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O/i.iM >1" tnit special Iiiduc?ai8Mt? la
Wtcurjr ?larger variety of
^ %aj bourt iu the State, and wili sell
uie at * clotur margin than our aighboro.
s. BAER & SON
JIITEB LIKE FLOUR HOUSE.
Wi will occupy C. Ogl?b?y4 Son'i Urge
frrildinf ahont .March 20. rah
Send in Your OrderSj
Clow Seed. 300 bag* in store.
Timothy txtd, WO bap in ilore.
jUcktral. 5 cars in store.
lake Hering. 5cars in store.
Xaili to prt bottom figures. .
liuidinc rftar Flour, the best in Uie market at
Lorilkrd Tobacos. all styles.
Jicijon'j Best, ail styles.
BroomJ. all numbers. .
Soaps, all styles, and to Ret good goods, at
lower figure* than any other place in thia I
action. . I
JOS. SPEIDEL & CO,,
1117Main & 1416 South Sts., Wheeling, W.Va. I
I bare just received a few crates of
CHOICE CRANBERRIES |
R. J. SMYTH,
?P? Cot. M<kk?t awd Foprtkkwth Sts. |
OHAT'fi NPECIFIC M ED I CIS E.
uisr Th* tirrlkt Eoj-TRAOt MARK. I
THADt M*RK.1|fh Bemedy, an ^ 1
unfailing cure lor
. Xfinlnil Wee knew,
, Spermatorrhea, Im
potencr, and all
1hmuc? that folio#
ii a kxjuenc* of Self
Abuae; u Loee olj
Memory, Unl renal*. r-^rur,-, _
d Virion, Prematura Old Age, and many other Dla
turn thit ImU to Inamlty or Conau option and a
Pwniure UriTf. aiTFun particulars In our pamph
let, *? desire to Mnd free by mall to wry one.
?TTbetlpedfle MedldneUwld brail drunutaat
11 per f*e*ag?? or ilz packages for |5, or willbe . ent
tm by nail on receipt of the money by addreed
TilK GltAY JlEDItlftK t?.
Mechanics' Block, Detroit, Mich.
foil la Wheeling and ortry where by all druggiata. I
SUFFERERS JS "SSS^?;
VlRor, Ny ii till In, or any
fera ot dlxejr, rurrd at the old WESTERS
MEDIC A I. INSTITUTE, JKMJ Vine NC, Cftt
rlnnatl, by the only lure and reliable remedies.
Ne ehance antil eared. Call or irrlte for
dries. CtiarcM low. Half ratea to the
I'M lh? ?oe?dj ( ?rr of Seminal Weak new, Lflrt
i laikoud, I'rrmatare Debility, >ervoa?MS,
Ut^aidfsrj, (nqftnlnn of Ideas A?er*lon to
tumj, liffKtlf Memory, and all DI?ord?r?
Bmtkl 01 by .Serret llahlU aad Exceaaca. !? J
toffUt hai the Ingredient*. AJdrea,
DR. JAQUES A. CO., '
130 W??t Sixth 81, C INCISE ATL OHIOl
J rsU Mtd ? topT of 'MEDICAL CVMMOJV awa
fTMnttUm. (tl?elccmtlv printed andilloatrat .
1m nf?? lino.. IITI. It hai been the meana, in the
ptWinf* of (iad. of lavinc maajr valuable lieta.
r ? bout it intsluabU tn persona Buffering with any
< "ih of th? No?e, Throat, or LanK*<
us?. ?nh I' l) AddreM and fit eentu to par coat oI
-uiuaj t? Dr. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati, Ohio.
GEO. W. JOHNSON
Hu retuoTdl hia place of buiineea from 1237 to
1210 Main Street,
Nearly oppoeite the old aUnd.
The fulleet and moat eomploU itock ol
Tlnwtre, Stoves, Stove Trimmings, Gratis
AND 110U3E FURNISHING GOOD8
tka bt found at their new placo of buaineae.
GEO. W. JOHNSON,
nt No. 1110 Mala rtreet.
MANTELS & GRATES.
m-SPECIAL ATTRNilON QIVBN T
B. F. CALDWELL
** 1M7 And 15091! UN STREET.
. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. ,
?MjVallq* Cora lew ud Sky I?hU p?U?l?il
All iliwttlass nud, on old bolldlnp on r
Cocntm and Deaka fitted op oo abort o
tke AU Job work promptly attended to.
J*>?p. All** E, between Fourteenth and FUlw
la tbi loeet ittU at the IHTELLIOBNCSB JC
_ HI EPICAL.
45 Yean Before the Public,
i THE GENUINE
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy" forallthe
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can b? used pre para,
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalctL
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bean the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Beos.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Plttobarfh, Pju,
the market being full of imitations of tbe
name McLane, spelled differently but
AID OTHEBS SBECT8
STRENGTH ADD ENERGY,
WITHOUT THE USE OF DRUGS, ARE RE
QUESTED TO SEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR.
NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
r TREATS open HEALTH, HTGOtXE, ud Pbyrt
eat Collar., ud la a cornnl.U tnejclowcdia of
nformatien for invalida and lb(M# who auff.r from
Kitrvotu, Kxbtmiinu and Painful Ewy
?ubjec* that b*ara upon bvallh and human happuaM,
rtovltM attautlaa io iu !*???: and tb? mui quo
Uooa uk?d by .uflVring iorflid*. who bara dltpalrad
of a cut*, ar? au?wrr?d, aod taluabla Information la
Tolunt?*r*l to all who ara in nped of mvdleal adnr*.
Tbo autyiet of Electric B?Ita mu Mtdldn*, and .
Ibr haadrvd aad on* quatUona dt vital Important*
lo aoflfertajf humanity, ara duly conatferud and ax
pU"'J YOUNC MEN
Aod oibara who rafltr from Karroo* ud Phr*le*l Do.
Ulrty, Loaa of Manly Vigor, Pramalura ExhatuMoo
aod Iba many jlooray con**qa?B?M of tarly Induct*
lion, ttc., ara r.pacully twnaflUd by oooaulUog lla
Tba ELECTRIC REVIEW axpoaaa Iba unmitigated
frauds fraoticvd by quack. and madlcal impoatoni who
Jgotom to " pracdcw mtdicina," and polnta out tha
?n^f almpla, and aff?ctii? xoad lo Haoltb, Vigor
mod your adliraM on poaUl card for a copy, aod
InfornaUon worth thotuaoda will baaaot you.
Addraaa, tb? puhlKbara,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
COR. EIQHTH L VINE STREETS, CINCINNATI, 0.
Coughs, Bronchitis and Consumption.
HUnl a Well-known Drnnliilnays nbont
Allen's Look Balaam.
Oakland Station, Kt.
Gtnllmtn: The demand for Allcm'a Lqdk
IIiiKam la Increasing constantly. The ladles think
there is no medicine equal to It lor Croup sod Whoop
ing Cough. C. 8. MAKTIN, Dragglit.
Hold by all Medicine Dealers,
Who \rant glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must uso
LYON'S KAT1IAIR0N. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes tlie Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps It from falling
ont, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff and
itching, makes tho Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Bean
tifal, healthy Hair is tho sure
result of using Kathairon.
__ EK d;
tloo prerail to a greater extent
than probably any other malady, and rtlieflsal
wsjrs anxiously sought after. If the Liveria Regula
ted in It* action health la almost Invariably secured.
Icdlsestion or want of action In the Liver causes
Headache, Constipation, Jsundice, Pain In the Should
ers, Coughs, Dlxxtnesf, SourHtomtcb, bad taste in th<
mouth, bilious stucks, palpiui ion of the heart, de?
pre?sion of spirits or the blues, and a hundred
other symptoms. 8mmoms' Livbr Rkoulatob is the
best remedy that has ever been discovered for these ail
ments It acts mildly, effectually,and bein*a simple
vegetable compound, ran do no Injury In an? quanti
ties that It may bo taken. It Is harmless In every
way; It baa been used for forty Tears, and hnndredi
from all parts of the country will vouch for Its vir
tues. via: lion. Alexander ll. Stephens, of Ucorgla;
I IY/FR ' *> >P i'ierce. of Georgia; John Oil)
s-l V til Shorter, of Alabama: Gen. John B. Oor
don, B. L. Mott, of Colombo*, lia., are amone the
huudreda to whom we can refer. Extract of a Tettai
from Hod. Alexander II. Stephens, dated March 8,
1I7& "I occasionally use when my condition require
It, Dr. Simmons' Liver Begula'or, with good eflect
It is mild, and suits me better than more active medl
REG U LATOR. ?}? #?? SSE ".iff
blood and health. It la the thorough dltastlon of th<
food taken let it be much or little. Therefore, do ntf
stimulate up the stomseh to crave feod, bat rather
assljt digestion alter eating by taking
Liver Regulator or Medicine,
IMOTrACTCaXD OVLY BT
J, II. ZEILIN <t CO.,
Price-, ll 00. Sold by all Dniqisia. mhs-awraw
The true antidote to the effects ol misasmais HosU
tar's Stomach Bitters. This medietas Is one ol the mc
popular remedies ol rnage of aucc^sful proprietai
specifics, and Is la Immense demand wherever i
this Continent fever and sgue exists. A wtneglai
fal three times a day is the btst possible pi
paratlve tor encoaaterlng a malarious atmotpbei
regulating the liver, and invigorating the stomach.
For sale by all Dragglst* ?nd Dealers generally,
Out fwhea all else fall) for &?M Imm*, ImpUm
U* Mmhcod.-Ae., can be had far ?A
at DR. VAND'MlB West Blxth St, OMCIKMA:
or by malL
Call or send for the sslf-eore tad bo restored
Health. Stnafth and Kaeegr. It never fails. Eacl
lap lot tm sdrke oa dsJoate m
A Llvelj Bias I at M(h? War D?uiooraiM
and Liberal lUpabllcaun of Yanke*
Okoluaa (VIm.) SoaUuni 8U!?.
CINCINNATI .COMVXNTION?TH1 WAX DtXO
CHATS AND LIUKBiL WU1UC1NI rJU
PAKIKO TO CAPTDHB IT.
