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in i oM UII HTOlt-".?No mtrnllon will bo paid
lo anuiiyinoiiK MiuwunlrvlluM; emy ariirln,
iituit t>? onomjixiUtl lij- the writer*' rt .*1 niitua
?ii'< mlJr.Hi
HiuiMH hllmjw unhuuhi If uJthi*tfii "Fine
X VamfJ-lt," an J thauld ?n tio o u* t? aildruud tc
uhft individual mitiUref iSt jlrm ty nam*.
VSitA: IK KM U.S.
Ilou lit' Forgot About Freedom
mid Nnved Jinrw JcemV'Iiifc.
Kioui the AtlantaCooitltutlon.
For several months old Uncle Jteuius
ha* been in tho country raising, as he
tuoilcitly expresses it, "a hap'ful o' co'n
an' a piller-case full o' cotton." He wan
in town yesterday with some chickens to
<ell. and after disDoaintr of hi* poultry
caIled around to aee U*.
"Howdy, Uncle Renin*."
"Po'ly, boot. po'ly. Dene here Hidden
coolne*?<?a in de wedder tnakeade ole nit;*
gerfeel like dere'a aump'n outer gear in
hn bone*. Hit nortcr vftikena up tie roomatix."
"How are cropa,Uncle ltetnua ?"
"Ob, crapa ia iniddlin'. Ole MitHter
'raembcred de ole nigger w'en he truz
itributin'de wedder. 1 aln'tcoroplainin',
bii.'i. But I'm done wid fartuin' after din,
1 ii,fer a fnc'. l)?J nigger* don't gimme
no (teace. 1 can't rca' fer urn. Oey ateal
my ahote*,an' dey fteal my chickena. No
longerin las' week I wiu hleedzd ter fling
a hau' full ur vqiiilJ ahot inter a nigger
what wuz runniu' olT wid fo' pullets an' a
rooaler. i'ui a gwlne ter drap farmin'
Mho. I'm gwine down inter ole Putmon
county an' lire alonger Mars Jeera*."
"Somebody waa telling me the other
day, Uncle Ketnua, that you aavedrour
young uiaater'a life during the war. llow
woninai(
"Well, I dunno, toss," with a grin that
showed that he was both pleased and embarrassed,
"I dunno, bow, Mars Jeems an'
Mi** Km'ly, dey ?ay I did."
"Tell me about it."
"You ain't got no time for ter net dur
an' hear de ole nigger run on wM 'is
tnouf, in you ?"
"Oh, plenty of time."
"Bos*, in yon even bindowu to Putinon
comity?"
"Often."
"Den you whow wliar de Brad Slaughter
place is?"
"Perfectly well."
"An' Harmony?"
"Yea."
"Well, hit wuz right 'long indere whar
Mar* Jceim lived. Wen de war come
'long, he wuz livin* dero wid ole Miss and
Miia Sally. Ole Mis# wuz his ma, an'
MiM Sally wuz his aister. Mara Jeema
war eatchin' fer ter go off an' light,
but ole Miss and Mies Sally, dey tuk on
*o dat ho couldn't git oil' de (ub year.
Ilioeby times 'gun ter get putty hot. an'
Mara Jeema ho up an' aed ho jea had ter
go, an' go he did. He got a overseer fer
ler look arter de placo, an' he went an'
jined the ahmy. An' he wuz a fighter,
too, Mara Jeerns wuz?oneer de wua kine.
Ole Mi** (Meter call mo to de big house
on Sundays, an' read what de papers say
'bout Mara Jeema."
"'Kemus/aex she, 'here's what de palters
sav 'bout my l>aby,' an' den she'd go
on an' read ontwell she couldn't read fer
cry in'.
"Hit went on dia way year in an' year
out,an'dey wuz mighty lonesome times,
boas, sho'a you bo'ii. De conacriptin' man
come 'Jong one day, an' he jea everlastin'ly
scooped up dat overseer, an' den old
M'im, she aont arter me, an' :<he aay:
'"Kemiw, I ain't got nobody for ter
look arter do place but you;' and I aay,
'MUli?, you kin jia 'pen' on de ole nigger,
?(I wuz old den, boss, let alono what I
t is now) au' you better b'ieevo I bossed
dew ban'*. I had dem niggers up'fo'
day, an'de way dey did wuk wuz acau^
lion. Dey had plenty bread and meat, an'
eood cloie ter w'ar, an' dey was do fatten'
nig^cramde whole settlement.
"Uinieby, ole Mian nho call uo up an'
(ell 116 do yankccs done gone an' took
Atlanty, and den preaently I hear dat dey
wtu luarcbin' down to'rd* Putmon, an'de
fin' thing I know*, Mara Jeems lie rid up
one day wid a whole company uv men.
lie jest stop longor null" fer ter change
hoisea an'Match up a moil Cull tivsumpn
t'eat. Ule Mims tole 'ira dat I wuz kinder
l?o?iu' roun\ an' lio call me up an' say:
"'Daddy'? all ole Mil*'* chillun call
we daddy?'Daddy,' lie nav, "pear* like
?lere'< goin' ter b? mighty rough time#
roun' here. Da yankveit in done down ter
MadUon, an' 'iwont be many day? befo'
JeT'll be nil thu here. Hit ain't likely
jit dey'll bother mother er wis; hut daday,
ef de wm cornea ter de wun, I apec'
you ter take ke?r un 'em."
?rv... I iv?.. ii , i
vcii x mi/, jluu uin Kiiowin mo a long
time, ain't you, Mar* Jecmn ?"
"Sence I wuz a baby, daddy,'aez he.
"Well, den, Mara Jeeuw,' sez 1, *you
knuw'J 'lurant no u?e fer ter ax mo ter
look arter ole Mian ana Alius Sully.'
"Den de team oatno in Mara Jeema'a
eye* an' ho f quote my ban' an' jump on
de filly I bin *avin' fer 'itn, an' gallop olY.
1 khow'd by de way he talk an'de wny he
looked dat dere wuz gwineter be nho'nuff
trubble. an' no I begun fer ter put de
born* in order an de pcripter aez. I got
all de cattle an'de howen tcgedder an' I
drivVin over to de fo' mile place. I
made a pen in de awauip an' dar 1 put de
b?U?. in' I haul nine vraggiu loada uv
eo'ii ni?* w'cat an' fodder to do crib on de
fo'mile place, an' den I groun'my ax.
"B'uneby, ouo day here come de yank?M.
Dey jen' hit armed all over kerution.
Ih wood* wut full tin urn an' do road
wiu full un urn, an' do yard wut full un
uui. 1 done hecrd dey "wuz comin' 'fore
lev <? ? in --I * ? ? --?
. biuui, mi i wviu u? uo won nir
washed my (ace an' hnmU, au' don I went
an' put on my Sunday cIozj, an' by de
time de yankees hed arrove, I wuraettin'
In olo Misa'a room wid my ax 'tween my
kneea.
"Dem yankcen, dey jes' ran?acked de
whole place, but dey didn't come in de
Houve. an' ole Mim.ahe sud she hoped dey
wouldn't w,en jet' den wo bear step* on
Jo po'cli, on' hurecomo two young fellera
*lil atropa on dere shoulders an' a'ord*
draggin' on de Qo' an* dero spurn ratlin.' I
1 won't nay I wua skeerd, bono, 'cauao 1!
wuzent, but I had a mighty (unny feelin',
in de naberhood ut deglmrd.
" 'Hello, ole man!' se* one, 'Wat you
Join' in here?* Olo Miss didn't turn
h'r head, an' Mitt Sally look straight at
he fi?r.
" * Well, bow,' sea 1,4I bin cuttin' some
ood for olo Miis, an' I ?jes atop for ter
*oin my han'ia little.'
" 'Hit li cole, dat'a a toe.' sex he. Den I
Kol up an' went and stood behine ole Mlaa
wd MIm Sally, a leanln on my ax. De
odder feller he was stannln' orer bjr de
U*bode lookia' atde dishes an' de sliver
on? an' pltchsrs. De man w*at wua
JwMr ter me, he went up ter de fier,
10 wan orer an' worn his han't. Fat
ft , -- - - -
thing you know he raiie up sadden Ilk*
an'aay:?
