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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, August 08, 1877, Image 3

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f. anutiycnotu cninmunlnitlour rvetjr article
,.t accompanied by tbn wrlter'a ivl nunc
uJ *>ltlreai.
Hajintu Mlfrt for ui ihtml.l b* aJJrrit*! "Frnt
,t Uimj-UU," unil ihiruid <n no com he tuhltuxd lo I
tiJmifii.il tiutuitr of thtjirm ly nam*.
EhflnieUijcnffv.
J1.IOUK lll>M)AI.?/.s LGIMOai.
It ku about a new jackct Out they had
their firat seriouri <]tiarrcl. Madge atanda
by the window,looking out into the street,
thinking it all orer, with rather an anxioun
expre*aion on lier pretty face. She
ha* black hair, a pair of bright, dark
even, a pert retrouM noie, and a lithe, active
little figure. She id very pretty, and
very young; everything in the room betokens
comfort and luxury; why should the
occupant be troubled
That is jmt what 1 :idi going to tell
you.
Thin little woman wan an only child.
For nineteen yearn nhe had been (Kitted
and indulged, until any girl with 1***
character would have been ruined.
Madge,fortunately,Wan gifted with a large
hare of common Heine, andahe came out
of the ordeal with only a moderate amount
of Helliithnem, a good deal of vanity,a contented
disposition, an honest, affectionate
heart, and a quick temper, which wad not
under good control. With all her fault*, ,
*he wan bo cheery, and bright, and bo <
thoroughly sincere, that it was Impoii^i- |
ble not to love her, So, at leant, thought
Mr. Raymond Hinsdale, the fir*t time he
hid eyea on her. It wi> nt a ball in Saratoga!
Mr. Hinsdale procured nn intro- ,
duction to her, and from that moment,
during the three week* winch Madge panned
in Saratoga, he wa* her most devoted ,
attendant*
The day before her departure,the young
man called on her, and informed her that, ,
from henceforth, hid life would be noth ing
to him utile** she would fhare it.
Madge eai-i ?he did not think she cared
? ir him much, then, when he looked pain- i
ed and so surprised, sho added that phe ,
liked him better than any one el?e she
knew?he might speak to papa, if he ,
liked. Ot course he did "speak to papa," (
who objected, on the wore of Madge'* j
youth, and Mr. Hinsdulu's lick of suitable
means to keep a wife. .
Thus was supplied the fuel to the fire, J
which hoou burned hotly- Madge felt |
her-self ill-used?her "poor Kaymond"
wan a martyr?papa wan a cruel parent.
She passed her days looking out with teartliuimed
oyes, ami her nit;!)tit weeping |
floods of tears. She wan taken to Europe, ,
i'lit having once net her heart on Raymond j
I linsdalo, nothing else would content her. ,
S,) poor papa, in very self-defense,brought ,
Iter home, for her dismal face was a constant
reproach to hiui, and papa liked an (
easy life.
When they arrived in New York, Mr.
flinadalecalled to attest his eternal constancy,
and of courae the battle was won.
and Madge Stevens become Mrs. Hin?* ;
dale. Mr.Stevens gave them a beautiful
little house, furnished it for them, and
then took hid wife with him on a two |
yearn' trin round the world.
So Mauge wan left alone, vrith a man ,
whom she had known only a year, nnd
luring that year ?he had been neperated i
from him for eight months. But he had (
seldom been absent from hor mind, and |
she loved him, and, of course, they w?re j
going to l)o very happy. It did not oc<
ur to her that anything might darken ,
their future, I will eay for Raymond, (
that ho loved her devotedly, lie would |
- heerfullyltaro laid down his lifa for her; (
but it is sometime* more difficult to lay
down one's little cvery-day prejudices
than one's life; a great sacrifice may he
easier than to take daily pin-pricks pa- ,
tiently, Raymond was an oxtremely re- (
ticont man, and Gainfully sensitive.
>vuen ne wu troubled about anything ,
he showed it by being more ?i!ent than ,
ever. I
Hut I iirowiaed to tell you about that .
jacket. Madge had 21 great dealofditfi- |
cultv in finding one to ituit her, and she j
talked so much about her difficulty in ,
selecting it, that 0:10 morning Raymond |
said, halMaughingly. "I shall have to ,
gcj with you, and tell yon which to buy." ,
"When I nee myself taking my husband ,
with m? to select a jacket," said Madge |
partly, "I nhall he very much surprised."
"I am sure I am not anxiom to go," |
' 1 am sure 1 do not wi-.li to have you." ,
ThU was nil very childish, and Madge ,
did not suspect she had said anything to
hurt her husband's feeling*, but he win a j
utile sore for a day or two, though, at the \
-aiue time, he was hartily ashamed of
himself for being so sensitive, and would |
1. >t have had her know It for the world. ,
She bought the garment at last, and put- ,
ling it on one evening, asked Raymond to ,
t'luiire it.
Now, I have often observed that when ,
u man is engaged, or simply attentive to
t girl, ho likes everything she wear*; or, ,
11 lie venture in hit inmost heart to dis- ,
I that subject, or undent* in the mildest, |
most iitltfciKMiato manner, thai possibly
'tie might look belter in Komothim; else.
H it m.co married, nothing suits. Fie be*
i?* at once to mention what he dUlike*.
Hitl observes u discreet pile nee in regard
i ?tliat portion of hit wife'a toilet which
pleHMM him. 1 have no doubt that there
are exceptions to this, as to every rule,
hut liirf excepti >n? have never come un
Irr nif notice.
toa<|uick*tempered person like Midgt
IIiiimIhIo there are few things more
K tiling ih.in tho kind of lidioute which a
huiiiin.l beitows on a costume which
does not i?uit him. Sj when Kavmond
commenced to laugh as he looked'atthe
coat, hhe reddened and exclaimed :
"What i* the matter with it?''
It is the ugliest thing I ever taw, I
ilcn'l know what makes it look ?o."'
Then another roar of laughter.
"Don'tlit thero and lau*h like an idiot.
If there i* anything ridiculous about
it I won't keep it; but jou don't know
anything about it, anyway,"
"Yon certainly have tile niout extraordinary
taste, Madge. Uow did jou eter
decide to buv that?"
"If you will atop talking about it I will
he extremely obliged to you," cried
Madge, tearing ofl the abused garment
a"d throwing it on the floor.
Then she runhed out of the room and
'Ummed the door. Absurd, was it not?
.nauge thought tho moment the door
cIomiI, but rbe was athamed to go
!uc*i Raymond would not come after
her.
