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i III: iimniikkwohav# NOX. fna rcr? humWocot, In snlMT qUlct IDOt, III the audi and la tho*?|t Worked n woiiun fuU of hopi; Waking, ?n ulouc, l;i iirorl cf undertone, ' Willi ii Hirlour for ?friend. rf?- will keep mo to tho end." -..niftliurt happening nlorg i lu'l ii'wrii the And I "fun uxd to Millie, Mure 111 ayuipathy than guile, tut I nrtcr Hiil n word, In rfgMtl to what I heard; ,\? Mioating it I mi ut her If leu J IVho would keep her to the cud. ,N'et Iii sorrow nor In glee Working all day lout; will the, A? her children, throe or four, 1'l.iywl vouiid her oti the lluor; Hnl In mbnotoiu* th?M>ng Ml. vral hamming ftll d?T IlllljC, " "Willi .1 ttatiour for n frltod. Il<'will keep iutt?th? end." It's imoiiK I do notilnc. ! v* I H?rc? bollcro n thing Of the Btorles put mv told 01 Ui? inlrnchwof old; Hut 1 ktiow that her hell. I 11 the inodynoof nrltf, , A nil till nl #ay? -t?o a frlen I *1 bat will kcephor to thunud. iu?t a trill* lonnaouio alio, l i ! as pjor n? |>jor could ho, llul lu-r rplrliD alwayi ro><, I.Ike the milihlc* In the clothe.*, And though widowed ntid alone, fa 'C*l her ullli Monotone; hi it Siviurauda frleuu Who wofll J korp her to tin* cfld. 1 in to wj hcrrutiand rub, Hit tli<' waahlioard Id tho tub, WIiIIp the baby. ioi>|??d In audi, It'.IIttl mid tumbled in iho iludi, ur w?a inddllng In tho pool*. Willi old teller* atuck In anoola, itlll liuuiutiuK to liar Frirud Who would koeji her to the end. Human hr>jw?s and human erwda lla?t> their root In human nerd*. Ami I would not with to atrip I :on that wanherwoman'a Hp Any wiitf that ahei-tn klnic. Any lao|>e that aon*' can bring, ?.r llm woman Itaau Filend Tlut will keep her to the cud. A Night With Glass-Blowers. 1 lie last stroke of midnight ntill hum* nod through the clue silent house. 1 h sitting nodding in my chair, when 1 1 n tinkling rattle* "Thecat'n in tlie cupboard," F cried, and ran to it tn n her out. Hut when I opened to (Tit >r, 1 found not the cat, hut u black .tie, with its cork stuck jauntily on one !?, talking energetically in Olacialesc a cut-glaaa decanter. "You needn't turn up your stopper nl aie," it paid to the decanter. "I'm ui id an you, and better. You have tr ute to me for your wine, and besides . lationn nhouldu't quarrel?we belong i the name old family." "The flame family! What are yot: liking about, you low follow? You'rt ily a common bottle," exclainfed tin .inter, quivering with indignation Ih-r daughters, the wino glasses, crowdec round her swelling skirts, also quiver with indignation; and a middle clam . recti glass medicine bottle sided up tt , aristocratic decanter, and stuck on - label to make tho democratic black ;tlo keep its distance. "Come, now, that in rather too ridicu is. Loblolly." laughed tin black bottle A'n't we jiltnost tbeidentical same lleali i.il blood,aa men would Bay? I'm mud( ; Jo:tp?wante and sand, and brick-dus it'll lime, and my amaiihed ancestor*; ami u're made of juat the same, except thai i;.-euiaahcd glasa in you in crown-glast . /'/?it didn't belong to your aiicea^ ".Silence, boor," yelled the decanter u'ting high her acraggy dowager neck, [> !ile not :i noble word with thy plebe< : iu li|H?what kuoweat thou of ancea "Well, that'rf a good 'tin, old lady,1 -worcd the black bottle, twinkling mer rily in tho gaBligbt. "If you don't know ; history of our family, I do." "Our family!" thedccanter echoed con vuptflouflly. "Yea, our family, my tine lady," an wered the black'bottle. ""Well, let'a for arguments aake?ai ilnurdly generous admiaaion?be 'oui >:nily,'what canat thou know of it* ?r irea, poor thick untranaparentV 'Hit?ha! it a my belief, old lady, yoi n't know the family history?-you wan to teach it to you. .Now, i come t? tk at you, I'm inclined to tliink I be to an older brunch of the fuinilj an you ilo. Well,I pity your ignorance . :i member of the name family. 1'u uncd of you, but utill,* m etc., again i'il do my bc-Ht to enlighten you. Paj untiou, old lady, and keep those girl> f joum from chattering. Loblolly, i! ;>yi: *.Wt put that label of vour's down i'li nliy my cork at you. Now, then, foi ti'iiit'M. Dearly beloved, thin and emptj 1 my small, weak, jjreen kinsmai thy corner, your education may possi f have been" bo utterly neglected an ti ne yon in ignorance of the fact tha flu-re in Bitch a country":;* Egypt. Tha where our family is said to have origi . ited?thousands of yeara ago. J won' vear to the Htalement, mind you. Ver; i.l families arc uncommonly like ver; ew families in ouc respect at any ratea precioUH puz/ler to find out wlc urted them. But let me recall to'you recollection (to speak courteously), le for the tirst time make you "awar 'peak f-incerely) that the earlies ! -'ypiian glass was at lemt iih opaqu h myself. You pee i wan right, ol ly, when 1 hinted that 1 might h . :irer the old stock than you. For th ornfort of Loblolly, 1 will Plate that th i ,?yptian glass was eolorcd; Home greet himself, some black, like myscll : 'i *? uil. i r;iii?|>.w iiii ujhiw.1 >w inc to inform you, dear madam? mere mushrooms in comparison will 'u.|.jo vessels of the name material. 1 ' rtik historian states?it in needier ti entiun liia name, since none of yoi ?on Id recognize it?that the Ethiopian ri- in the habit of inclosing corpse* ii X Jjlnxs bottled. The fashion has chang J, hasn't it, loblolly, my boy ? Nowa '.ivs.; men are turned into corpse : >;jgh having been coaxed or compel! I to .