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"no nv V Wl??* woLlh*.J? 00
In Ciula ot Fl*e 8 ~ ^P*
In Club* ul Ten
"'^i^'iTlKSrSKi '
Tim ui4it<* price* are Invariable. Remit at
our risk. In Vntu or l*oetofflea Money Ordure. aud
where uultb**r o,' theae can 1* |Toctin*l, atud tbe
ino&ty In * K*l?teiad ! "?'
TUP TNTF.I.LTOKHCRR will prteent dally tbe
ncwi In nil from all quart era of
the world, lu wi'il a* ? cowplou word of local
I'lfB WEEKLY a priuli*! on Thursday, and am
be had at the counter, In paid envelope*, road/
(or lualillJK. ?rtfwi<i ?M to aUttti frlrnit
rwwi
'flRSCRPJKKS.? Persona dwrtrlng to hare the
lun.r If iKLi iwu.Nt KH left regularly at their
nuidcacaa in (lis city and luburbi, can fco
wrved by lt?vlnx their addr<*>i at Counting 1
Uooui, MC by drop letter tlirwUKh tho poat otllrt*. i
TO CONTRIBUTORS.?No attention will he paUI |
to aounyuiuua eouimuolcatlona; every article ,
must Ik* accompanied by t'.e wrlter'arwil name
and addr?*?. 1
Uuslniis uttera for u* should 6# addroaaed
Fraw It Campbell," and ahouio In nocaie beaddreaaed
to aliher Individual member of Ike firm toy
nine. >
?I i
nil": rhANTOM LIUHT. '
One ol tlic True tihoat stories. ,
Piom th? lotnlon (
Nellie and I were netting by the bow- t
window in our drawing-room, which she
had thrown wide open, The day had been t
oppressively hot, but now a faint hreeie f
wucoining in from the (tea, moHt refrenh- t
inglJ welcome alter the sultry, stifling i
heat of the day. It wan quite dark?that (
woft, velvety darkness that belong* only 1
to a perfectly moonless starless night. ^
Just down below our window lay the
yard or two of garden, (ben the long,
-trnight line of the promenade, with its
asphalt walk and drive dituly deiined hv
a shadowy row of white posts connected
by ornamental chain*. Beyond the embankment
lay the wide, desolate waste of
Haudt', stretching away for milea ami
mile* on father hand.
The tide wan far ont, no far that only
a sort of palo'grny gleam on the horizon
showed where the aea wan just beginning
to creep over the shoals and sand- t
banks ofi' the Snuthport coa*t. Seven
milea away to the right, across the estuary
of the'Kibble, the steady light from the
l.ytbam light-hoUHC kept vigilant watch
11 nd ward over the dangerous Horse bank,
that treacherous, dangerous shoal, on
which many a good slap has gone to its
doom ol shipwreck and death.
Nellie was leaning out of the window, t
her elbow on the sill, her even fiend mi -
the rnistv, soft darkness outside. li was \
as dark inside as out; wu hart no thought
of lighting tiie gftf, that long summer
evening. _ t
"How still it is I"?dim said, dreamily. ,
"What u swell oisolemn silence the uight f
lays on everything!'' t
As if to contrndicther words, u faint j
Hound like u far-off votce seemed sudden- r
ly to ripe from the sands below, and ]
swept hv with a prolonged, mournful cry. c
"What is that?" aho asked, star tied.' ?
"Some oue calling down on the Hands," (
.1 Raid.
"The intense shilne".'carries the sound f
a great'distance at night." ?
"I heard such a wild legend, this morn- i;
ing." she went on, presently, "connected
with those great dencrts of sand that
Htretch over toward Lythaut. Old Joe,
the boatman, says they are haunted by a
phanton voice."
"How thrilling!" 1 remarked, skeptically.
"What docs it nay'."'
"Don't scoil'. Jean," said Nellie, a little
vexedly. "It is a mo-t pathetic, dreadful
legend. Years ago, before there was a
tewn here at all, people used to cross the
Hands between here and I<ytham on horsehack.
One stormy evening, a traveler
had crossed, as usual, and had almost
reached the abort*, when suddenly a bright
light appeared, hovered for a moment
over a spot h yard or two away, and then
vanished. At the same moment, a piteous,
unearthly cry echoed all around.
The horse became wild with terror, and
broke loose, throwing his rider to the
ground, When he recovered himself, he
found, lying on the ground at hid feet, the
body of a beautiful young girl. She was
quite dead, with a ghastly wound in bur
wide, from which the blood had Mowed all
over her white dress. The traveler staggered
away to the nearest house, g-.it as- '
distance, and had the girl's body laid in
an upper room. That night, an awful
storm arose. A ship was wrecked on
the Horse tank, and otdy one man, the ,
captain, saved. lie was taken to
the same house where the traveler had
already found shelter, and, by some mistake,
"was put into the room where the
murdered girl was lying. At the sight of
her he gave an appalling shriek, and fell <
down senseless. When he revived, he
was questioned, and confessed that the
beautiful young girl was hia wife, whom
in a moment ot rago and jealousy he had
stabbed to the heart and cast into the sea.
And the sea had given up her dead, and
tluf waves had cast him on shore, and the
murderer ami his victim were face to
I face. And now they say the voice of the
murdered girl haunts the place whero she
was found. It seems to rise from the
I sands, and goes echoing and wailing along,
calling, calling, ns if lu mortal agony.
The old boatman nays people havo followed
it,believing some one was in peril,
and havo been lured on anil on, till the
I tide has overtaken them, and they were
drowned."
"What a horrible tale!" 1 said, with a
shudder. "I wish you had not told it to
^ me."
I*-And lit) navs," went on Nellie, unheed- t
Lug my remark, "that whoever hears the f
voice ia'in ri*k of great peril or danger,
or Home kin.I of worrow or trouble is ?
about to happen to him." t
Nellie's voice had unconsciously taken J
a tone of awe. The mill, somber dark- |
ne#, the midnight hour, and the weird, I
melancholy legend had Infected us both {
with an undefined sensation of opprcs- j>
siou and fear, a presentiment of dread ji
and evil. Wo kept our places by the
window, looking out into the deep, velvety
darkness, with the far-away solitary
light from the light-house gleaming like
a red spark. a
Suddenly, while wo sat, the sound of a ?
voice roue again from the lonely nam)*, a $
moaning, piteous voico wailing and itn- *
ploring as if in unutterable distress. It C
seemed to mingle with the booiu of the j
distant sea, now rising, now falliug, a
lonely deaolute wail, thrilling through j
tlmdarknesa like a rouI in mortal agony. ,,
it wan dying away in the distance, in a 5
low, faint hob, when Nellie auddenly i
sprang back into the room. ?
"0 Jean, look!" she cried, "Look, (ho I
phantom light 1" 8
1 leant out of tho window, and gazed
out along thd promenade. Flushing
through the souiber darkness like a great
mar, was a brilliant, beautiful light. It f
came rapidly toward us Irorn the right, _
apparently floating in the air; and itlu- I
miuating the space belore it for several a
yards. It advanced very swiftly, with a c
steady, forward motion, floating along $
about a yard from the ground. As it 8
catne nearer, we perceived, looming dimly ?
behind it, a giant Hhadow, weird and gro- ^
temjue, with outspread wings and misty, *
undefined form, while a sharp rust- ^
ling' whirring Round accompanied its progress.
f
As the i>hamtotu approached, the deao* tl
late moaning row again from the sands,
and swept along in low, shuddering cries,
dying away, sad and piteous a* before.
