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TERMS OF. SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
Hy ma/I, in udtantr, j-otlay jirti-aUl.
one year |h c<> I Thrw Months.......tMi
months. I U) | One mouth
IVItvtrcd by Carriers luClljr l.V |*r wrrk.
NKIII-WKKKI.V.
r.y mail, fn atlranar, j-oilagr jtrjmhl.
(mi' year....*. f.l oo | Nix nionllin II
WGKKI.V,
By mail, In wlranc, ixulwjf yrr/ialil,
. >iii' year II W | hi* tuuDlhl f|
In I'lul* of Fl?e.i II 45 i>m
In CIiiIm of Ten i 1 40 mi
in Clul* of Twenty 1 20 e.u
And an ?\tra ropy tu pcraou hcttlnn lip Club,
#?ri in* ?prlcra are Invariable. Itcmlt
our link, tu i'rafM or ltoatoOice Money Ordm.ai
when- neither of the* inn l? prm ured, send i
money In a Hegialeml fatter.
TMK ISTKU.UiKNCKU will )>rrwnl dally |
now* i * nil ili-partiuanta, from nil quarter*
ilie w jiIJ, a? h??II a* n ivuipiuto record uf lot
Tenia.
Ml): WKKK'I.V I" printed on ThuraAay, and v.
i?. had ni Hie counter, in |>nld envelops,wad
for iiuallliig. ii copy to uforiil /rim
a n.l rtldlirti tcilh netei from twine!
I li?('Kllli:iLS.?l*rraona desiring to have t:
I'aily Intki.i.iouiic im loft rt-^tilarly nt tin
i.?id?ucM in the city mid suburb*, can
i.'I If leaving their nddrrni at Count!
Itouui, or by drop letter through the |<uatoiUi
ID lONTIUUUTOIW.?Koatlcution will U>pu
to anonymous communication'; every nrtii
limit lie accompanied by the writer's rvalnat
und addreas.
Hutlhtu Isttrrt / ir tis ihtiuld I* aihliriinl "Fr
,1 Vni iph'U," ami itwuhl In tin nut i<e whltatfil
, , r irnhrhllntl mniihrr ilri.i hu nmiu
Sb&Miigmffi'
I'or lli?? Intelllgenccr.
WIIKKUKG ISM.M).
uy c. ?. copk.
Midst Ohio's graceful waters,
Clasped In loving fond embrace;
By Its laughing glancing ripples,
Mirrored in it* dimpled 14< ?;,
I.irl 11 lilry islet hidden,
OiiardiM by the ancient lulls,
Guarded by their giant shadow*
That theiorely rail.-/
Mldit tint charming IMct'i verdure,
la a cily ?tandiui; fair:
llomestpud old null lowly mami i'.,
I.twly cuttflcu nil an- there.
Door-vanls blowing sweet with roses.
Children romping wild with glee,
Vocal ii Ihoulr witli music
From their childish minstrelsy.
\Vost Virginia! Free l?orn daughter,
Noue of high Colu mbiu'ii linn
Uaili moro native grace or Rriiiidoiir
My ndontcd Ktatc thun thine.
And Inalf thy broitd doinlnioii,
Mountain high or meadow g!iy,
(.'MCide dancing hi the sunlight,
Kims hurrylug on their way.
Valley* Necked with lloeting shadow*,
Furosla decked wltli glistening down,
II ir vesta waning in the Autumn,
All thy ever changing views,
Are hut shadows In the picture,
Or the twilight after day,
Or matk ii|H)n the heavens
As the raiubow fadesaway,
When compared to Wheeling hland,
Nestling in thoOhio'Hariii",
Huillingoii Its laughing water*,
l.oveliest of Ita many charm*
I .ike 11 star oti brow of midnight
(1 learns the nidinnt islet fair,
In thu river's faithful bosom
Glittering like a dhuuond there.
And when life with me la ending,
Atul for me the sun no more
.Shall come forth In regal splendor,
(ilad'ningall thy radiant shore,
.May my lingering i'.Urco U'liohl thee
in the evening's tinted gleam,
Lovely island in thy beauty
Sleeping oil the silver at ream.
iiimruii ici mill ko tramping nroiinu n
country an a commissioned ollicer of t)
Lord, reviving ihe cause. So our qui
pastor had to he a hypocrite, ami gre
him cordially, and lie to him about bcii
so glad that he had come. Yen, our pa
tor had to vacate and let the old trau
take hold. Then the disturbance in oi
peaceful community began. Scalp mm
tilings red hot. We had church fourtei
times a nook. Ho downed tis allonoi
knee.", including our pastor and his goi
old wiie, who never did a wrong thing
Iter life, and told us what wretches, mi
crennt, intidels we were, lie made
miserable for us, sure enough. Here, I
said, we had been gliding along suioot
ly, peacefully, happily together towar
the lire and brimstone, hell and damn
tion, instead of wrestling with our spi
its, breaking our stubborn necks, chr
tuingourselves, and making one anoth
miserable to remind us that we live in
world of sin and woe. Ah! lie said,
had come amongst us once again like
tiery poker, to stir ua up, and bring us
a consciousness of its being a terrih
awful, horrible thing to lead a Christi
Mr. Scalp, the itinerant, has been wi
us now about four weeks. Our peoj
have a haggard, hollow-eyed, sad look,
< ( having passed through a dreadful i
ileal, such as the cholera or break-bo
fever, lie has revived us almost to deal
lie has nestled with us about lo
enough. We can't eat or sleep anv inc
and are on the verge of nervous distri
lion. The evangelist is, besides, a grc
bore. He musscfltlie best beds, and rnak
!$ too much work for the women. He
continually hammering at us about o
worldly, miserly ways, and we have
-hell out at nearly every meeting. ^
can't say what ho does with the mom
lie doesn't give any bond for its nroj
investment. It would be a blessed ret
to have him go away. We have be
telling him of another vineyard acr<
the country that is sadly in need of r
1'ing up, and have Home hope of setti
I'iin on the folks over there iu a f
day*. If hp doesn't go soon we shall hfl
'??give up entirely, for all other busin
than the carpet-bagger's revival is hi
landed in our neighborhood.
Wr have no less that seven or 04
carpenters iu our town, ami yet tli
can't do all the work that is needed he
Two from Sunlish and three from liar
ville are also at work on buildings he
?Sac Mmtinmlle Vindicator.
To Remove Pur tides Irotu (lie
Rye.
