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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
By vail, to adtxaur, pottage prepaid.
On* yew M 001 Three months. fl <*'
Mi montha- 4 CO | One month- " '>
i >fliTtn<d Jjy ttrricra In City 15c per week.
NOMVJKUilA.
By inail, to a&anae, pcilagt prrjrtd.
Uni year.,..** ?....W 001 Bix month* U "0
WEEKLY.
By mail, to advance, jcttage prepaid.
'Jno y?ur f 1 601 Blx montha.. ..... II 00 |
In Clube of Five ? ?] * ? ?!>
Id Club* of Ten J <? ,
Id Cluba of Twenty.. 1
And an extra copy to pcraon letting up Club. |
TTba aliote nrlcta are in rariabla. Remit at t
our riak, In Draft* or PwtoflW* Money Ordera.and (
whero neither of thwe ran U? procured, eenu the
money in a Keglatcrcd letter.
' tim INTELLUmMKiTolli piwul dally tbo (
newa In all department!, from all quaitera of '
* the world, aj well aa a complete record of local <
QTCDU.
TUB WEEKLY la printed on Thuraday.and can ,
bo bad at U>c counter, in paid onTclopaajvad jr :
for mailing. a copy to abwofiitndt
and rtlai ?? vlth ?IWI /raw home! )
SUIWCKIKKIW.-Peraoni deatrlng to bare the )
Daily iNTELi.iuajcluileft regularly at their ,
rcMem" la the city and auhurt*. can be ,
Kircd by leaving their addreai at Counting I
Itoom, or l>y drop letter through the poatolflro. I
TO < ONTRlRUTORi?.?So attention will be paid t
m anonymous communication*; every article j
muit 1h> accompanied by the writer's real name ,
aud add row.
Buiintu fallen for ut should be add/ejteJ "Frets i
U Oanipt?U," ami thould to no tiue It uddteutd to \
either individual number cf tho firm'by name. 1
ifojMdtytvm'. I
I'BaV HTIIIIV IU ? (. ??
raiivnt * EillSEn
Oliver P., lie worked, tou see, !
On "le*al Krounda" lor Hayes:?
Zjck and ltoscoe?Jim Blaine, loo,? '
And they worked In darksome wajra.
They seated Hayes, that "easy" tnau,
The man they thought to govern;
Hut, aad for them, though very bland,
lie proved, toe, "amiably stubborn."
llayea picked hla cabinet, and tent It In;
For hll"makers" not a ainglc position!;
"lisuui It," aaya Jim. "let Kellogg In,
Or this thlngVbold usurpation."
Then ItoKM arose, and "eat on" Jim Blilne;
He aaw how the tide vraa running.
Tllden'a retired, but"Boform," 'tis plain,
Is truuipa fot four year* coming.
, t
iKinaNMM or noouv.
Moody's Sccrct ol Mnatvry.
La Roy Sunderland, the now aged
mesmerist ol 30 years ago, writes to the
UoBton CommonvxaUh from his home in
Quincy a singular, suggestive letter about
Mr, Moody's power. lie says the Harao
forces in the human mind cause in one
caao pathetism, in another, the so-called
conversion. In these excitements, masses
of mind become plastic, and are shaped
by the dominant mind; and the shape
frequently lasts through life. "In such
casea the mind is incapacitated for discriminating
between truth and error;
and least of all, are they in aoondition to
understand the raentrl machinery by
which they have been operated upon.
They readily believe in the mystical, and,
if told that (Sod or a dead man did the
woric.iney oeneveit." This Mr.Hunder- 1
land knows frern his own experience in :
lecturing on "pathetism,"as he calls the
science of his own extraordinary power, 1
and he wya; "Moody is everlastingly *
drilling his audiences on faith, the power (
of which I admit, far beyond anything he
has ever seen or lelt. In regard to the 1
lact, the anatomy and the power of faith, H
I cannot justly be considered bo *
much of an 'infidel' as Mr. Moody in' t
himself. 1 show him a timid body, entranced
by faith in pathetism or the
lecturer, when she holds a lighted candle *
in each hand, in a state of insensibility 1
to pain, during a surgical operation per- "
tormed upon her person. A thousand in I
the audionce watch the candle, and the
doctorti who liold her pulse all agree that ?
her muscles and pulse never changed. '(
Mr. Moody is prone to speak of his cases,
but ho nevor, no, never! has reported a 1
case of faith bo demonstrative as that. v
And I know very well Why he is un- c
willing to allow me the opportunity to
explain or to demonstrate by actual ex- .
periment in any meeting of his'converts 1
what faith is, nor to give them any account
of the humorous cases of its won- a
derful power I have witnessed, so very 1
far above anything ever Been in his revi- t
vals. And the more candid I am in my H
ntatements the more unwilling Mr. ^
Moody is to have his converts hear them. (
And that unwillingness is a peg he cannot j
hide, and on it inauy a doubt will be >
hung I" _ J
1 Hurvest ol Heresy Predicted. 1
l From the Christian Bolster.]
For a time, it may seem, on the surface j
that evangelicalism is making great gains, t
The tabernacle, dedicated by thousands t
of church-members, a majority of whom i
dishonestly repudiated the promises by (
which they obtained their tickets, may
resound with proclamations of the worthlessness
of honor, truthfulness, justice .
and other mere moralities, and throngs ,
may unite in singing tho "dead linens" of .
hman duty; but this is the last quarter of j
the 10th century, and hundreds ol intel- \
ligent and independent young men and
women of your own communions are (
looking on thoughtfully to see modern t
orthodoxy illustrated and enforced. If 1
puerile argument*, mediieral the- 1
ology and grolcsquo perversions of !
the well-known meaning of scrip- (
tare can break down liberal Chris- r
tianity, tho sooner it is broken v
down the better. But there is to be an s
end of this agitation; a reaction from this i
excitement; a calm review of imagined ;
gains nnd ascertained losses. Go on with
tliu depreciation of good characters, the
declaration that nnbelief is worso than
wickedness, the boasts of a monopoly of
divine favor, the "conversions" of little
children and members! of iniant elates by
your accredited representatives. Let the
secular press send the notable samples of (
orthodox logic, rhetoric and exegesis into j
every New England home, if there iff (
not to be a largo harvest of heresy,sooner. t
or later, wo are ignorant of the spirit of i
the age, and blind to the signs of the ?
times. i
.Murray Doesu't H aul IloyN Itcvl- i
vuli/.cil. i
I do not think boys should be anything (
hut boys. A boy ought not to havo any |
head; his father and mother ought to be \
head for the first dozen or fifteen yoars of <
his life. He has no groftt development of (
spiritual Ufa, and, consequently, cannot J
comprehend spiritual growth, and if he is <
sufficiently developed to know the differ- '
once between right doing and wrong doing;
if ho is sufficiently developed to
know that it is right for him to go to .
school, and wrong for him not to go to
school; right for him to speak tho truth,
and wrong for him not to speak the truth; i
rigkt for him to go to bed at half-past 7 t
o'clock in the evening, and 10 get up at 7 <
o'clock in the morning; that it is right to
forgive Jimmy Jones, who has strnck '
him; and wrong to throw a stone at him 1
round tho corner the first chance he gets, \
?if he can be got to understand these !
rudiments of spritual life, he will 1
understand all the Lord expects of
him at hit age. The best person
to teach him to pray is his mother;
there is no doubt aoouf that. Neither
Mr. Moody nor Mr. Sankey can teach a
lloaton boy how to pray like his own
mother. Mr. Moody's Innuiry meeting
is no place for your boy. It ia a liot-bei
of spiritualism, and tho boya who attend
these meetings will, I suspect, be the
worst boya in the city ten years from
now, unlesH God intervenes to save them.
