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liri . any itfwi fn*"4**
?WI1ES nur SPIUSOi KAIL
ccs" *,lt-?I,"' - lUc., w*r2,imi.
mill wh'? 11,1,1 *l II(jl
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iil^mTT'"- 'I'M'-,.
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v . "krou of
|WfT 90?kMCf ^ L. JtUUfcTI*.
?l! iT^tairKT.. v?r?. ism.
. utJratUlwtiw* Uufjanymed,;.
? ,7'*rM ;. A. tuw".
" 11 , U? in nv*rd lothe inerT
. T.'?: 10 Vuu W Jt to.
. . rt7f.il to cur? a CUM! o(
Hi"-' !';.vvaiin. H. L DWOAM,
-a '^ - fcLJ N 4 *R1>,
IVrry, <?*.
- .... mjntleiiKn of bkjh tund'
fiT oLuCirt. Out. of G*.
. wt - li U 0 your Oif. TO BE PAID
tnVa'J'V" *nU* for ^artlcnliw. an.l
t-^T,: ? 10 the L'n/oitij^rV.irviS!)
?i:.'t>" p'fd taiiurchtmlit who I
' bottle* of &'&?.; one
^irriPEciFiecO..
Pr.ip lelc.s, AlUat*, Ux
iv,; $r Pr:c;S!? everywhere
M-' *r. r : 1ari <ir nituUr nvlnred to $: 75
holding half the ?jtntitlty
;'.r J'- ?pr23
DR J. E. SMITH,
>*.) li!T CIIAI'LINE STIIEET.
Hi bo: .< of * phninia'i tucctm In tee u?Cscsy
o/ "a ;nTsc increasing demand* for
aj pro.'.?: r,*: vnicv* preve that J hare dealt |
I Sccomi.;.' *-"d fairly Ch thoe wh-j bar* conralted
at I 3'tct u* i j*tient'? name without permi*.
I Cel. dossil hur; nanr hundred certificatesIron ]
t-j *- :: .>.? ci\*e oU^rra-iccof t?in>.i=rtUi
pw-:L/-n:'.rf and itrfct ttWatfoa to
civ v tic pSeu; ray opinion!
HOME PJROOP
Siiaer *a4 Llrer L'.-hims and Rheunitlasj?
Ji.'^'rf.T.b'.r.- 'NotMiie itemed to help me;
ac 'licUtloaiolbci In. Saith cured me."
* liW. PHILUK,
Wheeling, W. V*.
nan ft!/?cso? So*. Impaired \oIce.?SuJ*r:i
!<;r j?cv latent median* filled to help me.
Dr. .-=rJi (jHlDDCcKi
of -jri-lel A Co., Vheelins. W. Va.
,v.Wi 4:11 Iterated st-jmarh.?"Treatment
{wjaai^ff y ?-vc fl-'nawA 02^
"7 m.-"Fh1thm'for fourteenyean. Dr. Smith
mwl =.< " . LOUIS V. WASHINGTON.
for fwurteea JrA.-r. N'othiT* lo
it.'? ;is. L'r. smith cured bin.
.V P.-. CATH2RDJ2 CAPS.
adrift Wbeelta?, V. Vc
C*ace?.-''suS?rd for par? with cancer. Had it
rwoct thrtc time*. It retu awl &!*.?r t*ch operaUvl
I>r. smith cnred me wrthout knife, caustic or
MiLd, E. H. ORCUTT.
ftjei, tenia of Ana*.?Flat oi ay back for IS
wki Scp-i.-ted dying. Dr. ialihccredue without
ui-'e, is St- "wccii.
THOMAS COLVLN',
Wlokftfc Grocer, Mains'.., A?eelis<, W. Va.
Eesnfcow of F^c'.us, and Piles.?
"*u r.vyu up to die and proceuaccd Incurable.
Di ic:i2 e?wl me without tniiu"
VA-HJ.V^ry.V DELA.N1,
MiT-iu's ferry
ttr. SLO.Ladd *ri:?:?'"Dr. smith's protemioual
r*r.na in ay bmtly tuve beta mo*t satisfactory
UU.':: ja^iciia."
Ha. Slarscet ?olb ?y?:?"1 zaA b?*ea buffering
Set !e"ea jto and treated by ra^ay physician* Icr
Dr. &alih 1 tud a tape-worm and
Is ei?:; tour, rcnov*! d taonater 1W let; loax."
Fc^it-'e foaplaiata.?Tan* years In hospital-* for
tesa.n. giv* ae peculiar 4.1 vantages la such ''-wa
htr?u^i wM oi catarrh, di&aae* of heart, liver,
nreuch, tyiaeyi, tela, biocxl, nervous Ejection*
a;i * Ataoert o! men and youth, aerotu 1a *aa
U'Jini vj =y success.
hla rirrl without tae anile,
fwu-r^?; i iuuace may L>e treated by letter And
us&cUoapinatced. A chirt lor seii cxarainaR?
ks; oi rajcipt of two tarte-ccnt Maaps, and
ilrta re'.irasi tte.
Cocfzlu&z u :ice free. Office hours ir^n 9 a.
*. to 7 r. *., iiilj. Call ja or addre?,?
J. E. SMITH, SL D.,
?plS Ki 2":ChgpHne St., Wheeling. V?. Ya.
tWMf
WEBB'S ECLECTRIC XEDICIXE
litforftire md effectual remedy for all Nervous
ftjnLti la everv stage of life?youn< or old. male
or '.cu!?: mch'as Irapotency. Prostration, La* of
Las of ?ilalltr. Defective Memorr, In{c.-~i
Bain Power, and diseases from which an
cisitvii waste of life springs. all of which cannot
k! u "Ermine the whole system. Every orxan
'a ittxiae-i, every power pro*tr?Urd, and many
(>r=to( '.-.y^e are generated whfch, if notcheckeu
tie ci* to an early death. It rejuvi nates ace
rtiartj^rces youth Each packags contains
nftdea*. tat two weeks' trcatmen t. Write for Parnate.
*&ch win U: sent few, with full particulars.
mW 'jj ill Drauist* at 50 cents a package, or
t*eiTe [-if'uw for ft (X). Will t* sent free by mail
03 rar.pt nosey, bv addressing
??&: ' iJiCTHIC MEDICINE CO..
A C8? rar.ctw.-d. Buffalo. S. T.
wvf!w 4 t0" "s^l0'<fg^e 1311 Agents,
Or, Frazier's Root Bitlers
Frui,?i i;e: Bitter* are not a dram shop whlsiy
vnemt. b:;t are strictly medicinal in every s-u-o.
Ther *ct ^-^iy upon the liver ami kidneys. ktep
tbf w*els oj<n and regular, make the went stron?;,
:?! lie lus-*. build up the nerves and cleans* the
bl*/!oi system of every impurity.
forKsine*. Rush of Blooa to the Read. tending
to Apr.pitiy, Dyv,<ec#ia, Fever and Acue. Dropsy,
f?;. ? and lllotches, Scrofulous Humors and
TetWr, Kinz Worm, White Swelling. Eryripejj*.
we Ey?, and lor youn? men sufferinx from
wetfcjt# or lability caused from imprudence, and
to iszalr* in Jelicate health. Frailer s Boot Bititr>
iwefpsdaily recommended.
rruicr: I have used twcbottl?iof your Rrot
atwn for DrsT?!p5ia, Dtzriness, W'erJtnea and Kid>j
Kx-sh?, and they did me more good than the
twrtn an-} the aedldce I ever used. From the
, -Tt WI took I beiran to mead, and I am now in
Perfect health, and feel as well a* I ever did. I ecutl;r
jour sedidne one of the ma tot of binding*.
