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■ i- o( Kut** Ho Was
i; a tho ICU'ht
. lion iiH'il scream1
- ... oil back with a
T. ’ he earth I
i !• up t on and there, ’
i;k' culprit, stood an
mm man.
. . • thought--'* ami
slur:. suddenly ve
il • : d i' V> a i to e.x
..i r was tar
tr.jr r m, t p wive. Von
■it ■ • i t »r my
, ,, ■. a a tviiy (
i t s, r. . . • iHiking iu his
.. . . lucky i ilow was
■ : : ; i- effort to re
. .Let merely sue
;>:>u \vh; t <he was—a
I h .vi stopped me
.epreach peeping •
, am. 'it she tried
r. .• : . -h. saw that i
. you e. you took
. a .1 when I realized
\ i im t. a blunder it
. Tii -th< mischief had ‘
w herself up to her full
h. to tell tin- truth, was
- ar ti t. at i r garded
■ < ti ‘m sehief,' ” with an
... a a re.-' ntme.it. !
. ■. uni;, thing now to j
. kid ■ . t't the win
l ; 1. lr.^h eyes
: . a :t: 1 it. rho s\veot, •
li re.-. .J his, j
e : > o’ y
• ' 11 into his
i.l . 'e,\ the thrilling
uni v. he de- ,
: . X
. . . v rmu me i
,, .
. attitude
have [ done?”
ok in hi.'- eyes
, y* i i rt nind me
nay m hhh y lias i> - ,
. V : hfl'l l-.fsk
m .1 \ issao- i
over the :
v ,i« m !i>-> sure—a
* didn't
n .‘•lie
y when
■ c uu-y
•'.■••0 no
g t'i :*
; *t"t. aa;l
ini. -
!' :hnt '
•> ! ich j
> f »r •
-> _ ive !
iia*. in? had ;
! fa or
t d h r
;w about to
/ »! ualile.
I l>i( k an ,
y :na !;•. !v entered j
- ■ ro m. 1
• i tiling for
; v hr then
': ■> Joyce—had j
• y< i must h - !
1 N ■*. with a cold !
i ; i lie tall figure
v ’id. rin? why j
■ • r need \%hat a|
» .’.it smile her j
: kno' you were ;
] iif-yast four."
: t'n stool at her
■ f-r vkiV smiled
l ■ !y rrnk.rg her dar
r head. and then, turning
nt figure . i th« hearthrug. >
r r seen so
v > I: .. i. • 1 'f.■ !v between
•• d *>* N . t’ at TUrk s -em- j
•l Chung'1 th subject, but
a ■> w. s cnee launched on a
r t ea y o arrest her, and
. ?i\ \g !:•• ■ op'-ii.il* on
•i tio oxh-ting bf ween
’ . ir d kne they had
*. i) >i > av iri~ - mean
r ia half vlrspercd
« is /' m fly a failure.
.. ■ > x you pc ng to re
; : skn! the old lady
• . : I ,v;n? at Jack, as
■ ;• sop pritrs on the
.on h ■ if there :s a
t ;•< riv •• 1) fare re
ts 1 -k th n who an
1 • b ni. remr.rk’ng that
oug; to he .sufficient, if
■ • l i l rought him
1 k( ’ from nre 5 th."1 other,
s-o "n*v <y exp: < ssion
f wondered
tv: iasro K:ik.
'; *- *rs sFcv/cf *73 v&
HEAlfH-Se*rt FVEE.
' - ?0*K COAXEIKSti) JS.iH CC.H.Y.
s'.ill mor < why she h-d ever thought
him pood lucking.
Wha ver the nature of Jack Vere
k 's id's ness at Rnstrevur, it was not
i ft s as soon as Dick appeared
.;> think : would be. for two weeks
; (I an.I h' was still at the quiet
s.-aside r< - rt. Mrs. Joyce was hos
r.It:*IDy it - If. constantly inviting the
It.'tiiers to luncheon and dinner
at i 1 'll- hotel where she had put
i e. but J; ek seldom made his appear
ance.
It was cv dent to Nellie that it was
" 1 I.i avoided, ami considering
t was strange how
im; gaunt she was at the thought.
!i s <- s haunted her continually;
b to : hersvlf perpetually longing
1 ' bring (iuit look to his face that it |
. '■ oru when she told him he was
and then she was always
<• mparing him. unconsciously, with
I s Di et tie r, a comparison in which,
string*’o relate, it was her tianc-e that
suffered.
