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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, June 18, 1877, Image 3

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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
Ay mail, to ah aw, pdtcgt jntpaUl.
Onr >??r* 18 001 Tlirr* monthe.?... |2 00
m i rnth.M ... 4 to | Opf month*.......... ?8
J i limed bj Urrlrr* In City lflc per wttk.
KE9II-WEEKLY.
Jiy maII, to adxanat, jottagt prtfaid.
(lie 18 001 Hlx uuuthv.. fl 60
WEEKLY,
By will, to mhantt, fotlagr /jrtpaid.
iDr jitr,. II 601 till month*... |) 00
In (*1ul? of Fire II 4K each.
in Club* of 1 40 each.
In ClulH of Twenty - YT... 1 ? mcU.
And anrxtn copy to jwnon |?ttlog up Club.
TThc at#** piim ait Intertable. Ketnlt at
our rink. In Prafti or roatofllra Money Ordm.and
where neither of Ikaaa can ?? procured, arnU the
lunarj In a Kiflitcrod letter.
1 UK INTELUOfcNCKH will prwent dally tb?
thfl world, tu well m a ??in|dete of local I
a??nte. O
IIIK WEEKI.Y li Print^
l? had at the counter. I" I* MWlopyuridT
and reidturJ in/A tttvi jivm nOml r
w HitM'lUliKIA?rertooa denirini to haye the Ji
K if lMiu.?MCK?l.n regularly >1 their ^
i?ld*D?tn In U? cliy and itiburli <an U
SarS their addma ?t Countlnf n
It,,-.in, rrl'T drop letter through the jxntofflw. a
Hi ,nNTliJliUTOlt?.-l*o attention will b? paid y
I.. iiMinymoui roinmutilmllona; trerj article i
mud Ih aeroiu|?nlcil l.jr the wrllcr'a real uataa
mid addrrta. j
Hiuinfu bum /or at ihouUl be addrewd "Frrw |
,i (M-fUU," ami thmild <n no ctm U addrtutd to '
. tihft tn.lH ulual rnvdxr ofthtflrm by nam*. 1
(EbfttMItgeucev. J
? ' - t:
IImine* Memoranda.? The Balti- 1
more & Ohio lUilroad is aiaeued in r
Berkley county at $300,000, of which
J'JOO.OOO in In the Martinahurg district.
The levy in Berkley thin year is 40 centa
on wig sivu. me naiar/ ui uouuij oiuceri
only amounts to$2,000. n
.Spring chickcns are falling at Martins- ii
burg for 16 cents a piece, butter 15, and &
eggs 12J, strawberries 26 cents per gallon,
cherries 6 cent* |>cr quart. n
They aajr that tb? following epitaph in c
already prepared'for the great Cremation* o
i*t of Washington, I'a.: g
" Hero hum* old Thirljr-fW,* |*'r cunt' m
Thv more hi* lud the inortt lie lull'; Hi
Tlia iiior?> hf not lbs more he craml, .
I'fiB morn he tha? iu'?rt? ho ihavM? '
Uood Uod! cau audi n pun l*o mvck! 1" 1
The steamship"Bolivia,", for Glasgow, "
on which several of our Wheeling people
nailed on Saturday last took out the fol- "
lowing cargo: 62,000 bushels of corn, {)
700 boxes of bacon, .81 ten beef, 150 do, o
pork, 25 hhdti lard, 51 hhds tallow, 12G il
ten do, 8,500 boxes cheese, 250 tons of I
fresh meat. All the steamers took out ^
Urge cargoes. Ono of them took 42,500 j"
boxes of cheese and another GOO tons of w
fresh meat. I
1 he wool market is quoted ax strong to t
buoyant in the New York paper* of Saturday.
The Bulletin nay* that "manufacturer*
nro known to bo quite abort."
A Ilrooke county grower write* to u* on 1
Saturday last as follow? : "The wool ex- 1
citement hereabout id up to fever beat. "
Buyer* very active and competition ?
strong. Yettterday and to-day bringing i
I") cent* for good lota. 1 think it a very t
good time to let go. About all the But- r
lalo township wool will change hand* to- o
day at these figures, and upward for fancy o
grades. Crop prospect* never wore fa- 0
vorable in this county." n
The total valuation of the real estate
of Greene county, Pa., i* 6,177,835. The
amount of money of interest i* $156,730,
The aggregate of all property taxable for
county purposes is $6,6-10,301.
Ice sells at 110 cents per hundred pound*
in New York, and new potatoes at $'J
|?er bushel at Charleston, Kanawha.
The lumber, walnut, ash, maple and poplar,
Hhipped from St. Albans, Kana- r
...i.- ??... ?? . v ..... ?i.? '
WH* n>um?, HI .1C? ??? ? l'?/n M?V
I lu-sapeake A Ohio road $1,000 per week,
freight.
The Pittsburgh Commercial, of Saturday,
Muyn that "although the trade Mtwociution?
of nearly nil our leading induntriex e
have met hcrtl thin week, including the I
iron, nail,glass, white load, bolts and nut ^
associations, these meeting* have failed to *
duvelope any nows whatever with regard (|
to those prominent industries Reports j(
from all quartern are alike with regard
to the quiet and humdrum spirit which v
pi'rvadcH all our interest-*, and neoniB i
likely to rule for somo time to come." a
Tliu Caldwell It 1111 KunIiicnv. c
Kijilun Intelligencer: ?
I thank you for the insertion of my t
comment of the lGth inst. upon your J
article of the 15th, upon the "Caldwell'* j
Kim ltubroglio." In responue to your i
comments upon my remark*, 1 reiterate c
that you have no official net of the First
Branch of CoOncil upon which to base a
ruison for iha continued hostility of tho
Ijranch to any inquiry an to the value or ^
otherwise of the suggested improvement. [
I cannot believo the hostility m based
simply on the Inck of funds to execute it.