-wallow the'contents of littleglai >ttles. You in ay sneer at me, my dca -Id lady, because 1 ain't transparentmybndy can see through you, poor oh ir! but in the cradle of our race?if i Has the cradle?obaepje glass gave ou family its fame. The Greeks and the Ko mans sent to Egypt for glass?obaqu "lass, you understand (probably, thougl v"ti can't); slabs for wall-panels, am l'u< vases with white cameo figure* upoi ' in (if you know what a cameo ii -hich probably you don't, poor oli lour!) "There's another story about our on w\\ in out charity children have read il imii that's no reason why you should knoi .i.ythinj; about it, cousin; your cduca i. tii seems to have been ho shamefull; ifgloctcd. Well, they cay thitt aom I'iiu-nician nailors wcrudriven in by nnst, weather to the foot ol Mount Carme I'lieir cargo was soda, and they took som lumps of il out of their ships to reatthei !> iu on when they did their cooking 01 ilie sanda. The lire, they nay, made tli - vnd and soda melt into glas*. 1( it dii I fancy that the glass wasu't atransparer cut decanter, eh, couiiu? Isow, don't crusty, old lady. You've nothing to d with* crust. That's left lor uie, if tl: v.ine is properly decanted. l'u? darke and yet I'm fairer than you old.ludv. '' on'i deny that transparent cut glass very pretty, atul very proper for the pui ; f it is "made for;" but that's no reasc why yon should make little of iue, tli: U you with what you're chielly like r, because I'm proper for my nurposei 1inydutyin the state of life for whic ' hath pleased the glass-maker to mak I - ?.? wv? <1 n you uo youn , *' 1,0 "Dciablo. Tltoug 00 llmik youraolf ?o fm? t 1? your tnda you're obliged to It ful my lips t0 your., To pll ; Una good temper, I'll tell yo ? il? thought the Phuoicinn road litel l"10 j'"10 8'IU'8 b<l<)ri! ll>? I'WI ?7?td found n transparent whit -'"reatMrarod, stumped with th name of the king that reigned 2504 yeari ago. Though oar family waa foundet omiwhere or other in theEaat, the Kant - orris are no great shaken at glasa makinf now-n-dty*. They get European glasi ' and melt it over again. The Romani didn't use glasa for windows?talc the) 1 used?until 1000 yeara ago. Do yoi know what laic if old lady? Taljois f | mineral that ia split up and'uscd for win 1 dow-pnnea in India and China Rov-n! days, just ns mica ia used i# lCusnia They're not so transparent as you are, hui J then,like me, they're not so brittle. Bui | the Romans were farnona hands at glass j making for all that. Were you ever ir ] the British Museum, old lady ? I've beci ; emptied there more than once. I ain'i j one of vour pie-crust sort; but that', neither here nor there. In the Britifl I Museum I made the acquaintance of u uisunguisneu Italian connection ol outt ?the Portend Vaac. It'* blue wltfc white figures on it, Thetis under a tK-e? and Peleous looking at her.-It waamaft to hold the a*he* or solhebodjr or other That leerns a aueer use to pot good gl?g> to;Jon't it, olalady? We're a veraaftilt f.iuiily-^nll kinds of things we go fh Jor urns, bottle*, decanters, wine glassa/vs. scs,cups, aauecrs. looTcing-glawes,lowl* with picture* showing through their "kin, window panes, heads, dice, draught* inen, wall panel*, sham precious stones, halls, hairpins, rings, inagnifyimMrlaflaes, burning-glaases, teleacopea, microscopes, water clockn, prisms, liower-holders, knuckle-bones, ships, colliiui,door bodies, photographs, multiplying glasses, pillar?, piano strings?but there. I om out ol (ireatli. Venice UHcd to he the place oi ghuu making. The makers there made us much fuss about their Bccret om if they were Free Masons. I'm told that slncc Victor Emanuel got Venice, glass making there is looking up again. I'm inclined to think, however, that if vou Hum up use and beauty, and strike a fair average, wo British glassites are as good as any. Somewhere about the 10th century, gland wan made in Kngland, though it hud been U:?ed hert a long while* ,befo^o thitt, Crutched Vrinrs, the Savoy, awtf Lambeth, wore the London places in which glass was firnt made; and Wemyss, Prestonpans, and Leith. the Scotch places, There, old lady, I'll be bound to say you never ltuew ho much about our family liefore." i . "The black bottle is a boor," the decani u-r said, loftily, to'the wine glasses; "but . ntitl I wiil not deny that he pospedtoi certain amount of information. That in the way with IIioho common people. Poa! winning no intrinsic dignity, they are ! obliged to rely upon their useful knowledgi?uneful but vulgar?for respcct." t "Yes, that's always the wav with those i common people," echoed the mediciuc t bottle. , "You contemptible little Loblolly," ; shouted the black bottle, and beiran tc chase the medicine bottle. JuBt as the i medicine bottle got to ihtv edge of the : shell, it ducked and doubled?over went the blitck bottle, and was smashed into n . hundred fragments oti the stone lloor of 1 the closet. In :tn inatant-rStrange thing*, you t know, happen after twelve o'clock at > night?these black bits of glass changed I into a wide black landscape. Tongues o! r flame, flickering in smoke, were licking the dirty lips of roaring iron furnacqs. Dirty rubbish rose in hills on all aid if, . with ditty ponds stagnating between i The paatnres' were littered with cinders, ; and the stiles looked as if they were cut t out of coal. The miry high-road stretchI ed drearily along, with smutty, squat red : houses on each side: the narrow lane* i had almost lost their hedges, and were a? black a1* ink and as sticky as treacle, High overhead colliery wheels epun , round. The stacks of all kinds ot en. gine houses belched out black .clouds, Filthy tramways and scarcely less filthy railways, wun ntaiionH as uirty as dustbins, made the country look like n ' sweep'* scratched faco. Cottages were finking into the ground like foundering ' ships into the sea; and conical kilns am! bee-hive shaped kilns?dingy red, yellow and white?tilled the air with stilling [umc. .Jlist-where this country runs into and strains the selvage of a beautifully green i country, with gently swelling wooded r hills, 1 saw a man digging up clay. "What's that, and what is it for?" ] a?kcd. 1 lie was a very grufl' man and ut litsi l gave iu?