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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
IMII.Y.
nail, in aJtiiMt, }4utag*prtpoid.
IfOOITbrie Mentha f 2 00
I to | <?!? inontb
! , ?rriiJ l.y Carriers In I'lty lW|?rweek.
noii-M IIHI.V.
/ . < iail, in adnnor, pottogt tirjuul.
, 1?, 0? | Hx uioutlii. 8> M
miikly.
Bi, mil, in nJimer, joUay* ji'/mid.
. irtr fl M>| fc'lt month*..;. fl DO
? V ???<
' , ; * ?f T. I 40 racb.
' , |>|N ?'( 'I went jr.... 1 '-'U w b.
1 i v i itr* <oj>y to |*r?uu stilling up Club.
1 'p l"lc*? ?>v iiiTHilaUr. Umilt at
r, ;i I trail.? it leMi.ffitr Mutiejr <*r?U??,*i?J
' |,,, i,i itl<<i "f tliw^ l< jirKurcl, M-iiii llit*
I.. |liti ltd LtllCTi
llll, lNTi;i I.I"INCi:it will jin-wiit ?IH)I>- the
, ?< i hll ?lf|?rliiicnti, fn.iii nil (|iiarlrri of
?oil I, an *'H I'- ? (oin jilrlu iit i<ii| ?,( lixul
rnuU.
,,f- \m:KI.Y laprintedonTbumlajr,ami can
' n- li.ul Ml the lounler.ln ]?iM rnvelo|?atrrid J
0r walling. u ctqty to al um fritudt
i; irlatntt vith w/rvwi homt.'
.-CUIUHtf.?Pvixim <lf?irlnu to hate the
IUILV l.sTKt.t-i'iWt Kit If it riKUbirlyat tbiir
,t -;.!rii(*? m tin' city ntiil cubtnW. rati l?
.! > -l ly lintlni; their ndilteaa nt Counting
I:, i i, or l?y drop li tli'r tlirouicli tin? |Ki?tuiIit
i , . n.M l:iri"im;*.-No attention will hojwiil
: \muu? ti'iiiniunlmtloiiii; evrrjr article
i U hicompanled l?y tin* writer'* nul name
ntiil ?<Mn*w.
, ,, /. !>'ti i -n t '.ouhl I* aihhiti,,! "f'rne
, (. . ?i ii. / i' ?M m i,i> mi' If u,Hunt,I to
, , imilritlual number q/ Uitfinn by nam*,
GhMtlliguutv.
II,m Hx* .\e\l INmc \\ ill lio lllt-clI'd,
Kniin the IVratminslcr (>lr.ette.|
Tin' time fur the meeting of another
Conclave is drawing near, ami it will
hardly be out of place if we j,'ive a few
i,,(ici's oi what initially iiikcH place on
the H"ly becoming vacant. The
rttlediiring the vacancy belong* to
ii?. Cardinal Cauierlingo. He repairs to j
il?. chamlwr where the dead pontilTlien; ,
i?. utriken liini on the forehead thrice
w ith a *lender hammer, and calls him i
il,ree time* by hi* original name (*h, (or i
..[.nice, "(iiovanni Mastal!" Receiv- i
.? no reply, h** taken off the "'ring u( the '
.lu-rman" and breaks it.
Sine daya are allowed lor assembling j
; Conclave. Itcan no longer lie held |
, the l^uirinal; the next, therefore, will ,
( onvened in the Vatican. The doors' .
i:il| window* of the room net apart for it
,ill be walled up, one or two pane* of
I i!4 only being l?ft at the top t<? afford ?
t unit? light. A dozen conclaves might
(- held in the apaciou* palace where the !
I'>pe resides, and call* for the Cardinal.*
hi easily be constructed in the long
tllerien. They will be made of ordina,
lir plank*, and covered on the out- (
...le with violet-colored .serge ii the in- ,
rtbitant *wa* created Cardinal by the ,
1'ope ju.*t,deeea*cd, and green if bv *oiue |
l-rcvioiiH pontiff. The Cardinal* may not >
it each other by night, and eminjjarie*
r.. lil.HCL'll !M flRlllinitlt l.i fl.'.j
irregularity. However De Unwst*
.lu'V often manage to do it.
On the first day oi the Conclave their
, inintMices hear mass ami sing the "Veni |
I'reator" before proceeding to business.
Many a last word in said before the hell ]
rings and the master of the ceremontea i
pronounces an "Extra Oiunes,'' ami the
..nldoor is shut and walled up. Nobody i
then permitted to leave the Conclave. '
j: it hv this time the evening has arrived, <
and the Cardinals retire to rest. At 8 !
clock the next morning u bell is rung '
ti the door of each cell, and at nine, clad '
iii cassock, band, rochet, cape and croc- \
. i.i, with their scarlet berrette, they proreed
to the chapel, hear mass and" communicate.
Many minute ceremonies are (
served which may be here passed over. *
1'nen they return to their cells t<> break- *
; i4t. and afterwards proceed to their first
. rutin v. The mid-day meal follows. '
The dinners of their eminences are 1
brought to the "rotu," or turn-table
{telling, at which they are to be passed '
into the Conclave with much care and in ,
solemn manner, Each Cardinal has u
lapifer," or fcast-carrier, whodischarges |
iliat function for his imprisoned master. '
l?uring the introduction of the viands <
real care is taken that no communications
reapecting the business of the Conave
shall take place between tho-e iiu.aured
and the outside world.
Mr. Adolphus Trollope, who is no j
friend to the Catholic Church, says in |
reference to conclaves: "Given the ne- 1
?sity ol having a Pope, it would prob- ,
ily be impossible to devise a Itetter
leans of getting one than that which the
iiurch has gradually perfected." I
There has been but live conclaves held
century; the tirst which elected Chiar- !
aiaonti, Pope 1'ious VII., in 1S00; the '
- m.l, to which we owe Delia Uenga, '
i.-it XII., m 18?;>: the third, which chose ]
iverio, Pius V111., in 1SH9; the fourth, :
.. tii. li convened in ISftl. whose choice tell '
ii t'ajtellan, Gregory XVI., and the tilth,
which elected Mastai of Suiigaglia as
1'inslX., in 1840. Two*of these Pontifl's
ive reigned an unusually long time, ,
.'his VII. having been on the Papal
throne nearly twenty-three years and a :
half, and the present occupant of the See
,.i Koine being the only Pope iu all the
.'ill successors of St. Peter who has overj..nse<*
a quarter of a century.
iliuiiine tor Slikiigbtcrixi^ tJrns*- !
hopper*.
Some time since we mentioneil a much- ;
me invented by Col. l'\ Peteler for catch- ;
inland crushing (or bagging) grasshop- (
ivrs. A full-sized tWo-hnr.se inarbliie has .
Ht l>een completed for Col. Petele* in 1
this city, which attract* universal alien- 1
:i.ui. It a queer looking .appartus, but ;
tiie Colonel is confident that it will do the
liu/me*1* (or the pestiferous hopper*. It
i4 mounted upon two four and one-half
feet wheel* ami in rigged like a heading !
machine, the horses being attached in the
r.-:*r, where the driver stand* and guide* (
.i liv means of a pivot wheel. The ma.-iiine
consists ?f :l sheet iron platform j
we lily feet in width, with wire screen*
ix feet high ai the rewr ami sides. A
iiglit chain is suspended in front of the ]
platform to drag upon the ground and :
>'.i: up the hopper*, and a* they rise and ?
ily against the screens they will fall upon .
Hie platform, where a light elevator made ?
I Keats carries Jthem back dump* them '
.uto a trough, and thence they pa** be- ,
tween two roller* and are crushed. The ]
elevator and roller* are geared to the i
wheels, with inside and outside gear, ho
that each wheel doe* halt the work.