I do believe that a joint committee would
liable to prepare such an inexpensive,
thorough mnl satisfuptory plan for tho
consideration of Council that ineaiiH
would be found next year, if not earlier,
to perfect the work. You auk if 1 will
advocate the putting of a good wooden
bridge upon the piling lately done in
the Unii at EotV street? 1 answer
unhesitatingly, yes! 1 doing this I shall
be doing something toward securing to
tho city Home little coiu|K>nsation for an
unauthorized and, in the judgment of
some, a malicious and foolish expenditure
of the city funds. You profess to
credit me with sincerity in my motion to
Mfikc out the bill for pile driving. 1 am
porry you hud ty pomue it with comments
^hiclt imaly jov,; billet that I was not
sincere. in re-pon*e to your queries:
"Did he move to rejector vote against
the payment of other bills of the Street
Commissioner (or work done without an
order of Council, of which there is said
to have been near $'2,000? If he did, he
uriii nmiaiiiliMiL U'illi liimxi'lf- if it.tl irl<am
does bo stand?" In reply I May that a long, *
hunted, acrimoniou.-t debatu had nearly }
ox haunted the patience of the Council, <
my motion to strike out the bill of J. R. 1
Miller, $330 2?r>, for pile driving on.EofT j
-Ireet, wan ft tent question. The vote of ,
10 to 10 nettled it. 1 naked fur such a
division.of the question as would enable :
:t discriminating vote to Iti taken upon
the various clauses of bills, hut the
resolution had been bo drawn that it
could not easily be done. 1 had to vote
f?>r or against the whole amount; much
of it was duo for day's labor. I could
not bringroynelf on a mere puotilljo to refuse
payment of those hills, the payment
p( which was requisite to enaqle a hundred
or so oi poor iuen to pay their reut
and other bills. In voting to pav these
l?ilid, I was compelled to vote tor bills not
authorued by Council. 1 did bo, connin*
Itsntlr with my views of my duty aa a
member of Council?in opposition to uiy
views of abstract right-doing, aa 1 have
done on other occasions since 1 have had I
I the honor of being a member of Council.
I am perfectly willing tontand upon this
position, ready to accept wisdom from
any source, and to apply it in the various
not* 1 may be callcd upon to perform.
IYour suggestions in regard to the fruit of
the pile driving on Koil'ntreel are pertinent;
and I have uo doubt vou will be surprised
to learn that I am fully convinced
that it ig in the knowledge of tho members
ol the First Uranch conspicion*
^ in their' opposition to any
enquiry iu relation to the Run improvement,
that aschemo has t>een matitfcd'wfjereby
the Hun can be straightrued,
tvro bridge! on pile* built?all land
damages nettled, anu releases from any
and all damage* occurring hereafter on
account of the Kun, can be effected for an
?l*nditure of less than $-1,000,00. The
advocates of the improvement have no desire
to force the city by cunninglyjdevised
^ oiutiona into extravagant expenditures
wr the immediate personal benefit of a
few ml estate ownera; they have no dedre
to entrap the city into an expenditure
of $2,600 to $3,500, on the plea of
in authorisation to expend lean than one
mndred dollar*, an was recently attemptid
in Council; they aimply aak for a
:ommittee of inquiry, to receive, teat and
lollate evidence upon the aubjeot, and
>resent the same to the calm consideraion
of Council. The proportion does
iot involve the outlav of the funds of the
ity, it is the usual, the proper course of
>rocedure; the Second Branch of Counil
has unanimously asked for the ap ointment
of the committee; the First
iranch refutes, and does not deign to
live a reason why. In your closing pargraph,
you claim that "It must i?e adaitted
that there is no need of such
. dreadful hurrv in the matter." Your
laim is susceptible of a variety of anwera.
Suppose it should be proven, and
ueiiovo 11 can dc, mat at somo time or
ther the city will find it desirable to
traighten Caldwell's Run?it will be admitted
that it will be good policy on the
Mtrtol the city to secure such bonds, re*
Bancs, etc., as will secure It from paying
xcessive land damages. All this can
iow be secured for $500; what it may cost
. month hence is problematical. An inestment
in lands on the line of a probatie
city improvement would not be conidercd
singular on tho part of capitalists,
n fact I hate known land owners bittery
opposing city improvements?securng
delay therein until the growth of the
ity has compelled the purchase of their
amis at exhorbitant prices. 1 will close
his with?it taunt bo admitted that con- 1
iderable advantage may be obtained by (
needy action in this matter?and an
hero is no possibility of loss to the city,
respectfully urge a careful consideraion,
as asked bv the Second Branch of
Very respectfully,
Frederic (Joodfellow.
llooub for playin' owto an organ
x Mketin'.?When the preachor cornea ;
i and neals down in the pulpit, pool out :
11 the htoppers. That's wot the stoper?
is for. When a him in gave out to
esung, play over the whole toon beforo
ingin', but he mire to play it ho they
an't tell whether its that toon or Rome !
ther toon. It will amooiio the people to
e?s. When you play the interlood,
ometinip* pull all the stoppers out and
ometimes put them all in. Play-the
nterlooils about twice an long an the toon,
'he interloodi* is the best part of the j
itmic and should be the longest. Play
rom the interloods into the toon, with*
ut letting them know when llto toon beinn.
Thin will teach them to mind their
iziiBKH. Alway play the interlooda faster
r slower than the toon. # This will keep
t frotn being the Hatne time aa the toon,
f the preacher gives out 5 virces.plny 4.
'ew many virce* is teejus. Dooring the
ermon go out of the church and come
ack in time fur the next toon. This
.'ill show you don't mean to be hard on
he preacher by having too many lutenin'
o him at wonst.
A .llcUiclue ol Ilauy 1'nck.
A medicine which remedies dyspepsia,
iver form bint, constipation, debility, inermittent
and remittent fever*, urinary
iml uterine troubles, depurates the blood,
ounteracU a tendeuoy lo rheumatism and
out, and relieves nervousness, may be
rulv Mid to have many uses. 8uch nu aricle
ia Hosteler's Hitters, ono of the mom
eliable alteratives of a disorderly to a well
rdered state of the system ever prepared
r sold. It has been over a quarter of a
enturjr before the publie, is eudoried by
iany eminent professors of the healing
rt, and its merits have received repeated
euognitions in tlio columns of leading
Liuerican and foreiirn journal*. It in Inch.
f esteemed in every part of this country,
nil is extensively used in South America,
lexico, tlx* British possessions nnd West
udies. If ils increasoiu public favor in
lie put ia to be regarded as n reliable crierion
of its gain in popularity in coming
ears, it has indeed a splendid future beore
it. cod
:!NANC1AI. AND COMMERCIAL
IIY TELEORAPJI.
New York Money ?u?l Ntochn.
Nrw York, June IG.?Mo.nky?Closes
-usyatlKa- per eent. Prime mercantile
wiper 3n4 per cent. Custom receipts $223,n>0.
The Assistant Treasurer disbursed
il-10,000. Clearings $13,000,000. The Brianniu
took out to-day $300,000 in gold coin
iiul $140,000 in silver bars. Sterling quiet,
ong 4.8", short'4.89^.
(ioi.D-Openeti at 10" and closud at 105%
ritli sales to-day at these figures, Borrowng
rates ln'Jal jVa2}$aXA and 1 per cent per
nnum and l-OI percent till Monday.
