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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, March 17, 1877, Image 3

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DAILY.
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imr jrax ?H 001 Thm month*.-... ! 1 00
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IfiiTcrrU by Carrltu in City 16c per w etk.
IEMI<W?EELY.
i/y mail, in oJnnnu, potior yrrjmid.
un?> year***. W 001 (Ux month*. ~..U M
WEKHLV.
By mall, in adrtmc*, poitoj/f prepaid.
you-.- tl SO | fcix month*.... H 00
Ip dut* of Flva ?91 ? each.
In Cluba of Ton J %
Jo Claha of Twtotjr ? ? ??*>
And an extra copy to jwrton nuttlnjc up Uab.
OTTbe abort priti* arr Jnrarlable. Jtomlt at
our rlik, in Imita or hatottn Mooey Orden.aud
wharo neilbrr of Omm- tnn t- procured, arod tbt
nionrjr in a JUglateml lalter.
THE IKTELLKiENcfi; will preaent daily tb?
newH in all department*, fruw all quarters of
the world, at well u a complete rccwU ol local
a vent*.
TUB WEEKLY ic prinlrd on Thumlay, and can
t? had at I lie counter, In paid envelopaajtady
lor malliriK mtrfinml a copy to aboent /ritndi
and rtUxi<><? ?*<M nnci front home.'
HUBSCRinEUS.?IVwm dniring to have Um
I^ii.t iVTSlAionataleft rvRularljr at their
nviilftiiv* in the city and auburlo. can Iw
M'rvi-d i * leatini their addreaa at Counting
l(?iuiu. or !>7 drop letter through tha poatotbiu.
TO a)NTBI?UT01tf.-|!oattention will lipoid
to anonynout (oinmutiitalionx; trery article
must I* iHYOiupanlfd t?y the writer'a real uauif
and addreas.
hutinru JsUert far ut thouhl be addrrurtl "Fmr
.1- OimpbtU," and thould in uo r<u* be addruml to
, ithrr individual iluvibrr qf Ike firm by ttamr.
ciwIaMlijmccr.
HE WHAT YOU AKi:.
Don't Slake UelleveVon'roAbovc
Your Work.
I rum t utiJ.iT it lloiuc.
Many yearn ago, -when Inciter matches
were yet unknown, ami the tinder-box,
with tut Hint and steel, formed the only
domestic instrument for obtaining a light
a little old man used to walk ahout in one
of the suburb* of London holding in his
hand a lan-shaped bunchof matche?,made,
an usual in those days, of splinters of
resinous pine wood tipped with brimstone.
He never offered his good*, except
by a silent gesture, nor did he make them
an excuse for asking charity an many
others were in the habit of doing. The
good natured servant girl* who saw him
pass their windows would run up from
the area with a smile and half-penny,
and call out, "Master, some timber," but
they never spoke of matches. 'Timber,
madam ?" the old man would sav; "yes,
madam;" and with a ^'rave face and a
courteous bow would take their money
and supplr their want, li win reported
that the old man had seen belter days;
perhaps he had at some former time dealt
in pine log*, and carried on business on
:i large scab: now he called himself n
' "small timber merchant,'' and it any one
addressed him a^ the "matchuiati," or
asked him for a hall pennyworth of
brimstone.", he would take no notice of
the speaker, but turn away in disgust, an
if it were impossible for him to have anv
.Ulilinm. ?:ti. .....1 '?< "
ni>M nuwai u VliniUUICI, V./1 UillimU
the pour old man wan craxy, ami those
who knew him humortid and pitied him.
lint how many |>eople are there in these
days crazy after the same fashion, without
being aware of it themselves or mmpected
of it by their neighbors! The
small tradesman carrying on business
in Home by-lane calls himself a merchant,
hit* shop an emporium, his hack kitchen
a warehouse, and his cellar a depot: the
bricklayer or carpenter in a contractor;
the hairdresser in a professor; the wigmaker
is an artist in hair; and the milk*
man, a purveyor, while the dressmaker
presides over the mysteries of her art in
a magaain dea modtv. The same spirit
shows itself here anil there among all
classes. ]ii answer to advertisement for
hospital matron a "lady-superior" otters
herself; and if a mistress is wanted for
an infant-school, applications are made,
not always gramatically expressed, for
the post of "governess." A father brings
his daughter to the house of a lady who
has been inquiring for a housemaid, fcihe
wears an imitation fur jacket, imitation
gold ear-rings and an imitation chignon, |
or plait, made of cotton or hemp by some ,
new {latent process of this imitation age.
with a curious bunch of gauze, feathers,
ribbons, grapes and liowsrs, hung on behind
by way of a bonnet; her hands are
encased in lavender-colored kid gloves, I
and ahe carries a light parasol in her
hand, though the day ?s overcast, and an j
I umbrella would be much more to the
I purpose. She make-; an imitation bow j
when the mistress of the house enters the
room; and her father, who is proud of |
B, her appearance and manners, introduces
her with the appropriate words, "This is
the young lady, ma'am, as is open to an |
engagement for your situation/' The
owuer of the house, who has no intention
of resigning her situation, but only wants
a housemaid, declines the application.
There are pretensions of a worse kind
than this. A well-educated youth, for
instance,leaves school and is placed in an
ollice or under articles, with a view to
his future profession. His fellow-clerks
or fellow-students appear to him by their
costumes and conversation to he "great
swells." lie does not wish to be thought
iuferior to them, and very soon learns to
imitate their style and adopt their manners.
He hears them talking largely of
their parentage, of their exploits and extravagances;
and he wishes to be thought
as rich, as gay aud as reckless as the best
(or worst) of them. If they smoke, he
must do the same; if lliey drink, be will
drink with them; if they behave like
heathens and talk disgracefully aud vilelv".
lin xtlnnlii In mtm'ro mmilniil ?'!
to hi joy their conversation. All thin
may at iirst bo very much ngainri hi*
better instincts, but ho fears to bo ritlii
culcd; and, in u word, would rather be
accepted (or what he is not, and ought
uot to be, than be esteemed for what he is.
| Every kind ot pretense is bad; to preI
tend "to be better than wo are,
| is hypocrisy; to pretend to be
greater than" we art*, i* vanity and
! tolly; but to pretend to Ihs worse than
we are, for the sake ot winning favor
with those whose favor is not worth having,
is at once the worst and silliest pretense
of all. Whatever a man's position
or calling may be, if it be a thing to be
ashamed of, let him abandon it; but if it
| bo not wrong or disgraceful in itself, lot
him never be ashamed of it.
| A Campaign AgainKt the I>m? ol
[ Tobawo Culled lor?The Hex!
Way to necure More Money aud
Letw SliNfry.
