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" ?t *J.) chinc%ry.
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go?oi* Kint*. Iv jQ tjj?cc?ry lor dltoroa. I
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. w?ti Vl i c>?. to iba bbeilff ol Ohio
1M8UM "I w'" ' * ?
Q4"r<,t,.lDi' .h,t tno lotamnn William D. ?
I,lift 'I" ' '""'{J, I ('cull 1 uuil ol Obfo county
tl. mK < "" ? '? 61,1 "
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eHEKIFK'ti BETOKN. v Hi_i t |
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KwhSRi " *.
f or C. 1' Brown, 6.O.C.
fkMbi*ct<i( tMaiui'TTtTubtaln by the pfalnUff f
ilia Im.U' 0 uiurlwfiajr with the da- ;
iff nit.V?!?r.g l'?? ? affldafU Bit* I
K!V.rih55?feU*tl.nclt M.IJ.MOI ibt
)?tf f?.tVii|l-??. on motion af tua pWnUOa
???> lib tr'?rt?l tut tha "'J defendant do
SSfbr*unan-?i,ulr> V"* ""?to 'h? bi,<l
SKl .i Moadij in Ju ?, IWI and do wbm way
uaatwrr t? wet*1 lDtfrr.1 hurt p.
" BAttUr 1. li. MtC jLLOCU, CJerk.
SUTICE TD TAKtTDKPUilTlrtltS.
Hoxoii ltm?, ) In t|ie Circuit Court for Ohio
* . - *' ?"?* w- v?- ln cb<0- ?
IttiUlU.Imti) cwjr for d force.
T.k??rtle1th?tthHd#r??llioDlof Hunan KUUr,
ttL?iU?tiudutli?a*>?b? taken at tha law
?aL| *. J W. <? ?! n No. 1222 i hupllne atreet,
taibieltrtlWb^Uil. in Ohio cnuoi?, Weal VirSfffSJ
?tb Jay -I July,INI. b?iwe.n tbe
Latitllo'c'wk a w- *,:,1 |J ? cfcci I1 ni.| anu tha
JJM(huiiOiiiit*tii Kennett ami i.tbera wll b<t *
uiititim ft ml M ?l ?Ja*uwlby, bo. I If*.
MiHtll.cu'Orr Miiari a* <1 I'earl aireeia In tha ctfjr
if IrfilvtM ol Urk.oo Julf 1.1. 1181, bet#M?lb?
kuuriv. 90'elack m. and u o'clo k p
a. iob?r.*l >n irlili iiit' ln the ab.ve natr.H caute
la'tiktll'liiM pUiu If, and If, from any otu-e, to
Ukl'ltl i'< mI'I <! |??'t'"i.s ah<11 r-ot b? coin'
t lot winniuiii'ol, ball nut b? c ?u-pitted
ntiMdif, be 'ak.nn ?f the auim will be cd]
irt'4 Mui time to tlmo until the taina shall bo
uns'DHi KITT1K, Plaintiff,
H) W. J ' o*d?n, her bulbttor.
Tarttm?i>. Kl'Ttr, De'etdmt j ?rw
noMMIsnlOSKK's HALE OF OHIO
VMOKTY BtAl. ESUTB.
LB.Cocaui, Admlniitratar, Ac.,) "
u >In chancery. \
#. 0. TAILOR, a: ?l. J 1
l*iin?a^tt?atleciM cntorxl In theabo?* entitled
nvHMtitXt^iUvof M?>. 1-81, the underaUntd
i.trtd oBimlMloorr will Mil at public auction, on ,
top-tan* mi
THPR1DAY, JULY 11, 1181,
?eai1o( >t II ?'e o< k a. m., iba following tiemlMnil
taUle, tha' li lour: Hrat, that timet of
l?i<?:tit?l l.lifrtv (I i net, In 1 bio county, Waat
V '|!iU,*b(h ub tiudrd m loJlowu Beg nnlngata
Km otrinipp'* trratii fembartoa'a tina, thane*
jtM'** V tt 6u-iD) po ?* to a itoue: tba<CfN4?E
NM Iff o .a t.a h? ; ibtnee N ?" W U 80*100 polea
lomiwvtbmrS-'J ?W'il84 lOUpolaitoaa ak^;
touMtfi M 16 65 100 pole* to a atonn in John
limit1 line, and r tin 11 Juniua A. Curiii; thence
US tuaatak ; tbemaH li0 W 47 polea
tai vlille ??l; lb?nte ? ilW K 27 85-100 polaa to a
iiik'Dtiranu r tr?f In K Faria' lin?; tu?-nca M
PS' K )'j h iu) p<>lea to a atakti uear a htckcrr:
imwSWs' *rti 1) pol?i to a atakaj tbanca N
IV ' llNntxiMabe; tbance N V K II polta to
itikt; ib nr?h 71^ Ml pole# to a ataki; thnuca
141 r IS (0-100 piii-a io a ?take; t banco h Sfik" VV
HIHOpi wioat ??r; thenr?H28? k 8JHOO jwles to
ib?r? > W/4" r. fit C0-I00 p. lo< to tha hetitnUi|.e>lUli<iD?
iUtrn 8118 i? 0 pulia, exeflftinc
tonlma 1? acr?, J rota, 'J 65-IW) pulea. cunreyed
Ijfiawl Dun lip .ui ?if? to J. it, ialdir?]l. by 1:
a^.adHwa.t,,J
Soio-t, ib t ptrc?l <U Und cn tha north*ut side of *'
ttuidirtdl k In m ?\wi Aicianiler tu -?t?i Lib
my,i> 1 i'0l < ibr h illi.im Uunlap farm: B^glnnlnit
riit-a-lniboiltaol L ?l Wc una; there* N 69H3 w
41715a to i none; t hence ? MS N IS el 10 r
ya'iai'ifo a i ii the h?rib aiunol tba Liberty ru*d
ui tub t'M f i?d a ii ^ h 12 MO (Milea io a atonr; T
Um< KM-10 pole* t? a atoue thenre W '
M\' K"i - it inirt K. a on; thenrek M' E 27 9 10
toMiutn" b uluolmr, cuutaiulug 1 3 rodi, 24
H<*M"pli|ibeiff-nm | arte a>d Oil |<ol#a fouTtjrtlta.
I uolap a <1 *if? to Harriet ?. Duulap,
17 i^tdat/d V?J 4, |?-,3.
"III. that?>tb?r parcel of la"d altuite on aa'd Lib*
ittf rul ob abtch "nuiuil |)unl?ti re?ldra, adj I ulna
Umi nwi.lt oinMlty Ha *ihifi Luriia, d?Hiaa?a<l, .
Iim"1 * l''"l,n''11 P,r' the Iarui on which ^
"i? ,p' ,11w,,0,,l '"irltin bit llio aud B
"fpii tfjff u the remainder thereof ny tha road
. .... I lr\-B Ul IIUU UUU??IU? an ||
km, too * or ?i, f
mi-nue-tl I <1 of ihipurch'Wmon^T ^
tied u utirh uiut? a? tne putchiwer may flut to p?J) (
UruB,m<l ittcrtrd?? In two IrHiUrtenvi
Mubif tu in and monthi. reapecll?#lf? w"*1
liittrtl (rotu the d*y ol tale, the pichaier RJT??1
kubntdt, ?|th*|pr?v><l p*fK<n*l aerurity tod too
Uil# 'o i? retaiiiM until tup payment ul th? purchaM
KM In I'll. I V JuN^-t.
