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I ,h,A.N L5F5 oo5
J/AKINO I'OWDEB.
"I Kl. MTTK
Vtrt lll'CK WIIKAT FLOUR.
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I'ILCKWHKAX I'LOUU
IllauipMir UmM?. llb(M4.
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mm KW*M MHUtfcaL, m a po?iH u? r?M.
I, u ?' 'i'i.f?l ill# I'tlcf iu 50c pona.
BKIlMBJtd A Oil.,
Orocm,
> ami ?
jV \|M II IN*. NEW.
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aU IVXILIBM UlbrUB I'LAKES,
. , ' t?.
* B. F. HCIIRKKf**
?Vmia (irvrmr,
? ' aitmrwmWt.
/1H1>TKK H0GAR CURED HAM*.
I it,-... . -I i. All. ( K?0 0iiU(/UMUttL ri*.
Mki VKI aM MALUM.
1'iaro Lour Lard,
' H.aih 8M??uu>k??,
?>.-< P??IUlt I'AMII.Y hJKK,
?KIM1 JUhUiiB, HULIJONA kAUAAOR
, * i'lazily eamriewed. Kor Mile fej
lKC.mT.Jfc
THE REAL BATTLE OF LIFE
?? i *wy day an th* 13 LANK ami rtav
, Hn*odfi ttMi ?ir?>rj |?rth?ca t*a baaoar uf
TIIK SEW OUOCKIIY, Car.
Pcm art Vlrjlala St*., Iilaad.
?? wby rum tbarlvvraad carry j-a*r I
U ?*" ?b*n 7?na ?an Julaarbaap t?? II
?| < IMU* out U?anM>, 1/ ??u d??lr* It. ??.
,?>?*.? HMM.CUUN A Ml Cll fc.A P. >%.
...r, * uar*. T?k Napa, Kyrupa. tr.,
, ; . p'l'-*. Kritila, VagMaktaa and UmJ
?i * I all fid* Krwtli and ? ii?ap. iVnka and
I >api>li?d vah fferythlfif gouJ la aaL
THOS. E. BEANS. J
r,*
fl'ilOUt'K.VS 4
PRICE LIST: ?
Soaps, Brooms and Brushes.
V
> ban "Very flood" S?*n for $100. h
.1 Uar? ??olU" Niap for f 1 III.
i< imp- ' Tink" S>?p for $IU0.
:* l?tr? "Iriaii" S?*|? rflUU. I.
A r-"i Ht.K.m forte.
A p"?l Scrub it rush for 7c.
THOBURN & BRO., T
107M MARKET 8TREET.
A Y AT". TT? fW r\ M/s. <r. !
"tiliUM" TUUAUUUjOAUTXON.
,,
m ii.c?' the increased demand and the iuM.i*
popularly of the abore celebrate!
c,<i . ?>tiie dealers are selling inferior t*>
ltvi iind representing them as the "Glory*'
Irani. lelalm the "Glory" as my excluc*?
tr*if mark in this market for plug tobacco, ^
u,i qo one has a right to represent otW c{,
w.xai the same. Each lump ha* a ru
r>-J tii; with the word **Uloiy" upon it, and jjf
iother is genuine, as it is positively sold *
tavi^r no other I-rand in this citjr. Ii?
H ijers will please bear this in mind.
M. REILLT.
Ar??' ?t 2. IsTO. aul *
TOBACCOS. 1
Irauvrft'lTtn; the fnUovlag braadaof ehabe *U
7.x.-..?. ?Li b will u aoli ?ubj?&toUie latent hm
4vi* < to in* U. ui: ?
Lur.Ur.uvnim*x,"4*?a. McIm*. K?rj. *1
1.. .NkktJ
4? "Mm* .NuaH/ " ? '
U- ItovMe-lhi.k," S-<M. I
ttl
da 16-AS.lka., ' * ?
0o Uouble-Takk fla Dark Navy. sa
r IW? "U.U* John.-' iUb?iK?njr Twin*.
in "I&hw. 1'iuii la, SUh-^anjr. m
U.-? Old XW- I-plr T*iat, DaartUa I
I. "Old Ned" a-tiKh Tvift. ? )
"l?**?oV * ??- Twht.
"i'?? l-?ke" $?*. TwUL
t?w a-pljr Twut, 4-01.
"little ?vt" 10-la.hTwUt, 10a f,
: lutit" Cable toil. :u?.
^Vti/iulia" <la do 10a. in
Chiuee" do 10a. pr
"Mltrr l>ir* 10a.
mock, bri(hl, pooaU. ft
-Uiyu urm," Q-taefe, ** " M ^
Mlnjian" Hi* Cut, In pall*. ?
31. nriT.T.Y. V"
J
j|E vlXJt'AKTEKS FOR g
(>>ui(linpr StarFlonr. 2
Uilw best in the market. Make? more and It.
Nih i road than any Flour In the mark??L
M (<?r it, and take no other.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
I'lOABLIEVE,
In all all sixe packages. |
__ M<
SPEIDEL& CO. \
Roasted Rio Coffee. |
FEB8H ROASTED EVERY DAY. ]
Ti it largertand flnait rtock .of Qtocerlw J
in tin* city. I
TRY
Jackson s Best Tobacco, j
JOS.SPEIDEL&CO.J
' tm
Iran Front, 1417 Main and 1416 South St*. J!t
*ul2 .i,
_ji *1
PHYSICIANS. ?
| JH. M. it IX)YD,
IHYSIC1AN AND SUR6E0N, =
SO. It TWELFTH STREET,
WkMUac. W. V?.
|)K. T. 0. KDWAKD6- ?
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
P
J tu^ne and Twenty wcond BtraeU. ()
i h
pAULL'S PIUCE LOT. jj
?EST BROWN BACK WALL PAPER, J
rofttCESTS PER BOLL. ?
nsiniE situ in wei Six
ami Seven Cents per Roll. 11
BEST SATIN OR GLAZED PAPER,
10 and 12 CcnU per Boll ,
All Warranted Full Length and Bast :
Huaiilj. i
A. W. PAULL,
aril 1111 Main Btwat J^fcV
CITY |
carriage AND BUGGY TOPS '
Are ?,iij applied to Wagoni or Bocgiaa. ;
anj are a h"xxl protection againft tun or rain.
TWf can 1* bought at rerj low pricaaat
?Tn?oI? Snyder'a,
?? ?0.1IQ!HUnHTBm.
Fill IKJUUKKS and small hand
KII44otiao
lST?I.Ur.QtCEK JODKOOMH, Vn.i*
n >??ruMiU MfML ?Im(? r?i ?aa haaMM?*
? ?* u ahart mttkm, aal at prtw t* a* lie Mr
MtPIOAL.
TUTT'S
PILLS
QBIKkI?3d9BHBB9DB
OYMPTOM3 OP A
TORPID LIVER.
tan of ApptfiU, Bowels coctlvo, Ptin In
UwiiMd, with ? dull moaniioo Inttiq t.-ncx
pert, I 'un UTKiarthoftbouitlerbLub, full*
CMtaf- .rvaimt, w?:h n ilu>ncUnftticn ti
rxrrttMiof bo-Jjr or mind, Irritability *f
**?PpTi w.tunCvcltnxof h?v*
IT* imjWtft.lftr.nl j <'ut7, Woorlncii, Dlz.
VluttortnsLttiinllMrl, Do:i bofor#
itw Yellow Ikin. ltauhcho 1
l
17 TEXSS WAUIV08 AU DKHEIDED,
SiftlOtS MCAgS WILL SOON BE DMIOHO.
TC7TS V11L3 i ?|N*rinlly n<lnr?tc?l to ,
Ml jft rww., uM> damo riu.fi* mm?h m '
rrrtu* m It mmM lke*?ifli'r*Tr'*W
CONSTIPATION.
i + .'j m :U f-jnlvlt/ (,t l!.o Urn Wcttt pfrfect
lr.. j t? rr,w)??l. It tU? roti*llL)aii(.n U
n, ? U??? TUTTl fLLLB I
r ?n<Ur?, J.u?Ui: If liiniBW lubllnV, 00$
B?tHHii4WuUa? . iyit ^M.?rnMluallr !?? ? ?.
Iti*Ifwi-K-n- ti (tin)iImm.i.l ?r**ul*r.|?i|y
MUlmtlllu1'! > ! . I. wli.r't Will KWQ follow. (
T?r. I. Day f.rwl-, I irtlmi, Ark.. Mjftt .
