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MEDICAL.
Nervous Prostration
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
? l'tolontoil dornnBcmoat of tho nervous
,nlen notonly aftoctn tho brain nnd imin
tat power*, but dovuloia iH?a*o In aomoot
tho vlul or?nn?. Tho most ddnferous ot
thc? Indirect re?ult> kfwheuQio'taart U
?ITKMil. Thin km Iho ea?o ot tho Iter. N.
Y, Surte?. Fawn ltlvcr, Mich., who write,
nnJcrdalc of Fob. II. 1SIU:
\m% wftataflsyou?
Have you a feel
ing of weight in
the Stomach
Bloatinff ofter
catiuc ? Bel civ
fl.
Heartburn?Bad Taste in the Mouth;
in the Morning?Palpitation of the?
Heart, due to Distension of Stomach r
?Cankered Mouth?Gas in the Bowels J
?Loss of Flesh?Fickle Appetite?*
Depressed, Irritable Condition of the'C
Mind ? Dizziness?'Headache?Con' j
stipation or Diarrhea ? Theu you have \
i DYSPEPSIA v
C la ?ne of It* many form*. The one pasture i
? core for tbl* distressing complaint Is. \
(JicKer's Dyspepsia tablets
by mail, prepaid, oo receipt of 35 cents. C
. Ch AM.ru Ka*sict. Kot*l Imperial. J>>?r\
r York. ?3T?.-"I *tiTTrr*d horribly frmu <ly?-c
f peiwta, Lut Ae*er'? TablcU, takea afwr j
( s*aU. have cured nif." f
)Acitr Medicine Co., 16-1S Chambers Y. .
ing of.^Wiml?
\omittncofFood
w nterbrash?
EDUCATIONAL.
BETHANY COLLEGE!
BETHANY. W. VA.
The fifty-sixth session of this troll-known in
itiation opens third Monday in September.
Yftuns men and young women rcoclred on
uu:c terms.
'Jin
COURSES:
Classical, Scicntillc,
Ministerial, Literary,~
Jlnsical and;Art.
TERMS REASONABLE.
DR. MABEE'S STRONG TONIC.
THE following deal?rs In staple and
fancy groceries, etc., In tho ..city and
suburbs, have purchased a utock o? Dr.
Mabee'9
STRONG TONIC
for the benefit of their customers: Pebler
& Wohnhas, Virginia and South Huron
streets; H. Juergfna & fc5o:rr32 Mary
land sitrcet; Charles X^ukena;" 79 Zane
street; C. H. Dinger,60 South Broadway;
John Mehlmann, Virginia und Broad
way streets; G. II. Wilson, XI South
Huron street; C. F. Paull, Penn and
Virginia; Robert Atchison, Bridgeport;
I J. E. Prosser, 532 Main street; \V. C.
Spargo, 44S Main street; A.^Korn. 700
' Main street; H. Scrlg, 05 Main street;
T. Montgomery, 2702 Clnpllne street;
Sam B. McKee, 2227 Market street; C.
Falloure, East Wheeling; T, .T. Cole,
Twenty-second and Main streets; ltoth
& Wendel. Thirty-eighth and Jacob; J.
J. O'Connor & Son. Fortieth and Jacob;
Hydlnger & Rcmke, 4206 Jacob; B. L.
Hibha, McMechen. /
Martin's Ferry?Barrett Company;
Louis Rothermund. L. L. Scheele, I lil
derbrand & Company, Ishmael Cox, J.
E. Groves and W. H. Bohroy & Com
pany.
Dr. Mabee'a Strong Tonic promotes
the appetite, aids digestion.-purines the
blood. CUBES Liver and Kidney trou
bles and makes the weak strong. For
sale at thcabove grocers at 65 cents per
pint bottle.
?'Fourteen years ago I had a sli^htdtroko of
paralysis. Overwork brought on nervous
prostration. I was oxcoodlugiy neryous and
the exertion of public spealtfufe caused
heart palpitation that threatened my llto.
I used two bottles of flr. MlloifjSffw Heart
Cure fcVr my heart trouble, and two of Dr.
Miles' Uestoratlvo Nervluo for my iervous
nrss and feel better th'an I ovor dipected to
feel ajtiin. I can speak for hours without
tiring or having my heart iluttor as it for
merly did, and I haVo you to'thank that I
am alivo today.')
On sale by all druggists. Dr. Miles' Book
on Heart and Nervous Disorders FREE by
mall. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhnrt, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Restore Health.
For full particulars acdtatalogno address
11. c. h.u;i:kman\
jy<-DAW Bethany, ,\Y>Vo.
Mrs. HART'S---**
School for Yoimg;
Ladies and Children,
131Cnnd 1UIS Market Street,"
WHEELING,'w. VA.
t th annual ?ewdon begins DIONDA.Y, SKI*
Ti MiSKii i t, itsno. This school offers 11
com pie to arid thorough education in 1'r.^nCAL
F' OUMt. MXTIIES ATlCH, EKOLI.SU CLASSICS, UAT1.V,
Mom.um Languages find Ki/jcutios.
ART STUDIO. conducted by Mrs. Eva Hub
Lata, f.^cr* superior advantages for 1'cqcH,
'-'hatcoal. Water Color, Crayon Drawing t&nd
1'tdming. 'xl
h"y* tecoived In tho Primary and Inlormthll
t!f> hei-artioonU. ? For circular* or inlervlinr,
?i piy to
MRS. M. .STKVUN'S ll.lUT,
. W JS0 I'rlncln.l. Wh-tllnn. tv.
HOLLiriS INSTITUTE
"oti;toi;kt hi*jun<Ts. viurti.siA,
? *?r 17ft Yoinu; I.mly liotird?*rH. Tint |nr?r?t
?ri'l nio*lmi*rii(l*n|y frjulptimi In Virginia. Kclcotln
AncliMit aiid,>rn?liTii:I.iiHKiinsr?,
i.lif-rutiirr, .SrlritiM'H, JIiihIc, Art and J-Mo
' "iiKii. i?nil tcnohiTM. Sitnatod In yalloy
, r>Mr Itoftnuko. .Ilniiiiiiiln ^e^?llrry.'
