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I UK INTELLIGENCE!! will prcaent daily tho CO
news In all dcpartmeuU, from all quartera of
the world, aa well aa a complete record of local j,
.vents. "
I UK WEEKLY Is printed on Thursday, and can
!? had at the counter. In paid en*elopo*,r?ady Ol
fur mailing. WT,Smd a copy to abunl Jritnai hi
u'nf rtlalites with newt from home!
! 'imCltlBERS.?-Penmns desiring to ha to the r
Iuily lNT?i.Ll(>KJirKSleft regularly at their 1.
rrtldono-s In tlip city arid suburba, can bo ed
..rv.il by 1 carina their addreai at Counting ?li
Itim)in, or by drop letter through the poetotfice.
TO (UNTIUIUJTOHH,?No attention will be paid
to nnouyuious ((immuiiU-ationv, ctery article
mint Ih* accompanied by tho writer's real name
urn! address.
Huiinrii'Ijtters fur um ihoutd Ik aihlreuril "Frew 11<
.1 Un/I/-/*</," awl ?houht in tto rutr I# addttutd to _
11iher imliridual number of thf firm by flatus. "
fchAMiigmav. s
a I.vshou lor Hard TIiiicn. 0r
[By Lyman Atilmtt, la (be Christian Union.| up
If one of the clinractern out of Dickena' t?
noveltt had walked into the room, I could
not have been more surprised. It wan Cu
prena day; 1 wbh very biiny in my Banc- or,
turn, when 1 heard the door open and a *p
curious flhutHing no'mo followed, which |,q
made me look up for a moment from my
paper. It wan but for a moment; I naw,
;n I nupponed, a cripplcd bepijar,iihuMinjr
b hii4 way on his knees toward my chair. I j.,
WilVCU It I III BWBJ Willi U1J II Ulllt. XlUlll* "
ing for you," 1 Mid, resolutely, a little
impatiently, j?oi??il?!y, on?l turned back to
my deck, caught up the broken thread, w
and wound otl' tin* completed sentence 1,11
from the editorial di*t:tft'. Hut the beg- m
g:ir was not repelled. He answered ??
Homething; with a divided attention 1 1)1
could not well make out what. "Nothing
(or you," I related, somewhat more vig- th
orou*ly than before. The answer was w;
plnin enough thin time; and in a tone that S*
commanded attention : "I aui no beggar, if
sir." # ^ ly
lie wax on bin kneec; his legs lroin bin
knees to hi* feet were uncle appendages, g,
which dragged after him and produced w
the shuflling sound which first attracted
my attention. His whole body was dis- t|
jointed; bis arms alternately bung down c.
like the wooden arms of a great toy, and
moved about in a grotesque attempt at
gesture?like the toy arm when the im- ,
aire is pulled by the spring from below. c.
When he spoke he wormed and twisted
bis bead from side to side, and contorted V
hi 4 face with the vigor of bis endeavor, J
as though the words were stored below *
and couid be brought up out of a reluctant
throat only by a wrestling and iiivin- 0
eible will. But his eye was clear, bis
brow high, and bis whole face, when in
repose, not unnnnusome. u*
"I have got something to sell, ?irt and ai
it id no humbug, cither.," w
Then I noticed for the lirst time a
leathern bag Hlung over hi<? hhoulder.
' With a curious spasmodic twist lie dove c'
into it and brought out a tin box labeled
l'rof??'u floap; warranted to take out
Kreaae spot*,ctc., ctc. In this a* in every
motion hi* arms and hand* and lingers n,
made wild attempt* before they succeed- cj
ed in their purpose, like those of a two (a
or three months old babe that has not yet \
t'ouio into possession of itself. (r
"What brought you into this condi- \\
lion, may friend?" eaiii I looking down ai
upon biui. ^
"I was born a cripple hir," he answer* .,
cd. "But," he added, quickly, as though hl
he saw some sympathy in my face and rl
would refuse it,"you not inns', think that n
I sufl'er, for I don't. I have no pain; it U *a
only weakness-, weakness of the spine, 'j'
the doctors tell me, bo that 1 don't have n
good use ol my arms or legs or face.
But I don't eufll'r. And 1 am iu>t unhappy."
. . w
I could hardly look in his fnce when lie n
was speaking, his endeavors were so dis- ,|
treaiingly labored. I rarely give to beg- n
jar?; for that very reason I am always j,
rcluctant to turn away any one, from the ni
gamin who is sweeping the street crossings c.
tiH, who is endeavoring to earn an honest tj
living. I bought his patent soap and tj(
gave him the price?a quarter. He 0
turned to go away; 1 should as noon 0
thought of ottering charity to any other t|
independent merchant as to him, and 1 ?
stopped him with a question. It needed j,
but a very "little touch of sympathy to ti
open his heart. lie told me his tftory: j
"My father was a mechanic. I was al- n
WAyp, from my birth, as you see me now. t
lie supported me till 1 *.vaa 28. But I j,
didn't like it. 1 wanted lo ho self Blip* v
porting."
1 noted a curious feature of his lan- ?
guage. It was that of one burn in the r
lower ranks, but self-educated by courses 0
I of reading outside the literature of his j,
companions. 1 thought this at the time; |
it was confirmed*by a suggestive hint ^
afterward. * c
"I told my father, lie laughed at me. H
"What can you do?'said he. I told him j,
that he could not always support me; he a
must die pome day, and he had no money, j
'The Lord will provide,' said he. But v
that did not suit me. 1 resolved that if :
I 1.1 ..... WUV I t*n..M
"V J u
run away." _ r
There waa something pathetically hu?
moroua in this picture of u man-boy of
US running away on hii? knew from a
tyrannical father who despotically in- (
Minted j>n providing for him. Whether a
he actually did run avray or not ho did |'
not tell ine, and I did nut ask him.