Vt.-r i* i rs< c< i f ? \frie, I tiM.nouiir? *
r. TT I I'l lU tlw brmi utli-lMliotu^ lunitcluo I
wr Burt" fl
ttr*. !*. II.IMBM-I, Nrw \ nrk, MNynI
| ! vo | cm! I'* ;* ? WsikRtuutarh utd fl
JCanou*:^**. I i?- .< rl'-?l ,inr medtdtw In ?!o
rv ?o to* * r**"\ H'TTSPILLS. Tln-yafi!
v. r. ! r. ? ?? <?!."
POrr M jlatfiiy Klrrrl, Nrw Vorlt. 0
TflTTS HAIEDYEi
I t?1 lltil oft rkinml |.i Ct/iMT \
i. i fall**-*-M l'i?-tin* l?T I. Il in. 1
|ar?ta Xitfarsll "I >r.a lb*untv.?>4*i/. t.it'1 M 0
-? IIv?Im * **>!>* n*k1 iijr Uru^jftu, or
'Oinct'Sa Murray How York. U
(ill-rm
>
TUtTH*. *
HOP BiTTERS. 5
(1 ImIMh*, Sol ? Drink,) [(
njitAW* ..
M?rm RKIII HASDRAHK. "
ftAXDLMOX, |j
k#l? Till IVlK-T. Bo*T MBDtCAL*Ql'A LtTIK*
cr ALL IITIIU BlTTKBS. ' p
TIIRY CURE h
J; l?.wnm ? ( th# Stomach, Bowels, Blood. ?,
r tt. KKny an.I Urinary Organs 2fer- 1
KWp'.rwmeiv, FemaleComp'aiub gi
mt l>Ul N K KNMtoS. C(
iijm ix noiiii ir
i i'l be |<ai<l (??r a ca?e they will not riiro or a,
fjfv or f..r anything impure or Injurious ,,
? .n?t in tUew. fll
:wtu (IruiRiot for Hop Bltlpw ami
tv ami try the Bitters before you
w p. T?k? co other.
lb- Ma* Cw|* Cart aid Paia Belief J w
tM Cbtipett, Sarcst an* But. A
st
Kuraki l?jr Lai .mux Bkm. & Co.,
WbolMtl* PruwdaM. 01
p,
?ura nrwinr icoicisl ri
unfailing cur* fur H\
V-t-p*
^4^^ Al?.?r! w Im
e
VtM.h?MU.i? <w l<?, mk! Mtay oth r In?- .
at tfe>l taad tu luwailT Of < Wauaiptloa tod a ?
r?*urr .!?? - ~>ull nrtk-ulanlnourpatnpb,
vbfcb vvtfcatrrtu wad fna by audita irrow. ,
nk-aa^-OU M?dktt>? u ?>I4 brail Jruoktaat ??
p*rr?ka??sM- tit | * kagrafor fa,or will t*?eut
a t y Mallaa rv>-Mpiuf tu?laoaay by adircMiog .1,
Tilt UNAV Ml Dl? INKS CO.,
M? h?mka* Murk, Datrolt, Mich. e{
jj* la Wfe?aUa< aad ticry vbcra by all druggtita.
3k7hemtTmotts 1
nUDVCH POWDERS s
a. *m l)MMMa?l tba KMam. Onvrf, Olart. tad
Iiiaary INi . Nanoua fcbUity, Um<* Man. .
>t, Manaa1 Kilwtna. ImpoUnry cauatd by India- tl
?v u It jowth, Lstaw, k-. Frmtla Watknnt or
h/im, NTutnla, ttypbUta la all 1U forma, aad all \t
mo *1.1 fsiiu iftMMT*?w?dlly cured. "
WUOjit IKKHO A H KK:> IS 411 IIOCB&^M
v mi*la Whallrf, W??t Vlrrlnk, by EDMUND
> CIM< (Af'i;, latitat. Odd r?Uowi HalL Met c.
?*.' t?*. *-a?by nail, m.art f* i aberration,
? ?,** alprtaa aoli Ui
REE GIFT I j
.v. ??*i c?-| v i,j 'jtr.ini. iL ctxMJuo,YMhLSsk, tl
?-.??Hf " l?|.fl??ntl?prlnUdand IllurtraUdj
I,. ?r. l?r.n . |t> It h*?b*en lit* mr?n?. Ill tba L
?! i.ol. "f MMit manyjraloabla llvcau ..
* ?k ??tr. ty?b,?i..iwtMii? nifTi-rinic with anjr tl
it. * ?f 1h' No**. Tlir?M?t. or I.uiic*. Send
im. wun I* l? ?!,.! I\c?Bt?li?iwrcott uf 01
ill ?g t? t*. H. U *H?t* K, tlncinuatl, <Jhio. p
? |" A|IDC cHHAi>.?mm:,?nd ?
kr.Li 'uUnL "too- ti? n
w oo'y Sur. aud Sp**<ty
v? mUakW. *t{f-*Uu*, dr., ran be bad f??r %j 00
KY V aND'S, U? *aat W*U> CINCINNATI, U
Ieg tba tall core ttd^r<BlOTM to | f
i?l ;?, mum nureri i? nr.n jjuu. r.uciuw u
nr? Inf >4r1(??? ?irlu?u uWer%. KlSoiw
i Mjill II*
H.bm;
u r. t[.iw.Jm'M.Wb. 91 fcbnttfo SoMh/dl 1
strttttottcrtrcfcrfeftS <>
Mnt.lS.UBl AGO-, AgMU, WMofc W. V*JL tl
PRESCRIPTION FREE
Ior Um mm4i C irr ?r seninil trraUeu, Lost
Ii*Iim4, PrwBaigrr Debility, >ervon?neu, a
limiiwy, ('MfkdM bf JJrM, Airrxion to C(
hH?t7. HtfMiiT* Mrmorj, ??4 til Dlwdera .
ImwMm I) J^rcl tUbil* ud Kumum. in| tl
UtmM km Um lagredlenta. Address, 0
DR. JAQUES dt CO., t]
190 Wtd *xt* fit, CDrODTHAU o&a 1
l>MW c
IIFFEBEBS jS'SSSt,1^ ?
:^=^^srue,r$fc5UBi ji
km?u ixfrrmm, au vi?? *iM cin. J
i/MOL bjr u? only aura and ralUUe rsuadlM. n
i ifcuiji MtUwiwA QUI or vtIib for ttt* c
tlm. OMpi tow. Half ntM to llu ?
tl OtMiw 1
LOTTERIES. ?
wUriud fcjf lb Ommminalth of Ky,
.vrvuu HUXTKLV DBA Wise. OF THE I
omnonwealth Distribution Co. 2
II K1CAC LEY'S T1IF.ATHE, 1
In tb? atj of Loalsrllle, on
(OYKwUHiH / u. g
T int DKAWISO*. AUTHOBIZKD BY ACT a
Y 1 Mfc L?KU.XUUK UK MO, AND SUSTAIN- V
U W JITMB CUUKT8 Ol^ XENTUCKY (atf J
3:2^rw2a?ffl^&
V jr^Ufc^r lUVcl fcVKR* MONTH /SUS. )
IAT* EXCEKrElW. ASU ARE SUPhBVisLD BY
ir mi*** r cmxfcb* ok TUfe. ?TArB.
?t ?a* aad vapracadeotad mkomc< Ute new let*
T*ry tkkei-baUer aaa be hi* own SaprrrUor,
0,??. feia Mu?bar aad aaa U ptaad la the wheel.
1m tUufmnt nil attention te tba grind opporVlHj
whnM <4 vbtainlaf (wr only IS 107 of
THJC FOLLOWING rKIZ.KS:
l Maa-^^HMWMOOKriMitlMwwh 110 000
? ZZT IP,WO auo I'rtiua bOaach 10,100
gg ~ j|UU PrtaM 2D each 18,000
? rMljIMMk fjitm lOaacfa 10,000
I Pitaaa mmth 1 .? **) 4I ? *?
II Prtaaa If* aacA, M M W
mftUm. WW,<00
WW* Tlckala, $9. lWJfTI?k?l?, I.
|?Ttofcete,S?e. MTlakeUhflOO,
All ifyHnattow lar dab ratal ibeuld to madt to the
1 TSl 1*4 iftwlM wbUAad lo LoutarUje Courier,
laaiaal aa4 kiv iHk Uaiald, and mailed lo all
' U ubiia aad talumaitea Odi? only , Mitii 4
r. J, (WRMKMrOKU, lOuuitarnJounvl B'.'d'lt)
wrtl?*. My* odO
LJEICKWOKK.
