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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
I.y mail, it, ndwntr, fUtoff pffjxitd.
n? J i nr fa 001 Tlirea month*. 92
mi i?.f 4'CO | One months
MithmI l.y (arrliit Inllty IU |?i wnk.
NfiNI>Ut:i:HLY.
Jly ?tW/, in ac'venat, jutagt ptqald.
uc y?*r? $3 001 hli month* f 11
WEEKLY,
By. maU, <? aJtvnrr, palagt jtrj-aid
?ni? > it 91 601 tlx month* 91 (
In Clula of Five 91 4fi c.kI
Iii Club* of Teu 1 40 pari
In aula of Twnitj 1 20 eati
A in I an extra u.|.y to |*n>oii K?llli>K up Club.
MT'l be bUjtb fT(i(4 n *rr Inviolable. Kesnit i
our link, In l**ft? ?>r 1 c?t< .flit* Money OnJua.au
where neither of the* ran I# procured, lend tb
money In a KcgliUml letter.
IHK INTELLiniKCKlTwill prewnt dally lb
new* In all deiartwenli, from ill quartirac
thi> world, u well aa a complete rtnml of loci
vctita.
I UK WEEKl.Y li printed on Thunday, and t%
It. bad at the counter. In raid eiirrlopeajfad
for inallliiK. ?r.Wu ropy to nfcwn/ /rtenti
and ninth*1 viih nan /rw? hvntt
OK'H'RIBKKS.?IVnoM detlrlnf to have th
Imii.t l*T?it.io??cK*Mt nnularly at thel
n-sidem.a in ftvw ?lty and mbtnla. cau t
mtthI by learlmt tbtlr addrew at Countln
Itnoiu, or ky d'?P letter thn>ii||h tho poatoffiu
I K) CONT1II1U Ti'llV.?No attention will be pal
I to anonyiuoiii communication*; every artlcl
inii.it M' nciiimiiaiiktl by the wrltcr'i real uaui
4nd mblri 1*.
| Huttnm Mtrri / * ?* i/iouw l* adj/twa njm
,t t-U," and thimld in m ftut b* mUb<tu.li
i i Vr iiulirUual tnimbtr cflhr firm by namr.
On n Xnughty 1.1111m Hoy,
fUMpiOK.
Jnit now I mitt*! from hall ami stair
A loyful treble that bail grown
A* dear to me aa that gra?? tone
lhatttlli thewotld mr older care.
And little fjotstftp on the flcor
Ware stayed. l laM ??lile mjr pen,
Forgot inr them', nml llttetied?then
Hlolc aoflly to the library dour
No atyht! no found ! a moment's freak
Of fancy thrilled my imlwa through:
"If?n/'?and yet, that fancy drew
A father'* Hood from heart and cheek.
And then?I fonnd him! There he lay,
Surprised by sleep, caught In the art,
Tho rosy Vandal who bad aacki-l
111* little town, and thought It pliy.
The shattered vane; the l.ioken ju;
A match atlll Hiiioulderlng ou thv il?.ir
't he Inkstand'* purple (tool of gore;
The theaauicu Muttered near and f.tr.
.strewn IntTMof album* lightly pressed
This wicked "Baby of the Wood#;"
Ill f?Ct, UI lUll tlio hOUWtlfil I KfMMl*
ThU boo anil heir *u wl?d-j>o?rascd.
Yet ill In <raln, for 1ml rnu?ht
Til#hnnd that n-achcd, thefct-ttliatutiajnl
Ami (Allan In Mint ainbuieadu
The rktor was hluiwlf o'er wrought.
What though torn Imvm and tatter*! book
Still tntlll?d lilt deep dl?gMc?!
1 utoopod and klned the ink* I to*,
With ludftuure and talmoutlwk.
Then biek 1 itol", and half h< gulled
Mjr guilt In trml that when tnjr ileen
hh'iuld come, there might be Unc who d kee
Au equal ruercf (jt Ills child.
?Brtle Uarte, in J far jit'i Mt<;a$inr/jr Jal\
Tlio Prosecution ol the Spirit
aallNlN.
The Albany I.iw Journal find* f.iul'
with the recent proMcution of certaii
spiritual mediums in London, classesi
with the trials for witchcraft a centtir;
or two ago, and awigns a curious inutiv
for it: *?
"The ground upon which these pro
ceedings are instituted is that the de
fendants violate certain laws designed to
promote good order and to suppress i
class of vagrants who foster petty crimen
but do not directly commit them. The
prosecution of Slade, under the stalutt
aimed at what are known an fortune tell
or* and wiz.trds, failed on account of i
difficulty, hut <a subsequent one against
one Lawrence, under the simuto reiutim,
to false pretences, succceded. In tin;
cane defendant was convicted of attempt
ing to obtain money upon the false pretence
that ho had power t<
cmimunicato with the spirits o
deceased and other persons; am
also that ho had power to product
and cause to be present such spirits in i
materialized or other form; and also tha
divers musical instruments, by the sol
means of such spirits so caused to b
present, produced musical and othe
sounds. The complainant had piiil on
shilling to witness the performance. Tli
Court ol Queen's Bench, upon a writ c
error, sustained the conviction. Tha
they should have done mo is remarkable
The prosecution of these individuals i
undoubtedly popular, hut it in not, there
fore, justifiable. The real reason for It i
that they, in playing upon the aupersti
tious feeling* of the better clawed, ar
trespassing upon a preserve, which, unti
lately, wm supposed to belong exclusive
ly to the clerical order, and these proceeding
are brought as a substitute fo
an action of ejectment."
I'itUbnrgli Iron Nctvfl.
(trader of Tuetdsy evening 1
At the Ktutt iron work* of Sparg.Chul
fant & Co. the soale u signed Again fo
the year. The old one does notexpir
jntil the lflth inst., but the uien would nc
work any longer. Until the first of thi
month it was stated tliat the mill woul
phut down, which win expected at th
lime of the statement; but the tlnu nine
have been receiving orders, and expcct t
do a Inrgt! business, ho as to keep thei
mill running double tnrh for oeiirly
year. ,
At iho Yexuviua wor.k*, "> Sbarpnbprt
I ho time of signing tfiq sqale will
in the Mill in*t. Aljhongh the peddler
shut down yesterday it i* thought th
nill will note top long. Indication* *ho<
licit they have plenty of ofdfri, Jm tli
uill Iran been running double turn for
?ong time previous Soiuh of the put!
tiling furnace* burn nl.tuk with cold bla*
and e- to give wall*faction.. l'h
puddier* here are inclined to *hut down;
couple of mouths during the pumiuc
eeatton, ** th?p think it will prevent
-top in the winter,
The Isabella furnace No. 1 in on an
casting COO ton* jier week. No. 2 ha
started up la*t October and keplrunnir
for nix month!"; but, owing to the deprc.
Minn in trade, the cotnoHnv wan ohlifp
to phut No. i! down twain. The tin
Htato that there i? no margin in
whatever. At the present there are i
men employed at these work-*. There ni
live large engines with twelve mauii
boilers each tueasiiring 04 feet in lengtl
There are also 10 hot-blast ovens, eat
containing 20 pipes, and each pipe weig!
inn 5,200 pounds. The stock-house
-00 feet in length,anil two railroad tracl
t-xtend through the entire structure. Tl
Isabella company have also six tinebri<
dwelling*, etuih having a capacity of foi
fimilies.^ A water pipe i* laid to tl
company's houses, ti distance of ov
J,000 feet.
