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DAILY.
by toU, in tuixmtft, pcttaff jxrfttid.
' r- |A oo | Tfcrt* flK>ntha.w....|2 01
* " i VO | Got nuibth.. 7!
I tlmml bj larrleu in City 10c [*t wwk.
RUH'WIMLY.
by thtH, (n adrenal, pctlaj* frr^oid.
' J'tru*,M 13 001 Six moothA......... 11 M
WEKKIiY.
By mail, in a<hnnct, fxttagi prfjoid
i yi fl M | bix uionlha...... 91 00
)n t luha ill Flye. 43 each,
in nut* of Tfti^...-..,....- ?. 1 40 each.
tn Clube of Twenty 1 30 Mch.
Ami an txtra copy to |*iaon xettlng up Cluh.jf
ribaal?? I'ttrca at* Invariable. Knnil at
our i!?k, In l>r*ft? or fwuflire Money Orten.and
where wither ?l the* ran t? pneuxed, aeod the
owney lu a tK?litered LetUr.
I Ml; INTKl MOFNCFR will rr??ut dally the
n?>?? l'i all der-r'wenti, 'rotn U qwten of
tlx* world, a* writ >' a ?ouij lete retard of local
. It" WbKKLY i?on Thuraday,and can
I* ha<l it the winner, In paid *n*elcpea,ready
for ma I line. ?*'&nd a rvpy to abunl /rindi
m.1 nlllf* .
I ? -! f f>rwna deitrlDg to have the
iuur 1HB9CIIleft regularly it their
,r,M.n<<i in Ihn city and ?ul>url*. tin t*
Ht'rd ty !?"ln? Ibrlr addwaa at Counting
; m or ly Arm latter thmiih thepcatoAo*
ui < c> rKIHlITOW?.?I*o attention will 1* paid
i.i ?n. ujruinua louinxiiilrallutt*; entry artlela
u.u't l? utoiapaoied by tbo wrltcr'a real name
?nJ addrtaa.
/luiivu hUerI /if unhoulJ It mldrrttnJ "Frm
,1 t ' art-i t/utthi tn no rai* L* mJdruml Jo
i. w >n.1irUual number of tht firm by aohm.
cblttMI^eitrcr.
nun niu: did it.
TIiill M'flnilorliil jounj; l.iulj on
(he Itullruud -Train.
I wu traveling through the Alleghenie*
nml enjoyed the picturesque pcenerj
with the infinite iatiafaction of one who
iul no other nit^ in view than that of
spending a few w<wk>t in a mountainous
district of Peonn/lvania. At Altoona a
Tonn? lady entered the car an?l took a neat
iii front of me. We?n? an individual whose
social instinct* lnve been developed, by
education and favorable circumstances, to
a very high degree, I soon succeeded in
engaging my fair companion in conver*
nation, and observed that she wai just on
intelligent as beautiful. 1 exhibited my
colloquial powers in their most brilliant
light, and wax, by turn*, Fentiment.il,
witty, reflective, ?arc*atio, and, in an unguarded
moment ot enthusi:i?tn,even quoted
some linen of poetry. If my memory
dot* not deceive me, they were: "The
melancholy days have come!" upou which
the lady exclaimed: Bryant?do you
like Bryant?" "I admire him, madam,"
replied I, with au air of sincerest conviction.
"Ho i* deserving your admiration,
and your liking him is a bond of nympathy
between us," said she, impressively.
"Who would not like Bryant? His poems
rinvey to an extraordinary degree the
actual impression which is awakened by
our lakes, mountain-, and forest*. He
has not only faithfully pictured the beauties,
but caught the very spirit of our
scenery. His best powers have hii anthem-like
cadence, whioh accord* with
the vast ncenea they celebrate. 11 in harp
h rttrutig in harmony with the wild moan
I he .indent bough*. Every m> *m.wood
trunk breathe* to him the myatfrie* of
lime, and e tch wild flower whh?pern*ome
tdought of gentlenean. lirvant i* the
priest of universal religion, and clothe**
in appropriate and harmonious language
-ntimentM warmly felt noil cherished.
The same difference that exUut between
true-hearted natural affection and the
metaphyseal love of the I'latoniits may
Im? traced between the manly anil sincere
i-ivn of Bryant and the vague and artificial
effusion* of transcendental bards.
Willi his inimitable pictured there is
ever blended high speculation or a rtfleclive
strain of moral command."
This ami more said the lady, with the
fluency nnd volubility of an Italian barber.
' You have expressed my views
more correctly and beautifully than 1
could have done/' I ventured to remark,
after a short pause: ''and what in your
opinion of Whittier'."
"Whittier?Whittier, who i* Whittier?
I do not know UimV
"1 mean John G. Whittier, the true
son of New England, who unite* the enthusiasm
of the reformer with the sympathies
of the patriot."
"I never heard uf that man; he is certainly
n poet without much merit, or perii-iiM
a riiino itir "
"I ntu sorry, madam, that 1 mint contradict
you: Whittier haa lieen writing
f-.r the last twenty year?, and i* undoubtedly
one of our bout poet*.
"Very strange, ?ir, that 1 should not
have heard of that gentleman; very
strange indeed."
I began to eye my companion with an
air of surprise, and was exceedingly pus/.led
at her wonderful knowledge in the
one case and ab*olule ignorance in the
other. Finally 1 thought, with Hamlet:
''There are more things in heaven and
earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in
your philosophy," and in order to restore
myself fur my iundeipiacy to explain this
p*yohological miracle, I commenced to
wnistle?at tirst without a definite melody
<>r market! rhythm, but afterwards 1
-trucK upon the tirnt theme of the ''Moonlight
Sonata."
1'he young lady started from her seat
and gawd at me with such perfect delight
Jliat I stopped instantaneously.
"Ah, Beethoven,"exclaimed *ht, "have
you heard any of his symphonies?"and,
without waiting for any answer, nhc conlinned
in the toneof aniuspired prophet? ?:
"Never has earthly art created anyt'lii-g""
-erene in the symphonies in A,
and K major. The trUnettc idea of the
4uhliinets alone applicable here; for the
UV.it of the serene here risen above all
<'-HUMiiiuent with the beautiful. The
riiiliMiko innocence of the theme in the
Hymn of Joy' till u* with holy thrill,
and nothing equal* the nwcet fervor to
which this prototype of purest piety is
ununited by each newly added voice, until
every glory of elevated fcelini; unites
around II like the breathing worldaround
a dually revealed dogma of purest love."
After thift eloquent discourse! stared
at the lady with epcechless amazement
and the feeling of my own uisicniticanct
and lamentable ignorance by the side ol
tU it prodigy canned me to utter a heart
rending nigh. A pcrnon endowed wit!