It ia being proclaimed with a
That the Democrat!? managers have
decided that oor Preaidential flag-bearer
for 1880 maat be able to prove that he
Throughout the Devil Dance of 1801-65;
That every man who aympathiiad with
the Southern Confederacy
Mart be ruled out ot the ring, on the
Policy U pursued In th* Cinclnntti Oon
dud"n?g'^ettgoShU P*"y'ia" I1
J?' be elbowed ulde, ud It will be I
Ihe plan that ia thua foreshadowed haa I
been concocted by the , '
War Democrala and ?"
Factor in our political houaebold, they
seem bound, bent, and determined to dic
tate the name of oar Pre$identlal nominee
and the character of our platform.
It ia high time that these gentlemen
were being given to understand that their
proper place ia at
The foot, and not at
Of our table.
They h?ve tried to ruin our party, ?nd, I
rule"! * "re no" Ttoff 101
if there is any
Left in the Democratic party, it doesn't I
owe any thanks to them.
mi^ Uaited Wltb ** LUi0ln,Ui ^1
They helped to
Murder Democratie voters,
Burn Democratic homes, and
Steal Democratic protfertv.
They fought and
Against the illuminant and immortal I
prin eiples that underlie our party creed, '
Bv helping to strangle the States and
Emancipate and enfranchise the bond-l
servants of our people; '
With the brass of Beelzebub himself,
They darefto stand forth and declare that
we muat nominate one of their number for
And thereby indorse their infernal
Stated' K^KOfltlemen of these Sovereign
You know, and
We know, and
A whole world of men and women
Of the Democratic party wera
And foughtfor Disunion with Are and
You know, and
We know, and
A whole world of men and women
Of the other half of the Democratic
With ua when we sought to cut the ac
cursed bonds of this thrice-accruaed Union
If the Democratic party nominates a
Union man at Cincinnati, it will stultify
itself all over and all through, and be com
pelled to feast on the dirtiest kind of dirt
from June till November.
? But it cannot cast dust in the eyes of the
people by a pretended devotion for the
And its policy-bamming poltroons
Needn't try tie trick.
We cwongt go back on oar grand, pro
We couldn't if we would, and, as far aa
the honest masses of oar party are con
cerned. they wouldn't if they could.
It is blazoned on our banner;
It is graven on oar monuments;
It Brums aad bugles with resounding
melody in the memory of the
Of the Sovereign States.
This being the case,
It will be a
It will be
To make a profession of Unionism 'at
a late hour in the afternoon.
And tbea the disgrace of the thing?
The burning and
Disgrace of it
The idea that our party shall honor the
Union, as it Is,
A Union that reeks and drips with the
blood of our
A Union that is held together in de
fiance of every Democratic
We cannot do it and maintain our man
hood and our self-respect,
And, by the Holy of Holies, ?
We Jefiersonians will not even pretend
to do it.
No hypocrisy for ua, if you please;
No plaving a part.
We have no piinciples of which we are
And we do not propose to act as though
Do you hear? *
You may go on as you are going, and
succeed in your craven conspiracy;
But we tell yeu,
Once for all,
That if you place a
David Davis or a
On our ticket.
We will make him dance to our music
from the day that be walks np to the
White Hoase steps.
He may deny the Right of Secession,
Uphold nigger suffrage,
Ac., Ac., dc.,
Bat till sort of thins will till* oat In
He will find himself
To siro bill titer bill, restoring the
And when hli Preeidentiad comes to ?
close, there will be no trace or reetlie lefl
of the unhallowed usurpation of oui
Trksi to.DO IWMtM laakfis,
OabM T.?r U?th in foil lit. nuto
Tbu woo Id >?? '<? tfwbhat uW,
L'mHIIUO.IT ?too?, ???l |tn*
W MIS W?U U4 Infisasl ?<l?s ???Ik.
Financial and Commercial.
Niaey Lily?Geveriaiiti Flr*-St?cki
Ftoar Dull and Nominal?Wlioat AeUvi
aid Wwk-ProvliloBa Dull
Raw York Boner ud Itodfea.
Nkw York. April 8.?Moksy?Loaned up
aa high as 6 per cant par annum and down
to 6 per cent, cloning at 5a6 per cent. Prima
mercantile paper 6ati per cent, Starling ex
change, banker'a bills $i ob)i\ demand
Govoaxnrr Bokd#?Quiet and generally
United Statee 6a of 1111, eoupooa
New FItcs coupon!.,..,. lQWj
N?w Four ana a haiii coupoox. ?ltKiVi,
Padfic Sa ol llf" **"
Eaxlboad Bosds?Strong and highor at the
Stat* 8iccirnia?Bull and nominal.
Stocu?The market opened weak and a
fraction lower, buta firm tone soon set in, and
under the heavy purchaies ageneral improve
ment in prices followed, the adrance ranged
Ka5>? per cent, coal shares, New York Cen
tral, Pacific Mail and Elevated Kailroad
shares leading in the improvement. The
buoyancy increased toward the close by the
announcement that the New York Central
syndicate bad disposed of all their stock and a
new syndicate bad been formed to take a large
block of the stock. New Jersey Central , ad
vanced on the favorable reports concerning
the traffic of the company, in the final sales
the general list reacted fcal per cent from the
Transactions 350,000 shares.
Illlnola Central 107*
New York Central 1S3K
Mtrhipn CeBIT*!...... 82 '4
tit. Paul SlJi
tit Paul pfd ....104
tit Paul and Minn ****** ?
