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^ IISCLE BES1UQM REVIVAL IIYJIBf. Oh! irbar tliill we go ?'tn ') grrnl day runiw, Wld jf mo win uv ile trumpet and the bangln' ut da drain*? Row many po' alnnert'll U cotch?l out late, Ad' fine no latch to dv K^I'lln No um frr trr wilt Nwrll to-tnorrer! !>? ma mum't aeton yo' turret, Ula'B i ta bantoo In far? Oh, Lord! fetch ile iiio'iien up higher'" W>n d?- naihutii ut de rarf la a (tannin' all aroun', Wboat a gwJoe'ter 1* chOMB fer tar wear do glory frown? Wbo'a a ?wln? fer ter alan' utttl kneed an' bol'. An* aniwer to dere name at dp c?Ulo' ur de roll? You better couie now ef you coinln'? Olc Nitan li low an* i Iwiuinlii'? De wheels ur dlftrucdiln l?a hummln'? Ob, come along, (Inner, of you couilu. Dewing uvaalvatlon l?n mighty eweet anog ah' (Ii Farad I a? win* Mow fur an' l?low atreof; An' Alwrhatn'a buexuru I- iaf' mi' It'i wide: An' dat'i de (dare whir do ilnner outlier IiMo' No uie ter tw atopptn* an' a lojklu', . Kt you fiol w.d Sauo you'll git took In, You'll bang on di wi<.?an' git ihuok in, Kf yuu keep on a atcpplu' an' a looklu'. De tinio la right now. an' <lli here's do pl?r?? I*t thiallfiihun aim ahlne aqiur*' In yu' lire, Fight do buttles uv de Ixffd, tight 10011 an' tight late. Ao' you'll allrrs linn a latch on' de golden gate. No use far ter to wa!tt*ell to-inorrerl>e aun muitn't let on y?' airrm; Hill's ex (harp tr a Umooo brier? Ax do Lord irr ter'faith you up higher. I All mti Cjimtllutl iu. T11K llKITI.lt M\l?. "I limr the** nt?*k of the letter I in?l: Thou Call'et Itn children u lmp|iy baud; Mother, oh, wheru 1* th*t mdluiit all it- " Hhall tenot iwk It, and wm?j? no more" It It where tho flower of the orange blo*a( And the fireflies d?nce ttiruu^U the myrtle boiigbi?" "Not them, not there, my child Mi It *li> ro the feithery lului-tree* rl??, And ili" dato grown rl|?c under Minuy i-kl.'t; OrinM i ill" green UlamUnl glllt-'rlng ?ea\ Where flagrant f?ire*U perfume the bresza, Aud atrmwo btlght Mm* on their *tirry wing* Hj?r the rich hut* of all nlorloua thlnjf "" "Not there, not there, 1117 child!" 1 I* It far away, lu sotusreilan old, Where th? riven wantcr o'er sands of gold? Wlio.e tbn burning rays nlthu ruby chine, And tliedhmond llgtm up lh? s-cret mine, And tlio |>earl glenui fjrth from the coral mrir.d I* It tliore, nwe"t m itliur. tlut hotter land'.'" "Notih*ru, no", there, my child"' ' Eye hath nut aoen It, iny gentle boy, Ear laatli not heard it* deep . rings of Joy; Dream* cannot idcture a world ki f.nr, Borrow iiii*I death may no'.enter there; Time doe* not breathe on it* fadelei" blooiu. For loyond tho cloud* mid Iwyond the tomb. It I* thcre.it 1.1 there, my child:" ?Jtri. Jfnwir 11, A BRAVE GIRL In tho winter ot 1812, n gentleman and liia daughter, a young lady, while traveling through Cannaila, arrived about night-fall at an old f.nhio??d tavern. The gentleman concluded to stop there instead of going to the village of S , which waaten miles distant. The daughter Carrie ex Dressed her willinifneaH. aa the tavern presented a comfortable appearance, and they alighted, when it was plainly to be seen that the gentleman was quite lame, bo luucli that he was obliged to use a cone. The landlord cainc out, and railing a boy to take the hone and sleigh to the barn, he inhered Mr. Spencer and his daughter into a pkaaant sitting-room, where a bright lite was burning on the hearth, which proved very acceptable to our travelers, who had been in the uleigli ainco morning. "Your room will le ready by supper time, sir," naid the landlord, an ho left the room and went into the bar-roomSupper waa shortly announced, and after refreshing themselves, Mr. Spencer and Carrie returned to the cozy Hittingroom, where they talked and chatted until 8:30. They were then shown to their room, which wan on the second story, in a wing somewhat distant froiu the main portion. The room wan very long with a high ceiling. On one side was ;i window, and the other a door. Just above the door wan a bust of King Cieorge 11!. The room was plainly furnished, containing two beds, a withstand and a few chairs. v>i>iiic iuun in iiiu wiue room hi :i glance, ami it must be confessed, had there not l?een acheerinl fireburuing,fllie would have felt nervous about sleeping there. As it was, the warm glow lit up the room into comparative cheerfulness. While she and her father sat bv the lire her eyes wandered to the buat above the door, when she noticed that the eveballs had evidently been knocked out, leaving two empty spacer. "Well, Carrie," said Mr. .Spencer, presently. "I think you Irt.l better lock the door, 1 am going to count my money." After Carrie had done so,"he drew out a money belt, heavy with bills, and proceeded to count them, While doing bo, Carrie's eyes involuntarily wandered again to the bust, when, to her horror and astonishment, in place of the empty spaces, Bhe saw two glittering eyes, greedily watching every movement ol her father. The young girl could scarcely repress a Acre am; but, controlling herself, looked toward the tire, while her lather went on counting a large roll of bills. "I must have been mistaken," thought the poor girl. "What should make rii? have such a strange fancy, though 7" she continued, glancing at the bust. The eyes were dill there?two burning, savage eyes, that brightened as .Mr. Spencer went on counting. "Good heavens I" thought Carrie "what Khali we do ! We ate evidently in a den of thieves, and will he murdered for my poor father's money." How to communicate the danger to her father without those terrible eyes noticing it, Carrie conld not think. Suddenly a bright idea came to her. "Father," she said aloud, "let me lake a card and pencil. 