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HmTHTMtUV Mutrji in on dir. oSr)fe" • R.:-w«ly 1 I. •»n'->nir aiut5»ad it!»c»a»e«l lt • t - : ! i-opdii un of Ih* »s Dr»- I I' .•■ I «, Bi:»>'!««• V». Jatuultce, He*U«ch«, L, , , jj-.-u ;l,! .«r.u «te. It jv*nhli-*th»bow«!*.p«n- I f,x ' nfh«"» 'hi «•»••m, *««•♦»» litmtiaa. I Ali 1SVÀLVABL* VÎ.XIL* ÜBDICINK. tkâ .of t«- prove Its merit# " .\v"i » • < »»«TT»TIOS«. SCROFULA.! Vanderbllfa Money CoalJn*t Bay It. " The icnortb News »ad l'armer of this *wk says. Mrv fclizaheth Baker, Using within three miles of Acworth. rem arked that Vanderbilt'» fortan« could » : boy from r what six bottles oI Swift's dpec»Se door for her. Her statement is m follows : Foi thiit»-one yean I have sa Tiered almost death from tat borr.bie disea*, scrofula. For yean I was un âh> to do anything in keeping up my domestic lüiln. 1 ast < »ctober 1 was induced to try Swift'» specific, and used two bottles, and was to much ben timi by I: that 1 purchased four more from Messrs îiertheut A Johnson, which has almost eotlrelr t* ilered me I feel Uke a new person, and can dio at ist o» d housework. Before 1 took the 8. 3. S. mj life es» a burden, a» my eutlre person was coeerer sith «ores, and in this miserable condition 1 did no csrsio 1 had tried every known remedy, and CT case »as generally regarded as Incurable. I ha»* «eu treated by the beet phvslciana to no araiL most heartily recommend 8wUt'a Specific to the •■iiied. .V<e*n Northcut A Johnson, merchants at Ac •or. a. j»t: We know M rs. fclizabeth Hater pelso n ally, we ire familiar with h«r cass. She Is highly •isernol .a this «oaaa unity. Rheumatism Twenty Years. I Ii*to twea suffering from rheumatism far twenty j>*n, si r^ies with almost intolerable pain. I had the be»t m«dical treatment, and took ail sorts of remedi"» kut without relief. Being reduced almost . v :ston, and act V^sg abis to -ra'kssen with crfruhcs, I was induced to try Swift's Specific, and It acted like a c harm, and 1 am to- lay entirely rn lietnl. Ha»«' thrown away my cratchen and am in sicelient health 1 believe Swift's Specific will cure , /he worst caw« of rheumatism Una. ELuls Mkb.sU"!«, Macoa. Ga., Aug. 4, 'Si Communication. Wrrrurra, Ala., slept. 2S.1884. -About six^yaar» Vo I became afflicted with a very disagreeable skin . < aw. with Urge. drv v. re* and maay crusted pim [ MODUT face, hau ls and (boulder. The sore on ai y shoulder eat oat a hol« n«arly an inch deep, and the cancerous appearance of on« of the sore« near tny eye alarmed me eery much. I tried all kinds •f treatment, but found not king that teem«d to atf«ct the disease. I finally decide«1 to try 8. S. 8. on ad vice af a physician, aid in a short time the scahs dropped fro in the sores and left my skin smooth and «eil. I consider S. H. 8. the greatest blood medicine c.ade, and the only thing that will our« the disease with which I was afflicted. I think my troubl« was the result of a terrible attack of malarial lever, con tracted while farming in th« Tallapoosa n ver swamp. I can be found at my offloe in th« oourt house at Wetumpka. Ton can refer to me. J. L. Rhodes. Dep. Shortö Elmore Co.. Ala. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed frea. J Th k Swirr Sparine Ca Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa ■»Id by Laug hi in Bros. A Co. and Logaa A Co,, at •holesalaaad retail. Wheeling, W. Va. TUTTS m PILLS 25 YEASS IN USE. The Greatest Jfid^&l_Tnon^h of Um Ago! SYMPTOMS OP A TORPID LIVER. l.oMofayfcliir« Bowel« coat I to, Pali ta (he brad, wit« a dull kimUm la the back »»ft, Pain ndrr (be ahoaldrr blade, FuIIi«m after rttli|( with a dis inclination ta exertion of body or Bind, Irritability of temper. Low spirits, with « feeling of bavins neglected tone daty, Weaiiaeos, Dizzlneaa, Flattering at the Heart. Dota before the eyes, Headache er the right eye, Keatlesaneaa, with Ettal dreama. Highly colored 1'rlae, aad CONSTIPATION. TTTTT9 PlULS are especially adapted to such cases, ono dose effects such a change of fee! inj» ns to astonish the sufferer. They In créa -.e the A ppetite.and cauae the i <ly to Take ou Kleah.tbus the ayttem Is nonrlahod. and by tbt-ir Tonk- Action oa tue Oiireative Organs, Regular Stooiaaro TUTTS HAIR DYE. GbaT Hai* or Whiskies changed to • Glosst Black by i* single application of this DTK. Il Imparts a natural color, acts instantaneously, bold by Druggists, of sent by express on receipt Of #1. Office, 44 Murray St., Nsw Y orte. Manhood Restored. KutsoT Faaa.—A rlctta of Toothful lapra <enoa, oaaalng Praautura Daeay, garrot» Debility, Loa; Maubood, As., triad In Talaarary knows remedy, hM <Lsoo»erad artiup a aiaana of aolf-aar* wti ch ho «111 send KUKK to his (allow lutfersn A*lrasa I. H. KKirVBH. I Chaihaa 8t, WswTorfc The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter tale? Magnolia Balm is the charm er that almost cheats the looking-glass. Sorts of < • sorts of ails of need a cooling Liniment, harts und man and lotion. IUeewse LkW-KotM U4 p«Mi» About Pwkwiktri Peopl*. »«iW * Ike BüfiMtr. Farkmsbcro, Mat 26.