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Wiiebuho, July 3, 1877. ti
lulitjri Iotdll'gtacer: m
Thin morning, after a hiwty hut hearty fi\
breakfaat, we embarked on the early th
.train for Moundarllle, In company with iti
i-voral brethren of the Methodist persua* aii
?ion. The trip wait just the name n? any
other trip from thi? city to the rural vii- H
I age honored by the location of the peni- N?
tentiary. Ho please supply this part of
my letter to suit your own peculiar taste*. th
We reached M. jait ns everybody else on pa
the train did?and as other* will, we pre- ag
mime, for year* yet to come. We march* th
ed in procession, in agiaceful nnddigni- to
tied manner, through the classic avenutH It
of the Mound City, pant the new Court eti
House?the pride ami glory of thin far- an
fumed town--and out into the euburhn. fo
The beautifully located camp ground w;
soon appears in view, and after a brink hr
walk we are resting beneath the refresh- gi
ing shadows of its grand old trees. to
The tented, grove to dear to the Meth- in
oilistic heart of Wheeling and Mounds- fu
ville, never looked more attractive or en- hii
joyable than this year, and no doubt it hr
will bo frequented by vast multitudes of ij(
our citizens during the continuance of w
the camp meeting iti August. Indeed,quite tli
a largo number of iamiiieR from our ei
city and itn Huburlw will upend a good of
portion of llic heated term in. their cool tli
and cony cottages beneath the broad ei
shade* of thotie beautiful poplars and in
beeches. Some propwe going early in be
August and remain until the meeting li
closes in .September. te
The lato lively ?tonus paid Hume alien- m
lion to the ground* oa they swept by in ik
their mad race. Quito a number of large ?e
limb* were torn from aouic of tho lofty cc
poplars and blown down on the roof* of
the cottage* beneath. No very flerions di
damage was done, however, and as the old
saw puts it, "it might have been worse." K
It had the effect of opening the eves of the
officials to the fact that many of the
tallest poplars needed topping and trim- D<
tuing in order to insure the safety of the tr
neat summer homes beneath their shad- y?
off*. < er
The oflicial body known a* tho "Camp l'J
Meeting Association" assembled in the wl
preachers' stand at 10 a. >fi, with Rev. I). N
II. K. I)ix,of Triadelphia, presiding. A oo
Kliuri uevuuuiiiii phviw w ueiu mm hi
business proceeded with. While the W
brethren are arranging the preliminaries all
let us look over the faces assembled mul in
see if we know anybody present. Tho P
attendance in good. There are minister* ca
and laymen from all points in the Wheel- T
ing District. Among the former we no* li
tice the familiar lineamonts of Rev. W.
C. Wilson, the new and popular Preuid- ai
ing Elder; Rev. I). II. K. Dix, mentioned m
above an President; Rev. C. Connor, of K
Uenwood: Rev. J. P. Thatcher, of Liber- < ?
ly, and Reva. T. 11. D. Prickett, A.J. 01
l.ydn, and Geo. C. Wilding, of this city, tii
The laymen present are too numerous to dl
mention ih detail. ce
The otlicial report of la-^t year's catup W
meeting revealed tho gratifying fact that ar
it had been a genuine success financially hi
well as spiritually and socially. The d<
standingdebt had been reduced fully JGOO, |>i
placing the Association in a good healthy m
condition. Everybody likes to patronize
a success. The grounds and roads and
. fats are to be put in the very beat of Fi
order before the appointed day rolls
'round. Quite a lively discussion was tt
had over the rate of license for convey- ni
ancea to carry passengers to and from the cl
grounds. Last year's ecale was finally P
adopted, vi*. SI 50 ner horse. The nrice m
of tents was fixed at rates ranging si
from $1 00 to SI 0 00. The board- di
ing house manager was limited to Ic
moderate figure* in hi* charges for h
meals and sleeping accommodation*. Ar- Ji
rangement* have been consummated to in
h4Vtf a good religious hook utoroonthe tl
groipu|s throughout the xeason of
tlie eauiji lucetine, where hook* In
and |*rio<licals may be purchased l?y the ai
laid i imp-meetinger of ? literary turn pi
of mind. A postolliuo will bu one of the u1
attendant benedictions of the hook store, tl
where letters may he posted for all parts ti
of the civilized world, and where all Id- i>.
ters addres'c-d to the camp gronnd will Ihj hi
carefully delivered. This department ii;
will Ihj in charge of an activo and capa- ul
hie gentleman of large clerical experience.
In connection with He v. W.
C. Wilson, the Presiding Elder, Ki
the following ministers were
elected Committee on l'ublic Worship:
He vs. D. II. K. Dix, J. L. Clark,.S. B. t). q
Prickett and Oeo. C. Wilding. This is y(
one of the important committees while ^
the meeting is going on. w
A hearty vote of thanks, unanimously y
concurred in by all, was voted J. Dallas ( ?
Swing, Esq., for prolewional services ^
rendered the Association "without money p
and without price." The constitution ^
was so amended that hereafter the ofUcers a
,i( the Association, elected in August, 0
shall enter upon thy discharge of their
ollicial duties at the regular meeting in ]|
October.
The Association adjourned to meet p
again on the second Tuesday in August
it 9 a. m. ei
We learn that unite a number of dis- 0
linullllliail u'nrlfaru linvA k>un !n?!lml to
be present to assist in making thin year1* J
meeting a glorious aucceM. Among the 0
number mar be named Rev. Mr. Well*,
01 the Cincinnati Conference, He v. Mr. i'
Morris, of Haltimore, Ker. John Thotnpxon,
of Philadelphia, Chaplain .McCabe, n
Bishop Matthew Simpson and last, but j,
not least by nnv means, our own Doctor
i|n<l Mrs.?T? McKeudree Beiley. Some of
ihe*e great lightH will undoubtedly make F
the camp ground luminous with their
brilliancy and unction.
We noticed aome of the industrious ^
lcnizeno of the noted I'ulrick't home j*
clearing oil' the camp ground for the pur- '
jioso of holding a national celebration *
thereon to-morrow. As we wended our
way leisurely to the villa in search of .
( inn nf f 1 iik aiilitttantialu nf IITaIo rofp*ili
the Inner man, we met your finished and
famous Monndsflile. corresponded with K
an axe upon hi* shoulder, sweeping with
tremendous stride* toward the grounds
t;? bear a part in clearing away the fallen 1
timber, an he is to-morrow to pronounots
the immortal "Declaration." He boro ^
himself lilco a veritable yeomau. ( t
We resched home refreshed and invig- i
' ruled by a day in the woods in time to C
uke our plsces around the evening o
??ird. Cmatoh. a
0n? marriiTC license wm issued yes- o
today by tho County Clerk. L
bo New Theatre ol War Between
the Danube and the Balkan
Mountain*.