"I bought thiii rccipe for poap. At 1
tirst I hired a man to go round with me 1
.uid take care of mo, but that did not pay. <>
Then I went to a hotel and hired a {nr- l
tor to drew and undrew ine. In the day I
time I took caroof myself." t
All thiii and much more?for 1 am o
comprising a long Btory into a short *
one? with labored speaking, and labored 0
likening, too, for it was not alwaya quite l
easy to tell what was the word which the b
corkscrew brought up. hike an old cork r
it was broken, and often came up in frag- *
menta.. o
"I never expected to get married, for I c
never thought that any woman whom I b
would have would have me. But Jou f
know, t?ir, the old proverb. Every Jack 11
ha?| his Clill; and I found tny Gill. And I
\ don t believe there is a man in New o
\ork that ban got a better wife than I ?'
nave. And don't you imagine that I am v
miserable,air. I wem so to you becauxe I
you judge mo from your point of view. I1
mu i rt many a rich man, and a strong ?
mm,.an! 1 would not exchango with R
mm. I have my advantages, too. So- >
. ietj claims a Kreat deal of you. hut It
never claims anything of me. | in.
dependent. And I enjoy life, because I
dont you see, sir, I have nothing to do
out to Rtudy how to enjoy it." c
!!?,? Jon K?t0 church ?" 1 asked. 0
.' ?ir, I am a member of the Kan. r
tut Church, but nine? 1 have moved awav r
Irora the old church and gone among t
Mrangor? I don't go to church, for it n
miRUt create a sensation, don't vou ?ee?" h
. polh!?ri(1 Mc\ \ imaR?ne<l tliia c
reajure Hhut ling up the broad aisle of a b
. uonaoie church,or even of an unfaali*
WMb 0 chapel, ami thought ho ?hotr?l
?ctr lhc ""'"l"" the
i" ,0?.? ,hln* 1 ??< lie c
Wary? 10 1,01 int0 a ll_ 1
Jta#.1, "WhaiMuij^ i
mu,f member I mean, ?|r " ?ij |l0.
MtoS." abl' 10 Rel b001" '
I 1 took down hu addreu, and w;th all '
le inimitable diKnltr of > gentleman, he
ivlted me to call. Then, with an apolo- Hi
r for having taken n much of my time, ot
gd an Inquiry?for we had exchanged li
unea?whether I waa the "historian Ab. w
itt,"heshullled outot the door. I hid w
ardly got to my teat and my pen In il
mil before I heard him (hullllng back ti
tain. He peered round the coiner of w
10 doorway, and withthatcuriouaJack- al
ithe-box motion ot bin, held up three le
tgers. "Third bell," be mid; "rim tho it
lird bell," and he waa al again. bi
And I lat down and thought of that at
Mir woman who began two yearn ago by m
illng her thonaand'dollar piano and n:
st week waa found with her clothe* and 1?
rnlture all pawned, and her only 11 an- ?i
11 garment, too remnant of an old blan- tl
it, wrapped around her; thought of hi
at merchant who 18 months ago was w
inlributing to the aup|iorl of one of our ri
eat charities and is now dependent on tl
fflr bread for his family: and here in fc
lis cripple without the right use of legs si
arms or handi or folce, supporting ni
uiself and his wife, "happy aa a king," tc
id asking charity of no one: and 1 said, m
will leave the thread unspun on the hc
litorlal (lintafl* till 1 have written down c<
lis lesson for hard times. 01
11
Til*: IIOIJMKKKKI'EK. "
cx
Light rwhiinij.?Oi\Q quart of inilk, 01
iree egg*, six tables poonluls of Hour ami f"
little salt. Bake in a quick oven. Eat
ith a sauce.
PuttinR cream on onions instead of but* w
r removes much of the strong llavor and
nders them lens likely to aired weak
omachs unpleasantly.
Plain Cup Cake.?One-half cupful milk, A
te teaspounful crentn tartar, half tea- te
oonful soda, two tablespoonfuls butter, g,
ro eggx, one cupful nugar. ^
Cheap Cake.?One cupful sugar, half ...
ipful'butter, half cupful milk, two egg?,
le teaspoonful crcaui tartar, half tea- "
oonful soda; give it a good beating: Jand r(
iko in a quick oven. P1
Always remember that in cooking rice, *
it meal, wheat or any of tho other
ains, Halt boiling water should he used.
- thirt means the kernels remain whole ^
id the ilavor is much improved.
It in supposed by many that earthen- p(
are in better anil cooler for butter in te
itnmcr than wooden vessels. Thia ia a ?>,
intake, Kirthenware is too great a [r
inductor of heat for butter. Hence all
itter dairies adopt the wooden vessels, a
Many persons who are obliged to keep "J
eir hands for a long time daily in warm H
uter sufier from their chapping or h
felling. A few drops of glycerine will, 01
rubbed over the hand* nt night, entire- r<
restore the skin to its normul state. ti
A piece of red pepper the size of your f|
iirer nail put into meat or vegetables,
hen first beginning to cook, aids greatly s.
i killing the unpleasant odor arising 0'
icrefrom. Kemember this for boiling t<
ibbnge, green* beans, onions, chickens, b
intton, etc. p
Slrmcberrii ami Currant ?A pretty l).
jfcrt dish amy be made of mixed early "
iiitt*, strawberries, white or red cur- n]
intn, gooseberi ie* and cherries aU care- a|
illy picked, placed in alternate layer?, ?
re wed with sugar and piled up with .1
i?te. Simple cream should be poured 01
rcr the salad. S
Muking Vinegar.?Take water, three "
illons; wolasgea one quart; end yeast, "j
ib pint. Warm the in to 100 degrees, t|
ill place them in a clean vinegar or
hisky barrel, in a warm place. Leave d
it the bung for the admission of air, and e:
i about three weeks time it will be it
langed to good vinegar. it
tn
92intrt on Transplanting.
The art of transplanting trees, shrubs, hi
id vines, is only learned by experience, n
oi?e observation, and a strict adherence b:
i the laws that govern vegetable growth. n
ny unskilled laborer can dig and reset a
ee or n vine; but this does uot insure "
fe, health and vigor. There is a wellIjusted
balance between the roots and |
I uiiiucn \ I c?ci j utvui Villi;. i rillllt'U
radical garden? recognize thU fact,
mi the importance in transplanting of
moving carcfully all the roots possible,
nd especially tlic line, fibroin one;', such
s take up and furnish the nourishment,
'o save enough of these root* in translanting
large-sized trees, it is necessary
i know the habits of growth of trees
ml vines. For instance, the Scotch or
hite pines with their long, Heshy roots,
nd comparatively few fibrous ones near
:e body of the trees, need more care in
jiuovirg than the Norway spruce with ]
s tuasd of librotis roots clustered nrouml ,
nd near the body. The best way in all
lscm is to dig u narrow trcnch around 1
ic body, some distance from the tree,
L-ep enough to get below the lower tier
f roots. In making this circle the llat
I thu spade should not be faced toward
le body tf the tree. The top soil on the
ball," near the body, should bo removed
y n urging iutk or timer implement
hat will not cut or injure the email roots,
n case the trees or shrub* are to be
loved only n abort distance from where
hey nre growing, as much soil aa will' adicre
to the root* may be left on with adantage.
