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

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unr rl?k, In Draft* ?,r Fcetofflfe Money Ordm.and fro
? here iwlthei of the* ?*n U: |>Tucurcd, auid the rca
iui.ni'7 In * Itfjjlitcttd l*tt?T. gel
IIIH JNTELMOF.NCKU will prwnt daily the efl'<
no?i In all detriment*, from all <|Uartm of 'pj,
iIih world, u well a? a touij'ltte ricord uf local
evi-Mts. "
i IIK WEEKLY lo r''ntr'' on Thuraday, and can hai
had at ibr counter. In fold Hi*elup<* rredjr .
for mailing. o*'*n la ropy< lo alttnl/riendi
niH rfwiirw ??' "?"* nm
i ihMMRKIHI?drtrUu J" My tl?o , .
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r.m.ltfOCfS in th.- rljjruid iul.urhii.ctn I* otr
..oid by their addrtm at Cbuntlng Wi,
({ Mini, u i.y drop letter through the poatofflcv. .. '
Id ( OM'IUIU!TO?.u.-Uo attention will be paid 11,6
to [tiH iiyiui.u* iotiimunlcfttlon?; ctery article cri
i,nut in- accoui|?nied by (be writer'a real name Afl
n<i<l aildivM. _ oth
J! I'll I.'Ilrrt /<>r in ihnuhl be ttJibrttrJ "Frut 1 C
,i ninl thiruhl in no ttuf I# aihtmirdlo n
, r Hutu iiti/nl number of Iht firm by nat/if,
ll ?J All
- in!
Ki'liKions Drill iiutl DIMCUNKIUII. KO
At llio fourth lyncxl of the Old Catholic*,
which wnx held recently at Bonrii
important work wan done in the revision J
of the tninBal, particularly bjr the reform
of the main Her vice, so that the wholo ?yn- ,,j|(
?.f inaM-mongorinK in swept away, private ?
in:wrtc?, paid uiajne*, Holitury niajuws are ,na
all abolished, and the iiua'a bccome* a i,...
congregational eucharistic service. From j!IKl
this follows the abolition of stipendiary j|1(,
masses, and of endowment for masses, ref,
nml for the first of these point* the Rynod .,i?
resolved that nil gift* for church purpose*,
to which conditions of service were at* UIM
Inched, could only he accepted after con- |lo,
filiation with the bishop and council. to
l-'ur the latter point the synod was in this wj(
dilliculty?that benefices already in the tju,
hands, or that might fall into the hands jj0
of Old Catholics, were endowed on tho nm
condition that mass should he said at ccr- |?r,
lain times. The synod resolved that all
such mass endowments idioutd he brought luo
into harmony with the principles enun- f?|
ciated respecting the mass, that any incumbcnt
whose benefice was saddled with |,0f
such conditions should take counsel with yet
the bishop, and that mass should bo said l0
at the determined time*, if members of C!U
the founder's family were present, and tju
s|K?cial prayer be oliered for the founder jCH
or benefactor. This is a largo step toward
Protestant independence. (
The hedging of "evangelicals'' on the Jo
subject of Moody, since his strange out* I'r
breaks of bigotry, continues to be notice* 'ol
Iauie. uno oi the more outspoken utter- u"
ancefl Im n letter from Dr. Loriiuer of tho jj^
Tremont temple in Boston to a Chicago pgC
piper, in which he says that the plan for ten
Moody's and Sankey a return next ?ca- spe
son, with other imported evangelists, is ha?
fir from receiving general approval, f'li
The ministera "are tired of the drain hui
uiado upon mime of their congregations tow
lo till the itnmeVe building at the South tho
end; they fear that steady church-going tlii.
habits are imperiled by a mingled lovo of a
new things and of excitement, and they Ice1
do not cee that increase in church at- Mr
tendance to warrant the expectation that am
the deserted places can ho crowded or the
decently filled by the interest felt in the wit
j?rent evangelist." "Certainly they do am
ml like the appearance of plana which the
contemplate putting Mr. Moody at the of t
lieiul ot the spiritual affairs at Boston, nay
for them to be manipulated by him bet
through his subordinates. Chicago uiay St.
desire a bishop, Boston does not." Th
Tho increased powers of the Jesuits in !a
this country are observed with triumph- Jjj?
uit tones by the Boston Pilot, which savs : ,j()
ii, a* it iiui'iiv wmcr jiui? un, tuv miviu ui(
ami most effective weapon in the service he;
<>f thechurch militant is the Jesuit, Cuth- tuc
olicity in the United Stated it* t<> be con*
Kratulated on its increase. ty'ithin a few *P*
monthh the Btbp* of the Order have been
note-worthy. They have, by request, un- hii:
lertaken a parish anil college in Provi- the
lence, K. I., the charge of the cathedral ?*t
in Detroit, Mich., a minion house in ^?t
Hoston, and a variety of work* in other '1
places. Those who. nay that the Jesuit otli
order i* foreign to'the Republic should '-'lu
remember that it was tho Jesuit Father bu
Marquette, whose bone* have just been i
discovered, that explored the Mississippi;
anil that while the Methodists and other
H'ctarie* were doing their utmost against '
theclalms of the United States [when anil 1
how?] the Jesuit Father Carroll was ton
laboring on a national commission with (jh
Benjamin Franklin to secure allies for ,MH
the niruggling Republic."
The position of the Uaptint trustees of ar(
the estate granted by Henutor Douglass jrQ
far the establishment of a University at ?j,
Chicago, on the subject'of the mortgage t|?
upon it, is emphatically repudiated by In
the Baptist paper?. They propose to wit
jiluad that the mortgage waa nn illegal die
:jpt, invalid and impossible tu ioreolone', In
him the insurance company which-hold* "?<:
tin- mortgago linn no resource except to ?ev
w lit. The groun !h for averting the ille- e'K
Kality ?>f tile mortgage nrc, that the tnts- ur<
teiM ill a public charity can't do nnvthing the
which jeopard* tin* perpetuity of the net ten
"t foundation, ami any such action of the
tluirs i? null ami vo'nl. The IJapti't na* H(>"
per* are honest, and declare that, u\Ve ted
o.in all't?rd to surrender all rights in the In
institution sooner than we can ntlortl to ed.
have it for a moment douhtful whether r?l
we are ready to make ourselves a pnrty M
* ? the measure proposed;" and that notli- *a
int? hut a complete reconstruction of the kei
management will induce fhem to take C'o
hold and pay the debt.