4 Maatil aad Oretaa aat la lata* taprerad rtrlor,
'"wSlLTOM A McGRAHAHAN,
*?. a riftaaalb W 7* lUrkal Btroet
A
Site InMJipiar.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
DAILY.
B$ tnoU, U cdnoM, potlagt prepaid.
Ob# 001 Threo munntha..N.f2 00
4 001 On* month- 78
D4inrW h tyrrUn in CUyand Submit * 18 MRU
NEXI.WLEKLT.
Jy MaU, in advanet, pottage prepaid.
<>M y?rHM..M.M.?MMM4X 001 81* monlhi.....wT.H?160
WEEKLY.
Bf maU, *i adtamct, pottag* prepaid.
Dp# jrnt......0C | 81* mo?UMi.n....M..tl 00
aU Of 40 Mfh.
uhs of ten. ? ? 1 18 Mth.
aUof twenty i 10 wh.
ubaof twenty-flr? T 00 ?ch.
Staph teplos of either edition of tt# IlTKtUfl**EU
tent Ina on application.
Addrna all communication! to
HIEW-A CAMPBELL,
Publiakiera Intelligencer,
Whaallnc, W. Va.
RELICUOl'M DRIFT AND UUI'UWION.
Rev. Mr. Swopo. o{ St. Matthews
3hurch, this oily, gave bis peoplo to un- j
lerstand on Sunday tut that lie must |
lave more cooperaton in his Sunday <
chool work or be tvould close the school '
ud let the children go elsewhere.
AnitANUEMKN'Tsnre making fora Nation- f
1 Methodist Episcopal camp meeting at j
lid Orchard Beach, K. U., in July, 1880, J
rhicli will be n gathering ol all prominent i
lethodisls in this country. The bishops a
t that church have been invited to par- [
cipate. j,
Ix his now course of Monday lectures, o
oaeph Cook has set himself to discover
'hat comfort culture alone can give for
le future life. His first lecture on "After e
raoreon, Whatl" was intended to show tl
tat the Concord sago has been forced In- ?
> theism by the unsatisfactory results of d
10 pantheism with which he began his ?
terary career. ' n
Tin Rev. Dr. KirkUB, rector of onoof the ?j
rotestant Episcopal churches of Baltimore '
aving recently asked for contributions of i!
Sold, silver and jewelry" from the conregation
for the manufacture of a new *'
innnunlon service, met with a response
i the shape of a half bushel of silver plate k
id jewelry. Among the trinkets was a si
iamond ring valued at $1,100. I1:
gi
The craze for monuments has struck ti
luiira, where Mark Twain married his p
ife, and the result is a monument to "
dam. Rev. Thomas K. Bcecher onco
iggested that ii Klinira wasn't the garden H
[ Eden it ought to have been, and the ci
hole community being humorists, pro- 11
ase to raise $2,000 for the marble memoal
of the father of the race, with an in- di
iription by the only man who ever w
lowed any sentiment over Adam. Apurently
Eve is to be left to languish in
rgetfulness. ^
Alkies of sermon" ?gan on Sunday p
st in Cincinnati, at anuel Reformed c(
piscopal Church, of tb illowing charac,r:
at
November i>?"is Need of a Revation?"
ai
November?13?"Does the Bible Answer al
iat Need?" hi
November T ' Muses and the Proph- tu
s." .
November 30?"Has Prophecy Been 10
ulfilled?" b(
December? "> re Miracles Credible?" hi
Deceml?er ? -'Was Jesus Christ the ai
:>n of God?" b<
December 21?"The Resurroction from Ir
te DORfc" w
December 28?"The Conclusion of the m
'hole Matter." ai
The Western Michigan Methodist Epis- jjj
?pal Conference at a recent meeting gave p,
umistakable expression to its sentiments fu
j the use of tobacco by the unanimous tli
lout ion of tho follnwini? rnnnlnHnnnr 1
bat hereafter no young man using tobac- e(
> in any form, coming as a candidate for \\
10 ministry, shall bo received into this tr
onference; 2. That those members of au
lis Conference already addicted to the use ^
[ tobacco are exhorted to desist from it in hi
nblic and when in the company of per)ns
who do uso it; 3. That all circuits
tid missions are advised not to send dele- s<
ates to this Copferencs hereafter who are le
sers of tobacco; 4. That uo lacaj preach- Sl
r will be ordained an elder who uses tor Jj
acco. at
The Methodist Bishops, at their session
i Npw on Friday last, apportioned
5,000 for missionary work jp West Vir- w
inia. To the Pittsburgh Conference ct
:?ey apportioned $10,000. They appro* ^
riatcd $670,000 to foreign missions. J'
luring tho afternoon session brief ad- a
reeaea were made by several members of cl
tic committee. Mr. J. B. Cornell said *
JSt interest in tlie subject of missionary ^
ork was on the decline. Ho oppressed 1,
:ie hope that the committee would adopt ?t
plan whereby the people of the churches
ould be induced to take tho welfare of J.
lio missions to heart. Mr. Oliver Iloyt, c?
f fc tam fort I, Conn., did rot agree with ?c
:io doleful view prfcsjmtpd by Cornell, w
le had reason, he said, to believe tti^t tp,e
Uurches weredolnff tfoey coul4 fpr tho ??
auFe, and that the present revival in f
rado and tho abundance of cops would tl
esult in larger collections next year. The m
lev. Rrs. Dashiell and Barnes also spoke w
opeiutfy ol tii/d outlook, after which the sc
ommittee adjourned. tyisliop JJ arris pro- ?
ounciug the benediction.
Da. Lkohalp does not want a 5
lew catechism:
"I do not worship the old catechism.
AH Scripturo is givon bv inspiration of ,
lod,' but no production of the Westmins- "
ar Assembly is one wfojt better or more r<
.nn:>n.l tUon DiKlnlit'o Tlinrtlnnw nr nnv <
U?|flicu IUUII i/n.em,p W. -Vj r*
iher tolerably orthodox body of divinity.
Jo nno member of the Westminster As- a
embly?not all o( them together?knew e
Dure about thpplogy than the late Profes- h
or Uoileei knew. If or wprp tho debates ,|
;nd conclusions of that Assembly guided
>y a largor measure of the divine illuinl- 6
lation -than Is now given to an ordinary fi
Joncral Assembly ol tho I'resbytprjan j:
Jhurch in the United States. Whatever C
iominlon the shorter catechism may have i
>ver the faith of those to whom it Is one 1
>f the 'standards,' J do not acknowledge t
it as having any authority Ut jjptorinino c
that I shall believe or what 1 shall teach, i
What then? JJust I for consistency's \
lake maintain t|>at tho patcclijap is of no t
value as a manual or text book for in- f
struction In doptrlnal theology? Sot at (
>11. On the contrary, ^ thipje It more (
than doubtful whether the Oougroga* i
tlonal churches of to-day can agree upon <
any "other manual that will be so good lor I
tj;at purposo." I
Tun Bov. Fergus Ferguson, who was bo- ]
fore the Synod of the United J'rpsbyferlan J
Church of Scotland two years ago, on i
charges of homy, delivered a lecture recently
od "Orthodoxy," Ho a#ii} that the
sum of orthodoxy is contained in six
points. That there Is a God; that the universe
is the work of God; that man is a being
maiio in the image and after the likeness
of God; that Jeans Is thnPhrjst, the
Son of God and the Saviourof the world:
that the Church, as the body of Christ, is
the orgnninalion in which the Spirit of
God fully dwel.'s, and by which, therefore,
the mind of God M contained jn fhe Sa
end Sciipturea may be most folly and j
clearly made known to the world, In order
that the world might brought back
to Ood; and that the Bible It the word of 1
God. The dilemma of tupdorn orthodoxy
Is, in Mr. Ferguson's opinion, the attempt
to reconcile thoee six polnta with the no- 1
tlon of the eternity o^evll?"a notion not .
only Incompatible with erory one of the
fundamental propositions of pure orthodoxy,
bnt logically destructive of every ,
one oi them." i
"Tux public schools" declares the, Tab- J
In, "would,, by Protestant ideas, exclude
>11 religious teaching. The oinblem of [
nan's redemption Ib under the ban. The ,
itatue of the Blessed Virgin must not be
inhibited. The paintings of the psssion t
>r likenesses of tho sa!nts"muat not be 1
lung on the walls, - Yet if one of your
Protestant instructors saw the picture of ?