The second important point to be obervod
in transplanting in not to leave the
oots exposed for a moment to the rays
f the sun, or to a blowing dry air, which
< quite an injurious to teuder rootlets.
( not set out at once, the roots oufjht to
e kept damp and covcred over with a
loth, or "heeled in." Trees coming from
; distance, when the roots, show fiignn of
eing left exposed, and the tibrea are dry
ml somewhat shiivcled, will be much
inproved by plunging them into a stream
r pool of water and them heeling them
n, covering the root* carefully with
loist soil, and so leaving them until
eady to plant oui.?Scribner.
llusna ou Awnings??'The Journal of
*licmistry, in an article relative to blinds
nd awning?, says that lite custom which
irevails with some housekeepers of doting
doors and windows in the early mornng
of a hot day in order to Fictire coolless
is most pernicious. The air thus
htainod hns the chill and imnuritv of
he cellar, and h not fit for human life,
f people must live indoors the nearer
heir habitations approach the character
>f greenhouses the better. The old-fashaned
roof piazza is fast giving place,
xcept in houses for summer use only, to
lie uncovered terrace. This latter can
ie sheltered by Italian awnings from the
ays of the noonday sun, or from the
veiling dews, or it can be provided with
> light wooden framework to support a
anvas cover that can be easily rolled
ack, liko the awning over a city shop
ront. On the score of expense, these
iseful devices arc much more economical
iian the universal blinds. The first cost
f tho latter, with the additional outlays
ur |ieriodical painting and repairing,
rill far exceed that of their substitutes,
t seems rather absurd for a sensible |>eo le
to spend so much money in making
ml glazing windows only "to spend a
roat deal more in devices for obstructng
them.
W anted. A Good, Live Maui.
*nui ths Burlington Hawkeyc.
Wanted, a good, live, active man to
anvasB for the sale of the "Rise and Fall
f the Mostacho" in the Black Hills. The
ight kind of a man can make scads of
none? by purchasing the exclusive right
o sell in this Territory. The Indians
re just crazy about tliis book, and arc
itting around on the rocks and slumps
rying for it, and peuding delegations
egging the post commanders to get it
ur them if he has to stop their rations.
Thk Tlfllrnit Pi\it utivi i f fruit* Amur!.
ian Btatnmcn:
rhere'a young Ton Cameron, and old Mm. Cam- ,
W llo'a'young Don Cameron's did;
Lnd young Don Cameron'* a pretty Mr Cam- \
Bat olb film. Cameron's bad? j
Lnd there's B. F. Butler and George 11 Butler,
Wbo's nephew otBatlar the first}
tnd B. F. Butler'a a bad enoogh Butler,
Bat Qeorft U. Butler's the wont.
Ooowa on th? Soutold.?Bin
Jttel, a negro wife murderer, wan excited
at Hickory, Miaalaiipni, on Fridlj
jL On the preceding Wedneiday hi
m taken by the aherlfi from the priaoi
here he had been confined to the jail al
le plan of execution, and on the way
lere and whllut on the can expreaaed hit
illingncii to die, and alio bin anxiety tc
lone lor Ilia crime with hta life. Aftei
Ming the train be queationed the aher
I' cloaelv aa to whether the MifTnld ?m
lilt, and of what material it waa con
ructed. On being informed that it wai
lade of pine, he seemed displeased. re
larking that an the expense had to
t borne by the State a more reapectablc
ructure ought to have been erected. Or
le morning cf the execution he made a
early breakfast, but declined an ofl'er oi
hiskv. Ho was particular in his inquiea
aa to the rope to be used, directed
10 sheriff to give him a drot> of exactly
iur and one-half* feet, ana on beinfi
town his coffin grumbled at its plainneat
nd stated that he would havo preferred
) have spent Home of his own money ir
rder to secure a better one. On'the
iatl'old ho showed the same wonderful
miposure, declining all oilers of relieius
ministrations lirmiy, but not rudely
[e addressed the immense throng of specitors
in a clear roice, and rebuked the
)lorcd portions of the crowd for breaking
it in their peculiar religious cries. IK
Misted the sheriff to adjust the rope, and
;gged that the black cap should not Ih
ut over his face, aa ho wanted no server
)tween himself and doath. JJi.n request
as granted, the drop fell and he died
jickly.
Fearful Retribution.? The Kent
eui says that on Saturday of last week a
rrible retribution befel n tramp near
issafraa, in Kent county. On reaching
le house of Mr. John Gibson, situated
;ar the roadside, ho found Mrs. Gibson
clining at a window fronting on the
mil. It was about noon; she had preired
dinner for her husband, who wns ni
ork in tlio Held, and was awaiting his
rival. The stranger accosted her, and
lid he wan coming into the house. She
imonstrnted, and told him there was n
id dog in the hall that would certain!)
te him if he effected an entrance. Il'c
?rsisted, however, and, oh entering, atmpted
to commit an outrage upon the
?rson of the lady. The dog rushed
ito the room nhout this time and made n
ivage attack upon the tramp, inilictin;;
terrible and excrutiating wound in an
nfortunate locality, maiming him for
fe. The stranger then made his exit
om the house, and when hist seen bj
nr informant he was lying beside the
>adside near Sassafras suffering excru
ating pain.