* no answer. j At last, when I hart asked liiin several timer, ho answered snappishly: 'What's what?" "What's that clay," I said. i "If you know it'* clay, what need had , you to ask?" said the man. And if you r want to know what it's for, wait and i see." [ So I did wait for many weeks in th< , closet?it had grown a very big place r you must remember, since the black bat r lie had tumbled down. ' i The men dried the clay and sifted i like Hour, and made dough of it, an< d kneaded the dough with their naked feet t and then made it up into huge loaves t and locked the loave? up in a dart - cellar. t . After a bit some other men groum f some potahreds up, and mixed the dus f with clay they had taken out of the eel - lar, and then come other men made grea a melting pota out of the clay. Some o r the pot* were like huge, thick llowcr?poU t without nny hole' at the bottom; am e othcrd had their tops covered with : t dome, and an opening in the sides liki e bottletit*' nests. It took a long time ti d dry and hake these pots. When the; e were ready, they were let down into fier e furnaces, and the hole through whicl e they were lowered was covered up wit! i, fire clay. You remember what the hlncl f; bottle said it and the medicine boltl - were made of. Well men put stuff o - that kind into the Jlower?pot like pot 1), through openings in the furnnce, am ^ then stopped the holes up for an hour o i) two, until the pots ware ready for som il more mull; and so they went on until th a ??<-> j iFiiro full Ttln mon lia/I nuln olmn ii and trotiaera on, and they told mc the; - drank molted butter only, to keep thei - bodies (rotu shriveling when all their nat 8 urnl perspiration wan used up? but I fan - cy they drank beer as well. \\ hen the pot s were full, the holes were filled np again r and the lire was made fiercer than ever fo - ever bo many hours. Then the hole il were opened again, and the fire was lo t down a little, whilst meii skimmed th< r scum off the melted, almost blmdingli i- white hot stuff in tho poU). When th> e ritutl*iii the pots was skimmed, men poke* i, long hollow iron rods into it, and wrig I gled them about. When they had go n enough of the stuff on them, they blev ?, down them, and made the sticky stuf il swell cut a little. Then they took theii swollen knob* to an iron table, sprinklct them with water and rolled them on th> t, table into lanky glasa eggs. These egg v were put to the month of thefnrnae - again, and blown into once more. Nex y they were put iuto metal moulds am mown uown 11110, n.nu ney presto: me; y turned into bottlcn nil but the neck* I. The necks were next finished in a wa; e which you would not exactly under r stand unlew you saw it done," and tin ii bottles wero carried of by prwpirinj e little boys on iron prongs and stacked ii I, ovens which were heated until the bottle it too almost l>egan to sweat, and thei st gradually cooled to make the bottle o strong. ie Window glass needs more care thai r, tattle glass. There are different mater t i f| I j n twl rl i fllipAIlt w ft im *\ t ?11 nhNimr? I Imm is 1 think that you will bo chiefly interest r* ed, as 1 ww, in findtng out how blowi n glass can lie mado ilat. The windo\ ?t glas* maker first, when he lion shaped hi d knob, as tho bottle blower did, blows i ' into a chape something like that of h Florence Hank without a neck. Thei e with tho help of a little ttov, who put an iron rod against it, he presses it int< b what looks like a flattened lamp glob o with no opening at tho toju Tho blowe 't then separates his pipe from the glass, am it whirls the globe before a hole in the ho u furnace until it takes the shape of a shal e low fmger?glas8 with a rim. As he goc ? on whirling, tho glass goes on gettinj e (latter and Hatter, until at length it is e Hat round shell of glass with a boss ii the middle, and is carried off to the nn? nialing oven. Ulass (or windows made in that way, one of my closet-friends, who waa more civil than the clay digger, told mo, la , called crown-glaaa. But there is a newer I kind i?ed now?shect-glass. It la shaped and blown into big cylinders, which are split up with a diamond, and flattened in . a (urnnee uh you might open and spread I out a sheet of music. Glass shades arc tho cut-off round tops of these cylinders. j When I had gained so much kuowledgo I about glass making the kitchen clock struck one?the closct became the Closet ' again?I heard the gas in the lobby singing loudly, and came out to tnrn Uie gas | down before it cracked its globe or tho hell-gla** that hung over it. ( But when 1 came out into the room I left, according to my recovered notion of the clock, junt an hourljefore, I wns mysteriously compelled to look at the mirror over the mantle-pi^co. J, did npt jump through it, but I was forced to loOk into i it. And what do you thinjf 1 saw ? More glaus blowers?"Lota," as you Bi\y, of them; each lot whispering, "We won't tell the other# now wo mako it.", I Then the lot scampcred off right and left, and began to dig up ntutT and hide it under their cout tails. , "What means thin rav?tery, my , friend*?" 