UovBUXMKKTtf? Cloiod ?trong. "
Initial HtaUt* 6? ot 1881, coupon*. 1 WU
Irt-TwonUwllHAM new ?.U0
'Ivo-TwonUt* (IW7) ?.mw:
^e-TwaiUw (1866).....^. .^.116^
'< ? FiVM ......lit
lew Four *ud a half* ...107%
rou-furliro (coupon!) 11/'<
lurrcacy HI**..........-........ ...... 122,4
Railroad Bonds?Firm.
STATH SB0URITIB8?Ouiei.
Stocks?The market nas been irregular.
It tho opening prices advanced ou a re*
mrt that the fu*t pasionger trains would
to taken of Mouday and fare to Chicago
>ut back to $22, but later the market defined
on a report that westward bound
reighta wero to be rcduood to water rate?,
fhicU aro loss than ode-half those now
:ljarged by rail. After midday thore was
l recovery, with the exoeption of coal
tocks, and the improvement continued
intil near the close, when priccu declined
i to per ctnt in the general list and IK
?ur cent in United States Express. New
fork Central fell off from 03 to 92J4, and
ales wero made at 90^a9l)%, ex-dividend,
jako Shore declined from 48% to 47%,
S'.W. pf. from 48?4 to 4CK,Rock Island from
>2ft to D2K, SL Paul from 20% to 1U&,
referred from 50J* to 50%,Western Union
rom60??to 60J4, Del. Lack. & Western
rom 34% to 33%, Delaware A Hudson
rom 2(i to 27J4( Morris & Essex from 5G to
uX, and U. H. Express from 46% to 45.
Some members of tne Governing Commituo
of the Stock Exchange arc maturing a
>lan far dealiug in government bonds for
loeonnt us consols are dealt in at London.
The transactions were 152,000 shares, of
vliich 11,500 were New York Central, 5,*
100 Lake Shore, 3,300 Northwestern pre*
erred, 0,500 ltock Island, 10,700 St. Paul,
1,500 Delaware 4 Hudson,197,000 Delaware,
.ackawanna & "Western, 5,600 Morris A
Sisex, and 23,300 Western Union.
iVntern Untou M>?| Northwestern com..|20%
Julcuilvcr - IStf I Northwestern rid... 4fill
Juloksllra pfd 2'2 INew Jereey Uutnil 7
I'wlflc MulL 19H Book ItUnd ......
Uartpow ~ -i St. P?ul IWZ
Mariposa preferred* 3 St. l*nul preferred... tO?
\daiua F.xpraa ?l |\Val)Mh~................
Weill, Fargo A Co- 87 Fort Wftjna MH
American 4GJ4 Terre Haute - 6
Uuited States ... 43 Ttrre Haute pfd~... 11
Now Yurk CeutntL 92%|Ohlo A MUslaalppi. 4
F.r1o 6 jChicagoA Alton...- ?
Brio prefcncd-~ 10 Chicago A AltonpfdlUO
Harleiu ..141 Delaware A Lueka... IMJ5
Harlem preluned.,,113 | A. A P. Telcguplu. It)
MlehJgiti Centml.... 3#% Mla-ouri Pacitio 1
Panama- 05 Hurllngton A Quln J0(1
Union l!aritl<ntuck- GO UanolFtal A St. Joe. Ux/t
l-?*ke Shore 4}J4 Onlral Pao. botxU.Uti
HB3S!?= ?$
C. C. C. x L.?.... 21 dtotlii Fund.... 97%
i'tllCQRO.
CitlOAUO, June 10.?Flour? Quiet and
unchanged. Wheat? AcUyq but lower,
No. 2 Chicago spring $147al 47>< caah,
$140iK Juno,$144^ July aiked A.ugu?t;
reieoted 95o. Corn?Fair demand hut at
lower prictt; 44J?o caah, 45*{o July,47J<c
Auguit. Oati?Firmar but not quotably
higher; 58Xo cMb, S8o July. Rye?Quiet)
but steady: 65c asked. Barley?Dull and
nominal. rork?Unsettled but cenemllvl
lower at $12 55*12 60 ctuh, $L3 60al2 62 Mi
J air, $12 72MM2 75 Aogu.t. Lard-Uniettled
but generally higher at $3 70 cuh,
$S73a8 77K July, $SWaSS7K Auguit.
Bulk Menu ? bteady and unchanged.
Whl?ky?Steady and unchanged.
Toledo,
Toledo. Juno 16.?Wheat?Firm; Np.l<
whito Michigan $1 ttfc estu while Michi-'
uao" $1 9,6; amber Michigan ipot $1 05;
No. 2 red ?pot $1 70; leller Julr (1 76;
No. 3 red $160; No. 2 amber $ 166. CornSteadier,
leller Juns 48^c; seller July
i'JKc; teller Auguit 51 We; rejected <!7o;
damaged 4QXc. Oata?Dull and nominal.
' Plttflburgti.
PrrraBUBOir, Jnno 16.-Petrolemn?
Steady: crude $2 00 at Parker's; refined
13KC| Philadelphia dellrery.
New York.
Niw You, June 10.?Coltira?Dull i
UXallJfo. Floor?Steady, with modem
talneia doing; No. 3, t3 50a5 00, aperflo
western ud ttato $5 "5?8 25, common t
good extra to 60a8 60, good to choice SO (
tt 75, whit? wheat extra $080a7 00, fane
?7 05a9 00 extra Ohio 16 SOal SO; St. Lou
$0 GoalO 25, Minueiota patent proeei
$7 76all 00. Wheat?Dull And aliglitly 1
buyori favor; No. 3 Chicago ipring nel
at $1 0.1, (1 goal 62 bid, No. 3 illlwauke
nominally $1 67al 88. No. 3 Uilwauke
SI 61. lire?Dull and hoary; western i
75a78o. Barley?Quiet and unehanget
Malt?Quiet but firm. Com?Quiet an
Rteady; poor 55a62o. ungraded 66a59c
steam mixed Wo, old weitern mixed 00<
Onta? Quiet and icarcelv no atroue: mixe
weitern and State 41a85o, white weatern di
4<Ja47c. liny?Unchanged. Ilopt?Nei
western 8alJc. Coffee? Firm ami In goodemand;
Itlo cargoes lfl^aMKe, gold
jobbing at 16??a22*ic,golil. Sugar?I'rim
lOJ^e, refined quiet at Il%al2^c. Mi
line*?Dull and unchanged. Bice?Quie
but firmer; Loulilana 6fic, Carolina Ca7c
Whiiky?Quiet at $1 Hal 11?*.
Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, June 16.?Cotton-8tead
at UXc. Flour?Quiet and itaady. Whed
?Heavy; red $176al 85. Corn?Quiet, bu
iteady at 48a50o. Oata?Quiet at 38a43c
Rye?Dull at 75c. Barley?Quiet and un
changed. Pork?Quiet at $13 25al3 fit
Lard?Quiet; ateam nominal; current mak
b*o bid, Keuii UH?10o. Bulk MeatsQuiet
bat lirm at ft C5a0 75*7 00; thei
prices asked; sales of short rib at $7 0C
buyer July. Bacon?Scarce and firm a
&Ka5?*a7J<a7&a8a8tfo. Butter -Quie
iud stuady. Linseed Oil?Steady at 72a73c
Whisky?Demand fair and market lirm a
II 07.