J KtrTH>? Biw*lih'niaml?loWg?__ .
PROPO* AH. I
Improvement of the Urent Knnnfttka
Hlter, Hm VlrglNl*. '
JlOtftK HI ILI)|*H.
V. H Enoiim'irrict.
^*an1.*t Mrrft. Hiu ?vRl Ma, June M, 1UI.
"IJSOPt^Al.H/iirfarnlfhlriihuDiHi'ilitnd bulld1
in< i ni* ??r m>rc lo. k h>u?>w, of trim* rr brick.
Mlo ii 3, lioil J ot either 0 thrrn, ?ili btfeeelted
ttth?U EmIhWihicp atChadeit tt, MM*h?
tern M |inl?, uii'il J it. in, July 27, IMI, 1
imuiNlilflj therw/'er
Kibi f?rmi, ii-tcllr*t|on< ?r?l *ay JcIrM InfoN
itVn nn be ud upon application to C?pt. K? H.
Ww'i iVitpi ul hltalnetM ai that offlc?
WM I'. ?'U AI iHILU
J*" Lt.- ol. of Kng'ri
pROPOSAI." fOR BUI DOE.
rtm'i or? ic?, )
BOtlDOPrOMXIHMNIM or OlIJO COUHTY, >
Wmkku.io June 27, IMI J
rrrpo*a|i will he welted at this offle? until
??Ht4Jnlj oit.at noor, lot ib? r build In < ol
tk# tUtttni" Bridr* ore' Wheeling ett'k, ?bout
from the" hit titer, mmprUIng thu followJHloiBiltfKpprriimat.lj:
toocuhl* jardnwond
?*?cmy kd In lintf motUf; 1 noO ruble ytrtit
*?ln atprnafhe-; |Mfr?t Ime.I of uperUrnetuw,
*Mti Rn?f In t?o ?pan? if 90 I el each, In
toyS ^ t,rf "l'ur# '00,5 factor ol
J^?wi?at|.f?f!ory |0 t|,r (o-ntnliiloncri mult
lr fllflQy ||f|| pp p |||
mut""1"'""" ,h* B!l'
*?dortr. 'Tropta'afor'atwrd' ttfHifc"
w.. JAS. R. oil AftutPx n.-k
- iin"* ' "any Knglriffr. j?yy
gSJI.ED PROPOSALS.
*'. Jul" ' mi- I
JlTt'Cn h#'"'I?H at thlioffif" until
"" kVi, ,v "" rAV ,,p "?.?. i't>. t??
"Idon* ''Mrtrf |h0
h*IHaiil?.. i m0U,h of H,:0,t (" > !?'
u*'* ?? ?irtVi 10w l#f'1 ,n
W ?PP?" and I'Unkl R to bo
t?* ?"i- J, rL -* 'p* "BJ pi? wo* t?. H? of
I"11* (ui*nitn!< ' f*t Mn,t' ?* ?rotitM Iron
* '? K! Z IVj.u. * ' 'J'III elm, fifO'o d
,L? * "1*1*1#| MO entile
'Mflii w?(f '! n" ,hM ,or foundation.
*v Mi fA , and Brhany turnpike.
2 f, '.| fn' ' ? ^ T?H| o, ^0,1
Mt'll 1, "|'n' " ,,rdl ,SC?T,?,00? *<&
"4 ?hflrtCro?l K*d,on
fi'uu "J',?M?di *4 ifatonopailcR, and
rn r d-m alrR
Pfk?p*n *' *>7 reieiior# aallafretof
o**""'1 '?fjeetaojor all blda,
rJ,;; ii, iSJJ?' p iM 1 ,or ? *bb,j##,fc **
'lwt"*f n ?rt?'y tt ibft ofle#.
?.lialili r? .JA*" qoamim, am. 1
MIDICAL.
YOU KNOW
The b?t ertdanc* of a phyaidan'a luoceaa U Ihe t
rtimony 0/ hli patient*. The tnrniilng demand* J
lor my profmaiinal mttIom prava1 that 1 have deait
boottnniy aid UJrir with thuao who bate aoaeulUd
ate. I naror uw a patient'a namo without permlaaloo,
though I have uuuy bund ml certificates from thoaa
whoa I havfl curwl after they had bora pronounced ,
Incurable. A thotfu*h inedii-al education, with (
many yuan borpttal expcrienc* and familiarity with
therapeutic amaii, a cIom ofcetr f&uce of Uimpuraaen*
tai peculiar! tlea aad atrict attention to hygienic management,
IniurM aurceaa, if cure ia poaalbla, and I (
trantiy give taa paUant my opinion.
HOME FROOFl"
Kids at aao Livu Duiuj* a?d Uubumatbu
-tso?jfK4UJ TwwBtr.-1"Nothing aeemad to holb _
me; could not gt t out of bod. Ur tjultu cured ma." Fniujpri,
Shading, W, ?a !
Cataumu, Por.tpoa OF Noen, Impaibkd Voicjl? I
[ audercd lor yeera; patent medl-ire* fulled to help
ua. Dr. tfrnith comple-cly cured me.
CHnltl.klH'tUDDUflK, :
of UpelJ? I A fo.. Wheeling, W. Va.
Draricwu aw-. Ulckbatkd wojuch -"Treat- I
nantfor yaara'allod bi^vo ru? rtliaf. Dr. kmlih
iured uia." 1 HuaiAd HOl.T, fnaaranee Agent.
prra?"Had tanm for fourteen yura. Dr. tfmlth
luradmc," IOUH k\ W ASHfHOTOJTi
Mmnrn.?-Ru.vM'?? '^oiua on H-ud?"My aou
vuaUllctr'l it.r II yt;?r?Not; Ing m d to balp
ilui. in. bxltn cand ?<l:n "
M Hi CATHEKRIE CAPS.
Market aircit, Wucb'tug, W Va.
( *mchk. tor yeara witn caco. r. Had It
rut cut oroo liuta. It ret-?rr.Hl altar otca operation.
i)r. Smith cured mi without Jtulfa, u&ualle -r pain."
MKI. H. M IJBCfrIT
Puna, t t-TULa or Anus - Put ot u; hack for II
ki>fee??<0|-urtikl d leg Dr. Huiib corn! me without
Ip U?? we lira. TiiOM -va QULVIH,
Whol?a*)e (irocnr, Vain airect, Wheeling, W. V*.
I M-K UTIOfta O* UELTUK, PKOLAIMIM AXD PlLU
! v\aa given uu In die aud pronounced incurable. Dr.
** WAdUWOTOH DELANY,
Martin'# Ferry.
Key. H.u. Ladd, writee:?1"Dr. tiuilth'e prolw*
IooaI eervlosa lo mr family have b?*u moat
017 and I id mm on J kirn to all ai a gentleman and a
killful physician."