"?W'at dat on yo'ax?'
" 'Dst's do fier shlnin' on It,' lei I.
" 'I thought it wu* blood/ mi he, in*
1 den he lift.
"fiat, boss, dat young feller wouldn't a
left dat day el he a knoved how nigh
unto eternity l?e wue. Ef he'd jet laid de
weight of his ban' on ole Miss or Miss
Sally ]n der dat day, boss, he'd a nerer
knowed w'at hit'm er whar he was hit at,
an' my onliest grief would a bin de 'cesaity
of BPilin ole Miss's kyarpit. But dey
didnt bodder nobody ner nuthin, an' (ley
bowed derself out like dey had real good
breedin'?dey did dat,
"Well, de Yankees dey kep* passin' all
mornin', an* it 'peaed ter me dat dere wut
a string ut 'em ten mile long. Den dey
commence gittln' thinner an' thinner?
scscer an' scscer, an' blmeby 1 hear sklr*
miahhi'goln'on, an'ole Miss she say how
it wus Wheeler's cavelr? a followin' ut
'em ur. 1 knowed dat ei Wheeler'* boya
wux (1st close I wuun't doin' no good
nettin' ronn' de home, no I je* took Mara
Jcema's ritle and atarted out to look arter
my stock. Iiit wus a mighty raw day.
dat day wiu, an* de leaven on de groun'
wur wci fu UBT UIUITI DIBKB 110 IUM, Ml'
w'never I beeru a yankee ridin* by I jea
atop in my tracka an' let 'iui pass. I wut
a Mandin' d&t way in de aidge U7 de
wood*, wi Vn all id u xmldin I nee u little
I ring n v blut* nnr.?ke l?Ui*t uuten de top uv
a piuft tree'bout linll a mile oiT, an den
mo*' 'to I conld gedder up my idee*, here
cuuie do noue?bang! Dat pine, boat,
j wut do biggest an' de highest on de plan*
tash'n, ami dene wasn't a lim' on it fer
might t nigh a hundred feet up, an' den
dey all branched out an' made de top
look sorter like a umberill.
"&t I to luyielf, 'lloner, you er right
on my route, an' I'll nee what kinder bird
in a rooMtin' in von! Wile I wnz a talkin',
de unioke bun' out agin, and denbang
I 1 jea drap back inter de wood an'
tkearted roun'ao'itter fetch de pine tween
me and do road. I slid up putty close
ter de tree, an', boas, w'at you reckon I
see?"
"I have no idea, Uncle Hetnus."
"Well, j?a alio ex youer settin' dar lit*
senin' lode old nigger, dere wts alive
yankee way up dar in dat pine, an' he had
a spy-gins*, an' ho wuz a loadin' an'a
shootin' atde boys jea at cool wFtr cow*
cumber, an* he bad hiahoaa tied nut in Ha
builie*, 'cnzo I heerd de creeter trompin*
rouo.' While I wux a watching un'im,
I see 'im raiBe dat apy-glasa, look fru 'em
a winnit, and den put 'em down sudden,
an' Gx hbaelf fer ter shoot. I sorter
whirled round' 401 cold ace de road, an' I
had putty good eye* in dem day*, too. 1
waited a minnit, un' <fcn who should I see
comin' down de^road but Mara Jeema? I
didn't see hi* face, but boaa, 1 knowed de
filly dat I had rained fer 'irn, an' ahe waa
a prancin' an' dancin' like a schoolgirl.
I knowd dat man in de treo wus gwine teP
ahoot Mara Jeetoa, e( he could, an' dat 1
couldn't atan'. I bed nuaaed dat boy in
my arms many an' many a day, an' I lied
toted 'im on my back, an' I larut'im how
ter ride, an' how to swim, an' bow to
ratitle, an' I couldn't b'ar de idee ut standi!)'
dere an' see dat man shoot 'im. I
knowd dat de yankeea wna gwine ter free
de niggers, caze old Mi*u done told me no,
an' I didn't want ter hurt dla man in de
tree. But, bo?a, w'en I see him lay dat
gun 'crors aliui' an'settle bisse'f hack,an*
Mara Jeema goin' home ter ole Miaa an1
Miutially, I diarcmembered all 'bout
freedom, an' I jea raise up wid der rifle ?
had. an'let de man have all she had. His
gun drapped down an'come mighty nigU
ahootin'de old nigger w'en bit struck de
ground. Mara Jeema he heered de racket,
an' rid over, an' w'en I tell 'im 'bout it,
you never seed a man take on so. Ho
come mighty nigh ctyin' over the ole
nigger, I declare ter graabus ef he didn't.
An' ole Miaa?w'y ole Miaaf'arly hugged
me, an' w'en 11 aee how glad dey wuz my
conahuna bin reatin' easy ever aence."
"How about that aoldier you killed?''
"We had ter cut down de treo fer tor
bury 'im."
"How did he get up there?"
"W'y.boaa, ho had on a pa'r uv deae
telegrafajmra?dekinede fellers clime de
puie? win.
"Your Mora Jeems must bo very grateful."
"Lor*, chile, dey 'ain't nuthin Mara
JeeiDH in got data too good fer me. Dai'a
w'at makes rae nay w'at I do. I ain'c
gwineter be working roun' here 'inong
chain-gang nigger* w'en I got & good
homo down yantler in Putmnn. ltoi?,
can't you givede ole nigger a thrip fer to
git 'itn some soda-water wid?1'
And the f lithful old darkey went his
way.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Wliei'liug Wholesale Market.
Oman Daily Intblliokncbb, ?
Wednesday, Oct. 125. )
Steadino-s was the principal feature of
wholesale busiaess thin week and the mar*
ket was rather destitute of new feature*.
Nourly all the leading commercial branches
did an average volume of trade. The leading
staples showed no decided 'alterations
in quotations and in most reBpccts the mar*
kcts preserved nearly the same attitude of
last week.
api'lbs?Kcmiin rather easy under increased
supplies, but with something of a
corresponding improvemeutin the demand,
prices remain nt former quotations, vie:
$1 75M2 25.
Beans?The im ply is fair and the market
easy nt $2 35x2 53 for primo white
navy.
BrrrKR?The market is moderately nctire,
atrcduced quoUtions,vix: 18a20o.
Hakixo Powder?25a3dc per lb.
Brooms?Fancy, $2 00a2 25a3 00; plain
$l60a2 00.
Bkkswax?25o38c.
CanKRD Goods?Quotations: Peaches, 3
lb c&us per do*. $2 00; 2 lb cans, $150; 3 lb
oans touutoen,$l 35; 2 lb cans tomatoes |115;
Window corn, 2 lb cans, $190; sweet corn,
$190; common corn, $1 65; strawberries,
2 lb caus, $1 75; blackberries, 2 lb
cans, $1 25; raspberries, 2 lb cans, $1 75,
plums, 2 lb cans, $175; lima beans, 2 lb cans,
|1 75: oove oysters, 1 lb oans, 75; 2 lb
cans $150.
COAX?Per 100 bushels, (0 (0a7 00.
Chrbsk?The demand tis fair and the
stook in first hands is liberal at steady
prices. Wo quote prime Ohio factory nt
He.
Chickens?Young $1 25aI 75 per dozen;
old $2 50.
Ckakdkrriks?Per bnshel, $7 60a8 50.
Dribd Fruit?Trade continues nominal.
Apples quoted at 8}$a4c; reaches, llo for
mixed; Ho for prime halve*. Other quotation!:
Old Franes, 80; new do 9c; Carrant*
at 7jfc; Raisins?now $2 25, old $1 50;
Vnlencia, ?Id 80.
Euos-The supply continue# light and
tho market wan somewhat ilruier and
stronger with a slight upward tendency at
1"h18is for strictly fresh.
