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Republican Convantlyis. _
wrst District Repnbllcan Convention.
''i? ^JJcSi^i?a??,oljos mil
if" "'*? mute*!.! |tt-'ver*' counties
Tt ?1to select aceonllug
J*1.11,1,tr.1''Ki.vut. ? toaald Contention on
2^, irll^r,cMleS?te/or each one hundred
wtl" fl0"1' or 'nK"0?*1
[2Tt!nK"i ci|W' y iv"'[V*vi)KS. Chairman.
state convention.
, .nittin ol till) BUM l? <*??' to ncct ln
11 ' \vj:[isiM'AV, tlio 10lb <!?>' ol Mi*,
Mm"'1'"" 4 uicct four delegate
Hnfc?t 1"""'* ' . .. ...ti,,,?,t l(i>iiublk?u
(ad four alternates m mo ...r
fonvcsii!'"11" Ik? held In Chicago Juno ltf, 1888,
lui tin "t nominating candidates to be
inpi?oru 1 for President and Vice President of
Uh- Cmi- I .suua at Uie election In November
ocxu
All voter* without regard to past political
| tflltati""'. w ho are In faror of elevating and
dignifying American labor, protecting and exIcuditi*
home Industries, giving free popular
educate" i" the masses of the people, effectually
re?t?rin|{ all human right* In every section of
oarttjmrooti country, and who desire to promow
friendly feeling and permanent harmony
Uirou^bout the State by maluUlnlng a Bute and
jfotloual <??vi'roineut pledged to theso objccu
j,?l prindi'le*. ure cordially Invited to attend
tblir.iuven[Ion and participate In lbs deliberation!
1.,, i vniW '-Iorial Corn ml t teen of tho several
j>;,(ri, t? urv railed to COUV0U0 Conventions iu
their Dlitri' W. ?" select In each two delegates
<ud twDalt'Tiiuies to mid Chicago Convention.
We urge < otinty Committees tho propriety
?f otrlywii"" In the matter of holding county
neeting* << 'Il,c' p?rpm? of appointing delegates
to tin? sum snd I'f^trlct Conventions.
We r.' ominend that ouo delegate boappolnted
for every ow? hundred votes cast for Iilaluu and
I Log?a, or fractional j?art thereof equal to onelull,
?* a t*tt*is of representation to Mid ConVf|r
order of the Kepublican Htato Central Com<>
' w mwnits. Chairman.
BitliV.
i, n. atkinxin, .-HfrcUtry.
Trustee's Sale.
fjlKUSTKK'S .SALE.
jir virtue of n Deed of Trust inado by AlamoilU'U.
ii 1. ati'l Patrick Welch, her husband, to
bh-m ir i't'T. dated April "ju, Ihsx), roconJctl In
theoilii ' nt tin- clerk of the County Court of
oiii inty. West Virginia, In Deed of Truht
ji.-ik.Si-. . twge '?&, I will Mill at the north
/runt door of Court House of wild county, ou
SATURDAY, tho 19th DAY of MAY, 1888,
cAmmcnclugat 10 o'clock a. m., tho following
priij^rO'. ll,"t i!' l" Nl>': T,,u ?* 1?U
riuink-riti Sixteen and Seventeen In the square
uutiibercd J-'oiiroti tin-map of the addition to
Mid city "I Wheeling liild out by Jiaker uud Carmil.
hounded a* follow*: beginning at n point
on the winth Hue of linker street twenty feet
iuMof the east llneof the alley running through
said Mlimre between ilcC'olloch Htreet and Carroll
street, and iianillel with ?aid streets; thcnce
emit along the iftio of wild Jiaker Htreet twenty
feet; thence southerly sixty feet; thouco went
parallel with Jiaker street twenty feet; thence
north to tin* place of bcKlnnlng.
The title 1* bollovud to he pcrfwt. but selling
Mtrustee I will couvey only the title vested in
nit* by niM teed of trust.
Tkkiih of Sale.?one-third and as much more
ii* the pun luwr elects to pay In cash on the day
ol Mile, the balance hi two equal payuientn in
one ami two yean with interest, the purchaser
to Klve note* for the deferred payments, the
title to he retained tin til pay men t tHUiade in full,
W. J. W. COWDKN, Trustee.
\V. II. Ham,i:i{. Auctioneer. ap!7
rjUUSTEK'S SALE.
lly virtue of a deed of trust modo by Michael
MrAllisterutid Ijille McAllister, IiIm wife, to nio
ai trustee, dated February ?>, 1885, recorded
In the oillee of the Clerk of the County Courtof
Ohio county, Went Virginia, in Deed of Trust
ilook No. si. page 1 will sell at tho north
front door of the Court House of said County ou
SATURDAY, the PJth DAY of MAY, 1888,
commencing lit 10 o'clock n. m? mc iouomuik
ilcM-rilted |'n?|Kjrty: A certain piece or parcel
< { Kr.iuinl situate in tlio City of Wheeling,
County of Ohio, Stnt?; of Went Virginia, to-wit:
Tin- mnth one half of lot numbered nine, in
square iiiiiulHTfii two, in Churchill's addition
No. j to tlie City of Wheeling.
The title is believed to be perfect, but Belling
*1 tru-tce I will convey only the title vented In
loo b) said deed of trust.
turns ok .mix?one-third and on much more
iu> tin- purchaser dccts to pay in cash on the day
of sale, the Malice ill two equal installments at
one uiiii two year*. note* bearing interest from
theilny of Nile to be given for the deferred payments.
W. J. W. COWDEN,
W. II. 11 a i.f.kft, Auctioneer. Trustee.
Real Estate.
FOR SALE
Seven Roomed House, 27 South York street,
cluiqi.
(.oiHir. 1 loomed Brick House, corner Thirtyeighth
ainl Wood streets. Will |uiy as an investment.
splendid Farm near Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Ono
of the best farms in Jefferson count/.
Seven Itoouied House on North Front street;
lot tiOxIl).
.Six Kooomcd House on North York street.
Home of the most desirable building lota In
the old Fairgrounds.
llulldlng Lot on North Front street.
Seven Itooiued House on South ltroadwny;
iiaturnl |tas, and everything in good repair; lot
Four Roomed Cottage for f1,000.
C. O. SMITH,
*pu Real Estate Agent. 1220 Main St.
FOR RENT.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN.
No. la Virginia street, 5 rooms 112 00
New fi roomed home, Klin Grove- 10 50
No. aw Klghtoeuth street, '2 room* and attic 7 00
No. '.'II K'ehltrnth street, - rooms and attic " 00
No. SttiT Alley It, | rooms 0 00
No.Mnlu?t.. I riM?in?.,kltcheu andcellar U 00
No.: Main Mrcet, newly (tapered 0 00
No. l.ai Fourteenth street, room* H 00
No. ii Mnrylniid olivet, .ri riMimii ami attic... 10 00
FOR SALE.
Ni?. KSnnd 111) Klghtcenth street.
Hx Itoomed House in Kim Grow.
No. i!iu) Main ntrcet.
No. -io.' Main street.
No. i')OI Muln btrect.
No. Main street.
No. i">os Muln street.
No. 'JfilO Main street.
