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J\OB KENT OB 8AI.E, YEEY CHEAP, g
A new elx*roomed Frtoi? Hoaee, No. 1M
8. Broadway, Itland. Immediate pom*,
elon given. Enquire of
II. FOBBEB, Esq., N
io20 1143 Chapllne 8t N
pOIt RENT- N
Two of tboae email fancy Store Itooma,
with good Dwelling! attached, on Eleventh
treet. q
Poeeeeeion to be bad immediately. 0
jj7 i. lawiir, Apnt. g
pOR RENT?HOUSE?
Containing eight noma ukl Bath Boon, on
Jacob aticet, between 18th and nth, vert aide.
Oaa and water. Will be tested lov to reerondble '{'
tenant Enquire of ,
JOSEPH I. WILDS, -J'
noW Bookaoller and Btatkxw, 10M Main 8t J.
FOR SALE.
TJ OUdE FOR 8ALK.-I offer for aale (he bouia
XX on South Front atraet. laland, in which 1 now ?
rtwde. HouiecontaJna nlor roomi, nantry. bath f
room and water cloaet; wmh bouw anil coal liouie V
in the baaeraent. There art bot and cold water
and pa flxtuica on all three floora. The lot la (0
by 128 f??t, and the troundi well improved.
Teraa fuj. JpPl7 to Ilexver A Brttt 01
JOHN MOBCJAN,
aep37 gouth Front Street, 1aland. f
IJIBflSTEE'S SALE. *
In purtuanee of a dtfl of traat Riven by Jamca I
M. Dillon and EJlen, bit wife, to me as Truatrc, I
dated February. 14th, 1871, and itco?ded In the I
Clerk'a offlce for Ohio county, We?t Virginia, In
Deed Book No.M, page8?, 1 will, at the frontdoor
of the Court Houie lor Ohio counly, on
SATURDAY, the Oth day of October, 1877,
Bell tbe following dracrit?d property conveyed to
mabynlddHd, via: All that lot or parcel of land Dt
lying In the city of Wheeling, in ibe county of io<
Ohio, and Btate of West Virginia, In that |?rt of
aid city known ai Oraham'i addition, on Centre
itreei, ana ueaignaiea on tue put 01 run 1117 h
Lot Number FUty-alx (M), the ttroo on which the
aid I'll Ion now raldet, with all the Improvementa
on nM lot
Tudor RALS-nnMhlitloMhepurchaaemon- ?
ev to be paid In caih, and more If the purchaser ?
cJect to do ao; the balaaw In ilxand twelve mnntha
with Interest, to be Kcurtd to aatlafaction of Truatee.
telling aa Trustee, 1 wlU convey the tltlo veiled
In me by the deed alwve naroed.
epl J1ENK1T K. HOT, Trustee.
fJTBUSTEE'S SALi "" g
By wittue of a Deed of Truat made by EHabeth
McNeal to me aa Trustee. dated January 9th, 1870,
worded In the office of the Oik of the County
Court of Ohio county, Weat Virginia, In Dred of
Trust llook Mo. 8, |*ge 01,1 will tell at the front 1
door of the Court lloute of aald county, on ofl
BATUBDAY, October 6th, 1877, Co
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following doscribed
real eetate: The one-balf of lot No.SK In
Jonathan Kane'a addition to the city of Wheeling.
The title Is believed to l? perfect, but 1 will convey
only the title veated In me by tald deed of th
trust by
Tkbus ok Salm?One*tbird caih, the balance in
cqusl luaUllmtntaatalx and twelve months, avl- lai
denced by nenotlable notes, the title to be retained La
until payment in full.
W. If. CALDWELL, Truatee. r
Vf. J. W. Cowdiw, Hollcltor. x
apt W. II. MaLtaa, Auctioneer.