'??t shot* ?r\ |??nl. Mlii.TAl MrnU'TK. 6ltli nowluu
ith, ik5fl. I'or lllns. OntdlKL'tmnililri***
CI 1 Art, I.. C(JCliiI,au|?l., llultliiN, Ya.
jyit-mw&f
1'xpprinicnlal rnijl .Mmlcl Work I'or Invcnlors.
Mnetrle rfmJ 31 nrlinufial Iiislrummt Co.?
MAMUKACTURKIUOK
IiihIriiHiutils ? mill ? Sjinitll - Machinery
ok Kvi:jtr bwjiiinion, ?'f,*!
*>y\9 108 Miulflillolil ?t? 1'ittnhiirgli, I'ji.
IN THE COURTS OF EUROPE.
lUlilittl the fcrnm villi llif Mobility tifthe
Old U m ill.
- Lord Cromer ntul Cloncrnl Sir Her
l>ert Ktfrhener appear lo have boon
reiitlerlfitj tlieuuclvcs guilty of one or
tlw?i> lm\aclws or met nml courtesy
which lin-vo contributed so much to
?liimiiRc thoMiopttlarlty of ltrltlnh ruli*
In Knypt and to (I on troy In (he minds
both of 1litj'Kht?iUvo*nntl of bin peopld
tiny feeling of griitltluli) for all tlwwi
benetlls. llimuclal, administrative nml
moral, which huvo been conferred upon
llii'in by their English protector* nml
self-Imposed friends.
Tims, the other duy, ns noon an ever
the new* of Sir Herbert'* victory over
the dervishes at Ferlte beenmo known,
quean Victoria nt once Kent n dlspu'tci,
congratulating the troop* on thelr'vlo
tory. This meiwniio wns published by
Sir Herbert In his order of the duy and
rend out on parade to the troops, who
received It "ait the present" and with
every demonstration of military honor
nml respect. Moreover. Sir Herbert sctit
a reply to the queen, conveying the
"hllmblo thanks" of the forces for"Your
Mnjt sty's most Krneloun message."
Simultaneously with the dispatch
from the queen Sir Herbert received an
equally appreciative telegram from the
young Khedive, congratulating both
him and the troops on the victory. Yet
Sir Herbert took no notice of this mes
sage and abstained from communicat
ing It to the army. Nor did he oven take
the trouble to acknowledge It In any
way until n full week Inter, when In re
sponse lo an Inquiry from Cairo as to
whether he'had received the telegram
rrom his HIglnioss, ho sent a brief dis
patch to the Khedive, thanking htm in
the ctirtest possible. fashion for his
"amiable message.
Now, It must be borne In mind that
none but Egyptian troops took part In
the engagement at Ferltet: that Sir
Herbert Is employed, not by the queen,
but by the Khedive, who pays him
close upon $20,000 per annum for looking
after his army. Moreover, the handful
of English officers engaged In the tlgh>t
were every one of them wearing the
cloth of the Khedive, and In receipt of
his handsome pay.
Under the circumstances Sir Her
bert's breach of courtesy and tact In
this matter Is simply unpardonable, and
can only be ascribed to the bitterness
which he still harbors against young
Abbas for having presumed at a re
view held two years ago at Assouan to
criticize the marching of one of his own
Egyptian regiments. His criticism,mer
Ited and wild though It wns, called
forth such a display of temper then and
there on the part of Sir Herbert, wiio
regarded it as a reflection on the teach
ings of his otllccrs, as to necessitate the
Intervention of Lord Cromer, who com
pelled Kitchener to apologize, the
Khedive at the same time Issuing a
general order expressing his apprecia
tion of the services rendered by the
English officers In his employ.
Lord Cadogan, whosu favorite and
most popular daughter. Lady Sophia,
has just become the wife of young Sir
Samuel Seott, the Intimate friend and
crony of the young Duke of Marlbor
ough. Is a mhn whose vast fortune.Is of
altogether modern creation. Indeed, at
l the time of his birth. In the same year
as the Prince of Wales, there was 110
Idea that he would develop Into one of
the wealthiest of the mulll-mlUlonaire
ground landlords of the metropolis. Up
to that time. Indeed, the Earls of Ca
dogan were looked upon as rather poor
nobles, and what land they did own In
London consisted chiefly of slums, most
of them of a distinctly disreputable
character. Much of-this land was not
built upon at all. and In the very center
of Upper Chelsea, where the< ultra
fashlonable Cadogan Square now
stands, was the large cricket ground
known as "Princes."
It was only some time after his mar
riage to Lady Beatrice Craven, so re
nowned for her prowess in the hunting
Held, that the tide of fashion set in the
direction of Chelsea, and that Lord Ca
dogan became aware of the opportunit
les within his grasp. Between the years
of 1S75-S5, the so-called Chelsea recon
struction scheme was In full blast.' and
to-day Oh' site of the former slums
and cricket Held ts.occuplad by street
upon street and square upon square of
the most costly and valuable houses
and mansions in London. Moreover,
much of this land was sold vacant on
"ninety-nine year" leases, and has
since been built upon, the houses be
coming the property of the ground land
lords on the expiration of the lease, the
wealth of the Cadogan family beins
therefore bound to steadily increase in
glsantic strides as time rolls by.
The Chelsed property, 1 mav add.such
ns it was. came Into the'famlly through
the marriage of the.grandfather of the
present Earl to the heiress of Sir Hans
Sloane.the eminent physician and scien
tist. whose collections constituted the
nucleus of what is now known as the
British museum. Although the Cado
gan peerage?that is to>ay the present
creation thereof?only dates from the
time of the younger Pitt at the close of
the last century, yet the lineage of the
family is exceedingly ancient; It hav
ing been founded bya Welsh Prince of
Fuiys. who had a son named Cadocan
Jealous as are the English of their
superiority anri pre-eminence In all
questions relating to horses, it is worthv
of note that the Four-in-iland and
Coaching Clubs of London accord the
palm in driving and In Judging of road
sters not to a fellow countryman, but
to a Prussian a Baron von Dclchmnn
who, however, has spent so much of his
time In England ns to become wcll-nleh
a Briton.
