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MIOl'K OF A JES ** '
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"Uockofagee,clcftfurmfl," .
'1 houitbiltatly the maiden auDg; *?
Fell the word* unconadontly K
From her glrlub, gleeful longur; Jm
Suug u little cblMma sin*; m
fung u dug the btMi In Jane; m
Fell the wards Ilk* light 1mv<? w*D gr
on the curreutof the tune? ,K
"Rock of ages cleft for me, J .
Let we bile wyaelf m tbee." P'
"llnckof agci, cleft for nr," 'll
'Twaaawuiaaueunglhun now, RC
Pl*mllngly ana prayerful!;; en
Ktery word her batrt did know. ur
R.?0 the eotm El itorm-toar 1 bird
Heati with weary wiog the air, ?n
E?e:y note with aorrow atlfM, CO
F.rery a> liable a prayet: ...
"IVjck of aze>,cl?it for m?, ,
Let me bide inyaelf In thee." ??'
"Hock of agee, cleft for me;" ?ll
Lip* grows aged aunt tho hymn in
HU1tlU(>7 >UU KUUrilJi
Voice *rown we?k and eye* grown dim ,
"Let ui? hide mvaelf In the I" ?o
Trembling though tho fotc*. and low, cu
Row the ecet strain pawcfully r>
a? a rim In its flow; r.
Son/ aa only they can ilng Ul
Who life's stony path* have pro**!; m
Huug aa only thay canilug l.
Who t?holi th< promised r?ut.
I "Rock o( agea clelt for me," .
Munic above a cotfio'a lid, ie
Umloruewth, all restful! jr, rc
All life's cares and aorrowj hl-l hi
Neter more, 0 storm-towed anal,
Weeor more from wind or tide,
Never more (rout Mllows' roll Zi
VVl>t thou need thy sell to hUftl jg
Oonld the alghUesa, suukeu uy??, .
Closed beneath the eo't ijray h.?lr, l"
Could the mut?* and atlfTjne.1 l'ps
Mot* again In iiledUlug prayer, ?
Ptlll?ay, ntlll?their ?<ng would le?,
Lrft we hi Jo mjit?lf lu thoc." |J(
? irdf ILItrU, c/BrlLtU* til
one M\\\ YORK LCTTKU
New Yoiik, Angit.it:?
Correspondence Wheeling Intelligencer.
The feeling on the great alrike ha* en* '
tirely piised away in Uim lection. Tho .
road* am all running, or prepariug to \
run again. Passenger cars arc running Wl
on all the roatla, hut freight traini are ?x
not reinilar vet. Tho irreat difiiirencfi in
standing with ita men ami with each p
other. Let the procesa of cutting under
each be stopped. There is no use for ono ftl
railroad to try to do all the business of {*
the country. It cannot do it. Neither h(
could it afford to do it, if it were at its a
disposal. In the outset of this content 1 th
maue the observation that it was unjust
and unfair for the different trunk line
railroads, in order to monopolise all the
business, to put freight nod passenger
rates down so low that the wages of the M
day laborers mint he continuously cut sx
down so art to make the mock in the ro ad* la
pay a dividend. The business men who to
use the railroads in freighting their merohandise,
and those who travel on busi- ah
ness, ami especially those who summer la
ut the "sea-sides," uro the one) best able
to pay such price*) for their freight and lii
pa?*ago as will enable the railroad com* fei
| paniea to declare .respectable dividends, di
mid at the ?amo time pay their in
trainmen respectable, living tuges. The in- Y
direct cause of the strike wan the cutting th
under process indulged in by all our great li
trunk line* for a year or more past. It id
a clear case that if they carry freight as
and passengers for half what they used
to charge, that they must cut down all br
expenses in that same proportion, otherwise
their dividends would onlv lw> half
what they formerly were. The point I
wi?h to rnHke is, that thing* should Imj ar
equalized on an equitable basil. Stop the
process of cutting under in price* for m
I r eight and passage, and I am very sure K
that there will never again be a striko by di
the trainmen. gc
The New York papers are crowing \\
I quite lustily over the lnct that this State ei
alone proved iuelf able to put the
striken down without Federal aid. Ji
there U no denying tho fact that its mili- Ii
tit win h thoroughly organised condi* di
tion, and can be put in the field by a few ni
hours warning. This should be true of d<
all the states. The Sun, a few days ago. ui
went for the governors of the different le
states who called on the President for aid 01
almost at the very outset of strike* with- a
in their borders. It says that a Govern- it
or who called for military assistance from
the Government, before "firm calling out
altof the able-bodied militiamen in his di
State, and trying them, is and should be
termed an idiot. That is rather plain
iau; ana wnai is stranger sun, u hit* two di
iroon-pure Democratic Uovernors
"luarely between the eyes. It U true that
opposition to Federal aid is a cardinal <
principle of tho modern Democracy; but
modern Democracy aa a rule is not eound
or in any way reliable. It is my opinion ^
that Governor Mathews, of Weat\ irgin- n
it, did right in calling lor Federal inter* 1?
ference, and I commend him for it, and p
*o should all good ciUieni, regardless of l
the imputations and slnrs of the Sun or tl
?ny other paper. tl
A? might have beeu expected, the New ei
iark rannl* ilnn'i lit* iU l^nnMUon ..
pUlform adopted lit Cleveland lut Wed- d
nrida?. Tbey ?r? down on the "double it
tandard,' and on everything that squints tl
?ke liberatingthopeople from thograip li
? ,lh? bondholder!. N'olhing but r
va ?W Md) and bond, unit* ei
^<"k' 1>? no patience! p
??h anr other clan ol men S
? money, and nothing elie could carry,"
ere. But in Ohio it i? different,Ohio it 1<
*ioft money" Bute by 10,000. The fi
>emocr*u litre the loft platform aquare n
ut, without anuirming or trimming; end n
rith a Ggure-nead for a gubernatorial n
andidate, and no fixed principle* in p
teir mind*, and but little honeel aentl* n
tent in the heart* of the leader*, the/ tl
ill neverthelea* make a big run in that tl
late, as the tote in October will reveal, fa
0. W. A. e
t,
lev. frank Do liana on the I'n- b
lure ot I'aleatlne* 'I
The impreaaion prevaila very exten- 1
rely that palcstino ii to be re?peopled 0
Ith Israelites who are now fluttered 1
>road in all lands and that a largo emi- J
ation of this people thithorward has .