Th?? i.ext day ?he wu folding up the
Jicket to wnd it back to tho shop, and
"ien and there ther "made it up." Kayo?ond
promised her that when he disliked
anything ?he wore, he would tell her so
?*?mly, wnd uot laugh at her ai if *he were
1 ^lown at a circu* and enjoyed it. But 1
unnot .ay that they weW very happy
?or th? next few month*, Madge, i f
mentioned before, wu quick-temper*!,
and in her anger aaid man/ oruel thing*,
which ahe forgot the next moment. Her
buaband, however, wu not alwava able to
forget her unkind atwechefl. Hia deposition
waa quite different from hera, and
man/ a word, arioken by her in heat and
forgotten immediately, rankled in hia
mind for dajre. Lately, too, Madge imagined
ahe had another cauae for unhan.
pineae. Raymond waa a lawyer. lie
had taken a cane for a very h'andaome
widow, and Madge wu fooliah enough to
l>e jealoua, and committed the fatal miatako
of letting her huaband aee her uneuineai.
Strange, what a fucination
there ia in imagining ouraelvee unhappy!
All this time I have left my young woman
at the window. Shall I tell you
aorae of the thoughta which are puaing
through her mind? They were aomething
like thia: I believe I am the moat
miserable woman that ever lived! We
have been married nearly a year, and we
aeem to be juat u diaagreeablo to each
other an poaaible. Raymond ia ao cold
anil mllll anil that mum! V h,r
him to advance a proposition i? enough
for rue to oppose it, and when 1 contradict
him, inn lead of answering me. he
cloica hid mouth with that net look I
know ?o well, and in extremely cool
to uie for a day or two, until he
forget* it. I don't think he cares for me
any more. Oh dear! He will never forget
what 1 said thin morning, even if be
forgives roe. I suppose wo shall always
be miserable now, until one of us dies.
Let me see; how did it all come about ;
this morning? I had a letter from Char* !
ley Reeve*. He had no business to write '
to in*-, but he did, and I read it at the ;
breakfast table. Raymond said, very ,
pleasantly. "Who i* your letter from?" (
1 wst afraid he would be angry with me. ,
io 1 hesitated, but I told hiui the truth. 1 ;
juihu no; neip mo coior running into my ,
lace, though there waa nothing to blush ,
ibout. 1 (ltd not toll my husband what was
in the letter, norotTer to show it to him. ,
lie came to kit* me before going down
town, aod aaid: "Are rou going to answer ,
four letter to-day?'' "Perhaps ho," I an- ,
iwered sullenly. "Are you afraid to trust (
me? If you forbid me, of course I shall ,
not do it. The net look came over his .
face, as he said: "It must be a great pleas- .
lire to you to nay things which are untrue. ,
Stop I"?as I trTea to interrupt him, ,
You rausthear me out. You know per- !
fectly well that I have perfect confidence (
in you. You can not accuie me of watch- ;
ing you. When you wish to make an !
unkind remark, yon should choose a '
inbject which has some foundation of j
truth !" I sneered, "Perhaps the reason |
you have such perfect confidence in mo is ,
because you no longer care what 1 do. I
thank you for your trust. I shall try to ,
deserve your good opinion. I wish I
might have the same faith in you." ,
'You have made my life wretched, lately, (
very sternly. "Now 1 want you to explain
yourself." I turned round upon
uini with a hlazing face. "1 refuse to
explain myself. You have just called me
a liar! Now let me inform you that?I !
hato you! If you ever call me a liar
again, I will go away from you. I wish (
I could go now, this moment!" My busband
looked at me for a moment, with nn
expression I shall never forget. It haunts
mo now. 1 longed to tell him I did not
mean what I said, but beforo I could make
up my mind to do it, be was gone, lie
used to be so good to me. There is no
>ne in this world as wretched as I am.
At Madge roaches this conclusion, the
:lock strikes six; there's a sharp ring at
lie door bell, and in walk* her brothern-law.
"Why, (jeorgp'.'' nhe exclaim?, ''how (
ire you?" But uhe atopn with out- ,
itrctchcd hand, as uhe gets a glim pit of ,
lilt face.
"What ha* happened?" iho asks. "Alice ;
?the children??'
"Are ail right," he annwer?, taking her |
jand ami 3trokins: it careaaingly. "Do
lot he alarmed. Raymond wa? taken ill
n the oltice, ann he wanted mo to come
xnd tell you, ho you would not bo fright5ned>about
him."
"What iti it ahe asks, with wide, startled |
iye?. "In it an accident?" Where is he?
L want to go to him."
She ptarta toward the door, but her companion
grasps her arm, exclaiming:
"You mu*t not go. They aro bringing
him her?."
"Bringing him here!"*he criea. "Then ,
you are deceiving me. Oh, George!"
bursting into tean, and clamping his arm ;
with both her trembling hand*; "tell me ,
the truth. I? he very ill !"
"Go first, Madge," he answered gently, \
'and have a room prepared (or him, and (
lend for your physician. Then come ,
lack to mt>, and I will tell vou all about ,
.t." ,
"I will, I will," and she htirries obedl- |
;ntly away, and gives her orders. It only (
takes a few moments. She returns to
tier brother-in-law, who is walking up and ,
Jown the library-floor.
"I am quite calm," she said; "will you
please tell me what has happened ?" I
Very kindlr he tells her tho whole '
itory, which is simply this: Raymond
started to come home" about 4 o'clock, j
with his brother. As thevcrossed Broad- (
way, ne.tr Fulton street, Kaytnond fell on
some ice, which waa partially concealed J
by a light covering of sn^w. lie could !
not savo himsolf, and George, who waa a ,
little ahead, turned just in time to see
liitn fall, striking hi* head against the
wheel of an omnibus which was rattling ,
t>y. lie was taken up senseless, and car* (
ried into a shop near by. A physician ,
was cent for, but the sutTorer was still |
unconscious when his brother left, to
break the raws to Madge.
Uy the time she had heard theae details
the carriage arrived, bringing tt.iyrnond,
who was carried to his room, and Madge
?rept in with bated breath, and looked at 1
iho prostrate figure with a nilent awe. ,
She could not yet realize the blow. Tho
loctor came." He looked very grave. ,
Madao tollowed him down stairs, drew
liim into tho library, and looking at him i
vith ber honost eyes,she asked in a hard i
voice, which she could hardly recognise 1
is her own : "Will he die?"
"Now, Mrs. Hinsdale," stammered the
physician, "do cot get excited."
"I never wuitnarocaltn in my life," she !
said, in the name dull voice, "tell me at
Jiice, please." # I
"Well. I certainlr Pftnsider *our bus- ,
Iiand in great danger. Howerer, we moat ,
watch him carefully, ami when ho corue* i
out ot tlii.t comatuhn otate, we ?hall he
to (hII more about him."
"If ho does not become conacioua for
some time?" *ho demanded, with a look
of terror on her face.