1 wked llw chiet man ol the , lot. , "We are going to make platy-glags," he i , answered solemnly. "May I ho?, if jrou pleape ?' I asked. i "Ypu may see, if you like, bccaiiHO you I don't know" any tiding"'nbout Htich mattern," ho nnswered impolitely; "but we ' shan't tell even you cxactly what we use, bec&ueo you might write it down and go | tell." Then for a time thcro wax a confusion, 1 and then 1 Haw clcarly a melting pot < hoisted out of a furnace, wheeled up to a * table, and tilted over It, by men who held their breath. Tho melted glow ran freely out at tirHt, but wan kept from running i 1 over the bides of the table by two iron bars laid upon it. whilst a steel rolling pin rolled the cooling metal out like .1 t. A.. .... ?l.- -I-'- t . - uuu?iii ah nuuii ?n me [units ucgnn to cool it was lagged oil the table by pinchera on to the machinery, which Boon sent Jjj it on a wheeled table "into the annealing oven?heating and gradually cooling oven, of-course, you understand. When . the platen came out.of this oven thoy were ' 1 next" polished on both hide* by putting one on the top. of another, and. rubbing the upper one against the lower with j, ! sand and water between, and the women polished them with eiuery powder, and after that, with woolen gloves on,polished them off. ! The kitchen clock struck two as I was J , looking into the looking-glnex af some c men who were melting frit for Hint glass v 1 and lens glass in thoftottletit-pots. I was i just being told by a man, who poked his \ head between the mirror and the frame to tell me ho, that the covered uota were " ' used.to keep the metal pure; and another , man, looking out on the other side of the mirror, was shouting that if 1 would com# along with him 1 could nee how 1 glass was colored for church windows and so on, when?I awoke. I was still nodding in my arm chair. 1 _ ' had been remembering glass works 1 had visited, a book about glass was open be- t > fore me, the kitchen clock had struck two and the cat had been in the closet. At any rate I found the lloor littered with the fragment* of ajjlack bottle. | -Bj TJieir Work's Ye Khali Know TIie*h." I The Irishman who thought the druggist , stingy because the emetic was so small, is i only surpassed in bis parsimonious drollery by those'who persistently adhere to the use "ofthose nauseating, disgustingly large and drastic pills, while Dr. Pierre'? Pletm- ant Purgative Pellets, which are sugar- 1 coated, and little larger than mustard seeds, ! will, by their steady and gentle action on j ; the liver, correct all torpidity, thus pcrnmI nently overthrowing constipation. In South" America they have almost entirely superseded all other pills, and are relied oh fully by tho people, and often used as n t preventive of the various nll'eetions of the stomach, liver and bowels, so prevalent in 1 I that climate. Pierce's Pocket Memoran- ' dum Iiooksarc given anviy at drug stores. Smyrna, Aroostook Co., Maine, \ November ?>, 1870. i t It. V. Fierce, M. D.: DE*ARSin?I write to inform you that I r liavc used your Pellets for some time, and ^ find them to be the best mcdieine that 1 ever used. I have also used your Favorite j Prescription in my family with entire satisfaction. I have seen your People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, and I think it 11 [ is the best thing that L have ever seen. ' was Yours trill*. f!. Shrhmav. lull's pills ; f A distinguished physician of New Vork savs: 1 " It is astonishing liuwnnjvemlly Dr. Tutft . Pill* arc used, la my daily founds 1 htar of them not o?l\* atnorn; the p?or. but their virtues | ? arc heralded from the mansions of the wealthy I ami refined. Knowing the Inventor from hi* i long connection with the medical profession. I | > have great contidcnce i n their merit*, and of late 1 have often presented Utctn with the happiest t remit* in cases where 1 desired to nuke a uecid. cd iraprcstlou on tinHiror." | TUTT'S PILLS , Ctniz SICK HEADACHE. mwllciu- thirty U jrcirs. and fur a 1 " TUTT'S PILLS ~r? I) CURE DY3PHPJ1IA " swt?ny in th? ?? M.-Jt. al Collrgc TUTT'S PILLS gag*' j CURE CONSTIPATION. intM that thev i TUTT'S PILLS |p i * CLUE riLCJ. 1 It? h'? tw t TUTT'SPILLS , P cuna J-Evca and aquk. strength EN1NO.FUK _ J TUTT'SPILtt?$ r ' cube muora coua WJ?.. all r __ U<-ii|th> aroum: TUTFS PILLS ^ < a cube kidney coairLAurr. t.w St '.?i ' TUTTO PILLS Si i ^ aims TORPID LTVl^L Uavenoriv.il J I TUTffPILLSS^; d mPABT Arnrrrrs. new youk. i ? f " REMOVAL OF J. WHOLESALE JEWELRY HOUSE [ Our laatcc and incmslnjj bnsinoiw demsrul* more ] room, nnil we will, after April lit, 1877. occupy 1M * ami S?1 tloori of "McCALI.L'M IllllLniNK." FIFTH AVENUE (nearly oppoMto our pre^nt los cation), and will offertatbetcadeennof the lai Rest e ami beat stocki of gooJa In tho Uitf te?l States, con* I 'Mating of J WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, f Bronzti, Jewelry, Silver and Pitted Wart, Etc., Etc. ' Clow Cash Buyera Invited. AVholt?al? exdur alrelr. . 0. R. IJARRETT * CO., ! B IcM-S 77 FlltB AV., PiTTSBUlOU, Pji. ! I J^OTICE* The undenlgned, who baa been appointed by the ; 1 Probate Court of iho couuty of Franklin, In the 8 State of Ohlo.Ouardlan of tbo peraon and estate of Archibald Woodi Knox, a mtnor who reafite* in _ laid county, will on Monday, the twenly-tlrat day of May, A. I). 1877, or ai won thereafter ai theap- , ' plication can bo heard, apply to tho Circuit Court I I. of Ohio county, In tho State of We?t Villain, for an order authorizing her to aue for, rivorer and receive all money and personal property in the State n of >Veat Virginia belonging to her faid ward, and f gtre proper acquittances therefor, la Ilka manner " as If ihe were appointed a Guardian of her mid , " ward In the State of West Virginia, and further t authoring her to rctuor?i tho aald mouoy and pion pertv to the State of Ohio. apil-S KUTK A. KOOKKS, Cinanllan. 