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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, July 14, 1877, Image 3

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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
/ y malt, in ndrante, fottagt prepaid.
001 Tlirw month!.-... 12 M
ill n'OTlbVZ. " 001 ODftuODlb. J1
Delivered ty tirrleri lo aij lfc per weak.
nkmi-HF.EHI.Y.
If mall, I' arlnmer, /Mla/i p/pM
Ow J IM...". t3 00 I 811 KMltkl-.?.11 M
WEEKLY.
Hf wall, <n mhcm, tvtlas* iirjuU
II 601 tli roonthfc.??."..|l 00
hi (lata of II"
In (lata ?IJ( ? ! 52 JUS*
In CluU of Twriitjr I to each.
And ?u <"17 ?? I*"00 ?P Onb^
WT'IIip lo** I'll"* *" lo?tFtabto? Itemlt at
our rink, In -wnrjrynicra.ua
where wither o! the* tan ?? procured, witd the
money iu a
11IK |*TEUJ?lNrWI *i? preacnt daily the
Iiovi In all df|?rtmeiil?, from all quartiraol
the world, w ? " ? ? "unpleto record of load
tventa.
. lip u'KKKI V <? rfln,wl on Thuraday, and can
l? i.h.i ?i ib' nmnicr. In paid en?elopea.r?ad?
for mailt").'- ?**.Vmif a tcpy to abitnt jritndi
und rrlaiM u i(A nnri /raw humtl
HrufCBlliKIM-renoiu detlrlnj to have the
luitv I.MKi LiiiU(RRl?ft regularly at tbeli
fwlJenni In the city and ?ul>url?, ran In
. I v..| l.y Irarlni their addnaa at Cvuutlni
(.' 'in, ?.r lj drop letter tbtuugli the |?rtolticc,
in i (IN'TKIIIUTOIU?.?Ko attention will be paid
t<> anonymous totntminlcatlons every artlcli
mint Iv'nrrouipaolrd by the writer'* real name
ainl udilrtM*.
Hviinru /.film fur hi thould I# eddrturd "Frttt
.1 t \n?i<h?U," and ihtwld in no nut U uddrtued It
?Ithrt individual number of IhtJIrm by mimt.
SblnMligfiiffr.
The HouNelMPpcr'M Lument.
Oh' life Is a toll, and lore If h trouble.
And beauty will fade and rlc hen will Am,
And pleasure* they dwindle and prices ther double,
And uolhlug la what 1 ciuld wlab it to be.
There'a too much of Worriiuentgoes t) a Innnet;
There's to<> much of ironing k<m.'i to a nblrt;
There'a nothing that p?ys for the time you waste
on It;
'I hcre'a nothing that last* ui but trouble and dirt.
In Marrb It la mud: It'i Mush in December.
The midsummer iireeres are loaded with dust;
fit fall the Icbtim litter, In muggy September
The will paper rota and the cjndleitlcks rust.
'I bore are woruii iu tho cherries, and ?lugi in the
And anU in the sugar, and inlco in the pies,
The rubbish of spiders no mortal siip|>o<iei,
And ravaging roachca and daugerous Hie*.
It'a sweeping at six, ?n<l it'a dinting at seven;
It's victuals at eight, and it'a dlsbea at nine;
It's plot ting and planning from ten to eleven;
We ac?ce break our fut 'ere we plan bow to dine.
With grease and with grime, from cjrner to centre,
Forever at war, and fnrevcr alert;
No real for adsr, letf the enemy enter?
I spend my whole life In a struggle with dirt!
FLUTimt FROJI EI.UEK HALL.
l oltn* I l>n?l
iirnifV Tlllf'Vurk
Uai.ti.morc, July, 1S77.
Klltora Intelligencer:
Druid Iiill Park is u beautiful and
popular resort. It contains 70-1 acres,
The original pit relume contained 501]
acres, for which the city paid SI,000 per
acre. The additional" purchases were
made at much higher figures. It is claim
ed by some that the sale of the additional
*204 by other parties, at stich advanced
inures had a very serious, if not fatal
effect upon the gentleman who sold the
500 acres; as the tnansaw he might in all
probability have gotten half a million
more for his land, lie died shortly after
the additional lands were purchased
at much higher rates than he had obtain*
ed. I would be alow to conclude, however,
that this hastened his death, uml
Mtill Himli mitfht be the case.
There is a largo lloclc of sheep, and
about live hundred deer upon these
grounds. Every year they have to kill
off quito a lot of them. They bark the
tree*, nnd in various ways become quite
troublesome.
The street railway companies were ho
anxious to have these grounds bought
and improved that they agreed to nay the
city one-iifth of their earning)* for thin
purpose. This has been done for fifteen
yearn or more. Five years ago the Council
reduced the percentage from the railway
to one-twelfth. So we see that the
poorer class of the people have purchased
and continue to improve these grounds,
The money comes from those who ride on
the Htreet earn and not in family carriage*.
Thus tho wealthy who have their
line "turnouts," enjoy their charming
morning and oventng drives about these
beautiful grounds without money nnd
without price, comparatively. Dues this
look equitable? Still there are on the
other hand compensations (or the
street car population. They need
not keep horses and carriages in order to
visit these grounds. For a nominal sum
the poor may enjoy this luxury mornings
and evenings. And on Sabbath hundreds
of families, where the father and the
mother have labored hard from Monday
morning till Saturday night, and whose
children have been cooped up in the hoi
city, g,> out to the nark where they resl
beneath the deep Miailes on the green
grass, amid springs of beautiful and pure
water* ami me hiii^iii^ oi uini* una an
the Hurroundingt* that tone up both body
Mini iniiul. They take lunch with them.
All hand* eat, re*t, deep, proiuenaile, or
play, m tliev may prefer. Of course I
would prefer that the*e people ro to
church amUend their children to Sunday
school; hut thin they will not do, purk 01
no park. Often zealous,(lodly young men
of the Christian Association v'u'll the
ground* and hold ?ervicei with then*
crowds and deliver futhful mrsiagea
to thoinmmU who never go inside of n
church. No improper game* arc allowed,
and order is maintained hy a police
force.
During the week the park is open am!
free for Sunday school picnics, and the
children have "a nice time. My brother,
with whom 1 stayed, resides near the
park and immediately on the main tho
ronghfare to and Irom it. One morning
we were attracted to the window* at at
early hour by the voice* of (tinging
There were nix large covered express
wagon*, closely tilled with colored Sunday
school children. They were wel
and neatly dreused, and were singing in
concert the familiar song?