MJ55. if. MARTIN, Cleveland, Ohio,
aid bT Loc&n k Co., Bridge Corner, Wheeling.
*id by dnggiit* everywhere at 51 per bottle.
HtNRY ,t CO.. Sole Prop'rn,.
i--^" v,_? z,**.., V;.?te Vrt?t ritf
ffl DISEASES CURED
2t Dl Ftizitn'i Mnslc ointmrnt. Core* a*
-Pimple*, B>?k He*d? or Grub*. Blotch*
a iM Eruptions on the leaving th? ?kln clear,
| ir.-j t-rimifuL Ai*o curt* Itch, F*rber'i
I Rhcua, Twiter, Blaeworta, Scald Heed,
"^rT* Mire Nipple*, sore Liw. o*d? ofcstf^
tlarj juj J sorw, Ac.
Skin Disease.
JtpXti. 2*n, Cleveland. Ohio, raffcred btyoa<\
";tion from i ?iia dltw which ap vented
he*d and fay. and nearly destroyed
yf.ft The cm: ctrttful doc.orizic tilled to help
5- ? i Uvr ?ll had Ulled lie tued Dr. Fnui-/?
ctCiriuiieni *r.d wai cured by & few appliesI
***Thc> s.-niis-l only roai.'irc cure lor itla ii*
**? "et 4L*xivc:.>i?
;*u'' rm-iit of pri?. Fifty Cents.
11 KMCY .v < n.,.so!e l>rn|>r'?.
vr? v,r. S.Ve- " Nt* Yoric City.
D:J.l-hin? or ^censed HUa,
Price 11 m*** Oiata^at Is amrerurc.
iS-SKf"- K^telWl?:ss
*XD LIQUORS.
C2A1' SxiUS- ?o'W cui'i rso.HA.vxj
C. KRAI'S & CO..
i?acce?*of to H. Schs-.cItAcS a p., i
1MP0HTEI1S AND DEALERS
? ?orsg.v a.\t> coxisiic
Wines end Liquors, Brandy,
C02D1ALS A.VD H7II3SI2S,
No. lias Market Sti ?ct.
' vnr.>n.lNr. v.
RICH BLOOD.
PAItSOXS' PURGATIVE PILLS
tteHioST fnC^v?ooJ,1 *iU wmp^etely ch<n?
Aar^4nn wk^L?,atl!? sT>:?m in three taonthi
eat it {?. >? 1 one PHI each nicht fror
B ne>. 31 resionxi to wand besltf
6T a*ll lor clijh: letter susipc
~ J- s. JOUNifOS 6 CO.,
Sauiii, Mm*., foraerly Basjot, H*.
medical.
IS;
i
VMAItlTAN Xr.RVIXE il
carej tny llitle rtrt of nt?. She w.n ?u,? ?*? * >n.< t
dumb, but It curcU h<r !>h-c.B no? u un.li" J ,
vUuu'**?/. i'*T?a Ito* *prtmcSS wil
8AMA?!Ti> AEBVJ.VB ?t
U? been the mewu of farina my wife of rheumitUa. CI
J- U. r lxtcucr. Fort Coliliw, CoL
MMAIIITAV Vi'iivtvn
Mule narecurcof flu for mjr ?>n. J ,
E U. IUlu. Hutt?vuk\ Kvl '?!
SAMARITAN XEKV1.>K ?
Cured me of vertigo. neur?i*U and ?lcls h-artaeh?. cr
Mr*. Wm. Hisjo*. Aaron, 111 t>,
SAMARITAN NERVIXE j
tie aeazj of curia* my *lf<r of ?,-vu tji. ,
U*v. J. a. Hoik. Ik-arer. ivu
H.lMAHim Nr.KVI.VK rt
C*riKl me of uthma. afu-r ipradine or>-r ?3 f?l> *tt!i tli
other tlotion. &, i{ Honaox. Sew Xtuar. lad.
HA MA II IT A \ NERVINE
Effectual cared tne or ?rvum*. u
. ,MI?? JKXVlK77*tEZX ?
.V)Weit\gn DtifvoiL Chicago, VL j;j
HAMARIT.1M JiERVI.VR
Cnrfiloer chlkl of flta aft?r cl*en up to die tr oar
family phr?lcun. it havinsoT^r <n In ill h-jjr*.
iix.\*r Kxtx. VerrllLx W*nvavo., leaa.
?AJfARITA> NERVINE Cl
Cored me of acrofuU after aatTfrlnir for rtrtit yes-x ."ll
Albeit Sihmox. i'euna. 1U.
SAMARITAN NERVINE .
CarMmywaorcu. ?fvr ipcnillnc ri ?) wt:b other
Socton. J. W. Tuoc.xto*. CUSUira. M w. U.
SAMARITAN NERVINE
Cured tnf wrnanrntlr nf ppi:<^tlc flta of ? *?n\Snn Cfl
cturacier. Uir. W*. MaErt:*.M<?c&ia!c?;owa,M.l. *
SAMARITAN NERVINE V
Cored my kj? of ? ?. ?t;cr hirtr.g had a va in >!~y.<xa Iu
tauauii. Mas L. Fonxs. Writ i*otada.n? .V. 1*. pS
SAMARITAX-AERVIXE VI
Cured me of epll't-r of nine y?*atV usdlp.r. tMjaaOateju
'
Gnnby. Xe*toaCo.. Mo. ilt
SAMARITAN NERVINE tlHMprmua-nUy
canM m- of fpivp.y of many rtan lu
ou.tuiuc. jacob sltx*. si. jatcpa. mo. r.
SAMARITAN NERVINE
Cared me of broachlrK a.?th*n\ sad p-m-n! d-Ml-r
outibMtebs. Iroatuo. Ohio. ?-*0
? SAMARITAN NERVINE te
tun wcoi umioi: a n cromi.i or many r?ari nr
luodiaj. IsaacJewcu. covln?toa, Ky. '
RAMAIUTA* SKJiVI.Vn
Csrrd rn^of Art. liarcb>-?n well for over foar T*\n. 'Jl
CUAXU? E. Ccnis. OulM. I>jU2li*.? Co.. Miss. .;i
_ . *AMANITA* XERTtXR ,,,
Cured & frlcad of mm? who had dyspcr" .1 very badly.
3JiCfl42?. O'Coxsok. Kld^rajr, I'a. >ti
SAMARITAX -yeuy1ne bv
Hu pcrcuatstlr curvd ra? of cpurpcic ft-. ....
David Thzjuilt, I)?i Motnet, loco. u
SAMAKITAX .VEISVr.YR ??
Cured my wile of cpjl p*y of S*. y.-ar? Mandlr.3. VC
Hexbt Class F>:r2c;i. Mich. ]j?
SA3IARITAX XEItVl.VF.
Curtd oy true ut a aerrwi* - ?r tu- h *<l n>
E. Osauw. Kur:h Hope. Ta. 32
hamarita:.* \Esrs.vr.
Cared my ?oa of tu. 11c h-x? not ha.i a at for about
four year*. Jouv lHvs.?. jh
TVoodiiura Mioiusln Co., IU.