3 . notici:- , e To Whom It Mey Court*t r I will tell on Mondar,the2tst day ol Miy, 1S77, ?t . . the front door of the Court Uouse for Ohio county, . a West Virginia, Sixty Itoodi of th# Leavenworth, it Lawrencc dt Oalmton ltallroad Company, <lr*t i. niottgMe bondi ol ooe Uwuianddollar* earfi, with . coupons attached. DANItL C. LIST, a fp^l-a rrcaldtnt of Bank of Wheeling. i * OAA "AOS RIO COFFEE 11 %UU For Kile by n mjll iHT, DM'EKFORT 4 PARKS. DRUCCI8T3. ; I BEWABEI t Of Coughs and Colds, Contracted at tbli c?uon of the jrcar. Dr. ROBERT'S COUGH SYRUP (s M) unfailing Rer.irdy, affording' fnitant Itfli>/ ml l fywrfy Curt ho rctoedjr equal to it for wtU adult* and clUldcen. Hold by all Drunlitn and Dcnlera Id Mcdldon rit Sficpcr bottle. Dr. Robert's Imperial Liniment! 'area ItHEtJMATISM, NEURAl.OIA, PAINH, AC Jim, BRUIaEB, Hl'KAlNtt, Ac. Tho Very Bost Liniment for Man and Beast, w' Sold for 25c n bottle bjr all Deolcra Id Medlrtnua. 1 R. A. McCABE & CO., wo WHOLESALE DRUU8I8TS, 4oi. 1423 Main and I42B South Stnala. WHEHIJNQ, W. VA:, | Gc myll SOW PKOfltlKTOSa. ANAKESIS, 1 am !Ln instant relief nnd infallible cure for Pile* folman'8 Fever & Afiue Pads. Ci?i Sanford's Radical Catarrh Cure, V JABY SOAP- BABY SOAP, m For the Toilet. Sulphur Soap?-Sulphur Soap, Jjj For Skin DMnses. 3X GALL SOM', For Clennsiue Silk.*, &c. ui Swiss Condensed Milk, j scotch oatmeal. FOll SALE BY .0 G A N , LIST & CO., Ml Druggists, Bkidoe Cobnsk. . np28'ddw PROFESSIONAL CARDS. QENTISTRY. Wo Rtlvtfe all those wanting lnntlstry donr to nil on DU. (i AtiMlEi;, whi-rc they tun have leclh | xtrnctf-1 without the ullghcut jniu nn?l new twth ut In not to be known from the natural teeth. :nn 1? worn with comfort and iiue. All cuea rarrantcri. ttfflcc?No. 4! Fourteenth street, corer of Market. fe2C ^ B. CALDWELL, Attorney at Luw, 1220 Citai'MKK St. Practices in nil Courts. n)>20 ^nt' joiin i7 J a con, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in People's Hunk Huilding, corner r \r..:.. .,?-i t im. ~t?j . ....Iin Uliii 1 nvimi mil-cm. U|IO J DALLAS EWING, pja ATTORNEY AT LAW, DIa No. 6-1 Twelfth St., Pla _ileS _ WHRELTKO, W.VA. gp, \V. COWPRN, \ttorncy it t lu a >v. Anil 0fflrc-No. 1222 Ciiaplt.vk St., WHEELING, W. VA. qCi Frouiptaftpfltlon to nil burners entrusted tniay ?n?. ' ? ' Ic7 - . ^ J I. COCHRAN, Attorney at Law. 1111 1220 CHAVLIN'K &tkkbt, ft I WHEELING, W. V * ^ ^yjLLIAM ERSKLNE, ^ Ittornoy tit L n yv. >?; Oflleool the lata C.W. H.Alllwn, No. 1140 Chan- _ no itreet, Wheeling, W. Vn. "Will practice lu the State and- Federal Courts. I ^ BENJAMIN 8. ALLbioN, Norxuv PCBUG Office na atotc. dels ryiLLIAM PHILIPS, ustice of the Pccce & Real Estate Agent, No, 60 TyrKLVTU St, WlJKKUNH. ^ | Collections o( all kinds niadu and proceeds mmiptlyjrmltted. , JaR ^ C. OLMSTED, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, OyncK?No. M I'anrrwon ii St. WHEELING, W. VA. V Office Houra-8 to 10 A. M. 1 to n r. u. dci ryM. H. HEARNE, m ATTORNEY AT LAW. Mice with Daniel Ltimb, No. 1318 Market Street. Office up ntairi*. au30 QA N I E L L A M II, ATTORNEY AT LAW, sp Jo. 1318 Market Street, (over City B&alc,) Je4 Wheeling, W. Vu. p J. HUGOS, Attorney at Lnw. Wut 71 Twelfth Street. Wheeling W. Vn. Practices iu the Courts of Ohio, Marshall .ml Tyler counties, AV. Va. novl7 QANIEL PECK, ^ ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1404 Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. Va, 5L ,? OE [MNCU 4 THOMPSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, w 1205 Ciupunk Struct. our perl Room Nfl. 1 Oil J Fcllow?' Building? upitalra. m mris " ; ;n" EE0B1IS.PP?!' , w MVE* " kvu N-?ual?y?:?n,hoiHv?rurc illklnj oniiwj?r?, rlth hiitii!rr?!? ??f valuable rr<rlp:s _ ahuilmuM mi try ,tli* iiniwaiiiicuU t?m*rrli.s.'.tlulr ?i?? RPf urf aiitlcuri'. Trratimi nil DIm-um-*, fuUv rspValninK thrl, )rmp!oiin?n?l mratwto rwrt If UthiMUily rrally ciriitttlo ?o?l?ollhpk;rnlftprput)Uih??l,ainl Uoniflrto n rvrry rr?t"' t. S*nt n-rtirrljr Kalnlbn rrrrlpt n| i?i c!?. ' M.lrr??, ?>r. C. A. 1S<>IIANNAN. Oil NurtU i'iiia itrnl. Ill St. l?uuli. >fcn? F.iltbiUlinl In IS?. Rr* , PARSONS? * ' men PHOTOGRAPHIC SHADOW, but BFFKCXH. rar2S .. ihctr 0 STEINMW/,, w Paper Borf Mmufiotarer, |-v So*. 1211 and 1213 Main Htreet, up italra (old Lj" Union Hall). Is now prepared to tunk* all kinds ol i hujcT'tnd rlaln Fsper Boiea In as good stylo and , it u low pri?* a* any bouse In the country. Or- 10wIcrs from the country promptly attcndwl to. tart4 QQ CENTS. OA CENTS. >n< vv ni Will gel ONE DOZEN nice T~ Crtrtl Photographs. -L' See snuiplci at RROWX'8 GALLERY, apl3 Below McLure Tlouse Ju MERCHANT TAILORS. hos. Hughes & Co. MERCHANT III rner Twelfth and Witer Streets, WHKELINO, W. VA. are receiving addition* daily to oar ilreiuly large nnd attractive stock of RSTEDS, CLOTHS, CA8SIMERES, and ] ntlemen's Furnishing Goods, OR SPRING A SUMMER WEAR, I believe we can oiler superior "inducement* to any needing , thing Made in a Firtt-Cliw Manner. fe will hereafter make the following ouut to CASH anil PROMPT PAYI CUSTOMERS:* I X l'RK crnt off if paid in 10 dayn. [V* PitK dfcer ofT if paid in 30 Hap, j date of delivery of clothes. rPLKASK EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND ( VKS THOS. HUGHES & CO. >10 _ . H.STALLMAN&CO., I erchant Tailors! _ I 'We are constantly receiving . j YEW GOODS, ! I'OB TUB < ring and Summer TTade | alwavs keep oue of the LARGEST AND 'BEST SELECTED STOCKS ?i OF GOODS iu the citr. I the NEW STYLES1 ?OK? in, Stripe and Plaid Suitings, gonal and Basket Worsteds, ' In and Fancy Pantaloon Goods, ing Overcoatings. nil Roods usually found iu a Grot-claw blislimetit, A f!l line o( NTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ' Alwnys in store. ( : BEST PLACE TO'BUY SHIRTS i in the city. fTCall and look at our good*. 