An Intimate friend of the late em
peror Frederick who conferred upon
him the Htle baron during his brief
reign, has married one of those de Bun
sens (tlrls, whose father stood so close
to the late Prince Consort. The Baron,
who Is a banker, is a 'member of IK*
very smartest society, as well as of tiie
most exclusive clubs, and has achieved
that most difficult of all things, namely
to get himself accepted by the best Fne
llsh society as one of themselves In
spite of his belnc a foreigner
Ills stables are among the besl or
dered In London,and so constructed tlxit
they can \v. visited at any mom.-nt from
his house In Wilton street, by a passage'
loading directly from the dining-room.
The P.ar.on once had an unpleasant ex
perience with this house/Returning un
expectedly from, his country soat In
Germany, he found his London }>>me oc
cupied by a party of Americans, to
whom his unfaithful butler had .leased
it?furnished cellar and stables Includ
ed. 'Since then, no male attendant has
even been tolerated In the Haron's
house, and butler, groom of Um cham
ber and footman are all members of
the fair sex.
MARQUISE DE FOXTENOY,
%Vu* till* Kt'lltcry !
Atlanta Constitution: Suppose all the
candidates in Oeorgla. were made of
Judpe Hart's mettle? "When the Judge
cast his vote recently hA went Into the
country orr private bufuness. While
riding along he saw an industrious far
nior eu tit I murrain by the roadside of
whom he astf5d If he wan not going to
the polls.
"No," said he, "my crop needs me
and 1 cannot leave."
Whereupon the gallant, and patriotic
Judqe dismounted and asked him to take
his horse, ride to town and vote, while
he himself labored in his stead.
When the farmer returned the wweat
upon the face of His Honor and the
shelves he had gathered plainly told he
hud kept hl? promise.
That's tiie kind of candidate who
"works his way."
Think II Over.
Have you ever heard of a medicine
with such a record of cures ns Hood's
Sarsaparllla? Don't you know that
Hood's tfarsaparllla, the Qne True
j'.lood Purifier, has proved, over and
over again, that It has power t.i cure,
even after nil other remedies fall? if
you have Impure blood yoti may take
Hood's Karsapariila with the utmost
confidence that It will do you good.
HOOD'S PILLS assist digeulion. 23
cents. 1
d/. Miles' Pain Plllu atop Heudacho.
RESCUED.
| On Lnko Ki loN SliorcB?'Tlio Captain'*
lVlfo Tells tfio Slory?It Hill Inter
est .Many I'coplo*
From tlio lluffalo Evening Ncwn: If
you were to cull nt 27 Front avenue
you would find 11 pleauitfit elderly lady,
Mrs. Captain Ileneny by name, whose
husband ban ballod tho lakes fur many
u year, and when In port makes
homo In lUiffalo, N. Y. Iter kin
mnllo and Joyous manner are to
Hinull extent due to the eacapo Hbe Iiuh
had. Iiur own words can better do
scribe her rescue and one can cuHlly
understand her ptvsnt happy condl
Hon when they realize what sho lian
gone through. Sho says: "About (lv
months ago 1 had un attack of nick
ncsn which lasted for a week and alnco
that time 1 have been^uubject at
tervnla to similar attacks, some
which were longer In duration, it
hard for mo to dcscrlbo how I stiffen
Tho pain would commence In my head
after which It would soein to pass dow
my body and settle In my back, my
sides, ached, my back ached, and I had
n feeling of greut'dlstress In my bowe
Tho Increased pain which ner?tned
core from lying down, would be nl
most unbearble, my face and stomach
would .bloat up and I could hardly
stand on my feet, dizziness made It a
moat Impossible: this feeling was al
ways with me even after the violent
of the attack passed over. The lust at
tack 1 had was the worst, and was
bad 1 would not luivn have been able
tell this story but for Doan's Kldm
Pills. As soon as I commenced th<
use I found Immediate relief. The pain
in my back and shies left mo and the
dltzlness went with It: the bloating
my face and body disappeared and all
distress In my bowels was gone. I hav
great faith In Doan's Kidney Pills;
a short time they did a. great deal more
for ine than all rfce, plasters and medl
dues which I had retried to In seeking
relief ami cure. I hdpe always to be
able to procure them."
For sale by all dealers?price,
cents. Mailed by Foster-Mllburn Co
lJuffalo, N. Y? sole agents for the U.
6
FINANCE AND TRADE
The I'm turct of llir .Money mid Stork
Mnrktlt.
NEW YORK, July 16.?Money on call
steady at Uft-'A per cent;, last'loan 2
per.cent; closed at 2& per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 40516 per cent. Sterl
Ing exchange steady, with actual busl
ness In bankers' bills at J4 SS!*ififT4 S9 for
demand and $4 S7???4S8 for sixty day
Posted rates $1 S8Vi?4 SIP,*. Commercial
bills $18G',?(0 4 87. Silver certificates C'J?T
C9?ic.
The unfavorable Influences which ha
dominated yesterday's stock mark*
were again operative to-day and the
speculation was feverish, on a decided
Increase In the volume of business. The
Grangers. Industrials. Coalers and
Vanderbllts were foremost in tho deal
ings, and after an almost uninterrupt
ed decline in the general market lead
Ing to breaks of 104 per cent in the
leading active shares, recoveries were
generally made in the last hour, bring
ing prices up to about rhe opening !lg
ures. The depressing factors included
Mr. Vamlerbllt's illness, the decreasing
government gold reserve, further weak
ness in government bonds. Increased
strength in the foreign exchange rates
and estimates of aggregate engage
mpnts of gold for Saturday's and Tues
day's of next week's steamers, ranging
from SJ.OOO.OOO to $4,500,000. There was
no news bearing upon the general sH
uation aside from the considerations
above noted and the rally in the last
hour was on extensive covering of
shorts based on unverified rumors of
the completion of a syndicate for the
purpose of purchasing a. $100,000,000
block of government bonds. There was
also evidence of.support at th?.extreme
low points by powerful financial Inter
ests. Moderate buying of <he leading
International shares for foreign nccoun*
waa also noted. The market opened un
settled and fairly active and closed
strong In tone.
