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rill^'KEKLY ! printed on Tbnmlay, and cmr
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? in tb' ??7 "it.uxti, f?n b*
i r Inning tlicir a>l.lr.?? at OmnMnj
m r'l r !row lctur through th? t?.Voffic*
TO I I.N i lilJH lutt.?5o aitautlou will U pale
>, <n. iiymom <ororuunlcatiel]?; cvrry artlcJ*
!.r j,' '>u>ji>r2nJ Ij !be wrlti-r'a ml name
hi i?Mrtta.
* hi bunt /"f uU' LUU t< ii!U" twJ " Frtv
i i . a-. liSe+Ul fci M nu* U add>'*ud U
, .. . I i i uiual rf tk* firm by mi nr.
\\ OLD UAV* DREIH.
ii iron* hour??( y.?*itlif il J >y !
. ii* lack uir twrntlrth cj>i!
1*4 f * hw Uu?u a iiri?ht Imrtil boy
bAir'M kin<
tif *lth liio wunhkd apo'.li of agu,
Awjy with li%imlng'? crown;
T?r out llle"? ?l*tom?wrltun piga,
Ani ci?t ltitxophle* down.
.?moment Itt mj life VMd atrcjin.
frri-n bo^ho*!'* lojnt cl f4in~.
(iir? fn? one (tidily, reeling drc*u>
uf life, ct Jo?e, as J fjuie.
II/ Ilitentog angel heard the pr ijcr,
And. ctliulf Mull o<. !:
"If I but tauc^i thy r.l**rrd hilr
rtij itutj ti ii h? i
'But li there nottluic In the trie*
Job.d the* C.iodly iut,
While the *wlft h'rrr biok
To dad lUe wlihtd lot d?y T"
Ab. trues*. taal of wimm klod.
Without tbeo ;i!?t were lue?
On" IjI'm I cinoot love b-hln I ?
Mi uke Uij prtdotu wile.
The aoitel touk a wppbire p-n
An 1 wrou la riJubow Luc :
" I Iut nua wjti'd tie boy jkiIo,
A il l be husbjnl too.
"Ani h tbm nwhlnj yet trewl!,
Ik?fjr>* tb? cbiBie appe^ri ?
!>fr.i-tt?b>T.til thy jplta ha?e IW
With ihejeJwa.Tfiurf )turi '
*hy. jft, I would one Urat man:
My'ioud paternal Jij??
1 i'i> .Id n?t t*?r t? law* Ibrta a'J;
I'll take my gttUand lioyi"
Th.' ?iu;iiigang?I dropped h'i ppa.
Why. tlili will nuef ?lo;
r.u mi j would h> a tor Bgaiti,
Ai.J a father toj.
An I ?? I itujhttl. My lauzhttr woke
TM houwlwli with it* n ?iw?
! wrou my dream wneti niTuiog broke,
To my Rlrli ?nd biys.
iOuvK* Wuuul Holm *
IMigion* Drill and I>i?ru*Hlou
Taking up liabbi Wue'a challenge to
any Christian clergyman or professor ol
llehre# to write a Hebrew letter, Brother
H?ing editorially replies that he will
write one that he will defy any Hebrew
tj read.
Rev. Mr. A?henfelter, whom the Reformed
(German) Church in Ohio were
about to try for heresy, saves them the
trouble by clipping down and out. He
confrere* that he had unconsciously approached
the doctrines of Universalis!:)
and in souie cues actually maintained
them. Having been brought to a tense
i.f his position, he renounce* allegiance
to the old church, and slate* that desiriti*
to exercise his ministry "beyond the
scope of a bigoted dogmatism/' he ha* applied
for adinisiion to the Universalist
ministry.
The Congregationaliat says: "It is now
proposed that "certain parts of the Cible
I* printed in liner type, u being of inferior
importance. iiut which parts?"
H v would the Song tf Solomon do, for
OOP,
R<f. i'Lillipj Brooks' atory about
Bishop Meade and the backwoodsman
who, hearing the bishop preach without
notes, said "fie in the first of them line
fellers that I have ever seen who could
shout without a rest,"?was not bad, but
al?o not near bo good as it might have
been. The dignity of The Church probably
prevented him from quoting what the
nomeiy critics really eaiu,? ilea tiie
first of them peilieoat fellen I ever nee that
coiiIJ i?hoot without a rest."
Even the New York Obterter go** for
I>r. McCoxh fcr hirt *U|>ercili0UJ critici-iaiii
of American preacher*. Ar.J the
Interior of Chicago cfalw him with a pun,
remarking: 4,I)r. McCo?h will doubtleee
be more cosho in and lew McCoshoos
hereafter."
Not only h Prof. Robertson Smith to
be tried for hereby, but ?o is Rev. Fergus
Fergtison, who haa denietl that the Presbyterian
Confession of Faith truly represent*
the character of God. He balk* on
the ?i iChtiun of limited salvation, which
he dfcl.irei"a compound of fatalism and
favoritism." By it, he sny*. the charch
"i? placed in the dreadful position of upholding
the stupendous hypocri*y of
offering salvation to multitude* of men
for wlijra no *alvation is prov'ded." Thia
U plain speaking.
Bishop Francis dc Sale*, who has been
a saint thete *200 years and more, being
canonized about forty years after bia
?leath, ha* been created a doctor of the
church by the Pope. There are only nineteen
i>eriionage* who have nttaiued'to this
poatliuuioua dignity,?among them are
Aaguatioe, llaill, Athana.-ius, Gregory
N* uunitii, Chryaostom, and other* whoae
title to honor* will not bo dispute'! by
Christian*. The present Pope degraded
the designation by giving it to Alohonsua
Ji Uguori, who^e elhic.s are deplorable,
*nd if practically carrie<l out, destructive
to character." This present conferral,
on the other hand, is worthy of the first
lays of the church.
Mental arithmetic: It six sessions and
I"? ?upernttmerarie* make one presbytery;
and tive presbyteries, big and little, make
one synod; and more or less synods make
one general assembly; and all the general
aiMfinblwi taken together make a panI'resbjterian
council?how many panl're?bTt<rian
councils will it require to
make"a pop*? [New examination paper
lor Princeton college [? 1 he Alliance.