SAMARITAN NEK VINE ii.'
1* for sale w
BV ALL DRUGGISTS
Or my be had dln*ct fmri u?. For fu^h-r'sJomatlonlodov!
vamp for our iUastm:cil Jourza SJvisff
cvidcncc* of curr*. AddrrM {.
DC. H. A. RICZlaZOXD ?fc CO.,
World's Epileptic tr.VIiutf.
ST. JOSEPH, MO. Ve
- ? tic
WEemM^ I
(d , - ( ?
ICy ?
iHsy=
COXSU3IPTIOX T2i
Cb;
Owing to a popular idea that a remedy said to '
cure a variety oc tnalariUs should be treated with '
caution, if not suspicion, the inventor hesitated
some time in placing it before the public: but frr ra pa
thecratifyiaK durance by a great number "{ the
rxre'vitalizitig and health-renewing p?opert.fe? of ,l
his preparation of Hypophos-phlle*. under a variety .
of circumstances, he i.< equally satisfied that thf?e wx
etJVcts are secured by iu u>e. that its nc-.ion Upe- {/ ,
cullar to hi> preparation. and that IXiSSU>ll"TloS
Is cot only CUKArLE, but. up to a certain s:ap?, is tr<
a.? easily controlled aa most other organic diseases. m;
ib
While it h the aim o! the Jnrentor Jo convey in- ,
fonnation to such as require hi? Hypophosphitcs, it 'J*1
is his firm belief th*t it* u.*e will be valuable ti> *11 lis'
wiu deshe a long life cr who are itrufijlin;; for , .
ntft.m.
wiih n faith 1?.vkh! upon the experience of twelve
years, he would not despair of restoring a patient ~
. uCetfus frutn the t&ovra-distfse. tveu tho ch reduetd
to a very Iot state and uot complicated by ,<J
actual organic luas.
Fu.vr, MICH.. May ICth, ISM. **ei
DearSir:?AVowine to?iy that I fsteem jour '
Uyp?ph<rfphlte<*' uis-t hfchly, and for those '-nRaced
In ptofe*^ion* which draw largely ou the
nervous it U invaluable. I have cwd It my- ;lJ1
m?I{ with the most atisfadory n-Mtlts and have In- eo:
t reduced it zo t Urge number o! ay peopJ*.
Kev. It. U. H*1RF. r,
*r>rlT?.f P"?tr??gt Michael's CathollrChurch 1J
in?iiiaKmi s
|
: 1 H*tSThSi : Ci
ICnlaciJ, i=ilairErS:a. i"\
-1 n^ul rr.'.! v^yczzlr^'x cat'.iol"* c? 1!>, ~ tj,
;; j; "'! ?. au? ;;./;; .y^. *
yl
: - *
4Tcrrrrrcr:3tVV.:!:T,r'.'-->;rfV^V'.-l- ;
j : ier, cr Ctoea?cf i-3 L&aej* t=?xa, C ?
Slf?M
Sold by all drnnrfsts and dealers in njedicincs
*
Csres J3J:ezsatira, iuaibazo.Lazierizck.Zpraizsaxtd
?
Erciscs, ?-stiiaia, Catarrii,
Counts, Co-'d=, So-o T&roai, h
niylithasiz, ,Eb-"=s. Fttst v
Bites, Tooi'l. Ezr. accf Head' c
acijc, ssc airjuiss acies. o
TU l<st launwi m l e?ic?d tm^Sj U tie \
?orki. Zjuj %o&!* fsmauci. 5>V.4 fcj acting j
d.iimertty^beje. DUert??? la ci^ht Ua-Wc*. J
rrict 53 ttsu *u<i J?-^. a
FOSTER, MILBURN &CO., Prop'rt, 1
1 IXTF-'-LO. N.Y..U.S.A.
t am SB ii? !5
k, t> sj Uj-j?no na? till Kurt". F.i^ij*fa>hl 10 ;
s ywviijm) curcvf. TXe'.tr to pftUf'iu IfmUI P?ru !
L ollu*coaalT7- Dr. 1 .1- ?lan.b, Uuiacy.MUrn.
RPTtTY^0^0^'27 10
DLAIIT Orw. HinMSiaop. ^"iHoiSd*; .
ladacvaeau TTriieior tail <m BivATV?,
V&aMar.ou.X.J. colO
The I'ruli l rn|> 1'riiiuUtiitf.
1'iAl-tlMoiiE, 5Iuv 2.?Iteports from the
jtstwu short' ol this State and, also, /rem
lelaware ore quite favorable to the fruit
rop. The bloom la vcrv plentiful, and
lie severe test put upon the orchards bv
lie cold weather of two weeks a^o and thine
snow-storm have been stood very well,
o far the peach buds have onlv been hurt
:i a few radons, and even in these districts
trough will be left to given fair yield. The su>erintendfnt
of the Delaware division of
?o l'uuaaelphia, Wilmington >k Haiti mow
lilroatj, the chief freight revenue of w hich
omw from the peach orchards, has reL-ntly
made a tn?>t thorough tour of the
uit regiion, ami the information he huts
nthm d Is complete and trustworthy. He
H'8 that all talk of the peach crop being
ljurcd was premature, and he had no
otiht that the crop would bo a large one,
nd in faying this hetoik into consideraon
the factthat the infant germ had manv
?ore dangers to contend with before It
-ached niaturi(y. Indeed, frum all that
in be ascertained, there is no doubt of a
aod crop. It will far exceed that of KSSO,
nd will he second onlv to the woti1
1C?*. " ...l
tiiui uuv ui too, wurn iuarcts
were generally glutted and
?ousands of baskets rotted at railway
ations. A mom: the other fruits u fair
op of apples will be grown, not so heavy
J luf-t year, and better than in 1SS0, when
was rather light. On the pear trees the
loom is not abundant, but the buds are
umtrous enough to give a pretty good
op, and the trees are healthy in the upper
jr.insula. The berry crop promises to be
pavy. The yield of* strawberries will not
; anything like that of 1SS1, which was a
markable year. However, it is likely
.at the buds will bear well, and that there
ill be more money in them than in the
>avier crop of the year before. The yield
ill probably be heavier than that of'lS30.
lackberries will be abundant.
WcuSrru Crop KrpjrK
I.vdm.v.ijous, .May Z?The Indiana
tireau cf^ Statistics has Issued a report
'"G luuuuiuu ui
beat in this Srale is 10o.3 as compared
ith 100 this time last year. Average contion
of oats 0.7, and of flax the same.
Jacksonville, III., May 'J.?-The present
mdit;on of winter wheat in thw .section
Illinois, from reliable information, is
lly 10 per cent above the average for the
L-t ten years, and iW per cent above last
ar at this time. The acreage is about 10
rr cent lets than the average. If this is
i indication of the winter wheat crop of
. United .States we will undoubtedly
tve the largest crop of winter wheat ever
ise<I in this country.
The condition of the oat crr.p is ten per
nt above an average, and 23 per cent betr
than this time last year. Acreage 1*0
r cent larger than 1SSI*.
cations of the re being a large acreage?25
:r cent above that oi last year. About
ie-thir<l of the wheat crop of last year is
;1! in the farmers' hands, but corn has
en mostly matketeil at the high prices
ling for the past three months. The tean
is at least three weeks earlier than last
ar. The appearance for an abundant
irvcst ii? this section of Illinois are much
ore favorable :han at this date one year
0.