TIlO (llllUCftH ol bllHilieMH 111 N?V
York
of MunUajr*
It U painful logo through the stree
of tltf* city and see how little busine
there is in them, and many of our me
chauta hardly pay expen*es. Scarcely
ship engigftl in proGtable foreign trai
leaven our wharves with the Americi
tl ig Hying at masthead, and the wharv
are going to dccay. The Custom IIou
investigations have brought to light
"late of affairs, so far as our commerce
concerned, that is perfectly appallin
Nut a nin^lo branch of American Indqst
i* really prosperous while in view
European complications and necessiti
"fry branch should be more prosperoi
than over. Merchants havo lost co
Mence and are contracting operatlor
Manufacturers are afraid to push oper
t|oiu, and nre economizing in all dire
ttoni. The shipping interest is prostrat
nininu operatio* are at a standjtil
tren the agricultural interest of the com
fe?l the depression, and everything
A flood Kirn.
I'niljJDIT.rilli Just 12.?It ia exceedIngiygratifyiog
to announce tint the pipe
manufacturara of thle atate and New York K,
?o have concluded not to impend the man- &
" ufacture of pipe, tubing, etc. After near- ^
It two weeka' deliberation, in thin city, on n
the aubject, tliia ia tho reauit arrived at. {<<
It waa propoeed to atop the worka for a
10 ninety deye, and for that length of time Tt
over thirty thoua&nd mechanica would Tj
hare been unemployed. The object of iua- j]
pandingwaa to decreaae the auptilr of
* atock on hand, and thereby cauae better 9
pricea to be offered. The manufacturer*,
i. aince theirdeiiberationa began, have diacovered
aigna of better timea, and a de- M
' mand by dealera for pipe, tubing, etc. ft
, They therefore adjourned their meeting, Q
requiring to go on and bide the good timea ?
coming, and we are aure they are correct "-J
,1 in their determination. We tbink the V.
J general revival of buaineaa thla fall will *
antoniah even the moat aanguine. n,
5 Ki
U Pit. PlKflOE. nt th? Wn.l.l Ii: '-K
Buffalo, N. Y., has perfected, by the com*
bination of certain vegetable extracts, a J?
* natural ipeolfie, which he doea not extol as a
J a cure-all, but on? whioh Julmirably fulfills
r a linglenemffof purpose, beiug a most posl- m
j tl?e and reliable remedy for those weak- Cr
nesses and chronio complaints that afllict
? the women of the present dny. This nat- ^
ural specific compound is called Dr. M(
Pierce's Favorito Prescription. It is sold tj?
? by druggists. M|
? = ul
* FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ^
B?
lVlierllnx it lioiesale Market. 0|J
. if
OrKicK Daily Imtru.iokxcrr, ) N?
Wednesday, June 1.1. J Tc
Uusiness is rather quiet and siuggiHh In Ba
the grain and produco trades, while dry
goods, groceries, and general merchandise A)
are moderately active. In prices produce 9"
is uoininally unchanged, but shows rather
a weak tendency. Flour is firm bnt not i*
quotably higher, with aomo increase both I*
in the volume of trade and receipts. Fro- {" '
duce in quite dull with very little ofleriog p?
in the line of fresh fruits and vegetables,
and prices rather higher iu consequence. Tii
Al'PLIM?1The demand ia active and the
market in firm, all offerings of choice stock t,(
being taken readily. We quote at $2 OOa Hp,
- 25. \<Bl!a*8?'Tho
market is quiet and un- Pa
changed; prime white Navy acarce, nt Kc
Bl'lTER?Continues dull, lifeless, stale,
il.it and unprofitable to commission wen
and shippers alike. The market ia utterly
stagnated and no improvement can he noted
in any respect. Wo quote atrictly prime
to choice at 10al2}?c. at
1Uki.no Powdeh?35h30c per lb. lai
Brooms?Fancy| $2 00a2 5J5a3 00; plain
$1 50.i2 00.
; Beeswax?!25a28c.
Cassbd Goons?Dealers report trade 5J
improving. Quotations: Peaches, 3lb cans
per doz. $1)75; 2 lb caus, $1 50; 3 lb <*ans
tomatoes, $2 00; 2 lb cans tomatoes $150;
Winslow corn, 2 lb cans, $210; sweet corn,
$1 yO; common coru, $1 strawberries,
2 11? cans, $1 75; blackberries, U lb ea
[i cans, $1 50; raspberries, 2 lb cans, $2 00; pn
plums, 2 lb cans, $175; lima beans, 2 lb cans, go
I. ?l 75; cove oysters, 1 lb cans, 75; 1! lb *3
caus $1 75. Ht,
Coai<?Per 100 bushels, $G (0n7 00. 41
CitBRSK-Quoted nominally at loyally
for new Ohio. . ro
l Chickknh-Yfihng $2 23a3 00 per doaen;
? old $3 00a3 25. m
Dried Fruit?The market is firm with
1 very scant supplies, especially of Apple*. Hj|
f Apples quoted at 3,JiiHe; I'eachea 11c for Rn
a mixed; l ie for prime halves. Other quotations:
OM 1'ruaes, 8c; new do 9c; Currant* 0
7c; Raisins, new, $1 75; Valencia, new, 9c. pj,
K?os? Are firmer, under light offering* F1
" and a moderate demand. We advance our Fi'
1 quotations to 13^'al4c per dozen. ^
i FlSlMTherei?a fair trade reported. Quo,
tations: For packages containing 100 lbs of je
> sound fish; light weight and inferior qual- Ci
? ity at prices to correspond: Codtiih,
. boneless cod 4c. Lake herring; new $2 75 j
. a3 00." White Fish. $5 50. Half bbla. So. ;
3 mackerel $1 25; No. 2, $5 2G. ni]
Fkathkiw? Dull; live geese, 50aC0c. Cc
' FltriT?O'r&ngf* plenty; quoted at $5 CO th
1 a5 50 per box. * Lemons at |t> OOaG 50 per n
box. T1
Fl.OUls?1The market is very firm. We p0
> quote: th
f Kitucjr brands I'J RO.iU 03 fa
| Family 'J ooi u r>0 w,
, 3?i|*r b 50
1 f |iring 9 25 "l
i ltj? 4 93l 6 00 Of
t Funs?We take the following quotations {*/
? from a circular issued by S. Horkheinier ;
e A Co.: .Mink, 10ca$l 50; muskrnt, 3a 18c;
r racoon, 5ft80i': skunk, 10a80c; grey fox, l'
c $1 25a 1 50; re*l fox, 75oa$l 25; otter, $5 00 ]?J
e at) 00; opossum, 10al5c; wild cat, 40a50c; J
< house cat, 5al5o; sheep pelts, 20ca$l 00.
(.iUOCEKIKM?Coffee is quiet buts'cady,
though prices were somewhat irreguinr on
the lower grades. Choice Kio continues i?.
scarce, ami nre relatively higherthnn other *
descriptions. The stock of Hraiil held in 7
the United States is low down as compared I?,
with last year, but far above the stock held J
in first hands in 1875. Sugars nre easier. I,
Refined is about steady at our quotations, g.
The refiners look for higher prices In the
near future. but whether their anticipations
will be realized or not is further along. It
is the general ooinion that refined sugars jL'
will hnrden as tne berry season progresses.
The noxt ten days will show a very itn- "
portant change In the market if the usual P.
demand is made as lu previous years in the
small (rnit season, Syrups dull and un- ?
' changed. Teas, rice, New Orleans molasses
>r and apiccs quiet but firm. Following are
c the current jobbing rates: Coffee*?Good i\'
Hio quoted at 22e, prime 23c, choice 24c,
,l best roasted 28c, yellow Kio 25c. Syrupi? "T
* Common 45a50c, prime 55ati0e, New Or- ?t
d leans Molasses, choice GOc. i'ujarj?Reo
lined hards crushed 13V<c, powdered and
e granulated 13Mc, A Coffeo 12Ko? Ii !2Kc, j
o extra C \1\4c, commercial A Sugar 1I Xc,
- commercial B U^c, commercial C lU?c,
a yellow 11c. Hie*?Carolina 6>?a7J<c, Now ^
viiiuui iuiit jitif iwc, wriuiu 1U/JC, C1IOIOO
io??. J
'? GiNSEXO-Quoted at 80n9Cc.