"I nred Thco etrrr hour,
Mott grailoui Lmu.
Nu tender voice like Thins,
Un pcicvalbnl.
Kiev.?I need Thee, 0! I nwJ Thee;
Kv*rjr hour I need Thee;
O Meu ma now, my S trior;
I eoiue to 1 lice."
TIih lHsautiful and attractive placc
being free alike to all who conduct tlictu
properly, i<? thronged daily b;
the rich and the poor; by pernoiu o
leisure or of labor; and it it* one of tin
bent investment* a city can make fo
sanitary purpose*.
The wealth of the gentleman of whoti
the live hundred acres were purchase
was bequeathed to his daughter. 8ut
sequentlysho married, and 1 am informer
upon good authority that on the mornin
when the nuptial* wore celebrated hIi
presented her husband with a check fo
$100,000.
The Mansion House, about the centr
of the grounds, in managed by a ver
thorough gentleman, with whose wif
Mm. Ball was very intimate when the
were both young ladies, and who Helecte
ray wife a* her attendant when sho w?
married.
The Maryland House has been remoi
ed frotu the Centennial grounds to th
l'.irk, and re-erected on a beautiful ait
Various apartments and cabinets ai
being arranged and made attractiri
This will still add to the interest an
beauty of the place. I need not write i
detail of its beautiful lawns, lakes, drive
birds monkeys, prairie dogs,ground hog
it* little Youghiogheny alligators, itaalu
ded walks, its lovers retreat, and the el<
giut refreshments at the Mansion Hou?<
F. Ball.
Thk consumption of 58 New Englan
^UommIIp, using annually over 400,00
biles of cotton, is found to be about 8
cent larger than last year, and th
A Comparative Ntatcmcnt ol Ki
trr Katm In Mnnd titles.
The following is * report recently sub
mitted to the Water Hoard of Detroit
[ In (bowing the comparative tu and cos
of water In the citiea named, Clevelsni
stands first u hating the cheapest wale
supply. The report follows;
"I herewith submit a tabulated itate
in en t of the water rates in thlrtj-eigh
cities. The basis of these assessments si
varies that it is very difficult to maltean*
comparison, but any one can by these la
hies find what Ills own assessment wouli
be at any of the different rales. I hare
however, as an example, calculated 111
assessments a first-class house, bavin|
sll the water fixtures, by the rates latel'
i received from a dozen different cities, a!
nuuwn in inn mute given oeiow. UI lliea
, cities ten are mncn higher than Detroil
while only Hartford and Cleveland an
lower.
But the present awenHuient in thin cit;
payn in addition to maintenance, inter
i eit, etc., for the necenanry extension o
the pipeage, while in *onie, an Philadel
' phia and Milwaukee, lot* in front o
, which pipe* are laid are charged frotr
t 80 cent* to $1 per foot front, and ii
other*, an Cleveland, Ilurtford and Unf
| falo, theexteiiHion of the pipe in paid fo.
r in the general tax.
In an additional table I have given tin
rate per 100 gallon* at which water ii
| void in the several cities. Thus, an w<
lower in ino*t instances than in othei
cities, while the water rated lor tho man
ufactorifN and other purposes are an Ion
a* tliev are anywhere.
In fact. if we take into account the
amount of water distributed per capita,
which in greater here than almost any
where, the citizens of Detroit actually
pay much less for tho water consumed
than thoho of any other city. 1 have n(
doubt that if the enormouH waste of wa
ter could bo checked, the assessment*
might bo reduced materially below ever
their present comparatively low grade
Hut if the citizens will not second (Ik
efforts of the board to prevent waste, bui
will persist in their lavitth uno of water
there neemH to be no just ground of complaint
of the present price thereof.
The following in tho table referred ic
ns showing the prico of "water per yeai
for a family of live persona in a first-clasf
dwelling in the citici* named:
Hartford 123 00 Chicago ?34 Ci
Philadelphia - 27 75 Milwaukee 84 fli
llrooklyu ?.. ill 25 Toleilu .. 28 21
Allwny HI O'J ' oulsflllt* 81 5
Buffab .. 4.1 50 Plttaburgh 71 &
Cleveland .. 21 &0 Dotroll 23 i
Cincinnati 43 81
It will be observed that Cleveland is $1
and Hartford 50 cent* below Detroit; al
other cities are higher, and some verj
much higher, than thin city.
Tho following table sIiowh the pric<
charged per 100 gallons in tho citie
named:
Cities Prico, eta. CI I 1m. Price, cU
I Charleston, Mass Cleveland I ?1J
1 from 1 n3 Cincinnati al>
, Kilein, Mast 2 ? Ray Uty lWa?
I Concord 1%*2K Chicago al
Provldfiicn an Kvansvllle ..........1)??2
Hartford 1 irt (ndianapolli 2 al
Philadelphia al*B Milwaukee a2
. AlUanr 1 nl Memphla lUs5
I Brooklyn *2 Kaunas City 2 t&\
1 Jersey City t&alK Toledo lUa2
(Iiwc2u t hI Coluuibu* ~?2
| Hfrni'UM> 1 n I Liularllle >! \
Uochester :i al Detroit ?'i
' Buffalo ~..'i n3
The OraiiRPiiK*!! ami Catholic** a
.Montr fit I.
Cleveland Leader
The Orangemen's societies in Montrea
have surrendered to the Catholic mol
They have done this because it wag appa
rent that to presist in celebrating theii
anniversary in the usual way, by a paradi
and proceaaion, would cxpoae them to thi
fury of a bigoted Catholic horde, and fil
the streets of Montreal with riot ant
murder. For thus tamely yielding thei
rights the Orangemen have received th
thanks of the municipal authorities am
several religious and temperance asaocin
lions, and such Orangemen as have an,
further introat in the proceedings wii
to-day repair to the church designated fo
1 their ceremonies,but not in procession am
without their regalia or banners.
! To those interested only in the preser
vat ion of I he public peace, this surrende
will seem a worthy and commendable con
1 cession to tho interests of law and gooi
order, and it certainly is an llluatratio:
of the superior forbearance and liberality
of Protestantism over the bigotry and iii
tolerance of Catholicism. Hut the cam
has a far more serious aspect. Itiaai
1 abject and humiliating surrender to :
spirit which grows more audacious am
dangerous with every concession that i
made to it. his this sacrifice of the an
cred and inalienable public rights of i
body of Protestant cirizens to the desno
1 tisrn of Ponery, tho crafty and intolenm
tyranny that dotted Europe over wit!
1 inquisitions, planned the massacre of S!