. Y, Tribune.
Military wrltera have described Buliriaa*
a vast fortress, the Danube being
ie wet ditch, the gentle slope from thi
alkan to the river being the glacis anc
ie mountain range the rampart. The
ussians have crossed the ditch and tlx
acls now liea in front of them. Mid
ay between the ditch and the rampart
a line of fine strongholds, which nerve
io double purpose of advanced pout* ol
ie mountain barrier and jxtinU d' appu\
! the fortrewes on the Danube. Verm
en directly south of Cernnvoda;8humla
>e center ol tbia aecond line ot defense
south .of Silistria; Oirnan Baur ami
ravadi are wretched village* west and
isl of Bhumja; and, finally, Tirnova, nl
ie left of tho line, ia midway between
ie Balkan and Bistova, where tho litisans
have croaeed the Danube. Tin
>adsfrom Rustchuk and Sistova meet ?
W Ttlilpn nnrtli n( Tk!- L ?U.
iclent capital of Bulgaria. It lie* in a
onntain bastn a thousand feet in depth
allowed out by the river Jantia, and id
grounded by a forest of linden, chestat
and fruit trees. A tongue - of land
early cuta the basin in half, and on
ich side, as well as on tho plateau, the
ousea are built. At the extremity of
da tongue is an ancient caatle, built on
i elevated rock and connected by a
ridge with the town. The Turks have
ways hated Tirnova, and the town in
dw in ruinH. Its position ia naturally a
sry strong one, .but the artificial deuces
are insignificant. There are three
tada leading across the mountain from
irnova. Two of these are barely more
lan bridle paths. Tho other in by the
ftv pas* of Gabrova to Keaanlik, and
ada over a Koman causeway, fit for ar*
llery, until the crest ia reached. The
ountainaatthiaUabrova pass nre about
re thousand feet hisli. This in mm of
e three deiileH in tho llalkan which miliry
critic* regard as practical for an
Ivancing army.
i hat innj now be Looked lor.
!? York Herald.
With the Russians over the Danube
e war assumes a new phase. Hitherto
itience and labor have 1 been sullicient
;ainnt ail tho obstacles encountered by
e army in Houniama. it wjntneceasary
concentrate a large force at the river
whs necessary t?? move and make seire
initiieii.se stores of provisions and
umunition and to accumulate material
r bridge*. Finally it waa necessary to
lit till the cil'ecta o( the spring Hoods
tdpassed away. IJut the science of loBtics,
though not second in importance
any other of the sciences involved
the prosecution of war in peace1
in its processes, and ita problems are
iscentihle of positive solution when a
oad river euaranteea that they shall
)t suffer sudden interruption. All that
as done on the north fide of the river,
lerefure, was within the domain of the
igineer, and had behind it the certainty
regular calculations. Hut now that
le Russians are in the presence of an enuy
upon whom a policy of rash activity
enmrceu oy mo political complications
'hind him, nil the poHHihilitien of start'
ng successes that ure the results of en?
rprise and hardihood carried to most
ureaHonable extremities, a* well an the
issibilities of the great calamities conquent
unon enterprise misapplied, be me
likely elements of the story and
ill give it a breathless interest from
?y to day.
lioruioilM <liiaiilitle? ot
bit1*.Scut .North Irom Virginia.
NoitKoLK, April 2.?Tho steamer Old
DUlinion carried lft,CRM) packages of
uck (or fresh vegetables) to New York
sterdsy, and the NVyanoke takes anothenormous
quantity to-day, including
!,000 barrels of potatoes. The Hatteras,
Inch nailed to-day at one o'clock for
ew York, loaded with potatoes*, on ac
unt of her deck load Twin# too heavy
td to put back to have it lightened,
'hen in the neighborhood of Town Point
ie presented the appearance of a sinkg
vessel. Tho Boston, Philadelphia,
rovidenee and Baltimore steamers all
irry similarly large quantities of truck,
lie season i* unprecedented for its prolie
yield.
Nkw Yoiik, July 2.?Summer fruits
ro abundant in the market now and
i(>dt kinds are in reach of the poorest,
in'e oranges were selling at twenty-five
mith a dozen Saturday afternoon; lemis
sold at twenty for twenty-five cents;
ie strawberries fifteen cciiIb, and midir.g
ten cenlH.aquart, raspberries twelve
nti* and cr wherries four cents a quart,
'aterun-llon- are also in the market, but
e not sold readily on account of the
gh price, feventy livc cents and one
illar a piece. Large pineapples were
ddled at thirty cents a piece and choice
inanaH at forty and fifty cents a dozen.
new York In tho Hot Nciinoii.
rout tho Time*.
The streets of the better portions of the
>wn, where rich people live, are a silent
id stony desert. The house fronts are
oned, and as grim as the tombs of the
haraolis. In the poorer parta of the
:ty, say along the wards of our own east
do, there is more life. At all times of
ay knot* of languid men and women
tinge in the shade. Slatternly and dir
children, ragged and half naked,Hwaria
n the fidcwnlltfl. The stinliuht mim
[?lly down into a street noisome with
n? refuse of poor kitchens. Indescribalu
smells nrtee on every hand. liveryjdy
in sweltering in suffering silence,
nd the only sign of activity in thu ap<
saranrc of the huckster who drags hi*
nwholeaoino load of garden atufl'through
ip hot street, howling his cry in answer
? hiit nad brother who liewails "rags,
bottle-," an he totters along thu
dewalk. Thu whole picture i* a sirikig
illustration of the moat abject misery
r human civilisation.
ItlisM Parker's .llarriugo.
roiu the Montreal Musette.
Mies Susan Parker, of Boston, with hei
ster, Htonped at the Russell House, in
ttawa, lor several months about twe
?ar? ago. While here she fell in love
itli one of the waiter*, John Fields, tc
bom sho proposed previous to leaving,
fo at first refused to marry her, but hai
nally succumbed, and the couple are tc
t married to-morrow in Boston. Minn
arker is said to be worth $00,000. She
a refined lady, and he, although rathei
tine looking man, is not the posseseoi
t even an ordinary education.
low the Colored llacn linn Ad?
vanecd.
ran tho San FrancUco Poat.
History holds no record of any enalav
il race ranking so high; no progreas st
mrked as that which has attended the
rowth of thu colored people. It spcaki
ell for their capacity and tho virilitj
f our institutions and principles, that ii
[)ite of the "flaunting lie" our flag ?
>ng symbolized, the recently emancipa
?d colored Americana have a right t(
reserve so many names, justly entitled
> honor as both orators and statesmen.
