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V? <?l'l Keiitlemmi. <iry k<hxIi clerk, gitrrin
baad?, carriage drlrentudoofliiter. T
. S; \ . ?.M KAL EMPLOYMENT AOKXl
Whirling. MU1C
I TTfi WISH TO KM PLOY A FT
) } *Alrnn?T) "ii wiJury to nell our good*
H >iho whole?alo itnd r.?i?iJ trade* of!
llngcitiMiaud toirtll, UVnre the I?rg?
<>< our Uao lo the oOiiotrr. 8ei
:h -i.iu.i* for full jmrrleulnrx. J
il XTMXNIAL Mr (I CO., C|
nul.t-MW.u
Announcomonts.
7>\V(ilWKMKN'f.
f0i (jjUb County:
luw h candidate tor the ofllce of I'roK-outli
Attd.'iK (r,?j<ectfully K/lIelt your votes
beld >ovemDcr?bisQB.
Truly youra,
It l JOK P. KUIOS.
General Notices.
M"N!:v
TO LOAN
On l lr*i Mortal1 Security on Ohio Beal Estkt
) can
It. T. JIOYVKLL,
inmiraiicc ?n<! Ileal Jislatc Agent.
i:ri<iuvi?>rt. oiilo.
For Rent.
fruit K1 N i i FUKNI8HED Book
X \j, ..i .South it roadway, inland.
______
pjit in:sr.
\ : vi: : Miudflting of m; verity Jive ami
rlrarwl Inil'l. MX inJlt'H mini uiu cii} u
; ? an th- (iin? tlioroaro tw
Iir.,?! ' 'U| u I lil.'nUol frilit, good water U!)|
2>ni'lil?K Hottstt. Wiicat van b
mi i <?r further j'ariinularif call o;
y. - 1 < H! M t N. oil tin,* prvmlug.
l^*OK
. il l
M 10 IS MAIN hj KKKT.
I Kniiy'* Block.
II FOHHE8,
III1-' oln t't.
V'uU UK.V'i.
Tli New IJuMiicwi Houm; JtiJit com|/lcted at
No. 1007 Main Street.
ilm - room ii 100 foot, fitted ui
; iJituVl'UU'Ut.S. Al'I)ly to
JAMh> L IIAWLKY,
.No. I tJ) Mnl? Mnvl.
For Salo.
riiil! sai.k A .NICK FARM OF !i(
l1 , in iluiM'r. Farm well watered
i.i <t l hoiiM', ?trtl)!cainl <?ttit*r outluiilU
I road, Ifiir luilcs /rein
* I'rlee ti,lliD, oihi-ImU cub, imt
ami livo yearn. J. II. URISTOR,
.. nil Murtiii^liiirtf. W. Va. anlti
i^ui: saj.K.
Milk I wiry on National toad, one mile ivnl
Hi i / |n it fclithteeu ??>%%>. one bonoanti
mi>k wn^.iii. runs an<i all articles neceMary to
Ii HrMelii - dairy. (!oud pMylug trade. II
tint *"M I'! Aiikii.v :>l. will lie ollcred at mibllc
- nii'iniM'*. For tcrniH and luirticuliirh
; oil or a<!?lr? > SAMOKI. HTILLWKLL.
?u 11 Hrldxefrort. Ohio.
M.\ KSII A I -1. COUNTY FAKMtS
Hilt SAI.K.
HiaU'v toni'towl Iwriu ol 110 cure*, 7 miles
...urii ??f Mniiudnvllli'.wiivtMileiit to church and
iwl?. m iiimi I wo niilcn ??f mill iiii*1 More.
Kuri l oi nitoiit n" acre*, two miles from river
Un 1 milMiul; |>u:t bottom.
W. V. HOGK A JIKO.,
Jt. si iwu Market street
yTOCKS KOIt SALE.
. "lum-ni'tliwu* Street Itiillwujr.
in Sliiuw l lrcHii'S Murine liiMiniuceCo.
.u hluiri'h iYnUxly liiHUnitico Co.
:? .-Ijiirt.- ltim 1 roil utid .Steel Co.
l Minn* l.l.-ou Ul?<w t'o.
i 'luri*Ohio Vnllcy I'ltnS..
n Mm11 > l.iniKlilln Sail Mill.
I. I It WIN, AKcnt,
riiK No. '.'i Twelfth Street.
FOR SALE.
li'iiMliij: l.oi* in old Fair Urouudf, Znnc>
orrh..r!, No:i'i uiid South Front htreetx mid
i nn si- i. ni very low figure*.
A l o ir Itoowed CotUKV lorfW*'.
i I II V.. >-. W..ntlt V..rL
ttwvt. tmlU'CiHiui, Ae.
mx l;.H.iiu'<l Itriek Hoimc, Koutliweft cornet
Thirty liirliih will Wood ttlnoi; will jwy iw mi
investment.
Klv< Ho??ui? mouse. N". 21 Nortli 1) road wo J
trie' nil in !ir>t elius coudltion; will Mitke a
v?*f> I'Khmiii! home.
. . . .. uiu I UquKi No *68 North Front
met. river lot. nil liiuli ground.
fix? kooiiif! IIoiim' lit 710 Market Mroet; a
pHxl |iro|H>rt> eheftp.
li.i-. i:."'iiitil <'<>ttag0,lot 83xl?0,KOi
i.J South liuroii street, ?7.'iO.
|i?< Home* iiltrny* on hnud for rent.
Jyai G, Q. SMITH, i-^ju MkIii St.
for sale.
(J! i Twenty-four Lot# in I'uidweU's Add**
ttou to the City ot Wheeling.
; Ut* are bounded on Uie north by Twenty
ninth tJriet, on theenst by Fllltnoro street, ol
the lUntll&n Homestead, uo ob
tntu. .t I,y the l?. ?t (I. R. It.
Their |in>xlniity to the nbovo named railroad
r> .i'li r? them exeellenl nlte* (or mnmitJietiiriuv
e?UblUbmetit*.
!l not nil.1 lii thirty days will bo Mild At public
lui'tiou.
F ir tor jm and lurthor Information apnta to
W. V. HOOK A HKO.,
l.?uu Market .Street,
i?r Wiu.ux M. Hasui.a v,
*MlS 8 W i ?-r. i'lini'1'ni'Ahlxtocnth Ht.
Aiiieiiilmeiit to tli<> Constitution.
JOINT ItK.-Ol.l'TION NO. It'. I'ltOFOSiNG A.N
\MKNUMKNT TO TI1K CONSTITUTION OF
i.: -i\n. liemntriiMi Tiik manf
i v II 111. AMI SALB OF intoxicating
uyroib.
Ri-i 'ilby ihf IsijidiUurr <>J II'rut Virginia, hro'
" ill thi mmbrr$ eleded to rack houtc agree
i I hut th?' following be, and the aatnc In pro
m amendment I0U10 Constitution oi
IbUMate, to-ttlt:
. ll .it .i. tl.,1. f.irlt .1, ?.il.,1? 1-1 ...I.I
Mwnin. i* njiulo pur>unut to the requirement
ol wtton r. ..j chapter t:? Act*
E. W. WIUSON.
By tin- Governor:
hknry h. walkku.
Secretary of State.
Amendment to the Constitution
JOIST HKSD1.13TJOS NO. '21 PROTOBINQ A
VMKM.MKST 10 THE CONSTITUTION 0
Tills* STATU,
f.y (!? Js.jitlnturc of ll'rtl Vfrofnfa, Mr
'11 r ' * "J *iU / V mrmlxrt rlecltil fi? ?wh noiitt mjrt
J That the following amendment to Artie
* I- < ! the ( oiutltutlou ol thU State, l>c. ami tl
Be 1* hereby profiled, to-wlt:
- Thnt tectum twenty-two of Artlele VI. a*
iu?w iv Rirlnkcn out, and the following I
H'ftwl in Hen thereof:
N" w?Mon *?f the LCgilUture shall co
Utiuc longer than *lxtv day*, without the co
curmieeof two-third* of the member* elect"
tnctch Houw.
AgreiM to February HI, IS87.
rnbllcmtlon of the foregoing proposed Amen
went to the Coimtltutinn <?f w*
t m,ndr VurvuM?t io the TtqulTwnti
c,,?116 of chapter W) Act* l??7.
llv tin. n?> K. W.WILSON.
?) me Governor:
hwkv 8. Walkkk.
frvrftery of State. jy2?->
?7V7 JUClCiQUS AHU PCRSttrtl
k-'Sfc Advcniiintf hu uinnya previ
IjEPvfr*^ nuoocMfuL Ik'foro placlntrm
jMfc Nowfpaper Advcrttstujc ootut
?Skt?> LORD * THOMAS
IHgBKKv Auramsuo itim,
a k* II limi, CHlCJkO
Medical.
>K MHBwaaaMi
er,
y,
jv REWARD. i
bv
m One Thousand ($1,000) Dollars
ml
^ We, tbo undersigned oflfor one thousand dollars,
eash, if ?e cannot send yon the picture of
the next President of the Unite*! .Stated, if you
^ desire to enter this content buy a box of the
geuufne J)*. C. McLANE'K CKLEBRATEI)
LIVKii 1'ILLd from your rirupri't (price 2Sc.)
|lk ami mail ua tho outside wrapper #tid -1 c ent* in
,u stamps with your address plainly written, we
will then mall you the picture aud an clcgaut
package of cards. Add resit
" FLEMING BROS.,
au!3 Pittsburgh, Pa.
UUTltil.
i';. The Manufacture, wilo end keeping foi
*'a\ ?f nil intoxicating lhjuorn, OrliiKH, mix
iurv.? mi.i |iie|>Hrii(ioiiH, except as hcrclnaftci
l>r?vidcl. lire forever prohibited within lliir
state: mid the i.egiidaturc shall without ilclaj
provide, by npnroprliitu legislation, lor the atrlfli
enforcement i'i tlii.H provision. Hut the l.enishi
cwii-.i) provide by law tor the nmntilaeture
, . - Rale, of alcohol. und ptepa
ration* ilicrt-of. tor scientific, mechanical nut
iwli. innl pnrpoM -.amiof wine for sacrament*
iilull r sufllcicnt penalties aiul securl
tie* !". !:-uii- tin- in.- execution of such lawsai
in ted under till* section.