No. li> ami is Twenty-tilth iitrect.
No. itOl Alloy It. .
No. itUl Alley 11.
No. rflft Alloy II.
No. J.V17 Alloy ii.
No. i'-ir.t Alloy 11.
No. no and nj Twenty-sixth street.
No. M mid Ni Twenty-sixth street.
No. Mai nml JilU't W'ihmIs street.
No. a'kii Mttin street.
No. jii:* Main street.
'.'7, Acron of Ijitui on Kdglngton Lane; new
frniiur house of ii rooms; liiTt trim choice fruit;
other mull fruitj*. Price, $J,.VJ0.
Farm of IMJ4 neros,:t milt* from Lctart, Mason
rounty, W. V*.. ijuncres in grass, ft roomed 1<?U
Iiouh*. tiara Mid smoke house, koo<1 orchard:!
land U productive; laya well. Price fcVtOO. Will
exchange for city pro|terty. , ?
No. jki7 Market street, ;t roomed house, hall
lotof Kround. Price 1700.
I t Acre Farm IS in Ilea south of Moundsvllle,
175 aire* cleared.
JAMES A. HENRY,
Ileal Estate Agent, U. 8. Pension and Claim Afc
^^iijT^olUrto^in^otar^^bllc^^^W^
Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting.
Geo. Hibberd & Son,
Bucccuora to Thompson A Hibberd,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
SPECIALTIES,?NfttunU Ou BuPPUci, Slaun
netting ?i?l Ventilation.
1314 Market Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
?*"A1I worlc promptly douo at moit rcwonfchlt'
Kiiyv rny2S
"^yM. HARK & SON,
PRACTICAL
Clumbers, Oas and Steam Fitters,
No. 63 TWELFTH ST.
^Alljirnrit .lone promptly *t reaionable Vjk*?_
^ Steamship Tickets.
^tlanthTOCKAN
Passage Tickets.
Ooc*n Steamer Ticket* at price* U
? t *11, t?y American, English, Qermau, French
JielKUii ami >iethcrl?ml 8te*m?blp Llne?, to
*t tho Kurut>van American Hteanuhl]
Awncjrot U.K. DKHHKN8,
P-a 2217 Markot Street.
Medical.
A natural flow of Bile from the Liver
Is essential to good health.
When tbU U ob?trucU'?l it roulti In
BILIOUSNESS,
which. If ncglocted, won leudi to nerioui <11*eaacfl.
Simmon* Liver IteRUlator exerti a mort
felicitous Influence over every kind of billousnew.
It restore# the liver to proper working order.
regulate* the secretion of bile and put* the
dlgertlve organ* In such condition that tliey can
do their beat work. After taking thi* medicine
no one will *av. *'I ain hlliou*."
'I wa* airected for several venr* with billon*
ne*? Mild disordered liven which remitted in a
evert- attack of Jaundice. I had g<?od medical
attendance, and tried the favorite prescription
of one of the wont renowned physician* of
Louisville, Ky., but to no purpose, whereupon I
wa* induced to tfy Simmon* Liver Regulator. I
wu benefitted by it* um> and it ultimately reutored
me to the full enjoyment of health. ?A. ,
ILHiuklky. Richmond, Ky.
Our trade mark Z in red on front of wrapper!*
your protection. J. II. Zeims <b Co., 1'hila., I a.
myi-Mwmw
ELYS Catarrh
CREAM BALM>
Cleanses thel
Allays
Heals theSores.H^ /
Restores th
Senses of Taste
andSmo"- RcurJ
TRY the CUKE. ' ? ?im
A particlc is applied Into inch nostril and,is
agreeable. Price fiO cent* nt druggists: by mail,
registered, ft) cents. ELY BROTHERS, '2Xt
Greenwich street. New York. ju2-Mwmw
Logan & Co.
THE UNANIMOUS TESTIMONY
Of Hoards of Health and Expert*, In their late
Investigations on food adulterations, i? that the
Baicino I'owdkus niHde from amjm and mmr,
all leave h residue or sediment after baking
which is highly injurious. Nearly all the "gift"
Baking Powders contain alum or lime. Head
I for yourselves the atiuIyHis which have been
published;
We Want Yon to Remember
That Logan & Co.*s Excelsior Baking
Powder contains no ai.um ok mmk.ok otiieh
INJURIOUS stiliNTANCR. It requires no gift to
mako it sell, but it sells on its own merits, and
bocauso It always gives satisfaction. Ask for
LOGAN & CO.'S
Excelsior Bakin g Powder
T nn A I\T ?r m
L/WVJfllN OC WW.,
Wholesale Druggtata, Wheeling, W. Va.
"Best Pills I Ever LJsed."
This expression has becoino n common one
amoiiK those who have nnud LOGAN it CO.'8
Homestead Liver l'ills.
They are undeniably the lle?t Family Medicine /
in use. Jteware of imitations. Ask lor Logan 4
Co.'h Homestead 1*1 U.S.
LOGAN & CO., I
Druggist*, Wheeling, W. Va.
apl-4 i
White Oats. ,
EAT 1
Ml lAKPh
THADE MARK.
FOR BREAKFAST.
SOLD 11Y ALL mtOCKUS.
Quaker Mill Co., Ravenna, Ohio. (
inri-'-M.tTli
Groceries, &c. (
M. REILLY, |
WHOLESALE I
Grocer, Pork Packer :
AND CURKR OK THE !
Celebrated "Strawberry Ilnms," 1
Hos. 1309 AND 1311 MAIN STREET, J
Wheeling, W. Va. I
My own Cure of Cholco Smoked Mont* dolly* ,
creu daily from my 1'ork llotuc lit Manchester. 1
TIIK LAROEKT STOCK OK
General Groceries i
IN T1IE STATK1 1
Headquarters for
Taylor's Patent and Family Flonr, !
AGENT FOR (
(Dannemiller & Co/s Celebrated
Cordova Coffee. '
Rolo Afrnnt for Dupont'M S|?ortliij?, Mining and ,
Hltmtlm; 1'owth'r. mrJt
Jersey Baking Powder.;
?/ V/
I
Jersey linking Powder need* 110 comment; our |
advertising In done by the housekeeper tlmt
bake* with It. A line present with inch inn.
VUse our GOLD I>UST FLOUR. It In un*
czccllcd. 1
A new lot of MAPLE SYRUP juat In; the 1
last of the season. ,
Conner & Snedeker,
Cor. Market and Fourteenth Street*. 1
ap 1\
JUST RECEIVED.
English Chodder Cheese.
Pineapple Cheese.
lm(Mirted Swiss.
Fresh Saratoga Chip*, at
F. IIAXAUER'S.
mrJD-rrhAH law Market street.
Photography.
0ABINKT PHOTOGRAPHS
Only $3 00 Per Dozen
lUtiUlSS' GALLERY,
Ko. 42 Twelfth Street.
Louisiana State Lottery Go,
For tickets or further Information address tho
undersigned. If you havo uot been fortunate
, clsewhcro, try mo for a change.
JAMES H. WILSON,
Covington, Ky.
Mention this paper. n*w
: YOU CAN FIND pSSSL
r on file In Prrrsm'K'Ut nt th* A<l*ort1?l?R r-tircau of
' REMINGTON,BROS.
who Will eonUMt tor advertising at lowest rates.
flie Intelligence*.
