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KOUSEK EEPING.
Whisky, steady at $1 19.
Butter, weak.
Sugar, firm.
Eggs. Amu r at Sc.
Cheese, easy.
TOLEDO. May 22.-Wheat dull and low
er; Xu. 2 cash and May, 87c; July, 76j4c.
Oom, dull but steady; No. 2 mixed, 25c.
i tats, dull but su ady; No. 2 mixed, 19c.
Rye. inactive: No. 2 cash, 3GVjc.
Clovcrseed, steady; prime cash, $130.
Oil. unchanged.
PHILADELPHIA. May 22.—Butter firm
and Vile higher; fancy western creamery,
it*! 12*2c.
Cheese, unchanged.
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Bradstjvet's.
Tiie slight improvement in trade is irt
the tendency of business to increase at a
ft w citi. s in the northwest, on the Pacific
coast and in South Atlantic and Gulf
States. Then is increased buying a Bal
timore. Atlanta. Birmingham and at New
Orleans, whtre trade has revived on the
announcement that northern Louisiana.
Mississippi and Arkansas flooded districts
are b ing placed under cultivation, and
that tiu- damage done it less than ex
pected. Then- are increased sales at Mil
waukee. Omaha, Chicago ant St. Louis,
and exports of general merchandise and
lumber from San Francisco have in
ert ased. Advices from California arc that
lack of s asonable rains and long contin
ued dry winds have injured the wheat and
fruit crops. Thu yield of wheat there Is
expected to l» smaller than in 1896*
Larger Eastern centres report the- move
ment of merchandise slow and trade dull.
The season is row st far advanced that
no general gain is iooked for till after fall
buying sets in.
The u.-ual industrial disturbances have
marked building and other industries, no
tably clothing, mining, iron, and steel.
Manufacturers of wool, ns ar. well stock
cd with raw material, but owing to .‘■low
ness of orders prices are ea.-i -n. Mali- rs
of cotton goods are at a disadvantagt
owing to the relatively high price of cot
ton. and the increase- in production of
products. There is no gain in demand for
iron and steel, prices for which continue
low. The ivport that the steel rail, billet
and wire nail maki rs are seeking to form
a pool t-> advance prices is not confirmed.
Prices of staples have : nded downward
this weak, conspicuously for cotton, sugar,
leather, . ho*-.-, turpentine, wheat, corn.
' pork, lard and coffee. Wool is nominally
1 unchanged, although easier-, and coal the
I same, although it i.- to be advanced. Un
chang* d prices ar*- also recorded for lum
i>. r, pig ir..n. ste< I billets, print cloth* ana
wh-.t hour, the only noteworthy advances
being for petroleum, cotton yarns, rosin
and ;• a. Bradstreet's prices index number
for Ma> is 74.193, contrasted with 74,915 on
April !. 1897, which r< fleets th< excess vol
ume ol’ d cretists in quotations for 98 sta
p! • article!-. products and live stock last
month. The index number on April 1. 1*92.
jus: before the panic, was 101.790. whence
the decline to April 1. 1*'.*4. was 7*."20. and
to April 1. 1*95. 72.052. Th ulowis: point
reached bv the ind* x numbtr during the
past s-v.n years was 07.1*2. on July E
1*90. when the- a*ivance to January 1. U97.
was to 75.044. Since that dat< there has
be- n u steady decline.
Bank clearings throughout the 1'nited
States this week amount to $975,<hhi,000, a
decrease of nearly 3 per cent, from last
week. 2 per cent, from the third w >-k of
May. 1*9*;. and 12 per cent, from the corre
sponding total in 1895. As compared with
the like week in 1*94, this week’s total
shows an increase of 14 per cent., but
compared with the like aggregate in 1*93.
tin- falling off is 20 per cent.
There ar. 215 business failures through
out th. Fni «1 Statis this week, which is
not far from what may be called th-- nor
mai. The total is compand with 251 last
week, 216 In the third week of May, 1896.
2. *1 in the like week of 1*95. 237 in 1*94, and
217 in th* corresponding week of lv93.
DRY GOODS.
Brad street’s.
Trade is- slow in all departments, with
business depress i to a more or less < x
• nt. The uncertainty of the tariff is a.n
unfavorable inllr. rav. and it look< like
continued dulln» -s until titis question is
s tiled. Cotton fabrics ar soiling very
low conipai d with cost of manufacture,
and general conditions are' unfavorable
f ir manufacturers. Itaw cotton is costing
abov- tile basis on which the goods are
Sidling, and the same can b .-aid of wool.
The production of net oils has been In
creased of late, although the wants of the
trade wrrant no such movem nt. Print'd
fabrics ate- going slowly, with ginghams
quiet. Dr. ss woolens are slow. The mills
ar fairly employed on old orders: taken
at low prices, but agents ar>. able to se
cur little husir.ess at any advance. In
men’s wear woolens conditions arc similar.
and there appears little prospects for im
provement.
LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. May 22.-In rattle the week
closes with beef steers selling larg- ly l''*x
20c per 100 ip- lower than a week ago.
H .ivy rattle shave stiff* <1 th>- in*..-; !•
gleet and may be expect**1 to sell to poorer
advantage than handy killer.- of lighter
weight from now on. Cows, heifers and
calves are selling remarkably well at
strong prices and calves have advanced
sharply under an active demand from
country feeders, the best lots fetching $6 00
<si6 15 per 100 lbs. The Stocker and feeder
trade has been less animated but prices
remain high, sales being mostly at $3 85*;
4 6c. To-day's market was practically
nominal.
Trade in hog? was fairly active, prices
opening st.ady but weakening a little later
in the day. Sales were largely at 75*?
3 80. the poor. M heavy hogs selling at
S3 40 and the b* st light weights at $3 85.
As compariHl with a week ago, prices
showed very little change.
During the last day op two the lamb
market has weakened undir continued lib
eral offerings nd a lessened demand, and
sales to-day were mad at $3 50ft5 50 for
the poorest to the best, few only going
above $5 40. Sheep sold at $2 33*i4 50. while
a. few choice to extra natives brought $1 60
*11 1*0.
Receipts—Cattle. 200 head; hogs. 10,000
head; sheep, 1,500 head.
EAST LIBERTY. May 22.-Cattle.
. ly; prime. $5 15{j5 25; hulls, stags and
cow.-, .*2 iVb;3 75; common to good fat ox. n,
$2 1)0*12 10.
. aetivi : prime mi dlum b< st York
ers and pigs, $3 75*i4 00; common to fair.
S3 :nVZi3 1*5; heavy, $3 85*13 90; roughs. $3 20.
She* i>. steady; choice, S! 15*i4 25; com
mon. $2 Sib;:; 4"; choice lamb;, $5 ttbjS 15;
I spring lambs, f. 0P*;6 50.
| Veal calves, $5 mb;5 50.
CINCINNATI. May 22.—Hog.-, active and
.steady at ?3 80.
WOOL.
Bradstreet’s.
The wool trade is dull for domestic, with
sales dragging and values mostly nominal.
Manufacturers an well stocked ahead,
and are dispo- d t<* wait for something b. -
! sides tin expectation of a duty on raw
. material before buying. While prices are
about the garni, the slow demand of late
i has weakened holders’ views, and the g n
1 oral feeling is easier. Foreign wools are
yet going well, while arrivals into the
country' continue large. Imports at Boston
since January 1 foot up 371.226 bales, which
is nearly 50.000 bales more than for any
i past year in the history of the trade,
i Large deliveries of Australian and South
I American wools are being mate on old
: transactions, as well as fair sales on the
' spot. The London market i.- firm, and
prices arc on a parity with the close of
the previous sale. The London sale will
close to-day. It is estimated that Ameri
can- have bought about 7,000 bah s. at this
series.
BUSINESS FAILURES.
' Bradstreet’s.
Wee k Previ- Weeks
ending ous corresponding to
States and My. 20. w k.-this w < k
! Territories. ' 1 v»7. 1*97. 1*96. 1*9.'.. 1*91. 1*93.
Middle States. 50 CO 66 56 66 66
New England. 34 -IS 19 11 51 54
Southern .... 39 20 2* 25 til 45
Western .... 73 74 59 3* 56 r5
Northwestern.. 17 20 It 21 17 24
Pacific.30 22 21 15 2
l’icitic.50 22 24 15 2S 23
Territories. . . 2 7 6 7 5
Totals . . . .245 251 213 206 237 217
Canada .... 21 31 28 25 29 2*
SILVER.
j Eradstrect’s.
The silver market hs declined steadily
throughout th.- w> . k. There are. however.
! no explanations of its course forthcoming,
except th. slack eastern demand. The
London quotations for bars fell from
2'- l-l6d to 27-~<i. and tin- corresponding bids
in New York for commercial bars from
Cl3;.- to 60o.
Silv r prices—London. May 15. 2*1-16(1;
M ,y 17. 2*d: May 1*. 27-!.,d; May it*. 27V/
*’7 9-16.1 • My 2o. 27*<>d: Mav 21, 2. V-!- N w
York. Si tv" 15. f.l '.c'; May 17. W; May 1*.
: fittv.c; May 19. Cu^c; May 20, 60e; May 21.
1 CO'.Ic.
METAL MARKET.
I NEW YORK. May 22.—Fig iron, steady;
1 southern. $9 254/10 25; north rn. $10 OoftLi 00.
Copper, easy; brokers, $11 t*0.