Uita. Mx*a.\un Kolii <mj?:?'*1 had been auflor.
a* (or eaten year* and tr atod by masy pbjaiclaoa
or Dyspasia. Dr. Smith aaid I bad a ta^worm
mi la eight hours rt>uiuved a monster, lutt foot If uk "
t KMAun Uomplaiht?.?Three years In fiospltala for
'cmJea give m? guitar advanUKM in auch caaee.
Peraona cured oi Catarrh, Dlataa* of Heart,
drcr, Stomach, Kidneys, Hktn, Blr-od. Narrow Ai clous
and Wtoknoaseaof Kan aud Youth, tkruluia
nd Aath'ca Uwtliy lo my bucobm.
Ptlju cured wDheut the knife.
Patients at a dU'anco mar bo trtatol by letter aad
Itlafaotlon guar.*ntoed A chart for Mli examination
ant on rooelpt af two threa-ounl aUtoi*, and advice
rtarnod frc-u.
<>?sulU:lon at olttca frea. Ofloa hours irom 9 a.
1. ton p. m.,dally. Buadays from t to8 p. ra Call
001 .1r&. HMITII. M. !>.,
aplS Ho. 91 Twelfth at, Wheeling, W. Va. ^
.aughlin's Worm Syrup?
?TH??
Perfect Vermifuge! ?
SIX MILLION CHILDREN! S
V
IK THE UNITED 8TATE8 t
Who Hulfer ftlB, *
Who Fret and Cry,
Who Lara Bad breath,
Who Have Pale Facta, * c
Who Bleep Poorly, R
should Cm Idinshlln'A Worm Nyrap 0
The Child's S!wp U Dlstnrl*d, V
The Child Who WakeaIn Tarror, *
The Child Whoae Appttite la Voracious, J*
The Child Who* Apjetlta Variea,
K
ihrtulU I'Mf l.mtfihlin'H Worm N) rap q
The Child Wfco D'joa Hot Thrift, "
The Child Who la BraadataJ,
The Child With Internal frritalinc,
The Child With balhv Completion,
I'iould (,nc|,r.utiliiln,attoruiK/rnp J
No DlatOM Ho Dangeroua Aa Worme, ..
Ko Child la Frea From Them, *
They Cauao Dlaeeao ThemwlvM, f,
They AkxtstrU) Cther ComplainU, ?
lie V,nnRhllii*M W oi'ui My rap. 0
I'old by all Druiglita and Peufora. myll w
/AI IIACI C nisrmvFRV !
inbunubh wiwvwiBiiii (
By MRS. iULYE MYERS. ti
Drawing and Healing Salve! Price
39 and 50 mdU por box, j(
The Drawing and Healing Salve T
curat cathunc'ee, feiona toil abeema, without _
the aid of akul/e. a
The Drawing and Hailing Salve d
r.uree cut, burn* and Utah wounda. t(
The Drawing and Healing Salve p
curea eryalpciu aod rii f rorma. n
The Drawing and Healing Salve n
cum pile* and polioned deab.
The Drawing and Healing Salve b
cure a curna, inuuied jcinta, cbllblalna aod e
fro it bttM. ,1
Mrs. July? Mym' Rh' umsllo Core jJ
i a certrln cure hr rbeutnntlaiu, r eu'algla, weak ^
arke, epratnr, atldnnaof the jo'nU, were achea, "
raiape, Ac. Price II per bntUe. Trial bottla lb II
anti. F?reele, wholeaala and retail, by r
UK1AN A CO., \
mhllruw (V. Bridge an<l M?ln ??>.. Wheeling. ?
iRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
f!AD? MAtll The Ur??? Km-TRADB MARK I1
llaj . K?IUOdy, U
BperaatorrhoA,Ira- '
V'thK? f II
Memory, Unl7eml^9kraPM^ fl
' taMritudo, Pain In ' q
IFOIE TAKtlB?U>t itack, DtinnwAFTCR TAKtNB. "
I Vuion, I'iKUiatiir* Old Age, and runny other l>U
uei that lead to laMnltr or Consumption and a F
teraaturo Grave. 'Full particular in our pamph* 'J
it, whfob we desire lo e?ud free by mall to awry one.
erThe tfreciflo Medicine la eaM brail druutateat
per par aas r, or six package* for 96, or will b- a?nt t
by mall on receipt of the money by addWg
T HK UUAV MEDIUM* ? O*
Buffalo, M, T. ,
Ik Id In Wheeling by Uughlln, Bme. A Co. 1
lalflxow.pa*
fkf%i||B aAndmoitrm^rnnhn ,
11II111 Bleared In 10taaidaya.Tenycarnea
111 H 11 IWIlAbllabedx m cured. Write Mat '
Ul I w IlllPf caaeTba. MaaaH. (Julncy, Mich. ?
CABAMP8TKAM FltTIKf. 1
WANTED I I
(
km/bod; tu caII at
Trimble & Lutz's
Plumbing Es'ablishment,
' liw Market Stroot,
And tx.-nt'tir Ibf
LUTZ PATENT
ron Hydrant & Stren1 Washer,
Thr In lb? Mark*).
rh'j run la fffuhftt ?lth'>ul dliplnp, P|> roar I
pMmtM.t' r ?wt'i. tnhl7
THOMPSON & HIBBERD,
PRACTICAL
G a* Jfc V tun in Fitters,
Iftlt Marie: 8t, * HwIId*, W Vi
ttoalo-a In all ttloditf laad. ?rrrn<htand **?! Inn
plpwi, ^wer pipoi tad rb mn?y tn-?, ntfam and
wnttr |?< gfti. a fhon pimp-, ntfety rairta, luth tot*,
link*, Ac. 80 p agtntl for th?
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
An-1 Urderwrllm' Oas Machine. Ordera from tba
eonatry promptly flUH ma?*
QARDEN 1I0SE.
Th? heat and theapeat rardan and h/drant hoM In
tba dty. Atao a n?v lot of tb? latrat d?algna of
Ohntnlallprnnnrt UrnnhotM
All order* promptly att?rd?d to.
mh?a Lv*?.m$L?: 1
HARE & 80S.,
Pnettal Plum ben,ButBtean Fitters
*? S3 Tv.lflh Hi
jkU ?* t? pnnptlr M rMuM
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION^
A) attl, * titnn, puUftpnftli.
lu ini H 001 Thin nooUa. 13 00
IlX luoiilh#............... 4 00 I UM lilMw~i..' 78
D*lU*rnity CaM*! in City and XuburU at 1& c~U
jkj-W?L
NKMI.WKEKLT.
Bg mail, i? aikanct, putUgt pnpaid.
)ac ye*r...~~.. U 00181* moathi ?|1 to
WEEKLY.
*. oo
Oraot reduction to cluU. fcood for Mmplo oopr
ad circular*
Addxwa all coaununlcaUou to
>RfcW <i CAMPBELL,
Fublithtn latoUlgtsair.
Wh?llai, W.Va.
Til L J?4A.ia! jj 4tfJ'Jk
wUF
'or the Intelllgtocer.
IMTTIBT.
The morn w.w apriud og weatwird
Her uuntte 01 purplo aid k>ij,
As * print lor iiua wit vending
li:? attfpj to the ahure ul tbe tn/.
