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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, December 15, 1879, Image 2

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HOBDAY HOBJIIJfU, DECK1II1KB IS.
MOUBIMVH.I.K UAII.ItUAD XCCTIMU
OS MTIIHDir.
The 4 (Italian Commenced In Jmrslmll
t?Riilr-KBloHDIiHiillR| Voire I u tbe
MHUDI.
According to announcement, a meeting
In the interest o{ the proposed river railroad
was beld at Moundivillo on Saturday
afternoon. While It was not as large a
meeting as It might have been, and ought
to have bacn, still, as In the esse ol the
meeting In this city on the ttth, it was to a
certain extent a representative meeting,
inasmuch as a number of the leading
people of the town and country were present
Tall oaks from little acorns grow, and
great railroads and other public improvetnants
Iisua fliu!r daw n( email Knirinnlnna
" ,MV" X"*J
(3Nr?t there la the voice ol one crying in
the wilderness, then there In an echo somewhere,
and gradually the grand chorus is
ilarted Into life. Do Witt Clinton, solitary
ad alone, began the agitation of the
great Erie Canal. Thos. H. Bon ton was
thu pioneer of the idoa of a railroad to the
Pacific occaa. Geo. Stephenson had to
oonvlnce the British parliament, and all
the great men of his day, hy actual experiment,
that a locomotive would stick to a
track of iron rails, and Fulton built his
first steamboat amid the jeers of the multitude.
There is always opposition or apathy
to overcome in every project that promises
much for the public. Too often its
Inception l? chilled almost to death by the
frowns o( those who are content with
things as they are. Once a railroad is
proposed, the outcry commences that it
will involve expense, ana perhaps taxation.
Many of these who own land on its
route make up their minds at once to get
a big price for tho right of way, while
others arc so narrow and blind that they
prefer dullness and^lowoess, and all the
old and expensive methods of marketing
what they raise, to soeing a foot of the
oil thejr own converted to the public
use.
This is not surprising when'we remember
that it took more than a generation to
change the Hint-lock muskets of our army
into percussion rifles. Time and time
again the educatod otlicers of the service
pronounced in favor of the-flint-locks.
Nothing but the inexorable exigencies of
exDerienco in the last Indian wars before
the rebellion, could modify their opinions,
and even at the outbreak ot tho rebellion
there were. still those who advocated the
Hint-locks.
So Is it with all Bach projects as tho proposed
railroad down the river, through the
counties ol Marshall, Wetaol, Tyler, Pleasants
and Wood. Because the road cannot
go to Parltersburgby two or throe different
routed there are those who Bay that it
Khali uot go at all, as far as their voices
are concerned. This, too, notwithstanding
the experiences of lost winter and
the past summer and tall, whereby, one
would suppose, all opposition to a railroad
would be forever hushed, and its coming
welcomed as a deliverer from solitude, isolation
aad all manner of deprivation.
However, It took ten plagues to make
the Egyptians willing to let the Israelites
go, and it may, for ought wo know, take
ten such seasons as last winter and this
fall to secure such unanimity of senti
ment down the river as will final!} reault
in proper aid to the proposed raiiroad.
As long ago as 1830, a far seeing citizen of
Cincinnati lifted up his voice in favor of a
railroad that would connect Cincinnati
with the Southern seaboard. It has
taken forty-three years to accomplish what
that one man thus early discerned as a
geographical necessity to Cincinnati. Today
his name is held in high honor by
the people of that city. Had he been
properly seconded in his day by the people
along the line, in the States of Kentucky
and Tennessee, his proposed railroad
would havo paid for itself a dozen
times over, in the shape of direct and indirect
profits and advantages. The country
would have been better developed and the
people would have had better markets for
all their products, while Cincinnati would
have had one-third more people within its
limits than it has to-day. To know an opportunity
and embrace it was one of the
grand maxims of the Seven Wise Men of
<ireeuo. uuw imv people, euuer inuiviuually
or collectively, know when to take'
udvnntago ot tliat tide In their affairs,
which, as Shakespeare has said "taken at
the liood leads on to foitune," but,
omitted, binds "in shallows*' all their
future efforts.
There in a tide now in the affairs of the
peoplo along the route between here and
Porkereburg. If those concerned can only
be made to realize it,the much needed railfroad,
tbat, had it beeu built ten years ago,
would have added dollars enough to the
market value ot their products to have more
than paid (or Itself, will at last bo built. If
thev do not realize it. and if thev deter
Inline not to give it effective Bid, it vill die
out, and, as in the case ot the Cleveland
and Pittsburgh road, the project will go to
tlie other side ol the river, and then, as Mr.
Hubbard said at the McLure Houso meeting,
those of us now .advocating it will
not live long enough to see a railroad.bnilt
long llie West Virginia shoro.
The following Is the Sunday tinm-Lcttcr't
account ol the meeting at Moundsviile on
Saturday:
In accordance with the announcement
heretofore made, the meeting iu the interest
of the Wheeling and Parkeraburg
railroad was called to order in the Court
House of Marshall county at 2 o'clock
Satnrday afternoon. While the meeting
was not a large one, It was made up with
such material as impressed one with the
idettmt what was lacking In numbers and
enthusiasm was mado up with a determination
to push the proposed survey to
completion, on the part of those present
Mr. Vincent L. Cockayne wag chosen
rrcjuueni, ami air, a. d. oruucu, ui uio
Onimwra'ol, Secretary.
Mr. McConnellmade a few opening remarks
and called upon Judge Cochran, ol
this city, to address Iho mooting.
