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Cures Biliousness, Sick ft g T& j f| Cleanses the system Headache, Sour Stom- | | |?T Jt J^l | | thoroughly and clears ach, Torpid Liver and ?? H Mil WB sallow complexions of Chronic Constipation. I Frtllf Qvrilfl PimPles and blotchef Pleasant to tafce JUlAallYO 111111 AJjllip It is guaranteed Doesn't Know The Alphabet. The young woman was looking In the dictionary (or a word, and though she wanted "B," and was going baok to the "Ms," when the man oanght her. He fonnd the plaoe for her. pay ing her gently meanwhile. "Why don't aay the alphabet over," he ended. "I don't say the alphabet beoause they might not understand, but I don't mind telling you that when I go to a dictionary I feel my limita tions keenly. I roam wildly about from letter to letter until by good look I light on the right one. Thea having got the initial letter of the word must 1 roam again seeking the next one, and so on. Beally yon wouldn't believe what a strenuous thing it is for me to find a word in the diotionsry, I'd almost rather spell it wrong than look for it. But don't you think it is a defect in modern ednoation not to teaoh the ohildren the alpha bet in rotation?" "I do," replied the man, aud guided her tottering finger to "k" and left her. Wealth and Happiness. Courier Journal "Very rioh men never whistle," ?aid Senator Elkins to the West Virginia Bankers' Association-, "poor men always do. Bird song* are in the hearts of the poor This is well. In every oondition cf life there is compensation." This, from a millionaire, is in aooord with the sentiment expressed not long ago by another millionaire, who said, "Millionaires do not know how to laugh." From the tone of the remarks oi various men of wealth it might bt judged that the poor are the onl> happy people on earth, and yet the speakers oontinne to pile up wealth as though to show that they pre ferred money to happiness. Od the other hand, we find the pooi eyeing wealth enviously and be lieving that happiness is impossi ble without richeB. Probably the real truth is that the men of wealth are not so un happy as they imsgine themselves to be, nor so happy bb the pooi suspect them to be; that the pooi are not so happy as the millionaires pay they are, nor ao unhappy at they think themselves. If happi ness is to be found anywhere it. the world, and Rasselas, Dr. John son's bero, oould not find it?it it to be discovered within one's self It is a state of mind, not a state ot body. It is subjeotive. not objeo tive. It does not arise from wealth, nor from poverty. It haB no rein tions with externals. It is self vanquishing environment. It is mind triumphing over matter. It is a miraonlous serenity, whiob sees sermons in stones, books in running brooks and good in everj thing, if, perohanoe, it mast oome in contact with things physical. Neglected and Deceived. Is Complaint Entered by Mrs. Bur gess of Central City. Huntington, June 27.?Mrs. Burgess, wife of Van Burgess, liv ing in Central City, told a pitiful tale in the office of Magistrate Cr. W. Hutchinson yesterdsy after noon. The woman oalled on Mr. Hutoh inaon to see if be oould not assist her in obtaining a divoroe from her hnaband. She stated that he had not supported her for three yerrs and that for more than a year ?ha did not even know his where abouts. "Soon after he left me, he had some one to write me a letter from the south, telling me that he bad been killed in an aooident; a month later, after I had nearly grieved myself to death, he oame walking In home one morning, laughing ?bout how fooled me. He remain ad at home only a short time, and since leaving me on that occasion I nave never heard from him. He has never supported me and I have sustained myself and three little ones by taking in washing." Tears triokled down the cheeks of th9 unfortunate weman as she told her tale of woe. Magistrate Hutchinson informed her he was powerless in regard to ?souring her a legal separation from her wayward husband, but told her the neoessary steps to pur sue to reach the desired end. A good man has a muob better time living up to his reputation |han a bad one has down to his, Alexander Duval. A Native of Richmond and Promi nent Citizen of Arvonia. Arvonia, Va, Juno 19?Mr, Alexander DuVal, a prominent oiti zen of this plaoe, died at bis home here yesterday afternoon Bt 6:30 o'clook, after an illness extending through several months. The end, while