With the last faint sound, the light leaped ^
up lor one second iuto intense brilliancy, >
and disappeared. j
"0!" cried Xeliio fearfully. "What is 4
it, Jean r <
"1 don't know.* I replied, a feeling of
unaccountable drew! and horror taking
hold of ice. The very demon of fear
seemed to jKjssesa my sensee; an Icy grasp 1
of terror iaid hold of my heart.
The air outside seemed to hare become 1
suddenly clammy and cold; a chilly eerie
wind crept in at the window. The very
darkness seemed filled with shapes. ]
hideous and impalpable, at which 1 dared ]
not look, lent they should take form be- I
fore my eyes. ]
"There it is again!" shuddered Nellie. ,
And with unutterabledread we saw the
brilliant itarlike light again floating to* j
ward uh, thin time from the right hand. <
It came on swiftly, with the impalpable, ]
fantastic shadow in the air above it, and, .
when exactly opposite, vanished.
We sat paralysed with terror, uot dar- *
ing to move, a horrible, benumbing terror
letting our hearts.
This phenomenon happened neveral '
times, the light alternately appearing
From the right and left, and always van- j
ishing wheu exactly opposite to us, and j
always accompanied by the moaning j
roico. 1
Again the low wailing sounds from the J
sands, profoundly melancholy, inexpres* J
lihly mournful, like nothing akin to humanity.
No words were uttered, but the
igony of the tones was like a voioe from
the grave. J
"Jean, Jean, here it is again!" cried ,
Nellie, cowering in my arms. 1
And once mora the brilliant phantom >
light anpeared. This time it came on j
nor? slowly, glancing to and fro un- i
iteadily, while the shadowy form behind J
t seemed more grotesque and misty than 1
iver.
"Oh, Jean, if it is true! If it comes to
oretell some loos, some trouble 1" sobbed
S'ellie in tears.
"Hush, hush, dear 1" I tried to say re- I
isiuringly. "It cannot be. Sorrowmaf f
iome to ua if Qod wills it, but not >
hrough?" B
"I say old fallow," shouted a voice *
lown below in the darkness. "You'll ?
righten somebody into fits with that lan- ?
ern dodge of yours. You and vourcon- 7,
i l: i_ i l. hi i ;i_i- "
uuuucu uivjbio iuuk iiks ouiuo nurriuie, j
chuatlj specter, tlitting along in the dark. I'ou
gave mo a precioaa start, 1 can tell &
rou." Nellie and I jumped to our feet, a
ind gazed incredulously out ot the win- *
low. Down belown in the road, a yard
>r two to the right the phantom light
todd stationary at last. In the glare
eforeita young fellow was standing, ?
chile behind loomed the fantastic, toys- *
eriousshadow rohhedofall its terrors in *
i moment. V
"Isn't it a stunning dodge?" said the j
hadow, in moat unghostly slang. "You j
ee, Jack, thin asphalt's first rate to prac- v
ico on; hut a fellow has no chance in the (aytiiue
for those confounded carriages; e
o 1 rigged out this dark-lantern and lasened
it to my biovcle, and I can spin
ilong in peace now."
"Take care you don't spin away the
vita of all the old maids on the promolade."
returned the other. "You look j
uost horribly like some goblin from the j,
ower regions, with your dark-lantern j
lushing iu front; those noiseless wheels n
ind your long legs and arms spread out 8
ike gteat wings behind." si
The other laughed.
"The old inaidsare all last asleep long
igo, bless their old eyes," he returned irreverently.
'"But I say, Jack, the match U
or the four-oars will have to bo put off, ti
o-morrow; we are going to have an aw- n
ul storm. Listen! how the wind sighs d
iiul moans anions the girders of the pier! \
t sounds for all the world like some one "
ailing out in distress, and it's n sure ^
ign oi rough weather. What a rage
iregory will be in if?"
The two old maids had heard quite
nough. .Nell and 1 looked at each other ~
heepishly, it must be confessed, and then
mrst into a hearty laugh. FINANCIAL
AND COMMERCIAL j
BY TULEQIUm.
Mow York Money und Slot kN.
New York, December 30.? Monky?
:i7 per cunt, closing easy at Ca7 per cent,
'rime mercantile paper 5u7 per cent, (,'us- ^
oius receipts $98,000. The Assistant ? !
Treasurer duburned $1,380,000. Clearings b
Ml.000,000. Sterling tiriu^at $4.84*4.St).
Uol.D?guiet, opening* and rinsing at ?
1)7%. Carrying rates 1>? per cent per
lietu until Tuesday and 7 per cent gold, (la t<
<Yi percent per annum.
Sii.VF't?The London ipintation is the
a in" ui Friday week. Here to-day
lie quotations are silver bars in greeula^ks
$1 31. iu uold ?1 22: silver com !C.
Im.vkrnair.nth?Activo and steady.
)uiu-icut<?i 6a of irsi, coupons............ -liJW e
'lre-TweuU? (1SK5) 10^i2 J
lve>T*?nti? (IMA) new ... ..llWfc *
Itt^TwruUee i!M7) ~ll4i
'lrp-Twenth* (1666) H7%
few Flrw......... _ ? 111%
icw rotirsnd a half*
oii-fortlee (cuupuua) \
urmiry Sixra \
Railroad Bonds?There was h firm w
eeling uud n good demand prevailed, tc
'ho largeit trancactions wero in Chicago .c
nd Northwestern fold coupons, which ad- $
anced from 93 to 93K* u
Statk Bonds?Qniet and steady; prices
lotnlnal.
STOCKs?Market to-day irregular, some locks
advancing nnd others ahowing a -i
leclino. Lake shore, the active stock, I
ras uot quotable and weak, declining from
6}? to 55 and closing at 55! i. Michigan F
Jentr.il advanced from 44% to 45% and
encted to 44?^. New York Central ad:ince??
from 10C^ to 101 >? and declinod
0 190;f. Delaware, Lackawanna A Wentrn
roso from 72 to 73closing at the
lighest point. The other changcs were
luimportunt. ilarket cloned dull and a
reak. The transactions for the day aggreuled
132,000 shares, of which 4,000 wer?
S'estern t'nion, 4,500 St. Pauls, rt9,0f ' i
-ake Shore, 2,8<K) New York Central, ? ",00
)hios, 17,600 Michigan Central, 2,400 New
ersey Central, aud 14,200 Delaware, Uckwanna
A Western.
toura Umon...? 7(*4' North w?Urn pfj... M
ideksUvtr...... IS New Jermy Cau._ Mi |tilck.ill?or
pfd 18!/ Rock Island' Wl2
'*cltic Mall 24 8C Paul....^.......... a>
(ArlpoM .. 8fc 8U Paul ptaferrwl... bfr,
IsripoM preferml.. ?V} Wabeih...... ? 7
Ldams fUpre*...M lot Fort Wayne. 100K
?T*Ui, Fargo A Co._. Tem Haute. S
Ltuencau ? w .Terre Haute pld 15 I!
M Chlc*K? A Alton..,. M
. Y. 08ntral...?M...louS ChlioA Alton pfd...I(#
L C. C. A 1?87 Ohio A MlsslsdppL t5
W?- ?H W*. A Ucka. 7* P
jrlo pxttferml 17% A. A P. Telegraph- 15 C
" ? A. A P. Telegnn pf *
Urlem preferred... 1M Mtawurl lWc. 102^
llchlgsn Central... \i% Indiana Central... .lorti
a nam a? m Burlington A Quln..l 16 a
Inlon Padflc ?<* *.. f>o H.Adt.Joe ...111)4
ake Shore Ulf Central Pac. bonds.?lw2
IlinotaOiutral....... to Onion PaciOc b'di,.li*i2
'Ittaburgh 89% Slnk'gFund ... *
iurttiwt?i?rn oitn. ljind OranU.... luM
K*. Dividend.