]..-:i'l. steady: brokers, $3 121-.
| Tin plates, weak.
I INCLUDING THE SUNDAY ISSUE,
A DECREASE Id PRICE...
; JUT HOT Id QUALITY,
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS
Ail of the News All of lie lime.
_. __
By mall, postage prepaid, per month, Daily 50c. Dai/ and Sunday per
month 70c. i
PLUMBERS. _
James C. Mansbarger. Joseph Lots.
KAflSBARGER & LOTZ,
-PRACTICAL
Plumbers, (ias & Steam Fitter >
No. SI Twelfth Street. Wheeling.
Estimates furnished. All work, done at
reasonable prices. _
\70T1CE TO Is AT UK A L GAS
A* CONSUMERS,
The "Hibberd'^Calorific Natural Oas
Burner’' is the omy burner In the market
that is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Be not deceived in accepting ’’Just aa
good’’ v/lth no guarantee.
For saio by ail plumbers.
GEO. BIBHERI> ft SON.
1314 Market StieoL
\V mThare & sox,
*» -PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters
NO. 53 TWELFTH STREET.
All work dong promptly at reasonable
prices.__ _
TRIMBLE&IATZ CO.,
SUPPLY HOUSE.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING,
STEAM AND
HOT WATER HEATING.
A full line of the ceiebiated
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
Kept constantly on hand.
1500 and 1502 Market Street. Wheeling.
; ” “ " " •
FINANCIAL. _
Q. LAMB. Pres. JOS. SEYBOLD. Cashier.
J. A. JEFFERSON. Ass't Cashier.
CAPITAL i20),G0i), PAIL) IN.
WHEELING, W. VA.
DIRECTORS.
Allen Brock, Juse-pu F. Pauli.
James Cummins, Iieicry Bieberson.
A. Reymarin, Joseph Scj boid,
Gibson Lamb.
Interest paid on special deposits.
Issue# drafts on England. Ireland and
fieotland. JOSEPH SEYBOLD.
Jal.Oec Cashier.
VHEELHG TITLE AND TRUST CO.,
1315 MARKET STREET.
General banking,
bate Deposit Vault.
Real Estate Title Insurance.
InteAst paid on Spec'al Deposits
auu Savings Accounts.
11. II. RLSSELi* B. F. ST1FEL,
President. Secretary.
C. J. RAW BING, 5. 1. SINGLETON.
Vice Rresicent. Ass’t Secretary.
G. E. GiLOHRiS'f. Examiner of Titles.
| V AiiuNAL BANK OF W. VA.,
| A1 AT WHEELING.
CAPITAL .J200.0W
Sjuthwest Corner Main and Twelfti. Sts.
Dots a Generai Banking Business.
DIRECTORS—August Rolf. K. T- De
vries. E. W. Oglebay. John Wagner, R. Vv.
Haziett, .1. R. AlcCourtncy. E. B. Fotta.
Earl W. Og.ebay. President.
J. It. VcCourtney, Vice President.
John Wagner. Cashier.__
UANK OF T11K OiliO VALLE V
State and City Depository.
Stockholders Doubly Liable.
| CAPITAL .5175,000
i Government and local bonds bought and
! sold. Diana lssuc-d on any point in Eu
rope, as well as on the pr.ncipal cities of
tile United States. A general uank.rg bus
iness transacted.
Wm. A. Isett. Pros.
2d. Pollock, Vice Pres,
i j. A. Miller. Cashier.
I WHEELING-AND ELM GROVE
I f ? railroad
I un and after Saturday, February 2d.
I lit*... trains will run as follows, cit> time.
Leave Wheeling, i Leave Elm Grove.
Tr’n TlmeiTr n Time|Tr n Time|Tr n Time
No. a. m. No. p. ni.iNo. a. m.iNo. p. in.
2.. .. to 3 001 1—. 10 W.ll*.... 3 HO
«.... 7 0G|2J-... 4 Oh, 3.... 7 00121.... 4 UJ
6.. . 5 001 5.... 3 00,23.... 5 •»
S ... 9 0" 6 O'.'! 7.... t9U»25.... 6 00
10 ... ' ■ 28_ 7 t . ■ 27— 7 00
12 ... 11 00 30.... 3 00|U.... 11 1X1,29.... >. 00
p.m, 132.... 0 00| p. m. 31.... 9 00
ti. .112 00 34.... 10 00,13.... 12 00.33.... lU tW
10.. .. 1 uo 36.... II 0u 15.... 1 O0:3».... U 00
15.. .. 2'«i |17.... 2 09|__
iDaily, except Sunday.
Sunday church train will leave Elti
Grove at 9:43 a. in. und W heeling at izti/
P" m‘ II. E. WKISGERBRR.
General Mai iger.
QII10 RIVER RAILROAD CO.