"I trupthe will. If he abowaanjr aigua
of cpn?ciou*nea<t before I return, send for
me.
lie hurried ofl. Madgo claaped bolh
hand* to her head. Willi a low, urn ithered
fhrlek, she cried out: "I said I
wiahed I might never s?e him again."
Presently xhe started tin nn.l
to the nick, room, where ?h? watched >11
nifiht. K(.ry breath which the patient
dre? win counted. Madge hold 0110 ot
hi* hand*, nuil noticed ercrr variation in
tho pul?e. ll grow percoptibly weaker
toward morning. A< a taint criuuon
light, tho herald ot God's new day, began
to peep over tho houictopa, Kaymond
II indtdale breathed hi? last. He ulepthia
life quietly away. When tho pomp and
([lory ot tho morning "kiee were inhering
in the day, Uod called thU human aoulto
Illmielf.
Xcvor could Madge ulc hii foglvenete
for the laat worda he had heard ber utter;
never would tho nound ol thou cruel
word# leave her. They echoed in her
brain until uhe wm almost mad; uhe saw
them written in letter* ot fire, all about
her. He hail left her in anger; her tears
nnd her repentance could no longer reach
hiin; her remorse he could not know.
Do you think this a Terr dismal story ?
Perhape yon hare never thought as you
*poke a croM word, that vou might tind
no place for repentance. Vet those of you
who have gazed on the features of some
dear one for the last time, a* they l.iy in
that repose which aooner or later will
fall upon u* all?moet of you, looking
thus at the lipc which will never smile at
you again, would have given all you pos
seated to be able to take b%ck ?omo unkind
word which will stand ont no clear*
ly in your memory. To you who hare
f?lt this agony I give Madge Hinsdale'*
story. May you find peace, as she did at
list, in the thought that God is wiser
than we are; Perhaps, hereafter, those
loted ones may know how bitterly we
repented and how dear they wero 'to us
through it all. We can trust Ood for
that. Only let it make us more careful
about hurting other peopled feelings: let
it check the careless word or act, aud we
shall have learned our lesson as Madge
Hinsdale did here.
Murk Twaln'M H|H?erli at tint
First Itcprciientntioii ot MAli?
?lu.w
From UieN. Y. Mall.
Col. Sellers Kaymond and Mrs. Raymond
occupied a stage box, as did Mark
Twain, who, being called before the cur*
tain after the third act, delivered in hi* '
drjest manner, amid abundant laughter, 1
the following speech: ,
Ladies akd Uentlixkn:?In view of '
thin admirable auccew, it is meet that I !
try to express to you our hearty thanks
for the largo share which your encour* .
applause has had in producing this
success. This office I take upon me with '
great pleasure. Thie is a very remarkable
t?lay. You may not hare noticed if, |
but I assure you it is so. Tho construction
of this play was a work of great |
labor and research, also of genius and
Intention--and plagiarism. When the \
authors of this play began their work
Iher wero resolved that it should not .
lack blood curdling dinanler*, accidents, '
calamities?for these thing* always help
DUt a play. But we wanted them to be
new i.lies, brilliant, unhackneyed. In a
lucky moment we hit upon the breaking
iown of a stage coach as being
something perfectly freih and appalling.
It aecmed a stroke of genins?an Inspira- |
lion. We were charmed with it. So
wo naturally overdid it a little. Consequently
when the play waa tirst completed
we toand we had that stage break a
lown aeven times in the first aot. We
law that that wouldn't do?the piece was e
going to be loo atagy (I didn't notice thai
?that in very good). Ye*, the critic* ami |
Bverybody would say this aort of thing
argued poverty of invention. And (confidentially)
it did resemble that. No, of
course, we net to work and put some limitations
upon that accident, and we threw "
t little variety into the general style uf I
it, too. Originally the stagecoach aiways I
lame in about every aeven minutes and '
broke down at the* footlights and spill
the passengers down among the musician*.
You can set* how monotouous that wa*?
to the musicians. But we fixed all that.
Al present the stage coach only breaks
ilown once; u private carriage breaks
iu?ii uucc,niiu muuurneH 01 wioiucr car- .
riago rim away once. Wo could have 1
left otu one or two of theae, Hut then we
had the horseaand vehicle* on our hand*,
and we couldn't aflbH to throw them
away on n mere quibble. I am making
thiii explanation in the hope that it will
reconcile you to the repetition of that accident.
Thid play in rnoro didactic than otherwise.
For the instruction of the young ''
we have introduced a game of poker in
the first act. Tho gawo of poker in ull s
too little understood in the higher circles
of this country. Here nn<] there you
lind an ambassador that has some idea of
ihegatuo, butvoti tako the general averige
of the nation and our ignorance
jught to make us bluih. Why, I have
sven known a clergyman?a liberal, cultivated,
estimable, pure-hearted man and ?
most excellent husband and father?who "
didn't value an aeu full above two pair
and a iack. Such iznoranco as thin it
brutalizing. Whoever new Mr. Parsloe
in thirf pitjco see* uk good and natural
tnd conaiatpnt a Chinaman an he could
jee in .San Francisco. I think hi* jx?rtrnyal
of the character-ruachea perfeclion.
The whole purpose of the piece i*
to afford an opportunity fortho illu:-tration
of thin character. The Chinaman in
going to become a very frequent nj>ectacle
all over America by and by, and a
difficult political problem, too. Therefore
it ueemt well enough to let the
public ?tudy him a little on theBtage beforehand.
The adorn, the management
ami the author# have done their hem to
bejfin thin course of public instruction
oQ'ectually thia evening. I will only
my one word more about thin remarkable
play. It in this: When thia ploy
ivan originally completed it was ho long
ind no wido and no deep (in place*) and no
joraprehenaive that it would have taken
two weeks to |>lay it. And I thought
ihi# was a good feature. I supposed we
Jould have a sign on tho ourtain,"To ba
sontinued," ami it would bo all right;
but the manager said no, that it wouldn't
Jo, to play a play two weeks long would
bo sure to get tin into trouble with the
government, because the Constitution of
the United States says you shall not indict
cruel and unusual punishment*.
So he net to work to cut it down and cart
the refuse to the paper mill. Now that
ffaaagood thing. 1 nover law a play
improve at* thin one did. The more we
cutout of it the better it gotright along.
Ho cut out, and cut out, aud cut out;
ind I do believe this would be oneot,
the beat play* in the world to-day it bin
itrength had held out, and he could have
gone on and cut out the rcat of it. With
thin brief but noceiuary explanation of
the plot and purpose and moral of thi*
excellent worK, l maice ray now, repeat
iot thauks, and remark that the aclaaoH
liavo Iteeo repaired ami the work of improvement
will elill go on.
Why NilIIop Djupcptlo Torlnrc*,
When tho famona regulator of enfeebled,
icid or billioua stomachs, Hoitetett?r,?