Iloas?Firm and unchauged.
Philadelphia.;
Philadelphia, Jane 10.?Floor? Quie
and firm; super $tt 25a6 50; extra $7 50a8 25
Minnesota family $8 75a9 25; Pennsylvauii
Family $8 75n9 25; high grades $i) 25al0 50
Wheat?Steady; Pennsylvania red $1 UUi
1 05; amber $L 05a2 05; white $2 05a2 10
Rye? 85a90c. Corn?In good demand; ycl
low ClaaClJ^c; mixed 00c. Oats?Good dc
mand at ,48a50c; mixed 47a49c; Pennsylva
nia 40a51c. Clover Seed?Nominally 18i
14c. Provisions ?Quiet. Pork ?$14 75)
15 00. Butter?Quiet aud unchanged
Cheese?Demand moderate. Kggs?Fail
demand; western at 17a18c. PetroleumUnsettled;
refined at 13J^o; crude at 9Kc
Whisky- Fair demand; western at $1 11.
Dry Good*.
Nkw Yokk, June 10.?Businees moder
ntu with packagehouses. Agents continui
to make liberal deliveries of heavy weight
wroolens to tho clothing trade. Browi
iheelingsand low grade blcached cottom
are well sold up anu firm. Prints in limitei
demand. Agents are securing orders foi
fancy worsted hosiery. .
~fOBTY YEABB BETOSK Ttt PCMJO.
DR. C. M9LANE'S
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
roa tii3 curb or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on presiiire;
sometimes tho pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for a rheumatism in the arm.
Tho r.fnmnrli is nfinrtrrl lncc/?f
appetite and sickness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes altcrnative
with lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgenerally aconsiderable loss
ofmemory.accotnpanicdwithapainful
sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes
an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
iprickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits arc low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms
attend the disease, but cases
hare occurred where few of them ex-,
istcd, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
?> AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr, C. MVLank's Liver Pills,
in cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory
n #.> lir
tvj VI *?UCi \?UtiUUt*. ?VC
would advise all V'lio arc afflicted
with this disease to give them a
fair trul.
For all Bilious derangements, and
#3 a simple purgative, they arc unequaled.
beware of imitations.'
The genuine Dr. C. MSLane's
Liver Pills arc never sugar coatcd.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine JWLane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
M'.:Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
wrappers.
#?r Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. M?i,ane's Liver Pills, prepared
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
??.?? vuumty aiuicKtxpurs generally.
To thoie wishing to rive D*. C. M?Lanb's
Lxvsa Pills a trial, we will mailt>o?t paid to any
Crt of the United States, one box of Pills foi
enty-6ve cents.
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa,
SHIELDS HOUSE,
No.7 Sixth St.,near Suiptnilon Bridge
PITTSBURGH, PA.
W. H. STAHLMAN, . . Proprletoi
Thla llouso has recently been thoroughly rani
rated mid refitted, with all the modern improvi
mentaadded, Ladle* end Families will find tl:
House suited In orery way to t&elr wants. Prlvui
entrant*, Parlors, Ac.
It la located In ooo of the most prominent atreol
In the business centre of the city, and Is well vet
Ulated throughout.
The table iimtpplled with the heat the markt
affords. Street cars rasa the door erery tow mle
utos ior all parts of tho city, Allegheny, Mancbe
tv/. nnd South-aide.
Tho proprietor has amed a long Unto In tli
huiineiH, aud kuowa writ the wants of guests, eapi
dally those ol our farmars. lutes rery modem
enly
H1.CO PER DAY.
.i*''? * ID,1 should hear In mind thi
the Stabling atttchfti to the Home Is very Un
ami of the best order. Accommodations for 61
horses.
***N. B.-The Wheeling IjrntLunMCM Is r
celjred regularly at this IIoum for the benefit i
uej* from that aectlnu. felG-M
JOSEPH H. HAUK.
ihiii uinupv ornPifT uiuppi inn
4i4 annKKi omtti, nnttuinui
Re|?lrtr of til klnda of Sewing Machine*, at
Afor th? Light Running
DOMESTIC 8EWINO MACniKES.
Oil, Nwdiaa tod Attachments ?p25
JUNE FURNITURE,
I tnw nrrrmt mt miovr/'ts i, urDDnn
"?vu VVttKIVIW H l*i?nus
e. eomdxdson h s0n8,
139 Liberty 9nid, Pittsiiokuu, Pa
no7
DRUCCHT8.
Poison! Poison!]
?
J POTATO BOO POISON, pure untl lure,
" for ule bjr
? LOGAN, LI8T & CO. d.
J
?t An Ohio 'Merchant
J Writes u>: "My customers say I must keep
j? LOGAN, LIST A C0'8 EXCELBIOB
ii BAKING POKDEB, They won't buy any "i
? other kind." It ii unquestionably the bent tl
J Baking Powder in the market Sold by
}. the best Dealers, everywhere.
e
! Your Horses & Cattle
Neod attention nowand then, llicro ii ?
no better Remedy in the market than j
f FRENCH CONDITION POWDER.
1 Bold by
.. roy26?daw LOGAN, UgT A CO.
The greatest medicine op the i
AGE! *
0 A
\ Kraft's DianhoeaCompomid!
' UNItqUALKD BY ANY OTIIKB HIKPAB1- ?
| T1UN IS TUK WOULD lor lb. cut. ol .
Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Flux,
Cholera Mnrhtio
i Summer Complaint,&c.
In unWeraal umi for FIFTREN YUARK! ?
HAD NEVKB FAILED IN A 8INUL11 CASE. f
KEEP IT IN YOUR HOUSE, V
TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU 1 RAVEL I
Bold with a guarcnteo-WO CURB, NO PAY t
He? Certiorate*, from prominent cltlaenaof tlili
and other State*.
For aalo bj all Drug|Uta and Dcalcra In Mcdl- ,
L'lut'fl, ut OOu jK?r Iluttlu. ?
R. A. McCABE & CO., }
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
WHEELING, W. VA., 1,1
myU HOLK 1'HOPRIKTORH.
\ MJMHS GET_THE BEST!j
REED'S
COUCH RYRIIPl
Do Not Neglect a Cold However Slight. \
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., uno 01
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!. There
Is no Preparation equal to it Try ^
it and he convinced.
KEMF.MBF.R! Ahk for "kkrd's Couoti
Syrup," and ho aur? you get it. N?