Delaware 6 lacks? 92
Ddaware a Uud ?
New Jeraey Central? 80)$
Hannibal d tit. Joe- SSm
Han dtiuJoe pfd ....... 70
C.8LL.4 N. O. 39%
Union Pacific.- 89)4
Louisville A Naah 158
Weatern Union _..~...10d>f
A. A P. Telegraph?. 43
New Tors, April 8.?Cotton steady at 12%
al2J?c. Floor dull; receipts 11,000 barrels;
superfine western and State $4 00a4 75; com
mon to good ft 75a5 10; good to choice $5 15a
517; white wheat $50Ua5 75; extra Ohio
$5 30a7 00; St. Louia |5 20a7 50; Minnesota
patent!$6 75a8 25. Wheat steady; receipts
12,000 bushels; No. 3 spring $1 18; K*o. 2 Chi
cago do a.$l Sd0X; ungraded red $1 25al 30;
mixed winter $133; ungraded white $1 25a
120)4; No. 2 do $129*180; No. 1 do
$133al 34X; So. 2 red April $1 Stial 37tf;
May $1 33a 1 34X; June $1 Slftal 32*.
Corni heavy; ungraded 61a53c; No. 3 52a
54c; yellow western 54a53c; No. 2 April 5iKc;
May 47J?a48&c; June 47He. Oats dull,
weak and lower; western mixed 39tfa42c;
white western 43a46c. Whiaky nominal at
Ctueaio Cattle lUri-et
Chicago, April 8.?The JJroTers' Journal
Hoes?Receipts 17,000 head; shipments
6,500 head. Moderately active, but 5alUc low
er ; packer* doing little and market very weak;
mixed packing $4 20a4 40; choice heavy |4 50
a4 70; light$4 30a4 50.
Cattl*?Receipts 4.200 bead; shipments
2,600 head. The market is more active: better
grades well worked off at 10c higher; others
steady and in fair demand. Shipping $4 00a
5 30, chieily $4 50a4 75; butchers' stronger at
$2 20a4 00; stockers and feeder* $2 8Ca4 10.
Shkkp?Receipts 1,200 head; ahipments 1,?
400. Market fairly active, and advanced Xc.
Common to medium $5 50a5 80; good to choice
$5 90a6 20.
Baltwoss, April 8.?Flour iteady and
without change. Wheat, western doll and
negUcted, but closed a shade better; No. 2
western winter red. spot and April $1 34K
il 34Ml May $1 32fcal 32K; June $1 29a
L29X; July $116Xal 10Ji; August $112Ji.
Corn dullanu lower; wesUrn quiet. Barley
steady; western mixed spot 60c; April 60&
OOKc; May 48Ka48tfc; June 47><a47fcc;
iteamer49a50c. Oata easier; weatern white
42a43c; western mixed 40a41c; Pennsylvania
42a43c. Rye dull at 90c. Hay unchanged.
Provisions unchanged. Butter dull and weak;
prime to choice western packed 25a28c: rolls
24a26c. Eggs steady at lie. Coffee very dull
and unchanged. Sugar dull; A soft 9}*c.
Whiaky dull at $108ttal 10.
PmLAMLPHiA, April 8.-Flour a little more
doing for home use, but no improvament in
Srices; holders generally free sellers. Rye
our quiet at. $4 62Ka475. Wheat depretsed;
rejected $1 28al 31; No 2 red track $1 35J4;
No. 2 red elevator $1 35; No. 2 red April
II 34K bid, $1 35Jb asked; May.$l 32)i bid,
SI 32?? asked; June U295i bid; *1 SOtfaaked;
July $117 bid, $1 17X asked. Corn dull;
weatern mixed, track, 63c; western rejected,
62tfc; sail mixed April 6lHc bid, 6lHc
asked; May 48tfc bld,48>fc asked: June 48c
bid, 48*fc asked; July 48Jtfc bid, 48$fcaakcd.
Oats steady: rejected western 39Xc; No. 3
white 43}*a44c; No. 2 44tfct No.l do 45tfa
48c. Whisky steady at $109.
East Liberty Calfle Market.
East Libkbtt. April 8.?Oattli? Re
ceipts to-day 988 head of through and 34 head
of yard stock; total for three days 1,071 head
of through and 468 bead of local Every
thing sola out. No business doing except at
Hooa?Receipts to-day 4.620 head; total
for three daya 8,085 head. Philadelphias $5 00
a510: Yorkers $4 50a4 75.
Bhzkf-Receipt* to-day 1,000 head. Total for
three days 7,600. Nothing doing. Market
closed weak and the feeling not very good.
Chicago, April 8.?Flour dull and nomi
nal. Wheat active, weak and lower; No. 2
Chicago spring $110cash:$110April;$1 UH
bid- No. 3, 99c. Com dull and prices a shade
lower; 34Xa35c cash; 31><c April; S5fcc
bid May; 3QKc bidjune. Oata dull, weak aod
lower; 26^'c cash and April; 30V*c May.
Pork unsettled and generally lower at $10 15
al017Kcash and May; $10 35 June. Lard
in fair demand at lower rates; $6 95 cash and
May; $7 02Xa7 05 June. Bulk meata dull and
lower at $4 00a6 35a8 75. Whisky steady and
unchanged at $1 07.