“Jack is c ming up to-night tti say
ed 1 lick one evening
; t »! , and X«-l!it was certain there
v s r lief on hi; face, but she allowed
her grandmother to say the necessary
j lit' tin gs. ami only longed for the
meal to be over.
1 was easier far. she told herself.
H Rostrevor St< n in the gath
* ■ g (iarknc-. than to meet the gaze
. . tsi< ■ th< stiff) it
i" .• i than to utter a formal goodbye!
to the man who had shown her iter |
own heart!
: i* was engaged to Dick, and Dick
« ' Dr; allie s r'avo~ite. a d the Joyces
h rat sh< must be away •
v* ben Jacw came to-night.
Rostrevor Stoni is more easily i
■ 1 ni?>»-1 pi broad daylight than in the
I e autumn evening, and |
;u ■ iy Nellie, whose thoughts were
' ••-i n . ton ti herself embracing;
Mother Earth.
I! r fall, coming r-o unexp ctedly. to
y-.-tiier with th> intense loneliness of
;he seme, cans ; her to close her eyes ;
1 r a r<: m ami then—then a most j
v, unieriii! thing happened. Strong arms j
were suddenly placed around her, her I
auiciru head was pillowed on a broad
. and in a tone of ineffable tender
:■ >> ■ whispered in her ear three [
words which I
made all the world seem glorified. j
"My little. girl," it was" all he said,
but Nellie lay still with eoseil eeys, j
" ecu., heaven hold greater i
rapture than this.
“J.ak!" the violet eyes opened, and
’•■mi’ (b d him of lr is treaciie-v to his
I t. h* r. and the next moment the two
ii facing each other in the dusk, and
a . anguished cry burst from him.
"(i d forgive me I never meant you
•n know," losl ing i. to the sweet young
la , which now reflected his own mis
"bm i am going away, and I for- |
• - net y ir faultshe mur
mur ;1. whin* i. ';*i o the pain of the
kvnitur. there thrilled through her
•» t \if..•>;?•.* delight of loving and
■ 'i lovf . *’lit1, take me home now
i u>. .uv’io. and iiu as I shall try to do—
■ ir is ho 'V rnd time you have told |
mo i u so—then as now. I am the i
w ng niaa it is the fate in the life j
of some.”
* i ;V itself is wrong. I think." she
■(. .tnu.pdi.ig fur a moment against
■ tup:.it.on to be true to her heart at all
, -st . “But there—le us go home,
I am ired."
*■!! :vp y ut heard the latest?” ex-i
,1m l one g;is>;,> to another six
u know the firm of
v .• & Co. Well, ir turns oik that
, r“ of tl “ nephews of the head of the
. \ \ reker—has been for
and •>
-:u r., i,ur it all down to his brother
j. uk - uc.'i'unt. taking advantage of the
• -s bt . n thetn. The fellow was
• i t. a pretty heiress in Ireland,
ugl ttoh ve g >t h b«fore any
thin- was found out, but the bomb
> hurst, an l everything is known.
■; , girl h< artbr iken, of
cov se?” . . ,
u ms, f r this niowiitjj n^*r
is in hi pap< rs; she has con
. oh • pevself with the brother.”
-J, st the way of women all over the
W. v! is tit sent it ion? remark of the
man about town, but under a cleai,
■n v 'kv cr the veranda of a foreign
M V a vinlet-ev 1 girl i- murmuring
her husband, as he bends fondly
ov ■ lo r -;igh form. "Not the wrong
nun this time. Jack, thank («od. i he
Daughter.
PLIGHT OF A FAMISHED MAN.
“How do y ii suppose a famished
man ft- Is." asked the man in the swok
.. when he has neither money nor
f oil. and Tails a $10 bill lying on the
pavement at his leet?
“As if ho were looked after by a spe
cial Providence, I should say,” was the
answer.
• l iii t wa my experience once when
t w: 3 stranded away from home wait
. </,,;• »|.for -with money in it—
that never came. I was looking into
li e v. iadow i f a ivstaur'nt vtiieie a
delicious-looking hoiled ham was dis
play tl. set oil around the edges with
ft-;i H.-yy green. Happening to oast my
oves to ilie pavement I saw the hill,
folded just as it had fallen from the
owner’s pocketbook. i'oys. do you
know how many things $io will buy in
anticipation? First, there was the big
> st and best supper a starling man
h n r ach .And I
wont right in and ordered it.”
lie tapped his pipe and looked
U ' th
:>i l the supper t::. te as good as you
anticipated?" asked the crowd.