4'hlcago. (
Chicago, December 30.?Flour?Quiet
nd linn. Wheat-In fairdemand at lower
ates; No. 2 Chicago spring $1 25M cash; 1
25^ January; $1 February; $l 29 r
larch; No.3,$l 12all2tf; rejected 96a97c.
!oru?Doll, weak and lower nt 44>^ocaih;
5>$c February: rejected 38^a39?}. Oats? J
n fair demand nt lower rales; 34c cash;
}\i' February. Kye?Firm. Hurley?
1 inner nt 66c. Fork?Unsettled, but gen- ^
rally higher; $17 30al7 32M February; li
U0al7 67^ Match. Lnrd?Steady and r
" Coodd^mand; $11 10 cash; $11 27 H? r
iw ??Febro*ry; I" *2Kall 45 March, g
a/Me"t,?rl)u"5t R,,J unchanged atu^a J
>aa9c. Whisky-Quiet at $1 06X.
Cincinnati.
ClKCIKNATI, December 30.-C'otton- ft
ma. Wheut-Dull; red $1 S5al 45. Corn 8
-Dull nt 44a46c. Oata? Firm at 33a38c.
tye?1-irmat80c. Barley?Steadvat$l 00
I a*?. Fork?Firm; sales earlv nt $17 00,
losing ut$17 25 asked. Lard-Dull; steam
lie; kettle 12o. Bulk Meats?Stronger; 1
boulders C??c; short rib g^c; short clear
c;. Bacou?Dull and nominal, lireen
leals?Stronger, shoulders $6 50; short rib 8
50; hams $9 OOalO 00, from 16 to 15 lbs. 1
verugo. Butter?Steady and unchanged.
Vhisky?Quiet nt $1 05.
Hoofl?Quiet; common $5 40af? 90; fair to
oml higher nt $0 OOafl 30; packing $6 35a
'ehnlec $6 70a8 75. <
Toledo.
TohRDp, December So.-Flonr-Sleaily.
V e.k; No, 2 wliitf |Hii
1 wW ' Micl, ??n ?143; Xo.2.oib,r 1
ll^ou $1 41. Core-Dull; Ugb mixed J
4?Ci new No. 3, 4Jc; new damarca 43o *
).t,-Klrm; No. *, S5.; r.]Mt.d SOHe.
Annual Review of the Baltimore
Cattle Market.
IIAX.TIMORK, December 90.?The following
exhibit hows the number of Href < nt- ou
tie, 8lieep and Hog* receivM iu HuUimore
daring the jrear 1M70: g
B<?r iSheodi
Oitllo. l.iinlw. (Toga.
January I 1J<n 10,950 20,62i) *
February fl.Oil 7.707 17,416 _
Mirth O.WJ 9,12ft 2S.IS5 C*
April ... O.W? 11,1*. Si.loi
U?y C>30 24.4tW *V,1W 3
luin 4 389 29 199 IC.tfJ} IK?
Fuly 6,230 27,*73 15,lit J
tUfuat 1MB #8,147 a?,Ci? (a,
feptttubcr 12.301 18IW7 19,47V mi
October 19,031 22,241 24,0:5 ?
WoTrm?*r. 17,043 19,219 28.2i> po<
[fcraml.tr 9.418 1,818 22,M4 Ul
Total. .3 1 lO.aU 222,21) 23l]?3 ^
Total lor 1S7&? ll?,879|"T74t610 ftffo On
WtlKltK Til* Dltr CATTtK All fROM. fj
'"Iflota : .... 40,102 U(
_ 21,091 (
ffmI Virginia ? 19,CM of 1
HI**-.- 7221 I
Maryland ^ .. 6 J75
' wuylranla........ .......... a,120 1
tanm ,.. 2,154 1
fontneky... ....... 1.142 ?
II. lour 1 410 1
;<" !? ? 1
*ud? IV J
Total ? .ilWM E
"una tbiy cm r?o? is 1979. C
-'Irglnlt 41,791
mlo......... ... n.flsv ,
??t Virginia. ? 113,11 IS J
Wrjlutu.. SUNG
'tpu.ylT.nl, 1M
UlMI....... 4,779 a
C?olMkr...?.?_? 1,477 ""
J"""- ? I..TO
dliaourl 2ufl
wlUna. .. . mi/ 1
ch.
Total 11S.37a On
New York. J,
Niw York, December 80, ?Cotton? i
Exchange closed. Flour?Busineia light qJ
or export and home one; prices unchanged. bm
Vheat?.Shippers disposed to hold off; unrailed
spring $1 21 nl 35; No. 2 Milwaukee f
it 41al 43; No. 3 old new mixed $1 30. No. J
Chicago spring nominally $1 33. Kye? g
Steady; western bla85o. Barley und Malt c
-Quiet and unchanged Corn?Quiet aud *
mchanged, Oata?Quiet and unchanged.
Jav and llops?Dull aud nominal. Coffee *
-Quiet and firm; ltlo cargoes ITKaiOJio. I
lugar?Quiet. Molniaea?New Orleans 58
59o. IUoo?Quiet. Whisky?Quiet but
teady at $113.
fhllMdelphlii.
Philauklpiua, December 3w.?Petroletn?Nominal.
Clover Meed? MatjKc. jj
'lour?Quiet and firm; Minnesota family and
8 75a725. Wheat?Scarce and unchanged, pro
lorn?In fair demand at 67X?. Oata?
'irm; western mixed 38a43c. Pork?$17 50. J,
.ard?lOKalO&c. Butter?New York and J
Iradford county extra 32a33c; first* 27a30c; 8
resteru extra 25a27o; firsts 21a'22o. Cheese I
-Firm at lSXal4}4o. F.ggs?Soarco; westrn
fresh 32a34c. Whisky?Western $1 13. /
lKultlmore. (]
Baltimore, December 30. ? Flour ?
tuiet and unchanged. Wheat?Firm,
torn?Western mixed old 68K<?? Oata? Ca
'irm; western mixed 33a35c. Kye?Nornual.
Clover Seed?Active at 14){al5c.
'ork?$17 00al7 25. Petroleum?KeKned |
ominal; Crude quiet at 12J?c. Coffee? nwi
trong and unchanged. "Whisky?Quiet and of i
teady nt $t 15.
New York Dry tioodn. J
New York, December 30.-Business J
ght with commission houses, i'ottons v
riuly held bv agents. Medium und dark
rints in fairdemund, and printed shirtings g
oing well. Gingham* ouiet aud steady. ?
Vorated coatings in fair demaud, but eus- 13
imers less active. Foreign goods remain J]
uiet. *
Pittsburgh. Q
Pittsburgh, December 30.?Petroleum
-Quiet; crude $3 80.?3 8jfat Parker'a; rened
28c, Philadelphia delivery.
= C?
|^1U^, FIttW 4 CO., H1
BOOK BIDDERS "S
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. g
?? rone
Are prepared it all times, with the l*?t material, ii
> fill orders for Blank Ifcmka inch at tre ui -d by 8<
lanks, Counties, Corporations, Kuilrnufa ?n.i M?ttiatiu.
upon abort notice, aud In tbe n (Italialeand
workninnllkc maimer. U
Having all the latent and tnoat Improve 1 niaehU j<
ery wo fed cunQdeut that we will render ntirit mmt
itlsfactlon to all who favor u* with tnelr unite*. ?