*uoh refined taate, and such critical judg
litem, would naturally l>e a most cornpe
tent authority in mimical matter*, ami
eurtaiuly be qualified to inform me con
tvrniiig Wagner and the limbic of the
future.
I summoned up my courage, and aake?
in a m?>dc*t tone of voice:
"Would you lie willing to expound U
roc the principle* of Wagner, and tel
me what vour opinion of thai compose:
IP.
"\\ agmr' c)i?< somewhat Mir
prMii; "l lUUft confer that I ?lu no
know :? ^vntleuun of that name.''
' Richard Wagner," I exclaimed, ?*th(
uimjMwer of |T*tinhai:H?r' nu.l M^oht-n
?rin/ the mu*ician, philosopher ami j?oe
in uiie person?the diviuo apoMle ol tin
n?*w uiuMcal goopcl."
"I reall? do not know jour friend,
* x< her <]uict reply.
At Oil* moment I felt precisely lik
lb.* young student in "Fau?t," after Mc
l-'ii'inphelea has deuioMtateil to him th
1 uu'r uh m a cour?e in metapiiysic*. to a
ly exhausted fruui inten*e *pecul?
l leaned motionlww upon the bad
"I hit ? ?!. The awful nilunce km du
only by the puffing of the engtn*
" rattling of"the wheel*, and the aleak
"/of the car.
My companion took a rinp from he
ami began to play with it. There
* I'll, ami with the dexterity of a pan
-< r 1 t*nt,wiw fortunate enough to catc!
*?.tl returned it to the fair proprle
lrn>?.
thanked uie uio?t warmly, "Yoi
hm conveyed a great favor on me," nhi
remarked in the aweetent tone ?flier ricl
beautiful it In. I do lote (be deep pur- wi
pie of th? amethyat. Amethyit in mj 111
favorite among the precioua atone*; it fs er
a variet/ of nuarti or rock-cryatal, and 8t
) couaista of slUcon-dloxide in ita pureat R
1 form. The*color of tbe amethyit ia aup- bi
poaed to be due to tbe preaence of a rain- a
ute proportion of manganese in its com- bt
position. The finest ametbjitacome from er
India, Ceylon, Siberia, and Eraxil. A oc
rariety|of tbe aapphire, of a purple color, aa
i? known under the name of Oriental j?
amethjut. The ancient Chaldeans ap. co
plied to thie atone wonderful healing tb
power*, which wero auppoaed to be of a to
miraculoua influence, particularly in cr
caaea of religious monomonia." ,
Up to tbia time I bad been ponetacd
of a atrong akepticiim regarding the *L'
tranaformation of Lot's wife into a pillar
of aalt, but at tbe present moment I felt
the possibility of auch a metamorpboiia
with abaolute certainty, and began to l,<
fear tbat I ahould be petrified like that Ef
unfortunate lady. Io a weak effort to 11
battla againat aucb a destiny, and anlidpaling
what would follow, I faintly ut- JT'
tered: "And topa*, madam."
"Tops*, air ? I do not know what ycu
mean, air."
This wsa more than any mortal could *
stand. Overwhelmed with awe and ad- cjJ
miration, 1 vacated my aeat, went into ?
v._ I- i i i no
we PQiuKing-mr, nno enura?urcu iu .
sleep in a occluded corner, for I felt that
further speculation about ibe mysterious *l
lady would endanger the normal condi- .
tion of my reasoning facultlee. ",l
The brakemaa awoke me from a kind
of a atu|)or by calling, "South Smithville
Junction I" South Bmlthrille?it waa at
South Smithville that my fair companion "r
had told me she wan to leave the train.
Led by I know not what impulae, I rtiahed
back to my place in the ladies'car. I
sank into my old seat, not without somo
feeling of relief. The whistle sounded.
In another moment we ahould bo off
again. th<
Suddenly that melodious voico I had bo
learned to know so well in so abort a time thi
fell on my ear : by
"My book, sir I I have left a book on fei
the teat. \V ill yon hand it to me ?" bt{
1 started up. It waa indeed she, stand- bt|
ing juat outside the window, holding out or
her hand for the book. The traiu was on be
the point of starting. I began a frantic air
search for the book demanded, and iu my of
excitement proffered her my own hand- au;
bag and one of the car-cushion*. I grew an
red in my face in my futile search. The
uea rung ior me lasi lime?me car wu in da
motion. The young lady outride of the ar
car threw up her arms with a cry of de- pa
spair: * mi
iWhat shall I du? What slull I do?" wl
I had only time to cry out that, if 1 ca
found it. tho precious volume should be pe
cent back to South Hmithville without co
delay, when we had left the itatiou a ne
hundred yards behind us.
Then, of course, as luck would have it. cli
f laid my hand upon the book, which had wi
lain directly under my no?e all the time, an
A fat, chunky little volume it was, ev
with a vexatious air of self-imnortance ho
about it. Mechanically I opened it. The at
title page bore the inscription: pli
" Schwarl2cnschwaflelbach A Jtnkin's th
Pocket-Lexicon and Encyclopedia." The Tl
tirrft few leaves were cut, and on the laat tri
free page my eyes fell on the worils: tb
4,Cai?padocu.?A district of Asia cii
Minor. Under the Pernian Empire it hi,
included the whole country inhabited b? wc
a people of Syrian orgin, who were call- ev
ed, from their complexion, white Syrians, bu
and al*o Cappadoces, which appeared to an
have been a word of Persian origin, va
Under this Emipre the whole country was of
governed by a line of hereditary satrap*, ex
who traced tlieir descent from Anaphas, thi
an Achat men id. one of the eeven chief- thi
toins who slew the pseudo Siuerdis n
* ? ?
In five minutes more the would have 1
given ui? Cappadocia.
ls
rilK TIMJH? 151 IIIATOKY. Jr
VuguliomllMtn floclRllj. Morally
:tuil RrllKhinil; C'?ii*l<lcrcil.
P. I!, fhillabt-r, la tlio B?*ton Journal.
In ail ages of the world vagabondism
has existed and puzzled the heada of the
wheat in devising cure* for it aud remedies
against it. Laws innumerable, with
the severest penalties, have been enacted
to control it, but it haa lived, nevertheless,
defying all opposition, revealing in ' 1
many form?, and never without resource* tin
to annoy and deceive.
An old Cierman writer s|wnkn of the *?
period between 1450 and 1650 as the "
?;olden age for mendicants, aud given the
act, moreover, that mendicancy waa
"practiced lew from necessity than pleasure;
indeed, it was pursned "like a rcgu- in
lar calling." Ji?