Bartholomew, and haa watered the soi
1 of France, Spain, Germany and Ital,
with the blood of martyrs. It is a surren
der to the name faction that in thin conn
1 try has burned churches and asylum8,nn>
! instigated tho New York draft riota du
1 riiiK the civil war.
\Ve believe it a perilous and unwis
; step to give ltoinan Catholicism any auc
victory in America as it wins to day ii
Montreal. It is n maxim in history tha
1 the iflrontery of Papistry never relir
quished any hold that it has once gained
Having shown that by threat and intimi
datiou it can overawe and suppress
Protestant society in one city, it will no
1 fail to attempt the same process else
where. Having won u victory in Mon
1 treal, it will attempt the same game ii
' New York and other cities of the Unite
! States where Catholic ruffianism is stron
enough to be formidable.
1 Now that the authorities of Montrea
' have promoted and permitted this out
rago upon tho rights of one class of citi
! zens, it is incu mbent upon them to anpl
' the same rule to the other party. Whe
> St. Patrick's day comes round, or anothc
1 Pope's jubilee, it will bo the dnty of th
Montreal Mayor to demand that the use
?i in occobiuiib uiiu jiuuiiu pursue oo uhhl
J ted. No one can suppose lor a morner
1 that the Catholic* would nuietlv subtni
1 to any such restriction. Ihen there wil
be an opportunity for the government (
Canada to show whether the freedom an
equality which it vouchsafe* alike to a
it* citizens, i* genuine or only a sham. J
is already demonstrated that not law an
justice but a howling threatening no
hold* the authority in tho principal cit
of Canada. If the people of the Unite
State* permit any such outrage to bo cot
sumniaicd in this country, they will di
j serve all the lamentable consequent
,1 that will assuredly follow. The surrer
e derof the Montreal Orangemen may n<
r unlikely save the live* of many innocei
people to-day, but they will be saved i
ii the cost of what should be held in a fr?
J country a* dearer than life.
?
d Ho Tun Come to America.
B Trout the IUwkcye.
? If the Sultan i* beaten in the war wit
Russia he can come to America. 11
will find an asylum waiting for him i
? all his various capacities. He can sen
* hi* harem to Utah, and the Governmet
" will not molest it, bat will permit it i
N| send a delegato to Congres*. He ci
J sond his treasurer to New York, whe
he can steal with impunity so long a* 1
divide* with ihe right judges. And 1
f* can send his Bashi-Bazouks to Kemp18
county, where they can keep out of tro
* ble and have all the amusement thi
0 wish, in their own peculiar way, so lot
f- as they confine their barbarities to Ante
" icancitiziJn*,
n ^
The Capital Kemovat Kill nil
a alii /uin ii ? . ..
"i "'ii" (r*?i?ww i runucu luriii 11.
I* Hrafton ?enllne).
" We presume that the $50,000 was pi
in the Mil to pay oft' the mortgage ai
repair the building fat Charleston)
that it could be turned over to, and usi
d by, the State. Our people who think,
0 we have any such, that there in a Capit
1 building at Charleston, and that it wl
* cost nothing to put it there, will be gret
0 ly mistaken if it ahould be located
Charleston.
h OCR MOINDSV1LLE LETTER
MoDDMTILLt, July 13, 1877' jc
Editors lotelligtncer: p
Perhani it would not be fair, Mated in ?
our apacioua Court-room, ai I now am,
to give you a description of our Count/
Court ai it appears to a looker-on while *
in Pension, but the temptation can acarce1?
be milted, end craving the pardon of Ci
the honorable body, I will give a few
itema at leaat. tb
Ai I caat ray eyea around, tny attention
in first called to our Honorable jj
Judge, W. Alexander, who presidea an
though born to do ao. He meets all the r?
difllcultien of the situation with that JJ
calm dignity which nhould alwaya characterise
a man in hia position. 1
Ho in ably assisted in hia ardu- Ul
, oua duties by Kiqi. Felly and liavne, M
and they make a trio of which ?
' we need not be ashamed. Juit now our 1
worthy Prosecuting Attorney, Jaa. E.
Hooton, is standing before tho Judge,
presenting aome point of law in a very .
gentlemanly manner, whilit ltobert McConnell,
grown gray an he has in the service.
now and then pnta in a word juat to
keep matters straight. W. J. W. Cowden ~
of your city in alio participating in the f
proceedings of to-day and ju?t now in ad- v
(Ireusing the Judge on dome point, not of
interest to the writer, and hence I will Cl
not report it. A great deal of the time
of the court seems to lie taken up and has
, been during the entire week in quibbling
on small point*, but as 1 am no law?cr J'
r perhaps 1 am incompetent to judge,
so just consider the remark thrown in
J by way of observation. It. C. Holliday '
is just now urging tho impanneling of a
jury to try a cane in which he is inter*
ested, and the parties in which are in
[ waiting. This looks like business, but (
, he is noted for pushing matters, as all ?
I lawyers, should be, but unfortunatoly
but few of them are noted for it. Seated ;
around tho Clerk's desk, engaged in, no
doubt, to them, an interesting conversa- rtion,
are Esquires J. A. ?)winij, J. \V. fc
McC'arriher and B. F. Mcighen. These
' are all gentlemen of good legal ability,
. and aro anxious, at ail times, to secure
as many clients as possible. J. W. 1'. ?.
' Reid, Ectj., is seated by himself, buiily
engaged in writing, preparing, pcrhans,
( pome legal document for future use. The ot
Sheriff has for some timo been calling for
Hanson Criswell, ]*>q., but as thin is g,
nothing unusual it caused no excitement
whatever, lie is bo busy that he scrcely m
3 ever ban time to get into the court room, ^
> and as he uow comes in his brother attor*
|| neys are coniplaininR that he has kept
0 them waiting, all of which he l>ears with
that meek dignity for which he is famous.
> Heated at different points within the ^
1 bar are our theee young lawyers, 0. 8. I
f Holliday, II. C. Crisswell and U. C. "
Knight, who were admitted to practice at
9 the last term of our Circuit Court, and
? who are now listening to all the proceeding*,
laying up rich mores of useful, legal
, knowledge for future use. But 1 must
not omit to mention our gentlemanly 1
i Clerk, Thos. Finn, who is always on
hands to attend to the duties of his office ,
and especially is he said to be prompt in cti
receiving any fees that may accrue as Co
perquisites to his office. Sherill Hunter ;
$ and his worthy deputy Riggs are jubt as pr
obliging and gentlemanly as men can be
/ in the discharge of their duties. Last ^
but not least I must mention Capt. P. Ii.