Fish-Quotations: For packages containing
100 pounds of sound fish, light
weight and Inferior quality at prioes
to correspond: Codfisn?boneless cod,
none in the market; Lake herring, none;
pickerel, none. White Fish. $4 00. Half
bblfc No. 3 mackerel $5'50; No. 2, $5 7.'?.
FBATitERS?In good demand; live Keose,
40:i50c.
F?D it?Oranges quoted at |7 00 pur box.
LemojiN at (7 fiu per box.
Fj.0L'K -There is a steady though not
prtxiing demand, chiefly of a jobbing character,
and the market is rather easy, though
quotably unchanged.* We quote as follow*:
Intent Fancy brands 810 00
rttulljr 7 25
Su|>er...M.....MMM..Mm...MMM...M.M.H (V 50
Hrruia... C 50* 75
.Saw KM Winter Wheat 7 CO
Uj? ? 75
Tciw?we lane iuo following quotations
front a circular issued by 8. Hurkhelmer
JiCo.: Mink, 10ca$lfi0; muskrat, Sal 8c;
racoon, 5n80? skunk, iOatfOo; grey fox,
$125al 50; red fox, 75cafI 25; otter. $5 00
afl 00; opossum, 10al5c; wild cat, 4Qu50c;
home cat, 5at5c; sheep pelts, 20ca$l 00.
Grockkibs?Coffee?Tho market hits
had n downward tendency for some time
past, but within the last few days prices
havo beenJsteadier under stimulating advices
from Bio Janeiro dated the 17th init.
The stock coming forward, however, Is
large and will likely affect the market
downward when stored. Java firm and
other mild descriptions easy. Sugar?
Standard whites maintain their strong position
better than yellow*. The stedc of
raws in this country Is ample, and the
supply of Havsua larger than usual at this
aeaaon of the year. IUce li firm, owing to
the brlak demand at the aourcen of supply;
but larger reeeipta frona fullcropn, In Caro*
Una and Leualana, which are expected next
month, will tend to degrees the market and
ahoar lower figurei in December and Janu*
ary than in the aame month* in 1870. New
Orleana tuolaaaoi steady. Nyrupa, tern and
aploea unchanged. Wo quote aa fol.
Iowa: Coffee*?VaU to good Bio 20^a
81c, prime 22o22Kc, choke 23?23^c,
beat roaated 27c, yellow Blo2fic. Syrup?
Common ?afiOc, prime MaflOe. New Orleana
Molaaaea, choice 66c. Sugar*?IWfined
hard cruahed and aranulated lie. A
Cofleo lOtfo, extra C lOXo, off C lO^e.
commercial A Sugar 10J4o, commercial 11
lOXo, commercial C 10 He, yellow 0 10c,
Golden C9)jc, common 8J?aHc; no atook of
N. 0. Sugar here. Carolina 6 fta7Xc,
New Orleana fnlly fair 6Kc, prime 7o,
choice 7 He.
Qhaim?The trade ia qulot and ateady.
Stooka in the country are liberal and receipta
are aent forward aa freely aa the demaud
requlrea. Wheat la aieady, with
very litilo change. The feeling ia rather
caar. but the firm viewa of countrr hr>lil?n
prevent any material decline in prices.
We quote primo Pennsylvania and Ohio red
At $l 20al 30. Com coutlnuea in rather
alovr demand, bat luppllei being light still,
prices are steady and unchanged. Oats re*
main at former price*, with liberal stocks
and a good demand. We qnote at 20a30o.
Bye la firm with light receipt! and limited
demand at 60o per bushel.
Hay?Very little la doing in baled, and
prices are almost nominal. Loose is in
liberal supply at (7 p-r ton.
Nails?The following ore the card rates:
Nails, Brads and Fencing?10 to COd (2 50,
8d and Od $2 75, fid and 7d $3 00. 4d and fid
$3 35,3d *4 00, 2d $6 25; Barrel-* inch
$6CO, !< in. |6 50,1 in. 1500, V/t in. $4 23,
in. $4 00, IK in.$3 50, IK in. $3 25;
Finishing?1 in. $7 60, in. $0 50, ltf
in. $4 75, IK to IK In. $4 CO, 2 in. $1 25,
2^ In.$4 00, Sin. and over $3 75. Casing
and box-lOd to 30d $3 23, 8?1 $3 50, 0.1
$3 83, 4d $1-0. 3d $3 0?. Fia? Blued 4d
$4 25,3d *5 50,21 $0 25. Lning-*,' in.
$7 00, X in. $8 50. Tobacco llbd-lOd
$3 00, 8(1 $3 25,6d nnd 7(1 $3 50. Cliuchnll
sixes $4 25. Cut Spikes?all sites $2 75.
Boat Spikes?all size* $3 25. Slating?5d
$3 60,4d $3 60,3d $1 25,2d $5 50.
OILS?Carbon I4^c per gallon, miner*,
65c,
Oxioxs ? Home raised, 60a80o per
bushel.
Potatoes?Receipts are a little more
liberal and tho demand has increased somewhat,
although business is still very light
We continue to quote at $1 25al 5'J per
barrel.
Fftovisioxs.?There has been little or no
change in the general position of the market
for some time vast; thedemand is only
fair, although all that can be expected
nt this season o( the year, while
stocks oro light and prices well sustained.
We continue former quotations.
Mess Pork?Clear $17 00; faucv $16 00;
Bacon?Stock of old hams, shoulders and
aides exhausted; will soon have new ready.
New Lard?Butchera' 9c; fancy city 9}?c.
Rags?2a2Ko per pound.
8rbds?Timothy aced, $1 75al 'JO per
bush.; clover nominal.
41 OS
Tallow?7 Xc for country.
Tobacco?Nnviei. MaCOc; twists, 65a70e.
Wheeling stoolea?Per 1,000, $ 050a
11 60.
WOOL.?Quoted ut 4tiu45? for choice
washed, and one-third of] for uuwAshed.
Wheeling luatlly Market.
mkat and foiilthy.
MKV. Lamb, hind quar- l.'Vi
Bound, lb......~l2KaH Lamb, fore quar... IS
Bump....~. pobk
Loin ..... IS Salt.. ...... li#
Porter-house 15 Freil steak UK
Hoa?? MX Roan u]l
dt?w .. 8 Hjuiu. ,%
flftrucd 10 Elam, r lived ~ 20
Dried 20 Hjuxigea 15
Tongue 50a CO Laid 15
Trli* 75 vmal
I-Wer........ 5 Cutleti....... 15
Tallow........ V Emit I?#
mutton. Stow . ..... to
Chop* ... 20 POCLtar.
Hind quarter \1% Chickens..... 2.V25
Fore quarter . 10
run.
Mackerel, each.... Sal5 I Frwh Salmon, lbJCal!^
Herrings, doa 25 ll>ib?ter? .. T\
Perth, string ...... 25 Warns 5)
cod io r
orockhiks.
Butter, lb....MM...30a2f CttroQ..>MMM . 40
Cheese, lb 12J<al5 ltaWna... UU.T5"
Egg*, doc .....'20 ?ng. Cur.unta Sal.t
SUik, qt ...JaM rrunea. ...... ...10
TKa. Vlneuar, gaL 8fla4)
Green, lb ttcifl 00 Plcklcs in
Kd<. breakfast J0a80 Crackera lb lOal'2
Dolong >80*90 Lauudrjr atarch..._Sat0
Japan........ mUOjSO fla?j Beam 10
COFFRK. CAXDLKS?
Jara ....... 30a83 Hporrn ??fci30
Bio 22att Common mold 15
acuiK. Sal-soda..... . 5
?(IbalortlOO. soapBlock,
lb 7 Hard... .
Crushed, lb.....? 7 Hominy, qU...... 8
Pulverized. Ib .....7 Boaoa, per qt....?8 tlU
Granulated, lb 7 Drird npplei, per IbJI
nrown, id.. ...,iu.in UMtd renehea. 121 \
Uolaascs, gal ...79 Flour, uck...?.'J3a3l 10
Bjrrup 80*100 Corn racal, peck IMO
lloney ??M...mM.2S Craubeniea, qt_12^15
ViantBLKS 1ND OaRDEX BAUCIC.