Judge Cochran responded in a brief
manner to the invitation, and said he w&a I
not prepared to make a speech in advocacy
ol ibo proposed road, but had left i
the matter to Mr. A. \V. Campbell, while i
bo would coufiuo himself to atatlatlca ]
allowing the number o( townships, towns I
and population, and also the estimate of '
the cost of construction. Ho said that i
skirting the Ohio Biver between Wheel- t
ing and Parkenburg, a distance of leu i
than on* Luudrtd miles, then are nine t
:ountiee, liz In West Virginia and tbrco f rh
n Ohio; alao, skirting the river there are Sl"?c
hlrty-aeven townships, twenty-one In
Weil Virginia and sixteen in Ohio, with Mr'
twenty-five cities and towna, ilx ol which meet!
ue sonnty Mats, directly on the river bywl
shore. i
In relation to the population along the f"n,
uld lirre he laid: We know the popnla- be < '
lion ol Wheeling by actual cenaua, In reaull
July, tbla year, to be 28,428. Take the Mr
rate ol Increase of Parkeraburg between uoulll
1860 and 1870 (which was 122 per cent) neH
by the Federal cenaua as a hula, and ahe the n
should now have a population of 11,040, Mr
pay 10,000. The rata of Inerease la this publ|
Congressional district for the decade ond- ?( ,
lng 1870 was by that cenaua over 14 per the ]
cent. Katlng the population of the said the
townships outside ol the cities named, wou|
they ahould now have a population of 18,- ,titul
700, making a total population on onralde w[tfa
of the river, on the linraedlate line of the Co
road, of 67,218, By Ihe census of 1870 the w|th
population of cities, towns and townships Coun
on the Ohio side of the river was 41,011. inter
Bellalre, since then, has had an Increase of gag0
noarlr. or ouite. lOOper cent, but surpoae mil,.
the averauo lncreue to have been 15 per I WU I
cent, which is a low estimate, a* the Wen1
largest ratio of Increase along the river. jon
and they should now have a population oi wer'fl
107,380 in the thirty*seven townships on B0U8
the river, through the very centres of iDtr
which the aoad will run.
lie devoted considerable time in argu- |'??i
iug the advantages of building a narrowgauge
in preference to a broad-guage. The WeJU
narrow-gauge, he said, would do all the 80
hauling necessary for any territory; it was 80m(
fiaio for the conveyance of passengers, and .
taking into consideration its cheapness, it re
was being universally adopted. beloi
Mr. A. \V. Campbell, of the iKTiLuaxM- who
cbk, was invited forward, and p.polte at ?' P?
considerable length in advocacy of the wore
road. He said theio belongs to overy lino with
of railroad a certain kind of argument mtos
suitable to itself. To present the claims bat 1
of this road properly one would have to tioni
ascertain the amount of shipping done cidei
from this point, and so on along Chai
the length of the proposed line. He Am<
spoke of the exorbitant freight tariff com* they
plained of by the residents of Marshall pot
county las year over the Baltimore and ? "
Ohio road, and showed that had competi- sum
tion been brought to bear upon the Haiti- eatal
more and Ohio road such a stato of affairs We 1
would have been averted, and the people
I of Marshall would not have had to pay
I mnro for carrvlnir freight from Maiinritu iny
ville to Baltimore than shippers from
Chicago to the seaboard. Ho laid while Jjl of
the new schedule -was more in conformity
with justice and equity than the old one,
the people did not know how long it wi
would remain so, and the only true aalva- ?1?
tion a community had in matters of rail- "'
roada is for the people to have two strings
to their bow. Here was a golden op- wllc<
portunity for Marshall county to avert 1
any complaint similar to the one made "ml
last year. le '
Mr. Campbell spolte of the immense
business done by the various lines of turn
steamboats, and argued that the railroad wuk
would, at no distant day, reap the bonctlts V'
now enjoyed bv the boats. If the im- Ful
mensearaountol capital invested iasteam- ,ttMI
boats would pay dividends, he saw no rea- I*l,,u
son, if economy and honesty was oxer- Va
cised in the management of the railroad, "jjl
why it would not pay for itself in a few Th(
years. A great deal of complaint came .
from parties on account of a supposed in- ,.?
crossed taxation. It was true that the . ri
ratio of taxation increased as tho value of
property increased through any improvementa
that might be made upon it, but it hi,
was an increase that would produce good n,
results in the future, and instead of beiag ho.j
a drain upon the tax payers, the revenues 2a'cl
ol the road would flow in and relieve them to mi
in a greater degree than it had hardened ??
tlmm
Ex-State SenatorPrice followed, but as U
his remnrka rapidly bourne pergonal and
drew Mr. (i. S. McFadden into on argu- CO
ment entirely foreign to the subject, we
will not produce them.
Messrs. McDonnell, Hannen and others
spoke in sympathy with the enterprise, !
and the meeting adjourned, all feeling that
the smouldering embers of the river road ..
bad been fanned iuto a blaze that -would
eventually light Marshall county unto that 2
high road to prosperity which she so justly
deserves.
J?
Twelve Pound* Pork lo the BuhImiI. nun
Fork at 4} cents gives tho successful
feeder 54 cents a bushel for his corn. At
5 cents gives him DO cents a bushel for his nn
corn. Nil
It has beon shorn by repeated experi- ""
menta that weli-brod Poland-China or
T)..l?k!?. ...I.a II) 1. .f
USIUU1ID DITIUD ?HI JUUUUW pUUIlUH Ul
pork for a bushel of com under favorable luji
circumstances.
Though this is shown to be one of the
possibilities of a bushel of corn, it does not
by any means follow that every farmer, or Lo
even the average farmer, can count on ^
twelve pounds of pork for every bushel of ==
corn fed to pigs.
On the other band the average farmer,
with average hogs of mixed breeds and no
breed at all, does not make more than six
pounds of pork to the bushel of corn.