1 wish to make a memorandum of some items I want to purchase in the village." Her father handed them to her, after stowing away his belt. Carrie, wrote trembling, in a fine hand : "Father, do not l?e frightened; we are in a trap. Go in the opposite corner of the room, where your face will be in the dark, and look at the hunt above the door. In it you will see two glittering eyes that have watched you count your money." "ttpfwl it." i>h*a?i.t ?i.~ card to her father. ''I want to hco if yon think 1 am too extravagant." Her father betrayed no emotion while he read, hut paid : "You are pretty extravagant, Carrie; I HUppoflft von think jour father in made of money. And he roue and went to the wuh aland, which waa in a dark corner. Once there he glanced back toward the bunt, and that glance confirmed hi* daughter'* extraordinary utatemont. When he came back to bin Heat Carrie saw that the eye* were gone. Then leaning toward her father, nlie Haul in n low tone. ' Yon nee it in sir I naid. 1 baWtJionght of a plan, however, by which wecarTb^h escape. You would be perfectly helplca* in an airray of anr kind on account of* your lame leg, so 1 iouhI try to Have u* Loth." Then followed n whimpered consiilta~ tion during which Carrie kept her eye tixed on the bum; but the glittering orbit hnd not com*-, hick. Ah ftlie concluded, Carrie went to tho window, threw it up and looked out. Jlecknning to her fattier, who came, nho naid, or rather whinpcred: " You nee tbil shed, father'.' Well tlioy will probably come up on it and get Ill IIIVUII^II ure w i iiijfi tr J UO noi lIlinK tUftjr will maketliB atUok before 12, n?? I will get out of tlii.i window, jump from tbeehed, no to (lift barn nn<l take our horse and ro toH ? for help." Flinging a wrapover her flight figure aha embraced h??r father tenderly, end bidding him not to worry over her. alio jain|?ed lightly out on tucehcd and iliaappeared. Mr.Spencer wnlched her for n little while, then closing the window, took out a witch raw that it wen 8 o'clock and proceeded to work. He firct covered tip the lire, blew out tlm light mid rolled up a blanket, with which lie made a dummy. Thin he placeed in (he bed which In* duughter wun to occupy. Then b? ?at down and waited?oil, how anxiouily? Ten, fifteen, twenty minutei went by, ant) no round came from the vicinity of tliebarn. Tskinit off bin booh he crept nolaeleiudy to the window and peered out, but could nee nothing. Then creeping to the waah stand he laid liin money belt in the drawer nnd clotted it. lie then threw himself on the l>ed and once more wait* ed. After an hour had apparently gone by, Mr. Spencer threw oil' bin coat and vest, tumbled up the bed nnd hobbled to the I door, unlocked it, and Htepped out into the hall. This wan all in accordance with Carrie'* plan. " Landlord I landlord!" he shouted. lie then went back into the room and noiselessly threw up the window, all the time shouting for the landlord. That worthy came Hying up the atairs, and late as it was he wan mill dressed. " Oh, landlrrd," gaaped Mr. Spenaer, mailing toward him, " 1 have been robbed; my money is all gone." " Gone!" echoed the landlord, in diaraav. " Who would have atolen it?" groaned Mr. Spencer. "I hail $5,000 in a belt, and it is gone, Htolen." The landlord lit a candle and looked around, chagrin depicted on every feature. " Why don't you wake your daughter, sir?" he questioned. Mr. Spencer hurried to the bed. " Carrie, Carrie!" he cried, but no anawcr came; and the landlord drawing nearer wilh the light, aaw the dummy and cried: " Why, man, the girl isn't there!" 11 What!" jroaped Mr. Spencer. Oh, I nee it all. The wicked girl lias robbed me while I slept, and run off to meet her lover, from whom 1 was taking her." Ife ran to the window, followed by the landlord. " Yes, yen, hero are foot prints in the snow on the alied!" cried tin* landlord, while Mr.Spcncer groaned aloud. "How long do you think she ban lieen gone, air?*' asked the landlord. " For an hour an?l more, tbo deceitful jide!" replied Mr. Spencer. "Then there'll no use to look for her, sir," wait! the landlord. "Oh, but I must!" cried Mr. 8pencer, an he began to descend the stairway, followed by the landlord, who had believed every word Mr. Spencer said. They proceeded to the barn, followed by the landlord'-* confederates. They found the horse gono, and her mode of flight wan easily explained. " You may a* well give her up, sir," Haid the landlord, consolingly. "I suppose I may" groaned Mr. Spencer! and they returned to the house. As they left the barn he heard the landlord "whinner to one of his confederate*, "The jobs up, Jim; we'd better let the old man alone." "Once more entering the room, Mr. Spencer threw himself upon the bed and awaited the return of his brave daughter. "God bless her and bring her back in safety," he murmured. Meanwhile all grew still and the hours rolled by. The lire had been raked up and crackled on merrily. The eyes were not looking from the bust; they had evidently disappeared for the night. At last, after what seemed an age to the anxious father, he heard a loud knock on the front entrance, and five minutes afterwards he heard the landlord stumble to the door. Then followed a a confused jumble of curses and struggles, then a rush of many feet-up the long hall and stairway. The next minute the door wa< thrown open and his daughter rushed in, followed by the officers who dragged in the landlord and his confederates. * Oh, father!'' she cried, "you are safe, safe!" and throwing her arms around his ik'ck, uic urare gin ourm tnio nappy tCttM. The