Editors Intellirrnccr:
llnving been an almost regular attendant
at the senca of temperance meetings
which are now being held in our city, we
have become favorably impreMed with
the good work, as we think a great many
others are, judging from the apparent interest
and sincerity manifested; and, if
you will allow us the space in your columns,
we think we can make a suggestion
which will meet with commendation
by tho tern iterance jteople. It is to try
to persuade people to abstain from the
use of tobacco in all it * forms. We sav
people, because men,women and boys use
it. In justice to the ladies, however, wo
fliould remark that it is not general with
them, being used mostly by old ladies in
pipes.
Now, wo think there are fewer arguments
in favor of tobacco than strong
drink.
Whisky, it is claimed, is taken as medicine,
for health, and in winter to stimulate
and keep warm, just as beer is taken
in summer to keep cool, and we don't
know of anything tobacco is claimed to
U- good for, except to consume money
and injure health, which it certainly
doe*. We have heard speakers at the
UiUerent temperance meetings give their
experience," and tell what a horrible
looking spectacle they were at times, but
we don t think they coulil look muoh
worse than a boy of twelve years of age,
or less, with one cheek puffed out with a
big piece of tobacco?his teeth black and
half rotten, sometimes lipe chin and
shirt-boeom atained with spittle, and
?'?ry minute or twoTeliering himself of
a mouthful of the horrible stuff. Such
acenes ire witneeeed wrjr dav. A more
difgueting sosne then even this haa met
our face at aome of the temperance meetingn.
Home lew times we have had the
misfortune of being late at the
meeting*, and have had to resort
to the galleriea or back seats, and
there have been witnesses of five or more
bova or young men, each seeming to
think it hiit duty to contribute as much
tobacco juice as possible to a pool inch
as Dr. Logan deacribed at the Fourth
Street M. E. Church Wednesday evening,
when he said a (tool of three feet squsre
had been diacovered after the meeting.
Ugh! lt'R enough to turn the atomach of
a rhinoceroa. It may be judged what
kind of a mesa ia made when we heard
Mr. List, at the Fourth (Street M. E.
Church the other evening, compare the
portion of the church where aome bovx
were uaing tobacco to a hog-pen. 1 ndeed,
we don't believe we have attended a single
meeting since the temperance work
began in this city that we haven't heard
some gentleman speak to the boya in regard
to chewing tobacco. We could
point out many more of the bad featnrea
of tobacco chewing and amoking, and we
know those that use the "filthy" weed
could point oat still more than we can,
but we think we have ahown enough of
the bad qualitiea (and it haa no good
one*) to convince the people generally
that it ia almoat a* worthy of condemnation
aa intoxicating liquora.
Hoping the matter will receive prompt
and proiier attention at the handn of
thove who art* prepared to take it in
charge, close, feeling assured that
if tobacco and whiaky arc banished from
our midat the err for Mmorr mnn?? ?n<i
less misery*' will be answered.
K.W.
Tin- t|ne?tioii ol the IH>blN ol the
Southern State* iu tonurctioii
With Their Politic*
Washington, March 15. ? A very
heavy commercial interest in the North
is actively at work trying to hasten action
in the Louisiana and South Carolina
matter*, in order that a plan that
they have lor compromising the debts of
the Southern States may,receive aid from
the settlement of the political troubles.
They urge that the adjustment of these
debts on a satisfactory basic will go far
toward restoring the credit and material
interested the Mouth, and that it is a
branch of Southern a Hair.- only second
in importance to the political problem.
They have made proposals to all the
Southern legislatures to agree to an issue
of new bonds, for the defaulted principal
and interest at the rate of sixty
cents on the dollar, with certain conditions
in regard to the future legal debt to
be contracted. These propositions must
be acted upon in about ten days, within
which time nearly all the Legislatures
will adjourn. IV capitalists interested
think their success will depend largely
upon the action taken bv the administration
in regard to the pending political
troubles. If these are quietly nettled,
they believe the tinancial ditiiculties in
most of the Southern State.- can l?e
speedily diminished and put in a fair
rear iur sausixciorv settlement.
Dir. SdlKM K'S NTAKUAUI)
11ESIEU1EN.
Tlio standard remedies for all disease* of
the lunv'sare Bciiksck's PfLMOXtc Byhri\
Bciienck'h bea Weed Tonic, and
Sciienck'sMaxdkake Pills,andif taken
before the lungs are destroyed, a speedy I
cure is eliected.
To these three medicines Dr. .1. IISchenck,
of Philadelphia, owes his unrivalled
success in the treatment of puliuo.
nnry disease.
The rulmouie Syrup ripens the morbid
matter in the lungs. Nature throws it ofl"
hv an easy expectoration, for when the
phlegm matter is ripe a slight cough will
throw it oft', the patient has rest and the
lunirs begin to heal.
To enable the Pulmonic Syrup to do
this, Behenck's Mandrake " Tills and
Bcheuck'iSea Weed Tonic must be freely
used to eleau.se the stomach and liver.
Behenck's Mandrake l'ills act on the
liver, removing all obstructions, relax the
gall bladder, the bile starts treeley, and the
liver is soon relieved.
Beheuck * Bea Weed Tonic is a gentle
stimulant and alterative, the alkali of
which it is composed mixes with the food
and prevents souring. It assixn the digestion
by toning up the stomach to a healthy
condition, ?.? thnt the food and the Pulmonic
Byrup will make good blood. Thcu
the lung* heal; and the patient will surelv
get well if care is taken to prevent fresh
cold.
All who wikh-to consult I)r. Scheuck,
either personally or by letter, can do so at
hi.s principal otliue, corner of Sixth and
Arclt streets, Philadelphia, every Monday.
Bchenck's medicines are sold by all druggists
throughout the country.
"OLD RELIABLE."
There are many reputed remedies for
that verv nravnlcnt iliioMH. rhmni? x'nvni
Catarrh, hut none which have given General
satisfaction and become acknowledged
standard preparations, except l)r. Sage's
Catarrh Uemcdv. It continues to enjoy an
unprecedented' popularity. This reputation
has been earned through the permanent
cures which it has wrought, having
proved iUtelf a specific in the worst forms
of the disease. Pierce's Pocket Memorandum
Books are giveu away at drug stores,
wds
kay, Mcknight & co.,
OKNKBAL AGENTS FORTIUS
Blake Steam Pump.
2 * *
tt i laiTM rz>
SHft fcwH! m
o '' ..y?
w Bggg^iPBP1:
more than 8.000 in use.
Belting,
Hose,
Cordage,
Machinery,
And Supplies.
75 WATEB ST.,
IMtUbnrxli, l*a.
jrtli-S
JJSMOVAL OF
WHOLESALE JEWELRY HOUSE
Onr bun sad increasing bualnem demands worn
room, and we will, altrr April 1st, 1877. oecupv '.'d
and 3d ttoon of "McCALLUM BUILDING,'' 77
FIFIH AVENUE (nearly oppoait* our present location),
and will ofler to top trade oaeof tbelaigeat
aud best stocks u( goods la the United Statu, consisting
of
WATOHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS.
Bronrti, Imlry. IU*er and Plated War*, Etc.. Etc.