The earliest book upon the subject of
beggars and vagabonda nener:Uly wrw t?i
written in 1509 by an unknown author, |?
the nr.<*t printed edition of which appear- [*
ed in Auishurg, between 1512 and 1514, ch
and was entitled "Liber Vagatornm," or dri
Book ol Vagabond*. This little book in ^
i the original comprised but twelve page*, ^
i and wm very coarsely and crudely writ- _
ten, and yet it waa considered worthy of n
commendation by the great l>r. Martin +
Luther, who, amid all bis duties at that c
momentous time{ wrote a preface for it, *
which is very unique in its way. 1 can- _
not repress a smile of satisfaction as 1 ?
read the old reformer's confession, unwil- z.
lingl v made; that he has been swindled by
vagabonds. What a volume of anecdote 7
might be written of those who have been
thus cheated! whose kind hearts havo
been deceived, but who, perhaps made fl
more shrewd, but most likely not, never
falter in their disposition to do, even at
, the risk of further deception. In the
"UiK-r Vngatorum" there are twentylive
kind* of vagabondism described, the
art* of most of which are obsolete, but
enough is shown to prove that the principle
of fraud remain* unchanged, however
the forma may differ. The nulhor ft,
happily discriminate* between the unfortunate
beggar and the cheat, saying Al
that "there ia many .1 godly man who
bega unwillingly, aud feels ashaiued be- ?,
fore those who knew him formerly when' M
he was better off, and before he was comlulled,
to beg," and command* such to
the benevolent. The rest he clarifies,
and of thcfe I select a few a* bearing
1 upon our own time. .
1. The Stabulsra, or (Uthfrrn, who bif A
in fimllte.4, cvh IutIok ?l> ?>r mviM aai-k* ami mi- K
! tjIujs a (vii, platr, upoun, flank, tn hold whai may \j
t* KiTi-a them In Ibe name of all tfao ulnla,aevI
era-lf.
Occasionally, in the country, such
1 groups are seen here, objects of the deep
est pity, and if not begging in the name
of the saint*, present appeal* for charity
' before which doubt is banished.
'i Thi? I-oMcnem,orpflionoraletIoa?e,ar?tw|K*r?
) on account ul prftcmlcU luprliuuuiculi for ttiuadtuc*
uk?.
I Since the war many of these liavo pre
( emeu themselve*, making it terv hurt!
> at tunc* to decide which U the triife and
I ?rhichs the false. Ono of thin clam not
r Ion#? since appealed to an association of
which ho aflirmed tbat he wa* a member .
and proved himself each, telling a fearful t
t tale of wrong done him; ituprwoned, ?
property burnt, wife and child destitute
e hi* jK-rilou* escape and hoped reunion.
Tear* rolled down bin cheek* a* he told SI
l his alory and begged for aid. Ordinary
c buain?M prudence waa drowned in that
tlood of tear*, and a collection of forty
" dollar* wa* taken up ou the spot. Then "I
the lachrymal udder* again pare down, I
e and aj he pocketed hi* plunder he ,
- breathed the piou* wish tbat Clod would ?
e blew with hi* infinite favor those who
i. h :til iliirtu l)ii< niniia . I...1 II .1
i- scoundrel muat bare chuckled at the
k credulity oC hin dupe* !
'* s. The Klrnkm*. or <>|pn>?. TW Wirm I
JJJ * lh* *J*un"? .fwt ami ittwd r.l,7?n? i
church baring* with -ore and t?ukrn ! (>; ?i,? C
hu iiu |w>t, anothrr no ihiuk, a Ihini do h?u<l or
?rm. ,i
* This claw, then rery Urge, hM name- K
* rou* representative* to-day in our own *
* country, though modified by circum
atance*. Maater liana Ziegter, of Rn?. 1
'* heira, went /or one with a woodm lej, 1
who had insulted hi* niece, when the lei* *
J low ran away. leaving lit leg behind b
? him; another ran eo nimbly, in terror of ?
i a comtabte> that, aa the book tay?: -'.K K
? hone could hardly hare run faiter." A
Ithered arm or a wooden leg in a pretty
Itle capital now-adays (or ooe of modate
ambition. The late Bey. Thomaa
arr King was on one of the Hudson
iver boats when a cripple appealed to
m for money to aid him in purchaaing
wooden leg. He had collected, he said,
it|7,60; and Mr. King gave him a genons
sum. The next year Mr. King wan
i the same boat, and wm asked by the
me man to subscribe for the same obst.
He was asked how much he had
llectod, and informed his questioner
at he had but$7,60. He was adyised
increase the figure somewhat for the
edit of a charitable public.
I. Ths D?bl*iori, or Church Mmdlcsnu. Th?o
iud? went about with Uttrra and rail. b*ntDR
nito rtjmlra rulu?J cltapslvr lobuUdauav
arch.
Concerning this clau the Lcibernj*:
i'eril.v such friars do tuake collec)nn
for an edificum, vis., one which lies
it far baneath the nose, and is called 8u
runkard't Chapel." There were good
en, however, among tbese, lor (he
'iter advisee that "if from a church that
* two or three mi lea from thee, people
me to beg, give tbem aa much aa tlioo
ltorcanat." In our own day the lion*
t applicant of thia claaa, if a stranger,
nnot find fault it hia vouchers are teat.
Beggara for church fairs need have
fears of being included among this
iss. Their fair faces, so often seen, are
aranteed vouchors.
Other clasiea of beggars are mentioned,
len vagrants and strollers are iutroduc
, and foremost among the latter were
Me who, with a show of learning, were
id to go among farmers and others and
etend to do small miracle* by charm*
d incantations, uttering among other*
ei?e mystical words:
"Whemrer th?M words are aald
lit nun thai I luddeulf Ull
Mo murrain*, mildew or other uilmrlo
(halt tourh Ibla grouctl to alt olrraltin."
1 have not room to describe at length
a various classes of (he old-time va>nml*
and their expedients, and will,
trefore, merely mention a fww of them
name: the Urantner*, or those who
gncd epilepsy, the Schleppers, or false
KM>ng prie*ts; the Gickisse*, or blind
Ifgars; the Naked Beggars, the Voppers, 1
demoniacs?all. indeed, that are tit to
named, the rent having no imitator*
long the profession Unlay, the chanpea
cn?tt?irantl~the progreaaof refinement
Kgeating other mode* more ingenious
<1 more respectable.
The humor* of the vagabondism of toy,
though different in manifestation,
9 from the mine apirit a* that of the
at, and we are often compelled to adire
tha ingenuity of the deception,
jiledeprecating it* villainy. An? one
u recall inatancea of thi>4 sort, either aa
rnonal experiences or aa mattera rcrded
in tiie paper*, enough to form a
w "Liber Vagatoruia."