Ai;rif| to K-i-rnnry 17, IW".
I'tiMii itjotiof tilt'foii'K'oitie proposed Amend
t" it'*' ^institution of the Suite of We#
\ irvtutti |? uinde pursuant to the requirement
1 !i..ptrl . i'f Arts 1SS7.
K. W. WILSON.
Ity the Governor:
llKSKY S. WaI.KKK.
Secretary of State.
Aiuciiiliiiciit tn the ('(institution
Joint kksolition no. id proposing \i
amkxpmknt to tiik constitution 01
MIS 8TATK.
i::hf l/(jitlnlurc of HYrf I'iiylnla, tin
' lift'"j till thr nirmbm ilrctnl bunch hoUM ugm
i Hut th.- following amendment toArtlol
U. nl the < uustitittloti of the state lie, and !'
V ! ? > pri'l I. to-wlt:
~ riuitH-etlou thirteen, ot Article 111- n* 1
now i? u> stricken out, and the following it:
Hflid In lieu thereof;
in Miits at common law, where th
?u "Mmversy exceeds twenty dollar*. eJ
ciiHvi'of interest and costs, the right of trin
i??ry, if required by either party, shall b
I'feservi'd, ivtnl lu Mieh suit heloru a Justice,
jury m?v consist of six persoU*.
AKreed to February *J1, lsj>7.
lVMh nl the foregolUK proposed Anient
metu to the Constitution ..( \v.?
ELYS Catarrh
_ (;KKAMBAlJl||L|IPJ>Lt u M|
Cleanses the!
~ NnsalPassages.H^V^/p^S^ '*J
' A,lay. Pain .ndKR^gjg
Inflammation,!^ :
Heals theSores.B* / |
ii Restores thelBptejr^ ?<?f\r^rH ;
I Senses of Ta8toSy|H|^W^^^^ ]
a and Smoll. ?* ulitJ ,
THY tllfi (PRE. HAY-FEVER I
A pnrtlclo l.i api'll"! Into ouch nostril and In !
aitrraihlo. I'rlce fiOmitN at ilninrlula; by mall, J
mjlMcrvd, O) cent*. KI.Y BKOTHKICS, .V> War- i
ri-n tfOCt. Ni'W York. litJ-Mumw (
W. L. Douglas' Shoes. !
CAUTION! ;
lleware of Fraud, as my name mid the price
an* stamped on the bottom of ull my advertised
shoes before leaving the factory, which protect
the wearers against high prices and Inferior
I goods. If a dealer oilers XV. L. DoiikIun shoe*
at a reduced price, or says he lias them without
iny name and price stamped on .the bottom, put
him down as a fraud.
til
W. L. DOUGLAS <
$3 SHOE GKSTLE^MEN. J
The only linocnlf J3Scnmlcjw Shoo In the world 1
made without Uu-Uh or tuillx. An vtylltdi uiul durableiiN
thotm coNtltiK $3 or Sti, and havingno tack* u
orimllNto wear the *tockltiK or hurt the feci, 1.
iniiken them a? comfortable and welMlttliiKa-Na ?
hand-sewed aboc. liny the bent. None genuine ,
nnh'Mi Miiin|-?<l on bottom "\V. L. Doughta $1 '
1 shoe, warranted."
\V. I,. DOUGLAS SI SHOE, the original and \
only hand Hewed well SI fchoo, which njualN cub- ?
toin-made hhot'H OoMlllK from to ?.?. "
. \V. I.. DOUGLAS 52W SHOK U unexcelled for j
heavy wear. ?'
\V. I,. DOUGLAS*! SHOE In worn by all Boy?, t,
and In the bent M-hool shoe In the world. n
All the above jjoods an* made In Congress, Iltit- S
ton and Ijiee, antL.if not sold by yotir dealer,
write W. L. DOrULAS, llrockton, Musk. u
HO I.I) OSI.Y AT 11
STONE'S CASH SHOE STORE, J
1010 MAIN* STREET, f
7 'I'A.tl WllKKI lNO. \\. VA. ],
? r
Cocoa. n
U HATEFUL?CO JIFOKTIKW. J
EPPS'S COCOA
Breakfast. ?
" Hv h thorough knowledge of the tmUiml le.w* t
which govern the oponitlotm of dlgcdtiou ami
nutrition, ami by n cartful application of the U
flno proportion of well selected toooa, air. ispiw n
ha* Provided our brenkfaxt tables with rt ?lcli- <{
cutely llavored liovorage which may save u?uiany "
heavy doctors' bill*, it Is by the JudleloUM use p
u( Mich art teles ot diet tluit h cutmliuUoa may
Ih? >:rmltmlly built up until ittroug enough to re- n
sist every tendency to disease. Ilundiodn of ??b- ?
tie maladies iirc llontiiiK around us ready to at- V
tack wherever there I* a weuk |?olut. We may 0
escape1 many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves y
well fortified with pure blood and a pro|*erly 13
nourished trame."?Vlvil Hurt Ice Utuotto. C
Made simtdy with boiling water or milk. Hold 8
only in half-pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus;
JAMES EPFS ? CO I bit*, London, KuRland. V
hdr>-TUTh.n? |
Dentistry. j
i 1
i KMMBBMBMmbmbbmbmmsi h
China, Glass and Queenswaro. *
JUST KECElVE1) ^ 1
And often for inspection,
The Carter Patent Stonowaro Flltor j
and Cooler Combined, <
And Family Filter. The host and mo?tTeUablo '
Filters in the market. No corroding metals. No '
leu water impuritica. Hlmnle in construction
% Perfect In ot<craUou. Finished in artistic and ,
. highly ornamental stylo. JOHN KK1KDF.I., 1
U -J 11 ! .? Mkin Street and 1122 Water At- <
Medical.
DRINK
mil TA
NIHIL a u
mylH-MWMr
. on so pays' trial.
: QaiBs
7\1ft vi-E,' vi*1'oihrr?. taciip ?hape. with ffc-lff-i
T/ *djH?UnirU#lll(?frqWr,?iUpU
\A tt I t*rtf to nil poaitioua ottmbmljr. * Ml*
- \k. j?r tiu'balii'ium <-up presses bscK
1;
^ rqrtetruln- Uwv*.")-. <tnr?i'liinnil?hf*p. Srptbjrni*U
F araaUnmw. UMitettos thimio.,C?U*?*I?U.
jels-MAth
; " riT?STME
!* ill omsss?
n nerve restorer
it ^HWl. ?r all n?M1 % MRric |l|<KA?r?. (M|M?
n- H-"" fl,r </?< /?". Fiii'r-K "c<
B.1.""""' ' "k'" '?'? Ao PU* tyf>tr
i Pi "1' 1 *" ' lrUI ^,!?tr" ?
Mil rMili<tmiNlV|<?>i'r.
n- ICS ' " mIhu > i
n! v .W^f.W'?'s
DYSPEPTIC8
>>' jfiiLJjm-'" Sjnedr BtUi!
OBTAINED DT US1N0
Bold by Tamwt ft Oo, K.TH
? ??l Dnwtou rrwywbmb
JJ, ?UI-II?HW
X ADS15^-. -,
HrillP
U J
Hit Intelligence:.
Office: Hos. Sift and 37 I'ourtetMith Mtrret,
TUB IDES UK NOVEMBER.
(A.lr-"The Uat Roto of summer.")
In the Idea of November
Poor Cleveland will fall
To hi? Free Trade eomiumlon*
lie vainly will call!
No Mugwump ran wive lilzii!
No Kandall will try
To rslse a bandanna
To mop 111* wolNt eye!
Tho Mills bill has swamped hhu,
Anil bis shams at reform!
Willie the Milliters ami hailors
Have kept him uuito warm!
When small politicians
As statesmen would (hwc.
They sometimes will gather
A thurne for a rose!
Joiehii A. Nunez.
31K. WILEY AUALS 11 BAKU FKOM.
lie Kepli** to the Strictures of the Third
I'urty Organ uf this State.
To the Editor of the JtiteUtgCMcr:
Sib:?By the kicking and squirmiug
of the writer of tho strictures upon my
letter to your paper, headed "stop and
think," I am leimnded o{ an anecdote I :
"""I ontim i'uoni mm Ufllil'll W1UI t il ill I
effect: A boy was driving a four-homo f
wagon loud of hay along a hillside and
his father was upon the load. The j
wagon up?et, throwing the old man
under the wagon, und while things were |
in that tangled-un condition, the hoy j
standing there holding the horses and j
crying as though his heart would break,
there came along a couple of gentlemen, i
ind when they saw what had happened,
thev said to the boy, "Son, don't cry, we j
will help yon to right un your wagon
ind put on your hay." "Well, said the [
boy, "hurry up for God's sake, for my
laddy is under the load." 1 judge, Mr.