1 . 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling. ' yj * lew Goods!) ( 3RING?and SUMMER < i i i f t HESS & SON, : t erchant Tailors, Kim nr?u mflin air, o jn*t rei*nive?l thrir large find elogait ^ ' ctock of Uoods (or ( RING AND SUMMER WEAR. i Embracing all new deaignt of ( the, lassimeres, Ve8tingsv Suitings, and Spring Overooaiingt,iich will be made up in the Beat Style. FULL LINE OF NTS' FURNISHING GOODS. wniTB tJUUTB uad$ re order. 1 e invite the public to cnll and examine stock, feeling assured we can offer in* or inuuoemonta. r!7 C. HESS & SON. 1 ? . .. - - . ?? 1 .CALDWSI.L, A.K.smriI, A.K.STKVKIWOK . Prw't. Brewer. Manager smith. & CO., iwcra, Maltsters & Hop Dealers. irlng thorou^ly renoralwl the Wheeling rorr, and changed iu entire manaRennint by alr.Injr a Joint btock Compony.nnd rlirlnaMr. . SMITH in chargo of tlio Jlrewlug Depart* t, we are now propiirod tojurnlih ' ( UUITUIU rpr L'BD in<Pi\ ER. PALE A KENNETT ALES. POSTER, Ac., yupto theitandud which h*i heretofore given ( i iuch extensive reputation. g ruiKttfulljr oUcit your patronage. 3 SMITH 4 CO. USE BALLS, BATS AND CROQUET. ' new lot just received nml for sale very ( Croquet at from $1 00 to $5 00. ' 1 C. II. QUIMBY, Book and Newhdkalkk, 1414 Market Street. ARDOlL AND MINERS'. OIL. 10 Barreli Extra W. 8. Lard Oil. 10 Barrela Mlnera' Oil. t st received by t LloT, DAVKNPOirr A PARKS STOVES * HARDWARI The Cheapest, The Best, The Largi cookstov: In (lie Market in the Celebrated VALLEY STAI benjamin fisher, STAR FOUNDR A great variety of other Cook Stove (rays on hand. All Stoves gaarant Mtrbellzed Iron aod Slate Mantel Freestone and Slate Hearthi, &c. Coll, examine and see prlcca brforo ] nhaalng elsewhere. F. CALDWELL. Marble, Slate & Iron Mantli .iiiiiiuuii unucn, jubj hiki ai; mnds Terrq Cottagqods.^ Galvanized Iron Work and Roofing, roUKTUKU WITH A COMPLETE . HORTMENT OF COOKING STOVE Ind House Furnifchina Goods. We apecini attention to the' 'earless Radiator Shaking fira "he most complete Grate in the marl t can be seen in operation in Mr. Fri Joen'a fine residence on the Island. ( tnd examine. 1507.1809 A. 1311 Main litre icar B. A 0.1C. K. Depot. nu ^RE YOU -GOING TO MOVE? 1/VU I) 1UU 1TI1UI IV NewCookStov Hie BEST ami CHEAPEST STOVES T1IE MARKET can fie found at (Vo. 1435 Main S THE FAMOUS ARLINGTOI AND OTHEB First-Class Stove Can now be bought Cheaper than ev< before. ill. STO VES WARRANTED TO PLKi Don't fail to call and see Mir stock ore purchasing. I0SEPH BELL & CI ARLINGTON stove WORKS, s'o. 1425 Main St., Whkelixo, \v. n?rl2 FINANCIAL. Iohn K. Borsrono, PresL (5 Jto. Adaks, Cui SANK OF THE OHIO VALLI Suoccisor to the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WDCELD !?pttU - >....1280, This Bank ! organized and prepared to tru he business of tanking in all its details. It kurcfoda the First National Bank of Wheel s owned by the name shareholders and is untie: unio management. By carefully regarding tho Interests ?f its csrondenta and Depcaitors, ond by a prompt altkful execution of their withes, It hopes to o Jielr esteem and confidenca. Notes and Bllla discounted. Collections made on all points throughout Jnited States. Deposit Accounts subject to check at ?Ifihl icived from Banks, Bankers, Films, Corporal ind Individual*. Cert ideates of Deposit issued pajrallo on deni ir at tixed dates. Interest allowed on gpccial Deposits. dibecior*: John K. BotsforJ, I Wn. B. Simpson, Jacob B. Rhodes, 1 Wm. A. Turner, Win. A. Isett, | John L. Hobbs, a. ai. AUims, | o. C. Dowoy. Henry M. Unrpcr, | ?ny2l-d<i Commercial Banl Jnpital, $100,0 Owes?No. 1308 Main St Interest paid on Special Depoallg. Collfcl nadoand procecda promptly remitted. Acto >( merchtuta and others aollclted. DlllKCTORS: Thoa. n. Ll?t, J. la Btlfel, lUJ.BmytU, W-T. Bart, J. C. Thorniu, Clm II. Booth. W. A. WilaOO* Til 08. n. LIST. Frmldei J. L. HTIFKL,1 V. Preat. 8. P. H1LPBETH. Oaahlcr. Ji D. C. List. Joseph Key sou Henry k. Lot, <;inso.h Lajsh, Wu. A. Lirr, Hiitby W. Lot Bank of Wheelini WHEELING, W. VA. Capital, $100, C Stockholder* personally liable and roprcwi >rer KOO.OU). . . llecfires Deposits and Discounts Finer. Deal* in Gold, Silver, Colu-firults and Sta Sxchanpe. belli Drafts on England, Ireland, France, nany and other prominent parts of Europe. Buys and sella Government, State, City and 1 oad llonda. ' Interest paid on Special Depoiita. . Special attention given toCollcctiuns. DW C. LIST, Frealdci (5. LAMB, Ctthler. JOS. SEYBOLD, Assistant Cashier. Ji Exchange Baal J. N. Vakcjc, Prca't. Sam'l Lamrijk, V. Capital .. no Liability ol tttockboldtm - 40 Tbla Bank auccoedi to tho buslneet ol the ihanta' National Bank, and dml* In Coin, Cou| Jommercial P?