(! t know. 1 never tasted it.”
-What! Was it a failure?”
"Yes. so far as 1 was concerned.
The bill was a counterfeit.”—Chicago
Times-llerald.
-o
SOMETHING WRONG.
Mrs Stapleton—"What do vou sup
;. <c is the matter with the Bubbleth
• Tl . must b mad at us for
some ,i on. Have you ever done any
thing to offend them.’
M”. Stapleton "No. Why <To you
think they are mad?"
>1 s. Stapleton "They haven’t sent
over to borrow cur lawn mower yet
this year."- -Cleveland Leader.
: : 3 GOT IT.
V -s Millington- "How in the world
,p,i u ever succeed in cultivating a
pfto for Wagner
Mr. Cl.i kson— “Well. I don’t know,
unh s it I rue to me while I was work
ing next (’nor to a boiler factory. —v
Cleveland Leader.
COULDN’T HELP IT.
Beatrice ‘Pid yon notice the loud
color of that blonde young lady’s gown
at the reception last nieht?"
Benedick— "Notice it! Po you think
I’m deaf?”- New York Truth.
MORE SERIOUS OBJECTION.
Chumpleigh—“Does your father ob
ject to my coming here?”
Mi s Flyppe No. only to yo.ur stav
ing.”—Town Topics.
GENERAL WHEELER’S LITTLE
JOKE.
The tables which General Wheeler, of
Alabama, continually asks leave t«> print
in the Record are getting to be an old joke
in the House, but, like tin mother-in-law
and the plumber and the suburban resi
dent joke s, It gets a laugh ( v.ry time it
comes up. It is only about a week ago
that the House, in the exuberance of its
enjoyment of this joke, r< fused to grant
the General the usual permission to a
tend his remarks In th< Record, even
when h • promised to limit the extension
to twenty pages.
Another chance came to th gentleman
from Alabama, howt-ver, this week in the
consideration of tite- sudry civil bill. He
made the usual two or three minute talk
and was gr< ■ ted with the usual salvo of
laughter when he Ingeniously r mark l
something about the tables, which he
hoped there would be no objection to b -
ing printed in the Record.
This joke. it said, i.- one which Rep
resentative Walker, of Massachusetts,
particularly enjoys, and in which he inva
riably participates. "How many pages
does tb gentleman wr.t to occupy?” be
asked.
“About t« n. Mr. Speaker.” said General
Wheeler.
'
Speaker, said Mr. Walk r.
General Wheeler had been anxiously
looking over hi.- manuscript. As lit- look
ed up from that he said plaintively: "Bet
te r mak it twelve. Mr. Sp> akcr.”
This time- everybody enjoy; d the joke.
It mad- Mr. Walker fn 1 liberal. too, and
he consent 1 to th twelve pages.—Wash
ington Star.
HE DIDN'T W ANT TO PAY FOR IT. ,
They wand r-.-d on the hre zv se-a cliffs, i
a pair of happy love rs, enchanted with all ■
th y saw. Tit him sea lay smiling be
low. the blue sky hung smiling above, tif
wide-winged gulls shorn silver-white 1
against tite azure- of sea net sky. and tlie
air sweet with th - scent of pink rcstarrmv
apt golden whins (whatever they arc*
with which the turf was dotted.
“I hr.tr that you have b dt buying a
wheel.” lit casually remarked, .as they |
gazed out upon the. slumbering summer
sea.
“Yes.”
“Cash or installment?”
“Two dollars a w e-k,” she admitted.
■ . thus it was she unknowingly caus
ed him to postpon his proposal f jf nearly
a year.—l.Tp-to-l>ate.
A TALENTED SCHEME.
“Joe got the inside track of his wife
this year.”
“What did he do?"
“Ho read her a whole lot of newspa
per stories of men who had dropped
dead beating carpets.”—Detroit Free
Press.
A BACK NEMBER.
“!r's strange.' said the young wo
man. “how things go out of vogue.
•Trilby’ has gone completely out of I
style.’’
"Yes.'’ said the young man in bicy
cle clothes, "she's a ’93 model at the
latest.”—Washington Star.
-o-—
ALREADY DISCHARGED.
Smith—“Our fool of a servant tried to
light ttie tlr with kerosene this morning." j
Jones—“Have you discharged her?"