—The license law enacted by the hut Legislature, and which gosa into effect on the 28th inst, is regarded by some of our attorney« as unconstitutional, nnd it ia learned that a well known legal firm haa advised their clients to risk tne consequences of a violation of the law. The I Uw effects lightning rod men, sewing ma- ; chine and music agents more than any , others, and we understand that the Singer 1 Scwicg Machine Company, on the strength i of their attorney's advice, have instructed ! s gents to go ahead without the ficenae, and if the authorities demand a compliance with the law, to stfffer the officer to "take the rig and sell it at his own risk," etc. Cspt J. N. Beckwith, together with his family, spent Sunday with his triendsin the country. Prof. John Mills, of Marietta, fiilled the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church on San V i?s Krimer Smith's school will close for the usual summer vacation on June 5th. Decoration Day will be observed in this city as usual Our city physicians report that Parkers burg is at ptaent in a healthy condition. One of our oldest and most esteemed phy- I sici&ns, Dr. E. D. Satford, is seriously 111. John Ebbart, of this city, has entered a i $10,000 damage suit in the Wood county Circuit Court, against the Sweetzer Oil Com pany. Mr. E. alleges in the atlidav t file 1 in the case, that he has been seriously and permanently injured by the defendant nom a fall received by the plaintiff about five months ago while passing along the county road in front of tne defendant's property. It seems that the company have a cable extending from the refinery across the road and down to the river and used for the purpose of transporting coal and oil from the river to the works. The cable as it crosses the road is exposed to view and only partially protected from the feet of pe- I desmans or hones in crossing the same, and it appears that while crossing the cable the engine started the car up the incline and tripped Mr. E. up, throwing him violently on the ground, inflicting a rupture for which he will be permanently injured, hence the suit He has retained as counsel Hon. John A. Hutchinson, D. D. Johnston and I ex-Gov. A. I. Boremm. POTOMAC. A Hatch Gam« of Bait« Ball—Personal Not«« and News. Swctal to l/ie Rtvùlcr. Potomac, W. Va., May 26.-—Your corre spondent had the pleasure of attending a match game of base ball played in Bjthany, Brooke county, on Sataiday, May 3, between the first college nine and the town boys. Fire innings were played and resulted in a Waterloo to the college nine, the score standing 3 to 12 in favor of the town boys We understand that the college nine have accepted a challenge to play the Trinity Hall nine of Washington, Pa , on next Friday, the 29th. We think the college nine had better practice a little if they want to get a smell. W. R. McElroy actcd as um pire. F. Muldoon has had quite a boom in the mercantile basiness during the past week as his customers were so plenty that he h%l to hire an additional clerk to assist him. J. 0. Curtis drew the prize clock at F. Muldoon's store, and seemed to be the most excited man in the town. W. F. Whittam, at a meeting of the Di rectors of the Farmers'fair ht Id here on Saturday, May 9, was eleced a director to till the vacancy caused by the resignation o' E. F. Jones. The coming fair pi omises to be one of the most successful fairs ever held here. The time for holding the fair his not been fixed yet Any one wish ng to be come a stockholder can do so by enclosing $2 to the secretary, E.F.Jones, at Poto mac, W. Va. The recent rains have been very bénéficia1 to the growing crops. BUCKHANNON. Floyd Sexton Elected Coanty Snp«rinten dent-School Levy—Notes, Special to the Regiittr. BroKHAxro.v, May 26.—Floyd Sexton was elected,County Superintendent by about 175 plurality. Buckhannon school district voted down the school levy. They are for no free school in this district for two years. This does not include Bockhannon borough, as it is an independent district Reports from Helvetia show that great damage has been done by forest tires. Chas. Fisher having a house burned. I'pshur will be with Hancock in their choice for Governor. We know of no bet ter man than Gen. Miller. Gen. Rattleburn preached at the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. FINANCE AND TRADE. ■«■«j 1 Per Ceat. •• 6oT<rnm<nti 0ji«t *n«l Strong—Stork* Dwll -Floor Dull t»n l l'irhangi-d-WliMt Nrw Yonx, May 26.—Money on call easy at 1 per cent ; prime mercantile paper 4@5 per cent. Foreign exchange, quiet at Governmkmts—Quiet and strong, closing quotations showing a ga;n ot Jcover figures this morning. Tkreee ootii I .—— ,, ,w Fear» «nd-a-taaü * -JC3 Fours oou pons Fiell« t&Mi at UM "»h Statk Seci rities—Strong. Rai'.ways—Active, and prices this even ing are generally higher; the sales were #1.694,000. Stocks—The market has been extreme'y dull and practically featureless. In no case did the total sales of any one stock on the list amount to as much as 16,000 shares. The extreme fluctuations, except in three or four instances, were within a range of I per cent, but prices were well held all day and the closing quotations gen erally are Ho } per cent nigher than last evening, with exceptional advances on New York Central of f and New Jersey Contra! I, while Louisville and Naahville is up $ per cent It ia not generally believed tnat any decided action tor restoration of rate« east of Chicago will be effected at present Transactions, 101,000 shares. Ctotnü FaelAe Peel*« »S 4saJü. J. Central... *7 gsr-rr« St Joe A Ural IÜIIW so* ntineireatoâ Northern P»d*e do preferred 39 Sortkwtmmrn W N.4ÎTasntr*l 2. *o let prelarTed_ 7'. Ohio de M prefer red ... , 1-M Oitèf« * Ai*»— fts 4o prsffrrsd _ «2 " do preferred IM Oregon TVmn- 14^ C & 4 g Ul«|P«dac Mail »■„ C. * r _ 30 'Putaau 9* kW: tor. ***==— Dntv* Bio Q sS£_,? iu ITrln h I, ^IPttlL Pit . rSKîîrî— l&i SS&ji— H. 4 »J«— *5*:« £SSSt=.-«ix "Rtäsr 1ÄS2£."