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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, April 03, 1877, Image 3

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Dcliterod by Carrier* in City 16c per week.
auu-wimi.
By mail, in iidtmat, potiagf yrryald.
One ts 001 hJx month* 91 60
WEEKLY.
By PiaU, in cJianot, pottage jnrpniJ.
*)n? year |1 P01 tlx month.. Si 00
In Clube of Fto. .. ?l 43 wrh.
In Club* of Tcu 1 40 otch.
In CJuhe of Twenty 1 20 mh.
And an ixtrj cnj.jr to pcraou witting up Club.
VTbe ktove prictfl arc invariable, limit at
our risk, tn Drafts or I'oetofllce Money Order*,ami
*hw neither of theee rim Ni procured, tend the
money In a t.(\l.itircJ Lettir.
MK INTKlLlOEKCElTwIll present dally tha
nowa In all detriment*, from all quarter* of
the world, u well as a complete record o( local
Teats.
THF. WKEKLY la prlntfd on Tburaday, and can
Ijn had at the counter. In paid cuTelopm.rvad y
far mailing. "Sead a cvpy to abttnt friend*
and relatiitt ttUA n?fi /rvw? homtl
rtUU^CBHEItS.?IVnona desiring to haro the
Daily Intkm h.jcm kjx left rvguUrlyat their
imld' nn-i In the city and auburlM. can U>
niTod by leolnc their addriat at Counting
Uoom, or by drop letter tbrongh the poatofflce.
TO tONTKinUTOliy.?>'o attenUon will be nld
to anonymous r?.iiiinunloitlon?; rtery article
must Ik- Hccompanlid by the writer'* real tiamo
and addrew.
Iliuintu I-f Um Jm uj ihould be tiildrtutd "Frrw
fc Oiwanil thoxtid in no out U addiaud to
rilhn ituiirUlval rutul/rr <tf the firm ly name.
the faniiio.vs.
[ Krcin tbo Ntw York Woil I.]
Fkencii Dbmsbs.?French importations
of spring dresses arrive each week
at this Reason of the year, confirming
anew some of the dc*ignfl already received,
and milling more varied novelties.
Tim* far the polonaise i* the over dress
most often seen on both rich and simple
costumes. While a dissertation might
be written oil tho various shaj>es of this
garment, its distinctive features remain
the same. The newest patters have but
one dart in each front, and this dart extends
to the foot of the garment; the
greater number are fastened on the left
side, and the same proportion have Ion;;
back seams beginning on (he shoulders,
nil of them are plain over tlie tournure,
in Marguerite fashion. Verv elaborate
polonaises are seldom of uniform *ha|>e;
they differ not only in being draped differently
on each side, but their Korea are
unlike; an, for instance, there will be only
one long gore from shoulder to foot,
whilo all the other forms are cut off like
li.umtiM ltmi Imvn BiMinmtt* fllcirtii. In
*"H "> ?* y. ?-- ? ,
l'ingat put* blue stitching on brown
cloth, mandarin on olivo, ctc.
Among other simnlo and stylish dresses
are those of fine delaine in tho smallest
pinhuad cheeks of color and white.
These have a Hilk skirt with a polonaise
and sleveless jacket. A model that will
nerve for dencription in of brown and
white check on a s^ftl brown silk skirt,
trimmed with knife-pleating of the silk,
and galloon brocaded in Indian colors
and design. Thenilk nkirt has n llounce
of the wool from the knee down, made
straight, and edged on the bottom with
rose-ienf pleating of brown silk. To
keep the front of tho dress llat, this deep
llounce has no gather* in the front ami
side breadths, but is quite full behind,
where it forms a fun train. The long
wool polonaise (also edged with pleated
silk( has a long dart in each front reaching
to the foot, a brown silk plastron, and
white ivory buttons with brown centres.
J list below the tournuro bands of India
galloon cross the back, and there arc
bows and flowing ends held by pearl
hackles. The galloon also trims the
waists instead of cuffs, and passes around
tho neck, ending in asutwz moi bow and
streamers. The sleeveless sacquc has long
seams from the shoulders, is edged with
knife-pleating, and laps in front to form
tabs, with a single button in each.
The Newest Prinoesse Dresses for
spring are light Algcrienno or Knickerbocker
woolens in dashes of blue, green
or brown on white, with silk of another
color for sleeves and for flounces. Thus
blue and whito soft Algerienne wool prinresse
dresses have Bide gores, knife-ploating?,
pockets, collars, and sash cuds ol
ashes of-roses gros grain. Tho draper;
is unequal, being massed horizontal pleats
on one side, while tho opposite gore is oi
plain silk, on which square bows of silk
are laid. The foot of tho dress is cut out
in square?, and silk knife pleating* border
tho skirt. Tho inevitable pearl butv
tons appear on all such dresses. These
beautiful dresses will be copied by thrifty
ladies who wish to modernize partly worn
dresses, as one good dress may bo made
of two old ones, or the beHt parts of a hall
worn silk dress may bo combined with
one of the new woolenstuffs.
ton Evening Dresses tho princessi
style prevails, and for these gay dresseis
laced in the back, haa a square neck
and a Medicis collar, and n separate
square train without a particle of dra
pery, and suggesting a regular cour
train. The richest dresses of this kim
have some of the gores of light groa uraii
and other gore* of the newchenellegauz
of gay colors. For instance, a sky blu
gros grain princesse dress laced liehin
will have the front side gores?which bt
gin now on tho shoulder and extend t
the foot?made of chenille gauze in whic
appear llolbein green, sky blue, tilleii
and rose-colored dashes, and the trin
tuing around tho bottom will be, nc
tlounces, but & broad ruche made up (
rnant pinked silk rullles of each of th
colon in the gauze. The back, wit
I
square train and no drapery, ha* also ?
gauze gore on each aide from neck to foot
The neck has a Medicis collar in th<
back, with wire to hold It in ihipe. while
the front is a low souare, trimmed will:
ruches of silk of the four colors am:
white lace. The plainness of this drew
is its great beauty. It is intended lor t
graceful figure that can dispense witl
the adventitious aid of scarfs, drapery
and fancy pockets. The sleeves are lonjj
tight coat sleeves, with gauze cut)*.
The fnew mandarin yellow and tillei
shades are seen in some of the richesi
evening dresses* There aregauzedressei
with cross stripes of inaudarian and
cream color, made over trained skirt* o
cream colored silk that are ftnishet
around tho bottom with a wide box
pleated ruche of silk pinked on tho edges
The gauzo ba?que is round, with a broai
Josephine belt made of seven folds o.
silks, showing both deep mandarin am.
pale cream tints. The long round over
skirt ii trimmed with fringe, and there ii
a row of diagonal folds of silk on th<
apron to match tho front of the basque
which is fastened on tho left side. Thi
drapery behind forms one long soft bar
row puff, held in place by folds and knob
of the silk, beginning at the waist and ex
tending to the end. While regular sashei
are not worn, there are manv arrange
mcnts of these lengthwise silk folds, knoti
and loops for holding up tho skirta o!
over dresses.
A novel idea is that of introducing
Algeriennc wool and Knickerbockei
stuff* for the over drcscea of full dresi
toiiettett. TJicae goods now come in suet
delicate grounds of tilleul, cream, ant
pale blue, with dashes or stripes of graj
Oriental colors, that they aro as expensive
aa brocades and velvets, and they fal!
naturally into the soft draperies now hc
much liked. A polonaise of wool wilt
tilleul ground ha* raised threads in Unci
of Holbein green, blue, and Veauve red
! trimmed with tassels, each one of whicl
others, the two materials that now enter
into every other drew are most irregularly
arranged, one material disappearing
suddenly and reappearing in an unexpected
place, while the other fabric in
found where it has never been used before.