Music, Mazarines and Periodicals of every dp:riptlon
bound In a ut*t and durable manner.
MILLS, FREW & co.,
No* 23 akd 27 Focnratvia Ex.,
dew WHBKLIKO. W. VA. /
STAR FOUNDRY. E
add
benjamin fisher, rs
Manufacturer of the celebrated ^
(alley Star Cook Stoves =
nth the low down Copper Reservoir for extension n
ips Also a great varioty of ?ther Cook and Jlout- I.
IX Storea. a oomplete aaaortment of Marhellted
late ami Iron Mantels, Marble, .Slate and Iron
earths convtsntljon hand. ^ ^
job casting done to order. w
etc.
0013 1614. 101ft. If!8,1620.? IRQ Market 8t ?tr,
war
ninf. goods cm
^ "53
or the holidays, c/
and
Biique and Parian Statuary, -mDlectro
Plate and French Bronzes, |
Flae Bohemian Gltiiware,
Mil a large lot of other Good# suitable for
Present*, at
Mac
k. W. PAULL & BRO'S, c.?
1U3 MAIN STREF.r. 1"i|
?- (I
PARSOIT'S
(rouiui niLL'e)
gallery, e
205 Market St., opp. McLubk iiocss.
Is the place to get Q
:ieyant and Artistic Photographs
or YOUR LITTLE ONUS.
ecure the shadow ere the aubatance fades.
uoS j i
i. m. hawley; On
CONTRACTOR, ^
5ARPENTER AND BUILDER,
AOK*T r?t?
HICTZ'S HASII LOCK,
EmI thing at the CvntrnnUI; dlapensee with
weight* and pulle;*.
OB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
All work done when promiied.
(Hficn-98 ) Mauktt St., ul>or? Market Houee.
ealdeme, 61 Fifteenth Street, p-P.
note Whkkumq.W. Va. -v|ni
JOLiD uli
j fern
SILVER SPOONS & FORKS ?r
Ark
AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE.
AUo a large assortment of UVJ
eld and Slim Watches, Stone Cameo, Coral ind |_|"
other Fine jewelry, Table Wirt, Clocks,
Bronree, Spectacle!, ho., 1 he
At matlr rwluc*! nricra. Oil an 1 examine. j"''1
turn
C. IP- BROWN, *"
ijo7 ?UHKRr street. v.
as
htTHKKLfNO CKMKNT WORKS. Spl
AINDQ^W .J. LONG, ?1'
MAMOrACTCIKI Of S '
5EMENT AND LIME,
AMD CONTKACTOI VOI AU, JOHW Of rlMI
STONEWORK. ?ij
:,;1 WHKELIWO. W. YAH Pf?
aOMIN*. WHITE BEANH, DRIED CORN T)
Uiiocd Pcjkchra, Cmn?l TeinaloM, Layer D
AUlna, Valencia RaMna, CurrauU, Prunes ?c
For ade br ote.
*14 LIST, DAYENPORT A PARES.
FINANCIAL.
a ? B Pmt ^M^Apun, T. im
ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY 5
ducrMKrt to tba a
llUff NATIONAL BANK OK WHKJUJDO. J
pifaM 1160,000
[Lie Bank ta oraaalaed and prepan-d toUauaact J
i l>u*ineaaol bankltiMln all lud?uil?.
It feaniMKla the PlrM Ritlctitl Bank of WbMlIng, j
nrntd bjr tb?> tame thrnvholdcn aid la oadar tbf
ue utauajccuient. <;
?T carefully recanting ihu Inlaraataol Ita Corn#- ?
idfuta ami I* pnetiora. rid by a prom?' and i.
llifuleiecutiunnf ttMlr wlibee, it Lupca to afrit
ilr eateviii and euofidiUM*. r
foti* and Bllla dlatountwl. 0
/ollrctluna inada on all polnu throughout the u
iuidtttate*.
>p<*lt Accounts lutject to chatk at d?ht re- r
frow Baoka, Bankara, Flraa, OormraUocj
I Individual.
>rtlttiau* of Daporit laaaad payable on deuaurf
at flxad datea.
ntemt allowed on Special D?podta. J
pimtoMi ti
okn K. Botaiord, Win. B. Bhnpaou. b
aoob ti. Bbodaa, Wa. A. Turner,
1
J?nrrM. Harper, nrfl*<Uv .
[xchange Bank.
. H. Tajccit, I'rra't. Bin't tatflULMt, V. f. ^
wfily
1liK.nl RiMMda to the bualoMi of Um Jtfw J
nta' National Bank, and deaia in Coin, Coununa,
uinercial Paper and Bllla of Exchange.
Dtercat paid ou Special Depoalta.
bllectlona on all pointi and proceada
mptlj remitted.
Lccvunta of Bankan aad Bnatneee Men aolldted.
toekboldara liable to depodtora according to tba ,
latitutloo of tba Bute the mum aa lit National C
ika. '
nimtcTon:
. N. Vance, 8. Horkbalmer,
? B. Dalaitlaln, I?. Outwan,
.0. HoOwann, Wo. Elllnghaui,
atn'l Laaahlln, H. Wallaoe,
Irawlord Hwlh,
U9 J JONFj^^y^
he People's Bank. (
OIRo*, No. 60 Main Itmt,
WHEELING, W.VA.
toM^nMlted on Intnreat raid oo ?<
'oUa and Bills Discounted. Exchange tooght
old. Collections at home or fro? broad
inptlj attended to.
Diraeroaa:
ohn Bald. John Vockke,
ohn Hinillm, kicharU Chi tar.
amuel J. Boyd, John P. Tranche!,
ndrew Wilson, Thomas 0?Brlen.
hrlstlan Hens,
JOIIN BKID, Preddent. _
t p- mi-a
lommercial Bank.
pltal, .... $100,000.
ovvica-No. 1409 Malu Ht.
atorcst paid on tSpedal Dt-potlu. Collections
le and proceeds promptly remitted. Account*
nerchants nnd othorn solicited.
tuucTon:!
hps. H. List, J. L Btlftt, F
L J. Smyth, W. T. Burt,
. C. Thomas, Chaa. H. Booth.
i. A. Wilson,
THUS. H. LIST. President.
J. L. BTlFKL, V. hvL
P.HILDBBTH, Cashier. Jal8_
'. C. Lwr, Joaxrn Sktkold,
llMKT K. Lift, I'ilBiKHI LiMB,
rn. A. LOT, Hurt W. IJ*T.
!ank of Wheeling, ^
WHEELING, W. VA.
plW, .... $100,000. n
lockholdcrs rcraocnllj lUblc and representing u
r 1500,000. N
eccirca Depuelta and Discounts Paper.
nils In Gold, Bllter, (kiiti-ltrafta and Starling
hange.
Jia traits on England, Ireland, France, Gar*
17 and other prominent parts of Europe. ?
u^snd Nells Gu?crntueat, Slate, City and BalU
lU-rwt paid on Special DepuelU. ~
wlal atti-ntinn uirun t.i fV.tivtlnni
E. C. I-lfiT, PrrtJant. i
. LAMB, Cuhlor.