t in. Some authorities declare even
at the population of Palestine to day f
double what it was ten years ago. If
lis refers to the Jews the Itev. Dr. Ikape,
who has been United States Consul
Jerusalem for seven or eight year#,
rites to the Chritlian Advocate of thin
ty to aay that it may be true, but of (he g
Hire population it in not true. The
luntry, he says, owing especially to the ^
favy ilrain upon the able-bodied men to 1
eep up the TnrkMi army, in rapidlv a
;ing depopulated ami impoverished.
e?erU'd villager are every where to be C
en. There is lew wealth so ion# the r"
;ople, fewer people, camel*, hor<ei and w
ock of all kinds than ten years ago. .
ruit and forest tree* are also disappearig.
Carmel waa almost stripped of her 8
mbcr for the Huet Canal, and as any Q
nit tree is taxed, whether it bears or n
,t nAir ulnnta.l Ft? ?>!?? ??i
iere appear* to I* finished. There in no
regret, no improvement of any kind, a
here aro about thirty thousand Jews in N
1 l'alentine. They are montly from ?'
uuia, and do not go there to work or c!
ivelop the country, but to die, that they
ay ?le?p with their fathom in holy
ound. They are generally aged anil
tor, living on the charity of their peo- in
e in Europe and America. It will re- ct
lire a different claim of emigrant* alto- ui
ther, nay? the Doctor, to recover thia *f
ir*ed land. It i* true there aro new
>u*cfl goinj* up ouuiue tuectty wan*, out
ostly small tenements, huilt by church r.
mmitteea for the benelit o?.lbeir poor fr
limbers. Work ban been done on those ,a
telling* by night to avoid the hot nun jn
iring the dav, and not bccause there bi
uch a demand for houses an tr
is been reported. The luteal programme v:
r Palestine is not Jewish, but Papal oc- P'
ipancv. The Jesuita of Europe, adds ^
r. Delias*, are dissatisfied with the contion
of things in Italy, and there is a 7
ovement on foot to make Jerusalem the |*
sad of tho Latin Church. Commissioners ^
lvo been appointed to negotiate for tho 2,
rritory; engineers have surveyed a rail. U
1 ad from Jerusalem to Jaffa; money ia u
ling collected for the erection of a mag- Q
Ccent palace for His Holiness on Mount ^
ion, to which the wealth of the Vatican a
to be transferred. There the successor N
1 Pins IX. is to b? installed, and the m
Jity of the (treat King" is to bo the fn* m
ire head of the Pontifical See. Russia, *
jwever, may have something to say on g
iciiiiure <w<ipo(iuioii oi raieftiine. K
iiuii> NroniE-s. "
? V
lie Srcc*?Itj of Frc*!i Air - Ifnb- U
it* oi the t'unary. {J
orn Applelua'a Journal. p.
A* a general rule, you cannot give a L"
rd too much fresh air. Kren in the
inter time, although it i>? never nafoor
pedient to hang the cage in the window,
U advisable to throw opon the window j,ice
or twice a day and let in the air. S:
inaries are tender creatures, but they 6
ill Mand a low temperature?aa low as
r ucgicvo? piUViUlUg IUCV oe OUl 01 a!
? reach of draught*. A temperature gi
it lu\rer than CO degree* is perhaps more f
nimble, and thi* Hhould be maiulained ^
ly and night if possible. More birds J]
cken and die from disease contracted by p
cpoaure to night chillines* than from
ly other known cause*. Again, the air e;
the room should not be overheatou or
ifiused with ga*. If of a morning you C
lould chance to observe the mime tinge li
ithering on the wings of your canary L
tat h constantly noticeable on silver n
ate in winter, the chances are that coal
is has much to do with it. On the otli- "
hand, the odor of tobacoo amoko, inead
of injuring, seems to have the tenincy
to improvo the brightness of the
uiuage, and at the name time to put ui
ore vigor into I he canaries song. Were st
writing without aome experience, I al
ould unhesitatingly aay, never subject 1
mr bird* at all to tobacco smoke, liut F.
eta seem to controvert any counsel of
e ordart far mv own birdd.
bacco ih lighteJ, will, if the ca?o doors
a open, imediately fly toward the ntno- CI
;r,and vie with oach other in getting n|
to the denseat cloud, Having annfTed $
o aroma, Ihev wiil light upon the hIiouI- n
ir, or the back of the chair, and pour L
rth tho sweetest harmoniea of the day. ai
irmit-me to auggeat, then plenty of fre>h w
r, and even moderate temperature are. 7
c;wjpnall_v tobacco amoko. Be auml .
iwever, that during and after smoking f
current of freah air ia allowed to paaa j,
rough and to ventilate the room.
A Very Proper Prisoner.
troll Freo Pre*.
Her name will go down to poatority u ttl
ra, Margaret Jonea, of Croghan atreet, ^
>d a huudred yeara hence it may be re- Bl
led that ahe made a very profound bow n]
the Court, and imprennively remarked: it
^Sir, I am a very proper person; ax I L
all prove, and I munt be treated aa a 9
dy." 6:
"Certainly, madam, we are alwaya wil- ^
ig to extend the utmoat courtesy to the u
male aer. Let me obwrve that you were ?!
ccovered hanging to a fence laat even*
K?not by the neck, but by Tour hand*. ..
uu were'calling for Henry in a very i,
ick and husky voice, but there was no
enrv."