^ Ä?aS&r.: gar.0—*-s «• *> 0. Inertem Union PBOOVOSL | Batter—Prime to choice creamery 24^ [25c; choice dairy 20e; common to fair [do 10@12; good to prime country roll 12Q [ 14c; common mixed Mock 5@6c. Slow [taiand. Beeswax—Quoted at 28@32e V lb. [ Beaan—Hand picked medium« $1 40@ [ 1 50 per bushel [ Dried Fruit — New evaporated pared peaches 26^28c; oapared do 15016c; raspberries IBQSto; blackberries 10c. [ New sundried, apples, quartered, 2J(S}3c; [ dead, t@7e; | encase, new hsJvea£}A8|c; J [do quarter* T|o; do naied I6ÔI80; J do blackberries 8c; do raspbemee 22($25c; | pitted cherries liÀI4o. New evaporated arfpiee 7<£3c. Markat on Dried Fruit ao» inal. demand »low. Choses Sales in a joUdng way of prim« miJ i Ohio «actory at W»i24c; New Yoeki - ■ • - -■ *. Feathers—Choice, 50055c in original packages, 405c more is cm all lots Hooey—Choice white ciover, 18020s; choice buckwheat, 16018c. Nate—SheJbarks.fi 2501 50; black wal nuts, 50060c; cheenuts $3 0004 00. Onion»—$1 00(&1 25 W baahel ; demand good ; onion aeta $3 0004 00 p*'r barrel. Pea»—Green, |1 5001 60 V bo.; split, 303} V lb Potatoes—55065c per bushel. Poultry—Live chickens, $.4 0003 25 ^ dozen; dressed turkeys, 12013c; do chick ens, 11012c; doducks 12013c. Good de mand. Rag»—Steady at 1J01 Jc for white mix ed cotton; 10IJc for all wool and 1 J10Jc tor mixed. Seeds—Sales of timothy seed at f 1 500 1 65 $ baahel; clover, small seed $6 250 6 50; large, |5 250 6 60, astoouaiity. Sweet cider—Country sweet f-t 00 per barrel. Demand fair. Lard—Country prime, 7$03c., demand good. Tallow—Country, 5$c; city, 6e; demand good. Mmw York. Ni* Yoax, May 26.—Cotton—Weak; middling uplands 11c; do Orleacs 11 3-16c; futures closed firm; Floor—Receipts 22, 4% barrels; exports -1,887 barrels; commoD to good extra western and State $3 500 4 :>0; good to choice $4 3505 80; common to good extra Ohio $3 5003 75; common to choice extra St. Louis $35005 75 patent Minnesota extra good to prime $5 25@5 50; choice to double extra $5 6005 80. Wheat —Receipts 234,175 bushels; exports 66,893 bushels; No. 2 Milwaukee 94c; No. 1 northern $1 01; No. 1 hard $1 04 J ; un - graded red 89®96c; No. 2 red 11 02\@ 1 02}; No. 1 .white fl 01}; No. 2 red June, sales 59,200 Duahels,at $1 01@l 02},clos ing at $1 01; July, sales 1,960,000 bushels, at $1 02 j@l 03}, closing at $1 02}; An gnst, sales 1,120,000 bushels, at $1 O3J0 1 05}, closing at f 1 04}; September, sales 328,000 bushels, at $1 O5}01 06}, closing at 11 05}; October, sales 32,000 bushels at $1 66£@1 OH, closing at $1 C6J ; Decern ber, sales 06,000 busheb, at $1 09$@l 10}. closing at $1 09f ; No. 2 sprin" July, sales 64,000 bushels, at 94@94}c. Corn—Weak receipts 252,82g bushels; exports 57,901 bushels; ungraded 53055}c; steamer 530 53}c; No. 2 53}c; No. 2 white 66c; western yellow 55}c; No. 2 May 53}053Jc, closing at 53}c; June 53053j|c, closing at 53c, July 53J@53£c, closing at 53}c; Augus' 53£054}e, closing at 54c; September 51^ 055jc, closing at 54jc. Oats—Fairly ac tive, closing steady; receipts 12,500 bush els; exports 2,360 bushels; mixed western 38(£39}c; white do 43045c. Hay—Firm an in lair demand; shipping 95c. Coffee— Spot fair; Rio steady at 8 |c; options opened lower but closed steadier; May 7c; June 7.00 07.05c; July 7.10c; August 7.1507.20c; September 7.2507.30c; October 7.300 7.35c; November 7.3507.40c; December 7.45(57.500. Sugar—Quiet but firm; re fined firm; powdered 707Jc; granulated 6; @6 1516c; cubes 6}06|c cut loaf and crushed 7jic; white extra C 5jc. Molasses Steady and quiet. Rice—Firm and in fair d-mat d. Petroleum—Firm ; United closed at 80Jc. Tallow—Steady and quiet. Tur pentine—Quiet and weak at 32}c. Ejjgs— Dull and easy. Wool—Quiet and heivy Pork—Heavy; mess spot $11 75012 00; estra prime $10 00. Beef—Steady. ^LarJ —Fairly active; western steam spot $•> HO @6 90; June $0 7506 90; July $6 850 6 90; August 16 90; October $7 1607 20; city steam $6 5006 55. Butter—Easier; western 9018c. Chicago. Chicago, May 26.—Fine weather and posted increase in the visible supply of wheat caused a weak market to-day. The market opened very weak ai.d sold off rap idly to a point, 1 fc under the latest figures yesterday, reacted jjc and closed steady on regular board. At 1 o clock another serious hreak occurred. At the alternoon session prices declined nearly 1 cent, reacted a trifle and closed ieverijh and unsettled. The decline provoked a strong selling movement which was joined in by the bears who have been hammering the market for several week«, and extended their lints upon first indications of a serious break. Receipts somewhat larger. Flour —Dull and weak, but quotably unchanged. Wheat—Higher consols and an incaease in the visible supply were a disappointment to many operators who had counted the reverse. The weather was fine the growing crop and foreign markets were re ported easy. The market opened jc lower, declined jc more, fluctuated and closed Jc under yesterday. Sales ranged: May 87 * 088lc, closed at 87}c; June 87ji@85ijc, closed at b9Jc; July 89Â09OJC, closed at 90Jc; August 91J092*c, closed at 92}c; No. 2 spring 87}©87}c; No. 3 spring 77}c; No. 2 red 95096c; No. 3 red 85086c. Com—Influenced by liberal receipts and tine weather, together with weakness in other markets, prices declined Jc, fluctuated and closed Jc under yesterday; cash 470 471c; May46}047Jc,closed at 474c; June l5|@46Jc, closed at 46Jc; July 45}046Jc, losed at 46 Jc. Oats—Fairly active; near futures opened Jc lower, then advanced £0 ^c, fluctuated and closed J©}c over yes teruM; cash 32} 033c; May 32 §c, closed at 32}fc532ic; June 32J@32Jc, closed at 32|c; July 2H032}c, closed at 32J032-}c. Rje—Dnli; No. 2 7ÎC. Barley—Nominal; So. 1 at 60c. Flax St*d—Quiet; No. 1 #1 38. Mess Pork—Fairly active, but feel ing was weak, prices decliniug 10©l2}c; cash $10 75010 80; June $10 72}@10 85c, closed$10 80010 82}; July$10 850 10 95, closed at $10 90010 92}; August $10 95 011 05, closed at $11 00011 02}. Lard Fairly active; prices 2}05c lower; cash $6 550 6 57}; June $6 57}06 60: Julv $6 6506 67}; August $6 72}06 75 Boxed Meat»— Qoiet; shoolders $4 000 4 05: short rib $5 37}@5 40; short clear $5 8505 90. Whisky—Hrm at $1 15. Sugar—Stronger; cutloaf 7Jc; granulated 7Jc; standard A 65c. Butter—Dull and weak; creamery 17019c; dairy 13@15c. Kroe—Firm at 12fàl2}c. Philadelphia PniLAPiLfHiA, May 26.