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QhiMiAfymtv.
Won urn's Hi k litis and Wrongs.
The Future ov American Women.?
The American woman is being formed
for a citizen of the world. It if) not
merely an a teacher that the spirit of the
new world seeks to prepare for woman a
freer development and a wider sphere of
activity; it seeks to open for her free
pathit in arta and manufactures. "If I
must chooso between giving education to '
the men or the women of a country. 1 <
would leave the men and begin with tho
women "said one of the legislatornof this
country to me, one day; and thin in the
thought of a large number of men in the
United State*. The advancement of the
higher development of woman in one of
the most remarkable features of the. new
world'n cultivation, its<^rcatcst merit,
*nd it* principal labor for the future, i
All that 19 now wanting it* merely that it
shall not stop luilf-way. 1 do .not believe
the rignt-mindeduess of the meu
will fail, if the women will, with discretion
ami earnestness, tako the place which
Hocietv here is willing to assign them. It
in with justice that wo aro accustomed to
estimate the measure of a nation'* cultivation
by the estimation in which woman
is held, and tho place which she occupies
in society, because it requires no small
decree of spiritual culture to value a
being whose highest power is of a spiritual
character. Tho people of America
have shown themselves to be possessed of
this, and it will increase in the same
proportion as the women of the country
make themselves deserving of it.?Frcder
ilea Iircmcr.
Woman's Svuzre.?Those rare case*
in which women have attained some distinction
in pursuits requiring, in a high
degree, those mental qualities which, in
their larger development, are essentially
masculine, are plainly exceptional and
indicate a departure from the typical
organization of the sex; so that even that
strong minded champion of her right*,
Mrs. Wolstoncrnft, confesses that, "if we
revert to history, we shall find that the
women who have distinguished themselves
have neither been tllo most beautiful
nor the most gentle of her sex." We
may he sure, moreover, that to the extent
to which we shall, by education and training,
develop those qualities of mind or of
hody which are more especially masculine
shall we destroy the harmony of her
organization and produce deformity.
Were it possible, by a course of mental
discipline, to make "our daughters good
lawyer*, able utatesmen or profound scientists,
and it cannot be denied that education
may be made a powerful means of
modifying natural tendencies, it would
be found that just in proportion as we
might succeed in our ellorts, would not
only their attractiveness as women, but,
their fitness for the otlices peculiar to
the sex, be impaired. "If they wish to
astonish us by feats of strength," Cabanis
says, "and join the triumphs of science
I to" victories sweet and more sure,' then
almost all their charm vanishes. They
cease to bo what they are, in making
vain ellorts to becomo what they desire
to appear, and, losing the attractions
without which the empire of beauty
itself is uncertain and brief, they, in
general, acquire only the nedantry and
the absurdities of science.' -Semi-Tropical.
_______
"Woman's Rights" a Lube and a
Pretense.?To speak plainly?and this
is a subject upon which it is a duty to
have no reserve?the intluence which
woman is said, or supposes herself, to
exert on man anywhere except at home
is potent for nothing that can conduce to
her own happiness?in truth, it is not an
influence at all. It is the hollow llattery
of an insincere age that spoaks otherwise
of the nart women jday in the great
world. Men plead their witchery as an
excuse, while they gratify the base impulse*
of thpir own mrriinL n?tur??n. Thov
conjole the victiiii with a pretty sophistry,
in which the actual state ol affairs is
misrepresented; hut the man "lured" and
"captivated bj bright eye*," or "enslaved
by u bewitching HUiile," is himself the
captor, and the pretended Hubjugation is
but a trick to deceive the real slave. We
do notnrty that all men who prate thus of
iheir subjugation by feminine arts are
intentional impostors. There is a delirium
of passion in which fools are the
i dupes of their own duplicity; but this
does not qualify the fact on which we
have so strongly insisted and it is one that
cannot be too clearly pet before women or
too sedulously impressed. These modern
notions about woman's mission, woman's
rights, woman's part in the world, and the
thouhand-atid-one contentions that she is
' litted for a wider sphere, are miserable
pretenses to lure or help her to wander
out of her own sovereign territory into a
waste, howling wilderness, where she
must bo the sport of man. Unwomanly
women who lead their weaker but not
less worthy Bisters into these strange regions
are the enemies of their sex. Truly
wine and realty strong-minded women
will turn a deaf ear to their idle or
sinister pretensions.?ITA< Churchman.
'? ' . I
Jefferson Medical Colleok (Philadelphia),
has just issued its catalogue of
students for tho current term, and cxhibits
a roll of five hundred and flinctyeight
students, representing most of the
States of the Union and several foreign
countries. Pennsylvania, however, contributes
three hundred and ono of tho
> students; rather more than half of the
whole number. The class of 1S77 at the
Jefferson is claimed to be the largest class
now attending any medical school in the
United States, and this is probably quite
true. Our two principal colleges of medicine,
tho Jefferson and the University ot
Pennsylvania, thus far maintain tho preeminence
of Philadelphia as the home of
medical instruction. The Jefferson also
has iu< College Hospital, newly completed
(as to the building), and thus adds
another to our admirable public establishments
for the treatment, of serious
disease and accidental injuries. It has
capacity (or a hundred beds, which it is
proposed to make free to all sufferers
throughout the Commonwealth who are
in need of such medical and surgical relief
as can be effectively administered
on,V?A Kreat hospital. This establishment.
like that mentioned a few days ago,
has claims upon the favorable considersL..?f
^Whlature, before which body
* bill is now pending to aid in its equip
merit and for other limlUr purpoaea. It
is not unlikely that a majority of the
regular medical practitioners in the districts
of every one uf the Senators and
Representatives at Harriabnrg are graduate!
of the Jefferson, and has had the
benefit of the clinical instruction hereto*
fore conducted by the College at ita own
ex penso.?JRWf. Ledger.