AX AUCTION-TO THE TRADE. 1
J. M. Hartford, Wholerale Auctioneer, No. 109 J
Wood atrcet, Pittsburgh, I'a. Itegular auction of
Boota, Hhoca, Hit*, Cart, Carpets and Variety in
Oooda on Wednesday of each week, at 10*4 o'clock. <k
Mneclal aalee of BootsamS bboeson the first Monday .i,
or each month, at 10K o'clock. 1 carry the Isrgeit
stock of Boota and riboes in tho city and can Intemt
woat aoy cash dealer that will favor me ?.
with a call. Among thegoods offered in ray sales
la P. Ware, Jr., A Co., tttsrk A Co.. and New York
Boot and bhoe Co., Uaywood ilooti and many ?
other cflobratrd inantafacturc*. All Boota and ?
Shoes told In my ?!ea warranted perfect Caah /
advance* made on all hlndi of merchandise to be /
aold. J. M. HABTFOKD, I
aepll Wholeaale Auctioneer, 1'lttaburgh, Pa
ClOIt 8ALE? -
a.
Eightj cbolc? Building Iati on Wheeling Iilaud. _
Prleo from 1400 to fflHJ etrh. Only one-?lxth of ?
the purchjue money require*! in auh. The raid un
nmjr bo Mid innuilly iowv* equal ImtollmenU
with Interut.
Apply to JOHN P. UIIXJHRIbT
1*9 At Top Hill.
? c<
PLUMBINC .CAS FITTINC
Thompson & Hibberd,"
1.1U MurUot Street.
PLUJUBBRS, it
Gas and Steam Fitters, o
8,
?ABDBRASS
FOUNDERS.
BOLE AGENTS FOB
ni
SPRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE, '
?A*?- * 7(
KiiowIor' Steam Pump,
Dtaltrs <n iron, Lrad, Sexetr end Ftue JHpu, Gum
Hot*, Strain WhUltrj, Steam Gauga, and
att kindi & Fhmberi Good*. g(
Ravlngjaat removed to their new and commodious
quarters, 1314 Market street, with a lam stock
of tho newest and handsomest designs of Chando- te
Hera, Hnickel and Drop Llshts, and Extension
M Chandeliers In Bronia and Glass; the public are
respectfully lnviled to call and examine thrm.
Their tonds ai?all new. ocl yi
rpEIMBLE ft HOBNBBOOK, of
Plumbors, Gas and Steam Fitters, ci
el
Dealon In Lead, Inn, Galvanised,-8team, Water
and Drain Pipe*. Keep constantly on hand a Urgt
assortment Brass Goods, Steam and Water Ouagw,
Pninri and Gaa Fixtures. M
sot* Asurn roa war nnmu von Bl
com AN'8 CELEBRATED 6AS MACHINE.
SEND res OIBOULAS. JJ
1418 MARKKT ntftKT. WHKKUM, WEST VA.
Prompt attention glren to orders from a distance (e
fr
ia
To Iron Milli and Engine Builders,
Wo hire added to our PLUMBING and GAB
FITTING astabllihmcnt, a now and compleU . ^
BRASS FOUNDRY, m
and are sow prepared to maka all klndi of Ml
and Englno Bnua Ctutlnga at abort notice and oi ,,
tha vary bcatqualltjr. M
TBDIBLE & HOItNBBOOK, ft,
111 Ko. 1IIS Muktl mm
BOOT8 AND SHOES.
?t8TABUSHED IN 1837. Jj(
J. MKU0N VAMCK. | If. I. UDOUm. | A. G. WINCHItt
OB
VANCE, HUGHES & CO., *
SUOOI88OB8 TO
F<
VANCE & ADAMS and C. D.KNOX 4 CO. Jt
of
Uanufactnreri and Jobbers of wi
Boots and Shoes, ai
No. 1301 lain St.( Whiellnj, W.Vi. bl
J?8 ce
DDPONT'S ?
Wheeling Powder Agency, y
I hive it ill tlmeeln Magazine Urge nu
atook of the tbiv? celebrtted Powder, ob
viz: Rifle, Sportlag (la eant), BJaillng
..J UI-I I. _ 1 ...LI.L 1
nu miiihui in inviaiiw iiuuKnycB, Wflicn .