not altogether unexpect ed owing to the patient's extreme illdesB during the past month, was a great schock to his many friends all through this seotion. Mr. DaVal was a native of Rich mond, having been born there on November 12, 1845. His father was Alexander DuVal, a prominent druggist of his day, and his mother the late Mrs. Elizi DuVal, who, before her marriage, was Miss Elizi Moody Walter, who died at her home, No. 301 East Franklin Street, last summer. On both sides of his family Mr. DuVal was oonneoted with some of the most prominent and ditticgnished fami lies in the State. His father's fam ily was of the old Huguenot stock that oame to Virginia from France in the seventeenth century. When thbwar between the States broke ont, Alevander DuVal, then a boy of sixteen, j jined the Old Second Riohmond Howitzers, and was known among his oomrades as one of the most daring and bril liant soldiers who ever wore the gray. He fought in battle after battle, and was always in the very thickest of the fight, whenever his desires oould be oarried out' In the battle of Deep Bottom, on the river below Riohmond, a shell from a Federal gunboat exploded beneath him and shattered his right limb, whioh bed to be ampu tated To the end be bore around with him ai artificial limb, a grim reminder of bis young er days. Mr. DuVal was a member of Lee Cimp in Riohmond, and was pres ent at its meetings and functions whenever it was possible for him to go. His last audible woids, of soldiering. He was fighting the old battles over again In 1874 Mr DuVal married Miss Amanda Louise Hall, of Hanover county, who survives him. Since the surrender he had been c jnneot ed with the servioe of the Chesa peake and Ohio Railrcad, being looated at several [.lioes, but for the last eighteen years ho had been 1 living at Arvcnia. He leaves two sisters in Rich mond?Mrs. Abbot and Mrs. Wormeley?and the following ohildren: Mrs. Reuben Nioholas, of Arfonia;Mrs Lightfoot Worme ley, of Washington; Misses Lila and Cassie DuVal, and Messrs George Alexander and James DuVal, of West Virginia; Cnarles, of Gladstone, Va., and Hunter and Waller, of Arvonia. The deceased was a prominent member of the lodge of Odd Fel lows and his body will be laid to rest in the cemetery here tomorrow afternoon, with the rites of that order. The funeral will be held from the Presbyteriau Church? The Times Dispatch, Riohmond, Vra. Mr George Alexander, above mentioned, married Mies Nellie Gilmore, this oity, and resides in Parkersburg. & B IturliansTestifies Atler Four Tears G B Burbans, of Carlisle Center, N Y. writes: "About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust -ediment, and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had return of any of those symp toms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay oured, and heartily reoommend Foley's Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trcuble" All dealers Wall Street had another of its stock declining flurries recently and was much surprised that the oountry did not get soared. If these gamblers, grafters and wild cat speculators oould realize bow little western farmers know or oared about their so-called panics it might reach the conclusion that the center of gravity, as well as population, has long since moved from the banks of the Hudson M il- In I'oor Health For Years Ira W Kelley. of Mansfield, Pa, writes: "I was in poor health for two years, suffering from kidney and bladder trouble, and spent con siderable money consulting physi cians without obtaining any marked benefit, but was oured by Foley's Kidney Cure, and I desire to add my testimony that it may be the oanse of restoring the health of restoring the health of others" Re fuse substitutes All dealers Hints to Accountants. Add it just onoe more. It pays to take a balanoe of bal ances. Have an ambition to oooupy the obair behind the manager's desk. Better think abont itat the time; some think about it at the end of the month. Look for the exaot amount of your error; you possibly overlooked it in posting. Have you any systematio way of obeoking'/ Cheok as you post; it's easier and quioker. Divide it by two and look for a debit on the oredit side, or for a oredit on the debit side. If you make an error, oarefully rule a line through it with red ink; then write the oorreotion .above it. ? Remember that the. books are firm property, Hnd you are at liberty to reveal no secrets they may con tain. Be