Ottlco: Noh. 8ft anil *7 Fourteenth Street*
THE VARIETY 18 HARE.
A Modciit College Girl Xie?crlbe? In Yer*
What Kind of lloy Site Like* licit.
You will find enclosed my sentiment
with regard to what a college boy shouli
be. The variety, however, is rare. 1
have not seen one yet who answered t<
all the verses. I have seen somo of thes<
qualities in boys, but, ulas! very essen
tial ones have always been lacking.
THE COLLEOE (iIUL'8 CHOICE.
(United iu penomigc,
Conduct ami equipage;
Noble by heritage.
Generou* and freo;
Hrave, not romantic;
l.c-iiriinl, not pedantic;
Frolic, not frantic?
Thin mutt bo be.
Mcanneiu dltulainlng,
Htlll entertaining,
Kngnglnff aud new;
Neat, but not flulcal.
Bago, but not cynical,
Never tyrannical,
Hut ever true.
-1'olty, (jbcrlin, Ohio.
A FIRE-EATER'S MEND.
tome of the Hot Dbdte? Devoured by Hubert
Powell.
b'otct and Qucrkt.
The most famous of all fire-eaters was
Robert Powell, who was before tho publie
for nearly sixty years, and was seen
by many distinguished men, among
>thers by the Dukes of Cumberland and
Lilouceater and Sir liana Sloano. Mainly
through the instrumentality of this lastW...W..I
tlui l#nt>nl SnoiMv in 17/il Tiro.
rented Powell with a puree of gold and
i large silver medal.
Here is the programme:
First?He eats red-hot coals out of the
lire as natural as bread.
Second?He licks with bis naked
;ongue red-hot tobacco pipes, flaming
jvith brimstone.
Third?lie takes a largo bunch of deal
natches, lights them altogether and
lolds them in his mouth till the flame
s extinguished.
Fourth?He takes a red-hot heater out
>f the lire, licks it with his tongue sov,'nil
times aud carries it around the
ooin between his teeth.
Fifth?He tills his mouth with red-hot
:harcoal and broils aslico of beef or mufcon
on his tongue, and any person may
>low the fire at the same time with a
air of bellows.
Sixth?He takes a quantity of resin,
>itcli, beeswax, sealing wax, brimstone,
ilum and lead, melts them together over
i ehaling dish of coals and eats the same
nth a spoon, as if it were a porriuger
>f broth, to tlie great and agreeable surtrise
of the spectators.
Hnw4o Ho II colt by and Wealthy.
too York Mall.
Don't worry.
"Seek peace and pureno it."
Bo cheerful. "A light heart lives
Ollg."
"work like a man, but don't bo
forked to death.
Never despair. "Lost liopo is a fatal
lisease."
Spend less nervous energy each day
han you make.
l)on't hurry. "Too swift arrives as
ardy as too slow."
Sleep aud rest abundantly. Sleep is
Nature's benediction.
Avoid passion aud excitement. A
noment's anger may bo fatal.
AauruMnto u'ith honlthv n<?onlo. Health
a contagious as well as disease.
Don't overeat. Don't starve. "Let
. our moderation be known to all men."
Court the fresh air day and night.
if yon knew what was in the air.
Think only healthful thoughts. "As
i man thinketh in his heaft so is he."
CONDITION OF BUSINESS.
Downward Tendency or Prices for Iron not
Checked.
BradttrtcM Report.
The Eastern pig-iron markets have
ueen dull durfng the week, with no special
change in prices or demand, except
;hat the downward tendency to quotations
has not been checked. Southern
furnaces are doing well; many are over
jold two to four months, unil severnl additional
largo Western and a few small
Eastern orders were secured this week,
luistern Pennsylvania pig-iron quotations
are: For Southern No. 1, delivered,
$18 50, at Philadelphia; No. 2, $17;
jroy forge, $18; standard Pennsylvania
So." 2, foundry, at tidewater $18; No. 2,
?18. liar-iron is moro active and nails
move still more freely as building operitions
expand. Thero is some inquiry
for Hat, tank and structural iron, though
lie general iron trade does not admit
hat the improvement will bo permanent.
Tho impression is general, bo far as it
s worth noting, that thero will bo
greater activity in the iron trade in the
summer months, but tho only basis for
Iiis belle! ia Hint ueiuanu mm primucion
luivo been curtailed for months and
iriees have in moat branches of the iron
rado gone down to cost.
Copper has been ratlier more nctive
his week at the range of lli.40e to 10.00c
H?r pound for lake ignot in this market.
The reporting Uike Superior mines proluced
4,103 tons in April and 15,31)8 tons
n the lirst four months of the year. The
Boston and Montana Company's output
;ost 5.71>c per pound of refined copper at
lie works and about 2c more than that
aid down in New York. It is thought
lie cost will not exceed 7c after tnis
nontli. There is believed to bo still
wine fire in tlio Calumet & llecla mine.
Jopper shares at Boston are strong,
Calumet & llecla selling at $237 to$23'.),
Tamarack at $160 to $151, and Quincy
5101) to $170.
At St. Louis iron sales are in moderately
better volume, and there is less
lisposjtion to oiler concessions, and the
stocks on hand are not heavy, but prices
ire not quotably improved. Pig iron is
:hlcfly confined to a hand-to-mouth
movement, and opinions differ as to
whether bottom values havo been
reached. Some large requests at shaded
prices have been declined by holders.
THE WOOL TRAM.
Consumers of wool throughout the
country arc restricting their purchases
even moro closely than usual to their
current requirements. With tho new
clip coming in caution is natural. Most
i)f the mills are employed on orders for
which material is required, and to this
extent thero is a demand for the fibre.
Qnnnnlntivo nntivitv and nurchascs foi
future consumption aro entirely wanting.
Small lota of Texas and Californic
wool of the spring clin are beginning tfl
arrive on the seaboard. In tho forinei
Stato tho staple is accumulating, buyer*
ami sellers appearing far apart iu tlieii
views. The season in California is late,
and there has been no buying. The
general condition of the California pro
duct is not so good as last year. According
to the Boston Journal of Com
merce, the prices now obtained for flm
wools aro tlio lowest in tho history o:
tho country, unless they were lowei
previous to 1824, from which dat<
only quotations aro obtainable,
Medium wool, however, has no
Bhrunk bo much. As a rulo sinco 1S7(
this grado has sold for better prices thai
tine wool. Tho London sales closet
firm, with choice selections one-half t<
one penny higher than at tho opening
A good advance and active demand art
reported from tho Antwerp sales now ii
progress, and prices are firm. The Boa
ton market is quiet, with no busines
doing beyond enough to satisfy the im
mediate requirements of the manufac
turers. Somo considerable sales of tci
ritory stock by ono or two houses ore re
!>orted. There has been no ipecia
activity in any other description. Ther
is a fair request for Michigan wool at th
reduced valuo. Fine Ohio fleeces ar
dull. Combing and delaine stocks or
in comparatively small supply andaboi
steady. More foreign wool tfian usual
going into bond, the importers expectic
" to keep it there until it is settled whetl
= er the Mills tarilT bill is to pass or no
Pulled wools are easy. Only a modern!
amount of business is in progress i
9 carpet stock.* The comparative prict
are as follows:
3 May 11, May 13, ? May 1
1KM. 1887. 1888.