Smith—"We haven't found h.r yet."— 1
Truth. '
Easily. Quickly, Permanently Restored
Weakness, Nervousness, Debility,
: ::d itl t'no train of evil*
from early errors or Inter
evoesse-,; tlio results of
overwork, sickness, wor
l ry, ole. lull s'rencth,
} development ami tens
o'n to every organ
and por'ion ot the l>->dy.
Simple, natural mot 1.oils.
f Immediate improvemi nt
i Inn it ni
2,000 references. Book,
ev'lnnation and pryuts
!rc„.
ERIE KEDICAL C0„ «.*•«■«* *r.
BUM ALO. N. Y.
SLAGLE & C3., BROKERS,
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, STOCKS & COTTON.
1323 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Direct private win ; to the Chicago B- aid
of Trade and th< New York S:oek Ex
change. over which we receive continuous
markets and the latest news.
Dong Distance Telephone 275.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
LIVE STOCK.
! CHICAGO, May 31.—There was a b 11* r
I g. . ral demand tor cattle and prices ruled
| strong.'r. with desirable eattle Felling in
mirnerous instances l*.- p-r ion lbs higher.
1 S 'l. s wer on a basis of $3 S.Vfi-1 25 for
j th. common lots of native dress d beef
I s: rs up to $5 (hiv(.7 30 for choice to extra
I cattle. with he balk . • illng at $1 ::.Vot S5.
! as there was the usual scarcity of choice
1 matured In v s. Sto‘kers and b lers sold
fairly at form. r> pric s and butch1, rs were
active and llrm. Calves were *:.ady and
i so were Texas cattle.
Despite the liberal supply of hogs prices
were 2I-_c p r lOo ll.s high. r. tin r in ing
I an actu • demand on local and shipping
j account. Sabs wcr. largely at $3 .".a./ : r.n.
i th< extreme : tug. b-ing at $3 2.1 •/*/:: C1;,
with prime asserted light s.lling at a
i small pnmium.
Th r. wa.- ,n ctlv demand for sheep and
prices, rul'd firm at $2 r. io for sln-p,
with sales largely at V. 5* •'1 •!>>. Dm be
sold at $3 27Ai~* eo for poor t«. choic* . ar. I
wooli I Cob ■••ados sold "’iv-ly at - ■ :
5 5o. Spring lambs brotight $1 -i n* p« r
100 lbs.
lit eeipls Ca .f . 15 “o h> ad; hogs, 12.000
li ad she* p 13,t t • In ad.
EAST UI’..-:UVY. May 31.—Cattle, firm
at last w. ek's quotation.-.
Hogs, slow anti uncharged.
Sleep, .-low and pi i- 57:100 low. r.
Choice $-1 iy«/4 2"; commuta $2 75vi3 2»:
ch de> lambs. it .5 12: eommor. to good
I lambs. o.g.ii 75; . .. ing lar.it . *5 C"'.,G <->.
I \\ al calves, ?'l *' ' •
PRODUCE
lMlIL.\ni.[J’in \. May M. -Rutt. r firm I
n<l iii l'.iir demand; fancy w -urn er am- t
i rv 1.VW l.v-jc.
Kjrpf. sturdy: fresh nearby. 10«.»c; do
w ■ -urn 10' ____
WE’VE GOT ’EM!
Le.^ai Blanks or everv d;scrb
lion, bin; pap;r. Just what
you want.
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO
Wheeling;. W. V»
T IT1IOGIIA Pi 11 XU
In all its branches, and \s reasonable as
superior qualm will allow. Get ; ri;-s and
samples. We emi you loth ways.
WEST VIRGINIA PRINTING CO..
W heeling.W. la.
MEN
V^QE-Sfi?
Vue
Wo f••!:•! Ilir- Frenr'i.KemsdrS
CALTKOS fro**, fu“ *'•" '■> - ^ ‘
loj al ;u r »nt< ethat Cai thos will
STOi* Uiai'liargon and Kml»»lon«,
n'KI! •.prrmulorrht'H. 1 urlcocvlc
and HKsTliUK !„>• t \ is«.
I’se it a>:.i fay if satisfied.
VON !ViOr!L CO., 377 B,
Suit* Asfrifin Armts f’ioelwMttl* Ohio.
CURES
\mJ W » 2 C,
Cramps,
Diarrhoea,
Flux,
Cholera
Morbus,
Nausea,
Changes of
Wate' etc.