nheriiTand his posase of men held the landlord and hid confederated in a vice-like grasp while Carrie related the adventured of her perilous ride. After I had left the ham I led Tommy to a fence all unsaddled, nprung on hiui, wound my arms tightly around hid neck, and whispered'(to Tommy ! ami away he went like the wind. Up and ilown over the frozen road he weut! My arm* felt like ice. I thought I should certainly freeze, and after what aeemed tome an age of cold and piin and misery, we dashed into the main dtreet of S . Ad we came up in front of the tavern the stage drove up, and the imitated sprang out and rnched to my assistance. I mint have hcen almost inheritable, for 1 had to be carried in by the landlord. I wad given warm drinkd until 1 fully recovered, and was able to relate uty story. I told them my suspicions and my feard, and tliid gen tlemen,?here Carrie paused, and turning to a tine looking gentleman near her, said,'Mr. James. by hid ready belief in what 1 told, and hi* energy and spirit in arottding the sherill'aud hid men,had been the main cans# in bringing assistance.'" Mr. Si>encer grasped the young man'a hand, and thanked him. "Your plan succeeded admirable,Car* rie," he said; and advancing to the wanh stand, he took out the money belt paying, "mv money null right an you nee." The landlord quivered with ra;je an he saw how completely he had been defeated. Ah the men began to search the room, the landlord protested bin innocence, declaring that they had no right (o hold him or his men prisoners, or Hear ch bin house. Breaking open the door above which wa<i the bust, tho men rushed in. The room was empty, nave for a ladder which reached a nheli above the door. A hole above the shelf disclosed the bust to l>e broken in half, ho that a man could easily climb up the Udder, Jget on the shelf, thrust Inn head in the bust, which was large enough for an ordinary man's head, and fee all that was going on in the ailjoining room. This looked auspicious, but absolute proof was yet wanting. On their returning to the room occupied by Mr. Si>encer, they again searched every nook and corner, .Suddenly Carrie, and Mr, James,who had been standing near the tire place, gave a loud cry, for 0*1 close examination they had found spots of blood on the brick that formed the hearth. They began to pull up the bricks, which proved loose, when Carrie, feeling faint, gave way to the therifl' and his men who had them pulled up, when a cavity was disclosed, containing the murdered gentleman whom Mr. James anil the nheritV remembered to have Htopped at 8?, three days before. The evidence was conclusive. The landlord and his confederates wore guarded through the night, nnd the next day were lodged in j til, where in due time they were sentenced and suffered the extreme penalty of the law. The* rnnhiiiullfl Itullroitri. | Plttiburgh Ocx?tte. The largo sales of Steubenvillennd Iniii?nH (5s continuo, $100,000 having sold onj^mlay iu Philadelphia at 87J Tb&mi^trS^jjctions having attracted public att^ntjofi?^ recapitulation of tho howled IttkCjttMburgli, Cincinnati *S: St. LouiH !?o timely. Tl?c bond* on the litiK^w^i^Wrt city to Cincinnati ore: Fir*t, iK^u^rT^i^e on the line from Hteuhenville w ^vtarKincltiding the Cadis branch, $o,0<)U;(?0(MKn?'r cent bondrt iluo January 1, 1881, the tere?t thereon being paid in monthly Hurie*; necond, a mortgage on the line from Newark to Cotnmuun, $775,000 of 7 percent bondndueJanuary 1,1800, which portion ii? jointly owned by the (Central Ohio Uailroful Company; and. third, a consolidated mortgage oil the whole lino from l'itt*burgh to Columhint,-<if $10 000,000 7 j?er rent bondrt, due August .1, 11)00, of which there have been untied 000, and a reserve held of $!l,735,000 to meet prior mortgage*. There hn* rIho bfcen created a necond rnortgngn of $5,000,000 ot 7 percent bondrt, due April 1, 101JI, none of which aro in the hand* of the public. It i* ntated that the net earning* of thin important lino of rail* way for thin year are expected to bu $200,000 in ox conn of the interest upon itrt bondrt, and tliat the interent in a prior lien to any obligation* nricing from the luane of the hittlo Miami or any other of the leaned road*. I / TflE PAPACY. Wlmlii.Vw Pope .Mltctit Arcoiu|?IIn1i il Ho Hliould lie In llurmoiiy with till* Nplrlt o| Hie Am*. New York (Jriphlc. Ttic death of Pius the Ninth in one of the mod important event* which is likely to occur In Europe it thin lime. The i'ot>e ha* been no often reported dying ana lino no invariably dinappointed' the hopea of hiH enemies and the fear* of bin friend*, that any rumor of hid expected death in bound to lie received with Incred^ ulity. Hut the cable telegrams from Koine tlii* morning are more than ordinarily alarming, Ilia JIolineM ajijtearn to have been conacioua only at intervals 1 during the la*t two week*. An old man of eighty-live cannot be expected to long held out under auch an attack; more especially aa he initial* when conncious on receiving visitor*. It aeeuw to be understood that the Pope, by Home appointment in _writing, ha* dispensed with the formalities heretofore neceaaary in calling together the conclave for the election of liifl successor. It in not unlikely that only those cardinals who are now in Koine will be sum* tnoncd in time to attend the coming conclave. 