. They are being fed with auch rich food
that they will dislike tho taste of it in ten
They ure being developed by the
high prmuro system, and they will bo
the hardest class that the ministers have
to reach m a few yeara. They will bo of ;
the kind who will ?ay wheu Bpoken to ;
upon tho subject of religion; "O. I was
converted when Moody was here; I know
all about it. The hardest class of i
young men of which I have any knowl
ia steady. The mgtr market continue!
dull, aud prices favoring buvere. New Or1
leans molaueiin goodaupply, bat prices for i
good unfennenting qualities are better. ,
I Our quotations ore: Coffee*? Good Rio i
quoted at 22c; prime 2Sc; choice 24c. Java I
32c; best roasted 29} yellow Rio 25c. Syrupt ,
?Common 48a50c. prime 55afl0c; New Or- ,
leans Molasses, choice 60c. Nuaun?Relined,
hards crushed 12J<c; powuered and \
granulated 12>fa A. Coffee 12cr 11 ll&c; ,
extra C HHc; commercial A Sugar 12c;
| commercial 0 ll^c; commercial 0 lli^c;
yellow 11c. IHet? Carolina r?Xa6c; Now <
Orleans fully fair &Hc; prime yj$o{" choice ;
10c.
FlATlIKBS?Dull; live geese, COaCOc. |
Fruit?Oranges plenty ?t $8 00 hbl.; ,
per box-$ 1 AO. Lemons nt $4 75 box.
FLOVlt?There 1a an easier feeling, in
sympathy with the decline in wheat, but
there hus been no reduction in prices.
It appears to be pretty generally couceded
that ;tlie (supply of good hard wheat, is ,
comparatively light: and this being the
case, standard brands of flour arc still held |
with considerable tenacity. ' We continue ]
to quote In a jobbing way as follows: ]
Fancy brands 0 OOjftlO 00 i
Piafly.*....M?...?~. 7 od^H oo ]
Super....... ... n 60
Ws====== 11 a i
Buckwheat Flour 7 U0&7 50 .
'Funs?We tukc the following quotations 1
from a oircular lafeued by 8. llorkhcimcr 1
& Co.: Mink, 10c a$l 5u; muakrat, 3al8c; <
ruccoon, 5a80c;. skunk; lOattOc; grey.fox,
$1 25al 50; red fox, 75o n$l 25; otter, $.'? 00 '
a(J 00; opossum, 10al5c; wild cat, 40a50c; 1
house cat, 5al5c; sheep pelts, 20c a$l 00. '
Qinsrno?More active at 80ai)0c.
Grain*?Trade is rnther quiet in grain
circles, with a generally steady feeling.
We quote Whrai at $1 35al 45; Corn, 40u ]
45c; Oats, 30a33c? Rye, 50c; Jlarlet/, 80c. ^
IlAT?There is no change in this mar- ]
ket. Loose is selling at$10a12 per ton. t
Nails?The following are the enrd rates: <
Nails, Bradii and" Fencing?10 to 60d $2 85:11
edge Are ibout 20 jeftriot age, who know
all about it. Tliej will take all the
preaching ?njr doctor o( divinity can
giVe them in a life-lime and itot be moved
by it; and unleu * Home loved one is
truck down at their aide or some euch
thing intervene!, the/ will become hardened
baokilidern.
TUK OU1U1N or MAM.
An Kill* Hlrret InUnt'n Theory
ol Kvelntln,
[San FrtadKO Chronicle.]
One of the delightful days of list week
% young lady, well known in the exclu*
live clrclcs of San Erancisco society for
unrivaled personal charms and elegance
of accomplishments, wu? driven around
to make a congratulatory call upon a
married lady friend who was happily
convalescing from that occaaional sacred
svent in the lives of wedded ladle*,
which, far from being a sickness, In the
perfect culmination of their haalth. She
waa shown into the parlor, and for tho
few minutes required to arrange.(ot* this
reception in that room whore mother aud
child were doing as well as could be ex*
pected, was left'with no other to enter*
Lain her thah the only son and heir of
the house, Master Charles, then in hi*
fourth aear. But Charles was fully equal
to the situation, and promises to grow up
into an ornament of society that will
never be abashed by beauty, however
brilliant, into the painful negative of "no
COliVprnatinn." Altar nm?
preliminary remarks, Muter Charles
approached nearer the visitor and, lowering
hi* tune into the confidential, asked
:
"Mis* , oo dot a baby ?"
The voting landy gave one swift glance
irournl to assure herself there wan no
>ther hearer of this pertinent question,
md replied:
"No, Charlie, dear, I have not."
"And did oo never have a baby ?"
In Hpite of the youth of her eager interocutor
her handsome eyes drooped before
lis ingenuous gaze, and her pretty face
lushed as she replied:
"No, Charlie, I never did. la not thU
i beautiful day ?"
"And ain't oo never doin to havo no
jaby?" persisted Charlie declining to enter
m the tempting conversational sidetrack
>( the weather.
'My hoy. I can't tell. Tell we all the
muicl'df whom all these arc the photo[rajiha."
"And don't oo want a baby?"
"Why, Charlie, what a close questioner
poll are. If vou are not careful you will
{row into one of those newspaper inter*
ricwers, and then what will your poor
uainma think of you?"
"Because," continued Charlie, utterly
refusing to be switched off, "I know
vhere oo tan dit one. The doctor brought
ny mamma one, and he keerth them in
lith otlith. You jutli do down Ellitli
htreet to Martet thtreet, and den oo do
lown Martet thtreet toTarney thtreet,
ind den oo do down Tarney thtreet ever
,ho far, and den oo do up a lot of thairth
ind thath where he teeps 'em. And
hey're awful cheap, too. My papa
:iathn,t paid for my mamma's baby yet,
nit heth doin' to."
"Well, Charlie, I'ui sure I'm much
jbliged to you for your full directions,
ind I'll know just where to go."
"On, Mith , oo needn't do. I'll
eH my papa jutli ath thoonathever he
lima home that oo want a baby and he'll
let one for oo, and?."
That young lady seized that little boy
ty his two shoulders, and, leaning over
o ua to look full into his eyes, she said I
vith an impressiveness lent by audden
error: '
"See here, Charlie, listen to me. I
lon't want any baby yet, and if you ever
ay anything about it to your papa I'll
lever like you any more at all, at all,
ieverj never, never. Now, will you
iromise 'Pf
"Well, if oo don't want a baby I won't;
nit I t'ot everybody liked to have bab
eui. I uo."
The interview wa? here terminated by
ta entrance of a servant to usher the ;
initor into the presence of the convaleB- '
ent lady.
Not to the Hun iter Horn.
From thp Detroit Frew Press.)
Authors who have been in Australia,
itul have written descriptions of the
loomerang, hail better keep clear of Deroit.
A Detroit hoy ot fourteen contructed
one of those weapon* the other
lay after a minute description in n book
if adventure. The book said that the
>ootuerang would return and fall at hia
act, ready for a lecond throw, anil he
oleinnly believed it would. He armed
limnelf and went into the back yard to
practice, and he wan carried into the
louse by the servant girl and a house
lainter, his nose being hmashed flat, and
lis front teeth shaky. The boomerang
lidn't drop at hia feet, either because it
vasn't a good day for boomerangs, or be:auae
the boy wasn't born in Australia.
"WIto* u* Tliey Merer
Susan H. Anthony may appeal to women
o insist upon equal rights and privileges
vith men. Yet she must not become im*
latient, or forget that "large bodies move
ilowly." It ia but a few years since wives
vere little better than slavcfc, whilo to-tfay
vealth aud ^cienco vie witli each other in
toing woman's service and seeking to bet*
er her condition. Many diseases that have
lithcrto cursed her existence nru by the
tso of Dr. Pierce's Favorit? Prescription
eadily cured. Her property in most of
he states is now secured to her against the
lebts of her husband. And as water never
est* until it finds its level, so the rights of
t'onian will, if neoManw. niMtntn tliom.
elves until every point in gained, and every
inference equitably adjusted.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Wheeling Wholesale Market.
OtfKiCK Daily Intbluqkncbr, [
Wednesday, March 14. J
There is a better feeling being devcliped
in commercial circles. The marcel
for grain uud Hour is easier, in toue,
tud dull, although as yet there has
tot been a decline in breadstuff* in our
narket. The hog products coutlnues slug*
;ish, and prices atrll favor the buyer, in
egartl to groceries, there is aotliingparicularly
new to record; there has been no
hange of any consequenco in values
luring the past week. Trado in produce
sircles coutinues^to improve slowly.