Railroad bonds were active and weak
on sales of $1,568,000.
Governments were quiet and weak for
the new Is and 5s. Net losses in each
case were slight after an early break
of -"H per cent in the new 4s coupon to
112*4. M
Silver certificates were slightly high
er on sales of $10,000 nt 6SThC.
The total sales of stocks to-day were
437.552 shares.
Evening Post's London "financial ca
blegram:
The stock markets were dull through
out to-day and even flat. American
shares were especially heavy.
The character of business everywhere
remains very slack.
The Continental markets wore dull.
Paris exchange has fallen to within
{ihout a point of the gold point.
RONDS AND STOCK QUOTATIONS.
New U. S. 4s registered 111*%
New IT. s. 4s coupon..; 112*4
t'. S. f>n registered llo'.-j
U. S. 5s coupon lllVj
U. S. 4s registered 107
V. S. 4s coupon ]07Vj
1'. S. is registered ?."?
Pacific fis of 03 lOO'/i
Atchison 12
Adntns Express 115
American Express 107
Halt I more & Ohio ir,?{.
Canada Southern 4:i"t
Central Pacific li'-j
Chesapeake & Ohio PI'v
Chicago & Alton 1W
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy fiili
Chicago Gas MV*
Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chi. & St. L.... 2P,
Colorado Coal & Iron ?%
Cotton Oil Certifies!ten S%
Pelaware ft. Hudson 117
Delaware. Lackawanna & Western..,.14'JV-j
Denver Ulo Grande preferred IP*
Distillers' & Cattle Feeders* Co 11 *.?
Erie u Vj
do first preferred .11
do second preferred ls'i
Illinois Central Stoft
Kansas & Texas preferred l!i
Lake Erie & Western ir-Vj
do preferred I'd1,
Lake Shore 13!P.{
Lead Trust 2<',<i
Louisville & Nashville 4t!,?.
Michigan Central
Missouri Pacific ISVj
Nashville & Chattanooga OS "
National Cordage ?.? 4
do preferred 7*4
New Jersey Central H.T
Norfolk & Western preferred ..; n
Northern Pacific C.'S*
do preferred 11*',
Northwestern .1 !H*i
do prefurrod MS
New York Central .T !?l*a
New York New England ;i7
Oregon Improvement
Oregon Navigation 12
Pacific Mall |?i-ij
Pittsburgh liva/j
IN-adlng .../. lift
Itoek Island M
St. Paul 72
do preferred 121'-j
St. Paul & Omaha 2\\\
ilo preferred I22li
Sugar Refinery ;....10R
Tenne.?se?i Coal Iron 17',,
Texas Pacific CU.
Toledo &. Ohio Central preferred 70 "
Vnlon Pacific ilr>;
United Stati-s Express 4".
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Mi
do preferred Ifiifc I
We||? Fnrgo Impress 00
Western Union 7fl!J
Wheeling K- Lake Erlo 7'f,
do preferred 25
Gennrnl Electric 2P.4
I.VH. Leather preferred I!i
Tobacco :>x'i
do preferred SKI
111 riulstoOi mill 1'>ovMi>im.
CHICAGO?In spite of tumbling
prices In Wall street and the -weakness
In local securities lo-dny, wheat held Its
own and Improved a shade over yester
day's close. Tho export Inquiry con
tinues good and Paris cables reported an
advance there equivalent lo 2%o.' Corn
wad heavy on fine crop prospects. Oats
showed firmness on bad crop reports,
Urod\lalo"rJV^' W'nl< ai'"'nK lly
^'^9' I'H'tll"'*! lilt',||l
cr ruber r.i?r,SH,5ir,*!!,c.
(.'om-Caiili: No.':',' 27?27Uc; No. 3
ye Imv 2iH?i_27',(,o: July s?si?.27?20?iei
WW**?** ?'?* ?!i?
Na -? lO'MHie; No. 2
y1''1'No. .1 wlilts ISWIIlBi July I8)(,
Siyv?ivfilSS7,t;.r )",'iwio7i?,#T4ci
llyo?N... 2 .'Jt)0.
? Hurley?No. 2 2!W32c; No. 3, 20fl>27c.
Haxsoocl-No, I. 7u^7?u,u,
J liiiol!iynwcl-i?r|me M 86.
n iiV1 u 'V,,y't' <a '11, i"'1' barrel w "."IP
0 JO. September HI 40ft (i OTWiffl 45; Or
?? 4o? 7 ?iv? J,l,,t|ary *7;ts
Lurcl-Cnj.il. |km* 100 IIih M 55; BopU'tn
?Mr i i?',I*: r>?to??r?r $:t 70?
.1 mi3 iC; January 91 ooft-l o.V(M 00.
Short ribs?Cash, shU* $3 500.1 65;
pWW 'i'Hr:! CO; October
January cloned at
J. 75. Dry HluxildurH 3%?4c.
bhort clear side*
Whisky?Distillers finished Rood per
Rail011 $| 22.
rt.!,,lt!^T;VarUpt ,ln11 f10'1 ea?y; cream
oil-s lOtfTlfifcc; dairies !?fi)l2c.