Col. R.G. Ingersoll offers $1,000 to the
New York Oketrerto prove"that Thoraaa
Paine admitted the Bible to be an inspired
book, or that he recanted hi* inlidel opinion*,
or that he died regretting that he
hail disbelieved the Bible, or that be died
calling upon Jesus Christ in any religious
M?n.?e whatever." lie makes the same proportion
if the Observer will "substantiate
that Voltaire died expressing remorse or
bowing in any way that he was in menial
agony because he had attacked Catholici-m?or
because he had denied the inspiration
of the Bible?or because he I
had denied the divinity of Christ." lie'
will deposit the gold in bank, and alio a
hoed for $'2,000 to cover costs, and will i
require a similar bond from the Olnerrcr. I
He gives the Observer 00 day* to collect
>fa preientUitimony, taking a like time
bieuclf, aud then allow* 30 U?y? wore lo
l*?? 0iutrrtr to take rebutting teatimony;
? hole evidence finally to be nubmitted
to a cooimittee of three, one chonen by
*vsh party, and the third br the other
j*o. Col. lugenoll'd motive u "because
i want,oar People to ?top ilanderinzthe i
ietJ- ^ f?t it i* a (air challenw to
put up or Abut up."
Da?id Swing'* Alliance grapples di-'
r*ctly with Dr. McConh'a notion that the1
appetite for expoaitorj preaching ii the
reaaon whj Ulater preachcra have been
Id demand. The Alliance remarka that,
"when a pedestrian inaerta his head in the
door of an omnibua and, smiling aadlj,
expreaaea a fear that there la no room, be
need not be met with the worda: 'There
ia alwara room for one more,'for the
acute wit of a hundred jeara hai made
all the inhabitanta of earth familar with
that formula, and hence it muat be left to
ill* flllllll* Plllfll '?lal!aa an>u.l!._ >
Thus in matte of theology ami novation.
Tbe textual preacher is a person
who feels that, when the uan
is crowding into the omnibus, the
remark must be made that there is
always room for one more. He who
holds back that text is not faithful to his
office, for, who knows but that there
might be in that very vehicle some mind
through which that utterance bad never
poured its cheerful light? Not that the
Alliance would bar the textualists: "It
will reqnire the text-men and the subjectmen
both to convert the world,'and hence
it would be well for those who are
mighty in the Scriptures to j*rruit the
other toilers to work ahng as be?t they
can. between the Ilihle-reiding* of the
one cIum and the ?ubject*ttudyirg? of the
other cla.??, perhapi the world will advance
an inch in a Uttudrcd year#."
1111: nn.iv ok *vi.ido .1.
He l.iMivrn l.ciiriiltiu lor Ollicrw?
MiegerlynXol ftcesivU-l'rofipcc*
IIve Jelly And < like.
Fioiu the I'ct/vlt Free I'jeai.
'The cause of tducation be hanged !"
he muttered a* he sal down on the curb?toM
on .Shi-lb/ street yesterday.
lie hum u Ud of thirteen lie ?pit
through bin front teeth it.d be spit often,
llin pant* were tUpporied by .1 jdece of
wireclothon-line girled around bw waist,
bin bat w?* ancient ami'greasy, and hi*
big (l it feet penned to be waiting for a
thunder shower to wash them clean.
"That's what nils me!'' he wect on, a*
he pushed his toes into the wot sand. "I
-ioit't believe in a feller ditiing in and
learning all there is to Icaru and not letting
other folks have a chance. There's
lota of other folks in this world beside*
me, and 1 ain't going to be a hog and *??
to learii^all there is to learn."
After a minute be went on:
"Don't I know 'nuff now? Three times
two are six, lour times live are twenty,
and four and four are eight. That's as
correct on I could get 'em if I went to
<chool for a hundred rears. And don't I
know how to spell? (C a t ia 'cat' the
world over, and I'll bekon it every time,
fl e-n spell* 'heu,* andVl know it as well
as if I weighed a ton."
He rose up to throw a stone at a dog
across the street, and after resuming his
seat he went on:
"Jogerfy kinder wrestles^me down, but
1 don't go much on Jogerfy. What do 1
care whether an island is entirely surrounded
by water, or whether there ain't
*ny water within ten miles of it? B'poae
I'm going to buy and sell islands for a
living 7 1 don't care which is the highest
mountain or the longest river, do I? I'm
going to keep a feed store,and whetn I'm
rolling bales </ hay around, will I care
about mountain* and rivers? I've heard
ihe boys goon about exports and imports,
and Htraun and nests and capes, but what's
them to me? If a feller wants a bag o'
oats, is he going to wait and ask me when
the Island ot Madagascar was discovered?'
He carefully examined the big toe of
his left foot aud the heel of his right foot,
and gloomily observed :
"The old folks are making ready to
pu?h me into school, and I've got to make
ready to keep out. I can't take to school,
-omehow. 1 could sit here and study all
day, but the minute I git into a echoolhouse
I'm nervous. Something's going
to happen to me this week. I'll be taken
home iu a wheelbarrow with a big gash
in thi* heel, or this toe almost cut oil.
That will mean four weeks on a crutch,
and they don't allow lame boys to go to
school and crutch up and down the Ulea.
Or, 'sposin I go home with palpitation of
the heart? The old lady has had it, and
I won't more than get into the house before
she'll have me tuckcd up on the
lounge, the camphor bottle down, currant
jelly anil sponge cake in the distance, and
she'll call out to the old gentleman
"Father, ii's no use of thinking of
sending this boy to school. He looks
stout and healthy, but he's a mere shadder.
The close atmosphere of theschoolroom
will kill him before snow flies."
The bev rose up. There was a grin all
over his face, and he chuckled:
i aij ii.inuii is me KPj-noie; a cote
toe can be eeen?a palpitating heart in
hidden away under hide and fat and rib?.
>'ow then?oosh?woonb; u-m-m-m?hold
yer breath, roll yer eyes, kick out yer left
leg and wake her bob round like a ily on
a hot stove-cover.
Ilnll-aiid-IInll in Marrlctl I.lle7
Froai the D.trolt Fret Vna.