A Prerequisite to Uelorm.
rom tho Augusts, Qs., Chronicle.
The interference of Federal officials ii
lolitics has long been recognized as i
rave natioual scandal, and its rernova
* the first prerequisite to* genuine am
borough reform. pIt remains to be Beer
rhetfcer the President can accompli*!
rhat lie has undertaken in tbm direction
f be can and does, he will hare placet
he country under deep and lasting obli
;ationsto liitu.
C'hnrlej Allen ol Ktcubcnvlllc.
teniM of MomUjr.
There is talk of publishing Chsrle;
Ulen's last decision on the police que*
ion*binding it in Uw calf, and gradini
t as a law classic for the profession. 1
'barley keeps on with another decisioi
r two like tho last one, he will 0001
ttain M high crainenco in law aa he ha
n theology. In fact wo think his prospect
if being a judge are infinitely bettor thai
lis prospect* of being an angel.
> Too .Man/ College* In America.
1 From tbo New York Hun.
The gnat mitlortuna ol the country, >
0 tat aa it? higher education ia concerned, ,
' la theeebalMledgedunlTeniUea in nearly I
! emry townaiii|i, where it ia impoaaible tor
| a young man to get a thorough intellcc>
tuai training, and which are annually
' manufacturing honorary and oilier lie*
1 grtei to be worn by men who do not de- I
?er?e them.
i Hlmt the l.oan o! Twenty Million* 1
[ Taught u illy. I
i Krotu the Newark AdtcrUier.
i The city of St. Johns having bought ,
, her experience and paid for it, proposes I
I to erect no more wooden building, to lay *
I out wide street* and to provide a more
I ample supply of water. I
i FallnrcM. ]
Nkw York, Juno 30.?Thirty-two tner,
_ .j|_ J._ u i :?J-j i.._ c
1 uauiliv miiurcn iihtc urcii rvpunuu uup
i ing the month. Tho liabilities are net
i down In round figure* at two million dollars;
assets one-third of that amount,
i I.nut month the failures were as large,
but the liabilities lean.
"Wiiw an average compositor comes |
to a Turkish name he shuts his eyes and
grasps letters at random from opposite
corners of his case, and not one reader in '
ten thousand ever knows the difference."
And cares less.
A Nnperb Mood Dcpurcut. J
Upon the action of the kidneys, bladder
nnd bowels depeuds the depuration of the
blood. It ia by promoting the activity of
these organs that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
ensures purity to the circulation. In
it? passage through the kidneys, impurities
which beget rheumatism, gout, and gravel
are strained from the blood, but when those .
small but nil important organs grow inactive,
these impurities of course remain,
ami iuevltably produce the diseases mentioned.
Hoatettur's Hitters rouse the kidneys
to renewed activity, by which means i
the blood is depurated. It likewise puri- |
fies the blood when contaminated with bile
"j ti"|, n (jVIIUO Milt CIIL'CIUW nciidll
olthe bowels. and luu the further cfleet of
regulating tlio action of the liver, thus
counteracting a tendency to blliouinesf. C
Dyspepsia, malarial fevers ami urinary
complaints are also conquered by it. coil q
TOKTY YEAJI8 BEFOItfc THE PUHLIO.
DR. C. M^LANE'S .
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
VOK TH3 CURB 09
Hepatitis or Liver Complafnt,
UYSPErsiA AND SICK HEADACHE. |
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increaseson presiurc;
sometimes the pain is in the left c
side; the patient is rarelyable to lie L
on the left side; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of g
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for a rheumatism in the arm. ?
The stomach is affected with loss of
.ippetitcandsicl;:iess; the bowels ill 0
fyucral arc costive, sometimes alter- 11
native with lax; the head is troubled
v. ith pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgenerallyaconsiderable loss
ofmemorv,accompaniedwithapain- ful
sensation of having left undone in
something which ought to have been ^
done. A slight, dry cough is some- ?
times an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet arc cold
or burning, and lie complains of a jj
prickly sensation of the skin; his u
spirits are low; and although hei5 {J
satisfied that exercise would be bene- *
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely d
summon up fortitude enough to try j
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem- u
cdy. Several of the above symp- 01
toms attend the disease, but cases t>
have occurred where few of them exi ?
isted, yet examination of the body, j
after nrntli- hncchnwrn ffcn TH'PD /-?
have been extensively deranged.
ague and fever.
" dr. c. iklane's liver pills, >
in cases of ague and fever, when 5
taken with Quinine, arc productive ?
of the most happy results. No better "
cathartic can be used, preparatory Jj
to, or after taking Quinine. Wo o
would advise all who arc afflicted
with this disease to give them a "
fair trial. For
all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, tlicy arc un- .
equaled. J
, beware of imitations.'
The genuine dr. c. m'.lane's ti
liver pills arc never sugar coated. !,
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression dr. u
mvlane's liver pills. 5
The genuine mvlane's liver h
pills bear the signatures of C. ,,
m?lane and fleming bros, on the J
wrappers. *
ter Insist on your druggist or "
storekeeper giving you the genuine i
dr. C. m?lane's liver pills, pre- j
u
j'uhu uj jj1u3,, x u19uui?u; 1
Pa. ?
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To those wishing to give D*. C. 5(? Una's
Ltvu Pills a trial, wo will mail pott paid to any
tart of the United States, one box of PiUl (or
lw?nty-five cents.
FLEMING PROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
THE H Y C E IA HOTE L, 1
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA.
1 Situated within 100 yards of Fort Monroo. Open
I all tbo year, Special nttractlona lor summer. with
. nioplo lepaclty for 600 gunta. Has nit modern improvements.
?ix dally mailt and telegraph 1
oltu-M. Fifteen to twenty ..tirst-clas* atoeroers land
I dally (except Sunday), 110 yaids from the door.
. Hu|*>rlur beach for bathing at door stops and good
froui 2Uay until November, lloatlng, fishing and
I driving ?i>ocially attractive Send lor circular doI
scribing hygienic advantage* terms, Ac.
. ?uy? H. PHOEBUS, Prop.
Largest stock of meats in het state.
Chester llaius, the best and most reliable Hams in
the market; Sugar Cured Shoulders, Plain i
Shoulders, Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon, Clear (
Sides, Mom Pork, Family Pork. Hump Pork, Pure ?
leaf Lard iu Tlerm, lUrrels, Hair tarrels, Krga,
Palls and Half Palls. Uur own l'roduct?superior
to any in the market. No risk of low and darnsjo I
) to the dealer In handling our mm a. Prices are 1
. now at bottom.
LIST, PA YEN PORT A PARKS |
j i d. prager,
! PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
" Of Churches, Ilalls, Slorea and Dwellings
> in Fresco and Plain I'upcr Hanging.