lis mother taken from the wall of Ills J
:hamber and tramped upon, would he t
lot feel indignant'.' But the picture of a
he mother of God and the picturea repre- c
tenting the pasaion of death of tho world's
itedeemer?if we take as true what is said
n somo of our recent non-Catholic ex- c
thangea?must he rejected, lest the inllu- t,
incea of popery may prevail! In public ai
chools, a few verses of the garbled ver- < ]
ion of tho Bible ore read as a uiattor of [
arm, and Protestant hymns are sung; V(
lut the mother of God is never mentioned, fj)
'atholie children by dogrees begin to be- f(
ome un-Catholie, mid finally anti-Catho- k
ic. They feel they are in a Protestant &
tmosnhere. Tho feel that tho religion of ti
heir lathers is not 'the thingthat Ft is not ri
respectable;' and soon they grow up to ui
e as stout Protestants as tho best of them; re
r, worse still, they become 'liberals' and ??
aally drift Into intldulity." H
Thk Catholic Jlrriac, preparing its road' cc
rs (or the church feast of All Souls, warns "
:iem that "there is no Chriataln duty in
loro neglected. We havo become sadly ?'<
erolict in our duty to the sulTering souls. is
Specially in this country is this warning ;;
eeded, nowhere in the world is devotion *
> the soul in purgatory so cold. With ^
10 disappearance of our foreign poptila- sti
on, this devotion is disappearing also. ]{j
hero is no more striking proof of faith
ad genuine Catholic piety than this de- Stt
ntion to tho sulTering dead. We should J'.'
itnember that the term of punishment ia
nown only to God. That tho church |U1
inctlons the foundation of perpetual th
lasses Is proof that souls may be in pur- th
itory for thousands of years. We some- in
nies forget our dead a few years after we
lace the sod above them. This is all t0,
rong. No Catholic should deem his duty
> the dead discharged who fails to have J"
lasses offered up for thorn every year. slll
'aw many thousands of Cutholics in this 1(]
ty who never had a mass offered up for to
le suffering souls in their lives? If tliev it
e instructed in their holy religion, how all
irrible must bo to them the advent of
aath? With the same measure with on
hich they have measured out their chari- jp
' to the dead will it be measured to them Jr'
t their turn." ( *
Religious intolerance in Greeee is the of
leme of a letter by Rev. Dr. Elbert 8. nrJ
orter from Paris in the Evangelist. "The thi
>ndition of affairs in Greece," he sayp, jjj
s peculiar. There have been repeated ^
tempts to establish American missions an
none the Hellenes, and for the most part
1 have failed to gain a substantial foot- wL
)ld for tho reason that the Qreek consti- 1101
,tion forbids proselyting. It will not al- Jf
w the adherents of the Greek Church to boi
5 converted to Christianity, and there
wo been instances wherein tho secular t|0j
m has punished severely those who had 8in
;en brought under accusation of horosy. 'I
ideed, it can hardly be questioned that 000
ith respect to religious liberty, there iB hat
ore of it in Turkey than exists at present
nong a people of glorious traditions, an tra
lustnou8 history, but at present iu the g"
sepest bondage of superstition." Dr. yJ
jrter, however, cherishes hopes of the (jn
ture in the prospeptiyp annexation of
ie Turkish provinces of Kpiras and 'fe;
liesaaly to the kingdom. According to pai
ie Berlin treaty religious liberty is pledg- St.
I to the two provinces, and if Greece St.
ants them sho must conform to, the am
eaty stipulations. Thus it would seem Ji#
i though k lever had at last been found, Ml
iys Dr. forter, to pry open the prison- ?01
)or Lolling \ybjah the (jreek constitution \y?
is hitherto imipured tbe gospel.' Qj
The Chrifll(in ai Worh says; i*w
"Where did the Israelites oroaa the Red {!!
?a? Three or Jour theories aro preva- au
nt. The Arabs any several miles below
aez, between the promontory of Atakah {J
id Ayan Musa, where the Red Sea in Ne
ioijt tea miles wide. Thitf view is jji'j
rengthenedby tho Bible reference to the jjJ
alls of water on both sides of the army, mi.
lit, as Dr. Schalf says, 'it is impossible j'w
mt six hundred thousand mon, with JjJ
omen and children, and their herds of uu
ittlp, eoql4 have prossetj so grpgt a dis- ??
inpe in one night without a prodigious gj,
cumulation of miracles.' Another theory c.,
laoos the crowing at the head of the gulf, gj*
little north of hue*. llore in a ahoaj
innnel, four miles long and less than half
mile wide, in which thero are soveral ]
lands and sand-banks, baro at low water. at
be Israelites might easily have crossed Cei
ere; indeed, sci strong is the tide that a su
rong east wind?such as \ye aro told 5 'J
shovah caused to 'blow all the night'? e$
ould have made the walls ot water of
hioli the Bjbla speaks. This place is
merally favored by modern biblical orits.
The reader will recall the fact that it |[
as here that tfapoleon, deceived by the ?L
dal ^aye, ^tempted to cross in 1700, and, h
i his own was. yearly bojamp a secon<} Krj
haraoh. As we have said, it is n&t likely i'jj
iat qpy qf the rusty old chariots, nor so ul
men as a broken axio o? Imrnp^-ligplcle, el?
ill over bo brought to light. Possibly bu
>me papyrus may bo found with a private w*
scord of the wonderful event But the ?f'
jarch for this would bo about as uncertain Nt.
i the after the precious atones that J.1}1
aron wore In fyis breastplate." |j0;
two crtremea of l'rotestant and Ko- l,u
ilsh sentiment on tbs subject qf secular- [fj
:ing the public schools are Bet forth In a qu
jcent paper by Bishop Huntington, of chi
'ew YqtIc, nud the Catholic Tablit. Both
re equally averse to tbo non-religious di)
ducatlon, bnt there is a marked contrast ju
i tho spirituality and externality of m
tie two ideas. "I do not want my child" W
ays tt>e iiieiiop "to begin the stgdr of the
icts or the laws of life?I will not let him,
I 1 -etiii help It?without knowing of the
Jivpr?mj uofoldoroflife. Idouolknow
rimv IK tuuuub uy HtiuyianiU][fHCt|O0|B( un< sp
BBS wo propose to remand the Almighty 01
o a province banishing our son* and
laughters, while they are educated, into >
pi ritual orphanage. The visible and inrlaibio
are a an|t.' Tup 8on ol man ia the i,
inifying and living centre ol all the inter- Ji
K>nrert|l>le and correlated forces. What u
lupporte the rpspeptahiiity pi noq.religlous *
iducation I; the fallacy that knn^luiliio it- n;
plf )iap flr creates character. Knowledge m
lover oontrolied a passion, pjicl ftijebt. B
felt an aspiration, invented a pin, or saved bl
ho llle ot a kid. Knowledge is powor; J
but power (or whatT Knowledgo alone ?
lias no charity, no principle, no pity. no !!
tears, no prayora. Remember that It is ?
since knowledgp hj(S keep popularly di!- y
(used that a now class ol vipWhas sprung %
up with unparalleled energy. They are d
the vlcsaot intelligence. It integrity la to V
coma with her just command into the
thoroughfares of American traffic, anc
constancy into wedlock, and dean blood
into young men's veins, it must come *
neither by spasm nor sentiment, by camp ?
meetings nor church paymenta, but by a c
Christian e<Jupat|on that Is positive?(our J
square w|th t&o oatechlsm o( U|e phurch, '
constant as the covenants, definite as tho ,
creed, uncompromising as the command- j
menta, venerable and holy and autliorita- .
tiye witt) the sacraments." t
Financial and Commercial,
Monty E??y?Government! Qulst?Stock)
Buoyant.
Flour Nniuliinlljr I'liutmincrd-Wlioal A?
tlveam! lll|h?r-Proviiloni Higher.
Ken fork Honor and Nioflki.
New Yohk. November 10.?Mohxy?Loaned
is high' us 7 per ocnt per annum and 1*10 pel
lieni, closing at 5a0 percent Prime mercanHe
paper 0a7 per cent Sterling exchange
teady at $4 80. Sight exchange ft 83.
GovKaNMKNTtf?Quiet and Arm, except fot
ssui<s of 1881, which were % lower than 8at<
inlay.
lultnl State* On ol 1M1, coupon* 100ft
!? Kim. .V. 1U|V?
law Four and a balia 108)2
(aw Four*. .....102>i
'urreucT blxea ... I'ii
bau sii.vkr?$118k.
railuoad Bonds?Fairly activo and genrally
higher. The chief feature of the market
rua the large huai new iu Texas Pacilio Land
Irant Income*, which void from 00 to 60.
tolnr lhinitla und Nnrthnrn mma tn (ui
nd Lake Krle und Western incoues to 62X.
t. Paul and Sioux City firsts sold at 05, and
l.G. <fc I. 0. seconds at 38.