The auppremdon of vagabondinm, injding
trampiam, ia again taxing the
adorn of society, aa the newa of violence
d outrage by the fraternity burden*
err gale. Yet the principle of vagandiam
invade* even society itself, arul
time* deed* are done by tramp* in pur*
b and line linen which quite ecli|tae
oae ol the litaniaelites of tlio highway,
link of the breachea of trust, the l>elyed
confidence, the monatroun fraud',
t violation* of all law* and all dermand
a cue of arnon now and then, or
ghway robbery, by the poor racpal* may
iar a mitigated anpect of atrocity. The
il muit be submitted to until it ia cured;
I, an the curcutio and canker-worm
s (>aid to be the results of cultivation,
gabondiam ia but the gloomy ahadow
wealth and prosperity. Therefore the
tent and quality of the one muat ofl'-et
9 other, by l'rovidemial law. The bent
at can be done in to control the evil.
If] F. BURN HAM'S "1874"
WATER WHEEL
declared ths "STANDARD TURBINE.'
u?rrtBOp?rw!u whouwit. Prices ReduCfl
'w pumpblu'. fr?. W. F. BDUNHAM Yi it. }'*
I be Crucial T?it ot the value of* medl
u??- !>(? experience confirm ihn claim put
lb ia il* favor at the ouUn 7 ii tho gran I
n. Apply lliis criterion, to ?l>i<p!t>, ji-t mi
Marching, to TAaaiNT'a ErraavitscKirr Brit
ArKiiurr. now uu 11 worn 7 wnat n??
Q it* Ulatoryf How daea it itand to-day *
T?rrant'? Seltzer Aperient
i household name throo|hoat the United
ii adulnlitend u a ipecific, and with ium?*,
dyipepala, ?lck headache, nerrota dibllli*,
t miiiplaint, bllioui remittent!, bowel Mmilnti
(especially conitlpniion), then mit lim, gout,
irel, nausea, the ronplalat* peculiar to the ma nal
aex, and all tyaea of Inflammation. ??tnlld
it lo in operation that It e*n be jjlTen with jvr t
?sf?ty to the feelleit child: ?nd ao agreeable
it to the time, ao rvfirahlng to th? palate, thai
Ihlren nercr rufu?e to take It. For aale by all
?nM'. '
RR wwk In your own town. Tcrmi ami fA
UU outfit fre*. H. HAhLSTTA OH.
Portland, Main*.
r Extra Flnt Mixed Cardi, with name, 10 ft*,
,) poet-paid. 1- JONfaa A CO., Nawau, N. Y.
5 tn con r*r J,y *l hotn** sampiw worth
3 10 Js jrec. SiwaowdCo^ IVirtUnd,
lino,
55 s$77
lO a day at home. Agenta wanted. Outfit inJ
'~_tcruia free. TRUE A CO., Auguata, Maine.
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ore-room?, Private Dwelling*, Ac., at
A. W. PAULL A BROV,
jy.TO 1143 Main ?trcrt
I01RPII ||. s\UK.
313 MARKET STHEET, WHEELING,
f|tnir?'r ?.j an kiodi or S'wing rTnioea, ami
A<*nt tor ib? Uijbt Uir. nin..
DOMESTIC SEWING MAUtlSEK.
Oil, NfHlci and Attachment*.
CE! ICE! ICE!
BY.^TAL ICE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
th? lownt ratn. Delivered at Ilia cara ami
eanibnata, wpll parked with Mvdunt; aim to all
uti of tbe city. Order* by mall will m-elvw
wrapt att*ntlon, at No. 1130 Market itrtct, near
Mtofflcf, Wheeling, W. Va. ?m>\ for price ll?t.
?yn ItJBKKT LUKK.
kfEATS AND LARD?SUGAR
' 1 Cured CarmuM Mania, Sngmr Cured Canr.ni
bboulUrrx, Hui(ar Curnl G?n?iwU Bmkfwl Ha>n.
PUInSbuuld?n,Cl?ir8Ulea, Sugar Cured DrW ,
rtf, frwl? froui amoke Iioum dally; Kettle renJ?I
l*af Lard, in Tiertra, Barrela and Half Barrrli, ]
rp and PaiU; all at Uveal market taw*. I
M. RE ILLY,
]?U 1309 and lStl Main Street.
DRUCCIST8. _
Come to the Waters.
BETHESDA WATER.
FoNtttiDS remarkable efficacy In Dtabetla, and all
dlataiea of the IMneya and urinary oraana. For
aalo by the barrel or gallon by
LOGIN, LIST A CO.
BUFFALO LITHIA WATER,
From the calibrated Pptlngi In Virginia, valuable
u a tonic and alterative, ami e?pecially adapted to
lmUn?Qto( fatsttearopUisu. For ale \<j
LOGAN, LldT A 10.
BLUE LICK, CONGRESS
And Vichy Watch For ?l? by
LOGAlf, LIST A CO.
COLD AND~SPARKLING
Porta Water, itrlctly pure, and flavored with pure
byrupa. Foraalaby LOO AN, LldT A CI),
Good Thing to have In the House,
Ornndy'a Cholera and Dtirrhaa Mixture. A reliable
remedy. For aole by
Jjr2l-d?w LOGAN, LIST A CO.
rpHE 0REVTC8T MEDICINE OF TIIE
Jft. AUCti |
Kraft's DtinhaeaCompoanij!
UNE^UALED FT ANY OTI1EB PREPABA- '
HON IN THK WORLD lor tl.e eutt oI
Cholera, Diarrhoea,
DysenUry, Flux,
Cholera Morbus,
Summer Complaint,4c.
In untrerul iim for FIFTEEN YEAHii!
llAs NKYKK FAILED IN A DWULL CASE.
KEEP IT IN YOUR HOUSE,'
TAKE IT WITH YOU WHEN YOU TRAVEL
Sold with a parent**?NO CORK, NO PAY !
Nil OrtlOrttw, from prominent clUwuaof Uili
ui<l olhar Statei.
Pur ule by all Dnijftbta and Dealer* In AI edition,
at Ml* I*r Dottlfc
R. A. McCABE & CO.,'
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS',
WHEELING, W. YA.,
mytl SOLE PROPRIETORA 1
ill GET THE BEST !
T3. L< I Lj !l
COUGH SYRUP!
Do Not Neglect a Cold However Slight.
For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING <
, COUGH, 4c., um 1
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
i
There is no Preparation equal to it. Try {
it uu?l be convinced.
REMEMBER I Aak for "ftrkd'h CouGH
Syrup," and bo lure you get it <
I
prick 25 crxt8 prr botti.e.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
Whkrliitg, W.Va.