—-Flour—Weak Wheat—Weak and unsettled; No. 2 red May 9£|@99c; June 99@l»9Jc; July fl 01J ©1 01$; August $1 03J(3)1 03$. Corn Weak; steamer No. 2 high mixed 53$c; steamer Not 2 mixed 53@53Jc; steamer No. 2 low mixed 52 Jc ; No. 2 mixed 52f(3l53e; No. 2 mixed May 52J@53c; June 52J(g'53Jc; July 55J^53jc; August 54Jc. Oats—Car lots unsettled and lower; rejected white 41@42c; No. 2 mixed 39c; No. 1 mixed 40c; No. 3 white 41 *c; No 2 do 42@43c; future« dull and unsettled; No. 2 white May 39}@41c; June 39}@ 39gc; July 39J@40c; August 36@39c. Butter—Dull and easier; creamery extras ll?<S*,19c; Bradford county and New York extra« 16c; western dairy extras 14@ 15c; western good to choice 12013c. Eggs— Quiet; extras 13J@14c. Cincinnati. CixcntiîATi, 0., May 2(5 —Cotton Quiet and unchanged; middlings lOJc Flour—Dull; family $4 15(^,4 40; fancy $4 75@4 90. Wheat—Dull, weak and lower; No. 2 red fl 02; receipts 10,000 bushels; shipments 325 bushels. Com— Weaker; No. 2 mixed 49J@50$c. Oats— Dull and lower at 36c. Rye^—Quiet bat 6rm; No. 2 fall 75c. Barley—Nominal Pork—Heavy at $11 25. Lard—Weak and lower at $6 37 J (2.6 40. Bulk Meats— Dull and lower to sell; shoulders $5 00; short rib $6 30; short c'ear $6 65. Whisky —Steady at $113. Butter—Doll and droop ing; extra creamer? 18@20c; fancy dairy 10(«&12c. Sugar—Firmer; hard refined 6} ®7|c; New Orleans 4}@5}c. Eggs— Lasier at 12Jc. Cheese—Weaker; choice fall cream 7@7Jc. Toi ad*. Tolkdo, O., May 26 —Wheat—Quiet j and weak; No. 2 red cash. May or June j 92}c; July 93]c; August, 95 }c asked; Na 2 toft $1 02 asked. Cora—Nominal; No. 3 I May, Ju»e or July 48 Jc; Aumut 49$c bid, j 49|c asked. Oats—Nothing done. UTB ROCK. TW mtM this week. Caxtle, f2 75(^ô 00 for all kinda. Hogs, fair «apply, active; 4&4} par lb. Sheep, 3}($4Jo. Calves, 12 0006 00 per head. Freah cow«, $20 00040 00. f»-* Liberty. Fast Ltbxktt, May 26.—Cattle—The demand for live stock contimiea light, with prices steady. The cattle market waa dull but unchanged; re^eipta 152 head; ship ments 19 head; no shipments to New York 5"hoffi^Very duU and «low; Philadelphia« $4 25(24 30; Yorker« $4 15@4 26; re ceipt« 300 head; «hipment« 5,600 head. Shijmenta to New York yeaterday, 2 car Shfep—Slow but unchanged; receipts 6,fc00 bead; shipmenta 5,200 head. Chicago. Chicago, May 26.—The Drovers' Journal report s: Cattle, receipts 6,500 head; ship ments 2,500 head; market dull, weak and 10c lower; «hipping grade« 14 60@a 6o; cows and mixed common Ç2 50@o bu, Texans 14 00@4 35; stocker« and feeders 13 60<£4 90. , . Sheep—Receipts 5,000 head; shipments 1,800 head; market Bteady, but rather slow; eborn $2 60@4 00; wooled $2 25@3 75. Boge—Receipts 22,000 head; shipments 4,000 head ; market dull and slow at 5@ 10c lower- rough packing $3 75(5^4 95; pack inl and aÊppTng $3 90@4 10; light *3 90 @4 15; «kips |3 15@3 80. Mew York. New York, May 26.—Beeves—Recant 51 car loads for exportation, 24 car loads for city trade slaughterers direct; no trading in beef cattle; dressed beef steady at 3® 9 jc per jound for common to choice city slaughtered; exporters used 230 live cattle, 2,000 quarters of beef and 400 carcasse« mutton. Sheep—Receipts 1,480 head; very little trading in sheep; four car loads unahorn Nebraska sbeep sold on private terms. Uoos — Receipts 2,640 head; marke« nominally quiet at $3 90@4 50 per 100 pounds. Cincinnati. Cincinnati, O., May 26.—Hogs—Weak; common and light, $3 25@4 15; packing and butchers, $3 7o@4 15. Receipts 570 head; shipmenta 440 head. Cincinnati Horse and Mule Market. Cincinnati, May 25.—During the past week the demand was very fair, and al- 1 though not quite bo active as that of the week previous, it was still in excess of the supply. Good draft horses, «treeters,drivers and saddlers are still wanted. There is no market at present for small mules. On Fifth street driving horses are quoted at $150@200; draft do ?150@225; strebten» jll0(a>130j Southern chunks $75®100j mules, aged four to eight years, 15J to 16 hands, $150@175; 15 to 15J hands, $125 @150. rnKOLiuVi OU CltT. Oil Citt, May 26.—Crude Oil—National Transit certificate« opened at 81c; high est 8ljc; lowest 80Jc; closed at 80}c. Sales 1,004,000 barrels; clearances 3,194, 000 barrels; runs 72,860 barrels; shipments 59,248 barrels; charters 43,063 barrels. Bradford. Brapfoko, Pa ,May 26.—National transit certificates opened at 80Jc; closed at ^Ojc, highest 811c; lowest 80Jc; runs not re ported; shipments 40,573 barrels; charters 44,003 barrels; clearances 3,30d,0(j0 bar relp. New York. Nkw York, May 26.—Petroleum—The market has been dull and prices heavy, the only activity being in early dealings, when certificates sold at 811c, an advanee over last evening of ljc. The price then sagged to BOJc, and closed at 80Jc bid. Pittsburg. Pittsbuko, May 26.—Oil—Business at the Oil Exchange was quiet and fair, an« prices were steady and firm; market opened at 80;c, declined to 80:jc, then rallied to sic, but weakened again and closed n 80 \c; daily production of Thorn Creek fiel is 7,:i00 barrels. t} KOCKKIES. Wheeling. I With the improvement in weather busi nees is looking up, and a comparatively active business may be looked lor in th. immediate future. A better feeling is verj noticeable with the buyer. Sugars—Have advanced since our last quotations. Cut loaf 7jc; Cubes 7}c, Fruit powdered 75c; Powdered 7-jc; Gran ulated Standard 7Jc; Granulated ordinal) 7c; Standard Confectioner's A 6$c; grocer'f AG]c; Pearl white A 6Je; Whiteextra C 5-c; Ohio valley C 5»c; golden C 5Jc; New York C 5c. CoFFKE9—Green coffee—Fancy Golden Rio 13c; Fancy Green 13c; Peabern 13c; Choice 12c; Prime 11c Good lOJc Fair 10c; Roasting grades 8@9c; Old Government Java 20c. Roasted coffee in packages—Arbuckle's 1 lb 13jc; Cardoba i lb. 13Jc; Dilworth 1 lb. 13Jc; Dilwortl Brunswick 1 and 2 lb. 17Jc; Levering