Onloni, per peck-... JW Apple*, per peck,15aI3
Potatoes. pk............-15 Beets, per buucb '1
Cucumber#, dot 20 ToiuntoeJ, per pk... ..'.5
Beans, now,per pk. 80?40 Boattlug ears, |*r d-jCarrota,
per bunch.2?3 tea 15
Lima Beans, per qt.. 15 dwiot Putatooj, j*r
Cabbage,per head... 2*5 perk....... ........... 40
Celery, per bunch, 8 | Pumpkins, eaob...8il3
yXUITSL UT3T8, KTC.
Oranges, each 8 <8 Walnuts, Napleiu 35
Oranges, dor......?40.i50 Almonds,softsocll,
Lemons, each 6al0 lb 30
Lcuionn, do* JWa40 Almondu, pnper
Dales, lb ........13o2J shell in
Figs.. ......10*20 Poanuts, quart. 10
Braall Nuts, lb.... 20 Candles, aaaorUd.
Pecan Hum 20 lb 1 ?h?
WalnttU, Eng'h... 21 Quinces, per p'k? Si 03
mma.
Timothy, btub42 75*n 001 Clorer, white Maftn
Hpd-top............... 1 00 [Canary seed, lb... 15
Clover, red, lb...... IB IBapesecd.....^.... 15
OIU, kTC.
Spurn, gal ......H 00 Limeod ... AO
Wlialo 1 40 Burning tiuld 25
Parafllne ..~t2 00*2 00 Bentlne 23
Kerosene at Alcohol 8 00
Turpentine 78 Carbon- ft* 40
Lard/. 76ca|l 00
BY TELEGRAPH.
Mew York Money una .Stock*.
Nbw Yokk, October 21.?Mo.nby--i1.i7
per cent. Prime mercantile paper 7n9 per
cent. Custom receipt* $107,000. The Atlistant
Tremarer dlibuned $390,000. Clearings
not quoted. Sterling quiet; loug 4.S0&;
abort \MXAGOLD?
HtnmW nt 109V/r?rrrlni? 1 I
to 3 per cent. Loans were also made flat
to l per cent per annum, and at 1-32 per
diem for uio.
Silver?At London 55&d. Here, silver
bars are $1 23}*, greenbacks, $1 20X gold.
Silver coin porccnt discount.
Governments?Dull.
Dnlted States 6a of 1881, coupon*. 110K
Plre-TwenUss (1865) new.?
Fire-Twenties
Flrt-Twcntka (IMS)? lgfr
New Four and s h'?Tf?....-m.........!.."I.TT...^10f>^
New Founi......................... 102H
'fen-fortlea .. -.-....-.I07^,
Ten-[ortlc? (ooupooi)....^*...M 1(8*
Currtacr tilxa ?. ~12t^
Railroad Bonds?Generally steady;
some issues slightly higher.
HTATB SBCOBITIIS-Qulet.
8TOCK8-IrreguJar with frequent fluctuations
until near the closo, when the priccs
were at or near the highest of the day, except
for the coal khaies, which were w?ak
nud lower.
Transaction* aggregated 169,000 share*,
of which 3,600 were New York Central,
0.000 Erie, 65,000 Lake Shore, 4.0C0
Northwestern common, 4,000 preferred,
8.000 8t. Paul common, 5,000 Delaawarc ?fc
lludiou, and 36,000 Western Union.
Western Union 81 |Northwestera com- 85-k;
Qulet'llver NMM... - 18)d Northwestern pfd... fi?>i
UukkiUrer pfa...... 88!*| New JtrMjr Central 10*
Padflc Mail ? I Roc* lilaod 101
Mariposa....? ...... lfc & flauU? 81
Mariposa preferred.. Ifc St. Paul proferml... 0J?i
Adams Express. 97Q|Wal?>h? it)
Walls. flsi*o A Co- 8?fc|F?jrt Wayna W?
American.............. M Terre Haute .......... G
United Htatea........ 45 T*rre Uaute pfd-..- 17
Hew York C?nU*U06K|CI>l?io a Alton.- 81
Crfe ISUlrhlMM* *1?An?r.llWll-/
Kriep'releneiir. 23>( Ohio* Mlu'wippfZ" uG
lLtrlum .......141 Delaware A Lauka... (0,4
Harlem preferred... 147 A. 4 P. TelegrapL. 10
Michigan Central.... OiM Mtexmrl Pacific lU
Pan>th? 127 Burlington St Qutn.KS
Union Hdlo...?-. B'v-i Hannibal A til, Joe. 10%
LakeBbore t8>$ Central Pac. bondi.10.vk
IIU00U Central........ 17 Union Pacific bond?lOi$
PltUbargh 7'JH Land Grnuu........_103
C. C. C. a tilnklnf Fund.... m. V4^
Allegheny Cattle.
East Libirty, October 24.-CATTi.B-Recolpt*
to-day ten can through and twentytiro
car* yard atoelc, or 644 head; prime
$5 85, good $5 25n5 60, common f4 25a
460.
Hoaa?Recelpta to-day 3,485 head Yorkart
$5 10*5 65, Philadelphia! dull at >5 60
Hn'**r?Receipt* to-d*y 600 h*ad; price*
ranged at trom S to 5 cent*.
IMttiiburgh.
Prmnoaon, October 24.?Petroleum - j
I Quiet, crude $240 at Parker** for lmmcg?*
MX''PUUd"-,
Hew York.
Niw VoiK, October SO.-CottonBteadr
al U Mkall 7*18e* Flour-Leaidolop
No. 3,W OOa4 86, luperfine weatara tad
State 18 MM 40, common to good IS 60a
878, good to choice 15 80*0 00, white wheal
t,nt?r W80a8JS, extra Ohio
ts 80a7 SO, Ht Lonia 15 70.8 28, Uinnetota
patent procen ?7 40a9 25. Wheat-Fair
hn.lne^No.S.nd No. 8 iprlagmlxtd 27c,
No. a Milwaukee II M, No. 1, It 84, No. 1
pring |t 34il 84X, red winter ungraded
" Kre-<Jnlot; w extern 71c. tlarley
and Malt?Unchanged. Corn?A ahado
aalin high mixed (itc. ateam mixed October
fl3a83Ho. Oata?Weitern nixed and
State SSaSSc, white wutarn 8H45C. U?rfihlpplng
MafiOo. Hope?Unchanged, Cofice?steady
and unchanged. Sugir-Qnlat;
i&irio gooa rcBnlng SKaBKo, prime 8Ko:
refined B^alO^o. Molasses?Quiet ami
unchanged. Rice? Bteiuly. Whisky?Dull
and lower at $1II.
Chicago.
Chicaoo, October 24.?Flour?Quiet
and steady. Wheat?Active but lower
aud unsettled; No. 1 Chicago apring $110,
No. 3. $1 09 cosh, $1 04Jgal 04tf November,
$1 04Jf tbe year, No. 3, $105,
rejected l?5c. Corn?Generally unchanged,
but some aalea rather lower and active at
44^at4Ko cmb, 43jia4a?uo November, re*
jected 43o. Uata? Quiet and ateady at
?f3Xo cash and November, 23Xa23#o December,
rejected at 21 lAo. Rye-Quiet and
unchanged. Barley?Firmer at 60o. Fork
?Unsettled bat generally lower at $14 50
cash, $12 70 November, $12 4JXal2 45the
year. Lard?DulJ, weuk,and lower at S3 50
cash, $8 70 October, $3 15 the year. Rulk
MeaU?Kaalcr at 6Ka7|Ka7?fc. Whlaky?
Quiet at $1 09.
At the close Wheat was easier but not
quotably lower. Corn firmer. Osti it#ndv
and unchanged. Pork Sieadyand unchang*
ed. Lard Steady and unchanged.
Chicago Cattle Mark !