CuiLUcoTtin, Mo., May 1.?Reports from
1.-> l <:rt oi Missouri are'ftmeriugto wheat
;-l fruit propeets. The wheat ii fullv
... ..I I r.! 1 I .!. r
ivt- wccus ?m#u ui lusi ?vai uuu me eupisilion
is that the harvest will begin
r>; May *J0 The acreage is larger than in
SO or.lSSl. The late culd snap did not
jure any kind of vegetation or fruit in
is r; >n. There is a large acreage of oats
wn, which is coming up nicely. Corn is
ir.g planted rapidly and the ground is in
le condition. There will be the largest
reagc of com planted in this region ever
town before, live and barley are little
ivn here. Fruits of all kinds'never
jked more promising than now. The rent
heavy rains have delayed corn-plantz
a little, but as there is yet ample time
it no materia! injury has been done,
irdcning is well,advanced. Potatoes
veal! been planted and are mostly
rough the ground. There is little or no
rn, oats or wheat for Side in this region
eept for strictly home consumption.
A I'll ILLY M'HJKCT.
ie Zee Supply ?i:<i l'rnp<i%ed Prices
this hummer.
[caso Tlm?s.
fhe ice men will have tbiDjs all their
n way this season. Usually the small
ckers within ami near the city harvest
ou^'h ice to break the market and force
a heavy packers to come down. List
nter, however, these small packers failed
secure more than one-fourth their usual
>p, and will cut a small figure in the
irket, and the heavy packers will he enled
to make such figures as to suit themves.
The following is the current price
t:
poinds daily, per $ 50
yitjfj'Js daily, [< - treei 2 CO
jounds ilaily. per weak.- t *.o
^ouuds d.tlly, per \reek.....^. 1 -O
[Kju.'id prr to) pound* CO
KJi:n<i lot?, per 20' poaads- JO
pound lot.-, j.er 100 pounds _ 40
rhese are double the priccs of last sum
(i lo pounds a day was delivered at oO
nts a week.
The fame increase is reported elsewhere,
ices in N'ew York are higher than since
7:{ (about double last year), and are ex:ing
considerable complaint, as they are
tovu Philadelphia prices. The following
mparutive table shows the prices now
rrent in these cities:
PhtUdelphl*. New York
pound< daily, per w;ek., $ <3 S 60
founds daily, per week 63
pounds diily, pet week 70
l?Hinds daily, per week 75 1,00
pound* ana upw?d, per HO it? M Co
r ton TOO 7 00
It will be observed that while New York
ices are much higher than Philadelphia,
liicugo prices are decidedly above Xew
ork prices, and it is especially notable
at the pritv* per ton varies but little in
1 three, indicating that the actual cost of
?.rvesting and preserving a ton of ice is
jout the same in the three cities.. The
fference is chiclly on delivery by the
eek, and the presumption is, there/ore,
nee a ton is of the same value in each of
ie cities mentioned, thedeliverv svstcm is
liferent. This is ilie case to some extent,
> delivery in Philadelphia consists in
aving in the yard, while here it involves
ashing and potting in the refrigerator
hen required.
Hut the worst feature of the outlook is
le prospect that during the current week
hicsgo prices will prouablv be advanced
) to 'J5 pc-r c^nt, as a meeting of dealers is
ow being arranged for that purpose. This
npending advance is likely to be one of a
ries of steps to extraordinary prices.
prominent (leaser stated tnat tue ice in
ore is wholly inadequate to the demand;
iat orders are now coming in irom the iu rior,
indicating that little ice is on hand,
ad that Chicago, dealers, besides being
ion in their stock, will be cnllcd 011 to
like up the deficit in the interior, at such
rices its they agree upon.
Til F. WHII'l'I.N U i'OST Alio LIS H CD.
wifral Rrjotcin; Ovrr tb?* De?lriirllou
uftlie Uarbaroiu Pu<t mid Ln*h.
IijcmiosD, Ya., May 1.?The-law which
as existed in this State for the past four
ears, creating the whipping post as a ma*
bine for the punishment of petty larceny,
xpired with the setllng of the sun on Sab?
lath day. To-dav everv whipping post in
" ?:l) J
> ir^UUil ????? **? ?** au>? ununu
nto the fire. At the pail oession oI tlits
^pslature, the law creating this ancient
,nd obsolete mode of punishment was regaled.
During tho hist campaign in this
Itate, tho Readjustee pladged themselves
o alxjll-Fi the whipping post. The law was
ilwavg objectionable, ami, when the issue
?me nn ip the Assembly, many of th$
Democrats voted with the tteputyicaui tc
epcal i:. Its enforcement was often attended
with treat difficulties. The courts
were pren aiscreiionary power as 10 un
infliction of the lash upon women. Tin
negroes insisted that it wns le?s nftpr; in
riictetl ujion me female? of the white rae<
than their own.
With its abolition ami the law requirini
the prepayment of the poll-tax as a prerequisite
to the enjoyment of elective franchise*,
the two most objectionable legal re.
quirements, so far as tne negroes are concerned,
are removed. Jso far as the lash
was concerned, however, tnanv of the
darkeys preferred to be subjected to its infliction
than to be incarcerated in jail. The
Readjustee expect that their etlbrts in securing
the repeal of these laws will add
greatly to their popularity atnonR negroes
in the campaign this year. The Democrats,
although they bitterly opposed the rcj^al
of these laws before the last election, will
claim wuie credit for their vote* in the
Legislature when these questions were
voted upon.
I'ilf.l llcliuic fliml
The symptoms of itching piles are moisture,
like pvnpiration. lutense itching, most
ut night, s^ins a.1 if pin worms wer?? crawling
in or about the rectum. The more you
scratch the worse they itch; very distressing.
The priva'i? j>arts nre often ailVeted. Dr.
Swayne's Ointment is the most etlectite remedy
extant for this tormenting complaint
Gives rest at night without the deaire to
scratch: also lias no equal in quickly eradicating
tetter, iich.salt rheum; erysipelas, barber's
itch, pimples, all scaly, crusty, itchy
talnlv the be*t remedv ever used in ray practire.
?l)r. t'olton, Woodstock, Yl " Troubled
with itching piles for over twenty years,
it cured me completely."?L. S. Messer, KnHeld.
Me. Sent lor fifty cents (in three-cent
stamps); three boxes, $1 25. By Swayne
?fc &jn. Philadelphia, 1'x Sold by all druggists
in Wheeling and el?ewher??. Mwravr.
Tux "London hair Color Kestorer"
is the most delightful article ever introduced
to the American pt'Opleand
totally different from all other Hair
Restorer*, beingentirely free from all
impure ingredients that render uianv
other articles for ibe hair obnoxious.
Where baldness or falling of the hair.
cuais, or premature grayness from
ickneso or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color,
an?l cause a healthy growth, cleansing
the scalp from all iriipuritied, dandrulT,
etc., at the same time a pleasing
and lasting hair dreeing, fragrantly
perfumed, rendering the hair
! . soft and pliable, making it an ihdisj?nsab!e
article in every toilet. Ask
your druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer, l'rice 75 cenu a bottle.
Some ten years ago my wife's hair comI
inenced falling, and got very thin and turned
cray, but after using Ixmdon Hair Color
i Restorer the scalp became healthy, the hair
stopped falling, ihe color was restored, and
is now growing beautifully.?J. A. Ttses,
Wilson, >*. C. Mwnvr
Well-Mfrlleil Miecr?*.