Aitlks?The arrivals are suflicient to
ceen up the supply, as the demand continles
light, but there has been some improveneutin
prices. Quoted at $1 -5aI 50.
Bdttbu?{There has been no particular
hange in the position of the market since
Mir last general report. Thero is a steady
lctnand for strictly prime table butter,
which i? in light supply. We quote at
20a28e. .
Ha kino PoWDRlt?35a30c per lb.
liROOMS?Fancy, $2 00a2 25a3 00; plain
$1 75a2 50
Bkkswax?25a28c.
Canned Goods?Dealers report a toleriblefair
trade. Quotations: Peaches, 3 lb
?ans per dozen, $2 15; 2 lb cam, $1 65; 3 lb
?uns tomatoes, $2; 2 lb cans tomatoes.$l 50;
Winslow corn, 2 lb cans, $2 10; sweet corn,
^190; common corn, $l 65; strawberries,
2 lb fans, $1 75; blackberries. 2 lb
jans, $1 50; raspberries, 2 lb cam, $2 00;
itlums, 2 lb cans, $175; lima beans, 2 lb caiiB,
fcl 75; cove oysters, 1 lb cans, 95; 2 lb
cans $1 75.
Coal?Per 100 bushels, $6 C0a7 00.
CiiBKSB?The trade contiuues rather
light, but prices are firm under the strength
of holders at the sources of supply. Receipts
are very light, as they have b'een for
the past month. Prime Ohio factory 15)^c;
New York do. 16c.
Diukd FitriT?There is scarcely enough
movement to establish quotations. Apples
quoted at 3>?alc; Peacnes llo for miiod;
He for prime halves. Other quotations:
Prunes, 8c; Currants, 7J$e; Raisins, new,
$2 10; Valencia, new, 10c.
Eogs?With a. steady demand and diminished
receipts, a stronger feeling has
been developed within the past day or two,
FMrlyquoUbl.nt ISKhjS '
Fun?'There is a fair trade reported. Quotations:
For packages containing 100 lbs of
sound fish; light weight and inferior quality
at prices to correspond: Catfish,
boneless cod 7c. Lake herring; new $2 25.
White Fish, $6 50. Half bbls. Ifo. S mackerel
$5 00; No. 2, $5 50.
Gboceiubs?The general coffee market
8<1 and Ud $310; 04 an<) 7d $3 35; 4 J and 5<t i
$3 GO; 3d $4 35; 2d $5 (W; Barrel-,7* ln.$5 85; ]
I in. $5 35;Hi in. $1 GO; \\i in. $4 33; 1?*' ,
io. $3 85; 1J* in. *3 GO; Fiulihlng-1 in. j
$7 85;\M in. $G 85; Itf in. $4 85; 2 in. *4 GO; (
2K in. $1 85;8 in. $110; Caslug-*10d to 80d |
$3 GO; 8d $3 85; Gd (4 10; 4d $-1 35; Fine ,
BluW?Id $1 GO; 3d $5 85; 2d $0 60; Lining 1
NailH?in. $7 35; Tobacco llbd?fid anil
7d $3 85; 8d $3 GO; Clinch Nails?all sixes
$1 GO; Cut Spikes?all sizes $3 10; Bout
tipiks, cut?$3 GO.
Onions?There is more inquiry, and the t
supply is small, hut quotations remain at j
$350a4 00 per barrel.
Oii-s?Carbon, lite per gallon; miners G8c. $
"Potatoss?The market is firmer, and t
holders generally appear coulident of (
being able to "obtaiu an advance be- t
fore long. . Prices nrequotably in a jobbing ,
way nt$l 15al25 per bushel, the outside ;
figure for Peach blows. Eastern Sweets, ,
$5 50 per barrel. I
PitovimoNS?1The hog product is quot- ?
ably JVu^o lower. Trade continues y
sluggish: buyers, apprehensive of a further
depreciation, nre buying very sparingly,
and it is probable they will adhere closely
to this policy, until well satisfied that hard
pan has been reached. Quotations: Mess c
Pork?$18 00. Bacon?New bacon now t
ready; shoulders 8c; hams 13c; breakfast (
bacon 13c; clear sides 10H cents. New ?
Lord?Butchers lO&e; fancy oity 11%o. d
Bkeds?Timothy seed, $2 15a2 25 per $
bush.; clover nominal.
Sai.t?Per barrel^ $125. f
onunu mini i?i ci uurri'i, p^uiu. , j
Wool?The mnrket i? firm: 40n43c for
choice 'washed, and one-third of! for tin* f
miis hed.
Wheeling Family Market.
MEAT AND PO0LTKV. )
I1KKV. PO*K i
Round, lb I2*al5 (Halt ...- I'-'Jtf 5
Ituuip ~lUul2*i Frtih Mrak l'& "
Loin 15 Koaat .. l-.'H J
Porter-house.;...... 15 Hun. in $
Koatt 12^ Haw, aliced - 2u *
rftew 8 tiausagea 15
Corned 10 Laid 15
Dried 'JO V It At.. V
rougUO 50aC0 Cutlets...^ 15
Iripe. .. 75 lluasl...._ I2tf
Liver _ 5 tjtew - 10
fallow ~ 8 TOULTBY.
mltion. Chickens....- Jt0a40
Chops. ... 20 Turkeys, per lb 12#
Hind quarter 12# Ducks..., - 12><
Fore quarter 10 Geese ? 7n8
Lamb, hlxtQ quir.. 12% Chickens 10412% '
Lamb, forequar... 15 l
FISH.
Mackerel, each.... Sal5 Lobsters 20
Herrings, dor 25 OysteVs.half cnu.?20a:H
Perch, string....... 25 Oyiters, tier quart25a:n
Coil io ctaur.M..? - m
Salmon, lb ...... 15
OROCKRIR9.
Butter, lb........ .30135 Citruu 40 <
Cheeac. lb I7al8 Ilaisins 12%al5 ?
lias, uos. I2)(al5 Eng. Curnints 8al0 r
Milk, qt .. SalO Prunes 10 .
tka. Vinegar, gal IlSalO I
Green, lb 35ci$l 00 Cider 10aW
Eng. brcakfast...-40a80 Pickles 10
Oolong HOa'JO Crackers, lb ,10nl2
Japan JOaSO Laundry ?tarch.,....J!al0
cokkkk. Cranberries.pr qt 10al2>4
Java...... n0ti35 Navy Beans JO '
Bio 22a 25 ca.hdi.ks?
8U0AH. tiporm -25o30 u
(IbaforSiOO. Coiunlon mold 15 ?
Block, lb- 7 Hal-soda 5 *
Crushed, lb 7 SOAP? <
Pulverized. 1U --7 Hani 5
Granulated, It 7 Uouiiny, qt - 8
Brown, lb 1(U12 Beans, per qt....M JUlt)
Molasses, gal 75 Dried apples, per lb,.8
S/rup COal 00 Flour, aack....'J5ci$l 10
Maple lyrilp, per Cqrn meal, peck-.....20
quart |1 25al BO Buckwheat,per lb f.
Honey - .25 Bauer kraut, pr qr ..5<3
V K0KTAUI.K3 AMD GARDKX BAUCIS. ,
Potatooa,jieck.....JH)a35 Cabbages, nach ICa'Ji }
Hweet . peck.........GOa70 Turtlps. per ncdclfiaH) ;
Onions 40 Celorjr, buncu 5al0 .
Onions, now, pr bunch 5 Becta.per qr pecke.l5?20 1
Lettuce j>er " ',10 Parsnips, pr qrpeck...5 l
Greens?kale, pr J?pk 15 Carrots 6
Rhubarb, pr bunch-Sal0 "
raom. Kirn, ktc. i
Apples, peek Olala Walnuts, Eng'h... 23 I
Oranges, each....?. 3?5 Walnuts, Naples, 38 I
Oranges, doz ?23a40 Almonds,soft stjell, 1
Lemons, each SalO lb SO
Lemons, doz Jt0a40 Almonds, paper
Dates, lb 12a 15 shell ? ? 40
Figs-....; .....10a20 Peanuts, quart..? 10
Brazil Nut*, lb...- 20 Candles, assorted,
Pecan Nuts .... 20 lb - SO
FJKM.