Ciiioago,October 24.?'The Drown' Jour*
nal reports:
Cattlb?Receipts, 4,400, ahipuienta,
450. Choice fat natives a ahade stronger at
$5 25a5 60, other nativea shipping steady
at $4 00d4 75; medium and Inferior Colo*
rados $i 6o#4 00, no ahipping Colorado
here; through Texana unchanged, poor
quality, no abipplng demand, tales at 92 00
a3 37& native butchers eteady; cows $J 40
a3 0, bulla Si 95a3 60, milch cows in itrong
rcqueat at $3 00.
11008?Receipt*, 15,000, ablpmcnts, 2,900;
opened at lOaloo lower, oloacd 5al0c lower
and weak; little done; boat shipping $5 60
o5 00, beat Bostons $i 00a5 16, common
14 90u5 06, packing $1 76a6 00, light |6 00
5 10.
Biibep?Receipt*, 1,500. shipments, 800;
better feeling, some sale? higher, ahipping
$300a4 60; butcher* *3 OOaS 50.
Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, October 24. ? Cotton ?
Quiet at lOJio, Flour?Quiet and steady.
Wheat?Dull; rod $1 20al 30. Corn ?
Heavy; at the close 45a 16c; aalca new at
37a33 for dditery laat half of November.
Oats-Demand fair and market firm at
27a3lc. Rye?Stronger at 68a60o. Barley
?Dull and unchanged. Pork?Strong and
highor; sales at $14 00. Lard?Firm; ourrent
make $3 35, kettle 9a9tf c. Bulk Meats
?Nominally unchanged oud scarce. Baeon
?Firm; s del sides at 9a9%a9%c. Butter
Quiet and unchanged. Whisky?Steady
and in fair demand at $1 07.
IIoGS-Steady; common $4 00a4 65. light
$4 75a4 00, packing $4 00a5 15, butchers
$5 10J5 20.
Toledo.
Toledo, October 24.?Flour? Steady.
Wheat?Quiet; No. 2 amber Michigan
$1 32al 33?, do seller October, $1 28^,
Heller December $129 lA, No. 1 red winter
$1 33, No. 2 do, spot, seller October $1 27;
seller November $1 27tf, No. 3 red $116fcf.
Corn?Quiet, high mixed 48??c, No. 2
xpot47Kc, rejected 48c, damaged new
33!tfc. Itye?No. 2, 66c. Oats?Dull, No.
2.26KC.
4 p. m.?Wheat closed dull, No. 1 white
Michigan, $1 32, amber Michigan, spot,
$1 29 }f, seller November $128%nt 29X,
No. 1 red winter $L 32J^ul S3, No. 2 seller
November 51 27}f. Corn dull, No. 2, white
49Xe. ^
Dry Uoods.
New Yori, October 24.-But little animation
in the market: business light with
agents and jobbers. Cottons quiet. Prints
sluggish in tint hands, but jobbing freely
whenoflVred at low figure*. Ginghams in
good demand. Dress goods less active.
Men's wear woolens iuactive. foreign
goods moving slowly.
forty yjiakb bkfork tiie public.
DR. C. M9LANFS
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
voi Tin CURE Of
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
dyspepsia and sick 11udacue.
PSymptoms of a Diseased Liver.
AIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, inereasesonpresiure;
sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarelyable to lie
on the left tide; sometimes the pain
i'j felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
ihe shoulder, ar.d is sometimes misulien
fcraiheumatism in the arm.
The slosacliisaflectcd with loss of
. - [-.elite t.nd sideness; the bowels in
..crclr.vc coctivc, sometimes alter.
.avcwiihlsx; the head is troubled
i.lipain; acccmpanicd v.-ith a dull,
1 eavy sensation in tbe back part.
'I here is generally aconsiderableloss
i fmemory,accompanied with a painful
sensalion 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 up 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 exi
istcd, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M9Lane's Liver Pius,
in cases of Ache and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive
of the most happy results. Nobctter
rathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine, Wo.
would advise all who are afflicted]
with this diccatc to give them A
FAIR TRIM.
For all Bilious derangements, and
is a simple purgative, they arc unequaled.
DEWAtin or IJtlT.lTIOSS.'
The genuine Dr. C. M9Lane's
Liver Pius are never sugar coatcd.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid. with fh<? imnmetirm Hp
M9Lane,s Liver Tills.
The genuine M?Lane's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
M9Lane and Fleming toos. on the
wrappers.
JB5T Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. IICLane's Liver I'ius, prepared
by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
I To thoie irl?hln| to (to D*. C. Ileum's
LlV? Piu? a trial, w? will mall pott paid to any
| lort of iho United Sum, one box ?f Fills for
>w^*fi^CF?bnNonRos.,Futa?rfh,p>.
jgALT! SALT!
DRUCCI8T8.
A BENEVOLENT LADY,
2 ?? >!'?"? UM.OORH AN 0
prUt and inuflcttlon th*u? rt'lii PwSTmS
lirr ronu. For Mia l,j
Loom, LUT k COT.
Best In the Market
Tha Beat Hotrlt,
Tho Beat BtM'dlof UottWt,
Tl>? BntBtouaboata,
The iktt iiouwkwprrf,
ME
LOGAN, LIST & CO'S
EXCEL8IOR BAKING POWDER
ROSE OIL, ROSE OIL,
CImm KM UIovm, Hlbbona, Ac., and rarcoraa
grwue, Mint, do., without Injury to (ha fabric.
Bold by LOG AW, UVT A (30.
A NICE BREAKFAST "
IiimpoMlbls with hiavjr btmlt or gildlarata.
Um Ixpn, LUt A Cb'i LYCELblOH BAKING
POWDER, and "It ail io?alow"
A NICE PRESENT
To yonr frland or yourwll-nn dap ant Hair Bruab,
a handantuo Port?mon?ie, in tsqulilta fland'i Extract.
Your oholco o( a tine aaaortuont of luperloriioodaatlow
iirlc?a,at
aapMdaw LO9A?, LIST A C0?8.
MIS GH THE BEST I
K/BBID'S
COUGH_SYRUP!
Do Not NiQlect a Cold Howmr Slight,
For COUGHS. COLDS, H0ARSENE8?,
BU0NCU1TI8, WHOOPING
COUGH, Ac., um
REED'S COUGH SYRUP 1
There is no reparation equal to it Try I
it and be convinced.
11EMEMBER i Ask (or "hkkd'b Cough i
Syrup," and be tore yon get it,
PRIPB 25 OlXTfl FKB BOTTLR. |
HOUSTON & REED, Proprliton,
WHMLIHO, W. VA. |
BOLD BY ALL I) It AT. KM IN MSDiCUfSS.
myl2
paiwt8, oils, &c.
^RE YOD GOING TO
BUILD OR REPAIR YOUR HOUSE.
Wo can offer you Extra Induccmcnti, u ire bare
a Urge and well selected stock o!
DOORS, BASH, WINDOW OLA83,
FRAME), PAINT?, OILS,
SHUTTER'1, YARNIBHE?,
8A81I WEIGHTS, COLORS, Dry A la Oil,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
IN ANY COLOR OR QUANTITY.
Gall and examine eur stock and get our prices
before buy log tlie where.
hane8, WILSON & CO.,
1238 MARKET ST.
oc 11
WHITE LEAD.
E. P. HAY,
Paints, Oils,
Glass, Sash,
Doors, and
PAINTERS' SIIPPIips
No. 1211 Main Street, Wheeling, W. Ya.
FOB BALB-ABMSTBONO AMcKELVT'S
SUPERIOR BRAND
WHITE LEAD.
What Palntars SnT About thla Lead.
Ditto*, Ohio, April 17,1877.
We, tba underalgned. do hereby certify th?t wt
ha?o mod Araitrong A McKtlry'? Sixictly Pure
White Lead, tod we find It the beat in the market.
It Li whiter, ground finer, eotera naore aur/ace,
and hu more body, than any we hare ever uacd.
[Signed by] Jou?i K. Iikmpskt,
Sign and Cardite Painter.
Habter A Firrn,
Faintmand Paper Dangers.