A gentleman once asked a distinguished
dispensing druggist to explain the secret of
the aln.ost universal demand for Dr. Richmond's
Samaratan Nervine. He said that it
was in fact a genuine medicine?such a compound
as every good physician wonld prescribe
for the diseases which it was advertised
to cure. Of course it cost less than any druggist
would charge for the same article supplied
on a physician's prescription, and Inside*,
tho re was a saving of the doctor's feein
addition. Moreover, by buying the drugs
in mcli enormous quantities, and having a
perfect apparrtus for comjwunding the mixture,
lie wi' not only enabled to get better
articles in the rirst place, but also to present
the medicine in better form and at less price
than the same preparation could be possibly
obtained from any othcrVsource. Dr. Richmond
has devoted all his energies to the
ttlleviation^of human suffering. With this end
m view,aud with his whole heart in his great
labor for the benent of the afliicted, he has
achieved marked and merited success. There
vim ik nu rem success wiiuout true merit.
Hint his success is real is evidenced by the font
that bis reputation as a man and physician i
docs not deteriorate, and the fact that there
is a steadily increasing demand forhijSamaratan
.Nervine proves that it is no nostrum,
but a reliable remedy. He has repeatedly informed
the public that it is ?o patent medt
cine, and no paten: has ever been a-iced f-.r
or obtained. Neither does he advertise it as
i cart-all. There are hundreds of diseases
that he acknowledges it will not cure. It may
be ur^cd ttiat Hjine of these diseases are so
widely different that it seems absurd to pre
. me. iua* uiuer in
.symptoms, yet in character be precisely sirniiar;
and then we muittake into consideration
the fact that remedies ma/possess various
proj>erties. Thus, wine medicines are
both tunic and alterative; others may be 1
tonic and laxative, the properties differing :
according to the quantity administered and
the time and circumstances which demand
its employment.
In the manufacture of any pharmaceutical
peparittion the purity and strength of the
materials used, and the requisite machinery I
to be employed, are among the chief essentials.
The first is insured by purchasing the
ingredients in large quantities, whereby the
exercise of greater care in sel-cting the ma- ;
terials can be afforded; and the second can
onJv be accomplished where the business is
fiulliciently extensive to warrant a large outlay
of capital in procuring chemical apparatus.
These facta apply with especial force to
the manufacture of our medicines, their '
quality having been vastly improvedsince the t
demand h-s become so great astoreauire j
their manufacture in very large quantities.
Thrse ideas arc not mere speculative re- 1
marks to mislead the reader, or to imbue him
with false views of the superiority of our ,
medicine. While inspecting Dr. Richmond's
establishment von would be surprised mwc
the admirable facilities, both c&traical and
tnechanfcaJ, which he employs in etc prose- !
cution of his business. Every thing is arranged "
in the mo^t perfectly systematic order, and
while to the general observer there seems to '
be no room for improvement. yet new apparatus
and mtchinical appliance are constantly
being procured for the establishment. d.t w
hy will you suffer, when Dr. Wiggins'
Lungwort Compound is a safe and speedy
cure for coughs and colds. Try it. For sale
by Logan it Co., and all druggists.
Evils to be Avoided.
Over-eating is in one sense as productive of
evil as intemperance in drinking. Avoid
both, and ke?p the body purified with Burdock
B.'ood Bitters, audyou will be rewarded
with robust health and an invigorated svs
tem. l'r.ce ?1 00.
In Hot Water,
Orpha M. Hodge, llattle Creek, Jlich.,
writes: "I up^rt a tea-kettle of boiling hot
vau-ron my hand. I at onceapplied Thomas'
Eclectric 0:1. and the effect was to immediately
allay the pain. I was cured in three
days."
For all urinary and female complaints
tike Maaalin.
Go to your drnssost for .Yri, Freeman's Xeie
National Dyes. For brightness and durabilitv
of color, are un equaled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds. Directions in English and German,
Price, 15 cents.
0.-c.tr IVildc never heard of Dr. Wiggins'
Lungwort Compound till he came to America.
it euro ail cou^lisand colds. Try it! Sold
by Lopan it Co.. and all drnp^ists.
Osk XTC.VDRSD doixam reward for a better
remedy. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is
t Hnr* rrtr? fr.r FJJm n*tr
TIlAVELEliS' GUIDE.
sgp-ifcTCTtx or Tjujyg?mazmsgtryc
Laun- j , '
? , . ^ <*'*? a..Y.. A. 5f. I P. K. P. It.
?.40.s. S. t?;55 *56 2:^ &3S,
Cent. 0. IrtT 9;20*" lSj {150 1U2S
T.. P. ? B. Dir 1:2J t.V?
_ . A.U.I |
UCT. at 6:W iQ.iJ 2:10 IfcjS
*TS 6.IS kr, 3.-2.J 4:17 f's??
a. T. T. A yj J mr! rail ^:fa
ifJlIVAl. OF TRAtS*.
1
tej- A. jr. r. st. r. *.
B.AO.B.H 12:1* IA% ?&
A. *. A. V. I f. *.
Cent. 0. UiT 6:iv ?:AS iftW ? ,
r.x. |
^"..P. &2. Div 11:20 &?. 3r^' ,,
r. *. Mt. i i v
Cler. A Pitta-.' JlriS &?.' 7:5* jfrd
I k.*.j x.*.|x.m.I x.a.i r.m. I r.st
P., C, & St. L-J 10:37 "-.jr. &371 1&37 5.-271 5:12
g. T. v. a- 'vJ ?io-.y! ) ?ct:J
t l>ai JV CXOdft
J SWKheuvlUe .Vxcr^nodAdon.?This train durInz
the baciwini &ail fonnnl between
M*rtla'? Ferry*a?J B.llAlre; stopplarwJ?en wiuL?d
it the Shersun Hoc*;, ?uuTiile, West Wfceejis*
as J Gravel UIU.
1 ^ Masrilon AccoBPoUttos.
! WHEEUSO AXD JJLM GROVE R. R.
uatmi s.KT'UHDAY, APRILSth, c*r?
> cn tie nkfrUug wi tlrs Ok re Railroad trill ran
. a*toi'.owrs: Ctr>Killlca.cthediy (coracrEk-venih
j find Market **ci >timin't t
? x.?. lu.-ji) x. *. i i-jj f. H. r77jnr~
K:U) " 11:00 " Z'Ji " "
i 7:11 ? H;W - S.41 ?. 7:W "
, ?y? <4 liiir. k. I V--J3 aro
" ljco " &;* 9:00 M
g-<0 " HQ - " > " 3W "
sundiyk exacted. J As. KLELH
? I eu^rinicuileai.
DRY GOODS.
"EASTERN" DRY GOODS STORE,
Marshall, Kennedy & Co.,
llio HM.A.IKT ST.
LARGEST AND BEST
ASSORTED STOCK OF
Hosiery
Ereribo*aia tlili Stale.
j
I All the LEADING X0YELTIE3la Ladies',
I Children's and Umils' llosa.
Friccs ranging from 5c to $2 a pair.
We would also remark that while our Aslortmeutia
the
LARGEST!
our tricks af.h
utiie lowest:
MARSHALL, KENNEDY & CO,,
aprCI 1110 MAIN* STRKET.