HEALS
Cuts,
Burns,
Bruises,
Scratches,
Bites of
Animais and
Bugs, etc.
Tastes Good.
Smells Good.
BREAKS UP A COLD.
Sold Everywhep.e~25c and 50c Pep. Bottle. Ho Relief. No Pay.
[Formerly cf Weston, \V. Va.] SPR&NGFJELD. 0.
herb MEDICINE CO.
iiANU SAW iS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT
SHAVE WITH.”
a s 9
EVERY NUMBER CONTAINS
By mail, postage prepaid, per month, Daily 53:.
month 70e.
Daily aid Sunday per
^ FINANCIAL.
a. lamb. Pres. JOS. SETBOLD. Cashier.
J. A. JEFFERSON'. Aso’t Cashier.
CAPITAL i20.\W)J, PAIL) IN.
WHEELING. W. VA.
DIRECTORS.
Allen Brock, Ju.jt.-pn F. Pauli.
James Cummins, Iier.ry Bieberocn.
A. Reymatm, Jos a bold.
Gibson Lamb.
interest paid on s; ecial deposits.
Issues drafts cn England. Ireland ana
i Ecoilani JOSEPH SEYBOLD.
j _ Jal5*.-- Cashier.^
WBEELU6 TITLE AID TRUST CO.,
1315 i:ARRET STREET.
General Banking.
Safe Deposit Vault.
Real Esiate Title insurance.
Interest paid on Spec al Deposit*
anu t-a.vir.jjs Accounts.
H. M. RUSSELL, L. F. ST IF EL.
: r ‘ n ry.
C. J. KA’.VUNG, S. 1. SINGLETON.
V i . .. j c r. t. Au't Secretary.
G. E. GiLCHRlST, Exauvner of Titles.
I VAT10NAL RANK OF W. VA.,
-Cl AT WHEELING.
CAPITAL .J3C0.0W
Siuthtresl Corner lialn and Twelfii. Sts. |
Dues . General Banking Businesr.
Dili ROTORS—August Rolf. R. T. De*
v:.t» e. W. Oglebay. John Wagner. R. W.
ilaz.eJt. J. I.. IlcGucrtney. E. B. Folia.
Karl \V. Ogiebay. President.
J. R. VcCourtney. r.ce President.
John Wagner. Caslnt’r.
j >AXK OF TilJl OHIO VALLEY
Stale and City Depository.
Stockholders Doubly I.labia.
CAPPI Al..5175,000
Government and local bonds bought and i
sold. Dial.a ls.-5ii-.-d on any j.jiui in Eu- ]
rope, as v.ell as cu the principal oltks of
ihe United .St.it. s. A general banking bus
tness tranaaoted.
Y.'in. A. Irett. Tres.
&1. Pollock, Vice Pres.
J. A. ALller. Cashier.
PLUMBERS.
James C. Mensbarger. Joseph Loti.
KiAIiSSAiiGEJ? & LOTZ.
-PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas o: Steam Fitt:r; :
No. 3/ Twelfth Street. Wheeling.
EfltSmates furnished. All work done at
reasonable prices.
VOTJLUE T(J NATURAL GAS
A 1 tO.NSUAf LKS,
The "liiLiberd'GJalorific Natural Has
Burnsr" i.- the omy burner in the market
tnu: Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. .
Be not deceived In aoc. pilr.g "Just
good” with no guarantee.
For ialo by aij plumbers.
GilO. HI It l KRI> & SON.
1314 Market Stteet.
\\ M. IIAliK tt SON,
» * -PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas & Steam Titters
NO. 53 TWELFTH STREET.
All work dont. promptly at reasonable (
prices.________ |
TRIMBLE&IATZCQ.,!
SUPPLY HOUSE.
PLUM MING AND GAS FITTING.
STEAM AND
HOT WATER HEATING.
A full line of the ceiebiared
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
Kept ronotanHv on hand.
1500 and 3*12 Market Street. Wheeling.
STEAMBOATS.
FOR CINCIN
NATI, LOLli
V1LLH, LUW
i: k Oil i o.
M K M 1’IIIS,
N ASH Vi LL1C,
ST. LOUI S.
N E W O R
J .CANS AND
i X T I’RMI-.I *1
ATE POINTS.
i'uke palatial
steam<-rs of the
P. & C. T. Lln«,
leaving w ti a r t
h o a t. foot of
Klfv’n'h street,
as follows:
•VIRGINIA.” T. S. Calhoun,
11. Kerr, Clerk. Every Sun
Steamer
Mastei. R.