Bitten, will cure yoa? Could you read tho
testimonr of the myriads of dyapepUoa
whom it Km cured, though you might be of
\ skeptical turn, you would be convinced.
Ktidunco of ita efficacy ia constantly inultiplying,
aud thia relates not only incase*
:>i djapepaia, but also liver complaint,
constipation, urinary and uterlue troubles
ind malarial disorders. The aueceta which
lias attended the great atomachio has incited
unscrupulous not tics to manufacture
cheap imltationa of it, which they attempt
to paint off aa the genuluo article lint, ? >
familiar lathe public with tho real elixir,
that these nefarious attempta are rarely successful.
Neither imitation or competition
fleet tho popularity of the atandrad
article. . eodaw.
Mrct the wonts of thoaa who need a safe and
reliable roctlldno. TheImmense demand which
has ao rapidly followed their introduction la
vldsnco that they do supply this want, and
proves thctn to be
J L
I rue moot nnmitaD nni T
I iiu. mu<3i ruruunn nix |
ever flarnUhed the American people. Th? highe*t
ranika' authorities concede their superiority
orcr ail othen, tiocnuic tlicv possess alterative,
tonic, and heaiinjr properties contained In no
Other medicine. Being strongly Antl-Blliou?,
they expel all human, correct a vitiated state or
the system, and, being purely vegetable, they
do not, like other pill*, leave the stomach and
towels in a worse condition than they found
them, but, on the contnry, impart a healthy
tone und vigor before unknown.
|OUR WORDS INDORSED)
Dr. C. L. MITCHELL, ^ ?r??
. . . " I know lit uftrieritji t>/r*?r f Hit,
vaut It ttt Htm mrJ intltdd of (it \ort\Itu
ic*founds tdd ia till tounlrjr." ...
Rov. R. L. SIMPSON, Loulavflle, Xr^aoj-si 1
. " 'lull's fills art VKjrth lAtir vrtieit J
i
Hod Sick Hoadache & Plfea 30 Y?r?.
. . . "J am vtll. Gaining itrtnrlk ?nd n
tea:^ * s- a-u"
He Defies Chilli and Fever.
" ?"* Tutr? frfh, M d?jv Milt,
lllituu ma jta a tbbt of rroiUudS." . .
F. it. Rijtfcy, Chicago, III. J
Sold evmwhcrv. Price it ctaU. Office.
JS Murray Mreet, New York. '
Crty hair i* changed to a glouy blaek by a
Ingle application at this dyt. it la eaaily nppiled,
acth like magic, andbashanaloa uiprini
^icr.ONever diiappolnU. Sold by dnjjgiau.
Fnce It .w, Oflke, jj Murray Stttet, KtwYwk.
D HUCCUT8.
Come to the Waters.
BETHESDA WATER.
FoairaainK remarkable efficacy In Dlabetla, and al
ill ram of the kloneyi and urinary urgaui. t'oi
tale by the barrel or gallon by
loo in, list a co.
BUFFALO UTHIA WATER,
Pro in tho celebrated Bjnlnga In Virginia, valuabli
nt a tonlo and attentive, and e?j>ecl?Uy adapted t<
treatment of female eonplaiuti For tale by
LOO AS, LIST A CO.
BLUE LI6K, CONGRESS
4nd Vichy Wataa. For ule by
loo an, Liar * co.
COLB AND SPARKLING
Soda Water, itrlotly pure, and fiatored with pan
Jyrupa. For aale by LOOAW, LIST A CO.
Qood Thing to have In the House,
1rundy*a Cholera and Diarrhea Mixture. A retlalie
remedy. For aale by
]y>l?daw LOO AS, LlffT A CO.
THE GREATEST MEDICINE OF THE
AGE!
Kraff s Dfvitioea Ctunpoond!
JN EQUALED FT AST OTHER PRETABArrb.N
IS THE WwRLD for the cure of
uholera, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Flux,
Oholera Morbus,
Summer Complaint,4c.
In uclTerml uae for FIFTHEN YEARS!
HAM NKVBK FAILED IS A BIHOLli CASH.
CEEP IT IN TOUR HOUSE,
take it with tou when you i ravel
tiald wlih a goareotee?110 CURE. SO 1'AT I
Ocrtltt nfii, trout prominent cttueaa of thin
ml nlKair KiiiIm
lot ?l.bj .UDr??rti and Dfil.n tnMeOltwa,
! 00c per 13utlU?.
ft. A. WcCABE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DBl'GQI6TS,
WBEBJSO, W, VA.,
aoix rnoPRMTOEX
ILWflTS GEHIE BEST!
R/EEID'S
COUGH SYRUP!
)o Not Neglect t Cold However Slight,
For COOOHS, COLDS. HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
KAUmi 1.
vv*uH| oc., nso
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
There U no Preparation equal to It Try
t and be ounvincetl.
kemkmbetu a?k for "iiBED'd c'ough
Iybup," and bo mre yon get it,
muoe 25 crxt* pec bottle.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Wheeling, W.Va.
01.1) BY ALL DKALSRS JJf MBDiCIXJO.
myl2
rOUT Y Ytuu BETORfc THE PUBLIC.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
LIVER PILLS,
FOR TH3 Cuts O*
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA ANl) SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pressure
; sometimes the pain id in the left
side; the ]iaticnt in rarely able to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain
i.i felt tinder the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for a rheumatism in the arm.
'I he stomach is afceted with loss of
'ijicmcanusicKiicss; me Dowels in
: ,cneral arc costivc, sometimes alter..'.live
vriih lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
ofmcmorv,accompanied withapainful
sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes
an attendant, The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that excrcisewould be beneficial
to him, yet he can scarcely
summon tip fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms
attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them existed,
yet examination of the bod v.
after death, has shown the liver to
hare been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M?Lase's Liver Pills,
is cases or Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
<v\thartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. Wo
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them a
fair trial.
For all Bilious derangements, and
ua a simple punitive, they arc uncqualcd.
dew ann or isitatioics.
The genuine Dr. C. ^iVLa::::'s
Liver Pills arc never sugar coated.
Every box lias a red wax seal on
tlio lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLaxe's Liver Pills.
The Equine M?I.AKE's I.i'.tr
Piixs bear the signatures ef (*M'.Lane
atid I'lesiing linos. en the
wrappers.
?ar Insist on ymir ' or
storekeeper giving you the gti.uir.c
I)r. C. M?;,Avr'a I.ivr.c. Pin'.s, jire|>arcd
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Sold by all respectable drcggists
and country storekeepers geneially.
To thoie wlthfoff to give Dk. C. M?!.akb's
I.tvxjt Pills a trial, wtjwfll mill po?t paid to any
art cf 0m Unite* Statw, oce 60* u' PlUi lor
twenty-five centv
FLEMING r.R03 .. Pht?burjh, P*.
qombstic
iASOUNE cooking stove.
rbe meat Economic*! nxl Convenient Storn In the
world.