Zivjt's Jlerahl has discovered-the truth, j.u
and expresssa it admirably: The secret
of the amazing power of the Koiuan |(JJ
priesthood over its people, old and lQj
yciting, is its authoritative,unquestioned,
Undefended, but persistent and solemn ^
assertion of its awful power to save and ^
to condemn. It holds in their presence, jot
and before their eves, tho keys of heaven
un.l I...1I I. .1- .... ? lU(
v... Ik I'lcai-urn WIIIUHH uuuui or jle
luvsitntion its own ability to pardon ?in, ,U(
or to condemn to tho llauiea of liell, upon .,jj
iU established condition. So it* masses {jlt
ar? thronged on the Sabbath morning, its un
confessions are unid.its penalties are suf? tjv
fercd, and all other spiritual anxieties, j0
save tho myterious forebodings of an un*
satisfied conscience are thrown aside by ^
it* disciple?, " ftC
The Beeohcr paper lottloa the alleged th
Heecher issuo in the coming Congrej*a? ha
t'tonal National Council. Mr. Ueecher, W(
ays the Christian Union, ' is not a memt
it of the national council, and does not Jlf
(U-tire or expect to be. Doth he and his
Iricnds believe that tho churches are abundamljr
able to tako care of their own afI
lir.M without volunteered advice; and that
all cfl'orts to stir up strife or renew ex- w!
ll'lUIL# aPittwIaU will ?w?t ?????
Iiehen^ion from the great body of Congre* In
Rational churches. " If nnellort nt
i* nuilo to drag that council into a con* fa
llict, it will be by those who hare imccced* *ti
hitherto in embroiling churches and oil
iiinitntionn, but lmve succeeded in noth* th
i?i; vl<e." th
The ven?rable]Archbfali6p Bay ley of j*
K.tltimore who went to Kuropo in had ftt
j health and threatened with softening of wi
l,l<? hruiix, h:n been Attacked with that dc
ibmntaiul in now hopelessly retired jm
l jr?iu active life by it, and now rests in a in
I \uppUt monastery in the north of n<
!' ra?ce. The appointment of a successor pi
?i the person of liishop James Uibbons ol ti
climond has already been announced A
made by the Pope on Monday. Dr. F
bbons waa pastor in Baltimore for
iny years, at the cathedral. Father atard
of Baltimore, president of the
aerican college at Home, who wan In ,
h country last winter, will be appoin* I(
[ bishop of Richmond. h
Hie Roman Catholics have declared
r on Naval Secretary Thompson, for I1
book setting forth the incompatibility
the papal power and popular govern- |<
nt. Tho influential Irish organs? rt
bout the Irish the Roman church tl
uld be an insignificant figure in our C
ilics?all say that the effort is to be tl
do to obtain Mr. Thompson's, removal a
m the Cabinet. If President Hayes is o
,lly one of the A. U. A., they will only d
a ilea in their eara. At anv rate the. 11
>rt tend/i to show the truth, of Mr! h
ompson's strictures. il
Plie Unitarians turn the tables very
ideomelyon Mr. Moody. They request jj
prayers and labors of Christians for ?
redemption from thai "gall of bitter- b,
a and bondnge" of ignorance nnd big- n:
y in which he labors. Ker. Crawford w
jfltingale utters an earnest anpeal in e:
i Inquirer: "Can nothing be done," lie h'
es, "for the salvation of Mr. Moody?
:er having labored so hard to save
lent, must he himself be left to became w
astaway?" "
Hie British branch of tho Evangelical
iance has thanked Emperor William ,j
the invitation to hold tho next pro- fo
led General Conference in Berlin, but m
ides that for the advancement of reli- Ik
n it is better for the Allianco to meet pi
Switscrland, and it will accordingly ea
to Basle. ^
i F.xoillng Scorn* In a Nt.Clulrfe- I r
I1U? Church I.iiMl Suudny Eveiliitf.
to
St. Claisivilix, 0., July 2, 1877. st
lor* Intolllgflnwr: H
Gnu" Johnston, a young man of re- yt
rkublo power and earnestness, who i,;
I been raised in this quiet, sleepy vil- lr
c, and who had spent years in leading <
disgraceful life of a drunkard, was V
irijied three months ago at a "Mur- ,
J.... fl-i.i ni.!. ?i CI
> MicvwuK ill iiinnnlldu, Vlliu, mill
; (' flint time linn been giving Ictniier- v:
e lectures there and in that neighbor- V
>?1 with great success. He came back
bis native village on last Saturday ?!'
h misgivings a<? to hi* strength to resist .
temptation* of hi* old associate*, j
wever, he did resist those temptations, j
I on that evening gave a temperance
lure to the largest audience that had .
n in or about the court room of Bel- xn
nt county since war times?a lecture
1 of pathos and flights of real elojnce,
and a lecture that reached the (
iris and souls of men that had never
been reached. When the time came v,
sign that little Murphy card there
ue from the darkest corner of the room ui
?sc very associates of his wild and reck- is
* youth and signed the declaration of ci
ir own independence. ??
)n the next Sabbath evening, Mr. |}f
hnston spoko from the pulpit of tho r
eshyterian Church, ilia sj>eech was a J"
ur,earnest and truthful one, founded j{
bitter experience. His audience filled C(
i pews and aisles of thcchurch to over- C(
wiiifj. The evening wns warm, yet the in
ijde sat li-tening, with the greatest at- in
tion, to that yet almost a mere hov
iiL-i.i" will. ?"..-I?/mI..!.?*? tl!
I seldom and perhaps never been c?
lalcd in thin ancient village, lie
rled the truth at tho churches of the ^
rn in regard to their neglect of C(
grand reformation sweeping over Cf
* "land of drunkards" in ?uch ?
manner that nono but the neg- ""
Iful could possible evade; yet, when
.Johnston at the expiration of an hour
I a. half had finished his discourse,
Presbyterian minister arose, white
hrnge, and "hurled back with flcorn
I contempt and trampled under foot"
truthful attacks, the pleas and prayers
hat young disciple of total abstinence,
ing that the pulpit of his church had
in desecrated; that the good people of
Clairsvillehad been grossly insulted."
e youth's nged and gray haired father,
preacher of the gospel of high stand;)
sat bowed with "shamo and
appointment, and the tears trickled
w:i over the wrinkles of his cheek, and t
i young man's sifters sat with their <
ids hung low beneath the merciless atk
of that heartier minister of God's
ith. Rather than counsel the young
iaker he abused him; rather than speak
ri!- i.i L in.I I ?.!
i), and perhaps started him again on
downward road to ruin. Rather than
end the hand of Christian fellowship
turned upon him the hack of scorn.
I'he reverend gentleman called upon
ler ministers present, hewing them to
loree linn which they did in a measure,
t more mildly and more judiciously.
\fo Murphy cards wero passed around.
O. U.T.
to C'hineso Con cop tioa ol Blcll.
[he sixth courtis situated at the hot11
of thu great ocean north of'the \Yuiac
rock. It is a vast, noisy (Sehenna,
my leagues in extent, and nround it arc
teen wards. In the tirat ward the souls
i made to kneel for long periods on
ii aliot. In the second I hey are placed
to their necks in tilth. In the third
:y "nre pounded till thu blood runs out.
llio fourth their mouths are o|>euetf
h iron pinchers and tilled full of nee*
s. In the lifth they are bitten by rats,
tliesxith they are unclosed in & nut rA
irm and nipped by locusts. In the
enth they are crushed to jelly. In the
hth their skin is lacerated and they
> beaten on the raw. In the ninth
>ir mouths are tilled with fire. In the
Ih they are licked with tlames. In
i eleventh they aro subjected to noiu?
huic11i>; In tho twelfth they aro but
by oxen and trampled on by horses,
the thirteenth their heart* aro scratchIn
the fourteenth their heads arc
iht'd till their skulls come oil*. In the
efuth they are chopped in two at tho
1st. In the sixteenth their skin is tai
oil'and rolled up.?Shanghai (China)
urier.