Oub Church Choibs,?During a short
vi?i| from home, which accounts for the
omisdon of our article last Saturday, we
spent part of Sunday at a Methodint
Church in a neighboring city, in which
the ch'oir is one 61 the old fashioned kind,
a volunteer choir, uncertain and unwieldly
as all audi duorganiied bodies
are. The gentlemanly usher, being doubtlens
impressed by our elegant clothes, couveyed
us to one of the front seats in the
"synagogue," where not having any one
to interect our thoughts beyond the
preacher, we could listen attentively to
the choir, which wu situated, in the back
of the church?no the front?rfo in
the gallery over the stairway, the old
fashioned place. We are thus ooniused
because when outside, we call the entrace
front of the church, when inside,
the preacher at the far end from the entrance,
we call that the front, and the
other "front" the back. We think there
were four sopranos, two altos, three tenors
and four basses in the choir, which
sang as a voluntary the old
anthem, "Jerusalem my gloriouB
home." Well, preserve us from
ever hearing " Gee-me-sal-em " sung
with ho much wrechedness again, or
hearing the old tune "St. Martin's" sung
:w dismally and drawly-out as we did on
linn occasion. As good fortune would
have it, the next hymn was "Nearer My
God to Thee," in which the people all
took a hearty interest, aa alno in the long
metre doxology at the clone of the sertnon.
Had it not been (or thin relief the
music would have been mo9t wretched.
The excellent sermon on "He not weary
in well doing," encouraged ui iu the
liopo that some day there would be no
more such music to listen to, that such
choirs might give way to better ones and a
standard raised akin to that we hope for
in a better world. That this choir could
have done better we are sure of, but the
fault in that ax most all suchi choirs, is (aa
is also the case in moat musical societies)
the superficial knpwledgn singers have of
music. Scarce one in u hundred can
read munic at Might, or even tell beyond
the number of sharps or Hats fa the
signature, what key they may be singing
in. The fact is, our chorus singing is
mostly a failure because singers who '
may be gifted with full, rich, fine voices,
do not know their musical A B C's, and
consequently have to learn everything
by note. If they learn in this way, unless
the singers are possessed of a goodly
quantity of "brass." thev must be nervous,
uncertain nnd timid, just an likely
to be right as wrong, liable at any tuoment
to break down, and on the occasion
of a public performance, consider themselves
"in luck" if they get through without
a balk. We know liow chorus singing
is spoiled where the majority of
singers hang on the sounds coming from
the leader iu their part, because unable
to read with certaintv, and shrink to lit- '
ter their own sounJ till they lnjar one
from some one in whom they have confi- ,
dence, then let forth their tone (too often
the wrong one) with a vehemence fatal ;
to all that may be expressed in the word :
taste. When we hear of the solo soprano
having to have her part fixed J
in her mind, ground into her very
soul, by playing it over seventy times ]
seven for her; that the alio knows no dil- (
ference in the sound of a note that may
have a sharp or Hat before it; that the 1
tenor was to be crammed and primed by 1
Insistent and patient efforts; that the ,
iaaa considers it superfluous to attemnt
pronouncing the words in his effort to i
grunt out something he calls his part, it
is a wonder so much success is attained. ,
With an uncertain conductor or perhaps i
none at all, sinners, even good singers, are
apt to Bing badly in chorus notwithstanding
diligent practice. While the theory
of congregational singing or volunteer
choirs is very nice, it does not prove so
in practice, and the constant effort* of
churches to have good choirs of quartette
character, prove the futility of the
old form. We all know that the better
class of singers in volunteer choirs are
always tempted into choirs where they
are paid, and it leaves the poorest class to
make the musta It is right that it is so?a
musical education is not to be had for
nothing, any more than is a clergymans;
and as the music in church now a days
plays a very important part in the service,
it ia just as reasonable to want excellence
in singing and playing, as excellence
in the preaching. We know people
who go to church who think nothing of
paying three or four dollars for two seats
at a concert, two or three limes a year to
hear a noted singer sing one or two
songs; hut think it a dreadful tax to pay
five dollars a year towards having gootl
music every" Sunday, and grumble
and grumble over a paid choir.
Such folks aro not a bit consistent.
It is this stinginess on the part of the
congregations,to which much of the unsatisfactory
condition of the choir ringing
is owing, for perhaps one or two singers
of ability are paid a pittance, and the
other singers get nothing. The paid singers,
can perhaps appropriate their pay
to study and so outstrip the unpaid singers
in ability, with the certain result of
unsatisfactory nuartetto sinofincr. Com
plaint irt therefore instituted against the
choir, and {hall) paid choirs are voted a
nuisance. Now just for experiments Bake,
we pliould like to see some one church
?ay to four good voices, go study hard
for this yean, we will pay for your music
lessons, in return give us the beat you
can. We would wager the cost, the
church would bo ropaiu tenfold.
8TOVES * HARDWARE.
F. CALWELL.
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles,
Common Qriitcs, Tile and all kinds of
Terra Cotta goods.
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOQETUKll WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTUF.NT
OF
COOKING STOVES
And House Furnishing Goods. We call
special attention to the
Peorlesa Radiator Shaking Grate.
The moat complete Grate in thn market.
It can be seen in operation in Mr. Frank
Corn's fine residenoo ou the Island. Call
and examine.
1507, 1509;* 1511 .Main Street,
ueur II. A O. It. It. Depot. mr9
STAR FOUNDRY.
benjamin" fisher,
Manufacturer of the celebrated
Valley Star Cook Stoves
With the low down Copper Reeerrolr for extension
tow Abo great variety of ether Cook and Heating
Store*, a complete aiwortment of MarbelUed
State ana Iron Mantoli, Marble, Slate and Iron
Hearths coiutanUy on hand.
JOB CASTING DONE TO ORDER.
aou hi!, 1116, 161S. imp A tea Market 8L
0 II. QUIMBY,
DKiLtR IN
BOOKS, NEWS AND UTKRAUY PAPERS,
FASHION AND LITERARY MAGAZINES,
STATIONERY, dc.
Papers tnd Cheap PubllctUonsat Wholesale,
uir| 1414 Uakut 8TR??r.
FOR SALE.
yALUABLK ,
COM & IRON PROPERTY,1
Blast Furnace ;
a
?AMD? jj
FARMING LANDS
For Sale at Auction, a
t
-OK? (
The 27th Day of March, 1877,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M? AT
THE EXCHANGE SALESROOM, ,
No. Ill Broidwiy, City or N?w York. J,
Bolus part of tbo Atvti of
The Ocean National Bank, J
OF NEW YORK.