"Did you erer hear of vertigo, sir?" she
ked as ttho stepped back a little.
I have, madam, butitdoeau't make the <
eath smell ot gin." &
"Sir, I vu attacked with vertigo, I am J
bjecl to it." 5
"Are you ludject to calling for Ilenry, 1
id to biting and kicking policeman?" p
"No, sir, 1 am not; but under the im- p
ilse of the moment even the Empress ci
ugenie might cry out and struggle. Why D
ilu't thin officer ask me if 1 wanted to 2,
> home? Why didn't he escort me home? J
Thy didn't he procure a Iandeau and as- ?
st me to my rMidonce?" \
'There are several reasons why. Mra.
men. In the firm plaaeyou were drunk.
? the second place, Iandeau* don't go
riving around town at 15 o'clock In tne
omiiig. I know all about your resi- *
snce. I had the whole crowd here one
orning, including your ooachman, but- J
r, footman, dairv maids, ho?tler*, and so ]j
i. They are not out yet, and it will be 5
sort of grand reunion when you walk &
1." d
"Sir, I do now a-peal lids case."
And I do now appeal you tor thirty 81
lys unlea you-hand over $5." *
"I will lend for lawyer*, *ir."
"Please don't. Please go in and alt
jwn."
"I never, never will." a
rnM.a ? ? ? ? -
...... ..??? .ur auirc u|?crnilT?l, r
The Boiton Journal uj?: ,rXever j
cforo in the history o! Lynn, m a ?hoe
lanufacturlng city, has the shoe busineis
sen to dull a* nt the present time. The
eriod following the 4tb of July until the
of Oo tuber ha* always been considered C,
lie busiest time for shoe operatives; but r
to present year is an exception to tho
eneral rule, and unless buimexs picks i
p thsre will bo much goffering in Lynn J
uring the ensuing Winter. The major- I
y of shoe manufacturers hate already
lied their Fall and Winter orders, and
aye commenced to discharge their emloyes.
It ia estimated that oyer '200 oprativea
have been discharged during the ;
aat week, some manufacturers dischar- ]
log aa man/ as 40 at one time. The i
:uttera' are the first operatives to sal
sr, and the majority of workmen thus
ir discharged belong to this class. For .
DtnedayipMt the11 asters' at theihoe
lanufactory ofF. W. Breed, numbering |
ome 30 females and 20 male*, have exreised
dissatisfaction at their present
rages, and have appealed their case to
be Board of Arbitration on the part of ;
be Crispin organization. The board
as considered the matter, and has held a 1
onaultation with Mr. Breed, who stated
hat he was paying hi* operatives the
est he could under the circumstances,
'he situation was understood by the
loard of Arbitration, and the dissatisfied ;
peratives were adviaed to continue
beir work under their present wages
ather than to strike anil lose their Join,
rhich would be auickly filled by unem*
loyed workmen/' (
Tnancial and commercial
BY TELEGRAPH. f
fteiv York none/ ami Stock*.
New York, August 6.?Moxby?Cloies ,
aay at lKa2 per cent, after loaning ap to 1
uer ueut. Prime mercautilo oaoer 4idU '
er cent. Sterling at 4.04K for CO days, '
ml 4.8(5 for light Clearings, $12,000,GuO.
he Assistant Treasurer disbursed $S60,- '
30. Custom receipts, $435,000. f
Gold?Dull at 10514 throughout the day.
ash gold loaned flat uud 1 per cent for burning
until Into in the day, when loam I
ere made at 2 per cent for carrying.
SiLVKit?At l.ondou unchanged. Here, I
Iver bar* are $1 MS greenbacks. $1 17\\
)ld. Silver coin HaX per cent discount. ,
(iOVE.SMK.NTH? Firm.
nltad tjuu* M of 1H J, oounotu.. Ill I.
lv*-TwentlN(1865) niw ..........107 (
IttvTwi ntlrt (1MT) - HW'-J
iTw-Twftitlwd'iM)..
ew HTM HoU
i>w Four mill n .....it frt,.
ew Fours I') *-4
ui-ftirlloi
sn-tortlw (ooujohj) ?? IIS
irrcocv film...- ...... ~~......l?t;?
UAtMimn Rovim? Dull.
Statu Bonds-Quiet.
'J lie stock uiurket was strong at ihu openig
and prices advanced \i to 1)4 per cent
imparau with the closing fi<urt? of f?atrdav.
The largest advauce wm in Went- 8
a Onion. The upward movemont being
ded by rumors that rates would ihortly c
i advanced. Subsequently, however, the i
hole market was heavy und unsettled, j
be decline from the highest point, ranged
oiu H to 2J6 per cent, coal stocks being
out conspicuous in the depression. Unrig
the afternoon, the market became quiet,
it at the dote was strong for grnnper uud .
unk lines, Iuike Micro leading in the it.I- .
mco, while eoul stocks recovered X to H I
Br ccnt. The latter Delaware, Lnckawaun I
Western.
The trantactioni were 90,000 share*, of
hicb 3,300 were New York < entrnl, 1!0,000
nke Shore, 0,700 Northwetrrn, U,300 Kook
land, -1,504) Delaware & Hudson Canal,
1,700 Delaware, l<acttuwauna <t Western,
U00 Morris ?k htsex, and i!0,500 Western
uion.
'Mtern Union 74%|KfW J??*j Ctolrul 10V? I
ulcstllrur laj^iNorUnroiterii com..
lUotallter p!a 25 North w*i!t.'rn pld... 91
icillo Mail ... I?Und .. ->tH
darns Kxpmo M idt. Paul '. I7,
fells, Far^oA Co.. 81^1-St. Paul preferred... Co*;,
tnericao 41 Wulu-h f'/it
idled Btatw 41 Fort Wajnw
iarlpon 'i Tcrre Haute ........... 4^
'arlpoifl prtferrrd.. -S Tttnj H?ute pfd...... 15
ow York Central.. Wl Ohio A .MWiwljipi..
rtePrf/erre?Kl"'"'.~ ij !ri!!"*u * ?"wU _ ,
.4, S,,CJ*? * Alton LfJiSj* .
mp^JBsas^
InoU Cantntf J '4'!?"!""1 IV. boaUllirl*
/aiming Fiiai.' " jfg I
Sew Vork.