T8. HEYBOI.n, AwliUnt OuMct. >18 >
"educational^ y
^HEELING
itab!lsh?d In IBBO. l or tb? name* awl P. 0. f"
reti of la youu* men likely to attend n buaU |]
i oolite, we will icnd, treo, our Illustkaticd
lcqk JoCKNAt, nnd Specimens erf Ornamental
ra.nahlp. Addreaa J. M. FIUuSHER A CO ,
eellog, W. Va. no24-?od
VRCAOY FOR A0E.1TS?THE
ENTENNIAL EXPOSITION [
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
raphlc pen-Ploturo of ita history, grand buildl,
wonderful exhibits. curiosities, great days.
Profusely Illustrated, thonughlij pmnilar, and
chup. Ji tilling Immensely. 6,000 AGENTS
ited. fend for lull particular!. Thin la the
nca oHOO ywtrito celn money fast. Got tho _
reliable hlatarr. HUBBARD BSOl H ESS. Pubs.. C
! SansomSlrcef, Philadelphia, Pa. [
kllTlflN Be not tlucelved l>y premituro
1U IIUI1 books axiutnlnK lo bo "oWcIjU,"
Idling what will happen In August and Srp"&
P. COATS
M
ft bwn awarded a Msfal ana Diploma at the Q|
tennlal Exposition and comminded by tho
|?? for pi
superior strength i
? AMD? 81
:xcellent; quality cl
-!f: ii
POOL COTTON."
A.T QO3H0RN, Olfictor GflflB, tl. |
i 1.1. HAWLEY. Prtl. f\
Atttt. B. BotKLK-t, Hec'y pro tarn. %
; Extra Flna Mixed Cards, with name, 10 eta., ^
> puat-pald. I- JOK?8 Jt CO., Nssau, N. Y. jdl
;Co ?77 aWeek to Agents. 8am plea nuts.
IJ >- H> / / p. Q. VICKEltY, Augusts, Ma. ,
ie Little Rock
and Fort Smith c
RAILWAY
uas
FOR SALE Fl
wing I.and*, Grating Lauds, Fruit LftiJi,
t Land*, Owl Lauds, Wool 1, mils, some T'mule
ds Bottom Lnnde, and Uplands, on terms lo
the purchaser. Six per cant lnu-rait ou detd
pjiueuu. Trn per cen discount (or cash
full particulars, maps auJ pamplets, apply to r ,
D. SLACK, Land I'oramlasLner, l.UUe hock ,
ansaa. __ ??
lc. SWEATY FEET. 50c. M
rTLE'S ORIGINAL OINTMENT. only
remedy that will effectually cure,Sweaty, r
der, aud Ulleuaito Suu-lhiig FwM, without ladim
effect. A ture cuarameed or money re- '
ted. Hood fa' Pie*, Frosted t'evt, aud Llufluf.
I un receipt of price.
JulIN UTILE Jc CO., u.
0. Lock Dot 2311. Ih.laoku-uu, Pa. ?}
A? your drm?)ri*tand merehuit for It.
lolal, Chronic and Obscure Olteou '.p
mm m. loung or old. Inhtrtted or KgiilrM, ''
1/Ml.d succ?ulti(Jr in a loJ
T RI CT L Y PRIVATE 7
I scientific manner. Immediate relief; speedy, Iect
aud permaoont mi it*. A successful expe- *
lu over W.UOO cams. All commuolcatlona
IdentUl. Oall or addrtse, with sUuip, for clr- pa
r, J. H. DYE, M. l?., Mo. 9 Washtniton Ate., n
roluMkh. -t dalSfodAw
iOON AND LARD.
A full aupply always on band of Leal lard,
I Hatma, Shoulder* cUr Hldee, h. C. Briak.tu,
Orders Oiled fresh from awoke house dtiK
FOR SALE.
JTKUKTEE'8 SiLLE.
In ptinuinceof n Deodol Truit given by Oaorso I
V. Kck hurt and wife, dated Anguat 24th, lh73,aud
ecorded in the Clerk'* office (or Ohio county, West
rirRlnla. in Deed Book No. 83. |wk* M?. ? . and
lao by tii* written dtmtloni of Barl?ra Eckhart,
rife of gild Umrgo W. Eckhart, I will, on
VEDN KSDAY, the 20th day of December, 187?, .
nil the following descritwd property, couveyid to 1
no by aald detdof taut (or ao much thereof u '
nay he nemaary to pay off the Ifent <m Mid pro?rty
At the data of the conveyance above named),
?>vlt: Lota Noe. nlue i9j and twenty-two 122), In
iorth Whirling; nl<w Uta Nos. thirtr-olgbt i8fl)
nd twenty-seven (27), thirty-six (36), tnlrty-aeven
*7), twenty-right (2*), twenty-nine (2?)i thirty*
ue (81). thirty-two (3J) and tAlrtj-ihm* (3S), In
iorth Whirling.
Matdaale will lie mad* at the front door of the
lourt ilvuve for Ohio county, at lo o'clock a. m., a
u the following terms: Ouc-third of the purchase I
louey to lie paid In caob, the balance In aix, I
irelroand vlght.m months, with Intereat; defer- I
?1 payments to be aatUlactorlly wcured.
C. E. KTlt'EL, Trustee.
Wukkuno, November 29, 18:8.
In addition to the above, 1 will alio offer fur aala
t the seine time and plaee.ptrtof Lot No. ten (10)
o Main street, North Wheeling, (about tbeone*
l?lrd thereof) being the Mine part now occupied
y Joeeph Kletdr. ooSo
Tb? above sale has been postponed until TMUK3 AY,
January 4, 1877.
dt2l C. E. HT1FEL, Trustee.
ITOVfcb & hardware.
Stoves! Stoves! (
_ \
OSEPH BELL & CO.
Largest and Bent Btook of
c
booking,
Parlor and
Heating Stoves
[u the market, which they are prepared
to nell J
Cheaper than the Cheapest If
you wish to buy u titove of auy <leiription,
call and see them.
SAJ.E3 BOOM-NO. its Main St.
JOSEPH BELL & CO.,
ARLINGTON STflVP. WORKS
ocl7 1 ^
}UBE AND 8WEET.
B. F. CALDWELL
0
11a* od hand bomb of the float
REFRIGERATORS
t>pr Drought tfl the city.
or keeping Meata, Butter, Vegetahlea
and Milk Pure and Sweet tbey
are the tiling.
A1m> ttur UMTtment ol the bMt uuk* p
Cooking Stoves! B
c
Together with a complete anortment ol
P
louse Furnishing Goods.
GALVANIZED IRON WORK *nd TIN ROOF- A
*0 dono *t ihort notice.
fi
108.1507 and 1509 Main Street,
NRAE B. A 0. Dkpot. c
myttj V
BOOTS AND SHOES.
718TABLI8HED IK 1837. T
u
KBLWOM VANCR. UROUGK ADAMS.
/ANCE& ADAMS, *
fi'imiHiinnua Tn
Jj. Kium tie Co. ami ifcCitUan die Knru I
Mdnufaoturhni aud Jobbers of "
Joots and Shoes,
No. ISOI M?ln 81, WtiMlIng, W. Vi.
]H8 J
5LANK BOOKS
?AND?
iOOK BINDING.
I
We are prepared to make Blank
boks for Banks, County Offices,
erchants, and others,with print1
heads or without, r,i: the best E
iper and first-clfjs Binding,
hich for durability and elegance
innot be excelled, at prices to
jit the times. Call and see spemens
at the C
fTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 ami 27 FonrtPf nth St. 1
< M nfng m AM Dn.BOITANNAN'S
n A R R i a fi r "
nnihiao^ubi u..... m* uichn *fi .kh.,IECRETS.?s^i
o
'* V*V*i *** Srxailtjrftrni.itawtuciiri ^
kind of Dnr?K?. w'th IiUMlmla of valuibi* rvrcip't,
io thoulJ ntam.thttinn?1im?nti to martfife.thrlr ca*
ami rnrp.Tnm?on til fully ?*i?i?|titn|f thrl,
i?r?. ?ytiipti.ii! i Mil muni in ctirt I it lull* only r*?llv
rntine *?>rk with* kind ?ur publUhrd, ami U romiilnV
"i rv f. R. ?t n-rurWy ?raUil un rrripi of to ct?.