1 ndeed, the world may receive the lirat authentic newB of the death of the present Pope at the name time with the announcement of the name of his aucceasor in the chair of St, Peter. To attempt to discuss the international complication)} which may grow out of the election of a new Pojte, woiuJ be idle. All depends upon the attitude t f Germany. From a purely national point of view, Italy has more'interest in the new Pope than any other nation, but ita laws governing the meeting of the conclave guarantee perfect liberty of action on the part of the cardinals, If the new Pope should he a Hildebrand ?a man abreast of bin age?there in no predicting what changea might arise. liy the loss ol it* temporal dominion in Italy and bv the repressive legislation in nearly all the States of Europe, the Catholic Church is now a purely spiritual power. To be an re, many of ita leaders pine for the sword and the sceptre. They are not sutisiied with unlimited dominion over the hearts and minds of the men and women who accept their dogma*?they want the civil power in their own hands or in subordination to the spiritual power, to punish the refractory ami the heretic This power will be denied and ought to be denied to any priesthood. Liberty of conscience can only be maintained by a complete separation between the teacher and the magistrate, and in the face of the present attitude of European governments and people, there it* small proba- 1 bility that any steps can be taken towards , the restoration of the temporal power or of nnv of its incident*. If the new Pope could throw off theshackles of his order and fearlessly accent the situation?declare boldlv that i the Church has always been a spiritual body, that the possession of temporal power grew out of temporary necessities, that theao necessities have now passed away anil that the Kouian Church proposes for the future to steer clear of all alliances with the State in any formthere is no party in the Church with force enough to defeat the carrying out ot the programme, and the governments of Europe, Catholic as well as Protestant, would vie with each otlu-r in lending effective aid in smoothing the difficulties in the way of its realisation. Uuless all the signs of the times fail, such a policy will have to be accepted souie day?the policy of resistance must sooner or later break down. The new bead of the Church ought to signalize his election to the chair of St. Peter by easting to the winds all pretensions to the crown of Constantine. The Church has for the last few centuries taken the side of royalty and aristocracy against that of the people.* This course was dictated doubtless by self-interest; it was, in temporal affairs at least, royal and aristocratic. The popular cause is the just one, and is destined to be completely successful. If the Head of theChurch, speaking ts cathedra?that is, infallibly?should abandon the-temporal pretensions of the Papacy, the Church j could paaa over lo the bide of the ftcoplf in vrhofle advocacy it made the firat itnpreaaion upon the people of Europe. A State Church id hound to be aristocratic, hut u free Church in of neceauity popular. If the Roman Church had a ureal as well an an infallible head, it would l>e placed on the popular Hide immediately. An the liberty of the people is hound to be attained,ho ia freedom of dtacuaaion and inquiry. This ia an plain an a pikeHtatV. A l'ope abreast ot his age would lind a way of reconciling old authority and new science. The Head of the Oatholic Church iann infallible expounder of ita dogmas. By mean* of a re definition of old formulas n modern Pope might put liia Church en rapport with the age. Many of the rcKultrt of scientific research have ceaced to be hypothec; they are truths, and an uuch, accepted by Catholica, Protectants and Freethinkers. The Church might easily avoid contested matters and accept only what in undisputed. By ao doing it would show that it had not "lost itH assimilative power. In aconteat with truth and enlightenment, a church that cling* to error and ignorance ia bound to be beaten in the long run. A modern Pope of the nineteenth century might do great tilings for the Church and the world, but, unfortunately, we have hardly any reason to expect that the conclave will riae above ila own level. Probably the new Pope will be a man of the fourteenth century and will endeavor to make the children of the Church conform to its way? and uaagea, and may even go ao far a* to exert himself to convert the world in tin :? i.t.~ ?i ?-* w ...? ....... umi in 111ui auu nnme uih Btrengtli in bo doing. ( oiic^riiiuu .11 rs. Alive OiiIcn. New York, December 0.?There in a promise of ncandal in theatrical circlet* in connequenceof n suit in which Mrs. Kliz* abeth Laurent neekn an absolute divorce from her hiiHband, Henry Laurent. The parties are well known among nctorn,the defenilent being at present a member of the Oaten Comic Optra Trou|k?. Mr. and Mrs. Laurent were married in London in 1874. Mm. Laurent, in her complaint, naya her huaband has committed adulter; with Mm. Alico Oaten at tho Union .Square Hotel in thin city, at Richmond, New Orleuii", St. Louin, Chicago, and elnowhero. lioth are now traveling with the trou[>c, which hart recently been performing at Wheeling, \W Va., and Col* umbun, 0. The cane waa brought to tho attention of Chief Jualice Davit*, who granted an order for tho publication of the nuonuonn in the cane. Mr*. Oaten and Mr. l/iurent have an yet had no opportunity of nnnwering tho charges Br.ltamc Locaia?'To-morrow will be observed by tho congregation of the U. I*. Church of thin city an a xeaaon of communion. Tho nacramnnt of tho I ant nupper will be adminintereil by tho pantor wninted by Kev.W.J. Heed, of Pitlnnurgh, who will alno preach at half pant one o'clock thin afternoon. The rending room of the Young Men'a Tern iterance. League han been oloned for .? ? biuivui Hiiiiin w pay hh OXjil'llHl'rt, It ihad outlived it* U*efulne?