An t'utnlttitul Wile.
w York |)?i>er.
Union Hill i? av?- ?
itulal. A couple of days ngo a woman
(1 her husband that she was going to
illinmsburg to visit sonio relative*, and
mid be gone (or three days. After
ree hours' absence she returned and
ind her husband in her bed-room with
8 wife of a neighbor. Having armed
reelf, in anticipation of the denouesnt,
with a horsewhip, she broke in and
ied it freely on the uncovered" body of
e strange Woman. The victim smarted
ider thei lash, and A a ally, to escape from
e infnriated wife, leaped from tho winw
in an almost nudestate to nn adjoining
ed, and escaped to her hotno. There,
is ssid, her husband, having been made
quainted with her dereliction, renewed
e thrashing with the whip, which he
d borrowed from the Orst mentioned
>man.
AiitlVacciuutlonistN.
otu the London Tluos.
Atthe'meetingof the Liverpool Health
mimittee on Thursday, the Deputy Medal
Oilicer of Health called attention to
list ho described as a striking instanco ;
the great injury that is done to tho pub:
health by tho proceedings of a body of
>ople styled antl-vaccinationists. The
tlier of a family ot eight children, ho ?
ated, was influenced by ihe exaggorat- }
I statements of these people, and rather i
an havo his children vaccinated naid *
e fines when summoned before the mag. J
irates. The result was that no sooner ?
d smallpox attack one member of tho
mil; than all succumbed, and they .
fro Ijriuj? in hospital soflering from tho
isewe. During the epidemic of small*
>x thC'anti-vaccliiatiouist* of Liverpool j
opogated their views from home to \
)U?e, and paid the fines inflicted on |>eo- c
o for not complying with the vaccina* 1
on act.
l Father In ibe Hole ot a Lover
rom the lludaoa Republican.
A laughable incident occurred at Per*
f recently which caused much aport, i
nd the circuraatancea of which nro as fol- '
>wa. An old gentleman who ha* two
andsome daughters was no cautious of
is charge that he would not permit them
) keep the company of voting men. |
lowever, they adopted the following ex?
cdient to enjoy the company of thoir
>vers. After the old man liad retired to '
I'flt, the girla would hang a ?heet out of |
le aecond story window, and Jim and i
harley would seize hold of it, and with ,
te aMistanco of the girls would thus gain i
n entrance. It so happened last Bundav I
vening the girls hung out the sheet lader
too early, for the old man, by aome \
1 wind, wan accldently out of doors, nnd
apitened to couie around tho corner of j
le house, and spying the sheet dangling
roin tho window could not conjecture tho <
leaning of its being there. Ho he caught
ol t nnd endeavored to bring it down, the
iris above supposing it to be the boys,
fgan to hoist, and did not discover the
tistake until the old man's bald head
an level with the sill. When one of them telaimed.
"Lord, it's dad!" and let go her |
old, which frightened her sister, and she
t go the sheet, and down came the old
ian on the stone walk, breaking his (
rist and tearing bin unmentionables,
is cries brought out the household and
veral neighbors, and they removed him
to tho house. He is now busy cogita- *
ng whether to let tho girls have their c
mux in the parlor or to sue tho young
en for damagos. The boys have not
en around to oiler any sympathy, and
obably won't until the old man feels
sier.
ml Yet Another Euoch Arileu.
oru the Buffalo Kxpteai.
Shortly after marriage in 1UG2, a well,
do young Ohioau left hi* bride and
ured to California to "seek his fortune.' i
is wife heard nothing of him for several I
iars and at last started olF after him.
i California she learned that the wagon
ain with which he was had been attackI
and all hands killed. A tew yean "
ter she was courted and won by another
lap, who is likewise nameless, but to 0
Itotajdie revealed not of her first marage.
Tliey have since lived in Nevada. ,
wtr?-K ??r m> since cue niiduami wnoui sue
ipponed dead turns up to claim hid bride, u
f course her accond husband strenuously
)ject* and threatcna the interloper with r
;ath should he cross the threshold of his
Jtise to destroy the peaccfulness of his
inily. The Knoch Arden declare* hin
itention of recovering bin lout bride.
KI1I VI, KhThIS TO AH,. j
While this is the spirit of the coustituon,
the teachings of many directly oppose
. For example, the man who largely ad rtises,
dry goodn, hardware, or Governcut
bonds, is regarded by all as an enterrising
benefactor?perhaps philanthrop. P
t; while he who advertises family nicdi*
ncs (no matter how universally ncknowlIged
their merits) is denounced by some
i a quack. Do all enjoy equal rights? .
hose who thus comb-inn may attempt to [i
istify themselves by pointing to the
orthlcsa nostrums that Hood the country,
that were a sufficient reasou, why not P
mdcuin all dry goods merchants and bank's,
because some unprincipled knaves deal c
i shoddy goods or bogus bonds? Is it not B
i sensible?
I>r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is
10 staudard remedy for the cure of coughs,
Ids, and incipient consumption. As an
terative, when used in connection with
r. PJcree'a Pleasant Purgative Pellet*, it
ill etlectualljr overcome torpid liver and
instigation. In skin diseases it has uo f]
|ual. J
C
FOBTY V K.U1S JlEFORk" TUE rCliLIC.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
CELEBRATED f,
LIVER PILLS, S
M
FOR TII2 Cl'RB Of
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint, J
UYiPtrSIA AND SICK HEADACHE. J
+ Ti
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. 5
PAIN in the right side, under the e
edge of the ribs, increxses on pres- i:
Lure; sometimes the pain is in the left ?
side; the patient is rarely able to lie ?
on the left side; sometimes the pain it
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and J
it frequently extends to the top of n
ilie shoulder, and is sometimes mis- "
[alien for a rheumatism in the arm. j>
The stomach is affected with loss of ?
"ppetite and sickness; thebowclsin h
iy neral arc costive, sometimes alter- |(
:.:'.tive with lax; the head is troubled 0
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part. .
There isgcnerally aconsidcrablc loss I
ofmemory,accompanied with apainful
sensation of having left undone ]
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some- ?
times an attendant. The patient J
complains of weariness and debility; ii
ho is easily startled, his feet are cold f
or burning, and he complains of a i:
prickly sensation of the skin j his 5
spirits are low; and although lie is '
satisfied that exercise would be bene- B
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely J
summon up fortitude enough to try *
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem- '
cdy. Several of the above symp- ;
toms attend the disease, but cases I
have occurred where few of them exi ?
isted, yet examination of the body, n
after death, has shown the liver to .