Tim ~ Table- In_ effect May 16. 1897.
fDaily except Sunday. Eastern Time.
i l_| ;; | 5 | 7
Via P..C ,C.&St.L.R.
Pittsburg, Pa....Lv.
Wheeling.Ar.
Leave.
Wheeling.
Moundsvillr ....
N w M irtinsville. .
SiP.t r.'villo.
William-town . . .
Parkersburg ....
Ravciiswood ....
Ma.-on City.
point Pleasant . .
Via K. & M. Ry.
K. & M. June. .Lv.
Charleston. . . -Ar.
Gallipolls.
Huntington.
Via C. & O. Ry.
Lv. Huntington. . .
Ar. Charleston,W.V.|'t4 27[ *3 45 _,
Kenova.Ar.; *2 42; |8 43 tl2 15
ip. m. p. m. p. m.
Via C. & O. Ry. i>. m. a. m. a. m. p. m.
Kenova.Lv. 2 35j *4 43 *2 33
a. in. p. m.
Cincinnati. O. . .Ar. 7 00 *8 .'5 *7 do
a. m. p. m.
Lexington, Ky. .Ar. 7 20| 9 00 a. m. »7 20
JOHN J. ARCHER. G. P. A.
STEAMBOATS.
FOR CINCIN
NATI, L'JL'IB
YILL.E, LUW
K K OHIO.
M EMP/II S,
N A S HYILLK.
BT. LOUI S,
N E W O R
LEANS AND
J N T ERMEDI
ATE POINTS,
lake palatial
steamers of the
F. & C. P. Line,
leaving w hart
boat, foot of
Eleventh street,
as follows:
Steamer "VIRGINIA," T. S. Calhoun,
Master; K. H. Kerr, Clerk. Every Bun
oav. t> a. in.
° Steanv r KEYSTONE STATE. Chas. \V.
Knox. Master; Dan. Lacey, Clerk. Every
Tuesday, S n. m.
Steamer HUDSON, Rnbt. R. Agnew.
Master; James Alexander, Clerk. Every
Thursday. 8 a. m.
vor freight or passage telephone 930.
CROCKARD & L’OOTH.
ft 20 Agents.
<9 O ^ ♦
ft 4
f PERFORATING. A
I RULING.
NUMBERING J
f AND BINDING 6
$ $
9 ...FOR THE TRADE..., &
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 6
f Countrv I’rln- w< would d » well A
a to consult us before glv- A
lug estimates. Q
f WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO., J j
% 1"" j Market St. A
t 4
-««>©>♦_ I
QOCTETY ADDRESS CARDS.
With emblems embossed In colors. Should
be seen to he appreciated. Samples and
trice- for the asking.
W ;jfESX_VIRGINIA PRINTING CO.. {
RAILWAY TSSIE CARD.
Arrivals and departures of trains on and
after May pi, Isa?. Explanation of Refer
ence Marks: » ’Daily; tSunday excep'ed;
♦Monday excepted; ^Saturday excepted;
fSunday only; 1 Saturday only: )Monday
only; r, txo pt Saturday, and 2:30 a. m
Sunday only; t, ,x pt Saturday, and 2:-11
a. m. Sunday only. East’ rn Standard time
v.hlch Is one- hour earlitr than Central
time.
D( pare & oT^Main Line East| Arrive.
•12 25 am Wash Cy. Hal. Phil. M, *3 20 an:
*5 00 pm Wash C . B . Phil, NY .
t<00am ...Curio rland Accom...| •••;30pit
*500pm.Grafton Accom.|*ioioair
•10 55 am.Wash. City Ex.j*10 2M pm
Depart. B, & O.- C. <». dh’.. west) Arrive.
*7 35 am| For Colum. and Chi ago •115a:r
7 "5 am ...Cambridge A vom... c, 20 pm
*10 40 amjCol., Cin. and St. Louis •.'. 05 um
*1140 pr.i.C'oI.. Cin. and St. Louis *5 3 am
•3 25 pm;_Cat a to Exp res- ....,*11 .'o am .
17 35 an:...St. C.airsvllle Accom...<11 m am
•3 2*5 pm ..St. Clai.svill Accom.. -7 30 pa
•10 40 am-.Siindusky Mail., *5 05pm
*■*> 1" am.For Pirt<burg.*10 35 am
*7 10 am. Pittsburg . *0 50 ptr
*5 lo pm]...Pittsburg and East...,’1130 prr
n 15 pm. Pittsburg .U215 i>u
Depart. C.. L. & V,’.-Bridgeport; Arrive,
ti no amiCleve., Toi. and Ch.cagoj j2SCpm
■ i 25 pinlck-ve.. Ton aad Chicago, is w pm
2-> pnij... Massillon Accom ...|1R oU pm
TSoiami.St. Ciairsvlllo Accom..,
Tit; a»i|..St. ciairsvlllo Accoui..t n 50 pm
--2‘-1m ..st. Clairsvllle Accom... m m P-«
i0(w pnij..st. Clalrsviilfc Accom..I i* pn.