1 No. 42 12th St., WHEELING, W. VA.
ntv21 I
undertaking.
u
, BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
t COUWBJ CUKMICALLY PRESERVED.
\ CkIIi RMwertxl at all honn from th? Store.
1 WM. ZINK & SON,
i Furniture ami Carrvt Koonu, North K*d Onln i
\ Whrellm Marine jtfl
; 1QAA itOi.LS OP 1
? i^vu
Biautlful and Desirable Patterns In
Wall Papir. ,
Just received at
A. \\\ PAULL & BRO'8,
j*27 1142 Main Btrkkt.
f Ti/fEATS AND LARD-SUGAR
1U Cared Can rued Hutu*, Hugtr Cured Canru- If
??l bltouldera, Sugar Cured Can rued Uroikfut Bs- ,
r mn.PUInStouldm, Clear Sides, Sugar Cured I)riaJ '
IV?(,frt?h from roiokc house d*J]y; Kettle rend*-- 1
!> ?d Lraf Lard, in Tierces, Barrel* and Half lUrrrk
n Ktgsiud Palb; all at lowost market rates.
. M. BEILLY,
Jail 180> and 1311 Main Street.
n nOTOMAC IIERBINO.-25 Hall Barrtli No, I,
A. Just rtceired and for sale by
JalS M. E LILLY, 1109 and 1311 Main tit.
FINANCIAL,
roiui K. Bonvoao, Prut, On. Adams, Quh'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Samara to the
PIR6T NATIONAL BANK OV WHEELING.
Up! taL.??mm 1280,000
Thli Bank la organised and prepared to tnniact
hn buirtnree of banking to alt Ita details.
It succeeds the First National Bank of Wheeling,
a owned by the same shareholders and li under the
ame minagement.
By carefully retarding the tntereeta of Ita Cor espondenta
and Depositors, and by a prompt and
althful execution of their wlihca, ft bopoa to merit
heir esteem and confldenoa.
Notoa and Bills discounted.
Collections made on all points throughout tho
Jnlted Htatea.
Deposit Accounts subject to check at sl?ht roidTed
from Banks, Bankera, Hum, Corporations
md Indlrtduals.
Certlllcatea of Deposit iasued payable on deman d
ir at fixed dates.
Intemt allowed on Special Depoalts.
mmccrow:
John K. Botatord, I Wm. R Simpson,
Jacob B. Rhodoa, Wra.A. Turner,
Wm.A. laett, I JohnLHobba,
A.M.Adams, [ 0.C.Dewey.
Henry M. Harper, | mySl-dAw
Commercial Bank.
Sapitil, . 7~. . . $100,000.
Omen-No. 1308 Main ft.
Interest paid on tfpedal Deposit*. ColJertloiu
ladeaud proceeds promptly remitted. Accounts
( mercbanu and otbera solicited.
DiRKcroita:
Thou. II. Lint, J. L BUM,
K. J. Hmjrth, W.T. Bart,
J. C. Thotuaa, Cbas. II. Booth.
W. A. Wilson,
THO L II. LIST, President.
J. I* 8TIFEL, V. Preat.
B. P. ffll.DRETH, Osahler. jalT
D. C. 1.1 HT. JOSKfll Bxyoolui,
IlKSBV K. I JUT, (ilMOM Lamu,
Wm A. Ian-, IIkkiit W. Lin,
3nnl/ \kl I IT
L?ctlll\ Ul VV I ItJCIIIIg,
WI1EELIN0, W. VA.
pltil, $100,000.
Stockholder* personally llnble and representing
for *500,000.
Betelrca Denoalta nn?l DincouuU Paper.
Deals In (told, Kilvcr, Coin-Draft* ami Sterling
Ixchatiie.
telln Oralis on Kittlnnd, Ireland, France, Gcrliny
aud other pruuiliiHtit pari* of Europe.
Burn and aclla Uorcrnincnt, tflute, City and BalliMd
Bonda.
Interest paid on Special Deprtrit*.
Special attention given toCollcctloua.
D. C. LIST, PreaidenL
G. LAMB, Cuhlcr.
J(>a. HEYBOLD, Aiwtfftjant Caahler. j??
Exchange Bank.
J. N. VANCI, 1WI. HiJl'L lailOUUN, V. P
BplUl $200, OCO
lability of titockboldura 400,(00
fhld Hank auicmli to the biutui-n ol the Mer?
luuita' National Hank, and deala In Coin, Cuujmnn,
ommerrial Paper and Bills of Exchange.
liit?rwtpnld on Spccial DopoMta.
Collcrtlona wade on all point* and pitxwHli
romptly remitted.
Aocnunta ol (Sunken and Hualntui Men milltltod.
Ht?*-k holders IImIJv to deponllurs lurordln.* to the
uuititutlun of the Hute the same a? In National
oka.
mmctom:
J. N. Vane*, i H. Ilorkbeluier,
!> h. DelapUin, j 1). (Jut man,
J. O. llotTmani), I Win. Kliin>;batn,
Harn'l Laughlln, H. Wallace,
Crawford Ituoth, I
JOHN J. JON EH. Cashier.
[10 CAPITALIST*
lr Parllei of Small Moans Desirous of
Engaging In Brape Growing,
Coal Mlnlngor Market
Bardonlng.
account of advanced ago I am dealroua of
Mnglng my residence. and therefore ottbr for sale
ijr farm situated opposite the city of W boding, oc
iu rlfrr bunk, mid *r*y between Brldgfport and
lartlh'i Ferry, and Immediately adjoining tho rllige
of JKtoavlUe. Tho property consists of fid
WJ of hill and table land and 15 of rirrr bottom,
a the hill there are two Beams of coal, 6}^ and 8>d
let thick, three deposits of limestone, an 8 fool
Bin of close texture und or freoitoue.au 18 foot
ein of marl, which altogether make a soil and an
nderlying bed of deposit! of a rich acd valuable
hameur*
On tha surface, the larger portion of which lies
sntly sloping to the east, anu all under direct cxtMura
to the sun, Is a Vineyard of M acroo, mostly
aUwln grapes, all In fine bearing condition, aliout
)ven years old, which baa proren itself able to pay
handsotuo percent to the cultivator.
Tho property b being approached aboro and h*.
iw by an adrancing tiuo of persons seeking small
omeetcads, and Is now roolly the only uuoccunled
Ifrllnr* luilVMn Hrliltfattnrf aiwl \1
' ii valuabloasnn Investment (or capital Backloga 1
tie purchsw, and valuablo to tho*. w ho want war* j
Dt gardening ground close to the city. It fronti I
sautlfuily upun the river and commands a view o( i
jo city, the Island and the whole scenery ol the i
alley.