Cheese?Dun at r.y.irluu-c.
lpJ'KB8~"Demand rooVI for fresh ut Dtp
NHW YOIUC? Kl.>ur. receipts IS,800
uarrela; oxports 5,720 barrels; market
quiet, Jan fairly steady. Wheat, re
ceipts i.OOO bushels; export* 41,400 bush
el"; spot market steady; No. 2 red 0,1 ftc;
?>o.1 nard Ojifce; options opened steady
and closed unchanged to Uc higher;
1 September closed
Corn, receipts no,100 bushels;
exports 1 <,000 bushels; spot market eas
ier; .no. j, a3V<jc; Options quiet and Ren
orally weaker; closed %c ntt lower;
oVv at September closed
at 33^0. Oats, receiptm 251,100 bushels;
exports JW,eoo bushels; spot market
!!!??,??' .^u' ?' ,-1 V4c: options ruled
steady. thouRh dull; closed partially
/*o higher; July closed at 2l%c; Sep
tember closed at 20?(,(.. Tallow dull. Cot
tonseed oil nominal. Rosin quiet. Tur
pentine quiet. Jtlce and molasses steady,
nay sti-udy. Hides flrm. Hops dull.
!i?r?,,l0?dy- l!V(,f Cutmeats
?i. 1! Laid steady; refined quiet. Pork
utiii. coffee, options closed barely
steady at 5fc 15 points net decline. Sugar,
raw quiet, but steady; refined quiet.
I3ALTIMORIC?-Flour steady and un
changed; receipts 20,400 barrels; ship
ments ..,000 barrels. "Wheat quiet and
steady; spot and month SD-TifiCOc; Sep
tember CO^UfCO^e; receipts 108,200 bush
els; exports 48,000 bushels; southern 58?
G c Corn easy; sjv.t 32032%c; August
and ^September 3l*i@32e; receipts 39,
O'.'f) bushels j exports 1.14,400 bushels; I
so ut Ik* rn wnlte and yellow corn *34c.
Oats steady; No. 2 white western 22'Afl) I
vJ? P!H S,'S0? bushels; exports ,
loO.OOO bushels. Rye quiet; No. 2 west
(wV .,V?? to ?rm; eholce tim
othy JIG 00@16 50. Sugar steady and
unchanRtd. Rut tor quiet and steady
and unchanged. IOijrs weak and un
chayjRed. Cheese firm and unchanged, i
ft C1 ^1 ^ATI?I'"Ioi,r quiet. Wheat
nrm, No. 2 red 57c; receipts 3,500 barrels;
shipments 500 barrels. Corn, dull; No
; m!xed 27'ic. Oats tlrm; No. 2 mixed
1 c* ,^5-c.quiet; No. 2. 27c. Lard, easier
at ?3 50. Rulkmeats dull at $3 75
Ltacon easy at 54 75. Whisky steady;
sales a3o barrels at $1 22. Rut tor steady,
bugar tlrm. Errji dull at 7c. Cheese
barly steady.
1 D *11 r A?13 u t ter, ma rket
unchanged; fancy western croatnery
Ji?.2c;. Rggs steady; fresh nearby 12c;
steady3 11'=^'1-c- Cheese quiet bu:
Mve Klock.
N'" many l?wf cattle
went atMiVtf St 30. but fair to K.iod steers
Kolng at $3 90Q't 25; veal calves were
Jtrm. a sood many choice selllnR up to
JjiiO. Cows and heifers of choice qual
ity were tlrm. Ho^a in Rood demand.
There were early sales or fancy IIkIu
w-6fl* ,)ut htter the best went
at .SoOft.liV; Choice medium butchers'
sold around Mto and late in the day not
"?'I'1 over j:!25. Sheep, na
il.VI 9?63 to. a few extra around
*?? ??? choice yearlings SIOOMIT.i; com
mon to fair lambs onat 00 and fair
7. 5???. t'r'ui"s !t T5?r' M- Recetpts
MSV'V 1?"a: ealv,'H 400 head: h?Ks
-0,01*0 head; sheep 14,000 head
EAST LIHKHT1*?Cattle, market
' IIoks. receipts llcht; market
m it prime Ught ? SO; prime
r;'-",',-ivrlKh,!t vorker3
la (?o5i3 ,o; heavy hogs $3.25fi*3 40;h-avv
nrlrn Shw''' n-e.'lpts lisht";
? *"? "-"""J 5:1 Wn< 00; fair
'"o3 ??: common S2 50?f3 10; ralr to
Bood yearllnK, p ::.??? 25; sprlnK lambs
?- uuti. 50; veal calves $5 00?0 25.
CINCINNATI ? Hugs active and
strong at S2 .00^3 55; receipts 1,500 head
shipments 100 head.
Wool.
<wb,vDt?^7'V !h0 ?ale.
to ua> l.?.3SC bales were offerei
which 1.000 were withdrawn. The
t<. ,i... .. V : " ""t-non k
to-da> 1;?.3SC bales were offered of
which 1,0(10 were withdrawn. The super
ior sreasy grades of wool were Kea?r
ally tinner and cross-breds showed an
upward tendency. American buyers
a??roi Tll- sal('''' were
as^follows; .N,.(v Sotith Wales?3.35'
bates;; scoured 6d?ls r,d; creasy
ir \m 'hales; scoured
fa : SronsS' S_V6S?3H<1. Victor
,?~"otK) bales;scoured 7H?l0'Ad:cTe/mv
*?4@llHd.^South Australia?U53 bales'
Si??!0?. 4"'t,1'?!s -d: R*"0?sy 4Vi5?Sdl
^."n River? 14S bales; scoured lOV-l?'
lid; greasy 5J?Sd. Tasmania?00 bales*
greasy ?*4<<7*10:1. New Zealand?
bales; soured 9dJ?is 2^d; greasy 6%@
:l of f,0?d Hope and Natal?
4i ^7d : SOOUre,I. 4d; greasy
NEW YORK?Wool quiet.
Ory KooiU. ? /
XKW YOHK?lt was a very slow
market as far as new business was con
cerned, for while a Kood number "(
i ?". ,W,;ro ",plr time was
ffhen to shonpinsr. ihornih orders took
n Rood quantity of stuff of a mlseella
f]u0ted^?X'?cloths' not
I'elt-ulriitn.