PRICK 25 CBNT8 PER DOTTLE. ~
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
WlIKRLING, W. VA.
ftnr ll uv AIT urn r rut m
? . U1.U vuuiiiAH jij iual>I\,nma. ui
my 12
'
The Healthiest ot us ire UibU to hbttruciloniln
tlio bowel*. Don't neglect them. It li not uecea arr
to outnutc tbc {alato with imuwons driiRi) In
auen caw*. The most eflectlte laxatlro known Is j
TaIIRIKI'R hppkdvescknt hKLlZKU Al'lIRlRNT, ,
and it Is aluo the most nurooaliln. It* operation In M
soothing, cooling, palnloi. fold by all drugitUtn. ?
(CCi week In your own town. Terms and $5
v>00 outfit free. U. 1U1.I.RTT .V CO., ~
I'ortlnnd, Maine.
? K K o C"77 " w?>k to AgenU. BIO Outfit Frtt. I
^ J J >- ^/ / p. p. VICKEIIY, Au<uata,Me. *
GEORGE PAGE & CO., J
Nj. 6 N. SCHROEDER ST? BALTIMORE, MD.
Patent Portable and Stationary Engines, >
Patent Circular Saw Mills. Oang, Mulcy and Sash
Mills, Gr 1st and Flour Mills. Water Wheels, Shingle,
Barrel and Woodworking Machinery, Tanlte Emery
Wheels and Grinders, Saws, Mill Supplies, Ac., Ac. ^
BEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE* A|
CIO a day nt homn. Agents wanted., Outfit ami ^
yl^ tcroia free- TROh A 00., Augustn, Maine. ^
THE BLACK HILLS,
By H. N. HioirtaK, who hu ipent 12 ream In
this ronton. Latent account! o! Uold and tilltcr 4
prospcrig, Agricultural and (Inning resources, CM*
inste, Hunting, Fishing. Indians, Bud Settlers' ad- n
Tenturw with thorn, Mining aud Wild Western U1
Life, the WaUrtalls, Boiling uejrscre, noblo Bcene- \f\
ry, immense Oorgiw, etc. With '27 fine Illustrations
and new msp. trie# ONLY 10 CENTS. Hold by Ot
all Kkwudealkmr. or sent post-paid fur 12 rants
by DONNELLEY, LOYO A CO., PUBLISHEIS, CHICAPO.
ILL
Oft Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name, 10 els.,
AO poat-pnld. 1- JONEH A CO., Nsmau, N. Y.
(fcc COfl per d?y at homo. Bamplea worth T
v3I0 4?ZUJJlreu> Hiinsok ACo., l'urtland, tl
Maine.
MOST
ETYTD AHDHIM ADV
la i ununuiiinn i
TERMS OF ADVERTI8IN0
IKK OVFKRID FOB NKWSPAFEBS IN TUK 3TA1K OF p
WEST VIRGINIA.
Send for Hit of papers and acfaedale of rates. Ad- ^
dmaUKO. P. ROWKLLA lU.Advfrthlng ARcntit.
No. 41 l*?rk Row, New York. Htftr to Jidiloroj
Ihit Papn. Jel-fodAw
LEA & PERRINS' ^
CELEBRATED ? U
PBONOUNCfcD BY jga EXTRACT
8?3 nf a letter from a _
CONNOISSEURS \Wj MEDICAL OEN- D
B4 1LKMAN at MadTOllETlIE
Bf ra? to his brother at
4 WORCESTER,
"ONLY ,M.ri,a a B
<5Allf?F? PERRINS that
oAUOt, lp.?C7U <helr Sauc? in hl?b- |
Anil ajipllaliltilo fc-fftffife L
,, EVERY VARIETy||S? 3S8& SVSfS
III.* mull nSrm iheiuoitwholewuui
OF DISH. BgK': s,uc, lhat ,, _
made." /
WORCESTERSHIRE' ICE, t
0
?- TREMIUM AWARDED AT CENTENNIAL for {j
' 1st. "Exoellent Taste." o
I 2d. "Very Carefully Prepared." T
;; / ? ??> . 1
cpl
in ' ' >
J SIOKATUBE OS EVEKYJBomg. %
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, "
" 'I^-M mw Tom.
" THE HYCEIA HOTEL,
i; OLD POINT COMFORT, V*.
?' Sltu.t?l within 100 jar-Jj ol Fort Jlonrt.i Oi?n
_ all the jm. 8|?oUl MtlltUoiu lor 111 tumor, with
Wit opacity for too ninu. llu til rnodarn
tuipromnfOta. Six J.l[j nulla anil lelaaraph
otlice. Fl(U?n to twenty Aratalua iteanirn land
dtUyJixctpt SundiT). iflo j?rdifroui tha door.
. Wowrlor Unrh for taiMng at duar at?na >n.i ?,-?i
IU from May until November. Boating, tbhlmrand
drltlng racially attraotlte Head (or circular de crtblng
hygienic advantagee. terma, Ac.
mytt H. PHOEBUS. Prop.
" Q5 CENTS.
v 1 lii re rcffWed a Urgo wirtment of
BBACKETS, WALL rOCKET8 AND TABLES,
. Which I will tell .at KLset j.fl ve Ceota.
JOHN FBIEDKL
ft 1190 Main fit.
PROFESSIONAL CARD8. I
^OBEBT WHITE, "
ATTORNEY AT LAW, |
wauuiiu, w. va.
Orrlc*?A(tonM)r Gpncnl'i 0?c>( Capitol.
nyW
^ B. C ALDWELL,
Attorney at Lair,
1320 ClIAFUKK 8T.
Practlcea in all Conrta. apjO '
JUI1H J. JAl'UU,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1
Ofllcc in People's Vouk Bnlldlng, corner
[ Main and Twelfth itreeta. ap6
f DALLABEWINQ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ?
No. 64 Twelfth St.,
defl WHEELIMQ, W. YA. *
jy J. W. COWDKN,
Lttoriioy at Law.
offlci!-No. 1232 Chaplin* St.,
WHEELING, W. VA. c
Prompt nttcutlon to all bturinen fnlruitwl to my ~
tu. fe7_ |
^ xi. fuuiikaw, j
Attorney at Law, |
1220 Chapukb BTRBRT,
WliF.ELINO, W. VA. C
1 C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, C
q??icb-No. M Pot?tik>th Br.
W1IKBUNO, W. VA. T
Office Hotiri-8 to 10 A. M. 1 to 8 r. if. do3
yiLUAM ERSKINE,
Lttoruoy at Law. I
Offlwof the lata C.W. H. Allison, Ma. 1140Chap- .
loatrcet, Whittling, W. Va. A
Will practice )u the SUta anil Fedora) Courts.
BENJAMIN B. ALLISON, NOTAIT FCBUC.