J. S, RHODES & CO.
Among our new goods we have five eases
of goods that'are the best value ever given in
DRYGOODS
We have a case of dark 4-4 Percalines
which we are selling at 10 cents per yard.
We bare a case of tip top Fast Colored
Prints which we are selling at 5 cents per
yard.
We have a ca?e of Russia Crash which we
are selling at 10 cents per yard.
We have a ca.?-e of Madras Dress Ginghams
which we are jelling at 10 cents per yard. I
We have a case of Fast Colored Turkey Red
Darnaik which we are selling at 50 cents per ;
yard.
X. X&liotles&Co.
1152 MAIX STREET.
Agents for Bazaar Patterns, St. John Sew- 1
in& Machine, the Pearl Shirt and Maysville .
Garret Chain. aprI7
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
QHOICE
UNION SETTS AND CLOVER SEED,
Twenty barrels choice Onion Setts.
One hundred bags choice Clover Seei
Headquarters for ARBCCKLE'S ROASTED
COFFEE, the beat now roasted.
Sole Agents for
PKffiXIX- PATENT FLOUR!
The best in use. Ask your grocer for it and
:ake no other. You will find what we claim
'or it the best.
Largest stock of GROCERIES IN* WEST
VIRGINIA.
JOS. SPEIDEL Jfc CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
vb24 1416 Main and 1-U7 Sonth streets.
$1000 REWARD
WILL BE GIVES IF AXY
GLAZING OR INJURIOUS MATTER
Can be found in
If X T\T\TTT7in ItmATkX
lilftUUllAi AUKUM
UNGLAZEfi COFFEE.
ASK i on.
Maddux's Aurora Coffee.
W1IOLES.VLE DEPOT JLT
I
C! DfiHD Pr OAHTO'i
o. damigldviio
Silver Lake Flour House.
mh2S
piNE CIGARS.
Henry Clay, Commercial Traveler, Xo. 5,
My Choice, Capitola, PcopUs' Puff and Pearless
Cigars. All first-clasa brands. Alio a
??rw?lr rt
Fine ami Staple Groceries,
As well as Orange?, Bananas, Sea Foam
Wafers, and other seasonable delicacies, at
GEO. 1?. MGMECHE.N'P,,
1200 MARK ITT STREET.
Telephone Xo. I ?a aprlS
TCE CREAM ~
PJarored for to-day and to-morrow. Vanilla.
Bananna and Stmwberr-. Alv. Frejb Cake*
Orders received by Telephone So, is
r J, V? i 10!:; 5lain sIce
(.rcaaj I*arlr,r5 for Ladies now uj-rii.
??
PASSAGE TICKETS. '
Paj=a.^ tickets to and from Europe bv tea
steamship lines, at lowest rates, for sale at
H. F. BEHBESS',
aprll SSi; and 2219 Market Street.
DjrnGOODs._
stone & Thomas;
10240 IVIain Street.
Second Stock of Spring and Summer
DRESS GOODS
JUST RECEIVED.
Imtncict lull lints o! BLACK AND
COLOllED
SILKS, SATINS,
A.:*!} MOXtlES,
SUMMER SILKS, SURAH
AND Jt'OILLES,
Bbadame's Grenadine?,
Laeo Huntings,
Ji'orelties, Cashmeres,
Satin Hayes,
White (Jornls,
Embroideries, etc., etc.
OUR STOCK OF
Carpets and Rugs
EMBRACING
T7"TriT iT7"TT!rT1PS
BODY BRUSSELS,
TAPESTRY and INGRAIN,
Is not Surpassed by any in the City, in
QuaJiiy or Prices.
UUK I AINo I
Oil Clotbs and Lace Curtain Goods in full
Stock.
All STAPLE GOODS will "ooSold as Cheap
u in any Market.
Dm Cass, of Garnsr's Best Percales
At 12}s ctsCASIt. A Great Bargain.
J
Xo Trouble to Slinn* Gooil?.
STONE & THOMAS,
apr.M
NEW "GOODS I
OCR STOCK OF
SPRING m SUMMER
GOODS
J ; IS XOW COSPI.F.TE
In .All Departments.
.A. SPECIATjTY".
A FuH Line of tlie Celebrated
BONN'EI and 8INNET
Makes, Much Under Value,
lali ami hxanuao tyialiiit?anu
Prices.
Bbues & Goffer,
1132 3 ?ain St.
KprCS
AlitNIS WAHriD
Machine crer laven ^ will kx'l a t-tir o! ?;ocl
laa, with httl and u>; coropiev;, in "J) minaus. I
will al*o knit * crv i;r*rietj-fcf ?uu 7 work tor whlcl
btre I* *lw?p a e4ijy ts*rk?L A !S?i lor circuit
WOXBLY KNTTl LN'G JUUHXH
CO., 4C9 Wniilnt j^a gmti. Bcrtoa,.
MEDICAL.
Jir <# v>
lhc G.000.000 Clillilren
in tlic United States
Who Puffer I'*!n,
Who Fret and Crr,
Who lUrt H*l? ? <*?,
Who lUv# lud Itrealh,
Should Use Laughliu'g Worm Sjrup
The Child WhoM hlerp U Dl'tarbed,
TLe Child Who-Wufcc* In Terror,
The Child Whuy Appetite !? Vor*do*J.
TUtt Child Whi?*e Al'lVllte Varieo,
The Child who Do** Not ThrlT?,
The Child Who |? Knuu-lftted.
The Child With (nternaJ Irritation,
The Child With Sallow Cooipieilou,
Should t'se I-augiiliuV Worm Syrup
No So pangrnni* A a Worm*.
Tbey Cauv In.n'a?* Tbftutrlvn.
Thcr Ag.ntvfti? other Complaint*.
The Child's Cure When Teething:
LAUGHLINS
SNPANT CORDIAL
orrtv* tiikGcu*: Allay* lutx; JIkpccu
1.1 f LAMM ATIOK : OlNTRUU THE |U>WHJ?,
Ct'KINU SfM * Kit Ct >MI'LA I ST. 1>Y?E* T EttY,
l>MKHIIfcA, FUaTt'LESOC, CuLlf, ETC.
Mother* will fin.l Ittmt vtiluaMe: the child will
uifoftotM/i* tlfji.ttrul traJir ui> rVrr/a/.
happy,%tAit f'rUng mmfortnUf. \\ ? rij iruntrw
?*cb UMtltMuui will rvfuml t)i?r>rlo?of?'vprron?
not Iluiujj us rcpment4.iL t^olj by nil druggtiU.
I'rico 12.1c. per IJottlc. .
IAUGHL1N BROS. &. CO., Proprietor
WHEELING. W VA.
CAKING POWDER.
>-]Si NXSV<
Ur?s? fcHZAM jAr^EDtj ?i <?
^RjSps^
\w\ki 1) d ??
!5 A td il ^ Vi *j
This Bacilli; 'Q'f J* xaiule Iroxa Rrfctly par*4
iupe cr--nm urtc -. and evrry cm Is warranted to
Ive uileUctba *r money refunded by
' 1: >'(.' GBABE <& BAJRD,
XisriMcnrnrx.*.
}jJBM?|n ?*r.y?t. Whaling.
?&- OIVE^ AWAY.
Zimmerman rruit Dryer
How Mil for Tcr**.
ZIMMERMAN FRUIT DRTER CO- Cincinnati. Q.