A stranger, wearing a white hat with a
very wide crape nailed to it was yesterday
looking through the City Hall, and
after he had inquired of a police man the
rout to Elmwofxl Cemetery the officer in
tnr ^remarked:
"You have been bereaved I suppose?"
"Not an I know on," replied the man.
"I thought yon had lost your wife and
were a widower."
"Ah! this hat deceived vou," explained
tl,? T U.,1 ."l.I 1 ?.
because I don't know whether I'm a widower
or not. The old lady and I have
hadaix jiw* and three tueseli* in three
days, don't eat at the same table, each
have a key to the front door, both cook
what w? eat, go and come when we want
to, and I suppose I'm an much a widower
as anything else."
How lilg In A Molecule?
In the Journal of Microscopical Scicr.cc
Mr. Sorby calculated the number of mole*
culea in the germinal vescicle of a mamal'a
egg to be 536,112,000. If one molecule
were loat every aecond of time it
would take seventeen years for all the
molecule* of the veacicle to disappear.
Yet the whole ovum, of which the germinal
vcitcile ia a minute part, is but one
one hundred and fiftieth part of an inch
in diameter, and weighs about the twelvethousandth
part of a grain. Profesaor
Allen Thomson, who preside* this year
over the British Association, says that it
we comnare thia amallovum of the ma.
mal with the yoke ot a common fowl'a |
egg, the part to which it moit nearly corresponds,
it may be estimated that the
latter contains more than 3,000,000 of the
latter?that in to say, it holds above 1,608,330,000,000,000
molecules.
.The Remark lie Jladp.
From the Burlington H?wk?je.
| Daring the recent convention of Governors
at New York, the Governor of
i North Carolina rose to make his usual
| remark, but observing that the Governor
' of Boston was present, he io far arnendjed
the original resolution as to say to the
'Governor of South Carolina that the
| leaden hours on slow unfolding wings had
dragged their weary lengths in mock eternities
nigh half way round the tiresome
dial plate since last night they bent the
| pregnant hinges of the elbow and touched
with earthly nectar rare, from old Kentucky's
copper-bottomed hills, the parched
lips, to cool with gurgling dewiness
the dry and whistling throat.
Uitted in CoDYcraatlou.
From the Dinburj yen
An apprentice to a Banbury undertaker
was at a party the other evening. He
had all the enthusiasm peculiar to one new
| in a business. The young lady who set
| beside him took occasion to observe that
we were having very warm weather.
"DreaJfullv hot." ?i
with (heair of a man who knew perfectl?
well what he waa talking about. It'g af*
niont impossible to keep a bodr orer night
without plenty of ice. You'd be nurpri.
?ed," he added with animation, "to fee
how quick they turn." If they turned
any quicker than the did it wa? a proper
tubject for surprise.
How lo Ach!er*;tireatiie*M.
From tha Philadelphia Bulletin.
Did you erer reflect upon the fact that
a turn's name often hu much to do with
hUclaim to fame aod immortality? No
man with a comic name ever achieved
greatnea*. How, for inatance, could Moaea
erer hare been reapected by the Iirae*
litea if hia natne had been Mortimer J.
Byng? Or how would I'haraoh have Hip*
i ? %?? ?rjj?i ui^iiiit Willi men a uur n?
oe McClafTertj? Imagine Ctaiar laboring
under the name of Lemuel 8. Toombs,
or Hannibal signing himself B. Torn I i nson
Pugh. Tlifjr would have died first.
Cleopatra would not have been loved by
Antony had her clothes been marked
Amelia Duffy, and if Joan of Arc had br*n
baptized Matildla O. Melloy, probably
we should never have heard of her. Napoleon
reached a throne only because hi*
parent* persisted in not calling him William
Henry Johnson, and Mary Queen of
Scots escaped oblivion because she did
not appear iu the directory as Mary Jane
Buuigardner. And 10 if Shakespeare
had been known as Sam Macilhenney, or
Calvin as Washington T. Smooth, both
would have sunk into forgotten graves.
These things are suggestive to parents
who want their children to achieve greatness.
IV hat She Aakotl Tommy.
Detroit Free Prwj.
He was named Thomas, and the wa*
named Jane. They set on a hotel balco
ny yesterday (or three Ion# hours, and
giving themselves .dead away an being
outcftowntrs. As they sat down, Thorn*
a* took one of Jane's hands. She allowed
that sort of thing to go on without a wurd
of protect and the tUxen-haired youth
finally seized the other ?????-. They talked
and talked, and looked down upon the
street, and sighed, and the hour* clipped
away. At the end of the third hour *he
aaid:
"Tommy dearest, 1 want to ask tou
something"
"Ask me a hundred?a thousand?a
million things!" he exclaimed In replv
"Well, Tommy, I've got an awful c Id
in my head," she continued, "and ill
drew one of me hands away and wiped
my noce, wotihf you think I waamtd?l ve
either got to do that, Tommy, or let my
no?e wipe itself. Just one wipe. Tommy,
and then you may have it back "
Tommy released her hand, thongh lie
hated to. and her noje was aoflly and
duly wiped.
Meet the wanti of thn?e who need a Mfe and
reliable medicine. The imtnentedemand which _
has so rapidly followed iheir introduction is ^
ctiucikc inai mcy ao supply tins want, ana I
proves thctn to be ' I
j THE MOST POPULAR PILL j y
ever farnUhed the American reorle. The hignest
medical authorities concede their superiority
over all other*, because they posses* alterative,
tonic, and healing properties contained in no
other mcdicine. Iking strongly Anti-Itilioin, .
they expel all humors, correct a ?itiatcd Mate of *"
the system, aril, being purely vegetable, they
do not, like other pills, leave the stomach art!
bowels in a worse condition than thev found
them, but, on the contrary, impart a "healthy
tonc^md vigor before unknown.
|OUR WORDS INDORSED)
Dr. C. L. MITCHELL, Ft. *ood?. ~js,
. . . ' /know tkesuferioritr of your fills,
and xanl la see them uted instead oftit avrlAlest
itmfouuds sold in this country.1' . . .
Rev. R. L. SIMPSON, LcuUrllle. Ky.,ear?: I
. . . "lull's tills are worth Heir weight J
in gold." . . .
Had Sick Headache & Piles 30 Years.