*, at any rnto. TW wnjr it wn< run for mine inontha pud conrnfcjjned it. The T^rrow gauge engine works aduiirahly. There in tnnte&f n Inolurn by Hob fngernoli in llellalre aY,fcM early ilny. ? Binhop Jn?i<ar, (fKUiirt iliocp-io of the Enirtcopal Church, lodk^ij nt Cincinnati, will preach in Trinity Clinf^ next Wednesday evening, and nfierwnifls confirm. This next fenlival will Iks l?y th^ndicM ol the Kpincopal Church. An enjoyable party wiir jriven at MrvliL T. Klliott'fl, on (Jravel 11 ill, Tlnirntlity * evening. AkijiihiI of Company l>, under command of Lieut. 1/ittle, will engine in tnrget practice to dny, up the creek, with a view to selecting tho tenm which will enter the content with n like number of the Matlii'WH Light <ln?r<k i Elder J. W. Tato, of Bcthaujr College, W, Yin will preach in Ihc Disciples Church to-morrow morning and evening. Her. Uaston will continue hie lecture on his foreign travel* at the Presbyterian Church next Tuewlaj evening week. Col. C. N. H. Baron in confined to liia room by a alight illness. Mils Ford waa hurled in the City Cemetery yenterday. Consumption w'aa her disewe. A Wrctchfd KxlNtonoe* Ot her conditions being equal, there ia no reaaon why a healthy man or woman nhould not enjoy life, and it may well In* doubted whether adverse fortune (ion the power entirely to deatroy the happiness of one who sleeps Roundly and whose digestion in good. Hut for the nervous, feeble, dyspeptic invalid there ia no comfort in life, llis existeuce ia indeed a wretched one. But he should not despair of relief. That benignant restorative, Hoitetter'a Stomac h Bitters, has imparted healthful vigor to many a self-supposed incurable. It is an uuequailed builder up of broken down physique*, and ia beaides a sovereign remedy'for dyspepsia, nervousnesa, Irregular habit of body, biliousness and kidney and bladder difficulties. It eliminates from the blood the acrid element which gives rise to rheumatic ailment*, cheers and relieves the aged and inflrm, aud may be used with great advautoge by laJiea in feeble health. its perfect purity also commends it to the use of invalid)). eod.*w an open Tetter to th is public. Niw Yowc, October 1st. 1877. 1 hire devoted twenty years of patient study to tho Liver mid ita relatione to the human body. In search of a rrrntdy which would restore It, when diseased, to iti normal condition. The result of tlut libor has been tho production of TUTT'S LIVER PILLS. Their popularity has l*oome ao extended and the demand ?o great as to lnducn unscrupulous pmlea to emiutrrleit them, thereby JtonntNu mk of the reward,ami the sflllctod of their virtues. TO CAUTION THE PUBLIC, ami protect them from rile Impositions, I havo adopted a rew label, which bears my trade-mark ami ootlm of Its entry In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, also my signature, thus: j-" // ?^ To coo.TntirxiT mis is vooraY.*V? Before purchasing, examine the label closely. THE GENUINE TUTT'S PILLS oxerts peculiar Influence on the system. Their action Is prompt, and their good cflfcets ore felt In a few hours. A quarter of a century of atudy of the Liter has demonstrate! that It exerts a greater In fluenee over the system thun any other organ of the body, and when (fire sed tho entire organism Is deranged. It Is specially for the htallug of this vital orijan that 1 l.avo spent so many jcats of toll, and having found the remedy, which has proved the Krmtist boon ever furnished the afflicted, shall they l?> deprived of Its lieucdts, and a vile imitation imposed upjn thrm? I.r.r n ii k iiotvnr rKon.K o* Amebic* srrto it that Til ICY AK* KOT 1'KKHAUHKO. 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SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. rPHE countcnance is pale and L leaden-colored, with occasional ihishcs, or a circumscribed spot on o::c or both checks; the eyes bccome dull; thepupilsdilatcjanazuresemicircle runs along the lower eye-lid; ther.ose is irritated, swells,and sometimes bleeds; a swelling of the tipper iip; occasional headache, with humming or throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morning; appetite vurjahb, sometimes voracious, with a gnawing sensation of the stomach, at others, entirely gouc; fleeting pains in the stomach; occasional nausea and vomiting; violent pains throughout the abdomen; bowels irregular, at times costive: stools slimv: nof infrequently tinged with blood; belly swollen and bard; urine turbid ; respiration occasionally difficult, ami accompanied by hiccough; cough sometimesdryand convulsive; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teeth; temper variable, but generally irritable, &c. Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist, DR. C. M?LANE'S VERMIFUGE Will certainly effect a cure. j i' does not contain mercury in any form; it is an innocent preparation, not capable ojdoing the slighttit injury to the most tender infant. The genuine Dr. MPLane's Vermifuge bears the signatures of C. MCLane and Fleming Bros, on the wiappir. DR. C. M?LANE'S LIVER PILLS. Theso Pills are not recommended as a remedy for "all tho ills that Uesh is heir to," but in affections of tho Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Headaclie, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can bo used preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. As a simplo purgativo they aro unequal ed. BEWARE OP I3IITATIOX8. The genuiuo are never sugar coated. Each box hn3 a red wax seal on Iho lid, with the impression Diu M? Lane's Liver Pills. Each wrapper bears the signatures of U. M?LANEaud Fleming Bros. Sold by all rcspectablo druggists Vid country ftorekcepors generally. WEST VA. UNIVERSITY, is77. nouu,iK'rou.