0 Qhain?The market is quiet ami rather
? nominal. Wheat $1 75al 9u. Corn45a55c.
Qat* 35a40c. Barley 80c. Rye 50c. "l.
1 Hay?The demand is light and tho inar*
ket nominal; quoted at $l0al2 per ton.
c i IIO^BY?Per pound, lSa20c. ?'
? NaU.s?The following are tho card rates: ,
1 Jfaili, Brails and Feneiug?10 to OOd $2 GO, A,
'* Sd and Oil $2 85,6d and 7d $3 10,4d and 5d *"
1 $3 35,3d $110, 2il $5 35; Barrel?X inch JJ
e $U60, In. $5 00, 1 in. $510, V/, in. $4 35,
? lJi in. $410,lfc In. $3 00, VA in. $3 35; .
r Pinishing-1 in. $7 60, IK In- $0 60, IS' ?'
a in. $4 85, IS to W in. $4 60, 2 in. $4 35, p'
'114 in. $4 10, S In. and over $3 85. Caning i
, and box-lOd to 30d $3 35, 8d $3 60, 6d
' I3S5.4H $4 10, 3d $5 10. Fino Illucil 4d J!
'1 $4 35,3d $5 60, 2d St 31 Llnlnc-X in. '
? $7 10, H in. W 60. . Tobacco Hbd-lOd "
? $3 10, Si! $3 35,6d and 7d43 60. Clinch? ?
d all sizes $435. Cut Spikes?aU sizes $2 85. ~ti
m Boat Spikes?all sixes $3 35. Slating?5d "
in $3 CO, 4d $3 CO, 3d $4 36, 2d $560. JJ
Oll-S?Carbon 15e per gallon, miners 65c. *\
O.siONa?Bermuda* quoted at $2 50 per
box.
[e PoiATOia?The demand is active and ?
,l- tho market not very well supplied. We
-h quote at $1 25al 40 per byshel for old, fiud ^
.. mw vu |?cr warm lor new. "
is Provisions?We can report a steady
lea consumptive demand. Thoroisanincrcas- '
ie ing demand for sugar-cured meats, which, q,
.jj in consequence of the low prices at which q,
' they are now bein* sold, aru to a consider- pi
able extent taVing tho place of M
ie fresh meats. We qnota pricea aa *f
er follow#: Me?* Pork-^15 50. Bacon? ?
New, now ready; shoulders at 63{e; a
sugar curcd at 7^c; hama at Halloo; U
tf breakfast bacon 10>**12c; clear aides Ho. N
New Lard?Butchora 10c; fiujcy city lQKc. $
1UGS?2a3H'e P?f pound. 5
Sksds?Timothy aeed, $2 00a2 15 per h
Lh bujh.; clover nominal. M
m Salt? Per barrel, $1 25. ?
Tallow?7Kc for country. "
r" Tobacco?Navies, 63aGflc; twista, 65a70c. J]
a Wukilino Stooieu?Per 1,000, $lO60a p
le U 50. C
... Wool.?footed at 35a40o for choico
washed, and one-third oil for unwashed,
w '
Cincinnati. c
.a Cincinnati, June 13.?Cotton?Quiet J
ls aud steady ut 11}?& Flour?Strong aud |1
i*. mgner; lamuy at $S75a9 00. Wheat?In c:
ry good demand and higher red $1 80al 96. *'
of Corn?Firm at 4Sa50o. Oati-Fair demand *
? ?t3!)a43c. Rye? Doll at 75c. Barlev?Norn* d
M iually unchanged. Pork?Firm; $13 60 *
_ naked. Lard?Dull and drooping; ateatn .
"* 8??c, kettle 9%al0c. Bulk MeaU-Qulet; (j
ahoulders 4J$c bid, 4.5*o aiked.ahort rib 1
*' $6 65, ahort elcar 7c. Bacon?Dull at ,
c- a7Kft"?4?Sc. Batter?Steady and firm. Lin- f(
e. seed Oil-Steady at 73a73c. WhlakyII.
Firmer at *1 07.
& Hogs?Demand (air and market firm;
is common $3 90a4 25, light $4 35a4 60, pack* c
I log U mi 65, butohon $4 50a4 75. E
WW??
Wheeling family Hirket
MIATAXD F0TJLT1T. ,,5*
nr. Umh, hind qutr.. 12fc ">?#
)und, Li lab, forequar... 15 doing
anp....~.. lteUS; roRX. 0 25,1
15 Bait ...... nw 0u0A
irter*bouM IB Fraah ataak 1$ Son
*?< "H Ko?t jag J ?.
w 8 Item......... Ift N oO;
irned 10 Ham, iliccd - 20 atead
? Sawag* .. 15 nprln:
WtM Lai J 15
'p? - 75 v?ai. J?-f;
W ? 8 CutleU 18 70'
"11ow....m? 8 Hotat.................. 12*
muttun. M Uw lo i- arm;
>?l* ? ? 20 roi'LTir. firme
Ind quart* 11# Cblrkena..... -23?30
* quarter 10 Chlckena, per ltxilOal*#
run, 1
tkerel, mi.... 5.15 |Fmhe>lmoD,llUt.llK OS11!*
inluga, do*....... 25 Lnbattra.............. 25 ?UH
trk, tlrlan M Oaon...^....'..-. 5? iQi/g
^ I? I Sueur
UROCERIM. ~"P*'
liter, lb w.?18i20 Citron ~... ? pritnf
iMat, lb 17a18 ftalalna ?Dal
Bp, do*. 15 Jing. Cumuta. 8alW atiOo.
ffM'-T'i.T~u"> Cisssrsarra-S
eon. lb Mctf I 00 Plckfca JO ? *I
IK. ureaiiui *oaau wamcra, iu.........iunu
iloog ,.3D?ik) Laundry aurch.. Jalo
pan MM Cnmtafrt?,prqtl(k?WH r?.
cow kk. Na?y Heaoa -...JO
....S0a38 CANDUC*- not i
22*15 B|*nn ?25aS0 fair n
auoAR. Common mold 15 *< ro
?(lba for f&OO. Hal-soda ....-ft J,1-0-,
xk, lb. .7 *ur- J
uihed, lb 7 Ilknl i niche
ilverlieri. lb ..?.~7 Hominy, qt B reject
tnuUted, lb 7 Bean*, per qL...?8?lw 380 pfl
own, lb ......10412 Dried appltu, per IbJi __nnl
iliiaca, gal 78 Dried PcSchM 12K r"]"
rap .COal 00 Flour, aaek...|l Hal 25
iple tyrup, per Corn mual, peck ..15a2U at $1!
juart... S3 Buckwheat,per lb 5 Augui
iaeT tr rat
VKimBLICa A Nil UARPKM lAt'CK' An,,,,,
tatoea.uld pocMOafiO fcucumbera, each?.?6*ft
ruiuda cnlont, J'aaa, per qr pock.... 10 o;0<-*.
xr peck...,....... $1 00 Atjaragut, j?r bch 5 At t
low, new, pr hch ft l>an?, new, % pk. .V) l?n!<<
ttuee, par bunch... 3 rftrawbmiee,penit5?8
iw potatoes, % pk-40 PlneapplM, each.....16425 A
imatooa, prdot 25 C*bbago,pcr Iicad.l0al2)? A
labirb pr bunch :t Bannnaa,rcach 5 f ? <0n
d la baa.... 3vbuitb,
hots, rrc.