Professor Ban bora, of the New Hamp- Cent
sliire IAgricultural College, made 11.33 w p
pounds of pork for each bushel of corn
fed. It was ground, and the meal mixed U#t.
with water. He does not consider tills the P ?
most economical method of producing pork ??
nor one by which the highest results can ?
be attained. Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, B &
and J. Sullivant, of Ohio, have shown that
it will pay to fatten hogs on corn alone, c#at'
but that pork can bo produced more p
cheaply if a portion of the pork be made
on grass and clover. From a list of oxperlmentsmadeby
several different persons p.c.
iu different States, the lowest reported average
was five and three-quarter pounds batwi
of pork from a bushel of corn fed on the tj"
ground, and the highest, an average of lh*fj
twenty pounds, was made by feeding a tin'i
pair of good pigs green corn in the ear.
There are thirteen experiments set (orth, v?
nml the average number of pouuds maile
lor every busliel ot corn fed made ten
pounds of pork. Wl
There are those who hold the view that / >M
unless we can average ten pounds of pork
to tlio bushel, wo can not aflord to feed ?
corn to hogs. It will pay better to sell the
corn. If we can average ten pounds, we w
will generally get more than forty ceits ?;
per bushel ior our corn, and unless we can i
make forty cents for corn, it is doubtful if t
corn and hog raising can be made proflta- ?
; bio from year to year. The years inwhish *{!:
the former makes a hit of good crops, anil i
big prices will tend to keep his courage up n
and his faith strong, in corn and hogs, so \
that if lie makes loss from disease or short m
crops, ho,will hope for better luck next ?
year anil try again. So the posslbiltles of 2:
pork raising are snch that the average t
farmer can hope for success in this line of *
farming. Just now the boom of pork >11,
makes the farmer with a short corn crop in
feelless disconsolate, and the number of ,lc"
pigs raisod next year will be the greater
lor the present advance in priceB. p'?
The Uellalre and Woodallcid Harrow T 1
Gang*.
W'oodifield Ouette.
At a meeting ol the Directors, held last wh"
Friday, it was decided to more the general
office from liellaire to this place. President
Mooney was also authoriaed to buy
another engine, and he and Mr. Henry
aro now in the East negotiating for one.
Two more passenger coaches were to be
shipped on the 8th inst. The matter of a
telegraph line was postponed until next
meeting. Only one regular train each
way la now running, and No. 3 engine is J)
being used to haul ballast and the stock
trains. The read is doing a large business
ind the trains are makino- vapv onnrl timo. ortu
Superintendent Hurt has * good force at ,
ivork ballasting up the new road at this *
snd of the line, uhe new temporary enjino
house at thia Place, put up by U. W.
Cellar, is now ready for use, and the depot .
juilding will be flniahed in a short time. 5 ?"
Che energetic 1'reaident, Mr. Moonoy, fj?"'
ibly assisted by the Directors, la getting 8
hings in shape as fast as possible to b?
ibie to meet the wanta of the patrons of Undo
lie road. >tn
??i??????
> mn* of nan in ?m vintm*.
t from till pracM^lDgi d! Um Fiikanburs wool ?=r
in mooting. U'
, Hopkins atated the sbject o( the ?jj
ng waj to formulnte some achemes _if
licli sheep breeders end wool growers "JM
ie protected In their pursuits. And ^
velt upon the ravages that every year
1* to aheep from the ravages ol dogs. o'cl.
. Cockayne stated that Marshall JJ
ly would eogage largely In the bull- Ltd
II there were more protection against f
"jSudsonThought the education of A/
c sentiment wae the beat means -IT.
-eachlng the desired end. That (
wlltlcUni were too much in fear of
dog owners to enact any law that
d in any way interfere with the con.tonal
rights of doga to mnrdet sheep 5*
impunity. _2
1. Uuall stated that he was acquainted o
the several citizens of Washington O
ty I'a., who bad sold tbeir farms, and T]
ided to move to West Virginia to euin
aheep husbandry; but upon inr
they learned of the fact that there
110 protection against dogs, and they .
;Wesfc And so, intheapeakersopin- ?
would it continue to he, until there C
i greater Inducements offered to per- J
who deelred to enrage ill wool crow- 1
8tl
? ? ? 'PI
>!?ofLars* EspMlatloH In Bro?k? .<
Counlj?The Hfldp Family. j
burs llcraUI. ?
me ten or twelve years ago there wu Jithing
ol an excitement hereabouts,
igard to ? large fortune In England ,
aging to the Hedge family, gome of prJ
m reside in this county and a couple Jot
irties, Dr. Hedge and a Mr. Wilson, w
i sent over to look alter it Tiiey met ,
the usual difficulties attending auch ?
Ion#, and came back unaucceeeful then, A
the report now :ia that the legal quesi
connected with the claims were de- 1
J in the English High Court of on
ncery in January last, favorable to the .
iricsn claimants, and we understand a*
are making arrangements to make '
I their claims at once. The property -p
i the Bank of England?a very large I
?belonging t? thirty-eight different
:es of wliich the Hedge estate is one. ,
shall be glad to hear of their success. Is
- Pn
HARRIED.
IT8-C0R80N.?On Thuredor erening, D?. <1
er 11.187?, at the rteldeDceol toe bride, by Re*. ?
Uaruit i, James K. Potti and CajuueT. Co wok,
Whwlng.
MED. 011
LCOX.-OnHuodar morning, December 14,1879, .
o'clock, Ma*t B. WILCOX, in the 39th year ot I
le.
tieral from the residence ol her brother, Anthony
)i, No. 2318 Main street, tUU morning it hall..