A (Uhermtn citing hi < !ln?e
ftti ib?re alone ..u tb? ehu*.
8*M i ib (irtclt, " VCj cMld, gofcl innrulug,
And tihvo I oote.uu thee Mfor?t"
"No doub*, I'm * flibarmn. Father;
Yuu uwjr Lave ie?o iai b tore.
I Uff J nt 'round in ihe gleu,
Aj.u I'm oil jo ber? on the alore"
ti -.Id the priest. "If flsMatc for woo,
Alike u lor fl?hei In tee a -t,
The Uilta uiott almrl-g to them,
Fraj tell tue wtut thej would be?"
'(JotI Father, II fitblnc I r men,
* I ke aa (or da'iee In be aw,
The belli mutt alluring to ib? m
Are tbe uuee I'll nme W tnee.
"II but one were vented, Father,
The bno wr.u'd bo coumou an t old?
To aave auapeaae and deUjr,
I'd bait wlib a turn o( told.
"If a hundred w?r* wint?d, though.
(Vngdit would leootl jr ball.
I'd ( Vo i beiu proioU'i atruug?
I'runlasa many and gr?aU
"If a thouand were wanted, or more,
Tnen the bait to uae would be
Toe ona uu- alluring of ?1',
Father; I'd bait ?ltb d?tt?rr.'
Wlilleautl t Iciui l ee lb.
Cleanlineaa of tbe teeth ia to tbe eye
rbafc purity of breath ia to the sense of
melling. Notbiug, iadeod, is more dealib'e
iu tbe appearance of a lady than
lean, white teetb, and tbe guma ttie color
I Ilia rose; nothing is more repulsive than
nclean, discolored and ancared (or teetb,
sickly incrusted with tartar. The most
eautiful face aud iipa are disagreeable il
lie latler, when open, exhibit the offenIvo
spectacle ot urgleccd teeth. The
rbiteneea of teeth lb liable to be lost by
lie Influence of vAriuua nausea, am! they
re tarnished by tho action of different
lementa and by tbe exalatlons of the
tomach. When tbeloaa of whiteneia is
ccaeioned by the production of tartar, a
oral stick may be need to clean the teeth
nd to remove the tartarous salt; blackness
f the teetb may sometimes be corrected by
nlveriaing equal parts of tartar and salt,
nd, after washing the teeth, rub them
ritb this powder. The gnma cannot be
eaithy unless they are Arm and red, and
dhero lo the rums ol ibe teeth?these
tialitiea depending, to a great measure,
n the health. The gum* are liable to a
arieiy of serfdom* which impair boib
lieir health und beauty, and wh'ch often
ranaform them into very unsightly oh
eta. 8nme:lmo? ihey grow aoft, swell
r.d appear full of liquid and corrupted
I jod; at ol herd they project aud cover a
reat part of tho teeth; the/ also become
nflamed and painful and aflecled with ofstiaive
ulcere. A good cleansiDg mixture
ley be made by amalgamating an ounce
f powdered myrrh, two spoonfuls of
rhite honey and a little green sage In
ne powder; wet tho teeth and gnms with
very little ol thin at night and morning,
owdered charecal is alao an effective arcle
for cleamlrg and whitening.
I.urnl Wool Tradi.
ri'in Urtsaa Count/ (Fa.j Bsptlb'ls >a.
The wool trade took a sudden relapse
itt week, since which it has been dull,
he price went up to forty cents a pound
nd stood at those figures for about one
ay, when tho bujera were notified by
ilegraph, those who wero acting (or other
artier, to stop all buying till further
otlce. Since lhat time comparatively
tile bsB been doing in the trade of tbe
ommunitv. Some few ptirchaaea have
eon made at from thirty-six to thirty
Igbt cents, but these prices will not buy
re remaining unsold clips, ss the high
rice of forty cento paid last week has
polled the farmers from Belling at a much
mm price. The wool crop of Greene
aunty has been half, perhaps, picked up,
nd much of it has found its way into the
Eastern markets.
The cause of tho running up of the
irico of wool to 40 cents iu this section
r?s owing, doubtless, to the fact that a
eavy puiobuer by tho name of Taylor,
or eastern msnufacturere. came into
Vaahington county last week and paid 40
ente, buying 200,000 pounds in one day at
hrse figures, all ho wanted. This induced
dr. Auld, of Wasbii gton, to pav the
amo, ar.d under his instructions George
toilers, who is buying for Auld, put the
trice up. But at soen as the eastern agent
i*ylor got all the wool he wanted and
topprd buying, the demand ceased and
he price dropped.
Mir York Wool Murk At.
few York Uullciio ot jeattnlaj.
The current features of the market do
tot differ materially from (hose previously
luted. The offering of supplios is careful
ind moderate of all grades except California
and Texas, with the limit of valuation
>retty fall and holders confident. There
b nothing in the demnud calculated to
sreato any "boom" or sharp advance at
he moment, jet as matters go thorels a
.teady hardening of values alorg the enire
line, and we notice very mucu lees of
in inclination to question the advantage of
tellers. The condition of the goads market
la cheerful and favorable, the state nf
iff, Irs at primary points stimulatir g, and,
is wool is not really dear at the ruling
ratoe, buyers are willing to invest to the
sxletit of their positive wants at least, and
% great many me commencing to sccurauato
beyond. Ohio X and XX bs? sold at
12c in this market, which, viih 40a asked
nut mo Id to have been naid in the countrv
Is not deitr. Tho Michigan fleecei have
not < jet come upon this market In nay
|iianliij, bu. are eaiil to be fine and
likely to roll veil. Forc'gi wools quiet,
but 11 a iu!? Dim In tut,e.
Did you ever bear two married women
lake leave of eich other a! the gite on a
mt'il evening? Tuls la how they do It:
"Ooot'-bjc I"
"Uiodbyt! Come down and lee ns
won."
I will. Oijfld byt"
"(bed bjl t)Wi forget to comeioon."
"Ho, I won't. Djn't you forget fo
uomo up."
"I won't. D? aure and bring Sirah
Jann with yn rrxt time."
"I will IM have brought her up thin
tinhut ahe wurn'tveiy well iahe wanted
to rm? awfully."
"D.it fhe now? Tnat waa too bad I Be
lure ard brlrg her nut time."
"1 will. And ton before and brlngthe
bah?."
"1 will. 1 forgot to tell you that he'i cut
ann'her tooth."
"Y"u don't iay ao! How many haa ha
now?"
"Kive, It mikea him awfully eron."
"I date eav It doe*, thla hot weather,
Well, good-bye! Don't forget to come
down."
"No, I won't Don't you forget to rami
up. Oood-by!" And they aeparale.
Reetlrj TnrpM"? mt ika Uvea,
Remove blllouineaa, dyepepala, and tm
part new tons and vigor to the ayitem bj
using Lleblg A Oo.'a Coca Beef Tonic
Beware of worthlM ImlUUooa. tth*
?M IMIIUUII.