C1om< Cash Bayer* Invited. Wholesale exrlu iveljr.
<i. II. BABRETT & CO.,
testus 77 Firm At., 1'rminKuu, Pa.
JJ0D80N BBOTHE B&,
DRALKR8 IN
HOOPING HLATE,
Gil A IN ANI) HAY.
No. 1503 Wain Street, aud 1502 Sooth tit
*ela _ _
$fi00 1'IANO FOR $250.
A ladjr ofl'en to sell her 7-octave Piano, Boaewood
Dw, carved let*, lor S2SO, Piano originally
cost fiOO, is ?ood as orw and been used only a tow
months. Chn be seen and heard at
ADAMS A LUCAS' MUSIC 8TORE,
'M7 18S7 Market Btweu
JlimtLOPEft
i
FOR SALE.
yALUABLE
tHL 111 PflDPEBTf,
Blast Furnace
? A*l??
FARIV1ING LANDS
For Sale at Auction,
? OK? ,
The 27th Day of March, 1877,
AT II IVOOCK A. U? AT
THE EXCHANGE SALESROOM,
No. Ill Broadway, City of Now York,
Being port o! the Aaaetx <>(
The Ocean National Bank,
OF NEW YORK.
TERMS CASH.
The undertinnoii, KptpItct of thcOomn National
lUnk, will oiler lur Mlt' mi aforraaltl >11 that tract
o( land, ami the atiuctuni aial iiupromnt-ut'
ttapmni, Umctlirr Willi tliriratichlMtaiul privlli*v?i>
Imlnnirliiii liumln k?/??rii ??!...
Irnndale Coal & Iron Property,
Ami formerly known as ll?t? tslate ami work* of
The Franklin Iron and Coal_Co
Bald luiuN and works are situated in
PRESTON COUNTY, W. VA?
ox Till:
Line or the Baltimore &. Ohio Railroad,
near the Grafton Junction,
Ami arc connected therewith by a brunch railroad,
ol uniform gauxu ami construction; tli?
taut 'Jin miles Iroui lialtimorc. irj miles Iroui Cumberland.
ltw miles from Wheeling, 111 miles iroui
Furkeraburg (and f>5 miles from Pittsburgh by the
line of the Pittsburgh ami Charlrstnu Railroad
now buildtn:: southward across Went Virginia) by
meiiis of which road it Ium access to the markets
of the Kast and AVest, and will shortly slab hn><
nconw to the markets of Pittsburgh and the minuet
loom deposits of Virsiuiaaml the Kanawha.
The TRACT OF LANDS embracea 1.120 aertt. of
which lit) are under cultivation, the remainder
lietttB covered with a heavy growth of valuable
T1M1IER.
It ts also underlaid br THREE DISTINCT WORKABLE
VEINS OF GOOD COAL. audible at or nem
the surface, a, 4 and N feet tn thtckiie^ respcct it
ly. which have iieeii tested aud workeil on this slid
adjacent properties for rnnnv years. Thecojl yield*
n tine LUSTROUS I1AKLM i KAI NED CuK K,
SDITAULK FOR IRON MAKINU.
There are also In clnae proximlt v to the httuuiluout
coal THREE SEPARATE BEDS OF IRON ORE
of the varietr known to mtneis u? "CLAY IRON
S'0*E." no largely tn use in English Furnaces,
ranulni: from '?? inchr? to -t feet in thickness.ai.il
mi easily mined that it can be placed at llio Furnace
In juxtaposition with the iron belli oreLIJIFhTONE,
Miltabh- l(ir tluxluu purpo*;-. FIKliCl.AV
am) building SANDSTONE, suitable lor
constructing Furnaces, Ovens, Ac.
Among the pcriuauent STEUCTUEES AN It
IMPROVEMENTS, erected lor the must part by
the Company, arv?
ONE HOT-BLAST FUENACE, 33 ftet stack,
ll.'.'kKMh.
TWO 11LOWING KSGINES. FO'hone powir,
made t>v Hweeny A Hon, of Heading.
HOT-llLAM' AM'AUATUS, 'JS feet atom.
Ful'E MILES OF EAlLltOAD. gauge
sidings. switches, S5 and CO pound rail, welt lat.1
and luillastcd.
ONE MaWMILL. Turbine wheel, circular nws,
carpenter and ioutalwp complete.
frOUNDHY, Including cupola, molds, castings,
patterns, dc.
MACHINE AND BLACKSMITH SHOP, with
lathes, drills, Ac.
39 WOBCMENS* DWELLING HOUSES, double
and single gardens attached, in good order.
BTOBEHOUSES,ENUlNE HOUSES, OFFICE?,
Sheds, Coking Pits, Trtalla and all the Tram way n
Drifts, Openings, Stables ami other utructurus ami
excavations ncceaistnr lor the operation und maintenance
of an extended production ami shipment
of iron and cuil.
The worki have l?een in imctvsslul operation (or
several Tear*. They were laid out, worked and
enlarged under the immediate ?u|>ervliiion ol one
of the iante.1t manulacturers: the whole expenditure
on the property being upward of 5700.000
The blast Furnace has a rapacity of turning out
ten to twelve tons of pig iron per day frotn the
orei nn the estate, which iiroduct ha* ranked a?
No. 1 and 2 louudry (sray iorce aud white) iron in
the Ohio Ktvrr markets. The capacity can IkurestIy
meream J, at butUttle cuM, by the erection
of a secoud furnace, the site (or whie.li la selected.
There are but (ew, if any, sites more advantageous
lor the successful, continued and prolitanle
manufacture of iron; the lud, the tlux and the
orej being all on llieaame property, and connected
with tho furuacti by rail. Fig mm, with the
existing facilities, has been made by tho seasou at
a coat of flH per ton, and this rale can l?e least-lied
by improvements in contc mplatloti.
Further particulars, Geological and Mutiny AV
i;inerri' Jteporl, can Im> had ou application in Ilie
Uwolvcr, at 21 NASSAU STREET. HEW YORK.
THEODORE M. DAVIS, Receiver.
feTi
Union Depot Hotel,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
E. J. UNGER, - - - . Proprietor.
This Houseoilers superior accommodations to the
Public, and to threw whoarrive iu the city by rail,
it presents many advantages. All Passenger traius
of the Allegheny Valley Railroad, Pcnntylvgniu
Railrosd, Pan Handle, PUttborgh, F. W. A C,, Sc.,
Ac., land their passengers almost under the roof of
this liouie, and guest n of the tame are thereby
saved liuie, Annoyanre and Express charge*.
Uursts of this House are, without delay, uu arriril
In Pittsburgh, in quarters, and convenient, at any
moment, to step ou board of departing trains
MTbe House, pleasantly loeatcd in the business
centre, is lumished throughout in the best
manner.
PracticalIy tire-proof.