?saC
BratlVeBrrnrorrN tVranrcrUlftalOfoflttfH
Cokirn ?"i>nrurt Hut*. JJ? "J". V.'aJnut rrEi^s^?l
Cjlat. SOrtvriM.Mrt.'U Foot rUJp?.Upr1/ht I>llo??.?tr*l
?'?< *<* Zor rr.u??c. Hawl!r? and
HhIIti f.ip uo?lr^r, Dt-auy4* raJrnt_fu>p Action, a
NEW AND NOVEL K): Hi HOARD rpntmtr.1.)
lilpfe ai nuc!i till t OMJJO.V Oi>'l>A>>,
Xo<.Ui*r maker "tire IjcIU Ifctt oryxn l'.; 1* |a:rnt?tl (
I.NOI{Miif> ft'CCF>*. #*>* over lf-0a n^Bth.
<lr?i*rvl nwrrafV jr. tyi'ftrtorjr * or ton? !>VH *nJ
ty i^i-ctrtc tt N It, 111 10 tUi on??.r*.
^TT^Prfcc. ITorr:!, JV)l?*red en fcoerd CCn
?J CanLcr(lMMl.D??l| Ar.|imljr u)\7v
If iflrr oie t>?c j?n nrp not ?at1?Ecd rrturn
4iftau, *111 prutnpily uluB'i ao?ij ttlih isUrc?l,
Vu?tr?rn. Ti"> I>.r^rs(Sr? allowed to far expcr??i If
j-ou Uiy:rome?r**?r. jocaio?clecni?. Tnt l??rh
with |-?ll c tt? B*.-uof h iil> oil Ifaln*. OCat
Oo?t5. ta. ft?. Itancfrfti1) 113 to JJCOl
|Sr Jleautifttl Illustrated Catalogue free.
Hri?e AiJiIrwa cr caO upon
D_\5IEL P. BEJLTTT, \vicH2jtca, ~S.vs Jersey.
nr< WOSKS
OF THE
Collie Company
Of M. XL.Ho.,
7.'fcCch were touJlj* Dt-Jtroycd L.*\F!re oa 2Jsj *^!iL
art September 11,
ABE KSB-JILT!
Onlers ?rc wMelted !or
Strictly Pnro M'liit?* l.etul ntwl Krd Lontl,
Cnlil-I'rw'iw? nml S'nrc Dnr!> ('n<ior
Oil, IJ/trnril 7>i?tb]c RollnJ
I,lntc?H| on.
f BSSSSSSSSai K r.t^rrn^^hnenn^trrscvx
! f I j I J ft "UUsaKitrrka. Folding
f J-r>, j-J j {Jf sinopy Top. F^'^i up
" . I fc,liKO an S2:br?:li. *
1 T1^41143 s- v*- c,a **
' /\v ssfcrut Afyf^V,03 ^
I Pf'.to.tina^ frrra rjrn ial
i
' Sod t'.r
r:rczhr isd rrv? !' ?. Asra'* *-rr?t?n. i
F'aSrw'JU r"' *> ? BERKS <k CO. I
rxas-^ci tad llasziMOum^ U-*?. Cl
v|* r'-r-r* r-ia't'.lsh.-i ~n
?? I* V' ii oCl 'r i i .N'-vr Y ?rrk
f t ! i-\ I'arilie tuic of
fcj s a ffflC?ilCP7|CF17S.
?? Ka BJ FroJiJntJjvrn-tcf3*-?U-t.
! l>r. .'..V Mr'-crr*)* {iiinrl I/iniJir. )/?bf? sr ik>-" ? tp-rC'
Vtr t-< Kpttaw. b*? *; !.<?nt Cco'Xti*?iU<1 tn? ccx?-J
I 'r tjr?esre-.tban*n?o;hcrli*aupLjr?:cisa Hoi?ttcce>j
v_ ??ii3>!3rb?eoestatecbinci?9l>^T?fcesni*Jc*i!M?'
n *3? I " ?*' tts?.ins. w f?? 'sl'y rart?t Irp -a.
|. .. vo-list'-rt * TTi ' n ti'.i <!? ??*?% Li-'kra-h
tnlit *"?' *'? *!tHelrtxprccord TO t&itu*.
Ihsnar^'h aV.i? CL-^.br
its**tiew:.J? "?{&". .r. u- uir'l-vl^fillow
st-ssv.'ra
sIlverwareT
Xe* Designs t:H bo opened
this week
J
I X. Gr. I>AJ
r iiI3 MARKET STREET,
j rricexVeryLow.
nhvo
?n --i?i ,
TRAnsPORTATJON.
PITTSBvilGlT CINCINNATI T ST.
LOl'Ii RAILWAY?PANliANUL.t" KOt'TI.
Time t?ble fur K*tf And Writ currt*t?d to JANC*
ARV S, lWi.
'train* U*t? P?nh#ndlc Dvpot. foot of Eleventh
<tr?vt. nr?r futile Uudlug, dully, cicepi feuuda) i,
m follow*:
ttttiu Kn*t | tux hue.. AC^h'.cUrg
Ttee. lLxti'i^Kx;<i Ejtp'iKjtp'i c'n'a
lr***-. a. m. i r. k. f. m. a. ?. i r. *?.
A-hwllni : Ltt V?l 4:17 fciffl 6;41
Arrive? J j
Wellsbur* 7:0V 1:SS 4:W fcCO 7:11
r?t?uU-nTlll? 7:? *3pJ 5;3ol *S S.ll
HtUburvh ........ lttCO LM 7:(fci
r. m. U.K.|
Harrlibar* ?... 11:1ft ....... fc5uL._??
| otuumort-...? 7:3a.^~..
I Wiuhlnitcn 9:02...^.. ,,,,,-r,
' PhtUdalpbia...... ..... 3-5.1N??r
Y?itL i.15 lO-.d
lortan 1 1 fcffl
ooiko wprr.
| ***?. | Cln. | Ac-1 Ae|Exp'??xp'?j
Mail c'm'ti c'm'a
Leare? a. x. ( r.ir. a. v. (r. u. p. *.
Whorllnj fctfi 17 fcK LS 5:4|
Arrive?
S^uUnrflJe 9:? fcS> 13W fell
Cmlli ILli 7:?
DtnnlKa-. 11:30 tie
r. m. i. m.
Newark 1:W 2:401....^.. 10;?J...^.
Columbia IOC t45 11:IC...?
Leave- A. M. A. K,
Colamtrai ?:? fctt 12:01 10:10
Arrive? r. *.
Dayton *:(* fcttL.~~. 1:?0
"tarinnatf....^ 7:<0 S:?W... 4.C0 1.04
?adlan*pollA....~-... 10:6? &00
t. m r. m. r.?.
St. louli ?:n fclC ..._
Chlr^o ~ 7:3? kl! l-ISU.?
auua?y i**ve* ?n*t:uurf ?i eul a. k., arrive
WelUburg fcoo a. m.. fcteuU-urtlle 9:25 a.
nuking elc*e connection for western point*.
Tmir.t CoJtirribui at 3.J9 r. V. and S.AJ A.
run dall*. Throuth Chicago Kjprt-*- leave*
Columbus dally, except Sunday, at S:CO r. with
sleeping car attached. arriving In Cblcffo at 7:30
nnxJ innmlnp. Berth.* can be scared in advance at
Union Depot Ticket OCce. Columbus.
Pullman's Palace Drawing Room S'eei lnjr Car*
through without change <nmj SieuU'UvllU iait to
Philadelphia and New York. West to Co umbua,
Cincinnati, Lonlwille, Indianapolis and St. Loula.