^team-V KEYSTONE STATE. Chas. W.
Knox. Master; lJan. Lacey, Clerk. Every
Tuesday. 8 a. m.
For frt.ybt »r passage telephone 930.
CROCKARD iV BOOTH.
IY20
/.gents.
,1110 RIVER RAILROAD CL).
Time Table In effect May 10. 189"
{Daily except Sunday. Eastern Time.
South Bound.
Via l'..C .C.&St.L.R
Pil.sburg. Pa—Lv
Ar.|
Wheeling. .
Leave.
. ....
Motindsville . . .
X w Martinsville.
;• i - til ....
w n . .
1 ■ r>k< rs • • •
Ravenswood . . .
n Ci t y ... •
p nl Pleasa
Via K. A M. Ry.
K. & M. June. .Lv
.Ar
Charleston.
.
Huntington. . . .
Via C. & O. Ry.
Lv. Huntington. .
,\r. Charleston,W.V
lv e-nova.Ar
Via C.
& O. R:
Cincinnati, O.
Le::ington. Ky.
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JOHN J. ARCHER. G. P. \.
11 EE LI N( 1 • A Nl> E L.M G110 VE
i: mi.ii' > v.»
Oil and alter Saturday. Fcbnm.iv 2d,
!£<*.>. trail, - ill ran us follows, oitj finis.
Leave \VIviilifT. K**a vu Klin 1 Irov«.
Tr'n Time Tr'n Time Tr'n Timei'i'r'r. Time
p. m.iNo. a. tu. No.
2 tw i.... to <r; lit..
4 00 3_ 7 00;2i..
f> (A1; 5.... Si w; 23..
*; i.o ... in mi it'...
7 00, ».... lit Ml Z7..
5 00,11_II I/O
No. a. in. 5.'o.
2.... i'i m/,20..
31..
1C..
15..
oo,:
t' 0u|2i
0 on
") 00 -v...
ii 1 ...
p.m '22....
112 .11
1 (XCi'j....
2 001
(101
if ("113..
11 00,1...
117..
P ' in.1 33.
X - J, J
1! 00!
p:< oo:
4 oo
5 -) I
t? Ml :
7 M) :
X *«J 1
V 'JO !
Jo 'W I
11 l/J
tDaily, except Sunday,
i mdaj ■ n !■ train will leave
Grove .a 9:13 it. in. and Wheeling at
V’ IU* H. El. WETSGERBF.R,
General Manat'or.
Eln
ii: ;
Stock Certificates
Lithographed ;n 33 designs I
carried in stock continual- (
ly. In two anJ three col- 1
ors. Suitable for any bus j
iness.
1»(> for ^ 4.30
non “ 0.50
500 •* 10.00
Above prices include print- j
ing, numbering, perforat
ing and binding.
WEST VA. P,TINTING CO., j
U’tlEKUXO. VA.
[>LANK LKGAL FORM'
y
x every de-criptlcn. Good paper, peart
rinur.g. fair pricea. Wa*: do you need?
u,-,k it up ar.u §< nd an order to the
WEST V DIG INTV PKlNTIN-u-O
v\ aeeili.jf, W. V*»
RAILWAY TIME CARD.
Arrival
ifttr M i
and C
V It li
• lice Mark...
iMorutay t xc
1'Sund.iv cnlv;
only; r. tx.Li
Sunday only;
a. m. Sunda’j *
which is
time.
i'.irt. it. & O.—M
*1- 25 am, Wa.-'h i
*5 00 pm] Wash .
< < •"» am . ..Cuini
*500 pm.
•10 55 am,.\V:
Depart. I!. & o.
*i& amjFor t'o>i
• i 5'-> am,.. .Carnbi

*11 40 pm,Col., i i:i
Chica
i.r. • of it in • cn and
Re I
Daily. ..:u lay *•'“ P-'d;
.
'S.uuruuy on;-: i.'landay
' Saturday, at: i 2:2o a. nr
r. i ;;< • Sa'.:.ri.ay. and 2:U>
ndard tit
l.. :u Caliual
i.al
il
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L*re Iias:
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Arrive.
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1.
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1 pm
*0 10 a!U
.o .o i tii
Af :'i\ • .