* IMUIM aM Ouuiala MluilsaButurmlM
iMlwruon
S. V lulUtUol
It ia yet a very uncertain market, with
the adrantagea ipparently mora in buyera'
(nor than otherwise, thoagb no greater
probably than they have been (or seme
time back. Af:er > period o( aimoet complete
sUgoAtion * (ew order* came in,
and, u a matter ol conrae, a better
feolug among aeiiera ia aoon reported.
Thia ia eomewhat enooaraging ao (at aa it
goea, bat wben it cornea to determining
the amount oi boainesa (or two, (three or
more conaecotive weeka, Inatancea are
iU.i ?Ua tnt*1 aaloa iia fnnnH In ha
within a large percentage ol what might
be looked upon a* a lair buaineaa (or the
period in question. In short, the baying
seems to ba spasmodic and not conducted
in * manner giving an> indication that
the majority of onsumers are inclined to
take more atock than la needed to
meet paaiisg wants, unless pcsilbly
aome ituarautee la given againat loaa by
any unfavorable turn the market may
lake. Our observations lull to discover a
condition of affaire ae hopeless aa aome
acoouuta won d have it appear, but at Uie
name time we cau dad no substantial evi
dence of a chauge in the internet of aelleri.
Tluire are prubably aome consumers who
will take a certain iron that they have be
come fimilitr with tad hesitate very Utile
bout paying the price asked; but the
average buyer aeema Inclined tu de a great
deal of ahopping, and given a difference of
60c per ton or more preference over a
makers' name. There la plenty of American
iron of all grades to meet the require
uenls of consumers, sod every hundred
tons of foreign iron that Is placed has
some Influence upon the price of our home
product, notwithstanding whst may be
Mid to the cootrary. This leaves the future
of the market dependent more or less
upon the course the foreign markets may
pursue and, aa a consequence, the outlook
is very uncertain, to say the least
At limes the markets abroad are reported
belter, with some improvement In
prices, hut it hae been demouatrated beyond
all doutit thstthese reports are of no
account ao fir as our market is concerned,
eimply for the reason that f jreigu makers
have an enormous surplus stock, and do
not pass sn opportunity to rid themselves
of s portion of iL Last week the Hcotoli
market was cabled firmer, but In the (see
of this intelligence, round lots of some ol
the beet brands were offered for delivery,
sny time the next three months, at prices
lower than have yet been quoted this year.
In oar opinion, the market is far short of
being favorably situated, though not an
utterly hopelosa one. A change for the
better can scarcely be anticipated until
the surplus atock and eicetaive production
both here and abroad are curtailed mate
rUly. A further decline In prices, of
course, depends wholly upon the preeaure
to sell either foreign or Amerlaan iron, but
il that pressure should become no greater
than it is at preseut there Is some chance
of the prices now ruling being eustalned.
Jofth HIIIIiiu'm FUlloaopb/e
Tho man ivhn outs hit twli'nhv thnaama
(log is better adapted for tbat kiod of business
than any other.
Thoro ia a great deal of religion in thii
world that i<J like a life preserver, only put
on at the nnihent cf immediate danger,
and then half tho time put on hiud side
before.
Experience to a fcbool where a man '
learj-'B what u b'g fool he has been. 1
Tbo man who doesn't beliove in any 1
hereafter baa got a droadful mean opinion
of himoelf and bia cbancea.
There are two kinda of foola in tbia
world?those who can't charge their opin* |
lone and thoco who won't. i
A good doctor ia a geutleman to whom
we pay three dollars a visit for advising ua
to eat i?8f and exercise more.*
Out in tho world men ahow us two aides
of their character; by the fireside only
one.
The world ia filling op with educated
foola-mankicd read too much and learn
too little.
"What good deed have you done to*
day, Johuny?" said a benevolent father to
hia heir.
"I gave a poor little bjy a cent, papa,"
wbm the good cbild'a answer.
"Ah, that waa right. And why, my eon,
did von give him the cent?"
"I gave it to him, dear papa, for a good
3centatamp that he thought waa only a
piece of green paper."
"Let ua prey'" aaid the father, and he
got a strap and preyed on that boy for HI*
teen minutes by the watch.
Thk W. A W. Railroad hai been doing
a fine business for its capacity, all the paat
spring and snmmer, sd far every day a
j train of freight cara ia run out loaded with
J wool, wheat, etc. The littlo road Is a
great blessing to this community?es
pecially to the farmers. Without the road
now,bnsiness would) stand still,?Greene.
County, Pa, Republican,
lloblnv Pile*
Is one of thft most annoying diseases
in the world, arid yet all can find sura
relief by the use of Da. SWAtwa'a Oimt*
mint. It has been tested in thousands
of instances and invariably makes a
sure cure. The symptoms are mulelure,
like perspirations, intense itch?
lug, increased by scratching, very die*
trewlng, particularly at night, as if
pin worms were crawling In and about
tho rectum: the private parts are
sometimes effected. Reader, If y?.u are
suffering from tills distressing com*
plaint, or tetter, itch, scald head,
ringworm, barbers itch, any crusty,
scaly skin erupt! .na, use Dr. swayne's
Ointment and be cured.
I !L. Taylor, Hinsdale, N. H. writes: "For
thirty years I have been greatly troubled
with Itching I'iles; have consulted many
remedies, which proved t> me no remedies at
nil, until 1 obtained Or. Swayne's Ointment
at Thomas' drug stor-s In Hrattleboro, Vt,
nuiuu uuieu iuu vuiu)iiruii/i on?;ugg
Ointment* i sold by nil druggists. rrnsaw
How to ftecnre Health.
It seems strange that anyone will suffer
fronitbe many derangement! brought on by
an impure condition of the blood, when
Hcovill aHursnpariiln and BtilUngia, or Blood
and Liter Byrup will restore perfect health to
the physi al organisation. It ia Indeed a
strengthening syrup, pleasant to take, and has
proven itself t? be the best blood purifier ever
discovered, effectually curing scrofula, syphilid)
disorders. weaki.e*s of the kidneys,
eryiinlias. malaria, all nervous disorders ami
debility, bilious complaints and all diabases
indicating an impure condition of the blood,
liver, kidneys, stomach, skin, etc. It corrects
indigestion. A single bottle will prove to you
its merits as a health renewer, for it acta like
a charm, especially when the complaint is of
on oiliaustive nature, having a tendency to
lessen the natural vigor of the brain ami
nervous sy*tem.
Wrst&McConahey, Druggists and Apotbecariee,
Bank Building, Bridgeport, Ohio, also
Logan, List A (Jo., Wholesales Agents, Wheel*
ing. W. Va. 9 tthmw
A Kenovafhtff Remedy
Is found In Burdock B ood Bitters. As an
antidote for tick headache, female weakness,
blllouin as, indigestion, constipati ?n, and
other disease of a kindred nature, these bit*
ters are invaluable Price $1 00. trial site 10
cent.
Bold hv Laughlln Br s. A Co., Woolcaale
Druggists, Wheeling.