I4?rt?. I?r. a A. 1MUNSAN. 6W Kor.U ?illh ttntx. Ot
liu.i..Uu> LittlUubfiiia 1X5. jJ(
j1RE$II BUTTER. _
Tlavine mail* nrrang'imenW to receive n
pplyof
resh Butter, Eggs and Chiokens, .1
EVERY FRIDAY. ?(
mi now prepared to fill all orders at the
went market price. _
J. W. BARTON, *1
51 and 2253 Market St., old Mutnal8tore.
_ II
>HILLIP BRA ILLY, ^
wi
No. 1140 Mam St., ITorkbrook's Block, ?
ikw a aptrialt; of Uli PATEST METALLIC ~
lUNKRS fur Caakets The advantage derived
'cu this potent I* that thejr allow an expanMon of
I wood iu tha Laikei, but preveotlt from falHux j]
tft, ao that In caM of a removal the Caaket will .
found entire, Instead of In plecca, aa It aoon Ci
mid be without the uaeof the ''Coruera." Order*
1 funerala promptly attended to. auS a
iOOKS AND PAMPHLETS, 3
J .. . B"
1*1
kt
IINTED WITH ACC'JKACt AN!) DISPATCH AT of'
?fi
OFFICE OF THE *j
DAILK TNTEIXIGENCEK, &
kt)
25 and 27 Fourteenth St, Nt
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Christmas Holidays!
rHOS. HUGHES & CO.
UAVE BECE1VED
For the Holidays
A. FULL LINE Of
BLACK, BROWN & WHITE
Silk Scarfs!
A. FULL ASSORTMENT
ILOVES,
COLLARS,
MUFFLERS,
CUFFS, Eto.,Eto.
lifi |
iorner 12th and Water Sts.
de2Q
J. H.STALLMAN &C0.,
Merchant Tailors!
We have received rot the
Fall and Winter Trade
ne of the LA.RQE8T AMD BEST ?E
LECTED STOCK OP GOODS
over brought to the city.
Ml the NEW STYLES
?OF?
'lain and Plaid Suitings,
liagonal and Basket Worsteds,
astor and Fur Beavers,
lain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
ad all styles of goods usually found in a
rst-clasa establishment.
A fine line of
iFNTfi' FURNISHING GOnnft
A!wa7? in store.
HE BEST PLACE TO BUY SHIRTS
in the city.
jarCall anil look at our good*.
lo. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
?28 ?
Mew Goods!
ALL AND WINTER.
C. HESS & SON,
Herchant Tailors,
COB. 14th AND MAIN STS.
ave J nit received their large and elegant
took of Gooda lor
FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
Embracing all aew designs of
loths,
Caitimeret,
Vestings,
Suitings, and
Overoo?ting?,
Vhich will be made up in the Beet Btyla.
FULL LINE OF
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITS hEIBTS MADE T6 ORDER.
We invite the public to call and examine
ir stock, feeling aaanred we can offer antrior
inunoetaenta.
au29 C HESS <fc BON.
TOBACCO & CIGARS.
^ AIL CITY CIGAR WORKS.
II. SEA MOM,
aler in CHEWING TOBACCO, FINK CIUARk
tod the beat Michigan Fine Cat
in tbedlj, MAYFLOWER* NEBVB,
J?is nao want nuir
10 HMOKERS.
1 have jott received an lnvolcool
SPORTED & KEY WEST CIGARS
bleb I am retAlllntf at jul.tiln* prltm Give me
ml; yon will And my Counter the cheapest In (be
r. H?oo I- Loofi.
1*24 No. "0 Twelfto dt.
DR. BUTTS'
DISPENSARY |
rhliiyyreneipfrlfnfiilu UietrtMeeUofBexualaad 1
LronloDieea?#evrtMch kxh.
sas
2*SSSdSr fcrthewMTKUMd tha*? conumplaili*
lnlltiJ ou lh. tnjr#tofir? <j| rtprudurj- i
tun aud th? Mem hiftnattlMOl youth, 1
Labtkhlaod womanhood An IlluttratnlboekolSOJpairi, 1
private rtadlur, ahlrh i.'Muldb* kiptuodrr locautd *
r- Vat under ami forMcta.
* PUIVATB MEDICAL TRXATIB* on all dlataaa
aPriratoNaturela botfcirira, Uir abutrtand dia*
ir. * oj tta arxual untm, ?au Ut tuwaaeSaun, UpuM
""tUBdrraaafiortOctf.
dlDICALADV^OS oo b?*uii and Cfc route Difiaaaa. I
mJaal nidcii, Catarrh, Canctr, Kuptur*,th? Opium
t.,aS0p?r?*ortMataodar etalfer Wei*. All c
rvobooka contain in|4eopa(M and mirthlM rath f
o?Inc on tb? tut^u MBt aaouralr Make ea f- I
1-3 CROCERIfi*.
New Orleans Goods1
Second Arrival this Season of New
Crop
SUGAR AND MOLASSES. I
U
Having oar own Agent In New w
Orleans, we are enabled to pur- "*
chase these goods at the Lowest
Market Price, and as we are re- !?
celving fresh consignments every *
week we will always have on ?
hand the largest and best assort- ?
ed stock in the city. Give us a &
call. 8
Jos. Speidel & Co.
NEW DOUBLE IRON FRONT, $
1417 Mill & 1416 South Sts. r
po2b _ __
"Satin Gloss" Flour. *
L
100 Bbls. Just Received. *
I
Wl
Thla li IHt (In ?! qutllty of Flour ui
manufactured, and hti ill the whole- K'
Cu
tome ind nutritious quilltlx of the un- >'
m.
bolted Flour, oomblned with unequalled o.
whltenau and purity. , h
List, Davenport & Parks, i
to
SOLE AGENTS.
nol6 _ ?
NEILL&ELLINGHAM, Jjj
Co
Wholesale Grocers, S
Lb
lu
I30S MAIN STREEI g;
J
Have lo store tod ara constantly rm>lvlng a lar>je cwi
and complete Block of (ooda, such at b usually I
tound In a ttnt-claaa bouaa, comprising all grade* fui
ol Hoflced Sugtra, M ola?M, By up*, Cutlet-*. True, lm
Tobacco*, Carolina Kiev, Chee*u Mackerel, llurrit g, '
Codfish, Mince Meat, Ralstns, fiuutn uiranU, all
Ac., ?c. Axe &>le Amenta lor tlir Miami I'owder 1
Company. A full *took on hand al all tiuioi ol
Rock, Coal, Kill b and l>tirkiug I'owdcr*; alto&afety
ROASTED COFFEE.
We are now Boasting and racking in pound pa- (,?
pen a prime Coffee, which Is meeting with gentir?l
faror from cuitotuera ami the trade.
The quality o( our Coflae w? guaranty at all _J
times to be equal, U not mperior, to any othtr lu
the market !,
Aak jour Grw*xforlt Take no other. del a L
paper and be cuurincedol what we my.
