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COOKING.
Ht STAR-OIL STOVE
Ailiti, ioot,
Jell, smoke or taste.
K.ir Half by : & \
{ n< sM'EEPTEY,
,h klmli Blow ?nil HardgsWW*"-*'
*oNLY OIL STOVE
M.\Ol 0*
s0L!l. CAST mo^f;
?Mfetv. Economy f Durability,
t> Non-fliplodvt.
l?:,lL t l.KVF.NTII HTHKHT.
I. F. CALDWELL, I
Uftle, Slate and Iron Mantels,
uxa Gnus. Tile mil ill kinds ol Ten*
totu> Ooodj,
ill IRON ?111 ROOK
(tfflbci vitb a conijilel* uaortment of
COOKING STOVES! "
ui Boom Fumbhine Goods. We otQ gn?
dal attention to the m
IHrieii Radiator Shaking Grata, j
QfBdt complete Orate in the market It m
0bttftninu[?nuion m mr. r ran* uwi
B wjtnt? on UlC Iiland. Call and exam*
ttf?uo 1311 Maw BT&MJT, IU B.4 0.
Direr.
a
groceries and tobaccos.
ffflETER SUGAR CURED HAMS,
jaBTEKSlii,\BCUBEDSHOUIJ)BM,ytt- LI
011 BREAKFAST BACON,
Puro Loaf Lard, ^
IMA buwli, Ifalf-barrela, Pall* and Hall-paUi. in;
PLAIN SHOULDERS,
1?P?|RK, FAMILY PORt
flBH SAtSAGB, BOLOGNA SAUSAGE,
imcttrioi, tod quality aniurfMUl. For Sale by ,
pi B.C. LIST, Jr.
SEE HIVE HAMS!;.
lie
;okf pluwre in in/.trmln# my ctutowera and (be J5
itrfiirrillr, tlut I hare received nir firai con- ^
parol.if the Celebrated Brand of njj
BEEHIVE HAMS.' ip
(kit* mM them (or no many jnn, and Jn
fcr(ul'iuilitl?? ari'.?o well known that it would bo ini
^wMiiutulirv >? their merit*. Suffice it to
fibtttkjire wirrauted to be aagood as ever. |T
R. J. SMYTH, *"
I P?? U.m-n ,*n Pnr??f??l Kn
?? j
CPECIALTIKS AT THE
Xew Grocery Store,
CAR. OF PENH AND VINGiNIA STS.
tnufcltinham Flour, 1
JUfitsjruinndfuKftr, 1
fortal Wheat lU'l (hit Meal, ?
Fim Tea,
Choke syrupt,
TUfrrrbwt Cured Meat*,
Jljcknel by the Barrel, Kit or Dotea,
White Ume by the Barrel or Buabel.
li Uit (TfrjthlDK uiuilly kept in a Ant-da* J
ITILL GOODS SENT IIOME IF DESIRED.***
THOS. E. BEANS.
? . ill rlt
\'EW GOODS- S,
J ed
TONUUE. IS
POTTED MEATS, j Sg"'* 3
! gj&kr. ft
?iTcojue, It
6*1*1 Urmia?, aD
Sibil Cream, P*
Marrow Beam, ?*'
Columbia Bonel?? Herring. '
J*ta. Try tbem. PJ
THOBURN & BRO., ,?
1070 MARKET STREET. ?
TOBACCOS. I
bi
to
a now weiring the following brands of cholc?
wblihwlll Iw told aublect to the latere- ne
Oct lath# I', s. tax: Ij!
l*ilbnl?vnimax."-Mtt. Mabog. Navy.
d'J ' Nickel Nugget." " jf,
>lo "l>luie NuiKi't," " 44 Tl
' <) "!><>uMe-Tnick," 5-oz. 41 u.
"Narjr a>" Mahog. Navy. ?
lo IC-ox. Ilia., " ? wj
il?> iNiuMe-Thlck 5* Dark Navy.
Klwr'i "Lmg John,' Mahogany Twlna. to
<w pnunda, Mahogany.
fceV'OM Titm?" :up|r Twiat, 4-ox,?Danville.
"l?MN?i" f.-lnrb TwUt. 44 ~
"pmo#'V .w. Twiit. 5l
"hit lak<*" Xho. Twin. !?
yaumr n-|4jr Twlit, l-ei. m
'Utile IVf 10-inch Twist, 10a.
"h#m" Cable Coil. 10*.
'MPalto" do do 10s.
Heathen Chinee" do 10s. In
Ml" j(k
Jtflwa*" ii.iuch, bright, pounds.
"pruiim," IMnch, ?
Iw*m' Kioe Cut, iu pails. 4
31. REILLY.
vj
"GLORY" TOBACCO. "
J**1* oil theipeclal attention of the trade to tha
t*]rlir?(?i Tobacco, which I guarantee at
Jj|??aBwr*d*llclou?cliew than any other Na?y tc
?a?i#aihewarkrt?none excepted. Having the
?tti??Bi?of the?? gouda in tills market, I am
J* w?ml jo deliver itieiu. at low figures. In the
a 2?ji pt^c, to retail, 10 centa.
Vw. 20 cenu.
*-vt ? " 40 centa.
" go centa. d
lkjtitli?mtn<maH temple boxes of about twelve ?
*y"?a.>nd r*. rjr dealer ahould try one, and be c
raertot their
31. REILLT.
r
Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. '
''"I1*"'. and 4-oju, la QoUi. 1
"j'Bim. 'Uu. ?n?l i-oi. la Cloth.
( 31. REILLT !
'as. Spaidel & Co.
lilLESALEGHBCEBS,
Itest g oods
west prices m the city.
&I?rri,ne. ?n ?i?M,
fr.taTol^ ..i
SJ^nt Star Klour,
viS> Syrup,
Molwi,
iff^ r"l?acoo, 1
S'kj anil C'lonr Seeds,
ffttonui Dried PeadwT .
??car looiu of Klih at Boston prices.
fri Invited to examine our stock,
ih, 1417 Main street
1416 South street. ,
vt-y WWIOM-. . v
TUTT'S
PILLS
'indorsed by
PHYSICIANS, CLEROYMEN AND
?E AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
IE MEATEST MEDICAL 1
TRIUMPH OF THE ABE.
TUTTS! PILLSP^te? 1
CUIE SICK HEADACHE. ?
TOT'S BUI SP* :
CURE DYSPEPSIA. Their first apparent *
w TUTT'S PIUR
3m fesis^t
tutts pills 5
omffia sbssfsj^s
eatsB&g
ipw??f
Turr's pills &?
c^to^um ssr&r?tiitt's
pills
impart appetite. "ktros*"*
_____ fell-TTMW
THE ~
eq-ltftiaisr
^KVJBR and AOTJK ^
?AND?
LIVER PAD W
CURES CATARRH.
{mm ? gt,
Cakotkxbs, Ohio, March 24,1879. ,m
Diub8ik?Pleue aendmo oqo of your Egyptian #
v?r Pad a. ia'
I wort one til winter and Ilka It Ant-rate. I Utlnk ?:fl
ualng one or two mow Iwlllget well. 1 ha?e had "
b Catarrh (or thrtw yearn. Hluco I commenced wear- tic
{the Pad lam Improving rapidly.
Youra truly, MOtiES MILLER,
, Carothera, benoc* Co., Ohio.
FBANCIS FITZGERALD, llo
Bukokttstowv, April 18,1379. Spi
EoTrtUN x4vwt1 Pau Qo.?Oent{n*rn: I have ws
ea mint one ofyour LIVER -PADS aince the 23d ol
ireh. Ft hu performed tnlraclea nearly on me. My no
'er and kldneya wire In a bad condition: I had the .
thing plleeand stoppage ol water.wUhSdntioRhmi- to
ltisni, ana taking all kinds of trash. I seat for uo.