Editor, the writer referred to, us well as 1
ithers of the political third party in this *
State are under the the loud. They have 1
aken up more, in my opinion, than they J
m\\ he able to curry at the ballot box '
his fall. *
The following appeared in lust week's
Parkersburg Freeman: "One W. J I. c
IViloy, of Palatine, had a very silly as a
veil us very vicious letter in the IsTut.- c
.igenceb a few days ago. We are ad- t
fined that this is the oforotlmo llticrcud t
kV. II. Wiley, the same that made him- j
elf ridiculous in the memorable tirafton
:onvention of three years ago. But there ^
s no need to go to his record for a diag- 0
losis of his case; his letter is its own 8
luflkient antidote for the poison it con
ains. When a professed minister of the v
gospel gets so low in politics as to sav, ^
I expect to vote for the Amendment if a j
bird party is kept out of the field,' thus
issuuuug the role, ot the bull-dozing .
vard politician, and that, too, over his ,
iwn name in the public press, we sub- J
nit that nothing he might say would .
mve any weight with honest and decent
>eople. As might be expected, his ven- .
finous cant about the 'crank St. John' .
atising the defeat of Jilaine, winds np
vith a declaration in favorof the villain?us
heresy of high license. Here again
8 the antidote for the virus that runs r|
hrough the whole letter. This brands J
is false his own boasting declaration in 1
he same letter that he is 'as good a Pro- {'
libitionist as there is in the third J!
iarty.'" ll
"Of course what he says of the lead
ng i ruiiiuiuuijiou? ui 1'iiu.uu wu?v ..
ntitled to no more credit than otlier n
tortious of his foolish letter. Fortu- h
lately, as we have shown, the flagrant n
konsense and bald contradictions ot the a
irticle, furnish the ready and unavoida- s
?le antidote for the poisons of its falla- ?
ies and heresies. When snakes take to h'
>iting themselves the eomuiunity is
afe. Mr. Wiley's letter and threats are 0
lannless. The Saloon Mutt do!" I
It has been said that whom the gods n
rould destroy they lirst make mad, ij
nd they will find that by their abuse of tl
he Republican party in this State they r,
lave made a good many mad. 1 believe j|
here are hundreds of temperance men HJ
nd friends to the amendment in this
tate, and yet they will not give any aid ,
ior comfort to tile Third party crank .
nove.nent, while they are doing all they .
an in their power to destroy the lieinblican
party. The leaders are known t(
o be a set of sore-heads. The one who
[ ads the ticket in this .State, said in the
ink at Fairmont that he wanted no
Hice, but that he was actuated by pure, .
hilantnropic motives. Will he accept
f the nomination ? Wo shall see.
The writer said I made myself ridicuius
in the Grafton convention three I'
ears ago. Yes, I suppose I was a thorn w
ti their flesh, in opposing, as I did, the I'
Drmation of the third party, and I have 0
he consolation that there were a large B'
umber of other gentlemen who on the
loorof that convention took the same *
osition I did and viewed the matter in v
no same ngni. bo. 1 WWB
no who, in the opinion of the aforesaid ti
rriter and pure defender and champion o
f the temperance political party, in this is
itate, made himself ridiculous in that v
onvention. I did not wish 111 what 1 11
aid about the amendment to bulldoze i;
nyone. It was simply my opinion, ti
fbich was my own private property. (
1c speaks also of me coming out over a
ny own name, as a minister of tho gos? ii
id, and one who dabbles in low politics, ii
n reply to which 1 wish to say that lam
lot ashamed to put my name to what 1 1
mte. nor am 1 a sneaking coward, like j,
he aforesaid writer, who will stand in ,j
he dark and conceal the band thai L.
trikes the blow. As it regards the
uinister in politics, how about those of j
he third party, who upon the holy Sab- 0
?ath will stand up and advocate the a
lection of Fisk and Garskaden. What r
ight have they to do 011 Sunday any 0
uore than a preacher of either one of
ho old parties or any other stump ,
peaker to champion the cause of Ilarri- '
on or Cleveland? None in the least, {
or the temperance cause is no longer a
noral cause, but a political cause, and it i
ins been made so by tho Third party ,
novement. Yes, it was ?St. John who .
lefeated Mr. Maine, disguise it as they ^
liny, mere are mruo l-uuhuid i?? m?u.srn
New Vork that always gave Kepublean
majorities until 1884, when they .
k'oted for the great arch enemy of the
Republican party, St. John, ami who, j
iccordhig to the showing of Mr. Finch, ,
hairman of the New York Prohibition
State Convention, would have voted fur
Blaine.
I hope the Republicans in this State .<
will remember that fact this fall. I know
that I am not a good Prohibitionist or
temperance man in the estimations of .
the political cranks or croakers found in .
the Third party. "Oh no." say they,
"you have got to leave the two old 4
parties and come over to us and sail
under our tlag, or else ^*ou are not a ternperance
man, your opinion to the contrary
notwithstanding." Is this the 1
charity "which sutlers longand is kind?" 1
Well, they will tind a great many who
will not sail under this little party Hag. j
As regards the temperance voters in :
Marion county, I believe there are a
great many who would have voted for
the amendment had not a third ticket
been put in the Held, who will now, in
xuy opinion^ vote against it. As for myself,
as a citizen and voter of this county,
I have this to say, that if the Republican
party is beaten in this State I shall
not help to do it through this foolish
Third party movement.
W. II. WlLKY.
Fairmont, Augutt 18.
THE HARD LOT OF TOILERS.
Foreign Worker* Wry lliully off mul AmvrIran*
in C J rent I>niig?r.
London, August 18.?Nathaniel Mac*
lrn? irhft iu ftvor bore Honkinir evidence
as to the condition of workingmen under
Free Trade, still pursues his inquiry
diligently, urged on by the desire to help
the Republicans and particularly injure
Mr. Cleveland, who be is not fond of.
He writes: "I have visited the London
docks and tlnd thousands of idle men
there. At roll call men jump on each
other's heads, climbing upon the bars of
the massive iron gates so they might be
seen first to get tickets for work. Few
4XJJJiJJ.ll X/4&X J' ^ 3 .
will be taken on to unload ships, and
they will only get twelve cents an
hour. A permanent man guts ten cents
an hour. I visited also a building
in course of construction and talked
there with a carpenter, who gets 10 cents
an hour. A laborer gets 10 ceuts, masons
18 cents an hour. I saw some men ,
putting up iron work for (JO cents a day,
working ten hours. I asked what they
paid for rent. The laborer paid $108 a <
week for one room, and use of kitchen j
to cook his food for himseif and wife,
and they think themselves lucky if they \
Set meat once a Meek?that is on Sun
ay. This is a sample of how millions
live in this country, and this is how |
London has become great and how the j
merchants and the upper classes have i
enriched themselves, ^ever in my life j
have I witnessed such misery as exists j
in this and other great cities of the em- <
nire. God help us if we have Free j
trade, for our working people that bus- \
tain in peace and protect us in war will j
starve."
CONDENSED TELEGKA31S.
The Austrian ships in New York liar- t
Dor were proiuseiy ciecoraieu wun uum- ,
ing Saturday? the oeeasion being the eel- t
L'bnition of the fifty-seventh birthday of j
the Kmperor Francis Joseph of Austriu. j
As a party of picnickers were return- t
ing from Lake Forrest, near Chicago, h
Saturday evening, a quarrel occurred be- r
:\veen several men in which two, named j
Duggan and Morgan, were Btabbed, the c
former fatally. jj
At Vernon, Mo., .Saturday morning, |
'rank Linneburg shot his wife and him- j
lelf through the head. Jloth will die. t
Jnneburg wanted his wife to deed bark .
jroperty given her at the time of mar- 1
iage, which she refused to do. ?
Information has been received by let- J
er to the effect that the Arctic whaling
leet iuki not uone wen up to uiue.
Monty of whales hud been seen, but the c
ressefs could not get tlieni. Up to July n
tlio total catch was 21 whales by 14 11
ossein. 8
Tt is stated that the general managers tj
?f the various roads between Chicago a
,nd the Missouri have definitely con- u
luded to take oil' their limited express
rains next Sunday, regardless of proI'sts
of the Kansas City and Omaha ...
*ople. ^
The Rev. Robert II. Collver, of New g
'orkj has been selected as orator on the ai
ccusion of the unveiling of the bronze p
tntue of Robert Bums, in Albany, o
i ugust UO. It is expected that this event <l
rill bring together one of the largest Ij
atheriugof .Scotchmen ever assembled p
ii this country. tl
During a dance near Ottawa, III.,
argcly attended by Norwegians, two
oung men got into a light over a part- tl
icr, and one of them was stabbed. At ti
his the men present took sides, and re- h
olvers and knives were used freelv. di
light are reported either shot or stab- b
cd, four of whom may die.
The Hiscock File Company of West
Ihomlsford, Mass., shut down Friday V|
ight for an indefinite period, owing to tj
lie persistent and aggressive war of tj
irge incorporated concerns. The stock- j,
olders voted to petition the company c(
nto insolvency. The aggregate liabih- ?
ies are in the neighborhood of $100,000. ^
From Round Mountain, Ala., comes st
ews of bloody race riots. Janes Elliott, ai
roprietor of a blast furnace, discharged ti
is force of white men ami employed ti
egroes instead. The white men bo- h
nine enraged, and swore the blacks tl
hould not work. Shotguns, pistols ja
ml knives were used, and a lively w
kirmish followed. y,
Before sailing, Saturday, the captains a
f the steamships City of New York and oi
rmbriaindignantly denied thatanoccnn ui
ice between their vessels was contemp- w
ited. The captain of the former said tii
lie machinery of his vessel had not yet S;
. ached that working smoothness which li'
would acquire later; consequently, he
lid, very fast time was not expected.
Robert Holmes and Jennie Lowrie, jJ}
ivo hiuhlv respected young persons re- It
ding near Oswego, N. V.f hired a Hail- *j
oat to go to a picnic several miles from sj
ic harbor on Thursday. Tliev started cr
> return at 9 o'clock that night, but
ave not since been heard from. Friday
jght the boat was found 011 the beach,
ml it is thought that the couple have jJ(
een drowned. cc
At Chicago Minnie Daly, a noted pick- nj
ocket and shoplifter, and wife of an ex- at
ert burglar, accompanied by two other gn
omen well known to the police, stoj>- sc
ed a well-dressed gentleman in front ?1
f the Brevoort House, 011 Madison 8l
treet, and attempted to rob him. At K
liis juncture two policemen arrived. ni
iinnie Daly escaped, but the other two jii
omen were arrested. w
The archiepiscopal authorities of M011- ci
real are now discussing the demolition T
f St. Peter's Catholic Cathedral, which SI
i now more than half finished, and L
liiich has already cost nearly a half
lillinn. Over ten years ago the buildtig,
which is a reduced model of St. Pe- ti
ur's at Koine, was begun, and all the A
Jatholics in the diocese were assessed $1 li:
head, but the payments were slow. It
i proposed to use the stone to build u C
iow parish building. II
An attempt was made by masked men
0 rob the u uiou Pacific eastbound overimd
nassemrer train. At Dana station, V
leur Uawlins, three masked men cov- A
red the engineer with revolvers and
0111 pel led him to throw up his hands.