Our Floor* embrace the (olio wing brand* 1' fih- >
FECTlOil, 6HE KhK'B Bbal. BLaU IDEAL,
and CITY" MILLS. These Hour* ar* loo well
k own to need commeutln Ion We hare the exdulive
wile of theui, We nolklt an examination ol
our stock by close cash buyers. ?
NEILL * ELLJLNUHAU. octt
L'
M. REILTJY,
A1
Wholesale Grocer & Pork Packer,
NOB. 1809 & 1811 MAJN HI ?
_ ,a>*8ole Papont Powder MUls.
JJLFINED 8UUAIW. "
I ba*e In More nod arriving, Crushed, Powdered,
Granulated and Block Hugara.
Coflec A, B and Extra 0 Sugars. ?
Knight's Fblludnlfibla Yellow riugars. _
Frautliu B TbUiuiclphia Yellow .SuvHrs.
M. RKII.l.Y. ?
ITIEAS. ~ AA/all
assortment (Trtab importation*) In half
chests snd boxes, of Uunpowdur. Imperial, Yoiiug
Hyson aud llyton, Souchong, 0.j1ou{ ?nd Jsptn.
. M. KKIi.LY.
fJK)BACCOS. ?
All stylesof Virginiagoods,embracing 3 oi. 4or,
6 Inch twhtsand 11 and 12 inch CaTtudinh. Luril- u,
lardagoods, all styles, and allthe leaaluy brands of
Loularille Maries. Wpedul indureuiruti odered in ?-;
this line. M. KK1LI.Y. tJJ
J1AMILY FLOUR. ~ llu
Pollock's Indiana Fancy WhiU Vi'LojL
UliTcr Htar Fancy Wblla Wheat _
Pria. Medal Fancy White Wheat.
Eureka Family K*d Wheat. T*
In atora and for aaki by II. KKIf.LY. -1
^TMORE'8 MINCE MEAT.
A large lot In 18 lbs. and 87 lb*, palls. Just n<celTed
and fot tie by M. KF.il.LY.
JJIO COFFEES.
A full line, embracing cojuindu, prlmestid Mxiot- I
ly choice. Just recx-ived and lor aale by 5
M. ItKILI.Y. ^
jjJEW O It LEANS MOLAHSFJ.
A small lot of choice (last ?e?r'a) N. 0. Motnawa
is offered low and In quantities to ault purdiaavni. /I
ocfll M. BHILLY. I.
fJlJKAS?
One of the largeat and best selected
stocks of New Tew ever brought to Wheeling.
At reduced prices.
CRAWFORD A THOBURN, u.
Jyl8 1070 Makikt, Cor. 11th Ht. *"
gTONE FRUIT JAR8.-600 DOZEN
BTnWC TDIIIT HDD mi CI?.
w VIII. rnui I nnng>*nii 011.00, ^
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
B*
CRAWFORD & THOBUKN. ^
Printing! ^
Frt
BILL HEADS, j CARDS, $?,
LETTERHEADS,! CIRCULARS,
Ka
And every description of Mercantile PrintInjj
pxecatcd promptly ami at t
reiuonntdfl price*, at the 1
fs
Daily Intelligencer T'i
cbn
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE, ?ji
25 end 27 Feurtoenth Street, Wheeling. J
D
er OHDERH BY MAIL mn V
ATTENDED TO. wT
. I
W. H. riLDWBLL, A, K. tMITR, A. X. KT*V*MS01? *uit
Pna'l. Jtoewar. Manager * <
II fi
SMITH & CO.,
Brewert, Maltitera & Hop Dealers. ~
? is
Hiring thoroughly renovated tha Wherlini
Brewery, tad changed iU CDlire management hy
intanlung a Joint block Company, and Placing Mr.
1. K. HM1TH In chance of the Hreirln* Depart- h*tr
am i, *8 art now prepated to furnlih
SMITH'H CELEBRATED cni
tTTEK. Mil A KUOIEn ALU. PORICR. 1c., jgj
DC, i
Wly uptothaatandard which ha? heretofore given
ben ancb estenatee mutation. pC
Wa reepeciiully aoUclt your patrona**. \J
le? SMITH A CO. ui ai
f HAN^UM 1 A | ion .
ILKVKLAND A H'naMUKUH" KAILMVAO
/ OONDBMUir TIME CARD.
C5liW^Mw;aii8Ba3
Lfn ?ud iltti 1'fCiiuU. r4 lO'.U Fr*u? ?til run
Jly. (aimpt Hutuuj., u .ullinn, fit:
AlMJMMU. , MAIL hlrUM*
lute
lltiro- 8:88 a. m. 10:00 A. M. 8 0) p. m.
l*l*rnort.....? 8*3 M 11:00 M ?lfl "
irutf. Ferry... *18 M 11:08 M ?:17 M
lin?ma~ tfctt " 11:80 " too '
lubeuTilk 7:00 11 12:08 P. M. 4 08 "
Uavtlto 8:20 ' 1:88 " S.DU "
cb?U? ?.J ?:80 " *80 " *?0 "
AllUVM.
......... I lu:afi 1:40 ' 7.4* "
UMIU V.Mr. U. 9:40 M MliA.M
irrialmrg |ll:tl " i:40 a. m. ?:M "
Itluiote 7:48 "
wluugUin 011 11
ilUdelphi* 8:10 A.M. 7.UU *3> ?
l? Yufki. ?:15 " 10:(5 ' l(hW '
atou 4:80 r. u 140 P. M.
lltUCfl 1128 " 8:18 p. M
itrtitu I i:u " osca "
idauu ~ 1:31 ? S:83 Z
iveikUd I 3:10 M 7;86 M .......
. Wajm ......... M:C; A. M. 8 SO A. u
7:20 " 9? "
locuiuoiwlatioli Train Imvm UelUtra at 4.4J i.M
il arrlTH at BteubeuTllla at 6:18 P. M.
ipccfaU accommodation iralua leave Bellalro at
0 A.M. and 12:8(1 r. m.; Brid**purt 10:06 a.m. and
0 P.M.; arrive at Martiu'a Ferry 10:18 A.M. and
8 P. m. KeluruUi| leave Martln'a Ferry at 11:80
M. and 8:.0 p. M.: Hrld?e|*>rt 11:40 a.m. aud 3:;t0
M.; arrive at Bdlaire at 11:05 a. m. aud 8:48 r. m.
Ficketa to all principal poinia la the Kaat and
oat can t? pr-xuml at the Union Ticket
Lure House, and at the atatiun at Bridgeport.
F. B. MY KIM,
lea General Faaypger and Ticket Ayonl.
) Al/TIMOKK A OHIO UAlLUOAD.
1 ill ?91 BP |
)n and after December 4,1878, PaaeeDgvr Train
II run aa follow*?Wheeling time:
AST-BOUM). No. 6. No. 7. No. 1. No. a No. 43
LmTW~ A.M. ArtJ. r. M. P.M. A.M.
heeling C;23 lfcso i!(* ">m *.i*
Irr'Tui Hi p. w. a. u. r. u.
altou- 11:00 3::;. 7:20 l2:0u 4:80
r. M.
yw ... 7:3- 11:85 4 05
A. M
latwrlanrt 8:20 S:8C I'M 0:10
iruuibtiix-*... 6 it 3. tO 8:18
l*. u.
lah'toti City.. 'J:00 8:3.?> 12:00
Itlmure 10 30 &gt> 1:40
a.m. r. ii.
UodrljihU.... 8:09 1:10 6:00
w York 6cM K:0B K:18
Mo. 8 will ruo daily; No*. 1,7 and 4 will run
lly vxcupt {Sunday; No. 5 will run daily aicept
id lay; No. 4.1 slops at nil stations batwcen WheelI
auu Oration: Nu 7 atop* at all stations between
iw'lliw and OimUTlnnd.