I will nil atwholMalaatmanuficturar'a J"'
prion. I hive Portible Migailgei of sh
different ilzea for hlpplna and will d?llv Sh
r frea an oin or boil. Thli Powdir '?
la unequalad In atnnglli and quality.
j?ll W. BBILI.Y. Mole AgmU 1
FSH-MACKEKEL, Noa. J. 2 and 8 I
Id Barrels, 1UU IkrrcU ami Kits. Lake Her- bm
I ring In Ball and Quart* BimU. Halt Water H?r}
rlDt Id Bunli ind Hill Bamlt In .lontnd ?l
MrVldbr ... M.BKIU.Y, Yc
manniumfauln.
TJROOMS-300 DOZEN FANCY, VA- j=!
ONT FOBOET IT,
OUT FORGET IT,
ON'T FOBOET IT
OKT FOBOET IT,
NEW STOCK BOOTS & SHOES,.
NKW bTOCK HOOTS A snOES
NEW STOCK BOOTS * SHOES'
NEW STOCK BOOTS * SHOES
OW BEADY,
OW BEADY,
OW BEADY,
OW BEADY
CHEAPER THAN EVEB
CHEAPER THAN EVEB
CHEAPER THAN EVEB
CHEAPER THAN EVEB
0 AND BEE THEM,
0 AND BEE THEM,
0 AND BEE THEM,
0 AND BEE THEM,
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY,
YOU CAN BAVK MONEY,
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY,
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY.
, T. STONE,
T. BTONE,
T. STONE,
T. BTONE.
1140 Main St., Hornbrook'a Block,
1140 Main St., Hornbrook'i Block,
1140 Main St., Hornbrook'a Block,
1140 Main St., Hornbrook'a Block.
ICpiO
1 A. WINGERTEB,
J' DEIVTIS1\
Bet and Bealdenoe, Ma 1067 Main Bt, oppodU
Union, Wheeling W. Tfc
MTNIt.'oai Oildk Uh and other Aunthetlu
mlnlitered. ayl?
BLUM&BRO.
1104 Main Street.
Our itock of FailQooda li now complete lo etenr
rpirtmcnt, and we respectfully submit the fof rln?
Barnloa for the consideration of thoee lo
irch of hew ?nd Fashionable Goods.
FOR THIS WEEK.
ISO Pieces of tha beat Prlnla at tMc.
100 Pi rets yard wide Chlntaee at 9c.
1( 0 Ilecra rxtraqualitr Blrachtd Miullo at 10c
1(0 Piecta fine Brown Mtulinat 8)^e.
DRESS GOODS.
Over 33 different atylea of 25e Dreea Goods.
Lupin's beat Colored Caahmerei at 75c.
Anendlest rirtety of Blick Cashuerea. Auitra
in irrpri, dike ixjiuuaxmot, macs nenneiu
9tb, at prices to iuIL
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS.
Co mo and Bay your? elves (bat 1. Blum i Bro.
or the cheapest Silks ever offered. We raesn
lint we mjt. Wo have a largo itock of Black and
ilored Silks at wonderful low prlcw.
Cloaks, Cloaks.
We display over 200 ityles, and manufacturing
em ourselves you willaave from 23 to 40 percent
buying your cloaks at Headquarters.
We have Bargaina for all. Our itock la very
?e. Our Htors ia open from 7 a. u. to 0i\ m.
dirt, be lure and glre ua a call,
. BLUM & BRO.,
HOI main Street.
*P-3
1EETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT
L PAIN.
During tbe eleven yearn I bare been practicing
Wheeling 1 have administered |aa to over seven
(iunarm prrsonn wiid rxRNlcr iupktY, and in
moat uvery case with entireMtlabution to myself
d patients.
We constantly keep on hands pnn Nitrous Oxide
is for those that desire to take it
DR. 8UKOIBON A BON,
nog No, IIP Market Bt
SATURDAY, OCT. O. 1877.