O ALL, I'AltTICULAULY INVALIUM.
iring is n trying season. Indication!
f. sicknets should at once be atmded
to. Fatal diseases may be caused
uttMl and the system to remain in a di?or
ered condition, until the disorder hn?
me to develop itself. An ounce of preention
is worth a pound of cure, is an old
nd truthful saying. Therefore we advise
>1 who are troubled with the complaint*
nw very prevalent?headache,indigestion,
isordered liver, want of appetite, nausea,
r feverish skin, to take, without delay,
chenek's Mandrake Pills. We know ol
o remedy so harmless and decisive in iti
etlon. It atouce strikes at the root ol
jo disease and produces a healthy tone to
le system. People never need sutler from
ly disease arising from a disordered conition
of the liver if they would take this
icellent medicine when they feel the firsl
idications of the malady. Families lenvig
home for the summer months should
ike three or four boxes of these pills with
leui. They have an almost instautaneouf
feet. They will relieve the patient ol
eadachc in one or two hours, and will
inldly cleanse the liver of surrounding
ile, and will effectually preveuta bilious
ttack. They are sold by all druggists,
cod
IUUII icjuuituwu iiuriDbiu
DR. C. M<?LANE'S
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
rox -nil cl'hs or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
DVSPEPS1A AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of r. Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edgeof the ribs, increases on pressure
; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarelyable to lie
on the left side; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There isgcnerally aconsiderable loss
cftnemory,accompaniedwitliapainM
sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is sometimcs
an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility;
lie is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of" a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
snirits nrr* lmv; nnrl nUhnnah h(* i?s
satisfied that exercise would be beneficial
to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms
attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them existed,
yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M?Lane's Liver Pills,
IN CASES OP /{cue AND FEVER, whctl
taken with Quinine, are productive
ofthemosthappyresults. Nobettei
nthartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. Wc
would advise all who arc afflicted
with this disease to give them a
PAIR TRIAL.
For all Bilious derangements, and
us a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
dewar13 of imitations.
The genuine,Dr. C. MHane's
Liver Pills arc never sugar coated,
Every box has a led wax seal 01:
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MCLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine S19Lane's Livei
Pills bear the signatures of C
MVLake and Fleming Bros, on the
wrappers.
SST Insist on your druggist 01
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MSLane's Liver Pills, pre
jiared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggist!
and country storekeepers generally
To thoie trithlng to give D*. C. M?Laki':
uvn Pius a trial, we will mail poit paid to an;
art of iho United States, one box of FU1? fo
nreotjr-firc cent*.
FLEMING BROS., PitUburjh, Pa
r HE HYCEIA HOTEL
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA.
Situated within 100 yarda o( Fort Monroe. Op<
ill the year. Special attractions for aummer. wi
imple capacity for 600 guerta. Hai all model
Improvements. SI* dally mailt add telegraj
3tt.ee. Filtaen to twenty flrat-claaa iteamen lai
lally (except Bandar), 160 yardi from the doc
Superior beach for bathing at door atepa and fo<
from May until November. Boating, fUhlog ai
driving i peel ally attractive' Send lor circular d
scribing hygienic advantage* terma, Ac.
mjlJ H. PHOEBUS, Prop.
DRUCCI8T8. N
AN AKE8I8, Tl
An instant reliof ami Infallible cure for Piles
Hoi man's Fever & Ague Pads.
Sanford's Radical Catarrh Cure. 1
BABY SOAP?BABY SOAP,
For the Toilet. Cor
Sulphur Soap-?Sulphur Soap,
For Skin Diicascn.
! OX GALL SOAP,
| For Cleansing Silks, Ac. We
; Swiss Condensed Milk.
j SCOTCH OATMEAL. WO]
FOB SALE BY
LOCAN, LIST & CO., ?
Gfil
DRCCGIBTK, BltlDOE COUSKIU
, ap28'iUw
;ALWAYS GET THE BEST!,'
, Ami
BBBD'S C|.
COUGH SYRUP!
, dincc
i Do Not Neglect a Cold Kowover Slight, ino
For COltOHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, ...
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUOH, Ac., iihc fr()n|
REED'S COUGH SYRUP! ~
PB11
There is no Preparation equal to It Try
it and bo convinced. m3
i REUKMBEH! Aftk for "KRRD'8 COUOH J,
r oiitur, huu uusuicjuuKCti^
I
PRICK 25 CUNTS PER IiOTTLR.
HOUSTON & HEED, Proprietors, Sf]|
. WlIKRUKQ, w.va.
BOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES.
myl'J
BEWARE!
Of Coughs and Colds, .
Contracted at this season of the year.
Dr. ROBERT S COUGH SYRUP
Is on un/altlng Ennaly, affording Intlnnl Rrll>J
\ and a S/Jttdy Cure ho uiaedy equal to It for
' both adults aud children.
Sold by all Druggists and Dcitlvrs In McdlcIncs
nt 25c |icr bottle. ? n |
i Dr. Robert's Imperial Liniment!
| Cure. riBEOMATISM. NEURALGIA, PA IKS, A"'1
ACBKi, lmtlleES, HPRA15U, Ac.
! Tho Very Best Liniment fop Man
and Beast.
8uld for *c a botL'e by all Dealt rs in Medlclocs. j^|
R. A. McCABE & CO.,
\ WHOLESALE DRUUGIETS, p|a
; Nos. 1423 Main and 1428 Soulh Streets,
WHEELING, W. VA., '
\ my iI SOW PROPRIETORS. P|a|
I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Spr
Dentist by.
And
Wo kiItIio all those wanting* Dentistry dono to estftl
! call on DR. OA6MIHE, where they ian have teeth
extracted without the allghcst pain and now teeth oc|
]>ut In nottolm known from the natural teeth. uCl
Can l? wom with comfort and ca>p. All cam*
warranted. OfBcc?No. 42 Fourteenth strwt. corcr
of Market. fe20
AH. CAl.DWKLL,
Til F
Attorney a t X.ii>vt
1220 CHAI-UKE ST. &
Practices in nil Courts. np20
J01IN J. JACOB^ No.
roj
attorney'at law. 7
Oflice in People's Rank Kniltling, corner |\
of Main and Twelfth Btrecta. npC
J DALLAS EWING,
attorney at law,
No. 64'T\VBLFrn Et.,
_defi WHRELTNO, W. VA.
yy J. W. COWPEN,
A 11. orno y u t. L n -\v.
OIEt???No. 1222 CHAFUKBST.,
WHEELING, W. VA. f
rroiuptnttrntlon to all btuluess entrusted totny
?ny fc7
Rlf. COCIIP.AN,
BS
Attorney at Law. *"
1220 CHATLINK STRKKT,
fel WHEELING, W. Vv
WILLIAM EKSKINE,
Ha r
Attorney u t n \v.
ODlu-of the lateC. W. It. Alllton, No. 1140 Chat>'
line *trwt, Wheeling, W. Va.
Will practice in the State find Federal Court#. SP
BENJAMIN a ALLISON, NOTARY PUBLIC,
j Oflce an aboTc. del5
, ^yiLUAU Plum's,
I Ju9(ico of the Peace & Reel Estate Aflent,
No. CO TWILVTU Bt., WllKKUNfi.