The Urai o! tale will be one-third cub, balance j
> two annual payments. 8 per cent Interest on domed
payment*, t or further particulars Inquire :
f H1CIIAKD CRAWFORD
On tho premise*, or by mall at Bridgeport, Ohio.
MERCHANTS HOTEL,
North Fourth St., above Market,
PHILADELPHIA, Fa.
Tbli favorite Hotel, with accommodations for
90 guests, has been loaaca by the subscriber for a
;rm of vears. It can be said with coniidence that
lin old Mcrclunts, under tho now administration,
i already an assured success, and It is ray determlatlonto
meet tlte juit expectations of the publlo
i these times o[ lluanclal depression, by Introduc}g
a graduated scale of prices, from 12 60 to f 2 0)
er day, with laard, according to location of room,
bo acrvioe, table and all other accommodations,
lie same to ill guests.
During tho put year many Improvements were
ude, among them a passenger and baggnge Elnvn)r,
thus rendering all rooms of euy ac?*s. Other
mprovementa are In progress, which, when finish- .
d, will place tho Merchants Hotel second to none
i Philadelphia.
The location of the house is one of tho most eonenlent
and really central of any In the city. Tim .
ooms are light, alrv, well ventilated and hard)mely
furnished. Horse cars of various linoa'pasa
onstantly by the door, offering uwy opportunity
o the guests, every moment day and night, to visit .
je'Jo n. LQHR, PuorniKTon. *
rhe Argonaut Mills,
voiuirrly
rHE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
uanufaoturr
/arns, Jeans and Flannels.
VAHX EXCHANGED FOR WOOL
DA WELL A LIST,
mr.'i) Whrblixo, W. Va.
QOMESTIC
BASOLINE COOKING STOVE.
riic uirat Etunomical and Convenient Store In tho
world.
NO SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT.
It iii light and portaltlr and null/ moved hy one
*raoo. Can be uaod In tlinSlttlnx Uooci, Klirhcn
irootnfdour* JUST THE THING J-OttbliJI>1ER
USE. Will Bake U-ttpr than any foal or
Wood btuvc, m the hrol li uniform and eaully rrcilatid.
\V ill Rout all kinda of Meata, Fowls, Ac.
lu Khort this Siotc will do all klndtof work that
an Ik) done on any Cooklnc Stovu or IUnce. and in
ihorter time, u the Store can bo lighted and ready
or iim In two minutes. Tho Oreo cau be hmtM
*ady for Baking In fire minutes. Large numbers
ire now In u?c In different parts of the country,
[Ulng entire sitUf#c;lon The atom can be seen at
J. 0. PAYNES, Agent.
raf% HU Market BL, Wheeling.
HEADS
WILL BE PRINTED IN THE BEST
STYLE, EITHER PLAIN OR FANCY
30LCB8, AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
iVE INVITE AN EXAMINATION OF
PBICKS AND STYLES, AT THE
INTELLIGENCER OFFICE,
25 a 27 fodbtkkmth st.
CENTS. (j(j CENTS.
Will get ONE DOZEN nioe
Card Photographs.
See sample* at BROWN'S GALLERY,
&p!3 Below McLure Hoaie
DRUCCI8TS.
Poison! Poison!
POTATO BUG POISON, pore and ?ure,
for nale by
LOCAN L18T * CO.
An Ohio Merchant
Writes us: "My customer* say I must keep ,
LOQAN, LIST * C0?8 EXCELSIOR
BAKING PORDRR. They won't buy any
other kind." It is unquestionably the beat
Bakiug Powder in the market. Sold by
the best Dealers, everywhere.
Your Horses & Cattle
jxecu attention now and then, There I>
no belter Remedy in tho market than ]
FRENCH CONDITION POWDER.
Sold by
myftdAW LOGAN, LIST A CO. i
IIK greatest medicine of the
AGE I
Kraft'sOlanhoeaCompound!.
UNF.QUAI.ri) BY ANY OTHER NIKPABAT10N
IN THU WORLD lot Iho CMC ol
Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Flux, |
Cholera Morbus,
Summer Complaint,&o. (
In HblvcrMl u?o for FIFTEEN YEARS!
HAH NKVKK FAILED IN A MINGLE CAME.
KEEP IT IN YOUR HOUSE.' ,
TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU TRAVEL
8ol?l with n Ruarcntee?NO CORE, NO PAY!
K?i Certificates, from prominent cltlteoi ot till ,
>nJ other Statu.
Vaf uln liw ?lt IWiiiuUi. -?-1 ???i? - ????i
. ?uu i/vnirrn lu mcuicIum,
at 60c |?r bottle.
R. A. McCABE & CO., I
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, j
WHEEUNO, W. VA.,
nijll SOLE PROPRIETORS.
ALIUS GET^THE BEST I j
REED'S
COUGH SYRUP! .
Do Not Neglect a Cold However Slight,
For couons. COLDS. HOARSENES?,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, tc., use
REED'S COUGH SYRUP1
There is no Preparation equal to it Try
it hu?I be convinced. "
UlCMKMBKKt Ask for "kkkd'h Couoh
SYHOr," and bo sure yon get it. ]
rmok 25 cents rsii bottle.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Wheeling, W.Va.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES.
niyl2 i
BftATO Skin
JjWAIlLISIIED IN 1837. I
J.NW-SOM VAMCK. | W.B. HCQHK3. | A. 0. W1MCI1I1
VANCE, HUGHES & CO., '
8UCCB880R8 TO f
VANCE &. ADAMS and C.D. KNOX & CO. j
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
Boots and Shoes,1
No. 1301 Main St., Wheeling, W.Ya.
ja8
P I A N 0 Q "'i-Oftarf, (inrrMewood (notuKxl
l iMiiUO overaix monlhi),only 1180: cost
Wew llanos at wbolonle.
DnGANS"r"t,*rK?lt?. Nearly new, 120;
' Btopa, |S0; 0 itopf,
156, 7 atopa, 2GU; 9 Btora, 65; l'J atops, 855 to 578.
Rare ojiportuulUw. flew orKiinaai wholesale. Bo*
ware Imitations. Heat oiler ercr made, read. Sent
an 5 to 15 data' test trial. Money refunded and
frtlRhtnald bothirayalf unaatlsfactory. Eat. 1856.
Agents Wanted. Discounts to Totchcra.MlnUtern,
Ac. Address DANIEL F. DEATIT, Washington,
New Jeney.
$fifi a *2?k?,n jrour ?*nTcnni and 96
lire, ii. nai.t.r-.M <* uu.,
Port land, Maine.