Why Will tow
Allow oold to advance in your system and
thus encourage more serious maladies, such v
Pneumonia, Hemorrhages tad Lung trouble*
when an Immediate relief can be so readily attained
T Boem it's OtaaAtBritrp has gained
the largest sals In the world for the cure of
Oouglts, Colds and the severest Lung Biseasee.
i It is Dr. Boerhee'a famous German preeerlp
Uon, and is prepared with the greatest cart
! and no fear need be entertained In administer
ing It to the youngest child, as per direction*
The sale of this medldne b unprecedented.
Bine* first introduced there has been a constant
Increasing demand and without a single
' report of a failure to do it* work In any**
1 Art jour Dnngirtutoth.tmho! thenar*
tPWn'i wcaiii
U AlCttOWBtd M f M Mi IfmiM (
Hair PumIbi la If ry QwitrofHe I
VuU. \
For thirty yaara it baa been a favorite
with the people and s leader with the I
trade. The nsrae "Cocoalne" hss become *
a valuable property. Burnett & Co. have
established their sole right to ita use in
several soita st law, thus protecting the
public and themselves from imposition.
The superiority of Burnett's Flsvoring .
Extracts consists in their perfect purity J
and si est strength. 1
For sale by Logan k Co., Wholesale
Druggists, Wheeling, W. Vs. rrhrssr
"Sfclu PI???" Cared by llr, Bwajrae*!
Ointment.
Whst ia more distressing than an obstinate
skin disease, and why persons should suffer a
single hour when the* have a sure cure in fi
"Swayne's Ointment" is past our comprehension.
The worst case or Tetter, Itch, Salt
Rheum, or tbst snnoying complaint, Itching
Piles, yield to its wonderful all healing qualities.
Pirnjilea on the Fuce and Blotches ou
thi*8kin are removed by using this healing
Ointment Perfectly sa e and harmlsaa, even
on the most teuder infant.
x laufTioM or sight YS\sa' standinq.
I wss troubled with an eruption (or tight
years, itchiug intolerably utiiims; tried
many i?repa'atiuus without fludiuK relief.
Through the use of "Swayne'i oil-healing
Ointment" I am en ireiy cured.
ju8kpu h lambxrt.
At Hortaman & Bros. Fifth aud Cherry,
Will a. w
Swayne's Ointment, the only effectual cure
(or Tetter, alt cutane.ius affections no matter
how obeiinate or how long standing.
burayue's Ointment ia sold by all druggista.
rthfckw.
No head-acho or back-ache for ladies
who drink "WINE OF CARDUI."
For tile by Login A Co.
Kettcatftl I row Dt-alU. I
Oka following itatement of William J.
Couth in, of tiomerville, Mass., is so remarkable
uiat we beg to ask for tba attention n(
our reader*. He lavs; "In tbe fail of 1&7U 1
wis taken with a violent bleeding of the lungs,
followed by a severe cough. 1 soon begau to
loose my appetite and tlesh 1 was so weak
at one time tuat I cou'd not leave my bed. 1h ?<
tbe summer of 18771 was admitted to tbe City Af
Hospital. While tbere the doctors said I had F*
a hole in my left lung as Hgasa half dollar. '
1 expended over a hundred uollarsln doctors
and medicines. 1 was so far gone at oue time
a report went around thit I waa dead. 1 gave
up hope, but a friend told me of Dr. William
Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. 1 laughed at
my friends, thinking that my case was incurable,
but 1 got a bottle to satisfy them, when
to my surprise and gratiheatiou icoiuuitnced
to feel belter. My nope, once dead, begau to
revive, and to-day I feel in bettor spirits than
I have for the past three years.
"1 write this hoping you will publish it.
so tbat every one inilicted with Diseased
Lungs will be iuduced to tabe Dr. Wm. Hall's
Balsam for the Lunge, and be convinced that ini
Consumption cau be cured. 1 have taken two
bottles, and can positively say that it has *
done more good than all the other medicines
I have taken since my sickness. My oougli
has almost entirely disappeared and 1 shall
soon be able to go to work." Bold by druggists.
West A McConshey, Druggists aud Apothecaries,
Bank Buildiug, Bridgeport, Ohio, also
Logan, List dc Co. Wholesale Agents, Wheel- jJ
Ing, W. Va. rrnsaw A
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills I
and lover impossible.
I or ulj by Lugoa A t o.
liriiKKlNi'n Ifminiuity.
II. K. McCarthy, druggist, Ottawa, Out., I
itatfs that he wus atlllcUa wiih cbr.inic bron
chilis fur some years, and whs completely q
cured by the use of Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.
Bold by Uughlln Bros. & Co, wholesale
Druiuusta. Wheelinir.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat hhould
be stopped. Neglect frequently reaul's lu
aii incurable lung disease or consumption.
Brown'i Bronchial Trochee do not disor*
der the stomach like cough syrupa and Til
balsams, but act directly ou the inflamed
parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Aethma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh and
the Throat Troubles which Hingerj and
Public Speakers aro subject to, For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trochee have Pi
been recommended by physlciaus, and al>
wayd give perfect satisfaction. Having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at* t
tained well-merited rank among the few ?
staple remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents
a box everywhere. tthsw
Uoipfl I mill.
He that is surety for a stranger, shall smart
for it. But he that trusteth in Spring Blue*
s .tu for curing liver. kl-injy and complaints
of a II-e tendeucv, shall never be disappointed.
Price 60 cents, trial bottled 10 rents
Bold by 1 aughlin Bros. A Co., Wholesale
Druggists, Wheeling.
"Kouib on K?la."
The thing desired found at last. Art
Druggists for Rough on Hat*. It clears onl
rats, mice, roaches, bed bug), 15c boxes.
Th
Forty years' trial ku proved "BLACK*
DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine in
the world.
For nie uy I/*?n A Co.
OrlHIeiilf. On
' I hare used Burdock B'ood Bltleni with
great benefit for iuuixestion and tons'.ipatiou
of tfie bowels. "C. 1?. Ka?t<?h.
"Hamilton. Out."
Price SI 00; trial size 10 cents
8old by Laughliu Bros. A Co., Wlwlrsale
Druggists, wheeling.
Carbuncles. Felons, Boild, feorea oflorg
standing, such as Ulcers, Abaeeairs, etc.
positively cured without the aid of a knife
or poultice, by ufing Mrs. Julye Myers
Drawing and Healing Salvo. F'ileu, Halt *
Kheum, Eryripeluc, Soft and Ulcerated
Corns, Chillblaine, etc. It has never failed
tornrw For mIp hv I/wn ft fn n>w
llpip '
g
Thli Baking Powdor In mid a from IrTeil/ rare Tl
grvptfrraimtirtar, indcttry em ! wirrnited to 11
glTiMtlirtethn or moo of MuiHul by
Langi, Grabs & Balrd,
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lalnlnf a htnrfsoino and costly steal sngratlng
iilii>i?e{ a'no, Us dno'y cugrav>d wood cuts, and *
t d lii an elaUnata blu* and gold llth<gnubwl ?