Ufflce ai aboTB. dflfl p
yiLLIAM PHILIPS, T
ntloa of thePiaoofcRoilEiUta Agent, [ '
No, 60 Twelfth Sr., Whwujho. ^
luiitTuoni oi ui kmcm motio and procecdi
oniptly remitted. )a3 u
yM. H. HEABNE,
y 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
fllce with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up stairs.
auSO _ _
JANIKL LAM B,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1
). 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank,) -*
Ie4 Wheeling, W. Va. 1
1 J. HUGUS,
Attorney at Law.
fkt 71 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W, Va. I
Practice? In tlii? ?f OMa \r?i?J..ii
d^Tyler counties, W. Va. ' novl7
\ A N I E L PECK,
' f
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
.404 Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
INCH A THOMPSON,
J A
ATT0RN.EY3 AT LAW,
1208 Chapunk Bthkjet.
Room No. 1 Odd Fellowa' Building?up lUlra. |
urM
GROCERIES.
ARQF.ST STOCK IN THE CITY AT N
J os.
Speidel & Co's,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, J
B
Bell the celebrated VIENNA FLOUR,
e belt Flour la the market. Alio, Bole
;enU for GUIDINQ STAR and PIKEIX,
miule by Ralston, Hall & Co.
very Barrel of Flour Warranted. H
HEADQUARTERS FOB L
GROCERIES 1
[ all kiuds, at Wholesale only. Merchants I
ill find It to their advantage to oxaralne f.
ir stock before purchasing elsewhere. 11
1416 Mali & 1417 South Street*, ?
DOUBLE IRON FRONT.
je-j If
'Satin Gloss" Flour. o
? (t
We are constantly receiving thin ^
ELEBRATED FLOUR, f
(IP riMPttn 1 ?_??a -1 11
niiiwi mill iiiioi ever inirmr.iccu i
into thin market. *
r
rHE WAR EXCITEMENT [
as causcd an advance and all Flour In dear.
on't Waits Your Money Upon
Inferior Brands.
UY THK I1F.3T-T1IE SATIN ULOSS. _
.ist, Davenport & Parks,'
SOLE AGENTS. I
ap23
^IIEAP GROCERIES?
J U
YOU CAM BUY 4
ne It). Ex. Young Hjroon Tea for 40c.
mo lb. uooil Gunpowder Tm for 60c.
uo lb. ue*t Ounpowdor Ti* for 90c, ?
ne Hi. W?t Japan Tea for ..... ..80c. _
no in. guou japan ac? lor .. 60c. S
ne lb. beat Ooiotg Toa for JOc. "
ne lb. booJ Oolong Tea for...^. 60c.
xrcnty llw Rice for.......... J1 00
PEARL MEAL, CORN BYKUP,
nd *11 kinds of Oroeerles at tho lowcat uirket c
prices, at
J. W. BABTON'g, !
151 and 2253 lUxxR Bt., Cnrru Wusbumo.
S
f WESTON'S
DIFFERENTIAL J
Pulley Blocks
AUO MOW* AS j
Doyle's, Hill's ind Bird's.
makchctumd wrcLcaiv*- ^
LT DT THE
fiaiB LOCK MTg. uo.
linir b. to was, Pm.
STAMFORD, CONN, <;
Hold (be Load impended ?t i
EnibleonecJuitodotbework ^
Jel-eod"OUrCrflTfc C
ITOVEt * HARDWARE.
[be Cheapest, (
The Best,
The Largest1
u
DOOK STOVE
In the Mftrkat li the CtlebnM
VALLEY STAR.:
ol
BENJAMIN FISHER, P
5'1'AK *UUJNDKI.
A great variety of other Cook 8tovca alrayionhand.
^fr-AUStovee guaranteed. 1?
r<
Marbellzed Iron and Slate Hinteli.
Freistone and 8lite Hearths, &o.
I
Call, examine and aee prices before pur
5JM_
^ F. CALDWELL ?
V
Rarble, Slate & Iron Mantles, >
tl
ommon Gratea, Tile and all kinds of *
Terra Cotta goods. ot
lilvinlzed Iron Work and Tin 3
Roofing,
OGETHEB WITH A COMPLETE AS
80RTMEHT OF
1
;UUKINti STUVES
nd House Furnishing Goods. We call
special attention to the
eeriest Radiator Shaking Grate.
he most complete Grate in the market
; oan be seen in operation in Mr. Frank Q
oen's fine residence on the Island. Call
id examine,
1507, 1509 A 1511 Main Ntrert,
ear B. A O. It. It. Depot. inrO
v RE YOU GOING TO MOVE?
1 \\
Don't You Want a
MewCookStove?
he BEST and CHEAPEST BT0VE3 IN r
THE MARKET can be found at |
Vo. 14fiB Main St.
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON o
AND OTHER d,
rirst-Class Stoves,"
Cad now be bought Cheaper than over
before. fr'
LL STOVES WARRANTED TO PLBASR 1
P.
Don't fail to call and see our stock here
purchasing.
OSEPH BELL & CO.
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
V. 11447 auin oi,, nitBBUAU, t>. VA. H
an2 n
10HN CLARK. Jr.
tfc GO'S
Best Six-Cord s
mm- n
3LACKflfflyffiSj
i PQQL1r!WiiiiT0
THOMAS RUSSELL," PJ
SOLE AGENT. S
ibtainod a DIPLOMA for a
it* n "
ttAueiieime m t>oior, G
Quality and Finish."
WHICH IS THE 0 Tl
HGrHEST AWARD
kCA.VrttD TO SPOOL COTTON AT IJ
INTIHUL EXHIBITION.
I
np2-dA?r
SIMPSON'S """ J
.ivery & Feed Stables
Owing to the Grant Uoum fire, I Lit# rciuoveJ
> the
Control Hotel Stnblos,
OPPOSITE B. 4 O. B. B. DEPOT, 0
fhere I will bo pleued to wo all my cuitomen
nil tbo public generally. With u?y new itoekaml
rat*clau turoouU I am prepared to anawer all oalli
HIMKIW1IJ.
PONY PIIAETON.?I hare a lkak?t Phatton,
ulUbla for ladloa and children.
8TYLIHH DRIVING WAGONS-For commerI>1
traveler*, Ac. ?
LANPAUd, OMNIBU68FA dc.?Elf*ant Lan ni
and Banncbea, lor weddlnga, abopplogi, Ac.
Irit-dau tea ma, and all the requliltea ol
First-Clown ?ttal>len. 8
pedal attention to feeding and boarding hone*,Ac.
PRICES LOW.