40 SMOKE, NO SOOT, NO DIRT.
It U llgbt and portable and nully moved by on*
icreun. Clin bo o?fd In th* Hlttln* Roo?, Klti-hen
r out of door*. JUST THE THING >OUsUMIfclR
U3B. Will Bake better Uun any C?U or
V00J (store, ai the brat la nnllonn and cullr rrxilaud.
W11! Koait all kind* of Meata, Fowls, Ac.
nthortthU Stove wUldo all kinds of work that
an I* dune on any Cooking Stove or Range, and In
hA'tar tln? ? Ihi Hlnnumk^Hiil'i'-' "J *
or u* In tvo mlnnta. The Or?n can b? h.*t?u
vaUjr (or fWdtiun In five mloutea Lan;n Dumber*
ire dow In u?e to dlffmnt Mru of th? cvuntrr,
;l?ingentirf sitWic.i-n lb* stove out
J. 0. PJLYNU**, 4?en^
vajto 1114 &Urket St, Wheilu?.
FINANCIAL.
Jon* X. BonroiD, Prwt On. A da*a, Cuh'r, "T
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
SacocMor to the
I FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF WUEELINO. C(
Ctpltal .....1160,000 H
Thla Bank ! organhed and prepared to trUMet
the bualnaee of banking In all Ha dataila.
It auetmtli tba Flnt National bank ot Wheeling,
i U owned bj tba nmeaharthuldera nnd laundertbe
> tame management
By carefully maiding the Interna a! Its Cor?
rr?|<oodfUt< and Depcrifiora, and by a prompt and
faithful oxewtlon ? thatr wlihca, ft hopea to merit
thi-lr Mnd and confidence. ?
Noiaa and Bills discounted.
CullecUon* made on all polnta throughout the
Onltod Hiaua.
Deposit ArfoonU riWfet to cheek at light re- m
eeived from Banka, Bankers, FUma, Corporatloni
and Individuals
Certldoatea of Dopoelt Issued parable on demand
or ?i aztd aiiM.
, Intern! allowed on Special Dcpodu,
Diiscrona: if
John K. BoUfunl, I Wax. B. Blmpaoo,
Jacob B. Rhodea, Win. A. Turner,
fftn.A. !* ?, | John L. Halt*,
A. H. Admin, I 0. C. Dowoy.
Hsnrjr M. Harper, | iiiy'-M-daw ^
Commercial Bank.
Capital, . . .T. . . $100,000. Al
Office-NO. 1803 Main 6L JI
Interest paid oo Spedal Depoalts. Collection*
in ado nnd proemda trompUr remittal. Aouurita i
of merchant! and otben ulldted.
Diutcion: ^
Tbofc H. lilt, J. L. BtUel,
H. J. Hraytb, W. T. Burt,
J.C. Tliotuu, Chaa. II. Booth.
W. A. Wllaun,
THOd n. LIST, Praddest
J. L. 8TIFLL. V. Fi?t A
H. V. HII.ImETlI, Oahkir }all N
D. C. List. Joburn Biybolld, _J
Hcair K. Liar, UiMOjiU*!,
Wn. a. Li?t, Unary W. Lurr.
Bank of Wheeling,
WUEELINO, W. VA.
C?plt?l, JIOO.OOO.
Plockholilcri penooaUj llabla ud rqinwtlni C
0??T *500,000. *
Recrtrea Dtporita anil Dtorounta Paper.
lH*la In (low, Silver, Cola-lmdta and Sterling
Exchaoge. Xi
i??lla Dr*fta on England, Ireland, France, Uex?
many and other prominent parta of Europe.
Btiraaad aeJla Government, Hute, City and Bali'
road Honda
Inter ait paid on P portal Dcpoalta. DI
Special attention fWen to Collect! -na.
? i1MIVU D. C. LIOT, Preddwt
<J. LAMB. Quhler.
JQ3. 8EYHOLP, Aaaiatant Oubler. ]a?
Fvrhanc?a Rank Ul
? * ?v I1
J. N. Vijici, IWt. BAM't LaCflhU!*, V. P |
OrtUl - - 1300,0M
Liability o( Hlockhoddera ~ 400,000 j
Thla Bank luccwtU to the bualnom ol the Mar- J
chant*' National Bunk, and d<*la In Cbln, Coupon*,
Commercial lVpw and Rllla of Si change.
Interat paid on Special Dejweiu. ;
Collection* niada on all polnta and piocwdJ
promptly remittal.
Acruun'ji of Hnnkaif aad Bit3ln?N Men Bolldtf d.
Stockholder* llabl* to depnaltora actordln* to the
CVinatltnUon of the State the sarua u In National
Banka.
raucroia:
J. N. Vance, | 8. HoikheJuiar,
I~ 8. D.'Jajitaln, | D. Outaun,
J. CI. U-uJinauD, j Wtn. Eiriujjham, '
Sntn'l Lnaghlln, I II. Wallacc,
Crawford Booth, I
auS JOHN J. JON EM. Caahler.
. J
I*. r. DUnrcnAtTTJ* "IB/*"
WATER WHEEL c
Isdeolartd the "STANDARD TURBINE,' oa
by over ?B0 persons who uw It Prices Rtductd
New pampble', free, N P BDRKHAM, tcrk. Pa gj?
Th? Crucial Teat of the raluo of a medicine Is =
time. Dow experience couQrw the claim put
fuxtb in its farur at ibo outset ? it tho rran i ones- F
tUin. Apply this criterion. w rl pin, yet so |i
o searching, to Tawust's KFrNivncxrr 3K.T- I
zxi apbmut. How bin It worn? Whit bu
bwu ill bUtcry ? How it stand to-day?
Tarrant's Seltzer Aporlent p.
Is ? household name ihiomhnut thn United States.
It li admin.star, dua specific, aud with bucoim,
In dyspepeli, alek heads'be norrove cl?blll-y,
llrer complaint, lilloui remittents, bowel complalnta(e-pedaily
eonatlnatlon), rheumttism,gout,
Kravel, nausea. tue complaint* peculiar to the maternal
sex, and a<l ty *? of luflammatioo. Si mild
t? it in Its operation that it tun be given with perfect
sai?ty to tbe feetlflat sblld; and so agnoable
children never relose to uku It. For aalota all
druggUta. '
$66 * ^lnyonrowntown. Tenu and ?6 (
*uu outfltfrw. H.UaJXKTT* CO, *
Portland, Milna.
i) fr E?lr? Flrrt Mixed Oardi with name, jo eta., ^
CD p<m-paid. l. joh1h I CO., hmq, n. y! vj
$5 to S20 Kr.d,y at homp. SaaptM worth
fJiu |J(rw Ihisio* 4CX>., Portland.