To Rational Invalids.?In ilckneas every portion
of the iKxtr svmpathitea with tbosoatof the ili?oriler.
When the stomach fail* to perform Its function*,
the liver, liowcli, nervM, murclus, vcini, arteries,
Ac.. arc all more or lets affected. Three
delinquents require a medicine, combining the
properties of a stomachic, an alieratlro, a purgative,
a tonic, and sedative to tiring them tuck to
their duty; and all thi-se element*, iu thuir purest
atid uio?t effective form*, are united In
Tarrant's EfTerveacent Sellzer Aperient,
the great Kallne Remedy for Indigestion. nnfl Iti
concomitant conioiuenws. So!d hy all drugghts.
$ R 5 o t77 Wf*k ,0 AE'nU- ?10 Frtt.
W3t- ?// P. O. VICKEHY, Augusta, Me.
CIO a day nt home. Agents wanted. Outfit and
terms free. TRUE A CO., Augusta, Maine.
Drunkard. Stool
1" 5
C. C. BEERS, M, 0. (forrnprljr of Boston) Hit a l
harmless euro for INTEMPERANCE, which can bo
given without the-knowledge ot the patient. Alio
one lor tho
OPIUM HABIT,
I'ermaneutcuresguaranteedlnboth. Kend stamp |
lor evhlcm-c. Aik druggists for It. Addnws
?? - BEERS ft CO.. Birmingham, Csnn.
O fr Extra Fin* Mixed Cards, with name, 10 eta., i
40 repaid. L. JOKEB A CO., Nunu, N. Y. c
$5 to $20 nrl^'^r,4,?om.&h '
Maine. Jy'.'-eodAw
7:H0 ~
For rote, at the National Batik of West Virginia, ]
a limited aiuouut of the 1
First Mortgage Bonds or tho Wheeling
Iron and Nail Company,
Bearing Interest at the rate of seven and threetenth*
| it centum, parable semi-annually. '
The holders uf the Honda of the Wheeling Iron
snd Nail Work* Company maturing February 26th,
isib, wou max wnn to uo hj, can excuauge tho
aania for tho Bond* o( the Wheeling Iron and Mail
Company and rocclre the dlQcrcaw o[ Interest lu .
montr.
Full Inforaation in regard to the Bond* mar bo
obtained at tbo National Bsok o( Wcat Virginia,
or bj application to
>a7-w<n C-D-""BB.t%?85'i&.?
-J- WESTON'S
jfi DIFFERENTIAL
W Pulley Blocks
I H ALSO KSOWW AS
I II Doyti'i, Hall's and Bird's,
tJFl KAKOFACHJMD IXCtCfllVf- ^
lYf* Yale Lock Mfg. Co.
HKSir *. TOWMI, rm
BRj.'l STAMFORD, CONN.
Ilold lbs I/wl luipcDikd at
I- . J ? any point.
& jW Enable one man to do the irork
oI four w ftT#
STOVES ft HARDWARE.
[lie Cheapest,
The Best,
The Large:
COOKSTOVI
In the Market ii the Celebrated
VALLEY STAR
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY
A great Toriety of other Cook Stovei ?
ways on hand. Sloven Rimraulee
Mtrbillud Iron (ltd Slate Ninttli.
fuailK.! aaJ OI.I. U 41.. a _
iwtaivno iiu oibio neuritis, ap.
Call, examine and nee jiricei before jiu
>Mllgdi?*htrt.
g F. CALDWELL.
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantle:
?oinmou Gratei, Tile and all kinda i
Terra Cotta good*.
Galvanized Iron Work and Ti
Roofing,
rnnrrni'd tvittt t muni vru> ?
"? " n VVHIIUBICJ it
80RTMENT OF
COOKING STOVES
Lnd House FurnUhiiiff Goods. We ca
special attention to the
'eeriest Radiator Shaking Grate
Phe moat complete Grate In the marke
t can be seen in operation in Mr. Fran
toen's fino residence on the Wand. Ca
md exauiuo.
1507, 1509 * 1511 Jtlalu Hlree
iear O. A O. It. It. Depot. nir9
^RE YOU GOING TO MOVE?
Don't You Want a
NewCook Stove
rhe BEST and CHEAPEST BT0VE8 I
THE MARKET can he found nt
No. 14SG Main St
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHER
First-Class Stoves
C&u now be booght Cheaper Iban ever
before.
ILL 8T0VS8 WARRANTED TO PI.EAHI
Don't fail to call and nee our stock bi
ore purchasing.
I0SEPH BELL & CO
ARLINGTON STOVE WORKS,
*o. 1426 Maih St., Whkei.ino. W. V;
mrl'2
f. n. CALDWBLL, A. *. MITI1, A. X. BTKVJOHO
Prea't. Brewer. Managi
SMITH & CO.,
3r?wera, Miltiteri & Hop Deilen
Having thoroughly renorateJ the Whwlli
Imwerr, and ehangfj lis entire mnna?nient t
uent, we are now prepared to furnlih
SMITH'S CELEBUATKD
JITTER. PALE A KENNETT ALES, PORTER, Ac
Fully up to theitandard which hu heretofore gUi
bun inch sitvuilTn repuUUou.
We respectfully aollrlt your patrona**.
I?? ' * _ 8MTTHA CO.
J" A MRS I* ITAWLEY,
Moroliandliio Broker
And REAL ESTATE AOENT.
mJ/mm uegotiaUd lor Lendcra anil Borrowei
1230 MAIM STMKT.
my4
w. mcconnellT"
No. 153 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Manufacturer of
Urd Barrel!, Half Barrels. Apple and Flour B?
rvli, Hum Tiertes, Glass Iiarreli and
Cult, Butter Kqp, etc.
"REPAIRING TROMPrLY ATTENDED T
fflrtMlt
QHILDRKN'S
CARRIAGES
K "peciality. Trices toiuit all clusei at
12th Street V?riety Store, No. 3f
ra?24 WU. HINO NICOLL,
.??jtts,PORTABLE TURKISH BAT
I \MftRi ? V h?" A'lanDl.urtac M. .11. ?U-?I Rait, II
IM;?H fftjfcu. Hyrtltii. Vlw
^U] (i?rticsl *r?, t Ul or wo J lUap Va
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
Communication to Gentlemer
PROM
l| H. LIIMGEN,
Q Merchant Tailor.
Determining; to oloso out my entire itocl
of GENTS' FURK18HINQ GOODS, fo
a the purpose of discontinuing that hrnnel
of ray business, I therefore offer to th<
public uiy entire stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
J. This la done for the roaion tbut inv en
il. large<l Merchant Tailoring Cnotom Trad<
requlrei my undivided attention.