Liver Pad an J oult taking all drugs. My system is
i right now, and my wat?r la clear as crystal; before ad
waa thick and muddy. I could not eat any; my
petit* la food now. X will give yon a full statement on
rt after. I ifved twenty*!* years In TemperanceHe,
formerly: we send out butter and em to Dor- uu
rton Bros., Thlrtjr-fjxth ward. I want to get one- fai
11 dozen mora PADJj, U you write a note to Dorlng- .
a- Bros., right away, so they, can get the Pada and at
id them out on Friday.
lam yours,respsctfuUr, 4U
rBANCIS FITZGERALD. ral
EGYPTIAN Ll7ER PAD CO.,
, Bole. Manufacturers. clt
For sale by all Druggists, or sont by mall on receipt K(
tl. Addrees on
JOSEPH FLEMING, ch
M Market street, Pittsburgh, Pa., fai
3ole agent for the United States. on
>yPamphlet* mailed free to any address, apa ^
FRIENDLY ADVICE g
TO 1(
Ruptured Persons, s
ID}
[t should be patent to every thinking person, and tie
wdally those afflicted ones who bare tried theva- mi
ua cheap, or goods at cost establishments, that It is ??
essentially necessary to bare an appliance suited to ?U
elr particular form of Hernlaand accuratelr adjust- W
by one skilled la bis proftxuon, u It la that a frac- hit
red limb require* pedal kind of splint applied at "
I bands of an experienced surgeon- For theso rea- a
is we would advise you not to be misled by dealers CO!
eringcheap and imperfect instruments at greatly lnr
iuccd releasor at cosU Owing to their Inability to i, *
re satisfaction they are willing to part with ihem at lul
t price. But no matter how cheap It 1* offered you, en
U comparatively worthless la your individual case. in
d just so mach money thrown away. A learned .
ofessor Of modi doe and surgery, whilst lecturingon
rrnla before a Medical college in Philadelphia, a short wl
no ago, suggested the very gnat importance of the W?
lyaldau accompanying the patient and superintend- .
f the adjustment ot tbo appliance, and advised, U*1
iere this was not possible, ttu-*, they should be care- U<
[ to recommend their patieut to a person skilled in ak
e application of such Instrument*. During the *\,
arse of tbe lecture he exhibited various trmaea, and W<
oko of their merits, and of one particularly that be of
d applied frequently with very satisfactory results. a?
ie exclusive agency for this truss has been given to ?
r, Jouk McGcibk, to? well known adjuster and an
aler in Trusses, etc., of No. 3S Fifth avenue, ntts- oil
Si. Pa., will be pleaded To expialu )U advantages SQ
I who mar call on him. f,
Mr. McUUiilE has recently taken possession of his u?
w rooms, over McCllntocfc'a Carpet store, snd has qu
em degantly furnished and stocked with the moet m,
prurrapatteras of Triuasa, LadUa' and Genu'
ices. Abdominal and Pile Supporters, 811k and
ireldElastic Stockings, Knee Caps, Anklets, Belt*, Ja
iiMniArlM. At*., and will imann'.M accurate odluit- .?
snta iu all caaea. Private apartments (or Ladle*,
lib an experienced Lady in attendance. ui
(Mew hour*?Dally, 8 A.M.to8P. M.; Sunday,2 wi
6 P.M. ai,
Examination free. ?.
Price Hat, rulea for measurement, a pamphlet de- 81<
ribiog tho various forms of Hernia and treatment ca
r a cure, mailed free on application. inySirb ab.
??? ?????? hi
VALUABLE TBUTII8. 1,1
If you are suffering frow poor health, or languish ra
g on a bed of slcknwa, take cheer, for a
Hop Bitters will Car* Yon. ?
1/you are almply ailing; if yon feel\weak atd
spfrilcJ, without clear- ly knowing why, dl
Hop Bitter* will Revive Yon. ^
If yoa are a minister, and have overtaxed your- K*
If with your poatAMl dn tie*; or a moth-r, worn bt
jt with care and work, ^
Hop Bitter* will RfwiOre You. h<
If you are a man of bui ine?, weakened by the fil
rain of your everyday duties: or a man of let- 0l
ta, toilicj orer your midnight work, M
Hop Bitter* will Ntrenjrtheu Yon. w
If you are young, and lufierlng from any indie* tfc
otion, or are growing too fat, as u often the case, Qj
Hop Bitter* will Believe Yon. Cl
If yon are in- the woik ihop; on th? farm, at the 0)
etk, A*rwiuuut, and ft*l thai your ayatem needs
leanslng, toning or stim utoting, vrmiotfT ntioxi- P
\TUIO, ' 01
?'? ni^.M < Jvrhnt Ton Vaad.
If you are old, and your puto U feeble, your T(
lerraunstCMiiy, and your racultlti waning, T
lop ill Item will Give Yon Xcw f.lfr T
and Vigor. Ti
Try Htp Cough Care and Pain Relief. '
Vorealebyall DruggUU. T
myl7-wmtr J
BRAVS SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
f TOIOE^T^Bw-TBADtMMK. D
jjFMnlarrlKUni- S9f B
SSfaSfag Wjg ?
I
DJaincM of Vlxioit, Premature Old Age, and maay
atber DIwum that W to Iuaolty or Cotaumptioa
nj * pnuuatuia Grave. WFuJl partlculari In oar
fflbrnwesi:
StiEtor 7THB GBAY romcroM? *
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T1IE MAID AHD THE LEAP.
A dMM) leaf drifted along the wo*:?
A poor brown leaf with odrra torn;
Now here, now there, bluwnbiih sod low,
Ad outcast and a thlug of aoorn.
So life drifts on to hearts forlorn.
Oacotnabower, froth tni biliht,
JCIaaod by the lup-wya and the daw,
A tnnld, to fleotho hut sun's tulibt,
Prune on the ground her fair Uinha throw.
To llMDa to iltfa.
A nd dream o( aorna one that ahe knew.
8be altpt and dreamed a horrid thing?
That ne she loved from her would atray;
Aud alartlog up, dwt> sorrowing,
Beaolvcd to tuek him out that day.
Alaa! Alas!
Twaatll too true- ha'd lledawajr.
liar laat lore token?Just a leal
Of sycamore? love's emblem bright,
She threw away, then prayed thai grief
Might I war bar off from mortal aigbt. 1
Abu! Alas!
While tbo dead loaf drilled through tho night.
WEST VIRGINIA.
otes Upon Farming and Lumboring.
I
hit Hay Be Done on a West Virginia
Farm. !
1
tn 1 recent prolonged visit to West Vlr- 1
tin, Mr. Edmund Klrko, o( Chicago, ,
ule a careful study ot Its timber and i
miug resources. Some of his observo- j
ns he has set down in the following ar
le to the Chicago Tribune: ' 1
'In a previous paper we said something j
out the climate, soil and general pro- ,
ctions of West Virginia. Limited 1
ice forced us to speak only in a general I
vy, and we may not have covered all the
into that naturally suggest themselves
persons proposing to begin life in anew
:tion. We believe fully in the many
vantages this State offers to the North1
emigrant; but, as all truth is best testby
experiment, the "ground of our
th" may'more fully appear, and we may,
the same time, the better answer the
estions the intending settler may natuly
ask if we give the actual experience
a Northern man who recently went
are and engaged in farming operations.
He was a machinist, who went from this
y about two years ago and settled in the
tnawha Valley. He was thirty-five, in
binary health, and had a wife and three
ildren. He probably knew less about
mine than Horace Greeloy, for he had
ly a dim recollection of driving the cows
pasture on his father's little "patch" in ,
>w iiampstiire; out the careful savings '
fifteen years had yielded hira onlyabout ?