Maine.
$55s $77-pwo?{rn?&?rn^a'^
CIO a tfn ?t hotnr Aran waniad. Outflt anil IK
terra* freo TRUH A 00., Augute, M?tn? 1,1
GRACE'S OELEBATED SALVE
CURES ]\
FUlh TTotuiJj, From Limit. Salt Bhttw\ Cf.U'
buiitu, iwre Breitl, fort Upt, Etyriptl i HbigA
v*mu, Callutu, St Id Rnnl,L'tiapp#l rtan.li,
Bums, Cement, /Won/,
toaldt, Heru, L'lcm,
Wuvnlt, SMngi, AMugtet,
Fatten, IIVw,
ftifj. About, ("reditu,
Butilont, Fprmni, Mailt Rl
Bilei, Cult, Whilhvt,
Wa>ti, JUitltrt, Tan.
/ i triplet, Orn?, fmny,
Ilch, ingrowing Nal't, tollle Rath, IbtquUa amj
Flea Bllet, Pp iUr blkigt ?
Ami all cutaueom 4U**?w and eriipti?? generally.
Fo' talc by all drupglsts. grocer* and at ail cnuu- J.
try it> r?M throughout tho Unli?l atato nnd British
Prorinrrf. i'rlo* by rnallSJ wuu. Frenir'd
by BKTH W. fcUWLE A tfU&S, Sfl li*rrt?n Ate.,
rtuaton, Max. )yW-tod*y
"T"* WESTON'S
jj DIFFERENTIAL ,
w Pulley Blocks *
V B AUO KMOW.f AS
M_f \ MAXOriCTUUBO WXCll'llVX- J
|3y Vfx LY nT ,,ut fh"
|]f r Yale Lock Mfg. Co. ?,{
I ???? ? towse, Pro. i'l?
H*| STAMFORD, CONN. j!!
^-5'* Hold the I<nt<l ?'j?pftided at
I J ?ny point. p
1 JJ Eiitlleotiruuotnd.itbe work |
^ ? of four or Ave.
buttdtr. i
J. M. HAWLEY, ^
CARPFNTFR
Office?930 Mabkbt Street.
ReaUancd?51 Firnuani Street.
?> ? u
FOR 8AI-E?On South Bradway itmt laUnd,
on# Building L?t, 40 f**t front bjr UM feat deep.
Fine shade tret*, ted lot filled upabove grade.
urt JOHN M MAW LET. _J
milE UNIVERSITY OF W003TEB. T(
JL I
REV. A. A. E. TAYLOR, D.D., President. **
n?
A Urge property tod endowment. Full corpi o! P*
experienced Prafcteon. Xrarly 800 MudenU. [J
OiMletl, Philosophical and tdentlflc Gowns, u n
In b*at College*. French and Gnrtuan uught ih r- "~
oufhly. Board and expenaea eheap m ehewbm. H
Preparatory Department taojht mainly i.y Col- * '
lege teachers?EpglUh, Qaasical atd No'tnil P"1
Coums. All Clash or** tj Yovxu Wo*nr.
Catalogues lent frtaly on application to tha PRE*
I DENT, Wwter, Ohio. Jy4-W?*ir
GROCERIES. t
HOBURN&BRO.
GHOCER8, CO
)k. Mabxkt; and Elbvkmii Struts,
live Jait received and will soil low whole* LI
ula or retail, 1
100 Dos. one gallon Stone Fruit Jars. i
300 Doi. half gallon Mono Fruit Jar*. I
200 Doi. quarter gallon Stoue Froit Jars.
!20
FIjOTTIR- 1
? Of I
THE CELEBRATED pub
UUIDINu STAR G
Again la market
T THE LATE REDUCTION, t
hrg
rhe beat Floor la the city fop the money. Mql
ik your Grocer for it. Bold by all retailers.
os. Speidel & Co., Me
SOLE AOKTIB FOR IT AT WnOLMALK. n
BP1
o, largest atock la the olty of COFFEE, T
HCGAK, TEAS, BTRIII', UULAS- \vo
818. BICE, and ailOCEK'3 WH
SUSDMtS, dri
T THE TWO IRON FRONTS. J"
!li! etui
Satin Gloss" Flour. *
in
We are conitaaUy receiving thu
ELEBRATED FLOUR,
[? FINEST and BEST ever introduced
into this market.
m't Waits Your Monty Upon
Inferior Brindi. Co
JY. THE BE3T-THE 8ATIN GLOSS,
!-.x n t o r>?i -
isx, uavenpun a rants,
We
SOLE AGENTS.
c30
USr BKCfilVED- " WO
Tlmta Bw H)ro IIuna,
Tit row Boe Hhe ftboaldtr*.
BoXf* Bee Hire FjwlUtt KtOQU,
1 t?rce" Supir Cured R ef,
Gum to*??d Corned {in
Cow Cooked Tonga*,
( iMio k?d Ham,
Caw Rlch'a hplced Salmon,
CaaeQuduiuii a 0 Tun*.if,
0 boxes KuiMngtua Uerrtt^,
Que Uuav* J#Utjr.
nil be retailed cheap by A.IH
It. JT. 8MYTH,
el? Corner Market ud FourtanthBti. Clo
tliEAP OBOCERIES- ^
YOD CAN BUY di?c
lb. Ex. Yoang Hraun Tm for 40c. INC
u Ih. Bood Qan powder Ten far COc.
a lb. U?t Ounj-owder Tee for ?JOc. ftl
r 10. i*til japan r?m lor .. ~.Mu.
B lb. wmI Jui uu Tw for ....COc. F
a lb. l*?t < Moug Tw fur .Sic. ,
u lb. good Ooloug Tw for 30c. "0B
euty lba KJie fur .. fl 0()
rEABL J1EAL, COKN h Y KUP, ;
il *11 ktudj of OrtMfiM it the lowwt mnrk?t
prices, at
J. \V. BARTON'S, ?
1 and 2238 Maikr 8t., Ckcthk Wuuu.ia.
|N
'RINTINC,
SUCH JLB r |
irds, SI
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Posters, C
Receipts,
29
>r, in lai't, every Variety hud Style of "*
OB WORK,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES, at tha a"
ITELLIGENCER OFFICE. sp
o-?v Typo, CIS
New Preaauai, (
AND TH?
ST STOCK IN THE MARKET wi
25 and 27 Fourteenth St
q?