JJ ^pmi. Lovai Freigai.ituwatu
Depart w. & e. By. i Arrj -
»«ni|.Toledo aim WtS.1 «-WP«
•*o0am ...Brilliant and Snub...)
4 OD pm|..Massillon and Cautou-l fiwau.
4 v1' Pm;...Brilliant and StcUO..o 11 an
3 ■J) am.Clevc-.. Akron o2 Canioul otwpn
Depart. | i<., e. ot St. L. Ry. i
1‘ am!. Pittsburg .. b‘ }J P“
T5 ns ani|.Steuociiviho and vv esi.i i? J2
. . . nvilie Atf« m.. i JV1 1 5
•35o pm ...Pittsburg and N. Y...1*U soaw
11 co pm|....PutM;-ii g Accom—.. ,J
tOSOpmiEx., Cir.. and* St. Louis'16 15 P«
Ts 45 uni; Ex., Cm. and St. Lodisi T* f * **
tl25pm|Ex.. Steub. and Chicago, id P“
*3 55 pm|..Pitts, uni Dennison..1*11 «w
Depart. C. & P. B. R. i Arri. •
To 33 am. I Ft. Wayne and Chicago T* - I>™
f5 53 am1...Canton and Toledo...! TO jLi pra
15 53 am!Alliance and Cleveland £} --1*
tiO 09 am .Steubenville ai.a Pitts, ty 2^? Pe?
?5 5Jam!Ft. Wayne and Chi-'ago tJoQpm
12 10 pnt|...Canton and Toledo... nO jvm
Xi 10 pmi Alliance and Cleveland il 35 pm
T2 10 pm|..Steub. and Wellsvillo.. ill« am
15:13 pmJPhlladlephla and N. Y.| lS:v>8 P®
15:13 pm|..Baltimore arc! Wa?h..| 75:.N t,!U
15:43 pmlSteuhenvlIle i’ d Pltt.«.l 1 f-m
17 58 pin ..Steuli. and Wellsvllle«.| <8 o9 are
Depart. 1 B.. Z. & C. R. R. I -^r,rtvto.
10 10 am|. l’.ellalie . i>»P®
5 15 pm |. Bel'.alre .
225 . Bel .air® .i 4 P"
Baltimore and oiiio rail
ItOAD.
I)f pnrture and arrival of trains_at NN lie 1
ing. Eastern time. May it'*. P'J.,
MAIN LINE EAST.
For Washington
Baltimore. Philadel
phia and N< w York,
12: AN and 10:7*3 a. m.,
at.d 7. p. m.. dally.
Cumberland accom
modation, 7:0*1 a. m.,
d-allv. except Sunday.
Grafton accommoda
tion. a p. rn., daily.
From New York?‘Philadelphia and Pal
timore. S:D* a. m., dally. . ...
Baltimore * xprtss. 10:20 P- m., ball}.
Cumberland accommodation, 4.o0 p. m.,
os Sunday.
Cr.if ton accommodation, 10.10 a. in.,
daily.
WHEELING AND PITTSBURG DIN I
SION.
For Pittsburg. Washington. Baltimore.
Philadelphia and Nt w York, 5:10 a. m. at..
5:10 p. m„ daily.
For Pittsburg. *:b> «, rr... dal!}.
Pittsburg express, 1:15 p. ni., except Sunr
Ul,>' ARRIVE.
From X w York. Philadelphia. Baltl
more. Washington and Pittsburg. 1’.A, a
m. und llE'.o |». rn., tl.'iily*
Pittsburg mail. 12:17* p. m., except Sun
day, and 6:7>o p. m.. dally.
TRANS-OH O DIV1 SI< >N.
For Columbus. Chicago and the W
7.15 ... m. and 3:25 p. m.. daily.
Co umbus. Cincinnati and St. Louis, l1 4)
a. in. and 11:40 p. m.. daily. „ ^
St Clairsville accommodation. a. m.
and*3:2.3 p. ni.. except Sunday.
Sandusky mail. lo:40 a. ni.. uaiiy.
Cambridge accommodation, <:35 a. m.
except Sunday.
ARRIVE.
From Chicago, 1:15 a. m. and 11 *0 a. m.,
5 From St. Louis, Cincinnati and Colum
bus. .3:*1.3 a. m. and 5:»*.3 p. m.. daily.
St. Cltiirsville accommodation. ll:5o a. m.
and 7::to i>. m.. < xce|*t Sunday.
Sandusky mail. 7*:«Ci p. m.. Jnily.
Cambridge accommodation, 7:30 p. tu.,
except Sunday. D> n. MARTIN.