?"ThoCultinu Department is a leading feature, i
WBato, S3 CO per day. felft?S
TN THE MUNICIPAL COURT OF
1 WHEELING,
7 homas Hughes & Co. ")
vs. V lu Chanccry
fcuiau R. Hamilton and others, )
By virtue of a dccree rendered and entered on
the ihltd day of February, 1877, In tlio atmve entitled
cause, it was referred to one of tho Cotuunv
sioner* of the Municipal Court of Wheeling, to
examine, state, settle and report?to the Court an
account of the separate fstato of the defendant, |
bussn 1L Hamilton, of the liens upou tbe same, ur J
any part thereof, aud the respective amount* and '
prior flies of such liens,- and upon what poruna of
said separate each lieu it an incumbrance; aud of
the value of the real estate mentioned lu the bill
as belongtug to said separate estate, and of the remainder
ol said separate eatate; with any matters
specially stated deemed pertinent by the said i
Coniuilsraoncr, or which may bo required by any j
of the parties, ts be so stated. And it wai provided l
iu said decree that the Commissioner should give
notice of tho time and place of his proceedings under
said decree, and of the taking tbe account in
aaid decree oraeml, by publishing notice thereof1
prior thereto once a week for four auccaiiive week*
in the Wheeling Daily iNTKLUUKNcan, and that
auch publication should be equivalent to personal
service of such notieeontho partita or any of them.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner
of said Court, will, ou
SATURDAY, APRIL. 11,1877.
conmendng at 10 o'clock a. m., st his office. No.
1142 Chapline street, in the city of Wheeling, West
Virginia. proceed to take the accounts required
by aaid decrec, aud make repcrt upon tbe uutters
therein specitlcd as hemnbelore aet forth.
li. (1. 1IARK,
Commissioner Municipal Court of Wherllti.v
CAl.DWELL A CAl.UtVKI.L, Sola. mritK
JJDGOL.LOOS
Would respectfully announce to Use Han. memIters
of the eenate and Houseof Delegates and the
public in general that he keens a fine stock of Virginia
smoking snd chewing Toba%?. Tbe chsapesl
imported and Rev Wast cigars in the city. Also
manufactures seed and Havana Cigars, blagies and
lips. My store Is conveniently iocatad to the Capitol,
at Ma 70, Twelfth street. Odd Fellows Mall
building.* I would respecUu^r^olidt your pa"TS*
No. 70 Twelfth strsk
nomB.
\j >0U bags prttnstachole*(MM, In stare an.l
Mads. ?ACMULLT.
DRUCCItTS.
WANTED-SSV&i2?J
UoanaucM Uwre iano more iflininl raiMdjr tbu
Dr. Chapman's Horehound Balsam
WANTED-?'W
thouauuln of llinu airrad jr know, tlut lu make
aura of light ami wholeaome Biwuli aud Battri
Cakra, ton muit uae UK)AN, LtBT A GO'*
EXCELSIOR BAKING POWDER.
WANTED-S35KS5SI
Bingei n, and all |*raoua with t uuchi, Hoararnw
Bon: Throat, Ac., to try i.(KlAN, LIST A CU'rt
VOitPOVSb CHLORATE FOTASll T&G
CJIKS, the beat in tlx market.
WANTED--&??S?i
that (hit Ur*t war to build up a trade la to at-ll tin
iirat goods, and thut aouiv dealers have told ui thai
thry havr ioat thrir trade ?>y art ling inimor Bak?a</
Pwda Thry aay now they will aell onlj
Logan, Liat A (Jo's Kxcelator Halting l*o?dcr.
J?'i7Mw
ALWAYS GET THE BEST!
REED'S
COUGH SYRUP!
Do Not Neglect a Cold However Slight.
For COUGHS, COLDS, 1IOAKSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPINO
COUGH, Ac., uae
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
Then* is no Preparation equal to it. Try
it and be convinced.
REMEMBER! A>W for "hkkd'k Couoii
8YJIUT," and hesnrevoucctit.
rr.ICE 25 CENTS PHIS BOTTLE.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
AVhkblinu, Vi. Va.
BOLV BY ALL DEALERS IS MEDlCtSES.
LAUGHLIN BROS. & CO.
The Old Iff 112 House, now Twenty Year*
established, alwayi hato on baud aud in
nock
CHEMICALS.
Santonin I, Quinine, Morphia, Chloroform,
Strychnia, perfectly punt ami reliable.
PHYSICIANS'
Instruments, Suixical Appliances, Trusaca,
Union, of approred maker*.
DRUCCISTS'
Sundries, Scales, Spatulas, Morten, littles,
of all kiuds and style*.
CROCERS'
Drugs, surh as Cream Tartar, Wu, liorai.
Licorice, dc., in convenient aiaed liozn.
PURE SPICES.
I'rnpcr, Allspice, Cloves, Nutmeg*, Ginger,
either whole or gmuml in can*.
CHOICE WINES.
Maderia, Sherry, Cutawtm and i'ort, purr
for family use. '
SOAPS, SOAPS.
lolratc'1 and Boxlue'a itose, Honey and
OlyiTrlnc, nil fluely iwrluiucd.
BRUSHES.
Flue tuclUh and French Hair, N?U and
Tooth, well wado, of brat pattern*
d eZt
STOVES & HARDWARE.
J ) F. CAMS ELI..
Marble. Slate & Iron Mantles.
Common Urates, Tile ami all kind* of
Term Cotta Roods.
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOGETHER WITII A COMPLETE ASBORTMENT
OF
COOKING STOVES
And House Farnishini: Goods. We call
special attention to the
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate.
The most complete Grate in the market.
It can he seen in operation in Mr. Frank
Coin's line residence on the Island. Call
and examine.
1507. IJWMTA 1511 Main Hi net.
near IS. *V O. It. IC. Depot. mrO
STAR FOUNDRY.
BENJAMIN- FISHER,
Manufacturer of the celebrated
Valley Star Cook Stoves
I With the low down Copper Beierroir lor extension
I topi. Also a great variety o( ether Cook and llenltng
BtoTiw. A complete assortment of Marbelixcd
I Hlatc and Iron Mantels, Marble, Slate and Iron
| Hearths conatantljon hand.
| job casting done to order.
I nol." 1614.1C1C. 1618. 1620 A1622 Market fit.
CARDS
?AK1>?
CIBCULARS.
Our facilities by way of Machinery,
and the largo lino of fine
Stock on hand, enable us to do
Cards, Circulars, &c., in the very
best style, and at unorecedentedly
low prices. Wo shall be pleased
to .show specimens and give
Prices.
FREW & CAMPBELL,
1NTKLL1UEN CKIl OFFICE,
25 ua 27 FoirtMBth SI.
jy^ince meat.
ANDERSON'S MINCE MEAT.
akdebson'8 is the best.
ask yode grocer fob it.
task no Oram. No orau lm it.
M?9 vjLVjyxi A JJJLV/J.I
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
J^EKTIBTBY.