.k.t.Mll. In .lln.1 1
tins will be taken te Barrackirllle, W.V*., (or insnt.
LKINSOX ?At 4 20 A. u . 8unday, December
79, May, eldest daughter, sod at 8:15 r. M., J
e A., jouogeat daughter of George E. and M. F.
Inwm.sgtd respectively? rears, 2 monthaand 16
and 9 jrtara, 8 months snd 18 daja. acj
uoral from residence of parints, Mo. 3110 Eofl j?t
t,TueeJay morning at 10 o'clock. Friends of &
y ruipectiullf lurlted to attend. *'
NCE-On Friday morning, December 12. 1879, ?*
ik D , daughter of J. Nelson ltd Llllie E. Vance, cti
* months. i,u
i funeral will tike place Iron the rwldence of inj
?rente, on Main itreet, Monday, the ISth init., <
A. m. The friends of the family are respectfully I
Ml to attend. f
TEBS.?Oo Sunday, December 14, 1879, at 12
:k noon, William Farias, In the 85th year of all
goe
funeral will take place from his late residence, _J
302 Main itreet, Tuesday, December 18, 1879, at
ock p. x. The friends of the family are invited
;end. ^
NDERTAKINU.
FF1NS AND CASKETS, .
ALL KINDS AND SIZES. ?
Shrouds. Crane. Gloves. Ac. f.L
-No Charge (or Euth Hacks, Ac., at LowmI to!
7 Prices.
INK & MOREHEAD,
FUBNITURB AND CABPET ROOMS, {{
S 1117 MAIN STREET. lb
[klin cork. c. wm. mayer.
COEN &MAYER.
VELTY PLUG MILL;
AND U.
BOX FACTORY, ?
DEALEB3 IN
[BELV
6U1NQLE8, H
8A8H
MOULDINGS, AC. w
* rstei. Call and see us. Offlce and mill, Twenitreet,
East o( Cbaplioe. uolO
TRAVELERS' 6UIDE. ,
defaetoke of teaiks?whekliw8 time. ^
a. m. a. m. r. m. r. m. Pi
4 33 10:85 6:05 ...?. ad
p. m. be
0. Dir 3:03 C-OBf 11:15 ce!
. A B. DIT 6:43 1:40 6:80* 4 29*
a. u. r. u.
A Pit La.. 6:10 11:08 8:53 6:061
r.u. Or
A 8t 1 7.-CO 4 57 5:12
ajuuval or teaim. 0q
a. m. r. v. a. x. r. *.
(J. ........... *05 6:00 11:00 J
0. DIt?11:80 6:4C 7:16 T
. A B. Dir........... 10:25 6.-06 7:sS'
f. x. r. m. a. m.
4 Pitta 12:28 6:46 8:10 8:30J
a.m. A. m.
A8t.L. 8:22 11:82 7:27 Vfi
iadelnhla Accommoditlon,?Thia train only run*
tea WUtellng ana Trladelphia. _#
illy exeunt Sunday?Newark Accommodation. ,
eubflnvlllfl Accommodation.?ThU train during Ji
ar paiMs backward and lonrard between Mar- ar
terry and Beltalre, atopplsg when required at fn
nan Houae, iKtcarllie, Weat Wheeling and
alHUL uc
TIME TABLE. I*
? ah
leellng and Elm Grove Railroad. ,
AND AFTEB THURSDAY. December 11,1879. R
Cm. will lent WtamliDjf, tit. Ballailtw Vli ')
brook Park aa follows: OI
Leave ML Belle- ?P
Lea/e view forWhoel- Leave
neellng. log. Uornbrook fark. ifc
40a.m. 7:25a m. 7:00a.m. J",
20 " 8:05 " 7.40 ?
nt q-*a " oak ii th
.JO ' 10:05 ' 10:80 "
:10 ? 10:88 11:58 ?<
:M ? 12 20 P.M. 1:20 P.M.
20 p M. 1:05 ? 2:15 ? .
:03 " 1.45 ?? 4.10 ' w
45 ' 8: 0 " 6:18 "
:10 " 345 " 7:00 80
10 " 4:85 " 8:2 i " an
:S5 " 6:00 9:00 " ,
:0? ;; ?:4t " w
:40 " 7:21 " ?
21 " 8:*0 " Rt
80 ? 10 .18 " M
inning only to Ht. Ballerler. eri
sirs car will laare the city alter church Mr- ftr'
on Sunday morning. Fc
TURES AND ART MATBWIAL8- ha
I EAT YOUR "CHERUBS AT '
HOME" with an immediate Yialt to A"
[>Of5 MAIN STREET, ?
?Mr. KIRK hai the ft neat and moat original m,
atock of ,
HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS /rt
mar probably bm for a lifetime. del 3
ii.. jjr
IT SUPPLIES, in
SHELLS, PANEL8. ft1
COLOR BOXES, ? ,
SCRAP ALBUMS,
SCRAP PICTURES, on
, rtfilv*l at Mr Lure Houm Art Store.
| E. L. MICOLL, A lent.
ON'T FORGET _<
Thit the place for
t FI0TURE8, _
iLWUKl FRAMES, J
TRENCH GLASS SHADES,
WAX FLOWER MATERIALS, ?j?