Manager of Pass up* r 1 r 1111 >*.
J. T. LANE, T. I*. Agt., Wheeling, NY. Va.
pLKVKLANI), LORAIN’ AND
V> WHEELING lt.ULKOAl>
Time schedule of j 'as*. mrer Trains in ef
fect Sunday, -May 10th, Dui.
Cleveluiiu De-urn foot South Water street.
ARRIVE.
I 1 1 3 | 5 | 7
ip. m.lp. m.lp. m.|a. m.
Bellalre.••••••I I J:*l.!••••••
Bridgeport.I 13"; 7 00|......| 1"
Uhrichsville.11 3", 4 •>2| S 30, . 44
New 1'lliiUdelphia. . lo o. 4 1.1 S UV| .23
“Canal Dover.Vi D 4 uu| 7 .,2 7 Id
..1 1 1 • •» *>-,i jj •**! I*
Warwick. 1 ;'V 0 37|a. m.
Sterling. J 1J - ct\ 6 1 m.
Seville!1. 9 04! 2 K'l 6 15|.
Medina. 3 4Ii 2 IB 5 4..
Lester. .••••••• " ^'| 1 - a
.. 7 22 1 l.»i 4 2s|.
Lorain..... 7 ft;l ljM 4 lu,.
Le ter Junction. . . K —I 1 '*| o ,4..
Cleveland. 7 30, 1 uui 4 3Uj.
a. ni.|p. m.,p. m.|_
DEPART.
- | 2 | 4 ! 0 I 8
la. ra a. hi. p. m.lp. m.
Bellalre... jj v
Bridgeport.J* ~ ls?| ; -
N. w i’hil.iutlplna. . a4.| b 2 ■ ■ •) « j
Canal Dover.; 5 ;»4 b 3b| 3 00,
Justus.j . 9“
Massillon. S*1 ; ;;;■ -1 .
Warwick. -o,. j 4j 4 lu.
Sterling. i 3.| 10 1. 4 A .
u.-Vlllc ... 10 ]S| 4 30,.
Me lina. 7 K 10 371 0 00.
l „,Lp ...... * 37 10 50 f. 44,.
Grafton.’ i. « 50 1107, G 03,.
I iif"!!*! • *'•*! II 6 «d ■•••••
D. st. r Junction. . . 8 10110 43, 5 ).
CIt v* land.' 9 10 11 oO 6 lOj.
|a. m.ja. m.|p. ir,.|
Nos 1 4 '» and o. daily between c>v«
land and Uhrichsville. uth r traini daii)
^Pa-'-enger. between Wheeling. Martin’*
Ferry. Bell.lire and Bridgeport, ink._ Eleo
tric Railway. ^ P “a "(£v3£ ■ih.
O. It. WOOD, T. P. A.. Wh ling, W. V*
FAST TIME
....OVER....
PENNSYLVANIASHORT LINE
“PAN-HANDLE ROUTE.”
I EAVE WHEELING 9:15 A. il., C'Tl
TlilE- 1 tAIL l E.v.'U'i' SUNDAY.
Arrive CoLUiALLtt ~.Z.j p. in.
Arrive CINCINNATI 'j>Ij p. rn.
Arrive INDIANAPOLIS 10:15 p. m
Arrive ST. LuLTS, V.oe n. in.
solid vestibule train.
5VANIA SiANDAitD
vV!NSSYLVANiA DlNiN< 1 CAR.
pii M A N . Alirf hi<M W 111-:BLTNft
^ JUNCTION THROUGH WITHOUT
CHANGE.
p ' ■ ^mureT*\Vashlngton, PhTl’adelpcia a i. f
rCVw' York at 3:56 p. rn. dally; for 3t udcii
vill#. aiul Dennison at 3.^ m. daily; fo|
Pittsburg at 7:00 p. m. week day.-;; for Co.
lurniius, Dayton. Cincinnati. Indianapolis
and St Louis at 9:3u p. in. week uayi.
P^ftLOR CAR TO PITTSBURG on 3:55 p.
rn and 7 p- rn. train?,
perrons cont* mplat.ng a trip will find it
orotltabl' in pleasure and convene r,ce t<j
communicate with the undersigned. wh»
will make all necessary arrangements fi.r
a delightful journey. Tickets will b<; pro
vided and baggage checked ‘hrough ta
destination. JOHjj G TOMLINSON.
Fasac-nger and Ticket Agent, Wheeling
"CLEANING OUT THE Dl'ST.”
!•].£ S CO., BICKERS,
PUPS. STO <S 4 CTOS.
S’: • ■ t. Wh* 1 up. A a.
■ .. r - :o ' Tuca«o ii aid
N\ w \ : a S k : :x
w .. h w r- .vo continuous
a:; e Telephone -.3.