..!?"? CITY?Credit balances SI 03; eer
lmves/'siX1"1!' al, "?4.; highest 5101;
km est SI 00; closed nt JI01; sales 1,000
barrels; no clearances. This is the llrst
hat corlMnitos oil has sold at one dol
.iauuary 31.' ISM. Shipments
uii.SOO barrels; runs OT.SOS barrels.
N"1';\V YOHIC?Petroleum wealt;Penn
.^Oh'oortUo
Mrinln.
.n'^V v,nllK?rit-' Iron weak, cAipper
Itiii UlrikN Arnica Knlvc.
The best salve In the world 'for cut,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fX
sot cs. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and ?|| pUU, eruptions, ami pi"u
tlvelj cures piles, or no pay required
it Is BUtiratlteed to give perfect satis'
faction or money refunded. Prico ?
cents per box. For sale bv l ,n J."J
faction or money refunded. Price
Conipany, lu'' ?""u ^nan?rug
IT is not a mlraelo.' Jt won't m.n
ovorythlng, but It will cure pllt>'} That'll
what peWitt's Whch Ila.el Salvo
NMJl do, because it
It In hundreds of cases. Char?"
Ireel" T''',iv',:n';'';.T"'Plah M,!rl!e
sin j. is, i .owle Ar Company, Uridiroimi f ?
l'eabo.dy & Hun, Itenwood. S P?, '
CjrAL\1 IM'JHLAlN'S Cough Homedv
euivs colds, croup and whooping courh
w!'n!'ri,^,1^,y!rrlsS?SnIfl"f!;
^V^^/n^Vil.'.v <'r ;
BUSY people have no i'lme anri !
slble i>eoj?it! havo. no Inclination to iml
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
I8S2,
1S<56.
JOS. GRAVES' SON,
IHUI.IH in
Wall Paper, Stationery anil Wank Ms,
cja.vsivr. aokntm von tub
DOWNING SLBISPINO COUCH.
NO. 50 TWELFTH STIlKlvT.
ANOTHER CUT
-IN
HAMMOCKS!!
Any Hammock in our stock can
be bought at cost.
CARLE BROS'.
iaoB
j Markot Stroot.
20 Per Cent Discount!
From our LATE LOW PRICES on
all HAMMOCKS in stock is
moving tliem rapidly. Too
much rainy weather means too
many Hammocks.
STANTON'S
OLD CITY
BOOKSTORE.
AT HARD TIMES PRICKS!
All of tbo latest Magazines nod Cheap
liook*. llaio Rait (ioo<U, Fool Ralls.
Croquet and Hammocks. All at hard
limes prices.
C. H. QUI7WBY.
I jj8 1414 Market Street.
INSURANCE.
REAL ESTATE
'TITLE ? INSURANCE.
If you purchase or make a loiaonratl
estate havo ttio title Insured by tha
Wheeling Title and Trust Co,,
NO. 1313 MAKliKT STRUCT.
I H. M. RUSSELL L. F. STIFEL
President. Secretary.
| C.J. RAWLING. S.L SINGLETON*.
Vice President. Aw'tSeerotary.
G. R. E. (ilLCUKIST. Exatnlnor of Title*.
dol7
1
STEAMERS.
FOR CINCINNATI.
LOUISVILLE, LOWER
OHIO. NASHVILLE.
, ST. LOUIS. MEM PHIS.
I NEW* ORLEANS and
4 Intermediate points take
I palatial steamers of the
Pittsburgh & Clncln
nntl Packet Line, leav
ing wharfboat, foot of
Elev.'Nui oircict. as follows:
Steamer KBYSTONB STATE, Charles
W. Knox. Master; llcnry 0. Best. Clerk;
every Tuesday, s a. m.
steamer VIRGINIA, leaves every Sun
day at S n. ni. T. S. Calhoun. Master;
Robert H. Kerr, Clerk.
For Freight or passage telephone 030.
CROCKARD & BOOTH.
ja25 Agents
RAILROADS.
OHIO ItlVIiK KAILROAI) CO.
On and after Sunday, July 12. 1S06. Pas
senger Trains will run as follows: ? Daily.
fDaily except Sunday.^ Eastern Time.
SonIh~Round. 1 7 | 5 1 3 | 1_
p. m.lp. m.la. m.
?4:13 I 12:01 *6:25
- 6:10
Wheeling. .....
Hen wood
Moundsvllle. . . .
New Martinsville..
Slstersvlllo
Friendly
St. Mary's. ....
Wllllamstown. . .
Pnrkersburg. . . .
Rellovllle
Havens wood. . . .
Ripley Landing. .
Graham
0:31
1*:I5
0:51
10:181
10:32
11:;*,7
p. m.
12:15
.IPJ5:
North Hound. I 2 |
New Haven. . . .
Mason City
Clifton
Point Pleasant. .
Galllpolls Ferry .
Huntington
4:30 12:15
4:50 12:33
1:25
1:47
2:00
3:03
6:37
8:00
S:2t
8:35
9:00
9:34
1 I
3:40 10:10
4:11', 10:40
4:40, ii:io
5:03[ 11:32
5:32i 11-.5S
p. m.
5:42 12:07
5:55 12:1G
6:0o 12:21
C:33, 12:48
7:10 1:20
S:20| 2:20
S:4o| 2:M
p. m.|p. ni.
6 | 8
Wheeling. ....
Hen wood
Moundsvllle. . .
New Martinsville
Slstersvlllo. . . .
Friendly
St Mary's
Wllllumstown. .
Pnrkersburg. . .
Hellevllle
Havens wood. . .
Ripley landing.
Graham
New Haven. . .
Hartford
Mnson City. . . .
Clifton
Point Pleasant.
Galllpolls Ferry.
Guyundotte. . . .
Huntington. . . .
Kenova
|p. m.lp. m.la. in.