Catlett, the eiiicient Janitor; so well does
ho perform his duty that woo be the man j
1 that dares to elevate his feet against the
fine furniture of the courtroom. But to <
complete the picture we see 20 devoted J
1 jnrymen wailing to be impanneled and _
' womleiing why the quibbling does not .
ccase and the business nroceed. Infirivimr
r this picture I have omitted the names cf 1
b two of our most prominent lawyers, viz:
- J. D. Ewing and J. L. Parkinson, from
1 the fact that they aro not in the room.
1 They are no doubt busily engaged at thefr
r respective oflices.
e Locals are scarce now and this is why
J 1 make up this letter, as 1 havcp vrith a
description of our Honorable Court.
f I understand that Rev. Pomeroy will
1 be installed as pastor of the Presbyterian <
r Church at this place on Friday the 20ih i
'? inst. Keys. L. Greer and J. D. Brown I
will otliciate. Communion rervices will -*
- be held in the Church the Sabbath fol- L
r lowing. X. s
|; " c
1 "Hliut every body hujm must be ;
i) true."
f The incontrovertible testimony offered
- bv those who who have used Dr. Pierce's 1
b tavorite Prescription induced the doctor t
ii to soil it under a positive guarantee. Muny ']
ii ladies have refrained from using it on ac- ?
j count of a general feeling of prejudice *'
a against advertised medicines. Let me ask r
. ii question. Aro you prejudiced against j;
' sewing machines because you have Been v
them advertised ? or can you doubt the in* J
genuity and skill required in their inven- 1
tiou? Again, would you refuse to insure 1
h your house because the company advertised .
t. that it had paid millions in losses, and yet .
I had a capital of several millions? Do such 1
y advertisements shake your coufidem-e, and s
create prejudices? Then why refuse to (
. credit the testimony of those who have
j found thu Favoito 1'rescription to be all *
that is claimed for it in overcoming those c
ailments peculiar to your sex? Why sub- j
mit to the use of harsh, and perhnps causp
tic treatment, thus aggravating your mal- c
>> ady, when relief is gtiuranteed, and a posi- J
ii tive, perfect, and permanent cure has been s
t effected in thousands of cases? g
|* W a hash Station, 111., Oct. 21,1S7G. f
i 1L V. PiEitCB, M. D. Buffalo, N. Y.: S
n Dear Sir?Allow me to extend mv most i
t sincere thanks to you for the great benefit c
! my wife has received from the use of your *
- Favorite Prescription. She suffered almost J
ii intolerably before using vour medicine, {
j nnd I had tried the skill of several physi- i
? cians, but to no purpose. Finally, 1 thought ~
b I would give the favorite Prescription a .
tiial, nnd she is now sound and well. '
Very gratefully yours,
w.tS li. A. IIl'ntf.r.
I* ????????
JJ S. COMUISSIONKB'S NOTICE. j
' In llic District Court of the United SUtea for the c
e District ol West Virginia.
1- 1 homas Moorhrad 1 Son )
v?. >Ia Admiralty. T
^ Fteamboat "Star of ilio Wat." J ^
Notice Ii hereby given that pursuant to a decree
of the District Court of the United States lor the *
II District of Weat Virginia, made and enured in the r
,[ above entitled cause on the 80th day of June, 1377,
1 thall at uiy office. No. 1142 Chapllue street, city cf
lj Wheeling, In aald Dim let, on ^
^ TUESDAY, the Slat day of July, 18*7, g
(j Trocoed to ascertain and report,
Firtt, The several debts and liabilitleaof the aald
? steamboat "Star of the West," and their respective
y prioritlea; and,
J .Vrond, Such other matters aa I may deem peril- J
, nent or proper, or any party In interact may rcuulrr.
>* HANNIBAL FOKBBs,
J- U. 8. Com'r Dili. Weat Va.
!B WmtKtian, July 7. 1877. Jy7-8 ,
- fpIIE UNIVERSITY OF WOOSTEK.
" REV. A. A. E. TAYLOR, D.D., Preildenl. J
It i
'? \
A large property and endowment. Full corpa of
cx|wrienced Protestors. Nearly 500 students.
Claulcal, l'hlloaophlcal acd Scientific Coursea, aa S
In Wat College*. French and German taught thtr- I
oughly. Board and expense* cheap aa elsewhere. *
h Preparatory Department taught mainly by Col- J
[tt lege I each era? Logllili, Classical and Normal
n Courtca. AluCUBnorKfTO Yot'xo Womrk.
ill Catalogues muI freely od application to the ntE3> a
It IDEKT, Wooaler, Ohio. Jy4-W,&HT ^
In 7 3-10B0NDS- ' " f
re For nle, at the National Bank of Weit Virginia,
10 a Hulled amount ot the
>c First Mortgage Bonds of the Wheeling 1
er Iron and Nail Company, i
ll" Bearing interest at the rate of *even and throe- t
7 tentha per centum, payable semi-annually. jw
The holders of the Honda of the Wheeling Iron T
and Nail Worki Company maturing February 20th,
1878, who may wish to do so. can exchange the I
saint for the Bjnds of the Wheellnt Iron and Nail 1
^ompanj tod rcccive the ditteranco of Interest In
(? Full information in regard to ths Bond* mar b? o!
obtained at tb?> National Jhnk of West Virginia. V.
or by application to V
C. D. HUBBARD, Sec'f. u
Jett-WAfl at "Top Mill." li
id ~ " a
FINANCIAL.
UN K. Bonroio, Preat. Uxo. Adams, Ouh'r.
ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY I
Bucccnor to the j
lBbT NATIONAL BANK OF WHBELINO. '
iplfcl ~ It80,000 !
Ttili Bank li organised and prepared to transact
e buslneae of banking In all Ita details.
It aucreeds tba Flrat National Bank of Wheeling, I
owned by the same ihareholdera and launder the
me management. .
By carefully manllng tbe Interrata of Ita Cor- '
ridenta and Depositors, and by a prompt and r
ul execution of their wlahee, it hopee to merit
elr eeteem and confidenoe. I
Notee and Bllla dlacounlod. .
Collections made on all points throughout the ?
sited HUtea. I
Deposit Accounts subject to ehtck at light re- .
ived from Banka, Bankers, Flinu, Corporations 1
d Individuals.
Certiflcateaof Deposit issued payablo on demand
at fixed datea. \
IninrMi iIIa?aI nn HnaoUl llawii.
DIIBCTOM!
John K. Botaford, I Wm. It. Hlmraon. ?