Knickerbocker woollens with tufted
thready wiry camel'* hair in quadrill*
design*, soft caiuel'd hair plainly
twilled, black silk, black damask grenadine,
and the new^azeline barege of dark
navy blue, are the material used for
these new over dres&es. For the first
warm d^ya, when wraps can be dispensed
with, are the camel's hair polonaine of
gray, cream color and drab, with elegant
chenille galloons of darker shades and
fringes of fantastic Moorish designs.
For more novel over dresses for young
ladies aro the Knickerbocker ami Algerienne
wools, with raised threads of India
colors on cream or blue grounds, or else
the monotone gray or brown Knickerbockers,
richly trimmed with knife
pleattngs of silk, lireton embroideries,
strings of pearl buttons and fringes.
Some of these have large buckles and
clasps of faceted steel for holding their
drapery in place, while others are entirely
without draping, hanging plain from
the waist, and still others are caught
back by Breton bands. ltlack silk polonaises
are made with llat pleatings from
the neck down the middle ??f the hack to
match the fan trains with which they are
worn. Black grenadine polonaises have
large dauia>k figures, aro draped differently
on each side, and arc caught up by
long looped b'jws of black satin ribbon;
the trimming id ruches of French lace,
itul jabots ol late witli ends oi ?atin
ribbons hanging in the shells. The new
navy blim gu-r.^lico barege (or limn wool)
is made up with tbo rich gros grain of
the same shade, and trimmed with a
transparent galloon, and .-idi fringe in
which threads oi mandarin yellow and
the newVesuve red are introduced. Light |
tinted smoked-pearl buttons are used on
both dark and light cloth*.
Clotii Dresses of light quality are
uiNde up with postillion basques and long
over-skirta with square sides and llatlv
pleated backs. These dresses are meant
to be very useful and simple, hence rich
fringes are not used, but the overskirt
has a deep hem or silk facing (from two
to three inches wide) above which id a
single row of very wide galloon. Still
others have five or six parallel rows of
sewing machine stitching in place of the
galloon, and in some instances this stitch
I is bcwed on separately to form fringe
Such garment* are rnado with oper
square necks, Martha W aahington slee ves
and sash folaa of tilleul and cream groi
| grain; the lower skirt is of tilleul silk, 01
dee of deeper olive or Holbein greeu.
New Fabrics for Drksseh.?A line
(half transparent material,called gazelitu
barege, is made of pure llama wool o;
I very light quality. It in like beige ir
appearance, though much finer, andis it
dark rich colors, instead of the natura
brown and gray mixtures of de beige
It is especially* admired in navy blue
made up with silk ami trimmed witl
galloon and fringe. It is also shown ir
myrtle green, nut brown and tilleul. Tin
woolen buits necessary at the seaside ani
nice traveling Presses will l>e made o
this fabric, hunting resembles it in ap
pearauce, but is more atift' and wiry
Another wool tissue, also to be used foi
traveling dresses, is shot with colon
showing Knickerbocker effects by havinj
rough threads of dark shade raised 01
the smoothest surface. All-wool bour
reUq is shown for similar costumes, and
is more expensive. It has raiecd figure!
of tiny leaves or flowers, or perhaps oulj
dashes of color.
NewSilk (SooDd are soft, like rau
f-ilks thinly woven. They come in irrcg
' ular stripes, dashes of color in knottec
threads, brocaded lines, and in tish-icali
patterns in Turkish and Persian colors
showing much olive and bronze, anc
quaint green shades oddly combined witl
blue and gray and cream color. Mix
tures of silk and wool show similar
designs in larger figures and broadei
stripes.?Harper's Ihzar.
Xoveltii*in Dress.?At the ball it
the Grand Opera House, Paris, in aid o:
the Lyons silk weavers, white and ivorj
tints predominated, being worn as a son
of uniform by the patronesses and elegames*
While the toilets were largely
light colored,there were some, however
that represented the rich new geranium
reil and the vivid orange shade, known a
mandarin or nasturtium, which is thi
imperial color of China.
The new bodices are generally cui
jaas busquea, with live seams .it the bacl
in-toad of three; still, numbers of lh<
ladies appeared in short ones, with a ne*
style nf skirt which set nt naught cornel
j dissimulateurs, cuirasses, &c. The skirt
| of these innovations are abort in front
making the feet ami ankles conspicuous
and the fullness unfolds from under the
arms toward the back, which ends in ti
very long train, a la cardinal, that can In
easily thrown over the arm when tin
wearer is desirous of having it out of the
way.
Another Curious Novelty, disclosei
at this ball, and likely to be imitated al
others, ia a low-necked cuiraase bodice
bordered round the shoulders and lowei
part of its circumference with garlaudi
appropriately called *'N'y..touches pans,'
an the atalka of these tloral adornment
are thorny.
A Parisian Knick-Knacks terme<
"Cupid's Market," and in favor for thi
cotillion,deserves mention. Itcomprise
a pair of cardboard scales, covered witl
gilt paper, which are hung over twi
baskets, one containing small hearts fo
ladies and the other somewhat large
ones for gentlemen. The couple whi
conduct the cotillion distribute these ti
the dancera. Each couple, after lmvinj
waltzed once around the circle, plact
his and her particular heart in the scale!
It they do not weigh exactly the sami
amount, the pair are separated, and tin
lady haa to aland up in the centro until i
gentleman appears whoso heart has th
same intrinsic value in point of ounces
The "Foire aux Legumes," or vegetabl
fair, is a similar ligure; in this are heap
of cardboard carrots, turnips,, radishei
eta, in place of the hearts, which, seal
tern! among the company, must diacove
their corresponding vegetable in th
dance.
Tho Iiiktc.st From Alrlcn.
(An anticipation of ? Un lev' next letter to the I
Y. Herald.)
Old Katnbuster disputed our passag
through his kingdom. He demanded a
Ihe price of passage through his territor
4,000 casks of rum and a hundred whit
wive?. 1 was obliged to parley with th
old fellow, and after six days of inceaaat
palaver reduced hia demand to a pint c
gin and u worn-out razor. "Yours are
wonderful people," said old Kambuste:
as he smacked hia lips over the fee h
had exacted. Ilis cabiuet, who were wit
him, waited in vain for a drop. Rambus
ter, noting signs of impatience amon
them, and divining the cause, had thei
all killed on the spot. "Cabinets," he r<
marked, "must be taught to know thei
place. I always kill mine when they a<
contrary to my wishes, and salt thei
down. There is always plenty of goo
material at hand to form new cabinet
1 Besides, my policy in thia matter keep
down aspirants for my place."
Kambuater had been a great fighte
He had loat all hit; limbs in battle, lej
and arms he had none, noae and ea:
| were bitten ofl', and one oyo was gougt
: out. "My bonea are whitening on mar
a battle-tield," he aaid once, proudl;
"yet with one of your former great state
uion, I can, with propriety, say, 'I sti
' live.", He has recently conquered tl
neighboring province of Yum-yum, ar
annexed it to hia own kingdom, havit
killed all the inhabitants and salted the
' down for winter's provisions. "It is n
1 way of living on the enemy," he rcmar
1 ed.
He had heard of the Bennett duel. 1
s trust the report that James G. is comii
here ia true, he aaid. "I would man
: him to my two eldeet daughters, and gi'
him the kingdom of Polo. Do you thir
ho would like Polo?" he asked. I to
t him that my chief would probably lil
1 l'olo better than tho girls. "And post
1 bly better than his father-in-law, toe
p aaid the mutilated old wretch. "But I
o need not fear me; 1 would confer on hi
u complete and thorough matrimonial so
> ereignty. Besides, there is no moth?
o in-law. I ate her nix months ago. S
, *** a Tar? woman'? "he was tender;
}*ttened her up to400 pounds. West
? have some of her corned iu the rov
larder. Tell your chief that, it he com
>f and marries into our family, he can f
e & time live on his mother-in-law if r
h with her."