? Merchant Tailoring Department
_ Having roctbed my wholo atock o
8PBIN9 and SUMMER WOOLENS, 4c.
I am propnred to make op to measure al
Wool Cuslmero Suitings from $18 00 tip
wards. With a largo atock ot tlio moit dc
), lirablo gooili on hand and faciliticn fui
turning out the moit Fashionable Clothing
,[ I can gunrantco pcrlcct aatiiraction to al
onitomtn. Give mo a call.
? H. LUTGKEIET.
MERCHANT TAILOR,
8 inyjg 1230 Mnrkrt Jit.
v Thos. Hughes & Co.
| MERCHANT TAILORS,
t.
Comer Twelfth and Water Street*
U WHfiELINO, W. VA.
Wo are receiving additions daily to oui
already large and attractive stock of
r 11 viwi rtva,
CLOT IIS,
CA8SIMKUES, nnd
M Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
FOR SPRING A SUMMER WEAR,
And believe we can offer superior iwlnce
Iments to any needing
Clothing Mado in a First-Class Manner
We will hereafter wake the following
discount to CASH nnd PROMPT PAY
INQ CUSTOMERS:
' Six run cent ofl' if paid in 10 days.
Five per cent off if paid in 30 days,
from date of delivery of clothes.
j. PLEA SB EXAMINE OUR STOCK A XL
PRICES.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
mylO
' J.H.STALLMAN &C0.,
Merchant Tailors!
I We are coiutantly receiving
new finnns
? w,
FOK Till
Spring and Summer Trade
And always keep one of the LAUGES!
\ AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
OF GOODS in the city.
All the NEW STYLES
?onPlain,
Stripe and Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds,
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
Spring Overcoatings.
Aud all goods usually found in n find-clam
establishment. A fit line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Always in store.
THK BEST I'LACK TO KIJY SHIRTS
in the city."
^T-CftU And look at our goods.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling,
myl
5 New Goods!
i.
? SPRING and SUMMER
r.
t
, C. HESS & SON,
in
_ Merchant Tailors,
OOR, 14th AND MAIN 8TS..
* Haul |uit received their large and elejiaa
itock ot Goodi for;|
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
Kmbraclag all aiw deiiuni of
" Cloth*,
Caiaimerea,
o- Vettings,
Suitings, and
Spring Ovorooatinga
Whluh will In made up ta the (teat Htyle,
i.
rUIOi L.LNE UK
H GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
WB1TB LHIMTB MADB TO OBIiBB.
J Wo Invite the pnblie to call and ejamint
M oar stock, feeling assured we can offer bq
perior Inducement*.
o. mrlTS C. HESH & BON.
TRANSPORTATION.
JJA.LTUIOUE t OHIO BAILBOAB CO
JSAMEBHE9HBB
1 On and alter Mar 14,1177, Pm*D|? Tralm wll I
If* aa follows Wheeling Tlmat
No. S. No. 1* Ho. I. NMP
Riin* bound, dally. dally.
IMVW- A. K. A.M. P. M. A.M.
. Whrollai 4:40 10J8 fc? TM
' ArrlTuat? p.m. r. M.
Oraltoo *01 kU 10:10 4U0
p. M. A. M
K*7wr 1MB 7:00 US
Cuubetltnd liB 8:00 2:4B
Martlcibur* i 4*0 fclO
Waihlngton aty... 7:20 7tfl0 ....
llallliuuio liM JhOO
A. M. ...hm. P. M. i........
c Philadelphia... fcoa i:4A ........
? New Yoik .. .. i.M tMWW 9:00
r 'Pally eicrpt Monday.
!l No. 7 itopa at all AUUonaboiwMn Wheeling and
o Cumberlind; No. 48 atopa at all Htatlona Utwecn
Whwllni and U radon.
JgoTiT
wkht-dockd. | dally. I No. 2*1 dally.
Lcare Wheeling 7:4.U.M ?:10f.M M5r.ll
Arrlreat?
Zancavlllt.. 11:10 " 8:48 ? j:0? a.M
Mewk?.. );0op.m10.00m fcia "
Coluubui 8:00 " MX! "
Uanduiky ..... fclfl ' 9:10 '
? Dayton ...... 7:80 " 1:53 r.M
5 Cincinnati ~. 8:00 " ... ., lo w a.*
LouIitII# 1165 AM ... r.mr.M
Indianapolis. I1:'28pm 11:40 11
HU I-ouli S;C0a.M ... *0) ?
Chicago ...... 6:00 " 7:00 "
Dully mtoi>t Sunday.
Not. 8 and 18 inalrecloae connection at Columbus
. for all pointi .South and Southwest; at Chlcagu for
' all points West and Northwest.
hut-bournl trains make conn cotloun al Baltimore
. for Philadelphia, New York and;IJoeton. At Waah1
lDKton Clly ror tall iiolnts Nouth.
West-bound trafni make direct connections for
all principal point* Wcatand Northwest.
l'ullinan rulaeo cart on all night tralna.
r wiikeuku, rrns. 75u haltimobb div.
*Lrares daily? 'Arrives dally at
I Whccl-iijj 8:80 a. tn. Washlngt'n,I'a.ll:0A a.m
5:23 ji. ui. 7:10 p.m
E*c?'pt Sunday. Except Bnnday.
Ticket* to all principal points on nk at Dopot.
Office open at all hours during tbs day.
i I - ?
4Z1U3. 11. nilAIU',
_ _ ? Mulw ol Tnmnortatlon.
R. T. DK\ RlhS, Ouii'l Agaut . inylfr
CLKVKLANl) ,t I'lTTBBURdU RAILROAD.
_ voNDHSasn Tins CARD.
fi5a?3gBaB3Baga
On and ?ttcr lUr SOtk 1B77, Train. Kill ran
1 dully (except Bunday) m followa, Tlx:
accom. mail. rxriim.
LKAVK.
IWUlre B:M A.M 11:00 A.M. 310 p.m.
Hrldgpimrt <J:0* ' 11;10 ' ft:*) <
Martini Forty... C:i:t " 11:1S 3X7 '
La Orange (148 " 11:93 4:00
HfcubenTllle 7:00 12:09 p.M 4:18
WelliTillfl 8:20 13.1 ? 6:60 "
Bochettor... IhJO " t/J0 0:40 '
ABHIVK.
' Plttaburgh?. togs 11 3:10 " 7:46
Altoonn 6 55 P.M. IM0 " 12;C6 A.M.
llarrliburg 10:66 " 2:10 A.M. 3:60 "
Baltimore 7:43 ' 7:45 "
Washington .... fcia u 12 "
Philadelphia 300 a.m. 7:00 " 7:85 ?