Colleitlona of hU kinds tuade and prottvda
promptly nmlttcd. jaS
i Q C. OLMSTED, M. D., ^
; HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
r Okkick?No. M FoTtTKKirru St.
i WHEELING, W. VA.
^ OtUcfl Iloum?8 to 10 A. X. 1 to 8 P. if. dc2 GE
WJI. II. I1KAHNB,
I
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ?
our
OO'ice with Diiniel Ijinil* No. 1318 Market peri
street. Oft!p? UII utnira. m
au30 _
QANIEL. LAMB, "
attorney at law,
No. 1318 Market Street, (over City Bank.)
<e4 Wheeling, W. Va. Bri
rji j. hugub,
Attorney ftt Law. i>?,
Office 71 Twelfth titrret, \Vhrtling, IF, I 'a. A?1
tnen
PrnrticeH in the Court* of Ohio, Marshall
and Tyler counties, W. Va. gov 17
DANIEI* PEOK, B,T1
Full
attorney at law, ,hs
l?
1?M ChapUae Htrbet, Whoring, W. Va. ?
29
r inch a Thompson, " (
Li Fl
? ATTORNEYS AT LAW, For
m lust
jj 1205 cuafukc btrkkt. frk
;''1 Kootn No. 1 Odd FeUowt' BolMInf?upiUIra, a.
? Tr
i 5C
Oflfft "AW3 WtKUB. 11
I Bjtl F?'ufr!''DA7E!IP0BT4 riBKS. |
IERCHANT TAILORS 8TOV
*
ios. Hughes & Co. The I
MERUIT TAILORS,
ner Twelfth and Witer Streets,
CO
WHEELING, W. VA. In i
VA
are receiving additions daily to our V fi
I ready large and attractive stock of
B
RSTED8,
CLOTHS, cini A
CA8SIMERE8, and ^
?. #
rctlomon'sFurnishlngGoods,
OR srniNQ A SUMMER WEAK, M?rb
Frtei
believe we can offer superior iuducc* caj) ,
meats to any needing chasing *
King Made in a Flrst-Oliss Manner, F.
e will hereafter make the following
>unt to CASH and PROMPT PAYCUSTOMERS:
Marbl
K PKlt CBST oft* if paid in 10 days.
vb ran ckht off if paid in 30 days,
date of delivery of clothes.
TLX ASH I'.YAM INK 0 I'R STUCK AND Galvani
CK8.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
'i?- TOOETl
. H.8TALLMAN & CO.,
coo
erchant Tailors!AnJUo
Peerloi
The raoa
We are constantly receiving It can bi
Coen'i fi
1EW GOODS, S
ARE'
KOn Till XJL
ring and Summer Trade [\jg
nlwnys keep one of the LAKGESfr
\NI) BEST SELECTED STOCKS . Th- nF,
OF GOODS in the city.
I the NEW STYLES ^<?.
?OF?
in, Strips and Plaid Suitings, At
Qonal and Basket Worsteds,
In and Fancy Pantaloon Goods,
ing Overcoatings. FiPS
nil gooilH usually found Jn a firat-olass CnU
>lit>hinent. A fll line of
YTS' FURNISHING GOODS, AlL ST
Don't i
Alwayn in store. fore pur
REST PLACE TO BUY SHIRTS JOSE
in the city.
All
&~Ch11 aud look at our good?. j?0
mr!2
27 Twelfth St., Wheeling. =
lew Goods! mi
FIRaT 1
Capital....
'RING and SUMMER JftS
ltiucce*
is owned 1
same man
By care!
- rmpondcD
faithful e:
their e?te<
Notes ai
Collectli
HESS & SON, ?5W
. ' reived Ire
and Indlv
Certlflc*
P f "3* " I or *l flrt<
erchanl Tailors,
' John K
Jacob 8,
Wu.A<
COH. I4ih AND MAIM STS.
e juNt received their Urge and elegant Cor
etock of Gooda for
Capital,
RING AND SUMMER WEAR.
Interest
made and
Embracing nil u*w design* of of mcrchi
J*18'. Tbcn. II
luasimeres, fj.w
Voslinps, '!v.LXT!
Suitings, and
Spring Overooating?, ftr-H
d. a i,
licit will be wado np in the Best Style. iiknry
Wm. A
FULL LINK OF Bar
NTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITS hHIRTS MADE Tfl ORDRll. Capital,
'e invite the public to call and examine 8t?5l5i'
stock, feeling assured we can offer su? 0T{7*iV?
or inducements. i)raia !
rl7 C. HESS & SON. Exchann
?????___?belli lj
many ant
I. CALDWIXLt A. S. SMITH, A. K. STXVSXSOIf
Prw't. Brewer. Manager
? Bpecial
SMITH & CO., aiA
iwcra, Moltaters & Hop Dealers. Ex
ulng thoroughly renoraled the Wheeling . ? _
very, and changwl lta entire management by J*1** *
nl*lnc a Joint Stock Company, and placing Mr.
S. SMITH In charge of the Brewing Departt,
we are now prepared to furuUh ? , .
Capital...
SMITH'S CELEBRATED Liability
fER. PALE & KENNETT ALES, PORTER. 4c.,
ly up to the standard which has heretofore glren Thl? Bi
u inch extensive reputation. Jhanta h
e respectfully solicit your patronage. Commerc
5 SMITH A CO. gjjjjj
X A rr* XT' T> m promptly
xv v-r w r Accouc
I( tho Stockbi
CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE S3Sul
RE-PROOF COVERING j.s.y
Brick ot Ftibi Bulldingi. The dJflmnc* In I- 5
ss&i!afe?"1""otkw>'i
CYRUS M. YOC0M, 2SW'?
*-Q*W &TIDBVILLI. 0.
jQ RARRKL8 FLOUR? T>A001
W M*"* AUm, Hill air. In eTc.Hu
t lowwt market rates. etc. Ord
LIST. DAYEHPORT A PARIS,
K? k HARDWARE
Cheapest
The Best
The Large:
OK8TOY]
the Market i? the Celebrated
*?.rnm a mm
LLtY SIAH
ENJAMIN FISHER,
dl FOUNDRY
at variety of other Cook Stovei
hand. Jtf*All Stovei guarantei
elized Iron and 8late Mantels,
tone and Slate Hearthi, &o.
xainine aniPsee pricei before p
Blwewhere. mriE
CALDWELL.
e, Slate & Iron Mantle
i Grates, Tile and all kinds
Terra Cotta goods.
ized Iron Work and T
Roofing,
her wrrn a complete .
bortment of
IKING STOVE!
use Furnishing Goods. We c
special attention to the
33 Radiator Shaking Grat
it complete Grate in the mark
j seeu in operation in Mr. Fra
ne residence on the Island. C
nine.
ititn ikii m?i v.