W? advlM tillihjy ?nUn| Dtntitiry *? to
1 tall on DR. UA8M1BL, where thry can have teeth
extracted witliout the attgheat pain and new tret h
SI In not to be known from the natural teeth,
it t* worn with comfort and care. All ca?*
warranted. Ofllre?Wo. 42 Fourteenth atrect, corn*r
of Mark?t. itfti
yy J. W. CO WD EN,
Attorney at Lnw.
Uflii**?No. 1222 CtMFLIXI ST.,
WUEEUNti, W. YA.
Prompt attention to all buainm cntruatcd to ray
can1. 1*7
11. COCHRAN,
Attorney nt. Law,
>220 CUArUKE fcTltKET,
lei WIIEF.I.IKd, W. VA.
^7IUJA?! PHILIPS,
JmtiM of the Puce k Reil Estate Agent,
No, GO Twelfth Sr., Wnuuxn.
Collection* ol all kindi made and procredB
| promptly remitted. jiit
yyiLLIAM F.RBKISE,
Attorney n t n m.
Oillcoof the late C. W. B. Alllion. No. lHOCbaplineatrtx
t, Wheeling, W. Va.
Will practice tn the State and Fedoral Court*.
BENJAMINS ALLISON, NoTAtr Public.
Ottoro n? altovc. delft
J DALLAS EWING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. M Twelfth St.,
UC" iir.I-.l.lI>iVr, W, VA.
Q C. OLMSTED, M.D.,
homeopathic physician,
omen?No. Wi 1'otbtkktih Ht.
WHEELING, W. VA.
OUicr llourt-H to 10 a. m. 1 to .H r. m. up2
11. HEARNfc,
attorney at law.
Oilice with Dauiel Lamb, No. 1.118 Market
Street. Office up Btairn.
au30
J^ANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank,)
ie4 Wheeling. \V. V?.
J OHN McCLAVK,
Attorney at Law,
Collection* promptly mado. Money loaned,
titlw guarnutfml. Not fa tiiwrountiil.
Will iiraciii-c In the Statu* ol Ohio and Wcat
Vtrgiuia.
Office, ror, Third and Market KrwsU, lu Itongh.
rrty Block, HtoulienTllle. Ohio. apl'1
15. CALDWELL,
Attorney ut Law,
No. G8 Twelfth St. (Next door to Odd
Fellow's Hall, first floor.)
mr21
m j. nuGXJs,
Attorney at Law.
Ojher 71 TvrHth Street, Wheeling, II', Fa.
Practices in the Courts of Ohio, Marshall
and Tyler counties, W. Va. novl7
TV ANIEL PECK.
u
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1404 Chnpline Street, Wheeling, W. Vm
e-'H
J AMES 1- IIAWIEY,
MERCHANDISE BROKER.
AN'I)
REAL ESTATE ACENT.
ixvans negotiated lor Lenders ami Borrower*.
12211 MAIN BT., WIIEEL1NO, W. VA.
j?21?
FINANCIAL.
OQH K. H omois, Brett. iiao. An amp, V. rrest.
M. A. CUAHUXJUt, Cashier.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
bucaaaar to the
FIKHT NATIONAL BANK OF WHEELING.
Capital I2&O.OGO
Tfaii Bant is oreaniawl and preparoit to transact
the busiuoasof banking in all iu detallf.
It succeeds the First Natioual Bunt of Wheeling,
la owtied by tlieaaiue shareholders and ia under tht
Minn mauagment.
By cartiullv regarding tfio interests ol it* Correspondents
and Depositors, and by a prompt and
ialthful execution of their wiahea, it bopea to merit
their esteem and conQdonce.
Notea and Billi discounted.
Collectlona made on all polnu throughout the
United bint to.
Deposit Accounts subjoct to check at alght r?w
cat red irum Banks, Bankers, Firms, Gorooratloni
and Individuals.
Cortlticatea o! Deposit Issued payable on demand
or at fixed dates.
Interest allowed on Hpecial Deposits.
siKCCroxa:
John K. Botalord, I Vm. B. Hiuipaon.
Jacob 8. Bbodes, W m. A. Turner,
Ueor^e Adams, John I. Hobbs,
Hcnrr M. Harper, ' i nivVl-d*w
Commercial Bank.
Capital, $100,000.
OFFICE?No. 1S0S Mala St.
Interest paid on Special Depaait*. Collection!
mailt'nnil proceed* promptly remitted. Amanita
ol merchants ami ollicni aolicittil.
snscxou:
Tbftfc H. Lial, I J. 1. Stiff],
K..1. Smyth. W.T.Bart,
.1. C. Thomas, Chaa. II. Booth.;
W. A. Wilaon, l
TIIOfcL II. LIST. Preaide&t.
J. I- BTIFEL, V. hrwt.
B. r. H1LPBETU. Quhier. 1*13
d. c. List. j antra Skybou.i>,
husky k. List, uirson Lahi:,
Wm. a. Lnrr, Hmntr W. Lot.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Capital, $100,000.
Stockholders personally liable ami representing
oyer ?S00,000.
Receive* Depoalta and lMaeonnta Piper.
1k*1j In Uold, Silver, Cola-DrafU and Sterling
Exchange.
Sella Draft* on England, Ireland, Fiance, (tommy
and oilier prominent parts of Europe.
Buvaand sella Government, State, City and Ballroad
Bonds.
Interval paid on Specul Deposit*.
Special attention rivm to Collection*.
1). C. LIST, Prwddent.
C. LAMlt, Gailiicr.
JOS. BEYBOLD. Aaalatant Qiahler. jalS
Exchange Bank.
J. N. Vannt, hrea't. Bam'l Laoohu*, V. P.
Ca|4tal 9300,000
Ltahlllly of fctuckholdara. 400,000
Thia Bank succeeds to the buineea of Um Uerehanta*
National Bank, and deaia in Coin, Coupoiu,
Commercial Paper and Billa of Exchange.
Interest paid on Special Deposits.
CoBectiona made ou ail poiuta and proceedi
promptly remitted.
Account* of Bon Intra and Itnrinasa Mm solid ted.
Stockholders liable to depositors according to tin
Constitution of the Bute tbsssmsat in Nation*]
Banka.
J.N.Vance, , H. Harkheimer,
L. S. Delaplaln, iXGotaoan,
KSSi
lie" lh' JOHN J. JONES, Uahier.
aiAiiu iuxuivu. XI, xi
MMCHAICT TAILORS.
THOS. HUGHES & CO
HAVE A FULL UHR OF
BLACK, BROWN & WHITE
Silk Scarfs
A FUU. ASSOKTMEN1
GLOVES,
COLLARS
MUFFLERS,
CUFFS, Etc.,Eti
Corner 12th and Water St!
de^O
J.H.STALLMAN&CO.,
Merchant Tailors
We have received for the
Fall and Winter Tiade
One o( the LAKGEST AND BEST S
LECTED STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to tiie city.
All the NEW STYLE!
?OF?