iple*,peck _20i25 Walnut*, Kng'h... 21
inert, earh Sift Walnut*, Naplo*.. 85 rllll
lugea, dm .25a40 Almond*,toUtbcll, and t
uiont, each SalU lb 30 tr r)().,
uioni, dm JSualO Almonds, |?|wr
tea, ll> .15*38 (ball 40 "
pi 10a20 Feanuta, quart 10 alO W
ull Nuu, lb 20 Caudles, aanortnl, ftylvar
can Nuis......... 20 lb - 20 whito
auto*. Y<?li
uothy, huah.42 78a* 001 Clo?er, white ftOaM , '
Canary ami, lb... 15 In gO?
iter, ?? !, Ill 1H llUpeaeed 15 48c.
oils, rrc. I'orkfrin.gal
|4 00 IMnfeed .. ... tu? ?r? n
hlln - 1 -In I Miirnln* rtiiLI 'il
mlSre ??> SO J5 !,C!1CI
rownr '.'I (Alcohol 3 00 trolou
rt*ntln.< 73 Carbon S6a4D Whisl
nl 73ci$l (W |
Wheeling CaUlv;.Murkcl. Toj
WllKBLlNO, June 13,1877. __cios
The following are the Rrriraln of stock $1 91;
the Wheeling Stock Yards daring the Michi,
it week: 2 anib
CATTLE?24 head; sold at 3!4a5}?e. spot S
IIogs?72head; sold at 4J<a4%c. July?
SllRKP?15 head; sold at3}{a4^o. Lainbi. No. 3
?ti 6 !4e. _ CornllY
TELEGRAPH. jaT'
?? OatsNew)
York .Honey and Stock*. Michi
Niw Yoiuc, June 13.?Mosky?Closed
syatlHa2per ceut. Prime mercantile
.per 3a4;per cent. Custom receipts $l(ilV Net
u. The Assistant Treasurer disbursed modei
Uti.OOO. Clearings $19,000,000. Sterling jobbit
ady; actual business, long 4.87, short firmly
}9J$. fairly
Gold?Opened nt 103, fell to 104J?, mens'
?e to 105K and closed at 105,'-*. Borrow- ncls I
i* rates 1)4 to 3 i?er ccnt per annum and quiet;
M per ceut per diem.
Silver?At London unchanged. Here, dnc
ver bars $1 21 greenback#; $1 18)i,
Id. Silver coin ?? per ccnt dlsconnt. m
Government#? Steady. ed au
itted SulM 6a ol 1B81, coupons ...... IN,1; ts JL i.
f?-TwentlM(1866) new J'""..
ro-Twentlra (1867) -llik or stI
rfr-TwenUo (18<W) 115^ larger
wPItm ~ ~ .... iio^h drivin
iw Four autl it halfa....... ?..lU74a use h
fl-fortlw .. .i,. W4
n-fortlea (coupona) .. ? ink ",,
rrancjr tilxtsa ............... Ittx pally
Railroad Bonds?Quiet. . *f?J
State Securities?Dull. RJJ "
Stocks?The market in the morning was " " K.
nettled, with a general decline in prices.
tal stocks as usual were conspicuous in j?*" r~
e dealings, and Western Union occupied ^"l. .!
more prominent position than of late.
ie latter fell sharply on the variourre- ?*
irts, hut particularly on one to the effect ?"
at the ataleineut to be made would bo tin. ai-?
voruble. The trouk line shares were
?ak, although comparatively quiet. After
idday the eoal stocks recovered a portion
the eariy decline, hut the general mar* stdid
not participate to much extent in *01
e improvement. Morris & Essex fell TV
ivabl'A toolK regular, and 50seller SO
iys, hut later recovered to 53%. Delaire,
Lackawanna & Western rose from T
li to 3234, and declined to 3l'/? regular, Xd
5J97S seller 30 dan, hut alterwards
Hied to 32l>eluware & Hudson
se from 26 to 26}?, declined to 25J4, rose J
26&, reacted to 25?? and rallied to 26 J?.
ith the exception of Delaware, Lack a- E
inna <6 Western, the prices made to-day
r coal shares were the lowest of the year. cvn
eitern Union dropped from 6111 to 59?* ,
ider a sharp pressure to sell. New York I)'
sntral declined from 92% to 9156, Lake c
lore from 47?* to 46&, Northwestern pre- /ure
rrcd from 44>? to 44V$, and St. Paul pre- .,
rred from 49X to 49. Other changes Slue
ght. Subsequently the market became on t
m and prices advanced until just before j3 fc
e close, when a weak feeling set in and .
ices reacted M to \\i per ceut in nearly 1C 11
I active shares. Morris 4 Essex rose to the:
Ji, declined to 63K and closed at 54. jake
ilawsrc, Lackawanna Sc. Western rose to rp.
reacted ,to 32and closed at 32 X
slawiue ft Hudson advanced to 27% and f.ppi
II to 27. Western pinion recovered to jrCn,
and finally sold at60. Express shares ,
Jre firmer for Amcricau and United
ates. Witt
Western Union Telegraph declared a hea*
larterly dividend of VA percent, payable ?ri _
ily 14th. The transfer hooks closo on '
e20th inst. and re-open July 16th. The Ofir
llowing i? 0" abstract of tho Western ful
ulon statement: The net profits for tho ?0ni
larter euding March 31, February busi- .
!h# being partially and March wholly cfcti- "OH
ntod, $757,613; ofiicial returns for the timi
me quarter show the profits to be $69(1,- con
7, or $60,695 less than estimated; estimat- , .
1 profits for the quarter $650,317;
Id surplus April 1st, $128,577, total $778,- Or I
4; from which appropriating one quarter's pjjc
terest on bonded debt, $113,000, one ?!
mrter'a proportion of tho sinking fund, &P .
0,000, total $183,000, leaves n balance of satli
45,894; dividend of 1}$ per cent, $507,- ficil
3; surplus June 30, $133,081.
The Union Pacific llailroad Company 7*^
solarcd n quarterly dividend of 2 per cent It.
tyable July 2. edy
The Graphic says according to a Phih- toir
slphia telegram tho fast passenger traius ,
e liable to he discontinued any day. W. ?av
. Vanderbilt has written Col. sScott n istC
inmunication. in which ho says there is jjfjC
> reaton why the passenger business difli- ^
ilty should not be amicably adjusted, and na^
rging an early conferencc with him on the j
itijert. It now looks ns though the last t
ains would soon be withdrawn and the x
d rates re-established. IN <
The transactions were 282,000 shares, of tak<
hieh 14,000 were New York Central, 39,- 0ff
K) Lalco Shore, 4,000 Bock Island, 3,IA.0 .
Paul pr#ferred, 13,000 Delaware & lludin
O "fUl n?linrn>o l anVairnnn -fc ?
n, 25,000 Horria ?k fcuex, and 8i,000 West- ?.?,
n Uniou.