"i. ASCE AND TRADE.
A dflK. May 22
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in. : > the
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.d it th- 1< adcr of
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th- Mick . wr, to \» above
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r t • rs \v- : iff cud in
i-l th r th p.rnuated
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-i.i sup;.’ • i tend. -I
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w.th a r- u-t:on. Llal
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MJXIN'J STOCKS.
. 90
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PROP' 'll
* ’ ■ M * rktr srre-'t brrkers,
" . . • r • - fr. :he
: 1 i.ioduoe exchanges:
vv «'iased.
73
r 67‘s 6 ls 67b
- - !4*i ■ ■■ b
‘ - _ -
i
IT', r\r.\ i7Tsb
1 l-«» 17 V/* lv-as^b
js to ;u ;.n>
L ' 37 ... > 33 s 33b
“ -•» '' ' 3 SO 3 80 sel
* -• U
Sep. 3 97'j 3 97'4 3 ST'j 3 S7'-b
Short Ribs- -
4 55 4 50 4 50b
S i«. 1 7 :«4 4 37'4 4 52%® 4 52Vi®
4 33 4 33
Ca h Wheat
May . 73'i
FH1CAGO, May 22.—For* ign news had
xclusito control of the wheat mar
k r to-day and causal st V* advance in the
J ii> i ;• ,i a. The most influential ivws
im’ii - from France in the shape of disturb
. an l mad* shorts scram
b to I'nvi-r Porn and oats* closed lirm
a>.d substantially unchanged after early
tv kn ss. Provisions w re w.nk from
;• _ i g to itci and closed at declines
rat gp g from 7‘/*i I7V*
\\ i• . n<<! lirm and from Vn'ic
4i da principally to a small advance
,i lav. :*po>> in tlu file, of a V decline
yesterday. Tlu withdrawals from
nted to 212,100 bushels,
•a h,.-h » • s a ->«m< d to be a proof of a
d d .d mor« wheat having liven sold
n ret al d dur
u • k. «►:' n-w- of another kind
v t‘-e h* tv\ northwestern receipts,
M .... polis and Duluth reporting 634 cars,
;o. and the favorable
rop. New York
irij - ssli'- buslm ss
w - i .11 ini no.hi :g a ana on foreign
An unofficial ana <■ trom Dtv
* -pool of what th. total worlds ship
■- K.nop an c* ur.trv - tor th v. • k
v. • lik ly to amount ;o put it at *».0ca>.w0
S ■■ tkr.i ss f lowed this.
J . V. which opened at 71''(7VsC. against
rd.it" s closing price of TO7,. a declining
N tt rk wir d that the French crop
‘ w - likely to show 10 per cert. 1* ?s in
at- rompar d with last war's acreage
... . It was
soon apparent that the buying o: May
it rr. ant more cash wheat business
..... s were re
ported sold soon after the opening. The
p king known i>f the latter and the repe
i:■: -• ■ of the French crop deficiencies
' : to add to th-' buying enthusiasm
up1, which th« market op*tied, and before
k Julj . Iva • ... . i , ;. l •
Althi ugh it rhn and Paris wheat mar
• - : g; • v low* r quotations, 11 was
- >n. d fri m A . Louis mat 4 busht I
i win; r wh. a; and >■ bushels rye
M ilur- for shipment to France
i ’1 at mors,- tv!:- it t *uld have bit-n dis
p, ! of ha-1 th.- wh at been procurable
■ < upon the top of the I.ivvrpool
- gratr't- :• a ting the shortage to acn -
age and poorer Melon of the French
w!.*-at crop, th* i'-pori of actual buying
,tt lv.it for shipment to that country
■ w shoi wheat,
: fresh spa.- ni of r* penuuvv and they
rusii i Jult tvlu a: up to 72«f72V in their
. r sing pr: "
: r July was 72c.
tarn • i'.n.il • • y on On* n-tuih ■*•
Ion i fi local and west
,-n -;ipg 1; r.i’.li d la.r with wheat
> -* ,-ov rii g be *h r:s. Exports
red to 2 rt bushels. Th w< st
y ta'.k d of in enormous ana.
■ .' • ! IP. -a it a t a* 24'-. »24V'. s,0-'‘
• ; . and r a Hi i to 24::.,v24?»c, closing
: '• ,*.•.] r* •• pis caus*'d a weak opening
f . , a - and that condition prevailed for
- ■ iini T: • mark t r.-.lti *1 lat* r as
t, . .it :: Ivjir." I ' 1 : lit finish was firm
t\ h about all the loss recovered. Tin*
ket ' July opened_ a
n • : o i - »• 11 * ■ a * a
ered to 177 l$c and clos d at 17 V
bi i. .
lTovi-i w* r* without support ana
a. a;it- iw without niu-'h selling.