... "I am Tell. Gaining strength and
fieth erery day." . . . It. S. Auslio,
Springfield, Mass.
1 He Defies Chills and Fever.
. . . ' Wrth Tut ft fills, we deft C kills.
Illinois orves you a debt of graltlUil*.^ . . .?
F. U. Hiptey, Chicago, 111.
Sold everywhere. Price ccnU. OCce,
35 Murray Mrcct, New York. I
LJIL1JAVIII|?1 |ViJ t
_ Gray hair is ohangad to a glossy black by a s>
single application ot this dye.Olt is easily ap- v
piied, acts like magic, and is as liarmless asspring
water.?>Ncver disappoint*. Sold by drugjjists. e
Price ft.oo. Office,^ Murray Street, New York. ^
FORTY TUAS BETOOK T11E rUBUC
DR. C. M9LANFS
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS, <
VOX TH3 CISC or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
LYjTEPSIA and sick headache.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the r
edgeof the ribs, incrcasesonpresture;
sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie T
on the loft side; sometimes the pain
i$ felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of [
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken!
(fcr a rheumatism in the arm.
'Hie stomach is effected with loss of
.-ppetiteandsicksiess; the bowels in ?
i,T.eral are costive, sometimes alter;
.-.live with hx; the bead is troubled .
v lib pain, accompanied with a dull, L
! t.vv srnsntinn in flvtrlr rnrf.
'i'hcrc isgencraliy aconsiderablc loss
c f memory,accompanied with a pai nH
sensation of having left undone "
: omething which ought to have been L
done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes
on attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet arc cold
cr burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that cxcrciscwould be beneficial
to him, yet ho can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several 'Of the above symp- .
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them existed,
yet examination of the body, g
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER. ,
Dr. C. M?Lane's X.iver Files, f
in cases or Ague and Fever, when u
A-t !.t. ?---- - p
uu&cu wim \?uininc, arc proaucuvc
of the most licppj- results. Nobcttcr
rathartic can bo used, preparatory "
to, or after taking Quinine. V.'o
would advise all who are afflicted
with this dircr^c to give them A (
rAIR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purrative, they arc uncqualcd.
T
BEWARE or IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr.. C. IKLane's ,
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on I
the lid, with the impression Ex. |
MVI.ane's Liver Pills.
The genuine J1?Lane's I-pra I
Pills bear the signatures of C.
M^Lani: and Fleiiikc I'm1 . on the
vrcappers. *
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, To tS<u? withlng to p've p?. C. MrLat??'i !:
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? Grocers' Sundries. ~
GUIDING STAR FLOUR, i
lie Cheapest ami But Flour made. Don't
t unprincipled dealer* indnce too to ;ake
Dwe other Star Floor, saying itU theiame.
\'e hare the exclusive aale of Guiding ttar,
very aack of which ha* BaJnton, Hall A
o's name on it. All dealers are requested _
> examine oor stock.
1110 .tinIn A* 1417 Nonlh NtM.
a?13
'Satin 6(096" Floor.
il
We are constantly receiving this
JELEBRATED FLOUR,
II? FINEST and BP8T ?ver Introduced
into this market. 5
ton't Waste Your Money Upon ~
Inferior Brands.
UY THF. BFJ3T?THE SATIN GI.OSS.
.ret, Davenport & Parks,
SOLE AGENTS.
jeSO
| VST RECEIVED?
6 TlercM IW HItb Hum,
2 Tlerctf B?e Hits Shooldcr?,
1 Boxca Bf? 1U?e fn*akfut E*oon,
1 Tlercw Bajar Currd Bf?f,
5 Ouw Pr??*d Cbrned B?f,
2 Cum CookrU Tongue,
KtolVkfd Ham,
1 Cue Web'* riplc^d Salmon,
1 Ciw Cindutuli 8 fi. Tongue,
10 Boxei Burlington Herring,
1 Caw Ubiti JaUej.
WU1 t? rrUll#d chf*p by
It. J. 8MYTH,
i?'.0 Corner Market and Fourteenth St*.
R00FIN3 _
jLATE ROOF1
If the *
CHEAPEST ANO MOST DURABLE
IK f PROOF COVERINC .
or Brick or Frame Building*. The difference In >
tiuraDcewtll pay the additional cott orcr shlr.glca. *
rlcea beyond competition.
CYRUS U. YOCU3I, f
lp<-dAW &TICBK.XY1LI.C 0. S
J0I1N C. 8CHULTZ, I
PUIS AXD ORSAM&STJL,
SLATK HOOFER, n
No. 11(3 Ejoutiuitu Stxuct.
All order*promptly attended to. Repairing neatdone
and warranted.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage! ;
MMfOHK Oulda to WedfoSk .M
LVlll.'ifilt" ItonfttUMUl TrratlM ou lh?
r * A.J lia** ,m*rrU'* tn'1
EapTodue'ion't^i f
|CEHHKBaa|^ ***1 oft,WrOB3*j' F
2"^3:fiaf5sissi?2i.??M ,
^H^a,!s;*rS.tettu",'-!"'''"*-u? J
fca. BUTTI, .No. li s. ?u ?ult! Lou^^llo. ,
gLASTIC AND SPRING j
TRUSSES,
? ll
)n hand and made to order nt the Glove, ,:
uinender and Shoulder Urace Mann facto- jr,
1612 Market Btreet, below P. ??. up*
DISH?MACKEREL, $?. i 2 and 3 1
L Id BarrrU, Half BarM* aid Kit* Ut? llc?. *
Inf in Halt ?Dd liuartrr Barrels. halt Watir H?r- 1
log in Barrels and ll.tl( lUrreli In ituraan.i t:
waalebf .NLREli.LV,
1509 and 1311 Mala ?JU
nuanMMonMranmnaMMaa
DRUCCISTS.
JO QUESTION ABOUT IT.
Tba bwt lIou.Mk^ffors ray tk?t
LOQAN, LIST & CO'S
IXCEL8IOR BAKING POWDER
a ?l.? l??t In tbf market. It ia a'Tlctly purf, preerly
ranpoumied, ant nakn Blacuit and battel
'ik<* light, rtlsp aad whoioonif.
ro THE LADIES.