SOLD B r ALL DBA LESS IN MEDIC WES.
inyi'J ,
DR. C. M9LAN?S <
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
roa tii2 cure or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint, I
DYSrerelA ASD SICK I1EABACIIE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on presiurc;
sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie :
on the left side; sometimes the pain
i s felt tinder the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
fcr a rheumatism in the arm. ,
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness; the bowels in
i;-ncral arc costive, sometimes altcri.alive
with lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgencraily aconsiderable loss
ofmemory, 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 arc cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits arc low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, >ct lie 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 ex
istca, vet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged. .
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MSLane's Liver Pills,
in cases or Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive
of the most happy remits. Nobctter
nthartic can be used, preparatory
To, or after taking Quinine. Wc
would advise all who are cfilictcd
with this disease to five them a
FAtR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements, and
a simple purgative, they are tmequalcd.
hew arb or ijiitatioss.
The genuine Dr.. C. 11'.Lane's
Liver Tills arc never sugar coaled.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr. :
MVLane's Liver Pius. ,
The genuine M'l-Asr.'s I.htr
Tills b;ar the signatures of C.
M?Lane and Flemino Pros. on the
wrappers;
Insist on your druggist or
storekeepn giving you the genuine
Dr. c. M?!.ane'h f'lvLA Pills, prepareil
by Fleming Brosi, Pittsburgh,
Sold by all reflwctable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To time wiOiirf to C! I)?. C. M'Uirc'i
mw/im a trial, we will mall prnt paid to any
?f Uie I'ruteU State*. um bo* of Jcr
twenty-Sre cent*.
FLEMING KROS.. Pitttbursh. Pa.
RIICCCDtDO,fom L0ST kanhooo.
OUT ^Ln?nOS*'>MH IS.o^al??dl ..
v ? cairn. I l.y (mlif
mllon, wbo hat* given up all bope, after UtIukId
t?Io all tb? u-mIM muedin, will find I be only
Mi?i rWk>f by radio* ? or tending ttauip for free,con
fl.lwrtal, aod UMfclal ?d?lc?ut lhe?M Wtslern
Medlcil UttUto. 137 Systmsrc St., Cincinnati.
Write or rail a?d examine 1U Muveuu of Lifo*Hse
juu will iw ninTinmi
it la th?only UMiiuie thai his ami can aucmafuliy
treat th?M aftaonta No chant to ropon.lW ptrwna
tor tmtamt till ctutd. Jy30-J aV
Largest stock of meats in toe
htate.
I h*?ti?r Hatut, tlii- b?rt and moat rrllaMo llama
In tbo nurtrt; tfugar (ami tihoildm, Plain
Mioiildm, k4? fuml Hreaklaat Gear
i Sldea. Mr** po?k, Family Pork, Rump Pork, Pure
l.ra! I-arllnTwtn-a, tWrrrla, Ilalf tarrrb, Kci?,
Pallaand lia.f hula. Our own Product?aup?riur
tc any In tbo markvt No rlak of loti and d?uu?e
totbodaador In bnndUni out man a. Prices are
not at tmtiwii
LIST, DAVENPORT A PARKS.
financial. _
Jon* K. BomoBD, Fran. u?o. ammi, Qui'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Succcaaor lo u?
FIRST KAT1UHAL BASI Of WBEE1JKO.
CaplUI 1110,000
It auccccde th? Flnt Hatloa al Bank of Wheeling,
la owned by the aeme ihareholdera and U under the
By carefully regarding Ike lntcreeta of IU Ctorreapondenta
and Depotitorf, and bjr a prompt and
faithful execution of their wlihca, It bopee to merit
their eeteem and confidence.
NoU'i and HILL* dlaconntoL
Collection! mad* 011 all polnta throughout the
United Rlatea.
Hep alt Acrounta lubjeet to check at tight reeelved
Irom tonka, Bankera, flima, CurporaUona
and IndlTldual.
Certificate* of Depoelt laeutd payable on demand
or il fixed da tea.
In tenet allowed on 8 pec 111 Depoalta.
dmctors:
John K. Botafonl, I Wm. B. Blmpeon,
Jacobs. Hbodca, I Wm. A. Turner,
Wm. A. laett, | John La. Hobba,
A. M. Adam*, I 0. C. Dewey.
Henry M. Harper, | my21-daw
Commercial Bank.
Capital. JIOO.OOO.
Ornn-Ko. lsoettslo 8t
Interest |*ld on Deposit!. Collections
mad* sod proceeds sremptlr remitted. Accounts
if merchants sud others solicited.
DiMcron:
Tbo?v II. Lilt, J. I. Btlfel.
K. J. 0mjtb, W.T. Bart,
J. C. Thonus, t'hiu. II. Booth,
1V. A. Wilson,
THOB. IT. LIHT, President.
_ J. L 8T1FKL, V. Prest.
a P. HILDRETIl, Ouhler. JtM
D. c. List. Joaxra 8*tbou.d,
hmit k. List, oimox i amb.
Wm. a. List, uKKIT W. List.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
:?pit?i, $iootooo.
filwkhoMen ptnontllr UiMe ami reittMqUm
Ter joro.ww.
Beceive* D?**lts and Discounta Paper.
DenJa lu liold, 811m, Cola-Drafta and Hterllng
Szehaoni
Hills 1'rvftn on Entlaml, Inland, France, Gernanj
and other prominent part* of Europe.
Bur a and sella Oorerumeiit, Htate, City and Railroad
Bunda.
Intercut paid on Fpectal Depoeita.
Hpeclal attention glrtn to Collections.
1). C. LIST, President.
O. LAMB, Cashier.
JOS. EBYBOLD, Assistant CaahW. JaH
Exchange Bank.
J. N. Varcb, Pres't. Sah'l Ucfluuv, V. P.
bplUl ..... HD0.000
liability of Stockholders....-.^... ... 400,000
This Bank succeeds to the bualneaa of the Morhanta'
National Bank, and deala in Coin, Coupoca,
Joraraerrial Paper and Bills of Exchange.
Interrat paid on Upedal Deposits.
Coll Actio 111 made on all nointa mml nrnr? it?
promptly reialtud.
Accnunta ol Ban ken aid Basin cm Man aolldUd.
Htockholdvre liable to desoaltora according to th?
^oniUtuliono/ the Stale the mine m la National
Sanka.
Diurron:
J. N. Vance, | 8. Horkhelmer,
1. H. DclapUln, | D. Outinan,
J. (J. IIoUuumid, i Win. fcJtincliaju,
fem'l Lmn;hHn, H. Wallace,
Crawford Booth,
?"* JOHN J. JONES, OaahlBT.