1 Ohio A Pa. X. aurflo 3la.tic
r Ohio ?k Pa. XX
L Ohio it Pa. XX and
) above JXUMo SU35o 3C
Michigan X JSafflo aoa3io 2CkaZ
) Kino Ohio delalno...JBa33e 3fia37c a?c
. No. 1 combing JMaXus 37a39o 35atf
Texan upriug, 12 moa.lMSc 'JOalBc 17a2.
Tho sales of the week at BoBtonar
reported at 1,080,500 pounds, as againa
1,905,200 pounds last week and 1,U50,00
pounds in the same week a year ago.
Tho wool trade at Philadelphia cod
tinues dull and unsatisfactory. Manu
facturers buy only for actual wants, am
apparently lack confidence in tho sta
bility of values. Uncertainty as to th<
outcome of the tariff discussion in Con
ureas unsettles the market and calcula
tions as to the course of prices on nev
wools. Dealers are consequently reluct
ant to operate in the country markets
The sales foot up a total of 483,001
pounds, against 385,000 pounds last weel
and 289,000 for the corresponding weel
last year.
HluopleMnena.
Narcotics and sedatives murder sleep
the unnatural stupor is soon followed b)
ill efforts. Simmons liver regulator re
moves the cause of restlessness and
sleeplessness by regulating the bowels
by establishing good digestion and In
quieting tho nerves.
"I have been a great sufferer from
dyspepsia and loss of sleep. As soon a*
I feel tho least nervous I take a doso o!
Simmons Liver Regulator, and sleep al
night." Mhs.K. Buy ant,
mvtfaw Griswoldsville, Pa.
A muzzled clog trotting down the
street attracted the attention of a Ave
year-old, who observed: "Mother, thai
dog's got his bustle on the wrong end.'
I have been a great sufferer from catarrh
lor over ten years; had it very had,
could hardly breathe. Somo nights I
could not sleen?had to walk.the floor.
I purchased Ely's Cream Balm and am
using it freely, it is working a cure
surely. I have advised several friends
to use it, and with happy results in
every case. It is the one medicine
above all others made to dure catarrh,
and is worth its weight in gold. I thank
God I have found a remedy I can use
with safety and that does all that is
claimed for it. It is curing my deafness.?B.
W. Sj>erry, Hartford, Conn.
_ mwkaw
Ilestaurant Guest?Whew! The cook
must have dropped her vinegarette in
the shortcake.
Waiter?I guess you've struck a strawberry,
sah.
A Bound Opinion.
K. Bainbridge Munday, Esq., County
Attorney, Clay county, Texas, says':
"Have used Electric Bitters with most
happy results. My brother also was
very low with malarial fever and jaundice,
but was cured by timely use of thin
medicine. Am satisfied Electric Bittere
saved his lifo."A
Mr. 1). 1. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave,
Ky., adds a like testimony, saying: "lk1
jmsitively believes he would "have died,
had it not been for Electric Bitters.
This great reniedv will ward off, an
well as cure all malarial diseases, ami
for all kidney, liver and stomach disorders
stands unenuolcd. Price 50 cent*
and $1 at Logan & Co.'s drug store. 0
It appears on further inquiry that Solomon
had only seventy wives, instead ol
1,000, as stated in King James' edition,
Solomon was a wiser man than wt
thought him.
Are you made miserable by Indiges
tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss o:
Appetite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh'g Vita
hzer 18 a positive cure.
Why will you cough when Shiloh'f
Cure will give immediate relief. . Prici
10 cts., 60 cts. an<l $1.
A Narai. Injcctor free with each )>ottl<
of Shiloh's Catarrh ttemedy. Price 5(
cents. Sold by W. K. Williams and C
Menkemiller. inky-bow
Judgo (to pickpocket taken in the act!
?Prisoner what is your occupation ?
"Your Honor, I make a scanty living
by the work of my hands."
A Warning.
The modes of death's approach ar(
various, and statistics show conclusive!)
uiai iiiuru pcinunn uiu uum uidvmovo v
tho Throat and Lungs thau any other
It is probable that everyone, without ex
ception. receives vast numbers of Tu
bercle Germs into the system and where
these germs fall upon suitable soil the)
start into life and develop, at first slowl)
and is shown by & slight tickling sensation
in the throat and if allowed to continue
their ravages they extend to the
lungs producing Consumption and tc
the head, causing Catarrh. Now all thii
is dangerous and if allowed to proceed
will in time cause death. At the ousel
you must act with promptness sallowing
a cold to go without attention is danger
ous and may lose you your life. As soon
as you feel" that something is wrong
with your Throat, Lungs or Nostrils, ob
tain a bottle of Boscheo's German
Syrup. It will give you immediate re
lief. daw
Tho Sultan of Morocco is trying to attract
a heavy emigration of American
married men. Ho has issued adecret
prohibiting millinery openings in his dominions.
Don't Experiment.
You cannot afford to waste timo in
experimenting when your lungs are in
(limiror nnnHtinintioii ftlwuvg Hoeillfl. ftl
first, only a cold. I)o not permit nil)
dealer to impose upon you with soim
cheap imitation of Dr. king's New Dis
covcry for consumption, coughs, ami
colds, but be sure you get the genuine
Because he can make more profit he uiaj
tell you ho luis something just us good
or just the same. Don t be deceived
but insist upon getting Dr. King's Nev
Discovery, which is guaranteed to giv<
relief in all throat, lung and chest offee
tioii8. Trial bottles free at Logan & Co.'i
drug store. Largo bottles $1. 0
1 Tho grayliound is a headlong 'animal
SiiiLon's Vitalizkii is what you nca
for Constipation, Ixjbs of Apnetite, Dizzi
ness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia
; Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Ckoup, Whooping Cough and Bron
' chitis immediately relieved by Shiloli'i
Curo.
i The Rev. George II. Thayer, of Bour
1 bon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wif<
' own our lives to Shiloh's Consumptioi
i Cure. Sold by W. E. Williams and C
' Menkemiller. daw-how
! "What's in a name? A good deal. J
Rochester man named Fullweigh
thought of going into the coal business
. but after looking over tho ground hi
> concluded he wouldn't.
r Advice to Mother*.
> Aro you disturbed at night and brokei
, of your rest by a sick child suffering am
t crying with pain of cutting teeth? I
\ nn. itnnd at once and (ret a bottle of Mr*
i Winslow's Sootihso Syrpp tor cnn
1 dren Tkethixo. It8 valuo ifl incalculn
> ble. It will relievo the poor littlo bui
. ferer immediately. Depend upon i
i mothers, there is no mistake about it. I
1 cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulate
. tho stomach and bowels, cures wim
s cholic, softens tho pirns, reduces tho in
. tluuiniution and gives tone and encrg
. to tho whole system. Mrs. Wiksloit
- Sootmno Syrup tor CuiLDiua Ticm
- ino is pleasant to the tatte, and is tli
1 prescription ol ono o[ tho oldest an
o best female nurses and physicians in th
o United .States, and is lor salo by all drat
o gists throughout the world. Price o
cent* a bottle. uirttw
it HflAKCK AMD TRADE.