My frlendi art eepodally InTlted to call at my C
?w8Ubl?, where, notwltbitandlng ray loan* by
rt, I an prepared, eren better thau In fore, to furlah
livery to all.
or. F. SIMPSON.
apft-wi
YOU WANT
FBE8H ROASTED
>LD GOV. JAVA,
YELLOW BIO,
MABACAIBO, or
LAGUAYRA c
COFFEHS,
io to THOBPBN * BROS1.
PINEAPPLE CHEESE, LUNCH HAM
and Tongue, Cliow Chow, Canned Sal- 0
aon, Lobiter, 4c. p
Je9 THOBURN A BEO:
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
lommunication to Gentlemen
FROM
H. LINGEIM,
Merchant Tailor.
Determining to olose out my entire stock <
f GENT8' FDENIBHINO GOODS, for
to purpose of discontinuing tlmt branch
t my business, I therefore offer to the
ubllo my entire stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
This is done for the reason that my purged
Merchant Tailoring Custom Trade
iqulrei my undivided attention.
lerthant Tailoring Department.
Having recoived mjr whoio Hock ol
PEINO tad SUMMEK WOOLENS, *c?
am prepared to make op La measure all
roolCaulmero SoitlnjH from $1800npardi.
With a large itock of tlio most darablo
gooda on Land and faallitiea for
irning out the molt Fashionable Clothing,
oan gnarnnteo pcrfect satisfaction to all
litoncra. Give mo a call.
el. lusto-eust,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
ny2B 1230 Market Nl.
fhos. Hughes & Co.
MERCHANT TftlLORS,
orner Twelfth and Wator Streets,
WHEELING, w. VA.
re are receiving additions daily to our
already large and attractive stocft of
ORSHEDS,
CLOTHS,
OA8S1MERE3, and
ientlemen's Furnishing Goods,
FOR SPRING A SUMMER WEAR,
nd beliete vie can offer superior induce*
lothlng Made in a First-Class Manner.
We will hereafter wake the following
acount to CA8II and PROMPT PAYfG
CUSTOMERS:
Six per CKNT off if paid in 10 day?.
Fivh pbr cknt off if paid in 30 daya,
am data of delivery of clotlica.
VTPLKASB BXA3TISB OUR STOCK AND
RICES.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
nivlO
J.H.STALLMAN &C0.,
nerchant Tailors!
We are constantly receiving
NEW GOODS,
VOR TIIK
pring and Summer Trade
ail nlwnyg keep one of the LARGEST
AND BE8T 8ELECTED STOCKM
OF GOODS in the city.
ill the NEW STYLES
?OP?
lain, Stripe and Plaid Suitings,
lagonal and Basket Worsteds,
lain and Fanoy Pantaloon Goods,
pring Overcoatings.
ad nil goods usunliy found in ntirut-claM
tublidhuient. A fit line of
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Always in atore.
HE BEST PLACE TO BUY HHIKT8
in the city,*
/HfCall and look nt our good*.
o. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
myl
Mew Goods!
SPRING and SUMMER
C. HESS & SON,
Merchant Tailors,
CO*. 14th AND MAIN 8T8.
IllVfl Inat rAM?iv*ft Ihnl* Uh.? nil kl.mit
took of Goods tor
PRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Embracing all aew dcalgai of
llothi,
Cmimerei.
Vestings,
Suitings, and
Spring Overooitingi,
Which will be made up ia the Best Style,
FULL LINE OF
IENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITE tHIMTB MJUJM TO CEDBE,
We invite the publio to call and examine
nr itock. feeling assured we can offer on*
erlor inducement.
mrl7 C. HE88 & BON.
TRANSPORTATION.
gAWIMoiF^OnioiuLHOABCO
ISBSfiDBSHl
BHtrtr^w w
I On anil after Mar 14, 1877, Puwager Trahu wtl 1
| Ita v aa followa-WhwUng Tlma: ^
I No.?. Ma. 7* No.'l. No?S?
KitT'BOcyp. dally. dally.
,?u*tft- a.m. a.m. r. M. a.m.
Wbwllof mmmm ... 140 ia.J5 1? 1M
Arrive* at? p.m. t. M.
Ortlton... ? * 9,06 1:15 10:M ?il?
? r. m. a. m ....
Jbwr^H-M, 12:88 7:06 1:61
gunlwland............. 1-45 ?;tf> 1:4ft
MarUnabun.j.. 4:80 fcio HMMM.
Waahlngton City-. 7:70 7:80
Baltlmoie s? 8:09
... A. m p. m.
PhlWoIphla... 8:08 ..<mw 1:48
NewTork 8:26 6,00
*l>ally of |?t Sunday.
No. 7 atoj* at all HUUoua between Wheeling and
Cumberland; No. 48 atopa at all Htatlona bilwetn
Whittling and Qrtlton.
"SoTE No. 10.
vr KIT-no PSD. dally. No.l* dally.
I Leave Wheeling 7:40a.m 110P.M 148 p. M
| Arrive at?
Zanwvllie 11:80 8:?? ' 106 am
Newark ............... l-.Np.il 10.00 " 118 '
Columbua 8.00 " 6:00 M
I Handuaky 188 " 110 "
IHyton... .... 780 " 1:85 p.m
UndonaU ? 8:00" 10:80 a.m
l-oulavllo......... 12:88 AM ?... 7:48 r.M
lndltnaiolla - 11:28 PM 12:40 '
W. Louis ....... 8.00a.M 101 "
rj.lr.rn a.nnu - "
"ihitly Bxctpt Sunday. ""
, No?. 8 and 16 uikecloae connection atColuiabua
for ?1 pointeftutb miI Moutb??l; at Chl**o tor
all polnta Wrat and North?mU
? fcS!5:.b0.u?dJ.rmla" m,k* ??nB Baltimore
for Philadelphia, New York and,Boalcn. At Waahiiigton
City tor all point* Houih.
, n?.,nuke d,rcct wnnertloni tor
allprtncf|wl polnta West and Nerthweel
Pullman Adacc can on all night tralni.
WHEELING, TITTH. AND IiALTIHOKH DIV.
Laarea dally- Antne dally at
wheeling fcfo a. in. Waahlngt'n.pA.lisOS a.w
5:25 p. ui. 7:10 o.m
Excrpt Sunday. 'Except Sunday.
Tlcketa to all principal polnta on tale at Depot.
Office opon at nil hour* during the day.
? THOS. It BIIABr,
H. T. DEVR.KH,
CltvE,S?liKS"a
t On and alter Slay ttlh. 1877, Tralna will run
'daily (except Sunday) ai follows, ?ta:
| accom. | mail. { ?umi
t.KAYK.
llflllalre..... 6:55 A.m 1/1:20 A.m. 3 10 p.m.