Now York ?J:3fl " 1015 10:35
. ariivk.
Alliance 10:57 a.m. 5:10 T.U.
lUrrnoi 11:58 ' 5:Efi "
iluilMin 12:80 r.M. 6:24 ' ?....
Cleveland 1:45 " 7:80 '
ARRIVE.
KLWoyup 11:45 2:S> a.m
Chicago 6:80 a.m. 8:00 " .......
' Stntbenville A mrnimalation?Len vea liellalro at
4:40 p. hi.; Ilrl 'kfjmjrt it 4.66; nud ur riven at SteuIx-uvlllo
ut G:15 p. in.
leaves MouJkuiviIIc lit 7:15 ft. ui.; uvlvea at
i Br<Ji;ctxirt at 8:55 a. in.
.S(iM'iul ucrniumodatlun trains leave He]lnlru at
it iW h. iu. ami 12:45p. iu. ; brld^eikitt at ims n. in.
ami 1:00 p. m ; arrive at Martln'a Ferry 9.55 a. ui.
ami 1:101?. in. K*turnlni( leave Martin'* Kerry at
11:25 a. n?. and 8:110 p. hi.: Hrldgeport 11:35 u. oi.
nml 3:40 p. In.; arrive nt lfcllalre at 11:50 u. ui. and
. 3:55 p. in.
HckrU to all principal point* In tho I&At and
W?t can be procured at the Uolou Tlrkct Olfloe,
McLure lioiine, and at tho italiou at Bridgeport.
K. H. MYERh,
' _?ii f20 General Paffcnger and Tlciot Agent.
, niTOBURUII, CINCINNATI & HT. I/JUM
I HklLYiAY?J'AA'-JIANDLH SOUTK
The Dirwt lino to tho Northwmt, Weat and
South weat.
CONDEN3KI) TIMR CARD.
1 Taking edict Juno 24, 1877.
To lh? lifeif and South (tIx Zanoarlllo).
1 titnl 1'arittc
Lln?. Ex. Aecom'n
iiSito ZauMTlllo. tt:60p.H ZZI!Z
Arirc LancMt*r..._.. J):6J " 4:4ft
Ortlfrillo ?? 10:60 ' 6:i? ' _
Wiablagton 11:67 7:15" t7a?A.*
Wilmington 12:62r.M 831
Morrow i;w ?? ifci6 "
Cincinnati.. a;io " io;fs
To the West and South (?U CcAmubtn).
Fiat **?c'!c~in.
LI nr. Ex. Hi. Mill.
L*axp~ P. M. A. M. r. M. A. M.
MlUbOlglu 11:33 *8:80 |3:40 f7:05
A. m.
Btcubonvllle 10'J 10:07 ftl6 0.10
Deuolwn 2:45 :i:M 8;S? ll;55
.. , r * P.
Newark 0:00 2,17 11:25 7.25
Columbia 6.25 ?3;50 1**00 fl0;00
Arrlro1/jinlon
7:20 4:4S ?;05 11:00
, P- *
\??nli Si20 flt42 8:15 12:15
1'aytou .._ C:ro .... 1:15
I daclnnitl .., 11:55 8:00 6 80 M0
A. M.
T ouliyjUe ..... 12:83 11 30| 7:15
' To ^'lt anit ^'ori^vttl (tIi Coluinbut).
Fiat In J. l**c'Ic Ch'go.
Line. Fx. Kx. Ex.
1/HTO- A. m. a. V. p. m p. m.
Columbus .. in-on ? ?.?!
! Arrive? r. M.
1 JTrtani ft45 7:40
tf.Oi 0 4(1 9:W
Eichmond ift'f. 8:16 8 30
r. m.
Indianapolis..... 12:33 0:15 11:24
1 St. Louii ........ IfcOO .... Af;80
U)?il?liOrt....^..M 4 00 3:0 ^ 3.00
I'hTcuo 8 30 7:30 7:60
. ftMllv eicrpt Eunday.
1 , ?i).Pullni?u Drawing Room nod Hkeplng Cara
from otcuhenvUlo and Columbus through wMo?/
rhanyt to Cincinnati, Louisville, Imllami|Kjlls and
St. Lou!?, and from Coluinbui to Chicago.
. The pleasure awkcr- or those seeking Jloma t*
Ihn IVtJ, ahould tall on or addrraa the undersigned
tor through tltuo tablet, maiw, land circulars and
further Information. vv. L. O'BUIKN,
(Jeu'l passenger aud Tlckct Agmt, Ho. 219 High
1 street, Coluuibua, Ohio. my 17
TUTT'SPILLS
A distinguished physician of New York says:
" It i? astonishing how universally Dr. Tutt'a
Fillaaro used. In my daily rounds, 1 hear of
? them not only nmonff the poor, but their virtue*
aro heralded from the mansions of the wealthy
and refined. Knowing the Inventor from ha
long connection with tne medical profession, I
have great confidence in their merits, ami of late
have often prescribed them with the lumpiest
results in cases where I desired to make a decided
impression on the liver." L.
TUTT'S PILLSI
CUBE 8Z0K HEADACHE, joi-llalne thirty
! _ I rears, sad for*
! TUIT'S PILLS
saws
TUTT'S PILLS as
CURE CONSTIPATION. intra that Iti'f
i am pr?j>?n*l ?a
TUTT'S PILLS |fe
CURB PILB8. H? I?M i?
i^ltd in com
Turn PILLS jpss
CURB FEVER AND AOUE. Bl'IlENOTH
BNI NO, PUR
TUTT'S PILLS
ctrna mucus coLia ???? ?u
' TINTS PILLS i|S!
t CUBE KIDNEY COMPLAINT. t?k?o ?t
TUTT'S PILLS HI
CURB TORPID LIYHR. Mrtooiim
TiiTTm mi M C_K* **
lUi 13 riLW::toS;a,
iMPABr Apprrn-e. new you*.
, JCE! ICE! ICE!
CBY8TA.L ICE, WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
at th? lowMt mtw. Dell tore! at tha can aad
twmbotU, wpll nnckad with MWilust; alio to ail
parta o( the city. Onlera by null will rod re
prompt ittsntioD, at ?a 1430 Market atrwt, our
roatofflce, Wheeling W. Ya. woa^w,^rtc^Uit.
B 0 HTKINMETZ,
Piper Box MiBufioturtr,
E0!* 1S1..fn.d 12,1 ^0 8trMt? ?p ?u,r? (old
B Union H* 'ii.1! "JT PTeP*ml to mtkt all klndi o1
. Fhuct andj*Uln Piper Boxm Id aa food it y le and
at aa low jirie? aa any houaa In the country. Or.
dera from the ccunlry promptly attended to.
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