X), and he though ho conld do no worse [
he harrowed the bosom of his mother j
rth in some new region. But he deterned
ta "look before ho leaped;" so, be- :
r furnished with an emigrant half-rate
ket, he set out with $200 of his hard- .
rned greenback* sewed tightly to his :
tide, lor an exploring expedition into .
est Virginia. He looked leisurely about :
si; but within a fortnight had "bought
farm of one hundred acres?a square j
rner cut out from a larger tract be- ?!
iging to a man who had more land
in he could profitably cultivate. Sev- t
ty acres of it wer6 clear&d, tfjo J
the original forest,?magnificent oaks, j
:i. wbitewood aud black-walnut,?
itch, cut and hauled to tho nearest rail- .
iv station, would bring, in oash, seypral r
aea the coBt of the original purohaso. J
3 was to pay for his farm $700,?perhaps a,
out one-eighth of what a similar tract *
mid cost almost anywhere iu the State *
New York. He paid $100 down, aud s
reed to pay the remainder in six equal ]
nual installments. There was no fooijse
his premises, but his new neighbors 1
t up a "raising-bee," and in a very few j
V8 ne had a comfortable dwelling, not
iltl so fine as Aspinwall's magnificent
msion on tiw Hudson, and yet much
ire of a domicile than those iu which ?
ckson, Harrison and Lincoln wars horn, <
the one in which our worthy President, i
r. JIayes, and his wife passed an entire t
ntpr iltirincr thft ?imnnl?n in Vir- ?
oia. Tlie total cosh ouliaj; on this man- I
>n?"double-barrelled cabins" tlier are <
lied down South?waa $20.
He now returned homolorhia family exbiting
his deed to the railway company, (
i was again furnished with lares at half |
tes, and also presented with a ticket for i
thousand miles of travel gooi] for any j
ember of his family. Well, the children |
ere sent to school, while the housewife
d her own work; and our fanner, with
is aid o< a "ptjllud gemman," somewhat
vert to campmaetlngn and poor whisky,
it honest and willing to work, set about
ie cultivation of bis newly-acquirfK)
jmestead. Hedeolded to lay down about
:ty acres, and let the restremalnln loreat,
'lie fallow until a more convenient sea- ,
m. Puring the first year be had 180 :
orking (Java from frost to frost, and at .
ie close of seven months his last bushel
' grain was harvested. l|e kept #n oc- 1
irate account of every dime that wpnt
jt and came in, and the following, exressed
in our own fashion, was the result
[ 1118 nret year s operation.
Weal Virginia Farm. Dr.
i faree, eta, pro*peeling, less amount expand*!
on bouse*........, *..f 20 00
?provisions bought jo Hew i"> 00
a fire* anil freight, self ant) family 60 oo
9 20 bushels corn at 00
o bflojK?und? of bee! at 5c 15 00
0seed, oats, wheat, ate. , .............. 40 00
01,000 handle* oatsat^V-irV-i'--.Wf-ri'.ni...i.l...j 'i"00
0 7 months' hire of man, at 910-..~ ............ Jo 00
0 wear and tear of mulaiand Implements....... so 00
ToUl oxpjn*eon crop# $32300
Contra. Cr.
j 3 acre* of tobacco, arer*ging 800 pounds
at 3 ICS CO
t 15 aero of wheal, J A bushels per acre, 2 4
bushels, at 91 ?. 2? 00
r 3 acrea of hay, producing 8 tun?, at 94) 100 00
r so aero of corn, 40 bushels per acre; too
Wei* at 30c..?......y,?? n 400 00
r 9 acrea uf oata. 10 bushels per acre, 240 bothall,
at 120 M
ir 1 ofiff of jareet potatoes, 120 buihels, at 91 120 00
lr 1 acre of |ri|h potatoes, 200 buihels, at 91 20000
1/lUTe of garden trvttionjjr profit sold) 10000
, Total . lll.lVIM
To accomplish this result, ho hail inested,
besides what U above enumerated,
imounts as follows: For buildlni house.
SO; In cash payment on farm, $1U0; (or a
wo-horsp ffOKon and harness, $125; for
wo plows ?n,<| par, tli); for hoes, rakes,
itc., $23; for two mules, $2QQ; for j miloh
iow, $25; and for a down laying Ijons, $5.
[n other words, his total Investment bad
jcou about $701); and yielded within
ono year a profit of about $1,(job?mors
lhan he bad Won able to accumulate, Iff
the closest economy. (Ji^na tj)e previous
[lutwn yuan. auu iitownw ut uy HV
mi exceptional one. He wu industrious,
looked closely *(ter every dollar ol expenditure,
and exercised ordinarily good
mnnagement B"t lie bail no more than
an svuagp prsm and any other hardworking
W?n, iM a to* bfS4rp4 dollar;
to begin with, might do ? well u bediu
In any onp p{ the many tboosand locations
that are now to be bad for little more than
a song In West Virginia.. '
Wp bare no apace In which to apeak ot
the mlaerml riches ot thU rich Slate. We
can only My that the whole redon between
Ihe Ohio and Big Sandv andthe Alleghtnloa
It underlaid with the richest deposits
ol coaltnd Iron in the Union. And
these mining-lands can be bought (or
from $20 to 1100 per acre,?about onetenth
ol what similar land commands in
1'ennsylvanlo.
The loreat wealth of West Virginia It
probably greater than that of any other I
State in the Union. Fully two-thirds ol
Its turfite is covered with an original
growth of oak, maple, chestnut, pine, and
black-walnut; denser and Bner than any
other timber east of tbo Rocky Mountain!.
It la estimated that there are in the State
10,000,000 acre* of this timber, atandlng
8,000 feet upon an acre,?sty, 80,000.000,000
feet; enough to keep every sawmill In
Michigan busy for eighty yean, if they
cut an amount yearly equal to the
whole annual production ol that great
lumber State. With Maine and Michigan
now more than hall denuded of
their timber, It will not be long before
iliit gteat forest wealth will be brought into
market;and then this virgin Stato will
no longer "sit solitary in the wilderness,"
but be mode merry with the music ol the
ax?music set to tho chorus ol Yankee
Hoodie. Scarcely any irapreeaion has yet
been made u|ion this immense wealth ol
timber. Not enough logs arc now cut in
the whole Slate to keep running any two
of the larger mw inilla located on the Stginaw
Itiver. We know of hut one firm
that is engaged in the systematic getting 1
out of timber, and probably not 100,000,000
feet of both logt toil lumber tre now I
annually sunt ont of the State. There am
u few maw mills along the line of Ibe rail- '
ways; but thev deuend (or their supplies ,
of log* upon tfie back country people, who |
cut a few treos every winter, anil float j
them down, singly or in small rafts, to the i
nearest market, and there sell them for (
what ready money they will bring, to (
supply their moderate wants for such J
"luxuries" as whuky and tobacco; or, If J
they happen to produce these, then for '
such "chicken llxtn's" an tea and coffee, or 1
such"fancy dolnV'as you think are appro ^
priate to the adornment of the mistress of t
the household. None of the "natives" are (
sngaged In logging as a regular employ- ;
ment; and, if they were, they would make i
no sensible impression upon those almost *
inexhaustible forests la any conceivable ,
time less than a lull decade of centuries, j
What is most wanted In West Virginia is J
in immigration of hardy and enterprising ,
woodmen, who shall make those forest i
(lants "bow their boar heads," and heap ?
their shorn locks into the lap of commerce. J
We may as well here briefly tell the c
woodmen who wields his own ax what he '
night do, if he had a little pluck, a little p
ndustry, and still loss read) money, in t
West Virginia. ?