OmcTKifATi. Apr 18.?Cotton quiet at 12Xc.
Flour firm; family $5 25a5 60; fancy *5 75a
6 50. Wheat firm at $120. Corn easier al
40Ka41c. Oata quiet at 37c. Rye steady al
80c. Barley in good demand; extra No. 3 fall
90a92c. Pork nominal* unchanged at $10 50i
10 75. Bulk meatadull at $4 00a6 30a0 GO
Lard dull at $6 95a7 00. Bacon tirrn at 4fta7a
7X& Wfilsky in good demand at $1 05.
Butter heavy: choice dairy 25a27c; choice
roll 22a24c. Linseed Oil steady.
PrmsutaH, April 8.?Prraoutmc-Quiet
crude weak; at $1 01K at Parker's for ship
ment; refined 7H*7tfc fer Philadelphia de
i^SrcsviiL*, April 8.?PrrnoLXCM?Marke
| opened at 82*c, highest 82Xc, lowest 81?c
closing at 81*c bid. 8hipmenta 17,300 bar
rels; average 25,000 barrels; charters 14,000
average 14,800. Tramactiona 603,000 barrels
Toledo, April 8.?Wheat weak; No. 2 re<
winter spot and April $1 22%; May $1 22
June $119; July $1 17*; 'No. 2 red Wabasl
$11GH; western amber $1 22K. Corn weak
high mixed 40Kc; No. 2, spot 40tfc; Ma;
39Sc; rejected SOtfc: damaged 38c. Oat
dull and nominal; No. 2 35a Clover see<
firm; mammoth $4 25; prime $4 10.
CloeJnnatl Mob Market.
Cwcishati. April 8.?lloga?Live hogs finr
common $3 60a4 30; light $4 35a4 60; pack
ing $4 26a4 65; butchers' $4 66a4 75. R<
celpta 2,100 bead; shlpmenta 1900 head.
"Fkmaik complainta" ftre the result c
impure blood. Use "Lindsay's Bloo
Search er."? t ? r _
Fo* Upward# of Thirty Yhajm Mn
Wlnslow's Soothing 8yrup hss been us?
for children. It corrects acidity of tfa
stomach, relieves wind coiic, regulates, th
bowels, cures dyteniery and diarrhea
whether arising from teething or oth<
causes. An old and well-tried reined;
Ih regions where Liver complaint an
Bilious diseasespre vail there has long bet
felt the need of a medicine that would a
specifically on the Liver, be safe from al
er effects, and yet so simple that it migl
be used by axjy one. Dr. Tutt's Liv
Pills supply this want. They are pr
scribed by thf most sminsnt physicians.
Wait other preparation! fail to do,
Hall's Hair Kenswer surely accomplishes.
It renews the hair and especially restores
its color when gray and faded. As a
dressing it is unsurpassed, making the hair
moist, soft and glossy. The most econom
ical preparation ever offered, its effects re
main a long time, and those who have
once made a trial of it will never use any
other.?AdMrtiter and Onion, Frtdonia,
N. Y. naw
Good Health Hake* the Earth ft Heaven.
Remember that Dr. Guysott's Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparilla has proven itself to
be the beet blood purifier ever discovered,
and is a positive cure for Scrofula and all
Syphilitic disorders* Weakness of the
Kidneys, all Nervous disorders and De
bility, all Urinary and Digestive troubles,
etc. Price of large quart bottles with full
directions, $1 00. A single bottle will
Jirove to you its merits as a health-renewer,
or it acts like a charm, lelieving both
physical and mental distress, driving out
of the human system the many ills that
flesh and blood is heir to, and restoring the
natural vigor to both mind and body, ex
hausted by disease and suffering. It makes
the old feel young and buoyant. It makes
the young leel gay.
west & Gilmore, Agents for Bridgeport.
Logan, List & Co., Laughlin Bros. <fc Co.,
Wholesale agents. Ddw
CutBOYitxN, Bankers, book-keepers,
editors and others that lead sedentary
lives, will find much relief from the fre
quent headaches, nervousness and con
stipation engendered from want of ex
ercises, by taking Simmons' Liver Regula
tor. It is a harmless vegetable com
pound; it can do no injury; and cumbers
who have tried it will confidently assert
that it is the best remedy that can be used.
Mb. Fellows is dally in receipt of letters
of inquiry, from various parts, resoecting
bis Syrup of Hypophosphitea One re
cently received, leads to the belief that
the public mistake meaning in reference
to its effect in imparting superior energy
to the mind. Where the intellect has been
impaired by overwork or by kindred
causes, the use of the Syrup, together
1 with proper precaution! in the use ol lood,
clothing, exercise and rest, will restore
fall power to the brain and nervea. 8a
perionty olgenias consists in great capaci
ty of brain for assimilating material from
every quarter, and of developing in pro
portion; but as by far the greater number
are not well endowed by nature, conse
quently lacking this capacity, it would be
quite impossible to find cranium apace for
material necessary to constitute the brill
iant genius. Hence, although the Syrup
will assist in restoring the mind which is
lost, it cannot change a natural born idiot
into an intelligent man. mIVFAw
;Holhem ! nuiner* ! | Homer* 11 l
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cut
ting teeth? If so, go at once and get a
oI,.Mre- Winalow's Soothing Syrup.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately?depend upon it; there ia no
mistake about it. There ia not a mother
I on earth who has ever used it who will not I
tell you at once that it will regulate the
bowels, and give rest to the mother, and
| relief and health to the ohild. operating
like magic. It is perfectly safe to use Ifi
all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and ia
[ the prescription of one of the oldest and
beat female physicians and nurses in the'
United titates. Fall direction! (or using
will accompany each bottle. None genuine
unless the facsimile of Curtis & Perkins is
on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Medi
cine Dealers. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Beware of imitations. mwai
Fire llnndrcd Ttiounand Mrouif.