I Tin: PROBLEM OF LIFE.
The Irishman who read the newspaper
5 wrong aide op, when asked what nowa, re>
plied, "Rig atorm at aea; ships upaide
i down." Equally understood are the worka
I and dissertations that treat upon those
, vital questions whereon hinge the success
or failure of every person's life. To many
life ia n aealed book, and though they live
1 to old age. they die ignorant of the power
i that liea dormant within them. The recent
' work, "The People's Common Sou ho Mud>
leal Adviaer," from the pen of It. V.Pierce,
i M. D., of Uuflalo, N. Y.? diaouuea these
L matters fully uud ablv lu their varioua
i phases. Price $1 60. Nearly 1,000 pages.
| illustrated, bountl in cloth and gilt, and
r about 100,(00 copieshavo already been aold.
Addroia the Author, It. V. Pierce, M. I).,
\ Buffalo, N. Y. _
IMC. Nt llENl'H'N NTAMDAIII)
KEflEDIEN.
The standard remedies for all diseases of
I the lungs are HCIIKNCK'H PULMONIC SYfl
UP, Hchbnck's 8ra Wkkd Tonic, aud
Senrm'k's Mandkakj-. Pills,und if taken t
before the lunga are destroyed, a speedy <
cure ia effected. ?j
To these threo medicinca Dr. J. II- j
Schenck, of Philadelphia, owes his unri- c
vailed succoss iu the treatmeut of pulmo. ]
nary disease. n
Tno Pulmonio 8yrup ripena the morbid i
matter in the lungs. Nature throws it ofl c
by an easy expectoration, for when the a
phlegm matter is ripe a slight rough will j
throw it off, the patient has rest aud the .
lungs begin to heal. n
To enable the Pulmonic Syrup to do j
this, Schenck's Mandrake * Pills and I
Schenck'aSca Weed Toniomustbe freely I
used to cleause the stomaeh and liver. I
Schenck's Mandrake Piiis uct on the ?
liver, removing all obstructions, relax the n
call bladder, the bile starts freelcy, and the n
liver ia aoon relieved.
Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic is a gentle
stimulant and alterative, the ulknli of
which it is composed mixes with the food
and prevents souring. It nsiisti the digestion
l?y toning up the stomach to a hcnithy
condition, so thnt the food und the Pulmonic
Syrup will make good blood. Then
the lungs heal; und the patient will surely
get well if care is taken to prevent fresh
cold.
All who wish to consult Dr. Schenck,
either personally or by letter, can do so ut
his nrincipal ofhec, corner of Sixth und
Arch streets, Philadelphia, every Monday.
Schenck's medicines are sold by all drug|
gists throughout the eonntry.
I ?
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL t
I ? ? >
BY TELEGRAPH.
I ' 1'ublic Debt Statement.
? WAsniJfOTOX, April 2.?The following 1
5 is a statement of the public debt for the 1
1 month of March: J
f nKBT MURINU INTKHE.1T IN COIN.
Hi* j>cr cent bonds 9934,877,050 J
> Five percent bond* 703,2 6,6 o <
, Four-and-a-half per cent bond* .... 6d,U)Q.l(J0 \
l Total coin bonds ....$1,689,143,700 ;
; DKBT BRAR1XO INTER KIT IN LAWFUL MONRY. (
i l.iwful money debt - 81 I,**>0,000
. Matured Debt .... .. 6,052,3110 4
[ DJIUT DLA 111X0 SO INTRRIffT.
j Lejjal-tender* .. - 8362,721,296 t
Certificate* of deposit Ji.166.iJUU j,
' Fractional currency 23,440 f?12
Coin certificate* 48,279,400
r Total without lutcrot $469,fi96,20S
- Total debt |2,777.!MK.21* ?
J Total interest 27,029,977 ?
CASU IN TUR TRR4SURY. 4
' Coin SJfl.818.285 '
* Currency 8,181,843 J
1 Special iV[x?iis held for redemption
I of certificates ol deposit - 35,153,CG0 i
Total in Treasury 8I30,1SS,148 J
DKtlT I.KS1 CASH IN TUB TRIAS CRY. ,
f Debt Iett.1 ca>ii In treasury 82,085,781,113 J
Decrease of debt during March 14,107 (1C .
Dtcrenite tlnco June 3j, 1876 _ ^4,765,21* *
- BOSD9 unnto TO PACIFIC KAU.ROtlJ COVFAMK*
1 INTKltt-ir PirUKlS LA N H L XONKT. '
r Principal outstanding 161,623,512 ]
I Interest accrued and not yet paid 'J6i,S'?2 ^
. Interest rtpald bv trou>porution of
mails, Ac 8,044,094
' Balance of Interest paid by the United
, States 25,974,821) f
i Appended to the debt statement is the <
* following: t
? "The large reduction of dobt, as shown I
by this statement, arises from the cancel la- I
ti'on and destruction of the balance of 5 i
" per cent bonds of the funded loan of 1S3I,
' held in trust for the payment of the awards
! made by the Court of Commissioners of
f Alabama Claims, as provided by the 15th
; section of the act of June 23, 1874, viz.:
? $7,150,000 balance of the original invest- I
t went of $15,500,000, and $2,403,800 reprt- I
senting the accrued interest thereon.
I "The eoinnge of the mints of the United
' States during the month of March was:
t (i old, $5,873,000; silver trade dollars, $S1)6,'
000; silver change, $1,674,000; total number
5 of pigccs struck, 8,515,650; total value of
' gold and silver, ?84,433,000."
I Vicw YorfaJJlency and Mocks.
1 New York, April 2.?mosey?3a5 per t
? ccnt, closing at -1 per cent. Prime mercan'
tile paper 3^u5 per cent. Custom receipts
* $326,000. The Assistant Treasurcr.disburs'
ed $33,000. Clearings $25,000,000. ;Sterli
ing?Quiet; long 4.84; short 4.86.
GOLD?Opened and closed at 104?i.
, Carrying rates ^ to 4 per cent. Loans
1 were also made Hat.
0 Sii.yeb?Bars, here $121% greenbncltB,
s $1 16 gold; silver coin Rediscount.
1 Governments?Active ana lower. :
3 United btttes to ot 1881, coupons. 11214
_ Flve-Tventlct (1BG5) .... iofc??
r FlTe-Twentles (18C6) new 103*
r Flvo-Twentles (1857) 111^ ,
9 Flre-Twontiea (18G8)........... ^.113
. New Htm .... 110k
New Four aud a halfs ....l()i;V4
S len-iorue# .......
a Ten-fortles (coupon#) ill
Currency Sixes - ...?. lit
s Railroad Bonds?Generally weak.
9 gfcstatb Skcdritirs?Quiet.
x , Stocks?The railroad war was the all
e absorbing topic of conversation on Ex.
change, and had a marked effect on the val*
ues. Early in the day report that Vanderbilt,
.lewett and Scott at their meeting had determined
to make it hot for Garrett, csus'
ed a strong bear feeling and sharp selling
* movement, under which prices fell }{al%
r percent. During the afternoon it was ree
ported that Garrett will be here to-morrow
and a conference would be had with a view
to fix up mitten. This changed the whole
complexion of speculation and there was
I. an advance of J?a3}? per cent from the
lowest point of the day. In the late deale
ings N. Y. Central advanced to 1)1, Lake
a Shore to 47XA, Northwestern commou to 32,
_ preferred to 50Rock Island to 97?*, St.