Ist"tDiir~H<i"i"t" I'
>?: p' ?uu.t?-'
"?ded Kioiii a"Vl Js a?d k*** ol,J on-1
?. J red trinlor ?... .?* ^oloi>?*r fl ?? I
ro-Quiut; No. ffi sail ?.j*; I
|'Ji nnd hearv \rci!t?n""^1"^' *'orn I
? "toJ ?l t5MIr
r" mixed uuj Ktatn ?>~i/ irn??7 *ve#t. I
rn 5o^a58o. Hay nud H*^0' ^hife went-1
?x!?Tua!et nn,f ?tea,NPSroLi,C,,an^*'''-1
Sun fC' ^0bbin? 16^aJlk? 70''' nf|
'o'i and noauual W #? <?* ^"ffar? I
iifsfcjr?Steadjr at $1 itenjy.j
Cltir
airly active and u shade hiwher: No. 2,
'He cash, 47Kc August 46%o Septemur,
rejected 45a45%o. Oats?Firmer; No.
27o cask, 120Xo August, 25&c September,
ijected 20c. Kye? Quiet at 55&aMe
ish, 55c August. Barley ? (steady
30a12c. Pork?Inactive and lower,
13 30 cash, $13 30 August, $13 32H
13 35 beptember, $13 40 October,
ard?Inactive and lower at $8 70 cash
(id August, $3 >0 September. Ilulk
leats?Boxed shoulders 6^0, short rib
!-{c, sh<rt clear 7jHJe. Whisky?$t 08.
At the close, Wheat was steady nl
L UKal I S'. August $1 MJial U4Kats
quiet at26^o August, 25Jio fccpteuior
Pork, soles at $12 05 year.
Cincinnati.
CRfClMfATI. August C.-Cotton?Dull
ad lower at llHo. Flour?Steady. Wheat
-Steady and iu fair demand; red $1 10a
25. Corn?Quiet at 4<Jh4Dc. Oats?Dull
tid dropping; new 27a33o. Rye?Fair de
land at /HJajSc barley?Dull ami nornml.
Pork?Quiet; jobbing at (14 00.
aril?Dull; currcnt make $8 70, kettle
Kii 10c. Ualk Meat*? Easier, shoulders
!liea$."i 15, ahort rib $7 13 spot, $7 25
uyer August, abort clear $7 50. Bacon?
lull at 5j{a6a7??a7fta8Xo. Butter?Dull
nd unchanged. Linseed Oil?Dull at
ra53e. Whisky?Quiet and steady at $103
Hoot?Dull for light, quiet for heary;
immou $4 50a4 90, light $5 15a5 35. pack15
$5 00*5 35, butchers' $0 25a5 35. "
Philadelphia.
i'lHLADXLPHia, August 6.--Flour--Quict;
iperflne $5 50a5 75, extra* $d 75,, Mineaota
family $7 50a9 00, State $7 57a8 ?0,
igh grades $5 COalO 00. Wheat?Quiet;
ew nominal, old No. 3 red and uiuber
t 65al 82. Bye?Quiet at 7oa73c. Corn
-Steady; yellow 62c, mixed flic. Oats?
Irra; white western 40a42o, mixed 3Da41c.
ork?$15 00a 15 '25. Butter ? Firmer,
reamery extras 25a26c, New York and
radford;countv extras 23a24c, west#>rnJ20A
:o. Cheese?Firm; New York btate and
uicy iOSallc, wesUrn Eggs?Dull;
tate 14al5c, western 13ai4c. Petroleum?
lull; refined 13>?o, crude 9c. Whisky?
)ull At $1 15.
Toletlo.
Toledo, August ?Flour?Steady,
'heat?Qaiot; amber Michigan spot $1 38,
>itd. 4 *1 041/ v? ? rmA
lot $13(5, seller Atiguit $1 27 K, teller tepimber
$1 2J, No. S red $1No. 2 ambor
llinois $131. Corn?Dull; high mixed spot
IKo, No. 2 spot ?0^0, seller September
Ic, damaged 46o. Data?Dull; No. 2, 29c,
o noller Augu*t2Sc, rejected 24s.
4 r M.?Wheat?Dull; No. 2 red winter
slier August $1 26X. Corn?Dn 1; No. 2
ilier August 50>?a50V?c. Oata?No. 2 sel r
August 27c. _
Dry Uooda.
Nbw Vork, August <*.-Business fairly
ctlro in some departments. Cottou
oods remain steady at unchanged prices,
rials qui*t and Oriental dark fancies re- .
uced to fly?o by agents. Flannels in good .
emandand firm. Men's wear woolens in
lodentc request. j
rittNbnrgli.
PiiTsutigon, Auguit C. ? Petroleum?
[uietaud steady; crude $2 40 at Psrkex's;
etined dull, 13Kc Philadelphia delivery. I
H'U'tl IVAilUUUA|
ACS CURTAINS, CORSICA* A MIRROR?. \
e. edmundson <k sons, ,
139 I.IBIRTT &TBKXT, PlTTFBUROn, Pi.
no7
5Bii?Eb siJ<SaM-4oo BaK&Els
LV Croatia], Povdtnd. GranuUtwi, CoSe? and
ftllow.la itort tod (or mm it lorat market rate.