J. A. LAOO,
Painter and Paper Dinger.
A P. Habektt,
ray26 Bouse and sign Painter.
HAT8 & CAPS.
ALL HATS!
-AT1
?ca MAlfKET ST.
oon
CO !0
U . 0
s_ 10 ^
H ^ g
? <} H
J u Pi
_J M A
< 4.
U. Hi
ROOFIN :
JOHN C. 8CIIUI.TZ,
PLAIN AND ORJfAMJLSTAL,
8LATH HOOFER,
NO. 110 EiQHTSKBTH STRUT.
AU orden promptly att*fld?d la Bqpdrlng neatljr
done and warranted. Bp8
J^EMEMBEBTbat
to make room for our Pill Stock, w? will
til from dow and uotll lb* Ui of October the beit
whlu Uck Wall riptr at To per roll; Flats, 12J{c;
Glasod, lflc. and Golds at 10c.
K * v. rton. * Bug
QU> SKAL PEESSE3
WANTED TO-DAY,
WEST VA. STENCH t SEA7, WOBKH,
No. 1731 Market Bt.
otll)
A VUTUMRilRI COMPUTE mrocic
^gggg
FINANCIAL.
JouK.Bonrau>,rnri. Qio.Auu.Guli'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
1 BlICOMMT 10 the
FlBaT RATIONAL BAMS OF WOSKL1KO.
CtjHal. ~ 1160,000
Thii Bank li orpmlted tad prepared to truaMt
the burioeea of banking In all fa detaila.
Itiucmda theFlratNalional Bank of Wheeling,
la own id by the airno abarcholdera and launder the
By carefully1 wa'txdlng tho IntoraU ?(lta Cor-1
respondent* and Depodlon, and by a prompt and j
faithful execution of their wUhee,ttbopeauj merit
tbetr eateem and ccnQdence.
Hotel and BUla dlaoounted.
Collections made on all polnU througlioul the
United etau*
l*p nil Account* anbjeet to cheek at light r?
celsed Iron Brnk*. Bankers, Pliuu, Corporation*
and Indlvtdnala.
Certlilcateaof Deposit Intaod payable on denuud
or at flxiddatoa.
Intercit allowed on Special Depotlt*.
Diucrota:
John K. Botsford, Win. B. Simpson,
Jacob 8. Rhodes, Win. A. 1 umer,
Wui.A. )s?tt, John L. Uubb?,
A. M. Adamt, 0. C. Dewey.
Uenrj If. Harper, mySl-dAw
D. C. List. Joskpu Brraous,
Usmkt K. Lun, Uimos Uav,
W* A. liar, Hum W. Lot.
Ran U nf \A/hool!n rr
VI >f IIVVMIIg)
WHEELING, W. VA.
Capital, $100,000.
StockhoMera peraonallr liable and reiirnratina
over 1000,000.
Becelm Deposit* and Dlacounta Piper.
Deal* Id Gold, Sliver, Cola-Ural ta iuJ Sterling
SzebaoM.
Bella l>rafta on England, Ireland. Frame, Grr*
many and other prominent parti of Euro]*.
Sura and twill UoTcrumeut, State, City and ball*
road Bond*
Iotcreit palil on Hperial Depoelta.
Special attention gt?an to Collect! na.
D. C. LIST, Praldent.
O. LAMB, Cubic.
JOB. S1CYBOLD, Aartatant CUhler. JaU
Commercial Bank.
Capital, $100,000.
Omca-No. 1306 Main 8L
Intercut paid on tfptdal Depoalta. Collection*
made and proceeda tromptlr remitted. Acoounti
of merchant* and othera aullclted.
drbctokj:
Tboc II. LUt, I J.L etlfal,
K. J. Smyth, W.T. Uurt,
J. P. Ttuimu. I rt... II
W. A. WilJon,
THOfl. H. LIJT, President.
J. L. 8TIFEL, V. Pmt
8. P. HILDBETH, Cashier. Ja?_
Exchange Bank.
J. n. VaKcb, Prcs'l 8a*'l Lacmux, V. P.
OiHtwt............ .won.w
liability d BtockhcUlen. ?00,000
This Bulk succeeds to the businuaof the Mcrchnnts'
National Bank, and deals In Coir, Coupons,
Commercial Paper and Bills of Exchange,
Interest paid on 8pedal Deposits.
Collections mads on all points and proceeds
promptly remitted.
Accounts of Bankers and Buirtnwi Men solicited.
Btockholdors liable to depositors according to the
Constitution of the State the same as In National
Banks.
Diucion:
J. N. Vancc, | 8. HorkUcixuw,
L. B. Delaplaln, | D. Gutwan,
J. 0. HoBmaifr, Win. EMnsham,
Bam'l Lauubltn, H. Wallace,
Crawford Beoth,
an? H . JONES, Qt?likr.
FURNITURE, &C.
ri^
THE FAMOUS BRAND OF
"COATS"
Spool Cotton
IS NOW FULLY ADAPTED 10
SEWING MACHINES.
Black and Colors especially desirable.
For tale by
J. 8. RHODES & CO.
E. BC HOPPER,
EMSHEIMER BROS,,
KELLER A 8CHBE1NER,
oeoroe o. Born,
W. J. PITLEB,
E. C. JEFFER9.
at wnoi.esai.n UY
,1. K. IIIIODE8 & CO.
Jy?
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage!
HHMnppi A Quids to Vfcdlook at*!
jll.'f aVViV Q.onfitWutlil TnatlM on tht
Bilutlti ol mirrtisi and th?
M?WWWWHgl nam tint uaflt tor It i tht w>
ffU of Ueproduotton anil
dK9nBnaHwHVBt>l<. Dlioaaeo of Wonra.
IT I.Hilill.TMv a bo<!? !or ronild.
LiL^liUuMJk3 eo nl *'30 p,st*' ^
Abna*. Eiecu?e?, or fioerrt iuk tlu but
Btnntofnm, Ktiirnt?ir?.prtp?Mrt<.
^ A CLINldAIi MTCttfRX on lh* uho<r? tm)
llitwrKwk ?.m rwMt<lon rr??p{olpr???j ortTlihrw,
cnnftlnlrif :?l rif?. SttitttWir llmitratnl. W 73 et?.
AddimPB. I'JTTS. No. 11 X.ttUK.bt.Lona. Mo.
QHEAP BOOKS.
A m'w invoice of
Tlio Hon?l<lo Library,
J nit receive]?10) st* books, by the belt author f.
at 10 and 20 ceuta c?ch.
a H. QUIMBY.
Bonkacllcr and Nowi dealer, Mo. 1414 Market Bt
oclt ,
Or. Rlco-d'c Emnca if Lilt reatorea manhood
and tho vigor of youth to the moat shattered animation
la (oar weeka. from whatever cauae aria*
iug. KaUute lmponlblo. Beware ol adwrtlacra
who offer awaited frtt FneerlpUona that are n?eIns,
and Bndly prove ruinooal; expemlvo. What- ;
ever ha* merit muit coat a fair price. IS per caae
?TOVE? * HARDWARE.
The Cheapest,
The Best,
The Laigest
COOK STOVE
In the Market i? the Celebrated
MAI I ITV CTAD
t nukl i gmn.
BENJAMIN FISHER,
STAR FOUNDRY.
A great variety of other Cook Btovea nl*
trajri on hand. ^WAU Storm guaranteed.
Marbellzed Iron am Stale Wontili.
Freeitone and Slate Heirths, 4c.
Call, examine and ace price* before |>nr>
cha?lngel?e where. mt Si
g F. CALDWELK
Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles,
Common Qratea, Hie and all; kind* o!
Terra Cotta gooda.
Galvanized Iron Work and Tin
Roofing,
TOGETHER WITH A COMPUTUS Afc
BOHTilENT OF
COOKING STOVES
And Hooie Furnishing Goods. We call
special attention to the
Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate.
The mo?t complete Crate in tb* market
It can be leen in operation in Mr. Frank
Coen'i finarenldenen on th? latnml / ? !
and examine.