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. IRLane's Liver Pills,
IN CASES OF AcUE AND FEVER, wllcll
taken with Quinine, arc productive of
the most happy results. No better
r.ithartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. V.'c
would advise all who are afflicted '
with this disease to give them a
FAIR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are unccjualed.
EE WARE or IMITATION'S.'
The genuine Dr.. C. MVLase's .
Liver Pills are never sugar coated. |
Every box lias a red wax seal on .
the lid, with the impression Dr.
M'.'Lane's Liver Pills. I
The genuine 119Lane's I.ivru
Pills bear the signatures of C. J
M?Lane and Flemi.no Bros, on the
wrappers. i
Iffi" Insist on your druggist or J
storekeeper giving you the genuine i
Dr. C. MC^ane's Liver Pills, pre- ]
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, <
Pa. 1
Sold by all respectable druggists .
and country storekeepers generally.
To thoie wiiHlng to E'T 11*. c. McL*n*"a
Um PiLUi trill, we will mail pott paid to any
lart of the United State*, one box of Fills for
fwcnty.ftvc cent*.
FLEMING I1R0S.. rittaburgh, Pa. ,
rHE HYCEIA HOTEL,
OLD POINT COMFORT. VA.
Situated within 100 yarda of Fort Monroe. Open
ill tno year. tipccUl attraction! for summer. with
uuple rapacity for 800 cueata. Hu all modern
mpro tegmenta. till dally mailt and telegraph ;
[thro, Fifteen to twanty flrat-claai steamers land
wily (except Sunday), ltfl yards from the door,
iuperlor beach for lathing at door itep* and coc<t
rom May until November. lloatlng, tlshln? and
iriTlog specially attractive- fc?nd for ctrculnr <lcicrlblug
hygienic advantage*, tcrtna, Ac.
H. PHOEBUS. Prep.
A T E A T S A N I) L A R D-SUG A K;'
ItX Cured Ginvuc I Hnmi, tfugir Cured C*n*iu'I
Shoulder*, Hiwar Cured Canvjwd freak fast lUiPlain
ttwdlrfm, OetrSldee, Sugar Cured Urtei
Iteef, frrih from iiuoke home dally;.Kettle rendo :d
Leaf lard, tn Herein, Barrtls and Half Barrtlj,
Kcga and Palls; all at lowest market rati*.
M. BKILLY,
Jen 1WJ and 1311 Main Street. I
FINANCIAL.
[ohm K. IkmroiD, Prat. 010. Asui, ouh'i.
SANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY ;
bucctMor to tha
F1IUT NATIONAL BANK OF WHEELING.
;?piui ~ IfW.ooo '
Thii Bank la organlacd and prepared to transact
he buslnesa of banking In all lie details.
It aucce?da the First National Bank ot Wheeling,
s owned by the asme shareholders aud la under tho
iaiuu management.
Hjr carefully regarding tho lntereeta of lla Cor cf?|<nu(lt>iita
and Depositors, and by a prompt and
altbful execution of their wlshca, it hopta to tnertt .
b?lr esteem and confidence.
Notea and Bill* discounted.
Collections nude on all point* throughout tho .
Jnltcd Htatea.
Deposit Accounts subject to check at light rereived
from Hanks, Ban ken, Fluus, Corporation!
itxl Individual*.
Certificates of Dcpoelt Issued payable on demand
irat Axtd dates.
Interut allowed on Bpeclal Deposits.
dirxctom:
John K. Botsford, Win. B. Simpson,
J*cob 8. Rhodes, Wm. A. Turner, (
Win. A. lautt, John U Hobba,
A. M. Adams, 0. C. Dewey.
Henry M. Harper, my21-dAw
Commercial Bank.,
IHIiubi, ....... JIUU.UUO.
Oririci-No. 1808 Main St. {
Interest |?ld on Npoclal Deposits. Collections '
undo ?!i<l procaerii troui|)tlr remitted. Aewunts
( nitichams ntid otliera Bollcltctl.
dikiktokj:
Tbos. U. Llat, J. I* HUM,
R. J. Htiiytb, W.T. Uurt,
J. C. Thomas, Chai. II. Booth.
W. A. Wilson,
TllOti. n. LIST, President. '
J. 1- HT1KKL, V. Preat.
_8. P. HIl.DRKTH, Caihltr. Jal3__
D. C. l.m. J08EPU 8KYDOIXD,
IlKNKY K. IJST, OlIWOK LaUII, ,
W*. A. List, llEHKT W. I48T.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Iipital, $100,000. .
Htockholdcra personally liable and rrprcwnUng (
ter MO.WO.
Ilccolvt* IvikiMM rih| DioroantH Paper.
Deal* In (Sold, Silver, Culh*Drafta uud Bterllnj:
Ixebanuc.
fella l>r*It* on England, Ireland, France, (Jeruny
and other prominent part* of Europe.
Burn and Bella Uovurnuieiit, Htate, City and Ralload
IJonda.
Interest paid on fiporial Deposits. "
Bpccir.l attention given to Collections.
(lfllln,ll D. C. LIST, President.
(J. LA MR. Caahler.
JOS. ?KYHOU>, Awlatonl Cashier. Jal^ *
Exchange Bank.'
J. N. Vancm, I'rea't. 8am't Utmiu.i, V. r.
*plt*l |M0,060 J
lability of tilockholdeia 400,000
TbtoHjuk aucrceda to the budiiHia o! theMor- ,
twnt? National Batik, ami deala iu Coin, Counoua, J
ottituerrtal paper and Bllla o| Exclmnzv. i
Interna i<al.l on Special IV|?*ltii.
Collections made on all points and procemla
rouiptly remittal.
Aceountg of E.inkera??d Business Men kIIcIM.
HtuckhoMura llablo to depositors aironllnu to the
orutitutioiiol the State(no aauie a? in National /
r.nka. <
, v w??cto?ss
J. N. Vauce, | 8. Horkhcliner,
1- H. Pelapluln, t>. Uutiuau,
J. 0. Hott'mnuii, j Wu?. Kllinithaio. 1
Batu'l LauRlilin, H. WalW
Crawford Booth, I
JOHN J.JON K3, Oahltr.
PO CAPITALIST^
L f
>r Parties of Small Means Desirous of .
Engaging in Grape Growing, r
Coil Mining or Market
Gardening.
account of advanced a?e I ntu desirous ol
tanking uijr resident*, and therefore oittr fnr aale t
iy farm situated o|>|-oalt* the city of Wheeling, on
io rlrcr bank, midway between Bridgeport and
tartln a Ferry, and iinmcdlatelTadloliilmf iho ?U.
igo of Aituavllle. The property consists of 60 0
nw of hill unci table land and 15 of river bottom. ,
a the hill thure aro two ?eam* of co:il, 6>^ and \\%
K?t thick, thrco deposits of limestone, au 8 foot J
dn of close texture land or free stone, an 18 foot
eln of marl, which altogether make a mill and an
tidorlying bod of deposits of a rich and valuable
liaractcr.