?iu* roller can be removed, if desired, ;
mil bags substituted to hold the hopper* f
a bounty. The platform can be rais*
.1 to a height of two feet or lowered to
run oIom? t<? the ground,by mean* of a
ver in reach of the driver, and the ma
ione can thus Ik- run over any ground,
.1 through grain fields without injury to ,
the growing grain. Hy throwing out
flanker* on either n'ulo to drive the hop* I
pera in I ol. Peteler maintains that tin* I
machine will clean up three hundred i
.. res of hopper* per day. The weight of '
the machine i about one thousand 1
pounds. The cost will depend upon tlm '
I leiuand, but for a twudiorse machine it
ill be not far from 5100, ami one-hone .
machines about ?GU.
The machine m of simple construction,
1 irable, and certainly look* as though it
"light be effective. ? St, Paul [Minn.)
!' '-wr /Vrw, April 7.
toll-Feeding Nail Machine. |
Mitdleport (0.) lloralil ]
Mr. U. C. Grant, of this town, has re
tly p? i fectcd and completed a nail
1 iiino that promises fair to revolution- j
thit buslnes . 1.- operates on an
'Uiely new principle, with a rotary .
and is ^ elf-feeding. A plate i
it'-'l in thehoper is cut np into per- 1
dy headed nails, that drop below, ready 1
"lucing. We kiw the machine in op- 1
nation, and those interested in mechanics !
Boa it a rare cariosity. Two machine* .
l'* already ordered by a prominent nail ]
company, where they w ill have a thorough ]
|>lt. S< m:N? K\S MWDAKI)
m.m.mrji.
The standard reinedien for nil tlineascH o,
the lungs are SCIIKM'K'h PULMONIC Syu
i r, fj? >ikn< k'h hi:a Wekd Tonic, >uul
s( iikm K'h MaNI'I'- \kk Pll.Lfl.ttnd if taken
before tin; lungs ure destroyed, n speedy
cure is effected.
To tlifHt? three medicines Dr. .1. II
Schenck, of Philadelphia, owes his unri
vailed success in the treatment of pulmo,
miry disease.
The l'ulmouio Syrup ripen* the morbid
matter in tlio luupt. Nature thrown It oil
hviui easy expectoration, for when the
phlegm matter is ripe a slight cough will
throw it oil, the pntlent hii- rest and the
lllllgs be'.'ili lo held.
To enable the Pulmonic Syrup to d?i
thin, Sehenck's Mandrake Pills and
Nchenck's Hen Weed Tonic must be freely
used to cleanse the stomach and liver.
Schetick's Mandrako Pills act on the
liver, removing all obstruction*, relax the
gall bladder, the bile starts freelev, and tin
liver is soon relieved.
Sehcnck's Sea Weed Tonic is a ^culle
stimulant and alterative, the alkali ol
which it is conipoied mixes with the food
and prevents souring. It assists the dlge*
tion liv toning up the stomach to n healthy
condition, ho thnt the food and the Pub
tnouie Syrup will make good blood. Then
the lung* Ileal; and the patient will surely
get well if Core in taken to prevent fresh
cold.
All who wifcii to consult Dr. Scheiick,
either personally or by letter, can do so at
his principal oiltee, corner of Sixth and
Arch streets, Philadelphia, every Monday.
Schenck's medicines arc sold by all druggists
throughout the country.
Tut: huge, drastic, griping, sickening
pills, are ium being superseded by l?r.
Pierce's Purgative Pellets. Dr. Pierce's
Memorandum book* given.away by all
lrnggi-K
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
U liecllni; Wholesale Tim Kef.
Okpiok Daily Intkm.ioknckr, l
Wednesday, April is. )
Mercantile transactions nru active in
;eucral, and the market is characterized
y an addition to the upward tendency
ivhicli has prevailed for the past ten days.
1'his is due principally to the liirht stocks
?f h reads tutl's ntul produce generally report*.I.
and more especially to the ine'rensim?
certainty of a hnropean war. We ndnin'c
|iio|,iiinii< l" <1 iv mi Hour, un<l Mill
tir market on tlii-* Maple is relatively
nv. i tluuillii- juiP? * ruliugut other points,
!>oth crtsian-i west. l*roviii??iis are much
weaker and tower. in )?rndu.t:e there is
n?t much ehantje, hutter hcintf weak and a
diade lower, while upplex ami eggs are dull
lltid drooping.
Awi.Ks?'The arrival* have largely in reused
and the market is overstocked.
\W' redil' O our quotations to $1 -.ml 75
per barrel.
Ukav ?Navy quoted ?t ?1 50al 7."> per
usht'l.
Bi;TTi'.u?The general tendeuey of the
narket is toward increased case,'and the
mtlook is m>t favorable to holders, t'hoice
lahle butter can still he quoted in fair demand
at steady prices, however, hut on all
lower qualities the tceling is decidedly
fiiish. Quoted at .">a:M)e.
r.\Kis<? i'owuKK?;toa.'ioc per Ih.
1Jp.oo.mh -I'.ujcv, tHM- .?:? oj; plain
?l 7.*u2 ' ')
BKK*U'AX--'J'.J>C.
''anM l' Ciooiv Hialeri report trade
improving, although it is not what it
should he at this season of the
(rear. *i???*t;iti??n**: Peaches, 11> cant>
per doz. S'J 10; 2 ll? cans, $1 ?.l!> cans
tomatoes, $2 oo: 2 lh cans toniatoes$l.r-0;
Witudow corn, 2 II* cans, .vj 10; sweet corn,
?1 'JO; common corn, j>l strawberries,
H? cans, $1 7">; blackberries, 'J Ih
. litis, $1 ?"0; raspberries, 2 lh cans, $ .! 00;
'>lums, 'J H? cans, ;' 1 7.">; 1 ouabains, 2 Ih cans,
jl 7*>; cove oyster-', 1 lb cans, l?j; U lb
0IWNUKRP.ijls?Nearly out of the marn
notcil vld nililii - I... 1
I'oai.?I'er UK) bushels, c0a7 00.
t'llBBSK?The market i-. lirm ?>n old
ht?'<", and it looks as if the stock of old
ivould hardly lust thu season out. New is
itill ctlining in in udd lots, and a few sales
have been made. We quote nominally:
i'rime Ohio factory, Itic per pound to the
poltiolo trade: New York <lo.,lCc;
<*111? KKss?Young and old $'J f?Oa" (X)
?er do/fii: dressed lUallc per pouuil.
l)i:ii:i> Fi'.t tt?The market moves slowly,
ind remains easy. Apples quoted nt It.'jtt
lc; l'etwhesllc lor mixed; l lo for prime
talves. Other quotations: Prunes, 7,
I'urrants, 7.1 jc; Uaisius, new, $1 '.Hi; Valencia.
new,
The demand has fallen oil some*
What, mid prices hnve dropped t?? 11c.
r'isii There in a fair trade reported, tju olai'n>ns:_
For packages containing 100 ll?s of
sound lish; light weight ami inferior qualtv
at prices to correspond: Cod lis h,
.(" ncless cod lc. Lake herring; new ?2 50.
tVhiie Kish. ">o. Half bids. No. 3 mack;rel
$1 75: No. J, >"> 50.
FkaTUKKs?Dull; live geese, 50?(S0c.
I'm; it?Oranges plenty ut$?s no V l''Jl?".
er box $'> ;.0. Lentous at $-1 .'<0 box.
ri.ot'K?There is au active demand, and
m excited market in sympathy with the
vnr news from Kurone. We advance our
luotations to the following figures:
Kanrr brands ?810 OftgU r?0
family i) UOu'J "5
iujier f. iMtiiT i*t
Spriiij ? s " '?
Itye I TSci.'i (to
Uui-ltwbvat Flour 7 Wt^T 50
Frits?We take the following quotations
from a circular issued by llorkheimer
,t Co.: Mink, loc a$l 5??; muskrat, ."alSc;
raccoon, 5a8ilc; skunk, 10?if*0e; grey fox,
$1 'J'tal 50; red fox, 7afl -n; otter, $ "> 00
;n) w, ?|'??v?uin, ii'uich'; wuu tMi, lon.'iuc;
lion >! cat, ;'ial.V; >!?fej? pelts, 20ca$l ikJ.