.,In SSP"1 [ew montha there has been more
than 600.000 bottlea of 8hiloh'? Core sold.
Out of the vast number of people who have
u*d It, more than 2,000 cases of Consumption
havo been cured. All coughs, croup, asthma
and bronchitis, yield at once, hen?e it ia that
everybody speaks in its praise. To those
who have not u?>d it, let ua say, if you have a
cough, or vour chUd the croup, andyou value
life don t fail to try It For lame back, ildeor
chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster.
wSld b//? ^Ment, Odd Fellow's
H^Jjand Chas. Moenkemoeller, corner Main
A Nfrnnice People.
Do you know that there are strange people
in our community, we say strange because
they seem to prefer to suffer and pass their
toys miserably, made so by dyspepsia, and
liver complaint, indigestion, constipation and
general debility, when Shiloh's Vitalixer is
guaranteed to cure them.
u8f;ldbj? Bo?in?t Apf. Odd Fellow's
Hall, and Chas. Moenkemoeller, corner Main
and Twenty-second streets.
? fP^y a"d positive cure for
catarrh, diphtheria, canker mouth, and head,
ache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal in
jector free with each bottle. Use it if you de
sire health and sweet breath. Price 60 cents.
i7^ld b? & Odd Fellow's
Hall, and Chas. Moenkemoeller, oorner Main
and Twenty-second streets. xwraeow
Palatablb MadiciNis.?Ayor's Cherry
Pectoral is a honeyed drop of relief: his
Cathartic Pills glide sugar-shod over the
palate; and his SarsaparilU, ia a nectar
that imparts vigor to li/e, restores the
health and expels disease.? WaUrford (Pa.)
Itemeinbcr- Friend*, Remember,
That Dr. Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry
has proven itself to be a positive cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis and all
lung diseases. It has saved the livee ol
many even after the doctors had said there
was no hope. Every ono declares that it
goes to the "rujhttpoL" soothing and heal
ing as if by magic all soreness of throat
and lungs. A single dose taken at bed
time will gently warm the blood, cause re
freshing slumber, and by morning an
ordinary cough or cold will be gone. None
genuine without signature of Sanford A
Park. Large pint bottles $1 00. Keep s
bottle always on hand, it'will save yob
many a doctor bill. Be sure you have
your druggist get the genuine for you.
West A (iilmore, Agents for Bridgeport
Logan, List 4 Co., and LaughUn Bros
Co. aell the genuine at wholesale anc
retail. _ Mw
Th. Voltaic 11*11 Co., Man bull, Jllrh.,
Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Bella to the afllicted upon 30 dsyi
trial. Speedy cure# guaranteed. Thei
mean what they say. Write to them with
out delay. daw
Nevkk let a cold run. Take it in time
All that Is necessary is to procure a bottli
"Sellers' Cough Syrup, and be cared
T0HN HARVEY MYERS,
O ATTOENEV AT LAV,
159 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohlc
Collection* tod Commercial LI tlx* ti on a apseUltr.
.... ******* cm ir psawasioif.
John J. Jones, C*ihler Exchaug# Bank.
Bank? Ublo Valley.
8. P. HUdrrth, ? Commercial Bank.
Herman Itoemer, Mtrchant. Bellair*. Q. >pM
WJ. W. COWDEN,
? .^ATTORSEY AT LAW,
ufflw, No. 1333 Chaplin* St., WhaoUflv', W. Va.
Prompt attent'oa to aU bnainioa. l?7-dlw
. ATTUIINEY AT LAW, CUrksbttTf, W. V
?iSu"o0d;7!"??p'" ?"" ma"'
nEORGE r. I,INCH.
V* ATTORNEY AT LAW.
R. COW DEN,
AITORNEY AT LAW,
No. 1323 Chsnl ne Htroet Wheeling, W, Vs. my
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No^lSlSMarkat Street, (orer City Bank), Wfa?
d. mwuo. r. a.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
DRY GOODS. CARPETS, AC.
More New Dry Goods!
More New Carpets!
More New Wall Paper!
10,090 Bolts Wall Paper from 8 to 10 cents.
500 Pieces good Calicos from 7 to 8 cents.
100 Pieces New Carpets from 20c to $1.00.
OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW BLINDS,
IN GREAT VARIETY XT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEICES FOE CASH.
WHOLESALE &c RETAIL.
2,000 Pounds Superior Carpet Chain at 30c.
f CALL SOON, IF YOU Wis6 TO SAVE MONEY, AT
Dry Goods, Carpet and Wall Paper Emporium,
NOS. 2019 & 2021 MAIN STREET,
MENDEL'8 MAMMOTH CARPET HOUSE.