TERMS CASH.
The underilgoed, Receiver of the Ocean Natloual
Hack, will ofl'er fur sale in aforesaid all that tract r
ut laud, and the structures and Improvements
thereon, together with the franchise* aud privilege*
belonging thereto, known mi the ?Irondale
Coal & Iron Property,
And formerly known as the i-date und works of
The Franklin Iron and Coal Co
il
Said Isiids ami work* aro ill listed in
PRESTON COUNTY, W. VA?
ON Til It
Line of the Baltimore &. Ohio Railroad,
near the Grarton Junction,
And an* connected therewith by a branch rail- &
road, ol uniform gnugo and construction; distant
270 miles IromHaltlmore. U- miles from Cumberland.
109 miles from Wheeling. Ill mllea from
Purkersburgfand 05 miles from Pittsburgh bjr tlio
linn of tho Pittsburgh and Charleston Railroad
now building southward aero* Weat Virginia) bjr
moans of which road it lus accwa to tho markets
of the East and West, and will shortly nlso have
access to the markets of Pittsburgh and the magnetic
ore deposit* of Virginia and the Kanawha.
The TRACT OF LANDS embracca 1,120 acre*. of
which 220 are under cultivation, the remainder
being covered with n heavy growth of valuable
TIMBER.
It Is also underlaid by THREE DISTINCT WORKABLE
VEINS OF GOOD COAL. iiiecMil.lc at or near
the surface, il, 4 aud 8 feet In thlckncu, respectively,
which have been tested and worked on thlsand
adjacent properties for many years. The coal yields
a line LUSTROUS HA RIM J RA IN H U CUKE.
SUITABLE FOR IRON MAKING.
There are also In close proximity to the bituminous
coal THREE SEPARATE BEDS OF IRON ORE
of the variety known to miners aa "CLAY IRON
S'O.lE," so largely in use in English Furnaces,
ranglug from 'XI inches to I feet iu thickness, and
io easily mined that it can be placed at the Furnace
itack at SI 60 per ton.
In juxtaposition with the iron bclta arc LIMESTONE,
suitable lor fluxing purposes. FIRECLAY
and building SANDSTONE, suitable for
instructing Furnaces, Ovens, Ac.
Among the permanent STRUCTURES AND
IMPROVEMENTS, erected for the most part by
ONE HOT-BLAST FURNACE, 39 feet stack,
II.'J bush.
TWO BLOWING ENGINES, 80-horw power,
mado by Sweeny A Hon, ol Reading.
HOT-BLAST APPARATUS, 28 feet stove*.
FOUR MILES OF RAILROAD, 4.8"? Kau?i- lidlngi,
switche*, M and 60 pound rail, well laii
uid ballasted.
ONE SAWMILL, Turbine wheel, circular aawi,
carponter and tool-shop complete.
1-OUNDRY, ineiwltng cupola, molds, earnings,
atterns, Ac.
MACHINE AND BLACKSMITH SHOP, with
lathes, drills. Ac.
39 WORKMENS' DWELLING HOUSES, doublo
and single gardens attached, In good order.
BTOREIK)UBES,ENGINE HOUSES, OFFICES, 0
Sheds, Coking Pita, Tresilas and all th# Tramways,
Drifts, Openings, Stables and other structures and ?
excavations nteessarv for the operation and main- E
tenance of an extended production and shipment
of iron and coal.
The worka have be?n in successful operation for i
RCTerai years. They were laid out, worked and
enlarged under the Immediate supervision of one
of the largest manufacturers; the whole expend!- C
tureon the property being upward of 1700,000.
The Blast Kurnaco has a capacity of turning out
ten to twelro tons of pig iron per day from the tl
ores on the estate, which product baa ranked ns
No. 1 nnd 2 foundry (gray lone and white) iron lu u
the Ohio River market*. Tho capacity can l>e u
greatly Increased, at but little cost, by the erection
of a second furnace, the aito for which is selected, n
There are but few. If any, sltea more advantage- ],
ous for the successful, continued and profitable y
manufacture of iron; tho fui-1, tho tlux and tbo
ores being all on the same property, and connected
with the furnace by rail. Pig Iron, with the [
existing facilities, baa been mado by the season ut
a cost of 918 per ton, and this rate can he lessened Ci
by Improvements in contemplation. *
Further particular*, Geological and Mining En- o
gintrrt' Report, can be had on application to the
Receiver,at 21 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
THEODORE M. DAVIS, Reoeiver.
fis'?
C-A-iRIDS1
(
?AND?
0
CIRCULARS. ?
Our facilities by way of Ma
chinery, and tha largo line of fine
Stock on hand, enable us to do '
Cards, Circulars, &c., in the very
best style, and at unarecedentedly c
low prices. We shall be pleated >
t
to show specimens and give >
Prices,
FREW & CAMPBELL, |
INTELLIGENCES OFFICE,
25 ind 27 Fourteenth St. r
pRINCE ALBERTS,
QLENCOVE,
rUESBURGS, c
RIPLENUTS,
GINGERNUTS, ,
CORNHILL3.
A fresh invoice from Walter Wilson ACo'* ^
Bakery, juM received ut
SCHUL'S CONFECTIONERY,
1319 Markbt Strf.et.
mr3
$500 PIANO FOR $250.
A lady offer* to sell her 7-odat? Piano, Row- J
wood Ca$e. carred leg*, for I2.VJ. PUno originally
coat 1800, la Rood u new and l#en uwd only a few
montbi. Can bo K?n and heard at
ADAMS A LUCAS' MUSIC STORK,
fag? 1227 Market Street.
RACUN AND LARD.
D A fall aupply tlwmra on hand of Laal Unl,
H. C. Hama, houlden, Clear Sldea, 8. C. Brtakatta,
etc. Orden filled fretn from nook* hjum dally. H
M. BEXLLT. I
DRUCCI8T8.