sure to put the books in the vault eaoh night; you will never realize the value of this precaution until you've had a fire. Modest Claims Often Carry tbe Must CoiiTlction. ' When Maxim, the famous in ventor, plaoed his gun before a oommittee of judges, he stated its carrying power to be muoh below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish. The result of the trial was therefore a great surprise, in stead of disappointment It is the same with the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will aooomplish, but prefer to let tqe users make the statements What they do claim, is that it will positively cure diarrhoea, dysen tery, pains in the stomBoh and bonels and has never been known to fail For sale by G W M Hooff and A C VanGilder. Casting bd old shoe after the bride is en old oustom in England and Sootland, symbolizing the fact that tbe parents gave up all con trol over their daughter after her marriage. This praotice is said to have originated in the oustom among the unoient Israelites of delivering a shoe as a testimony in tbe transference of a posession. In Psalms, IX, 8, are the words, ''Over Eciom will I cast out my shoe" when reference is made to tbe oustom of throwing a shoe as a token of new ownership. ACT QUICKLY. Delay Nas Beep Dangerous in Point Pleasant. Do the right thing at the right time Aot quickly in times of danger Backache ie kidney danger Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly Cure all distressing, dangerous kid ney ills Plenty of evidenoe to prove this W M FogiesoDg, of Viand St, Point Pleasant, W Va, says: "I have used a great quantity of medi oines to relieve me of my kidney trouble, but nothing seemed to reaoh the affeoted parts as Doan's Kidney Pills I had very severe pains aorcsB the small of my baok and through tbe kidneys All of this was relieved by afewdoesesof this most remarkable medicine One box of Doan's Kidney Pills whioh I procured from G W M Hocff's drug store, did me more good than all the other kidney medioines put together It servioe to me is inestimable 1 oan endorse Doan's Kidney Pills" For sale by all dealers Price 50 cent Foster-Milburn Co, Buf falo, New York, sole agents for tbe Unit:d States Remember the name?Doan's? and take no other 7 4-2w Tbe New York woman who is suing for divoroe beoause ber hus band throws money at her is es tablishing a dangerous preoedent. A healthy man is a king in his own right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave Burdook Blood Bitters build up sound health? keeps you well. 6 20 4w. Score one more for the suioide, Mrs. Nellie Sperry, of Hnntiugton, committed suioide by the OBrbolio aoid route. The next suicide in Huntington will make a baker's dozen in less than one month The second oity is bound to be well advertised. Onl; 82 Years Old "I am only 82 years old and don't expeot even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I oan get Eleotrio Bitters." says Mrs E H Brunson, of Dublin, Ga Sure ly there's nothing else keeps tbe old as young and makes tbe week as strong as this grand tonio medi cine Dyspepsia, torpid liver, in flamed kidneys or chronic consti pation are unknown after taking Eleotrio Bitters a reasonable time Guaranteed by all droggists Prioe 50o. It only took twenty-four hours to sentenoe that Philadelphia kid napper to twenty years imprison ment, and still they talk about Philadelphia being slow. : AVfcgelable Pre p a ration for As - similating ihcFooclandBeguIa ting the Stomachs and Bowels of INKAN IS Si HII.DKKN EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. 2sTE"W "X"Oie/IC ELECTRIC HOMEOPATHIC BATTERY FOR Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma, Headache, Toothache Neuralgia, Influenza the Grip and a preventive of all con tagious diseases. DIRECTIONS:?Rub the cork upon the seat of pain un til a smarting sensation is felt; then remove (.he cork to the nostrils and inhale This treatment' is held up through the mails for three years for $1.00- Keep the bottle well corked. apr25oU T. J. BRADY, Point Pleasant, W. Va call and see My Well Selected stock Combs, Bracelets, Chains, Lockets, Brooches, Hat Pins, Scarf Pins, Cuff Buttons, Fobs, Shirtwaist Sets, Elk, Eagle and all other fraternity jewelry. My Specialty is Diamonds and Watches CLAUD M. WALL, Next door to Opera House, GALLIPOLIS, n uy a tf OHIO. A Tragic Finish A watohman's neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke, whioh a child's