Irakcuinn Frank Tillman grappled with p<
110 of the robbers, the express messen- rt
er came to the rescue and tho masked tl
imrauders were put to lliglit alter thirty t!
r forty shots had been exchanged. n
Seventeen dynamite bombs wore
?und in a heap* of scrap iron at Newlort,
Ky. The sui)position is that the
tombs were shipped with a lot of scrap ^
ron from Chicago. It is thought that ^
he owner or maker of the bombs had
lecome fearful of their being discovered ^
n his possession, and had hid them in ?
ome garret or out-of-the-way place "
vhere they had been discovered by a 11
ervant or housewife, who. unaware of h
heir character, had sold tnem to some 1'
unk dealer. In this way they had found ?
heir way to tho Newport Iron and Steel
tVorks.
Hay Fever* d
I have been alllicted with hay fever 8
rom early in August until frost. My
yes would run a stream of water and 1
sneezed continually. 1 was advised to
ry Ely's Cream Balm. It has worked
ike a charm and 1 can say I am entirely
:ured.~Mrs. Emeline J jhnson, Chester, *
3onn. j
1 have been for several years a sufferer j
from hay fever and severe head colds. I f,
tiavo found nothing tliat can compare j
svith Kly's Cream Balm. I would not be c
without it for any consideration. It is t
simply wonderful in its effect upon the c
nasal "organs.?S. A. Burtt, Wilmington, f
S. C. mwfaw t
?.
Tub Dress Maker's friend?"Mile- i
End" .Spool Cotton.
If it were not for the auburn butter of 1
tlio mountain resort, you could not swal- t
low the bread that set instead of rising. <
And if it were not for the brcud, you
could not swallow the butter. ^
Kxrumlmi to Plttftburgh.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad will
sell excursion tickets next Sunday, May (
JO, and continue to sell them during the (
entire summer, to Pittsburgh, at the rate
of $1 60 the round trin, tickets good for i
vSutiday only. Will also sell excursion (
tickets to Washington, Pa., at the rate of ,
$1. Trains leave Wheeling at 5 and 8:10
a. m.
Sunday Kxcttrttionii.
On and after Sunday. May 6, tho Ohio
River Railroad will sell excursion tick. ,
eta every Sunday until further notice: ,
Wheeling to Sistersville and return ,
$1 50, Wheeling to Parkersburg and return
$2 26. Tickets good one day only.
Drink Mai to (or the nervce.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
I The PrutureM of the Mmmy nnd Ntock Mn
keta.
Ntw Yokk, AukukI 18.?Money on call easy
! J^a'2 jkt cent; but loan at i per ccut; clu??
offered at 1 per cent. I'riuie mercantile imp
4aC>i per cent. Sterling exchange dull b
steady at 14 W>*U87. Sale* of stock* were 90.5
shares.
The stock market was dull to-day. and whl
some feverish, most of the list closed lower tli
evening than'the last previous sales. There wi
a more hopeful feeling <>u the opening, and fir
sales were mode at an'advance over last cvei
lug's closing at from % to?; iier cent. The fin
clmuees. while In no case for more than fra
tionai amounts, wore almost Invariably in tl
direction of lower figure*.
itailroud bond market was dull: sides on
1167,000.
Government und State bonds were dull an
steady.
HONIiN AND STOCK QUOTATIONS?CUWKD HID.
CHAIRMAN limAT CHARLESTON,
Ho Trie# to Kxplnlu How Hi* ItlU Affect*
the Tariff.
Charleston, W. Va., August 18.?Senator
Blackburn, o! Kentucky, Hon. K.
Q. Mills, of Texas, and Phil Thompson,
Secretary of the National Democratic
Executive Committee, arrived in this
city this morning, and are the guests of
Senator Kenna. Large numbers of people
came to the city to hear Mr. Mills'
argument on the tariff. His speech was
in substance as follows:
After a few opening remarks he said
the labor question was the paramount
issue of the campaign, and referred to
the Democratic party as the friends of
the people. He paid his respects from a
Democratic standpoint to the Republican
party, at the close of the Rebellion,
md followed up by referring to taking
ihe burden of taxation from wealth and
putting it unon the shoulders of labor.
The speaker touched upon the atti;udo
of the Republican party on the
Mills tariff bill, und said it was between
'the devil and the deep sea." He said
he Democratic party was not buying
rotes tbia campaign, but would make
,hein by principles. He denounced the
Itepublicun legislation as being in the
nterest of the wealthy, and the present
ariff system as unjust and pernicious,
aying: "It will finally result in bankuptcy
and ruin to the mass of the peo>le;"
thut the proposed reduction is
inly 5 per cent; that he represented the
;reatest wool-growing State in the counry,
and as to placing wool on the free
ist, he spoke from practical knowledge
hat it cheapened clothing to all.
Take off the tarilf and its manufacture ,
n this country will be largely increased, i
nd an increase will demand labor, "
rhich is the great producer and the J
oundation of wealth.
The speaker asked how ft ton of cotil
osting$l in England could be sent
crow the water, all costs of transportajoii
being paid, and then be Hold on this
ide for less money tlmn u ton of coal
osting only 50 cento pur ton 'I He said
lat the American people need net be
fraid of foreign competition, that we
re able to compete with the world.
Ladies will find relief from headache,
Dstiveness, swimming in the head,
lie, sour stomaeh, restlessness, indiestion,
constant or periodical sick headlines,
weaknew in the back or kidneys,
nin in the shoulders and different parts
f the body, a feeling of lassitude and
espondeney by hiking Simmons Liver
egulator. It is not unpleasant, is
urely vegetable, and is not injurious to
le most delicate constitution, mwh.vw
The old adage, "Hotterthe day, better
le deed," which is often quoted to jusfy
work on Sunday, does not always
old good, especially when the deed is a
L'L'ii ot real estate execmeu on mo ouu- .
Atl?. *
? ? J!
A WaniliiK. ?
Tlio modes of dentil's approach are \
iirioiis, anil statistics show conclusively
mt more persons die from diseases of .]
10 Throat and Lungs than any other. ]
t is probable that everyone, without ex- ?
jption, receives vast numbers of Tu- Jj
erclo Germs into the system and where .
lese germs fall upon suitable soil they 1
art into life and develop, at first slowly *
nd is shown by a slight tickling sensa- ,
on in the throat ami if allowed to connue
their ravages tliey extend to the ^
mgs producing Consumption and to [
le head, canning Catarrh. Now all this ,
dangerous and if allowed to proceed ?
ill in time cause death. At the onset j,
ou must act with promptness;allowing v
cold to go without attention is danger- 1
js and may lose you your life. As soon J
i you feel that something is wrong i
itli your Throat, Lungs or .Nostrils, obiin
a bottle of Bosehee'a German \
yrup. It will give you immediate rel'f.
aw i
,i
You would like to know what is the li
ost lonesome, forlorn thing that ever
iid being under the light of the stars?
is the poor little solitary mistaken
ap of applause that shrinks hack into t
leuce and shadow after startling a 0
owded theatre.
A Woman'* IJiM-ovi-ry. Ii
"Another wonderful discovery has ?
jen made and that too, by a lady in this v
iunty. Disease fastened its clutches f
pon her, and for seven years she with- jj
ood its severest tests, but her vital or- 1
ins were undermined and death ?
dined imminent. For three months 1
te coughed incessantly and could not c
eep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. w
ing's New Discovery for consumption, id
was so much relieved on taking the |
rst dose that she slept all night, and s
itli one bottle has been miraculously 11
ired. Iler name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. "
hus writes W. C. Hamrick it Co., of
Iielby, N. 0.?Get a free trial bottle at c
ogan & C'o.'s drug store. 2 11
Ark you made miserable by Indiges011,
Constipation, Dizziness, lx>ss of *
ppetite, Yellow .Skin? Shiloh'u Vita- J
ser is a positive cure. ?
Why will you cough when Shiloh's 1
ure will give immediate relief. Price h
) cts., 50 cts. and $1. 1
A ASAh illlvvwr iicu niuictH.ii uv?i.i.iu i
f Sliiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 1
nts. Sold by W. E. Williams and C, 1
lenkemiller. daw-kuw j
*- |!
I low can the English people bo ex- .
acted to know anything about home t
lie after enduring for a thousand years
le domination of successive lines of l
lanish, French, Welsh, Scotch and CJerurn
sovereigns?
Tim Verdict UimnlmouB.
W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus. Ind.,
stities: "I can recommend Electric
litters as the very best remedy. Every '
ottle sold has given relief in every case.
>ne man took six bottles, and was cured .
f rheumatism of 10 years' standing."
,braham Hare, druggist. Bellville, Ohio,
tlirms: "The best selling medicine 1
ave ever handled in my -0 years' ex- ?
vrience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands
f others have added their testimony, so
bat the verdict is unanimous that JElecric
Bitters do cure all diseases of the
aver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half
ollar a bottle at Logan it Co. s drug
tow. ______ 2 '
Atlvltu* to Mollmr*.
Are you disturbed at night and broken ;
f your rest by a sick child suffering and
rying with pain of cutting teeth? If
o, send at once and get a bottle of Mas. |
iVIN8LOW8 OVIUTUmu uiuur run vuiu>ken
Teetiiino. Its value is iucalculaile.
It will relieve the poor little suferer
immediately. Depend upon it
nothers, there is no mistake about it. It
ures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates
he stomach and bowels, cures wind
iholie, softens the gums, reduces the inlamination
and gives tone and energy
o the whole system. Mas. Winslows
jooTiiiNo Syrup for Children Tkkthno
is pleasant to tho taste, and is the
>rescription of one of the oldest and
>est female nurses and physicians in the
United States, tod is for sale by all; druggists
throughout the world. Price 25
:ents a bottle. mwfaw
Siiiloii's Vitalizbr is what you need
or Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizzi*
iess, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh'fl
3ure.
The Rev. George II. Thayer, of Boar*
lx>n, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife
Dwn our lives to Shiloh's Consumption
Dure. Sold byW.E. Williams and C.
Menkemiller. daw-sow
Ducklen'fl Arnica telle.