1507, 1509 A 1511 Mttlu Ntrcet.
uear P. A O. H. K. Depot, mrP
^BE Y00 GOING TO MOVE?
Don't Yon Want a
NewCookStove
Die BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN
THE MARKET can bo found at
No. 1425 Main St
THE FAMOUS
ARLINGTON
AND OTHER
First-Class Stoves,
Con now be bought Cheeper than ever
before,
ALL 8T0VBB XYARRAb IP TO rUS.i&B
Don't fail to call ami *ee onr stock before
purchasing.
JOSEPH BELL & GO.
ARLINGTON HTOVK WORKS,
No. 1425 Main ht., Whkkung, yt. Va.
mrI2
PLUMBINC.CA5 FITTIfiC
Thompson & Hibberd,
1814 aittrkel Mrcv*.
PLUMBK I*
Gas and Steam Fitters,
?AHD?
BRASS FOUNDERS.
80LB AGENTS FOU
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE,
?ajoKnowlc*'
Steam Pum]),
Dtaltri <? Irm, ljni, Una, ?rj Fltu JVpt, dm
ITote, iuatit WhUtlu, Sltcm Gdnjf*, ami
all kimdi tf Plumbtti Ooclt,
IIxTlofc Jut rfinorfd to their new anrt cfiinir.oJI
ooaqiortcfi, 1314 Market ?lrrct, with * Li** Hurt
of the nfwwt ami hamlw.at?l tlwlcua rf chaniWll?r?,
Brackut atxl l?mp l.UhU, nr.il Fxtcmlot
CbaoUflicTitn Brona* C!uk tie pul.llc rr.
rcapwtlully )n?tt?l to c?ll ami virsnlne I hem
Their goodnu> *11 txw r*2i
rpEUIELE * HORNBBOOR.,
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
DcuUm to Lead, irtn, Uatvanis*), Btoaia, Watu
?o?l Drain ttpcc Keep conaUntly on Uud a tarm
Mtortioeul Bran Good a, Btoaai and Water ClrrKea,
Pnmr? ho<1 Qsa Fixtures.
out AoBra rot rrtvr vi*?uru rot
MLMAN'S CEIESRATEDBAS iSAOHIWE,
Vim KIR OlBCBLtK.
MIJ ??R*n STBKET. WHCtUM, WOT*.
Prompt attention jjwn to ontor* Ironi * t
To Iron Mills and Engine Buildcra,
We bar? addrd to our PLUM PINO and CIA.1
PITTING MUblUhnsut, a Dew and punpteu
13 It ASS FOUNDUY,
ind are now prepared to inak* nil k'nrit ?<f Ml
?nd Engine Hrata Guttop at thort ui>tU* and o'
the very b?t quality.
THIMBLE 4 HORNBROOK,
a?3 No. 1416 MarM itrret.
NO CURE-NO FEE!!
tal I !?* ? W?hlnr?i rtmU Chl^fl. (? li. mi* ?f *11
l?r?U, CWf ud 8p?UI U??-s WV*litir^.
IHjblllty, mJ Lo*t UuultwiJ, rttminmly
nunl. Dr.O. li of lb* l>fa?m Stnv>l. tuj tun n-j
Jlyvwyib* Um iMjwt rrvOM in lU UiJM Bui*. LA*
OIEH rontons tmtmnt wlik bent and bowJ,r*ll tt wrti.
Km cwiTrahraM fortNibau. B??4 Fifty C?u tcr 51AIIHlXfiE
GITIIIKt #51 pk?. Illminiiil. UAItfUKD
LADIES ?ad nulmnn wn4 Fifty C?nb tm SampU *r XuW*
Ur llaadi t&4 Cbcvtar iflBMUil inforuutwn kjr (irraM. Car
mIUUob (m talcM&iMiliir KtU*->U fta*l? Box
I O XuJ.
Iaj| the /> "' etiohl.icrf, l'luli.
ildM *''' ' '' raSM** 'Vk *pMI
UaTttrd ll? Tlercw, I^rr,. ' llM'iiml-,'K?^,
Pallaand Half Pall* Our ownrrodud??u|?nu
toany in thvnaiket. Norltkofloai u.d
tolliodiuler lu bundling our uiea ? frlcoa air
now at lot torn.
Itsr, DAVENPORT A PAKKS.
ERSK1NE,
t i
Attorney lit J- a w.
nwci"Will
pxctlca la lie But* and Fadnil Conjli.
bmtjamis a jujjioii, Notut roiua
OfflMMlbOTt. d5ti.1T
J D. PttAOEK,
PRACTICAL DECORATOR,
pt ChnrehM, ijilta, Blorti >nd D*?U1dj?
In FrtKO and PiUn Pnj.tr Hanging.
Ho.UX2th&, TVHEOJNO, W. VA.
mjM
TRANSPORTATION,
jgALTlMORE k OHIO BAILBOAD CO
On and aJu* Uty M, 1177. P*ntO|?r TralnivU
lean u follo?t-Wbe?MnR 'I liue:
' Ho. 0. ? . 7* * . t
n*r??0Pin>. daily. dally, -j
Leave*? a.p. *.*. F. u. a.m.
Whealtaf ...? 4:40 lfcM Ml 1M
Anlvaa at- p. m> t. M.
Urailoo? 9.0A 1:11 1M0 4J?
P. *. A. M. HMMM
Keraw mhmhom 11U 7 M 1*5
Cunt bat la txl 145 I;U? M,,.-"
Maul-abur* 6:10
Waahln^Uiu lliy- 7:?0 78#.
HaIUuMm* I;to MO .
? , , ., A. * *. M. ..M~~ I
Pbt!ad?!pblam.*06 1:45 ,
New Yoik??..? t-2& ???? 6:00 mm Daily
eittpl Sut4ay,
No. 7 itupt at all HuikxuUt?<co Whwlln* and
CumUilandj No ? *tu|w at all S.'Mloiia twivcta
Whmlliif and (irtftoo.
^
WRST-BOUSD. I ilallv. I W? Itl
Leave Who7.4 A.? 4;lCr.M 945r.M
Arrive tt? I
ZaoeaflUe 11:80 M I H fc08 AH
Newark ...... 1:00f.m 10.00 " IttS M
; CVIuuiliua 1.00' 8.00 ?
I randtuky IU M ... ... 010 H
Uijtoo 710" iJ3r.il
Clncinn U 8:10 M lOsWAJI
1 ' oultvll 1'2:U*I 7:48 r.M
(udUUiiollf ....... 11.23 l-JJ ............ 12:10 u
I HU LouU 8 OA.M 0:0* "
Qil?jo, ? lOt) " M0 "
imly eawpt Suuilay.
hoi. 8 n.d lOnihke el??> cuot tction at Columbia
for hII point* South ml South west; at Chicago lur
all points We t and Norlhweat.
i aai-biuntl iralnarniku cnnrctlonaal Baltimore
(or I'Llud ipbia, Na* York and BoaUn. At Washitij-.Uiouty
ur ail inivta tioutb.
\Vrtl-b..und tmlut make direct ronnectUma lor
all prtiiclp.il foliiti ft'eat aud Northwest.
l ullman Palace ura on all night trains.
WIIEEIIKO, PITTS. Tib BALTIMOWK DIY.
Lu ve? dally? *Arri?et daily at
Wlaelu* 8'i0 a. tu Wa?hlDgt,u,Pa.ll:?8a.m
b'.ii p. in 7:10 pjo
'Except t'unday. 'Except tiaudty.
Tickets to ill rrtoclpel |oinla on sale at Depot
Ofllcv oi-eo at all hours during the day.
11101 R. FIIARP,
MaaWr of TnuumoitatUn.
R. T. PEVlLira. Oett'l Agaut. ?!?
CLEVELAND A PlTTt^URCU KAILBOAD.
COSUHSstD TJMS CARD.
,kU ..ici Mf ?uin 10.7, iiiiui win ma
litiljr (cm pt fcundj)) mi follow., Tit:
ItawT MAlU | iXMlttt
IWAY*.