linger conld have stopped, to become a ruinous break, devastiug an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Molver, of Vanoeboro, Me, per initted a little oold to go unnotioed until a tragic finish was only avert ed by Dr Ksng's New Disoovery He writes: "Three dootors gave me up to die of lung inflammation, oauaed by a negleoted cold; but Dr King's New Disoovery saved my lifo" Guaranteed best cough Bnd oold cure, at *11 druggists 50c and $1 00 Trial bott'e free Before raising the dust with an automobile it is usually necessary to raise the dust for one. "Sufferee day and night the tor ment of itohing piles. Nothing helped me until I used Doan's O n'ment. It cure ] me permanent ly "?Hon John R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. 6 20 4w. Are you a tramp? If so, you oan get work in the Kansas wheat fields. Harsh physios reaot, weaken the bowela, cause chronic constipation. Doau'a Regulates operate easily, tone the stomaoh, oure constipa tion 2oo Ask your druggist for them. 6 20 4w. Your independence might look like impudenoe in your neighbor, Aooidents will happen, but the best-regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Eoleotric Oil for such emergencies. It 6ubdues the pain and heals the hurts (5 20 -lw. A crank is a person who thinks ail other people are cranks. During the summer kidney ir regularities are often oaused by ex cessive drinking or being over- j heated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foley's Kidney Cure All ddalers Canned beef is a gastronomioal merger A nice thing about being bald headed is you don't have to waste any money on things to keep it from getting gray. A sweet breath adds to the joya of a kiss You wouldn'Nyant to kiss your wife, mother or sweetheart with a bad breath You can't have a saest breath without a healthy etomaoh You can't have a healthy utomaoh without perfeot digestion There is only one remedy that di gett* what you eat and makes the breBth as swe?t as a rose?and that remely is KODOL FOR DY SPEPSIA It is a relief for sour stomach, palpitation of the heart, und other ailments arising from disorder of the tt)maoli and diges tion ^Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it will do for you Sold by all druggists ||Nothing pleases a pretty woman more than to be seen on the street with another woman who isn't pretty. WsPfs This popular remedy never (ails to effectually cure Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness And ALL DISEASES arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion The natural result is good appetite and solid flcsli. Dose small; elegant ly sugar coated and easy to swallow. Take No Substitute?^-?_ Windsor Hotel> 1217-29 Filbert St., Phlla.. Pa. Three minutes from Broad St, Station, two minutes from Reading Terminal. American plan from [.$2 to $3.50 per day, European'plan from $1 to $2.60 per day. Frank M. Scheibley, Manager. UNDERTAKEN We Have a Large and Complete Stock of Burial Cases, Robes, Price? Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed J. B. TIPPETT Lazy men tramp up against a lot of advene oritioiam, bat they neaally live long and oontented live*. Learn to be patient?also when not to be patient. Twenty Tear Battle "I wes b loser ip a twenty year battle with obronio piles and ma. bgnant sores, nntil 1 tried Book len's Arnioa Salve; vhiob turned tbe tide, by oaring both, till not a trare remains." writes A M Brnoe, of Farmvitle, Va Beet for Uloers, Cuts, Burns and Wounds 25o at *.ll druggists. Work by aoy other name would be jost as oast (motive. A Hard Lot of troubles to oontend with, spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken tbem to their proper aotion with Dr King'e New Life Pille; the pleataotest and most effeotive cure for Oonstipa tion They prevent Appendioiti* and tone up the system 25o at all druggiats An easy way for a woman not to have her golden hair show dark I at the roots is-not to have it golden War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to oheok the ravages of consumption, the "white plague" that claims so many viotims eaoh year Foley'e Boney and Tar cures ocaghs and oolds perfeotly and you are ia nr danger of oonsuirp'ioD D> not risk your health by ttikiog some onknown preparation when Foley'* Honey and Tar ia safe and oertain in results Tbe genuine is in a yellow paokage. A'1 dealers. To Physicians. An Advertisement tor Bids for Poor Practice. The County Court deeming It