(ir.o< j'r.it: ?Bio cotlee i-. in fair demand
:tml easier. Sugars are tinner, with hii upward
tendency. Now Orleans molasses in
|*(?iul demand. Our quotations are as
lollows: (?(ion?! Kio quoted tit
.'J rents prime 23c; choice 'Jlc; Java
52c; best roasted 28; yellow ltio 25c. Syrups
?Common 45a50c; priuie 55aG0c; New Orleans
Molasses, choice title. Sugar*?Belined,
hard* crushed 12c; powdered ami
granulated 1'jc; A Cotleo ll'i'c; 1$ 111 ,c;
extra t' lie; commercial A .Sugar 11 He;
onimercial I'. llJie; commercial C 11 ',c;
yellow lie. A'lVr?Carolina .r?J^a6c; New
i?r!?-ans fully fair l1'-jc; prime i'.^c; choice
10c.
(ilNSKNO?Quoted at SOnVOc. 4
Oka in?The market is fairly active
ivith considerable firmness in* values.
IVheat continues scarce nnd firm. We
quote: HVirut at $1 50a 1 65; Corii, 40a45c;
'juts, 33a35c; Rye, 50e; llarlri, 80c.
11AY?There is no change in this marcot.
Loose is selling at $10al2 per ton.
I lox K Y?Per pou nd, 18a20c.
Nails?'The following are the card rates:
S'ails, Bradi nnd Fencing?10 tu60d$2 60;
>.| and I'd $2 85; (id and 7d $3 10; 4d and 5d
?335; 3d $ 110;2d $5 .'55; Barrel-?.* in. $t! GO;
:m in.$560; I in. $510; l'i in. $1 35; in.
SI 10; 1', in. $3 (X); l.'j in. $3 35; Finishng
1 in. >7 ili?; 11, in. $6 <10; 1 ?m in. $ I 85;
ij to I ' l in. $4 60; 2 in. $4 35; 2,'a
M 10; 3 in. and over $3 85. Casing & Box
?10?l to 30d $3 3.'*; 8d $3 60; 6d $3 85; 4d
M10;3d $.' lo. Fine Blited-ld$435;3d $560;
:d $6 35. Lining?7, iti. $7 10: in. $860.
1'obacco Ilhd?lod $3 10; M $3 35; (id and
'd $3 tk). Clinch?all sizes $4 35. Cut
Spikes?all sizes $285. Boat Spiks ? all
$3 slating?5d $3 60; Id $3 CO;
hi $4 35; 2d $5 *>.
oils? Carlton, It?e per gallon; miners t?Sc.
i i.nioss Very scarce. Quoted at $3 5u?
I oo per barrel.
I'orATotts?Firmer, at the recent adranee.
Quoted at 25aI 40 per bushel.
Provisions?A fair trade is reported,
?ut prices are weaker and lower. Mess
IWk?$15 50alt> OoO. Bacon?New bacon
tow ready; shoulders 7a7'.?c; bugar cured
r?ie; hams llal.c; breakfast bacon 10)'Ja
12c; clear aides Oj?je. New Ijird?Butchrs
10c; fancy city lie.
iUG8?2a2Kc per pound.
SEttl>s?Timothy seed, $1 00a2 if, per
?u*h.; clover nominal.
Salt?Per barrel, $1 25.
Saukk Kkai t?Per barrel, $'.\il0..
TaL1.ow-.7Mc for country.
Toit.vcco?Navies, 63a66c; twists, G5a"0c.
Wheeling STOGlKs?Per 1,000, $l050a
1! 60.
Wool- 35a33o for .choice washed, and
iHic third oil for unwashed.
Toledo.
Toledo, April 18. ? Flour? Firm.
Wheat?Strong; No. 1 white Michigan$185;
extra white Michigan $1 88; amber do spot
iml seller May and dune at $1 SO; No. 2
red winter spot seller April ami May $1 78;
red|$l ?'9; rejected Wabash red lit fl 32
bid; ilo Daytou and Michigan $1 30; No. 2
imber Illinois $1 77. Corn?Firm; high
mixed spot 52,'ic; seller May 52c asked; No.
! spot 51c; seller May 51 Md seller June
>2e asked; 51,'jc bid; ;No. 2 white 54c; rejected
5lc. Oat*?Quiet, but firm; rejected
59c. Clover Seed?$8 50aS GO.
S
Wheeling I'nmlly Market.
[ MEAT AND roOLTRT .
niKFi Lamb, lilnd qmr. l.'U
Ilouuil, Hi ?l2Vfnri IjhiiIi, jorequar... 15
1 Klliup 1031'.'% KihK.
I hiiu 15 Kail ...... 12H
Purter-hooso 15 Fresh steak la'k
lb?as' I'-'S llOMt 12K
rilrw H Maui...,. i'i
Cornr.I lo Haui, ilicvl - !B?
' Dried '.'0 .. jr.
, Tongue M)a<iO I jti <I i >
Tripe 7ft vhal.
| Liver ? r. Cutletl 15
Tallow 8 IUom ? -'<<
1 Minus. Stew to
CllO|? .. . ?0 POULTRY.
I Hllid quarter |.'?< Chlrkeni ,?5H0
, For? quarter lo Chicken*. per n>..10?12!j
rtmi.
, Mackerel, null..., Snlft Lobsters ;iJ
llflnlnpidm ... 25 Ojitm,lnllctn~.80?80
IVrth, string Oysters. |*r ?iuart25*H'?
?'od 10 Claim - M
, Fresh Salmon, Hi., My,
OROCMim.
Mutter, 111 MM lUlslus 12><al5
, Chitw, Hi ITalS Kng. Currants Mil)
til).: J'.'S I'm DM 10
Milk, t|t Ual'i Vinegar, sal Xta40
tka. Cider lia 10
Unvn, ll? Mofl 00 PUkl.i* 10
Ktig. breakfast (Ou.sfl Crackers, II
(Muni* :tOn!*o Laundry i>tarrh....A?lo
Julian J'.itoHd Crauberrlci.prqt HUI.!1.
cokvkk. Na?y Italia Ju "
Ja?a IW*M CANDMW?
UI.I ::?V> H|*rin mio
si iiaii. Cumiiioii nuilil 15
(lbs for $100. tfui-soda ..5
llliK'k, Hi 7 SUAI'?
Crushed, Hani ">
I'ulvrri/?i|, m ..?7 Iloialiiy, <|l s
Orunulatcd, lb 7 Henna, |ier <|t JiilO
llrown, lb 10.iIJ Dried apple*, per lli.-S
Molaaaes, gal 75 Dried Peaches 1'.";
Syrup Goal CO Flour, sack...81, Hal *
Maple syrup, per Corn iiii-aI, peck ..15a,'o
j*Quart 38 Buckwheat.per n. ?;
Honey 3 Saner kntul, pr .... '
Citron 40
VKiiKTAIILKM AND OABDKJf IAITK.
Polntoes,pcck jl'ia 10 Meets, per ?|r |>eck. *
Ihtiont 40a5u Parsnips, pr qrpeck...5
Onions, lie*, pr bcli ft Carrots ft
Utilise. I*r Imuch.r.iS Khubirb pr bmuli...
Urcona?xale, } $ pk 15 Kadlshe* '
Spinach 151 Cueuiulieri, each "0
Turnips, per I?ck25a30
KRflTi. NtTS. KT?'.
Apple*, peek i'ori'i Walnuts, Kng'h... :s
Orange*, each Itifi Walnuts, Naples.. .15
Oruuges, dox. .'JVilo Almond*,*<>(l stiell,
Lemons, each 5alo it. :w
Umiioih, ilo/ "auio AluiiiiuU, I*|>cr
Dales, lli lte'25 alicll 40
Fig* lOa'JO Peanuts, quart lo
I Ira/11 Ntils, lb 20 Candies, uoortid,
l'e?in Nuw - '.'0 lb
NICKIM.