Jacob B. Ubndca, Wm. A. Turner,
Wm. A. Intt, I John L. Hobbs, n
A. M. Allium, I 0. C. Dewey. r
Henry II. Harper, | m;21iUw 1
Commercial Bank..
ipital. - ~ . . $100,000. r
Omen?No. 1808 Main Bt.
Intorwt paid on Spodal Depoeita. CoIlrcUona f
ide and procwlii croniptlT remitted. Account* 1
merchants and otbera aollclted.
I
DIRECTOR?:
rboa. II. Uit, J. 1. Stiff),
U. J. Piuytli, W. T. Dart, /
J. C. Thomas, Chaa. II. Ikwth '
W. A. WIImjii,
THOti. H. LI8T, Prwldont.
J. L. HTIKEL, V. Preet.
i P. HI1.PRETH, Caihlcr. ]al?
D. C. LIST. Journ SKYBOIAD,
HKHIIY K. LIST, (Jiiwon Umi,
Wu. A. LIST, IIKMIY W. I.IST.
5ank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. YA. a
ipitil, $100,000. cl
Jtoekholdera ptrronall j liable and rcjirtacullng I
n 1200,000. 1
ttecelrfa Depoalla and Diacounta Paper.
Deala In Gold, 811m, t*oln-l)inlta and Sterling
ichanm.
Sella i)ra((s on England, Iroland, France, Qerinj
and otlirr prominent part* of Europe.
Buti and aella Government, Htate, City and Ballid
Hornla.
Interwtt paid on Special Deposits. I
Special attention given to Colhotlnna. f
1). C. LIST, Preaident
0. LAMB. Cuhler.
J()3. HEYBOLD, AwlsUnt Caahier. jalS
Exchange Bank.
1. N. VaNck, IWt. Bau'l Lacbhijn, V. p.
_ t
piuu ram.oco
ability of Btockhaldcra 400,000
riila Bank lucccetli to the builneaol the Meruntii'
National Back, and dealt In Coin, Coupon*,
inmerclal Pajmr and BUIa of Exchange.
Interact paid on 8|wclal Dopoalta.
Sollec-tiuna uiado on all point* and procoodn .
iinptly remittal. 1
Iccounta of Bankers aad Busineaa Men solicited,
itockboldera liable to depoeltort according to the
natltutlon of the Btate the aame aa In National u
nka. c
oiBicion:
I. N. Vance, i 8. Uorkheiw*r,
L 8. Delaplaln, | D. Outrnan,
I. (1. lloiltuunn, I Win. Eltinicbaui,
jaxu'l Laughlln, H. Wallace,
Crawford Booth,
ivi? JOHN J. JONES, Caabicr. &
FOBTY YEAltB BEFORE TOE PUBLIC. .
DR. C. M?LANE'S I
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
* voa th2 cum 09
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
u
symptoms of a Diseased Liver. 5
[)AIN in the right side, under the L
edge of the ribs, increases on pres- =
Lire; sometimes the pain is in the left
ide; the patient is rarely able to lie t
m the left side; sometimes the pain 5
s felt under the shoulder-blade, and 3
t frnnnrntlv rxtfnrlc tn tr?n of 5
lie shoulder, and is sometimes misaken
for a rheumatism in the arm. |
ihc stomach is affected with loss of
ppetite and sickness; the bowels in
;eneral arc costive, sometimes alter- E
lativewith lax; the head is troubled
fith pain, accompanied with a dull,
icavy sensation in the back part,
fhere isgcncrally aconsiderable loss
ifmemory, accompanied withapainul
sensation of having left undone
onicthingwhich ought to have been
lone. A slight, dry cough is some,
imes an attendant. The patient j
omplains of weariness and debility; I
ic is easily startled, his feet are cold
it burning, and he complains of a
irickly sensation of the skin; his
pirits are low; and although he is
atisficd that exercisewould be bene- ;
icial to him, yet he can scarcely
ummon up fortitude enough to try
t. In fact, he distrusts every rem:dy.
Several of the above symp- !
oms attend the disease, but cases 1
lave occurred where few of them ex. ?
sted, yet examination of the bodv. .
iftcr death, has shown the liver to t
lave been extensively deranged. ?
AGUE AND FEVER. j
Dr. C. J1?Lane's Liver Pills, ?
n cases of Acue and Fever, when
aken with Quinine, are productive ?
ifthe most happy results. Nobettcr
athartic can be used, preparatory
o, or after taking Quinine. We
vould advise all who are afflicted
vith this disease to give them a
air trial.
For all Bilious derangements, and
is a simple purgative, they arc unqualed.
beware or imitations.'
The genuine Dr. C. MSLane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
he lid, with the impression Dr.
VI9Laxe's Liver Pills.
The genuine JI?Lane's Liver
'ills bear the signatures of C. I
J9Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
rrappcrs.
Mr* Insist on your druggist or
torekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. M?Lane's Liver Pills, nre.
>ared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, <
'a. >
Sold by all respectable druggists
.nd country storekeepers generally.
To thoie wishing to give D*. C. M?Lanb's
vtt* pi tu, a trial, we w.U null pott paid to any
art of the United State*, one box of Pills for
Mtuy.five cenu.
FLEMING I1ROS , Pituburgh, P*.
rv miftyrrn 1 i
iASOLINE COOKING STOVE.
be writ Economical and Convenient Stove In the
world.
10 SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT, i
It ii light and portable and Mitljr rooted by one
tnon. Can be ua?n! lo the Kitting Hoon, Kitchen
roototduora. JUST THE THING F6u8UMI
Kit USE. Will Bake better than any Coal or
7ood Stove, aa the hmt la uniform and easily rm?
Intnl. Will Hout all klnda of Meats, Fowls, Ac.
u short thla Store will do all klnda of work that
in be done on any Cooking Stove or Bange, and in
Sorter time, aa the Stove can be lighted and read v
it un in two mlnutea. The Oven can be heated
tady for Baking in five mlnutea. Large numbera
re now in u?o In different parta of the country,
IvlngectlwMtUfec.loo Tb?ntor*c*n be teen at
J. 0 PAYNES igenL
mvta 1?14 Market St, Wtt-Upg. 1
[) ROOMS?300 DOZEN FANCY. VA
DRUCCISTS.
Poison! Poison!]
OTATO BUG POISON, pure and rare,
' tor ula by
. 0_C A N , _J.1S T & CO.