M. HK1LLY, ISC! and XSU Mala tU
the buaineM of transportation is Been ?c
and fell in this city. Along tlie pieri of
North and East rivers, where I go daily 7'
in the line of my business, 1 eee places
which before the strike employed hun- l''
ired^ of laborers, but few men are now
it work, and n truck wagon in scarcely to ^
lh> seen. It will take /omo timo before Hi,
tlie iirtat business of railroads will be on oj
its feet again.
Mr. Vanderbilt, the millionaire Prosi*
lent of the New York Central and Hudcon
Iiirer Railroads, has directed tho :
distribution of $100,000 among those ^
laborer? employed on hid roads who did pi
not engage in iheatrike. This looks like g?
a magnificent donation, and it L>; yet er
when you conaider the fact that there are stl
about 8,000 employes on these roads, and !
only 500 of them struck, the net gain to
each one of the men will only average j
513 uX Tho question, however, is not ?h
matuly one of dollars anil cents. It is yc
one of principle and justice. It proves *a
that it pays to do right under all circum tanues,
and that good conduct will al- lo
wave meet a proper reward. ?r
Now that tho strike is over and past, it
looks to me like the true inwardness of ,
the eve demands that each one of the
railroad companies have a full under* ,
pwuccim.
Come to the Waters.
BETHE3DA WATER.
Poeitaelna remarkable efficacy to Diabctla, and all
llaeaaee of tha kloneye and urinary urgana. For
rale by tha ha rwl cr gallon 17
LOQAN, LIST A CO.
BUFFALO LITHIA WATER,
From the celebrated Fpilng* to Virginia, valuable
ia a tonic awl alterative, aud wpeeinlly adapted to
treatment of female eomplatnta. For aala hy
LOGAN, LIST A CO.
BLUE LICK, CONGRESS
And Vichy Wateta. For rale by
LOO AN, LIST A 00.
COLO AND SPARKLING
tola Water, itrtctly part, aid flavored with pur*
Jyrope. For aals by LOOAK, LIST A CO.
Sood Thing to hava In the House,
ile remedy, t or rale by * "1'*
Jjll-dqy LOO AN, LIST A 00.
rHE 0REATE3T MEDICINE OF THE
AGE!
Kraffs DiarihoeaCamponnd!
JSBQUALHD FT ANT OTHBB rRBFABA'1103
IH im WuBLD In Ih. cum ol
Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Dyientary, Flux,
Cholera Morbus,
Summer Complaint,ic.
In Ublvenal um for FIFTEEN TEAR/*!
1IA4 NBVIB PAILUD IN A bIMULHCASB.
(EEP IT IH YOUR HOUSE,
TAKE IT WITH YOU KHEN YOU TRAVEL
AJd vtlh a goarrntM?NO CORK, NO PAT !
S.tj IVU&atea, Injui yrvwlncnt oUUenaof lUla
ind other 8Utw.
For lain br all Dni%!iti nnl Dealeri la Mediin^
Ma M. n- i.i.
R. A. MoCABE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
' WHERUNO, w. va.,
myU SOLS PROPRIETORS.
IK GEHNE BEST!
IR/EEJID'S
COUGH SYRUP!
>3 Nat Neglect a Cold However Slight.
For <#>BGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., us?
REED'S C0U8H SYRUP!
There id no Preparation equal to' It. Try
t oud be oonYinrtd.
REMEMBER! Aklc for "KKBD'H CODOll
iYBl'P," auil bn sure you get it.
PBICK 25 CBXTS PER BOTTLK.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietor#,
Whbixjjvg, W. VX.
iOLD Br ALL DBAUUUi IN MBDlCINRB.
rnyl i
roirxY te.uw bkfoku thz tcblio.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
CELEDRATED
LIVER PILLS,
FOR TKZ CURS or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND 9ICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of v. Diseased Liver.
TjAIN in the right side, under the
j_ wugvui uiuiiua, iiiucusosonprcsaire;
sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarelyable to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain
is felt tinder the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, ar.d is sometimes mistaken
for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected v;ith loss of
ajipetite and sickness; the bowels in
tcncral arc costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgcncrally aconsiderable loss
o f memory,accompanied with a painful
sensation of having left undone
somethingwhich ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes
an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet arc cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, yet he <ian scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms
attend the disease, but cases
haw occurred where few of them existed,
yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MCLane's Liver Pills,
is cases or Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
W- XT- I
vi fcitv uivat ikuii'J. nu uciicr
rithartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. Wc
would advise all who arc afflicted
with this diceace to giro them a
fair trim.
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are unc<iualed.
edwarn oit niltatioics.'
Tho genuine Dr.. C. MSLaxe's
Liver Pills are never sugar coatcd.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dn.
M'-'Lane's Liter Pills.
The genuine AKLaxe's I.:vtit
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Kko3. gii the
wrapper;.
J?~ Insist on your drua;i!.t or
storckeepe; giving you the gei.uine
Dr. C. M'-'Lane'l. Liver Pius, pre
I?rea oy i-ieming bros., i'jttsLiirgh;
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
tlL1^ w,*yn,5 t0 ?ir? D"- cUn*
Pill* a trial, w? wtU maul ptu paid to any
Hrt of the Lsited butt*, ooc bos of i>JL tot
Iwtaty-brc centi.
FLEMING r.ROS., Pltttbartf,, Pa.
J^OMESJTIC
SASOLINE COOKING STOVE.
rb* mcst Economical and Goavoknt fitutt to the
world*
NO SMOKE, NO SOOT. NO DIRT.
It I* light and portable ana redly mored by ana
pfraoo. Un be uw<i In the bitting Roun. Kitchen
jr out of duor*. JCfJT TUK THING tOK SUMMKR
USE. Will Bake better than any Coal or
Wood BtoTe, aa the heat la anlfona and wily n*.
alaUd. W111 Koajt all klnda of Meats. Fowls, Ac.