* ??' ?* <?ii mum nirn
t. tV O. IC. IC. Depot. rort
srou COING TO MOVE?
Don't You Want a
wCookStovi
ST and CHEAPEST STOVES !
E MA11KF.T can he fonnd at
14Li2C5 Main Si
TIIE FAMOUS
tUNGTOt
AND OTHER
t-Class Stoves
>w be bought Cheaper thou evei
before.
OVEH WARRANTED TO PLEA!
fail to call ami see our stock 1
chasing.
:ph bell & cc
LINGTON STOVE WORKS,
5 MAIN ST., WBSBUKO, W. V
FINANCIAL. ~
Jots ford, Prat, Uko. Adam, Cut
OF THE OHIO VALLE
oucTOwr io mo
I AT ION AL BANK OF WHEELING
- $250,0
ok la organized and prepared (o trans
*s of tanking in all its details.
(da the First National Bank of Wheelli
>y the aamc shareholders and Is under i
anrnent.
fully regarding the lnterNta of Ita C
ta and Depositors, and by a prompt i
cecutlon of their wishes, it hopes to mc
>ra and confidence.
id Bills discounted.
ins made on all points throughout i
Accounts subject to ehcck at >i,(ht
m Banks, Bankers, Fimu, Corporatii
Iduals.
ites of Deposit issued i?ysblc on demi
1 dates.
allowed on 8pec 1*1 Deposits.
directors:
. Botsford, I Wm. B. Simpson,
. Bhodca, Wm. A. Turner,
Isett, | John L. Hobtn,
damj, | o. C. Dewey.
M. llsrper, | i?j21-dAi
rimerciaT Bant
$!00,0(
Owcr?No. 1308 Main 8t.
t paid on Spodal Deposits. Collect!
proceeds promptly remitted. Acton
suts and otters solicited.
directors:
[. List, I J. I* Stlfel,
njrth, W. T. Hurt,
liomas, Chas. II. Booth.;
Wilson,
TIIOA II. LIST, FrealdoD
J. L. 8TIFEL, V. Fiest
1LDRETII, Cnihler. Jal
1st. joskpu 8etb0ll1
K. Ijst, (Iidsox Lard,
. List, llk?rr W. List.
ik of Wheelim
c
i WHEELING, W. VA.
5100,0
ildera pcraonally liable and rcpreacn
,000.
ia Deposits and IMarounts Paper,
l Gold, Hilver, Colu-Dralls and Htcr
u
Tafta on England, Ireland. France, <
1 other prominent parta of Europe,
id Bella Government, Mate, City and I
da.
t paid on Special Deposits.
attention gtren to Collections
D. C. LIST, Prealder
MB. Ouhler.
EYBOLD, Aariatant Caihlcr. Ja
change Bani
'me*, Prea't. P&ii'x. IatJonuH, V.
Of Btockboldora Z 4W
ink lucceodi to the business of tho 1
[atlonal Bank, and deal* in Coin, Coup
lal Paper and Bllla of Exchange,
t paid on Special Deposits.
lona nuule on all polnti and proe
' remitted.
its of Bankera aid Bustneaa Men wild
sldera liable to deport ton according ta
ion of the State the aama u In Isatl
diuctou:
rance, i b. Horkhelocr,.
elaplaln, | D. Uutman,
[olhnann, i Wo. Ellingham,
LughMn, | H. Wallace,
ru lioouj, I
JOHK J. JONBB, Ouhfa
4 AND LARD.
CR0CERIE8.
~ gCQAB CUBED MEAT& :
II you want to get Sugar Cured Shoulder almost '
"10,4 BUY 1^1 BEE mVE BRAND.
If roo want to jet tho awceteat Sugar Cured Beef,
, , BUY THE BEE UIVE BflAND.
.1 Tbtee ineata an cured by Evana Brothers, Cto- 1
P| oinnatl. Having handled tbem (or four aeaaona, 1
Jl kuow their excellcnce and can contldontly recora- <
mend tbem lo coniumera aa being tbe brat In this ,
market B. J. SMYTH, '
a Cor. Market and Fourteenth Sta. \
B. J. SMYTH 4 CO.,
myla W Zane Street. j
TWO IRON FRONTS?FOUR STORIES
EACH.
la ,
Jos. Speidel & Co.,
T 1418 Hall & 1417 South Streets,
L NRAIl 11. A (). R. It, DEPOT. I
l
? WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
i
Have the largest anil tint Mook of |
FI.OUK, Sl'QAR,
?r' FISH, KICK, I
L TOBACCO, '
SYKUPS, I
TEAS, mill 1
ncMPnai cnnrcoicc '
wuiikiirib wiivvunibgi
la the city. Bctailers will find it to their
advantage to examine our stock before pur- 1
of chasing. myM
ln "Satin Gloss" Flour.
We arc constantly receiving this
g CELEBRATED FLOUR,
THE FINEST and BEST ever introduced
into this market.
e. THE WAR EXCITEMENT.
uk lias caused aundvance and ull Flour is dear, i
aU 1
Don't Waite Your Money Upon j
*' Inferior Brands. ,
BUY THE BEST-THE SATIN UI.OSS. j
List, Davenport & Parks,
a QAI C AnCWTC
Mwiiii nuun w,
?p23 I
? i
ESTABLISHED IN* 1830.
[N M. RE~ILLY,
t. WHOLESALE GROCER,
Pork Paoker and Provision Dealer. ,
Solo Agent for the Dupont Powder Mills. I
J Nos, 1309 and 1311 Main Stroct, ,
WHEELING, W. VA. )
Rio, Laguara and Java Coffee!, \
Refined Sugars, all grades, '
New Orleans Sugars,
Molasses and Syrupt,
Tobaocos, all styles,
Raoon, Lard, Flour and Oils,
Fish, all kinds,
>e- Teas, all kinds and grade9,
Groorr'a Sundrois of every variety. (
| M. HKILLY.