J Paul preferred to Delware & Hudson
Canal to 56J4, Delaware, l.ackawanna &
0 Western to 00Western Union to 58K?
'J Atlantic & Pacific to 23, and Erie to 55i.
>? The improvement in these stocks was fully
a maintained in the final sales. Michigan
r, Central closcd at 33XA, after selling up to
ie 3S??. Panama and Pacific Mail were exh
ceptionally weak. The former sold at
119H*120, and at the close was offered at
_ 118 regular. Pacific Mail dropped from
5! 19 to 17%, and closed at 1S& Hock Islaml
4 and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy arc
-* quoted ex. div. The transactions aggrelr
gated 280,000 shares, of which 9,000 were
Pacific Mall, 76,000 Western Union, 0,000
n Northwestern, 8,500 Rock Island, 8.0C0 bt.
d Paul, 3.000 Erie, So,(XX) Lake Shore, 30(000
s. New York Central, 27,000 Michigan Cenin
tral, and 46,000 Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western.
r< At the annual election of Directors of
the Panama Railroad Company all the old
* officer* were re-elected, with the exception
. of Joseph Clyde being chosen in place of
>d Thomas Clyde.
>y Western Union MV C. C. C. A I ...^ 22
Y QufckallTer.... U New Jersey Ceo.?,
QatekaUver pfd 21U Rock Island ~. 87^
,, Pacific Mail 14 Hu Paul IS
11 Mariposa.... 4'i tit. Paul preferred- W
ie Maripoaa preferred.. bV Wabash iyx
. 1 Adams Exprcas... - Fort Wayne- 37
? WtUa, Fargo A Co_ S.l Terre Haute 2
? American. ? r>l Terre Ilauto pfd.... 10
til United Sutnn__?.. 4^ Chicago A Alton ... OOV;
1T N. V. Central 904$ Chlgo A Alton pfd.. ICG
'J Erie V t Ohio A MlasladppL
* Erie prelerml........ 14ft Dels. A Lacka Co'-,
Harlem ?ISG1^ A. A P. Trl?vraph._ 22 L
.1 Harlom preferred?1M ixiUwuri Paaflc.^.ltn>2
Michigan Central... Indians Central 102
^8 Panama?. ~. ? j Burlington A Quia. 97
ry Union Pad lie stock. 67 |H. A tit. Joe.....?.. 11 ^
Lake tihore 47 Ontral Pac. bondi-lOSS
, Illinois Centnd. 411; Union Pacific b'dj._i0l
Pittsburgh-.....^- Land Granu.. wfc
Id Northwestern com-32 ISInk'f Fund..., ....
fe Northwestern pfd? 50^|
Tole4lo.
Toledo, April 2.? Flour ? Steady,
ho Wheat?Steady; No. 1 white Michigan
m $1 55; No. 2 do. $1 40; extra white Michigan
v- $1 58; amber Miehigan seller April 91
r- seller May $1 57Kl No. 1 red winter spot
he $1 60; No. 2 do. spot held at $1 53; seller
I April $1 55; sales of No. 2 Dayton and
; 11 Michigan rod $1 50; rejected held at $1 07 lA',
SI 07 bid. Corn?Steady; high mi*ed spot
and seller April 45e; No. 2 spot 44&c;
iea seller May held at 45>fc; 45}ic bid; seller
or June held at 44c; yellow 46c; rejected
iot 44>$c. Oats?Quiet; white 41c; Miehigan
3W?. Clover ?eed-$3 40.
New York.
N*w York, April 3.?Cotton?Quiet at
lKall^c. Flour?la limited demand,
nainly for immediate wants and home TL
rade: No. 2, $4 00a5 20; superfine, western I
ind State $6 00a612}{; common to good 111
W 20a6 50; good to choice $0 35*0 60; white
rheat extra $055a7 25; fancy $7 30aS CO;
iztra Ohio 0 20*8 00; St. Louis $6 20a9 25;
Minnesota patent proceas $7 75a 10 50.
fVheat?Quiet and unchanged, onlv a very
ight milling demand. Rye ? Buoyant;
festern 82a85o. Barley?Dull and declining.
Malt?Heavy anu Quiet. Corn?
Juohanged and iu moderate demand.
)atn- A shade firmer with a moderate trade;
resteru mixed and State 3Sa52c; white
feitern 43a5<>c. Hay?Unchanged. Hops
-Quiet and unchanged. Coffee?Dull aud
lotnlnally unchanged. Sugar? Dull aud
inchanged. Molasses ?Quiet and un'hanged,
Rico?Quiet, bat steady. Wilis- II
cy?Dull at |1 07al 07>*. V
Chicago,
Chicago, April 2.?Flour?Steady and
irm; western extra $5 25atJ75; Minnesota
xtriv$(i 50a7 25; Minnesota patent $7 25a
>50; westfl-n extra $0 00a* 00. Wheat?
Active, higher and unsettled; No. 2 Chi- ^
ago spring $1 20% cash or April, $1 31 M* K'*
31J4 May; $1 3Iftal 32 June; No. 3,$1 ID
il 20; rejected l?9ea$l 00. Corn?Good de- A
nand and prices a shadehigher; 38J?c cash way
?r April; 42Kc May; 42!<o June; rejected
I7)4c. Oats?Steady at 31c cash, 34%c hi
day. Rye?Quiet aud unchanged. Iiariey
-Steady and unchanged. Pork?Fairly 1 f
ictive and u ihade higher, at $14 00 cash;
114 lfial4 17J< May; $14 27^al4 30 June. C
jird?Good demand and prices a shade chai
ligher at 9%c cash; 9^c May; $9 60 June. ?
>ulk Meats?Good demand and prices a ?
hade higher, shoulder* fikfo abort rib 1% A
i7tfc, clear 8VsC. Whisky?Quiet, sales
it $105, and closing at$l 04bid.
Allegheny Cuttle. IV
Fast Liukrty, April 2.?Cattle?Re*
leipto since and including Friday were 247
:ars of through and 58 cars of yard stock,
ir 5,185 head; total for tho week ending
o-day 0,511 head, against 7,191 head, or The
?- > cars lorouKii unu iw cars yarn siock
he week before. Supply good for this
reek's market, but business ban been very
lull to-day except for retailing, and that Is
ight Best $5 5 ? ? 00; medium to good
(5 25a5 50; common to fair $4 50a5 00.
IIOGB?Receipts for three days 5,COO
lead; total for the m eek i?,815 head", against A
10,670 Inst week. Best Yorkers $5 25a5 35; IV
'bilndelphiMs $5 COaO 0(?. &J
SiiKKr?Receipt* 0,600 bead; total for f*
be week 11,500 head, against 10,000 last
reek. Selling nt $4 00a5 75.
Cincinnati. p..
ClNCUUfATI, April 2.?Cotton?Iligber at I I
11 ytc. Flour?r irm; family at $7 00a7 15.
Wheat?Steady and firm; red $1 50al 60. c
:orn?Steady at 43#c. Oats?Buoynnt nt
I7n40c. Ilye?I)ull at 75c. Barley?Dull;
;ood to prime 'all C0a75c. Pork?Firm at
j>14 75al5 00. Lard?Fair demand; steam
F9 30a9 37}? spot; $9 50 seller Mav; kettle _
lOJialOHc. Bulk Meats? Firm at*5^a7>(a D
' Xe. Bacon?Quiet, but steady at 6J{a8>* fore
#8?4C. Butter?Dull; Western Ueserve 23a
55c; Central Obio 20a22c. Whisky?Firm If]
tnd advancing at ?1 04. U
Hoos?Inactive; common $4 35a4 75; fair
o good light $4 85a515; packing?5 00n5 25;
iclcctcd butchers' grades $5 30.