E. L. C 1 lb. 13.1c; Levering Java 3 lbs 80c; Rising Sun 1 lb. 13c; Tiger 1 lb. 13c; Partola 1 lb. 8Jc, jc off in lots of 300 lbs of nnjonekind. Bulk Roasted—Old Govern ment Java 24c; Peaberry 14c; Choice Ko 13c; Prime 12c; Good lljc; Fau lige; Ordinary 10J. Rici. — Carolina head, 7Jc; Carolina choice 7c; Carolina prime 6}c; Louisiana 6Jc; Java pearl 6jc; Broken 3Jc. SYRrP8—Choice Sogar Syrup 30®3wc; Ordinary Sugar Syrup 23@28c; Honey Drips 28c; Sugar. House (dark) 20@22c; (3c additional in half barrels); New Crop New Orleans Mollasses. Fancy 52(^55c Choice 4^@50c; Prime 44@47c; Fair 45(3) 48c; Choice Bakers 30@35c. Provisions—Large S. C. Hams 9J@10c; , Medium S. C. Hams 10Jc;SmaIl S. C. Hame 11c; California Hams 7jc; S. C. Breakfas' Bacon 9c; S. C. Shoulders 6Jc; City Side* 8c; Bacon Shoulders 6c; Ham Beef 12c, Ordinary Beef 11c; County Sides 7}c. Lard—Tierce 7 jc; hall Ibarrels 7;c; tube 7Ac; buckets 8c; tin pails 3 lb 8ije; tin pailp 5 lb 8c; tin pails 10 lb 8c; tin Dails 20 lb 7jc; tin pails 50 lb 74c. Cakxkd Goods.—Standard 31b table peacb II 75; pie peaches 31b#1 05; pi« peaches 61b $1 75; No. 3 tomatoes 90c; toma toes Sib Boston market $1 25; canned corn, Thompson's 21b cans $1 00; do Winslows 21b $1 20. do 2nd grade 21b 85c; strawberries 2IT $1 20; blackberries 2!b 91 10; raspberrief 21b $1 10 Damson's 21b 95c; lima beanr 21b 90c; cove oysters lib light 65c; do 1 ft* full weight. 91 0501 10 string beanr 21b 85@90c; succotash 21b 90c(§1 25. Marrow fat peas 21b 91 75@2 10; goose berries 21b 90c@9l 00. Fritts—Valencia raisins, 8c; layer Ondara raisins, 11c; layer ordinary raisins *2 00; layer California raisins, 92 20; Lon don layer raisins, 93 25; French prunes. 1 00 to 1 10, CJc; 90s, 9}c; French prunes, 80s, 10|c; French prunes. 70s, 10c; French prunes, 60s. lljc; French prunes, 50e, 13c; Turkey prunes, 5c; Eng lish currants, cask, 5c; fancy evaporated apples, 8jc; good evaporated apples, 8c; 'anov evaporated peaches, 16c; good evapo rated peaches, 15c; good js, common peaches. 9c. On.—Lard, extra western strained 80c; carbon, 110, 8c; carbon, 150, 8*c; white miners' best winter 48c; whits miners' No. 2, 45c. Cox Dm ok of Markts.—Sugars, firm but quiet, from the fret that a very heavy export demand on hard sugars has taken place, higher figures may be looked for on pranulated; raw sugars are firm; coffee, firm and with higher market in con templation; rice, firm; lard, weak; pro vi BOM, b&rtly steady; fruit«, nominal; salesmen on the road report collections very quiet, with better times expected in the near future. XATL8—M M CAKD, Wheeling. The nail market is active. Nails, isnee and brads — lOd to 60d, 92 25; 8d -*nd 9d, «1 60; Cd and td, «76 id and 6d, 93 00: 3d. 93 75; Id, 96 00. Barrel—I inch, 26; | inch 95 26, I inch. 94 75, U inch, 94 00; Ii »ach. 93 75; If iadb, 93 25; 1* iach 18 26. Tobacco Hbd—lOd 92 75; 8d 93 00; 6d and 74, $3 15. Clinch—All sizes, 94 00. Slating—6d,9325;4d, 932S; 3d, $4 00; 2d, $6 26. Finishing—1 inch, 17 26; 1} inch, «6 25; If inch, 94 50; 1} to 1| inch, $4 25; 2 inch, $4 00; 2} inch, $3 75: 3 inch and over, $3 50. Cuing and Box ing—1 Od to 30d, 93 00; 8d, 93 25; 6d,$350; 4<C $3 75; 3d, $4 75. Fine Blued—4d, $4 00; 3d, $5 25; 2d, *6 00. -Cut Spikes— An nxm, 92 50. Boat Spike*—All sizes, t? 00. Each half keg 10c extra. DBf GOODS. Hew fork. New York, May 26.—Dry Goods—As usoal on Tuesday the m&rket has been quiet in all departments, with the volume of uew business light, but the movement on goods on account of previous rales was of good proportions. Exports of domestic cot tens for the past weefhave been 3,929 pack ages, and since January 1 a total of 80,399 packages, against 72,079 packages in 1884, tbe largest total in any previous year. nom uttAis ami rBID. Wheeling. rLOUB AXD G RAI*. Family flour, wholesale 95 50@ 6 00 Middlings per ton 20 00 Bran per ton 16 00 Wheat per bnahel 1 05@1 08 The market is very firm. ITCHING Skin Diseases Instantly Relieved by Cuticura. TREATMENT— A warm bath with Cuticura 8o»p and a single application of Cuti curt, the great .skin Cure. 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Bs it kxowk that the Council of the CXty of Wheel ing did, on the 12th day of May, 1885, adopt an ordinance in words and figure* as follow*, that is to say: AN ORDINANCE, to provide for the Lose and sal) of bonds of ihe City of Wheeling, to be known aa Bond« of 1865, and for the redemption and pay ment thereof. and providing lor the payaient into tic City Treasury oi certain amounts Irom the rev enue« of the Gat and Water Work« Be it ordained fry 0*. Council of the Cilf qf Wkeriinj : Bxcnox 1. For the purpoeeof providing mean« for paying outstanding city ororrs <md other floating in • tlebteunese of the I lty of W heeling, with accrued in terest these» !:, and such of the toads Usacd under the lean ordinance« adopted on Jun« 13, 1871, u are not yet j. J or provided for bv funds In th« hands of the coiumte*k>nrr> appointed by or under said ordi nance, the Mayor and llerk of the litj e! Wheeling areberthy authorised and instructed to moke, and on the tiist day of July, A. I). làss, or m soon then after as practwable, de'iver to the commissioner« hi relx after named and appointed, the lands of the City of Wheeling, dated the first day of July, A. D. 18»5, for an amount aggregating three hundred thou sand dollars ; which bondis shall he ot the following denominations: One hundred of said bonds to be of the dénomination of live hundred dollars etch, two hundred and forty-nine of said bonds to be of the denomination of one thousand dollars each, and ten of said bonds to be of the denomination of one bun dled dollars each. Said bonds »hall be numbered from "1" to "359," inclusive. The said bonds shall be payable on or. before the first day of July, A. D. I9lu, at