Pialn and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds,
Castor and Fur Beavers,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Good
Anil iiH styles of goods usually fouml in
find-claim establishment.
A fine line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD!
Always in store.
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY HUlill
in the city.
^rCall and look,at our good*.
No. 27 Twelfth St, Wheelim
e28
COMMERCIAL
Jos Printing
iu the executiou of
Artistic Job Printin
There is no office in West Virginia that h
a reputation equal to that of the
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
Their facilities for the execution of t
best class of work are not excelled by n
establishment.
CHECKS, SHOW CARDS
Business men will find the best place
get their POINTED BUSINESS STATlO
EBY in first-class style, and at reasonat
prices, is at the
INTELLIGENCER JOB OFFIC!
25 & '27 Fourteenth, Street.
JOSEPH II. SAGE,
13i:t Market feitroet.
Agent far the Celebrate!
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHIN
Oil, Nradlea and Attachments tor ail Modioli
1 chine*. AU makes ol Machines repaired proinp
hy a pactlcal workman. ana
JTOE FURNITURE,
JUICE CURTAINS, CORK ICES ?L MZRROJ
E. EDlfUNDSON A SONS,
139 Lie mm- Stxxbt, Pittsburgh, pj
?o7
311*
GROCERIES.
PANCAKE FLOUR ]
. Tor iftle by
' THOBURN Si, IlltO., ,
Coil Market asd Elkvfntii St.
fe24 -yybrr
tibuiku honey.
Fifty Boxes Choice ^
WEST VIRGINIA HONEY, i
Jam received by ?
fc24 T11QBP&N ii imo. j
Jos. Speidel & Co.,!
c
THE LEADING GROCERS. J
1
I Largest and Best Assorted J
Stock in the City.
I
H
C
Best Goods and Lowest Prices 7
K
*1
AT THE J
a
NEW! DOUBLE IRON FRONT
BUILDING. v
1416 Main & I4?7 Sooth Sts.
o
jalO .lust opposite D. 0. U. II. Depot.
0HEAP GROCERIKs?
YOU CAN BUY (
One lb. Ex. Young Htkui Tea fur
. One Hi. boimI Gunpowder Tea tor &<?'
i( One Ik iHtt (iuopowdcr Tea fur '.**
tine ll>. b?t Japan Tea lor....... -Wu
One lb. Root! Jai nn Ten for OOc. *[
Ono III. hwl Oolonj! Tea lor Sic.
_ oim lb. po<*l Oolong Tea fur........... '>*?*'- Twenty
II* ltirt) lor 81 ou
PEABL UEA1., C011S 8YRU1',
u4 vtiuiTrnn ni inc lowpri luatun
price*, at g
J. W. BAKTON'S, J
i 22m ?nd 22j3 Mincrr 8t., Ckxtbk Wheeling. ,
jo _ *
"Satin Gloss" Flour, j
n
w
A
i*
h
100 Bbls. Just Received.
ai
This it the finest quality of Flour J:
Is
IE manufactured, and has all the whole- *
some and nutritious qualities of the un- v
21
bolted Flour, combined with unequalled
> whiteness and purity. ,
J J
List, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
u<>ir>
M. RE1I.LV,
1
Wholesale Grocer & Pork Packcr,
3,
Noa. 1303 A 1311 SI AIN ifX,
5 WTSole Agent Dupotit Powder Mill*.
^1 A) OIL
In rtore ami arriving the following favorite* brands A
of Family and leaner Flour, vis:
% Hew I'rocef.-, iatnlly; Hnllalrc (Norton1#); fiolJ
). Medal (Drone A Co.) lanry; Aleshiru'a No. !.< ?
' M. ltKlLLY.
TJEF1KED 8TJQAB8.
A full line, cmbraclnc Crushed, Itowdeml, < trnnPS
ulated, block and the rartous gradat t f (Vifleu ami
Yellow aucur:. Just received and Mr gale by ~
M Kl.lLi.Y. L
VTKW ORLEANS BUOAll AND MO- *
1> LASSES.
I havenowinatockalnlliwp|>lyof strictly prime
JLouiibuia sugarand pniue to cbolce Mola** in,
riuceinenta ottered to purthast ri w no uiav want to
buy In lota. M. HfclLLY.
- piSD.
Prince Ueone'a Codfirii.
honeleflb Codtlsh in boxefc
Labrador liening in ilarreUand Halve?. fi
Uound Herring tn HarreJ* and Halve*. e,
No*. 1, J4 and 3 Mackerel in llnlv?-s and Kits. a
Lake Herring and White-lUh in llnlvc.
Jiut received and for wale by M. KKH.I.Y. }
gUNDlUES. Jj
In store at all tituea full line* of Green and lloat-i- G
??d Collet*, (ioldeu syrups, Virginia and Kentucky
I Plug and Twist Tobaccos, OUs, Bacon (toy own m
curing), Lard, Twu all atyloa and kinds, Canned tioodt,
l'ickle*. Hoa|H, boda, tiroce.r'* 1 ?rtipH. Ac., _
Ac., wuich I otter to the trade at lowest market. '
price*.
fast M. REII.1.V. q
MBlftSE
GUIDE
?*?trtify toippv tn tiir muATrriiu". '.'a lev* " ?
ivwtg ai..f niUlilln ?pu ij.Hjij ,w,t otl,i ntMprre it:tt i
ruuuiiu mtoruutiiMi, wUlrli 1.0nm> run atlor'l w !- trii- .
rUL'.U'V T? "fT*"!'' hraltli. mil eomplnion.ai'.'.l *
1 ?? X'UU.. the l-u and ir
9 T M. HAWLEY. I
M. a
CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER d
AND BUILDER. f
?* Special attention piven to ltoolini: mnl r<~ J
liiirins of Itooin ol all kinds.
1<
AGENT FOR IIETZ'S SASH LOCK. S
All work done when promised. ?
L. Offiee-'.ISO iUr.EET St., aliovc Market '
Home. Keaidencc, 51 Fifteenth Street. J
i*l" "U'ngKMXG, W. X*.
J UST IiKCEIYEll-ANOTHER l.OT OK t
DIRT BARROWS.
lie
Th1* Pr,r" pu^ them within the retch of errrv- ]
bodr lhat hu u?. fur a WbaJbamiv
1 bite aim on haud a No. 1 HEAVY WAGON, (
uiUblu for haullQK l'i* Metal. Iron or Htoon. This
wagon was rattle by one of our hrst dtr maker*.
It t? oBrred at a tery low price. Ull and wv lu j
JACOB SNYDER, ;
1405 MAIN ST11EET. '
noSO r
SECRETS. *
allklml or Jiiarawa. *l,h hunrtmi* ot valuable- rmipta.