Whenever a lly, or other insect, u small
Hying seed, quick-lime,dust, or any other
go minute object, geta into the eye, do not
adopt the common habit of rubbing, or
even of washing with water, but gently
mine, or get a gentle hand to raise for
you, tho eyelid, and bend the head forM
ward. In keeping thus the eyelid elevated.,
and the eye quiescent for a few
moments, one feels the How of tears starting
from the organ which seldom fails to
bring along with it the cause of the pain,
J? or at leant to carry it toward the corner
i* of the eye to tlie none, from whence it
li. may removed by a line handkerchief
folded to a point. If thin operation in
?| not fltilUcient, then a linger ought to be
ho P??*d frequently, yet gently, over the
eyelid, from the exterior corner of the
eye toward the Interior corner, by which
be means the substance in made to descend
?[ toward tho lachrymal glands, from whence
it majr be drawn by a fine hair pencil.
?? If the irritating subject still remains then
I v we are further instructed that "the umier
?" eyelid must be takeu as before, and kept
. elevated as much an possible, and, the
tr eye being then turned toward* the nose,
be a very lino camelVhair pencil, dipped in
"i cream, oil, or jwrfectty fresh butter,
?: (without an atom of salt in it, remember.)
Jo must 1k? introduced between the eyelids
.10 and the body of the eye, beginning at the
exterior corner and ending at the intefW
rior corner." If the very line hair peniu
cil ix hot Hiicnesnful, you will be almost
certain to succeed with one rather larger.
Should all these efforts fail, which is extremely
unlikely if they are properly
performed, do not set to work rubbing
* or washing the e ye, as you must obtain
professional assistance, lie sure to bathe
the eye frequently in cold water oh soon
an. and for some time after, the irritating
snhMunce has been extracted.
*'?? "I ?r*
KiiuieutM.
la his lecturejon "Does Death End |
All?" in Boston recently, Key. Joseph
Cook used this illustration of the humor- i
tiility of the hou! :
"As," therefore, from the structure of
the eye we may infer the existence of n
wholly external agent, light, or from
that of the ear, the existence of a wholly
external agent, sound, ho from the abso- ,
lute inertnessot the cerebral structure in ,
itself we must attribute its activities to <
an agent as external toTt a/sound in to
the car or lii{ht to the eye. [(treat ap- '
plause.]
"Thai agent is invisible to the external :
vision nn?l intangible to the external
touch.,
"It is positively known to consciousness,
or the internal vision ami touch.
"That agent is the soul.
"An the dissolution of the eye does not ,
destroy the light, the external agent (
which acts upon it, and aa the dissolution j
of the ear does not destroy the pulsations j
of air, so the dissolution of the brain j
loos not destroy the soul, the external j
agent which nets it in motion." i
\lash the Feet Daily.
The hands are washed many times a i
day. Why not wash the feet at least i
once? The majority ol the people pay !
little attention lo the cleanliness of the
ftiet, yet a square inch of the sole of the
foot demands perfect cleanliness more
than any square foot of the surface of the :
body, as far as health is concerned, be- '
cause the pores are much larger there 1
than any where else, so large indeed that '
they may be called "sluices" for carrying J
away the impurities of the system. ,
Hence the bottom of the feet should be j
"? well rubbed every day, the skin will be
come much more healthy and less tender, !
v, esjieciallv between the toes. Many jier
;e sons cherish the idea that frequent wash- '
j. ing of the feet will render them more
/ tender and susceptible to the influences
of cold and heat. Hut such is not the
: ease. After the feet are washed wipe ;
them dcy, then hold them near the lire i
' or in the oven until thev glow with '
warmth.
!l cIHfUJUIAL *Ht< COMMERCIAL
ir
at BY TKLKURAPH.
ill .\otv 1 nrlt Moae.r and .Slocks.
h! Nkw Vork,February 11.?Mq.nuy?ICasv
le at i!al per rent. .Prime mercantile paper-I
it a I !-j percent. The Assistant Treasurer din*
r. hursed $t IS,000. Custom receipts $007,|.
000. Clearing* $-2,01)0,000. {Sterling $4.S3'*
k.. a4.ST?J
. tioi.n -Opened at and closed at
J. 10% with sal?h in the interim at lOf?J?.
k ('arrying rates 'J! ju5, doting at I per cent.
"K bil.VKU?At houdoii 57!id. Here, |
'? <|UotatioiiR are silver bars, greenbacks, i
r vi WA'. gom mx; silver com per
ig cent discount. . i
y, Uovbknmrnts?-Active and a little bet[r.
tor, except for '0?s coupons.
IV United Mtutc.1 G? of 1881, cuuputu.. ll"ii
' Fivo-Twcntlea (1SC6) 10
'p Fivo-Twentiwi ilSto) now 11W:B
t>l Five-Twenties (IW.) ?\Y2%
ill Five-Twenties (IStiiJ... 116%
NuwFivos llU-,'4
,L New Four mid a half# 107%
Tcn-fortit'i! 110)4
w Ten-fortiu (coupons) 114';
e> Currency tilxe? 12?>j,
,e R.viluoad Bonds?J)ull. .
Statu Hokds?Quiet. 1
i Stocks?The market was weak ami at
j times demoralized. New Jersey Central
rc was very prominent in dealings, and de'?*
clined from IS to 15%. TIiIh fresh decline
ie was due lo a variety of rumors, it being re- .
n- ported that the haul: account of the Coin- |
e- pany had been attached by the judgment
e- of a creditor, that the books and papers of
ur the concern had beeu removed to Klizabelli,
New Jersey; that a Receiver had been
appointed for the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre
Coal Company, and tlmtone would soon be
j appointed for the Now Jersey Central.
Iie All of these reports could not be fully auel
theuticated, although it is a fact that the
et bank account of the Company has
ig really boon attached so far as (
.? one * institution is concerned, alhough
ip only a few thousand dollars .were
ilr on 'deposit there. Delaware & Hudson
|e Canal was weaker than New Jersey CeuM1
tral, delining from 52*^ to 49^, and elos"
ing at the lowest point. Delaware, Laekaj
wanna ?fc Western was the strongest of all
. tlu? coal stocks, opening at ? $;)?, declining
111 ... C.rf ??v <!(? .>.,.1 nln.ln.. ,.t 1
(iS',4. The general list was heavy and
it lower, with more or less pressure to sell
lie leading shares. Western Union led the
h- downward movement, and dJcline'd from
(Is 71 h'to OH,7*;, closing at 70. TUo decline iu
u. this stock had a depressing influence on
: other shares, aud Northwestern common
declined from to 30J?', aud preferred
from to 50XA. The transactions aggreor
gated 100,000 shares, of which 51,000 were
!l NVeitorn Union, 4,000 Northwestern, 3,600
he Uock Islaud, 4,0ui? St. l'aul, 35,000 Luke
a Shore, 0,000 New York Central, 0,000 Midito
igan Central, 40,010 Delaware, Lackawannn
it?f A Western, -'." ,000 Now Jersey 'Central,
an and 11,000 Delaware A Hudson CuurI.