the Bank of the Ohio Valley, with interest at the rale of five per cent, per an'nam, payable an nually on the first day of July, 18S6, and on toe first day of July in each year thereafter until and includ ing the year 1919, at the said Bank of the Ohio Val lty, for which intenst coupons in proper form shall be attached to each land, with the signature of the Clerk of the city engraved thereon. The said bond« shall be signed by tlie Mayor, countersigned by the Clerk, and sealed with the'seal of the city. Neither the said lands nor the coupons theretoattaehed shall I* sub ect to taxation under the authority of the Ot y of Wheeling. tue. 2. BeU further ordained, That AlfrM Cald well, K. P. Jepson and N. Wilkinson tie and they are hereby appointed commissioners and empowered and instructed to sell the «al 1 bonds at not lens th in their par value and in the same manner provided by chapter 111 of the Acta of 187.Z-3 of the tiegi^lalure oi West Virgii. ia. Sac. 3. i he said bonds shall he issued only for the following purposes: First—Payiug outstanding city orders and other floating indebtedness of thecity, with 1ntere«t there on, to the amount of two hundred and twenty-four thousand dollars. h-cond— Paying and redeeming thp unpaid bond« of the lo»n of June 13,1871, amounting to seveuty-six thouiund dollars. The said commissioners shall devote out of the pro oeeds arising irom the sale of said bonds an amount not exceeding said sum of two hundred and t.ventj four thousand dollars to the payment of outstanding orders and other outstanding floating indebtedness of the city, and interest thereon, w hich money so de voted to the payment of the said otdersand other outstanding tloating indebtedness shall be paid by said lommissioners to such person or persons at the Council of said city shall from time to time direct. If the holders of any of the bonds issued under said ordinance of June 13,1871, shall, at the sale of !» i.ils issued under this ordinance as auth Tired by section 9 of chapter 141 of the Acts of 1872-.3, have ottered to nay for bonds of this issue in bonds issued under said oKlinacce of 1871, the said commissioners ltav in their discretion, u)>on considering the terms of such oiler, exchange the new for the old binds, exchanging l<ond for Dond, SO that no more than par shall he allowed for the' 11 Kinds. For the redemption of such of the lands issued un der said ordinance of 1871 as shall not lie exchanged, ami can not I* purchased at their par value, the said commissioners shall hold a sutlicient quantity of the IkiiuIs issued under thi« ordinance, until by the ternis of said ordinance of 1871, a definite amount shall be required its a sinking fund for the said loan of 1871, and they shall then sell a sufficient number of I he i oiios to produ<"e the amount required for such ■inking fund and pay the same to the commissioners of taid loan oi 1871 as the circumstance may require, if by reason of a part of the bonds issued under said oroinanccof 1871 having been surrendered, a reduced amount of money shoulil I« needed to satisfy the de mands of the annual sinking fund nquired by said ordinance, the said commissioners shall sell only so many Of the bonds issued under this ordinance and reserved for the purpose as may be necessary to pay a ptoper proiOrtion of the said former issue of bonds. Skc. 4. There shall be annually levied by the Council of the City of Wheeling, at the same time that tins annual levy of citv taxes for other purpo. les is made, until all the bonds Issued under the provisions of this ordinance are paid, a direct tax upon all the real estate and personal property assessed by said city for taxa tion, which direct tax shall be levied as a .separate tax anil in addition t« alt o:her taxes that may he levied for the btnelit of the city, and which shall be sufficit :it to produce in each year until and includ ing the yrar lt>19 a sum sufficient to pay the interest annually accruing upun the said lxinds; and which j levy -I all, alter the year 1891, until the said l«nds I -ball Is1 fully redeemed and satisfied be sufficient to I pay annually the interest on such of said bonds as (■hail be unredeemed and in addition thereto to re deem in each year thereafter the one-twenty-fifth of the lands issued hereunder and not paid before the nr»t day of July, 189.'>. The said tax shall be collected in such'manner a- is or may be provided by law und the ordinances of the city i»t the collection of other j laxfs on real estate and personal property* The col li-» tor of the city shall nay Into the treasury on each second Friday the total amount of the taxes levied and us-essed in pursuance of the requirements ot this ordinance which shall have thsr»totore been collected by him. The said tax shall lie by the collector while in his I Dissens ion, and by the city depository, into which same i» paid, kept (and accounted for) sepa rate from all otln-r moneys of the city. S-iC. ;i. The receiver of the city shall, on or liefore the fifteenth day of June, A. I). 1886, und on or he ore th" fifteenth"day of June itt each and ev.-ry year thereafter until the lands issued herein l»r are fully paid, pay to the said conimhsionera alt the moneys Vilich shall have heretofore been paid int» the tnasury on account of the direct t:x levied in puiiuance of the requirements of this ordi nance. While said funds remain in t'ie treasury it shall be the duty of Council to keep the s une depos ited in some bank or hanks in the City of Wheeling at the liest rate of interest they can obtain, which intenet shall !