Statb Boxds?Dull.
The week opened with great buoyancy and
xcltement on the Stock Exchange under the
isler condition of the money market and the
unouncement that the Treasury had purtiased
$T,'J60,m of the sizes of Ml at $1 00.
here were also special causes at work in fajr
of some stocks which hud a tendency to in caso
the general activity and buoyanoy.
he anthracite coal stocks were prominent
wtures of the market, and advanced from 1
?6K nor cent, Mew Jersey Central rising to
\\4, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
i i>3, Delaware and Hudson to 81X and Morh
and Essex to 101 The continued upward
lovemont in coal shares is due to favorable
'ports in regard to tlie trade, which Las not
en so active and prosperous for years past,
any of the companies are refusing to take
'dcrs ahead at ttie current quotations for
>al, and another advance is looked for in
le early future.
The greatest advance of the day was made
i some of the stocks recently admitted to
eatings at the exchange. Among theso the
ifayctte, BlooiuiuKton and Muncie rose
' per cent t j 83, but subsequently reacted to
. The immediate cause of this sharp rise
as the announcement that the $1,000,000
ixjk of the road is to be withdrawn aud
,000.000 of the new Lake Erie and Western
>ck is to be issuodaud given to the Lafayette,
oomington and Jfuncle stockholders for
eir mini n?ul <?niilnniAni.
Tlio tit. Paul ami Sioux City stocks roso
5X per cent.; tho common to 87X, and
eferred to 07, closing at 37 and 05>i re*
ectlvcly. This advance was based on roTts
that the road had made soino new and {
iportant connections, which would increase
e tratllc t > an extent tbat would result in
e payment of dividends on preferred shares
the early part of next year. # i
Lake J?rie and Western rose per cent.
29, but eloped at 24. j
The Granger and Trunk line shares were all j
onp and higher on reports of a large trafllc
th East and West, 4lM?nB the other ,
ires. NashvWo, Chattanooga and St. Louis *
vanced toQ5U and St. Paul and Minnesota j
5U& The advance in the general list was |
o 4 per cent. Pacillc Mail was exception- .
v weak and declined to 30%. \
['here was a general reaction after the sec* .
d board, but the market became buoyant j
lin toward the close, when it became known |
it the Treasury liad completed tho pur- j
use of $10,000,000 bonds and prices advanced
irply. In many instances the highest prices
the day were made in the tinal dealings,
iks meutionod above, the Assistant Treas- i
er, this afternoon, purchased the whole of
] ten million dollars of 0's of July, 1881, f
ticli he was authorized by tho Secretary of ,
3 Treasury on Saturday to buy at $100. Up #
3 o'clock he had naid out about W,600,000,
d the balance will be disbursed to-morrow, j
o immediate eiTect of this was to make <j
? money market etibiej- anc| call loans. ,
lich wort MB at one'time uuring tho afteron,
dropped to5uti per cent, und money [
s plenty at these rates. A round amount
$1,000,000 was olio red on United States j
nds for tho remainder of the year at 5 per
it. It is generally believed tbat the 8ecrey
will soon purchase another ten million
liars, and keep on until he liaafiiled up the ,
king (una. !
'ransauiions 866.000 sharrc. nf wWKh ko . i
were Kric, 32,000 Lake 8hore, 12,000 "Waih,
10000 Northwestern, 10,000 St. Paul,
J00 Lackawanna, 89.000 New Jersey Cen- ?
I, 4,000 Delaware and Hudson, 0,000 Michl- ?
i Central, 4,000 Union Pacific, 5,000 C.C. f
V: I., 5,000 C. C. & I. C, 11,000 8t. Joseph, 1
DO Ohio and Mississippi, 4,000 Wwtern
ion, ft 000 Pacific >|ail, 18.000 8tl Ix>uts,
nsas CTtv and Northern, 11,000 Kansas and
ia?, 3,000 Iron Mountain, 5,000 Northern ?
tftic, 18,000 Nashville, CMttanooga and '
l/iuii, 5,000 Si. Paul nnd Bloux City, 4,000 \
Paul and Minneapolis, 7,000 Lake Erie ?
1 Western, 11,000 St. Louis and Sun Fran- B
30, and 1,000 Lafuyette, Bloomington and 4
incie. J
rtliero Pacific UG St. Paul.. 78J?
|>M WA eft. l*aul pfd
tern Uuloo Wabash
IckallTcr....... 21 Fort Wajne... 112
Icluilvcr pfd....:.;.. 69>4 Terra Haute ~... 10Ji 5
:llic Mail ?... y>)/, Terro llauto pfj?
ripma ...... 8U Chicago 1 Alton U8yA 1
ufd 4 Chicago A Alt p!tl,??.l 11 V
aW Express- 1MH Ohio* Miss -. 2?M a
lis, Far.ro \ Oy.....lW Delaware A Lacka..... 03 m 1
icricsu - 5sW A. A P. Telegraph \\% f
itwl wtates Bur. A Quincy 120 '
*r York Centra! 180 Hannibal & tit. Joe.... Ettjf 6
41M li*n Atit-Joepfd 65
o pfd? d'% Canada Southern 75k
rleiu IWi I-oulsrllle & Nash..... J8Vi
:iUKaQ ConWal 96 Kansas Pacific Mm .
iama? ....171 Kansas A Texas .. '20% 1
ion Pacific HI tiLL.A8. F 30J4 l
to tiboro W% St. L. 48. F. pfd...... 38ft 1
nois Central 8U L. 48. F. pfd firsts 57 j
fc P. ..Itft tit. L. Kan. C. & M...- ,
cihweateru Coin ...'02 Ho. pfd.*. I.J,iQ)i
rihwestMrn p(d.i ...lOtV Central Pacific bondsJIO
C.C.AI 77^g Union Pacific 110
w Jeraoy Central. - 8514 U. P. Land Uranta?...ll2W
:k laUud Uf$j Sinking fund 11$ (
Sew York. i
sew York, November 1Q.?Cotton steady (
ll%all%c; futures easy. Flour dull; repts,
21) 000 barrels; superfine western and
ito $3 50a5 25; common to good $5 30a
'0; good to choice, $5 75a7 ?5; white wheat ,
tra, $tj OQaQ 60; extra Ohio, $4 75a7 75; ,
Louis $6 00a8 00; Minnesota patent, $725
50. Wheat nuiet; receipts, (p2,Q0Q bush;
unxrnde^ sJppng $1 87; No. U spring,
2<Jal 27; No. 2 spring $130; No. 2 western >
32X; ungraded r? d, $L 25al 40; No, 3 do 1
28al 33; No, 2, $1 40; ungradfid amber, <
3lMal 40; No. 2 amber, $1 39Hal 40; untied
vhito $1 b7Xal 40; No. 2, $1 35Ka ,
lU; No; 1 do, salqs 01,000 bushels at $1 88$ ,
40; No. 2 red, November, sales 80,000 busliiat$l40^'al
40K; December, sales 1W|,000
shots at $1 43al 44. Ilye ?juiet but tirni; '
stem 88aiWc. Corn, demand active; re- 1
pts, 201,000bushels; ungraded, 58Xa59J4c;
?. 3, 50c; steamer, 57c; No. 2,58&a59c; low
jced 02c; round yellow, G3c; No, ^ YfMtPi
Wo; No. 2, Novpm^r. 68Mfi; Dpoemwj,
'tic. Qata ja (air deroltnd; receipt; 40.0UO
slicls; western mixed 43!4a44c; white westi
43a48c. Hay in good demand at 50c.
>?*, demand Wf and m^rke^ qrm. Coffee
lit mid unchanged. Sugar dull and unanged;
fair to good reUning 8J*a9c. Moltv
i dull and nominal. Klco steady and in
r demand* Wlow firm at TXa7^[c, Roiin
11 n\ l\. Tflal tyi. Turpentine firmer at40o.
Igs, nominally unobanged. Pork weak;
$10 85all 00. Beef quiet but firm. Cut
cats steady; long clear $0 00; short clcar
25. Lard weak; prime steam $7 10a712#.
itter ciniot but firm; western 18a40g, Wtol,nAmin<il
? *1 1R
?f* ft "JM!
PhlltMlelpUla.