'esttrn Union ...... fiO Northwestern com.. 20'.
atekailrer M 14 Northwestern pfd... 4?>-2 FAI1
niekillTpr pfd Jljf New Jersey Central C'? T
iclfic 19 Rock Island ?... 'Jl?| A
arlpon. 1J? at. Paul......... ia% a
arlpota preterm!.. 2 St. Paul pretermit.
dama KzprtM 01 Wsbajh................. IS CflU
'ella. Yugo A Co- n; Fort Wayne .... SS .
merlcan............. 44)4 Terr* Haute ......... 6
alted Butt*. 42 Terra ll?uto pfd...... a n
ew York Central, Ohio A MUi'Mlppl ? 4J$ *
no a Chicago A Alton...- ?;? LlV
rl? preferred- lfl Chicago A Alton pfdl' (J r
ulutu M.ju Delaware A ijtcka... *.?<; a
arleiu pre!crred...l40 A. A P. Telegraph.. is;-. the
Ichlgui Ctatra).... 33% Indiana Central is
mama................. 93 BurllngtonA Quia. W,''? 1*1
nlon Pacific itock.. i-i1. Ilannlbal A tit. Joe. 1<S n
?ke Shore 47 Central Pac. bonda.U0>4 J
Uools Central . 61S Un on Padflehondaio^ Pjj.
Itubargh..... . Land Uranta ~~-ldi ? 1C
C. C. <k 1 24*a Sinking Fund 3S*? *** .
wra
A llcghcny. Cattle. I
East I.iiikrty, Juno 13.?Cattle-IUs stOl
eipts to-day .10 can of through and 22 t)r
>ra o( yard or K84 head; total for two dayn '
,460 head, or 30 cara of through and 66 P~'
lira of yard. Supply good and market no* Pa.
iVe at an advance over liut week's nrioea. C
nil all nolil or nearly to. Bast$0 74, me- nnfi
ium to Rood $<J 25u6 50, common to fair
5 50a$6 00. * To
Iloos?Itecelnts to-dav 1,320 head, total
>r two daya 5,355. Yorkers U SOai 90, Cm
'hiladelpbiaa $4 90a500.
ifllKKH?llreeipts to-day 180 head, total
>r two day# 5,?00, Belling at $4 25a5 50. p p
I'itUborgti. fr g
PirreBDBOH, Jane 13.-Petroleum-Qaiet; SSol
mde $1 87H at Ptfkefi; refined 13Ho,
'hiladelphU delivery. t?is
Hew York.
w Yore. Jane 13.?Cotton?Qalet at UXc.
Floor?Little more bnaineu
3 superfine western and State $5 75a .
common to good |6 COaO 00, good to
c $6 C5a0 75, white wheat extra $tf 60
fancy $7 05a9 00 extra Ohio $0 50a
St. Louis f0 05alO 25. Wheat?More
r and little better demnnd; rejected
% $11214, No. 2 Chicago spring $1 OA,
rjbtate $192K? No. 2 Milwaukee $1 70
Kye?Dull and heavy; western 78a ,
Barley?Qnict, hat steady. Mnlt>?
I No, 2 State old 92Ho. Corn?A shade 1
r, hot western mixed 51a53^e, un- !
iu 55oG0e, ateam tnixed 50c. Oats? ,
loing; western mixed and State 41a
rhitu western 46nG8c. Ilay and Hops
changed. Coffee?Quiet; Rio cargoes
30c, gold; jobbing at 16Ka21 %c, gold.
?Fair to good refiniog 9JialO%e, '
1lOVfe, refined U%al2%c, Molasses
11; Porto Rico 55a05c. New Orleans 50
Rice?Quiet; Louisiana at S^aO^c,
ina 5>fa7c. Whisky?A shade firmer
12.
Chicago.
icaoo, Jane 13.?Flour?Firmer, bat
Huotably higher. Wheat?Demand
ud prices higher; No. 2 Chicago apring
li cmh, $1 51 July, $1 33 Auguit,
I, $1 34 Corn?Active and a ?hadu
r at 48o cash, 47o July, 4!)o Auguit, c
ed 41^c. Oats-Quiet and weak at
h, 37tfc July, rejected 28)$c. Kye ,
1 and nominal nt 67)<c. Hnrlev? '
and unchanged. Pork?Uniettiod ,
2 60 cash and July, $12 72}$al2 75 1
?t. Lard?Fair demand, but at low*
es at $8 CO cuh, $8 65 July, $8 ?7[A
it. Bulk Meata?Eaaer at 4&a6J$a
Whisky?Quiet and unchanged,
hecloie wheat wm unchanged. Corn 1
) lower. Oati unchanged. Pork
r at $12 <57Xal2 70 July, $12 80 Au- d
Lard higher at $8 80a8 62 X July,
8 72^ August.
Philadelphia.
ladbi.pttia,Juno 13.?Flour?Steady i
nore doing; super $6 25h(I 50; extra 1
8 CO; Minnesota family $8 75a9 25; J
ylvania $8 75a'J 25; high grades $9 50
K Wheat?lu good uemand; Pennin
red $1 l)5a'J 00; amber $200a$'J 05;
$2 05. Rye?Quiet ut 85a90c. Corn
low 59aG0c; mixed 58n59c. Oats?
>d demand; white 48a50c; mixed 46a .
Clover Heed?Nominally 13al4c. i
-$15 00al5 25. Butter?Weitern ex- '
ominally 10al7c. Cheese?Steady;
n l?J{al0c. Eggs?Finn at 17c. l'eui?
Dull: refined He; crude lOnlOj^c.
;y-Steady; western at $1 11.
Toledo.
,rdo, Juno 13.?Flour?Firm. Wheat i
ies lirrner, No. 1 white Michigan
extra white Michigan $1 05; amber
f?an snot $1 01; Keller June $1 90; No. J
er Michigan $1 09; No. 2 red winter
fl SO bid; seller June $1 80; seller 1
il 50; seller August, new or old, $1 40;
red spot $1 67; seller June $1 68.
-Firmer; high mixed spot 51 J4c; No.
50Hc; seller July 51J?c; seller Au- "
53V?c; rejected 4Sj^c; damaged, 10c.
-Dull; No. 2, 39J?c; white 4ti>^c bid;
sail 42?c. J
Dry Goodn.
f Yobk, Juno 13.?Business was only
ate with package houses, and the J
ijj iiuuc uMiuuucii "K"1' v-ouuijh ar? 1
held. Itutau brown nhoetiii^x Hre
active, l'rints quiet. Woolens for
wear arc in steady request. Flanbegin
to move. Foreign goods are
In lirit hands. (
innati Home and Mule Markc?.
demand
has been good for nil oiler- I
d the market in u satisfactory condi>r
buyers as well ni sellers. The call
eelers for local railroad use has been
than usual, and tho sales of good
g auimais, both for local and Eastern ft
five .been good. The shipments for
?ek were about uine ear-loads, princi- "
to the East. '
iSES?Tho receipts have been fair.
ot in excess of the demand, and all
jod stock offered was sold. Good
chunks brought $60aS3; good to C
smooth drivers from $110 to $185,
>me few extra Cue brought above the
le figures. o
lks?There lias been a demand in ex- -j
f the ofletings, and tho market was I
; at full prices. Aged mules, 14^a
ids high, sold at $l5a90, and 15}?al6
high at $100alU5, some few extra
ringing more than the outside figures.
ity yk.v1w be1-oak the public. _
R. C. M?LANE'S 1
celebrated
.IVER PILLS,
por th3 cuke 07
:patitis or Liver Complaint, "
yspepsia and sick headache.
iptoms of a Diseased Liver.
lin in the right side, under the
ilge of the ribs, increases on pres- I
jsomctimesthepainisintheleft
j the patient is rarely able to lie
he left side; sometimes the pain
;lt under the shoulder-blade, and
equcntly extends to the top of
shoulder, and is sometimes mis:n
for a rheumatism in the arm. tl
stomach is affected with loss of i
:tite and sickness; the bowels in }
:ral arc costive, sometimes alter- .
ve with lax; the head is troubled
1 pain, accompanied with a dull,
vy sensation in the back part,
.v ? ??u?ui-1 ?
i*.aiuuaiuviuuii; lusa
icmory,accompanied with a painsensation
of having left undone
icthing which ought to have teen *
e. A slight, dry cough is some- 0
cs an attendant. The patient
lplainsofwearinessand debility;
s easily startled, his feet are cold
jurning, and he complains of a :ldy
sensation of the skin; his S
its are low; and although he is f
sfied that exercise would be beneil
to him, yet he can scarcely
imqn up fortitude enough to try ,
In fact, he distrusts every rem.