Fcr your Fickle, Marmalidea. Ac., y?n want
'ura bptcn. Ourtip!r?s ara doi only atrtcUy parr,
ut they air 1U0 o( the T<ry Ua: quality we cm
et. Call tod psauiloo them at
|(K?AN. 1.1 XT A CO'i*. Prawhta.
MAKE A NOTE OF IT.
II you wl?b tomikeapmciittoafriaml or yourilf,
call and look at our atock of
PORTEMONNAIE3, WALLETS, &c.
few and handsome atylcs lust recelred fjr ladlaa
nd ee&tleuMU. at
irvnir Tiar $. rr.u
VITHOUT SPOT OR BLEMISH.
he Rliralt md IhttrrCikn msuleof too<l flour,
UHd w.th LOGAN. LIST A tX/8 EACiLMuli
IaKINU 1 UVfDEIL ?f>t in the market.
efA-dA*
UME GET^TtiE ffifl
E/EEID'S
COUCH SYRUP!
k> Not Ntglect a Cold However Slight,
For COUGHS, COLD*, IIOAR8ENE8?,
BROSCH1TW, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., qk
REED'S COUGH SYRUP!
There is no Preparation equal to it. Try
: and be convinced.
REMEJJBER! Ask for "iiBRD'8 Cocgh
ye CP," and beaureyougetit.
PRICK 25 CE5TB TBR BOTTLE.
HOUSTON & REED, Proprietors,
WBKSLI50, W.VA.
OLD BY ALL DEALERS IS MB D1C IX E8.
myl2
HINA & QllEENiW ' RE.
>3.25. STONE CIIISA. ?3 25.
Another Stock of
STOIS'E CHINA. SETS,
Of forty-four p!km, for f 3 25, Jrut rwired at
CUMMINS A WOODi*,
?fpl" 11 >2 Mtix Stbkbt.
95 CE1TTS!
The Finest Assortment of
CLOTHES BASKETS,
TBAVELING CASKETS,
FANCY VASES,
BRACKETS,
WALL POCKETS,
STANDS,
BIRD CAGE?,
LAMPS,
FINE CHAMBER SETS,
TIN BUCKETS,
WASII-BOWL AND PITCHER,
All for 03c, can be bought at
JOHN FRIEDEL'S,
1120 Main Street.
sel5
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
m a a n 1 a a
ji.UV. ? Ol.UU.
WUJ get One Dozen line Satin Finish
'ard Photograph* at Plummer's Gallery,
fltiafartion suarunteed. A full stock of
tlbnmaanil 1-rames alw*rs on hand. 1123
luiu s:reet, Ilornbrook's Block, between
1th and 12th, Wheeling. au.1l
QQ FOP. ONE DOZ3N
Fine Card Photos
AT
aug-t IHGGINV GALLERY.
ryONDERS WILL NE^ER CE.laE.
Hnr# InUoiuclng gwl < an! Fhstrgraphii for 99c
DOZEN ih?r?r? worklr* thrtr w<y Into pjl.hc
iTor ujon their own tsrrlia. Pwnpka can lr w?n.
'rod* will baabowa. 8x10 Pfeofegrapha clIj 51.
BROWN'S GAI.LEBY?Maiket ST.
aui>
MirrCDCDC '"'"Loit manhood,
lUr r tntno ???*;?**
aainl by InU:**
ration, who hart- given np alt hops. after trricg tn
ain alt thu ia*ea!l?t rrtufdlfw, will flml the only
uremwi Dy roinn* at or midlokaiawpior Irr? cob
df'tUl, and nrticial ?d*U? 10 ib?> ul<l Wfj'em
iMIcti I'l l utt, 137 Syraraart 5'., CI clniMll.
k'rlta or rail and rxaoxtat- It* Mu?*utnof U>--u?
fcxtola ft casta CtttN. and joa will rc;nr.r?f#d
i itili only lciutute ttut hit ud can auw?{uily
real iht?? ai'mrnt* Na charga to r*[or *ll?'. jvrimf-x
trrJtmqnt Mil curtd. jj.
'RESORPTIONFREE
'crib# Cur# of -cniTaa! WnVen I.r?i
fanfa<?<d. and all illiurd?n >.u hj ludlwrr.'.
Ion or tsrr?. Any UruftUt haa ihalogtrii-w.
*cHr?n OR. JAQUES 4 CO., Cincinnati. 0
felvJA#
FURNITURE. &C.
>\\vvsw>vsw .?. . waw?? .
'.'abmjwhsvo t
nmxiF
|Bff5lSaryWWHB| c
fly ^ fl Jb4 1
JUNE FURNITURE,
LACS CURT A IKS, CORSICRS A MIRRORS.
E. EDMUND80N & SONS,
] 39 Libbbty &TE5IT, PrrrsuTBOO, Pa.
no7
PAI*TS, OILS, &C. 1
pURE PARIS GREEN- c
FOR POTATO BUGS, j
at 1
HANES, WILSON & CO.S, '
1228 Market St, below McT.ure House.
my25
pURE PARIS QUEEN
And other
PAINTS!
Sold cheap at (
HANES, WIL80N &.C0.8,
1223 Mabkct Sttiret.
mv2"i c
WHITE LEAD.i
E. F. HAY, '
Paints, Oils,
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES,
Ng. 1211 Miln Street, Wheeling, W. Vi.
FOB SALE?1B34STR02TG d ilcKELVT'fi
SUPERIOR BRAND t
AVIIITT2 LEAD. |
Whit Palnten 5n Atoat thU Lead. ?
Pinos. Pnio. A? rU l? i*rr r
We, tU usilrralgTsed. d-> hrwby certify thst wc [
ha*e uk*! 4 mutton; A MrK*lr?'? S'rlctly Pun* '
?V lilt* I?*d, an<i we find it tb? be?t in the market /
It if whiter, ground finer, cqtcxi mcru eurfjee, I
and has more nody, than any we bat* ever used.
[a.go<d by J Jou5 R. Dimmit,
?!<jn and Can Use Painter. I
Mastkr A ft mi, I
Painters and Paper Uancers. [
J. a. i.aop. f
Painter and Piper llaoger. |
A. P. lUjtRICTT, I
ray-l House and ^gn Painter. I
HATS & CAPS. I
REED
\
HAS ALL THE
NEW FALL HATS.