A hundred acres of heavily timbered J
and, of rich soil and well located, almost *
inywhere on the Greenbrier, Elk, Gauley, ?
?? !>! ? ?
, v. uig uuiiuy IMVUIS, UUU
iow be bought for from $1 to $5 por aero.
We will supposo that two aotlvo woodraeu,
laving say $150 between them, olub to- J
;ether anu buy such a tract of land, pay* *
ng down uj>on it 9100 at the time of pur- w
ihasing. With the remaining $60 they can g
mild a log shanty, buy a cooking-stove, c<
ind lay in a winter's supply of provisions. n\
rUen, with their two axes and a cross-cut l
aw, they begin their assault upon the d<
;iant lords of the forest. How many feet 01
A timber they will out in a day they know V
>etter than we, for we have not the honor J
tf their acquaintance, but it is safe u
o say that their logs will not 4t
oat them, put into rafts in the j;
learest stream, more than $2 per thousand *
eet. Another dollar, or at most $2, will w
loat them down to tho nearest saw-ifllH; H
md there they will sell them,?whe oak J*1
ind the white wood (or 10 or $7 and the |
>lack-\valnut for $25 per thousand. The
irooaouiues are mat on each of the 100 \\
cres there will be three or four black- ?
walnuts tliat will every one ''cut op" 2,500 fil
eotorraore; but if there are not-if the %
vhole woods are oak or whitewood?the _
roodmen will have roalixetl a prot|t of at y
east $2 per thousand, and, with a crop of Q
1,000 feet an acre and a tract of 100 aoros, ei
t is easy to estimate the profit the two in- 2
lustrious feliowa will have made upon
heir original purchase.
Now, if tye bear |n q?in4 that this soil,
ike all soils on which oaks and black-wal- ?!
mta grow, Is very productive, and that the d'
and will be worth when cleared more than J'
II that tljo tjrabor ijpon it would have !:
folded, wo shall be able to farm some i
ilea of the advantages which are offered
?y West Virginia to theworkingtnan who 9t
pplies to its surface a decimal fraction of %
he energy he now expends in gaining a w
[teaser livelihood in some less favored ai
ocafity. It
Hc*tn% impossible V
That ft remedy made of such common, J4
iraple plant* as Hops, lluobu, Mandrake, t{
)andehon, ?fcc., should make so many p
ind Blicll marvelous and wnnHorfnl niir?u .
is Hop Bitters do, but when old and j>
foung, rich and poor, Pastor and Doctor, 7;
Awyor and Editor, all testify to having g>
iBfStt pqre<| liy tljern, you must believe
ind try theni yourself, and doutjt no
onger. 8eo otheroolumn.
1? mt m n
Ellis Hampton* was so particular in buyng
a revolver In a Buffalo store that the ?
:lerk inquired for what purpose ho wanted p
t. am gQiwj to shoot my father-in-law si
ind brother-in-law." ho replied. Tllpejerk
bought he was jolting, but he wasn't, for 1
xsfore night he had lodged a bullet in each a
ji muse reiauves. 01
> ? a
iSotiiinu 80 quickly or surely dispels ?
sonfidence as disappointment. Dr. Bull's
lialtimoro Pills never disappoint any one
ising them tor-such diseases as Live'r and
Mood disorders, Dyspepsia, Constipation, ?
mtqlpQpy, ptp. Prico only 25 cents. I,
Financial and Commercial, I
BY TELEQRAPB. '
(blcnco.
Cwu'Aoo, May 10.?Flour?Firm and un.- c
2haniro<l. Wheat?Active, firm and hichor: f
S'o. i Chicago vprlng WtaOSHo cashj OOKu
June; 67 &c July :salcs atQOcalOO; So 3 do
BlJ?a82c; rejected 67aG7Xc. Corn?In good
demand and prices a shade higher at 35J<c .
ash; 35Kc June;80?a30?cJuly;37>ia37Kc 1
August. Oat?? Inactive and lower at 2756a s
27fcfc cash; 2?^P June; 37?$cJuly. Bye?In a
good demand and prices ashade higher at Qla [
5lJ<o. Barley?Mwloratoly active and htgl or 1
at 05afl0c. I'ork- Dull and lower at $ 05 1
cash;$0 U5a007tf June;$0 75a9 77# July; ?
$0 85a0 87 August, Lard?Dull and lower r
at |0 15cash June; $0 17KaO 20 July; $0 25
August Bulk Meats? Easier at |3 05a4 70a
4 80. Whisky?Steady and unchanged at '
l 03. s
Philadelphia. J
Philadelphia, May 10.?Flour?Lew ac- '
llvi<> NiinitrfltiA 7&ftR Oft* Mlnnwmtn '
extra family good $i 75; choice $5 05; fancy '
$5 12M&5 15. Rye FloHi^-Stcady at $2 80a !
3 00. Wheat?Unsettled; ungraded 9Gca '
i! 10; No. 2 Wf*tern red 1 113$. Corn?Dull;
rejected ^ steamer 3<)a4ijc. Qata?DulJ |
western mixed 33koilc; white 34)?a36c. $y<i
-Dull. Mo* Iteef-IW 00. rork-410 ?a J
10 50. 8moked Ham??#K*l0c; pickled 6* ;
aSHc. Lard?Western o?uu^e. Bolter? I
Easy; creamery 18al0c; New York and Brad* !
ford county, Pa., 15al7c; Western Reserve 1
extra ISaISc; do good to cholco 0ul2c. Cheese
-Steady ;We*tern cream 7a7Kc. Petroleam 1
?Pull;* rehne4 8^'o; crude 7He. Whisky?
Demand acUve; western $1 0(j,
CtMlMMU.
Cincinnati. May 10.?Cotton?Strong and
higher at 12tfc. Florae-Stronger; family
*5 00a5 "5. Wheat?In good demand at
fall price*; red Cl 05sl 09. Corn?Quiet but
hrmVitKiiSaX^ QaU-VnJ^^emani
and prices a shade higher dt'33a36c.' RyeQuiet
but steady at 60c. Barley?Quiet but
Arm: prime to choice foil $1 OOol 10. Pork?
tea;1,%v>irJa
?Quiet and firm; should^ *3 00; ihortrlb
5 U7JtaS HO. Whitley?Stead* with a good
demand at $1 02. Butter?Doll and unchanged.
Unaeed Oil?Steady with a good
demand at die.
nmlnuti H<* MurkM.
Cr*ci?**ji, Mar 18.?Hooa-Qqiet; com,
mon ?2'J0aS SO; llflif ? SW SQi'pickingi
?3 Mo3 00; bntcht'p* w ?M 7? tWcelpfi
1023 head; ililnmenOMS head.
???r fork Meaejr mm MMfci.
N?w Yobk, Hay 19.?Mowar?Htary a
4 per cent. Prim* mercantile paper a,
VA per cent Sterling Exchange Bankt
csi.rw 8'""KTch""*
Qonuium-Stndy.
Uoiurf UaiMtaot lull, roopotu. .10
; ? fcfc,,.,,,... ? ???li
Vrw row tad > Ulli - ...... ?.1C
Kiw Fount 10
Omeaer mm ? 11
Railroad Bokm?Active ?ud higher. M
bwli convertible km 3 Mr cent.
Stati Bokm?Dull.
Srocu.?Otnetill/ buoyant until JuM
the clow, when there was * fractional retotl
from realltlng; In eereral eaaee the hljbi
price# of the year vera made. The cc
"locks were coiuplcuoui In the riee. T
Northweetern ud St. l'aul bun, and al
Western Union were itrong and actlra, p<
tlclpatlng freely In the upward moremer
Than waa Increaaod activity and higher prio
(or ruclilc Hall on the purcbaaea of both u
Meaeecltlng control at the uezt election Tl
Cbeeapeako A Ohio ibine were decided
better on thej>roepecta of a weeleru conne
uon. iron Mountain fell to 28 and 8t. Pai
& Minnoaota was offered at 81H. Cheeapeal
& Ohio common advanced Irom 5* to 7*
preferred tint from 12K to 14 and preferrt
second from 8 to 9K. Investment shares wei
generally lirm and higher. Chicago, Burlinj
ton A Quincy advanced from 10H to 118;
ami reacted to 117*.