P?run*LfHiA, November 10.?Flour?No
eoulatlon or export demand; Minnesota
:tra family, medium to fancy $6 25a0 75;
Innesota patent $8 00a8 60. live Flour?
ilet at $5 C2Xa5 75. Wheat?Firmer; rectod
track $18'2; No. 2 red western elcvar
$i 38K; No. 2 rod, spot and November,
38 bid; $140 asked; Decembor, $1 42 bid;
43tf asked; January, $1 45 bid; $1 47 K
ked. Corn?Demand fair, market firm;
eaturn low iul*ed, tnvck, 6GKa67Xc; high
iUed do. 58o; western mixed, 53a54c; sail,
Ued, spot and November, 54c bid; 57 asked;
ecember 53c bid; 57c asked; January, 53c
d; 58c aaked. Oats?Quiet; mixed 41a42Ko s
hlto 43a44Kc. Provision*?Strong. Porkless
$11 5Ua12 00. Hams?Smoked 9tfa
)Hc; pickled-8alte. Lurd-7Jrga7^c. Butir?stiff;
creamery extra 87a38c; New York
[id Bradford county, Fa., extra 21u25o;'
festeru Kesorve extra 27a28c; good lo choice
ia25p. KgnsUriq; wostcrn. 2la22c. Cheese
ull; west'o n creamery i2Kal3o; good liKc.
VUiaky firm; western $1 UK.
i1
Baltimore.
Baltimobb, November 10.?Flour-Quiet;
restern superfine, $4 75a5 25; do extra, 15 75
0 25; do family, $6 50a7 25. Wheat?Westrn
quiet but firm; No. 2 western winter red,
pot and November $1 87al 37Hi December
143Wal 43#; January $1 48al 48X. Corn
-W?jt*ro dull; weatern yellow 52a*3c ; westrn,
spot and November, 65a55Xc; December,
i7Hc; January, 47Xa48c, steamer 48a Oata
-Wlilto 43a44c; do mixed 3Da41c. Hay?
Iteady; prime to choice |I5 COalQ 00. Provt*
%
siona?Firm and steady. Mm Pork, $11 60.
i Uulk Meatu, loose, none in market; packed
shoulders, $4 00; clear rib tides, OJic. Bacon
?Shoulder?,6c; clear rib side*, 8>*c. Hams, .
I lOallc. Lard, refined Jo tierces 7Kc. Batter
?Active at 26a80c. Eggs-Quiet at 21a22c
Coffee?Quiet; Rio cSrgoet, 14al7Kc. Sugar?
Firm; A srft, lOtfalOJic. Whisky-Quiet at
. II13 X.
Pittsburgh Live Nlock* Market.
. BUit Liberty, November 10. ?Gattl*?Receipt
since and Including Friday last 1,605
bead of through, end 1,102 for this inarkot;
i total for tho week ending this day 1,003 head
of through, and 8,017 head of local, against
17,061 head of through and 4,604 head of local
the week before. The supply for this week's
sales so far Is lighter than for tho four weeks
past, hut Is fully equal to the demand. Thu m
quality is generally common to medium |
with very few good. The market ihoWB a
iikih reduction Irorn this day a week aito, anil
prices are so unsteady tint wo caul make
reliable quotations.
Hons?Receipts 20,185 head; total for the ~
week 83,650 head, against 113,075 head last
week; Yorkers $3 50a3 GO; Philadelphia
1 $3 80aS 00.
Sheep?Receipts7,000 head; total (or the
week 16,600 head, against satuo last week;
selling very slow, prices $2 60al 00.
petroleum Market.
Pittsbobgh, November 10.? Petboledm ?
Dull; crude, 05c at Parker's for shipment; refined
7^cfor Philadelphia delivery.
OuCity. November 10.?Petbolkun?Market
o}>ened dull with sales at OOc and declined
to HD%c, advanced and cloted at OOc bid
for old. Shipments 85,000 barrels, averaging
47,000 barrels. Transactions 100,000 barrels.
London, November 10.?Petboleum? Refined
7Ka7*d.
I Antwerp, November 10.?Petboleum?Refined
1W.
Philadelphia, Novombcr 10.?Petboleum?
Dull; refined 7#c.
New Yobk, November 10.?Petbolkum?
Quiet but steady; United OOc; crude OJfn
IMq: refined 7%c.
Baltimore, November 10.?Petboleum?
Dull; crude 6^o, refined 7j^?c.
C'lnewi.
Chicago, November 10.?Flour?Nominally
unchanged. Wheat?Active, firm and higher;
No. 2 red winter $110)<al W; No. 2 Chicago
spring $1 14% wish; $1 15% December:
f l 10fc January; No. 8, $1 3V/A; rejected
87Xa Corn?Fairly active and a shade
higher; 42jXccaah; 30%c December; 43c bid
May; rejected 37Xc. Cats?Fairly active and
ashade Higher; 32tfc cash; 3234c bid November;
32Jic December; 35Xa3S>tfo May; rejected
20c. Rye and Barley?Steady and unchanged.
Timothy $2 35. Flaxseed $1 50,
Pork?Strong anu higher; $9 7fial0 00 cash;
*0 60 bid Novemb r; $0 65a0 00 December;
$10 70 bid January. Lard? Strong and
hiKhcr: 10 60 hid r??h- u~i.
TV m?VUj WUcember
$0 70; $0 72 January. Bulk Meats?
Uood demand at full prices. Whisky?Stoady
and unchanged.
Cincinnati.
Cinciunati. November 10.?Cotton?Steady
it 11 He. Flour?Dull but firm at $5 85a0 8U.
Wheat?Dull and nominal; No. 2 red fall
(1 20al 25. Corn?Firm at 43u41c; new ear
M5a37c. Oats?Steady at 33a34c. Rye?Dull;
So. 2 79a8Uc. Barley- Quiet but tfrm; No. 2
ipring 92a05c. Pork?Dull and nominal at
(10 60all 00. Lard?Strong and higher at
t650a? 02H. Bulk meats-Quiet; shoulders
lalf cured 3^c; short clear ?5 J?c. Bacon b
-Quiet; shouldera 4>ic; short clear fiJic.
3ams? 0c. Whisky?Steady at$l 07. Butter B
-Dull; fancy creamery 33a35c; choice dairy B,
J5a27c: western Reserve extra 23a25c; fine
Antral Ohio 20a22c. Limeed Oil?Steady at Bi
' B<
Cttfniffo i!aiue lar>et. B|
Ohioaoo, November 10. ?The Drovers'
[onrnal reports:
Hoes?Receipts 16,000 head; shipments
>,000 head. Scarce heavy grades 5 cents highr;
light shipping $3 65a3 60; licht packing
>3 G0a3 70; eood heavy shipping $3 7<M3 00.
Cattle?Receipts 5.00U head; shipments
,160 head; dull and nominal all round;
Cexas uold at $2 50o2 00; good cows $3 25; pens
veil filled.
8hkxp?Receipts 000 head; weak; large oflferngs.
A London cable saw - -v?i
? ? -..mm iuu a sliauu
ligber on everything to-day.
New Orleans ainykei.
Nsv Qb^kakb, November 10.?Coffeo?DhII;
ireak aqd lower; Kio cargoes ordinary to
rime 14al7Kc. Sugar?In fair demand but
t lower rates; inferior to good common 7a
He; common to good common 8a8^c; yellow
larilled 9Kal>^c. Molasses?Common 35a38c;
entrifugal 30a4?c; fair 40a42c, Uice?In
:ood demand at full prices; Louisluna ordilary
to choice
Toledo.
Tolkdo, November 10.?"Wheat quiet but
teady; No 1 wliito Michigan, $1 2o; amber pm,
iicbigan, spot, and November $125}4; Decemler
$128%; January $1 ; western amber Fur
11 2fl>$; No. 2 amber Illinois $1 28. Com P??
t^ady; high mixed, 40c; new 41%c; No. 2
5Kc; new 4l^c; No. 2 May 45c; No 3 Fur
rhite, now, 41&c. Oats dull und nominal,
'lovernominal; prime$5 35 Mked, $5 30 bid. Fur
Ifew York Dry Goods Market. Fur
Niw York, November 10.?Cotton goods
n pood demand and very firm for several
uakea. Atlantic brown sheetings are adrauood
by agents. Prints in better demand
tnd firm. Dress goods doing well and stocks
ight. Spring woolens in steady request and
Irm. Heavy woolens in fair demand, Bhlrti
ind drawers well sold up i\nd firm. ^
BfeW PrleanM Cot Ion Market.