WANTED-^V^^
loaraeueaa there la no inore effectual remedy th^n
)r. Chapman's Horehound Balsam
S^ANTED^^Ks;
houaamta of theru silrcadjr know, tint to tnako
ure of light and wholeaotnn BUrult una Batter
lake*, you uuit um LOUAN, LIHT & CO'H
iXCELSIOR BAKING POWDER.
yVANTED"-KK?
lingers, and all persona with Coughs, Hoarseness,
tore Throat, At, to try LOOAN, LIHT & CO'8
COMPOUND CHLORATE POTASH TROI'M
AS, the beet In l ha market.
IV A NTI^n?DEALER8 KVEBYVV
JAlS 1 lliL) WliEBK to remeruU r
bnt the bc?t way to build up a trade la to aell the
oat goods, anil that aoruo dealers hare told us that
hey hart lost tbelr trade by selling inferior Rnhng
Pnetirr. They aay now they will Hi only
.ogan, List A la's Excelsior iUklug Powder.
JaSTeAw
iLWAYS GET THE BEST!
ZE^EIEID'S
CUUUH SYRUP!
lo Not Neglect a Cold However Slight.
For COUGHS, COLD8, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WlIOQPING
COUGD, Ac., use
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
There it no Preparation equal to it. Try
l ami be convinced.
HKMEMBKR! Ahk for "riRRh's Couoil
YitDP," and l>e sirre you get it.
PKICE 25 CENTS 1'BR UOTTI.K.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Wheeling, W.Va.
UI.D UY All. VKAl.iMS IS MEDICINES.
jtt!9
LAUGHLIN BROS. & CO.
The OU Drwa Housi, now Twenty Years
established, always have on hand anil In
Hock
CHEMICALS.
Hantonlnl, Quinine, Morphia. Chlorufouu,
Strychnia, perfectly pure and reliable.
PHYSICIANS'
Instruments, Hurgiral Appliances, Trus.hu,
Bwcm, of upprovol makers.
DRUCCISTS'
.Sundries, Scales, Rpstulas, Morten, Uottlos,
of all kinds and styles.
GROCERS'
I)tugs, such u Cream Tartar, Boda, Borax,
_Ucorlce, Ac., In conrcnlent sired Uixwi.
PURE SPICES.
Ponpcr, Allsplco, Cloves. Nutmegs, Qloger,
either whole or fjround In cans.
CHOICE WINES.
Madoria, Sherry, Catawba and Port, pure
for family use. |
soaps, soaps.
Colgate'* and Baaine'a Ilose. Houcy and
Olywrlna, >11 flndy perfumed.
brushes7
Fine English nnd French Hair, Nil! ?nd
Tooth, "well made, o! beat putterns.
dctfi
financial
tut K. U otsroao. Prest. 11*0. A r.?*! , V. frwL
M. A. Cju^nLKn.CablfT.
IANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
duccckaor to th?
MUST NATIONAL MANK OF WHKKLIWH.
pita) - - .U90.000
Tills Bank is orgaaixed ?ud prepared to tiauaact
lo business of banking in oil its details. ,
It succeeds the FirstNational Bank of Wheeling,
owned by the same shareholders and Is under the
uue management.
By carefully regarding the Interests o! Its Corn*DndciiU
and Depositors, and by n prompt and
dthfulexecutlouof their wishes, It bo|?? to merit
iielr estucra and confidence.
Notes and Bills discounted.
Collections mado on all points tnroiiuhout the
Inlted States.
Deposit Accounts subject to cluck at light r?sived
from Banks, Bankers, Firms, Coruorailons
ad Individuals.
Certificates of Deposit Issued payable on demand
r at fixed dates.
Iuteroat allowed on Special Deposits
DimtcTom:
John K. Botaford, I Win, B. Himptun,
Jacob S. Rhodes, Win. A. Tumor,
George Adams. John L. Hobbs,
Geo. W. Frantndm, I 0. C. Dewey.
Henry M. Harper, I mrfl-daw
Commercial Bank.
!apital,# $100,000.
Owes?No. 1308 Main St.
Interest paid oa Special Deposits. Collections
mdeand proceeds promptly remittal. Accounts
I merchants and others solicited.
DIRECTORS:
Thoa. II. I Jit, J. L. Btlfel,
K. J. Smyth, W. T. Bart,
J. C. Thoinu, Ches. U. Booth.;
W. A. Wilson,
TIIOA II. LIST, President.
J. L. ST1FEL, V. Prest.
S. P. H1LDRETH, Cfthler. ja13
D. C. IXST. JOSEPH SXYItOLLD,
IIbnry K. LIST, UIIHON LANU,
Wm. A. I.1ST, IIKKRY W. LIST.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, \\\ VA.
lapilal, $100,000.
Stockholders personally liable and repTcscntin#
iver 8500,000.
Receives Deposits and Discounts Paper.
Deals lu Cold, Silver, Coltt-Drnfta und Sterling
Ixchanse.
Sells Drafts on Englsnd, Ireland, France, Gerusny
and other prominent parts of Europe.
Buys und Mils Government, State, City and Railond
Bonds.
Interest paid on Special Deposits.
Special attention given to Collections.
D. C. LIST, President.
0. LAMB, Cashier.
J03. SEYBOLD, Assistant Cashier. Ja?
Exchange Bank.
J. N. Vaxck, Prw't. Sam'i. Ulguun, V. P.
'-apital ...... 1X0,060
.lability of Stockholders... 400,000
This Bank succeeds to the biulnMBol the Merhants'
National Bank, and deal* In Coin, Coupons,
lowtnerclal Paper and Bits of Exchange.
Interest paid on Special Deposit*.
Collections made on all points and proceeds
rumptly remitted.
Accounts of Bankers lad Business Men solicited.
Stockholders liable to depositors according to the
institution ol the State the sauio as In National
lacks.
DIRECTORS!
J. N. Vance, | H. Horkhelmcr,
1. S. Delaplaln, D. Gut wan,
J. G. llottmann, > Wui. ElHngham,
Sam'l Lauchlln, J II. Wallace,
Crawford B?oth,
?u? JOHN J. JONES, Cashier.
^RCIIlTECTtTRAL IRON FOUNDRY,
JAS. A. MAXWELL, Prop'r.