\. ihts. TIiIi Tnntltutlon ol learning, iimlrr tho Pri-aldmpj" ol J. It. Tliuiu|>.)on, A. >1 ,1* fiitfrliiK ii|K>? n now cm of |iro?j?rtltj. liurliiy the Hprlnit 'lurm Jii-1 t-liimsl, tlio atU'ioUnrc of aturicnta wan Inrrnu* i?l ?w (W |ht rent. It has * larpo Hiui K'liulurly Faculty; a beautiful, limlthful nnil in.mil location, uiiijilo hcli-iilltlc Mini I'IiIIhwiIiIiIi'xI Apimratti*; ii Library oniLmtly growing; n curriculum of tho mo?t tlioruiiKli clittrit'lpr; a a luulunt of irlinlarniilp kurimfoMl by no American Imtluitlon ol Inatnlng. IlIK F.XI'KNNKH AHH I .KM tllRII Ht MIIJT other |iIh(V known to Hir.int i*|tiul ailvntittiu?v. '1 lio Fill) lenn ln*qln? Hrpteiutwr ftili; lb* Winter tirm January IM, itul Spring term March V7lb For full Infortunium, c?t?loxiun, Ar.t mlilnin the I'lcalili-nt. aw. C. HI UU<! 188, Smcuryof lb-gen ta. Afmsr 1H, 1877. anTMVAS !k SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP./ K2& *H??i".?, l'? . p?r*ml>*r II. I?:1 U>vn. M. tt f teM&Xilhri 4 tV Yn?r iv>u(h H?fU|. Ii i1nln| V rjfl "* 4?*?a cnr?,| m?nf? I1.1J . ou*li.>f ?ii? irk i Bw ^S'Umllnc?J tuna II. Crt'llm. l'lii>?iiMN.M?reh il,|Nia M'tiri R K ,1'lhri JM J fV: t?? Imlllft <lf Ji?ur lni|>?rl?l I'milti Htmi'dMSM I in- ..r * .iKiiraiiur c?t l. which mi.M nu iui \2fl ll??'. I'Mw, Vft I rnU. 'B ^JUVMeciUwrow / ilJKiXCIIANOK HAMMNw xv N?. 27 M.KVKNtli Kthkkt. I'llANKniltT ANI) VIENNA maiimauu Cnntlatillr on IimNL Rn I fmli, Mn? rf?vlwl (Ully by rlWr*. Votioin K.-t r HT?' ft.!? 58 T'rC"1,1^ or on" ki?u ?r In*. MIIim ()!?! K*cb?iW fiinwpniy.iUnmiU. All wlio know (MCAll HUSHaTT, know that Lti Hi unfitly whil bMdwUtfs^nSlIwi* DRUCCIST8. CHEST PROTECTORS, Iin proud Btylw. CHAMOIS hKlNH?All 8l??, HMOS BBUHUWJ-For TrateJm. For Mlo by LOOAN, LOT A 00. COSMOLINE, The grrat boallug ippllcallon, (or Cbat*, Cut*, Urulaea,Ualla, Ac., In Man aud ftoit Tbti Medicinal and Veterinary Coauiullue (or aaleby MHUN, LWr A IX).. Dtuggliu, WhwIlDg, W. Va. FINGKR COTS, 6ICK 8POONH, MB1HIINK OLANJKS. TOllET 8HIN0KH, FKA 111 Kit UUSlKIH, CUNDKV8KU MIi.K, HAKKits' CHOCOLATE, HAKKItS' UltOMA, HDTC'1 OAT&lbAL. * KENTUCKY MUhTABD, bCBUB UHUoHBJ. For uld lif _iw24-<Uw LOOAN, HIT * CO. r; > H -3 ik 2 > . co r: e s s ? Ld DC = s ? ? > i : f 2 >- j o |!:! I till g Is: I! O ? U ?-5 ' ? ? - o I : 2 a ^ ! co ?J a s < b I : * l ^ w 8 ?? I ? LdJ i3's < CC ! " PLUMBING, OAS FITTINNQ, &C. Thompson & Hibberd, ilHM Market HI. PLUMBERS, (I A3 & STEAM FITTEE8, Brass Founders. /Volrri <n Jton, LfaJ, Knctr ami Flue Pipti, Gum Jlote, SUam WhltlUt, Sham Qavgu, and alt 4in.fi if riumbtrt Good*. Tito Iletort Guh Stovo. We Lire fur Mle the only reliable (In* Stove In exUlenrt, for Bath Poouib, Chambers. Ball, I'nrlor?. Mnlng Honum, Otficoa, Ac. Nonnell or smoke, fcwjr Move Riuruitetil. Semi for lircukr, or cull wiit examine them. THOJiraON A lUBBERI), 0e3 1314 M?rk?t StrpeU r|UUCWJliK a 11UIUNIJHUU&, Plumbars, Gas and Steam Fitters, I)?lert in Lead, Iron, GaWanltod, titoani, WalM and Praia PI|kjs. Keep constantly on band a birx* wwrtmcnt Bra* Good.-, fltaiiu and Watw (lua^ea, Pump >t>J Gpj Fixtures. SO LB AOSKTH VOX WSVT VIBOINIA VOX COLNAN'S CELEBRATED 8A8 MACHINE. seim run cizodlar. 1113 MARKET STRfcEI. WHEELIN0, WEST VA. Prompt attention gUen to ordera from adtitauce I To Iron Mills and Engine Builders. W* have added to our I'LDMBINO and GAS FITTING esubltahineut, a now and complete BRASS FOUNDRY, wd art now prepared to raaka all klnda of Ml and Knglne Briu* Casting! at ihott nutic? and ol the very Uait quality, TlililBLK & nOIlNBBOOK, Bp? No. 1MB Market ?ti*eL HATS & CAPS. CO oi U 0 -I * P3 > (B n I- Ej ? CO <j g -1 ffl s _l " < -4, it ?J ODORLESS | In tin' mini powerful anil lasting1 Dimwfkotant known. 11 may l*! _ n.ili'ly iimmi titi jit any clrcumatancw. w After two minute* no ot'or fioin It or, the plm? where It wan uned. War^ ranted to Purify the nlr liutnutly in I H tliebk'b Itoom and Hospital, prevent-' ling ihotpreadof fkvkim ami rontn>' tf\ alou* din two*. Damp Cellar* made Qi llcallhy. Burn* hiiiI Nalde* purl lied;1 iput itin Water CliMtvU ami UrtimUl mmm anil it render* tlieui odo'le** nml fieej trom contagion Thickly Inhabited, fy* houiea, cniw.'eil ro?'im ami halla glf- ^ UL en a pure nml healthy atmosphere tiy! mmm allowing It to ?T?|H)r*te. htreet Carol <?hould un it ami tlma drive rontaRlon! mm from them. For Hlilp* it lithe lie*!, I known mean* for c iiiiternrt'iij; ihei odor from llllgo Water, will purify Xthenhlp and In no way Injure any I1 I material. Ifavr S loon* aliould iim' It, na all 1ml odon will ftnmndlately ill* Ouppenr. Kaliroad Campanlea iirotl It; fj in thalr waiting-room* and watcr-i % * eloM'ln. ltratAiiratitaur.il Hotel* nwnl it. l'Nt)Rirr*KRKMein preserve non-1 iK-iomt month with one iwuuil of tbel UL* liiiluliftanr. Kecolflng V ?ulla In Ceuiolerlw freed; from any po*lb!llty of contagion. ( It u ('Arn/i, 1'iihiahU amf Highly] __ rrcnnmnnlni at Iht JIHKT /l/.t/iV-| 0Q FKUTaNT bytvtry one thalhan n.nf j * Bnltl hjr all Pruggl*!*?Box 20 conn; i IlottlnUlooniN ""1 Salesroom 211 30 Waal n'i?a?. Maw ; York.""" A urn Ik wnntM In vrrry Clljr Kiitli Town In thol'nlliNl Huti*. noaO-TUAj I WIIKKMNM, w. V*. ESTABLISHED 1880.-IIM linn nml 1 U*?ntly fur niatimt mint*; n ttiuruiifth ('.omiiu'rt Ul miirm'.niul kIvoi thnrotittU Inrtruollon Iti nny or nil the omnium Knullnh hrnuclica. tfmtloni day nml rr?