: - at and pr >s
p. it v. i tlv fv-tor.-a The market
i tv. .k .. 1 <1* cli:.*‘d st* idilv from
t1.. : . wi.tdlng up tlv. session at sub
y lowest points of the day.
. ... Julv pork was 17'-.c lower at
js _ j*. .. .rd !*.* low r at $3 N* and July
ribs lower at 14 50.
K-1itm.’.-'d receipts Monday—Wheat.
: com, US cars; oats, 42.» cars; hogs,
4 head.
' ' ■uuotntlons wore as follows:
r qu v, it r pal* ms. $1 feW 1
- : :, -r- .<i ;• r4 >• ■; spring sp cial. ?l
g 1 s. 54 120; straigh
b k• rs. $2 25.
Wi * No. 2 spring. 73--'<f73f*ic; No. o
«$»873c: No. 2 red. 9iytf»93tsC.
»• •: . No. 2. 24'..'<4.:IV: -No- - y*llow. 23c.

No. 3 white. !:*::,'*i22-^c.
Rye, No. 2,,
■ r v. No. 2. nomir...!: No. 3. 2s'i31c;
! No. 1. 27a.
Flax* id. No. 1. 77'ri771 ,.c.
nv timoi y .—•* d. $2 - 5*3.
3! -- pork. p< r barrel. $v A*.
I.. id.- Imi lbs. i'l 7.W.: 77'...
- , ' - - ..■*:* I 11
I try ivd 1 m!'it rs (boxed'. "a'ic.
la per
’ Sup r*. ut loaf, 5.3-lc; granulated, 4.tie.
\ K W YORK. Jlav 22V noun. receipt*.
. \i orts. 13.736 barrels: roar
k- firm r with wheat hut not aetiv :
v • r i i :• : winur straights.
.M ...:i • • i pat. ik. ?» 1**14 •
v.' . r . <-ra-. $3 7-%: Minnesota ha
ir gl
2 iif
Wh at r. eipts. 132.2"*' bushels: exports.
*w; i,u h-|s- -pot market dull but firm:
*•.*. :..e. oj.enr.l firm. <-:.>.-iiig unchanged to
v :..W r: No. - r. 1 May. vV: Septemb r.
TJ’i 17.1 s$*. cloying ai .--s'*.
i *, PH rrc* : ji., 91 hush* ! export*.
• N°- ?:
• • options opened -itady and wer- dull
•tV mor: ii:~. closing uncharged to t,c
lower. M iv closed at 2i*-sc; September.
••■* 13-pfoSlc. closing at 31e.
, . - ishel • xport -
its hush Is: spot mark t quiet: No. 2.
‘ ■ . • No. 3 whit-. 25e: options dull and
1 f, uir.-s, closing unchanged from last
night. , „
Hav and hops, dull.
Hides, firmer.
Wool, steady: fleece. 1^-ii-c: pulled, let*
Beef, quiet.
Outmeats. steadier.
i ,[•,!. -v. western steam, 51 0.1 -; re
tln. d easy.
Pork and tallow, quid.
P troleum. dull.
Tun; mine, easier.
R rice and molasses, steady.
iVttonse.il oil, steadier.
Hof options op-nod steady at tin
1 c’ .iaa-a pv • s and dosed hardy steady
I ai I unchai jed to :► points advance: sal ?.
i- s
S - r. raw or: r; mould A. 4'sCt stand*
nr I A. f-V : confectioners* A. 4asc: cut
io if. ."’ic; granulated. f’i*c: cubes. 4'*c.
r:\TTIMOnE. Mav 22 Flour, dull and
u. ng.‘d: v ipts. 0.133 barrels: exports.
1>.7.*3 barrels. _ .
Wh at. strong: spot. .'W.,.y'V: receipts.
« t-> bushels, e- ports, t.one; south, rn wheat
‘ \ vrr ‘’firm £», • • >\c: Septemher.
. hid. st-amen mixed. 2.y»->d r*~
pts .21,220 bushels: xports. S.«» bush
southern white corn. -YV. do yellow.
firm: No. 2 white. 2$*i2S‘ie: receipts.
6.vs' busheN: exports, none.
Ry firm: No. 2 western. 4t' :c bid. re
ll'.iy. ady choice timothy. $!2.V' 7H*A
Fluid r. cjcff* and ctico-so, steady nnd un
char ged.
i iN>"inNATI. M .y 22.—Flour, quiet,
wh. at, st< ady: No. 2 n !. 9
C>rti, quh : : No. 2 mixed, 2*>l;C.
Oats, firm: No. 2 mixed. 22c. ,
Tty., steady; No. 2. [email protected]$c.
l.-rd, easy at $3 *2>.
| Bulk m-at*. quiet af $4 20.
Bacon, easy at Si tu.

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