:eU, Wall Pockets. Flu Photograph jZ
M, Beautiful Panel Pictures and all one ou
KMi, Uat tM
HENRY FLOOD'S, gj
r the Oper* Howie, ou Fourteenth nr
?t. tle!2 m
HKW ADVEWTIUMINTI,
0 R 8ALE-fiTOOK OF GOODS OF
flnt?cla? country itore, near Wheeling. Willi*
cheap. OwDnrwIihMtoio Vtmu BaqnUeof
>15 JOB. BPELPKL A CO., Wboletale Otoeew,
[A8ONI0 FUNERAL NOTICE.
be mam ben o( Nalien Lodge No. #0, A. F. and A.
ire hareby nmamtd to meet at the Mionlc
It Boom on Tuieday, December 16, lift, at oae
ock r. v., iharp. to attend tha tunar&l of oar do*
?d brothir. William I'etera. The member! ut
o Lodge No. 1, Wheeling Lodge No. 8. and Bitot
gr No. 83, are frtUrnillr iorlted to atteoi, .
/. K. HUOHE8, W. M.
AS. WHKELBB. flec'y. <>18
[RS. KNOX'S FLUTING MACHINES,
IF THE VERY LATEST lXPROVKMBb'T,
Factory Prlcet, it the Hardware and Houat Furnlahlng
Store of
MB1TT Se BR4>.'A-1312 MARKET STREET
118
PARE RIBS,
KNDEKLOIN,
BACKBONES, de. at
D. C. LIST, ja'S,
'OR RENT?
'be Suit ol Rooini upstairs over Messrs. U?o. E.
(el A Co.'* drjr goods store, No. 1065 Ms Is street*
oailt Eleventh atrnl.
tpply to J AS. L. HAWLEY,
elS 1810 Main street.
IARIAN STATUARY AND
ROGERS' GROUPS.
["hew goods have only to he seen to be apiciatea
by the lovers of Art A choice utment
at
. 8 HUTCHIN8' AllT & MUSfO 8T0RB.
Iel6
p)TIOE?
[ forbid all persons from trusting ruy wife
my accoant without my consent, from this
to. J. P. BITTKR&
WnxxLwa, Dec. 13,1870. deltt*
^ESKS
AND
qunp LV 11 A TDTtSe
?-? ??a. x3.xvj.jjkj,
great variety and at all prlcw, for CbrUtinai
saenta.
FRIEND 1 SON, 1063 Mali Straet.
Ml
OPEBA HOUSE.
? Night Only?Saturday, December 20th.
AWRENCfBARRETT!
Supported by
ICR. EBEN PLYMPTON,
And a Superb Company, In a New Play entitled
fOBICK'S LOVE!
Che play will be produced with Ncv Scenery, char
.eriallc Muaic and appropriate Coatumea. The transion
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1880.
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BOSTON.
lets
JOSEPH SCHMATZINETZ,
scy Steam Dyer, Soourer & Repairer,
[0. ins Mtrkrt itrat, WbMllDl, W. V?., ?
?k Bridge. All tdndiol Shawl*, Dreaici, And erery
crtpilon of Silk and Woolen Good* executed it
rt notice and on reuonabia term*. Ulovee and
ither* clewed and dyed. All (Mori Warranted
t. All penona living at a dl*Unct?Irom my plac*
inform me ty poatal card that they have aomeag
In my line, and I will call for food* and deliver
m when finiihed. Please call and examine my
>w Window*. and yon will ee? the dipercnoe Bo?n
my work and that o( other*. You will And
rale*lower Uan at anjr other Ucoarer In theSURe.
ipso
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PHE1STMA8 GIFTS.
V Mlai D;iu, tMcher of Bnoi A Utooo'a palfDii
mr tM fcr miniature pftlotlllf to oil colon, on cobti
iUm. Pfaoiefrtpha br ibla > ma in mx
ran bMullliil ud t a Jurlog. wuJlo ?l IU1 Cbi
UMiliMt, WbMllni. AUMtn la tbm ?1U
fillod proasUy toa Tn aujpcrior ?tylt. TbtplUoM.
tb? puSueUroaptotfulj nlutlM br Mm Bfu.
Mil
^ VERV FINE USE OF
Ladies and font's Gold Watches,
Hither Key or Btotn Windwt. For?'.? ytry low,
JOHN 8B0KER'8, 3309 Jaoob Strut.
mat
"GOODIES" FOR CHRISTMAS
MB& U. 7.1 EG EN K EL DEB, Ho. <6 Tw?U
IrMt, has no* ready a lull
HOLIDAY STOCK
of FlneCandlee. PrulU, Nuta, Cikaeof all kludi,?
H?r choicei Fruit Oakea in noted. lee Cream, lai
quantity, delivered to all part* ol the dty, doll
REMEMBER!
We in offering GREAT BARGAINS
HOLIDAY GOOD!
CUMMINS & WOODS,
del IMS MAIN MTBEET.
AT
The Social and FeaLlval la the Lecture Boom ol
ST. HATTHEW'S CHURC
Nest Tueiday Erenlng, December lfltli,
YOU CAN GET
Agoodiupper, all awning after tlx o'clock. Befre
incntn ill evenlrg infancy urtlclei ?u liable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
, de!2 *
Holiday Present*
! Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Mufflers,
Silk Scarl
Full assortment of Goods for
GJ-entlemen's Wea:
In great variety and at very low prices.
THOS. HUGHES & CO
1211 MARKET STREET.
deia
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS
f
)
I
1 have how open and ready for Inspect!
a choice line of goods for the Holidays, in
Gold Band and Decorated
' Tea and Dinner Se
Fruit and Dessert Sets,
Toilet Sets,
} Vases and Jardlnler
? Motto Cups, Mugs,
Toy Tea Sets, To
0
? anil a large variety of Fancy Ornaments
numerous to mention.
o
>
Please call and examine my stock bel
buying.
! JOHN FRIEDEL
1130 MAIN STREET.
delS
JHE NEW ELECTRIC Bill
CHRIS. WINOHER,
SOI.E AQEHT.
. The Most Complete Burner in I
> Market.