Several of the above symp- 1
is attend the disease, but cases
e occurred where few of them ex-, S
d, yet examination of the body, \
r death, has shown the liver to
c been extensively deranged.
fVGUE AND FEVER.
)r. C. M?Lake's Liver Pills, 1
:ases of Ague and Fever, when
:n with Quinine, are productive
he most happy results. Nobctter
aartic can be used, preparatory
or after taking Quinine. Wc
ild advise all who are afflicted I
i> this disease to give them A
r trial.
ror all Bilious derangements, and
i simple purgative, they are unaled.
DEW ARE OF IMITATIONS.'
[he genuine Dr. C. M9Lane's
er Pills are never sugar coated.
Jvery box has a red wax seal on
lid, with the impression Dr. '
Lake's Liver Pills.
Die genuine M?Lane's Liver
ls Dear the signatures of c.
Lane and Fleming Bros, on the ,
.ppers. I
?" Insist on your druggist or
ckeeper giving you the genuine
. c. m9lawe's t.ivpi* Pn.l-q- nre- i.
ed by Fleming Eros,, Pittsburgh, j
old by all respectable druggists
I country storekeeper generally.
I thow wUhtnt to tire D?. C. M?Un?'s
a Fttu a trul, we will mail pott paid to xay
of the Laited Sute*, one hi m Pills (ox
ty-fire c*nt*.
FLEMING BROS., PHttbcrfh, h,
ESCRIPTION FREE
it ipc??lr Curt of 8?nltul Wcaknm, Loit
Dod.todtll tltonlfn brought on bylodlMT*r
Ex cms. Any D7nggtat hu the lngmlltn tr.
Mrtti 01. IAQUES A CO., Clndnmtl. 0 1
-d*w
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
beet whitk,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WMIHLINO, W. VA.
Ovricic?AtlorMj Gentral'a OBc?, CapltoL
qkntistby.
We advlM all tboaa wanUnu Dcntlatrj <l?ue to
Mil uil 1'U* iiAr.uiun, aiKii iuij am BITS (Mill
pxtraetnl without tfca iHjhwt pita ind n?w trvth
Kt In not to be known from tbe natural teeth,
n t* worn with comfort and aaat. All caeea
wairantnl. < J Blew-No. 11 I'oartMnUi atmt, for*
w ot Market feM
^ H. OALDWKLL,
Attoruoy at Law,
1220 ClUPI.IKH 8T.
Practice! in all C'ourta. a|>20
JOHN J. JACOB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office iu 1'eople'a Bauk Building, coruer
?f Main ami TweJfthatmta. apfl
J DALLAS EWINO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. &4 Twelfth tor.,
defl WHEELING, W. VA.
itr j. w. rownv.N
W.
(Vttornoy at Lu w.
omc?-No. 1222 ChapuxiBt.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Prompt attention to all burineM entruitwl to tnf
ire. [e7_
H. COCHRAN,
Attorney ut Law,
1220 ClIAPLlNB STUBltT,
fel WHEELINO, W. VA.
n C. ULMSTEL), M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Nrric*?No. M Fothtkknth Ht.
WHEELING, W. VA.
Office llonn-8 to 10 a. M. 1 to 8 r. y. dc2
^ILLIAM EUSK1NE,
Ittornoy at Law.
Office of the Ute C. W. B. Alllaon, No. 1140 Chip*
Ineitreot, Wheeling, W. Va.
Will practice In tho Btate and Federal Court*.
BENJAMIN a ALUbON, Nota*t public.
Offlce m aborts d?15
yy ILLIAM PHILIPS,
ofltlos of tho Peeoe & Real Ettala Agent,
No, 60 Twnjmi Br., Wnuuiie.
Collections of til kinds made and procmda
promptly remitted. jnH
ttjr M. H. HEA.RNB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
)flice with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up at&ira.
au30
QANIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ro. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank,)
<e4 Wheeling, W. Va.
jl J; HUG US,
Attorney at Law.
jjlee 71 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W, Va.
Practices in theConrtaof Ohio, Marshall
nil Tyler counties, W. Va. nov!7
J^ANIEL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1404 Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
_
MNCU A THOMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
1203 Chaplink Btbibt.
Room No. 1 Odd Fallows' Building?up (tain.
tarH
CROCERIES.
j^ABOEST STOCK IN THE CITY AT
los. Speidel & Co's,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Sell tho celebrated VIENNA. FU>UIt,
lie best Flour in the market. Also, Hole
ijjenU for GUIDING STAR and PIIU5flX,
made by Balaton, Hall & Co.
ivery Barrel of Flour Warrantod.
HEADQCAIITEBS FOB
GROCERIES
If all kiadi, at Wholesale only. Merchant*
rill find it to their advantage to examine
ur stock before purchasing elaevrhtre.
1416 Mail & 14(7 South Streets,
DOUBLE IRON FRONT.
j?l
J?UGAR CURED MEATS.
r you mint toeet tho beat 8nwr Cured Ham out,
BUT TUB BEE HIVB BRAND.
II you want to get the ntmt Brmklant Baoon,
BUY THE BEK HIVE BRAND.
If you want to get Sugar Cured Shoulder almost
good ax Ham,
BUY THE BEE HIVE BRAND.
I you want to get the aweeteat Sugar Cured B^el,
BUY THE BEE HIVB BttAND.
Three meats are cured by Ethdb Brothera, ClnInunti.
llavlnu handled them for four maaona, I
mow their excellence anil can confidently rmunaond
them to comuiueri na twins the boat In thla
naikot. B. J. SMYTH,
Cor. Market and Fourteenth Sta.
R. J. SMYTH A CO.,
inylS 83 Zane Street
'Satin Gloss" Flour.
We tiro constantly receiving this
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
ME FINEST antl REST ever introduced
into this market.
THE WAR EXCITEMENT
Im causal an advance and all Floor is dear.
Don't Wait# Your Money Upon
Inferior Brandt.
BUY THE BEST?THE SATIN GLOSS.
I !.i o n _
lisi, udvcjipuri a rarns,
SOLE AGENTS.
ap23
0HEAP GROCERIES?
YOU CAN BUT
tae lb. Ex. Young Hraon Tea for .. 40c.
)wj lb. sood Gunpowder Tea for 50c.
>ne lb. ont Ounpowder Tea for ^.Mc.
)no lb. Lett Japan Tea for. ..._80c.
)na lb. good JaranTea for 00c.
h? lb. beat Oolong Tea fur JCc.
>ne lb. good Oolong Tea for 50c.
[Nrrnty lba Rice !ar...~ SI 00
PEARL MEAL, CORK BYROP,
\nd all kinda of Grocerlw at the toweat market
prlc*,at
JT. W. BARTON'S,
351 and 2253 Maur Br., Crnii Whulqio.
tsrtl
STOVES <i HARDWARE.
The Cheapest, (
The Best,
. i
The Largest1
COOKSTOVB
lu the Market li ibe Celebrated
VALLEY STAR. :
0
BENJAMIN FI8HER, *
STAR FOUNDRY.
A great variety of other Cook Stovee alwaye
on hand. ?0^ All Btovea guaranteed. )?
Marbillzid Iron ind Slate Mantfte.
Fraaatona tad Slate Hearths, &o.
Call, examine and see prloee before par* 9
jg f. CALDWELL. J
\
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles, ?i
t?