The Features of the Money anil Stock Markets.
J^
New York, May 18.?Monejon call easy at 1
0 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 4^aGj$ per
n cent sterling exchange steady and Arm at H?W
.a at 8?%. Total sales were 67,615 shares.
Tho stock market to-day was very dull, and
while there was no movement In the list except .
in a few stocks, which was of any Importance,
prices named off slightly. The opening still
? * ho wed the infiucuce of tho upward spurt of yea*
terday, and under a general bullish feeling was
firm at advances over last evcuing's figures of
? from % toji per cent. Richmond & West Foiut
;c and hast Tennessee second preferred were strong,
* the latter decidedly so, and It moved up one and
c a half per cent.
Cotton oil certificates becamo a feature and
0 after a fractional loss moved up 1 per cent but
. dually ended where it began. The market closed
steady at irregular changes of small fractions for
0 the day. The final changes are insignificant, except
in Manhattan, which is up 1 per cent.
Railroad bonds were moderately aetlve. Sales
l- (691,000.
i- Government and Stato bonds were dull and
^ y' BOSIMMCLOBW) BID.
"" D. 8.4* reg VtB*/A D. 8.4*s reg ?106ft
o U. 8. 4s coupon Y?E%\ U. 8. 4>fc coupon... J07/t
BTOCK QUOTATIONS?-C LOS XD BID.
Aunnui r.iwrt'M hu norinern racinc-...
k* American Exprcss.109 do preferred- 52
Canada Southern... 4'JChicago & N. W......10?7{i
Central Pacific 31?i do preferred -142
Cbeaapeoko <&Ohlo- lji New York Ceutral...l0f?T4
) do first preferred.. 3% Ohio A SlbtsUslppL. 20Jfr
. do second* ...- 2% do preferred -80
1 C., C., C. di 1 48 Pacific Mall 34>f
; Denver & K. 0 - 18 Pittsburgh ...158
Erie &V, Reading - - COj:
do preferred - 5f?H St. D. L 8. F SB*
Fort Warne -_1M do preferred- 571*
Kanww St Texas-... 14 do Ant preferred. 112",.
: Ijiko Erie <b Went? 14M C. M. & Ht. Paul... - 72%
do preferred -44'. do preferred -11&S
Lake Shore 91', Texan A Pacific 20)?
Louisville & Niuh... Union Pacific
1 L.. N. A. <k C......... 3i United State* Ex... 72
Memphis <L Clias-... 65 W., St. L. d; 1' ... 135\
Michigan Central... 78% do preferred -27)l
Missouri Pacific 77 Wells-Fargo Ex i:tr>
Nash. ?Se Chat Western Union 7ti}?
, Now Jersey Central 82%
| Ilreadntuffb nml Provisions*
[ Nxw York, Mar 11?Flour receipts 19,343
I packages; exports 7,147 barrels and 7,439 sacks;
market stronger; sales 10,500 barrel*: itupcrfiuc .
82 50a3 25; common to good extra Ohio 82 30a
520. Wheat, receipts 18,ISO bushels; export*
none; sale* ll.2s0.0U0 bushels of future* aud
. in.000 bunhel* of *|K?t; market has been bullish
all throughout tho entire short session; specula'
tlon continues brisk; options strong; No. 2
t spring US^c; No. 2 red May 08>iu|l (JO. closing
' at 81U0; Juno 07KaO8j4c, closing at 98?: July
97){aWttC, closing at 9?Hc: August 07>{a98c,
cloning at97%c; September f7%a9Nc, closiug at
98c; October 98%a99%e; December 8100al 00 1-1G,
closing at 81 oojj. Corn, receipts e2,000 bushels:
exports39,744 bu*hcl*; Mies 1,744,000 bushels of
future* aud 40,000 bushels of spot; outlous firm
at best prioe*; ungraded 0t>Hail9c; No. 2 May
07Hu6U%c, closing at CPXc; Juno G0%aC7c, closing
ate<o; July G0%e: August OC^o; September
C6&c; Octolier ui>?e. Out*, receipts 31,000
bushels; exports CG4 bushels: saJos 90,000
ousncis 01 futures ana 82,000 bushels
uf iipot; market >ialc higher. clo?ing
firm; mixed western Ma41c; white do 44a
47c. Hay Heady, qulot. IIodu quiet. Coffee,
hjkjI fair: Itlo Arm at l.VJ^c; option* fairly
aotlvo at 2f*:tt polots higher; sales so,MO bags;
May 13.3Qal3.3fc; June l'J.Mhtl'J.UAc; July ll.'JOa
12.15c; August 11.25all.4.V:; .September 10.75a
11.00c; October, 10..v?o; November. i0.4Qal0.fi0<>;
December, January, February, and Maroh, 10.15a
10.60c. Sugardull; refined dull. Molasses dull;
fiO teat 90c. IUce steady, Tallow easier at 4}'jo.
Kosin dull. BTurpuutluu quiet at 37c4 Kggs
quiet; western WJ^allJ^c. l'ork and cut meats
Ann, Lard Arm; western Hteam sjtot 8.70c;
Juno &Me; July 8.68c; August 8.50c; .September
8.62e; October 8.C0e; city steam 8.10c. Butter
qulot, easy; western 18a20c. Cheese unchanged,
dull.
C'iiicao, May 12.?Tho Interest lu wheat this
moruing exceeded that ol any previous day.
Beusatlonul re|?orts were exchanged t>etwecn the
great trading centres, and the bull fever raged.
Prices here opcucd lcovcr last night, aud after
dropping baric a few points bounded up uearly
icon general buying, both by the country and
, the local crowd, lho busluesswa* enormous,
and individual influence could not be noticcd.
Coru was iictive aud Irregular. Oats quiet. Provisions
luoderutely Active. Flour tlrm with.''?IOc .
i advunce over market quotations generally ask- ed.
Wheat, cash No. 2 spring 8tikaNi^c: No. 2
red May 8GKaS7%c, clotting at 87e; Juue87a87%c,
closlugat 87)*c; July 88aiw%0, closing at 8t%c;
' December iKfjyiUl^c, closing at 91c. Corn, cash
No. 2, Mjie; May closing at MJ?c;
June closing at b7}ic: July
67^a58^c, closing at 67%c: August ?7%nf*?4C,
l closlugat 38c. Oats, cash No. 2. IVj; May IW/ia
3S>^c, closing at 35c; Juno 34aSI)4c, eloslug at
:M'/?c; July lEFJioiUja'o. cloning at liSIc; August
28Ua29%c, losing at -"J.V- ttyo, cash No. 2, Me.
i liarley, No. 2, 77a78c. No. 1 tlaxsccd $145.