E?Ih> IkiuIU marry .the iiiihriiiiiirtita to marriaf*. their i.a- 1
, turaaiultiirr.l rvala on all l?tra*r?, luliv ripiaintnst.-i.I
cam. , tymptiifiiaatiit itiranilurnrri u la thaunlr rrallv J
wifotifle ?,.rk uilhr kind **rr puUiahni.ami laruniplrtc
in rvvir rraprrt. hent a^urrlr a*a!nl?in mvipt ot J? rt?.
AUdrrtt. Jir. C. A. IIoiian j?as. tUI tioxtU Ktr.h UrtO.
M. I<ima. Ho. tUtoUI.ah.tl m Hg. CUM
w. U. CALDWSLL, A. X. 9MITII, A. K. BTKVICTSOS J
rttt t. Urewer. Munnzcr *.
smith & c<>., ;
Brewers, Miltateri & Hop Dealer..
? <
la- . Having thoroughly murraUxl the Wheeling 1
Uy BrawcrT,and change] lu entire management by
1 "iytgPg11 J?*ot Block Company, and tiladna Mr. ?
? A. E. SMITH in eharj^ of the Brewing Imparl- f
went, we are now prepared to iumiali J
^ SMITH'S CET.KRKATED ?
B'TTDI. Mil A WBBETT ALES, PORTER, A&,
u -ni^MkiiriASwm, t
nnsaco.'
^-'X' " V-i ' '
: r> . '
TRANSPORTATION.
j > ALTIMOKE & OHIO kAILBOAD.
liu IgMBEg?
Ou aud alter January 1-1. 1877, hwnt* Dates M|
ill run m iu?om>~Waie]lag lime:
luirr-DODHD. No. 6. No.7? Mo. l?|Mo48* : .''i"!
leawa? a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
rb?ltt? MO IOM MO 7:45
Anitaav? P.M. I p.m. J
trails 11:06 sj5 11:?] 4*0
p.m. a.m.
[ par 117 TS3 uo|
umber land? ? Its *.M0 ?10i
urumbotk 0:2c 6:45
Vaah'tou City.......... y.10 MS
lultluiotu luittj lldOl '
a.M. J . SIM
hlladalphU LID
lew York 625 |
*Ually eirept humlay. , /vS
No. 7 mu|w at all Htauona between Wheeling sod . J)
uuiberlaint; Nu. ??towat all Htattona betwwu
Vbeehunaud Uralton; No. 6 makes direct oonncc>
ion* lor all poluta Bouth.
ifwtbocmd. Mo. b. No. 1* ,No.lO,
Vheooilng M&aji illftPJl 1638P.M. ' .
ArriTu k??
AiiMVillc 12:06 PM 8:50 M &60A.M.
iewark M?0." 10:05 ? 4.-00 "
Multibus. 8:1ft ? fcBO"
andusky.?.?. 7:00 " 10:80 11
ayton 7ui0 l^ftr.M.
luciunati 8:00 " IMdA ?;*
uulsvulc......... 12&5NM 7:45 p.m.
umanapolH 11:S6p.m 12:40n'n
t. Louis..... 8jua.M 8:45P.M.
htcano........ &aUA.k USD
"Uallv rxrrpt Huadty. .
Nua. ft uud iu make clow eon uection at Colurabua
ir all iHiims bouth and Southwest; at ChlMgo (or
II |<olutn West aud Northwest.
ijoa-huuml trams make connections at Baltimore
>r Philadelphia, New York and Boston. At Waahictoii
City lor a!l points Mouth.
\Vtnt?liouud train* inaku direct conncctlona (or
U principal pomu Westand Northwest.
huliiuim l'alate can ou all night trains.
WHEELING, PITTS. & BALTIMOBB DIV.
Loam daily- I MrrtTesdally at
If heel 1U* 7:55 a. m.hVashingtou.k'a 10:40 a.m
4:24 p. in. fctop.ni
hxeept Sunday. | Exctpt Uunday.
Tictcts to nil principal points on sals at Depot.
ttuv opuu at all houra duruiR the day.
THOSJ. IL SHAB1',
Muter o( Transportation.
B. T. l>t VBlEa, Men'l Agent. )al&
1LBVEEANU A PITTHBUBOil BA1LBOAD
J L UMJXMUU) TIME LARD.
UTiflHSF 11 ' 3^
S?Mcy-*^'..W ^-t^WF-TWi
tin and alter December 4, 187G, Traim will rur
wily. tvscvpt hunday,) lullowt, vir:
aooommo. | mail julraim.
laava.
eilaiAu 6:65 a. u. 10:60 a. u. 8.00 k u
ridKoiort.6:05 " 11:00 " 8:10 "
lartin*a i-crry... 0:13 ' 11:08 8:17 "
arrange- 6:48 *' 11:5(1 " 8:10
teubenville 7:06 " liOfip.ii. 4:08 "
icIifVUiu?. 8.-J0 1:86 ? 6:60 "
ochwuu ?:30 " 2:30 " ; 6:40 '
A) WW.
10:85 44 8:40 ' 7:4^ "
.llooiik....... 6:56 r. x. W0 " 12:1 j a. m
,arml.ur>; .. 11:06 " 2:40 A.M. 8:66 "
altimortu ?i ?. TM "
>'a*lnnjttou 1 ............... 0.1 i "
hiladelphla.......| 8:10 a.m. 7:00 " 7:85 '
!cvIorLMM?.i 6:15 " 10:15 " 1026 M
oi-Utn.. 4:60 p. m 8 40 r.m.
Jlam t ...^..^0.. 12:28 " 6:16 r. u.
utcuj a. ....... i:2? " 6:08 " . Vi
iudaou. 1:55 " 6:33 '
lett'land-.......... 8:10 " 7:86 "
t- Way no. ~. 12:01a.m. 8:20 a. if. ??~~..
Incago 7:20 11 lfc20 "
Accommodation Tram leaves Bellalre at 4:40 p.m
id arrive* at ftieubcnrillu al 6:16 r. m.
pjnxi.il accommodation tralna lave Bellatie at
fkj a.m. and 12:50 ?. m.; Bridgeport 10:06 a.u. and
(* p. m.; arriTc nt Martin's Terry 10:16 a.m. and
16 p. m. lU'turnine leave Martin'a Ferry at 11:80
. m. and 8:'.0 p. m.; iJridK?port,ll:40 a.m. and .WW
.m.; arrive al Ikilairo at 11:56 a. m. and 8:46 p. m.
Tickets to all principal polnta In tho fcnst and
hm can be. procured at the Union Ticket Oflite
I'Lurc lloune, and at tlie station at Bridgeiwri.
F. 1L &1 VEILS,
dcS General Pawnjtcr and Ticket Aacnt.
rjirrsBDiiGn, Cincinnati * bt. louw
L 1UIL W A Y- I'A S-1UKDLB R 0 UTR
Ttie Direct Lino to tbo Nortbweat, W?t aiia
bouthwest.
CONDENSED T1AIK CAKD.
Taking effect November 2Clli, 187C.