<nliitf ImlUIJiul timtriii'tlon. Cull nl ColUvu otllpe or mMrc?n J. M, KltAMlll'lt \ (X).. I.IS-W.PAw _ \V)i<y|liiK. W. V?. B(W>K-KKK1'IN<I.? Drraiiipxl Itook* rrcHrtwl: I'*rli)fr?lil|t Atcmiuta ?iljuitnl; Boll u( lUmkt (iiwiinl or cIumhI lijr the mibnorlU'r. lnlorwitlun tiMnliHMl lit bunliiuu icfanlnl u omtlilcntUI. (UnniM rMtotiibU. IIAIIItY (IAI.DWKI.I., ill l-Tiui No. 3IMa CUnpMuo Hi. STOVES ft HARDWARE. The Cheapest. Tlie Best, The Largest COOK STOVE Id 11m Market U (he Celebrated VALLEY STAR. BENJAMIN FISHER, STAR FOUNDRY. A great variety of other Cook Btorei always on band. ^ET-All Stoves guaranteed. Mirbftllztd Iron im 8Mt Manteli. Freestone ind Slito Hearths, &o. Call, examine and see prices before parchasing elicwhere. mr22 K.CALDWELL. Marble, Slate & Iron Mantles, Common Urates, Tile and all.kiuds of Terra Cotta goods. Galvanised Iron Work Bnd Tin Roofing, TOGETHER W1TII A COMPLETE AS 8011TMENT OF COOKING STOVES And Home Furnishing Goods. We call special attention to the Peerless Radiator Shaking Grate. The moBt complete Orate ia the market. It can be seen in operation in Mr. Frank Coeti'H fine residence on the Islnml. Cali and examine. 15<>7, 1500 * 1511 NAln NtreeL near B.A O.1L It. Depot. u\r9 ^RE YOU GOING TO WOVE? Don't You Want a NewCookStove The BEST and CHEAPEST STOVES IN THE MABKET can be found at No. 14S5 Main St. THE FAMOUS ARLINGTON AND OTHER i noruiaoa uiuvcs, | Can now be bought Cheaper than ever before. ALL 8TCVRS WARXAfi. ?V TO PI.F.ARRDon't fail to call and see our atook before purchasing. JOSEPH BELL & CO. ARLINGTON 8TOVB WORKS, No. 1425 Main St., Wurblino, W. Va. nirl'J w atc h esaTjewel ry7 pARKKK UROa' BREECH-LOADING SHOT-GUNS, ?ANt>? SMITH'S PATENT REVOLVERS. Now receiving, a Ann iMortuicnt of thewctdebrated Arum, which will bo bold at low prlctJ, at the Jewrlijr btoieot O. IF, BROWN", 1207 market bt. oclS J EWBLE R. I have just recrlvetl a choice stork <>1 WATCHES, DIAMONDS. AND RICH JEWELRY, io which i mvue your aueutiou. Uoodu have been purclmscd low Mid will he ?old I accordingly. JACOB W. QRUBB, | oclO 1154 Maik St., Wurki.inci. JJRMOVA.L. HENMEGEN, BATES & CO. Wholesale Jewelers, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER WARE 2S5 W."Baltimore St., jr26 BALTIMORE, MR MAS/TIN'S CAPITAL RESTAURANT. No. HMAUgiirr Ht., U th* only firtl-tlnu Mrstouranl <n (A* eily, It la the only Ibvtaurmnt tlwl hnn M>p?ratn rooms fur ladlra,ar where you ran And that quiet clfHiillnoM of * home. minUtum) with the Wat fltiiiiw1 thnt ?hm Ikj found In Ouxltr. lie kwi* on hand the my U*tt the inarkot alVirui In vwHatolM. huh, oyitrrn. gains, And errrytlilua In mwwiii. aii'i at<rvm H up In a manner iiucsccIImi In tho country. lie ran txi relied ujwn ulwnyn to furnlih p^i'rjthlnn flrat-claaa. nu>jlO A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage! Sfyi"VPBl'iyjft'inAOu"1wto v.v.ir^u ?n<t >1'# 1J PiWUi-otilUlrtiiitl Trmti*? on Urn Jj&z VhJviVJilutlr* (>| mirtiiKK ami IhJ .5 rifilS*' imnilor It ; tlic *crrtiof Jloproiluottnn ami n I'HIVAIE WtDICAL ADVISERl ? On ill (ii<-iir,irr??i ?Trivnl.i Nature rtiuiic Alnmo, Bioraara, or PflCrrt Ductnca, wflh the tint Uh .ih of f lirr. jfci lnrtMtnrr*. tit loo ill ? t?. A CLINldA I, T.rCTUnEon llir aNirf dlw??f? anil flin?? u( Hm' Tluti.it mi.l l.immi, CaUrrh.Huiilu ri?, Ibi* Oimrni llAbll.ftp., piler W?i?. lililnrhook ?nt pmtp?ltlnnrifflpl otpHrfsornIllhrn. , hr|i|tll\l1.) Iliil*lt?tn1, lot I'll. AthlirM Pit, llUTTfl. No.12 X. WhIH, UlLoutt. Mo. Q 8TF.INUETK, PAPER BOX MANUFACTURER, No*. r.'ll nticl 1213 M?ln HI., up alnlni (olil Union 1UII,) li now iiropnml lotiukr nil klmU o( lVuey ml ruin l'M|H<r lloxwi In mkikhI atjrlo nntl nl im low iirli'MMNiiy lioilM III thu country. Onion mini thn cinmtrjr |in?inpt!y iltomlM in. wp'W MKATH AND L\1U)-HU(UK . Cunyl CanTNRCil llimi, Hupir fur*! C*tm?ih| Hhoiildm, Hiimr CunM CiuituwxI lbvakful lUi? <>tn, l*lnlnSliuMUlrm, CliwrHlitm,Hii|(?r (?iin<?| 1 frlod ltrvf, troll from amokn houan tUlly; Knit It* rcnilm* ed ImI Ui -I. In Tinmm, Unrn-bi hiuI Half Hartulr, Krgiftml Pulls; slIatluwMl markftraiM. M. HKII.LT, Jell 1109 ana 1BII lUlnHtrwt mmmmmmtrrrrciinmimunmi miWiiMH MERCHANT TAILORS. JlUBT BSC KIVKDAT C. Hess&Son's, Cor. Main & Fourteonth Sts., A NKW STOCK OF Cloths, Cassimores, Vestlngs, and Ovorooatings, ?FOR? r 1 I I n IIIIIIMia ? .. rMLL OL WIN I tK WEAR. ALL WOOL KNIT JAtKKTH. jp^MKN AND BOYS' SUITS MADE TO OKDKU, iti Lnteat Style? and at Lowent Prices, and a perfect fit guaranteed. FULL LINK OF Gents' Furnishing Goods. WHITE SHIKTS MADETO OIIDKK. We invite the public to call ami examine our stock, feeling assured we cun otVrr i>u !>erior inducements. C. HESS & SON. ?pp!4 _ NEW GOODS! In All the Latest anil Most Desirable Styles for I P" II A 111* hail & Winter Now in Stock at the FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT -OF? Thos. Hughes & Co. bo|?12 H. LING EN, 1220 Market Streot, TIIKLK D00U3 BKLOW Mcl.UBE UOUHR MERCHANT TAILOR. 1 take pleasure iu informing my customere, and (he public iu general, that my FALL & WINTER STOCK In now in store, with the addition every week of such novelties as maybe brought out. Gentlemen will tind iu my establishment everything that is new, stylish or desirable iu material, both of Home and Foreign make, and at prices to suit the times. I will make up to measure heavy weight all wool Suits from $20 00 upwards, whioh in cut, workmanship and trimmings shall uot be exeelled. From my long experience iu the business, doing luy own cutting, selling my own goods and buying exclusively for cnnh, my expen es are at the lowest point, and can and do sell at the lowest figure. I am closing out my entire stock of FURNISHING GOODS at and below cost, to discontinue that branch of business. HI. LliTG-EIsr au21 FURNITURE, <kC. JJN0KUTAK1NU? In *11 IU lirtnchet, carefully ami |>ruui|>tly atttuidml to. AUo, a full Una of UarpoU, Oil Clotbi, Wludow Bhaihw, and I'unillurt, at WM. Z1NK A HON'S, x*! Corntr Maikrt *nd 321 an. wmvfwa i -w TRANSPORTATION. |JAI,TlM01:E4 0iu0 HAILKOAD CO Tra"1""1' No. t>. Hu, 7* ho. 1. Moil* KUT.BOuyp. tlnljf. daily. JjKP" * " A. M. r. M. A.M. Ktollm,. 