On tho surface, the larger jwrtion of which ilea
pntly sloping to the cant, anu all under direct ex- _
osure to the nun, is a Vineyard of 3ii arau, mostly .
atawba graiMW, all In tine bearing condition, about
ivcn rears old, which lrns proven itself able to pay J
handsomo percent to the cultivator.
The property is being approached al>ov? and lte\w
by an advancing tido of persons twwking smull
oinesteads, and is now really the only unoccupied
rritory between Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry.
I is valuable as an Investment for capital aceklu,- a
ife purchase, and Talualilo to those who want mar- .
ot gardening ground close to tho city. It fronts aauttfully
upon the river and commands a Tiew of
io city, tho Ialand and the whoio scenery of the
alley.
The terms of sale will bo one-third cash, balance |
i two annual payments. 8 per ccnt Interest on do- t
irred payments. For further particulars inquire
f UICHAUDCUAWFOBD
On tho premises, or by mill at Bridgojwrt, Ohio. u
1*8 t
VIERCHANTS HOTEL-, i
North Fourth St., sbovo Market, \
PHILADELPHIA,, Ftt. J
Thli favorite Hotel, with icccmmodationi for
00 guests, bus beeii leaacil by the lubsiTiber lor a _
srm of voir*. It can bo said wltli contldonco that r
ho old Merchants, under the new mlmlnUtratlon, ,
1 already an assure 1 succcsa, and it is my determt- y
atlon to meet tho Just expsctatlons of the public f
a these times of financial depression, by Introduo j
ng a graduated scalo ot prlws from 92 no to 82 03
erday, with board, according to location of room,
"ho icrvlc^ table and all other accommodations, i
he same to til guests.
During the past year many improvements were \
lade, among them a naiserger and baggaae kluva- ?
or, thus rendoriog all rooms of euy aoms. Other f
mprovements aro in progress, which, when finish- j
d, will nlaco the Merchants llotel lecond to none ?
a Philadelphia.
The location of the house ia ono of the most ron- v
enleut and really ceutral of any In the city. Tho B
ooms are light, airv, well ventilated and hatdamely
furnished. Ilorao cars of various linos pas* c
orstantly by the door, offering every omwrtunlty ,
O the EUest?. prer* mnmnnl liar on.l t.tul.t ii.tl.lt
II points of public Interest. ' "*
je25 R. l.OKR, PuoPBIKTon. {
rhe Argonaut Mills,
KOHMKULY '
c
rHE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
MANPKACTUIIK
Yarns, Jeans and Flannels. I
VAHS EXCHANGED FOR WOOL
DAtfELL 4 LIST,
inr'J'J WilKKl.lNd, W. Va.
QOMCSTIC
3AS0UNE COOKING STOVE.
The nKst Economical and Convenient Stove In the
world.
NO SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT.
It fa light and portable ami easily moved by one
waon. Can ui used in the Sitting Room, Kitchen
.rout of doors. JUST THE THISO HWtil'MMEI1
USE, Will Bake better than any Coal or i
IVood Stove, as the heat la uniform and easily rfgilattd.
Will Koaatall kinds of Meata, Fowls, Ac. .
11 ^hort tills Siove wllldo all kinds of work that
an l? dono on any Cooking Stove or Range, and In I
ihortcr time, as the Stove can lie lighted and readv 1
or use In two mlnulea. The Oven can be heated i
oaily for Baking In (Wo minuter Law numbers ]
ire uow In u*e In different parts of the country, ]
living entlrv t.?tlsfecilon. The Move cau be wen at I
J. 0. PAYNE'H, Ageut. I
roy25 1<U Market St., Wheeling, i
BII-jT-j heads
WILL BE PRINTED IS THE BEST
STYLE, EITHER PLA1S OK FANCY !
COLORS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
WE INVITE AN EXAMINATION Ob'
PRICES AND STYLES, AT T1IE
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 * 57 I'flCRTERKTlI ST,
(jft CENTS. (J(J CENTS.
Will 6.1 ONE DOZEN nice
Card Photographs!.
cec sample* iu uuuh i\'8 UALLEllY,
?p!3 Below McLure Ilouae j
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. (
J^ENTIBTBY. " ~
Wo advlae all thOM wanting DtnUitrjr dene to
*11 on IJB. OAHMIBE, where tbejr can have teeth
extracted without the allghest pain and new teeth
put In not to be known from the natural teeth.
Uan l? worn with coinfort and eaac. All caaoa
warranted. Offlco?No. 42 Fourteenth street, ror;r
of Market. Jalft
pOBERT WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
whbeuno, w. va.
Omen?Attorney (Sentral'iOfflc?, Capitol. *
inyfl?
^ B. CAU>WELL,
Attorney at Law,
1220 CitAi'LiNK St.
Prnotloca in nil Court*. n)>20
T0I1N J. JACOU,
J (
ATTORNEY AT LAW. *
Office in People's I.nnk Building, corner
)[ Main nml Twelfth wtreetii. npfl
J DALLAS EWINQ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. ?4 Twelfth St.,
Je6 WHKELIKd, W. VA.
yy j. w. cowden,
\ttorn?y nt Lii w. |
office-No. 1222 CiiapunkSt.,
WliEBLlNU, W. VA. (
Prompt Mieution to all huilncm entmnicd to my
are. ft-7
^ II. COCHBAN, ^
Attorney n.t Lnv,
1220 ClIAPI.ISB tiTllRRT, 1
[el WHEELING, W. VA.
pi C. OLMSTED, M. D., " I
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIOIAN,
UXriCK?NO. 60 FOTRTKKMTII BT.
WHEELING, W. VA.
Office Hoiirg?3 to 10 A. M. 1 to 3 P. m; ?1c2 f
yy ILMAM ERSK1HE, q
attorney at Lnw. c
Offlcnof thelnteC.W. B. Allison, No. 1140Chip- a
Inestreet, WhwlInK, W. V*.
Will practice In tut* State it ml Federal Courta.
BENJAMIN a ALLISON, NOTi?r romic. 1
Office M al?TP. tlelS
yyiLLIAM PHILIPS, A
uslice of the Peace & Real Estate Agent,
No. CO TwuLrrn 6t., Wukkuxo.
Collections c<f all kinds mado and proceeds
promptly remitted. Jh3
nTM. n. IIEARNR~
'I
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
)fiice with Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market ]
Street, Office up stairs.
ku30 _
QAN I EL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ^
lo. 1318 Market Btroet, (over City Dank.)
Wheeling, W. Vh.
jl J. HUG US, |
Attoruoy at Luw.
71 Tvelflh Street, Wheeling, W, Va.
Practicea in the ConrtK of Ohio, Marnhall
ml Tyler counties, W.Va. iiovl7 A
QANI EL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1104 Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. Va,
29
f INCH k THOMPSON.
U J
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .
1205 ciurlink htrickt. e
Koom No. 1 Odd Fellows' Building?ui? stair*. I
wirt* I
A P.APh I?RHTVT II
jljl. vaxi?jl/ a xlviti
E.L. PRUSSING & GO.