The report that a pooling arrangement hi
been made between the Wabash and the C. (
0. & I. is confirmed. This terminates the bi
ler quarrel of the last fire yean, and la aai
by the friends of the roads will insure div
[lends on both by the first of January next.
The Southern lfcclJic ltailruad Compan
bos oponed a station at Casa Grande, Artsom
183 mile? east of Yuma and 914 from 8a
Francisco.
Transactions aggregated 285,000 iliares, c
vhich 33,000 were Erie common, 5,000 pn
erred, 17,000 Lake Shore, 15,000 Wabash
W,0?0 Northwestern common, 9,000 preferred
0,000 8t Paul common. 4.0C0 preferred, 27,
100 Lackawanna, 34 000 New Jersey Centra!
1,000 Delaware & Hudson, 8,000 Morris ?!
Bssex, 2,000 Michigan Central, 2,400 Unloi
'aclfic, 5,000 a O. U I., 5,000 St. Joe, 2,40
)hlo, 22,000 Western Union, 4,500 Padfi
,000 Iron Mountain. 8,500 Kansas City <!
northern, 0,000 Louisville & Nashville am
,uw uuesapeaKe <& unto.
l/mtera 0oion 11*1 BL Paul 4t}
tulcluil?er....-~~~- l4? St Paul preferred.... 89
talokaUvtt pW 82}i Wihah. 81}
Wlfle Mall? l?X Fon Wayoe~*._llu
faripoea -...? 0 Chicago 4 Alton.-**. 83}
laripoeapfd ?~ t% Chicago 4 Alton pfd ...loyv
Ldama Hxpreas \wyA Torre UuU 11 i
PelU,FargolCo...., w Terra Hanta p SI >
49 Ohio 4 UlMlMlppl.^. W
InlUd Statea ? UH Delaroa 4 lacK...- 37$
r?? York Central..,?iuo A. 4 P. Telegraph
!ri0...?~~....~. 28H Barllnaton A Qaincy.117}
Mo preferred 53 Ha&ntUd 4 8L Joe.... 19V
larleta ...._,. ,..^.460 Hannibal A St. Joe pfd 41)
Uchigir Central-.... 81% Canada Southern....... 60
Utfui ............. ~.l 10 Central Pacific boadajilfc
Inlon Pacific 74% Onion Padfle bontU-JllJakaSbora.
,? 7$ Land OranU -..~~...112*
IliooU Central 80S ".P-HnWae foad 114
HUbureh ........ K'/% | Kansas Pacific.....**. 57
oularlue 4 Naah?llleOT t Kansas 4 Texaa....... 17U
'orthweaUrn com*. at% 8t Loula 4 San Fran. 10*
iortbwaatern pfd_ 94% 81 L. A B. P. pfd 1$
.C.C.41 51 81.L.A8.F. finta... 25),
few Jersey Central... 81VA St. L., Kan. C. AN.. 10
uk I aland ***11$ K L.,IL C. A N. pfd. 43
Haw Tom.
Naw York, May 19.?Cotton?Irregular
t 13Kal3%c. Flour?Dull; superfine west'
rn and State $3 30a3 80; common to good
J 05tt3 85; good to choice $3 fc0a4 60; white
heat extra *4 55u5 25; extra Ohio $4 OOaO 00;
t. Louis $3 80a0 00; Minnesota patent proas
$0 00u7 75. Wheat?Quiet; rejected
irlng 80c; Ko. 3 spring 02a95c; No. 2, SI 05a
06; ungraded winter red $1 12allUj^;No. 8
o$l 12al 13; No. 2 do rales 144,000 bushels
t$ll0%al 1714; ungraded atnber $1 16; unruded
white $1 10a! 11. Ryo?Steady;
estern GOaQl Barloy?Dull and nominal.
[alt-Dull and unchanged. Corn?Steady;
ngraded 44a45J^c; steamer 44a45c, No. 2,
1I7.UV-1 , -- -
>74<"is7k i iww mixed lvalue. oats?Heavy;
o. 3, 34&c; do white 36c; No. 2, 34Kc; do
lilte 88a38Mc; No. 1 white 40Hc; white
estern 37a40^c; western mixed 34a34Mc.
av?Steady at 4fift5Qp. flojvs-FIrm and
ncbanged. Ooflfce?Quiet and unchanged.
UKa*?Quiet and firm; refining fair to good
KaBXc. Molassaj?In moderate demand at
ill prices. Rice?Bteady. Petroleum?Quiet;
nited 75$$a76^; crude 7a79fa refined 8Jfc
illow?Steady at OKc. Kosin?Quiet and
rmat$l 30al 35. Turpentine?Dull at 28a
I'Ac. Eggs?Quiet; western lOallHe. Pork
Firm; old mesa QQop 50, new $10 25.
eef?Jjoniinally unchanged. Cut Meats?
ulet; long clear 5c. Butter?Steady; westU
SalOc. Cheese?Quiet and firm; western
47c. W'hbVv?Dull at$L 4U.
Baltimore.
Baltimore, May 19.?Flour?Quiet; w*strn
superfine <3 5Ua3 75; do e*t? $4 25a* M;
3 fauilly $5 00a5 75. Wheat?Western fairly
:tivo and steady; No. 2 Pennsylvania red
L 15}$; No. 2 western winter, red, spot and
lay St 12^; Juno, II 12^f; July. $1 UKa
UH: August,$108;September$107Hal08.
orn?Western in good demand and about
cady; western, spot and May 43^; June,
IKc; July 43%c; August 44c. Oats?Quiet;
estern white 33%c; mixed 82c. Rye?Firm
id good offerings; good to prime 58 Hay
Steady and firm; prime Pennsylvania 12al3c.
roylslonfr-rSteady and quiet; Mesa pork
) ?TDie); $10 WatQ 75 neV. Bulk Meataoose
shoulders 4c; clear rib sides 5c; packed
Xa5J$c. Bacon?Shoulders 4^c; cloar rib
ilea Gc[ hams OJfnlOo. Urd?7o. Butter?
Irm; weatern dairy packed 14al0c; factory Ilia
Ic. Eggs?In rood demand at HHal2c.
etroleum?Nominal and tlrm; crude O^a
\ic; refined 8J<o. Coffee?Quiet; Rio caries
lOKa Uc. Whisky-Dull at $L 07
Cftle^go laiktf.
flmnn? Xttf iir> ""? t\- -
??( ill.?UIO x/ravers1 journal
: porta:
HofiB?Recelpta 20,000 hood; shipments 0.500.
fnusually heavy run for Monday; 5al0c lowr.
Fairly active; choice heavy $3 50a3 00;
acking $3 35a3 45; light $140a3 50. Closed
leady. All wld.
Cattud?Receipts 3,500 head; shipments
,000 head. Kaay and unchanged. Shipping
t$130a510; butchers steady; caws$240a370;
leers $3 70a4 20; hulls $2 30a3 75; feeders
nd stockers firm at $3 00*100.
Shrsp?Receipts 1000 head. Better de?
land, but unchanged at $3 80a4 75.
Allegheny Cattle.
East Liberty, ilay 19.?Cattls?RecelpU
inceand including Friday have been 2,202
lead of through and 425 head of local stock
otal for the week ending this day 4,038 head
f through and 740 heqd of local. >(ol
nough doing to form reliable quotations.