Wwlrrn Union 70 iC. C. C. A I? .... 2f>
Ith Uulckfcilver r.t "New Jersey Con IS):
11,1 UrtlciuUver pld -JO IU>rtc talaud 1UO
)It* Pnclftc Mall i>|7 Ht. Paul 16*4
SIS Mttriitfkfa \y Ht. l*nul preferred...
Maripou ]>rv(urml.. Wabash
Adami Exphat..... l(v? Fort Wayne. 10lk
ne Weill, Fargo A Co~ m Terra Haute a
lh. American r.rj-j Terra Haute pM..... 14
iitr United Hutey?Chicago A Alton..?Hhj
MS N. V. CVutral Km ChlgoA Alton pfd.,.1 10
>rc Krio *}'t Olilo A MImImJuuL
.... Erie preferred - is UtU. A Lack* csV*
, Harlem ?.140 A. A P. TelegrauhL 16U
al Harloni preferred...lb?5 MU*?url PaAflc..?..,l(Ki}4
:ea Mlihl^iin Central... 4?j; Indlnua Central liri'-i
ia Union l'aelttc stock.. Burlington A UutiUia' t
l'muuim.?. 1 ti 11. AHUJoe. 111J4
"r LakeBboro 61% Ocnttal Pac. bond#.. 107%
to Illinois Central Union 1'adttc b\t?.?10l%
V.. rituiiurKli ...... U0?<? I-and (Hanti.... iwNorthwiwtcrn
com- ill Slnk'g tuml v:?..
y? Northwestern pfd... 50^jj
jjj riiiltidelpliia.
OSS I'HIUDBM'HIA, February 11*.?Petro.
leum?Nominal; crude 15J<*c; refined L'O&c.
} ' Clover Seed?At 15J^al5?ic. l-'lour?Firm;
US Pennsylvania extra $0 00; Minnesota fam*
?w ily $7 00a7 50. Wheat?Pennsylvania red
ive $t 50al 52; auil>er$l 53aI 55; western red
en8 $1 40al 45. ltye?Un track 75c; February
80c. Corn-Dull at 54fcc. Oats-Western
mixed 40a4lc. hisky?steady at $1 01?.
,jlt Toledo.
' TOI.KDO, February 12.?Flour-Quiet
ir/ and lirui. Wheat?Quiet but firm; amber
re* .Michigan $150; rejected red $l 13. Com
oh- ?Quiet but steady; high mixed No. 2 spot
re. 44&c; white 49Jto. Oats?Dull and nominal.
Chicago.
Chicago. February 11.?Flour?In f*Jr
demand. Wheat?Moderate, active and
higher; Mo. 1 Chicago spring $137; No. 2
Chicago ipriug regular at )1 31?jJ Cflib;
$i 32? March; $1 32K April; No. 3,$1 IPX
1 20; rejected $1 04al 05. Corn?Fairly active
and a shade higher at i[%o cash;4\%
a41H March; rejected 35#c. Oats?Firm
at 35%ae5xc cash; .15 Mar oh:
April) rejected 27Jia28u. Bye?Firm at
70c. Barley?Qaiet at G0afl5e cash; (>0c
March. Pork?(Jeiuerally uuohauged, hut
some sales, rather high at $15 !?0 cawli: $15
87Ka15 00 March; $10 13 April. LardSttfodv;
$10 78alO cash: $10 87>{al0 00
March; $10 t?7nll Aj?ril. Bulk Meats Firm
at 5^?8?sJaU7i. Dressed Hogs?lVk$0^a7e.
Whisky at $1 05.
At the close wheat wan steady and J Slower.
Com wan tirmer at 41a41%o March:
Outs unchanged, l'ork lower at $15 SO hid
March; $HI07K April. Lard lower at
$10 80 March; $10 05 April.
New York.
New Yobk, February 12.?Cotton?Dull
at 12%al3c. Flour?A little more doing,
inninly in oity mills for the West Indies,
otherwise dull; prices unchanged. Wheat
?Snriug quiet, winter dull: ungraded
Bprfng $1 28dl 30; No. 2 Milwaukee in
store $1 4Sal 40; No. 3 do. in store $1 40.
Bye?Quiet; western 82a85c. BarleyMore
active; No. 1 Canada $1 08. MaltFirm.
Corn ?Old noininul; ungraded
western mixed54a55c; no grade 65c. Oats
?Dull and heavy; western mixed ami
State 39a54e. Bay?Firm. Hop?Dull
and heavy: yearlings 8al2c. (irocerles?
Quiet and unchanged. Whisky?Quiet
and steady.
Ciiicliiiiutl.
Cincinnati. February 12. ? Cotton ?
Quiet and steady at 12J?o. Flour?Demand
fair and market firm; family $0 8"?a7 00.
Wheat?Firm; red $1 45al 5.'!. Corn?Fair
demand for shelled at 43%a44c. OatsFirm
at 38a42c. Bye?Firm at 78n80c.
Barley? Dull; prime fall 85c. Pork?Nominally
$10 5o. Lard?Quiet and firm;
steam nominally $10 75al0 80; kcttlo $11 25
mi 70. isuiK Aienw?Firm ut Otfc, Q%e,
8&c, Oc. Hacon?Stronger at 7&c, OJiic,
l?%et 10c. Butter?Dull and uuchang*
td. Whisky?In good dcinnnd at $1 04.
lloas? Firm; common $5 25ai> 75; fair to
rooiI light $5 HoflU 1/5; packing grades $G 25
i? 45; heavy choioe $050at) 70.
Allegheny Cattle.
Kast IilUttHTY, February 12.?Cattle?
Iteceipts h{nee Friday 1,508 head, or 00
caw of through ond US ears of yard stork;
total for the week 4,267 head, or 1G0 cars
of through and 135 cars of yard stock last ,
week. No business done ho no quotations.
Hoes?Receipts 5,830 head; total for the
week 14.010 head, against 17,105 head Inst
week. Yorkers $0 25a0 50; 1'hiladelphins
57 00a7 15.
Kukri*?Receipts 3,000 head; total for
iheweck 11,000 head, against 10,5?00 head
last week. .Selling from $3 50a5 7"?.
Dry liootl*. '
Nkw York, February 10.?Cotton goods
laliy active and continue firm. Dved
lucks nud denims in light supply. Prints <
iu moderate request and firm. Bristol
fancy prints advanced J^c. Dress gooils
active. Hoisery iu good demand. Woolen
joods, men's wear, sluggish. Foreign '
oods quiet.