The Best Salve in the world for cute,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
lores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all akin eruptions, and posiLively
cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price, 25 cents per
box. For sale at Logan & Go.'fl drug
store.
i'. r>. is lux l-?> .<usn tv '
V. 8.4* coupon 127% New Jersey Central 87
lf. H. 4k* rcg IW.'i Northern Pacific.... ~>l
U.8.4kcoupou 107}* do preferred - .'>o
Adams Kxpress 147 Chicago N. W Ill;
American KxprcM-10'J do preferred J-W
Canada Southern... M New York Central-lUG!
Central Pacific ?l^ Ohio A Mississippi. 22!
Chesapeake AOhlo. l.( do preferred - 79
do tlmt preferred. lo} j I'aeillc Mall 36?
do second prcPd. 1'.' Pittsburgh 1M
C. V. C. A 1 M Reading - 60!
Denver A It. G~ lbX St. L. A 8. F 30
Krle ai% do preferred - "0
do preferred ?!0 do first preferred J11!
Fort Wayne 151 C. M. A St. Paul... 7trJ
Kansas A; Texas 12K do preferred J09)
Lake Erie A West... wZ Texan l'acino 21)
do preferred 4f*y* Union Pacific 59
lake tihore ywA L?ijite<l Hx.... 77
Loubtvllie it Nash.. 58J$ W., 8t. L.A P 141
L.| N. A. A U :m do preferred 2t'?;
Memphis A Chat... ,rn) Wells-Fareo Kx 130
Michigan Central.. MJi Western union 80)
Missouri Puclllc..... 7?>h
llrtntdsiun* and I'rovUloii*.
Nkw Yohk, Augu*t W.?Flour. receipts 15,00
packages; exports 1,121 barrels und *?' sacks
market unchanged; Nil cm 18,900 barrels. Wheal
receipt* 128,300 bushels; export* none; sale* I.
381,0(10 bushel* of future* and HI,ooo bushels o
*i>ot; option* active: No. 2 red August UlaUIJic
i-losing at Ut%e: September Wjfn9ljfc, closlnj
it Vsj>hv: October W&N$ic, closing at w%e; Ne
mubero>%a*J6c, closing) at U5%e; December 9CJ*i
i?7c. closing at %)</:', May 91 00?$al 01>closing a
51 00J?. Corn, receipt* .'f.'.JJjO bushels; exi>ort
?!,<i'i'.i bushels: sale* 216,000 bushel* of future* am
W.000 bushel* of spot; ungraded mixed 4Uii53q
No. 2 August 53%c: Scpteml?er &3%o; Octnbe
November closing at WH1*
December M??o.'jOkc, closing at &0)fc. Out*, re
e/pt* '/.'.on bushel*; exiairts none; wile* 70,001
ushel* of future* and 41,000 bushels of spot;fpo
dcady; mixed western ll'm 10c; white do l:
ifiOu. Ilay, receipt* liirlit at (AiTOc
Hop* quiet. ColleC, quiet; Kile* 22..W hate*
Mtgusi 10.MaU.uoc: September lO.fittilO.
Mober. November. 9.90ol0 00c, December. Jan
.wry February. March and April, l?.N)al0.U0c
Itloon spot dull ut 14 We. Sugar, quiet; rellnet
iteady. nice steady, 'lullow unchanged, qtiic
Itiisin quiet. Tur|ieutine tlrui, quiet at 37c
h^jKH Irregular, dull: western l'stlt^c. Pork
Aeftdy; mesnav $152.'?aK>."*> new; $11 :*> for obs
'.av; September October tunic: Novcmbci
i.w; l>e<-ember 8.utte. ltutt?>r. Arm: western
Iniry, IIuKhs; ( reamcry, W/.nWA. cheese firm
?ir grade* weak; wen torn i?tyt7! ,c.
Ciiicaoo. August 18.?'There wu? a change hi
be speculative atmosphere from the feeling
if la.st uiutit to the beginning of busilic'?# to-day
ti the gniiu market there wa# a mi.Men let ti(
Ltid u mild reaction In prices. W Item ojveiied \ /
ower, ami before noon wild le tinder the dose oi
cetcrday. Com also wnx lower. Oat* wen
Inn. 1'rovlsiods moderately active. Flnui
ileudy and unchanged. Wheat, cash No. 'Jsprlnji
c;',a.\T;Bc; No. ;j spring7i5a77c; No. 1!red <>'//",
tmiuM KUiKvyfa closing at September Ki vi
>IV\ closing utM' jc; October St1 >^V'. closing
itJOe; .May clotting at 'Jl:J>c. Corn,
a?h No. Il;?e; August il^alt%c, dosing til
lj;c; Su|ilcuitier ll&c: Octolier H.'.aUJio, olo*it?
at May &$&. Oau,cash No. 2, 25}$e;
Vttftudt -V/ii". September '.'i^'u^l^c, cIokIiik ?i
llljc; Goto Iter Jlvvi'-l" eiotdng at 'Jijic; May
Uye, No. -J, 48c. Flaxseed, No. I. St l*u
I'J. 1'riiuc timothy need 92 1."mi2 "JO. Mess pork,
ju.Ii and August l:i 75: September Si:i
losing at Sl.*l 76; October SKI ti2j?al<l 82%, closing
il gl:*. 82,>4; January $12 >J7)C Ijtrd, rash am]
Vuv'Uht8.uV>; September 8.1?5e; October 8.y2%c;
amiury 7.72 J$c. ltaeon, *hort ribs, 8.2Uh8.22|%ci
boulders unchanged; short dear unchanged,
Vhlsky. il 'JO. butter ntid eggs steady and unhanged.
I'uii.Ai'Ki.riiia. I'a., August IS.?Flour firm.
Vhcat lower; steamer No. '1 red 8Sl?c; No. 'J
cil August yi^a'Jl^. .September til^atrjc; October
irjJialKte; November'.Me. Corn, spot dull:
pUnna nominal: No. 2 high mixed .Vie; No.'J
ulxed August <Vl)^a>*d%c; September KltyfrWfi;
)cIh1mt rdo55e; November mus-lc. Oats, new
roii weak: old scarce and Ann; new rejected
khite 82ufttu; new No. :: white -M%u&k-; old
.P.je; choice new No j white loc: futures quiet;
Jo. white August :W%n:t9>?c; September :tJj?a
October ; November tthtivt^c.
jird firmer at 9.60al0.00c. Kcg? steady./
Cincinnati, 0.. August 18.?Flour steady.
Vhcat strong; Nt?. - red Wc; receipts 2J?,?UU
undid*; shipments 11,800 bushel*. Corn easy;
.'11 '? iiiItiuI lil'.j' (In t m tvi-ak Nil tuivcil
Lychill; No. J; fiOc. I'ork dull atSH .'jo. I<urd
inu ami iiikiht at 8.fi3c. Hulk meat# aetivo and
liuhcr; nhort rfl? h..'!7Jr.r. Huron HtroiiKcr; short
tear tf.7.'k'.;\Vhl*ky steady at Si M. liutter, migar
ml cbccw tlrmvr; Kgs* flna at Vic.
toi.kdo, o., August 18.?'Wheat dull; cash ami
kUKt)MtiiH.|C; September SUkjc; Deeemher yi! ?< .
orn ?lull; eaaU l?>.*; December lRk\ Unto
nidcr; eaali 2>%c.
I.lv? Stork.
('KICAOO, August 18.?Cattle?Keeelpt* V?0
etui; shipments 200 head; market Kteady;
teert So->a576; atockew ami feeders 52 00a.'t ,'i):
own, bulls and mixed 51 3&.tl 00. Hoks?RcL*l|>tH
r>,000 head: shipment*ii.ixw head: maret
(itruiiK and ."iaioi* higher: mixed i'< NOnG85;
cavySo yuafiflO; light S.'? tfJati ,v>; ski ox $itma
Shcep?Koceijith 15,600 head; shipments
,0(i0 head; market Mow: unlives 82 ?8a4 35;
res tern shorn $' 00a:t MO; Tcxuns ?2 7,r?Ul 00;
unto si mftgoo.
East I.ibkbty, I'a., August 18.?Cattle?Reoipt
%'J head; shipment* KM? head; market
othltic doing*. till through consignments. Hokk
-Receipt* I.njo head: shipment* head:
narket fair; Philadelphia* S<i I.' mi ,V>; mixed
i! luail !.'>; Yorker* S?i 2u*0 :tT?; common to fair
}Oi>ttt>ir>; pigs $.*i75wOOJ. Hhecp?Receipt* 2,'JWi
ictd; fthinmeuU 'J,-100 head; market dull utid
ItK'hUtlKCd.
Cincinnati, 0? August 18.?Hog* firm; comitun
nml I!?lit SftOOnO ,i*?; pai-kiug and butch
rs S'> iKkiO 10; receipt* *Ji:s head; shipment*
lone
I'utroleuiii.
New Yohk, August 18.?1'ctroloum opened
trong at Stic, advauecd to 8(%c, when a reactlou
leeurred, on which the price declined to 85%e;
. slight advance followed and the market closed
,t 8G?\ Consolidated Kxchauge opened at We:
ilghcut Nike; lowest 8&J?c; closed at 86c;
ales 000 barrels.
On. City. Pa., August 18.?Oponcd nt Hfl^e;
iiglic?t Mtfct lowest ty'%c; closed at 80%c; salei
US,000 barrels; clearances 5,710,000 barrels
charter* p.\8l7 barrels; shipments 77,."4)0 barrels
un? .11 ,802 barrels.
PiTTsnuKOii, Pa., August IS.?i'retroleuir
rrcgohir, closed firm; opened at 80){c; closed
it Mic; highest 8?%c; lowest
ititaiikoun, Pa., August IN.?Opened nt soke
lighest 80} ic; rinsed at 8<ic; lowett H-Vf^e
lraraiices 1,I'JC,U00 barrels.
TlTUHVIU.K, I'A., AllgUht 18.?Oponol at N.%0
ligheiil jc;'lowest &!>%c ; closed at
Dry ( oimIh.
Nkw YoitK. August 18.?There was a very quit'
narkct in till departments.