Timothy, bualuS'J 75i3 W)|CloTcr, white COaCfl
lted-top 100 Canary seed, lb... 15
Clover, rod, lb 18 (Rape need 15
oils, ktc. r
Sperm, gal ft 00 Lin teed so 1
Whale 1 40 Burning tlukl 2.5
Paratflne......85 OOal! 50 Benzine 25
Kerosene /. 21 Alcohol .1 00
Turpeutlne 75 Carbon ittalO
Lard 75ca8l 00
BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Honey mill Stock.
Nkw YOrk, March 14.?MOSBY?Closes
easy at 2a.'l per cent. Prime mercantile i
patier 4a5 ner cent. Custom rccciots $258.
000. The Assistant Treasurer disbursed
$4i>,000. Clearings $2-1.000.000. Sterling
dull at 4.84n4.85?. * *=
UOLD^-Opened and closed nt 104%, with
sales in the interim at 10-1XA. Carrying
rates la.'! percout. Loans were also made
U at.
SlLVKR?At London 55K<1* Here silver
bars ar?$r24Ji greenbacks; $1 1% gold.
Silver coin )i per cent discount. ?
Govern ments?Steady.
Doited tttates 6a of 1881, couponi- ...lllfc FlTe-Twcntlea
(""") , ,
Five-Twenties (1865), new - 103H
Flre-Twentlea 11867) ?~...~.lll;li
F?T?-TweiiUee (1868).-........ .11894
New Fires .... ? 101^
New Four and a halfa ~..10.r?ji
Tea-fortlea ?... ~..10i??j
Ten-forties (coupons)..... -... ...111
Currency Blxog........ ~~......~123% .
Railroad Bonds?Generally firm on a
small business.
State Sbcuritiks?Quiet.
Stook^?Steady'to strong, without important
feature. The Union Pacific Bailroad
Company has declared u dividend of
two per cent, payable April 2d. The trans,
actions aggregated 143,000 shares, of which
9,600 were Pacific Mail, 2(1,000 Western
Union, 3,000 Erie. 35,000 Lake Shore, 4,000 New
York Centril, 48,000 Delaware, Lackawanna
?k Western, 3.000New Jersey Central,
4,000 Delaware ? Hudson Canal, and
7,000 A. A P. Telegraph.
Western Union. Wfc C. C. C A 9ft
Quicksilver ItiVJ New Jersey Cen..~. l?U
Quicksilver pfd...... 11.. Rock Inland ......10l?t,
Pacific MsU HU Paul 18't Marl
ran.... Bji St. Paul {.referred.. 4G7#
Mariposa preferred- ? Wabash ........ ft
Adams Exiirtaa...? 1CJ1 r Chicago * Alton ... 94
Wells. Plargo A Com- S?? Chl?# A Alton pfJ../IM
American 68 Fort Wajroa. ?>u^ Uult?xl
dutoa .. 41 Tens Haute.......... 'J
N. Y. Central . 97 Tene llante pfd.... 14
Erie... TV Ohio A MlailaaippL M
Erie preferred........ 17 Dels. A Lacka . 00'^
Harlain... A. A P. Telegraph*. "
Harlom preferred...Iwtf Missouri Pacific...... 1W
Michigan Central... 43W Indiana Central 102??
Panaiun? ..vn Burlington A Quin..l(r.!M
Union Pacific stuck. 71 H.ASuJoe... ~ llVJ
Lake Shore ?...81 Central Pae. bonda~ 10W 4 B
Illinois Central......; 61W Union Pacificb'tLu ..103?t PtUaburgh..
?jo Land Grants 100
Northweatern com. a."* Slnk'gFund...,. .~'X1
Northwestern pld? 83 J
Dry UoodN.
Nbw York, March 14.?Trade continues
slow with domestic commission houses, but
rather more active with jobbers. Cotton
good# quiet and unchanged. Prints quiet,
Richmond prints 7 cents in agents hands.
Dress goods in iair demand. Woolens Cor
men's wear quiet. Silks freely sold at s
auction, t
? ? li.1 jl
Chicago.
Ciucaoo, March 11.?Flour?Quiet a
unchanged. Wheat?Dull, weak and lc
er, No.'JChicago ?prlng$l 22 cash: $1 fc
il 38 April; $127af27?May; Ho. 3#$l
Corn?Fair demand, hut at lower rates; !
cash and April; 42Jfic May. Oat*?Fair <
mandnt 32ocash; :i2%o April; 34%o Mt
Bye?Quiet at 0'JaG2%c. Barley?Firm
51a53tfc Pork?Closing lower at $13
cash; $13 40 May; ho* sold at $13 85 Mi
Bulk Moots?Dull at 5a7}{a7%c. Lard
Cloning lower at $0 00 cash and Api
5>a 12% May; has sold at $030 May. Dreie
Hugs?$5 50a6 Go. Whisky?$1 04.
On call Hoard TV heat was at $124% Api
?1 '2VA May. Corn %o lower. Oats t
changed.. Fork easier at $13 00al5 (
-0 00 April. Iiard tlnnor at 9%at6o Api
Clnrlnnnll.
Cincinnati, March 14.?.Cotton?D
ind lower, ut lljtfc. Flour?Fair demat
Wheat?Stronger; red $1 45al 55. Corr
Steady at 41a43c. Oata?Dull at -35a3
Bye?Firm at 72a73c. Barley?Dull a
heavy, fall OOaROc. Pork?Strong at $14,
?14 50. Lard ? Demand fair and pri<
higher; Hteam 9%ca$0 16; kettle 10al0>
Bulk Meats?Firm; shoulders 5%c; shi
ribs 7%a7^c; short clear 7%& Bacon
Dull at 0!4a8Ktt8!ia8Xc.. Butter- 1)
ind unchanged. Whisky?Salon at $10
L 04, with some private transactions and
stood at $1 05.
llOQS?Dull and unchanged; cothm
>4 (>Oa4 00; fair to good light $5 00a5 !
packing $" 10fl5 40; choice .heavy $5 5
> 6.".. _
l'liJliiilrll>f>i!i.
PillLADKLPillA, March 11. ? Flour
Dull; Minnesota family $700a8 45; Pcuns;
rania and Ohio $7 37a7 75. Wheat?Du
Pennsylvania red $1 51al 55; amber $1
il 58; white $155al 05. ltye? Unchangc
Jorn?More active; yellow 54%a55c; atcii
Ma54%c. Barley?Dull. Oats ?Firm
I0a44o. Clover Seed?Dull at 13al5Jj
i'ork?$15 OOalS 50. Beef- Uauis *20a23
irnokcd do llall%c. J^urd?$'.? 00a9 I
Gutter?New York and Bradford couu
sxtrii 27a28c; tirsts 23o25c. Cheese
Firm. Eggs?Quiet Petroleum ? Quit
cfined 10c; crude nominally at l.'ialS^
Whisky?Quiet; western at il 0'J.
New Yurie.
Nkw Yobs, March 14.?Cotton?Qui
it ll;Hai2e. Flour?Demand muinly f
mmcdiato wants and local trnde. Whe
-Dull; No. 2 Chicago spring nominally
U 40; No. 2 Milwaukee $142. Bye?Fit
it 81aS4c. Barley?Dull. Malt?Firi
Jorn?A hhade easier; steam mixed at 5
i5Kc; Hteam yellow *60%c. Oats?Bath
norc steady; western mixed aud State 31
13c. llay?Shipping C5a70c. Hops?Du
'earliugsCalOc; new western 8al4c. Sug
-Dull aud heavy; fair to good rcliniug 8
i9c; prime 0%c; other groceries are du
iVIiisky?Qfliet and steady at $107? a.