B'ltfsburgli. i
Pittsburgh. February 12.?Petrokuui?
Crude active, but prices irregulurnt $2 05
M Parker's; refined dull and reliucrs still
!isk 20K for Philadelphia delivery.
L
? DOl lCTlKti CASl'M:."
When once deceived, some refuse to
iguin place confidence in anything. Is
this fair? Do you doubt the church and
religion, because you chancc to know one I
)r two hypocrite j Would you refuse all
money because you had taken one or two
founterfeits? Or because your catarrh is
aggravated by using the base and worthless ,
preparations that are "pulled up" and
'run for a scaton," will you condemn Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, that has been the i
standard remedy for catarrh and colds in
the head for nearly a quarter of a century ?
' DOWN IX THE MOITII."
Where there is a continual dropping
ilown into the hack of the mouth, with
irritation ond iilllnmmation of the nasal
cavities and throat, with hawking, spitting i
and a sense of fullness uhout the head, be .
not deceived or fancy it a simple cold.
You are alll'icted with "that scourge of this
climate, Catarrh, the forerunner of Cou?
sumption, jn its early stages a low hollies
i?f J)r. Sage's Catarrh Keincdy will effect an
entire cure. When confirmed, Dr. I'ierce's
Golden Medical Discovery should he used
in connection with the Remedy. These
standard medicines have heen before the
public many years, and theiriise has been
ittcnded with*the most gratifying success.
A. full discussion of Catarrh and its rational ,
treatment is contained iu "The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser," a book
i>f over nine hundred pages, illustrated
ivith two hundred and eighty-two eugravings,
bound in cloth and gilt; price, postpaid,
?1 50, Address, Publishing Depart- ,
luent, World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
d,iw
INSURANCE.
PEHY INSURANCE CO.,
WHEELING, W. VA. \
Paid Up Capital, .... $100,000
Wrilesmoderatehupsou Dwellings, Farm
Property, lirst-dasa Mercantile and Manufacturing
risk, and ou Cargo risks ou Wenti?ru
waters,
DfUECTOlW
Win. Bailey, i Thos. lluuhes,
Alonzo Loriug, Dr. W. J. Bates,
A. M. AilimiH, H. P. IJiWlretli,
Jan. F. Barnes, Heurjr B. Miller,
Henry Sc imulliach.
WM. BAILEY, l'rwt. J. V. L. BODGEB3, Swc'y.
LEWIS BAILEY, Gubler.
PRINTING,
8DCH as
Cards,
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Posters,
Receipts,
Or, in fuel, every Variety ami Style of
job work:,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, at the
INTELLVGFNCF.R OFFICE.
Now Type,
Now ProBMUNt
asm) tiik
BEST STOCK IN THE MARKET
25 tnd 27 Fourteenth St
pAKSONSPHOTOGRAPHIC
SHADOW,
KPFKCTS.
jaC
Bacon and laud.
a lull lupplj ulwari ou bind ot Leal Urd,
B. C. llam*, Hbouldnn, Clear tildes, 8. C. Brtiketti,
tc. Orderi tilled Irnh from iiuoke boun dally.
U. BEILLY.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
wTCoowiar," (
Attorney at Lilw. |
Office-No. 1222 ClIAPI.lNR ST.,
WBKKL1NU, W. VA.
Prompt attention tostll LuiIbms entrusted to my
<*te. fi?7
It. COCHRAN,
Attorney at Law. '
i
1220 CltAFt.lNR bTHRKT, 1
M WHEEI.1K0, W. VA.
^yil.l.lAM PHltfft),
Jualict of tht Peioe L Reil EttiU Agent, '
No, fio Twklptu St., Wiikklino. ?
Collections o( sll kltula made and proreeda o
promptly mullled. JiLl
^JLUAU HUSK INK,
Attorney nt Law.
Ofloso't the latel'. W. H. Alllaon, No. 1110 Chap- .
llnealreet, Wheeling, W. S'a.
Will pranko lu the State and Federal Courts.
BKNJAMIN u. ALI.TsoN, Notary Public. '
Utlice aa almc. delft
J DALLAS EWINO, ~
ATTORNEY AT LAW, {
No, M Twbj.ptii St.,
It-r. WHEELING, W. VA.
Q C. OLMSTED, II. D., [
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, p
Ofpics?No. M Fotrtkkntii 8t.
WUKEUNM, W. VA. J
Otticc Houn-8 to 10 a. m. 1 to a p. if. ritfl
F. OAHM1RK,
'dentist.
Oflloo ?NO. 42 FOVRTRXKTir Stkkbt,
corner of Market, I
no'27 Wiivrltno, W. Va._ ^
H. IIKAKNfc, " ^
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Dflice with Dauiel Iatmh, No. 1318 Market ?
Street. Office up stair*. 01
ru30
J^ANIEI. I.AM B,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mo. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank.) 'e4
Wheeling, W. Va.
JOHN McCLAVE,
Attorney lit Law, j
Collectlooa promptly maJe. Money loaned,
Lltlcti guaranteed. Nut us discounted,
Will practice In the Hutua uf Ohio ami Weal
Virginia.
Oilier, for, Third and Market atretiti, In Dough- r
?rty Block, .Stoul-ouvlllo, Ohio. Hpl'J
A B. CALDWELL, 0'
Attorney nt Law, e
No. 68 Twelfth St. (Next door to Odd a
Fellow's Hall, first floor.) r<
mrtl
p J. HUG IIS,
A. 11 <> r li oy ii t I. ii w .
Office 71 Twelfth Street, IPheel inn, M', I'd.
Practices in the Courts of Ohio, Marshall
mid Tyler counties, \\\ Va. iiovlT
11 .i n i r. i. r r.i h ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1404 l'lt?ij?!iue Strnet, Wheeling, W. Va.
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STOVES & HARDWARE.
Stoves! Stoves!
I0SEPH BELL & CO.
Have tliw Kflrj/cbt ami Best Stock of
Cooking, ^
Parlor and
Hoatlng Stoves
T
In tin' market, which they are preimrul
to sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest
I
If you wish to buy u Stove of any tieicriptiou,
call ami see theiu,
SAl.l-S ltOOM-No. 1425 ftUncBT.
JOSEPH BELL&eO.,
AKLINGTON STOVE WOKKS, b
_?cl7_ C!