Kcw Advert iNeuients.
Religious Notice.
Stockholders' Meeting.
Parlor Furniture?Mendel, Booth &
3.
Proposals for Coal.
Gold Fish and Globes?Hutchins' Muc
and Art Store.
Watches?Oxtoby & Duffield.
Wanted?House.
Lict of Letters.
Tiiermometek Kkcord.?The followig
shows the range of the thermometer,
i observed at Schnepf'a drug store,
pera House corner, yeaterday:
i. u. 12 m. 3 p.m. 7 r. m.
m 5) 00 a 51
CfilSP October weather.
Temperance meeting at Ott'a Hall toght.
^
Two deeds of trust admitted to record
;sterday.
Pay-day at the South Wheeling (Haas
forks to-day.
Council Committees on Accounts and
:ales met at the City Building last night.
Onr marriage licenco wm issued yes*
rday by the Clerk of the County Court.
The hack which run between St. Clairs*
lie to Warnock's station has been taken
r.
The directors of the Nail City Boat
lub will meet next Monday evening and
ect officers.
The Wheeling Rifle Club will meet at
aj. Alderson's office this evening and
lont a constitution and by-laws.
A passekgeh car for the Washington &
raynesburg narrow gaage road was
ken oyer the Hempfield yesterday.
Tns Eastern mail train, due hero yes
ruay morning at 0 o'clock, was detained
Dm some cause, and did not arrive until i
at evening.
On Thursday evening a spring wagon
m rallied off at Charley Koch's saloon,
the Eighth Ward. Mm. Charles Husan
held the lucky ticket.
Tn* recovery ol Dr.T. F. Sullivan and
r. Ed. Price, both seriously hurt by
Us from buildings recently, is now con*
iered as extremely probable.
Profhietors of dams should nole the
iming of Fiah Commissioner White
ainst the continuance of dams which
mtruct the passage of fish or naviga>n.
_
JusticeSchultz on Thursday evening
lued a warrant for Mrs. Herman Koste,
i complaint of Raphael Happy, who
arges her with a disturbance of the
ace.
A festival is to be given in Martin's
srry on the 19th inat. for the benefit of
>hn Beaiel, who fell under the wheels
a train and was badly injured a few
rcno njju.
The Council Committee on Streets and
leys yesterday afternoon inspected the
ade of Main street, near the atone
idge, with a view to making some nersary
change*.
The labor cluba of the city are can*
wing for subscribers to a new 8unday
per, to be called the JI'Acrftnj Vfirkman,
lich will be issued when a sufficient
tnber of subscribers shall have been
tained to justify the enterprise.
Trial List tor To-day.?The followI
is the trial list for to-day in the
unty Court: John Wagner vs. D. B.
errard; L. Beck, appellee, vs. D. B
errard, appellant; G.B. Tingle, adminrator,
vs. J. C. Anderson; John Schum
vs. J. A. BeJlville* Isaac Smith, apIImi
*a. H A?lrU
tohmtlbach Zouavb.?The SchmulZmPaTea
htTi their new
p. They were ordered from New
irk through a H. Dinger, the well
own better. Their uniforms ere betas
Endk., the tailor, ud will ?xm
done. The oompjuay namberi eboat
ly men, end is progrewtag eoelj.
Thi Couan.?Count? CoxsKt?J*ip
Gorge B. ?o?4?In thla court jeitardaj
the following bualneaawaa transacted!
Bute (or oaeol E. Cowman n. E. Marling,
Jr., and J. A. Armstrong. In debt,
Jar j returned Into court purauant to adjournment.
Jury withdrawn and ionanit
entered.
Wheeling Wagon A Carriage Company
Ya. Bamuel Braden, certified br Justice
Wm. Phllllpe. Virdict (or defendant.