Timothy, IiiikIi .SJ 75a:iooji'lurer, while .. ' o.n'^i
Itwl-iop I in I'anary ni-?I, lb.. 1Clover,
ml. lb is |Uap?m*.l J.
OIIJS, KT?'.
Sihtih, ?;:?I j 11" l.iiiMvil Ml
WluiI,- I |.| | Horning liui.l
nintllliHt. -i I iL.Mir.it)** .' V'?
Kitom-iic ... :!l |AUi>hul !l I*'
Turitfiiliiic 7.i | Curtail iiulil
l-u l "*njl IM I
HY TKLEQRAJ'U.
\vw \ or it noiii1) ami SlucliN.
NkwYouk, April 13.?MoXKV?Closed
easy at L'a.'t per rent. Prime mercantile
paper per cent. Custom receipts $1.7.',
Oihi. The Assistnnt Treasurer disbursed
$121 ,(XHI. Clearings |V!,?HH),000. Sterling
tirni; actual business, long 4.K7; short 4.8S&.
Uoi.o?Opened at 1U6*A (Vi percent
lower than yesterday's closing price), dedined
to i>iit the announcement
that the Uusaian Charge d" Allaire* had
heen ordered by his government to quit
Constantinople to-morrow strengthened the
market, and the price advanced to loo;,.
At the dose, however, t!ie price reacted to
IOC.;;. Carrying rates 1 to "'J percent.
Loans were also made Hit and at la- p?-r
cent for borrowing.
Sn.vKP.?At London .v..I. Here, silver
bars are $1 greenbacks, -1 -J gold.
Silver coin )'} per cent discount.
GovKUSMK.NT.s?Closed firm.
Utilt*?t ."intra At of tMl. coupon* U
KiV.wl WYUtim (I.Vj/j) - u "i
Ft??us???i iu? Km
FIto-TWOQUM U8G7l - -II.' J
KiTc*'rvenU?? ~..1H
New Five* 111*$
Now F?ur uiiit .? tudfa ......... .1' >'.
Ten-Ion tea .!i i
Ton-forlico (rtiu|?iur)... ?... 11Currenrjr
tti*M ?... 1~ I S?
U.vti.no.vtt Hoxt?s? Generally strong.
St. Joe convertibles declined to 70.
Stati: Skct uitiks?Steady.
Stocks?Opened heavv and soon the
market became irregular) tho coal shares
showing great weakness, recording a de-1
line of u to 'j\n jut cent. .Morris a |
Essex fell from to GiF- regular.
On the reports that tin- interest on j
the bonds ?>t the company wouM be tlefaulted
l?v the Delaware,* Lackawanna A
Western, It tell from ;*>l to '17;-. atd^Pelaware
fc Hudson from 40)-j to .'5SJi. In recard
to the rumor about Morris ?fc Essex,
President Sloan says there is uo truth in
the report that the Delaware, Lackawanna
ite Western Co. would prohaldv, or it is at
all likely, to default on the guaranteed interest
and dividend of the .Morris ?fc Essex.
It is Mated that only 7.">,000 tons ;instea<l
of 100,000 tons of coal will he oll'ered at the
coining sale. After the oflicial denial of
President Sloan, Morris & Essex reeovered
nearly 2 per'ceut, and Delaware it Hudson
ami Delaware, Lackawanna & Western }.
per cent. Illinois Central was weak and declined
2 per cent The general market was
influenced very little by the break in coal
stoi^ks, and outside of a few shares the prices
were well maintained, and towards the
close the market was steady and higher,
prices advancing per "cent from the
lowest point. In the late dealings coal
stocks were the most conspicuous in the
improvement. Morris it Essex recovered
from 06?* to 72. Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western from 47% to -ID and Delaware &
Hudson from 3SJ-S to 4QJ?. The trunk line
shares were also noticeably firm and closed .
at or close on the highest tiKUtcsoftheday, I
ami Illinois Central sold up to 50%. ,
Messrs. Kennedy ?fc Co, are to resume on
a basis of notes at four, six ami twelve
months. The lirm believe they can pay
1(H) cents oil the dollar in time.
The transactions at^regated 200,000
shares, of which -12,(100 were Western1
Union, 3,000 Northwestern, l.r?,lX>t> Rock
Island, .'5,000 St. Pauls, 35,000 Lake Shore,
12,000 Michigan Central,01,000 Delaware,!
I.tckawanna & Western, 10,000 Delaware
Jj Hudson, 5,000 Morris Ac K?scx anil 3,000
Illinois Central.
Western Union C. V. A I -J
Uulckjilver la' NcwJcrMe3rlV11tr.il 7'.'.
Quicksilver pW J'.' K k k Island .... '.H,'.
I'dcitic Wail lti'i tit. Paul MM...
Mariposa :t?4 Ht. p^ul preferred.. U 1
Maripona preferred.. :iy4 Wabash -... > |
Adams Kxpreaa i? I't. Wayne 1*7
Weill. Fargo A Co... 81 Term Haute - I
American .. fit Terre Haute pfd..... iu
United f'tatea 4<?4, Chicago A Alton S'.?
New York C?-utrul... Chicago A Alton pfulOl
Krle.T 6*2 Ohio A MI?tah?pi. ?
Kilo preferred 1ft Delaware ? tai-ku...
llarleia lVJ). A. A P. Telegraph...
Harlem pr?ferred...l3t Missouri l'uclflc lmj-i
Michigan Central... 11% Indiana Central.?102
Panama 8?i Burllngtort A yuln.. vi
Union Pacific stock.. ?W lUnnlhaKt??. Jtw. s |
lake Mliore'. -is',, Central lac. lwiuli.1071, j
Illinois Central .ViU Dillon Parttic bon<llal<>l
IMttiburgh ?d" Und Grants '.r?",
Northwestern coin-17 Sinking! uni j
Northwestern pM...
t'liintgo.
Chicago, April 18.?Flour?Hood de-1
maud at full prices. (Wheat?Active, lirui I
and higher; No. 1! Chicago spring $143?.,
cash; $l|4t> May; $1 40^June; No. J, $1 36J?
al 37}?; rejected $118aI 22. Corn?Strong
and higher at 4<ic cash: 47X<' May; 4$Jac
June. Oats?Active and a shade higher at
37a37.'^c May; 37Ka37Xc June; rejected
31c. Itye?Kasier at 78c. Barley?Stronger j
and higher at 01c. Pork?Unsettled but
generally lower, closed steady at $15 25
cash; $15 17'j:il5 'JO May; $15 32}*al5
June, l^ard ?Unsettled but generally
higher; $0 85?9 87,'j May; $9 !>'>n9 97
June. Dulk Ments?Steady and unchanged.
Whisky?Demand fair and market |
firm at $1 07;
At the close wheat was unsettled at
$1 45?? May, $1 40)* June. Corn active,
unsettled and a shade higher at 47J8a
47?<o May, 48Ka4S??c June. *>atH higher
at 38o May, 3SKa3S&c .1 une. Pork higher
at $15 30 May, $15 45 June. Lard higher
ut j'.' 90a9 92j<J, May $10 02^.
riiilutlclpliin.
Philadelphia, April 18.-Flour? Firm;
Minnesota family $8 25a9 00; Wisconsin
do; $8 00;*Penusylvaiiia $8 60a9 25; 'Ohio
and St. Louis $9 75al0 00; high grades
$9 Mall 00. Wheat?Weak and less active;
amber $2 00. Rye?Scarce at 90a95c, latter
for fob. Corn?Yellow and milked C2c.
Oats?Unchanged, Seeds?Scarce; clover
14J*al5>ic; timothy $2 00. Butter?Quiet;
New York and Bradford county extra and
western do new 24a26c; old 16a 18c. Cheese
?Western tine 14al4,'?c, Eggs?Western
frosli easy at ,15al(lc. Petroleum?Unsettled
and nominal; refined 15}?e; crude ll"ei'.