Prime timothy feed 8280. 31cm i?ork, ?wh ;
SI 1 :<7%; Juno 814 .'u'^n 45, clo?ine at
814 :?5; July SU 40ul4 52yv dosing nt 8U 45:
. August 8H '<iyt?H dosing at 814 65. Lard,
r Crtsh ami May 8 .'t2>6c; June 8.32K.a8.:i7}<c, clou1
ingot 8.:i5c; Julyh.;t>a8.42!6c. dosingat8.37}^c;
. August 8.4Ua8.45e. e|o?lng 8.42%e. llaeon, iihorl
? rllm 7.fl.%t7.t>.V; shoulder* C.UUa4S.25c; short clear
8.10a8.15c. Whisky 81 18. Sugars, eutloaf7%a85ic;
granulated 7c; standard Aiij4>. Luttcr Una;
creamery 20a25c; dairy 16j<iiJc. Eggs easier
. atl2al3c.
f Philadelphia, Pa., May 12.? Flour, firm.
Wheat about la higher; ungraded 95c; No. 2
" red May and JuuoVTaUSc; July 'JOaific; August
t>luU5c. Corn, options strong and higher; spot
j lot* irregular; No. 2 low mixed 67c; No. 2 mixed
May Gf>ftG7c: June, July and August C6a(V>We.
5 Outs, spot lots a shade firmer; ungraded white
4iVCa; No. 3 whlte42*<c: No. 2 Whito 43c; No. 1
) wluic 43%c; futures higher and firm; No. 2
\ whito May 42j?a12";c; June 42%a43c: July43}{
' ul4c; August imk'PJUc. Lard firm; refined 8.5u*
. y.OOc; sleum M.50c; butchers' loose 8.00e. Kggs
steady but dull; western lints ]3>?a13%c.
Cincinnati, 0., May 12.?Flour strong and
I higher; family $ ! 85*1UO; fancy 813kt4 50. Wheat
' strong and higher; No. 2, Vl!'^c; receipts 1,800
bushels; shipment*500 bushels. Corn active ami
J higher; No. 2 mixed iKaGlc. Oat* higher; No. 2
mixed U7a:fi}$c. live more active and higher;
No. 2, 7Qa72o. Pork firmer at 814 <>2!Sal4 75. Lard
strong at 7.U5c. Bulk meats stronger; short ribs
7.75c. llaeon strong; short clear U.00al).12}<je.
? Whisky firm at 81 12. llutter, sugar anil cheeso
| firm. Kggs easier at 13c.
f Baltimore, Md., May 12. ? Wheat, weitern
1 higher; No. 2 winter red May 94c oikad; June
. IMaiM^c; July WJ/W'ic; August 94%ato>$c.
. Corn, western dull; mixed May fiO^c. Oats
steady; western white 42*43%c; mixed :w}^a41c.
' Kyc firm at 80nMc. Provisions steady and quiet.
> l'-ggs higher at 13j?al4c.
Toi.kim), May 12.?Wheat active and higher;
> cashlH^e; Juno, Julyand AugustWie; DitoiuborW-ic.
Corn, dull anil higher: casn and May ;
00c. Out* steady; May 35c: August 2%c. Clo* '
ver seed dull but Arm: caah W as.
Live Stock.
Chicago, May 12.?Cattle-Rccelpls 2,000 head; I
' market strong: beeves SI G5;stockorsand feeders
i S-'l yo. Hogs?Receipt* 12,000 head; shipments
i 5,000 head; market opened fie nlgher, closed
, with the advance lost: mixed $5 aoaii r>0; light
S5 50o5G0; plgsU (MaAlS. Sheep-Receipts 4,500
head: market strong for good: common native*
, woolcd $4 fiOuC 50; slioru ?t 75a5 1KI; wooled
, TexatiH It 50al? 40. i
' Kakt Lmkkty, Pa., May 12.?Cattle? Receipts
and shipments 10 head; nothing doing, all
l through consignments. Hogs?Receipt# 2,700
. head; shipinenta 2,goo head: market steady;
Philadelphia* foU5al?05; mixed $585a5 *J0; Yorkers
$.*> G5a5 75; common to fair S5 50o5 go; pigs
15 00h5 25. Sheep?Receipt* 3,400 head; snip*
. uieut* 3,400 head; market fair on good; very
dull aud lower on common and medium.
Cincinnati. O., May 12.?nogs steady; com
' mon and light 14 25anC5; packing and butchers
S5 50a5 85; receipts 1,200 head; shipments 270
head. _________
Petroleum,
Nkw York, May 12.?l'otroleum opened firm
I at 86%c, and after thctlrat few minutes became
. strong and advanced to STMc. A sharp decline
1 then occurred on which the prlco fell back to
t 86&C, but rallied again and closed steady at
. fcGJie; consolidated exchange opening at H?/ic;
. highest 87Wc; lowest KG%e; closed at Najc.
Stock exchange opened at HCJ^c; highest Mjfio;
lowest MMe; closed at ; sales 724,000 barrels.
[ Oil City, Pa.,May 12.?Opened at 8G^c; highest
87>ic: loweai so?'/:; oioieu ni str;*c; nines
; -LM.ouO barrels; clearances 1,256,ouo barrels; chartew
'?2,Til barrels.
? IJuadfori), Pa., May 12.-Oponcd at 8<%c:
, cloned at80J$c: highest 87^c; lowest 8C>ic; clear
anccs 722,uw barrels.
j PrrraBuaoH, Pi., May 12.?Petroloum fairly
active. opened at8G?ic; cloned atMJic; highest
87)?c; lowest M>*c.
J Titusvii.le, Pa., May 12.?Opened at bKic;
highest 87,Sc; lowest f*3ic;closcd at 80J$c.
Weokly llnnk Statement.
Nkw York, May 12.?The" weekly bank state
ment shows the following changes:
Ketarve. Increase ft,(till,600
' Loans, decrease l.H.'l.fioO
. 8pecio, increase 8,4*I,K00
Legal tenders, increase 1,701,600
Deposits, increase ..... 4,631,800
* Circulation, decrease 3,900
S The banks now hold 122,276,075 in exceM of tlis
25 per cent rule.
j If you would enjoy your dinner ami
l are prevented by Dyspepsia, use Acker's
. Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a positive
cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
and Constipation. We guarantee
L them. 25 and 60 cents. Logan & Co.,
t C. It. Goetze, C. Menkeiniller, R. B.
? Burt and Bowie Bros. 7
3 ? m
nnt.im.11v
A II1IIIU IIUUIU iu.vu.un; ....V
bad pupils.
BackUn'f Amir* Salve.
I Tho Bhit Salvi in tho world for cuts,
i. braises, sores, ulcers, ult rheum, fever
r florcs, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
i- corns, and all skin eruptions, and nosi[
lively cures piles, or no pay required. It
t is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
t or money refunded. Price, 25 conta per
h box. For sale at Login A Co.'s drag
J atore.
y Don't trlflo with any throat or lung
s disease. If you have a cough or cold, or
[ it the children are threatened with
e croup or whooping cough, use Acker's
d English Remedy and prevent further
e trouble. It is a positive cure, and we
[- guarantee it. Price 10 and GOc. Logan
5 A Co., 0. K. Goetxo, 0. Menkemiller, K.
B. Burt and Bowie Bros. 6
C. Mendel & Co.?Furniture, Carpets, Etc.
We Want the World to Know It.
wo aro iioro wiin a seiect bhic& buu u* viuD4 ?^> wu Vi?* bw
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICE
That can bo made, having regard to tho relative quality of tho goods.