' 13:23 ?6:3o'lM0:l3
3:10 ?:H3I 10:20
2:06
1:47
1:35
1:0S'
, 12:32
lp. in.|
11:35
11:25
10:33
10:33
10:12
10:05!
10:oi
l?:.*"
5:05
4:5.
4:2'
3:5?)|
i 3:10
2:34
2:?W
1:3*
1:13
1:07
I :02
lS:fi"
lo-.as
0:12
8:45
8:33
s:or.
0::i| 12:54
9:27 j 12:28
|p. ni.
9:0ft 11:53t
7:53 10:50
7:45 10:10
7:25 10:20
i.i. m.la. in.!
10:05
9:23
8:30
8:28
8:02
7:54
7:48
7:28
7:12
5:30
5:20
| ThcClovelantl, Lorain S Whoellng It. R.
Tltno Card In Effect May 21. 1S9C.
GOING SOUTH.
I Valley Dep. Clove...I
Lester Junction |
Lorain
Klyrla
Grafton
Lester Junction
Lester
Medina ,
ChlppwNva Lake |
Sterling
I Wnrwb'k
Masslllon
Justus
I Canal Dover........
New Philadelphia..
I Ubrlchsvlllo ....Ar
Uhrlehsvlllo ....Do.|
| Hrldgeport .
Hellalro
8:10
7:00
.7:15
f :.Hoj
8:31
8:42|
s-.r
0:201
9:t"
lo;o.i
10:3.r
'10:42]
11 :?io|
11 :25
l:X
3::w
4:0!?|
4:1"
4:37
4:57
6:55
~:10|
p. m.lp.
?4:3f>
5:31
?4:10
4 :L8
4:4?i
f. :05
5:3f
5:4'j
6 :'H)|
c.: 1 r.
6:*
7:fti
7:52
8:0o
?8:20
1S:30
10:30
110:4S
17:30
7:45
8:01
1S:1L'
;u. m.
6:30
G:i',;
7:16
7:14
7:41
C.ulNG NOftTlX
|a. in.
a. in.,
"?11:50
10:49
?11:35
H:2l
11:07
10:50
'lo:45
10:37
10:ir
10:121
9:50
I Vallev Dep. Clove... 9:00
Lester Junction 7:5!'!
Lorain 9:15
Rlyrlu 9:0o
I Grafton K:45|
Lester Junction 8:27:
Lester 7:45
Medina ?MI
Chippewa Lake :32|
Sterling 7:15
Warwick
Masslllon 6:30
Justus J?:H 9:us
Canal Dover......... 5:45 8:.M
New Philadelphia... 5:3s .s-s
Uhrlehsvlllo ,...D?. 5:20 8:10
Uhrlehsvlllo Av.jn. in 8:10
Hrldueport j 6:13
Hellalro A *6:00
Fleetrio cars between Uilducpurt~and'
Wheeling.
?Dally between points marked ?
ISununys only hot ween points tnnrked t
All other trains dally exeopt Sunday.
For throuRh tickets or any Information
consult any ugent. or addresn M. G. Car
rel, CI. P. A., Cleveland, Ohio.
p. m.|
?6:15
#fi:ir?|
6:21
6:o:t
5:41,
5:io
5:oo
4 MS
I
4:lo]
3:4.'
3:30
3:?m
2:35
12:40
p. in.
8:15
7:58
7:2t!
7:i:i
7 :oo
7:00
5:oo
4 M0
liastorn
Schedule In effort May
17. 1 ml.
MAIN* LINE EAST.
For Baltlmoro, Phil
adelphia and Now
York. 12:25 and 11:10 a.
ni. and 3:40 p. m. dally.
Cumberland Accommodation, 7;0G a. m..
dally except Sunday.
1 Grafton Accommodation, 3:40 p. m. dally.
Moundsvllle Accommodation. 7:00 and
8:30 a. m. and 6:00 p. m., exccpt Sunday,
I and 11:00 p. m., Saturday only.
I ARRIVE.
From N>w York. Philadelphia and Bal
timore, 8:20 a. m.. dally.
1 Cumberland Express, 4:25 p. m.. dally,
Cumberland Accommodation, 7:45 p. ni..
I except Sunday. .
Grafton Accommodation, 10:10 a. ttl*
dally.
Moundsvllle Accommodation. 7:10 a. m..
^xofpt Sunday: 10:10 a. m., dally: 1:25 ana
7:45 p. m.. except Sunday, and 10:40 p. m.,
Saturday only*
TRANS-OHIO division.
For Columbus and Chicago, 7:35 a. nu
I and 3:45 p. m.. dally.
' Colymbus and Cincinnati Express, 10:13
x. m.. dally, 11 :-i0 p. m. dally, except Satur
I day. and 2:40 h. m. Sunday only.
1 Sandusky Mall, 10:15 a. m., dally.
Zanesvllie Accommodation, 3:10 p. m.,
I dally. #>xc*pt Sunday.
Sc. Clalrsvllle Accommodation, 10:15 a.
m. and 3:20 p. m.. except Sunday.
1 ARRIVE.
Chicago Express, 1:15 a. m. and 11:59 a.
I m.. dally.
Cincinnati Express, 4:50 a. m. and 5:30 p.
m.. dally.
Sandusky Mall. G:30 p. m., dally.
Zanesvlfifi Accommodation, 10:50 a.
dally, except Sunday.
St. Clalrsvllle Accommodation, 10:50 a.
I m. nnd 5:30 p. m.. dally, excrpt Sunday.
1 WHEELING & PITTSBURGH D1V.
For Pittsburgh, 4:55 und 7:10 a. m. and
I 5:45 p. m.. dally, and 2:00 p. m., dally, cx
I cept Sunday.
For Pittsburgh and the East, 4:55 a. m.
and 5:45 p. in., dally.
1 ARRIVE.
From Pittsburgh, 10:10 a. m.and 7:00 p.
I m.. dally; 11:30 p. m., dally; 12:20 p. m.,
exccpt Sunday.