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tKOk. whit ii tan beobtalnwl nuly by applfratlon
ie b'.<u> b ju i iulKinliUits officcaof Tba Blugar Jg
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Principal offlct, M Union fc'quare, fit
1^1 ?w Niw Yorfc _
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leh haa noequtl Weight but AO pounda to the Ji
iquare (eat, and U the ch- apfat and llghteit reef
; cm b* put on It can ha lal?t br any one and
inert jr to all other rooQnf l?>r chtapneae. fire- 41
>1 quaMtln and durability, It can bo laid new rn
p or A?t roofa. Cau be Wld 0ter old ihingltt, tin
ravel r?ofa la of htcdrm" flnl'b, la hb near
proof aa It I* po?atble to mailt any rroBnf, and
1 durable aa tin under ilmlar condltlor.a. ?l
'ricolfjMI PerHqiiarei '
bate a'>3 enured the exelualv* control of ?
[Nh'3 r>LA1 K PaINT. a compounl of littered
whit*'fad and putv?rla*d aUta. It 1> (be beat "
cheapest paint In Ihlaor any otb'r maiktt, and
arrant d to b-t aa repreamted. For prraervlng -J1
Iron or ahlngle rorflog It la uoeqna led, and being '5l
ap. can be uaei with ?xc?tlrut f unon out. ^
iit-a ftnera. brtdxee, auhlea, ba'ra, An. Onlr *
-rr: dark r?d. ir?nge, a'ate folor.atd bright red. Bl
f, In any qiantltr '"wired, all ready (or uae, 12H IH
ta per p u-d, or fl 10 p?r gallon. "
try re ptctiull/ youm, *
tHORUK CRUMBACKKR. H
. P.?Ap I do not mldt In the rlly at pre'ent, I ~
lreailor l r?for print and Irqulrlea a wit mof
, to be adlrrei to Ihomn MiCoimaek, Corner of w
bteentb and Wcoda afreet*. ~
71 QMtRHP PRTTMW?rKBH. J
Perry & Co.'s Pens 5
[fii?ATti> m
i elasticity I
v| uhiformity jf g
H I
Ivlion/'Blakeman, Taylor 4 Co., ?
NEW YORK. 2
, GLE8ENKAMP & CO., ?
Manuf*cl'ir?r* of atrteUr *
Flrwt'Olnww Ctirrlagew,
f?fry dMCflPttoo. AIpo dwlm In flaram, f.ip
pr?, !i<w Rltnk-ll, 78, 77. 79 Lltwr'f etiwt W
W f-?nw PI'UihntgB, Pa uptfl J,
CaTiV'S onriHifl is hm>(<i1 fopi, ft Mt? u
fcW I ' T orJi o' lrlM HIbd'I 1125 up
lllll r?Uto|f. FlRt. AildffM HKA.TTY, W?ih OlOjJil!
Ilood, *aJ will eutnnletelf e)mnf? ihe Blond If
fjrtentlrtMTAtem In Ihffe tnonlln. Anrprvn .
rho will Uk* 1 pill Mrti nl*htfronl 1 to It wrcM \
i#7 bs rt?toffd in *011 nd hnlth. I f inch h thlnf 1
Wb^a?^t^?Sli,
ABEIfreWANTEO
5S?5?,I "1 ? ?mt ft mil tfttvir of tuirr
BsSS:? U8T
REOKIVED.
Anr>lh?r ltr|? u orlmrnl of
ECORATED CHAMBER WARE
AT 8
IMH1I FRIBDKL'S
4tt ' *> nr?<
mmi uNivERsinr RIM
IMtlMtl el itaJf! IMt-hwh InroUhfd
i (Ml tSnitr MTiniHI fa nit Igrtan; tt J
US! 'ZLZ! ISLlT KihSm^mTST.
'ItQ, nWWi UlflWJM. WITB ? f18l Bff'
Ml Tib, Kill. AttmiMKt lot rrtt 1Mb M
nntlfla n' *>m TlTlnt* ??<* Imm * RttW iM T~
Ma. UtrnW el Hadantt llrpr thin fo? tm t
at a<*ar hiMwnkn >mi<
(Da i rtln^PnUdrtl, D. B. Ptrliln, Vorpg.
wmwmm
g A LTIKOE K & OHIO &ALLKO AD CO.
-llO. ? 'tilti No. I Ho.7? bo. I
Dtl> Mlj
r. ?. At Mi i. ?. r. a.
?k?lln<. felt r? III tu
hUjb* t.a 1U-.UC sac
Anlim u?
, _ r.K I.K A.M. ?.?.
Jl?B* 7.lt 1:00 11:3 111
VinbarluJ. t<7 \a *i3?
TaUoctoa Clly? t:iO Ml
Utlnun. 10-.S1 M
ya 'i:J6
*" *****"****" r i
lonac - ?I 1 4;? *?l
Dally axcoptdunday.
No. 7 an Wo. tfMuw at all Huilm?.
WaaHwttttd. i*No 8 No- :j Mo- 0 No. 1*0
I Urii) rkii,.ptii,
L*Ckt+? P. M.I A. V P M. P. M.
Vtaulng *M' ? 0- 1 11:19
Icllal** I 4?. 10:1U 2:10 11. N)
JunriM at- j
i P. tf. A.M.
IttcaTlUe | 1:10 1:00 iil\ i:17
bw*rk_.*?, ...... fcu; &.<0 4.3J
!o!uutua.. hhmhh.Lm... 1.30 ".'id 6:10
I 4. * .'
5:0C ?J:W 11:10
A *
*cdu\ky. I ?:0ii ...??.. lfctf
| P. ?. P. U.
adianai olla_. ll:?0 lfc? 12-H
LLo?l*~~.. ? 7:W 7:M 8:10
a. m. p. u.
llcago ..... k(K h.uu 8.S0
in?City ? 9 >9 1:30
B & O. Palace, Dr?wtug Ueou aua aloaping uTi
i all night train*.
Cloaa connectlona art audi tor all poluu nouik m4
Dutbweit, North and NorlbvMt, making thJa a daal*
tile routa lor colonlata and paraona moving to tht
reat Wast, and to whom particular attention lagltrtt,
WUKZUNQ, I'lTTtt. 77D UAI.TIMOJIH 01V,
BAVP Wheeling- 6:25 a. ia. 1:40 u n 6.10 p.m.
No tnlaa run on Una Division on Unrnlay.
Tlckuta to all principal point* on aala at Depot.
lAoa open at all noun during the day.
Information to Ihe travelingpubliccheerfully given,
W. M. CLEMLNTH, M dT.
\L T. DIVBIKb.Wea'l Ageat, Whaling.
DITTHBURtiH, CINCINNATI ANDBT.
I LOU 18 HAILWAY-PAN HANDLU KIM I .
S n w ?:
WCTT.Tr?.*lM HI.'H, B111!' .JF*
Tim* Tabl* tor Km and Watt, owrocud to MAY
J, 1811.
train* letve Pan Handle Depot, foot ct Motea h
reat, near Public Landing, dally except buiutariU
llowa:
oomo tuar.