M?lnU.
Xrw YottK, August 18.?Pig Irou Arm; Amerl
Mi flf. uoaH? >x).
DitiNK Mai to at soda fountain. *
A Frightful Skin Disease.
Sufferings Intense. Head nearly
raw. Body covered with Sores
Cured by the Cutlcura Remedies.
Muviw. Stkvkn.h it Bru.nmi, Monroe, N. c.:
JknrSirt:?AI?out two tuontliM ago. ou yotii
recommendation, 1 bought a bottle ol Cmlenn
UcNolvcnt, one Itox Cut leu ra halve, ami out
. akeof Cutlcura Soap, for my noti, aged thirtcct
rean. who ho* beeu afflicted with eczema fur i
long tltue. ami 1 ain plea*cd to my that 1 bellevt
the remedies have cure<l him. Hi* mitFeriug!
were Intense, his head being nearly raw, his ear
being gone except the gristle, ana his body wa
covered with sore*. 11 In condition was frlghtlu
to behold. Tho sores have now all dbupiH-arcd
liiii Klein Ik healthy, eyes bright, cheerful In di*
iwwitlon, and Is working every day. My ucigh
born are wltoeues to thin remarkable cure, him
tho doubting one* arc requeiitcd to cnil or writ"
me, or any ot my neighbors.
WM. 8. STKI'lIENSON.
Wlnchchtcr 1'. 0? Union Co., N. C.
Monuok, N. (,\, Oct. '."J, 1887.
Tiir I'ottkb Dnuo ?fc Ciiejjicai.Co.:
Oeitllanen:?Mr. Win. 8. Stephcnuon. of thi
county, brought IiIm m?ii to town to-day to let u
Mt' hhu. nuil U)*how u? what ruth-urn Kvmi
the* had dune for him. Thi* is tho vise relerre1
to In our letter to you fiouie time ago. To loo
ni the boy now, one would mippoao tbat ther
had never bccu anything tliu mutter with himRecmt
to be In perfect health. We have wrlttc
and herewith Incloec what hiH father haa to k:i
about the matter?-wrote it Junt an ho dictate*!.
We are selling quite a quantity ol CuticuT
Hcuiedlea and hear nothing but praise* for their
We regard the Cuticura Remedies the best in th
innrk' i. and hhali do all wo ca.i to promote thel
nalo. Your* truly.
STEVENS & RRUXEIt,
Druggist* una Pharmacist*.
cutlrura, the great akin cure, and (.'uticui
Soap prepared from it, externally, and Cutlcui
Keaohe.,1, tue in w blood puritier, internal!;
are a potuiivu cure for every form of *kiu an
blood disease, lrv>u\ pitnpl"a to scroiula.
Sold everywhere. Price, Cut leu ra, roc.: So*;
25c.; Keaofveut, |1. l'rcfuirud by the roTTI
Ukl'O and Chkmical Co., Boston, Mass.
M9T8end for "How to Cure Skin Disease*," i
pact*. 50 Illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
niUl'LEH, black-heads, red, rough, chapped at:
?1 m oily skin pruvented by Cutlcura hoap.
iZW AVoolr Pll infill Iliwiba
f? ? inn) & WIU1UI IFUl n.i)
Kidney and Purine Pain* and We*
neaaca, rtdievod In one minut? ??y tl
CtrritfKA Anti-Pain 1'i.ahtkk, tlieflr
and only pain killing planter. Nc<
lniiauuneoui, Infallible. 2h cent*. suI-wm
r. I
14 HAGAN'S
I MAGNOLL
- BALM
- /C2X HAGAM'S
| BUm ) MAGJVOLI.
* \&/ BALM
/CK HAGAW'S
? ( Ada 1 M-AGNOLL.
BALM
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4 Liftfe.J MAGNOLL
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Educational.
. LINSLY INSTITUTE.
WHEELING, W. VA.
f mrNcxt Sci8Ion begins MONDAY, .September
; 10.I8W.
Tho School bus an adequate and efficient
ii facility, ami aims at thoroughness uf work,
i Tliret? pnrnlicl course* of Instruction. classical
h course ctnhmees Knglisli, Latin, Greek, Mathe*
| matics and tlu? Sciences. Philosophical course
; sul?tl uitc* German or nidltlouni uuittiotuatlcs
r for the Greek of the classic*! count1. English
; eourve in deigned to give a thorough training
! In the Kim'^h hnuiches to Mich as uo not con*
D teui|ilate a collegiate course.
t Upon the completion uf any of the prescribed
course* a student Is awarded u diploma uf thu
Institute.
The Military Department Is a prominent feature
Of the M'hooi. All students of sufllcicnt
size are required to enter the "Linsiy Cttdel
Corps."
L For catalogues, circulars and particulars ad*
, dress.
JOHN H. ROEMER,
* jy'.' mw.*p I'rlnclpal.
; IT. De CHANTAL,
j
Near Wheeling,Vu.
; (Hlhitsn of tho Visitation.),
f A M'hool of tuoro thau national reputatlou
; ollerii exooptlonal advantage* for thorough odt>
t ration of young ladlen in nil department. LI
; brary of six thousand voln e*. Kino philo*
| sophlcal, chemical and astronomical apjiamtus.
[ MiikIchI Department KptfiuJly noted. Corpsc>
. piano teachers trained by a loading profowor
; Iroift Conservatory of Stuttgart. Vocal culture
| according to the method of tho old Italian nut"
tOIS.
Location uii.siirpiuj.ed for beauty and health,
| Ten Heron of pleasure ground*. Board oxccllont,
For Catalogues, and references to patrons Ju all
tho principal cities address
ml THE niRKCTRKSft.
WHEELING INSTITUTE!
lloimlitig ami Hay Sdioul for Young
Ladies and Children.
Thorough course of itiKtructiou in Kngllsh,
Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages,
Music, Drawing, Painting, Elocution ami Cal-1
isthcnlcs. Advantugcsof home life and induing I
Full session begins September rt, Inhs.
jtf'l Address. MISS PAUltAN, Principal. 1
^yiLEEUNG
FEMALE COLLEGE
Will begin Its next session Wednesday, Septembers,
1888. Competent Instructors In every l?e
pnrtmen'. ltates hji reasonable as in uny institution
of equal cxcelleuce. For |mrtlcuiar?addnMS
li. It, ULAIHDKLL,
Jc7 President. j
NORMAL and CLASSICAL ACADEMY.
W. O.iFIUES, A.M., PU1NC1PA1*
Lix-kllon healthful, central, acccttllile. attractive and *afr.
flulldlnca commodious l>rtck, supplied with a|>(iarattis, library.
human skeleton. charts ami cabinet. Kiwulty wide- ,
ttwakr, v hoUriy. etperienced. affable anil progressive. four
of Study. preparatory. classical, phil<Mijitiir*|, teachers'
i utnmercial and nmtiral. No better or -.lirjiwr school in which
|>fith Kin may prepare for the rotation* <?f life. Term* begin
Set*.sUt.???; Novetnhet trth. tftrt. Match?th, 1W9, $"5
will pay boarding, lodjrlnij. and tuition lor one year. For
catalogue ftddreu, \V. O.FKIEM, Kucihuiinaa. W, Va.
wilt. i?.t\v
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, s?WoAJ?fc.
This College enjoys the powcrnot u C til vend ty
and I* conducted by the Jesuit Fatliers. It is
situated In a very beuutliul part of Netv York
county between tlie Harlem ft. it L. I. bound.;
1 Kvery facility is given lor the best Classical.
Scientific and Commercial Kdueatlou. Hoard
and Tuition per year <1:100. Studies re-open
Wednesday, September <ri, !
St. John's 11 ai.i., a Preparatory School for Hoys
from 10 to 12, Is under the sauie direction. For
further particulars apply to
nnW-?wmw Kkv. Juiin Hcn.i.v, S. J., rnm.
Washington School of Elocution
AND ORATORY.
: MM. M. STEVENS HART .. Principal.
; 901 "M1 St., N. W., Washington, D. C.
Sixth Annual gesaion begins Wednesday, Sep
teinbcr 'jn.
Courso of Instruction embraces Elocution,
| Practical English and English CIiuwIck, Ij?tjn,
I Mitlhc-inutio. Modern languages, Vocal and In
tlromentnl Music and Physical Culture.
; Tlie Principal In assisted by au ctllclent corps
; of teacher* ill each department.
Graded Classes for boys mid girls dally
Adult CJaanea and private instruction given in
' the evening.
Diplomat awarded. A limited number of pu
piis accommodated in the family.
For circular* and reference* apply to Iwtemj
I hkn?kk ollicc. nuBl
Stammering Cured.
System baited upon nature's laws. No Skcrrcy
?No Thicks. System explained to tlioae inter
MtCU.
ToKtlmonialB from phyMeiau*, educators and
patron*, who have received benefit from the
method of Int. true lion. Addrciw
Mm. M.8TKVKNS J!ART, 1'rlnclpal,
Washlngum School of Kloeutlou aud KugUsli
Language. . ?
vol M. Street, N. W.. WMhlngtou, I). 0.
' Students boarded in family of i'rlucljul.
Hewengland conservatory
0FMUSIC Boston, Mass.
' THE I.AllOKST Be.t &|iUpp<Ml In
? the Wurld-IOt Inrtnjrtiirt. Mmlcnti lutMir. Tlioruutb
Initrur-ti'in In r?*l mini /"ummtnft
I ami Organ Tuning, AIni ArU, Or fry, lutralu rt,frinck,
GmMiand Mian I*n9*4g4i. KHgUiktrtnthti.ar***'1
net, or. Tuition. |M? ?.? . *i?i iwm wM?
9 Ilral and Klcdrio 14ght. f'*1" lutTJOprr ?r*k. F?ll
s Tvrm Imrliit Krpt. 13. IiWi. fur Illn?tmff?l ( IciiUar,
> full liifirnnnUm. adilrtM K. Tol'lUtt. l?if??."tor?
I VniuUlu N;u*rr, Urno*. Mam.
I vwkr
: WASHINGTON and LEE
j IMVKIWITV,
LEXINCTON, VA.