In short tbla 8iore will do all klnda of work that
can be dona on any Cooking Stove or Bang*. and in
borter time, aa the Move cai be lighted and rcadr
(or use In two mlnutra. The Oran ran be hmted
ready lor Baklag in Are mlnntca Larse numbers
are now In we Id different part* of the country,
giving astir* ntlalreilon Tb*n tore can bo teen it
^ J. 0. PAYNES, AttaL^
uj2S 1114 Market flu, WheallDj.
FINANCIAL.
Joujf K. BonrotD, Pratt O*o. Adam, Ckih'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
SueCQMr to tbc
F1B6T RATIONAL BANK OF WllEKLDiU.
? MM,000
i nil wni u orgMiiwu wu nrnma 10 u10mc1
the bualoeaa of banktei In all Ita ViaUs.
It eucoredt the Pint Rational Bank oi Wheeling,
liovoed by lb* airne ahart holders tad la under tin
asm* management.
By cartful I y rffardlM the Interests of Ita Cor
nwpondrnta and Penoatfora, and by a prompt and
faithful fiacuUonox their wtsbea,it hopaa to uiurli
thi'lr eeteern and confidence.
Note* and Bills d lamented.
CollKitooa made on all pclnta throughout th?
United n la tea.
Itepwdt Accounte rnMect to eheok at tight t?
ctlrad from Bank*, Banker*, Mima, Corporation!
and Individual!
Cor t Idea tea of Dopoatt laaued payable on demand
or at fixed date*.
Interest allowed on Special Dtpoalta.
snucroaa:
John K. Botifnrd, I Wm. B. fttaapaoo,
JaoobS. Bhodea, Wm. A. Tnruer.
Wm. A. la. tt, | John L. iUbba,
A. M. Adams, I 0. C. Dewey.
llanrjr M. Harper, | my21-daw
Commercial Bank.
Capital, $100,000.
Orrn-Na 1806 Main HU
Interat paid on Vpadal Deposits. Collections
made and proceeds trvmpU? remitted. Acwunti
of merchants and others aollclted.
Dtiacran:
The*. II. Liat, J. L. Btlfel,
B. J. Smyth, W. T. Burt,
J. C. Thomas, Chaa. B. Booth.
W. A. Wllaoti,
THOU n. LWT, PraaldeLt.
J. L. tfTIKEL, V. PieaL
M. P. HI I.DHKTH, Caahlar. Ja?
D. C. List. JosxTH HixnotLD,
Hunt k. Lin, Uimoh Umb,
WM. A. LIST, Uuir W. Io*r.
a r a t ii
oanK ot Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Capital, 1100,000.
Htuckhnlflm pcnomlif llibl* lad rfriwrotins
otiT |500,000.
B?*1t? Dvpodts and DtoounU Puner.
Deala to Oonl, fillrrr, Colk-l/nJta ami Sterling
Exchange.
pella on Eosland, Iraiand.FraoM, Germany
and other prominent partaof Europe.
Uotcrument, HUM, City and BallIn
terra i paid on Hpenal Depndta.
dpcdal attention |irtn loUolleeti m
? ? . v. D- c ,JaT. Froaldent.
G. LAMB.CaihJor.
J09. MKT BOLD, AaaliUnt Omhlcr. Ial5
Exchange Bank.
J. N. Vaact, IWt. tAii'L Uvauun, V. P
capital * - fwwoc
Liability o( Htockboldm 400,CM
Tble Bank luccecdi to the btuln??o ot the Herdunta'
National Bank, and deal? In Coin, Coupuut,
Commercial Paper and Bllla ol Exchange.
Intmwt paid on Spcciat Pcpodta.
OoJleclluna wade oa all palate tad prumdi
promptly ramittod.
Aieuunte of Banker* ud Btislneoi Mnn solicited.
Workholdm liable to depoaltui acourdicg to lh?
Constitution ol the State the aamn m in National
Huuka.
oixjtcrow:
J. S. Vance, | ?. Horkheimor,
I- 8. DciajiUIn, I D. (JuUnan,
J. (J. notfinaun, I Win. fllincham,
^ ui'l LaugkUn, H. Wallac*,
Crawford Ito.ih 1
??? JOHN J.J0WE8. CmUM.
fYALE LOCKS,
With ?mill Hit 8t?el Keja,
appllcab a to aJmont eT#rjr
w?u, an J |i>r ule by all Hardware
Healers.
A line of DESK,
DRAWER A CUPBOARD
LOCKS.
Yale Look IVtfg Co.
HEXRY R TOWNE, Pre*
*$2^ Stanford, Conn,
Salesroom, Ni 53 Chambers
W^y St., New York.
JACOB SNYDER
1406 MAIN A. 1104 SOUTH STH.,
Kwpa tlie largest stnek of IRON and HEAVY
dAUDWAlth- la the Mute. fils stock of
Wood Work, Springs, Axles, Varnlihes,
Palkti, &o?
Is not excelled hr any establishment within a hun*
J ml miles uf Wheeling.
iVrrtsae ?ml WsRon Manufacturers will And It
to thalr Interest 11 giro him a call.
Also on hand, LAND PLA8TEII of a superior
nail ly. myS
BUILDER.
J. 1111. HAWLEY,
n a nor aiti-pi
^/\nrciN i t.rc.
Office?930 Market Strjkt.
Residence? 51 FlTTKBCTH Strkkt.
myU
POR hai.b-On Sooth Brnuliraf itmt blind,
1? one Building I?t. 40 feet f/ont by 12Sft*t deep.
Floe ih ad? Uew, anil lot tilled up above alruet iiraJc.
mrt J??HN M HAWLKT.
DUPONT'S
Wheeling Powder Agency.
I have at all timet In Magazine a large
(took of the abave eeltbratid Powder,
viz: Rifle, Sporting (Id cam), Blaitlnj
and Mining, In metallo packagea, which
I will tell at wholesale at marufioturer'a
priori. I have Portable Magazine! of
different tlzei for shipping am) will dellv
er free on cm or boat. Thli Powder
la ugequaled In etrength and quality.
jell M. HEILI.V, ?Ol? Agfol.