Hoos?Receipts 10,070 head; total for th<
reek 16,885 head; Yorkers $3 55a305; Phila
elphias $3 75a3 00.
Receipts 7,700 Jiead; total for tin
reek 18,000 head. SplUpg alow at $3 2Aa4 35
leveral loads were shipped through In firs
lands, fully quoted off from last Monday.
Dry (ioodk
Nkw York, May 19.?Wool flannels con
Inue active, and many leading makes closelj
old up. Cotton goods msrket very firm wltl
n upward tendency, and several addltiona
nakes brown and bleached goods advance*
iy agent*. Prints dull. Mntpd lawns ii
teady request. Heavy cassimeres, cheviot
ind worsted suitings doing fairly. Dress good
lulet, and foreign goods moving slowly.
Toledo.
"Toledo, May 10.?Wheat?Quiet am
itcady; No. 1 white Michigan $1 07;extr
vhite Michigan $1 08; aiuber Miphlgai
fune $1 08)$. July$l 05j Xo. 3 redwinte
ip< t ?l ui>f: June II 08K; July >1 ou
)lil. (.orn-StaiJv; high miied 38Kc:No.
'Wt SScjJoiM ifKo. 0?ta-KIrm; No.
Sew Ortega*,
JM llWJuBbe-Stwlj
lobbing ordltmijr to prims \OMfle. Saga
?iiojxl dpntonu; inferior to pool comrao
asfe? ^THsst*
mcnting 22a30c; common 25c; lair 28c. IUc
^da,UJ.wonli ?""n?y t
?
Pfiifolwrn Market.
Pirrtioaatf!' Way" l^.-^VrTKoutou?Quic
crude 05$te at Parker's for shipment; refine
BXcfor Philadelphia delivery.
AsrwEap, Mar 10.?P*raoLiUK ? Refine
21tL
^I?xi>o??, May in.?PeUolouw-^efine^ 75St.
totslN Ilojj Jfnrkct.
X 8t. Louis, May 10.?Hoo??Easier, rotu
heavy G0a3 25; Yorkers to Baltimore $3:
V ?'t <<* <j Urn mil*
DR. C. MtLANE'S
I liver PUls & Vermifuge
jSSrasaHiias
peOid dtahmujr. bet kaslas euw peeoeieuttei
, ; -
OAS AND 8TIAM FITTING.
? THOMPSON &HIBBERI
0D PRACTICAL
I Plumbeis,Gas&SteamFlttei
JH IH4 1UBKBT n., WHBKUKO.
.^gaA'g'.ai'g!JLytij-"!.?*1
SSr?Sffls2sr
in Oomorou Steam Fumj
t -inJj
Undarwrlter* Gu Machia
w MTOfdwi from the country promptly flllad.*?
'? ANTED,
lj EVERYBODY TO CALL
| TRIMBLE UORNBIK
ro
' PLUMBINB ESTABLISHMENT,
IS
j: (418 Market Street
d
1* And ?w*mtni> tha
I LUTZ PATENT
n
* Iron Hydrant & Street Waehei
' THE BEST IN THB MARKET.
i, They can be repaired without digging i
k four pavement or yard. ]eS8
n ?????? ??
I CARPEHTER8 AMP BUILDERS.
j gTEPHEN McCULLOUGH?
I CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
. All alterations made on old buildings on
1 REASONABLE TERMS.
) All JOB WORK promptly attended to.
\ Shop, Alley E, between 14th and 16th street
" Residence, No. 06 Nineteenth street.
Addreai either of the above. jsnl
J) W GIBSON A SON,
STAIR BUILDERS,
| Cor. Main and Twenty-third Street*,
I WHEELING, W. VA.
8Ulr Building In ill Ita branches promptly attende
i to. Hand nil* worked to order, with all joints cu
| and bolted, reedy to hang.
Newels, Balusters and Rail)
Constantly on band and mail* tn
?a_Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
tuyl
MACHINERY AND BOILER8.
THE CENTRE FOUNDRY CO
.MANUFACTURERS OF
MARINE & STATIONARY BOILERS
TANKS, SHEET IRON WORK, FIRB FRONTS
GRATE BARS, COAL CAB WUKK18, STEAK
ENGINES, MILL AND MACHINERY CASTINGS,
HOUSE FRONTS AND ORNAMENTAL
CASTINGS, Ac., Ac.
BOILER AND MACHINERY REPAIR WORI
WILL ItKCKlVK PBOKPT ATTE.HT10X.
"Thirty-four years practical experience.
"Moderate charges? Unoq nailed faciliUe*.
OTFor 8 vlb Chbaf.?One scefmd-hand Boiler II
feet long, 3Q Inches dlatn., 4-H flues; one Portabli
Bo|ler.Su inches dlarn., 24 tubes 4% leet long, 2% diam
feet Ore box.
2011 MAIN ST, WHEELING, W. VA
p?
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
J^OVING TIME,?
:p:uusros
Moved carefully by competent Lilian witl
FRENCH & CO.'S PATENT TRUCK
at the moat reasonable prices. Orders foi
moving Household Goods also promptly at
tended to. Leave orders at
LUCAS' MUSIC STORE,
nh 1937 Market Street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
== if t lx 1
BRAND DISTRIBUTION 1
Commonwealth Distribution Co
Bjr authority of Commonwealth of Kentu&y
Drawing and details under supervision of rrowinen
dUsens of Kentueky, In the city of Louisville, on
Saturday, May 31, 1879.
N0 8CALING! NO POSTPONEMENT!
PRIZES PAID IN FULL
<112 4flfl IN" CASH
B,6J~WV DISTRIBUTED.
TICKETS ONLY 92.
Unparalleled Succeaa of the Popular Drawings.
Bead the following attracUve list of prises for th
MAT DRXWINO :
i Prise ? 80,0001 too Prlsea ?100 each *10,00
I 1 Prise-. 10,000 ?10 Prises 50 each 10,00
? 1 Prise. 6,000 600 Ittwi 20 each 12,00
. 10 Prlsea 1,000 each 10,000 1000 Priiea 10 each 10,00
| 20 Prist* 000 each 10,000
1 u Prizes 9300 each, approximation prites 2,7C
tPrlsea 300 each, " ? ....? 1,8C
9 Prlsea 100 each, " M
! 1,900 Prises. ill2.it
Whole Tickets, . Hair Tickets, W.
CT Ticket*, $50, 95 Tickets. HOC
Remit br Postoffico Uonnr Order, reglitered letta
! lianJf droll or expms. Full llit of drawing publlahe
1 In Lonirrille Courier-JounwU and New York ilermld
and mailed to all ticket holder*. For ticket* and In
formation addrwa COMMONWEALTH DlSTRLBl
TION CO.. or T. J. COMMERFORD, Secretary, Cool
ler-Jomtui Building, Lonlirllle, Ky. ap2<rmw
; ERKENBRECHER'S
i
i Bon-Ton Starct
I Is absolutely odorless, ami Chemically Pun
. It lasnowflako white.
: It in auscenUhle of the highest and moa
1 lotting Polish.
\ It possesses greater strength of body tlia
?, other trade brands.
2 It la packed In Pound Parcels. Full Welg>
, guaranteed.
' It cowts less money than any Starch in ti
World.
Jt is nymufacturedln 1,eart of B*?**
est cereal re giou of the Globe,
It la sold universally in America hyGroce:
? and Dealer*.
n Its annual consumption reaches Twenl
? Million Pounds.
I ANDREW ERKENBRECHER,
CINCINNATI.