TUB M ABl'FACTt'EK OK
IRON FRONTS FOR HOUSES
A SPECIALTY.
Also do a general foundry business.
Works and Foundry?Corner Allegheny and
louth Avenues, Allegheny City, Pa., below point
iridgt. fett-W
PROFESSIONAL CARD!
JJENTISTRY.
We id*lie all thoaa wanting Dtttiitrr done
call on DB. OA8MUE, where they tan hare to
extracted without tl.o allgheat pain and new t*
tut In not to to known frotu th? natural tM
ran to worn with roinfcit and caae. All a
warranted. Office?No. 42 Fourteenth itraet. c
nrf of Market. fg2
yp J. W. COWDEN,
Attoruo}- at Lnv
Office?No. 1222 CuaPMHI At.,
WHEELING, W. Vi
Proiapt attention to all btulneta cntruited to
care. h
jj" II. COCHRAN,
Attoimey at Law
1220 CtlAI'I.ISK STKRBT,
(el WHKEl.INO, W. VA
^yriU.lAM PHILIPS,
Justice of the Pence & Reil Eitift Age
No, ft) Twii.fth Bt., Whxkuno.
Collections of all klndi luido and procv
promptly multied. j?
WILLIAM KUSKINK,
Attorney at La\
Ofllcoof (iie lite C. W. IS. Allison, No. lUOC'h
line street, Wheeling, W. Vs.
Will practice In tuc Statu and Federal Court<
BENJAMIN a. AI.USON, Notary Public
Offlre bs altoro. del
J DALLAS KWING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
No. 64 Twil,mi St.,
leC WHEELINU, W.VA
p C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
^HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
tirnac?No. 6G Fotbtkknth Bt.
WHEELING, W. VA.
Office Houn-B to 10 A. M. I to 8 p. M. d
H. II EARN E,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Marl
Street. Office up stairs.
au30
JJANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Han
?e4 Wheeling, W. Va.
JOHN McCLAVE^
Attorney at Law,
Collections promptly innde. Money loan
tltlwi guatautct-d. Notes discounted,
Will practice In the Btatea of Ohio aud W
Vlrjrinlu.
OiUcp, cor, Third and Market streets, lu Dou
erty Block, Hteubcnvllle, Ohio. apt
^ B. CALDWELL,
Attorney ut Low,
No. 68 Twklpth St. (Next door to C
Fellow's Hall, first floor.)
rar21
rjl J. HUGU8,
Attorney at Lbw
Office 71 Ttrtlfth Strut, Wheeling, W,
Practices in the Courts of Ohio, Maral
and Tyler counties, W. Viu novl'
|-JANIELPECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
f
1404 Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. V
e4.>9
JAMES U HAWLF.Y,
' MERCHANDISE BROKER
JINO
REAL ESTATE AGENT
I.oan? nogotl?li>J for Lcntlera and Borrowers
1220 MAIN 8T., WHEELING, W. VA.
Ja2*j
COMMERCIAL
Job Fulfill
lu the execution of
Artistic Job Printir
There ia uo office in West Virginia that I
a reputation equal to that of the
INTELLIGENCER OFFIC
H
Their facilities for tl*e execution of
beat class of work are not excelled by i
establishment.
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS
Business men will find the best place
cot their PRINTED BUSINESS STATU
ERY in first-class stvlet and at reasonn
prices, Is at tl?o
INTELLIGENCE* JOB OFFIC
25 & 27 Fourteo uth, Street.
TRUSSES
On account of un overstock
WILL SELL BELOW COS
?AT?
EDMUND BOCKINQ'9 PHARMACY
lf27
J^INCE MEAT.
'ANDERSON'S MINCE MEAT
ANDERSOX'8 13 THE BEJ fT.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOB IT.
Tak* No Othis. JTo On tm Lit*
I. MERCHANT TAILORS.
| TH08. HUGHES & CO
rth. ?.
IIM
oro_
" HAVE A FULL LINE OF
I
, BLACK, BROWN & WHITE
" Silk Scarfs
*?di
I . .
V*
ap. A F VIJ-Z A&SOiiTAf ?NT
i
GLOVES,
COLLARS,
MUFFLERS,
CUFFS. Eto.,Eti
Corner 12th and Water St!
? drtO
J.H.STALLMAN&CO.,
cet
- Merchant Tailors
k.)
We have received for the
Fall and Winter Trade
thL.
One of the LARGEST AND BEST fi
LECTED STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to the pity.
,AA
" All the NEW STYLE!
?0 *''<>
Plain and Plaid Suitings,
fl Diagonal and Basket Worsteds,
Castorand Fur Beavers,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Good
"* And all ityles of goodn usually fouud ;n
first-claw eatabUihnent,
A fine line of
' GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD!
Always in store.
THK BEST PLACE TO BUY SB IK'
in the'city.
'] ^"Call and look at our gooilu.
'
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheelini
(18
| New Goods
li
FALL AND, WINTEF
C. HESS & SON
'9
Merchant Tailors
bU COR. 14th AND MAIN 8TB.
Have jast received their large and elegi
Innlr nf (W'la
FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
Embracing till new deaigua ol
Cloths,
Canimerei,
l|" 1 Ve?tirig?.
'"i Suitingi, and
Overooatin(
Which will be aide up in the Beit Btyl
FULL LINK OF
to GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD
)N?
,)Ie WHITE kMBTH MA DM Tb UHDHH.
We invite the pablioto call and exanij
oar stock, feeling aarared we caa offer
perior indnceinentB,
>E, C OW 4 HON
QREAT REDUCTION IN
:T Gold and Silver Watche
Large aasortment for ladies end gentleni
At Prices-to Defy Competition.
For sale by
C. !P. BROWN
1207 MARKET BTRECT.
\%n
__ J08EPH H. SAGE,
i:tl8 Market Street.
, Agent tor tha Celebrated
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHIN
. CHI, Mead)* and Attachmenta lor all Idada at 1
I chini. All tn*kM ol Machine* repaired promi
| by a practical workman. aid
CR0CERIE8.
PANCAKE FLOUR I
. For sale by
THOBURN At BUO? J
Cor. Market axd Eleventh St. ~~
fe24 _ ^TSSt'vieqiiiia
honey. w
Fifty Uoxci Choice
WEST VIRGINIA HONEY, ?