Wc bog loivo to notify tho nubile that, nuiijr
mprlncipled i>ersons ore circuUilnR tho story thst
hu Vlmwar recently condemned l?r tho board of
lealtb of Washington, D. C., was of our lnanufaeure,
we arc obliged to publish tho followlug corwpondencc,
which explains itatlf:
UK. T. S. VEltDI, l'rwldent Board of Health.
V'ashincton, D. C.?s*ir: Han any Vinev-ar mariutcturcu
by uslwen confiscated or condemned by
our Board ? An early reply will sroatly oblige
H. L. PRUSUMJ A CO.
roard or iikalth, wasmnoio.v, June 0,1677.
-K. 1- FRUauso A Co., ChlMKo-Oentlenien: In
eply to your communication of this date, I am Intruded
to Inform you that tho Board ot Health
las never condunuied nuy Vinegar of yourmanuacturo,
nor iim complamt over been made of tbo
mpurltyof the sain?. Very respectfully,
C. C. COX, M. D., Secretary.
Wo Would also submit tho following from Dr.
liken, ot Maryland, and Dr. Mabla, of ChloRo:
u.NivKRsnv ov maryland, Juno u, 1877.?i
lave this day msdo it Chemical Analysis of an
veraKe sami'le of I'ruwinn's Vinegar, and find It
ret? from all trace of mineral acids ami metallc
mpurltlct and therefore pure. Free sulphuric
eld, a very injurious adulteration often fouud In
ho commercial artblo, Is not present in this vituar.
WILLIAM li A. AlKKN,
Prof Chem. and I'hsr.
Rr.|ucstfd by Mr. Trussing, I subjected n samplt*
if his Vinegar to Chemical Analyst*, and fouud it
terfcclly Ireo from mineral acids and metallic subtancet
with which commercial vinegar is so freluently
adullerntcd. lean Tccomuiend it, thereore,
as an entirely 1'iire and tchoifiomr article.
F. MAULA. Ph. Dr.
lu condndon, we will add that our wdMnrown
irnnds of Vlmyar have stood the teat of public
iplulon for tweuty-nlne years, besides having r?h
flved first premiums nt the World's Fair, tho
Juited Statea Fair, the Illinois SUto Fair, the Chi- I
auo City Fair, Ac.
K?h-.kI E. L. PRUSSIMQ \ CO.. Chicago. I
fYALE LOCKS, i
With small llat Heel Kejs,
applicable to nltuast ercry
use, ami far ?alc l.y all Hardware
Dealer*.
_ A *P?lal Hue of DESK, I
J OCKS A cupi?A8D 1
Yale Lock MrgCo. J
HENRY K.TOWNS, ITM. I
OFI ICE AND WORKS,
Stanford, Conn. ?
Salesroom, Na, B3 Chambers .
St., New York. J
ARUfcST STOCK. OF MKATS IN ilLT
STATU.
Chester Hams, tho best and most reliable Haras '
n tho market; Sugar Cured Shonldem, Plain
Shoulder*, Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon, Clear
sides. Mens Pork, Family Pork. Uump Pork, Puro
Leaf Lard in Tierces, Barrels, Hair ?amis, Kegs,
[ alia and Half Pails. Our own Product?superior ,
tc hit in tho market. No risk of loss ami lUtnavn
lo th# dealer in handling our mes a. 1'rlcca in
now at bottom.
_ U8T' DAVENPORT A PARKH. J
D. TRACER,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
L)f Clmrche*, Hull", Stores and Dwellings
hi fresco ana nam roper Hanging.
No. 42 12th St, WIIEELINO, W. VA. 1
my24
JJNDEKTAKING. (
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KIND! AND SIZES.
CORPSES CHEMICALLY PRESERVED. j
Call# anivercd *t >11 houri from the Store.
WV ".NK t SON, 1
Furniture nnu \. iRootna, North End C#utrt
Wliwllm Mwmw. J,:
1200R0LLS or
Bnutiful and Desirable Pattarfli In
Wall Papir.
Just received at
A. \\\ PATTLI, A RRO'd,
je27 1142 Main 8trbkt.
??????????
STOVES ft HARDWARE.
[he Cheapest,
The Best,
The Largest
COOKSTOVE
lu the Market U the Celebrated
VALLEY STAR.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A great variety of other Cook Btovea ai*
vny? on hand, pf All Store" guaranteed.
Martelized Iron and Slate Manteh.
Froeitone and Slate Hearths, &o.
Call, examine and aee prices before purhoning
qjaewbore. mr."J
F.CALDWELL
Warble, Slate & Iron Mantles.
'oinnion Grates, Tllo and all kindM of
Terra Cottu goods.
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
'OGETHER WITH A COMPLETE AS
SORTMENT OF
COOKING STOVES
md Homo Furnishing Goods. We call
special attention to the
'eerless Radiator Shaking Grate.
'he most complete Grate in the market,
t can be seen in operation in Mr. Frank
toen's fine residence on the Island. Call
nd examine.
1307, 1500 A 1511 Main Street,
ieur IS. A O. II. IE. Depot. mrt
^RE YOU GOING TO MOVE?
Don't You Want a
NewCookStove
'he BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN
THE MARKET can be found at
Vo. 1425 Main St.
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHER
First-Class Stoves,
Cnu now bo bought Cheaper tbau ever
before.
ILL STOVES WARRANTED TO PLKASJt
Don't foil to call and see onr btock be*
ho purchasing.
OSEPH BELL & CO.
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
lo. 1425 Main Bt., Whbkuno, W. Va.
nir!2
T. H.CAUWItX, A. x. rami, A. K. STSVBaMK
Proj't. Brewer. Manager
SMITH & CO.,
3rewers, Maltitora & Hop Doalert.
Having thoroughly renovated tho Wheeling
JrowiTr, and changed lis entire management by
irganlung * Joint Stock Company-mid I'lnclns Mr.
i. K. SMITH In charge ol tho Brewing Departueut,
we are now prepared to furnish
SMITH'S CELEBRATED
UTTER. PALE ft KENNETT ALES. PORTER, fto.,
rully up to th? itamUrd which haa heretofore given
hew tuch oxlenalTo reputation.
We rcapectfully aoUdt your patronage.
1?M HMITH ft 00.
JAMES L. IIAWLEY,
Morchandifiio Broker
And HEAL ESTATE AGENT.
k3.Ix?tii negotiated for Lenders and Rorrowera.
1320 Main Stbket.
my4
^ W. McCONNELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET.
Manufacturer ol
atA Barrels, Half Barrel*. Apple ami Flour Bat*
rd?, Ham Tlprcw, Olatj Barrel* and
Gaika, Butter Kiyi, ?tc.
WKRPA1KINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED It).
mrji-uaw
nniLDREN'3
carriages
^ speciality. Pricei to?alt all bImjob at
2th Street Variety Store, No. 38.
myi l \VM. M1SO NICOU., Mtmiitr.
PORTABLE TURKISH BATH
'H.
nt?t?rd. U'unalClUuuallnf WfuUnr?.