FURNITURE. &C.
i. n. moceiibad. w. tuos. zi.sk.
X. II. VAN CLKVK.
UNDERTAKING
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
OF ALL SlZStf.
SHROUDS, GLOVES,CRAPE.&c.
A. R. MOREHEAD & CO.
Furniture tad Carpet Booms,
1117 Main Street
augl
JJNDERTAJUNG.
BURIAL CASES OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES.
CORPSES CHEMICALLY PBESliBVEl).
Calla anairercd at all hours from the Store.
WM. ZINK & SON.
Furniture and Carpet Boorai. North End Centrt
Wheeling M*rk?L jt^
JjllNE FURNITURE,
LACK OCRTAim, cosyICS8 A MIRRORS.
E. EDMUNDSON & SONS,
139 LlBRRTT STEMT, PnTSBUBOR, PA.
no7
CHINA & QUEEN W-RE.
pmrj3K""j2Syfga^
PI'IMT 1 IP9 OCM
i IVV l? ? AlW OJV uut.
JELLY TUMBLERS 40c per dot, at
C0MMIN8 A WOODS',
au17 1142 MaixStrbbt.
QRFAT REDUCTION IN
WHITE AND GOLD BAND
CHI1TA
Table Cutlery,
Silver Plated Ware, and
Fancy Chamber Sets.
JOHN FRIEDEL,
?nl5 1130 MAIN STREET.
n STEIN MKT/..
T?pet Ofl* Manufacturer.
Nra. 1211 and 12U Mala Html, up ?Utra (old
Unlnn Hull), > no* prriwr??| to makr ill kinds ol
Faacr tad FUln Hp* Huxca in u good Myt* m4
at u low pri?? anjhouM la tb? country. Orden
from the country proapUy attend*! la.
mrtl
GROCERIES.
GROCERIES.
JOS. SPEIDEL & CO.,
TWO IRON FBONTS.
Largest Stock in the City of
CofTst, Sugiri, Tmi,
Syrupi, Tobicco,
Grocers' Sundries.
GUIDING STAR FLOUR,
The Cheapest and Beat Flour made. Don't
icvunpnncipieu ueoiers inuuce you to lake
some other Star Flour, saying it is the same.
We hare the exclusive sale of Guiding 8tar,
every sack of which haa Ralalon, Hall &
Co'a name on it. All dealers are requested
to examine our stock.
1116 Main A 111? South SU.
aul3
THOBURN& BRO.
GKOCEIIM,
Cor. Marot. akd Elevrsth Strrkth,
Have juat received and will sell low wholesale
or retuli,
100 Dob. one gallon 8tone Fruit Jars.
zuu i'oi. nan gauon eione rrait jara.
200 Dot. quarter gallon Stone Fruit Jara.
}y^Q
"Satin Gloss" Flour.
Wo are comtnnUy n-rtiviug tliii
CELEBRATED FLOUR,
THE FINEHT anil BLtfl'ttfr iutrmku-eil
into tliia niarktii.
Don't Waste Your Money Upon
Inferior Brands.
BUY THE BEST?THE SATIN (1LOS8.
List, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
jc3Q
JUST RECEIVED?
8 Tlertea Bee Hire Hams,
J Tlercea Bee Hlte Bbouldew,
J Boxva Bee Hive Breakfut Knuiu,
3 Tlercea Sugar Cured Beef,
S Que* Prtwed Corned Beef,
'J Cuk* Cooked Tongue,
1 Caael'onki-d Ham,
1 Cue Rich'a Spiced Salmon,
1 Cue Cincinnati S. C. Tongue,
10 Boxei Burlington llerrlbtf,
1 Cue Uuata JeUej.
Will to retailed chcap bj
R. ?J. 8MYTII,
|eld ? Corner Market ard Fourteenth Sta.
QI1EAP GROCERIES- .
YOC CAN BUY
One lb. Ex. Young H?ion Tea tor .. 40c.
Ono lb. soo<l Gunpowder Tea for 60c.
One lb. ucst Gunpowder Tea for -90r.
One lb. beat Japan Tea for...... ......Sflc.
One lb. good JapanTrn for ....CCc.
Oho lb. best Oolont? Tm for.?
One lb. good (tolling
Twenty Iba Rice for ? ......Jl oo
PEA EL MEAL, CORK 8TRUP,
And all klodi of Grocerlea at tb? kiweat market
prlccs, at
J. W. BARTON'S,
2251 and 2251 Makkct St., Cixtkk Wiuklim*.
mrSl
PAINTS, OILS, &C.
pURE PARIS GREENFOB
POTATO BUGS.
AT
HANES, WILSON & CO.S,
1228 Market St, below McLure House.
iny25
pURK PARIS GREEN
And other
PAI1TTS!
Sold cheap nt
HANES, WILSON & CO.S,
1228 Markkt Strkkt.
my25
WHITE LEAD.
K. F. HAY,
Paints, Oils,
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES,
No. 1211 Main Sireet, Wheeling, W. Vi.
FOB WALE?ARMSTRONG A KcKELVY'H
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE LEAD.
What Painter* Say About this Lead.
1)atTon, Owo, April 17,1877.
We, the underlined, do bmhy certllj that we
ha?aui*d Aroutrong A McKelty'* Sirlctljr Pure
White Lwid, and we Dud tt tba beat In thn inarkML
It la whiter, pound finer, coven more aurfaco,
and lias more body, than any we bavu em used.
(signed by] John B. DuirsKY,
Sign and Carriage Painter.
Hartki: a Piktii,
Palntera and Paper Hangers.
J. A. Ladd,
Painter and Paper Hanger.
A. P. harkltt,
my2S House and Hgn Painter.
The Argonaut MiTis,
FORMERLY
THE BRADLEY WOOLEN MILLS
MAKUPACTUBF
Yarns, Jeans and Flannels.
i'ARN EXCHANGED FOR WOOL
DA.LZELL A UST,
rorft) WliKKUXtt, W. Va.
FP.-W & CO.,
BOOK ItliNIHCKH
?A*D?
BUNK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
An* prepared at all Udm, with lb* bat material
tit Ml onlera for Blank Uouka, aurh aa arc uaed by
Kanka, Counties, Corporation*, Railroad* and Merchant*.
upon abort not Ire, and In the moat drslnhie
ami workmanlike manner.
Having all the latest and moat Improved inarhlnerr
w* f^el confident that we will render entlw
othfii tlnti to all who favor u* with their ordera.
1 *u?le, Mwiilnea and Periodica]* of every d*
I rHpiUm l?und In a n?t and durable mannnr.
MILLS, FREW A CO,
HHV *5D 37 Poomnn bt?