Allegheny t attle.
Eabt Libehty, March 11.?Cattle? It
leijiLs to-day 204 head, all for this iuark<
otnl for two days, 3 cam ot through and
iars of yard Htock, or 501 head. Supp
xcessively light, but quite equal to tl
lemand. Best $0 00, medium to go<
i5 25a560, common to fair $l 70a5 00.
Hogs?Receipts to-day 1,100 head; tot
or two days 3,630. Yorkers So 20a5 *1
'hiladelphias $5 75a590.
SiiKE!'?Receipts to-day 2,2001head; tot
or two days 5,200. Selling at $5 2".a7 00.
Toledo.
Toledo, Marcii 14. ? Flour?Stead
Vheat ?Firm; No. 1 white Michigi
1 55J4; extra white Michigan $158; ainb
pot and seller March held at $1 4Dal 41)3
?o3 red $1 SV/i\ rejected red held at $11
101 bid. Corn?Steady; high mixed 43-54
Jo. 2 spot held nt 4334c; rejected 4:tc. Oil
-Dull; No. 2 held at 3434c, 34e ofl'ere
rhite 4034c; Michigan 38}$c.
DRUGGISTS.
VV ANTED- i VR?SS?
loarsc'iie.-.i them li no more ell'cctual remedy tli
)r. Chapman's Horohound Balsa!
W ANTED"- ^1^
houaand.i of theui already know, tUat to ma!
urn of light nti<l wholesome Biscuit and Hut!
lakes, you must use LOGAN, LIST A CO'S
iXCELSIOR JAKING POWDEf
VVANTED-"SS^
ilngcis, ami nil i>ersoni with Coughs, Hoantenc
<?e Throat, Ac., to try LOGAN, UST X CO'rf
WMPOUA'D CHLORATE POTAS1I Tit
CUES, tho best in the market.
IV A Mn^vn.-^EALEIW EVEB'
>V All 1 JjI/ W11KHKtorctnomt
lint the Ik .it why to build up a trade Is to soil t
?it goods, and that sotno dealers have told us tb
hey have lost their trade by wiling inferior Jla
ng JPoicdrr. They Bay now they will sell on
.ogan, List & Co'a Exceliior Bakiug Powder.
Ja27eAw
ILWHS GET THE BEST
. REED'S
COUGH SYRUP!
to Not Neglect a Cold However Sligh
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS
BRONCniTIS, WnOOlMNG
COUGU, Ac., use
REED'S COUGH SYRUP
There is no Preparation equal to it. Ti
t and be convinced.
RUMEMBERl At?k for "jSF.KD's Coufl
>Yi:UP," and be stir* you get it.
PRIOR 25 CENTS PEE MOTTLE.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Wheeling, W.V,
I OLD BY ALL DEALERS IS MKDlClSh
Jail)
LAUGHLIN BROS. & CO
The Old Drug Home, now Twenty Year*
wtabllahed, alwnyi hate on band and In
rtock
CHEMICALS.
Santonlnl, Quinine, Morphia, Chloroform,
. Strychnia, perfectly pure and reliable.
PHYSICIANS'
Instrument*, Surgical Appliances, Trtimoa,
llrares, pf approved makers.
DRUCCISTS'
fumlrlce, Bcalw, Bnatnlaa, Morten, Bottles,
of all klndi and atylca.
GROCERS'
ITUR*, such as Cream Tartar, Bedn, Borax,
Ueorlce, Ac., In conTenlout alwd boxc*.
PURE SPICES.
Peppr, Allspice, Clorea, Nutmegs, Ginger,
either whole or ground fn cans. _
CHOICE WINES.
. Miuleria. Sherry, Catawba and Port, pure
for family use.
SOAPS, SOAPS.
Uolgate'a and Ratlno'a Hose. Honey amf
G1 ywrlne, all finely perfumed.
BRUSHES.
Fine KnglUh'and French Hair, Nail ami
^JTooth, wall made, ol beat patterns.
ARCHITECTURAL IRON FOUNDRY
JAS. A. MAXWELL, Propi'r.
Tit* MAlU'PACTt'RE 07
IRON FRONTS FOR HOUSES
a specialty.
Alio do a general foundry bualnon.
Worki and Foundnr?Corner Alli^hray at
buth ATeaaei, Allegheny City, Ta., below poti
ridge. f?2s-W
mi| 1UU HWL/A 1 iU UllJ
* a ?a;
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ad ?
|j*- J^ENTISTRY.
14. We advlieall thow wanting tfcnUatry done to
)0c cull on PR. (lAHMIBK, where thry ran Lave troth
](.. extracted without tka iil|heat pain and ntw teeth
lv i'ut In not to be known from tha natural teeth.
tan \* worn with rem fort and mm. All ?mm
1,1 warranted. Office?No. 4'2 Fourteenth street, cor20
ner of Market. feflO
'? J. W. COWDEH,
j"i Attorney at L> a -w.
U; Offliv-No. 1222 Ch^punkRt.,
in- WHF.RLI50, W. VA.
Kin prompt attention to all tuitnen entrusted to uj
rll, car*. Mr
U. COCHRAN,
jj}1 Attorney at Lnw.
jjT 1220 CitAruxn Strrrt,
iJ _M WHEELING, W. VA.
!? W"'UAM philips,
>rt "
i- JoiIIm of the Pfflce & Real EittU Agwt,
till
No, co Twilftb St., Wiwuma.
Br* Collection of til kinds made and proceeds
promptly remitted. Ja.1
^yiLLlAM EKSK1NK,
Attoiuey ?t Law.
Office of the JoteC.W. KAJJIsoj), No. 1110Cl??p*
llneatreet, Wheeling, W. Va.
Will practice In the 8tate and Federal Courts.
BENJAMIN B. ALUftON, Notary Pubuc.
fit> OtBco aa atiove. dolA
? T DALLAS KWINU,
nt " "
? ATTORNEY AT LAW,
i0< ' No. 64 Twblftii St.,
iy
- dec WHEELING, W. VA.
et;
ic. Q C. QUISTED, M.D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
urricK?no. uo t'OTrrxKKTH ht.
of WltFELINd, W. VA.
(^co tlourB~81010 * * 1 > * M> deg
m -yyM. n. hearne,
? ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ia
11; Office with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
nr Street. Office up stairs.
X _au30
J^ANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT UW,
;eIn
No. 1318" Market Street, (over City Bank,)
? <o4 Wheeling, W. Va.
Jj JOIIN McCLAVE,
() Attorney at Law,
10; Collections promptly nude. Money loaned,
titles guaranteed. hotea discounted,
.i Will praeilcc In the tiluU* of Ohio and Weat
ai Virgin!*.
Oittco, oor, Third and Market itrreta, In Dougherty
Block, bteubcnvllle, Ohio. . apli
y ^ ~B. CALDWELL^
in *
er Attorney ut Law,
4;
K>, No. 68 Twrlitii St. (Next door to Odd
<r; Fellow's Hall, flrst floor.)
its mr21
d;
rj\ j. nuaus,
Attorney ftt Law.
Offite 71 Twelfth Sired, Wheeling, IK, Va.
W Practices in the Court* of Ohio, Marshall
2|J and Trier counties, W.Va* nov!7
HI -QANIEL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J- liOi Chapline Btreet, Wheeling, W. Va.
" :
ct J AMES L. IXAWLKY,
!: 'merchandise broker,
AM>
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
IE Loans negotiated for Lenders and Borrowers.
** ICQ MAIN ST., WIIEEL1KO, W. VA.
is? Jo29
FINANCIAL.
oum K. M(JTfifORD, Freat. (4bo. Anjsts, V. frut,
M. A. CHAHDLUU.Caabla.
7- BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
icr
lie tjuccettor totba
J Kimrr national hank ok whkkung.
ly
Capital 1200,000
This Bank Is organised and prepared to transact
I the business of bunking iu all Its details.
It succeeds the First National Rank qf Wheeling,
la owned by the sarnu shareholder andls under the
i same management.