PIT Hrkenbrechcr1! fforld-fimmM Col
>j SurtTi for food. apr8-Tu
a DR. HENRY MQTT'S
FRENCH BOWHeiU
l!1
band, BnOul EmWon, Immune; aiuad bflnd
crciloa In youth, Eimm, Ac. Fenuda Vfrnkavm
th
? ??*G0NOBRH(EA CpSeo fs 4TH0UB3.-W
* WflptBSg
_ W ?l?to tell by mH man troaohnmH
" on raenpt or pnc*u ooii
5 BHANKLIN
TYPT^
. S'OTTXnDRft',
l Jim Strut, Cincinnati, Ohio.
? ' ALLISON, 8MITH_& JOHNSON.
DRUM, PAINT1, *0.
D, HOUSTON & BAEI
SUCCESSORS TO
(Si
Houston&Reed
JOB
Kb WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
: DRUGS
HMIclan, t hrmlcalm Palati, Ol
_ VaraUkcc, Dj e-NlalU, mini H?
l laMiPtHM?rlt>,TilM Ar(tele*,
UrnuUm'Naa.
Mm,
GROCERS' DRUGS, &C
P No. 1316 Miki Street.
0 WHEELING, W. V,
'Prt
JACOB S2VYI>ED
l IMS MAIM STREET,
^ Calla attention of W**on tad Carriage Natal U'
following ttpedal
PAINTS.
Maiary'aOoadhOolora,
tUunrln, WUllama A Oo.'a,
Btaab'aTab
r' VARNISHES:
akatlae'a, PirTotl'a, Btaadai
GOLD AND BILYKB BRONZEB,
ip ocio transfer ornameit
- INSURANCE.
. "JS^EW DEPASTURE."
I bee leave to Inform my trtod* and the pabl
general I r tbat I eulN found at ISM Mala bam
prepared
GENERAL INSURANCE BUSINESS,
nelodlnf FIRE, MARINE, LIPS and AOODEN'
FInt cuaa ooapanlea only offend to lnanrera, ai
. t'tc interceta of eoatouera carefully guarded. Fa
1 Ucu lar attention given to remodeling formi of pollcU
ao i> to cover la eaae of km. Maaafaoiorlng. Mertai
uio. i/wiMungana rartn rropertr rfaka Ukan at la
- rat* a careful and experienced Horrayor will bai
wayieady to examine all riaka offered. Coma ai
"frail J. T. L.BODQIM.
PEABQDY INSURANCE COM
OF WHEELING, W. VA.
d
it [OBGAVUKD ltd.]
^ Caih CipllrimwmMiii iiin$Hi^m 9%
Good riaka lnaured on liberal tame.
Loaaca promptly and aatiafaetorllj adjaated.
s Patronage rapoctlolly aollcited.
dixxctom.
Alonao Loring, I A. M. A dam a,
J. A. Millar, John M. Brown,
A. D. Seamon, I B. S. Irwin,
Oeo.B. Tingle, | Jamea F. Barnaa,
Alexander Langhlln.
AiOXM LOK1H6, Pral.
I J. F. PAULL. Secretary.
P. & DOBBIN 8, Aaatotant Secretary. jag
FINANCIAL.
gANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
8UCCKS30X TO TBB
ri?iT NatxovalBaxx or Wsbilixo
I Capital - fMO,?.
WXa A. Inn, President. | Wx. B. Bntrsos, Vic* I
Money rewired on depoeiL
Internal paid oa special deposits.
A genem Banking Businees conducted with pconpt
J DOM and fidelity.
, bubctoss:
John K. Botsford, John L. Hobbe,
Jacob 8. Rhodes, Henry M. Harpor,
Wm. A.Turner, Wn. A. Isett,
0. C. Dewey, A. M. Ailami.
William B. Blmtwon.
' _otf QBOBQE ADAMB, Otahkr.
gXCHANGE BANK.
J. N. Vahcb, PreaL Sam'l UuqHU*, V. P.
1 CAPITAL .. tMOA*
, LIABILITY OP ST0CKH0LDKB8 ?0,K
Thla Bank succeeds to tb? butnea ol the Merchant
National Bank, and deals In Cob), Coupons, Conmei
dal Paper and Blilaof Exchange.
Interest paid on Special Deposits.
Collections made on all points and proceeds prompt!
Accounts ol Bankers and Business Men solicited.
Stockholders liable to Depositors according to tb
Constitution of the State the same as In Nationi
Banks,
Dtuciou:
J. V. Vance, I B. Horkheimer,
L. & Delaplaln, D. Gntman.
A. VV. KellT^ I Wm.ElllnaW
, win uiusnun, | John Frtw.
# Crawford Booth, |
JyU JOHN J. JOKES, OMhkr.
ATTORWEY8.
REMOVAL?
11 ERSKINE & ALLISON,
attorneys at Law
Hare removed their Office to Cringle's Block,
prl-dAw NO. Itll MARKET STREET.
WJ*w* C0WBEN?
J # ATTORNEY A7 LAW,
0
o Offloe, No. 1222 Ohapllne 8tWh?ltoo, W.Vj
o I
o| Prompt attention to all bturinew. j<7-d*w
0 J I. D. JEWING. T. H. RII.E^
! gWING A RILEY,
" ATTORNEYS A T I.A
1100 Main 8treet, up stairs, next door to th
j I Exchange Bank,
I, j apr2 WwmiHo, W. Va^
CU 0. LEWI8,
*1 # ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1143 Ciuruai Btiut, Wheujuo, W. V*.
PiwUom Id ill Ohio lad W?t Virginia Co;:rti.
Collactlooj ud coaitrudagglTai aptnlAl tUcaUo
de!8
1 kl J. HUGU8,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Jfflce, 71 Twelfth Street, WasKuxa, W. V
Pnctlca la tb? Oourta o( Ohio, Itanhall u
I ryler countlee, W. V?l n<nl7
n gANNlBAL FORBES,
it ATTOSNBT AT LAW,
*1 Office, Cuitom House.
1-1 ]ml? Wtnmo, W. Y?.
J QAN1EL LAMB,
I ATTOBSBT AT LAW,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bent),
WnBttwe, W. V*.
^ Q.EORGE P. LINCH,
_ ATTOBNBY AT LAW,
< Wee, No. UM Chipline Street, Odd Felloi
? Building, Room Na 1,
?> Wnmijg, Wot Vi.
% qaniel peck,
111 4.TT0EKIY AT LAW,
[D MM Chapllne Stmt,
i* -i? Wman, w. 7t
? JAME8 P. ROGERS,
"\ ATTOBHSY AT LAW,
J *o. 1307 Ohipline Street, onn. Pm>pt W/w
mo wnmm, v. vjl
f AWYKRS' BRIEFS.?The Bum
PHY8IOIAW8.
R, M. J. RHEES, M. 0.;
HOM(EOPATIII8T.
Orfioi amd Bmsurcii No. W Fourteenth
itfMt*
OOMRoan-llo 101.K.|tU4ulTlalP. K.
I PurllrtiUr altcallM (lira I* DIhhm
if Wiwiii ?4 OlMrtm. m>
J)B.T.O. EDWARDS?
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
J jJjhapUne and Tvanty-wooml StiwU.
? CARBIAQ18.
17* U11 ? ?
t, m.' iue carriages
Wllb ill Ihf mwlirn ImpranumU our (p<cl?llj.
.. We alw deal la Eastern Carrlitgt* of eiery de?rrijH
tl>' Hon. Repairing promptly attended to la all ft*
*"*** L GLESENKAMP k CO.,
73, 77 ?nd 7t LIBERTY HTKECT,
ARDIirXNBI AVMHK
a [tt? riTTWBUBCH.
* MARBUK AND 8TONB WORKERS.
QAKR0LLBR08,
* GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKERS
And Importere of the B?*t
SCOTCH GRANITE AND ITAIJAN MARRLI&,
Nos. 6,8 and 10 Sixteenth Street, Whrellntt.W. Va.