, , t No.
I'hiladelphiiu
i'm i.a i) hi. nil a, April 2?Flonr?Less
ivc; extra $5 75; Minnesota farnilv $7 25a 1)
' 05; Pennsylvania $7 00a7 50; high grades -tX
h8 OOalO 00. Wheat?Scarce and choicc in
lemand; Pennsylvania red $1 05; amber
SI GSal 70; white $ I 70. Ilye?On track at U*
7a78c; fob 83c. Corn?Quiet; yellow sail ",e
Oats?White stained an?l fair 43a
14c; good gnd prime 45a4t>c. Seeds?Clover pou
lull; timothy at $1 85al 90. Butter?Quiet;
Sew York and Bradford county eitra 27a
18c; western extra 23a25e; western rolls
;xtra 21a22c. Cheese?Demand active; Gal
m-aicm iinci.aij-jr. e*kk??r air uemanu;
frest?rn fine lGal6)?c. Whiskv?Western,
tt I*.
? T0<
Dry Goods.
New York, April2.?Business generally
ilovr with commission lioukes. Cottons ruleil
luiet and prices irregular and lower on Oj
tome makes of brown ami blenched cotonn.
1'rinta jobbing fairly, Imt quiet in
irst bauds. Oinjtliariifi active and reduced
n price. Woolens ia light demand.
DRUCCISTS. pel
MWAYS GET THE BEST! S
and
1!
BBBD'S =
COUGH SYRUP!
OHM
)o Not Neglect a Cold However Slight,
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOORING
COUGH, 4c., use nj
REED'S COUGH SYRUP! ""
T1
There is no Preparation equal to it. Try it
it and be convinced.
B]
REMEMBER! Auk for "FRED'S COUGH
SYRUP," and be lure you get it. tb*t
PRICK 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. 0S
D<
HOUSTON & REED, Proprletori, Jg1
Wheeling, W. Va.
' or si
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES. In
ap2
LAUGHLIN BROS & CO. H
The OM Dm* Boom, now Twenty Yean ?
eaUblUbed, alwayi haTe on hand and In _
,tock p
chemicals. ^
Hnutonlnl, Quinine, Morphia, Chloroform,
Strychnia, perfectly pure and reliable. ?
physicians'
Inatrumonta, 8urglcal Appliance, Truaoe,
lira con, of approved maken. j,
druccists' 3";
Bundriee, Scalee, Bpatulaa, Morten, Bottlee,
of all klnda and atylca.
crocers' k
Drug*, tuch aa Cream Tartar, 8i*la, Borax, ?
Licorice, Ac., In conTwnlent alaed Iwxr*. "
pure spices. 8
Ppypcr, Alliylce, CIotm. Nutmcga, Ginger, ? cither
wholo or ground In cana. P
choice wines. s
Maderla. Sherry, CaUwha and Port, pure
far family use.
soaps, soaps. b
Colgate'! and Bazlne'a Roee, Honey and
Glywrlne, all finely perfumed.
BRUSHESr ?
Fine English and French Hair, Nail and 1*1
Tooth, wall made, o! beet pattenu.
"p2 8
ore
WANTED---L7J^?.S J
IIoAm ut-ta there la no moir effectual remedy than ?
Dr.Chapman'sHorehound Balsam "i
roa
I
ti
wanted---5mm 4
thouaaiidj of tueni already know, that to maki< B~
are of light and wholeeome Biscuit and batter E
Cakee, you moat uae LOOaN, UsT A W?
EXCELSIOR BAKING POWDER, j
a
WANTED-2KS?
Mugera, and all p*rauna with (ouch?, Hoanvcea,
Nire Throat, Ac., to try LOUAN, UST A CO'd 1
COMPOUND CHLORATE rOTASIl TRO- f.hl
CUES, the beet In the market
C
pre
wanted-ss^^ *
that tba beat way to build np a trade la to aell the i
beat gooda, and that tome dealen hate told ua that i
they hate loat their trade by wiling inferior Bak- j
i*9 Porter Tbey ay now they will 'aell only *
Login, Lltt A Co'a Excelalor Baking Powder. (
Jaa7faw g
A CON AND UiRD. 7
^ ? faM 21^7, on hand o! Leaf Laid, H
B. C. Hama, Shoulder*. Clew Bldca, 8. a Brtaketta, ?etc.
Orden filled treah from houaa daily.
U. BELLY. IV
OVES fc HARDWARE^
e Cheapest,
The Best,
The Largest'
IOOKSTOYB
In the Market in tho Celebrated
ALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER, I
FAR FOUNDRY.
great variety of other Cook Stoves ali
on hand.. ^BT*A11 Stovei guaranteed. 1
larbellzed Iron and Slate Manteli.
reeitone and Slate Hearths, &o. ,
all, examine and see pricea before pur*
ijngeUewhere. arM
RE YOU GOING TO MOVE? (
Don't You Want a
lewCookStove
BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN
T1IE MARKET can be found at
o. 14i?C5 Main St. (
THE FAMOOS
ARLINGTON:
AND OTHER
irst-Class Stoves,
an now be bought Cheaper than over
before.
: STOVES WARRANTED TO PLEASEon't
fail to call and see our stock bei
purchasing.
ISEPH BELL & CO.
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
1425 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va. ,
.I? ' i
F. CALDWELL.
irble, Slate & Iron Mantles,
iraon Grates, Tile and all kinds of
Terra Cotta goods.
i
[vanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
3ETHER WITH A COMPLETE AS
80RTMENT OF |
OOKING STOVES |
1 Houso Famishing Goods. We call .
special attention Jo the '
arlesi Radiator Shaking Gratemost
complcto Gratu in the market. .
an be seen in operation in Mr. Frank
n's fineresidenco on the Island. Call
examine.
507. moiriV 15U Main Street, <
nr It. A O. IC. IC. Depot. mr9
FINANCIAL.
S. II OT!?*OU).PrHt. Gbo. adams, V. PreaL
M. A. Csandlkb, Caahier.
INK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Sncetaaor to the
itbT national dank ok wheeling. |
........1250,000 .
lis Bank ! ommlaed and prepared to tranaact
buaiiieaa ol banking In all in details.
luccmla the Flnt National Bsnk of Wheeling,
mod by theiamn aharoholdera and la under the
s management.
f amrfullr rc^nnllng the lntmetao! Ita Corn*lenti
and Dcpaalton, and by a jiroinpt and
ilul execution at their wlahea, tt hopea to merit
r esteem and oonfideuce.
3tea and BUla dlacounted.
illectlona mads on all polnu throughout the
ted btatoa.
jpodt Accounta aubject to check at dght rood
from Banka, Kankera, Flrma, Coruorationa
IndirldoaU.
irttficatra of Da pod t lamed parable on demand
l fixed datoa.
tcri?t alio wod on Special Depudta.
ihn K. Botaford, Wrn. B. Blmjaon.
?)b 8. llhodes, Wm. A. Turner,
Bom Adauu. John L. Uobt?,
?. W. Frmaxoeim, 0. C. Dewey.
enrr M. Harper, mjr21-dAw
ommercial Bank.
3ital, $100,000.
Orwci?No. 1308 Main 8t.
uterest i*ld on Special Deposits. Collcctloni
Josnd proceed* promptly remitted. Accounts
nerchants and others solicited.
dibkctom:
hos. n. List, J. L. Stlfel,
. J. Kmytb, W. T. Bart,
. C. Thotuiu, Cbas. H. Booth..
J. A. Wilson,
TH08. H. LIST, President.