|?'r and Billi ol Exchange. Interest paid on Spedal Deposits. Oollociloni made on all point* muI prtx irompUy remitted. Accounts of Banken aid Bualnoaa Men aollc Stockholders liable to deMriOr* nteordlna t< :onatitutionol the Statethoaaaeai In hat 'ten v.. diuctom: J. N. Vatic#, 8. HorkbtloMr, L. & Dcbplalo, D. tiatman, J.U.HoBimm, Win. BOnjIuiii, Kam'l Luihlin, H. Wallace. Crawford Booli uO JOHNJ.JOHEH, Oubli ACOS AND LARD. . ? fal1 BW1/. on hind of Lt*l I u U Hanu, fihpnfden,(Jfoar Bin, 8. C. Brlrt >tr. OrJcn filled Iran from nookc hour? dail M. BEHX .? I. ..CK0CEWIE8. "Satin Gloss" Flour We are eoustantJy receiving this CELEBRATED FLOUf THE FINEST and BEST over futroduc< into this market. THE WAR EXCITEMEN1 ^ nan ('anted an ndvrtnVp rod nil EJimr i? deu Don't Wasto Your Monoy Upo Inferior Brands. Y III'* THE IIE8T-THE SATIN OI.OSJ ,ni. List, Davenport & Parks "J' SOLE AGENTS. |( ni>2:t WTAnUSHBD IX 1836. pur- TC> TE"1 T TT TT ?g -L*-* JL.U M. X-J J -i jfi WHOLESALE GROCER, Pork Paokor and Provision Dealer BS| Wt Aginl lot Iha Duponl Poadtr Mills. oI No?. 1309 and 131! Main Slrecl WHEELING, W. VA. Hn ' Ri?, Laguara and Java Coffees, Refined Sugars, all grades, New Orleans Sugars, AS Molasus and Syrups, Tobaocos. ill stvleg. , _ Bacon, Lard, Flour end Oils, J Flih, ill kinds, 1 Teas, ill kinds and grades, mil Grocir'o Sundrels of every variety. M. HEILLY. te. - Jos. Speidel & Co. :ali THE LEADING GROCERS Largest and Best Assorts; e Stock in the City. IN Best Goods and Lowost Pricoi t. AT THE NEW DOUBLE IRON FRONT BUILDING. 1410 Main 4.14(7 SiuthSts. ap3 Jtttt opposite JB. & 0. It. IL Dq>o S5 ^yiLLIAM WINDRIM, * ARCHITECT, &c WHEELUfCJ; W. VA. ISA- ' PMigna, Dr* wines, Plans, P|>cciti rations, Eat. , mate* and Dctalliof, Hoildings furnlahcd for eltlic ,,e" Wood, Brick or htoDo; superintendence of worh and drawings en the most reetonahle terms. I'u lud Dealgns [or all aorta of Ornamental Work. [J > OFFICE?8* TWELFTH STREET, In Er. nildreth'a Block, Second Floor, apis WHKBI.inb, W. VA. ^ DRV CATSUI (?r Aromatlr ?w?nnlng for Mrats, Of stent, Mali,A . TnoBniiN & imo. ib'r. gUNDIU KBIT V Bardrn's Cnndenned Milk, HalfurdV, Lea A IV I rln?\ and f riucc of Wale* Sautes, Tomato Cntru Ac^at THOBUltN A HIM>'A pALIFOKNJA DHIED FRUITS. ?U. Choice (pared) California rare, nnn Choice " Altlen Evaporated Pcncho-. Cholct) California i'lun.u. imm. Ju?t received and for ulo hjr mcl TH080BN A BBO., jDJt Jnr-!0_ Cur.'Mnrkctnnil 1 HI rUw mo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Cor- X ?? nud The undersigned re*]>cctfully calla the sttrtitlc lerlt of liouaekeeptraand Coinrmere to hli largr Mock i CHOICE FAMILY GROCERiE! r?- Which hat been aelected from firathands with car law and which he offers at aa near Wholesale 1'rlcca i It ia poaelblu to get. iinJ Special Inducements to Libera! Buyen ?%.Goo<l.i delivered to any l'^rt of the city. K. J. SMYTH. Corner Market ami fourteenth Streei<. And R. J. HMYT1I A CO., lW rarl7 83 Zone St., Islam!. 0,060 0,000 Met? ?e<li ito>. np2wUw > th? ?' '??n STENCILS. I ? ' E W. VA. STENCIL & SEAL WORKS, KO. 1731 MA KMT HT. 8 nr26 Wh?Hay. W. V>. ? ]yjApLE SUGAR. A few btrnli terj cbolo* gnnuUto-1. For n ?! tpll LIST, DAVEN PORT A rARKB. TRANSPORTATION. , J^ALl lUOEE * OHIO &ULBOAD. * imnn <>n mid after January 15,1877, PUMDior Train will run m followt?Wnwllnit time: ?UJI-liOUWD. No. ft. Ko.7* Wo. 1. Nott* A.M. A.M. r.M. A.M. I Wftwlni. ? C:i0 mK ?M jM ?? An Wet at? t, r, ^ (J rait on _ 11;05 g.K U:i8 1|Q , *' * ^ a.M. til * *" ? ?? '*37 7:? 8:20 Cumberland 8:28 8*30 4-to Mwtltubur*_ Z 826 iJS Waih'Um City *,0 . Ualtliuore 10.3? n;2o * A.M. Philadelphia HM. 3110 New York tkto r. tocvpt Sunday. No. 7 rti>|* at ull eutioui hit wwn Wheeling and Cumberland: No.4Saimia>i ail mi.iim.. n WhwllUK nuil li ruftuiij No. 0 mak? dirwt connectloni f?r h1] |>oliiti Booth. wmftbouhd. | ftg *. No. 2.* .MoToT Lcavo? Wheeling 7:80a.m 4:1Spji 10t08r.m. Arrivn Mt-ZauiiTllIt... 12:06 pm 8; 60 " 2:80A.m. . Newark 1;20." 10;0fl " 4:00 ' Columbus 8:18 ' *30 ' hwduiky^, 7:00 " 10:80 Dayton 7 :w 1:84p.m. Cluclunat!.,, 8:00 10:o8a.m. LouUtIU? 12:5SN't 7:48p.M. - luuianapolla 11:28p.m 12:40N'n St. lamia..... 8:30a.m 8:45p.m. thUago 6idOA.m 8:80 " ?l)nlly ncf pt Sunday. Si*. h muiI 10 innbnckMe coniTiillou fCoiuuIBui ? fur nil jiolnti boulli and South wo?t; at Chicago lor all i?J?U Weal juid Northwctt. t S^SP lm?? wun-ctloni at Baltimore n?.^ ^c,l'hU?..NeT York *nJ At WaahiDBton City lor all pclntj South. nmt-uonnu imins make direct connections lor all i<rlnclpal points Weal and Northwest. Pullman Palace cars on nil iilt-ht tmlni. WHEELING, PITCH. A BAI.T1MOBE DIV. l>oavca dally? | 'Arrives dally at I Wheeling a. m. Wanhini<ton,P>?ll:<Ul a.m ' h:U.ip. m. I 7:10 p.ui Lx'.fjit Sunday. | Exwpt Sunday. Tickets to all principal poluts on salo at Depot. ottice oi?ii at nil hours durinu tho day. ill08. u. hIIA IIP, Master of Transportation. K. T. DLVIUEH, Gen'l A?cnt. jalA /cleveland a piithhukuh kailkoad \J CUNDJUfSED TlMh CARl). aaagggg On uiul after Docomber 4, 1870, Trului will run lullr. (except Sunday,)_aa tollows, viz: acwmmo. | w \ir. kxpultw. LXAVJi. iUliairc.. 6:.v> a. M, 10:60 a.m. 3.00 r. u lirld>:opoi t 0:0.1 ' 11:00 8:10 " Martina Ferry... 6:18 ' 11:08 " 8:17 " lAgruitfu.. 6:48 11:80 ' 8:Mi - Steuben ville- 7:00 '? 1106p.m. 4:08 " Wnli/vllle &20 " 1:35 ? f?:60 " ltoch&'ter S;30 " 2:30 " 0:40 ' , Aijur*. ' fittal.i rah 10:88 ' 8:40 7:41 ' Altonnt........ 6:88 p. m. (h40 " 12:15 a.m llurrlnt'uij; 11:06 " 2:40 A.M. &tA " Baltimore. 7:4." " Washington 912 " Philadelphia 8:10 a.m. 7:00 ' 7:85 Ncwlvrk 6:15 ? 10:16 ? 10:25 ' lioetOQ ... 4:f>0 p. m 8:40 p.m. AlUatue ?.12:28 14 6:16 p. m llavema 1:26 6:08 ?? Hudson 1:55 6:83 " ] Cleveland.......? 3:10 ' 7:85 ? ....? Ft. Wuyne 12:01 a. m. 3.50 A. m Chicago. 7:20 " 9:20 " Accommodation Train leaven Bellalro at 4:40 p.m and arrives nt Bteubcnvllle at 6:16 p. m. Special aacorainodatlou trains leave Bellalro at 9:60 a.m. and 12:50 p. m.; Bridgeport 10:05 a.m. and 1:o5p.m.j arrive nt Martin's lorry 10:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. KHurulujjloavo Martin's Ferry at 11:80 a a. m. ond 3:'.0 p. m.: llri<li;ei>ortlll:40 a. m. and 3:80 9 p. ?. arrive at lkllalre at 11:65 A. m. aud 8:16 ?\ m. Tickote to nil principal points tu the Kant and Wert can bo procured at tho Union Ticket,! ttftr* M'Luro House, and nt tho station nt Bridj'ej'ort. F. It. MYLU.