to the best Interests of the county to let out the practice of Medicine s.nd Buigery upon the pauper* ol this county to the lowest and bent bidder, notice Is hereby given thai bids for the same for the county or for ot,e or more districts, will be received on or before the lith day of July. 1900, iit 12 o'clock noon, at the office of the Clerk of the County Court. All bids must be in writing, sealed, and to be opened In the pres ence of the Court, stating Ibe district or dis tricts bid for and tbe amount for which the bidders will treat the paupers thereof with medical and surgical aid, aud to furnish to them oil necessary medicines lor one year from July 6th, 19UG. No exceptions to be made for infectious or contagious diseases. Bids for Robinson district to Include the In firmary practice. The successful bidder lor Robinson district and Infirmary, will be re quired to visit the Infirmary once each week. Bond with good securi-y will be required of each successful bidder. Tbe court reserves the right to reject ?ny or all bids. July 20 J. P. R. B. SMITH, Clerk. J ail Practice. Notice to Physicians. Notice Ik hereby given that at the July | term the County Court will receive on or be ; fore 0th c'ay of July, 1900, I at 12 o'clock noon, sealed bids Irom physici ans and to appoint a physician to attend all persons confined In Jail as lunatics, and per sons charged with felony and misdemeanor and furnish all medicines and drugs for, and give proper attention to all such persons at a stipulated, fixed and exclusive annual al lowance. Such appointment will be award ed to the lowest responsible bidder, the court reserving the right to reject any or all bids. The person receiving the appointment shall give bond with sufficient security, to be ap proved bv the court, for the laithful perform ance of the trust and agreement. Given under my ha*jd this 20th day of Juue, 1900. , ? J. H JOHNRON, Pres Teste: J. P. R. B. SMITH, Clerk. F0LEY5H0NET*?TAR Cares Ooldsi Prevent* Pneumonia B.F. BIGGS PROPKI ETOR OF THE Hoae Manufactory of Floe Funeral Gm4?, the only Independent Mfg. In tbe State. There was a strong combine formed Jan. let. on all Funeral Goods, making the highest prices on outside casket boxes ever known. This does not effect me. I have a two year* supply 01 lumber on hand and will furnish the same at one-half the price that the com bine asks for them. 1 have not advanced anything in the line. Tbe Jobbers and Re tailers mutt pay the advance price Irom Jan uary 1,1900. You Can't Beat the Alan that Makes tbe tiooda for Low Prices! If you will come to my fine Undertaker Rooms, 1 will show you the finest goods ever looked at, in designs and fine colon*. You can select from 300 finished Jobs and if not suited, can make anything you want in twelve hours notice. My Couch. Grand Army anu Children Caskets can't be excelled In the State. , My cloth, silks and plush are bought from Importers in New York. All ol the linings and laving cloth is done by a woman in the factory. The men working for me are all wood workers and no time is lost. Come to the lactory. I pay Hall road. Street Car Fare and Ferriage, Deliver all goods, drive over tbe ferry. I p?y the ferriage, feed your horses and give din ner in all calls for runeral goods?new, not second band. I have bought the finest Funeral Car ever bought in Southern Ohio. Have some of tbe finest rubber tire hacks and fine Coupe for the minister. I have a child's fine white hearse, the only one In the county. I don't haul children in a large hearse. I have six hearses and three delivery wagons. I have two licensed men In West Virginia and two men lo Ohio with twenty years ex perience in the art of embalming and no new beginners. Come to tbe factorv where there is no lost time, all are at work. You don7l have to pay for their cost of time watching the shop for some one to come In, as they can earn nothing unless they sell. And the Largest Dealer In Shin gle? in tbe Oblo Valley. Six hundred thousand of all kinds. Dimen sion shingles, fancy and plain in stock. Plastering Lath. Paints, Oils, Varnish and General Hardware. B.F. BIGGS Pomeroy. Ohio, and Mason City, West Vlrglala. J une 6-lm ' For the Best Grade of Fare Bye & Bourbon Whiskies, And Fine Wines and Brandies, at the very lowest possible prices call on or address yoar orders to J. G. STORTZ. Point Pleasant, W. Va., Who makes a specialty of the jug trade. If his goods do not turn out as represented your