-i l • am
•5 ra ,un
11. ■) am
.'I;
at. < lairs.
. 1 V . t a
.Pittsburg ana il
. Pittsburg ..
ni
,0 pm
a pm
pm
pm
and ri
. . —, —. and s
2.. pm ..
m 35 am...
•‘I 25 i>m,.
lo lo am,..
“5 Mam .,
*• i" a:n ..
•5 10 pnii.,
U 15 pm...
Depart. |C\, JT* a V..-Dndscporii ..r are.
T< oj am,« aevc*., Toi. a... < mcugoj -.2. pm
f ••iidlevv.. 'i'" . a.i i Chicago; ,' 00 pin
I* - Ai.: billon At cam ...pUeopin
*1, UIIJi -St. «a.i.uwiiu Aceom... 2ft am
JU*, 1 ' ! ' • Cl i] irllltt . . a
. - P“ -St. Clairsville
L . Clairsviile
1*0 pm,. .-c.a* i- re
la pal
com.
com.
D.pu
\V
i am
i a m
Deport. |
'•tl ■!.. ^il,
*3 55 pm
-I V.
P..
... io pm
d c - h®
| Arrive.
> -W pm
...PittI
I
. * St. L» Ay- .
u. • P*®
... * i,iu
■ u
. ,o» . 111.. '0 i 1 <••**
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and St
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i.a 1 hU .igUi i3 lii pm

>9 30 pnnEx., C
is E airplax., < .... ..
11 25 pin Ex.. bteub.
'3 oo ; m .x'itts. .. ml
Ofpart. ; c. * 1*. R. R.
53 am.Ft. YVayr.e and Chlcagoi ■
Tft53 am1...Canton aiu Tolola...,*
15 o3 ;»m. Alliance a. d Civ* . ain.j ‘
tio09;uni.Siei.i.vnvlt!
!3 ai amik't. Way an and Chlc-igol
12 10 prp.j...Canton and Tui lo . .J
Yi 10 pni:Al.lmce a..d Clevdar...;
f210 pm|..St - • .! W Hit.
33:45 i mjl’ldladlephli a;. 1 Y.j *
+5:13 pm ..rtaitlinoie and V' --h. 1
35:13 pm|Stv;ibtn
f7 5S pm
D. part.
•5 15 am
12 "5 pin
*115 pm
Depart.
10 10 4 m
5 i .i pm
£ 25 pm
•ub. and \Y
Ohio l’.iv r i
. 1 a - ns
l*it
. vtll
K.
'j« via
:• 50 pin
,j» ;.o pm
0 50 an*
ti i.i pm
t '2. pm
iySi pm
5:5ft pc*
• ■ -r.v im
• * 5!) .tin
A rtive.
c o ,i in
50 pm
11.. L. L
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1>*1'
I Arrive.
re . 1 25 pm
ro . ? Ar> r.m
i ICpra
'.ltd
TMLTiM' a:-i> >»iii;> hail
IiOAD
Departu 1 arrii of tri at v. <■
Jug, i : rn i imi. May 1®. IS!..
MAIN LINE EAST.
For Wafl.lntrmn,
r diimore. Jhiladil
j»i: . l and New York,
and In: . :t. 111.,
and 5 p. in., daily.
«nimbi rland aceom
. ■ " a in.,
, . «xcep Sui lay.
( t.r .in nirnoda
tion, > i>. rn., dallj.
From Now York, Philad'lphia at. I Hal*
timore, x::M a. m.. daily.
)’•• itlmor- . \| i p. m.. daily,
i ; lan on, 4: P- m->
exe- pr Sunday.
i - . • ■1" ■1 • “•»
daily
WHEELING a:
For F’ltislturjr.
Philud> Jpiii.i and
5;|n p. ill., daily.
For Pittsburg. '
Pittsburg t-xpro:
X|I plTTSBIRG DIVI
SION.
\V • it: ; toll. Hal: iitiOP,
N, w ^ ork, 5:10 a. in. u:.d
1:10 a. m.. daily.
1:15 p. in., except Sun
ARRIVE. , , „ ...
From New York. Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg, ld’-uo a.
m. and 11:" |». ni. daily. c
Pittsburg mail, 12:1a p. m., except Sun*
dav, and p. ni.. d i y.
TUANR-Oli!(| DIVISION.
For < dumhus, 1 'hio i 50 and the W< 11,
7::t» a. n. in i p. m.. <1 ;Iy.