.1 list rcccivcd by lii
fe24 _ THOBURN A BJIO.
Jos. Speidel & Co.,3
Ci
THE LEADING GROCERS. ^
W
| Largest and Best Assorted ?
Stock in the City.
lu
?? 8t
Cfe
Best Goods and Lowest Prices
foi
all
AT THE
lt)|
II
NEW| DOUBLE IRON FRONT
BUILDING. w
1416 Main & 1417 South Sis.
01
jalO Just opposite li. A: '). K. It. Di-pot.
QALIFOHMIA CANNED GOODS.
Froth Nfetarlnea, (.
Frwb Muscat Grape*,
(Fresh Apricots,
Fmh Kurtlett I'mn,
, l-'mh Qulncca. ^
To My they aia delicious, la hut faint praise*
_ Brery family should liavo a few cans for Christiana.
Rv J. SMYTH.
Ooriier Market and Fou(tcetitli.Ha.
' ? T~ Br
J^LDEN FRUIT. ?
reaches and Apple* cured by tin* A Men procew. w
Very line. For aale by 1Lf
I __de23 K. J. SMYTH. liC
! 0HEAP GROUERIKS? 2
VOU CAN BUY Hi
One lb. Ex. Young Hyson Ten for 40c. W
One lb. good Gunpowder Tea for 50c. H
One lh. best Gunpowder Tea for 96c. Ni
Ona lb. beat J a pad Tea for ,80c. &
One lb. rood Jaiun Tea for GOc. A1
Oue lb. beat Oolong Tea for We. Ik
One lb. good Oolong Tea for. fine. Hi
Twenty llalUco for ?l 00 CIi
PEA III. MEA1, CORN SYRUI*,
And all kintte of Grocerlc* at Um lowest market
prices, at M
J. W. BARTOK'S,
2351 and IL'JS Markkt Bt., Ckxtkk Wiikklisu. }:\
E ft
"Satin Gloss" Flour. 5
3 1
100 Bbls. Just Reccivod.
This Is the finest quality of Flour _
manufactured, and has all tha wholesome
and nutritious qualities of (he un- '
Q bolted Flour, combined with unequalled
8' A
whiteness and purity.
" List, Davenport & Parks, ,,
A
SOLE AGENTS.
3, nolo
M. REILLY,
rs Wholesale Grocer & Pork Packer, L
h'OB. 1809 d 1811 MAIN HT. A
<ytk))a Agant Dupont Powder Mill*.
g. pLOUR.
__ In Btore and arriving the following taforllfl brands
of Family and Faucr Flour, via:
I Ken Proccss, family; Ucllalre (Norton'*); ?joU _
Medal (Drone A Co.) fancy; Alr?hire'? No. l.A- 'a
M. REILLY. h
' TTTKI'INHD HUGAHH. g
A lull lino, embracing Crunhed, Powdered, (J ran- ^
ulated, Block ami tbu various grade* Cblwe and .j
Yellow Sugars. JuMt received ami lor kiI? l>y >
M. REILLY.
XTEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MO- G
( 1M LASdEiS.
1 havonowlnatockafulljupplyofMrictly prime Louisiana
tiuear and prim* to choice Molu.*sr>. In- r
ducomenta ottered to ptircliaacrs who may want to 11
buy In lota. M. RK1LLY. piSH.
0
Prince (iftoree's Codl'uh.
Boneless Codtlsh in boxes.
Labrador Herring in Barrels ami Halves.
Round Herring In Barrel* and Halves.
' Nob. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel In Halves and Kite. cl
Lake Herring and White-fish In Ilfll vi s. in
Just received and for ssle ?.y M. REILLY. ti
(SUNDRIES. {J
In store at all tinicalnllllnc^of Greennml Roast- li
?1 Collets, (ioldenjiyrups, Vltginia and Kentucky f?
and I wist Tobacco*. l)iU, Bacon (uijrown
curing), Lard, Tea* all stylo* and kind*, Canned ti
Goods. 1'lcklcs, UoapH, Kod?, Oroocr'g I'nign, Ac., u:
Ac., which I otl'or to the trade nt lowest market cl
prici*.
, fe2S M. BEILLY. ic<
.nt i u
MARRIAGE - ; :
niBinc^?it* bbu*-?, io
UOIUC&^:,t,i:i::-';:f
^ truly hippylntlir marriot illation. .Mule and iVrutlr, '
jouiqf mill middle ?|rd tbuuid Had aid pn .rrvu tl i it H
K'uuln* luforronlon, vUlili noon* mn ait >r.i to r,. with- us
i.utj uu how to ptrmrrro the health. <! romplraiun. mut b.
riwto fadjd chrcka (ho trnhnna ol youthi tho t? >( and r
oalv troe MarriaMQuid* in Urn Prim Mctnia
byMalt. Tbo uthor m?jr b? comuli'^1 t*r. nallyofby tl
mallo|^nv onh?i?ubtrcu inflrti?ii?ll" hNnutk.Addn.a T;
l)t. A. Q. OLTK, 187 \V xklugkm ?u, dilcy, x.;.
J M. 1IA.WLEY, ^ j|
|i, CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER
AND BUILDER.
Special attention giveu to IlootiuK and re- i
pairing of Roof/i of nil kind*. J
AGENT FOR METZ'S SASH LOCK.
All work doue when promised. {
Ofllce?i>30 MaRKKT St., nbov?: Market J;
House. Residence, 61 Fifteenth Street. k
[no jftio WngKLrso, W. Va. ;
JUST BECF.IVED-AKOTnF.lt I.OT Of *
= DIRT BARROWS. \
The price puts them within the reach ot every- i
8 body that baa um fori Wheelbarrow.
I bare aiaoon hand a No. 1 liKAVY WAOON, J
suitable for haullnn Ph; Metal, Iron or Stone. Thla
Wagon waa made by ono of our best ritr makers
PD, W I" otoed ?t a itry low price. Call ana sen it.
.JACOB 8NYDEB, I
tl
1405 MAIN HTKEET. tl
noflO
, MARRIAGE i !