Whisky?'Webteru $110.
I>ry <?ootlM.
New York, April 18.?Business light
iu nearly all departments, owing to sloruiv
weather. Cottons quie( and unchanged.
Prints in light demand from first hands,
but jobbing fairly. Dress goods quiet and
heavy, Faucy c'asslnieres and suitings are
more" inquired for by clothiers. Foreign
goods dull.
New York.
NkwYobk, April 18.?Cotton?Quiet n
ll??aU HC. Flour?Quiet but stcadv; No
' $: 25aG 15; uuperliuo western and Stat
$0 l>5?7 00; coiuuioii t?? good $7 05; good t"
! choice $7 35a7 50; wldta wheat extra$7 55
1 850; fancy $5 lOalO 25; extra Ohio $7 10
' M 00; St. l.??uls $7 30al0 00; Minnesota j?al
ent process $'.? OOall 00. Wheat?Mor
doing, hoth (or export nn?l city milling
ungraded spring$1 -4 al 55; No. 3 Milwau
kee in store $1 55; No. i! Chicago sprinj
old in More $1 58; No, 2 Northwesteri
$1 00; No.'-' Milwaukee in store $1 C4al GO
white Michigan $1 K*>; No. 2 Chicago sprini
regular nominally $1 l?2al 01. Itye?Quiet
western 93al?7e. Jtarley?Scarce; ungradc.
Cannda lK)ai*.".c. Malt?Quiet but linn
Corn -I'alr trade for export and hoino use
ungraded western mixed GJ)<e; Mean
mixed 03}a:i04c; low mixed GV/ic, oli
western mixed in More 00%c, OatsKisier;
western mixed and Stato 42a5t!c
white western 48aC3c. Hay?Firm an<
unchanged. Hops?Steady; yearling* (it
10c; new westean Pa 13c! Coflee?Qaie
and unchanged. Sugar?Strong; fair tt
good refining o}^at)??e; mime OJfc; refine*
firm and unchanged. Molasses?Better in
luirv. lliec?Quiet but steady. Whisk}
?Steady at $1 00) ?al 10.
C'iiMiiuiiitl.
Cincinnati, April 18.?Cotton-Quie
and steady at iOJic. Flour?In good dc
maud at full prices. Wheat Demand fail
market firm; red $1 70al 80. Com?Fail
demand, but lower; sales at 'IGnlSc. Oat;
Higher at 40al5e. Itye?Steady at Sfinssc
Hurley?Stronger; good to prime fall 60i
70c. Fork?In fair demand at $15 ;".0i
15 75. l.nrd?Quiet; steam held at 10c
kettle 10%allc. Hulk Meats? In fair de
maud; shoulder* 5?*n5Kc} short rib 7:n<
spot; $7 05oS 00 buyers April; slu-rt cleai
S 'hC. llaeon?Fair demand at C^atiJinS',,:!
8%ai)c. Hutter-Pulland unchanged. Wilis
ky?Demand fair aud tending upward al
$1 05.
llodH?Quiet; common $ I 40a I 00; fair
to good light $5 25; packing $5 20a5 25;
butchers' grade $5 10a5 50.
Allt'Klieiiy Cntlle.
Fast Liukrty, April 18.?Catti.k?lieceipts
to-day 323 head, or 10 ears of through
and ! cars of yard stock; total for two davs
27 earsof through and 30 cars of yard stock,
<>a !?G1> head. Supply light, nearly all sold
at prices much tlie same as last week. Ileal
f?i *h>, medium to goodj $5 25a5 75; common
to fair $1 50:i5 25.
lloiiK?Receipts 1,510 htttd; total for
i*" uays ;s,;un? head. Yorker* ? .'R'aj fit);
Philadelphia* .<"> 70a.") SO.
SiiKKr? Receipts t<Mlnjr L'.tlOO head, total
for two tlavti lo,7U0 head. Sellingnt $-1 23
:l0 IK).
I'illNbnrKli.
l'lTTSBUROlI, April Is. ? Petroleum?
< 'rtule tiriucr nt -J 10 :it Parker's: re lined
lull and lower, quote*! at 11 Philadelphia
delivery.
OTOVES & HARDWARE.
The Cheapest,
Ike Best,
The l.aigest
cooKsro^E
In the Market is the Celebrated
VALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A {,'reat variety of other Cook Stoves always
on hand. , WET A11 Stoves guaranteed.
Marbelized Iron anil Slate Wantels.
Freestone and Slate Hearths, Ic.
Call, examine ami see prices before purchasing
elsewhere. inr'J:!
|) F. CALDWELL
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles.
Common Grates, Tile anil all kinds of
Terra Cotta goods,
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOGKT11F.U WITH A COMPLKTE AS
SOHTMEST OF
COOKIMG STOVES
And House Furn'udunt; Goods. We call
special iitteution to the
Peorloss Radiator Shaking Grate.
The most complete Grate in the market.
It can he seen in operation in Mr. Frank
Coen's tine residence on the Island. <*nll
and examine.
1.107. 130!) A 1511 Mnin Street,
near It. ?V O. IC. IC. l>cpol. mri?
VOU GOING TO MOVE?
Don't You Want :i
n i ' -
iNewuookbtove
The BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN
THE MARKET can be found at
IVo. Mi>r? Main St.
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTIIEH
First-Class Stoves,
Chii how he bought Cheaper than ever
before.
AJ.l. STOTKS H'.l niUXTKl) TU PI.KASK
Don't fall to call and *ee our stoek hefore
purchasing.
JOSEPH SELL & CO.
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
No. l-l-j') Main St., Wiirklixg, \V. Va.
nirlU
To Builders & Dealers
IX
Paints, Oils, Varnislies,
WINDOW GLASS,
Doors. Sasli. Shutters,
Frames, Lumbor, Lath & Shingles,
We can and xn'll give you Bottom Prices.
Try uh before buying elitcwhere.
Manes, Wilson & Co.,
1228 Maukkt Street.
nirtJ
jyj-APl.E SUOAK.
A few Urn-Is wry choice granulate I. For wile
by
pit LIST, DAVENPORT 4 PAP.KS.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
t
JOHN J. JACOB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce In People'* Hank HuiMing, cornei
of Main tuul Twelfthwtrcetn. tipt;
J PALLA8 EWINO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 64 TWBI.FTH ST.,
defl WHEEUNO, \VtVk.
yy .!. W. CoWPEN,
A 11 o r 11 ? y u t JL ii w.
Ottiit*-No. 1222 UurUNKST.,
W11EEUNO, W. VA.
I'ri>uij>t nlleutlon to all l>u?iun>? entrusted to inj
_ __ f?7
II. COCHRAN,
Attorney nt Lnw,
t 1220 I'll Al'l.lNK STKRKT,
' __fel WIIKK1.INU, W. VA.
J ^yiLUAM KUSK1NE,
J A 1.1 o l* n ? y a 1 I. u av .
' (Mliioof lltn late W. H. Alliiou, No. 11IUI lini?:
WlnvlliiK, W. Vn.
Will |'ritc tl<i! In tin- State and Federal Court*
[ 11KNJAMIN 8. ALLIbON, Notary Pcnur.
( (Htlco m nl-orc. delft
; ^yiLUAM riiiLirs,
Justico of the Peaco & Real Estate Agent,
No. GO TWXLPTH fciT., WllKKMNO.
Collections i<( nil kiuda tundo and ]>rore?tU
promptly remitted. )n.'t
Q C. OUISTEP, M.D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
0|TKI( K?NO. M 1'OTKTKKNTU HT.
W11 KM LINO, W. VA.
Office Uoun-8 to 10 a. m. 1 in 3 p.?; , Jtfl
yy.M. II. HKAKNK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OAice with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Mnrkct
Street. Ollici? U)> Main.
RU3U
pA N IKL LAM B,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Batik,)
'e-1 Wheeling, ^ Vh.
ilira us,
A i i <> i-11 o y u t X.. a w .