<
<Vn Ohio Merchant
Vriteaui: "My cuitomera i?y Iniuatkeep g
jOOAN, LIST A CO'S EXCELSIOR
IAKINO POUDE1L They wou't buy any
liter kind." It ii unquestionably the belt
taking Powder in the market. Sold by I
he bent Dealer*, everywhere. 1
four Horses & Cattle
feed attention,now and then. Ihero Is
10 better Remedy in the markat than S
FRENCH CONDITION POWDER.
Sold by
my26?dAw LOGAN, LIST A CO. w
rHE GREATEST MEDICINE OF THE
AGE!
Iraffs Uianhoea Uompound!
INHQUALED BY ANY OTHER PREPABA- 1
HON IN THE WORLD (or the cote of J
Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Flux, i
Cholera Morbus,
Summer Complaint,&c. c
In unlvfrwl u*? for FIFTEEN YEARS!
HAS NEVKK FAILED IN A SINQLUCASB.
CEP IT IN YOUR HOUSE,: f
TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU TRAVEL V
Sold with a nuarentoe-NO CURE, NO PAY t
Ota CortlrtrntM, from prominent citlzeiia of thla ?
nd other Htatw. T
For win bjr all DruggUtir and Dealera In Medline*,
at 00c per Bottle.
I A. McCABE & CO., (
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, .
WHEELING, W. VA.,
mylt &QI.R PRQPSJKT0R8.
I iai im ir mfavi n
ILWAIS btl IHt BtSli;
ii
E/EEID'S ?
COUGH SYRUP! .
lo Not Neglect a Cold However Slight, j
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS.
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., UNe i
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
There is no Preparation equal to it. Try
t and be convinced. T
REMEMBER I Aok for "herd's Codoii
lYRUP," and bo Bure you get it. -j
PRIOR 25 CRNT8 PER BOTTLE.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Wheeling. w. Va
OLD BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES, i
my 12 J
cay, Mcknight & co.,
GKXBIlAL AOK.NTS FOR T11E |
Slake Steam Pump.
j IftfrnJift ,, j* I
? ^^BRBHSS^SKSHe* "m
flORE THAN 8,000 IN USE.
letting,
Hose,
Cordage,
Machinery,
And Supplies.
WO WATER ST.,
Pllfttburgli, I'?.
jafi-S
Jnion Depot Hotel,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
:. J. UNGER, .... proprietor.
Tlila IIouio offers lupfrlor accommodation! to tbo
'ubllc, and to tbose whoarrlro In the city by rail,
t present* many advantages. All Passenger trains
f the Allegheny Valley Railroad, Pennsylvania
lailroad, Pan Ilandlo, Pittsburgh, F. W.AC,, Ac.,
ic., land their passengers almost under the roof of
bis House, and guosts ot tho nine are thereby
lived Time, Annoyanco and Expren charges,
luesta of thla Houso are, without delay,on arrival
n Pittsburgh, in quarters, and convenient, at any
loment, to step oil board of departing trains.
4TThe Uoum, pleasantly located in tho busticaa
centra, Is furnished throughout In tho best
aanncr.
"Practically fire-proof.
WTheCulilne Department lia leading feature.
WRale, >3 00 per day. frlS-S
f WESTON'S
DIFFERENTIAL
Pulley Blocks .
ALSO KNOWN AS J
Doyls's, Hall's and Bird's.
MANPyiCTl'BKD IXCLfSlVEtr
BY THE
?25 ^ ,d,? LUUK mTfl- uoIIKNRV
R. TOtVXK, Trw.
y| STAMFORD, CONN.
Hold I bo Load impended at 1
1 any point. *
1 Enabloonemantodotbework
j J *0ur or flve*
2ELECT BCIIOOL? 1
3 No. 13 Tiiirtbkstii St.
MISS SKW1IAM l*sWo inrortu her frlcn.linn.l
,ho public that It U her Intention to continue her
ichool at the attore addrm. Courwot Instruction n
ncludea French. Ml* N. would be pleaacd to add
o the nuujN-r of nuplla now itud jin* with her In
preparation (or College. Lemons In French during ihn
vacation. .
Terw??110; puplla under twelro 17 !0 I
JyVTu.TbJH '
SLATE ROOF
I. the !
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE '
FIRE-PROOF COVERING .
For Brick or Fnune Building*. The different* In -i
Insurance wlU pay the additional co?t over shingles.
Prices beyond competition.
CYRUS M. YOCUM,
apg-diw BTKUBmVILMt, O.
W. McCONNELL,
No. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET, '
Manufacturer of
Lard Barrela, Halt Barrel*, Apple and Flour Barrel*,
Ham Tlercea, Glass BarreU and
Casks, Butter Kega, etc.
wrepairino promptly attendedtu.
mrtt-daw
nnn bags bio coffee
d.,11 ni\ DAVBIPOKr k PAEta
TOVES ?i HARDWARE
lie Cheapest,
The Best,
The Laige
DOOK8TOV1
In tlie Market la the Celebrated
/ALLEY STAF
BENJAMIN FISHER,
>TAR FOUNDRY
A great mriety of other Cook Stovei
y? on hand. / "All Stovei gURrnnte
Marballitd Iron ami Slate Mantel*
Fraaatona and Slate Haartha, 4o.
Call, eintnluo anil flee prieca before ji
iM[ng qliawtwc. rajj
^ F. CALDWELt.
Harhln Slain A Irnn Mantli
ornmoD Grates, Tile and all kind*
Terra Cotta goods.
lalvanized Iron Work and 1
Roofing,
OGETDKR WITH A COMPLETE
80BTMENT OF
BOOKING STOVE
nd House Furnishing Goods. We <
pedal attention to the
earless Radiator Shaking Gra
be most complete Grate in the marl
; can be seen in operation in Mr. Fri
oen'a fine residence on the Island. (
id examine.
1507, 1509 a 1511 HhIii Ntre
ear R A O. It. ILDepot. mr
<^RE YOD GOING TO MOVE?
Don't You Want a
MewCookStov
he BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES
THE MARKET can be found at
Vo. 1425 Main 8
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTOI
AND OTHER
rirst-Class Stove:
Can now bo bought Cheaper (ban eve
before.
LL STOVES II'ARBANTED TO rLRA
Don't fail to call and iee our atock
>re purchasing.
OSEPH BELL & C(
ARLINGTON STOVE WORK8,
p. 1425 Main St., Wheeling, W.1
mrl'2
jpp
BUILDER.
I. M. HAWLB
CARPENTER.
Office?930 Market Btrkkt.