Nkw Oblkans, November 10.?Cotton?Ac
ive and a shade higher; middling llj-tfc; low r!
lo lOJfc; good ordinary lOJSc. Net roceipta 1
3,840 bales; gross, 15,l|5l) bqles. Exports?
France, 12,181: continent, 1,700; coastwise,
L.824. Sales. 12.000. fitWr oio i?i
Cincinnati Hoc Market.
CtsciMMr, November 10.?Hora?Steady
EX? *2. 80?? W; "?htK?13?; P?ck"iB
U MaS iSHbatchers' grades $3 7Sa3 84. lie:eipta,
4,300 liead; shipments, 470 head. |
<-oi*l r?ir Unhir*. If
Wo aro pleased to say that our baby
was permanently cured of serious pro- fi
traded irregularity ot the bowels by the
use ol Hop iittera by iut mother, which at
tlio same time restored her to perfect
health and strength.?Tho Parents, Uni- Clt
rersity avenue, Rochester, N. Y. See anjtlier
column.
Forniile by Langhllu Bros. A Co., wlioleI4le
druggists, Wheeling, W. Vn.
PHOTfleBiPuv
T II. BIGGINS,
F
Photographer,
no8 42 Twelfth street. j
DLA-TINOTYPES. OH
* > am
The flnt made In the dty are now on exhibition at
Myles' Art Studio. ^
**Call ani examine them. ae23
61
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. ,
1205 MARTET STREET. Oil
Entrance oppoeite MeLure House. not
EDUCATIONAL.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY. ~
Hlne department* o! itudr; text-boolu furnlahed I
nt coNtt calendar arranged to lutt tmchera; oxpenaea
(or one year from 8175 to 8200t non-nocturia!),
liberal, thorough, fall term bcgini Hep.
tcmbrr 3d, 1ST I).
For catalogues anil other Information apply If
to the President, J. R. 'Thompson, Morgantowc, Hi
Weat Va. aul ^
TN THIS age of Commerce and In theM go-a-hrad i
J-tlmea, tho creating demand la for thoroughly i
trained men (or bualneM. Our Institution offcra un. i
aurpaaacd fccllltlca to joum and middle aged men rm
for obtaining a Practical Education. A abort time &
only la required to complete tho courao of itudy, <i
Ex pontes light. Indlrldual inatruction. Student* can '
X-" V.?i?p.?Sbd.rS2 2
<n>?^? poblUUd. i mirk for tank. , 1
MERCHANT TAILORS.
pi'LL LINE OF GENTLEMEN'S
FALL & WINTER
UNDERWEAR,
AT
FHOS. HUGHES & CO.'S
NO. 1211 MARKET STREET.
w28 (
Popular Frlcoa.
? T.C. Moffati
Popular PriMt.
Popular Prlcct.
MerchantTallof, j
Il
Mm! Flit
Meat Fit. I
22 NO. 27
NoatFlL TWELFTH ST., NoatFlt.
?
W
at
pi
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Bi
Take* pleaauro In announcing W
Uut ho bus now racalved a full ^
DreaaSulU. "M
Droea Sulta.
Dreao Sulta. ^
IZ12 NEW NOVELTIES J
Dreaa Sulta. 0?
Hi
Or
1
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IN ?
Oi
Ini
?I.M? O..I1.
uilncM SulU. I qJ
r:r Winter Fabrics i
?tt
lUifleu SulU. B?
TU
mloees SulU. I
thi
Ffa
CU
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to
Ba
TV
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OrercoaU.
B
Orcreoata.
Overcoat*. ?
Ortrooau. ECLIPSES ANYTHING
Overcoat*. C
rut
Overcoat*.
Heretofore exhibited to the ?
I
Wt
Bel
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Gn
WHEELING PUBLIC, c*
V?l
Bal
nlihiuf Qoodi. ^
nUblng Good*. Boi
nUhlug Gooda ?5
Diahiog Goodi. Canine bis Stook before gj
obhlog Goods. _
nlililng Goodi. Wl
Bel
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Nfl
Gt
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wo. 27 S
" TWELFTH ST &
1 ~1
Ch
ail &-Winter Goods -!
Bo
ral
gn
I. HESS & SON,;
01
lerchant Tailors_
or. Main and Fourteenth Sts., have juit ^
received a New Stock of I
libs,
[?
Cassimeres, i
Wettings and J
Overcoatings, u,
-mall
& Winter Wear. jj
w
&
ITMEN AKD BOYS'SUITS MADE TO J,
DEB, in Lateet Stylea and at Loweit Prioee, u
la perfect fit guaranteed. yj
Pi
II Wool Knit Jackets.!
K
FULL LK> Of 0
ENTS* FURNISHING GOODS. ?
White Shirts udi to Ordtr.
,Ve lnrtto the pnblio to oil wd exjunlno ?
r stock, feeling Moored wo can offer roper- 11
1 Inducements. U
C. HESS & SON. J
ihll
MACHINERY AND BOILERS.
HE CENTRE FOUNDRY CO.'
fa
MANUFACTUBKB8 OF c
1RINE & STATIONARY BOILERS,
SHEET I BON WORK, FIRE FRONTS,
J BATE BAB*, COAL CAB WHEELS, STEAM (
ENGINES, MILL AND MACHINEBY CASTINQB,
HOUSE FBONTS AND OBNA- ,
MENTAL CASTINGS, AO, Ao. (
)ILER AND MACHINERY REPAIR WORK j
will ucsvb rxoura jLTramov. {
WThlrty-foar jun practical experience. 1
"Moderate charge*?Unequalled facUltiea. ,
OTo* Bali CuAr.-OaoMioo4.hand Boiler II
it long, * iMbet dlam., 2-11 I oar. one Portable ,
Mrr lo laches dian., 14 label 4>* teat tag, 1% dlam,
{feet Ore box.
Oil MAIN ST, WHEELING, W VA
?pM
AWYEB8' BRIEFa-Tho Daiit 1*.
o*" pronpUT m
?????a
h flWANOIAL.
JJAKK 09 TBS OHIO VALLEY.
OOOMOl TO TE1
Vim National Bark or Want!***
Capital 4350,00?.
Wit 1, Iiirr, PnddanU | Wm. B. Bumov, ttoc P.
Monejr ncclved on depodt.
InUrwt paid ?a ipedal dtpodU.
A |*n?ral H*nklrg Bu>lu?MrouUuoUd with *? *
mm tad
MUOtOll I
John K. Boteford, John L. Uobtn,
geob 8. RhodM, Btorjr II. Uarpcr,
Wni, A.Turner, Wio. A. Iwtt,
0.' . Divh. a. M. Adawi.
WUlltm B. tkapon,
Of affWQE APAM8, Ouhkf.
jjJXOH A.NGK BAM K.
J. V. Yamcb, Prut Han't. LAuaxui, V. f.
? *
3APITAL 4900,000 ,
UARII.mr n? u?in*tii???u?
?? - WW W.W-tUUMJMO ........ 4W,W
Thli Bank lucceedi to Us* badneea of the Merchant!
National Bank, and dwli In OaU>, Coupoui, CowinwiMl
Paper and BUla of Exchange.
Internet paid onHpuclal DenoaiU.
Collection! made on all polnta and procMdi promptly
Accounts ot Banktn and Buitnea Man aollcltod.
BtockholUeri 1 labia to Depoaltora according to the
mutation of the 8 tale the aame aa la National
links,
DOUKTOnt
tV. Vance, B. Horkhelwer,
B. Delaplaln, D. (Jutman,
A.W.IeUj. Win. Klllugnam,
Bam'l LMvxiun, John Frtw.
Crawford Booth*
)JU JOHN J. JONES, Oaahlar.
TRANSPORTATION.
P1TT8BUKGH. CINCINNATI AND ST.
L L0U1B RAILWAY-PAN HANDLE BOUTt.
r7n?MMOBBBB^nwapeginnm?t
WW.W *T k M . ?' W'TTW
Time Tabla East and Weet, November 10th, 1879.
Trains leave Pan llamlla Depot, loot ot Eleveulfc
reet, near PubUa Unding, dally except Sunday, aa
>llowa:
ooi wm nn.
Throufhi
Wheeling Tlmo. Exprow. Fait Line. Acton.
Leave?
'heelings *7:C0a.K. *4:57 r. u, 'fcllf.*.
Arrlfa?
ellabnw7;* " 5:12 ' ?i20 u
eubrnrDli 1:10 " 6:05 M 7:a0 "
tuburjh 10.'20 ? TM " U:*S ?
irrtiburg 10;65 p. k. 4:00 A. M.