( W'.v 71 Tirclft.'i $!rert, \Yhttlino, H', I'ti.
I'ractirc* in the Courts o{ Ohio, Marshall
and Tyler couuties, W. Va. novl7
QANl EL PECK, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1404 Chauliue Street, Wheeling, W. V?.
e'J:?
R. CALDWELIj,
Attorn?y at Law,
No. 63 Twelfth St. (Next door to Odd
Fellow's liall, first floor.)
i?r21
I INCH A THOMPSON.
1J
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I'.'OS ClUPUMK HTr.KKT.
Ilooiu No. 1 (Kid Fellow*' liuiiding?up stairs,
in r.'S
DRUCCISTS.
The Housekeeper's Delight.
LOGAN, I "as?01l"?
CoiHliluvd In projier proporLIST
& CO S Ilium cl^iot ElKult, 1UItor
Cakes.
EXCELSIOR IX*"o?.OOJ
The I?oat Hotels u?o It.
DAI/INQ l,est Steamboats usp It.
DHl\inU Thobeat Familiesum> it.
POWDER, "" - ""
| Ail kinds ?f Cakes, UUeult,
CYPCI CinB Rusk,GriddleCakes,round
uAuHLOIUIi cuke, Marlilo Cake, Corn
DAI/INQ Bread,Puddings and Pastry,
DMIMliU elegantly made with It, and
P fl \AI 11 T R :l Mongol time, laltor,
rUn U t n. eugs and shortening.
CYPCI CinP Dealers tell us that tin v
HAUtLOlUll; have injured their trade l.yi
DAI/IMC selling inferior Bakiugl'owDMlXlMU
aer9. They say they have
POWDER.!K^i.,i."^u"
EXCELSIOR o Honed u*t, No Chalk, No
PAtHMH Alum, No Dyspepsia,in !.?
rtl\ll\U pn?, i.|rt .v (Vs Jucvlaiur
POWDER.
ICvery I-aiuily, Hoarding
CYPCI CII1P House, Hotel atui Mertliant I
uAuHLOlUn lion 1<1 have it. Ask y?ur|
j li rarer or Druggist for !.<?dai/1
mp '-ist a co's kxcklsior i
DttMIMU B*KtX? fOITDKII. If he does
| not have it, ask him tu send
H II W n P R I lor u< Vo" wi" not rrgret
ru W U t II. I h, nor will ho. apTiUir
R. A. McCABE & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
Nos. 1423 Main and 1428 South Streets,
WHEELING, W. VA.
A. full ami complete stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Patent
Medicines and Proprietary Articles,
Paints, Oils and Dye-Studs,
Varnishes, &c.
. Orders from City and Country Dealers
respectfully solicited.
fltOl'ItlRTOBS OI-'
ENTERPRISE BAKING POWDER,
KRAFT'S DIARRHEA COMPOUND,
DR. ROBERTS' COUGH SYRUP,
DR. ROBERTS' IMPERIAL LINIMENT.
BOl'SH'S WollM CANDY,
EXTRACT OF GRAPEVINE.
MIS GET THE BEST!
iREIEID'S |
COUGH SYRUP!
Do Not Neglect u Cold However Slight.
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., use
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
There in no Preparation equal to it. Try
it and hp convinced.
REMEMBER! Ahk for "uum's Cough
SYltlT," atul bo sure you get it.
;i'lttCK 25 CKNT8 I'KIt UOTTLR.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
WHKKLTSO, W.Va.
SULV BY All. Ph'ALZRS JK MKD2CIXFS.
ap2
MERCHANT TAILOR!.
New Goods!
SPRINGfand SUMMER
C. HESS & SON,
Merchant Tailors,
COR. 14th AND MAIN ST8.
Have juitreceived their Urge and elegait
took of Uooili lor
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Ktubracing nil new dftigiii of
Cloths,
Cunsimeroa,
Voitingi,
Suitingi, and
Spring Overooitingi,
Which will be made up is th* Beet Style.
FULL LINK OK
GENTS' FURNISHING COOD8.
WU1TK MI WIS MAVtt rt) U Jill lUi.
We invite the )>uMicto call and exatuiue
our htock, feeling assured we e?u ofler hu?
i>erior iuducetueuU.
l.irlT C. HKfeM & SUN.
J. H. STALLMAN &. CO.,
Merchant Tailors!
We have received for the
Spring and Summer Trade
One of the I.AROKST AND BEST HK
LECTEO STOCK OK GOODS
ever brought to the city.
All the NEW STYLES
?OF?
Plain and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds,
Castor and Fur Beavers,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
And nil htyU-h of goods usunl.v found in tt
tirfit-dHSH fBtahlihlimc-nt.
A liup line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Always iu ?tore.
TIIK BEST PLACE, TO BUY SHIRTS
iu the city.
.SfrCall am! look nt our gooils.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
ie2S
JOHN CLARK, Jr.
cfc CP'S
Best Six-Cord
IM
"THOMAS RUSSELL,"
sole agent.
Obtained a DIP L O M A for
''Excellence in Color.
duality ami Finish."
which"is the <
HIGHEST AWARD
(illANTCU TOKPOUL <OTTON AT
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.
i
lpARSONB?
PHOTOGRAPHIC SHADOW, i
lOPFKCXS.
iiiri's
0 nr KIN MKT/, I
Paper Box Manufacturer, ,
No*. l.'Jl and 1213 Main Street, up ilalrs (old 1
Union Hall), h how pirtxirpd to tiiakit ail kinda of
Fane* and rlaln Pip* r Hoxea In >w ntyle and t
at a* low price* as ?njr liouae iu the country. Or- ?
dura froui tlm country promptly attend**! t?i. ?
jur.M
j itst km'kivkn-anotliek i.ot ok i
DIRT BARROWS. !
i
The iirlen puta them within the reach cl ttorr- '
Irtljr that haa use for h Wheelbarrow.
I 1 ha*?> aim on hand a No. 1 HKAVY WAGON', ,
| suitable for hauling 1M< Metal, Iron or Htone. Thla i
i Wagon wa* made by one of our l>?t citjr makem. J
| It it ottered at a very low price. Call and aee It. ?
.JACOB SNYDER, j
t
1405 MAIN STREET. I
1 mr?3
GROCERIES.
ios. Speidel & Co., l
THE LEADING GROCERS. "
y
u
Largest and Best Assorted ?
Stock in the City.
1*
h
Best Goods and Lowest Prices c
v
AT THE ?
NEW DOUBLE IRON FRONT *
BUILDING. 3
0
1416 Main <l 1417 South Sti. Jj
. ci
ap3 Jttit oppoilte B. & 0. i:. R. Depot,
DRYCATSII'S
Or Aromatic Heaionlng for Mcata, Oyitcn, FUh.Ar. ?
THOBUUN a IMIO. to
O UN DRIES? ~ ~ "
llarden'a Cnndenicd Milk, llalfor.rs, l?a A lYr- l"
rlu?', and trliwc of Wale* Sauiva, Tomato Caffm-, ul
At-., at TI10MKN I.IT-.
QAUFOllKlA DlilED FRUITS.
ChoIcc (pared) California IYar?. \\
Cliolcv " Allien Kvd|<urolcvl I'cuclios
Ckuiui California l'luini.
Just tm'lvtd an<l for #alo liy
? TllOilOUN A BHO., n,
uir:u? _ Cur.Mnrk.-i.il. I Htli. Ul
M. BBILLY,
Wholesale Grocer&Pork Packer, ^
N(M. 18U9 A 1311 MAIN HI.
Ui
wrsiie Aci'tit l*ii|?int l'owilfr Mill*. __
171L0U11.
I1 Bi
In store and arriving tlic following favorite brands M,
of Family and Funcr Flour, via: Iji
Now Process. family; Bcllalri' (Nortnu's); (Sold Hti
Medal iDronei Co.) fancy; Alcshlrc's No. I. W
___ i M. BKILLY. Bt
Refined suuaks. fi
Al
A full line,embracing Crushed, l'owdered.Uranulatcil,
Block and tint various pmlc.iof Collie and
Yellow Kumars. Just received and tor rait* l?y J*
M. HK1L.1.Y. g
\fEW ORLEANS SUGAR AND MO
XI LtAfiSfcd. ?