Bridgeport .... 0:01 " 10;30 ' 8:20
Martin's Ferry... 6:13 ' 11:I? 3.27 "
I La Grange <14# " 11:62 100
BU'ubanvUlo...... 7:CT. " 12:09 P.M. 4:111 WelliTllle
.... 8:20 " 1:35 8:30
Kochejlor........... MQ ? 2,30 M 0.40 "
arh1vb.
Pittsburgh-...*... 10:38 " 3:40 ? 7:45 ?
Altoonn..... 6:55 P.m. 9:10 ? 12.05 k.U.
llurrlsburg......... 1Q.53 " 2:40 a.m. 3:50 M
Baltimore, 7:ir? 7:45
Washington.. .... 9:12 ' 9:12 "
Philadelphia 3.00 a.m. 7:00 ? 7:35
New York 6:85 ' 1015 " 10:85 "
ttifeiton -.. 4:45 P.m. 8.80 P.m. 8:30 P.m.
?rr1vjl
Alliance 10:57 a.m. 5:10 p
Ravenna 11:58 "
Hudson...-12:?0 p.m. 6:24
Cleveland- 1:45 " 7.30 " ......
ahkivu.
Ft. Wujruu 11:15 " 2 M a.m.
Chicago,.. &H0 a.m. 8:00 " .......
Strubcmillla Accomvuxlati>r?? Leave* Uellalro at
1:40 i>. in.; Bridgeport it 4:55; aud arrive* nt Steubenvllleat
45:15 p. iu.
I .wives McuU-nvillo nt 7:45 n. iu.; arrives at
Bridgeport at 8:M a. ni.
s, (vlul accommodation trains leave IkOlalre at
9 30 h. in. and 12:15 p. in.: Bridgeport at 0:?fi a. m.
aud 1:00 p. iu ; arrivo at Martin's Kerry 9:65 a. m.
and 1:10 p. in. Returning leave Martin's Ferry it
11:25 a. in. and 3:30 p. m.: Bridgeport 11:35 a. in.
and 3:10 p. ui.; atrivc at Bcllnlr# ill 11:60 a. m. aud
3:65 p in.
Tickets to oil principal jiolnta In tho Rut and
Wmt can Ui procured at the Union Ticket OlUct,
McLure lJou#e, and at Ufa' station at Bridgeport.
F. 1U MYKK*.
wy2!> fioncrnl Pawcngor and Ticket Agent.
PITT^BUIKH!, CINCINNATI A HT. LOUIS
UKlLY/AY?PAff-JfAffVLB ROUTK
Tbo Direct Llue to the Northwest, West and
t South wOBt.
CONPfcNSKD TIME CARD.
Taking cOoct llnjr SO, 1877.
To tl* H'?u< and Sbuth (rl> Zanwrlllo).
Fust Fad tic
Lino. Ex. Accoiu'n
I.o?TO ZiuwvIIIb. 8'00A.m 2 ROP.M
ArlTt- Lancaster...^... 9:5? ' ' .....
Clrclerllle 10:00 ft;!8 '
Washington 11*7 " 7:15" 7-2Sa.m
WilmlngUm 12:IWi\li 8:21
Morrow 1:38 " ...... ?;1B "
Cincinnati.. 3:10 " ? 10:8ft "
To the HVj/ and fionth (rla Colutnbut).
Fast Fao'fc Cm.
I.lne. Ex. Et. llnll.
Ixave? p. m. a. m. p. u. a. m.
Pittsburgh 11:35 8:30 3:40 7:05
A. N.
Stfubonrllle 103 10:07 0:15 9:20
Ucuciwn 2:15 :i:55 H.6V 11:3ft
? t. M. P. M.
Newark 5:00 a.17 11:SB 7.25
? . . *'"
Columbua 025 SiSO 1:00 10;00
Arrlte?
London .. 7:20 *48 fi05 11:00
Xtnta 8:20 8:42 8:1ft 12)15
1'ajrtoD (fc'O MB
Cincinnati 11:85 B:00 OU 3(10
A. II.
toiiHTlllo ..... 12:35 II M 7:15
To the Wat and Norlhvetl ( ! Colarabni).
F?rt Ind. Pae'fc Cb'go.
IJne. Ex. Ex. Kx.
I*aT.?- A. M. A. V. P. M P. M.
Columbua .... 0:3. 10.00 9:60 0:40
Arrivo? p. u.
8:01 ......... ftCi 7:40
" IW 0.0; 0.40 11:02
Richmond ...... 10:?fl 8:15 8.30 ....
I'. M.
IndI*n?iioHi... 12:35 flcl5 11:25 ....
, , A. M. A. U.
St. Loull 8:00 *80
Loganiport 4 00 3:01 8;00
Chicago 8.80 ...^. 7:50 7:t0
n?_Pullman Drawing Boom and 81f*plng ran
from otcuhonvlllw and Columbus through without
change to Cincinnati. Loulirlllo, Indianapolis and
61. Louis, and from Columbua to Chicago.
The pluasure seeker or thoM asking Jlomu in
tht IIett, should call on or addma the undersign*!
for through timetables, map*. land rlrculanand
further Information. W. L. O'BUIBN.
Oen'l puaoDgpr and Ticket Agent, No. 210 lll^b
street, Columbus, Ohio. myl7
TUH'S PILLS
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A dlstlnRnishei physician of New York says:
It is astonishing how nnlveraily Dr. Tutt's
PiUs are used. In my dally rounds, 1 hear of
them not only anions the poor, but their virtue*
arc heralded from the mansion# of the wealthy
nnd refined. Knowing tho Inventor from lus
long; connection w'*h medical profaaainn, 1
have great confidence In their merits, and of late
havo often prescribed them with tho happiest
results in caaca where I dealrcd to make a decided
impression on the liver." ?. Jt
tutt'sptllss
CURE 8ICK HEADACHE. a*iMn? thirty
tutt's pills eh: ;
CPM ptTgistt. STi'e^
tutt's pills ag
curb constipation. KM that th?r
Turn pills gp
curb piles. 1 'Tj ' ,n"
tutfspills|gi
cure fever and aous. htilerfott!
xn1no.pdr
tutt's pills m
curd biliouo coua ?,?? air
' 1 withy m?umtutt's
pills#:;:
cure kidney complaint, wk.n at a??
tutt'spills isg
curb torpid liver. tureaoxlTal
tutt'spills s/k
ihtart appetite. new vokk.
j D. I'EAQKB,
rnHO I lUML UtUUKMIUtt,
Of Churches, Halls, Stores noil Dwelling!
in Fresco auil Plain Paper Hanging,
No. 43 12th St, WHEELING, W. VA.
my24
IJNDEBTAKIKO.
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AMI 8IZB.
COKP8BJ CHEMICALLY FREaKKVED.
Cklla answered at all boors from tb? Store.
WM. ZINK & SON,

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