1 ? CIIAS. O. SCULL. G. P. A..
Baltimore, McL
J. T. LANE. T. P. A.,
Who el lug. W. Va.
Pennsylvania Stations.
'ennsylvaDia Lines!
Trains Run by Central Time.
I Ticket Otllces at Pennsylvania Station oa
Water St.. Foot of Eleventh St.. Wheel
ing, at MeLure House, Wheeling, and at
the Pennsylvania Station, Bridgeport.
Southwest System?"Pan Handle ltouto."
?Daily. iDaily except Sunday.
From Wheeling to Leave. Arrive:
Wellsb'g and &teab*e.. 1b:25 am ts:uf> pm
McDonald and Pitts... 16:25 am 1S:05 pm
Now Cumberland 0:25 am 10:35 am
Indliinapolls and St. L. 16:25 am t5:15 pm
Columbus and Cincln.. 16:25 urn 15:15 pm
Steubenvllle Accom.... *11:05 an? 15:15 pm
Wcllsb'g and Stoub'e.. i6:25 am 15:15 pm
Philadelphia and N. Y. 112:25 pin +2:23 pm
Steubenvllle and l'ltts. -1l2:2o pm 72:25 pm
Columbus and Chi 112:25 pm 12:25 pm
Phlla. and N. \ *2:55 pm *10:35 am
Baltimore and Wash.. *2:55 pin *10:35 am
Kteubenvillo and Pitta. *2:55 pm *10:35 atn
kjteub'e and Dennlson.. *2:55 pm *10:35 am
Pittsburgh Accou: 1ii:00 pin ]8:to am
Indianapolis and St. L. 18:30 pm 16:12 am
! Dayton and Ctnctn.... 18:30 pm 6:12 am
I Stcub'o and Columbus. 1S:30 pm C:12 am
I Northwest System?Cleveland & Pitts
burgh Division.
Trains run daily, except Sunday, - as
follows: , A a _
From Bridgeport to Leave. Arrive.
Stonbenvllle and Pitts... 4:53 am 8:50 am
I Ft. Wayne and Chicago.. 4:53 am 8:50 pm
Canton" and Toledo 4:53 am S:50 pm
Alliance and Cleveland.. 4:53 am 8:50 pm
Steubenvllle and Pitts... 'J:0i? am 10:t*5 am
Cleveland and Chicago... 1:10 pm S:5a pm
Canton ami Toledo 1:10 pm 8:50 pm
Alliance and Cleveland.. 1:10 pm 12:35 pm
Steub'e and Wcllsvllle.... 6:5S pm 7:5S am
Phlla. and New York 2:43 pm S:50 pm
Baltimore and Wash 2:43 pm 4:58 pm
Philadelphia and N. Y... 4:43 pin S:50 pm
Baltimore anS Wash 4:43 pm 4:5S pnt
Steubenvllle and Pitts... 4:43 pm 4:5S pm
Steubenvllle and Pitts.... 4:43 pin 8:50 pin
.1. G. TOML1NSON, Pass. Agent.
Station Foot of Eleventh and Water St?.
Wiicelinn & Elm Grovn Railroad.
On untl after Saturday. February 2, lSS* .
trains will run as follows, city tltno:
Leave Wheeling, i l<vavc Ifilm Grove.
^i^r~T,ni"ci]T,nrT,mejT,nr T'melT'rnT'ma
No. a. m.lNo. p.^in.jNo. a.jn.[No. p. m.
1.. .. 16:00 19.. .. 3:00
3.... 7:00 21.. .. 4:W
5.. .. 8:00 28.. .. 5:N
2.. .. 16:00120.. .. 3:0J
4.. .. 7:w 22.. .. 4:00
f... .. 8:0024.. ..
8.. .. 9:00:v... ., 6:oo
10.. .. 10:0012#.. .. 7:t>;|
. 11:00 30.. .. 8:tv;
p. m. 32.. .. D:w|
14.. ..il2:Oo|S4.. ..10:r-i|
16.. .. 1:00 36.. ..11:00
18.. .. 2:Q0|
1 Dally, except Sunday. "?*
Sunday -church trains win leave Elm
Grove ut 0:43 u. in., and Wheeling at 1,,,17
E. WEISGERBER,"'
7.. .. 19:00
9.. .. 10:00
11.. .. ii:oo
P- m.
13.. .. 12:P0
15.. .. 1:00
2:u0
i.v," ?? 6;W
a.... 7:oo
.. 8:00
31.. .. 9:M
33.. ..10:00
?11:00
li. E.
__Gencral Manager.
Wlieclliifi Brldno & Terminal Ry
C. O. BREWSTER, Recolvor.
Time, Tablo No. 13. to lako effect 12:01
a. tn., Sunday, November 19, is95.' ,
Leave Wncciing?)ii:45, gU:-iU a. m
12:20, *3:15, 14:30, Jt":tni p. m. ""
Leave Peninsula?1S:06, 19:51, 111:46. a.
m? 12:26, *3:21, 14:3d 59:06 p. ni.
Leave Martin's F?
Leave Peninsula?f*.'34, 50:14, a. tn,. *12:5L
54:11. 14:17, 15:25, 18:f.s p, ni. '"?
Arrive Wheeling?f7:40, J9:ro, a. m
?12:57, 14:17. 14:25. 15:31. 19:tfi p. m.
?Dally. ^ IDally except Sunday. {Sun
days only.
All trains will run on Eastern Tlmo.
J. E.JI'AU831Q. Superlntondent,
Arlilleinl Limb Jlf's. Coi'ESgjsi
kf Manufacture* the best gooiiii on tho
jQ nut'kot. l.liu1?3,*l*rii*N*>s,t>iipporton<,
M Crtitrheaotc. AUnnpplUiuT* forrorroctlngdo
If A w-THOMPSON. SEC'Y.il M0'n
4l3 5niliQc!J St, u??; iVit GL'ua. Pituborr
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