T1KESCO PAPER HANGINGS
r
For Djcorntinjc Churches, Publio Halls,
Store-rooms, Private Dwellings, do., at
A. W. PAULL & BRH'S,
jyM 1142 Main street.
Dr. Rtco-d'S Cisenea tl Ilia ratoree manbord
sou the tltfur of youih to the iuo?t uluttwl it.n?
tltutlon lu four week*, from whatever cau?? ariain*.
Failuro impowibl* B*wart? of advatiatra
who oflVr ?o-c*lled ftw Prwexiptluni tfcat are uk1??,
and finally prove rulnoualyexpenaJva Whaler
nr h<u merit in tut coat a fair price. S3 per um
Stint ?iv rxprvra anywW- tSol#- Agent, Dr. JOfl.
Ja? QUt?, 7 Unlvenlty rise#, Ne* York. Dru*glatatapplled.
Jy 17
J UsT REChlVED?
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS,
CANVASS, BBDSHEd, TCBEd,
MILL B'JARD, BRISTOL BOARD,
At JLLUBS HOUSE ABTSTOES.
K. I. KICOLL.
ClirrCDCDOfmLOCT MANHOOD.
O U r I utl LtlO SfMlllS. or auv dU*
, , ?ua er.uwJ by Indl?cretion,
who have *1veo up all hope, after trytai la
vaia all the so-callrt rvuedlm. vlil And the euly
uie relte! by culln* at or tending a>aup for frcweon
flde*tLil, aod beueflclal advice 10 the old Waalun
Medical IratI Ufa, t37 Sj cam are St., Cincinnati.
Write or call and rxamlu* lu Uuaeoa of Llfe-itw
Modeia tl MM cum. aod jou will ha oooTiaced
it U th only imtlt ute that has aod can roccmfttlly
treat tht-w ailmenta NaeHiM*tnnimndKi. mr.
um for tratmiat till cund. J; 3044 v
8LATE R OOF
II tht
WIlLfM Ud nnu muoi UUHH9LC
FIRE-PROOF COVERINC
For Brick or Frame Building* The difference la
Inaunoce will pay the additional ru*t oter ihlDflw.
Prlcca beyond competition.
CYRUS M. YOCUH,
tillCIUIVILU, 0.
GROCERIES.
THOBU RN & BRO.
OllOCEHK,
Coo. lUnxrr; and Elkvkmu Stbwct,
Hiti jut tenlred and Dili nil low whole
ale or retail,
; 100 Do. cue laUooSlang Fruit Jan.
. uu uon. amii gnuon mod? rraji jom.
900 Dot. quarter gallon Stone Fruit Jan.
lylO
FLOTJ IR,
TOE CELEBRATED
"CUIDING STAR"
Again In market
AT THE LATE REDUCTION.
Tbe best Flour in the olty for the money.
Ask your Grocer for it. Sold by all retailer*.
Jos. Speidel & Co.,
SOLK AUIXTR FOB IT at WllOLUALK.
Alio, largest atoak in tbe olty of OOFFEE,
SUGAR, TEAS, SYRUP, MOLASSES,
RICE, and GROCER'S
SUNDRIES,
AT THE TWO IRON FRONTS.
Jr?
"Satin Gloss" Flour.
We are conilanUy receiving thia
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
THE FINEST and UEST ever introduced
into this market
Don't Wute Your Monty Upon
Inferior Brands.
RIJV TflR RPST TTTT? RlTfM HT ftfiQ
List, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
jo30
J UST BSC?1VEDS
Tltrm Bm Hire IIudj,
'i Tlmw Be* Kite nhoukJem,
2 Boxm Be?HlTthraik(?fltEoo!i,.
2 1 lurcea Sugar Curtd Buef,
5 CatM PrtMud Corned Bf.i,
1 Cum Cuukad T ougut,
1 CimCo k?d Ham,
1 Com Utah'* jfptced Salmon,
1 Cue UBclunitl 3 C. Ton^c*,
10 Gozet huillimon UcjtIe^,
1 Qua viutT* Jelley.
>7111 U retailed dieap bj
R. .X. SMYTH,
1*16 Corner Market and Fourteenth Stt.
riRRtP fiMnrrRiir?._
U
YOD CAH BUY
One lb. Ex. Youn* Hrion Tea (or 4Cc.
One lb. good Gunpowder T? for 60c.
Oue lb. tmt Guopovdar Tm fur .?*.
One lb. tat J?(?n T? for _..?S0c.
Ow lb. n>od JiiuTm for.... tDc.
0m lb. l*?t fAjloonTe* for *o.
One lb. rood Ocloa^ Tm for AOo.
Twenty 1U Kiev tor..... |1 00
PKAHL MEAL, CORN SYRUP,
And all ktnda of OroctriM it tb? lowest ni&rkct
prlcw, at
J. W. BAHTON'H.
2231 and 2151 ALuuut ftr., CutTKt Whuuvs.
uirfll
MAKTIU'S
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
No. 1150 Mabxct 9r., U tki only ftrH-eUu Untoward
in l\e ciiy, U U the only nnliuiut that
hu separate rooma for ladles,or where you can find
that quiet deanllnen of a home, combined
irltb the beat euirtim (hat ? . be found tn the dir.
Ha keep* on hand the very best the market aflbrda
In Testable*, flab, oratera game, and e<r?ryihln*
tn aesaon and aerves It up In a manner unexcelled
In the country. Be can oe relied upon alwayi to
furntah everything flrit-daaa. Jy'O
pUKE PARIS GREENFOR
POTATO BUGS.
AT
HANES, WILSON & CO.8,
1228 Market Ht, below McLure Home.
niy25
pUBE PARIS UREFN
And other
F A. I 2STT S!
fc'old cheap it
HANES, WILSON &.C0.8,
1228 Market 8tbbet.
my25
J^EMONS, ORANUE3!