>« accounted for and paid over into the tre.xurv upon making payment to the commission ers of the principal of the fund derived from said tax. 1 he receipts of said commissioners for the said moneys shall lie til»! by the receiver with the clerk of the city and shall be'pnserved by him. Sat ti. The said commissioners, out of the moneys receive! by them under this ordinance, shall pay the coupon* issued with said bunds m thoy become due. On the tint day of July, A. D. 18<u>, and on the first «lav of July In ••.ich year' thereafter until trie tonds iamied hereunder artfully paid, they sliall pay the imerejt coupons e.>mlnK- due: and on the brat day of July, A. D. 1H95, and »n the lir-t day of July ID eacb year thereaftei until the bonds issued here under are fully paid, they shall apply the money coming into their baud* f«.r the p;ir|>oje, to the pay ment of the outstanding l«onds lu.nsl liorcunder at a rate not greater I ban their par value. The lionda to he redeemed ahali lie determined by lot by th- com missi'Bora annually l«twi«n th- lirst aod twelfth day of June in the year 189.1, and between the finit and twelfth day of June in each year thereafter, un til the !<ondi issued hereunder are fully paid, and said commissioner* shall thereujion immediately give notice to the holder* thereof, by advertisement pub ILshed daily, Sunday excepted, for two week» in the daily neu »paper* printed in the city of Wheeling, 1 ;»mting the number of the bonds to I* redeemed and that um« the will fee redeemed at said Haut oi ib* Ohio Valley on and after the first day of July next siKwertin»,, and » ill v a e to bear interest fromivtld day, allu >aid bonds shall cea»e fj bear intereat from the firvl i( iy of the next month afler the completion • >f -ucJi tiublication. It is providisl, however. that if the holder* of nil the bonds -o drawn by lot »nail be known to the Mid commissioner*, the said eommia sionen may çive adnal notice In writing to auch ht.ldcia w.ibin ten dar» after auch drawing, which notice ahall N the sa m s a« that herein .«thei wise re quired to I* pul.Ii heul, and auch actual notice ahall have the aawe elbct as if It had been published in the loanner herein I «tore aet forth. It ahall l«eatated • n the face ofaaid bond* that they are, any of tbeui, liable to rfdcuipti' n at their par value on and at any time after the lirat day of July, A. I». The City of Ä heeling hereby pledges and obligati-a it»ell to pay each year after the year 1H!H and uotil said l«nds are fully paid, the one-twenty-fifth of all of «aid bonda nut j>aid before the tint day of July, 18&r>. Bkc.7. It ahall be the duty o' the said comnili »loner» ;o cancel as they are redeetnej the binds and ooapona paid by them, and they ahall. once in every year, aud oftener if required by the Council, deliver 'o t be city clerk ol the city all redeemed and can - ylnd. bouda and coupons in their hands, and the clerk shall preserve the *ame in a book to be pro rlded for that purpoee. Bsc. X It ahall be the duty of the comatsaioner* to keep a true account of their receipt« and die hur*em> nt»*nd report the same to Cranell annually in the month ot April, and at each other time* a* the Council ahall order Mer. ». The Council of aaid dty may, for cause remove any one or more of the eommUrioners or their auei —ors, and the oemml»l jnera or their ane ceeaor* may resign by giving nolle* in writing to tb mayor or clerk of the city. Any vacancy ahall b filled by the Cowed In joint seralon. tEC. 10. Ko J arson ahall act a* a conailxtonor ander thli ordinance until h»ahall havegiveo bond, with aecurity to be approred by the Coaecil, in the S malty ol ten thouaasd dollar*, which bond ahall I payable to the 'Ityof Wheeling, and ahall be conditioned to the following effect : "The mod it1 on of the above ob igst ion la each that, whereas the above bound 4. B haa been duly appointed a com in »ioner under an ordinance of the City of Wheeling, entitled 'An onlinancs to provide for the fsaue and «loot bond* of the City • if Wheeling, to be known as bonda of IMS, and for the redemption and payment thereof, and providing for the payment into the <ltr treaaurv of certain fjnonn'.a from the revenne* of the gas aid water worka.' and has accepted the aaid appointment; now, therefore, if *ald A. B.. during nia eontieu ance aa roch c.>mmiaeiooer, ahall In all thlnga faith fully and di'fgently discharge hia duties s» auch ei mail-* oner, and «hall well and tri.'y aroMat 'or and pay over to auch person or persons a* may he entitled to r»e Ive the tame. all money* which shall cose into hia hamle or ander hi* centrvl a* *uch commuait ner, then ahall tb* foregoing alligation be VviJ, otherwise u remain In foil force and vlrtae." t et. 11. It ahall ha the daty ol the ouamioionera to enforce «ach and every provision of thb ordi näre» (in relati n to their da ties according to it* true intent and meaning, aad any failure of any • ne of the retumiaunaeea to comp'r with or per form any duty prescribed by thi* ordinance thaU be ieenied a violation of the cn-liUon of hia bond. Be. 12. Before the oetnmimfcmets ahall make any «le Of aaid bonda they anail advertise for at least 'oar weeks in the daily aewvpaper* published tn the •lté of Wheellrg. giving the time when and plica where in »aid ritv thev will r» eelve Wda la writiag for »aid bonds Should the bids exceed the aaoaat of bond* to be laeoed the bond* ahall be anter ior ed by the com mi*« toners among thoae bidding iÇewmaiaaiooenahall reeeive.aaooae peoratioafor their aerrltta, three eighth* of one per cent on the amount diatwned by them under thi* ordiaanee in the n<damptian of bead* iaaoed hara nnder and the payment of latere* on *uch bonda. aad no more, m enmpenaattaa ahall be in fall for all terrieea of ewvry ihaarfpttan wadared hy er raauiod of the eammWoaen or aay *< them aad« this ordinance, aad ao extra pey for deriral or ether servi«» rhall he a'loaaiezceedtag Sack (aaaWoe ta be < ' of mmttj fornlahed the demptioa of the bonda payment of internat