*11i," a Mn aivvvi'
1 B. F. CALDWELL
Um on hand some of the finest
REFRIGERATORS g
fcrur Drought to the city. P
l or keeping Meats, Butter, Vegetable!
nil Milk Pure end Sweet they
era the thing. II
Alto a tine assortment ol the beit make
Cooking Stoves!
Together with a complete assortment ol]
House Furnishing Goods. ]
GALVANIZED IKON WORK and TIN KOOF- ,
INU done at th< irt notice. ^
Nos. 1507 and 1509 Main Street, I
Nkau 11. A 0. Dkpot. o
my2J v
- ji
ToBu ilders& Dealers jj
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes, J
WIN DOW GLASS,,
c
Doors, Sash, Shutters, S
Frames, Lumber, Lath & Shingles, j
We ran ami irill give you Hottom I'rices. -i
Try us before buying elsewhere. J
llanes, Wilson & Co., j
1228 MAMCKT STRKKT. ?
fe2 _ 1
QllISA, GLASS, QUEKNSWARE AND ~
Household Furnishing Goods.
W? hate alwon hiud a line assort pent of Chaml?r
Sets, both plain and titcoratcl, Toilet Sets,
Vases, ami rnau jr other useful and bwuUtul art Ir lei
A. W. PA DLL A BRO.-1H2 MAIN BT.
Ja3t
FINANCIAL.
iBaK.il OTafOKBjPrwt On.Adam, V. fr*u
M. A. CBA*BtM,OMhl?.
JANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Humor to the
MU>T NATIONAL BANK OF WHBfcLlNO.
frpiw - .....ino,ooo
Thla Bank la organised and prepared to tranairt
bo bualuuaaot banking In all lla detaila.
ItaucrmU tbe Flrat National Bank ol Wheeling,
i owned by thu wioo abaroholdori an J la upder thr
ame uunagouirnt.
By carefully Hoarding tbe tntereataoi Ita Ooma*
undents and In i-oeltura, and by a prompt huJ
althtul execution of their wiihes, tt hopca to merit
heir ostwui and tnu tMcnro.
Note* and Bill* dtawuntod.
Collection! madu ou all polnta throughout tbe
Jnlted States.
Deposit AccoauU subject to check at eight re*
ul?ed from Banks, kaakera, Firm*, Coruuratloni
ad IndlTldoala.
Certlttcatos or Depoalt ImupJ payable on deiuanJ
t at tlxml dates.
luU-reat allowed ou apodal lMpoalta.
DiHKCrou:
John X. BoUlord, I Wm. B. Hlmiwon.
Jacob ?. Bhodee, | Wm. A. Turair,
Uooree Adami. John L. Uobbe,
Ueo. W. Frauihaliu, 0. C. Dowoy.
llonrr M. linrpor, I uiy'Jl-dAw
Exchange Bank.
J. N. VANCK, hroa't. HAM'I. Ull/tHUN, V. F.
layiui... ........ law,000
.lability o( Btockholdera, 4W,o?iu
This Hank aucceodi to tho bualnca ol tbe Morbunts'
National Bunk, and dutlii In Coin, Coupous,
Omtncrclal Paper afld lillla ol Exchange.
Interest paid on (Special Deposits.
Uollectloni madu ou all poiuta and proceodi
romplly remitted.
Accouuta of Bankers aad BuMneea Hen solicited.
Stockholders liable to deuoaltora according to the
institution ?ff the btato tiio aaiuo as lu National
ttnki.
DIIKCTOM:
J. N. Vance, i H. llorkhelmer,
L. 8. Dehiplalu, | I). Uutuian,
J. O. lloltinanu, Wm. Elllngham,
Hsm'l Ijtughlln, it. Wallace,
Crawford Booth,
anfl JOHN J. JOtna, Ckahlef.
Commercial Bank.
pltal, .... $100,000.
OWIM-Ho. IMS Main at.
I literal paid on b'j*cUl Deposit*. Collections
lade and procwjds promptly remitted. Accounts
I were Imuls and others Bolfcltod,
Dincrosa:
Titos. II. last, J. L. BUM,
H. J. Hinyth, W. T. Hurt,
J.C. Thomas, Cha*. H. Bcolb:
W. A. WIImiu,
Till 6. 11. L1CT. l'rosldeut.
J. L ATlFEL, V. Frvst.
H. V. H1I.PRCTII, Caihler. jaU
D. C. Luw, JOSUTII uxybold,
Hknrt k. List, oiimon Lamb,
Wm. A. Lot, liKNltY W. List.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
lpltol, .... $100,000.
tstockliolJ.-ra personally llatila *ud ropresonUtw
rer $600,000.
Receives Deposits aud lMscounts l'npor.
De?ls lu Uuld, fiUror, Cotu-Drafts aud Bterllng
xchantre.
Hell* I>rnfta on England, Inland, Franco, UeriHuy
nud other prominent ports ol Europe.
Biiri and sells Ooverniucut, Btato, City and Rail*
Md Bonds.
Interest j aid on BpocUl Deposits.
Special attention jflren to Collections.
D. C. LIST, Pr?sldent.
U. LAMB, Cashier.
JIW. dEYBOLD, AssistantCashier. JalS
COMMERCIAL
Job Printing.
Iu the execution of '
\rtistic| Job Printing
lu re is no office in West Virginia that has
a reputation equal to thnt of tlie
NTELLIGENCER OFFICE;
Their facilities Tor the exeoutiou of the
est class of work aro not excelled by any
itablishment.
checks, show cards.
Business men will find the best place to
it their PfilNTKl) BUSINESS STATIONRY
in first-class style, and at reasonable
rices, is at the
mtelligencer job office,
25 & '27 Fourteenth, Street.
DR. BUTTS'
)ISPENS ARY J
Thirty jvaiarjperlfnce in the treatmentufSexual aud
liroulo DiaoanonoriH'tli ?ox('?.
KfpilZm Dr' HUTTti' J!?rrlns* ?nldi'.
f , A 1'iiyiloloClOAl Vlow or Murrlat'o
f " for Utrluarrml ami Hiim* <\>iilrniplatin{
Tjr-rjCW marriage, ou ihr injr?trrir? or trprodurw
ion and (he mm Ititlroullwol youth,
lanhoodand womnnhi**! An il!u<trat>'dbookot2il)fiairr<J
ir prtvato rraUlus.tthii'h kUwuitlbu k> lit uuUcr look ud
rT.tffnl undrr aoal ffirSOctt.
a private medical theati8e on all dl?a*s
r a Trivato Nature In both arxra, tin* abutr* and Ui*.
Mrrtoi th* actual lyttrm, and the m?ant otcurr. 120ptflts
i itti rncr?viii?, *ptit umfcracal lorlii rt?.