Academic Department*: Ijiw; KuRlnecrinc.
Important channel in Academic Degrees. Apply
for riiialnnoe. ]vl*
Financial.
; JgXCHANGE BANK.
J CAPITAL. *200,000
^ J. N. Vajcc*. .. President
- L. 6. Drj.4Hi.AiN ...^..Vlce-Prtaldent
y DIRECTOR*.
J. N. Vance H. llnrkhelmer,
iv J. M. Urovru, NV. KMngtoaw,
t. L S. Delaplaln, A. W. Kt-IIey.
e John Frew,
lr ltp.fl. <a.fiiw( nn r.ml.n.1 T.aI.,..? K^tUnd
and all (lointa In Kiirojx'.
JOHN J. JONKS, CaiMcr.
JJANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
J CAPITAL.....,., - 4175,000
y> Wm. A. I ~ Prtil lent
Wm. B. Biytson ?,.Vlco-Pcctuleut
n Draft* oj Xnglaod, Ireland, France aud Gcr?
? many.
DIRKCTOM.
M Wm. A. Inctt, Wm. B. UlmNon,
J. A. Miller, John K. HotMort,
K. 31. Atkinson, Victor KoAonburg.
id Henry Hpeycr.
mri) F. P. JErSQN.Onhler.
I YOU CAN F1NDPT^
tie on file in Pirr*m u n nt t.\.l?iTtui?f Hurcau o'
S K SESK; REMINGTON BROS,
w who *iU oooUmcv lur ulTerUntug ?t lowwi r*te*
tiEiiL caMEtfm^l
!?forth*Phot. XKk. /vT^Qk*
Arm? and Hand*. It /
a Liquid* iniM m- I Sals K
1 ?UoUy;c*a ? b? d* laanni'?AM
toctML TUCooliHf*
laftwhla* Try"' V^jy
srssrirJi /SM^I
a Bux*i iw?ort?, u it lm- f *: _ !)
Z mediately ortreomet 1 WU? //ml
Tin. PneUM, Bon- V^tlSrTM
bora, BwlueM, cicJ 3g
IftmadealbeaaOfyn jff.?AtS. fij
A liquid naed is * ^lB0
* moment. DtflM d* j JM- ,?
X taction. Inaurc* a 1\ -J/K
Perfect Complexion. VrwTiil*A?^7H
KeTcrbiltudiUequal Bj
Keepi the Bkin on th? fil
Face. Neck, Aran and Rfl
Handa 8ofl tad Plia. // US3
I ble. QWea a Bartah- l! fiUl& JK
lug complexion. B*. ft|,sr*yity/W
D0vc?PUPplM4Tul By
Groceries, &c.
M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocer, Pork, Packer,
AND CUREK OF THE
Celebrated "Strawberry Hum*/'
Nos. 1309 AND 1311 MAIN STREET,]
WHEELING, W. VA.
My own Cure of Choice Smoked Mont* ilcllr
erwf dally from my I'ork House mi AlancbeMor.
THKLABOKUT UTOCK Of
GENERAL GROCERIES
IN THE STATE.
Hoadquarters for
Tajlor's Patent and Family Flour.
llPMlqnartcrK for Uie Celebrated
Alaroma Coffee.
8olo Agent for Dupont'a Sporting, Mining nnd
Waiting I'owder. je.'>.
piCNIC
GOODS!
My Mock of I'Icuic Goods is very largo ami
varied, comprising everything In the line of bottled
aud canned goods now In the market.
F. IIANAUKK.
1?)0 Mwkct Street.
Try Jamona Coffee, JylQ
JT PAYS TO TRADE
At H. P. BEHREHS' STORES.
Sugar, CofTee, Tea, Flour, aud all Groceries, at
astonishing prices.
Store*, 2217 nnd 2210 Market Street. Brunch
Stoie, corner Thirty-eighth and Jacob streets.
aum
Plumbing, Cas St Steam Fitting.
Geo. Hibberd & Son,
Successor* to Thompson & Hlbbord,
practical
Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters,
BRASS FOUNDERS,
SPECIALTIES.?Natural (1m Supplies, Steam
Heating and Ventilation.
1314 Market Street,
WHEELING, W. VA.
WAll work promptly done at most reasonablo
prlcoH. myJX
yyw. HARE & SON,
PRACTICAL
PIumb?r8,tia8 and Steam Fitters,
No. 63 TWELFTH ST.
All work done promptly at reasonable pricey.
Steamship Tickets.
ANCHOR LINE.
Atlantio Express Service.
LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
Steamship "CITY OK HOME" lrom New York
Wednesday, August*, .September 5, October
a, October 81.
Largest and fluent passenger Steamer afloat.
Saloon Fanatic, SOU to Sioo, Second-Class, *30.
Cla9Row Sorvlce.
Btcamcra every Saturday from New York to
Glasgow and Londonderry.
Cabin Passage to Olaiwow, Londonderry, LiverP%k?1,
or Uelfast ?&0 aud ?0?, Secomt-Uawt, ?ao.
Steerage, outward or prepaid, either Service,
#B0. Suioon Excursion Ticket* at Reduced rate*.
Travelers' Circular Letter* of Credit and Drafts
tor any amount Issued at lowestcurrent rule*.
For or Tours. Ticket* or further Infor
matiou, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS,
Sew York, or H. K. BEI1KENS, WI7 Market
treet. Jy20
l1 =g= -a;
To Farmers, Gardeners, Etc.
jpLOWS!
We havo Just received the following for the
Fall trade:
Oale Chilled Plows, Princess Chilled Plows,
Princess Steel Plows, South Hend Chilled Plows,
Mr Injun Sulky Plow*, Syracuse Chi lied Hillside
Flows, (ienulue Malta Hillside Plows. Beverly
Hillside Flows. Flow Repair* o( all kinds.
Oliver Chilled Flow Points, Write for ?Kcucy
and price. It. K. G1FF1N it CO.,
jytf-mw lfiJO Main St., Wheeling. W. Va.
DPIIITIRQ Shropshire,Ox, aud CotaSHEEi.
dEiAUHuu jersey Reds and Berkshire UOU&
P. Korku and B. Leghorn Chicken* Bronze Turkey*,
Km* and (JAHP In mmumiii. KMilNhi-',
Mill*. II. l"r*. Ac., bout and ehea|i*t; |?irt j*j
In lumber. UatiMfactlon guaranteed on all.
oil AO H> cent book for 2f>wnu and naattaan-J
OIuUu add rex* of twenty wldu awake Parmurt
Bend Htamp for circular* to
T. R. OAfUKADON,
nnitVn*w KVvwr. \v \*
Photography.
QABINET PHOTOGRAPHS
Only $3 00 Per Dozen
muoratc UALLKItV,
Ko. 43 Twelfth BtwU
One Dollar
PAYS FOR THE
WEEKLY
IKTELLIGEHCER
I
For One Year.
f?-Th(s KepreaeobtUre Wert Virginia
Xewspaper.
WRneloao I'oatal Nolo or Money Order to
. FREW, CAMPBELL & HART, Publishers,
WHEELING. W. VA.
I A LL KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
jlTl. I'rliitluK dmUt and promptly ciuculwl it
Urn Iuujlll<cuoer Job Kooma. * ' M
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
A RRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP
XX TRAINS?On and after JIav 15, lfvV.--K.rflaxation
of itkkkxknck M akxp. *Dailr. fSttU*
day excepted. J Monday excepted. JSaturday
excepted. |8unday ouly.?Eaitcrn Standard
time.
II. ? o. It. K.?Kavt. Depart. | Arnvtt '
Philadelphia Limited.. .... *5:25 am 1*10:45 pm
Mail and Express *8:10pml*ll::?am
Cumberland Aceom., ?j;u5ami 6:'o pm
Grafton Accom 5:10 pm 11.-if am
Monndnvllle Accom 8:S6aral 7:.i0ara.
tfoumlnvlllc Accom 7:35 ami 9:15 am,
Moundovllle Aocom 12:01 pin 1:40 pm.
Monndxvillo Accom 6:10pm 7:40pm
wist. I
Cambridge Aa-om.... t9:00anti f7:l0pn*
Express (Chicago and Col).... *10:25 am *6:10 pnx
Chicago Express. *3:40 pm *9:50 am
Chicago Limited 9:60pui *C:&nux
Columbus Accom 12:15put tl0:35 an*
Cincinnati Limited *11:16pin *1:55 an*
Ht. Clalraville Accom f8:0S am t7:55 am.
tit. Clalraville Accom fJ:ooaxn tlQ:35 ant
tit. Clairavlllo Accom f2:00pm tl :35 pm
St. Clairevlllo Accom .6:10pm TC:i0pm.
W., P. * II. DIT. *
Washington and Pittsburgh. *5:00am *10:15 am
Washington and 1'ittabuigb. *8:10 oni 11:10pm
Pittsburgh A Phlla. Ex- *6:'J0pm *6:55 pm
?.?i tl;4.r>nm 112:15 nui
Washington. |5:30pw t8:ix)am
Plttubunrh Accom |5:80 pm |ll:55am
P., C. X dL L. By. 1
Plttoburgn t7:2Uam f?:20pm
PltUburxb and Now York.... 41:35pm f3:45pm
Pittsburgh and New York.... f^'ftpm til :00 am
Pittsburgh & N. Y. Ex 0:40 pm
w*sr.
Express, Ciu. and St. Louis. f7:20am tC:fOam
Express, Cin. and Ht. Louis.. fOMOpm p:20pm
Express, Bteubenvllle J: Col. rl:&'>pra i3:ttpm
Stcubenvlllo and DvnuUan. f4:20pm
C. Ai P. It. K.
I'ltUburgU and Cleveland-... 5:50 am 8:47 pm
Martin's Ferry 7:15 am 5:15pm
Htvubenvlllo Accom 0:33 am 1:28 pm
Cleveland and WellsvllJe 2:12 pm 8:63 am
Pittsburgh and New York 4:39 pm f 1:13 am
Pittsburgh 1:17 am f 5:47 put
C.p L. A W. K. K.