U4 Dm; *f Mw U4 IMr,
aJFalnftil AUMu,ftrarml?la.lifcra.
UMt, raralyab, n ?ui
la ip*?4r nn ?f HjpfcUu. Clean,
>r*t, ?U Ib*l kta hud DtM%m. >Vr
>*ril?nl?M, ??ll ?r Mad >ump U
??UJiMUC^(.?U,T^
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
Communication to Gentlemen
FROM
H. LINGEN,
Merchant Tailor.
Determining to done out my entire stock
of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, for
the purpose of discontinuing tlint branch
of my business, I thcreforo offer to the
public my entire stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
This is done for tho reaioa that my enlarged
Merchant Tailoring Custom Trade
requires my undivided attention
Merchant Tailoring Department.
Having received my wholo itock of
8PHINO and 8UMMEK WOOLEN#, Ac.,
1 am prepared to mako up to inensuro nil
Wool Catsiuiero Suiting! from $lH00up.
wardi. With a largo Block of tho most do trablo
goodi oa hand and fnoilitlen for
tUrnlnC OUt tho moltFojih{niial.!i? f'lothinr*
1 can grmranteo pcrfcct iatinfaction to nil
customer*. Olve mo a call.
HI. LUSTO-EUST,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
my'J8 1220 Market Si.
Thos. Hughes & Co.
IttHMT TAILORS,
Corner Twolflh ond Water Streets,
U'tlPL'T IMH Mf \r ?
......U.iUlV, 1?. ?il.
W? are receiving additions daily to our
already large and attractive stock of
WOBSTHD3,
CLOTHS.
CASSIMBBES, and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
FOB SPRING a SUMMER WEAR,
And believe we can offer superior iuducemeats
to any needing
Clothing Made io a First-Class Manner.
We will hereafter make the following
diflcount to CASH and PROMPT PAY
1NQ CUSTOMERS:
Six rim cent oft" if paid in 10 days.
Five per cent off if paid in 30 days,
from date of delivery of clothes.
*?rp LEASE EXAM I SB Ol'R STOCK AXI)
PRICES.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
niylO
J.H.STALLMAN&CO.,
Merchant Tailors!
We are conntantly receiving
NEW GOODS.
KOtt TUB
Spring and Summer Trade
And nlwayH keep ou? of the LARGEST
AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
OF (100DS in tho city.
All the NEW STYLES
?OK?
Plain, Stripe and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds.
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
Spring Overcoatings.
And nil Roodn nnunliy found in n nrM-cluwj
establishment. A fll lint; uf
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
rtiwuyt in tuore.
TUK HE8T PLACE TO BUY SillRTB
in th? city."
^?~Call And look at our goodn.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling.
myl
New Goods!
SPRING and SUMMER
C. HESS & SON,
Merchant Tailors,
UUH, Win AND MAIN ST9..
Have Juit received their large aad elegaat
took of Goodi (ir*f
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Embracing all aew deaiRai of
Cloths,
Cassimeres,
Veitings,
Suiting!, and
Spring Overoaatingo,
Which will be made up is the Beit Style,
FULL LINE OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITS SHIRTh MADS TO OEDBS.
We invite the public to call and examine
our stock. feeling assured we can ofler su*
perior inducement*.
mrl7* C. HE8iJ * SON. I
TRANSPORTATION.
gAIJIKOREiOUIO KAILKOA.D CO
iaiHH
~~ " No. 8. So. 7> Ho. 1. KW3*
?*ff?Bomtp. dally. diUy.
,VAnI ii' ' '*>
r. * W, M.
Urt,,on -? #:00 5:16 10:10 IJO
fes 1.81=
lum'lnKt0U atjr- 7:20 M?
UtlUmoio h.n 900
f'hllaitulntila A-"l - * ?! -
K'cw yor'k.., .' i
_*DaUy rxctpt Butiday.
No. 7 itopa at ill tft"?tions Iwlween Wheeling and
Cumberland; No. 41 itopt ?| all Htatloni between
Wheeling aad (trafton.
RoTI ffoTfo.
wnr-DorKD. dally. No.l* dally.
Leave Whetllutf ?:4ja.m llVr.m 9.45r.m
Arrive at?
Zaucavllle 11:60" ?:46" 9-Ma.u
Newark i:U0r.M 10.00 u tUM "
Coliuubua 8.00 " 3:0O "
Hand inky 0:63 " 9:10 "
l??ytoo 7;80 " 1:KM?
Cincinnati 8:10 " IO-.HOa.m
UuhviTe ma AM 7:?r.M
ImlUnaculU 11:29 I'M 12:10 "
Ht. l-uuia 8 COa.M 9:6 i "
Chicago 6:OU" 7:W 44
_>l?ally cxrept Sumlay.
N??. 8 and io make tlow> connection jrt Columtmi
for all pouiti youth an* Southwest; at Chicago for
all |Kjlnti Won ami Northwest.
t-?M-bound tralnaiuaku euunectlcmaal I'alllmore
fur Philadelphia, Now Yorknnd HoaUn. At Washington
City fur nil twlnta Kiutli.
WeaUboitnd train* muk<< dlrvct mnmylions for
all |>rluci|ml poluta Wostaml North*c?t.
l'ulliuan Palace enra on all nljjht tralua.
WHEELING, riTTd.7Nl> BALTIMOKB DIV.
.. leavesdally? | ^Arrlveidallvat
wikm tig two n. m.|Wa?hlngt,u,r?.ll:03 lum
6: J3 | . m. 7:10 p.ta
Except Sunday. | 'Except Sunday.
Tlckot* to all principal point* on talc at Depot.
Oflke open ut ull huuri during tlieday,
TI10& It tllA&l*,
mftsll-l Ol TlttUSMttUlluU.
R. T. DEVRIE3, Geti'l Agent. my 18
CUSVELAM1) A PITTSBUROn RAILROAD.
J CO.XIlhWXJiD TIMS CARD.
<>n rtr.?l after Mar SOth. 1877, Tralm will run
dally (except ?uuday) n?follows, viz:
accom." malu i xrkxxj.
i.kavk.
Ikllaln* r?.M A.* tl:C0 a.m. 310 p.m.
Bridgeport fl.Ui " ll;iu ' 3:180 "
Murtln a Ferry... 6:1.1 '? U:1H ? 3J7 "
La'lrango ?hh '? il:52 " 4:00 "
bteubeuvlllo 7:W5 " 1W r,m 4:18 '
WclUnlle 8:'J0 1:H* " 5:50 "
Rochetter.... lt:30 ' 1!;30 " C:40 "
ariiivk.
Plttaliurgh- 10:35 " JMO " 7:45 "
Altooua 5 55 r.M. S?:4'l " 11(5 A.M.
Uairlstiurg 10.53 ' 2:40 a.m. 3:50 "
more..... 7:4>i " 7; 13 "
Washington 9:1*2 " 9.12 "
Philadelphia aM a.m. 7:i*) " 7..w"i "
New York " 1015 " 10:3T. "
KUoslun -1:45 P.m. 8.30 P.m. 8:50 P.M.
arhivk.