1222 Market Street.
?Tl'? . ! I
Il- I
1 ? it t-? tiukt riwta for oar Fill Stock, *t ?1!1 J
wll fj-ni <*.* and until tha latof OetoUr the beit \
whtiw Uci Wall Paj*r at Tc p?r roll; Fltta, llWc; J
fitutnJ, IV, and (icll* at 10c.
Beinrmtxr the uumbtr? 1142 JI?ia itrwt.
?[* A. W. TACLL 4 BBO. '
^FINANCIAL.
ohs JL BonroiD, Prat Geo. adiu, Cuh'r.
3ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Succawr to ib?
FIRST NATIONAL JU5K OF WREEUKO.
lapltat 1160,000
This Bank 1* organised and nrawred tu trannct J
he busitinn of barking In all ft* detail*.
It succeeds the Flnt National Rink ot Wheeling,
owned by the asme shareholders and UuLdortue
am? management.
By carefully regarding the Inter^sta of Its foremndents
and Depcfitora, and l>y a prompt and
aitnful execution of their wiibca, it bopfi to merit
befr ?at*?m aud confidence.
N'ouw and Bills discounted
Collections nude on all points throughout the
Jelted Htateo.
Deposit Acrounti rohjsct to check at sight rewlteu
frcm Banks, Ban ken, Flims, Corporations
ind Individuals.
Certi Scales of Deposit Issued payable on demand
T it flxurdatea.
Intercs^allowed on Special Depcait*.
OtXECTOU:
John K. Botsford, | Win. B. Simpson,
Jseob 8. Bhodea, Wm. A. Turner,
Win. A. Isctt, | John L. Hubba,
A.M.AdMut, I O.C. Dewey.
lieory M. Harper, | mj2l-d*w
Commercial Bank.
Capital. $100,000.
Omat?No ISOfl Main St
Intertst paid on Special Deposit*. Collection*
aade and proceeds uiimpUy remitted. AcccunU
f merchants and other* solicited.
DiUicroRs:
Then. IL List, I J. L Stlfel,
B. J. Proyth, W. T. Bart,
J. C. Thorns*, Oias. H. Booth.
W. A. Wilson,
THOU. H. I.I8T, Pmldetu
J. I- ?TIFEL, V. I'rrat.
8. P. HILDBETU, Caahltr. Jal3
D. C. Lot. JO?jcth SKTBOLLD,
Henht K. Ijjt, Otnos Uvb,
Wm. A. List, IIioiit W. Lot.
Bank of Wheeling,
WHEELING, W. VA.
!tpJUI, $100,000.
Stockholder* personally liable ami representing
TST J.VW.000.
Recrlra Depnaita and Discounts Pap*r.
Drala In Gold, Slim, Col Draft* and Sterling
exchange.
Sella Draffi on England, Ireland, France, Oerniny
and other prominent part* of Europe.
Burt and sella Goferninent, fitate, City and Ralload
Bon<la.
Interest paid on Fpeoal Deposit#.
Special atteation given toUJUectl >nsD.
C. LIST, President.
O. LAMB. Cashier.
JOB. fc'EYBOLD, Awtetant Cashier. jaU
Exchange Bank.
J. N. Vase*. Prw'u Sam'l Unrur, V. P
*
"aplUl........ I9W.K4
iibiUty o! Stockho:Jen 4CO.OCC
This Bank aucfoeda to the businwaol tr-.e.Mrrhanu'
National Bank, and dcala In Coin, Ccup^ns,
lomraercinl Piper and Billa ol Exchange.
Intweet paid on Special Deposit*.
Collectlooa made on all points and protw.lt
iromptly remitted.
Accounts of Bankers and Bu.?lnaw Men aoIlciltJ.
oiocKnoiaer* iiaue in aepoilto:* areordlne to the
ionatltution of the Sut* the nmr is in National
laaks.
DIMCTOKS:
J. N. Vanct, | H. Hurkh<?!nM.
L. B. Debptiln, j ?>. nntman.
J. <*. Hoffmann, | Win. fnrtnghxtn,
btnl IxuaUIln, j H. Wallace,
Crawford Booth,
aufl H . Jnyw. rn?h'?r.
Morlti Elmer & Co., Philadelphia.
Imported Dutch
Bitters. g
? Boonekamp g
i " y
? Mang - Bitter hjj
J i swarded th* l'rl** M*l?l at tb* On-; A
I Uncial Exhibition in Philadelphia. 01I w
ft : account o( Iu valuable medlsl properties W
M cotabinel with delightful t:ute. It b ac- U
! knowlcdjed to I* tbe beat Dyipcpsla fit- U
s I ten aw known. UJ
J j It operate* as a prcrenatlte agalnit all ^
72 dl?ea*? originating from Impurities of iht
1J blood, < lcana and atreogthena the itowacb m ;
~ ami creates a good appetite. *i
H It remorea rati renew and billouanrat M i
\t by operating m liilj on thaaT?trui. J \
' It laasnrecurelorcnmpalotbebowels j (J j
couc ?no piles. 1 ?
"N ; l'he pn*t naultJ occadoncd by th? atel W
J of thla Blttera can t? proven by hundr??l? <v
V I of certificate!. There ii no other Bttlrr?, ff)
T In exi? truer which curea disorder* of thr v*
_j dlgeattn* ?jr*ans, (djapepala,) alMues of,"
>"tbr ?t?nuib, colk. Mmu* excitement ; ?I
H 1 jwModic dlwaw* of fem?le?, etc, In ?ach. M
?J ?bort i ine tn<l with luch tureiuccen u1 /
' tl?i? rittur*. 1
M. Eiinir & C&'i Dutch Blttirs Ij fori ff)
tale by all Dru^uti. j JW
CATJriGN.?Koa*fftnu!ne nrlcw *uar?I
antfel on the circular by 2L EUhKtt a
'Co..? ninDKLPitiA, Pa. I
OUR. SIEBKE.Atfcnt,
WHEEL1SO, W. VA.