*. de8 General Paawngor and Ticket A.'ent. PrrwBunmi, Cincinnati a ht. ujois KAlLVi AY?JPAfcUAMJUi MOUTK . I The Direct Lino to tho Northwest, West ?na Southwest. rnNni.-KHPn TIMP/"?? t. Taking cffect Korember 2Gib, 1870. fttt* Wutaud bouih (rla Columbus.) **>t Liuv. I'nc'I tjc^Aoxnu 'u. L'v I'ittaburgh ... 11:20 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:40 n.ni Htt-iiU'Uvilli-.. 12:53 n.n?. 10;07 ' 6:10 M Dcunipon 2:i0 ' U:55 ? ^ao Newark, 4:4.5 ' 2:20 p.m. CoIumbuanm 6:05 " 8:50 ' 10.15 a.m. A't Ixjinlon^ 7:01 ' 4:43 " 11 n V *?uta- ?:<M " &?2 " 12!.T0p.m. Jbiyion .. 7:30 " 1:33 ' i. Cludnnatl 10:65 a.m. 8:00 " 8:15 " Loulwlllo .. 12:58 ?.m. 7M5 " Ibtha Wat amf Anuf, (rla Zanriurilc.) L'vo ZaucaTlllu... 8:30 R.m. 8:10 ii.m,|.."..~ A'vc Lnnuu.t?r... 10:13 ' 6:14 ? Clrclovlllo 11:15 ? c.15 ? 6:'io"rra' ? aslum;t'n 12:27 p.m 7.IC ' Wilmlngt'n 1:22 " &10 .. ilfiTiow 2:10 " iMH " * Vyi'jqpti ..J -ui ? iojm ?. rv. " JOHN CLARK. Jr. unis rJ '*J ''Ll" Lr7"" <&3 OO'gS Best Six-Cord 'u- "THOMAS RUSSELL, rllng SOLE AGENT. Oct- Obtained a DIPLOMA fo "*" "Excellence in Color ? duality and Finish.' ?- WHICH IS THE k. HIGHEST AWARi (;rami:d to spool cotton a* . CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION J'u H'. KiUhunt (vl:? (.oiuiillilir.) Fu.-t lull. IV. ;Chlc Lino Ex. Ex. Ex. A.M. A.M. P.M. i'.M. Lrttvc Columbus 0:05 10:15 8:50 5:40 A rive Urltana .. 7:40 6:46 7:40 ? Piqua* 8:M 6:M 9:03 I'. M. Richmond.. 10:25 8:40 8:35 V. M. Indianapolis.... I'110 C.55 11:25 A.M. fit. Louis 8:45 SS10 *. u. I/wansport 2:25 8:05 3:06 Chicago. 7:40 ....... 7:50 TM MTl'ulItnan Drawing Eoom and Bidet) Ing Cara from Stcubenvillo and Columbus through tcil/tout change, to Cincinnati. Louisville, Indinnnpulis and tit. Louis, and from Columbus to Chicago. The iilcaauro seeker or those seeking llomtt to th? u, Wat, should call on or address the undiraigncd lor 3f .through tlrno tublea, rnnps, land circulars and further Information. % W. L. O'BRIEN, > Qen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, No. 219 lligh street, Columbus, Ohio. Ja25 ? I r r | >v/ voriJAiilOlS i. Or Parties or Small Means Desirous of Engaging In Gripe Growing, CoalMlnlngor Market Gardening. account <>! mlvanred age 1 am desirous ol changing,my residence, and therefore ofler for baJq tny farm situated opposite tho city of Wheeling, on the river baak, midway between Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry, and Immediately Adjoining tho village of 4?tnavllle. The property conaista ol 60 acres of hiil and table land and 15 of river bottom. In the hill there are two seams of coal, bx/t and 8% feet thick, three deposits of limestone, an 8 foot veinofclo*) texturo sand or free stouo, an 18 foot vein of marl, which altogether make a soil and an H underlying bed of depoalta of a rich and valuable O character. On the surface, the larger portion of which Ilea gently sloping to tho out, and all under direct exSsuro to the sun, is n Vineyard o! 80 ucres, mostly uwln grapes, all in fluo bearing condition, about seven years old, which has proven lUell able to pay n handsome per cent to tho cultivator. Tho property is bclug approach**! above and baft low by an advancing tide of persons seeking small ? homesteads, and la now really tho only unoccupied ^ territory lietween Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry. It Is tafuMiIo as an Investment for capital seeking a " tafo pttrchaso, and valuable to thoao who want mart ket gardening ground cloao to tho city. It fronts \l beautifully upon the river and commands a view of A the city, the Wand andlho whole scenery of the 3 valley. I j uc icrmi 01 sale will bo one-third rash, balance In two annual payment*. 8 per cent Intcrvat on de* i forced payments. For further particular* Inuulre of 1UC11A11D CRAWFORD On the premium, or by mull at Uridgoport, Ohio. \ \ ' DR. BUTTS' DISPENSARY i . Thirty T.-nturTpprimro tn Uir treatment of Sexual and CUrotiioi.i!? .!:? tag To u<-HlTIVJInrrlnwUnldf. fl -St A rii.vnloloflp.il View of Uurruvn /C f'irnutt" 'I ?i"t tli??? eont? mplntiiije I'-i.jft, .u niwnaBc, on Uio iiiT'trrirf ?ir ri|>ru<lurt? Tirik^i' j,,,, tli(j ||jr IlitlrinltU-aof >unUi, manhood ami womanhood An IlluitraUslbookoiaiirxjrt. ^ t.ir prnato rj-^.Sinjf. *Mi !i .'utuMbvktpluukr Wk ami m Ti'niVATRMEDICAl/rnEATIflE on a!! iIIkim* 9 of a I'rivnto Nature In both taci, t!ieabu?r?awl die ' ur!T?<ilt.V?rxual?v?titn, anil IJip ni?an?oicurr,UO pagra Vltlirnirrarlnsa,**i>tutMl(raral l'>t?Sct?. ilEUICAIi ADVICE on Hexualatyt Chronic Diva**, M V-iuiiial \Veakcr??. Catarrh, Cancrr, Ituuiiic, tli* Oplnm llaliit, aiOpni-o'ork arntundrr tral fir 10 ct?. All thrco bookaconulnlnjc 400 pope# amlrvmihtng worth ) knowing on the lutytct, ?cnt ncourcly aunlnd on receipt of (JO eta. Addrrta, Or. But!?' Diipenaary, _ No.12 N. Blh It., ?t Lo?l?. M?. lc?.bli.l..J WC.y r jy^ILLS, FfiEW & CO., BOOK BINDERS -A!*D? BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. Aro prepared at til times, with th? heat material to till ordera for XIlank liooka, luch u art) u?wl by lianki, Counties, Corporations, Kallroarta and Merchant!. upon abort noticc, and In tho uioit desirable and workmanlike manner. Having oil th? latent and most Improved mar hi nery we lail confident that we will render cnUr# imuifuctlon to all who favor ui with their ordera. muinc, aiagnzmu ana ITriodlcaJi of ctcry doKtlptlon bound In * neat and durablr manner. MILTA FREW & CO., N03. 23 AMD 27 FOCBTXEXTO ST., d?13 WHEEUWO. VA ?QA EAR1IELH FLOUKlo Itij.lpr Mills, indtaaii, A 11*3, Kin City, For tie nt Jowcat market rates. LIST, DA YEN POUT & FAHK8.