Alilanco 10:57 a.m. 5:10 p.u
Ii.iToiu,H IIM " 5:Ctl "
Hudson 12:S0 p.m ? ......
Cleveland.. 1:43 ' 7.3'J "
arrive.
Ft. Wnyuo 11:11 ' 2:35 a.m
Clilcus" (i:30 A.m. 8.00" ..
Stcubenrille Accmnri>?liit1'm?L>-Kvc* IUHalre lit
4:40 |?. iu.; HrlJ|>c'|>ort nt 4.33; nod arrives at btcuU'lutilu
ut B:l5 p. m.
leaves Meulx-nville at 7:43 a. xu.; airlvca at
Bridgeport nt 8:55 a. in.
S|ounl ?ceonitnod:itlon trains lenvc Uellnlre at
'J :iu n. in. and 12:15 p. m.; Urld>;e|H>ri at 1M5 a. iu.
ami 1:00 p. m ; arrive at Martiu'a terry 0 35 a. in.
and 1:10 p. in. IU-turnloj; leave Martin'# Kerry at
11:25 n in. and 8:30 p. m.: l'rldgeport 11:83 iu m.
and 3:40 p. ui.; arrive at lidhdrc at 11:50 a. ui. and
3:55 p m.
'IWketa to nil principal jtolntn In the Ecat aud
Went ran li? procured at the Union Tl.bjt (JlUce,
McLtirc IIuuh-. imd ul the tuition at llrid^oport.
F. It. MY Kit.",
myro (Icncrnl Pnmm^rr nnd 'l'lrket A?ont.
niTTMHUItnil, CINCINNATI & ST. 1.0UI3
J Ul II.WA Y-/U A-//.INDI.B SOUTH.
The Direct Lluo to the Northwest, West and
Southwest.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
inkingeoeci June 'li, 1877.
To thf 1 Wit am/ South (vi* ZaucsvIIIo).
I'MCt i*MCl He
Lluo. Ex. Arcom'n
Leiro Zancsvlllu |8:OOa.m tSCOp.M
Arlvo Lancuatcr,..^.. 9:53 " 4'45 " ?...
Clrclcvlll? 10:50 " 5:ifl "
Washington 11:57" 7:15 t":'^
WUralngtou 12:52p.M K:21 '
Morrow l i? ? i?;i6 "
Cincinnati 3:10 " 10:65
To Iht UVif tmi South (vl* Coluinbm).
Flat ll'itc'fc Cm.
Lino. Ex. Kg. Mall.
Ia?VC? P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.
Pittsburgh *11:851 *8:30 |;l:4u t ?:UG
Stouboavllle i.*j lfr.07 ft:lft D.20
Lh.hubo 2.43 11:38 8do 11:35
P. M P. M.
Newark 5:00 3.17 11:25 7*5
A.M.
Columlini ?C.25 *3:80 fl.CHJ f 10:00
Arrlto?
Lomlon 7.20 4:48 5:05 11:00
P. M.
Xcnlo.. 8:20 8;15 12:15
UAjton S:M ... 1:16
Cincinnati li;&5 8:00 C3U 3:10
A. M
TOIIHTIUC 12:33 1180 7:45
Tit thf W'tt and Xcrthtrtil (via Coluinliux).
Fust I I nil. ll'ac'fclCh'go.
Line. | Ex. | Ex. j Kx.
Ix-are? a. m. a. v. p. m r. h.
Columbus *> .3 MO-00 '3.f.o fJMO
Arrive? r. a.
Urlnna fl:0? fi:45 7:40
l'iqua a.O. on; 9:02
Richmond 10:"f. i!:18 8 30
r. M.
IndUnapolla 12:U5 0:1ft 11.2i
A.M. A.M.
St. Louis .............. 9-00 kSO
l/)gan?])ort ....... 3:0 > U.W)
Chicago H 30 7:fl0 7:10
l>.tlly. t iJally c?c?'pt Sunday.
OD.l'iillmaTi Drawing Iioora ami KUtpiog Cum
fr? hi ntouN'tiTlllo and ColuuiNia through without
change in ClminnHtl, l-outavllle, Indlauspollaand
tit. l.uuW, ami fioui Coluuiliui to Chicago.
Tin; plrakura ?o?tpr or Umkhj seeking Jlamts in
th'. HV;/, tfiould mil on or luldreaa the iiml.m'^nnl
lorthioiuh time tililw, inniw, land rliriilarnaml
further information. \\T. L. O'BKffiN,
Ucn'l loasongvr and Tlckol Agent, No. "19 illvli
atrect, txjIuiuI>ii< . Ohio. myl7
TUtt'SPlLLS
A dlstlnRul*hed physician nf New York says:
*' It ij aatonishintf how nnivcmlly Dr. Tutt'a
Pill.* are used. In my daily rouniiH, 1 hear of
tnem not only amontr the poor, but their virtues
arc her.ildod from the mansion.* of the wealthy
and refined. Knowing the Inventor from lifc
Ions connection with the medical profession, I
have preat confidence in their merits and of latn
have often prescribed them with the happiest
results in eases where I desired to make a decided
impression on the liver."
tutt's pills srssii
CUES BICK HEADACHE. modieiue thirty
tutfspillsehh
CTOBDTTO.H.
tutt's pills
CUED CONSTIPATION. *"? "' that tl.?y
?if |ir*p?ri->l ?'ii
tutt's pills gsi
CURB TILES. llW.M wetutfs
pills pi
CUBE TEVSa AND AOUE. 8TJIKNOTII
EN I NO, PUR
tutt's pills
CTJEE BILlOTJa OOLia muro #11 ?!>
- Ii<?lthy actuirTUTFS
PILLS
CURE KIDNEY COMrLAIirr. l.tk-n' nt ?.?
TUTfSPILLSSi:
r^rnn rr.?!T tMUicloo UlC*
CVOM TOUriD WVEB. ruttiwrlui
aiiMMite ? . . ^ PRICE, V*
IUII 'S KILLS a'BB'k.
IMTAHT APPETITE. NEW YOKijCE!ICE!ICE!
CBYSTAL ICE, WIIOLH.SALE AND RETAIL
at the lowwt rat?. Dtlirere<l tho ran and
?tea!ubo?ts, well !?ck<xl vlth s:iwdu?t; alto to Ml
part* of tin* city. Order* by mall will rcedvo
prompt attention, at No. ltto Market ?trf*t, nenr
I'oitoince, WUmIIuk, W.Va. benil far prlc? Hit.
my 17 H.HlKUT MJKK.
0 HTELNiiETZ,
Paper B?x Manufioturtr,
Nob. 1211 and 1211 Main street, up aulra (old
Union Hall), is now prrraml to uinkc all klndi ol
Finer and Plain Paper Boxes In as good at jlo and
at u low prlcta u any hou?o In tho country, Or*
dcra from tho country promptly Mended to.
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