ReaUlcnco-il Fiftbkstii 8trbkt.
ray9
HOR BALE?On Boulh Broadway street Itl
C one Building Lot, 40 feet front by 123 feet 0
'Ineabide treca, and lot filled up above atroet si
mylS JOHN M. HAWLE
JAMES U IIAWLEY,
MorohandiNu Broke:
And REAL ESTATE AOEST.
i?.Loaua negotiated for Undera and Ilorroi
1330 Main stukt.
royl
CHILDREN'S
U
4 A v-, ?
L speciality. l'rlcei tonuit all climes i
2th Street Variety Store, No. :
uiy24 WM. M1NO NICOLI.. Manage
jJNDERTAKINO.
BURIAL CASES OF All HINDI AND SIZE
CORPSES CHEMICALLY FBBSKRVED
Oill! aniweml at aU hours from the Store.
WM. ZINK & SON.
urnllura ind Carpet Boorni, North End O
Whwuin? Mirkrtf J
1. ?""CHAWT tailors.
SPECIAL g
Communication to Gentltmen ?
l*i
FROM
stH. LI N G EN, j
B Merchant Tailor, g
Wi
Dal
Determining to eloae Out my entire atock Phi
[of OENT8' FUBNISniNG GOOD8, for ^
a the purpose of dlacoutiuaing that branoh j
of my baainera, I therefore offer to the Cm
pnbllc my entlro atock of ?
Gents' Furnishing Goods s
7
i. . AT A REDUCED TRICE. gj
Ctel
i al> Thh la doue for tho reason Dint my en* fcwi
>?d. Urged Merchant Tailoring Cuatom Trado
roquiren my undivided attention. Lot
- I nd
frt.
Chi
ur. Merchant Tailoring Department.
L llATing received my wUole itock of Ju
SPB1NO soil BUMMEH WOOLENS, io., fJ
I nm prepared to niako tip to measure all jok
Wool Caaslmore 8nltlngs from $1H 00 up- ^
ward a. With a largo stock of the moit de- l'
J3, aireble go ml a on hand and facilities for w,
turning out the most Fashionable Clothing, *
0f I can guarantee perfect aatlafaction to nil Wi
customers. Give mo a call.
i? T3L. LUSTGKEIISr,
MERCHANT TAILOR, J
AS _ rnj-vs 12SO Market St. C
g Thos. Hughes & Co. j
" MERCHANT TAILORS, g
? sie
W?
Let im
^ Corner Twelfth and Water Street*, p,,
'W1 All
11a
Kal
Jl? WHEELING, W. VA. w.
uu
We are receiving additions daily to our Aj,
already large and attractive stock of It*'
Cle
6 WOBSTEBS, J*!
CLOTHS, S
CAS3IME&ES, and I
4:41
ber
1S Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, w
0 31
t- FOU SPRING ? SUMMER WEAR, IZ
111!
him
And believe we can offer auperior induce- 3:?
i I menta to any needing w<
y Uc
^ Clothing Made In a First-Class Manner. __n
Wo will hereafter make the following Jp
diBCOUnt to CASH am! PROMPT PAY.
_ INQ CUSTOMERS:
5, Thl
Six fbb cent off if paid iu 10 days.
T Five per cent oQ' if pnid in 30 days,
from date of delivery of clothes. ?
SR. mm-PLEASE EXAMINE OUR STOCK A JfV
r RICES.
be. THOS. HUGHES & CO. i*.
mylO Ari
J. H.STALLMAN & CO.,
'A Merchant Tailors!?
i
= pit
We are constantly receiving Dei
!J NEW GOODS, ;
7 Lot
voa tdk xe
8 Spring and Summer Trade ?
j And always keep one of the LARGEST ?
\ AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS
R OF GOODS in 111 a rltv
I All the NEW STYLES wj
-OF- E|<
Plain, Stripe arid Plaid Suitings,
Diagonal and Basket Worsteds, uj
Plain and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
Spring Overcoatings.
And all ^otjdn usually [ound In n Brst-dnAS ,,J
estublithineuU A fll line ol for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, "*
Always in more. g
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY S1IIKT8
iu the city.* I
.jUTCall ami look at our good*.
No. 27 Twelfth St., Wheeling. g
99 myl ar
Mew Goods! |
U " *
SPRING and SUMMER ]
C. HESS & SON, 1
mill,
Imp. I
V. I OHinknn4 TASIAUA
? mci unaiii idiiuift, '
COR. 141!) AND MAIN STS. 1
roil.
l?nv? ja.nt received their Urge ?nd elegant
stock of Goods Ior?|
SPRING AND SUMMER W I <
Kiubraciug all sew dos^as of
" Cloths,
38. Caitlmeni,
r. Vo?tinp?,
? Suitings, end ,
Spring Overooitingi,
3 Which will be made op la the Beet Style.
NC
Ur
ft
g" FULL LINE OF
tJH GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. J
S~ ir/zmr Aif/ara jm/j* ra oadju. cs
at
We Inrile the public to call ud examloe "
jK 0?>t?k|(MlliitunMdv* on offer an? ?!
perior lndaoementa,
11* mrl7 0. BESS A SON. ,
?f? ?f?
TRANSPORTATION.
ALTIMOBE A OHIO RAILBOAD 00
h?m??B
a ?nj titer lUr H, 1>7T. I'MM&IW Trains wljl
't m foUowt?wlwdlin Tim:
Nl 5. *..?? Ho. 1. HMr
HfT- BOt'ID. dill 7. fctlf.
i. *. A. K. f. ?. A. ?.
??"? < h 10-49 r.n
nj?? 11- r.?. ?.?.
'li MS am i?.? Ml
r. m. a. a ...
F*r.....?. iim r.W
ralmUud I ts fcio ?ir,
rtlMburt ....... 4:80 fl:10
liltifftou CUj~ 7:50 VM ...**?
"???? - Ml *00
IU(lo1ph!?... 'iitf
* York 6:?a Bi?Q
Dally unpt Monday.
To. 7 itona at allStitionalviiwMn ?
Kinc V0.16.
WKtT-norwn. dally. No. l? tbillr.
Te WhwlIng IAiim liltr.M tur.u
irriTB at?
11 JO" 8:40 H M5A.II
W*k IrfMr.ll 10.00 M VtIS "
uiabui 8:00 11 BkOQ "
duaky ?:W" 9:10 "
rtoa..... 7*0" ? lisap.H
djHUti 8:00" IftBOAtM
Ilivll e VIM AH 7:45 P.M
l?n?f-olU U:2A PM 12:40 "
5 tOA.il 9:01 M
"Ijo - 5:00 ? 7500 M
U*iljr except Hupdiy.