Express, Cleveland, E. & \V.. 112:35pm *3:06 pm
Mass ill on Accom tft:12pm fll :25 am
Ht. C'lairsvillo Accom \~:Mam h?:32 am
Ht. ClalrsvilloAccom 110:am f 1:32 pm
Ht. Clainrville Accom f-:10 pm f5:3i pm
Ht. Clalrsvillo Accom 0:25 pm 8:0i)pm
Local Freight and Accom.... 5: JO am f7:30pm
Ohtn Stiver Uullruiul.
Passenger *7:35 am '11:00 am
Passenger *12:15 pm *3:20 pin
Passenger *4:30pm *8:15 pin
Freight
II.. Z. & C. lUllrond.
I Bell aire & ZaumlUe Through Passenger leaves
I JlelJain'at 8:40a.m., arrive* at Jk*JJain> St 4 p. in
WoodMleld Passenger leaves Bellairo at 4:20 p.
m., arrives at Bellalro at 8:20 a. m.
Buminerfleld Accommodation leaves Hellslre
at 1:00 p. m.. arrivew at Bellaim at 10:45 s. ni.
Railroads.
VxriTlOiaiNG AELM GROVE R. It.'?
TT On and after Monday, Apbil 30, 1888.
trains on tbo Wheeling ?fc Kim Urovo Kail road
will run aa follows:
Lkavks WHKKI.ino:
5:80a. m., 6:10 a. m.,7:00a. m? 8:00 a.m., 9:00
a. m., 10:uoa. m., 11:00a. m., 12:00m., 1:00p.m..
2:CO p. m., 3:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m., C:10
i>. m., 7:00 p. m? 8:00 p. in., 9:20 p. m.
Lbavrh Wiikeuno Pakk: ? _ .
6:10 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m? 9:00 a. m? 10:00
a. m., 11:00 a. m., 12:00 in., 1:00 p. m., 2:00 p. nu.
3:00 p. m? 4:00 p. in., 5:00 p. ni? 6:10 p. m., 7:00
8:00 p. in., 8:65 p. in., 10:10 p. in.
SUNDAYS.?Leave at 7:00 a. m. and run every
hour, except church train, lit 0:15 p. m. I.cavo
Whecllrg Park atS:0Oa. ni. aud run every hour
uutil 10 p. m., except church trains, which will
leave the Park at 9:45 a. m. and Wheeling at
12:16 p. m. and 9:15 p. in. 0 .
O TTIRSCFT. Pm?t
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD?
Departure of tniin? from Wheeling. Kchedu.o
In effect April lhM?Eastern time:
Express lor Chicago and tho Northwest, 10:2.. >i
m, 3:40p in, 9:.ri0 p in daily, and 11:15 p m daily
^Expr0** 'or cWlnnaM and St. Loula, 10:25 a m
daily, 11:15 pin dally.
Cambridge accommodation, 9:00 a in, exccpt
For /'olumhUB, 10:25 a m daily, and 11:15 p m,
daily, and 2:45 p in dally cxcept Sunday. .
Kxprcw for Wttahiugtou, D. CM Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Now Yoric. vw ?nil ton, i/.yrn
m aud 6:io p in, daily, via Pittsburgh 0:20 p. n*.
dallv.
For Pittsburgh and Washington, Pa., 5:C0 a m
dally; express,8:10a in, dally, 1:43 p m, dai.'y
except Sunday. Additional way train for Washington,
I'a.. 5:S0 p m, daily except Sunday.
For Plttuhurgli, Washington, Baltimore arid
Philadelphia ut 6:20 p in dully.
Pittsburgh accommodation, Sunday only, f : U
p ni.
For MonndKvIlle, 5:."Viand7:36 a in. and 12:00
noon, and 0:10 n m, daily except Buuday.
For Graftou. 5:10 p m, daily.
For Cumberland. 0:05 a in, daily, cxccpt Sun*
day.
For fit. Clairsville, 8:05 aud 9:00 a m,2p m ami
5:10 pin. daily Except Sunday.
Express trains arrive from Chicago, 6:25 ami
9:60u maud6:10pm-dally,and 4:66 a m daily
cxccpt Mouday.
Express trains arrive from St. I.otils and Cincinnati,
4:66 a in and 6:10 p m, dully.
Express trains arrive from Philadelphia, Haiti
more and Washington, 1). C., via Grafton, 11:20 ?
a in utiii io:4?'? pm tinny; via. ruuourgu, iu:io
a. in. daily.
Train*arrive from Columbus,4:55 am (laity
andC: 10pmdaily, and 10:a5 am daily oxter t
Sunday.
Trainsarrive from Pittsburgh, 10:15a m dully
And 12:45 p in. except Sunday, 0:55 p m and 11:20
p in daily.
Tralua arrive from Washington, Pa., 8:00 ? m,
daily except Sunday.
Train* arrive from Moundsvillc, 7:TO anil 0:15
a m nu<< 1M0 and 7:10 p in, dally except Sunday.
Trains arrive from Grafton, ll:'J0a in, daily.
Trains arrive from Cumberland, 5:50 p in, dally
except Huuday.
Trains arrive from St. Clairsvillc, 7:55*110 !0:K5
a m, mid 1:85 and 0:10t? m. daily except Sunday
Cambridge accommodation arrives ut7:lu p m
except Sunday.
liaggage called for and checked at hotel* nud
residences ou orders left at ticket ofllce, 1200 Market
street, and at depot.
CHA8.0. SCUM.. Gen. Pass Agent
W. M. CLEMENTS, Manager.
Ohio river railroad.?time '
Table taking effect May 27, 1M?. Passenger
trains will run as follows?Central time. All
trains dally except those iltarked thus t which
do not run on Sunday.
BOUT)! HOUND. jNo.7 No. f?. tNo.8 No. 1.
a. m. p. m. a. in. a. in
Leave?Wheeling 8:?o 11:15 6:35
lieu wood. opp. liellaire.......... 8:45 H:3? 6:60
Moundsvillu 4:05 11:42 7:10
New Martinsville. 5:1? *12:45 8:15
William Mown 7:00f?2:18 10:10
Parkersburg 6:15 7:ao 2:45 n.oo
p. m.
Ravenswood C:45 4:15 12:20
Mason City 8:00 5:.V. i:a5
Clifton h:u'? 5:40 l :4c
Arrive?in. Pleasant.... 8:40 r.:i:> 2 )5
ttallipolis Ferry l?:?? 2 ;<2
Ouyandotte 10::ct 7:M 4:00
Huntington 10:45 h;05 4;i7
, . P- *n. ? _ .. _
i.iinnc-MiMi iu:u> b:v*
Iron ton fi:06
Portamouth a.m. 7:10
White Sulphur 5:00 ....
p. in. ?. ro
Staunton
MOKTII HOUND. So. 0. No. 4. iNo.V |No.b
n. in. h. in. h. m. p. in.
Lcavo?Huntington 10:00 6:15
Guyaudotte JO; lh 8*28
GalllpolU Kerry 117:00 4:&0
Point Pleasants 11:4ft 7:2Q b:tfl
p. in.
C'llfton 12:2U 7:? fi:*5
Makontiltjr 12:25 h:i? f.Mfl
Raveiixwood 1:45 9:16 7:00
Parker* bun* 0:00 8:15 io:4fi H:^0
WlllianiHtowiu 0:30 3:45 11:1'?
Now Mfcrtirmvlllo 8:ir. 6:37 12:41
AIouiulMviilo 'Ji'l't OHO l:4.'i
Benwood 7:?io 2:0T?
Arrive?Wheeling 10:00 7:15 2:20
Leave Wheeling via. p. in.
P. C. A Bt. I .... 12:*'. 8:20
Arrive?Cleveland G::?? C:'.?
Pit tabu rgh 3:20 5:W
a. m. a. m.
Philadelphia .. i:x> h-:&
New York s:G0 8:00
HChicago
ii::ai
Through ticket* and boggngo checked to all
point*.
W. J. ROBINSON, Gcn'l Pam. Agent,
I'arkeniburg, W. va.
FRKD HI skman,
Tmv. Pam, Agent. Wheeling, W. Va.
PITTSBURGH. CINCINNATI & ST
LOU IB RAILWAY CO.?1'iuiliniitilo Houtr.
un<ior rUwtulolu effect August \W. traina
leave Wheeling. Central (Standard ihno: jrr
HU'Ubcnvll le, Httabiirjch rind the Mast, fli'JO h. m.,
12:3i n. in., sj.-jijl pro. and 8:10 p. m. For Coltimbun,
MiH'lnnnii, ItidlHun(M)!lK Hiid Kt.
a in. mid RnO p. m. for ColiimbtiRand Chicago
12;J5 p. in. J raliiH arrive ?t Wheeling nl u
n. nr. |(?;0o a. m.,'2:tr> p. m. and b:*JO p. m.
rritltiM leaving ?t ??:20 n. m. and arriving A:20
t?. m. rim M.lld between Wheeling and J'Iiihnurgb.
All trnitiw dally c??,',pthnii'Iity. un?
CI LE VKLAND ?t PITTSBURGH
&ROAD.?Under M-hedule In effect ilnr
I i?i f?- TlJ\ln J?av<; UrtdgeiKirt,Central Htand?
hin 1 j w Htttburgb, Chicago mid Cievo*
- mi i mniiui^'n, im.m ii in. rr.r
L'IiIcuko midCleveland,1:12 p m. For l'lu*l>v.r?h
j and tfvvi York. p m. For StoubcnvlUc. >:"8
a ni. For Mitriiii'N Ferry, C:4.r?? m.
Trainsarrlvo at HrldKeixirt at 7:53 a in, 10.13 *
m, 1%'Sfi |? in, 1:15 p m, 4:47 p in, ami 7:47 p in.
mylti
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
For tickcta or Inrther Information *ii.i?.???.?
I undcnlgnod. If yon ftavo noi been lortanata
elsewhere, tiy me for a change.
JAMES H. WILSON.
Covington, Ky.
Mention thin paper.
THE WHEELING
-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER !>1.00
PKIt YEA!!.
Tha CreatBst Family Newmaper
of Woit Virginia.

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