Jv tt.r Wat (aid bouih Ivta (Wniiifc"* i <
(i'tuiiJuc. hc'l Ex. ienoi 'il
'rHlulpgt. U20 r.ui. 1J0 u. muriu.
HtruliMiTlila. 12:M nan. 10:07 ? fi-m <
IfimiMiu aw " UJM ?. *.?,
J*" * *45 ' 2:20 pan.
toiumbiu..... 6:03 ' SM " 10.16 ?on.
rlxinilou^ 7:01 ' 4:48 ? 1U1
XHIUU jj-to ?? J2.:K? khj.
lfartou 7:30 ?
UncinnnU lfcM a.m. &U0 3:16 "
lXlllKTUi. lite Lm. 7; 45 ..
'J 11 ti" and bout A (riaZancnviUc.)
.'?? ZfliKuvilie.r.l 8:30 ?.m. 8:10 u.in. """"
.Wo litncontcr...110:16 &u ' '
wasiiin^l iiil?'J7 p.ni. 7 ir,
Wiliniwiit'n | 122 " 8:10 ?
Morrow I 2;io ? u.w ?
UndnnaU?| 4*1 " Ml 1.
7b H,mt atut Aorthwut <Tl? tailupnnm.) lud/Pic.
Chir
Line Ji*. Ex. ?*.
. , a. u. a. u. r. u. r.m.
Columbus 8:03 10:16 8*0 M0
Urbsxuk. 7:40 &46 7:?o SatfS
1 ,Ua 8:3S 0:88 y.m
IUCIiuoqj loss aji
, , r. m. ' .'
Indianapolis.....? 12:40 G.55 11:25
Kt. Ixiuia. 8:45 A> Ut
Wutupon 2:2i &05 a,-06
7:40 7*0 7*0
?ri'u!lm*n ltoiwlng Boom and bleeping Ura *
row birubcnvillo anj Columbus ihrousnspttAout
iuui'j>,\u Cincinnati, Louurllio, ln<ii?napoi|t inj
ij.Louig, and from Colutubua to rhi/^?n
Tlio tilnuurv aeekur or tboaeaeekim; Jioma in Iht
Vat, ahould call ou or addreaa the undcraignrd lor
Uu,? .u,Wta- land drculara and furacr
lnlorinatiou.
., IV. L O'BRIEN.
?.iJ 1?*" "ni1 Tlck" Agent, Ho. m Hlsb
cruet, Uoluintma, Ohio.
p > CAPITALISTS
)r Parties of Small Means Desirous of
Engaging In 6rape Browing,
Caal Miningor Market
Gardening.
ntronnt ol advanced i(o 1 iq deairoua ol
fuamiutt m j icamciicc, ana tnerolore oner for sale
iv larui situated onpmutc the ctt y of Wboeliog, oil
in river tank, midway between Bridgeport and
Inrtin'M Kerry, and immediately adjoining tbo *11m?
of Aftnavlllo. The property rnnsists of CO
rrwi ol hill and tablo laud aud 15 of river bottom.
ii the liill there aro two aeatiis of coal, b% and
tot thick, three depoalu of liineatouc, an 8 loot
ein of close texture mud or free atone, an 18 loot
eln ol inarl, which altogether make a aoll and an
ndcrlying hed ol de|>oilta of a rich and valuable
naractcr.
On tlir surface, the larger portion ol which lies
uttly sloping to tlie oast, and all under direct exwiure
to the aun, ia a Vineyard ol 80 acre*, mostly
atawba gTapca, all in hue bearing corwiiUon, about
. Ten ream old, which haa proven itaulf able to pay
handaoiua ?*r cent to the cultivator.
The property ia belnu aptiroached a bore and be>w
by nn advancing tide ol peraona aeeking amali
oinesteadu, and la now really the only unoccupied
rritory between Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry,
t is valuable as an Investment for capital aeeking a
if? purciianu, aud Taluablo to those who want mnret
gardening ground cIom to tbo city. It fronta
eautlfuiiy upon the river and commands a view of
ho city, the lalaud and the whole acenery ol the
alley. ?-v
The terms of aale will bo owthird caah, balance
n two annual paymrnU. 8 per cent intereat on derrred
payments. For further partlculani inquire
f HICilAUD CliAWKORl)
(hi the prcmlaca, or by mail at Bridgeport, Ohio.
[*p8
DR. BUTTS'
DISPENSARY j
Thirty yaiarsprrtmrr in thp ticatsaenl oftitxu&land
;tiroui J IJiicokCH ol both ?r?r?.
mralctizr h-.tinTN'marrlaifUaMf.
?" aJflSZL, a l'liyaiolocrtcat Vlewof Marnaa <
fr " * j my Inrthaimnvftlaiid tho??? eomrmpUUti;;
M J.VLmjXf mwritsv, on the mytHrnru ol r*tm*locU ' ,
B li||( (1|n gmft inUnniiiM ot youth,
usiilio-nJawlwnniaulukxl .\niliiiwnur.iu'okntauwz".
ur mulitiit, whirl, lUould (mi tu-pl uwkr luck tau
Icy. >'-nt nnilrrgrml tt>r?ocU.
A rnrvATE KEDICAI. TREATISE on all
f a iTivato Nature in Ooiii ?c*c?. tho abu,** ami Ui*?
r I-Tant(l,n*rsual?vitrm.mnilUiciiM?MalCur(.UtfpM|M
i-ithrnrrvrtnt*. iratanikmlturSSruKEDICAL
ADVlCKun bcuulsod Chnmfa> Dihmm.
miiul W takii?-??. CaUMli. Caiirrr, UuUurr. the Upturn
taint. a.vi pasr work wni uiidrr i ?l for l? fh-AU
hi?<i book* ronMinilTB 400 pooea HlrrrrTthUNtwma
nowlng on th? subjccl. aont securely araled on roelpt
or <10 Cta. AdilrrM. Dr. Butts' Dispensary,
io.12 N. 8th ?t-.8U Louis, Mo. iL-mU-i-a 1*3*
pniLLIP ERA ILLY,
U3STDERTA TTRB,
No. 1140 Mam tti:, lionnaooK'a Block,
lakes a specialty ot his PATENT METALLIC
WHNKR.H for Caskets. The advantage derived
rom this patent is that they allow an expansion of
he wood in the Qudtct, but prevent it from falling
part, so that In cane of a removal the Casket will
e found entire, instead nf in pieces, as It anon
rould in without the tueof the Oorowa." Orders
r funcrala promptly attended to. ?u5
^ SmNMETA
Paper Box Muufaotonr,
Ion. 1211 and 1213 Main Street, tip atalra (old
In inn Hall), ia now prepared to make an kinds of
fencr and Plain Paper hraea in aa good styk and
taaiowpricaaaa any house In tbo country. Oren
lrom ths country promptly attandad to. Ja20
MATIN GL0H8 FL0U1L
Another lot of lMi edetsated Frail? Flour, toe
eat In the market, jtnt received by
un, DATKsroxr * FIXES,
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