?*p7
NO CURE-NO FEEts
a! i l?T t?l Utuucvni mtw. Cktrw*. for lb. nn .f ill ,
">*?#, CVr*Jc m4 *1 Ifalitl T..L nrrn
DrMIII,. ~l l? Hub!*.
t*. '> > pWutaW U- l>r?m LM. uamu
*?T! >? ?vr-? Kinw la O* I'Jw kim. LAEwrjr
(.# paitooto. f*?4 HfW Cm* l? UiB I
Ut lDE! rl MABMIEI*
LA DIM n^ Fft* r??te ?f Ha*
? -? ????? euur an umiui itrn?M M ?r I
?JW?? ftw Mi waiUaui. IU^,< Tvu* l*U* W fc? |
TRANSPORTATION.
gALTUIOHEAOHIO EUILROADCO
fnnir"iir*Ti""Bwrm
On and after Mar II, l?7, pMnoier TtiImwU
!m? x <otlng?-WhwMng I itne:
0. 5* 7* Wo. L MHt*
>'IT? loop. dally. dally.
vn^iiHr A- * * ' M. A. u.
iAi ,0:* *>*> 7^0
Anlttj at - f, B. n
0T*,,o? *01 *,15 1*30 4il0
_ P. *. 4. H. ????,
li-M ru iu
luuibmaod r: ?? .3 iS ?
MariliatiurR Mi ? io
u,?? V" ?- * ?
&Oft I;iS "" 'I,'
*rw\?\ | t.A $00
cjiwpi WuaJay.
No. 7 Mop* at ail.?1.1hn? l?t ?* Whwlloiaod
umtwUtj'J; So 43ito|<aat all 8 aiiona totawn
H n-vluc aud 0r?fion7
k? ^ ~ jrnr
WDT-aocjro. dally. No. 2 dally.
Lrmrt H'ho-llof 7.4 a.m l.lCr.m tlir.u
ArriToat&wnn?III?
;l:fiO *:?JJ 2KM A.M
N*wari._ J.00p. loou " ! l
Itolambua ?,? " ??0 faiHuiky
fcM " ............ Ml I%Jtoo...
_ 7?
iluclnBiU ? 8.A0 ' Iftn.n
; ouUTU c ......... !*M A a 7.44 r.M
Inaiauapjlli 11:28 m liud
?. LkuU. 1 10A. *tl "
1 ?f.M " 7*0
txcpfi 9ami*j.
I M r c"** < Ulnaliui
uO&fS? w?b???s at CktMfQ lor
?JI put*u Wm< an4 Rarthvwt.
r5v7b*iU.!fvm-4* B,,*? *>* ? ?u ?I FkJllrnora
^ T**?* #??. Al WubInrhrj'Jty
ftrallMtihi
WtrWw niki <itmt mnKtliiU for
I MiRdpal Hnta * mi mH Krrrtjwwi.
rullcoan i*aU<? ran on all Biffit tr?1u?
WHKELISQ, PHTH.TND SALTIMORK DIV.
UaTaaOiUf- | irri??i dally at
ftMcHif. >" a. m Kaahh.gt'n.Pa.liitta.m
3.11 m 7:10 p.m
*?*i*pt kuniiy. | *BKC*pt load ;.
to Ml r^MiMl rohttt on ml. ?t DapuL
i->ar? open at all bound urttij tha day.
1 HOI. R. jfU jjtft
J1 T
cL?YeLys;A^?^c^aojD'
ff^aMWWMBwfc
"a flpr M.J ?. un.Tlita. .|i, Iu0
I ill/ wintiaj) mMUwi, rli:
. *ctrif M*Tu. ~tv fta*
MAYfc j
ft-M A.M Ifcfll A K. I lO p.*.
frMpprt W - fell .. k? A
Mutina Parry... Ill " |i:il " Iff
*?o?anf;t " UMB 4J|
MthteftvUlc 7X? **00 p.* tU M
WeluTilJe in " 13* ' k? h
fcochwter.... 9iM " *? Am iinvi
Plttaturfh- \(M " 8tU 7;? ?.
Aiteona....fl-? p.v, ft A |?fe A ?
Harrlihur!...^ 1*N " ** A.* 9M "
?""'*** ?; MK M
WufclMto.? fcu ? ?.,j ..
PhlljdfJphU iNi.i 7M ' 7?
Saw Vora t-M - It II lftjft <
tf???ton i. 16 P.M. IN M. 1.10 P.M.
ARR1VK.
AI'liBW 10:17 A .*'. p n,
Bfc*coat 1138 ? Ml ?
[Iu<l^n ? lis# r.? :A "
lltvelaml i;45 ' 711 ?
ARR1YH
FL Wayne.. 11:45" ?H a.m.
a.mrv-?,^.:r?Qfc?i m " li
1:*) p. tu ; Brt Report >11.45; ar.d ftrrlTf* ai Meuban?t:leat6:15p
m.
lravrt >truLer.T:ll? at 7.12 a. m.; urivia at
fii liikerort at S:.Vi a. m.
Sieual acwtnuirda'J.in traiaa l?av? Ballaito at
?30 i. ru. ami 12:45 p. m.: brld^eport at t:?A a. w.
sod 1 00 p. m ; arme at Marlla'a f atTj >M a. m.
aud 1:10 p. tu. Returning 1?mt< Martln'a herry at
11:33 a in. and 8:30 p. ro : brl?l<?port 11.85 n. m.
so"! 3.40 p. tu.; arrtTtf at Bailairt al 11:30 a. m. and
S.35 p ui.
'lliketa lo all principal paint* in tha F.*.at and
Wtat can L* pracurtd at tha L"r.lrra Tit ket Otflee,
McLure Uoiik1, aui at th? alattra al Brld j^Mrt.
P. ft. MY Bib',
xni& fien?T*l ffrnnffr aad Ticket Aynt.
PlTTSBUK'iH, CINCINNATI A m. LOCUJ
KalLff AY-rAS-HASDLB ROCTK.
{?
11)0 Direct Line to the Northwett, Weat and
Southwe?t.
CO !f DIN 3 ED TIME CA1D.
TailcgiflVr. June U, 1177.
To LU Had and JbWA (rli Zmmrlll^).