J. L. BTIFEL, V. Frest.
P. HILDRETH, Caihler. JUS
>. C. LIST. JOSKPH SKTBOLLD,
IXMBY K. LIST, UJIBOM LAMB,
*M. A. LIST, HMBT W. LIST.
lank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
pita), $100,000.
tockholdera personally liable and representing
r 1500,000.
leeelrts Deposits and Discounts Paper.
>cala In tiofd, Silver, Colk-Draft? and Sterling
change.
olla l)raft? on England, Ireland, France, Oerny
and other prominent parts of Europe,
tujnittnd sella Oorernment, State, City and Rail*
merest paid on Ppectal Deposits.
fecial attention gtTcn to Collections.
D. C. LIST, Preddent.
1. LAMB. Cashier.
09. SEYBOLD, Assistant Quhlcr. ]a?
Ixchange Bank.
. N. Yaxcx, rrea't. Sah'l Iat'wuuw, V. P.
Mtal . 9200,060
llllty of StoekhoVdtrs.'.'i .'.?.' 400,000
rhla Bank succeeds to the boainea of the Merits'
National Bank, and deals in Coin, Coupons,
lanierclal Paper and Bills of Exchango.
Merest paid on Special Deposits.
Jollcctlons mule on all points and proceeds
imptly remitted.
Lccounts of Bankers aid BoUness Hen solicited.
I tockholden liable to depositors according to the
mtltutlonof the Bute the sane as In National
oka.
DtucTon:
f. N. Vane, i h. llorkhciincr,
- 8. Delaplsln, | D. Outman,
r.O. Hoffmann, I Wm. EMtiR&aift,
I
ia? JOHN J. J0NK3. Cashier.
IN VELOPK6?
J
Arood anortment for ude cheap at the
TELLIGENCEB OFFICE.
MERCHANT TAILOR*.
New Goods!
SPRING and SUMMER
C. HESS & SON,
4
Merchant Tailors,
COR. 14th AND MAIN 8T8.
lave juit receited their larae and elegaat
lock of Good* for
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Embracing till new deeigaa of
Sloth ,
Caislmtrca,
Veatingi,
Suitinoa. and
Spring OverooiUngi,
Which will he made up t u the Bert Style.
FULL LINE OF
3ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITE tdUSTS MADE TO ORDER.
We invite the public to call and examine
inr etock. feeiiug aasured we can offer an*
terior iuuucemenU.
mr!7 C. HE88 A BON.
J. H.STALLMAN & CO.,
Merchant Tailors!
We have received for the
r* . . ? . * i _
spring ami summer naae
)ne of the LARGEST AND BEST 8E
LECTED STOCK OF GOODS
crer brought to the city.
Ail the NEW STYLES
?OF?
Plain and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds,
2astor and Fur Beavers,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
knd all styles of goods usually found ;'n a
3rst-clnM establishment.
A fine line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Always in store.
rnp rpmt pr.ipp rn tfirv miners
in the city.
jg ?3T"Call and look at onr goodi.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
*e28
BLANK BOOKS
?A WD?
BOOK BINDING.
We are prepared to make Blank
Books for Banks, County Offices,
Merchants, and others,with printed
heads or without, on the besl
paper and first-class Binding,
which for durability and elegance
cannot be excelled, at prices to
suit tho times. Call and see specimens
at the
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE
W nuil 27.Fourteenth Nt.
MARRIAOE Ss
4* jug m rj xUsra&U on the mjitrrlci
>nHc|9ffT ofUi*??\u?i?rrtrm. iU ?Uu*-t
BllPIIlir1 u>Kvvm?? la tb<
. . UVlUb ?i :roer Of rrpnnSurttoQl BOW It
hm.tljr I.ijtv inuii* u.*rT?<l r.l*iwn. tcm*>
jjunn aitj *?r,j >b?um nil and prrarnrt It i k
lnljm'.a'imi. ?Ukh no mw tan aflunl to b? with,
outj on how to prr*r? U,e J.illh, ?i>U romptasioti.aK
f'*?tO UU?1 i hirki lb? tm.'inrn Lt jroull?, tbr but ?t?C
<-ut true CukU in th? wurul. Price Wwnt
bfMkil. Hio uihuf 111*7 t? cunfUltrtlMmmiO/ortn
m4ilo*iin* roentumrd in hit vurfc.AJUm,
pt. A. Q. OlAU, IS ytuktnipuu 1L% Chkagu, ill,
yy W. McCONNELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Manafarturg of
Lard IUrrdi, Half Barrtli, Apple and Floor Bar
rrJi, Ham Time*, Qlaaa Barrel* uul
Caaka, Butter Ka^ etc.
"BEPAIRING PBOMPIXY ATTENDED TO
nrtC-dAw
JUNE FURNITURE,
LACS CURTA1M, CORNICKS <fc if IRE OBI
E. EDMCND80N JtSONS,
1S9 Lisibtt Brunt, Phibmuhoh, Pa.
do7
cwoceries.
M. REILLY, j
Wholeaala Grocer & Pork Packer,
Hoa. ina * uii Uii4?T.
* ?
a^Soh Ifadt Dupont Powder dllk ?
Jjll.OUll. ?
In atom and arrlrlng the following faroriK brabdi K
of Family tod Fancy Hour. t!s:
New Proceaa, family: Bellalre (Norton**); Gold *
Medal (Drone A Co.) fancy; Aloablre'a No I.
M. K8l|ilT
J^EFINED 8UOABS.
A fall lioe, unbracing Cruabcd, ftwdered. Granulated,
Blort and the rarloui gra.lea ef -(afce ami Yellow
bupra. Juat receleed and >or mU> by
M UKILi.Y. ^
New Orleans buoau and sic- LASSES.
I harenowlnetorkafullaupplyof a'rlct'yprimc ~
Loulalana Bu*ar and prime to cnoWe Molaa**. In- u
ducemebta offered to punha*ra who our want in "
buy In loU. M. HEILLY. &
J,18H. .
Prince Georn'aCodflib. 71
Bouclea Codli<h In boiea.
Labrador Henlng in ttanelaand Ilalrea.
Bound Ilerrlng In Barrel! and Halve*. * ,,
Noa. 1. 2 and 3 Mackerel In Ualera md Ktta. Hl
Lake Herring and Wbltc-tlsb in Balm.
Juat received and for aale by M. It El LI. Y.
gUNDRIES. ~ " ~
In atore at all tlnieafull llncaof Green and Roaat d
Cofleea, (iolden ^ytupe, Virginia and Kentucky .
Plug and Twlat Tobaccoa. Ofla, Bacon (my own }?
curing), Lard, Teta all atylos and kirn'*, Canntd u
Gooda, Picklea, Hoape, ttoda, Grooar'a Drug*, .le..
Ac., which I offer to th? trade at lowest urnrkct w
piicaa.
mrSO M. BEILLY.
DRY CATSUP ?
Or Aromatic Beaaonlng for Meata, Oyitera, Flab,Ac.
THOBUHN A PRO.
gUNDIUESBardon'a
Condeoaed Milk, Halferd's, Lea A Per- _
rlna', and trlnce of Wales Sauce*. Tomat i t'ateup, ?
Ac., at THOBUBN A BhO'A I
QALIFOHNIA Dl'.IED FBU1TS.
Choice (pared) California Peara.
motco Allien Evaporated rearue*. |>
Choice California Plu ?.
Just recti red and fur sale t>y
TUOHURN 4 BKO., "
ariO for. Market and 1 itli. ^
rjlO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN". "
The underalgncd respectfully calls tho attention M
ofHonwkeep*nandCou?umcratohiiUrxe?tockof Mi
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
A.
Which baa been (elected fron Drat binda with care, '<
and which he offeraat aa near Wholesale Prices u.