I have now In slock a full supply of strictly prime p
Louisiana buwr and ptftne to choice Molasses. In- J.V
duccmenta offered to purchaser! who mar want to V,
buy In lota. M. BKILLY. ( !|
pwu.
Prince Ueorge'a Codtiih.
Hotielem Codtish lu l?uw, fl.?
l.at>radnr Ueriim: in Hdrrelsaml Halve*.
Hound Herring tu Barrel* an>l Halves. . ,
Niw. I, 'J and :i Mackerel In Halves ami Kit.". .
l.ake Herring and Whitc-lith In Hut v. .
Just recelred ami for sale l>y M. ItKI i I V.
OtUNDRIEB.
O i!
In storpat all tlitloafull llnosuf (irrenau I Loasted
Collets, (ioMenSyrup*, Virginia and Kentucky i
Pluj{ ami Twist Tohmcoa, Oils, Uacon (uiyown
curing), l*rd,Teas all styles and kimN, tannul i
(foods, Pickles, SoajM, N*la, lirom's l'ruc.1, Ac., |
At!., which 1 offer lu the tradu nl lowest mutkel
prices.
uirao M. KEII.LY.
rjpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'.
The undersigned respectfully calls the attention
of lloust'kce|H.iaand Consumers to his large sti* k ot
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES _
1/
Which has l?een selected from liist bands with care,
and which heotlersutueiie.tr Wholesale l'ricea aa
It is possible to get.
Special Inducements to Liberal Buyers. -v
uq.Ooods delivered to any part of the city.
K. J. SMYTH,
Corner .Market and Fourteenth titrccU. ?
And U. J. 8MYTII A CO.,
tnrl7 ftt Zanoh't., Island. l.'i
"Satin Gloss" Flour.
100 Bbls. Just Received.
14
At
Thla is the finest quality of Flour
manufactured, and has all the 'aIioIptome
and nutritious qualities of the unbolted
Flour, combined with unequalled Jj]
at.
whiteness and purity. J
tin
tiu
List, Davenport & Parks, ?;
SOLE AGENTS. rj
uol5 1
PRINTING,
rl?
HITCH AS iu)
Cards, ilE
Bill Heads, ?
fw
Circulars, i
ctu
Posters,
Receipts,
a h
'I
low
Or, in tart, every N urirty ami Utylo of hoi
10*1
It i
Si
JOB WORK, ?
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in i
fcr:
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, at till! oI,
A
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE. D
Cli
Now Typo, ^
New PrcKHt'w,
kc?
A
ANI> TIIK
".V
JEST STOCK IN THE MARKET i|
No
25 and 27 Fourteenth St.
shorthand AND VKltllATIM ilK jv
5 porting.
Those intended (or jirofmlona) ormnmntilc joiltloni
should actiuirr l'liuiirlic nl.urth.md Ufor?>nterit)g
on Bitualicns.
Written Imtruction l?r mall. Term*, 4c., ?|?|4y
0 tti>OT. Mi CAN.N, of the J'hcirt.r > ?I
ly of <irrut Uriiain, Trachrr of l'ln~
Mtiiyhy, Ac.) l'.O. l!ox IX?, Bellalrr, (JUta /
lonrm lton Hooka 50c itch. mrl2 to I
CARRIAGE 7 ?
SECRETS. 3
,11 Uiul pf DImmm, with hunilml* of trrnpa,
1 No liurry.th* I" mwrUfv. ttirlr in
ur?anUnirr.'fr<U*on all fully riplilnlpj thr.,
auto. i>m(>tumi*bitinr?ii(i?iun i it iithvon'y real1,
ri?fitli>e work will* kind rwr pub nh?U, i?4l?r?wnp!H?
Oiirrjr (irntcrrurtl) ?r?l?U Oil flT.pt Ut 4*1
Kf. C. A. IIOIIANNAN. CW MvltZl fitUj Ittnf,
t. 1*>ui?, Mo- t:?UlilUl.rJ<u U.T.
Bacon and lard. w
A lull lupplr on hind of Le*f Urd, t)l
I. C. Hamt, Khouldm,Ciwr Hld?, a. C. briiketU, 1!
tc. Ordcrt filled fresh from iinok* boon dailr. i.ila
M. ttEILLz.
TRANSPORTATION.
JALT11IOUK & OHIO KA1LUOAD.
|M
No. 6. TTu.?* Mo. 1. how
n?5!F*"~ * * * * r. m. a.m.
MSc? M? *? *? '?
raIUm~ 11:05 *U 11:45 4:W
** * A. u.
Ecr is ?? fS
(Mh'lon 6i,_
' iS w"
wiMtiphi.
?? York B..?,
Dally nccpt Huudaj.
WKyriun .Mi. | No. 8. No. a.' .NoTo."
'isfe.--- <:isr.K to.2sr.,.
'""'i11" It* M Mt> KSOl.N,
imus: :: : J?."
: uo iaso??
KJXSi 1*2 " "***
!uVn&*U 8.10 " IUMA.N.
^uUTilJ.t 12 ftaK'| 7;SH 2
"""" M* ll:23r.M l'i:40N ii
. lW?? B^Oa.N ssSu.
' W 8'JU "
'Pmlyfii-,ii Siunlajr. ?W
Noa. s umt lo tuuku duat> comirctlou at Cbluuibui
r all |*uuit^ NHillinndHoutliwist; *t ChlitAj for
11 |?luta Wnl ana Northvmu
r UUv'FB fonn*cUon? at Baltluiorr
tin S, i 'm T lork,,u' &?<ou. At WaaliKton
CUjr lor u'.l peiuti Houth.
l .'n u tVi'!^ A. %! iJ,re^, founectlom lor
UiVim .r .'V Norihwwt.
ruUuuQ l ftlacvcara ou all night tralua. ,
WHKtl.lNU, PITT8. A BALT1MOBK DIV.
h^ 'r~- !. InlfM.iaiijr at
? ,?** ll>: IU &.U1
K.nplBunjU,. "i
Tlckrta to nil principal potnu on aals at Dtrot
Mc? ojicii nt all hours during ttiedar. '
11108. II8HAUP,
It T. UtVKla, njfr&nt
1I.KVKLAND ?V PITTSBURGH IUILUOAD
J ^JJOM&MUUJ TIM* CA UJJ.
&W-JSSBS fei";i " ?
*'"mino. | l.,u arm.
LIUVV.
Jlalre 6:55 a. u.110:60 a.m. 3 (mr. 1,
ldfieport fcfti 2i:oo ? J-iu
iruu'a l'crrj... 6:13 " hi:0S " Ji- ..
gnnso? C:JS '? 11:50 < 8:.y ..
| 7H? ' 1X0(1 r. M.I 4.04
olUfille 8:2U " 1:85 ' | 6:50 '
icbutcr 0:30 " 2:30 C:40 "
AI-juvit.
ttabirgh 10:53 ' 8:40 " 7 4.'. '
tuunt l:Mp.a. 'J:40 ' 12:16 a. m
irrM.urg 11:06 " 2.10 a.m. 8:56 "
.It i more 7:46 "
nnhlngton UIJ "
illadt-iphia 8.10 a. y. 7:00 ' 7:85 "
w York 6:!S " 10.15 " 10'
ton 4:.'<0 r. 8 40 P. M.
lium ?...... 12:28 " 6:15 p. m
vent# 1:25 " 6:08 "
uL*ou 1:55 ' 6:33 "
eviiatid 3:10 " 7:35 .....
. Wayiui 12:01 A.M. 3:.0 a.M
I'll,;.. 7:20 " lf;2U ?
6ecommo<latlon Train lear?i Bellaire at 4:40.r.w
1 arrives ul Htoubouvllle at ti:15 r. u.