The (oilowing cam vera continued:
T. Moorehead A Bon Ta. W. Porter and
othara. certified br J. M. Unifier. Juitlce:
McClusky A Laramie vs. Jane Phillips,
certified by J. M. Bulger, Justice; State,
for uie, etc.. va. F. Bye and A. Henceman,
certified bj J. M. Bulger, Justice; J.
A. Carroll & Bro.,appellee, v?. W. A. McCoy;
appellant.
Adjourned to thii morning at 0 o'clock.
Police Coubt?Mayor Swetnty,
The following docket wai disposed ol
by Hia Honor yesterday morning:
Harry Smith, charged with assaulting
Thomas Lumford with a cowhide, was
fined $20 and costs.
The case against Thomas Feeney.
charged with abusive language towara
John Dolan, was continued until this afternoon.
_
Personal Points.?Mr.Geo. Q. Black,
the City Collector, has returned from a
visit to the Pittsburgh Exposition,
Mr. Moses Honnebnrn hu rnltirnMl
from a trip to Danville, Va.
fcCapt. Bfail, Annohnta is in Cincinnati
Mr. Bradj Morgan, pilot of tba steamer
Kitty Nye, is in the city. Ilia boat has
laid op at Parkeraburgon account of the
low water.
Mr. James Cunningham, jr.. propone*
to shortly visit Cameron, Grafton, Win*
cheater and other point* on the B. & ().
and Valley roads, in tbe interest of the
Murphy temperance movement.
Mr. h. J. Htone is away down in Massachusetts,
settling up the affairs of hi*
father'* estate.
Uncle John Boring and wife are at
I'ittaburgh viewing the Exposition.
Rev. J. F. Curtis will preach for the I
Reformed Episcopalians in Wiesel Hall |
(Odd Fellows'building) to-morrow morn- i
ing and evening. Their Sunday school I
is held in the morning at 0 o'clock in the
same place. i
Cool Weather.?The first cool weath* 1
er of fall is upon us. Summer has dis- \
appeared. People are thinking of stoves. ;
An eye of contrivance and plan is caat at |
time* toward* the empty grate. Win- ,
dow* so long opened are closed, and even j
chair* are hitched toward the place j
where the stove should stand. Folks and
flies hover in the kitchen, the warm glow |
of whose range conveys a long-forgotten i
sensation of comfort. The slighted ,
and neglected overcoat is once more |
a useful member of society. All
sort* of overcoats were abroad last night,
but chiefly old veteran overcoats with
faded collars and threadbare elbow*, suggestive
of hard times. Careful house- (
wive* yesterday disinterred last winter'*
clothing from tbe big camphorated trunk
and innpected it carefully with a view to
repair*. _
The Sae*qerburd.?We are informed
by our German friends that the Saen^erbund
project has not yet been abandoned
by the Singing Societies of this city. The
uci?j in cuecuBg an organization ib
caused by the failure of several societies
to respond to tie circular issued some
timo since by the Oermania 8ociety.
This delay, however, does not result
from any lack of interest in the mat- .
ter, but from the fact that the
societies in question do not meet during i
the summer months, and hence have had
no opportunity to give the matter their I
consideration. Now that the regular
meetings'.of .the societies have been re?um- 1
ed, it is probable that they will be heard 1
from at an early day. It is the intention, i
we believe, of calling a convention, after ;
the various societies have made their
views known, and effect an organization.
Sent Back to Belmont County.?Mr.
Michael Kotb, county commissioner from
Ritchie district, yesterday entered an in
iorranuou beiore Justice Mix, to the
effect that one Julia Eenline, who came
to the city from Belmontco.} Ohio., and ia
reputed to be in destitute circumstances,
waa cncienle, and in all probability -would
soon become a charge upon the countv if
permitted to remain here. As she had
not been a resident of the city for one
year, a warrant was issued to have her
taken to Belmont county, it being the
duty of the authorities there to provide
for her. _
Charged Wrrn Obtaining Goods
Under False Pretenses,?c. 0. McSwordB
yesterday entered an information
before Justice Wait, charging Henry
Stolley, a Fifth Ward grocer, with obtaining
goods under false pretenses. The
charge ia based on the sale of a quantity
of grapes made by McSwords to Stolley.