Common Gratea, Tile and all kinds of *
Terra Colta goodn. ci
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin Roofing,
TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE AS
BORTMENT OF
COOKING STOVES1
And Houne Furnishing Good*. We call
pccial attention to the
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grata.
The moai complete Grate in the market.
It can be leen in operation in Mr. Frank r
Coen'e finereaidence on the Island. Call
and examine.
1507, 1500 A 1511 Mnln Ntrctf,
near R.d O. IL It. Depot. mrt
^RB YOU GOING TO MOVE?
Don't Yon Want a
NewCook Stove,
Hie BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN f
THE MARKET can be found at
No. 1420 Main St.
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON !
AND OTHER .
u
First-Class Stoves,11
Can now be bought Cheaper thau ever
before. fr
p
Don't fall to call and see our itock beforo
purchasing.
JOSEPH BELL & CO.
ARLINGTON 8TOVE WORKS,
No. 1436 Main Bt., Wbskliku, W. Va. 1
mr!2 ff
JOHN CLARK. Jr.
cfc CO'8
SOLE ACENT. 5
Obtained a DIPLOMA for a
"Excellence in Color, I
Quality aiii Finish."
WHICH IS THE 9 T
HI&HEST AWARD
CHANTED TO SI?OOf< COTTON AT M
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.
I
ap2-rtdw
pOLLOW TIIE CROWD TO ^
Reed's HatStore
ray 26
JACOB W. QRUBB,
JEWELER, a
(acccKssoi to memo or, bath a co )
Mm American and 8wlaWatchea, Jewelry, DI*- S
monUf, Marling BlWcr and Mirer Plated Ware,
Parlor, Office, Dining Boom and Klichen Clocki
In Urge variety and low price*
JAOOB W. GRUBB, C
mjN 115t MAIN STREET.
"VTEW bTOCK
FRAMES, PASSET-ABtODTS,
MOULDINGS, PANN EL PICTURES,
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Juat received it
tiiya McLUHEHOUlE ART IT QUE.
JCE!1CL!ICE! G
CRYSTAL ICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
at the lowest rates. Dallvared at the can tod
team boa U, well pecked with aawduit; alao to all
perta ?( the city. Onlara by mall will receive ..
prompt attention* at No. lOtf Market itroot, near
: Pcitofflce, Wheeling, W.Y*. Bend for prloa Hit P(
I my!7 ROBERT LUXE.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
Communication to Gentlemen
fROM
H. LINGEN,
Merchant Tailor.
Determining to cloic out mv entire atock
f GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, for
ne purpose of discontinuing that branch
f my business, I therefore otftr to thv
ubiio my entiro stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
This is done for the reasou that my enirged
Merchant Tailoring Custom Truile
squires my undivided attention.
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Having received my whole stock of
PR1NG and SUMMER WOOLENS, Ac.,
am prepared to mako up to measure ail
(Tool Cassimere Suitings from $18 00 uparils.
With a large stock o( the most deIrabio
goods on hand and facilities for
lrnlug out the most Fashionable Clothing,
can guarantee pcrfect satisfaction to h11
IIBtnmAM (JIM win n ??ll
EL. LI1TGEN,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
111y28 1220 2Vlnrli?'t Nl.
rhos. Hughes & Co.
MERCHftHT mm
. ? ' > '
Jorner Twelfth and Water Streets,
WHEELING, W. VA.
fe are receiving udditious dully to our
already large and attractive stuck of
WORSTEDS,
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES, and
ientlemen's Furnishing Goods,
FOR SPRING & SUMMER WEAR,
.nd believe we can ofltr superior inducemerits
to any needing
lotting Made in a Flrat-Clase Manner.
We will hereafter make the following
iscouut to CASH and PROMPT PAYSQ
CUSTOMERS:
Six tek ckst off If paid in 10 days.
Fitb i'rr cext off if paid in 30 days,
oiu date of delivery of clotliea.
B^rp LEASE KXAHIHR OUR STOCK AND
RICKS.
TH0S. HUGHES & CO.
mylO
J.H.STALLMAN & CO.,
Merchant Tailors!
We arc conitnntly receiving
NEW GOODS,
kob thk
ipring and Summer Trade
n?l iiIkhth keep on* of the LARGEST
AND BEST ttELKCTKD STOCKS
OF GOODS in the city.
ill the NEW STYLES
?OF?
lain, Stripe and Plaid Suitings,
lagonal and Basket Worsteds,
lain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
pring Overcoatings.
nd all goods uaually found in n first-class i
itablishnient. A fll line of
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Always ia store.
HE IIE8T PLACE TO ISITY SHIUTfc
in the city.*
^^"Call and look at our gnoiiA.
lo. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
my I
New Goods!
sPRINR and QIIMMCD
? iiiiiw UIIU wwinmLii
C. HESS & SON,
merchant Tailors,
COR. I4U AND MAIN STS.
[in )uit received their large mil elcgaat
!* itock of Gooda lor
IPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Kmbraeta; all 11* dMlRM of
Sloths,
Cmimarai.
Vettingi,
Suiting!, end
Spring Overooatingt,
kVhioh will be made up in the Beet Style.
KIJLL LINK OP
IENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITE tdlJETS MADS TO ORLRS,
We invite the pnblioto call and examine
xt itock, feeling awnred we can offer iratrior
imlncemenU.
nrl7 C. HE88 A SON.
TRANSPORTATION.
J^ALTlilOIlE 4 OLIlO RAlLIiOAD CO
On toil MM M.r 14. 1177, Vumagv Tnloi wU 1
|M*.M fnllnwi?WliKillnn 'I1mr?
No. 5. N?. 7' No. UttoU'
Kitr.BOPiiD. daily. tUUy.
Ui??- i. m. IM P. K. A.?.
Whcrllng 4 M 1055 ?:20j 730
Anl*w at? r. M, I p. M.
Onlton ? WU Ml lo-.aol 4.10
p. M. 4. n.
KfJ?-r......... 15;JJ 1M
CutaUod 1-41 t.ll) 7:43
Mmlpiborg _ 4:M MO
JVafchlnfton Utj_ 7:70 7:M
Bllllmuic ? - 8:M ......... *00 .
A. M P. M. .........
PhllliUlphlft..... 8:03 1:?A
Hpw York 0;VA ... 0:001
Dtlljr ttctpt Sunday.
rulJwf.'JK IS ,ll"1,u"" k?l??n W hpfltriK ujt]
"'irr rei<r
ytot-bochd. daily. No. 1* dally.'
L**'i Whwllng 74Ja.ii 4:lCr.m ?.45 p.m
Ai il?l* lt?"
llrBO A:48 1? a.m
- i:oor.M m.w ? s is
Ooluinbui.. 8.00 m ?
faudmky ..... ?;m 010 ?
E'J'"0 7:80" 1:19 r.M
Cincinnati 8;CO " 10-.?i a.m
I.OUUTII 1MrtU
IiidUnaiolla .. ||:2flm ? 17:40 M
bt. Luuia. h UU.M 0:O.
Chicago fl;00" 7:00 ?
Dally o??|it_Wundar.
Kuj. s and 10 uiako cIom connmtonalColunitHu
for all point* Houth and Houth wat: al Chicago for
all potnta Woat and North writ.
for I hiladrlpbla, New } ork and UoaUn. At Wt&Llotion
City lor all point, Houth/
11. tralna wake illrrct ronncetlotu for
U n" ^iiTT " W^taii'I Korthwrat.
Pullman Mace can on all night tralna.
.ccuiair, rum, AM) HALTIMORH DIV.