A Truthful Statement that
1124 Main Street
HEADQUARTERS FOR CARPETS.
Constantly on Hand the Largest Stock Ever
Brought to this City.
We Have Several Hundred Pieces to Sslect From,
Beauty of Design,
Variety of Colorings,
Styles or Qualities.
The Boom will soon be upon us; when it does come you will al
be sorry that you did not take advantage of the Low Prices.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE, 1124 MAIN ST.,
The Great Carpet Centre of the City. The Only Place
Where You Can Find Full Lines of
Axminsters. Body Brussels. Tapestries.
Three Plies. Extra Supers. Supers.
Cotton Chain Extras. Cotton Chains. Cottages.
Hemps and Rags.
Oar New Goods. Direct Irom the Manufacturers, have been placed In
oar Carpet Booms, Tills laot enables us to say that we now have on ex
THE CHOICEST PRODUCTS OF THE LOOM
We have also received a very large stock ot
.Swiss Lace Curtains, tubal Lace Curtains,
Nottingham Lace Curtains. Cretonne Cnrtalns.
Jute Curtains. Itlomle Cloth Curtains.
In fact Curtains of all kinds.
WIndow Pole Cornices In Black Walnut or Ebony, with Brass Trlttt
mlugs, made to Fit any W indow.
If yon want to boy anything In onr line'don't part wilh yonr monc;
until jon visit onr store* see our styles and hear onr prices.
MAMMOTH CARPET HOUSE,
No. 1124 Main Street, WheelidgW.Va
SPECULATORS AND CAPITALISTS.
THE LA CROSSE
Mining, Milling, & Power Co.,
Of Bonlder, Colorado.
(Capital Block, 11,000.000. Sharea. 110 each.)
Hare organlaed to bring auceeae and large proflta
fcitof mlnlagand milling failure*. Thla work will
be done by meaoa ud me?haDlcal appliance* br
whieb the low grade one can be worked to mora than
par lor all dead work In legitimate mining
The opportunity la oura to uttlUe the mlnea and
mlUa which kare been heretofore worth leu and
atandlng raonumenta t# headatrong etupidity. Many
each pro peril ee can be aecurud for a trifle oom pared
to actual coat.
All baring capital to lnreat will, on application to
the Secretary, at Boulder. Colorado, either in peraon
or kr mall, receive pamphlet* aetting forth the value
of tna mince mtllaand meant sow controlled by tbla
Company, which enable tb<mto work wlata at an
immenae profit by utlllaing all the oree, both high
and low grade. J08. WOLFK, eecrttary.
A. M. BOUSE, General Superintendent. mrl#
PHYSICIAN AND 8UR810N.
QhapMnt and Twtaty wooad Btrotta*
MACHINERY AND BOILERS.
ME CENTRE FOUNDRY CO.
URINE & STATIONARY BOILERS
:ANKS, SHEET LBUM WOBC, FIRE FRONTS,
?GRATE BARn, COAL CAB WHEELS, STEAM
ENGINES, MILL AND MACHINERY CAST
IN 08, HOUSE FRONTS AND ORNA
MENTAL CASTINGS, AC., AC,
MILER AND MACHINERY REPAIR WORK
will ucBTi noun xmamon.
?VTblrtr-foor jean practical experience.
MTModermte chargee?UueQtuUea fadlUlee.
MTFob Sal* Cbbai>.?One Moond-haod Bolter 18
feet louj, 86 lochs dlam.,3-11 flaw; oae Portable
Boiler 10 inchn diuL, J4 tabe> feet wag, 3J4 dlun,
IK feet fire bo*.
2011 MAIN ST, WHEELING, W. VA
Do Not Leave Home
WITHOUT A BOTTLE OF
The only safe and rare eon for DUrrhoa, Dye
entery, Flax, Cholera Morbus, Ac.
We guarantee the Remedy In every cast
when used according to directions.
NO CURE ! NO PAY !
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
H0UST0N & BAER
WHEELING, W. VA
T500K AND JOB PRINTING?AT TH1
1J Daily Intelligencer Job OfBee yoa can get a:
ktads of Book aad Job Printing on tbetborteetBotia
a? tbe low mi price and 1a the beet "tyleof the ax
Noa. 2ft and 27 Fourteenth St.
UBGH. CINCINNATI AND8T,
RAILWAY?PAN HANDLE KOCTE.
Tim* Table Eaat tod Wnt. Ai*U Stk, 1 M.
Th1di\ti Pan Handle Depot, loot ol Eleventh
street, near Public Landing, daily except Sunday, M
|Pllia.|PbU. I Faat | Ao
| Pftc. | Put
7 JO |
ficaoar Exraua leave Wheeling at #J1 a. k.
arriving at Wellaburi ?:27a. m., and at SteubeovlUe
at 9:66 a. M.. connectiag vlth Pacific Hxprex lor all
wet tern points.
Traina leaving Columbua at S.40 r. *. and 6J0 A. m.
ran daily. Through Chicago expreae leaves Oolnmbaa
dally, except Sunday, at *3) Jr. with sleeping ear
attached, arriving In Chicago at 7JO next morning.