SECRETS,(
wwaa ww >,Taal(yftrtn.)iow:orur?
all Mud riilmjH. with kwirttnia ol valuabla m*eip<i,
hoifiould Iimrry.tiir lii.P?>l ir??jU * U'?rr;?jr.th*ir na- J
lur? aud nit*. Trrtti on all I ?!? ?. toll* ??{'aimnj tV.. T
rauara. yinptoma and mraiialo run-lit la ilia only r*ally ?
? ic.rnttAc workotlhr kind ewp'ibinhad. and iiconipWfa r
inmryrrtptri. 8?ila?airriy aml*lon rwrlntot iu rt?. a
Addtraa. J?r. C. A. ll<'iu>N*N. Cii Auxiu Jmu ?ut*t, d
Kt.L0ula.Xo. Batabllah*! in l*g.
IE. JINVELOrES- C
A rood HMOrtraiint lor wUij che?p nt the b
M INTELLIGENCEB OFFICE,
?-??????
TRANSPORTATION.
JALTIMOBE A OIUO BAILBOAD.
Si||MgpMBM^6
in and ?tt? J"""!? '^^T!d'Tu**'rnl1'
isc. *& *?
iSffiK ?:M *f> H ??
'".7 7:0 A
3853== $ : *> ??
uriliuburg- 6:20 1 ?;*j
Hib'tuu Uty I ?10 Jff*
.lliuior - -I WJO | Ut?
OUdelphU- I ki?\
?w York ?l *?l I
u?nr gxctpt a"P'Uy.
No. 7 ?toiw at *11 Htatiuus Iwtwoen Whirling tud
rmbeinl No:? Hop. ?t HI
heeling u?d Ural ton; So, 5 m?kei direct connco
in* lor #11 polnu Houlh. ?
~ wwtuouwd. 1 Ho. 8. Mo.2?* .Hd.10.
b^uns 4iiw.ii w?m>.
lfcMPH t:M "
I SO" !?.? " lM "
!*Kk..._. t;J0"
lurnbui ? |Q(80
ndtukjr iT&k.
iyton.... ' ? | tO:ABJU?s.
?;r"v,(l 7:46p.m.
ulMllle... !m??I llwN'c
te*
nil Jioint* h'outli*ndboulh*w, ?* ? k
l<olutH West nud Nortuwwt. HjJtlmom
?SSCSiK^?>WHEELING.
I'lTTS. A BALTIMORE DIV.
tl?pl 8uml?J. I &? ??
Ticket* to nil print lj?l polnti on aal? at Dvpot.
ili-u opeu at all houradurln# the day.
THttJ. B. 8HAHl\
Master of TrauiiKirtAtlun.
It T. DEVK1EB, ftt-n'l Agent. ' S
1 LEV ELAND A FJTIBBUBGH KAILUOAU
; COSllJiXSKD TIMS CALL.
On and alter December 4, 187G, Train, mil ruu
n.r. (iio.piHiimlay,) u followa, Tlx:
ac < ??**<>. | mail. KXrMldfe
I.ttAVH
"ulnu 6:65 a. m. 10:80 a. n. 8.00 p. u
idgeport 0:03 11:00 " 8:10 ?
irtln'e Ferry... 0:13 " 11:08 M 817
grange. 0:48 " ll:do " 3-M
rabviirille* 7:06 ' 12:00 p.m. <08 ..
elifYlUe 8:20 " 1:83 ? 5:60
ichwlrr tybO ' 2:30 ' 6:40 ?
ATKIVI.
ttal.irgb 10:83 " 8:40 " 7:4j ?
toon i...... 6:66 P.m. V:40 ? 12:15 a. m
trrlBl.urg 11:05 " 2:40A.m. 3:M
Jtliuore.. 7.45 (,
iwhington j'jj ..
liladeiphu....... 8:i0 a. u, 7:00 7J5
swYork. 0:15 iaco " 1036 ?'
?t0" - Wf. M 8 40 P.M.
Iltamo...... 11-28 " 6:15 f. M
u*Ul a. 1:26 " 0:08 "
i"1H-.U 1:55 0:83 "
fvekniL. ?.. 8:10 M 7:35
Wayne 12:01 a.m. 3:S0a.m
ilcago...? _7:H(L" ,J:'M "
Accommoilation Train loam Hcllalre at 4:40 p m
<1 nrrlvw at hu-ubcnvillo at G:15 p. u.
1a1 acrorawodatlon tralne Irare I'llUita at
X) a.*, ami 12:50 p. m.; Bridgeport 10:06 a.m. ami
*6r.M.; arrive ut Murtln'a Ferry 10:16 A.M. aud
15 p. u. licturnlng leave Martin'* Ferry at 11:80
m. 11ml 3::o p. u.: Krl<lj{oport,ll:40 A. m. ami .i:S0
m.; arrlro at Ikilatro at 11:65 A. M. and 3:4'. p. u
Ticket* to all principal polnta In the Kaat nud
?t can 1# procured at the Union Tickct Ortin?
i.uru noose, wit'i at lilt) aiuilou at Bridgeport.
F. 11. MYEHS,
<!? ? tlencral Pm?ngcr and Ticket Agent.
JITTHBUBGU, CINCINNATI & HT. LOUIS
KAIL W A t?I'A X-UA NDI.E &0 UTK
asapas
The Direct Line to the Northwest, We?t and
Southwest.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Taking effect November 26th, 1876.
i.< t'u II'<tl nrnl tout!4 (vm Coiumim*.)
Font Line. Pao1! Ex. Acouut *n.
"v Pittsburgh... 11:20 p.m. 8:30 n.m. 8:40 p.m.
Htcubonvillc.. 12:53 n.m. 10:07 " 6:10 '
Denninon 2:80 " 11:58 14 8:80 "
Newark 4:15 " 2:20 p.m.
Columbus?.. 6:05 " 8.50 " 10.15 u.m.
'T Loudon.- 7:01 4:43 " 11:11 ?
Xenla. 8:05 ' 6:42 " 12J0 p.m.