McSwords claiming that Stolley hod ;
agreed to give him a certain price fortho i
grapes, and after the fruit had been delivered
refused to pay the amount agreed I
upon, and fixed hia own price. The case I
will be investigated by the Justice.
Warrants Issued.?Clerk Darrab, of
the police court, yesterday issued tho following
warrants:
For Augusta Miller, who is charged by
Fire Warden Carpenter with having ne- i
glected to make the necessary alterations |
in ner premise*, alter being duly notified
in writing by the said Warden so to do.
For Henry 8tolley, charged by Officer (
John Baird with violating the lflth sec- |
tion of the city ordinance*, in exposing (
goods for sale on the sidewalk and occu* ,
pying more than three feet of the some. (
Parade op the Mathews LianT ,
Guakds.?About four o'clock yesterday ,
afternoon the Mathews Light Guards, ,
headed by Kramer's band, raarchcd over ,
to the Fair Grounds and went through ,
some military evolutions in the presence ,
of quite a crowd of ladies and gentlemen. ,
The boys are improving greatly in their ;
drill, and of oourse attracted a good deal j
of attention. Only some thirty or forty ,
were out, although the company has a j
membership of about seventy. Many of
them are engaged during the day, and tin- ,
| able to come out with the company. I
Carrywo the Mails Down the Riv? \
j er.?The Wheeling. Parkersburg & Cin- ,
I clnnati Transportation Company are ex- ,
perienclng no little difficulty in fulfilling ,
j their contract to carry the U. H. mails .
1 down the river. Only one steamer, the j
Tempest, in now running, the water being ]
too low for the larger packet*. Capt. j
Muhleman yesterday took the malls down ,
to Sunfish on the Tempest, and will take
them from thence to Marietta in a skiff, j
Boy Missino.?A boy named Joseph (
Manners, son of a widow residing on Wa- j
tor street, between 11th and 12tu Btreetn, (
haa been mining from his home since ,
Monday last. He was last seen on board \
the steamer Comfort, and may have lost t
his life by the explosion of that steamer ,
on Tuesday. The boy was about nineteen e
years old, but rather small for his age. t
Jack Bahhtob.?The members of the
Jack Bass Fishing Club returned last
evening from a trip to their camp on Big t
Wheeling Creek. A very pleasant time i
lit reported to have been had by them. ?
The amount of fbh caught was 10 large t
that "All Hot" and his mule were dis* (
patched for to go out and bring them in. a
+ m ? e
Contract Awardid.?The sis trus- ]
teeij have awarded the contract of furnish- l
ing the Gas Works with coal for the ensuing
year to the.Monitor Towboat Com- k
pany. The prioe ia 8J cents per bushel, j
which ia one.auarter of a cent Imr i?f
bushel than wu paid lut year.
- p
Mr J. II. Bkodh, contractor and boil* c
der. ?u awarded the entire contract for a
building the Tobacco Warehouse at Bel* tl
lain yesterday evening, the building to ?
be completed by the ffrat day o! April, e:
J 878. d
Tub Nail City Opruku.?The mv
boat houeo of the Kail City Club was
formally opened to the public lut night
with a reception and bail A large num.
ber of invited gueata were preieut, among
whom we notioed Hli Excellency Got.
Mathewa. Hia Honor Mayor Sweeney,
BherifF Tingle and wife, Lieut. Kan. Stalnaker,
the uoTernor'i private Secretary,
Prosecuting Attorney Jordan, Superintendent
Brown of the city gaa work*, City
Clerk Updegrair.ieTeral memb?ra of the
City Council, andaeprinklingof oaramen
from the other boat cluba of the city.
The houie, a complete description of
which waa recently published in this
ftaper, nu ueen neatly and cotnioiiauiv
urnlahed, and, brilliantly illuminated,
presented a very attractive appearance.