tu odved lor the «aie of - 1 ta totataaMtai »ot te casse aar la U tfcmfeN. ta peers finirai «■; im Ii Im TW. Il I« failkat i tbm Ml be paid lato tke d(y lu—iy ftac the nwaa of the atty water Wta «M «M «rb la mu) pana, an or haha» tka im day «f JuIt, 18M, and on arlafcre tka first day af July la catà year thereafter aatU iktjvr 16», aa avouai ecual to tke annual iatemt la eack «f sack ww falling due apen tka uniedetiaed bouda iesuedhere ander aad oa or before Ute first day al Jaly la aack year thereafter, until aad Including the y aar 1(1», a •un» equal to the ace twenty-fi Ith J tk* principal o< all boada issued hervaeder not paid bann the trat day al July, 18», sod a Inrthar amount equal to the lntmat falling due each Tear upon such o! Mid baoda as are unredeemed, which soma aa paid out al tha revenue* of tba water w«<k* aad gas works shall be applied towards the pay meat al Ute currant ax Km of the etty, and the City Water Board aad the tees of then* works ai tha City ol Whcellag ara hereby rr-j Bind to asake such payments. 61c. 15. tibould the date of any of the payai «a ta mentioned in this ordinance fall upoa a banday, such peytnet ta shall be made npon the daturüay next preceding. fexc. 1C. 1 ms ordinance shall lake eSsci from aid after its ratification by the qualified voters of th* City of Wheeling, at an election to be held aa the 28th day of May, 1«\ Axd Whkxk>s, It ti provided by tha third sec tion of an art of the i egiaUiure 01 Waal Virginia, entitled, "An act authorising municipal Corpora tions to baue bond«, (sppiored Üecvmher S, tSTl) that wbea the Council of any etty ahail deem it ex« prdient to Uane any bonds of such city, that aa ordlnaaot specifying the purpoae aad amooit lor wt Ich such hoods are to bo issued, shall ha adopted by such Council in regular meeting, an J that It shall then be the duty of the Mayor to l-»tte a pro clamation leciMag sorb ordinance and at pointing the day at which an election shall be hehl by the qualified voters of such dtv, to decide whether they will ratify or rriect such ordinance. Theo» arts therefore, to notify you, the qualified rotera of the Uty of Wheeling, that an election will he held ea Thursday, the &ih day of May, 18», at the aaao places st which the charter elections in said city are held, and uader the superiateudence of such per sons as the Mayor shall hereafter appoint, tor the purpose of deciding whether you wilt rati.'y^or reject said ordinsr.ee All 1« racns voting for the ratificat'oo aI the ordl datice herein set forth shall have written or pria led in hiatal lot the words "For Batitieatioa," and those vutirg against rat ilea tion shall ha*e written or printed on his ballot the words "For Rejection." 1 he aggregnto amount of ladebtadneas of the City of Wheeling issued aad authorised by the sail dty and existing at this date is t6Kt,XH M. Given under my hand, this 13tk day of Msy, 18». J A Cub W. UK IBB, Mayor. ■utiliaA OHIO CENTRAL RAILROAD. KANAWHA DIVISION. THOS. R. SHARP.- - IUf«lm In eflect Wednesday, December S, 1SS4. THUNS Gomo « KT: No. 2, leaves Charleston 9:00 a. ra No. 2, lea rex Wut CtuLrtcXon 8:06 a. m. Arritf l'oint llaaaant......— ....... ..Il :;W a. tu. Arrive Ci alii polis by Hack .—11:11 p. m TIAIX8 GOIXQ KA9T. I.ei»ve Gftlllpolia via Hack .......... 1:18 p. m. No. 1, le;ive Point 1'leaaant ....... „. S:S0 p. n*. No 1, leave West Charit«too 7:09 p. m. Arrive Charleston. — 7:16 p. ta. mort». Connection* at Pt. Pleasant with C. H. V. IT. R K. (or Fomeroy at 1 62 p. m. : (or ColuBhua, Cin cinnati, Wheeling and all pointa North, lùut and West at 4 \K> p. m. Ha» k* leave O. C. E. & depot at Point Pleasant ujon arrival ol traîna, rttnnti.* through ta Oallipoll* without delay; returning. leave (ialllpolla at 2:15 p. ml, connecting with train* at PL Pleasant (or Charleston and point* taat aud wast on C. A Ü. R. H. ? rains daily, except Huuday. Train* ran on east era (75th meridian) itandard time. WM. HARE ft SON, FRACTICALI Humbert, Gas and Steam Fittor«) No. 83 Twelfth Ht, Al work dona promptly M am i—— >1* prtet TRIMBLE A LUTZ, High and Low Pressure and Ex> haust Steam Heating and Ventilating a Specialty. T»H.TT MBINO On tha Mos* Improved Method*. FINE STOCK Of QAS FIXTURE» Of tha latest Htyla* and Daaigna. GAS MAOXZZN1I«, Injector* Steam Pnmp*, Htoam Hrphoaea. Iron an« Ix-ad Ilpe, ValTW. Fitting* and Gattgaaol allklnd nitock. 1416 and 141« Market Htra-t. Underwriters' Insurance Company WHEKI.ING, W. VA„ Office No. 41 Twelfth Street. lAl'Il'AL • " • • $100,00* DIBBCTOH. ALONZO LOSING, BOBKBT CBANULJ J. F. PI DIX, GKDKMK HOOK, J. C. ALDER»W. ROBT. CRAN (J LE, Präsident J. F PAULI, VUe Présidant. ALF RKD PAULL. Hecretary. C. II. BEN**NEY, City Agent In iura* all kind ol property at »«aaanabl* rata. B?lh L.S.L. Natioflil Baak of Watt V» CAPITAL PRIZE, • • $150,000 "W« do baraby IUINM Drawlnp I baxaby ««rUfr tbât vo anwlMlhai( la Im ali Um ItoeUJy wd Maal-Annat o1 the LooUuna hum Uttarj Uocapaay MB I Id lu adTertlMiuanta." C«nnlMloMN. NPRECEDENTEO ATTRACTION ! Over Half a Million Distributed. Louisiana State Lotten» Company. Inert i>(*at.~l tn 1 W* l<«r Ä war« by tira Lr«ial» sur* fir Iduratlonal and CUaritabl« i,tir|>oam- «HA »capital of $l,0»>o,M«-to »blob a rwrn (und of orer !580,WO ha« tin«« bwn a<)1«d. Py an orfnrfceimtnft poplar »ot« Ita franchi«« •a» m*»* • |«rt of tb« |-n««l Hut« Cooatitution «dr.j,lui IVrtmber U. A. D. I*?». IIa (lrna<l Wn|le Number Ilraaiafi arfl] tak>> p'.M* monthly. It n*r* mUu or poiipe**. ixjolt at tbe folio* In« diatrlboUoa : 1 Slat Grand Moalhl/ a .v ii ins Eitraordinari Semi-Annuai Orniat, IS THE ACADEMY OP MU«IC XEW ORLEANS, Tafwdaj, Jane IC, IM8, Cn<l»r the pr".nal »upprrlaion »od rn«-i«4> ia<ut Ben. 6. T. BEAURE6ARD,'" l"ïîïA''* Gen. JUBAL A. 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