By caicluily regardluj the Interests ol Its Correspondents
and Depositor', and by a prompt and
faithful execution ol their* wishes, tt hope* to merit
their esteem and confident ?.
Notes and Kills discount. \i.
Collections made ou all tolria throughout the
United titatc*.
| Deposit Accounts subject to chock at sight reeoivud
from Banks. Baakera, Firms. Gorooratlona
and Individuals.
CortWcatM ot Deposit tssMd payable oo demand
. or ot fixed dates.
? Interest allowed on Hpedal DopustU.
DiKicTon:
' John K. Botsford, Wm. B. Blmpeon,
Jacob H. Rhodes, Wm. A. Turner,
George Adaina, John 1. Hubha,
Geo. W. Frauthelm, 0. C. Dewey.
Henr? M. Harper, mfJl-dAw !
Commercial Bank.
ry
Capital, $100,000.
H ofkick?No. 1C0S Malu 8t.
Interest paid on Special Depoait*. Collection!
made and proceed!Promptlyremitted. Account*
of merfhint* and otiiers solicited.
D1RXCTOR9:
Them. II. I Jit, . J. j? gtlfd
K.J.Srnytb, W.T. Bart,
J. C. Thomas, Chai. II. Booth..
.< Yf. A. WilMn,
THOA D. LIST, President. .
J. L. 8TIFEL, V. Preet.
B. P. H1IDHCTH, Cashier. Jal3
? D. C. ijst. J mkt 11 SKTBOLLD,
1!knuy K. i.IVT, < itwo* Lamii,
Wit. A. Lijt, IIkhbt W. Ltw.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Capital, $100,000.
Stockholders personally liable and representing
orer 9900,000.
Itecdres Depoalta and Dlecoonti Paper.
linala In Gold, Silver, Coia-Dndti and Sterling
Exchange.
Sella on Eoolind, Ireland. France, Uertnirry
and other prominent parts of Kumpe.
Burs and sells Uovernuieut, State, City and Ball- .
road Bonds.
Interest paid on Special Deport U.
Hjfcial attention gtrcn to Collections. i
D- c- LIST- ftwldent.
LAMB. Caihler.
JOS. SKY BOLD, AiwUtant Cashier. Jal^
Exchange Bank.
J. N. VAIiat, Prcs't. Han't LapohUM, V. P.
Capital...... w....._.|afl,OCO
Liability of Stockholders. ? 400,000
? This Bank succeeds to tha business of thcMetchanta'
National Bank, and deala In Coin, Coo pom,
i, Commercial Paper and BUlt Ol Exchange.
Interest paid on Special Pcpoilu.
Coliectiona made on all polnta and proeeeda
promptly remitted.
Accounts ol Bankers aad Business Men solicited. ,
Stockholm liablo to depoaltors according to the
Constitution of the State the same aa in National
llanka.
M ? DtsicTOn:
J.M.Vance, - i 8. Horkhelmer,
L. 8. DelapUln, | D. Uutman,
J.O. UoflmauD, . Wn EUlngham,
)d Ham'I LauKhlin, H. Wallace, i
at Crawford Booth, I i
au8 JOHN J. JONES, Cashier.
10(1.
7T~ groceries. ~
PANCAKE FLOUR
OFor sale by
THOBUKN Jk BRO.,
Cor. Market asd Elrvrntii St.
fcM t
TIBOINIA BONEY.
Fifty Boxes Choi re
WEST VIRGINIA HONEY,
J nut roeel?#d by
ft-24 THOBUKN 4 HRO.
E Jos. Speidel & Co.
THE LEADING GROCERS
*| Largest and Best Assortei
Stock in the City.
Best Goods and Lowest Pricoi
' AT THE
NEW! DOUBLE IRON FRONT
BUILDING.
1416 Miln & 14(7 So nth Sti.
to. jaio J tint opposite H. tie O. H. It. l>?pot
QALIFOltNIA CAN.N'KD GOODS.
Frwh Nectnrluii,
Froth M uncut Cirupff,
Krcah Apricot*,
LO? Fmh BartU tt 1'oin,
4 Fresh yultui'.*
To uy they an* tlHit-loun, Is but (aint prata
ETery family ohotikl Iihta h f?w cans fur Chrialuai
IU J, HMYTH,
Ooruer Market and Fourteauth Kta.
> 11> VJ, iUAiivxi io,
MERCHANT fAILORt
r~ ~
THOS. HUGHES &G
HAVE A FULL LIKE OK
BLACK, BROWN & WHIT
Silk Scarfs
A FPIXJJASSOKTMENT
' J
>
GLOVES,
COLLARS,
MUFFLERS,
CUFFS, Eto.,E
uorner izth and water si
_.leSO
J. H.STALLMAN&CO.
Merchant Tailorc
*
We have received for the
Fall and Winter Trade
Oue of the LARGEST AND DM
LECTEl> STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to the city.
All the NEW STYLE
?OF?
Plain and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsted:
Castor and Fur Beavers,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goo
And aM styles of goods usnnliy found i
first-clans establishment.
A fine line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOC
Always iu btore.
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY SUU
In the city.
?2TCall and look at our goodf).
No. 27 Twelfth St.,Wheelii
m2S
New Goods
FALL AND WINTEI
C. HESS & SON
Merchant Tailor
COH. 14th AND MAIN ST8.
flave ju?t received their Jargeaud r:le;
ntoct oI Gooili (or
FALL AND WINTER WEAR
KuhrflRlMK all ue? deaiguaor
Cloths,
CasiimerM.
Ve?ttng?,
Suitings, and
Overooatin
Wbioh will be made op IU the lint Hly
FULL LINK OK
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOC
iturte uaxtt uauk to utwnx.
We invite the public to call and eiam
our stock, feeling aaaured we can otter
pfcrior inducement*,
au29 C HESS ? SOt
QKEAT REDUCTION IN.
Gold and Silver Watchc
Urge assortment f<>r ladles and gcntlen
At Pricet to Defy Competition.
For hal? by
C. P>. BIRO WIS
1207 MARKET STREET.
jta_
JOSEPH H. SAGE,
1313 Marliot Street
Aguot far tfea CdakxaUd
DOMESTIC SEWING niAOHIf
OU, Nacdlm and Att*ehro?nU tor ail Mala at
chines. All make* of MachlMi rcptlrtd prom
t>7 ? practical workman. aa
' ^LDEH FKUIT.
Peachea and Apples eared by the Alden proms
Very flue. For sale by
I de23 R. J. SMYTH.
! ! QHKAP GROCERIES?
YOO CAN BUY
One lb. Ex. Young Hyson Tea for 40c
One lb. Rood Ounpowdrr Tea for 60c
One lb. beat Gunpowder Tea for 90c
One lb. beat Japan Tea for ... .so<:
One lb. eood Jaran Ten for GCe
Ono lb. b<Mt Oolong Tea for ? e
One lb. good Ooloug Tea for ."Oe
Twenty 11* Rico for * 81 iX
PEAILL MEAL, COBN SYBUP,
And all bindi Of Grocerloa at tbe lowest tiiarke
. prievfl. at
JT. W. BAHTOIN'S,
22.11 and 223S Market St., Ckntsk Wmkkmno
Ji2'J
SB
"Satin Gloss" Flour,
:c
100 Bbls. lust Receivod.
Thi* It tha finest quality of Flou
, manufactured, and has all the whole
some and nutritious qualities of the un
jgf bolted Flour, combined with uncquallei
whiteness and purity.
List, Davenport & Parks
SOLE AGENTS.
)S, aolfi ''' '
M. REILLY,
its Wholesale Grocer & Perk Packer
Noa. 1309 A 1311 MAUN ?J.
04Ttiole AnflPt Dupout Powder MUla.
ig. JILOOK.
In afore and arriving the following fnvot ite brand
of Family juid Fancy Flour, rlr:
I Now Proem, family; ltdlittre (Norl?n'?); < ioli
Mi'dal (Drone Ot Co.) faucy; AlMhlru'a No. !.#*' ?