money will be refunded. The best $2.00 whisky sold in West Virginia. Special attention paid to orders. .nneR.iw SEAL ESTATE 1 INSURANCE Fire, Marine, Accident and Life Insurance. Estates Managed, Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated. TIPPETT and HUTCHINSON, Point Pleasant, West Va. __ _ .. Mo?iman Hulldln*. (Sixth Street.) None But the Most Reliable Companies Repre sented. Come and Talk with us. Hospital. Largest In the State. Accommodates 150 Patients. Competent medical staff, large corps of noises, electric treatment, splendidly equipped operating rooms. Boom rent includes medical attention, medicine, tinning and board. Rooms from $10.00 a week np. Wards $7 00 up. Whit* Dm. A. K. K ESS LEU. Suit.. HUNTIN6T0N* REST VIRGINIA. VALLEY HEIGHTS HOTEL, A New Modern Structure, NOW OPEN TO GUESTS FOR THE SEASON. This is an elegantly furnished three-story building, with baths and all the conveniences and luxury of home. The only Hotel at the Springs where you can enjoy ibe luxury of a Hot Sulphur Water Bath, Hot and cold water throughout the house. Write for rates, information, &c , to B. E. CAKNKY, Owner. W. R. TIPPETT, Mgr. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Children's Favorite ?CUBES? Coughs, Colds, Croup and ; "Whooping Cough. This remedy Is famous for Its curas ortr aUrgc part of the drlllied world. It mo | always be depended upon. It sustains no opium or other harmful drug and may be gfm as oonfldantly to a baby as to an adult \ Frlot 80 ota; Larg* Size, 60 etc. j Fiduciary Settlement. Notice in hereby given that the fol lowing accounts ae before uie for settlement, viz: GuiiuaC. McCullocb, Administratrix of Charles E. McCullocb, deceased, first and final settlement. Emma C. McCullocb, Guardian of Howard, Charles E., Florence M and Mary M. McCullocb, minor children of Charles E. McCulloch, deceased, fi st settlement. Given under my hand this 12th day of June, l?JOi. II. R. HOWARD, Commissioner of Accounts, Mason CCounty. VV. Va. june 20 4w. Taking things easy means a batd of paying. STRONG Again Is what Mr*. Lacy Stovall. of Til ton, G?_ ?aid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cora. Hundreds of other wsak omen an being re stored to perfect health by this rem edy. YOU may be well if yea w&l take tt. Indigestion causes nearly all the sick ness that women bare. It depriree the system of nourish ment and the delicate organs peculiar to women eaffer??. weaken, and become Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the whole some food that may be eaten. Itnourishee the bedy, and rebuilds the weak organs, restoring health and strength. Kodol cures indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour riling i, hslrhtny i heartburn snd ill ifnmifh disorders. Digests What You Eat IBdlsrMdsMisfM I 1 B55fgBBCT Mmm as ??> astC I 1 iisisj f LO.OeWW I SHU,-J ?1 1 m w i m CAPEHART STOCK - FARM BARON MAWR 4758 ^ Will trot Id 2:lt) By Uarou Wilkes. 2:1*, ?lain Pllotcen, 2:11; by !*I!oL Medium, I'Jl iu insure. RITTT? P/IIVT Pacer; three-year-old, uuUEd jv/lxi 1 trial 2:15, quarter 32 second*. eitrl't in 15 second* Will beat2:lU thlH year, lty Jay HIrd, dam by bcarlet Wilice8 2:22*^. $2u to Insure. LANGLEY 30308 gJSfV.!S& A high acting ??oacb horse by AllerLon 2:<w'? dam by AlcMii!arH2:t?l. f 10 to Insure Trotters and pacer* trained and Hold. Address R. P. LITER, Point Pleasan.t W. Va. HAVE YOU KV'KIt BUCIiflT OV The Point Pleasant Liquor House?The! Snencer. Drop iu when id town nod look over oar stock ? od sample our gooda. He low we quote you prices in souie of oar many brands. One of our specialties Royal Rye? one case of four quarts, price $3.00. Other brands, prices as follows: Log House 1 0) Mouut Vernon Rye (20 y'rs old), 2 0) Old Barbee, per qt., 1 2 > Gilded Ace. per qt. 10) Golden'W edaing, perqt., 1 0) Cognac Brandy, (Fine.) per qt.,.. 1 5) Guckenheiine.Pure Bye,perqt., 1 2> Jas. E. Pepper, Sour Mash, per qt 1 20 Continental 7# Montereal Malt Rye, per qt...... 1H MaJ. Paul's, per qt., 7/5 Strawberry Wine, (Fin?,) per qt ?6 8t. Jalien, per qt., 85 Port Wine, (Best,) per qt., '0 Port Wine, per qt., 65 Sherry Wine, perqt., #0 Catawba Wine, per qt., 7q Moms Extra Dry (Champagne,) 4 0j TIE FIIIT PLUSIIT LIQBOI BOUSE. KILL the COUCH' MID CURE THE LUNGS """ Dr. King's New Discovery /70HSUMPTI0H Price FUR I OUCHSand 50c & $1.00 ^OLBS Free Trial. S greet and ftniclffwt Core for all THBOAX and L17BS TKOTJB T.Efl, or XOSST BACK.