4:10 10:53 6:19 7:1(1 AnliMit? p. m, , M 0r,,,OB - *06 8:18 1 0:30 ?;!o ? r. X. A. L,. K*ywr 12;Vk TM I.M Cuiul?nlnnd US i;lt) 2i(S HimM Mirtli fl utv 4 Mi 6:10 Wuhlu^toti City? 7:'.'0 7:6*? lUItluiuir * 8:30 9:00 _ a. m ... p. m Philadelphia 8.0ft 1:4ft New York 6:? 6:00 LhiUy I'lirpt Buuday. No. 7 no|< at all Ststloni between Whctdlng and Cuuterland; No. 43 itojx at all tttailoni Iwtwrtu Wheeling and Oration. Ko-i KoTii" ITVt-UOUNO. daily. No. 2.* dally. L?*vo Wbwlllig S.Ov'a.H 4:10r.M 10 80 P.H Arrive at~ ZaiinrilU' 11:60 " 8:46 " 2:06 AM Newark l:U0r.h 10.00 ? 8:16 ? Culutubua 8:00 " 6:00 tjaoduaky 6:66 " tuo ' Diytou 7:80 " 1:86 r.m Cincinnati 8:00 10:80 a.m Lutilirll'e 12:65 AM 7:46 p.* IldlinaiKillf 11:26 pm 12:40 11 HI. ixwla 8.00a.m *00 Chicago 6:00" 7:00 fully except tfuuday. Not. 8 ar??l tOuiakerloar connection al Columbia for all point# bout h aud Houthweat; at Chicago fur all jMiluin Went aud Northwcat. hait-liuund tratnaiuaks conuectlouaat Kaltlroot* tor 1'hlUdt Iphlrt, New York and lloaton, At WiahIns ton City lor all polnti South. Wilt*bound trains inakt> direct connwtloui for all principal point* Wcat and Northwest. 1'ullnmn Hlac* cara on nil night tralua. No. Id on (Saturday night baa no connection (or Chicago or tanduaky. WHKEUNO, 1'1TT?.75D KALTIMORK DIV. On and after November 6, 1877, Tralna will run dully, exc.pt tiunday, ai follow*: Leave Winding 8:40 a. m, 1:40 p. n. Arrive at Waablugton, l'a 8.80 a. in. a:40 \>. m. Elm Grovo Airuiumodatlon? Lama Wheeling &M a. m. 6:C0 p. m, Klin (irove -7:20 a. m. 6.60 p. m. Ticket* to all principal (olota on aata at Depot. Ollico o|H.'n at all hourt during the day. W. M. CLKMKNTH, A. M. of T. R. T. DEVlilKB, Oen'l Agent. m?_ Cl.LVLl.ANJ> A 1'ITTUBimUII KAlLKOAD. VONliKSSKD TJMH CAXI). ttaggBiMl On and after Way 20th. 1877, Traluii will run >l*lljr (exifjit ttuuday) wfollown, tU: Iacujm. mail. ?xrkiun. KfllHirc 6.65 a m 11:00 a.m. 3 10 p.m. ltrldgeiioit G;0.'i '* ll;io " 8:2o Martiu'n f'etry... G:13 " 11:18 " 8:27 ' LaUmngA ... 6;48 " 11:52 ' 4:00 eienU-imlle 7:W> " 12:00 p.m 4:18 WullkVllle 8:20 " 1:8.1 6:60 Kocliwler... 9tf0 " 2;80 ? 6:40 ? AXltlVK. Pittsburgh 10:85 " 3:40 ' 7:46 " Altooiui ?... 5:66 P.M. 0:40 " 12.W A.M. HarrlBburg 10:65 " 2:40 a.m. 3:60 tialtluiurc..... 7:45 7:46 " Washington ...... 9:12 " 9:12 ? fblladriiibU 3.00 A.M. 7:1)0 7:85 N?W York 6:35 " 1013 10:35 llttoitoa 4:45 P.M. 8:30 P.m. 8:30 P.m. AKK1VK. Alllaucf 10:57 a.M. 6:19 p.m Hatchim ill:58 ' 6:66 ' Hudson 112:SO P.M. G:J4 " ... Cleveland f 1:45 " 7:30 " amk1vk. Ft. Wiyue 111:45 " 2.85 a.m.i riitfjitf.. | f>:30 A.v H:?HI ' | MttUmvtUe licllalre at 4:40 |>. ui.; llrldgejiort at 4.66; aud arrive* at fct?ubcntllle at C:15 p. ui. Leave* Muuucnvillo at 7:45 a. ni.; arrive* at Bridgeport at 8:55 a. m. B^cdal accommodation trains leave Bellalra at -?v ? .... miiu j*;-?o |i. in.; unuyepori at 'J: IB a. ui. una l.tt) |i. ui; arrive at Martiu'a J-errj 9.66 a. 111. unit 1:10 p. in. lUturnin# leave Martin's Fury at 11:29 n. in. ami 8:30 p. ra.; HriJ^port 11:H5 a. to. uiul 3:40 p. tu.; arttTu Mt Brlluiru at 11:60 a. 111. nod 3:65 p lu. '1 iiketa to all principal pointa in the Erst anil Went ran he procured at the Union Titket Otflre, <Lure House, and at the nation at Dritlifciiort. K. K. MY Eft-, inrOT Ornrnl Pnwnger itnl Ticket Agent, IJllToBUlWll, CINCINNATI A HT. LOUW 1 K 41L W A Y?/MJi-JIANDLK BUUTK The JHrect line to the Northwest, Weat and Kouthweet. CONDENSED TIME CARD. Winter Schedule. To th? \\'r?t and South (via ZancaviUe). i'net 1'mific Line. Ex. Arcoiu'n Le?ve Znucaville |8:OOA.M t&fiOp.M Alive Lancaster...^.. 9:50 " 4:45 " ..... Cirrlovtlle 10:60 " 6:f6 " Leave. ili:67 " j 7:15" il ib A u WlluitiiK'tou l'i:.S.'p.u 8:21 ' Morrow 1 n8 ? y;j5 a < | a.io " I , um ' Tbthn Wf stand Ikmlfi (tU Colnmhuii). F?t iVfc On. I.lne. Kx. Kx. Mali. I4an>- r. u. a. m. p. m. a.m. I'UuLurgh *11:85 ?8:30 '3:40 17:06 A. U. SlouU-riTllle 1 09 10:07 6:15 V.20 l*ULi*)0 145 I1:S5 8:30 ll;M r. u r. k. Newark 6:00 2;17 11:25 7.1*6 A.M. Columbus *6.25 *8:60 >1:10 tl0;(M ArTiro? londoii 7:20 4:48 2:05 11:00 fen'a 8:20 6:42 8:15 ii?5 l>?jinn &M) 7:00 1:15 Uncltmall 1C66 8 00 0 80 SilO A. M. louUiTllin 12:86 II 80 7:45 71' the H'ui anil Korthwtl (Tlx Columbui). Fiut J ud. Fac'fc ChVoi Line. Ex. Ex. Lean? a. M. a. M. p. m p. if, Columbia ?6 8 110.00 * 3:60 f5:40 Anlve? p. m, Urlwjut 1:04 5:45 7:40 t>0 6 46 9:02 Klehmond ...* ICh'fi 8:16 8 30 p. M. InUlanapoUx..^ .... 12.85 6:16 11:25 I??lf 9:00 ......... *8:80 .*1.."' umiieporl 4:00 ........ 8;0> S.OO Ihlrsuit ?... 8410 7:50 7-60 l|*ll y. t IMIr except bupday. **.Hiillninu Drawing floora and Bleepta* Can fr?>tu ateu ton rill* and I'oluiuliui through c/tongt to Cinrlumtl, LouUtllltj, IndlananolU and St. L?ui?, Mud (row Columliua to Chlatso. Thej.liwure m ker or thuw aceklng Hmn *i A# Hrj<, ahould call on or addrvM the undnnlanM lor Uiroujcji tiiue uMw, u\?\* land rirculnrTmd further Infojaiatlon. \V. L. O'BKIEN Uen'l i?wonKor and Ticket Agint, Ho. 219 IIlib *trm, Columbus, Ohio. uiyl7 mrtmGwrrwi, OKKERA1. A?RNT8 FOR THK Blake Steam Pump. i: e , !i MORE THAN 8,000 IN USE. BcHinn, Hoso, >' Cordage, Machinery, And Supplies. *S(> WATER ST., I'ltlMbtirgh, I'll. i WESTON'S DIFFERENTIAL Pulley Blocks AUO KNOWN AS Uo)l?'s. Hall's and Blra'i, MAM'VAiTrRKn KXOLraivic* LY MY TUB : Yale Lock Mfg. Co. ^ IIKNKY K. TOWN!, 1W STAMFORD, CONN. *" Holt) the load ?u?pfndi\) at nny polut. EnaUeow man todotlir work ut f?ut or tl*o.