It lapoalble to |?t. *
Speolal InduceraenU to Liberal Buyers.
tts?Gooda dclirorcd to any part of tho city. *
R. J. 8MYTI1, ti
Comer Market and Fourteenth etrocU. CI
And 1L J. HMYUI A CO., r.
nr!7 S3 Zane Hi.. l?lnt,<!. J
"Satin Gloss" Flour.;
I;
100 Bbls. Just Received. ;]
Thli Is the flnoit quality of FtoUf
manufactured, and hn >11 the whole10me
end notrltlous qualities of the unbolted
Flour, combined with unequalled
whiteness end purity.
List, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
nol5
PLUMBINC.CAS FITTINC i
Thompson & Hibberd,
lStl'l Slurkct Street.
PLUMBERS,
Gas and Stoam Fitters, '
?AXD?
BRASS FOUNDERS.
SOLE AGHNTH FOB
8PRINGFJELD GAS MACHINE,
j
Knowles' Stoam Pump, 1
Dealert in Iron, Lead, Sneer and Flue Pipu, Oun t
Ilott, Steam WhiUltt, Steam Qaug?, ar.J '
cII kimit of Piunlirri GockU. j
Having Juit removed to their new and commodl
ous quartera, 1314 Market Itreet, with a large stuck "
of the newest and handsomest dealgna of Ohamiillers,
Bracket and Drop LlihU, and Extension
Chandeliera In Bronze and Glass; the public are
mpectiully Invited to call and examIno tb. m.
Their goods are all new. ap'2
fJIO CAPITALISTS
Or Partleiof Small Hiut Desirous of
Engaging In Grape Growing,
Coal Mlnlag or Market
Gardening.
account of advanced am I am dedroua of
chancing my residence, and therefore offer for sale
my farm situated oppoaite the city of Wheeling, on
the river hank, midway between Bridgeport and
Martta'a Ferry, and immediately adjoining tho village
of jEtnavtlle. The property consists of CO I
arm* nf hill and tahln land and IK /if rlier tnllnm
In the hill there ire two aeams of ooal, 6% tod
(eet thick, threo deposit* of limestone, in 8 foot
veinofcloee texture wodor freestone, an 18 foot
rein of marl, which altogether make a aoll and an
underlying bed of depoilta of s rich and valuable
character.
On the surface, the larger portion of which lit* j
gently aloplng to the out, ana all under direct tx'
po?ur? to the aun, la a Vineyard of 86 acres, mostly
Catawba grapea, all In die Searing condition, alxnit
ten years old, Which haa proren Itself able to pay
> a handsome percent tothe cal lira tor.
The property la being approached above and I*low
by an advancing tide oi persons seeking small
homesteads, and la now really the only unoccupied
, territory between Bridgeport and Martln'? Ferry.
It la valuable ai an Investment for capital acrkio^ a ;
aafe purchaie, and valuable to tboae who want mar,
ket gardening ground oloae to the city. -It fronts
' beautifully upon the river and eommanda a view of
the city, the Ialand and the whole acenery of the
valley.
| The term* of aale will be one-third rash, balance
In two annual payment*. 8 per cent Intmet on deferred
peymenta. For further particular* Inquire
of RICHARD CRAWFORD
On the promisee, or by mall at Bridgeport, ()h!o.
P?
JD8T RECEIVED-ANOTHER LOT OF
DIRT BARROWS.
I
The price puta them within the reach if everybody
that has use for a Wbotlbarrow.
I have also on hand a No. 1 HEAVY WAOOJf,
raltable for hauling Pig Metal, Iron or Ptone. This
- Wagon was made by one of our beet city makers.
! It Is offered at a very low price. Call and sec it.
JTACOB SNYDER,
1405 MAIN STREET.
' mitt
| JOSEPH H. SAGE^- ~
1313 Marlcet Street,
' Agent for the Celebrated
" DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE.
Oil, Needle* and Attachments for all kinds of Machine*.
All makes of Machines repaired promptly
by a practical workman. _ !" 8_
Q H. QUIMBY,
' DtiLM IN ,
BOORS, NEWS AND UTEBARV PAPERS, I
FASHION AND LITERARY MAOA- (
ZINE3, STATIONERY, Ac. ,
, rap?n and Cheap Publications at Whoi?*Je.
t tori 1U? MA*XKT STa tcr.
f-AA BIRRKIfl rLOURfflpTer
Mills, Indiana, Atlas, Nail City. Fox
Mil at fewest market rates.
LIST, DAVENPORT * PARIS.
IRAN SPORT A TlOf* .
^ALTIMOKK A OHIO IlAIUiOAD.
bmbkw
On and ah* jMuar? 15.1877. l'aaaeiiger Trtlui
ill run n? follow? wnetting timo:
*aw-?oumu. No. 6.,Mol' Wo. 1. WolT
a?!!"1* ~iz?* ^h3"
Arrive* nt? | M> - M_
r*twn_ lUtt) a:j-, ll!i5 4jQ
r.'iu | a.m
yw - 137 7:82 I:*j
uuiiHiriand i.u>\ 4:30 ?:ig
axtinaburg.. mi G20 I 6:4fl
IMll'tOU Uty_........ ?>U| V.M
alUmac.................. 10 801 I U:*0
A.M. 1
hlladclphla 8:L0
pw York &2i| I
Dally except Sunday.
7 itopa at all nullum between Wheeling and
uuiU'rlunil; No 43 itout it all Station! between
'boclinnand Grafton; Ko.fi makes dirrct conuccana
(of all polpu eouth.
WltSTUOUflD. Ho. 6. No. 2.* No.10.
Loave?
'liitviu.g 7:S5j.m 4:16r.M lO.^P.M.
Arrirc al?
inmlllo l?<fi r? 8:50 &F0A.M.
t'Wark 1:J0? 10.0ft 41 4:00"
?luwbui H:16 " 8:80
luduaky 7:00 " 10:80 "
ay ton 7 30 " l:36i\M.
tucinuatl 8:00 10: 4A.M.
oulavtlle tlMN'l 7:45 M.
itiauapulU U:25r.* l&40N'n
' Uuia S.80a.m 8:45P.M.
I'tiaso 6: 4ia.H 8:80 "
Dally uxccpt Sunday.
Si." 8 und i0 iiiHkocloMOuiujMtluuat Columbia
>r all |iuuits .-ouih audSouthwwt; at Chicago for
1 Wiiii and Northwcal.
fcait-Uiund jrauin wake couuectlona at Baltimore
ir Philadelphia, Mew York and Button. At Waihiston
City for all uclnta South.
wett'bound train* make dlrtvt evoaectloai lor
I |jriuci|xal |ioinu Wetland Northweat
I'uiliuan Fjlacucarauti all uighl tralna.
WHBSL1KU, PITTS. A BALTIMORE DIV.
Leave* dally? Arrlvea dally at
rhcellng 7:55 a. in. WaililnKton.l'a 10:40 urn
4:U p. tn. 6:10 i>.tu
l.xecpt Sunday. *Bxc?pt Sunday.
Ticket* to all prlii'-ij al point* on aale at IfepoL
IBi* onon at all houn during the day.
TlIOB. H. SUAKP,
Waaler of Tnuupuruiioa.
U.T. ULVRIKH, Oari'l Agent. jalG
ILKVKLaNL a I'inutlUHUH UAII.BUAD
J CuyiJKNSHJ* TIHH CARD.