Every family wants and will purchase this bui
, for the following reasons:
First?Its simplicity; being uully changed f
3 lull light to the small night lamp blaxe.
? 8econd?It leaves no smell or odor, the small i
' having all tho advantage of draft that the large i
has.
, Third?It prevents all explosion, giving no chi
t for gusto accumulate In the latnp.
Fourth?Only one wick bums at once, as one is
r tlnguiihed as soon ssthe other U lighted, both w
1 being operated by the same ratchet.
Filth?It la cheap, belt g easily applied to any la:
r GHBIN. WINCHKK,
; JolO S04 MAIN BTRKgf.
j JUJRNITUBE AND
1 PABLOB FIXTURES
Few Styles PARLOR SUITS from WO 00 npwa
Bedroom Hulls In lateet style*. New designs of 4
\ ^tuples of Lace Curtains and Window Blinds fi
. (Oo upward.
All kinds of Trimmings for lambrequins.
Fringes, Gimps, Cords snd Tpssels, Cornices i
" Poles lor Curtains.
Flower Stands, all styles, from f 100 upwards.
I Curtain Loops and Hooks at all prices.
, Tha public are Invited to giwe me a call before ]
chasing elsewhere, as I am aura to please.
C. WILHELMS,
n ?<> ?? T??iiuaimc
' QENUINE
Swedish Leeches.
A large number always on hand. For sale at whi
salo or retail. Leeches applied when to dwired.
CHRISTIAN 8CHNEPK,
Opera House Drug 8ton
TrfecrlpUoni always s ipedslty. del
-SI UJLJL'X
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY TOF
Aje easily applied to Wagone or Buggl
and are a good pr^cctton against sun or ra
They can be bought at very low prices at
Jacob Snyder's,
Irtl wo. STREET.
QLEAR SIDES,
Plain Shoulders, &c.
At MOtU BOSE PORK HOUBK.
<*a uao. iii mui
DRY COOPS.
Kl
a
1?
B
i*
n
*BRUES & COFFEF
tc.
L' Have just received anothe
lot of
5DOLMANS
and
u WALKING JACKETS
H
The Best Styles Offered thi
Season.
?h>
I!
~ Also a Choice Line of Net
3' Wear, Fichues, Jabots, Scarf
Handkerchiefs, Ruchings, &c
A few more Fine seal Sacque
r?. Mufs and Hals, at Old Price
Call and secure bargains.
Brues & Coffer
p' 1132 MAIN ST.
I-,
no2i
Seal Skin Cloaks
? >. WILL OPEN
THIS MORNING
ts,
A NEW LOT OP
Mi Fine Seal Skin Cloak
And 100 HEW
/?.
^ BLACK CLOTH SACQUE
AND
ore IDOLZMZ^IETS!
AUO
200 PAIRS
ER BED BLANKETS,
FROM
CiO to #10 a Pal:
a
I J. S. RHODES & GO
S noM
4 " HOLDING THE FORT
IN THE
1,0 Dry Goods Boor
mer B 7 Belling
rem DRY GOODS FOB LE8S THAN NEW YO
PRICES.
rlok
rick Don't let this grand opportunity pan by. Get;
Dry Good* now wrhlle you can get theta at old pri
)DCC The advance In Dry Goods In theEaat is suie 1
steady, and much higher prices will be attai
within the next thi'ty and alxty days. Wo are 1
Icks mUIds our entire stock ol Dry Goods at old pri
We are giving the Beat Bargains In Dry Goods to
up, had in the city.
Don't fail to cell and examine otir stock ol Bl
and Colored Cashmeres. Faner Dress Goods, P
and Black Lustres. Cloth Cloaks, Shawls an<l dbl
? Also, our large stock ol Ladle*' and Child ten'a Fi
Hosiery. Glovee, Knit Hoods, Nubias, Notions 1
Fancy Goods for the Holidays.
, We have the beet and cheapest Block of Corset
? the city. Ladies* and Genu* Knit Underwearrda.
greatest bargains erer ottered.
'at- White and Colored Blankets, Comfortables, PI
and Plain Flannels, Waterproofs, Jains and Ca
rom< meres, all at old prices, end bargains. Cell soon 1
"GWDS SOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH.
HENRY KOEMER,
?iVl ?W JM1UI OlUfibi.
,Ur" drt
p AULL'8 PRICE LIST.
~ BEST BROWN BACK WALL PAPE
FODRCEHT8 FEB BOLL.
* BEST HIE BACK ILL PAPE
"5 filxandBetenOenUperKolL
~ BEST SATIN OR GLAZED PAPE
10 and 18 Centa per Roll.
'S All Warranted Full Length and B
Quality.
in, A. W. PATJLL,
ln apSO 1143 Main Street
QBNAMENTAL?
evergreen Wreathini
JCWy. BUM, fa. ? *!,,
? WEST Ti. VB0MCZL AND BEAL WORKS,
Mft. I'm VwfcM HI. WhwHot. W. Ti
, THIS MPERW?
i NEW YORK
JIW1LBY AND WATCMH.
NEW GOODS!
New Roman Neck Cbilns, LooleU, Cram,
Onya Goods ?nd Hlnje, will b? opened todiyby
TURNER & DILLON,
LlAUIKU JEWILKEI,
1313 MARKET BTREKT.
SILVERWARE A SPECIALTY.
dell
QLOSINGOUTSALEt
i Watches, Clocks, Diamonds,
TABLEWARE, CUTLERY, fce, to.
I* The underali u?d ia deter mined to dot* out hia an1
tiro atock, to cuaogt bualncaa. He la, however, now
receiving win* very elegant and daalrable good*,
which art certain to bo aold before tho isain atock
can bo dUputod of. Great bargain* are offered to
DUTVnb
The character for Intearltjr and fair dealing, which
the bouso Um wUbllabcU, will b? strictly maintained.
c, p/bbowh,
I no24 Ho, CI Twelfth ?tmt,
| REMOVAL.