I d.11 WBEKLIS0.W.7*
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SPECIAL
Communication to Gentlemei
rtox
H. LINGEN
Merchant Tailor.
Determining to eleie out my entire itoe
of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, fc
the pnrpoio of discontinuing that branci
of my business, I therefore offer to th
public my entire stock of
Gents' Furnishing Goods
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
This ( done for the reason that my en
larged Merchant Tailoring Custom Trad
require! my undivided attention.
Merchant Tailoring Department
Ilaviug received my whole htock o
SPRING and SOMilER WOOLENS, 4c.
I am prepared to make up to meiuiure a!
Wool CftMiuers Suiting* from $lb 00 up
warda. With a large utock of the raoit ?!c
irable goods on hand and faciliticM fo
turning out the most Faihionable Clotliing
I can guarantee perfect satiifactiou to al
cuatomvrs. Give mo a calL
HI. Llisra-IE INMERCHANT
TAILOR,
my28 1220 Mnrkct fct.
Thos. Hughes & Co
MERCHANT TMLORSi
Corner Twelfth and Water Streets
WHEELIHO, W. VA.
We are receiving additions daily to ou
already large and attractive stock of
WORSTEDS,
CLOTHS,
CA3SIX1ERE3, an.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
FOE SPRING 4 SDJIMEB WEAK,
An J believe we can offer superior induce
ments to Any needing
Clothing Made in a First-Class Manner
We will hereafter make the followim
discount to CASH and PROMPT PAY
IKG CUSTOMERS:
six i'rk CKKT off if paid in 10 days.
Five ran cent off if paid in 30 days
from date of delivery of clothes.
s-plkj&s &xaujns ova stock axj
prices
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
mylO
New Goods!
SPRING and SUMMEF
C. HESS & SON,
Merchant Tailors
COR. 14th AND MAIN STS.
Hftre fort received their lar^e and elegrui
lock of Goods for J
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
Kmhrtetijj *11 deiipns of
Cloths,
Cas*imcrefc,
Veatinga,
Suitinps, and
Spring OverooatinQs
Which vriUbeinadM np m the HuhUm?!*.
KIM.I, UNI! OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
WHITJi WIRT* S/AVC ?tl OtLURU.
We invite liic public to cnll and exarcin
onr stock. feeling awnred w? can offer ?n
perior iuducenimito.
iurl7 C. HKSS & SON.
BUILDING.
BUILDER.
J. M. HAWLEY,
CARPENTER.
Office?930 Market Street.
Residence?51 FnrrBKsrn Strp.rt.
mjtf
CV>R HAI.E-On South Broadway atrwt Inland
r on? Building I/it, 40 feet front by 12S fwt ?!?* t
Plorihadatma, ud lot filled up abort atrcrt ?rad?
wfi JOHN M. U A W LEV.
ROOFIN 2.
SLATE R O O F
Ij the
CHEAFEST AND MOST DURABLE
FIRE-PROOF COVERINC
For Rrlrk or Frmma Bulldlnsa. The dlffirrenc* I
IniuraDc* will pay the additional cut om atuogla
ftkxa Iwji.al competition.
CYKUa M. YOCUM,
p4-<Uw HriPMK TTLLfcO.
JOHN C. SCUULTZ,
Pl.AIX AND ORSAMBHTAln
SLATE ROOFER
No. lie Eietmnarra ?txxkt.
All onlm promptly attended to. Repairing net
, If done and warranted. ap9
PRESCRIPTION TMi
For th? ipmij Cow of fVrainal Wraknrw, La
Manhood, and all diaonfen brought on by Indlarn
lion or Einaa. Any Draggiithaa tha Ingredient
Mdrrn OB. IAQUES a CO., ClneliraU. 0
felWAw
TRANSPORT ATIOK.
jgALTIUOBEAOIIIO llAILKOAl) CO
11 On md after Mir 14, 1877, Passenger Trains wll
lesre ii follows?wheeling 'i Ima:
No. 5 *9.1* No. 1. No4l*
mpr-sontD, daily. dally.
Lcares? a. k. a. h. p. u. A. M.
. Wheeling t4o mm 6:20 720
f Arritesst- P.m. r. m.
Grafton _ 9. oa ms iftjo 4;10
P. M. A. M.
Keysar....^, ........... \%M 7:0ft 1:55
Cumberland........ 145 8:U) ?45
Martltabari 4:*) 5:10
)Nuhln#luu City 7:20 7:80
iUitimwe 8:38 9:00 M.?~.
A. M. ,mWH p. M.
k Philadelphia.......^.. xu*........ 1:45
New Yoik...^. fcfl 5:00
*0*^? exwpt Kundsy.
'l No. 7 stone at all Stations between Wheeling and
c Cumberland; No ?itopsat all Stations between
Wheeling and Urafton.
tfo.* TRETC*
wnr-nociia dally. No. 2.* dally.
leave Wheeling 7.4-a.h 4:1Cp.m 9.45 p.m
Arrive at?
ZaneevllW. 11:90 8:45" 2:08 am
Newark l:00r.M 10.00 " S:l5
Columbus 8.GO " 5:00 11
< ftnduiky... ?:M M 9:10 M
. Utytou 7 80 " 1:3.1 P.M
e Cluciunutl 8.(0 ' 10:80 a.m
I ouhvll e ...... 12:50 a* 7:45 p.*
IndUiULolli 11:25 pit .. 12:40 "
ft. l/mu....M..w..MM.. 8 '.Oa.m . 9.01 "
Chicago......... 8:00M ............ 7:00 "
Dally except Sunday. _____
' No. 8 and 10 make close connect Ion at Ooluntbua
for all point* Houth and Mutbwcat; at Chicago for
' all point* West and Northwest.
fcaiMwuud train* uiak* connections at Baltimore
J for PhlUdrltihla, New York and UotUn. At Wash1
luetou City lor all points Houth.
n Wrst-bouud tiains uuku direct connections for
all principal points West slid Northwest.
! Pullman lVlaix- cars on all night trains.
r wiiEELiaa, rirry. and Baltimore div.
? *Lmtw dally? I *Arrir?a dally at
| Wheel oi Sfc'O a. in. >V4ihliigt'ii,P4.M:iW a.m
5.15 p. iu. 7:10 p. in
Except fcuuilay. | 'Except Huuiliy.
Ticketi to all principal polnta on tale at Depot.
Offlru opea at all hour* during the day.
> THO*. R. SH VHl',
Maater of Tixnajwrtatlun.
R. T. DKVRIErt, Otn'l A<cnt. my 15
CLEVELAND A P1TT8RUROH RAILROAD.