J|x-(lal arcommodatlon trains liwvo lJellalre at
u a.*. Mini 12:60 1*. M.; Hridevport 10-05 a.m. ami
6 r.M.; arrive r.l MailUi's>Vrry 1015 a.m. una
? v. u. lU'turuwiK leave Murtiu'a Icrry ai li Hu
u. ar..l:: o p. Miidtfi>port(ll:lo a. m. mi i >o
u.; arrive ut Hellalro ul 11:66 A. u. und 3:16 >. M
Hikets In all prlttrlp?l points In the I * ,i sua
i*t can bo nrocun*?l nt the Ihilon'IVktl > tH.v
l.tiio llou.-v, uml ul lliu station at Bridgelvi i".
F. K. MY I.Li,
l'ftfo-iwr and Ticket Ar?t>:
)MTi?BUR01l, CINCINNATI A HI'. IOIU*
llA 1I.W A V - J'JA-JUSlMi JiUUTh.
l'bu IHrcct Uue to the Northwest, Wetl uuu
Kouthwwt.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Taking effect November 2Gtb, 187C.
'in Ihf \\\s!o"(l hL-xitU (via (.'oluiubur)
i ,i-: J.u.c. I'm'l Ex. Auoui 'u.
v nttaliur^h ... 11:20 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 3:40 j?.m.
Uteulieuville.. 12:53 a.m. 10 07 " C:I0 "
Deunlsou 2:30 ' 11:65 ' 8 30 "
Newark 4:16 " X20p.iu.
Columbus-... f:??5 " 8 60 10.15a tn.
v Ixmdoil ... 7:01 " 4:13 ' 11:11 '
.Vnla. 8.05 " 5:42 " 12:30 p.m.
Itaytuu 7:30 " 1:85 "
Cincinnati 10:55 a.m. 8:00 ' 3:15 "
li)ilisTUlft_ 12:65 tun. 7:45 "
Tui'it II'. .1 iinj .Si/t t'i (viaZaiicavill.'.)
'0 Zaucavilli'...) s :;o a ui. .' lu p iu.|
Ijuicaater ...110:15 ' 6:11 "
Clrclovlllu...! 11:15 " c 15 *' 6:10 a.in
W'ftahlngt'u'12:27 p.ia 7:1ft "
Wlliulngt'n l-.ri 8:10 "
Morrow [ 2.10 " ?j:l>4 "
Cincinnati ?| 4:51 " 10:56 '
Tu the It'n/ (in.l Anlhuut (via Culiuutiu.i.)
Fait I ml. Pac. Cblc
I.tue Ex. Ex. tlx.
A. M. A.M. P. M. P.M.
Iivt' Columbus 0:05 10:15 8:50 6:40
ivu Urlauu 7:40 6:46 7:40
1'l-iux. 8:35 6:38 i?:03
I*. M.
Richmond 10:25 3:40 8:35|
P.M.
lnJlanai>ulis 12:40 6.56 11:25
A.M.
I-oule 8:45 8:30 A.M.
1-oiMnspuil 2:25 3:06 3:06
Chicago.* 7:40 7:60 7 ">0
frtf'Fulluan Drnwlin; Room ami tjleonlng Can
iui htculfuvlllo and Cohunlius througu
wjf, tu Cincinnati, Ixmisvillp, Itnlianapolls ami
IaiuI*, and from Columbus to Chicago,
i'bu plcaiiurc revkt-r or tliose Nuking llumtt l\t
it, rfiould call on or udilrcsa llio utulrrsigmxl lor
ouch time tables, maps, land circulars uud furr
information.
W. I~ O'BRIEN,
n'l lV'sen^pr and Ticket AkcuI, No. 2I'J lltKb
U(*ct, Columbus, Ohio. Ja25
10 CAPITALISTS "
Parties of Small Means Deslrou* of
t njjnglng In Grape Growing,
Coal Miningcr Market
Gardening,
account of advanced ago I am deairoua of
my mldcnte. *ml therefore Oder for aa!e
Linn aituated oi>|x?slto the city of Wbcdluc. ou
nrcr bank, midway U-twoen Bridgeport ami
.?lorry, and immediately adjoining the rllL>
. MrHiVi1'**,, 1,1'? ,l'rolwrty cooalata of w
int., of rirer bottom,
thehlll there arc two m?run of eoal.636 and a;?
t thick, three dcpoaitn of limestone, an 8 fuoi
no dose| textureaaudor free ?toue, an Is fool
a of uurl, which altogether make a aoll ami an
lerlylug bed of di-pwdta of a rich and Taluablu
ruder.
?:i the aurfafO. thn lantr MrlU ?1.1 .v. n. _
tly sloping to the east, and nil under direct uxure
to the sun, In a Vineyard of 80 acres, mostly
awbn grajK*, all In tlno bearing condition, about y
en yean old, which has proven able lo jwy
andmoio percent to tho cultivator.
'lie property b being approached al<ovn and ?**
by an advancing lido of persons seeking small
ncnUflds, and ia now really the only unoccupied
iiorv between Uridgeport and Martin's Ferry,
s valuable us an investment for capital seeking ?
?purchase, and valuable to those vrlio waut mar*
gardening ground closo to tho city. It front*
utifully uj"jii the river and commands a view ui
city, the Island and tho whole scenery U the
be terms of sale wiil bo one-third cash, balance
two annual paytuenU. 8 per cent Interest on dered
payments. For further particular* lnquiie
richard cuawfurd
fn the premises, or by mail at Bridgeport, Ohio.
ps
DR. BUTTS'
ISPENSARYI %! MDMam?*
)..i!y )-r*nr*perifnt*ln the treatment uf tteiual ?mt
fyaf'l \rt ltr 111 TV Jf nrrlnjr?* Mtilrir.
' A I'liynlolotli-ttl VlPWr cf Murrlutf >
H jR, i?/ mania?, <>u th?inyitrrtr*?f n-nrudw i:,v*'
i 'ii anil tin* mrit inflnuit." oT wulti,
iihu-Mlanilwoiutnliii -l Anl!iu?trat<->iN>okor.'tiii*3r?.
I iuv r??.lii <. *lu?hi!iauldtwkvHuiiUrr wAaot
. 1'UIVaVF. MKDIUAL THEATIflE on all ill*#*!
i Privaw Nature tu inn, tUr abuM* and
. tutl!:i>*'(ual(ritrm, and lf,r mrtntuicurr. L>?pa<?*?
ti rn/mrliija, a.-nt Unji r*?1 lor'Ji rta.
t EDICTAL ADVICB on tfcniatand Chronic Dtaraara,
uial Wraknraa, Catanh, CBnm,lluMlirf,th?U|'iuiu
it.sr.. aMpac* workt*ntund?r ?ral fur M rt? tlil
o booka rontalnlog 4?0 pagea an<t evrrvthlng vr..rtn
?.u^ on Hm lut^ect, aent aecuroly sealed on ropt
cf CO eta. A>Wrr??, Dr. Butt*' Diipentary,
UN. 8th??.,St. Louis,Mo. (t:.ub:..hru wr.J
J ll IS, FREW A CO.,
SOOIv BINDERS
?AHD?
-HANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
in- prepare at all tlinw, with the beat material
>11 orders for iilank Hooks, auch as are used by
iks, Counties, Corporations, Railroads and Meint*.
ti|iou short nolle*, and In thu moat drsiia*
and workmanlike manner.
lavlnK all the latest und moat Improved machiy
we fed confident thai we will render entire
faction to all who favor in with their orders.
luiic, Mazarines and Periodicals of every <leptioh
lvuu.1 In a neat ?nJ durable manner.
MILLS, FREW A CO.,
Hon. 25 axn ?7 Kovrteintu Bt?
bW WHKKLD^Q, W, VA
BARRRlfl FLOl Ripley
Mills, Indiana, Atlas, Nail Uty. For
at lowwt market rates.
Lurr, davknfobt a paruj.

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