APITAL RESTAURANT. 1
fo. 1195 MiXXET Sr., w tU vnfy flrtMau &**
rant in iKt eUy It la the only EMtauraal that _
latpttaM rw?i?f9r U4in,or whm you cat, find pf
i quiet dmnllnr* of a h?m?. combined
it the brat cuuuw tbnt? be fouud In tbcrJtv.
on lund the rrry beat tbo market aflbrda 7b
rentable*. tUh, <7iUr* game, and flTiTythln* pnlil
wwn. nod Mini it up Id a main.nr un?xi?ll*l
th? oouutry. Uo can b? rvlied ujajo alwaya to
pith fTerythlPK tint-claw. Jy'O ' ni
>UKE PARIS 0R?E2i- Rtci
oft. r
OR POTATO UVGM. "J
Scb*
XT m]
ANES, WILSON & CO.8, Qi
228 Market St, below McLurt* noune.
ny'25
iCKE PARIS OBEHN
1211
And other
T=> A T "NTH"1 <=? T
Sold cheap at
ANES, WILSON &.CO.S,
LtrJ
IMS Markst BTRBIT.
ny25
:ejicliice: jZI
yhtal ice, wholesale and bet ail
th? lowtit ratff. >t th? Ctn and
iotboau, will (ack*l vlUi nvdiut; also to ill
t? of tba dtjr. ftrden by mull will receiro ninK.
<m\>l attroUon, at No l?0 Mark** itrwL anz rv
itutficr, W tooling, W.Vi. dcorf Iv prion lUt.
9)17 fcobeutluxk.
ah :
>00KM AND PAMPHLETS, <
> J*5
IKTEO WITH ACCURACT ANO OISPATCH AT f.1
OFFICI Of THI T
DAILY UJTELLUJENCEB, ggl
25 and 27 Fourteenth 8t "
(MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
mmunicatlon to Gentlemen
from
I. LINCEN,
Merchant Tailor.
etermlnlug to cloie out my entire itocic
OEMS' FVKMSIUKO GOODS, (or
purpoio of discontinuing that branch
ny business, I therefore offer to the
lie my entire stock of
ents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
bis li dona for tho reason that my eo?
;ed Merchant Tailoring Custom Trade
aires mv undivided attention.
rchant Tailoring Department.
iaviug received my whole stock of
iLNO and SUMMEK \VO"LENH, Ac.,
i prepared to make up to measure all
ol Cwalmere Suitings from $18 00 upda.
With a large stock of the most do*
ble goods on hand and facilities for
ling *ut the moit Fashionable Clothing,
n guarantee perfect satisfaction to ali
turners, Give me a call.
I. LUNTO-Elsr,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
y28 J220 Market St.
hos. Hughes & Co.
IPnAtll ii*r tiii rtPift
MtlilHAnl lAILUHb,
rner Twelfth and Water Street),
WTIEEL12C0, W. VA.
aro receiving wJuitioua daily to our
dready lar^c and attractive stokk of
RSTEDS,
CLOTHS,
CASSIMEBES, and
ntlemen's Furnishing Goods,
roil SPUING & SUMMEt: WF.AK,
I b?*JUv? we can offer superior laJucewenta
to any ui-ciliug
thing Made la a First-Claw Manner.
'e will hereafter make the following
ount to CASH and PBOilPT PAYI
CUSIOMKKS:
x per cknt off If paid lu 10 days. ,
IVK pkr cent off if paid lu 30 days,
x date of delivery of cloth?*.
r PLEASE EXAMINE OCR HTOL'K AN1)
CEH. i
THOS. HUGHES & CO. !
ylO I
Jew Goods!
nnikin _ -i iiinif n
rmnu ana ^uniiYitn
t
). HESS & SON,
erGhant Tailors,
00*. 14th AND MAIN 8T8.
e Jtt?t received their krge anil elegaai
tock of Goodi for.j
RING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Embnclag >11 lew detlcai ol
ith?,
^nulmaua
/a?miiibiva|
Veitlngi,
Suilingj, anil
Spring Onrcoatinijt
mob will be made op >a the U*?t Stylr.
KUI.L LWK 0>
NTS' FURNISHING GOCD8.
WBITB tJLIMTH MADH T6 OBVBX. j
re invite the public to call and examine
atock, feeling insured we cuu ofler ?unr
inducement!.
rl7 C. HFSS \ SON.
hree Mile Ice!
rrr from ai i imdhditipp
..... . ..win nwfc. mil Will I lb^. i
e undcrrifnetl hcjn Imto to iutioutiuj to Italic
itut h? tiu
t largosland Purest Stook of Ice
htli! In tbU rrjilun of th? country, which he
hi the lowt it oooipvtllion ur.i* tu ecusiuuuj
Lcl??U Bbd ret/ill.
din will he TKtlTwl bj- tn?U or ?t yfll>?srt A
ixvr'a Meat ehoy, 1112 Markrt
[W CO>*t<M> "UlttKftT.
IILDSEK'S
CARHIAGIiS
ecialitjr. Priccs to nit nil clawes at
i Street Variety Store, No. 33.
fU WM. MING NICOLL, Manager.
r W. McCONNELL,
Mo. 155 FIFTEENTH STREET,
Manulwxurer ol
bam!*, h?!f Rtrreli Apple ?n<l Flour Bitrtla,
Him Tim**, GUm btrieU *tul
Casta, Hutier tie.
IKPAUUITO PROMPTLY ATTENDMTO
FRENCH'S HOTEL,'
oh tub it torus ru*.
wrriCiTT Bau, Ham, roctt Ilotsi, im>
NKW I'on-vrncK.
MI9f YOKK.
MoJnv ImpruTa^o'i, (ne'udltf Elrrttor,
a, aid Bunuin< Wattr. la timy boom.
* T- J KKESCH A BBOt, iWcPn.
RE8H TEA8-800 PAI'KAOES
(ijujewdo, Upenjl, Vooa: 11,100. (k> o>.|t.
UJi AnMjbat, iod istwchonf Ten. lu note
lot nl? at low (Lu. og
M. HtlLtY, 1800 and illl Mala fit. |
tkamspoim *rt3h.
J^ALTIMOEBt OHIO RAli.ilOADCO
fiWIWMWB
Onaud nftw Ma; 14 1177, P itan??r fralni wli
Iff* m ?Vh.tila< ?mn:
jrfTTirFTrnrsF
?#T* BOVkO. dull J dai.j.
4. M. AM F ? A.M.
?bar lug...... 4:4' Ifctf iua ?UU
ArtlVMAt p f w
Ul,l"?" ?? Ml 10.80 m
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fjw ~... UM, ";06, 1**|
t.uiutmumd 1 46 0;J) Ml.
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Waahlofttub 7;J) 7:.V' ...*?
BalUifli*#... ... a.? MD.HH..
A. II P X. WMM
PhJadelpbU 104 ........ U4V....,
New *??k t.A
Daily ainpt Sanday.