" flP-3 J
DRY CATSUP
A. 0r Aromatic Seasoning for Meets, Oysters, FUb.Ac.
? TnOBURN ft RRQ;
= gUNDRIESBurden's
Condonrcd Mlllt. Ilalford's, Lea A Pcri?r,
rlns\ and I rince of Wales bailees, Tomato Catcup,
Ac., at THOBURN A BBO'8.
Y QALTFOltKIA DRIED FRUITS.
Choice (pared) California Peart.
Choice * Alden Erniorated Peaches.
3. Choice California Plums.
Just received and for wlo by
n0 TUOBUKN A BBO.. ;
<nr30 Cor. Market and 11th. 1
act j
I. I
tbo
-JOHN CLflRK. Jr.;
s cfc oo'S :
'"
"THOMAS RUSSELL,"
SOLE AGENT.
Obtained a DIPLOPIA for
? ^'Excellence in Color,
' Quality and Finish,"
WHICH IS THE
b HIGHEST AWARD
CHANTED TO SPOOL COTTON AT
do. CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.
ting
ling
Jcrtall
ap2?d*w
'i M ABTlir'S
'.?? ^HHr
CAPITAL RESTAURANT.
Ko. 1153 Market Bt., (j the onlv flriteltui Jltjecdi
taurant in tht city. It la (he only Hcataurant tlat
baa atpirato rooua for 1*11 w, or where you can And
ted, that quiet clcanllnwn of ? home. combined
i the with the beat cultint that can be found in tbedir.
otral lie keeps on hand the very beat the market aflbrdi
in vegetable!, fiah, ovitcrr game, and everything
in aeaaon, and Mrvca It up In manner unexcelled
in tbe country. He can be relied upon *lw?y? to
furntth everything flnt-dm. iny3
99 CENTS. 99 CENTS.
L. Will get ONE DOZEN nick
^ Card Photographs.
J*. Sm mnplef it BEOWK'S GALLERY,
r! tpl5 Below MeLure Houio
TRANSPORTATION.
gALTIMORE * OHIO BAILBOID CO |
InMB ?B?
On andafter U?j H, 1877, ranrnger TralnawUl
fare u follow-Whtollog Timet
No. 6. Mo. 7* Ho. L|M*a?
rut-bouxd. dtily. dally.)
i^avi'i? A. K. A.M P.M. A.M. j
Cheating 4:40 10:16 6:? 7:10 1
Arrlrwat- P.M. P.M.
J?Itoo V.Oft 3:15 lO-JO 4;10
? !'. M. A. M.I.........
??T*r 12:M T.08 !{ ..?.? $
tomheiUod 1-45 8:10 *4BL~~. ' r'xQ
MarUpiburg....... 4:80 ...mm. _0:1OL.mm..
..uuiugiaa tily I 7:20 *7:50 ' ?:!
JjUtlmoie 8:30 9:00 MMH> vittji
tM.il I 1 LI I A. M. mum. f, Ml HIWM SX5
Philadelphia..... 1:03 ...? 1:40
Sew ^ oik ...| 0:20 0:00 HIMH il M
Daily except Sunday.
No. 7 atone at all Stations between Wheeling and
ftimberlanil; No. 43 stupe at all Stationsbetween -J
Wheeling and Grafton.
NoT?. No. 10.
wwnvuoi'wu. dally. No. 2." dally.
Leave Wheeling 7:45a.M 4:10i\M 9.45 Ml
Arrlro at?
?*nCTTllle. ?... 11:50 8:45 ' 2:05 a.m
Newark ...... l:00r.M 10.00 8:15 ?
Julumbua B:00 " fc0o#? ?
fccdusky 0:55" ............ 9:10 ?
iMyton 7:30" ..... 1:05 r.M
Cincinnati 8:00" 10:80 a.*
Ioulivlle. 11-55 am 7:45 P.m
indlinapolla. ... 11:25 pm 11:40 "
<t. Louis. 8.C0A.M 9:01 "
.'blc^o 0:00" ?... 7:00 u
Dally excopt Sunday.
Not. 8 and 10 make clow connection at Oolumbua
or all iMiiiit* South and Southwest; at Chicago lor
ill point* West and Northvcat.
isst-fioiiml trains make connections*! Baltimore
or Philadelphia, New York and;Boeton. At Waahngton
City lor aH points South.
West-bound trains rnske.direct connections for
ill prlncljial polnu West and Northwest
l'ulliuau Palace can on all night tralua.
IVHEKLINH, PITTS.~AND IULTIMOBE DIV.
"Leaves dally? "Arrives dally at
Wheel ug 8:t0 a. in. Washlugt'n,Pa.ll:05a.m
5:23 p. in 7:10 p.m
'Except Sunday. 'Except Sunday.
Tickets to all principal points on aale at Depot.
'Jfflw open at all hours during the day.
T1I03. R. BH AR1\
Mailer of Transportation.
R. T. DBV una, (icn'l Agent. my 16
PITTSBURfJU. CINCINNATI & BT. LOUIS
RAILWAY-PA&UASDLB ROUTS.
125 fli
rho Direct Lino to the Northwest, Went and
Southwest.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Taking ?Bcct Mar 18, 1877.
To the Wctl unit South (via Columbui). . i
Kaat fac'fc
Line, Ex. Ac'in. Mail.
Leave? r. m. a. m. p. m. a. m.
Plttiljurgh 11:35 8:30 3:40 7:06
a. ?.
ilcubcnvllle 1.09 1 0:07 G:15 9:20
Uentlson 2:43 :i;M 8:80 1L85
p. m. a. u. p. m.
Newark 5:00 2:17
.'oliimluia 625 8:50 10:0 0 8:45
Arrive? P. n
l.omlon. 7:20 4:43 11 00 5:20
Keola 8:20 &41 12:15 6:22
jayion ... fcto 1:15 wo
Jliii iuuati 11:55 8:00 8:10 M<mM. ^
A. M
'OUHTUIC .. 12:53 7:45
To the II at ami South (via Zanmiile).
Fast Facfflc""
Line. Ex. Accom'n
A-.ve Zinesvllle.. 8:00A.M 2:50p.* .......
Vrive Lancaater...^.. 9:50 " 4:45 " .........