UftTlng removed to No. ION Market atieat, oppoait*
the lowei end of Market Houaa, 1 will b? pltaaed U>
have my old patrona, aa wolf aa (ha subUe la general,
to call and examine my new stock of Watchea, Clocki
and Jewelry, of which I keep a full Una. fiaralrlnf a
tperlaltr. (f. C. WlflZENBEID,
mhll No. 106Q Market 81
GROCERIES AND TOBACCOS.
JUST RECEIVED-ALL KINDS OF
t NUT8, PIG8, RAISINS,
, CURRANTS, CITBOH,
' MINCE MEAT, JELLIES,
Etc., etc . cheap and good, at
II. K. HtllHENB'
Centra Market Grocery,
deS CI7 and ?lg Market alreet.
8 QHOIOE, LIGHT AND FREENEW
CROP OF
New Orleans Sugar
At BEHRENS ft CO.'fl, Grocers,
de3 1310 Market aod 8601 Jacob atrecta,
pHESTER SUGAR CURED HAMS,
Kj CH ESTER SUGAR CURED SHOULD EES, VIE1INIA
BREAOABT BACON,
' Pure Loaf Lard,
' In Tlareea, barrel*, HaU-bamla, Talla and Half-paUa,
, PLAIN SHOULDERS,
... mpm vrtnir pamh.Y WBI.
FBE8H 8AUBAUE, BOLOGNA BAU8A0E.
My awn curing, and quality unaurpuaed. For S?te bj
Jkp4 D.C.mT,Ja.
QATSUPS AND SAUCES.
Mushroom Catsup, Walnut Catsup,
8 Tomato Catsup, I >ry Catsup,
1 Horeo Kadish,
q Worcestershire Sauce, Halfonl Sauce,
?* Prince of Wales 8aiad Sauc?,
North of England Sauce,
Green Fepper 8auce,
'Curtice Bros'." Salad Dressing,
At THOBURN BROST.
1 pLUM PUDDING.-Richardson d?Robblna
a JL Plnra Pudding in 1 lb and 2 lb cans, re
ceived to-day. THOBURN & BRO.,
dt3 1070 Market >t, cor. Eleventh.
THE REAL BATTLE OF LIFE
I* being fought everyday on the ISLAND, and noi
It ia conceded that victory perches on the banner a
THE NEW GROCERY,
Cor. PenD and Virginia Sts., Island.
Everybody aaja why croaa the river and carry you:
Urocerlea noma whan you can buy jiut as cheap nan
and have every thing sent home. If you deaire it. Ew
erything NEW, FJUBH, CLEAN AND CHEAP. Ba
con. Flour, Hugara, Coftae, Tea, Soap*. Byrupa, Ac.
all kind* and nricea. Fruits, Veeotabipa and Cannc
Wooda of all kinda Freah and Cheap. Pioolca ant!
Families supplied with everything good to eat.
THOS. E. BEANS.
my3Q
J iFOTTDSTID
That judges of good Coffee go to R. J. SMYTE
for their supplies, because they are sure o
getting what they want He roasts four day;
in the week and customers can select fromMOCHA,
0. G. JAVA,
MARACAIBO,
LAOUAYABA,
GOLDEN RIO,
and RIO JANEIRO
Q Comer M abkkt and Foubtmnth Sts.,
no27 Headquarters for Tea.
'GLORY" TOBACCC
? CAUTION.
Owing to the increased demand and the ini
menso popularity of the above cel6brate<
goods, some dealers are selling inferior to
baccos and representing them as the "Glory1
brand. I claim the "Glory" as my exclusiv
trade mark in this market for plug tobaccc
and no one has a right to represent othe
tobacco as being the same. Each lump haai
gold tag with the word "Gu>n" upon it, am
none other is genuine, as it is positively soli
under no other brand in tlda city.
Buyers will please bear this in mind.
M. RKILLY.
i Apqpbt 2,1879. au2
TOBACCOS.
I am now recdvlnf the following brands of cholc
L*. Tobaccos, which will bo sold subject to the latere
ducUon la the U. 8. tax:
Lorlllanls's "Climax, ' 4-o?. Mahog. Navy,
do ''Nickel Nugget."
do "Dim# Nugget,*1 " ?
do "Double-TErck,11 5-oa. "
do "Navy 8s" Mahog. Navy,
do U-ot.ll*, ? "
do Doublo-Tnlck 5e Dark Navy.
" Pinter's "Long John,".Mahogany Twins,
do "ifros. pounds, Mahogany.
Pace's "Old Time*' 8-plr Twist, 4-oa.-DanvlU?,
do "Old Ned" Mnch TwtotJ "
n "Dawson's" 8-os. Twist.
"Park Lake" S-oa. Twist.
"Oronoco" 8-ply Twist, 4-es.
"LltUe Pet" 10*lnch Twist, 10s.
"Banana" Cable Coll. 10a.
"Magnolia" do do 10s.
"Heathen Chlnoe" do 10a.
"Hllver Bell" 10a.
"Marlcosa" 11-lnch, bright, pounds,
our "BoyaJ Gem," 13-lnch, " "
?** "Indian" Fine Cut, In palls.
Z M. REILLY.
itUl nyS _____
Chi JURST ARRIVALsck
aid
rti. Atr silj. ai n ? ?
ta nnus. now i<rop new ur
"n leans Sugar.
the
m 300 Bbls. New Crop N. 0
Molasses.