MEDICAL ADVICE on Hcxtial aud Chronic Di?a*M,
rmlnal Weak nil?, C'atanh, Cancer, Ituntnrv, the Opium
lablt, *p., a.VJpaa<* work ?*nt undvr ural for 10 ct?. All
iron book* containing HBO pneu and everything worth
nowiu^ on the lubjert, oont securely aoaled on ro.
dipt of 00 pt?. Address, Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
10.12 N. 8th tt.StjLouif, Mo.
pUlIiLIP BRA ILLY,
UNDERTAKER,
no. 1140 Mai* St., Horxdrook's Rlocx,
fakes n ipcrialt7 of tita I'ATENT METALLIC
OKN k1ls for Casket*. Tho advantage derived
out thlspahnit is that they allow Hit expansion of
Its wool in the Casket, hut prevent It (rout falling
part, so that la cam of a removal the Casket will
e found entire, instead of lu picc**, as it soon
'Otild be without the urtof tho "Corners." Orders
>r funernU promptly attended t<v attS
LCINCE MEAT.
anderson's mince meat.
iNDERSON'S IS THE BEST.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
'akk No Other. No Otiikh 1.ikb It.
^ REAT BARGAINS IN "
J
Hosing Out Christinas Goods.
J. FRIKDEL & CO.,
de29 1130 Main Street.
V f M. XJJL/Jkll v .m* XV) iUI
MERCHANT TAILORS.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
HAVE A FULL LINK OF
BLACK, BROWN & WHITE
Silk Scarfs!
A FULL ASSORTMENT
r
GLOVES,
COLLARS,
nnurrLtna,
CUFFS, Etc.,Eto.
Corner 12th and Water Sts.
tle20
J. H.STALLMAN&CO.,
Merchant Tailors!!
I
\
We have received for the
Fall and Winter Trade
One of the l.AKUEST- AND BEST 8E !
LECTED STOCK OK GOODS
over brought to the city.
All the NEW STYLES
-OF- d
Plain and Plaid Suitings, i
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds, ,
Castor and Fur Beavors,
Plain anil Fancy Pantaloon Goods, 1
i
I
Ami all Mtylca of goods usually fonml in a |
Gist-claus e!ilnl?iibhnieitt.
A line line of
rCMTD! riintlioiiiim r?r\/\r*r*
?ti* i o rumiioninu uuuuo,
Always in store.
THE BEST PI.ACK TO BUY SIIIKTS
in the city.
^" ('all aud look at our goods.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
8*28
New Goods T
FALL AND WINTER.1
C. HESS & SON,
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Merchant Tailors,
COR. 14th AND MAIN STS. 1
1
w t
Have just received their large an it elegant ij
took of Uooda lor 1
FALL AND WINTER WEAR, .
I
Kmbroolug all new designs ot 1
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Veilings, ;
Suitings, and ;
Overcoatings, 1
Which will be wade up in the Best styln -j
1
FULL LINK OK \
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. '
wiuth mil lira autit to oausu. |
We invite the pnblioto coll and examine
our stock, feeling aaaured we can offer ?u- .
perior iuducetuenU. ,
?u29 C HESS * BON. l
i??.??? i
BILL HEADS l
l
IVIU. BE PRINTED IX THK BEST i
STYLE, K1TIIER 1'f.AIN OR FANCY 1
I
COLORS, AT THE LOWEST I'lttCES. ,
WE INVITE AN EXAMINATION OF
PRICES AND STYLES, AT THE
I
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE.
23 A 27 FOURTKKHTH ST.
yAI.ENTINESAT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, by ,
C. H. QUIMBY,
BOOKSELLER AND NEWSDEALER,
No. 1414 Market Street.
?
. % GROCERIES.
Jos. Speidel & Co.,
THE LEADING GROCERS.
Largest and Best Assorted,
Stock in the City.
Best Goods and Lowest Prices
AT THE 1
NEW! DOUBLE IRON FRONT
BUILDING.
1416 Main & 1417 South St?.
jftlO .luwt oppoaltc U. & p. 1{. \\. l>?-])ot. 1
QA UFO UNI A I'ANNKD UOODH. '
Fjr*b Nectarines, #
Freah Muscat Grapea, u
Ficth Ai?rlrot%
Fresh Bartlett l'cin, j
Fi?h Quit) tea. |
To any tlicy are delicious, is Imt faint pralM**
Every family Htiould have a few cmi* for Christma*. u
It J. HMYTII,
Oorner Market ntul Fourteenth St*
\ LDEH FRUIT. 1
IVachea ami AtM'le* cured by the Aldeu process.
Vt-ry line. For wle l?y
itoZ\ II .1. HMYTM. (
"Satin Gloss" Flour. -{
100 Bbls. Just Received.
. ? i
t
A
This is tha finest quality of Flour J
manufactured, and has all the whole- r
tome and nutritious qualities or the un- '
bolted Flour, combined with unpqualled *
ivhiteness and purity. I
i
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List, Davenport & Parks, [
SOLE AGENTS.
do15> *
M. KI5IM.V, J
l
Wholesale Grocerfc Pork Packer, J
NOS. 1309 A 13J1 MAIN KT. J
WTBola Agent I>ii)?o^t Powder Mill*.
J^hFlNKl) 8UUABS.
I hate In atore and orrirln^, Crushed, Powdered,
irauulated and Block Sugars.
Cotfeo A, 1$ and Extra X: Sugars.
Knights Philadelphia Yellow Sugars.
Franklin H Philadelphia Yellow Sunn.
M. KK1LLY.
jlEAS.
A full aiaortment (fresh iui|?oitatlons) in hall
chests and Iwxca, of (iuupowdcr. lui|*rial, Voting 7
Hyson and Hyson, Souchong, Oolong and Japan. 1
M. KF.IL1.Y.
JtOBACCOS.
Allatyleaof Virglnta good*, embracing ft mc. ! oz, *
I Inch twhfsaud 11 uuJ 12 Inch Cavendish. borilurdn
gooda. nil styles, luidall the leading braiuls of
:<oui?villeKatic?. H|Helal Inducement* ottered In
hlallnc. _ M. ltKI I.I.V.
FAMILY >L^\ni " j
Pollock's Indiana Fancy White Wheal.
Silver Star Fancy WlilteWheat.
1'iixc Med*l Fancy White Wheat.
Kurcka Family Red Wheat.
(u store and lor anlehy ftt. KKII.I.Y.
^TMORF/S MINCK .MEAT.
A largo lot in IS 11m. and ;:7 li?. palla. Just rtlelved
and lor aalo hy M. l:t'll.r.Y.
|^10 COFFEES. I.