WE WANT THE EARTH
To know that our Great Spring Stock is In store
AND OPEN TO BUYERS.
Wo do not attempt an enumeration of our goods, but content ourselves with the
statement that we have tho
Largest Stock, Lowest Prices and Latest Styles
TO BE FOUND IS WHEELDfU.
[email protected]*Give ub tho opportunity to inako our VAUNTING GOOD by overlooking
our VAUNTED GOODS at
G. MENDEL & CO.'S
Carpets, Furniture and Undertaking.
NO. 1124 MAIN STREET, - - WHEELING, W. VA.
(STAItTEItlAL EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.-?*
apat
fomSN^^ ^7wbSsti|
W W
Jk Mustang Liniment yx
t&fo \ llfcXh.'AN MUSTANwI.ISISIENT Istlonthto PILES, /V jSSS ^
W ty&j* ^Old boiuu, cajuu JJbkasis uud oil
CHICHESTER'SENGLISHADIAMOND BRAND
HF MM YPflYAT
I Eaf&UsMVl a EhMflHUXMrgaASK DRUGGIST TOR miCHESTER S ENGLISH
JLWSAFEALWAYS RELIABLE.TO L ADIESHM/DIAM0 N D BRAND.TAKENO OTHER
?T?HNDISPEM5ABLE.S0LI) BY ALL DRUBSISTS^HWOR INCLOSE 4* (STAMPS)
ASKFOR DIAMOND BRAND^HICHESTtfTStNCUSH^BVoR FARTICbUARaPn^i D I K~
HANDTAhENaOTHrHSrCSICNATimcONEVrRYeOX.WlN LtTTCfl BY nCTUFN MAIL BJfg
BcHiCHEJTWCH[uicALca.siurwr.NA??mswHiA.PAT?nsicNATy8?0N c*onr box W| I |
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Boots and Shoes. Educational.
JIT. De CHANTAL.
Near Wheeling, W. Va.
(Sisters of tho VlalUUon.)
A school of mora than national reputation}
offers exceptional advantages for thorough education
of young ladles In all departments. Library
of six thousand tolu en. Fine philosophical,
chemlcaland astronomicalapjuratus.
Musical Department specially noted. Corps of
piano teachers trained by a leading professor
Iroia Conservatory of Stuttgart. Vocal culture
according to tho method of the old Italiafi masters.
Location unsurpassed for beauty and health.
Ten acres of pleasure grounds Hoard excellent.
For Catalogues, and references to patruus In all
tho principal cities, address
sel T1IE D1RKCTRE88.
W Washington School of Elocution
AND ORATORY.
W. L. DOUGLAS Mm. SI. STEVENS HART Principal.
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. "M M 6t" WMniKOTIM, I>. C.
The only fine calf |3 Seamless Shoe in the world Sixth Annual Session begins Wednesday. Sepmade
without tacks or uaiis. Ah stylish nnd dur* tembcr iW.
ible as those costing fS or 18, and having no tacks Course of instruction embracos Elocution,
r?r nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet, Practical English and English Classics, Latin,
mskes them as comfortable and wcll-lltting as a Mathematics. Modern Languages, Vocal and Inhand-sewed
shoe. Buy the best. None genuine strumeutal Music and Physical Culture.
unless stamped on bottom "\V. L. Douglas *1 The l'rinci|ial is assisted by an efficient corps
Shoe, warranted." of teachers in each detriment.
W. L. DOUGLAS >1 SHOE, tho original and Q?d.?J Classes for boys ami girl* dally
only hand, sewed welt U shoe, which equals cus- A"u,t and private instruction given in
loin-made stows costing from |<? to fy. the evening.
w. I.. I10UCI.A8 *!H> SHOE I. uneicolltd lor piujJSSKun th efiSjiJ.1"" P0'
nea\ y wear. . For circulars and references apply to IntiujW.
L. DOUGLA8 $2 SHOE Is worn by all Boys, ur.NCKii office. auai
?nd is the best school shoe in the world. ~c\L s* i
All the above goods are made In Congress, lint- StcHTim?!"! flfif OUTGCl.
ton and Lace, and If not sold by your dealer, __S ^ ^
write w. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. System based upon nature's laws. No Skcrrcy
Boij> ONJ.T at ?.-so TKicKH. Bystern explained to Uio#o interSTONE'S
CASH SHOE STORE, "Su???w. from phyMolan*, educator* and
1010 MAIN STREET, patron*, who bnvo received benefit from tho
wiivnivn \v Vi mciliod of Instruction. Addrem
w hkei.inq, >>. > a. m,w. M. HTEVENB HART, Principal,
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK.
Student*, bonrded In family of Principal.
Juitt Arrived, ouo of tho moat complete AMort- 1 ' ..... =s
montof Business Cards.
fine shoes ~
which (otMjfio.qmaitr ?nd priccn Contractor and Huililor.
IS NOT EXCELLED IS THIS CITY. ??
? . ,, , All Carpenter Work promptly attendod toon
CaII And exAmlnc and bo convlncod at 1123, reasonable to ruin.
Roger'* block, Main Street AH *ork itemmally Attended to.
AH WTNPHFR S'jop, Alley 13, rear of Capitol. Roaldenco, 42
mrw * WHNOnHn. Fifteenth *treet; Shop In rekr. Ja2_
Redman & co..
.
General Machinists,
^And Manufacturer* of Marlnetand Stationary
Englneii,
Con. Ciuruxi & Eighteenth St*.,
WHEEMXO. W. VA.
One Dollar
l'AVS FOR THE
Medical.
EITCN!IBSLL?H WEEKLY
NERVE RESTORER
kr oB >**W * Sll'l I>MKM>t
TlffT17ITir<17Wr]7D
?HSSSS IJilljLLluljJlliCiii
* ? UMUm. Br. wark oru/irA Ti.vii rkA in
TO WEAK MEN For One Year.
EuSrtng from th? effect* of youthfnTTrrorJjIIrlj'
<100*7, WUUDR WMkXDCM, UMl m?uuoou, ?(C. I WiU
and ft Yilubl* tmtlM (ae?led) oonUtnlnf fall
putkaUni for bom* can. FREE oharfo. A
pltodld medical work j abonld bo md bj orory
sun who U narrow and dabilltatad. AMnm, , ,
Prof. Ft C. roWLEB, Xaodui, Conn. ISrTho Kcprmcntatire Went \ IrglnU
"1 ' ' 1 =i Newnpapor.
Druggists.
p A RIS WEncloN l'oatal Now or Money order to
GREEN!
StrlcUy Pure. The only rare dcfltroycrof I'outo FREW, CAMPBELL & HART, PUbllShClTS,
Bnji. 8oldl)y B. H. LIST.
mylJ 1010 M?Jo Street. WHEELING. W. VA.
White Soap.
KIRK'S
FLOATING SOAP
THE CHIEF
Fop th* Bath, Tollot ?nd Laundry.