FRUIT SYRUPS,
ROCKETS,
ROMAN CANDLES.
Crackers, Piitols, Torpedoes, &o?
AT SCHULTS CONFECTIONEBY,
jy3 1319 3gARK.Tr Street.
j D. PRAOEB,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
Of Churches, HalJs, Stores and Dwellings
in Fresco sud Plain Paper Hanging.
No. 43 12th St, WHEELING, W. VA.
my24
g 4 J. N. CHARNOCK
Have removed their BUcksmlth and
Horseshoeing shop to No. I Twenty-second
street, between Alain and Water streets,
Wheeling, W. Va. J?20
Q 3TEINMETZ,
Piper B?x MiBUf??!ur?f, I
Nau 1211 niui 1213 Main dtraet, up tUln (old
Union Halli, b now precarod to uak? ail kfe>d? of
Fancy and rUln P?p?r Bujcm la u ?<jud style tnd
tt u low |itWn m any houe In the country. Or4en
fri'? tb? country promptly attended to. !
mrH i
JCE! ICE! ICE!
CRYSTAL ICE, WHOLESALE AND BKTA1L
at th* lowwt rstct. Delivered at the can aad
iteambnata, well packad with aawdost; alao ts all
l*iU oI the ctty. Onion by ami1 will ranlra
prompt attention, St No 1430 Market stmt, naar
Portofflce, Wheeling, W. Va Band for prW Ust
my 17 hOBEBT LUKM.
I gOOKS AND PAMPHLETS,
PRINTED WITH ACCURACY AM) DISPATCH AT
OFFICE OF TH1
DAILY INTELLIGENCES,
25 and 37 Fourteenth at
WlgltCHANT TftH.ong.
special
Communication to Gentlemen
I*
FROM
H. LINCEN,u
mercnant laiior. 5
w
? ft
Determining to doae out my entire atook Pi
of OEMV FC&US111NQ 0001)3, lor *
the purpoae of discontinuing that branch ~
of my bualneaa, I therefore ofl'er to the a
publio my entire atook of ?
Gent#' Furnishing Goods z
AT A REDUCED PRICE. J
ThU ia done for the reaaou that my enlarged
Merchant Tailoring Cnatom Tiade ^
requirea ray undivided attention. 11
It
u
Merchant Tailoring Department. Having
received my whole atock of |J
SPRING and SUMMEK WOOLENS", Ac.,
I am prepared to make op to maaaare all uJ
Wool Cawlmere Suiting* from $18 00 up- ^
ward*. WKh a large Block of the moat desirable
good? on hand and facilitiea for w
turning out the moat Faahlonable Clothing,
I can guarantee perfect aatiafactlon to all *
ouatomers. Wive me a call.
IK. LI1TC3-E!1T, *
medmjamt taii no
nibiiviinii i nikw(11
my28 litgQ .flurlift HI. (
Thos. Nughes & Co.?
MERCHANT TAILORS, '
Corner Twelfth and Water Streeta, f
b
WHEELING, W. VA. i
r
K
d
We are raoeiricg addition* dally to our
already larve and attructive stock of ?
d
WORSTEDS, CLOTHS,
CAS3IMERES, and "
4
M
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, B
9
FOll SPPJXQ A SUMMER WEAR, *
i
<1
And believe we can offer superior induce- 3
menla to any needing
\
Clothing Made in a First-Class Manner.
Wo will hereafter make the following j
discount to CASH and PKOMTT PAYING
CUSIOMhRB:
I
Uix ran CE2fT off if paid in 10 dayi.
Fxvk PER csot off if paid in 30 days,
from date of delivery of clothes.
PLEASE EXAMINE 0 UR STOCK ASD
PEICES
THOS. HUGHES & CO. Z
inylO a
New Goods!SPRING
and SUMMER '
C. HESS & SON, *
x
I)
merchant Tailors, I
COR. 14th AND MAIN STS
Oi
H?te jokt recel fed their ljrrc ami ,,
?to?\k of Goodi for j p
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR. 1
Embracing all ?ew detnyui of ^
Clothi, "1
Csisimerei,
Veiling., ,r
Suitings, and th
O-fnaxnutior.. *'
v|<iaiig vivlbV?lill^r
Ih
Which will be made op n the Best rftyl*.
U'
KCLL LINE Or rj
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. *
WHITB LffJBTS MADU TO OHLKS.
W? invite the public to call and examine
on? rtock. feeling nsnured we can osfer an
perior iuduoemeaU.
mr!7 C. HESS A SON.
Three Mile Ice!
rnrr ennu -
rntc. rnuw MLL iwrUKI I Its.
The Mdrnflatd bcga I?Te lo annaunw to the x
public that ha Lu
Ths Largeit and Purest Stock of lea
Ft?r held to thU r?#lon of the amotry, wiiteb bo f
oEf?j at ib? low*#t competition triec to .rm.utti'n t
*t wUltu> mil nrtaQ.
c.?1^ 'i}1 U, f^tT1 l y BJ,U 0r ?* *>H?t u
8chflWa Meat Shop, No 1U3 Mtrkrt ttrwt
"T" COMUb rie-IHKHT.
QHILDKE2T3
carriages
A ipuclality. Trices to salt all claucn ut "t
12th Street Variety Store, No. 38. o
py34 WM. MINQ yiCOLL, Manager.
^ W. McCONNELL,
No. 135 FIFTEENTH STREET, ^
HanuJictarcr of
Lard Barrel* Ball Barrel*. Apple and Flour Bar- ?
mil, Quo Tltrcca, Glaai Barrels and 0
Cailu, Butter Kcgi, etc.
WHEPAIBIHU PROMPIXV ATTENDED TO
mrtWaw
FRENCH'S HOTEL, T
o* tin ccaonu* rius.
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