No. 7 itaf* at til HttUom twtwwn Wheeling and
Cumberland; Ko 43 iloft at all 6 atluoa baiwvaa
WbeoUnK ?ud Uralluu.
Hi-? Wo id.
ITKfT-BOOf D. dally. No.**| dally.
Lca*o wbo un* ? 7.4 a.? tltr.m 145 p.m
AijItb at?
fcuxwrilla. .1 JO " HI " 101 A M
Ktwart ........ ?:0ur.? 10 00 * I I H
Culuiubua SUO1' .. #00 "
naoduaky fl:M " 9 in "
Dtyton......... 7 3u " IMt.U
Cloduo tl 8:v0 " ......
i uuUrll ? 1*4*1 A. 7.41m
lndl.iu| olU...~ 11:21 ra 1^*0 "
M. Loula. ? ' Oi-M 9:0
Chliaio- ?.WM 7M M
?imlly aaoapt Monday.
Noi. 8 and 11 naka close e nrwttoo al Columbus
for iJl p>M?ti South *ui ?ulb?astj at Q?l??o lot
all i*lata W?*l an*l Nurtli?oar.
haat-Ujuud trainauut? connections si Baltimore
lor ffcilad< iphta, N?? York and Boat n. At Wuhluaurtj
Uty iur ail points So..ih
Wrti-fr uud tiaim mike direct oatUMCtloM for
all principal |?iuta Wast and horthveat
fulioian Palace can on all n1*nt trains.
WllEEUhO, FTTTi-lbD BALTlUuHB DIY.
Uatea dally? 'Ani^ daily at
W In el m & 0 a. in. *Vaabtuft'n,Pa.ll;'4 s.m
3.3a p. in 7:10 p.*
'hxoopt fcnuday Kxoupt lundiy.
Ticket* to all priBd|ial (tints on i?la at Depot
Office vpcu ?t all hour* uurlo* ih? day.
iH<H HHURP.
Muim uf Ti?na|MUU'a.
a T. DETMia. Ota I A>?ut atyil
CLhVfcLAsDAP.Tr* 0HUH KAU-hUAi).
VONoMfokD ILMtt CAJiO,
lawaawauiBMB
On tad *ft?r M?y vOih. 1877, Ti*Uu will rwfl
JaUjr jeKt-pi uimUjt) folli.wt tU:
ao i >n mai i. it ism.
L'AVB.
IV'lslf* ..... HUm U.fO A M. 8 tC rv.
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Mtaiiu'i tarry^ fl 18 ?' IU8 517 '
l* ?nut,p AM ? .1:52 " 4W '
' u6rn?il]? 7:l? " UW f.? 41J? "
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r^chtfUr.... ... 9;.0 'J.dO " 8 40 "
ASIUVX.
htUluifch. f>M " 3 40 1:40 "
Allwiua....^..... BOSr.M 9: 0 " l'Jt'1 A.M,
liarrltfcii K ....... 10 5a " 2 40 A ? "30 14
i'?lii(LO:e...? , 7M5 " 7:43 "
Wa?h!fl^U>n.,M ? 812 "
FlilUa?M'U SO) a.m 7i*? " 7:'- "
Srw Yitk.......... t.ti " lois " "
iipostou 4. it r.M 8 jo r.M 8.W r u.
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?M?nce. IOiKl A.M. 5*.*D Y *
ll.v?u.A 1156 .VCC "
Uudwn............. rim i-.u c-4 "
'..43 7.ifc) 14 .......
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vt w?;u? ... 11 us " a M a.k.1
filing. .... r,rV) A. a.0?) "
cieucoivMt Ikll.i'jp it
J; .up m; till ut * ? >, aid arrives u .''tfut*o?i'lo
?t C:i6 p ui.
L>at*? te<ii4H.vill# ?t 7:15 a. m ; urlnt at
d/jilti'tort ?.t a in.
a ?vM ux,v.i.uj<'<i?.tlo'i tivlna >av* B? L in* at
'J 30 ui. tUid I2;tf i' tu.; Lil<l tputt >' 9 Ba.ni.
ud 1 00 p. ui; m.?f m? martin'* rcrrj 9 65 a in.
aad i:.0 p ui h. tutiila; !e?v? Ma:tiu*t 1 tir/fct
1 /5 * m. ktid 3.S<' p. ib - hrlJyefxirt 11 55 h iu.
-u<i 3:40 p. 111.; urtivu at liulialr. at il^u .. tu Mud
ui.
ticket* to all printl al puiott la tlie E. it xnd
Wot c.*u Ut jifAuud at ih? Ut Lui IV k?i ufiiw,
'.emit. il.uk, kui at tUe ?ul.' b hi btiu??*l<MU
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Tbe Irtxoct Lla? t'? the Soriliwcst, Wtat and
Southwest
COND? >'5K1> TlilE CARD.
Taking iS?cl Juun 24,1877.
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tiroWilli* 10.60 " a.a" I -
YVatliiDtftiMi...... 11:67 ? " 7:la * *
liuiiu&tun ...... I i'2: r ut .. 8 21 '
Morr w .... 138 ' .......... W1
< | 8 10 " 110:88 "
To U* U>4i and tjcutA (\U ''olmal'Qi)
h*-t ll*nc*lc Oil.
1.1 ii?. hi. Ei. Malt
f. M I A . 9. - A. M.
htuburgh n:35 *B;S0 f8:40
venbcnrllle - *1 W lOtiC 8:iS 9 20
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L?iy?u & 0 ........ 1J5
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You can
Get a Hat from Reed
ALL TUB CIlEAPfiB.
Go ice. 1222 Mais irTaEsr.
ly-i
jyjUsQUTo B.iita?
OF THE MOST IMPROVED STYLES,
-.IT?
li. JlEJiDEL, BOOTH 4 C'0'8.
i.y-'i
QIA.vr StfSl't.NDfcilS?
ONLY 50o AT THE MANUFACTORY,
612 Market St., ikloiv roaromcx.
ir-'O
LA KOf ST STOCK UKMKAIS IN HET
feTATK.
t-be^U-r llam?, the brat and meat reliable Fl?mi
In tlw uirket; au.ir mod hiioaMera. Plalo
bfaouldera, -uj*r f'urrd Brraafu: U.?n, Hm
Mil?? P?i?k, Family hiik, i umpPork. Para
Uallardlo Hero* Haml. Half aml?, Iml
Pall* and Half P*il? uu? ovu frodor?au^rT*
tcai.f iu IlK BU'ket. Moi'akuf lu>. ami
toibedetlar lu tundliutf our una Prlcw in
Dow al button.
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P?TOMAC HEHKiUti -M tull itorrtla Ho. 1.
jual rtc?iTrO sad tor m1? bjr
JelS Al. iitiLLY, ifcOW and 1S11 Mtlatiti

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