WA fine (election of Monument* and TablMaoonitantljr
on hand, which will be aold at pricee to ault
the Umee. a pgr.
? JH. ROSEN BERU,
111 Wbullig Frentgii ind Sindstone Wtrki,
ConurolMukltul ThlrtJ-lblrt 8U.
Window Cta, wfndov 8U1?, Hearths, all kinds ol
* Plsggiajt. The attention of Contractor* la called to
t ayucluUea for furnishing all kinds of stone for bunds'
In* purpose. Pritaa moderate. i*09
it J
,d TRANSPORTATION.
- gALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD 00.
On and after November 17,1871, Pamnger Traina
ell] run as followe-Wheellng Time:
Kast-boand. No. ft. No.7* Mo. lHSog*
Leave- a.m. a.m. r.m. a.m.
Wheeling. .................. fc?B 10M 6*0 7:11
Bellalr*.... 6.-00 10:40 6; 10
Arrives at? p. M. P. M.
firafton. 10:10 1:15 10:10 430
p. m. a. m.
Cumberland? ...... U0 ICO ta _
Washington City 1:00 ... 7*0 .
Baltimore. J. ?:10 &40
a. m. p. m.
Philadelphia 1.-06 1:16
New York *25 ...? *00
a. m.
Botton,.,., 1:30 6:1S .........
Dally except Sunday.
No. 41 stops at all Btatlocs between Wheeling and
Grafton.
WeaWboond. Me.1. Mo. 8.* Mo. 10.
Leave?
. Wkeellng 1.-06A.m. 106 p.m. 11.16 p.m.
5 Bellaire W0 ? 4.40 " 11J0 M
Arrive at?
" Zaneaviita 1115 p.m. 8.45 ' 8.01a.m.
Newark-.................. 1:28 " 10.00 M 4.12 M
Columbus ... a:10 " 11:00 " 5.60 "
H?mln.Vy....n|[ n 7.QQ II 10.00 M
CiudnuatL 8:00 " 6:80 a.m. 1X10 M
. Indianapolis? 11:00 ll?P. m.
* Lank , 7JOA.W. ... ? a "? ?'
<Mtm 1 MI " 1 17J? ?
' except Sunday.
No. 10 on Saturday night naa no connection lor
Chicago or Sanduskr.
Pullman Palace, Drawing Boom and Bleeping Can
on all night train..
Close connections are made for all poluta South and
Southwest, North and Northwest, making thla a deal*
rabla rout* (or colonials and persona mowing to tht
treat Weat, and to whom particular attention lajivcn.
WHEELING, PITO AND BALTIMORE DIY.
Leave Wheeling.. m. 1.25 p. w.
Trkdelphla Accommodation.
Leavca Wheeling .. ^.6.? a. m. 5.00 p. m.
Tickets to all principal points on salt at Depot
Office open at all hour* during the day.
Information to the traveling public cheorf ulljr slwtn.
W. M. CLEMENTM, IL cIT.
R. T. DEVRIEb, Qtn'l Agent, Wheeling.
my 14
PLEVELAND A PITTSBURGH R. K,
t \J CONDENSED TJitE TABLE.
GOINU EAST AND WEST.
On and after Net. 10th, 1871, Tnlna will run dally
[Uoint '
h I Through I'raina to PitUborgh.
2 Through Tmlni to Cleroland,
1 Through Tralni to Chicago.
t Polluura Parlor Can betwwn Wellavllle and
CUttlaod.
Hotel and Bleeping Can on all Tralaa between Alt
UanM and Chicago.
J
Accom. Mill. Express.
Leave?
Ballalra 8.88 a.m. IOJOa.m. I Mf.it.
Bridgeport 8.06 ' 11X0 " 8.48 ?
8UubWTlllk 7.06 " 12.M P.M. 4.40 "
WeUirllle 8.20 " 1.88 " 8.50
Bochertar...... 0.30 " 18C *.40 "
Arrlre?
Pittsburgh 1045 " I.4C ' 7.48 ?
Altoon* .... 8.88 p.m. 9.4C " 12.18A.V.
. HtrrUbttrg 10.58 " 2.40 A.M. 4.00
" Baltimore.................. 7.40 a. m 7.40
Washington^ 9.02 " a.02
' Philadelphia 1.00 44 7.00 7.40
New York. 8.48 M 9.88 " 1QA8 "
Boaton ... 4.45 p.m. 4.20 p.m. H.8G p.m,
~ Arrlre
Alliance ........ 12.50 " 8.18 "
Barenna... 1.J1 |J 8.65 jj
' CUi^M 1.14 ? 7.a ' Z!"'.'.'.'.'.'.'.;
Arrira?
Mansfield 4.40 " 9.20 "
_ Ft. Wayi?i_r.17.. 11.55 " 2.40 a.m.
Chicago.. .... 6.00 a.m. 8.00 "
SUuUnviiU Accommodation?IjtATf* Bellalre at 4.45
p. m., Bridgeport 8.00 d. m.; *rri*M at -?
6.10 p. m.j learn hteubcnrlile at 8.10 a. u.: Bridgo^
port 9.20 a. m.: arrtvee at Bellalre at 9.85 a. m.
Tickets and Baggage Checks to all principal points
In the East and West can be procured at the Tlckct
. Office In Bridgeport
P. R. MYEB8,
' flentral Passenger and Ticket Agwit
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI AND ST.
JL LOUDJ HAIL* AY-PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
Time Table East and West, April 7, 1870.
Trains leave Pan Handle Depot, foot o! Eleventh
street, near Public Landing, dally except Bunday, as
fallows:
ooiso xa*T.
Through
Columbus Time. Express. Fast line. Aeeom.
14 Leav*_
Wheelings *7:02 a. m. HOI r. m. *6.02 r. m.
Airlto?
Wellsburf 7:37 " 5:14 " 7:15 ?
Steuben rllie _ 8:10 44 6:06 44 IM '*
Pittsburgh ,. 10:10 TM "
Harrisburg.^...^. loss?.*. 4:00A.M. .. ..
K. Baltimore^.. 7:40 44
Washington 9;trJ 4t
d Philadelphia............. 8:00 a.m. 7:10 "
New York 6:45 44 10:96 44
- Boston 430 r.M. fcMr.n.
OOIHQ WBTi
PM. Vast West,
Exp'i Line. Exp's Mall.
W*i? A. u. r. n.
Wheeling *7:02 *4*7
_ Arrive?
V^tlb?nTlll?_ tlO 6*6
a. x.
Cadii? 11*6 fctt
Dennlaotu. li? S?
f*Si II? HHHW N4MMI
Colomboa... 130 12? ~ .
Lear?? v. *. v. u. a. H. a- m.
? Cotunibua.....^ 8:40 lilA ? IteW
Arrive- , | p. m.
Deytoc.^, AU S? 1:00
1 Clnrtnnatl *00 UO 11:10 t?
^ llmll.n.pOl. lLOol . 12? 6?
U-lMh. *7* MO
pssm; 1 lA? M,|~Tmlna
leaving Golnmbaa at 140 p. M. anil 0? a. v.
run dally. Threugh Chicago expreae leans Columbua
dally, exctrpt Sunday, atT? t. with aleeping oar
attached, arriving In Chicago at 740 next morning.
Bertha' can be aeourwl la ad ranee at Union Depot
ttekalOfte^Oahuatma. ?
Pullaun'a Palace Drawing Boon Bloeylaa Ctoi
through without change from HtebentlUe and Coloiu*
"" bmto Cincinnati, Loulaville, ladtaaapotta and Bt,
Loula.
m 8.K.^?C0,Uab^0Mil
?"lr*"4Tlek" ^.WMka,^

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