About half.paat 0 o'clock Mr. C. W.
Seabright called the assemblage to order,
and introduced Mr. D. L. Hubbard, local
editor of the Standard, who, on the part
of the club, made a brief apeech of wel*
come. Mayor Sweeney was next Intro*
duced, and apoke briefly upon (he grow*
ing Interest taken in athletic sporta in the
city, and complimented the Kail City
club for the cnterpriae they had ahown
in erecting for their own uie a handsome
and substantial building In which
to hold their meellnga and enjoy
themselves socially. Governor Mathews
next apoke, and opened bis re*
marks by saying that it appeared a little
singular to him that, although he had
never nanuieu an oar in ms iiie,ne suouiu
be called upon to make a speech to the
members of a boat club, lie then went
on to say that since hi* residence In the
city be had been engaged in informing
himself in the duties he had been called
upon to perform, and had not had an opportunity
of mingling with the citizens
as he should have liked, lie understood
that the club hnd a library, anil wiui glad
to Und that iliev combined intellectual
with muscular development. The presence
of so many ladies was also very gratifying
to him. showing as it did that the
members of the club realised the refining
and soltening influence of female society, i
Altogether, ilis Excellency expressed
himself as highly pleased with the progress
made by the club, and the objects
lo bo obtained by an association ot the
kind.
Mr.8eabright, who was master of ceremonies
for the evening, called upon
Ti??u t?. ? r i... j la_
iingioiui a ibw i ciunrni, nun inr.
ringle arose and expressed his surprise
that aiy one had expected him to ranke
a speech, as everybody ought to know
that speech-making wan not in his line.
And he sat down, his faco suflused with 1
blushes, the crowd applauding him
heartily.
There were numerous call* for "Seabright,"
and Charley rose and delivered 1
1 dissertation upon the propriety of the 1
Browd retiring to the relreshuicnt room 1
below Btairp, where he Raid the pious ;
would find seltzer and lemonade, and
if anybody wanted anything stronger
they could Ret?something atronger.
rhen he called upon them all to go down
stairs and take some seltrer, nnd himself
led the procession which was immediately
formed for that purpose.
After the oratorical exerci*cB dancing |
was resumed, and continued until a late
linnr Rillo nSret.'u ?!.? 1
music, which was of courco excellent. '
rhe success of the "opening" is in a great J
measure due to the energy displayed by ;
the committee, Messrs. Charles Hingell,
William Campbell, (ieorge W. Johnson,
Wm. 1'eterH and John Klevis, 1
Local Medical Society. ? Annual <
Meeting and Election of Ojficert La; I flight.
?We are proud to mention that among
the permanent county institutions of
which we can toast in *u County Medical
Society. .
For a Bericfl of yearn this organization
baa existed and exerted, and must continue
to exert, an inlluencein tho highest :
degree beneficial alike upon the medical 1
profession and the public at large. i
"While the primary objccts ofiits organization,
as we understand, are tho regulation
of tho practice, the generation of
fraternal feeling, the advancement
and elevation of the profession, it has at
the same time contributed largely to the i
formation of the health of the community,
the prevention of disease nnd the (
diffusion of medical, surgical and sanitary
knowledge. Laudable purposes these
when inspired, as the members are, by
the purest of motives, and having views
of the widest range of benelicencp.
Tlinrn fr..I 1
*mv.w .w? v u?? icguioi ?tiu
ular practitioners of medicine in the
city 01 Wheeling. Of the twenty-six phyBiciann
in the city who claim to be regular
practitioner*, twenty-four are members
of the Ohio County Medical Society.
During the past year, closing with
October, two worthy member*, Dr?. Bag- ,
uley and Cummins, havo been removed
by death; two members have been dropped
from the roll and live worthy members
have been added to the roll of membership
of the local Medical Society.