'o?. 8 and 10 make doer cwunnetiou alCbluabaa
al point* bout h and 8outhw?t; al ChlMgo for
points Wwt and Northwest.
aiJ-bound tfalMmike cvnofctlontal Baltimore
PUUadetphta, M#w York and.Boetun. At Waahon
City for all points 800th.
k wt-buund tralaa make direct conneetlom for
principal points Writ ami NortlivmL
ullman Palace can on all nlgbt iialui
IKBUMti, PITTS. TitD BALTIMORE DIY.
taavii dally? 'Arrtrea dally at
leelmg WO a. m. WaiUlngt'n.hulhOfl a.m
? 0:2a p. m. 7:10 p.m
Except Eunday. Except BunUiy.
Icketi to all principal polnta on aalo at Depot
ico open at all houri during tha Jay.
TII03. B. 8H 4HP,
? Maater of TranapartatlM.
1.1. DEN RIE3, Oen'l Agcut. myl8
LEVELAND A PITWBURC1H RAILBOAD.
CONDBX&BD TIME CARD.
iliH?
In and after May 20lh, 1877, Traina will ran
ly (except bunday) aifollowi, tlx:
accom. mail, i xrana.
LkAVK.
hire 5:55 a.m 11:C0 a.m. 3 10 p.m.
djcoi)oit...MM.. dOJ ? 11:10 " 8:20 '
rtlu'a Ferry? <1:13 " 11:18 ' 3 27 ?
Grango 64H 41 11:52 " 4:00 ?
ubenvllle 7:00 " 12:W p.m 4:18 '
llnville.,.. 8:20 " fcU " 5:50 M
:h?ter... 0:80 " 2;80 ? 6:40 **
AHRIVK.
Uburgh. 10:35 " 3:40 " 7:45 "
oonn f? 55 p.m. 0:40 1JC5 a.m.
rritbtirg 10.53 " 2:40 a m. 3JW "
ttuiore 7:45 7-45 M
mblnuton.. 9:12 " D.12 "
lladefnbla 3 03 a.m. 7:00 " 7:35 "
i* York fi:? " 1015 " 10-.8C "
Mton 4:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
ARB1VK.
lancc ..... 10:57 A.?. 0:10 p.m. ....
renoa 11 M " ft.er, '
12:80 r.u f>:?4 "
velaod 1:45 T.30 "
AHKIVK.
Wayne 11:45 " 2.03 am
c?C'? 0:30 A.M. 8:00 " .........
tmbenviUe Jerommolalion?Lrarw Btllairo at
I p. io.; IirMgepart at 4 33; and urrlvea at 8UuI
vlllu at 0:15 p. 111.
*avra tout-on ville at 7:13 a. in.; arrives at
dgeiiort at ?:&3 a. hi.
i,cdal accommodation traloa leava IWUlre at
) a. m. ami 12:45 p. BridftepOit at 9:45 a. m.
11:00 p. m ; arrive at Martlo'a l-erry 1?;M a. a.
11:10 p. m. Illuming leuve Martin'* Ferry at
25 a. in. aod 3:30 p. m.; Bridgeport 11:33 a. m.
I ?:40 p. o>.; arrive at Bcllaire at 11:50 a. to. aod
> p in.
Ickcta to all prinolpal point* In the Eaat aod
*t can !? procured at the Union Tie krt Offioe,
Luro House, aud at the itatloo at litldaiipert.
P. K. MYEEf,
nv2? (iVllfral Pa?M>nei>r anil Tlrkrt A u..n?.
iITTSBUJlCJll, CINCINNATI d BT. LOUIS
IU1LWAY-PAN-1IANDLB ROUTE.
jsw?abw8b5bgb3
a Direct Lino to ih? Northwest, West >nd
SoutbwoaU
CONDkNBED TIME CAM).
Taking effect Jane 24,1877.
To th* W'ttt and South (Tit ZmMTllln).
Fn?t Fsclflc
Line. Kx. Accom'n
tu Zaneevllla. f8:00a.m f2:g0ia.m
ve Luncantt r.r.^... 9:89 " 4:45 11 ?...
Clrclctllle 10:50 " 3:18 ? ............
Washington 11:87" 7:1#" f7^iAJ?
Wilmington 12:82P.M 8:21 '
Morrow 13H " 9:15 "
_ Cincinnati ?:1Q " 10:66 "
7b I he \Vnt ami South (tU Colnmbui).
Fast Ftc'Ic Cm.
Line. Ex. Bx. Mall.
?ltv0? V. M. a. M. T. M. a. It.
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itrrllln 1*188 1180 7:45
To Ihr WrJl and Korthvat (rla Columbna).
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Ilauapolti. .... 12; 35 8:15 11:24
A. K. A. U.
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:an.i|>ort. 4.00 3:01 8:00
ca?o 8 30 7:50 7:60
Daily. |Dally cxcept Sunday.
iS.Pullmxn Drawing Boom and b'keplng Can
hi dtaui?nvUla and Columbus through toftAeuf
illie to Cincinnati^ l-oumvlllo, Indlsuapolla and
'he pleasure scrkcr or those wokioR JTomu fa
Wist, should civil on or addreaa tho uoderaiKoed
through lima tables, niajw, land circular*and
thcr information w. L. O'RUIKN.
u'l iMHoogcr and Tlckot Agent, No. 219 lli^b
Ircct, Coluinbui,Ohto. trjl7
rufffplLLS
A distinguished physician of New York says:
" It is astonishing how unlvemlly Dr. Tutt'a
lis arc used. In my daily rounds, I hoar of
cm not only nmonjy the poor, but their virtues
a heralded from the mansions of the wealthy
id refined. Knowing the inventor from hi*
tigconnection with the medical profession, 1
tve groat confidcnco in their merits, and of lair
ive often prescribed them with the hanplest
suits in eases where 7. desired to make a decid1
impression on the liver."
fUTT'S PILLSrS
CURE SICK HEADACHE. modlelno thirty
ruirspiLLs ESS
ctnuJjmripaiA SKfAS
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CURE CONSTIPATION. mU* that th?y
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nnie fever and aoue. ^trbnoth.
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i tjrELMim,
Paper Box Minuftoturtr,
?. 1211 and 121S Main Street, up lUlra (old
ilon Bull), In now prepared to niako all klnu o!
dct and Plain Pip?r Boxea In aa good itjlo and
u low pricea ai any houaa In tha country. Orra
from the country promptly attended to.
mrM
CE! ICfc! ICE!
IYSTAL ICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
the lowest ratea. Delltcred at tba can and
auiboats, well packed with lawdnit: alao to all
ita o! the city. Orden by null will receiva
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