A full line, embracing common, prime and eti let*
y choice. Just received and lor sale hy
'M. ItEir.LV.
^T.W ORLEANS 110LASSES.
A atuall lot of choice (last tear's) N. U. Molaase*
la ottered low and In quarititha to suit purchasers,
ortl M. RKILI.Y.
1 \l 1TAWTV.V II
J. ' ?
CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER >
AND BUILDER. <i
ipecial attention given to Roofing and re- G
pairing of Hook of nil kimlx. "
AQENT FOR METZ'S SASH LOCK.
. All yrork qone when promised.
Office?930 Map.kkt St., above Market
louse. Residence, 51 Fifteenth Street.
jalO WifKKI.TN'O, AV. V.\.
STAR FOUNDRY.
BENJAMI~N~ FISHER,
Manufacturer of the celebrated
/alley Star Cook Stoves A
Vith tbo low down Copper Reservoir fur extension
op?. Alaoagreatwlotyof ??tber Conk and Hentiig
Storm. & complete a??orimcnt of Alarliellrvd
Into uud Iron Mantrli, Marble, Slate and J run
births constantly on band.
JOB CASTING DONE TO ORDER. OOlS
, 1614, icie.103,1020 A 1022 Market St. I
SECRETS
J > 1 i 1 I Bill 8 lli mul Jtcvrlatfons oft
7,"" m 90 CrTiialivitrtn,hawtiM'ur>
IIkind nf Ditriiri. with liunilrnJt of valuator rvrcljin, )
iliuiliiniiil marrr.thHinprtllmcnta lotnanlnjn*. their in- *
and curr.Trr?l(onallI?lmu?i fully r?i>.?inlt<xlhr;i
auitt. ij inptoiinaml nirsnitorurr i it I. llic milv n-a" v
tiftitlnc ? ?rk 01 Hi" kind tvrr puMltht-d. ami it rump;.-!*
i?I'Vrrjr tH|wrt. Kent Mturtly mini uu rrrclpt I in < t?.
Ldilii... |)r. f. A. II<1IUJ<NAT<. CIS North J-.llU ?tnu,
I. !<uun. Mo. E.uVIUhyl lit 1K?.
OLIDAY PRESENTS.
I have a carefully aelrcted aloek of Juvenile and
for Hooka. Toy a, Uaiaoa. Albums, Writing Peaks, ?
'ainllr lllblra, hterroafo|wi and VIkwm. Haokeninuon
Boards, Pocket Books, DUih-a for 1S77, ut
uird times prices. PI eve call at
C. II. CJUIMBY8'?No. 1414 MARKSt.
de22 _ ,
0 HTEINMETZ,
Piper Box Manufacturer.
*os. 1211 and 1213 Main Street, up ilniri (old
Jnlon Hall), la now prepared to make all klnd.n>i
r'ancr and Plnln Paper Sozm in an itjrli* and
it aa low print aa anj bousa In the country. I?rItrn
from tin* country protni'tly attended t?. Ja20
1 TEWCILS.
^ W. VA. STENCIL A HKA1. WORKS, ?
a Si
I No. 17.?l 11 akkkt ht.
K
S wl* Whuelinit. W. Va.
U A D fl A E An l!!".:rat.'J work 5"*
M A n n IA u fc m.:. vs:
aajainBa on Wi? i-,?
fl|l|I|C CilkeawuaiMiifanii. |U ?
IIIIIP fti., laint ill?mvirt< i In lli*i
. MVIWM utrimiil'irUiHiuitluni li.mli |
Wtruly bamir In toe tnarrirU relation. Male ami Iwnal#, .
rouuy and iiiklill<< ar?t ibuuld rraj ai?t prrwrcititt
i tnuiua tn to rotation, wUlcli no on* ran afluftf to I* wiU).
null on hnwuprrarnettif h*airh,aii<l o.mpl'iwn.and
fivi-to fkdnl hrak* I ha Imlinraa ol yuutij: tlw b^C and
i..'r true MirrlaM Culda In thu world. IW ?0 cents
>jr Mail. TtW author may be ronroltnl nerwmallyorby _
mall en ?nr of thetutiWu iim ni?in?i m hu ?rk. AiWrv?* D
l>fc A. Q. OLDT, WVaahlnitow ChU-a^.llL u
Fink furnituhe, "
b]
iCR CURTA1X.1, CORXICBS i- M/RltUKS. .
K. KDMUNDSON4SON8, V
139 LlBERn' STUBKT, PITTSBURGH, PA. hl
no7
tmrnmrnrnrnmim
TRANSPORTATION.
I^ALTIMOjlK & OHIO RAILROAD.
fflffTTf' H jy^WW*
On and after January 15.1877, IW-ngcr Tralm
*111 run ai follow*?Wnei-Img time:
iurt-BOUHD. No. 6. No. I" No. l.'Nott"
Leaves? A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
ffhNUiVaMMMMHMMM. 6:40 10:35 C:50 7!45
Arrives at? P.M. P.M.
Jraftoo 11:05 *31 11:41 4:10
P.M. A.M.
ttfm - 237 7:32 3:20
I'uwberland 8:;U #:1mj 4:10
Martlnabur*... G 20 0:4ft
tVnah'ton City I V;io y;51
Ualtliuuro I0.:i0 H;20
A.M. |
Philadelphia- I 3:10
New York t 6:251
Dally except Sunday.
No. 7 ato|M al all Hlatlona hvtweeu Wheeling and
Cumberland: No. 41 atom at all Stations between
WbtvllURsUhl Ural ton; No. 5 makes direct (outipoi<mi
for all points Month.
wxstbound. Na 8. No. t? ,No.lO.
I*?TO?
IVheeding 7:55a.M 4:1Ap.M 10:2flP.M.
Arrive ut?
fctneavlllo 12:05PM ft:M ' 2M4.M.
Newark 1:20." low " 4:00"
Soluiulms 8:15 " 5:80 "
tandusky 7:00 ' 10:30 "
Dayton 7;U0 " i:35p.u.
riucinnatl 8:00 " 10:55a.m.
jotiUvillo 12:55 N't 7:(5p.m.
ndlanapolii ll:25p.M 12:40N'u
it. Louli 8:30a.m 8:45P.M.
C:jUA.m 8:30 11
"Daily except Sunday.
No?. 8 and I rnako close connection at Columbus
?r all puluttt Month and South west; ut Chicago 'ol
ill |iolutx Wustaud Northwest.
Jy?M-ImiuiiU trail is uiakeconuectlaat at Naitiuiore
or I'htkduhihla, N6w York and lkwtou. At Wa?huaton
City for n!l point* South.