Clrclofllle 10:10 C:f5
Wellington 11:57" 7:15" 7:25 A.M
Wilmington l2:Kf.ll 8:21 '
Morrow 1 !M " I): 15 "
Cincinnati 8:10 " ~~ loqg "
To the Wtiland Sorthuat (vl> Qolumboi).
1'ait Intl. Pac'fr Ch'go.
Line. Ex. Ex. Ex.
ieivc? a.m. a.m. p. u p. v.
Toluuibua _ G.It 10:00 8:?0 5:40
Arrive? p. u.
Grbana 8:01 ......... 5:45 7:40
i'Jqua il.Ox (J 4fi 9:02
Richmond 10-.T> 8:15 8 30
I'. M.
Indianapolis...- 12.53 G:15 11:25 ....
A. M. A. M.
;t. Louis 0:00 *80 .........
I.ocansport.v 2:110 :t:0S 3:00
Jili-ago 8.30 7:50 7:C0
U'i-Piillnian Drawing Bootn and Slfeplng Can
roiu riteufoenvilie and Columbus through tnWwiil
hangc to Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis and
it. Louis, and from Columbus to Chicago.
The pleasure seeker or those socking Homes in
he Writ, should call on or address tho undersigned
or through time tablet, maps, land circulars and
urthcr information. w. L. O'BKIEN,
Jeu'l pasacnger and Ticket Agent, Wo. 219 High
street, Columbus, Ohio. inylT
plLLVKLAND A F1TWBUKUH 1U1LBOAD
\j CONDENSED T1MH CARD.
Lin and after December 4, 1870, Trains will roa
>ally. (otcept Bunday,) aa follows, via:
|ACCOMMO.| MAIL. XXPKB*.
LKAY1L
3ellalr(u 6:55 A. M. 10:60 A. M. 8:00 P. M.
Bridgeport.......... 6:05 " 11:00 " 8:10 '?
tfttrtitfs Ferry... 0:13 " 11:08 " 8:17 u
^agmnge^ .... 6:48 11:50 " 8:20 "
jtcubcntillo-...... 7:00 " 12:00 P.M. 4:08 "
iVolirrille 8:20 " 1:85 ? 5:50 "
locljarter. 9:30 " 2:30 " MO *
PltUbir^h 10:35 " 8:40 ? 7:45 u
11 too i) i. 6:55 P.M. WO 12:15 A. M
rlarrlfl.urg. 11:05 W0a.M. JktS
Ultlmoro.. ... 7:45
rTonblngton g.jj ?
Philadelphia 8:10a.m. 7:00 " 7:86 ?
Kcwlork. 6:15 " 10:C5 10-.25 ?
frwton... 4:50 P. M mm 8.40 P.M.
Ullanie ...... 12:28 " 6:15 P. M.
[Interna 1:28 ?? 6:08 " ..
audfion 1:65 fc33 "
:iorcl.ind. &10 " 7:85 .
KU Wsynu 12:01 A.M. 8:10 a.M
3iicaso ~ 7.-20 " 0:20 " ......
Accommodation Train leaves Bcllalro at 4:40 r.M
md arrives at titeubcnvlllo at &16 p.m.
Special accommodation trains leave Bcllalro at
1:50 A.M. and 12:50 p. M.; Bridgeport 10:05 A.M. and
1:05 r.M.; arrive at Martin's Ferry 10:15 a.m. and
1:15 p. m. Kc-turnlng leave Mvtin's Ferry at 11:80
i. m. and 3:10p. m.j Bridgcport,ll:40 a.m. and 8:80
'. m.; arrivo at Bcllaire at 11:55 A. u. and 8:46 p. M.
Tlckcta to all principal points In the East and
W?t can bo procured at the Union Ticket Office
id'Lurc House, and at the sutlon at Bridgeport.
F. IL MYEB3,
ties General Passenger and Ticket Agont.
TUTT'S PILLS
4. ? ? .
A distinguished physician of New York says:
44 It is astonish!nhow universally Dr. Tott'n
Pills are us<d. In my daily rounds, I hear of
them not only among the poor, bat their virtues
are heralded from the mansions of tho wealthy
and refined. Knowing tho inventor from his
lonjjconnection with the medical profession, I
have preat confidence in their merits, and of Into
have often prescribed them with the happiest
results in eases where I desired to make a aecid*
cd impression on the liver."
TUTT'S PiLLS
CURE SICK HEADACHE. modlclae thirty
... . - j??i. and for ii
TllTT'S PILLS
CURB DYSPEPSIA. w\^?,jr?V,K'
Medial Collf* *
TUTT'S PILLS as; .
CUBE CONSTIPATION. mi th.t U.ry
?n? pmwrnl on
TUTT'S PILLS |p5
CUBE PILES. II. I.n no.
?? f*r?l??l in cirnTUTT'S
PILLS 5$=$:
w na?litl<Mi tif a
CUBE FEVER AKD AGUE. BTRBNOTTT.
ENINO.Ptm
TUTT'S PILLS If G
CUBE BILIOUS OOLia mov? all on??
hv?lthy ??udiTUTT'S
PILLS
CUBE KIDNEY COMPLAINT. t.-krtt inn.
iiw without
TUTT'S PILLS Hi?
CURB TORPID LITER. tuvonotlval
TUTT'S PILLS Jfet
IMPART APPETITE. NEW YOllii.
DR. BUTTS'
DISPENSARY | 'mlwafm
TJiIrt* y?or?eip*rtrrw? in Ui?trvatuitut or Sexual And
CUroaio Disease* ufb< if fiwerf.
Mia fkirn 1>r,Jl'lTT,<' narHave Guide.
krr. vnt under ?1 for to ci*. ^ ^ m
-jfisssaaspttig&nnsass
?.?FP8fA,,t.AX>v!8JI on s"u*1 ?? Chitmle IXmm,
ii I1! i We?*????.CtUrrh, Canerr, l'.uMurr, the Upium
II>MI,*r.,aMpax??oik*rntundrr ??rfor 10 et#. AU
throo books containing 460pu? ?~1 emrtL Ior wJrU
knowlmonihaiub)*!. acat aeoureljr aaiitd en ra.
?f JO ota. AcUn Dr. But It' Ditpcntary,
no.u ri. olh it., St. Loun, mo. i?.?uwuft?a imj.j8TEWCIL87
^ W. VA. STENCIL & SEAL WORKS,
L No, 1781 Mum Br.
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