[7M ff iff
Cn?r5ir SW^ffT<'rW^fffT
?n *nJ ?ft?i lJtc*)inbtr 4, 1576, I'm 114 will run
ally, (mcH't Hunday,) u loHow?, t!> :
ACCOMMO. I UJ.1L KlfUUfji
(JAU
liUalre^ C:W a. U. 10:60 A. u. 8.00 r. It.
rtdgenurt 6:04 " 1140 " tt.M) "
arun'i Ferry... 6:18 " 11:08 3:17 ?
?Kranga- 6:18 " ll&J ' tf:M) "
oubcnfllle. 7:06 " l'i:0C p. u. 4:08 "
Vli/rllle. 5:20 " 1:85 LW '
cxhwtcr ?... *20 " 2:80 " *40 "
ujarx.
Itisl.i r$h 10:85 " 8:40 7.45 "
itootii. 5;Mp.?. ?40 " li.lt a. il
nrrinl.urg 11:05 " 2:40 A. II. I.Hi "
itllliuoiu 7:45 11
runhlnirton 9 12 "
tilUilflphlA 8:10 a. II. 7:00 7:85 "
etluxk- 6:15 " 10*6 " 10:25 '
uMod 4:50 p. X. & 40 P. M.
Ilium o 12:28 " 5:15 p. u
i\v?>ur u 1:25 ' 6:08 "
udaon ~ 1:55 " fc33 ?
IcvilnucL. 3:10 7:85 ?
i. Wayuo 12:01 a. m. S '.O a. m ?...
lilcago ~ 7:20 " 9:20 "
.rcmuwoduUon rniiii karra Bvlutliu at 4:40 r.M
id arrive* at Ktciibcnrtllo at 6:15 P. m.
ejpwbil acconiinudattou irnhw loave bdlalro ul
?J a.U. anil 12:60 P. u.; llrldgeport 10:05 A.u.und
W P.M.; arrive at Murtlo's Ferry llKl6A.it. and
li v. m. Upturning leave Martln'a Ferry at 11:30
, M. aud 8: 0 P. M.. llriil^rport 11:40 a. m. and :M
. m.; arrive at Bellalre at 11:55 A. u. and 8:16 r. m.
Itcketa to all prlncl|(U lulnta in the Fast and
( it can bo |irocurtd at the Union Ttckrl Offlco
I'Luro Uomc.and at the elation at Bridgeport.
F. R. MYERS,
tleS General Pnggngcr and Ticket Autul.
rjlTTriBUROIi, CINCINNATI a ST. UWU
L 1 iAJLWxVY-PAS-JJAXDJJt ROUTJL
jawsc^s-^gaBEae
The Direct Line to tae Northwest, Wat ana
cjouthvest.
CONDENSED TIME CABD.
Taking ct!i>ct Norrmber 2fltb, 1870.
Jo t/i> Wat and biuth (ria Columbus.)
Fust Llua il'ac'f Ex. Avcotn 'IT.
'? Fittsburgb ... 11:20 p.in.1 6:30 u.ui. 8:40 p.m.
Steubearilto-12&S a.iu.|lte07 " 6: lu '
Dtunison 2:d0 14 11:55 " 8.30 "
Newark 4:48 " 2:20 p. in.
Culuiuliui ..... C:0o " 8.W1 " 10.15 H.iu.
I'Tj-oudon^. 7:04 " 4:13 " 11.11 "
AeuLa. ......... 8.05 " 5:42 " 12:30 p.in.
Dayton- 7:30 " 1:31 "
Cincinnati? 1CS5 a.m. &o0 a lfT 44
Loulyrlllii, .. .|12:tf mm. 7:15 44
2b the IVrjt aid South (via Zawarllle.)
.'?u Zanoaville...| 8:30 n.uj. 8:10 p.ui.|
I've Lancaster... 10:15 " 5:14 " ...............
Circlerille m|11:15 " ?15 " fi:lu a w.
Waahingt'Djli^r p.m. 7.1C "
Wilmlngt'nl 1:22 " .... b:ll) 44
Morrow 2:10 " tf:W "
Cincinnati..! 4:61 " |li:66 44
lb Iht Weti ami HurihutU (via Columbus.)
J-'ast Ind. I'ac. Chic
Lino Ex. Ex. Ex.
A. II. a.m r. u. P.M.
xftTC Columbus...? &03 10:15 3:50 6:40
krlro Urbana 7:40 6:45 7:40
Piqua 8:35 6:38 &03
r. w.
Richmond 10:26 3:40 S2S
P.M.
Indianapolis 12:40 C 63 11:28
A.M.
St. Louis 8:45 8:S0 A.. M.
Lotfamport 2:25 8:05 8:05
Chicago, 7:40 7:50 7.30
MrPullmao imwlag Boom and Bleeping Cm
rom Jjteubenrille and Columbus through iHlAowt
hangc, to Cincinnati. LouIatIIIo, Indianapolis and
t. Louis, and (rom Columbus to Chlcajru.
The nloasure seeker or those seeking Uomn 4n IK*
fai, should call on or address tho undersigned (or
brough time tables, maps, land circulars and fur*
her information.
W. L. O'BRIEN.
Jen'l Passenger and Ticket'Agent, No. 219 High
street, Columbus, Ohio. Ju25
[3 M I
r i muiig :
bill heads, j cards,
letter heads,! circulars,
lml every description of Mercantile Print*
log executed promptly and at
reasonable prices, at the
Daily Intelligencer
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE,
!5 and 27 Fourtoenlh Street, Wheeling.
i3?-ORDERS BY MAIL PRO'- Y
ATTENDED TO. "
dr. butts'
DISPENSARY |
Thirty y* ar?mprune*In U? tratmeoi of Ucxu&l and
Chronio Diaoa?<mt-fbo:h ??n.
fi" wrtaoiuajrtvdand tho?? conlrtnplatlu,;
Lin .-in., W marilnrt, on th? mjntorlM of rcprudur
1 ,v ?? !? awl the accnl InflnnitlMftj[youth,
manhood and wn-nchoo.) An illuv.r*t?lt*x)ku!?lJr?iri.
fit private rt?dmc.?Urhi:^}uUb?krp;u&d?rlockaod
k?jr. Km/. nnd< r k?) for M eta.
A Pim-ATE .MEDICAL TREATISEon all dUaaiei
of a Prltrato Nature In t>;th a?xu, th? abu*? tad dlanrdfMcilheM-xualfytlem,
and u,i>ui<an*ulcuic.l3jpa{e?
u litirtirr*Tiof?, tmtundtraeal t-rSJcU. ,
iXEDICAIi ADVICE on Iruiilaod Chroale DUfaara,
F'lnloal YVraknnt, Catarrh, Canrrr, Kupuirr, tha Opium
II>bU,*Ck, aSQpafn workaentundrr ??! ft" ? ?t?.
tiirco books euBudotog 4CO pace* andamjthlM *< th
kooV.ng on tl* luUJcrt, arat eooumly aeaiol on receipt
of 00 eta. Ad'lr**?, Or. B<jtt?' Di?pen??ry,
N&.I2N. 8th Looi?, Mo. CfeubUabia latfj"
jyjILLS, FREW * CO.,
BOOK BINDERS
-AXD?
blank book manufacturers.
Are prepared at all tlmea, with tbe b?t material
to fill order* for Black Bouka, iucb aa are uwd by
Bank*, Countlre, Corporations, Kallroadaand II er:hanta,
upon ihort notice, and In tbo uioat dealrt*
ale and workmanlike wanner.
Harlnv all tbe latwt and moat Inprorcd machinery
we leel confident that we will render entire
tilfaetkm to all who favor ua with taelr ordcra.
Mualc, Migiulnea and Periodical* of ?r?ry d*rrlpUon
bound In a neat and durable manner.
MILLS, FBEW A 00,
noj. a ijd 17 Fororan Sr.,
mi w. Y*

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