Wint-lHiund trains nuke direct connections for
ill principal points West and Northweat.
1 ulliiiuii -i" ? ?
~.?-nv? mi igui train*.
WlIKEUNd, Finn. A HALTIMOllK DIV.
Ia\ivw daily? I -Arrive* dally at
Wheeling 7:55 a. m.JWaihluslon.l'a 10:40 a.iu
4:25 p. ui. 0:10 |>.ui
Except Sunday. | Eawipt Huuday.
Tlcketa tu all principal polnta on aalo at DrjKit.
)tl?c? oik'h at all hour*during tho day.
tho& k. khaki',
Master of Transportation.
IL T. DKVUUM, Ocu'l Agent. Jal6
MI.EVKi.AND A PITWBUROH li AIL BO AD
\j OOUDKNHED TIME CARD.
On and after December 4, 1876, Trulni will run
)*lly. (oxcept Sunday.) aa followa, *U:
al'commo. | * mail. kxpkiub.
lkayji.
Mlalrt) 6:65 a. M. 10:50 A. m. 3.00 p. m
iridgeport 6:05 " 11:00 " |:iu "
lartla'i Ferry... 6:13 11:08 " 8:17 "
Agraugo^. 6:48 " 11:80 ' 8:t0 14
W'Ubt'iiville. 7:06 " 12i0G p. m. 4 08 11
Vcllirlllo 8:20 " 1:35 " 6 60 "
Chester *30 ? 3:80 ? ; 6.40
AURIVH.
Ittsliurgh 10:35 14 8:40 " 7 4J 44
Llto-Iim 6:53 P. m. u.4u " 1*2:15 a. m
larrlnbuij; 11:06 " 2:40 a.m. 8:W>
ialtlmorc. 7:4ft "
ViuhliiKton itll "
'hlladelphla 3:i0 a. m. 7:00 44 7:35 "
luw York- 6:15 44 10:(6 " JQ:2A "
toilou 4:50 p. M 8 411 P.M.
lliiani-o 12:28 " 6:15 p.
tavenna 1:23 6:08 14
fudson .. 1:55 " 6:33 '
lleveland 3:10 " 7:35 "
rt. Way uo......... 12:01A.M. 3:50 A. M
IhlniRO 7:20 " *20 "
Accommodation Train loaves Ifcllalre at 4:40 p.m
nd arrive* at KmubenviUe at 6:16 p. m.
i?l*t;lal accommodation traina lea** Hellntre at
:&0 a.m. and 12:60 p. m.; Bridgeport 10:05 a.m. uua
:05 p.m.; arrlvo Ht Miutiu'a Ferry 10:16 a.m. aud
:1b P. m. Humming loaro Martln'a Ftrry nt 1 l:H0
? m. and 3:'.0 p. m.j tfridgeport,ll:40 a.m. ami .. .so
u.; arrive at lMlairo at 11:55 a. m. and 3:15 ? . u.
Ticket! to all principal point* in the Ka?t nuJ
Vc.il can l? procured at tho Union Ticket UlUit)
('Lure llouw.aitd at thoatatlon at Brldgej<ui *.
F. K. MY Kits,
'liS (ivneral Fawnger and Ticket Avciit.
niTTHUUIUiU, CINCINNATI A ST. LOOIs
L HA ILW A V-PA N-IIAN DIE UU i'TE.
Tho Dlrcct Line to the Northwest, Wwt aiiu
bouthwrnt.
CONDENSED TIMS CABD.
Taking etloct November With, 1876.
in If" Wnl out South (via (V,hiinlui?.l
laMLIuu. I'at'l Kx. At cum it.
.'v llttjburgh ... 11:20 p.m. 8::50 a.m. 3:40 p.m.
Steutauvilla* 12:53 a.m. 10:07 44 6:10
D.IIIIImiii 2:30 " 11:55 " 8:30 "
Newark 4:45 " 2:20 pm.
. Columbus 6:0."; " 3:50 " 10:15 a.m.
,'vliondon. 7:01 44 4:43 44 ii.li "
Xt-nia. 8:05 44 6:42 " 12:30 p m.
Day U)u 7:30 " 1:35 "
Cincinnati 10:55 a.m. 8:o0 " :t:lfi "
IxhiIkvIIIo.. 12:65 a.m. 7: <!> "
Tu t/ie U'nl ami South (vlu&uimllk4.)
,'vc / iinenviilo ..I a.m. 3:10 p.tu.l
?'*? l-iiKU-ilcr... 110:15 14 5:11 44
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*rrullmau Drawing ttuom nud Bleeping Curs
rum fcteulwnvlllo und Columbus through tWMoul
'lUiiijr, to Cincinnati, l/mlsvlllo, Indianui>olU and
t. Louifl, and from Columbus lo Chicago.
The pleasure mvkrr or those seeking llumn rfn fA?
Vtti, should coll on or address the undersigned lor
arough tlrno tables, maps, land circulars and furiter
informtniuu.
W. I- O'BRIEN,
leu'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, No. 21'J Hixb
street, Columbus, Ohio. Ja25
Printing!
BILL HEADS, , CARDS,
LETTER HEADS.I Clflmil An?
,n?l every description of Mercantile Prluting
executed promptly and nt
reasonable price*, nt the
3aily Intelligencer
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE,
5 and 27 Fourteenth Street, Wheeling,
,?rOanKKS I1Y SIAIt, PRO Y
ITKNTIKH yo.
1'IitlV A CO,,
BOOlv BINDERS
?4XO?
BLANK BOOK MANUFADTUHERS.
Arc prrptml nt all tlmra, with the bait materia]
i till order* for lllank ltook*, audi ai ire used by
aukx, Couutlra, Corjuirntlon*, Kailruidi and Mwiant?.
upon Micrt notice, and lu the laoat dealt*.
ami workmanlike manner.
Having all the Intent and uioit Improved ruarhiery
we f.vl confident that we will rrmler rotlru
itlsfactlon to all wbo favor ua with tbrir ordera
Music, Maputlom and Periodical* of every U<v
rlptlon lound In a neat ant] durahlo manner.
MILLS, FREW A CO.,
NOS. 2.'? A.ND 27 FOUBTfK.VTU BT..
WflKKLlNU. W. VA
JOSEPH IT. 8AGE,
121121 Market Street,
Ajent for tho Celebrated
lOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
I, Nwllo* and Attachment* for all klndi of Mailue*.
All make* of Macblnca ropairvd promptly
r a practical workman. tu$a
CRANBERRIES.
J
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md.plrkrd berrlft, for nl? low.
Jurt received hv
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