For through ticketa, Vaggnge cheek*, det^ lng car
Mxcmnodatlonv and any further Infonna-lcn, at*
piy to JOS. M. BLLLKVIIXE, Ticket Aucnt. at PantlAn<!ta
IVmt font i\f nr
Ticket Ofiee, under McLun* Hon*. V he?llnr.
D. W. CALtWfcLL,
Ccn'l Muiu^r. Tltubureh, P*.
E. A. FOED,
Gct'1 Phh. and Tlfktt Agent. Pltt/burgh. P*.
g ALTIMORE A OHIO RAILKOAJD CO
Ou una after November "Ju. I Ml, patenter tr*in?
wfi' win M fo1)o\rv? Vb^llngTln*"
tS&:&aj.*Q-*SSi,
LttlTe? f. *. a. m . | a. k i r. V.
Whaling ?bi 8:? 6:55; fell
Mlain; .. *CU 10:001 fc.2fl
ArriTe* at? I
r. *. r. m. a. w. I p. *.
tnuwro. - 7:16 l.-Of- 11:30 9:16
r. ? I A. *.
' umbcrland 4:<: i;3i 2:30
Wartilagtoa City 7:20
H*lllzaore 10:5< 8:45
Philadelphia. fcQs *'*&
Sew Yore.- ?i. ?;MJ
i i>.
P<*t?>n I <-> [. 6:H
- Wily urtpt :m,u?y.
So. 7 ?m> No. 9 ?t<>p ?1 all Station*.
... .. Nr. N'n s vTTn
owl,!,u* Daily Daii\~ IMly*
iait*? j p. m. : A. m. p. m. p.m.
' Vht^lluga 350. *20 1:10 11:15
3ellaire ?- 4:45, lfclOj 2:1ft'1LM
Arrive at? ; j
! p. *. a. m.
ZanesTttle i-lft l:tt> 4:45. 3:17
Newark fcc?i h:-?{ i:Z6
Cnluahzs ZCb{ 7:25 tlfl
| a.m.
Cincinnati S:C*> 4.CU 11:10
a. k.
aaa<insky 7:0C* 9:25
p. ?. p. m.
Indianapolis Ifca- 113S 12?S
a.m.
5L Louis T:3t 7:bi> 7:30
a.m. p.m.
Chicfcgo 6:?'1 &00 7:20
Kansas City &3f i:30 9:00
B.iU. Palace, Drawing Kmizu ana bleeping Carl
DQ all nieht trains.
Cloc connections are made for all point* South
and Southwest, >"orth and Northwest, making thia
a dtfjrablc route for colonists and persons moving
to the grwtt Wot, and to whom particular attention
u ?hkeusg, prrrs. and Baltimore rrv
Leave Wheeling?6:40 a. m., 1:10 p. H., 4:50 p. k,
No trains run on tiiU Division on Sunday.
Tickets to all principal points on sale at Depot,
floe open at all hour? during the day.
Inionnation to the traveling public cheerfully
Atea. V. . M. CLEM ENTS. M. of T.
R. T. DEYRIES. Gen'l Agent. Wheeling.
QLKVELAXD Jc PITTSBURGH K. K
un:den*^i *ur.c -ja&.'v ?i rertfd
to February 19. i&si
RiVfcR DIVh-lO.N-qoiNG EAST.
j Accom. MaiL Kxpr\=*. Accoxn.
I. (rare? i
Bella!re ? 5c50 A.M. 10:20 A.M. 2:00 P. M 4;40 r. It.
Arrive?
Bridgeport' 6:00 *? 10:40 " 2:10 " ?55
Fteuben'leij 7:05 ' 11:44 " 3:13 " 6-05 "
Toronto? 7:24 " 12:03 r. it. 3^2 " 6:j9 "
WeUiTilleJ 7:53 ' izso " C'JO " j 7HC E.
Liver*L, 8:15 " I2:i4 " 5:4ft "
Beaver 9*5 " 1:30 " 6:17 "
Rochester. 9:10 " IS* " 6:22 "
ALV-'hen*. 10:30 " 2:30 " 7:C6 " I
HttfV.iirrr, 10:20 " 2:40 " 7:15 " ?
Karri*burs?...? 2:55,1.*. ...
Baltimore.. ... 7:60 " , ,
WtKblns-n _ S.-22 " j,
Phllader&J 6:15 " !
New YorkJ !.. 9:J5 "
Sxton 1 1 tVlOr.n.j
H1VKK UJVJ'1Q.V-(.L>I.S''> WK.-T.
Mail., Exprcw j Li press. Ac??a.
Leave?
Pittsburgh 7:30 a,*. 2:03 p. * IMr.*.-.?.
Allcibeny 7:40 " ?10 " 4:00 "
Arrive?
Rochester- ?:S3 " 3:03 " 4:50 "
Ee?ver S:S0 " 2:05 " i l!> "
E. Liver*L 9:08 ? 3.37 ' 5:41 | te?ve?
Wellsrille. 9.13 " 3:47 ? 6:5 " !6.t0a.*
Toronto ... 9:57 " 4:25 " t:Zb " I 7:10 "
Steuben't_j 10:17 ' 4:44 - 6 52 " ) 7:35 "
Mas'* FyJll:;6 5-42" " 7:.'0 ' t25 "
Bridjreporii 11:22 " 5:4S " 7:57 " 8:42 "
BcilAire jll:35 " S:C0 " >:10 " I S:55 "
1 I SCAKAWAs F5AKUL
Trains leave Bayard a: 11.50 *. m. and 5.10 p.
arrive Miuerva 12Ou p. x. and 5.20 p *.; miTe Dover
1.0SP. x. and 7.15 P. x., New l'nibicelpbiA'1.20
?. v. and 7.00 P. 31. Keturnins leave New Ihiln ielphlA
7.C0 a. r. in<!2.05 ?. *..! over 7.30 a. m. and
llo P. m : Minerva 9/5 x. s*. and 3.23 P. *., B*} ard
10.10 a. *. ar.d3.23r. M.
.nQTH?Twii.s Irvine Ecllsire at 5.50 a. x. and
2.00 P. *. ronncct at Yellow Civek fcr Cleveland.
All twin* daily except fcund#y.
E. A FORD,
General r*ff?n?r tr.d Ticket Ageut.
D. W. CALIHVKLL, <i*utnl Manager.
Pittsburgh, l a.
FINANCIAL.
gA.>*K OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAFITAI flTS.OOQ
Wk. A. Isttt President
! *'*. B. Sixrtox ViwJTttMeaj
TV?< (Hin>nl T?nt'r?c
DUtftcrow:
iVm. A- Ivtt, I Wd:. B. Flsoftwa.
I. A- iliiler. 1 Joba K. Hote!or4,
L. M. Ailanit., ] Victor Rosenbaxs.
Eenr? 5p<yer,
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J?XCHANGE BJLKK.
CAPITA!. flCC.CCC
J. S. Vases Pro-ideat
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J. S. Var.ce, I R Borkkeiaer,
i Langblin, W.
L. fi. PfUpulC, 1 A. W. ileliy
foba Frew,
fi> JnRy J. JOVr-. fn.hlfr.
HATS AND CAPS!
Spring; Stylos
HOW 15 tTOCK AT
GEORGE J JATHISOH'S
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