Utlmore*. 7:40 11
aahluxton 9:02 " ..............
illadelptila. ftMi.it "
iw York ...^.1 H
taH .^.| 4:20 P. n.| 8:Mr.M,
*omw WKBT.
Pac. Fait West,
Exp'a Lino. Bxp'i Mall.
Leave? A, v. p. *.
healing u rn
irrirfr?
robanTilia 1:10 *06 .....~.
A.M.
41*? 11:66 *06 mmwv
A.M.
nnlwn ll:f0 1:30 .........
f ,f.*.
iwark.................... 2:18 HAS
A.M.
liunbui..., ...... 8:20 12:66 ..,?.... .........
*ay? p. x x.u. i. I.
lumbQa.?.HMMM.,.WIMNM 8:40 U16 6:80 10:00
trrivw- p. m.
7 ton. _ 1:86 7:?0 1:00
trtnnill,..^^^ |;0C MO 11:10 IM
iUnapoliiMM.MMM......... 11:00 12:66 5:66
A.M.
Loola. 7:10 ...^ 0:00
lcago 7:80 8*0
frtlni leaving Columbua at 8.40 r. m. anil o.ao a. M.
i daily. TUrwugh Cbluigo express leave* Columbua
II J. except Sunday, at 6.40 [p. m., with tiering car
ached, arriving In Chicago at 7.80 next morning,
rth* can be eecurad In advance at Union Depot
Jcet Office,'Colatnbua.
hUlman'a Palace Drawing Boom Sleeping Car*
?ugh without change from Htebenvllfe fast to
Utdelphla and Now York. Weet to Golombuf,
iciunall, Louisville, Indianapolis and fit Louis.
?or through Tickets, Baggage Checks, Bleeping Oar
ommodatioM. and any lurtaor information, apply
JOS. M. BELLEVnls, Ticket Agent at Pan
ndle Depot, foot ot Eleventh atroot, or at City
iket Office, under UcLure Houae, Wheeling.
D. W.CALDWELL,
Gcn'lManager, Columbua, O.
W. L. O-BBIENT^
Gon'l Pan. and Ticket Agent Columbua, O.
IOIO _____
k i T
at wiiiu ItAILKUAD CO.
)n and titer May 18, 1879, Pwenger Train* will
> M followa?WheollDK Time:
Eut-beund. No. 8. No.7p No. 1. No48*
-e*T?- A. M. A. tt. P. *. A. M.
icollng... 6:46 10:85 6:06 7:10
lalm. 6.00 10:40 fclO
irrlm at? p.m. p.m.
itUm. ? 10:10 8:18 10-J0 AM
P. M. A.M.
mberland 2J0 8:00 2M
whlngton CJty~ 8:00 ?....... 7:80 MMMM.
tlmore. ....... t-.lO 8:40
A. U. P. It.
lladdpkla 8:06 1:45
w York. 8:28 0:00 H<MMM
I A. M.
rton. 4:20|......... 0:16
Dally w?pt Band?]r.
io.4Sitopa at allgtationa between Wnecliog and
Uton. .
Wart-bound. No. 8. No. 2.* No. 10.
jeaveiMlln|...MNM..
8:08 A. M. 4.08 P. M. 11.18 P. V.
H'1 ... ... 8: SO ?? lilt 11 II U
Lrrite at? "
a?vllle_......^ 12:15 P.M. 8.45 " 1.01 A. M.
nrk 1:28 " 10.00 ? 4.11 u
lumbui.. MO " 11.-00 " 5J# "
adoiky^.,^. 7:00 " hmwhmw 10.00 M
iclnnntL......... 8:00 6:aoA.M. 10.80 M
ilanipolla 11:00 " ..***********, 12.56 r.M,
LoulI....,_ 7:80 A. M. ....... 9.C0 "
lc*T) 8.-00 " M* ?
'Ihuly except Sunday.
So. 10 on baturday night nas no connection lor
Jeaao or 8anduskv.
Pullman Palace, Drawing Boom and Bleeping On
all night trains.
"lose connections are made for all points Bonth and
uthweet, North and Northwest, making this a denials
route lor colonists and persons moving to the
?t West, and to whom particular atteutlon ligiven.
WHEELING, PITTS. AND BALTIMOBE DI"V.
to Wheeling. .5.50 a. m. 1.80 p. m*
Trladelphla Accommodation.
ares Wheeling ...6.40 a.m. 5.00p.m.
rickets to all principal points on nit at Depot,
flea open it all nours during the day.
Information to the traveling public cheerfully given.
W. M. CLEMENTS, M.oiT.
B. T. DEVBIES, Gen'l Agent, Whetlln*.
myll
^LEVELAUD k PITTSBURGH B. B.
J QONDRN&KD TIMB TAB LB,
GOING EAST AND WEST.
Da and after May 25th, 1879, Trains will nut dally
ceept Bandar,) as follows:
I Through Trains to Pittsburgh*
1 Through Trains to CUivoland.
i Through Trains to Chicago.
Pullman's Parlor Can between Wellrvllls and
oveland.
Hotel and Bleeping Gars ea all Trains between AN
moo and Chicago.
Accom. Mali. Kxprtee.
Leave?
lllAlra..^......^ 6.00 A.M. 10.50 A. M. 8.85 P. M.
Mieport ? 6.10 " 11.00 " >.45 M
ubenvilli# 7.08 " 11.58 4.40 "
ellavilie ... 8.20 " 1.10 P.M. 5.60
>cbsster.....^^... 9.90 ? 100 8.40
Arrive?
tUburgh^.^...^. 10.85 " 8.(0 7.4B "
Itoona 5.55 F.M. 8.85 u 12.15 AM.
arrliburg .............. 10.55 11 12.85 A.M,| 4.00
iltimore. 7.40 A.M. 7.40 " I 7.40
Mhlnjtoti 9.02 M I 9.12 M I 9.03
lllnleTphls 8.00 M 1 8.50 ? I 7.40
w Tort, 8.00 ? 1 6.45 11045 M
jeton ...... ?.*.i a ** - - ' ?
w.o? r.??
ArnTo I
IlUnc* " 5.19 ?
erenna 1.11 " 6.88 .?
udion... _...... 1.89 " IX) ~
leTeland I 2.45 ? 7.36 "
AniTOanafleld
4.40 " 9.20 u
UWajne \UM " 2.40 A
hk*gO..?...,..?,.,.....l 6.00 A.M. 8.00 "
tUubmtUU Aocommodaiion?L**V(* Bollalre at 4.45
, m., Bridgeport 5.00 p. in.; arrivea at Bteubenirtlle it
15 p. m.; leavea Bteubentllle at 7.50 a. m. and artea
at Bridgeport at 8.55, and Bellalre at 9.10 a. m.
The BleubenvlUe Accommodation, In addition to
iwlr regular trip to and from BteubcnvUle, will make
le following tripe betwoen Bellalre and Martin'*
to&Iartln'a Ferry.................lO.O.I a. m. A
T* " " 1:05 p.m.
" Bellalre .*.11.80 a. m.
" " ...? 8.45 p. 10.
topping when required at Bberman Howie, jKtnailie,
Weet Wheeling and Gravel 11111.
Tickets and Baggage Checka to all principal polnta
atheEaatand Weal can be procured at the Ticket
ffloeln Bridgeport
P. B. M YEB8,
I?9 General Paaaengty and Tloket A gen
[NMAN LINI??UNITED 8TATE8 AND
L ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, NEW YORK TO
ICEEHBTOWN AND LIVERPOOL,
Ewory Tharaday or Saturday*
TTY OP BERLIN ......... -.-5491 Tona
3TY OP RICHMOND 4807 "
3TY OP CHESTER M
3TY OP MONTRBAL.....~.<..tMMM.M.?MM..4490 "
TTY OP BRUSSELS J775 M
3TY OP NEW YORK J500 "
Theae magnificent ateamera are among the atrongeit,
argeet and lasteat en the Atlantic, and have rrery
nodern iinproYement, Including hot and cold water
mil electric belli in aUterooma, revolving chalra In
lalooni, bath and ilooking rootna. barber anope, etc.
For ratea of paaaage and other Information, apply to
JOHN I). DALE, Agent, 81 Broadway, 5. Y.
Dr to JOHN BAILIE, Union R. B. Offloet TH03.
O'BRIEN, Wimwe. drffritwE
SOOK AND JOB PRINTING?AT THE
Dailr Intelligencer Job Otfioe you can get all
la of Book and Job Printing on theahorteat notice
it the loweat price and In tbu beat itylooi the art
Nee. 21 and 17 Fourteenth BL

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