Dayton 7:30 " 1:85 '
Cincinnati 10:65 a.m. 8:00 " 3:15 "
Loularlllo., 12:55 ?.m._ 7:15 "
Tilth' Wat and toutU (via Zaneavlllc.)
tb Zanearillo.,.1 8:30 a.m. 8:10 p.m ?
ve l?ancniter ...10:15 * 6:14 "
Clrclcvill?...| 11:15 ' &15 " 6:10 n.il.
Wnshlngt'n|l&27 j>.m 7:16 "
W'ilmlngt'nl 1:22 " 8:10 "
Morrow 2:10 " 0:01 "
Cincinnati ..| 4:fll " iQ:,yi ?>
To t>f MV 'i c.:nt Ai.tr/iuvjf (via Culumimn.)
Past I ml. I'ac. Chic
I.iue Kx. Ex. Ex.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
PUTO Columbus 0:05 10:15 8:60 6:40
rive Urbana 7:40 6:45 7:40
Plqua. .; 8:36 6:38 9:US
P. M.
lUchmontL 10:26 3:40 8:35
1>. w.
Indianapolis. 12:40 G.W 11:25
A.M.
St. Louis 8:45 8:80 A. w.
Logansj'ort 2:26 3.05 3:05
Chicago., 7:40 7:60 7.50
?0*PulIman Drawing Boom and Bleeping Urn
om Btcubcnvlllo and Columbua througu u-u/wut
'.any, to Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis and
U Louis, and (ruin Coiumbtu to Chicago.
Tho pleasure aocker or tboso seeking 2fom$ t\*
I'uf, sriotihl call on or address tho undersigned loi
trough time tables, maps, land circulars aud lux ler
Information.
W. L. O'BRIEN,
on'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, No. 2l!> if irIi
street, Coluiuhus, Ohio. Ja25
JIO CAPITALISTS
ir Parties of Small Means Oeslroua of
Engaging In Brape Growing,
Coal MInlngor Market
Gardening.
account "1 advanced age 1 am desirous ot
langing my residence, and therefore offer for sulu
iy furui situated opposite tho city of Wheeling, ou
10 river bauk, midway between Bridgeport and
iartla'a Ferry, and immodlately adjoining tho vilgo
ol JKtuavlllo. Tho property consists oi CO
:rea of hill and table land and 1& of river bottom,
i the bill there aro two neaui* of coal, 5>{ and 8k
<>t Ihlfk. lhrwiili>ni*Ht? ?' -- >
. in of close tcxturi) nind or freostouo, an 18 loot
In uf marl, which altogether make u soil and mi
nderlylns bed of depodt* of a rich and valuable
innxctcr.
Oh tho surface, the larger portion ol which lira
Titly sloping to tho cant, and ull under direct exwuro
to the nun, Is n Vinevard of 86 acres, mostly
Jtawlo grapes, aU In fln? bearing condition, about
ven rears old, which baa proven itself atilu to pay
handsome per cent to tho cultivator.
Tho property is being approached above and l>oiw
by an advancing tide of peraona seeking arnal!
amoateads, and la now really tho only unoccupied
rrltory between Bridgeport and Martln'a Ferry.
. Is valuable as an Investment for capital seeking h
ife purchase, and valuable to those wno w*ut Buret
gardening ground close to the city. It front*
eautifully upon tho river nnd command! a *lewof
io city, the Island and tho whole acenwy of tho
alley.
The terma of rale will bo one-third cash, balanro
i two annual payments, 8 per cent interest on de. rred
payments. For further partlculan Inquire
f RIC1IAKD CRAWFORD
On tho prcmleea, or by mall at Bridgeport, Ohio.
J*
DR. BUTTS'
dispensary i^5s?arThirty
ysraespcrienc* In the trt atmeni of Sexual and
Jhronio Ducat" a#xr?.
sfafiftel ,,p* H'Trvnarrlagefliild*.
L A Physiological Vlow cfMirrlw
f> *?v M^y forCtrmarrK-U and tlmac conUmplallci;
JTTKTiV marriage, on the myitrrira of it product
i'"i ">! tho trcrrt luflrniitlnot youth,
mnlio?lmulwomanhood AnHliutratnlbookotltfOiwsM,
if rrnitux. vrlile-h ?!iuuld hfl kept uiulcr lock ami
v. > 'i! un.J. r ji f.ir.Vlct*.
A l'RIVATE M EDICAL TREATISE on ill ditw^t
f aPrlvnto Nature In both aura, tin' abtiKi and di?ulrrtol(h?iniul
?yitem, mil thf lll'ana<iCUrr.LVjpmrt
i in emrravttiga, ?.-nt uiulrtmtl ti>rl!3m.
MEDICAL ADVICE on Meiualand Chrnnle Illmw,
'iiilnal >Yeaknc?s, Catarrh, Canrcr,ltuptnrv,thcUpmm
Utiit, *c., a SO pace work ?"tit under ?eal for 10 cu. AU
hrco booka cmiclnlng lOO p,n;ca amtnrrTiiiliii worth
no* log on the lubjert, uont aoouroly aoalcd on r?elpt
of CO eta. AiMrm, Dr. Butfs' Ditpensary,
10.12 N. Oth st., St. Louia, Mo. Imj.J
DH1LLIP BRAILLY,
XJ3STDERT-a.K:E^,
No. 1140 Mais 8t., Hoksbsook's Block,
fakra a specialty of hli PATENT METALLIC
UKNKRS for Caskets. Tho advantage derived
om this patent is that they allow an expansion of
he wood in tho casket, but prevent it from falllnic
[art, so that in case of a removal tho Casket will
i1 found entire, instead of in pieces, si it soon
ould be without tho use of the ''Corners." Orders
ir funerals promptly attended to. auB
^ HTEINMETZ,
U.
Psper Box Mmufioturtr,
loo. 1211 and 1213 Main Btmt, np itain (old
inlon linll), Is now prepared to make all kinds of
ancy and Plain ft??* Boxea in u good style and
i as low prirva as any house in the country, Oreo
from the country promptly attended to. Ja20
1ATIN OLOSd FLOUR.
Another lot cf this celebrated Family Flour, the
est In tho market, Joat remised by
Llfjr, DAVKNPOKT ft 1'lRKfl.

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