F?K hadflo
LIM. EX. kccom'n
Lfi'to Za&eavllla- |3 OOa.si t* SOr V
ilrlre L*ni*4>r.9:5t " 4 ii '
Orci#TllI? 10:50 " I '
WasUiagtan 11:37" 7:11 f 7:'/5a.h
Wilmington...... l2^iP.M 821
Morrow...... ...... 138" JfclU M
Onflnnati >10 " I-...?, IQ^B
KMI (Pac'lc! Cw/
UBf.j Ex. tti. Mail.
1 MTp? P. M.| A. M. P. M. A. M.
PllUburfh^ *11:35 *fc30 t3;40
A. ?.|
SreabcnTllIe IM 10:07 1:15 9 20
I*nul?n 2:43 :i;M I:? 11:83
r. m p. m.
Stnrk 8:00 2:17 11:23 7.38
A.M.
Colutitbtu ? i-i *SilO f?00 tlOtGO
ArrlTp?
Uudcn 750 .*43 103 11:00
P. V.
XtnU? 1:30 St 42 8J3 12:15
L?iyiou?. ft: 0 1:13
Cincinnati ........... ii:M ?.oo 6 80 wo
A. M
TomiTliio ? 11M 11 80 7:45
Tj th* n>? and SortMuAit (tU Colutnbot).
Fa?t lad. Fae'lc Ch'go.
Lin?. Ex Ex. Ex.
L*aT?? A. M. A. ?. P. M p. V.
Coluiobui *8.3 110:00 *8*0 |5:40
ArrlTfr? P. M.
Urbana 104 5:4' 7:40
Plqu? 9.0. 6.4G <MH
Richmond 10: 6 S:10 8 30 ?
P. *r.
IndUmpoUl 12.83 1:13 1145
A. V A. M.
Rt Loalj S:00 MO
Lflp?n?pcrt. - 4 00 8:0^ 8.00
itunuo 8 30 TM 7:!0
?lhilly. -tDallr e?rcpt fcnnday.
tt^J'ullram Drawing Room and EUeplag Can
from sleu'wriTllle and Coluubus through wttAoul
chanjr to Cincinnati, Louiatllle, Inrtlawpclli and
St. Looii, and from Columbia to Chlcufo.
EC>ci or iihk cceKiog JlJmti in
the Wat, ?honld cull on or addrwa the undermined
lur through timetable*, m*p?, land circular# and
further information w. L. O'BKIKN.
Geu'l paiMjDurr and Ticket Agent, ho. lit High
nwt, Coiumhua, Ohio. aylf
rillME TABLE WHEELING A ELM GROVE
L H. W. tu, in effect cn acd titer Friday, May
1677:
Lear* Whwliog? Letre gUmm'ft?
fi:25 a. it. 6:50 a. u.
7.15 " 7:40 "
8.08 ' 8.30 ?
8:Ofl 0:20 ?'
9.43 ' 10:10 "
10M ? 11 00 u
11:28 " 11:50 "
12:15 r. *. 13:40 r. x.
1:0.1 ' 1:80
1:M ' 2.-10 "
2:4.1 ? 8:10 ?
3A1 " 4:00 '?
4.23 ' 4:.'0 "
5:13 5:40 "
6:?5 fr*) fi:W
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The 8en?id? LIT>rary.
1. Eut Ljane, By Mn. Henry Wood (Double
No.) - 20c.
2. Jjhu lliltf>x. (lent, By Ml* Mulock...^..2Cc.
3. Jane Eyre, By Charlotte Hronte (> ou. No.)20c.
4. A Wotnan-Hater, Ceaa. Reade'a new noreLTOe
5. The klack-Icdlea, Juiea Wrne'a latest*. 10c.
G. hut Daj?of Pompeii, by BuJw*r-~?^.^.lOc,
7. Adam te<le. By Heorue Flint (Double No.)20c.
8. h? Arundel Motto, By Miry Cecil H r-J' t.
0 OM M iddleton'a Money, By Mary recti Hay 10c.
M. lb* Wotaanln White, By Wllk1?('Olllai.u20c.
11. The > II' on the Flow By (irorae Eliot 20c.
12. The American Senator, r? Troll pe_.....~.20c.
It. A PrtneM*efThule, BrWrn Black- .~2'c.
14. The l*ad Jitcet, By Wllklo G,lUaaM....MM.10e.
14. Bnmola, By George Eliot. (t?otjhV>fo.)...Wc.
Id. Tlf tDnlub at the ><-rth Pcle and Fled
of Ice. In one hook. By Julee Verne lOe.
17. Hid:en 1'erlla, By Mary ledl Hay.-.-^-.. 10c.
13. Birtiira i lilatory. By Amelia B. tdwarda_20e.
19. A Terrible Temptation, ny Char leu B?ade_IOc.
U. Old Curioaity ' boy, By bar lea lrtcken?.^20a.
II. Foul May, Br Charlei Itml* - 10c.
II Man and Wife, By HllklaCblliai 2De.
CI. The fqulre'a Legacy By Mary Ctrl) Hay..,20c.
14. >'er*r Too liite to M*nd. By C Bead#- 20c.
n. Lady Adelalde'a Uetb, By Mra. H. Wood_10c.
?uror* Floyd, By Mlii M. E Braddon ?..20c.
!7. Vlrtoratd VarnaUhed, Br SC. C. Hay 10e.
X A luufh'er of Heath, By William BUek..l0e.
?. Nora'a Lore Twt, By Mary Cecil Hay.......10c.
JO. Her D^areat F?o, By Mra. Alexander ....2**e.
II. I otc Me Little Lore Me Lena, By C. KeadelOc.
\1. The Que?n of Hrarta. By Wllale CoJlina-.. 10c.
Ct. Hand; Andy, By eamoel Lam 20c.
M. A Mmpleton By Chaa. B*ide. ('Ingle No.)J0e
W. Fed* Holt, the Radical, By George Ellot-JOc.
t?l. The Wooing O'l, B/Mra Alexander 20c.
17. IbeMyiteiy, By Mra. Henry W.od- 10c.
W. Heritage if LanfUle, BrMra. Alexander.lOc.
?0. Antrnna By WlltleColllna. iDonbleBajJOc.
10. The Heir to Aabley. By Mra Henry Weod-10e
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