Snow Whlto and Abaolutoly Pm**
If roar dtalar do* not keepWhIU Clood Bo*o
Mod 10 oenta (or sample cake to the mUti
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
CHICACO.
i i i i -n
Railroads.
altimokk^HOTUEKOAUDeparture
of traluafroin Wheeliug. Schedule
lu effect April '."J. UUiH-Kaatcrn tlinc:
Express lor Chicago and the Northwest, 10:28 a
m, 3:40pm, 9:60 p m dally, and 11:15 p m dally.
except Saturday.
Express for Cincinnati and 8t. Louis, 10:25 a m
daily, 11:15 pu dally.
Cambridge accommodation, 9:00 a in, oxcept
Sunday.
For Columbus, 10:25 a m dally, and 11:15 p ra,
dally, and 2:45 p m dally except Sunday.
Express for Washington, D. C., llaltlmoro.
Philadelphia and New York, via Grafton, 6:25 a
m and 5:10 p m, dally, via Pittsburgh 0:20 p. m
dally.
For Pittsburgh and Washington, Pa., 5:00 a tn
dally; express,8:10am, daily, 1:45 p m, dally
exccpt Sunday. Additional way train for Washington.
ra.. 5:30 p m, dally oxcept Sunday.
For Pittsburgh, Washington, Baltimore and
Philadelphia at 6:20 p in daily.
rittaburKh accommodation, Sunday only, 5:00
p m.
For UoundiriUo, 7:35 am, and 12:00 noon,
daily except Sunday.
For Grafton. 5:10 n m, daily.
For Cumberland, 1:05 am, daily, except Sun*
day.
For St. Clairavllle, 8:05 and 9:00 a m, 2 p m and
6:10 pm, daily except Sunday.
Kxproaa tralna arrive from Chicago, 6:25 and
9:60am and6:10pmdally,and 4:55 a m dally
except Monday.
Kxpreaa tralna arrive from SL Louis and Cln?
clnnatl, 4:55 a m and 6:10 p m, daily.
Exprena tralna arrive from Philadelphia, Ilnlii*
more and Washington, D. C.. via (imftoti, 11:20
a in nut! 10:45 pin dally; via. Pittsburgh, 1?:15
a. m. dally.
TrnluH arrlvo from Columbus, 4:55 am dally,
and6:10pmdaily, and 10:35 am daily except
Sunday.
Train* arrlvo from Pittsburgh, 10:15 a m daily,
and 12:45p m, except Hunday, 6:65 p m ami ll:It'
p ra dally.
Train* arrive from Washington, Pa., 8:00 a m.
dally cxccpt Sunday.
Train* arrive from Moundsvllle, 0:15 am and
1:40 pin,dally exceptflunday.
Train* arrive from Grafton. 11:20 a m. dally.
Train* arrive from Cumberland, 6:50 p m, daily
except Sunday.
Train* arrive from 8t. Clalwvillo, 7:65and 10:35
am,and 1:85and 6:10 p in, dally except Sunday
Cambridge accommodation arrive* ut7:10 p in
oxcept Sunday.
Haggago culled for and chockcd at hotel* and
reflidcnce* on order* left at tlekct ofllce, 1200 Market
street, and at depot.
CIIA8.0. SCULL. Gen. Pass Agent.
W. M. CI.KMKNTS. Manager.
Ohio river railroad.?time
Table taking effect April 8, lK.su. Passenger
train* will run a* follows?Central time. All
train* daily except thoso marked tliu* f which
ilo not rnn on lunday.
soi'Tlt uotTNii. [fNo.7 No. 5. fNo.3 No. 1.
a. m. p. m. a. m. a. m.
Leave?'Wheeling .... 8:30 11:15 6:85
Kenwood, opp. Hellulrc 3:45 11:80 6:b0
Moundsvllle 4:0,r? 11:42 7:lu
Now Martinsville .... 5:12 *12:45 8:15
Wllllamstown 7:00 2:1* 10:10
Parkersburg 6:15 7:30 2:4.'. 10:45
p. m.
Ravcnnwood 6:45 4:15 12:15
Mason City *:oo 6:35 1:35
Clifton H:05 5:40 1:40
Arrive? l't. Pleasant..... 8:40 6:16 2:16
(ialllpollH Ferry 9:(K> 6:35 2:32
Guyandotte 10:33 7:50 4:00
Huntington 10:45 8:05 4:15
p. in.
Charleston 3:20 10:03 G:10
a. m.
Ironton 6:06
Portsmouth!.*-.. 7:10
White Sulphur .. 6:00 a. m.
Staunton 9:22 5:38
noktii Uou.ni>. No. 0. No. 4. fNo.2
a. m. a. m. a. m. p.m.
Leavo? Huntington 9:50 5:25 3:15
Guyandotte 10:00 6:3" 8-28
Golllpolis Ferry 11:26 7:00 4:50
Point Pleasant 11:45 7:20 5:07
p. m.
Clifton 12:20 7:55 6:35
Mason City 12:2.1 R:0t? 6:10
Kaveuswoo<l 1:45 9:15 7:00
mkenliuiK 0:00 3:1.'. 10: r. 8::w
Williiunhtowii.. 0:!I0 3:1ft 11:1ft
New MartlnavlUc 8:1ft r.::r? lilM.',
Moiindnvllle*. 9:2ft 0:40 1:4ft
lit1 n wood 9:4ft 7:00 2:0ft
Arrive?Wheeling 10:00 7:1ft 2:i?
Leave Wheeling via. n. in.
P. C. A Ht. I 12:3ft 8:20
Arrive?Cleveland.- f>::w 0:00
Pittsburgh .... 8:'JU 5:ftft
a. ui. n. in. a. in.
Philadelphia 6:2ft 6:2ft
New York 8:00 8:00 ....
Chicago 11:30 6:3*
Through tickets and baggage checked to all
point*. For ratci and other information addrcwi
FRED. HU8KMAN,
Trnv. Vium. Agent, Wheeling.
W. J. R011IN80N, Gern Hum. Agent.
Parkentburg, W. Va
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST.
LOUIS RAILWAY CO.-Pun handle Route
Under Hchcdtilu In effect November 14, 1887,
tralnw leave Wheeling Central standard time:
PorHtcubcuvllle and PittAlmrgh, 6:36 a in, 12:26
u:ar> h ni uiid S:OT> p 111 trniHM make ?llre? t wmnwv
tion fur ColiiinbUK, Cincinnati, Itidlntianollff nt??l
Chicago. The 12::tT* p m tntiti make* direct con*
neetlon for Columbia and Chicago.
Tralnn arrive at Wheeling, 0:15 u in, 10:1?"? a in,
2:46 p m uml 6:()0 p in. my.'!
CLEVELAND ik PI'ITS HU HO II
KAII.KOAD.? Under wliedtilo In cfleot
January iiJ, 1M8, train* leave Iirldiieport, Ccnlrnl
Standard time: For PltUhiirKli ana Cleveland,
5:10itin, 1:02 pm. For PitUibtirgh, 10:17 urn.
ForNVclUvllle, 4:14j>m. For fcteuhcnvUlo, 8::<#
ft in. For Mnrtlti'H Ferry, 6:45 a m.
Train* arrive nt Bridgeport nt 7:5.1 a m, 10:32 a
in. 2:43 p in, 5:2:1 p in, 4:M p m, ami 7:47 p m.
Financial.
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