,*I^Tr" Jal,T- #Arritfl? dally at
Whulng 8:to a. m. Hrailiiugt'n.l'a.llsOOa.m
. 8:25 !> n> 7:10 pjn
fcjcept feunday. Kxcrjit Bundsy.
,ckpU ,0 ,,,,,Pf1nr|P:?1 r^'nti on infant Depot.
Ofllco open at nil hour* during llm .lay.
TH(R It. HIIABP,
Miutrr of Tramwortatlon.
H. T. DF.VIUKS, Orn'l Agfol my 15
CLEVELAND A I'iTWBUROU UAILKOAD.
t"oxbrxaxd tjmb card.
On and titer May 20th. 1877, Tralna will run
duly (except fundiy) as follows, tIj :
attom. mail. txpiikml
t.KAVK.
Bdlairo ft-M am 11:00 a.m. .110 p.m.
Bridgeport 0;01 ' ||;|0 8:20 ?
Martin's Ferry... B18 11 11:18 ' 8 27 ?
LaOrauge ?14S 11:53 4:W> ?
HtuubcnTtllo 7:01 " 12:00 p.m 4:18 "
WelllTlllo 8:20 11 1:81 " 6:50 "
Uocbeater... t):S0 ? 2;W 0 40 "
ARRIVK.
Pittsburgh. 10:85 " 8i40 7:45 "
AHoona f,.M p.*. 9:40 ' IJt.1 a.m.
Ilarriiburg 10.53 " 2:40 a.m. 8.50 "
nnltunoru 7:? ' 7:t5 "
Washington if. 12 " 9:12 ?
Philadelphia 8.00 a.m. 7:00 " 7:35
New York C:S5 ' 1015 10:85 "
u Boston 4:? p.m. 8:30 r.m. 8:30 p.m.
ARK1VR.
Alliance 10557 a.m. 5:10 r u
Kavenua 1158 " 5:.r.? "
Hudson...-..,^.. 1?80 p.m. 6:M "
Cleveland- 1:45 " 7JO "
armvk.
FL Wayne 11:45 " 2:35 a m
Chicago ti:30 a.m. 8:00 "
SUuUntills Jetoinmalahnn? Leaves TWllalro at
4:40 p. ui.; Bridgeport at 4.65; and arrive# at Steuben
ville at C:15 p. ni.
I*avra Mcubenvillo at 7:13 a. m.j arrlrca at
Bridgeport at 8:55 n. ni.
Special accommodation trains leave Bellnlre at
9 80 a. in. and 12:45 p. in.; Bridgeport ut 1M5 a. tu.
and 1:00 p. iu ; arrive at Martin's Kerry 9:55 a. in.
and 1:10 p. in. lteturnlng leave Martin's Ferry at
11:25 a tu. and 3:80 p. m.; Bridgeport 11:83 a. m.
mid it: 10 p. m.; nrrlvo atBcllftlru al 11:50 a. ui. aud
3:55 p tu.
'llckets to nil prinrieal point* In tha E??t ?n.i
Writ imji Ut prucuntl' nt tbu Union Tii ket Office,
McLuro House, and at the aUUou nt Bridgeport.
F. H. MYEIU,
my2S) (icncnil Pawcngcr and 'i'lcVt t Agent.
IJITl'sBUKGH, CINCINNATI A BT. L8UIS
IWlLVfAY?l'Afi'llANDLE ROUTK.
Tho Direct Line to tin; Nortliwwit, Wcat and
SouthwcaU
CONDENSED TIME CAHD.
Taking effect May SO, 1877.
To tht Wutami South (rla Z*ne*v!llr).
Fait Pacific
I.lno. Ex. Acoom'u
Leivn Zancarille~ 8:00a.m 2.50P.M
Arlve Lwncaiitcj-...^-.. 0:50 " 4:4.1 "
Clrcletllle 10:M) 5:M5 '
WoMiIagton 11:57" 7:15" 7:25a.M
Wliiulnijton lUr.V.'p.n H.il '
M?>rr.jvr 1:38 " 9:15 "
Cincinnati.. 3.10 " ll).t5 "
TotU W'il ami South (rla Coluinbuc).
K*?t I'ac'Ic Tin.
l.lne. Ex. Ex. Mail.
r. u. x. M. P. M. A. M.
Pittsburgh ...... 11:36 8:30 3:40 7:05
Htcubonrlllc .. joy 10:07 <5:15 9 20
DrniiUou 2:45 11:55 8:30 n:35
P. M f II
??WMk C:00 2;17 11:28 7.2fi
Colamhoa 0 33 3:50 1*00 10:00
Arrlio?
London - 7:20 443 2:08 11:00
*?! 8:20 fH2 3:15 lifcW
Dayton.... ? fl:'0 .. 1:15
Cincinnati .... H;65 ?;ou c 30 3:10
InuuriHw ^ 1113 11 30 7:15
To th* HViI nnd Xerthvat (rla Columbnn).
Put Ind. Pac'la Ch'jjo.
. IJne. Ex. Ex. Ex.
I** re? a.m. a. v. p. m p.*.
Ooluinbua 6.3. 10.00 3;t0 5:40
Arrlro? p. m.
f " 8 (VI kii 740
I'lqua ? 0. 0.4.1 V;02
BicbmonJ...^ lO-.rf, S:l& S.30
I'. M.
Indlauapolil... 12:35 6:15 11:25
at r 1 A. M. A. M.
I^iul* 9:00 ......... 9:30
I'fltaniport ...... 4 0(i s.u . ;j:00
Ihicago 830 7*0 7: SO
it u. Pull man Drawing Itoom and Sleepier Qri
(roiu etcuhrnvllle andColumboa through u<Uwut
:K,mge to Cincinnati, Louiarille, Indianapolis and
St. Loula, and from Columbus to Chicago.
The pleasure teekcr or tlxm aeeklnjc Ifomrt in
[hf anould call on or addrcaa the undermined
or through time Ublt*, man, land circulars and
further information. VV. L. O'BUIKN,
Uen'l passenger and Ticket Agent, ha 21 <j Hkh
strrvt, Columbin, Ohio. niyl7
TUTPSPILLS
A distinguished physician of New York aajra:
ii n uiiniimini; jiow univcnauv lit. tuut
Pills are used. In my daily round*, I hear of
them not only amonu the poor, but their virtue*
arc heralded from the mansion* of the wealthy
and refined. Knowing tho inventor from in*
long connection with the medical profession, I
have great confidence in their merit*, ami of late
have often prescribed them with tho happiest
mall* in rases where I desired to make a decidcd
impression on the liver." r,ltJf
TUTT'S PILLS srS
CUttE SICK HEADACHE. m*dlda? Hurt,
TIITT'^ Oil I C
lull O lILLO >"u<??traU>rof
CUEE DTsr^raiA. th"
Mfllfil Colltr*
TUTT'S PILLS sgi
CUES COJfBTIPATIOii. ZnU*. that it?r
TUTT'S PILLS IS*
cuius piles. ii? hu ?wTUTrSPILLSpi
ciraE ftver and aqub. rtTRKNorn
bkino.pdu
TUTT'S PILLS ggffi
cuas bilious colic, m
hnllhy fcefiwTUTT'S
PILLS mS
curb kidm complaint Uk"n .? \?y
TUTT'S Pll IS Si
m w w o mnB? iarUictaa'tJi'i'y
cuau TonpiD uvea. u?o no ri??i
i ,,a m>, a _ PRICK* S&C.
TUTT'S PILLS .s;,,
IHTA2T APPETITE. NEW VOULThe
Argonaut Mills,
FOItMBRLT
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
M ASCPACTIT.E
Yarns, leans and Flannels.
VAF.X EXCHANGED FOR WOOL.
DALZELLJi LIST,
mr!9 Wbctlixs, W. Va.

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