300 Tubs Mince Meat.
_ 1,000 Boxes Raisins
Headquarters for
GUIDING STAR FLOUR
H LargOHt and '11 nest stock of GROCEIUE
" In Wheeling.
R, All Retailers are Invited to examine on
stock lwfore making tlioir purchases.
"JOS. SPEIDEL&C0.
TWO IRON FRONTS,
de2 Main and South street*.
5 5 and 10c Counters
IJ.E: Tho llre men of th
? the"00unt?*- We are theOriglni
? ton and HeadquartmJ Wa bin the only two Es
a dtutvaSaadlMo Jobblm Hoomi in tha U. 8.
arikod for caUlofut and funicular*.-**
: BUTLER BROS.,
**ndo?Pb JMrwt, CIJICIMPC
1 wwiwF cluun?* Botton,
BTOVta AHO ORATE8,
J^KMOVAL.
GEO. W. JOHNSON
flu ItUOTtl hla pUMOtbUBtDM Iron an u
1S210 Main Street,
Nearly oppoelta the old lUnd.
The fullest and moat couplet* stock ol
Tinware, Stoves, Stove Trimmlnoi, Gritei
AND HOUSE FURN1AU1NU UOODl
on t? louod >t Uulr ? plM ol luilnta.
Of?. W.JUHNsok,
Ml Ho. 1319 Mala itfHi,
MANTELS & grates!
CilSiB
mf SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO
GRATE SETTING.
B. F. CALDWELL,
m86 1C07 and 1509 M UN 8TRKF7T.
COOKING,
HEATING
AND
PARLOR STOVES,
RAN GKES,
ARCHES AND GRATES.
All kinds of Outings and Repairs for all
makes of Stoves,
LOW FOR CASH.
Old Stoves exchanged for new. Give tut
a call.
; ZEt. SWEENEY,
No. 32 ELEVENTH BT11KET.
Ml
' EDUCATIONAL.
i WEST 1CIMH UNIVERSITY.
Nine department* of itudy; text-boolu furnUM
at eoHt; calendar arranged to ault ttachen; ex<
penaea for one yew Irom 8175 to $200: uou-vt.
tartan, libera], thorough. Fall term begioi Kpih
Umlier M. 1N7B.
9 . For catalogues and other Information apply
to the President, J. It. Tboniuaon, Montotowc,
We?t Va. aut*
I PHOTOCRAPHY.
T?IO MY PATRONS.
, iuuag iiuuucgus
I Photographs for the Holidays
I would ulc to call for sittings at tho earllnt poulbl*
[ time, In order to iToId the riuh later in tli? uodUi,
j __de* T. H. UlUWNtt.
J pL A.TIN OT YPU8.
The tint made la the city ire now on exhibition!
Myles' Art Studio.
flarCnll and examine them.
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
J 1208 MARKET STREET.
Entrance oppodte MeLure Boum. not
JS^'EW ARRIVAL?
' 5 Bbls. fine Jamaioa Oranges,
' 5 Bbls. choice Malaga Grapes,
, 10 Bxs. New Persian Dates,
[ 15 Bags fresh San Bias Cocoanuts.
1 Juit arrived and for aalo by
1 nsr. SCHITJLZ,
1310 MARKET STREET.
no!5 _
- ^aaiFfiMCKI WflNTHPA
Sgood'menTO SELL?!li
CIGARS TO DEALERS iJl
A month #nd expense* ?| (|h
JllvO HampleH I'rvc. KJ j?
Cut ttilts Notice Out Xaju
Atxl?cnaitwltbyouro|i|)licn(inn.alf< KggM
Send a 3c. Stamp to insure Rk?;
answer. K. FOSTER & C O. Ew
P. 0. Box 1379. Cluclnnoti, otlo-BU^
THE DEAF 11
I FKUrEUTLT. all Ordinary Convert*: lo-i.tjos
by irwnt wnnJerfBl a?lei>tiflcln?M?tt<.n-TI.E 153
D E N T A P110 N ?. For r*m*rJuU ? grtllftou Eg!
ohIiiDhMIndo the Deaf a?dI?uMb-""BM
A? york Jltrald.Htpt.fi Chn-liun ^iu^luM m&
Bapt.IT.au. It duplacesall Ear-tninpetf
yy^ofanydtnOT "W^u^nd ^*^1*"
FREETOAlX
FLEETWOOD'S
LIFE or CHRIST,
UOPaffN. Over 900 Illustration*Tr??
to iB who MBd n? thtlr addrtaa and au
*i poata?o stampa. Addrou
' wrrn) .tatsm
" ||c SAWINQTHELOG.
THE GREAT SUCCESSMT
' wrann, upiovtd V3??>*^
tntorltavlnjoIAjrrmDIJIOSAWn.lOIOT
la fully demonstrated by toe numu-r In w* ??<l
present demand fbr them. Itsaws LnpofajiyatwOne
man can saw more lugs or curd wwd lu ?*
day and toiler thau two men can the old wsy. i?
will saw a two foot lor In three minutes. h%tn
Farmer need* one. Township **eou wanted.
a bead for IIIustrated Circular and 'IV. "?' .
AddrvtM W. W. IMWTHHM A CO178
Klsst ML, ClurtuiuUl,
^?D? Arab
mm niM ccirki) promptly ?"'I.)1'',|'
n i ?t)'i . i.iI
inywlrbrtiei wra^lr. **1' fir<
| ^ to all ISi^wtoMna me'thrir
I |p.O.?dE,pruaa;U
No. 183 P?il St, N?? * or*'
POM ??
> AGENTS WANTED KOI! T?IE.5SJ
PblUulclphU, P? ^
T AWYERS' BRIEFS.?Tlie ji'
U tolllgencor Job OIBct prlnU BrWi
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