Brilidre..... iUAl 11/0 A.M. 810 P.M.
Hxld^epo 8.0J " 11:10 8:20
ttutiu'i leiry... 6.iS ' ll:ll M 117 "
?omog? 6 48 11:32 ' 4 00 *
.teiil*iivdl?..... 7:C6 *' 19:09 P.* 4:13 H
Weilvrile 8i0 ? U> 8:50 M
tUfciJUtcr ftvO 2:80 ? 6:40 ?
A KMI VS.
PltUluiglu fcJ8 M 8,40 " 7:46 ?
illooiM S 86 P V. 0:10 M 13 TB A.M.
Unnitbu'i...^. 108J 14 2:40 A.M. 860 ? *?
Ntitiu.oie.... - 7:18 " 7:45 M
Wubifliton. 9:12 ? 912 M
S 00 A.M 7:U) " 7(88 "
SeW York ?... 8 X8 " 1018 H 10:85 "
dKotloo..... 4: 13 P.M 8.80 P.M 8J0 P.M.
4KUVK.
VI Uncv 10:87 A.M. 8:'9 P.M.
ba??oc? 11 88 11 5:16 "
rtudwo.........^. 12?0 P.M 6: 4 " -
JuTclnnd 1:45 " 7.80 M ...........m*.
. ARM VIC.
FLWkjMMHMM 11:41 M 2 S3 A.M.
^'rTpJ : ! *; *> *> 800 "
Alltlbrl.Villm I M**. -*
Jut) p m ; Uii 'geput al 160; aud arrives at 6teu?
neiwide al 0:16 p in.
Lravta UcuU;uvUle at 7:43 a. in.; arrirte at
Bridgeport kt 4;M a. to.
8. etui accommodation tralna leave Beltalre al
J 80 *. in. atid 12:40 p. in.; Bridtcpoit al 9:<5 a. ul
aid 1.00 p. in ; autre at Nartlu'a ferry 0.65 a. iu.
uid l:io p iu. 1Uturning leave Maitiu'a I'tnyat
1.15 a ui. ?ud 8;SO p. ni; t-ridgepoit 11*5 a. in.
n.l 8:40 p. m.; aulve al bellairw al 11*0 a. tu. aud
1.53 p iu.
*i kketa to all prladnal polola In the But and
AVit c. ii l? prtjcuitu at the Uilon Ti- ket Office,
dcLure Uoiae, uid al the ktauon al Dtldgeccrt.
F. K. MYERS
0?n?ta1 Pa-fffger and Tlcktt Ascot.
PITTffBUUTU, CINCINNATI A 8T. LOU1B
It 1L* AY-PAS-JIASPLE ROUTtL
Ihe Direct Lino to the North neat, Weal rnd
Southwest.
COSD1-N4ED TIME CARD.
Taking f fleet June 24,1877.
To It* HW and 3cmih (vU ZaneiTille).
??l fad tie
Line E*. Aratn'a
I* re Zmwrllle- f? 60p *
Arlvo l?ucaalrr 9:5) ' 4 45 " m?l,
Clrcltrllle .... 10.60" 5'5"
VS uililnmou...... 11:67 " 7:15" f7:2? a.M
Vtluilngton?.?. 12:*'.'?.* 8.-21 -
Slorr w 1 38 " 9:15 M
tlnclnrati 810" 10:t5 "
To the Wat end South (tU ColumlHU).
Fail t'uc'Ic C.u.
LI nr. Ex. Ei. Mall.
I-WTfr- r. M. A. V. P. M A. M.
flttaburgh.. *11:35 * 8:50 |3:40
A.
S'eubonvllle..... ?....? 1 09 10:07 6:15 9 20
tffltlaoD ? 2:45 il:* IA 11*1
Sewark 6.00 *1,1; 11:25 *728
"olonibui ?fll> 3.60 \l.to flOtfO
Arrive?
toodoa^^i 7:20 143 ?05 11:00
P. K.
Xeria 8.90 &4t 3:15 12:15
JajtOD... . ? 0. 0 ......... 1:15
-luciuDau.........1 .:i5 8 oni ?Ac] *10
'ouutlll# R83 1110 7:45
To thi Wut mit Sorthuttt (tU Co'utubm).
k*?l I oil. I'hc'Ic Cb'go. .
Line. Fx. Fx. Fx.
i/m? i. *. a. v. f. u r. v.
Colunihui...... <"6.8 1 10 00 110
An1v?- p. il
UrUana... ~ 804 8.46 7:40
Plqua... 0 0 8 46 9:08
ElchnumJ 10: A &1B 8 80
p. *.
IndlxnapcUi 12 35 &16 11.2ft
a. v a. *,
51. Lou*. 9:00 f:30
Losamport 4 0j ...mm 8;C 8.G0
Cliicno 7*C 7:10
'I'ally. tPallrPiupt fr'midny.
tt?.t*uliu>*n Dwwli R Kwtn and fleplng f?*8
from oicu't'iiTllli* and Cnluinbui through wiihcvt
cAouj/e tolioclomti, J.tn.??ll!e, TnriUb'iiolUrod
St. Louii, ?n1 from ColuiuW t\> CU'cagoThe
filestore eaksr or thiw !*?V1dx Hom*t 4m
th? II'tit, should <?JI on or wlili?-N> (be tiod?il#nfd
'or lliioush limp Utiles ??P"? Und tlrcukrn and further
HifoiiUNiicti IV. L. O'DHIKN,
Ucu'l pa>re:g<r ami Ticket /gist, h'o. 219 lliab
atrert, Coluuibui, Olilo. myl7
1UMF. TABJE WnEELINn i ELM GIIOVK
. R. W. (JO., lu eflicl cn tnd alter Friday, Mar
25, 1877:
Loire Wheeling? I J.?re StammV0:25
a. u. 1:50 a.k.
7 16 " 7:40 ?
8.0ft ? 980 ?
80S " 9:tt ?
9:43 M 1O.10
JUBi " i 1100 "
11.25 I 11:40 M
U'fir. 12:40 P.M.
1:C5 " 1*0
1 M ' 1.20 n
1:43 ' 8:10 "
IN " 4.-00 ?
4:23 " 4:'0 "
6:18 M 6.40 H
6:'3 " 6:30 '
?:51 " 7 SO "
7: 6 ' &10 ?
fcM M 8,00 M m
0.15 ? ~
fclO M
Norilz Elmer & Co., Philadetphhu
Imported Dutch
Bitters. g
I Boonekamp g
? ?' "d ^
n Maag; - Bitter y
wil air Vital lie Prlsq Medf 1 at the Oto A
H Uni.lal Exhibition In Philadelphia, o V
Wcoouuttf In nloabta mtdlal proptflle* U
combine I ?ltb delightful lute. ItUiw U
*iio*!?d;ril to I* the belt Djipepda Ell- Lj
Rtcra tverknoirn. JJ
ItftperaluM* prrerritlTe ?RalnU a' Jj
dltfa-??oil<lDatluK fiom linpurlura of lb- H
M blood, tlraiii end n renjth-ni the ?tou*ii I m
?"<? wcviia|tooa M ?
H IticnsoTM onlfentM and bN!ouaac* iJ
ffi 0
0 ? r. ralta wrjuictwd bf (hi u" U4
1 ?i? c,n ' n,OT?" *?/ hun<! re i <0
Hi i'i Tlierolt ro oihtr RtiUr ft\
m In eilitccce rLlch cum disorder. cf ?L
tl Algw*n<or?1M-J',.,,l*P?'?.) <l*nmo 4
> col'c. wit.ni fEdltmwt -J
P K2& dT0,.'?wUi1 ?te,U. .ad Q
h i!?mi "? - r
JWSBjU^?"*? * ' (S
TAU TfON.?Soa?i?DBJn? unlraa tnar
-vH on ,li*drcuUrbrM.KHKKbV
Q','?tiumrou.h:
OHR. 8IEUKE, Agent,
ttp7 WDBLWO, 1r. YA.J

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