Pitt*. hMt Faat Pacir AoiTheellng
Time. Exp'* Kip'a Kxp'a Lxp'a corn's
UaVO? A. w p. N. p. M. A. M. P. M
ueeUng ,1'U 1:07 4:62 9:27 6:62
Arrive?
allaburg 7:27 1.41 ?;2d 9.60 721
iuheuvflle^...~... 8:U0 2:16 6:06 lu:8t- 110
ttaburgb...... ~... 10:00 1:40 7:16 ........
a. mi a. It.
irrUburg ............ 1:40 8:66
dtlmore.-. 7:40 . . h.~
aahlngtoo 9:02
jliadelphla......... 6:16 7:6) m.--..
iv York* .... 7.68 10:86
p. m. P u.
ton.......... ? 4 30
aona WMi,
Pac. Cta. w?a:,. At- , Ac-'
lixp'a F.xp'a Mii.,,cou?'u com'n
Loato- a< m. p.m. a.m.'p. m. p. v.
baaUng 9.27 441 642 1 07 6 It
Arrirfr?
MbanTilla 10:90 tsOb 100 1:11 110
p.m.
fit*...12 10 7:66 H.HM*
unboo..H.M(MMM 12:10. 1:06 ..
'A. v.
iwark 2 (6 1.08 .........
Uumbca......^ I.2C trM ......~ ...??.
ItfBV'?- A. v. i. M.
>lumb<u. !:4C 146 6.86 10.00
Anita? p. m.
myttn,..,..^........ 4.50 8:00 10 80 2:00
lednnatl. *:V> 11:20 8:00
l41anapoll*u 11:00 13:^ 12:36 6*6
a. m.
i. Ulila 7:30 fclfi S I?
i 7:?| > ooi .. i
' t'lDc fcxprea* li'?Tt? W libelii.fl tfally.
Tralua leaving Culuubu at 8.40 p. m. and 6.tt a. m,
iQ dally. Through Chicago expreu loavne Coluub&i
illy, except Sunday, it 6:00 p. with aleeplng cat
Ufhed, arriving In Chicago at 7 JO ant morning.
arth? Mn be atwurad In advance at Union Depot
Ickot Office, Coiambua.
PulJman'a FaJunj Drawing Boon tilteplng Qui
rough without ckange (rom BteUnvllle but to
Wlauelphla and New York. Wwt to Columbia,
ndi.nntl, loulftlilc, lodlanapolia nnd Bt I/tola.
For through Tkkota, Uacgage Chorka, Bleeping t'41
iumuiudaifona. and any furtW information, apply
Joa. M. BkIIkVILI.K, Ticket AtfUlt at A?o
endin Mo pot, foot ol Eleventh atrect. or at Cite
fket Office, under McLure Howe, Wheeling,
1>. W. CALDWELL,
Geo'l Manager, Uolnntbnt, ?
E. A. FUBb,
Hen'l Paa?. and Tir-Mt Agent, IMttiburgh, Fa.
CLEVELAND A PITTSBURGH K. R
J CONbHtiUtn TIMB CARD.
On and altar Not. 7th, 11B0, all Tnlae will ro?
ill* (except Bunday,) u foilowt;
1 Through Train to Plilabargh.
2 Tfcruu ;h Train* to Clivolnad*
? Through Train# to Chlcato.
I'nIImou i Parlor Can (wtween WeUavtlM aa#
ercland.
Hotel and Bleeping Can on all TraJne hot won Al?
rnreand Chicago.
Aooom. Mali, hxprrv,
Leavodldro
B.6A a.m. IO.AOa.m. 1M p.m.
ridgeport 6.05 ? 11.00 " 2 05 "
ubcntHlle 7.04 " 11.87 l.?d "
'ellaTillaM..,MM...MM.. 1.10 < 1.10 p. u I.M ?
KbaeUr.....^.^ 9.18 2.24 14fl
Arrive?
Itteborgh ...... 10.20 ? a.M " 7.48 ?
ltoona 8.4/5 " 12.20 A.*.
arrliburg......... ? 12.Ma.1I, 414 "
ittliaora7ZrZ~ 7.10 7.mi "
uhlngton. .............. 9.C2 ' 0.02 "
hlladnlphia-M. 4.1S ? 7.40
w York 6.M " lo.M m
<ton .... ....... 1.40 P.M. 8.10 p,?
TO CLKVIflLAWD,
Only flva honra and twpnty?flyp minute I
WAV*. Accra. Faprwa.'
tflalro..... _ AM 7!m l?r. N,
ridgeport........ 8.03 " 2.(4 '
oubenvllle 7.01 ' <1.01 "
Uiauco 1.00 p. m ft.l# "
nveona 1.40 " "
udaon 2 09 " fl.jrt
laveland v Ml " 7.2TO
CHICAGO,
Only 18 Hours!
imajk Acctn. Ki}?ki.
ellafre A. u I.M r, ?
ridgeport 6.0ft " 2.(5 "
leubenvllle 7.04 S.0I '?
ellow Creek 7.48 "
llUne# 1.20 p. m VJI
lannfleld a., ft.40 " 9.'.n u
t. Warno. 12.08 a. u >.4(i a. m
Iilwgo ~l 6.00 " f *.*0 "
AewfotviiU Acrvri>no<ia:Min~lJ*i*t MliUir ai ?.
01.. Bridgeport 8.00 p. in.; ftnlvea at gtetiboavlHfl Hi
06 p.m.; lMVMHt*ut?nr1i)? *1 VW*. m.j Brklf*
>rt at 8.62 a. m.; ftrrlva a*, Mlj'.re at I.OS a. in.
Ticket* and B*vneo Ghwkt to ill annrtpai j?rttnt?
i the Evt and ww ul bi prwuTrd al t'a? Tlrk?!
ffliwtp Prldpeptrt
f. H. UTKB0,
(Imrimrfi r Atml
FINANCIAL.
^ANK OF THK OHIO VALLEY. ~
API TAL.... ....*
f*. A. lam, President. I Wtt. It. PlHHDl, Vict F,
toe a neneral Banking P.uilnta*.
MMorott*
m. /. iMt, | Wllllum B. BlttfW'fi,
A. MHlff, I John K. Fm1 itirfi,
. M. Adam#, I Victor i!r?er>bur?.
en rj Rptjer.
wall >. P. JKPfflH. Uwhl*
jXOH A NOK BAN K.
Capital l>??0,000
5, VAKOL - r*s?r.M?
\MUFJ LAUOflLIV Vicir PtuuMr*.
j. H. Van*, I 8. HOttKtiv*%
8. fatwnu*. I W. F.iunutMi,
U 8. Iirt/PMi?. I A W. Knur.
JoffuFftv*. '
??M I-I
COMMt'HON MEPCMAN Tfi.
I OWN M MO(?f. ? fSr
Irokera In Grain, Pravfilons and Oil.
BflfinilMlall COHfflrv|l'l?r ?*<n't In ' o (,hlr?*o
oafil of rra-J#?. io*h e. ?h an I fnlttrtf nirmrjin
cotaft w?!?n*i?t?:
r. I* A ?'??., 1# I.I......
H, |taun|tnri A < <i, J
?||M. H. Hihitnaw,Oi| ( nr. )>H
B. UATfJiPOtT, (J. B. tflout tow,
Oi rural. Of I). Efghitrn & Moo, t>p*Ht1.
3. DAVENPORT it CO..
COMMISSION
telert In drain, Flntir. FeHt, FioOi'nni, Oca*
and l>rud Fruit*,
161 Waahintton ItrMt,
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