KtfiiKir.Mj. No. 8. No. 4. No. G. | No.l?.
Leant?
heeding...* TA'ja.u 10:40a.m 4:20p.h 10 2JP.M
fcrrtve at?
umriilu 12:f 4 PM 2:44p.u 8:A0 2:40am
twark 1.20 ' Jt:00 " 4:00 "
lutubua JU6 " b:M 6:80 "
aduaky 7:00 " lt:I0
iyton 7 30 " 7:30 ?
iciunatl 8 00 " ?:> 0 ? l<h? "
ulaTtlle i2 55a.m l*.03AM
nianapulls... U:25r.M Ur^P.y l2:40r.H
Lotila 8J10a.ii 8:..0?.li 84.1r.M
Icajto fl: ?a.< &M) " 8:*0 "
S'o 4 will ruu dally N?w. <5, a uud 10 daily ex|?tauuday.
(iiul-bouud tr&ltu make connections at Baltimore
Philadelphia, New York Mud H. ston. At Washttou
Clt j lor all potntn south.
Weat-l>ouud trafun maku direct ronnectloni fo
principal puinU IV tat and Northwest.
I uUuimu Palace curs ou all lilglit trjum.
WHKKLINU. flTla. A tJALllMwtiK DIV.
'Leavrn dally? | Arrive* dally .t
Ueeilu#........7.65 a. ui 1 Wasliluauiu.t'n 10:4m h.lu
4 ii p. hi. C 10 p ui
'Except suudity. | *Rtcvpi euudit}.
Pickets to nil prlu<-1|?J |wiut? Oil rale at I i pot.
See open at ali hours during (lie da v.
llliO. 11. aiuur,
lUntel of I IMll?|lortMlh)ll.
!C T. DKVKIKM, tUu'l IrfeUt. defl
lllTaHUKlill, CINt.LNN Hi 1 a 8T 1 ?>Ulai
HA1LVV AY?PAA-UtJiDLE BOUM
jtM S8
rh? 1/Uvu Uuv to H t NuitbMuii, Weal and
?OUlllWOat.
CON DEN* to 1 IMP. CAHD.
Taking effect November '.tj h, IS7G.
V Ifo 11 >4/ III/ > Utl- t till t. lllUl'IIS
1-jni uiiie..l'?e'i f.x. ^vCoiu 'u.
t i Ittaburxb ... il 'in p.I o:.HJ a.ut. .:4U p.ni.
tsteuU-iivillu li;a.t w.iu |ti.o* ' C:tu "
Ikunlaou 'i: o ll:f0 ' >:8'i "
Newark 4:45 " -i p in
Columhu* 6:u4 " S;3u " ...
'? Loudom. i:ttl " 4:li " .
Xenla 0.06 " 6:42 " |
l?.iytou | 7:30 "
Glacinuatl lf.6A a.m "
Louihvllle | I ii 5 a.ut |
Tulhf Mul a d Ai/uiJi tvu> Zai.t>vii|f.j
va Kaueavtlla ..| 0:'M a.m. .Ch p.ui |
vo LuiiitiMpr ...j 10:1 j " 6:11 "
Cliclrrillc ..| 11:15 " 61V ' b:lo u iu.
Wiutiiui[jt 'i.i 1 L'l7 p.ni 7 16 "
Wiluitti^l'iil " 8:10 '
Moriow J ilo " ti:o4 "
Ctticluuuti. I 4:91 " | 1 "
Tn the H'rjlatui Xurthuttt tviii foluuinii.-'.)
Kaat IJat. I"ac'f klx. Chic. 1.x.
C:0j *.ui. 8:50 p.m. 5:40 p.m.
7:40 " 5:41* 7:40 '
nqu*.. 8:!? " b::8 " ?:o3
Klchuiond ltttfl " ?ul5 '
Ind an*|ollB..|r.':?? p.m. 11:^0 41
Hu Louis 8:45 ' h:,^o a.tu'
lx?BD?|?)rt ...I fa " 3.u5 " 3:05 a.m
ChicaKQ- | 7:10 " 7:50 " 7:3o M"l'ullman
drawing Hooui and Hlivplng Can
itu riteulienrilli* and t'olumbua tlirntigli trill,uvt
vtge, to (.Incinuutl. l/juiarllle, lndinn?!>oHa and
Louis, and (roui (olumliim to <'hlc?Ho.
The pleasure wwker or thowsivklng llimirt in the
sU, afiould call ou or address tin- undmlgiifd (or
rough time table*, uajo, land clrculam and (urir
loioruuiUon.
W. O-HKIKN,
n'l Paaaengfr and Ticket Agent, No. 'il9 Hlgii
treet, Columhus, Ohio. dot
apital Restaurant.
op ex day a yd kthttt
). 1155 Market St., opp. City Balldlng.
BILL OF FARE.
EFOLLOWING MEATS, WITH FRIED POTATOES:
ef 8t?tk 1y. I V?| Cutlet*. .Mc
itton cboj* Jf>o Pork Choi* .Mo
lB.~ ~..M? | Sausage...... ......Mc
GAME.
Pbc*?Dt,on toast, 4i3o I Venison
QmII ' 40c I H Chicken...... **
FISH.
?h Rlror | Sal! Starkerrl Wc
ab lake FUh_ 2\c | Melt Whlta Hah- 2>
CANNED OYSTERS.
w, per down 15c| Frl?I. i?r down 30c
wed, per ?K-*en..._20c | Brolird. down...-3<fc
SHELL OYSTERS.
vr, por down 2fto| Bfolledi |*rdown.?Me
w?-d, per dt-?ij....2V Panned. par d?*-u....JOo
lud, per d X'.-n 33c I Koaatod 1*-* d<iwu....30o
Jrmd ntxl Hut tar 10??
*?*, Tea or Milk ? do
ks 10c I Warm Cakea 10c
ut, *..J0c Celery..... - 6c
ut lalik 1<* |
!rack?r?, Picktca and olaw without additional
iK?
wrMy Rnom 1* the tno*t central and bout furml
ill tb?- rlly mw * cull nofi
UbT RECEIViiD-ANOTlJEK LOT OF
?lRT BARROWS.
be prtpc puts >hfu> within thf r-acb of ererj"
> i tut h?au>? fura Wti? l wn#?
ba*? ill an n li u.] a No. I H '. \ v'Y WaO 'N,
able'for biullu* PU Meul, Iron or 'tone Thii
<o waa mailt" by cm cut "Ur i?st c'?T makeri.
i uffimed at a r<t} 1 >j* pi 1m Ca.i and mj It.
JACOB SNYDER,
J405 MAIN SrilEtT.
>30
lARIHMSEcspa asS
00 IDE
WBU?ea u;. ofcoln-pi. liurtwnj howto
nijr happy in uj? t..irr1?| r?:ation. Mi> ?i.J foalr,
ij anil UiiiliM njjul ibuui.l nad at ?1 pn-m*it; it
uca information, wulch no ona can afljnt tu b? witnUB
buw U) prtaerro Uts hraiih, ai.d curaplrawaantl
to ilmka tha tivtiii*ai ot youth: ihe b- R an<t
irjo MarrfajnGulde lu tftr wor.i l'flcn Mmti
tail. Tb* author uiay b* efmiulwd par^nalfrorby
irrto.
no Bap prim tocMaOift *, u im ul
>!? M. BKUJ.Y.

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