Oil and afler May '<0ih. 1577, Tmtit.i mil i tin
dally (i'Xrt'pt (Sunday) a? fallows, vix:
AlVfU. MAIL. ?~xikk?.
LBAVC
Relhlre 5 85 } m i1:?0 a.m. 3 jo p.*.
liridgriHiit......... 6.0. i|;in ? ?;-.mi
Martin d terry... fi:l? " lt:lS " S'i7 "
I a itiaojre.......... ??4? " ll:IU " 4.00 "
st?i,uo??lle 7:u; " Vtw r.v -us "
Weluvtll*. 8.20 " !:* ? " I < :.*) "
MX-ill I W:iU " -.3U " li. 10 "
Ainu vk.
' PittibuuU- 10:35 " 3;40 ? 7:15 M
AIImjiiu ...... | 5 55 P.M. ifclO " 1215 A.M.
Htrrlilurg 10.53 " 2:40 a.m. 3:50 "
Uailiiuore... .. 7:4.1 7:4A "
Washington ..... 0:12 " 0.12 "
FhlUdrlphU 3 0.) a.M 7:U0 ? 7:.V? "
Ntw York _ ?.:a " 10 15 10-.X5 "
bliodtun 4:tt P.M. 8.W P.M. 8.30 P.M.
r 4BUVIC.
Alliance 10:57 a.m. 5:10 p.m
ICITL'UUA 1158 " 5:50 M
11 u<l!sji).............. lijO P.M 6: .4 "
Cleveland.....^ 1:45 " 7.3'J " ......
ARM VU.
Ft. Wayne 11:15 " 2 35 A.M.
CUtfi: ... <V.W A.v. ft:W '? ..
' titeubemillr. dctommodalion?lMAXr* liellairc at
4:?U |>. ru.j Hri 'fjqiurt at 4.55; aud arrives at bteubenvtlle
at 6:15 p m.
Lcavra fteulftiYille at 7:45 a. m.; arrive* at
? BrldKi'iwrt it 8:55 a. in.
S,.ocUl nramuuudatlon trains leave toll-lire at
0 o0 a. m. aud 12:45 p. in.: Brldgf]iort at 0:<5 a. in.
and 1:G<) p. in ; arrive at Martin's herry 0:55 a. m.
and 1:10 p. in. lUturuintf leave Martin's l-erryat
11:23 a. in. ud 3:30 p. ui ; i'rldgeport 11:35 a. m.
and 3:40 p. tu.; arrive at Belklre at 11.50 a. w. and
! 3:55 p m.
lickcu to all principal points In the Rit and
West eaii Ikj procured at the Union Tl? ket Office,
MiLure Uouie, and at the station at Bridgeport.
F. K. MYtHr.
" wySO Oenml Pn'wnger ami Ticket Axeiit.
t TJITWBCB'm, CINCINNATI A tfT. LOUIS
. J. IS AIL *V AY?J*A S-ITA SVI. S ROUTJL
The Direct Line to the Northwest, West and
Southwest,
i, CONDENSED TIME CARD.
To Pu West and South (rl> ZhdwtIIIb).
s FHKISC
Line. Ex. Arcotn'n
Lo.ve ZiDorlllf.. |H:UU.m f? 50P.M
Arive Lancaitrr..._.. 9:.*j " 4:45 " ?...
Clrclerille....^ 10:50 M 5*5 '
, Washing ton 11:57" 7:15" f7:25 am
Wilmington ViitlV.U 8:21
i Morriw 133" ?fci.s
I (Jlrft lni'Ml- ...... 3:10 " 10:55 "
Tolhf W'rilami Svulh (via Colunilmn).
Fut P?c'fc Cn. i
Line. Kx. Ms. Moil.
I.wire? p. m. a. N. p. m. M.
I ritUliurjjh-. *11:85 |3:40 fTM
[ A. *.
HimihrnTllIe.... - 1M 10:07 6:15 9 20
Dfiiulsou 2:45 :i:6t 8:JU S 1:U5
P. M P. M.
Newark .. 5:00 2;17 11:25 7.2ft
A.M,
Colutnbtu '0.25 3:50 tl.00 110:00
Arrive?
I/jinli'H 7:20 4:C 2:05 11:00
I*. M.
Xeni* 8:20 5:12 8:15 12:15
l>u*!.,n ? ?"
UndntuU."...^"]^. sift! ""tTSul alio
A. M I
J tnuUTllle 12:35 11801 7:45
To th- Writ anil A'tirfhtrrtt (rla Colutabua).
Kmt Ind. Pac'fc Ch'no.
i.ine. Ex. Ex. Ex.
I^arc? a. ?. a. r. p. m r. *.
Culumbiia ?.? *3:C0 fSMO
t Arrive? p. M.
Urlwna .. 104 ......... 5:45 7:40
Plqua 9.0 .... 6:46 !NK
' Elchtnond 10: f. Jt:l.*> 8 30 ...
p. *.
iDtllanajmlfi..... 12:35 6:1,1 11:25
a. m. a. m.
St. Louie 9:00 *30
Lo){an?l>ort. - 4 00 ......... 3M 11:00
Cliir.u" 8 3d 7:60 7:80
?D?lly. fDallT except hunday.
Pull man Drawing Boom and bin-pin* far*
from dleulftnrUla and Columbus through without
ehamjt to Cincinnati, LouiaTllle, In<ilana(>nli? and
tsi. 1-oui*, ami from Columbia I j Chicago.
The jiliiinurf h? ker or time m-kiiu Hornet in
thf Wat, iLuuII rail on or addriM the underal*nHl
lor through Hum* tiblea, ma|?. In ml tlnulara and
further Information W. 1- O'ltKILN.
Urn'l |M?s?-r:?<r and Ticket Aguit, t*o. via iflsh
Hrwt, t.'oluiiibui, Ohio. my!7
rniMi; table wheeling a elk drove
L K. W. CO., in riUct m And alter Friday, Mar
it?. 1877:
Ltate Wheeling? Lruve Hamm's?
C:?.r? a..m. f:50 a. m.
7:15 " 7:40 '
8 0S " 8 .10 "
&AA " 'J-.U0 '
9:45 M 10:10 "
I0.M " 1100 ?
11:25 " 11:60 ?
1??5 P. M. 12:41 P. U.
1:05 ? 1:30 "
I'M " Z'itt "
a:io
4:uj "
<:2S " 4:to "
5:15 " 5.40 "
ti:'5 fi.TO "
5:5.1 7.0 "
7:t5." 8; 10 '
?:35 tfcGO '
Mis "
I'J-.iO "
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
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Fine Card Photos
AT
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C?r.l Photographs at Plummcr'? Gallery.
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Itornbrook'i Block, between 11th awl 12th,
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