M. KKIl.LY.
'" J^EFINED SU0A1Lt'a
full 11m,embracing Cruihed, Powdered, (. rid
ulated, Block and the various gradca of Cotleu ani
Yellow Hugara. Juat received and lor ntc by
M. RE1I.I.Y.
RXTEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MO
1M LASSES.
a I haTO now In stork a full supply of utrlctly prinn
Louisiana Sugar and prima to cnolrc MoIium*. In
dvjoementa offered topurthaafra who may want ti
buy In lota. if. KKILLV.
piISH."
A.
Prlncc George's Codflih.
Bonelesa Codti.sh In boxes.
Labrador Herring In liarrclaaud Halvrs.
Round Herring in Barrels and Halm*.
" Noj. l, 2 and S Mackerel in Halves mid Kitx.
lake Herring and Whlte-ll?h >11 Halve*.
Juat received and for wile l.y M. KMTJ.Y.
gUNDRIES.
In atom at all tltnaifullllnnol (Jrccnand ltoart
od Coffees, Golden byrup?, Virelnia and Kentucky
Plug and Twitt Tobacco*. Oil*, Baton (uiy owi
curing), Lard,T*aa all atyles and kind*, Cinnu
Goods. Pickles, Koaps, J*oda, Grocer's Drugn, Ac.
.Ac., which I oiler lo the trade at lowest uiurke
price".
fc23 M. reilly.
[HBl ?? ii i"
MARRIAGE;' 1 "
JSUPDE lr;'C?:v.
luppy In the married relation. Male and t?m*i \
young atul mUlilln t^nl itiuulil nud m..l prrwrvK tti It
t'niuTlit Inllimmilon, wUlrh mi on* ?urt allunl! j lit) Without
?uu huw to j>r?-?urv*? the lirmltli, a nd cviuptwwn. and
pivrto fadi-d chn'ka tlia triflim-M <>l ynutii; the t?-il and
"ifr true Maniac* Otalda In thu World. 1'rire Mcenti
l>y Mall. The author, majr ?m?ulteil permnally or by
moilooatiy ofthc?ubtrcta mentionedin ln? work ,ulilxv?4
Db A. Q. OLPf, U waahlugtut n., CMu;u, LL
J M. UAWLEY,
Qif CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER
1#i AND BUILDER.
Special attention given to Rooting and re
pairing of Roofs of all kinds.
AGENT FOR IIETZ'S SASH LOCK.
All work done when promised.
Office?1)30 market St., above Murkc
House. Residence, 51 Fifteenth Street.
line jnlO Wheeling, \\\ Va.
J DST RECEIVED?ANOTUER LOT 01
= DIRT BARROWS,
The prloe pull them within the roach o! every
IC body that has use for* Wheelbarrow.
?0? I havo alto on hand a No. 1 HEAVY WAGON
suitable for hauling Pig Metal, Iron or Htone. Thl
Wagon was made by onnof our best cltr maker!
ten, M offered at a veqr low prlco. Call and aoe It.
jacob Snyder,
1405 MAIN hthect.
PO80 - .
U1BBI AftPuS^SS^SlSi
r, BllnlllH?it?rrw:wffi:
- SECRETS, S?Si
wr a*M Wl hrjualty?J*m.liowt.<fun
a! I kind of Dlmae?. with htmdieda of valuable iteelpta
whothauld marry .tin- linpcdimrata to maniac*, their na.
tufaaod csra. Trrataon ail fu.ly axitlainlng 0?rl,
cauw?, aytnploni* ami meani to rurr t IU? thaonly rtallj
? wlentlie work otthaklflae*?rpuhli?fi'd. anUUromp',rti
In cr?ry rrtnrrt. ?cnt???ir?ly lealeilon recelMnt 4o ru
AdJmt. Dr. C. A. iortU Filth ?re?<,
Wt.Uula.Mo. Etubllthwlln
IE. JlNVELOl'ESA
fooil Miortm.nt lor wl? cheap ?t lh<
7 INTELLIGENCER OFFICfi.
__
TRANSPORTATION.
g A1TIMOBE A OHIO ntll.nntn
fiiWPPWSSW
On and after January 15.1577, Paaacnger Train*
will run u follows-Wheeling Ume:
"Wast-bound. No. O.lKo.7* No. i. No43*
uftvc*- a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
Wheeling 6:401 10:18 *50 7:45
Arrimn- p.m. p.m.
(JraUon_ ... 11:06 fc?5 11:45 I4U
p. m. i a. u.
KV* - *57 T:B 8:20
Cumbariand~. *? '.8:W ?10
Martlnibur*- ? 0 2? 0:48
" Waah'ton uty~ viu *55
lialtliuuro lu 301 lljtO
A.m. I
. fbUad*lpbia.MM 5:101
New York ~ 6:231
I ?D>Uy rn-cpt Bunday.
Wo. 7 stops at all illations between Wheeling and
Cumberland; No. 43 nopal all Stations between
Wheeling and (1 radon; No. 5 makes direct eonnec*
Uons for all points bouth.
wxjnuuuNU. No. 5. Mo. 3.* .Ko.10.
Wluwlln* 7:65a. m Itlfrji 1034p.m.
Arrlta at? _
ZiiM?vlll? 12.05 pm 5:50 " WOa.n.
i Newark........ llkO," 10.06 4.00 '
i Columbus ~. 8:15 11 5:80 "
. riandusky 7:00" 10;80 "
Dayton .. 7:80 1:55p.m.
Unduuatl 5:00 10:65A.m.
Louisville... 12:55N'I 7i48f.m.
Indianapolis IL'&p.n Ufc40N'n
Hi. Louis 8:30a.m 8:45p.m.
Chicago.^,, 6:ooa.? 5:30 "
Dally except Uuuday. _____
$ Noa. 8 niid 10 makeclose connection at Columbus
for ull jwluts Houtli and Southwest; at Chlogo for
all poluta West and Northwest
l-wt-tiound trams make connections at Baltimore
for i'hiladi.'lphia, New York and Boston. At Wwhluctou
City (or a!l points Mouth.
West-bound trains iimku direct connections for
all principal poiuts West and Northwest
l ulliumi Palace cars on all night trains.
wheeling, rrrra. a baltimobb div.
Leaves dallj? | ArrlTaa dally at
Wbwdlng.........7:65 a. lu.lWashington,t*a 10.40 a.m
l:fl p. m. | 0:10 p.m
Kxccpt Sunday. | Except Buudajr.
Ticket* to all principal points ou sale at Depot.
(Mae a pen at all hours during the day.
TH06. B. BHABP,
blaster of Transnort*tlou.
n. i. uevkiks, qcn'l Agent. * ]al6
CLKVLLAUD A PITIHBOBOU RA1LBOAD
VONDMMJU) TIMH CARD.
, On ?ud after December 4, 1876, Italm will ran
Ih'lly, (exi-epl HumUjr,) m folio**, tU:
aooomy. i* HAIL luriuaa.
UAVJL
JfelUlrfc. ft:f>5 a. M. 10;60 A. M. 8.00 J*. U.
' Bridgeport 0:05 ' 11:00*. : 8:10 "
Mnruiri Jerry... 8:13 ? llrtJfl 8:17 "
Lagrange-. 0:48 11:60 " 8:M> "
BU-'Ubenrllle. 7:06 " 12:06 p. u. 4.08 "
L Wt'li/vlllo 8:20 " 1:85 " 8:60 '
Uochcrtor. 9:36 ' 2:30 " . 6:40 "
* 3lJUVt.
Pltllbl ruh ..mmm. 10:38 ' 8:40 " 7;4i "
Altoum. 6:68 P. 11. V:40 " 12.15 a. M
Harris! >urg 11:03 ? 2:40 A.M. 8;!5 "
Baltimore 7:4."i "
. WMliington VU "
. Philadelphia 3:iOA.M. 7:00 " 7:35
. Kcwlurk 6:15 " 10:16 " 10:23
. Boston 4:60 r. M 8.40 P. M.
. Allinme...... 12:28 " 6:15 P. X
. iUmua., 1:26 6:08 ' ~.
. Hudson - 1:55 " 6:33 ? ...