Columbus, 'ii : i ‘V ■ m. Louis, I'M')
a. m. and !! :•• p. in., daily.
Si. ri.-iirsvili " 1 on, »• > »*».
ami’::::- 1*. in.. - v p: Hun lay.
Sandrcl v mail. 1 ':«•> a. m.. •-■‘Uy.
c’ainbt !*!;'o accommodation, >'■•> a. in.
except Sunday.
ARRIVE.
..0 1. in.,
From <
daily.
I-'rum St. Ron
bu
Hi. V!
c im*
. pi. and r>:n.'i i>. i-i.. >i 1 ilv.
vll!< iipcnnini' ' c on. 11: ■ * a. m.
111.. < Xi-'-pi Sunday.
• mail. r. ;i:“ p. in.. Jc ily.
n r: >datIon, 1 p. m..
except Sunday.
Manaper 0
J. T. LAM1. T. i*. A:
D. R. MARTIN.
l»a •• i nm r Tra!!i«*.
t.. Wheeling. \V. Va.
c
ALKYKLWD, I.OK.UX AND
w 111:
Time
feet Sum!
Cltvclaiu
Bella Ire.
P »rt.
1 ..1. • ••■....
New i’ll, l'.vlp.-.ia.
, . . ......
Justus.
Ma.-slllon.
Warwick.
Si* rling.
S . ..
Lester V.
Grafton.
tlyria.
Lorain.
Junction. .
C evcland.
tAlLRO.Vl*
of . ■ r
, May lllih. 1 'PT.
j., . .. l . Water street.
ARRIVE.
I 1 I 3 | 5 | 7
IP. rn.ip. m. p. m.|a. 111.
1 !■>!.
1
:i : -i 4 -i
1U oi, 4 I VI
10 4 0‘J|
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1
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4 24*1.
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DEPART.
2 I 4
, in. a. in
! 6 | 8
p. 111. p. in.
Jtcllaire.
l’.r.dv port.
UhricP.-vill-. . • •
N.AV I'liil-'d- lpli.a.
c.iiial Dover. . • •
Jin ...
Masr.iilon.
Warwi< k..
..
Seville. ..
Medina.
Lester.
Gra Ron.
h Aria.
Li rain
r Junction.
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1- if.)
3 il:
4 •
4 331.
X i l
Oil U 2i
:i j 11 3:
x pi' 10 tr
11:(
10 l-ji
it) KSj
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10 50 5 44
£ : .
6 !ul.
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■.
,a. ni.ia. tu.ip. 1...
Vos 1 4. S end dally 1- w.-n t
a:;,l ami l'iiricln.vi.ie. Oil • r trams
*
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rlcLlW ■ .
. . : ■ • . . i.
st r_?u/::cn
PENNSYLVANIA SHORT LINE
••PAN-HANDLt: rtOUfc.’’
LEAVE \\ iILoLIA'• . i. A. .U.. C'lTI
- LAlLi i. 1 l. i DAi.
A: rive- C.UAV • - . in.
Arrive* 1 P »“•
A' r i IMiiA.N.i: Llri J .ij p. m
An.' ; b’i- •• — »«•
SULIE VESTHU ! i ;:.UN.
FENNsE1 L,VANi.l STANDAi <J
pj^nV.1 Vl va i -V ’li nine <Vu.
, I , HAN oai eling
junction T-inorr . without
OTHER TRAINS LEAVE WHEELING
Kor S:eul■ nvillt at* i vlttsburg . l.< u. ra
„ K , , for : and the Eaat,
col imbus and Chicago at 1:25 p,
«;! Wt.-k da. - ,r 1 • Harr: burg,
j :alt.n>urt, \V.i- •.xt*: ion. . .maa.-lji/. i and
•.. . '
m.-I !>• nni.- n -it m. dai y; foi
Pittsburg m 7.00 v;c-:c day. ; for Co
lunibus. L,y:< . Ur -.tir.ati. ir..; a; oil*
anil Si Lauio at i>.M p. rii. v.ttk u.iya,
ornti. • ■ l’1 • ; ' ■ 1 ' lj' ' tC
communicate with the undersigned, who
win m.iio .'.I !- • ary .. ntb for
e . lightful journ- y. Ti ••• - v.-ui > • pro
vtd'< 1 nd baggage c:. ■ Through ta
d'' itlnailon.
JOWN0. TOMLINSON.
Tasscnerr end Wheeling

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