Bertha can be aecured In advance at Union Depot
Pullman's Palace Drawing Boom 81eralnc Can
through without change from StebenvllJe cast to
Phllwelphla and New York. Witt to Columbu*
ptrwtnn.ti, Louiivllle, Indianapolii and St Louis.
For through Tickets, Baggage Checks, Sleeping Oar
aecommodauona. and any further inlormatlon, apply
to J08. M. BKl.r.KVlLLK, Ticket Agent at fan
Handle Depot, foot o! Eleventh atrtot, or at CD*
Ticket Office, under McLure Uouae, Wheeling.
D. W. CALDWELL,
Gcn'l Manager, Coltunbna, O,
W. L. O'BHIEN,
Oen'l Pass. and Tickat Agent Columbua, Ck
gALTIMORE & OHIO KA1LROAD CO.
On and alter November 17, US7V, Passenger Trains
will run as follow*?Wheeling Time:
No. 8. No.7* No. 1. hW
?Daily except Bunday.
No. 43 (tope at alltitaUons between Weeding and
No.2.? iso. 10.
8:08 A. K.
12:18 P. If.
7:80 A. *.
11.18 P. K?
12.60 P. X
7 J5 "
No. 10 on Saturday night naa no eonnectlon fop
Chicago or Banduskv.
Pullman Palace, Drawing Boom and Bleeping Can
oi all night trains.
Close connections are made for all points Booth and
Southwest, North and Northwest, making this a desi
rable route lor colonist* and persona moving to the
great West, and to whom particular attention is^ivea,
WHEELING, PITTS. AND BALTIMORE DIY.
Leave Wheeling?_ ?.5.40 a. m. L40 p. m.
Triad elphia Accommodation.
saves Wheeling ?6.80 a. m. 4.20 p. m.
Tickets to all principal points on Ml? at Depot.
Office open at all noun during the day.
Tnfnrpntiffn to the traveling public cheerfully given*
W. M. CLEMENTS, M. COT.
B. T. DEYBIEfa, Qen'l Agent, Wheeling,
ELAND A PITTSBURGH B. B,
CONDHNSBD T1MB OAJtU.
GOING EAST AND WEST.
On and after Nov. 9th, 1879, all Trains will run
dAllr (exceptBunday,)u follows:
3 Through Trains to Pittsburgh.
2 Tk/ough Trains to Cleveland.
2 TUro.'iKh Trains to Chicago.
Pullman's Parlor Can between WsJlsrills and
Hotel and Sleeping Cars oi all Trains between Al
liance and Chicago.
Only Ave hotira and forty-flve minuteal
lxavk. Accm. Express.
12.. 8 P. M
2 00 P. It.
Only 17 lioun and i5 luiiiutia!
Ft Wayne. ..
t;.oo a. u
12 M p. u
[11. 8 ?
0 00 A.
100 p. *.
.3.18 P. K.
ft .S3 ??
2.40 A. V.
8 00 ?
SUubenviUs Acerrmmodaiiom Leaves Bellalre at 4.48
p. m., Bridgeport 8.CW p. m.; arrivee at Bteubenvllle aft
? VIS p. m.; lestrt Bteubenvllle at 7.80 a. m ; Bridge
i wrt at 8.61 a. m.: arrive at Bellalre at 8.M a. m.
tq? HieuMOTiua Accommodation, in adillttoo \o
their recular trip to and (rum KteubenTllle, will make
the following trl|<e between Bdlalro and Martin's
Report to if art in'i Ferrjw..^..^...iaM a. m.
" ?? " 1:06 p.m.
11 Bellaire...-?. .11.0) a. in.
" " 8.45 p. m.
Stopping when repaired at Sherman House, iElca
TliM, Writ Wheeling and Oratel U1U.
TiekeU and harrajo Checks to all Principal point*
to the Eui and wmi can be procured at the Ticket
Office In Bridgeport.
Jf. R. MYEE8,
0029 "wml ruMiff Ttr.km a are I
DAKK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
acccusoa to tux
? Fnunr Natioxal Bask or Wnriai*#.
Wk. A. Iarrr, PmidenL | W*. b. 8turn*, TUe P.
Money received on depoeit.
Inter rat paid on apeeial depoelt*.
A general Hanking tfuaioeaa conduced with pceapt*
aeaa and fidelity.
John K. Botaford | Jobn L. HobVe,
Jacob 8. Kbodre, i lfmr/M Harper,
Wrn. A. Turner, Wm. A. laott,
O. C. Dewey, I A. M. Adaua.
William & Slmpeon, |
F. P. JEPSOX. Cafhlic.
Capital - - #5200,000.
J. N, VANCE
SAMUEL LAUOHLUf VlCK PssslDUT.
J. N. Vakcs, I 8. Honanciura,
8. Lauohu*, W. Kluxouau.
L. 8. DmLaplai*, 1 A. W. KiU.lt.
Johji Fbkw, I
febS Joiiw J. Jones, Cashier.
LACVPOUIVn AND IJUKF.L
Mottoee and Uealgtu; alee, Stamp*. Sucdla aad
WUTT VA. STENCIL ANDSEAL WORKB,
ua No. 17*1 Market at, Wheeling W. Va.