) Cleveland.- 3:10 " 7:33 "
t i. WayiM 12:01A.M. 8:20 a. M ....
Chicago 7:20 " 9:20 " ......
' Accommodation Truin leuvra Bflllalre it 4:40 p.m
and arrivca it Btcubeutlllo at 6:13 P. M.
pjkxuu ceommoaauon traliu leave fMinim at
?:,? i <: nUa:W Bridgeport 10:06 a.m. una
.s ? W? "l MartlnVhary 10:1ft a.m. and
. Itormina leave Martla'a Ferry at 11:S0
t?' !\.M prid^port,ll:40 a. u. and s:.10
v. u., arrive at Bciiaire at 11:66 a. m. and 8:45 ?\ m.
TJckeUlo all principal polnu in the La?i ?n.i
Wwt can bo procured at tho Union Tlck*i OiBra
a l.ure Howo.aud at the atatlonat Bridgeport.
, . ? , ? F. B. MY KHS,
dp8 GeneralI Paawnger aod Ticket At;eut.
pgaaaar"
The Direct Llue to the Northwest. West ?i.a
tiouthwest.
CONDENSED TIME CAHD.
f Taking cfl'ccl November 2Cth, 1676.
'{ o t/>? ?V<i and ttoutfi (tla Columlwi.)
FaatLlne. l'ac'f Ex. Actum 'u.
L'v J'ltuburgh 11:10 p.m. 8:80 a.m. 8:40 p.m.
btcub<Hiville_ 1*^:53 a.in. 10:07 6:10 "
Dtuaiaun 2:30 uds < 8:30
J ?c.war*~ ? 2:30 p.m.
Columbus..... 6:05 " 8:50 ? 10.16 a.m.
A'fLcmdon- 7:01 ' 4:48 11:11
K*. 8:?5 " 6:42 " 12:80 jt.in.
Dayton* 7,30 " 1:85
Cincinnati 10:55 a.m. 8:00 ' 0:15 "
Loulnrlllc.. ".- Jr58 ":W "
lb the WtU and Smith (vla Zarl?Tillo. j
' V,*" 8:30 LDI. HO p.m.1
A'vo Lancaster... 10:16 614 "
ClrrleTllle |-11:1S ? GclS " '?:7o"a.'m.
Wnhlngt njIi27p.ru. .. 7:16
Wilmlngt'nj 1:22 ? KIO
Morrow | 2:10 ' . n-iu ..
Cincinnati J 4:61 ' \Z'.\ 10:65 "
Iv t'if IVniaitl iSuilhuyjit (vTh CohiiuDUsi) ~
Faat IndT l'ac. Chic
j __________ 'JtJC tx* Ex'
tfi."3'"" ^ ?0:?5 'iS "wo
Urbana. 7:40 7;40
?-1 8:36 6:218 9:03
lUchiuond....... 10:26|P3:46 8:85
T I. P>MUidlauapolia...
12:40 G.65 11:26
s Kt Loula. 8:45 YS) a.m.
Loeaaiport ...? 2:23 3KM fcOi
1 7:40 7:6t 7:60
? **,LVul!tnan..PrnwlnS Boom >nd Bleeping Cnn
from bteubenville and Columbus througa ticMoat
trW'',10 arlcJnnnt,| fouiwille, Indjanapolla and
ftt. LoiiIb, and from Columbm to Gil Ago.
- or those Becking}/*""" in the
1 .. *!'0Uld call on or uddnaa til? lllultralirnivl for
uirougu uuic tables, man#, land clrculari and further
information.
w- L O'BRIEN.
. Gcu'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, No. 21V UIkIi
street, Columbus, Ohio. Jb2?
0 ???i^??
; mo CAPITALISTS
Or Parties of Small Means Desirous ?f
Engaging In Grape Browing,
Coal Mlnlngor Market
Gardening.
account ot advanced ago I am desirous of
changing my residence, and therefore oiler for sale
uiy farm situated onnoalto the city of Wheeling, on
tlto river Itank, midway between Bridgeport and
Martin's Ferry, and immediately adjoining tbo village
of A'.tnaville. Tho property consists of fiO
acres of hill and table land aud 15 of river bottom.
- In tho hill therearo two seams of coai, t>% and 3%
r fwtt thick, three deposits of limestone, an 8 foot
i vein of clow texture sand or free stone, ah 18 foot
1 vein of marl, which altogether make a soil and mu
, underlying uod of deposits of a rich and valuable
t chnractcr.
On the surface, tho larger portion of which lies
geutly Moping to tho cast, and all under direct ex
Lomtrci to tho sun, Is a Vineyard of 36 acres, mostly
Catawlia grapes, all in fluo Gearing condition, about
seven years old, which has proven Itself able to pay
a handsome percent to tho cultivator.
Tho proi>erty Is being cpnroached above and txlow
by uu advancing tido of persons seeking small
homesteads, and la now really the only unoceuplcd
territory between Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry,
it Is valuable as an Investment for capital seeking u
sale purchase, and valuable to those who want market
gardening ground close to tho city. It fronts
beautifully ujion tho river and commands a view of
the city, the Island and tho whole scenery of tliu
valley.
The terms of sale will bo one-third cash, balan??
In two annual payments. 8 per ccnt Interest on deferred
payments. Ydt further particulars Inquire
of RICHAKD CRAWFORD
On tho promisee, or by null at Bridgeport, Ohio.
P?
DR. BUTTS'
' DISPENSARY
TJilny yrat?fi|irrifni*tn Ui?trcat?cntofB?xu*lan4
Chroma DiwmaonofMlt *rirt.
rfafa^zn Dt- in nvjlarrlajettnlde.
fi "J&i'trt, A 1'liyi.iolojrtoiU View of JkUrrlaao
? f'T t.'ir married a tul ll>o?? contcni|>Utlk<
Uh -ilTw tiiartjoaw, ouUtc my?trrlMM>r rrprodurtv
,r Ion and tlifl Kxrtl InflnnitlMot youth,
? tnanhoo?l and womanhood An lllintrttt'-OUKikniiHipaun,
lur prune rcathtig, whlrhkhouUbtkrptuudcr lock and
k?v. S tit undi-riral fur Met*.
A ran-ATP. MEDICAL TREATISE on all dUea?-?
of arnvatoNnturoln arxra, the abutu ?t?t ?.
iinMiolthafxualayalrtn, aiidlhetiieaii?o4cur*.li"l>?t:,'?
! utnltrsfi Iwritlct*. ,
MEDICAL ADVICK on ?exu?l awl Chronic Dlwwes.
ffntaal Mcaknni, Catarrh, Cancw,ltop?ur?, the Opiuw
Hilitt, nr., niopuji- wurk wnt unilrr ?ral for l? rtv All
thrco book* containing 400 p?4;ca andewrthin* worth
kuowlng on th? aubjcct, sont soouroly aealod on ro1
ceipt of 00 ct?. Address, Dr. Buffs' Dispensary,
No.l2N.flthtL,8t. Louis,Mo. IKsuttstaa WC.J
pHILLIP BRAILLY,
i UNDERTAKEK,
No. 1140 Maim At., HoBxraoox'i Block,
Make* a specialty of hlf PATENT METALLIC
CORNERS for Caskets. Tho advantage derived
from Uiis j?itent is that they allow an expansion of
tho wood In tho Casket, but prevent It from falling
apart, ao that In case of ? removal the Casket will
bo found entire, Instead of In pieces, as It soon
| would bo without the unof the "Corners." Orders
; for funerals promptly attended to. *u5
0 HTEINMETZ,
Paper Box Mmufaoturtr,
' No*. 1211 and 1213 Main Street, up italri (old
Union Ball), is now prerared to make all kinds of
; Fancy and Plain Pspcr Boxes in as good ityl# and
at as low prices as any house In the country. Ordeni
from tbo country promptly attended to. Ja20
gATIN QI>083 FLOUB.
Another lot of this celebrated Family Flour, the
' best in Iho market, ]ust received by
UtfT, DAVENPORT A PARKS.

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