The ninth annual meeting of the Medical
Society of the City of Wheeling and
County of Ohio was held at the office of
Dr. John Frissell last evening, when the |
following gentlemen were elected officers
for the ensuing year to-wit:
President?W. J. Bates, Ren.
Vice President?L. D. Wilson.
Secretary?D. B. Ward.
Treasurer?J. C. Hupp.
Curator of Museum?D. B. Warcl.
Board of Censors?Drs. Friwell, IlilJreth
and Hazlett.
Tn* Comfort Calamity.?Capt.Thos.
Wilson, one of the Local Inspectors at 1
this port, who on Wednesday went down 1
[o ma Bcene 01 lite Comfort disaster and
jxamined the wreck, has returned to the
:ity. He informs ub that with the ex- ?
leption of the body of old Mr. Suppers, '
which was found on Wednesday near the
iceneof theexplosionjnoneof the bodies
of the unfortunate victims of the dis- .
Mter have been recovered, A number of :
men aro now at work getting the wreck ^
whore, in order to clear the deck and if
possible save what freight may be found
jnder the debris. The mate of the boat, 1
Mr. Neal Kirkbride, thinks that he may j
find the body of his brother, Capt, Math- ;
sw Kirkbride, underneath the mass of
jroken timbers which encumber the d<?ck. '
Capt. Wilson informs uiofone circumitanco
connected with the explosion that .
las not hitherto been published. There
prere three of the Kirkbride boys running (
>n the boat, in the respective capacities j
)f captain, mate and engineer. The '
nother of these boys was also on board 1
n the timo of the explosion, she having 1
jot on at Moundsville to go to her homo
itRiinfinli. Mm iri?bK.fll? >i?.
iurt, a* also did two of her soon, but i
3apt. Kirkbride, as has already been ,
itated, waa instantly killed. J
Capt, Wilson waa unable to find any
>ortion of the boiler, and the cause of
he explosion will in all probability foriver
remain a mystery. UoweTer.lt will t
>e duly investigated by the Local Inipec- t
on. The clerk and engineer of the boat
nil come up to the city to-day, and it is
ikely that the examination will be imnediately
commenced. It is impossible }
is yet to determine the actual damage i
uatatned by the boat. Until the wreck is
? ,n **hore, jt will not b? known whether
he hull will bo worth saving. (
Narrow Escape. ?Yesterday morning
1 colored man riding in a carriage came i
Flthin a few feet nf mrniiHino in with ft S
irat-cluM item. He tried to3rireacro?A J
he Hempfleld track at the corner of j
)hapline and 10th street*, in advance of c
n approaching train, and had not the f
ngineer stopped the train the darkey I
rould in all probability be as dead aa c
'haraoh. As it vac, the baggy waa struck i
y the engine and knocked considerably
ut of shape. The next time that darey
has occasion to cross a railioad track ]
e will give the iron horse a clear track, i
? ? ?
A delicate complexion ia beat com* t
ared to a blooming row; bnt when the 1
ountenanoeii disfigured with Blotches c
nd Pimples, like weeds in a rose-bed, c
be auflerer should promptly use Dr. i
toll's Blood Mixture, which quickly and t
ETectually eradicates such unsightly eri- 1
encea of impure blood. d*w. i
The Grand Opening at C. 1
Brnee'-lmmenM Crowd?nan
nlllceut UUplay.
The regular 1>11 opening of die norel
ties in dry goode it Ihe popular home o
C. T. firaei yeeterday. drew ont Ih
wealth and fubion ol the city. Thi
plendldatoreroomwai literally jammei
IromU o'clock in the afternoon until l?t
at night with ladlea and gentlemen, al
anxioua to catch a glimpaa of the nei
atylee and the beantuul arrangement f
goodi. Everybody wu delighted Ai
claimed that the dliplay yeaterday couli
not be aurpaued by any notise in the Weil
"Ob. I would'nt mile it lor the world I
we heard aeYeral dear creaturea re
mark ai they aurreyed the handiom
ciumks. inmci, ii iu a regular nonua;
nroong the fashionables. It would l>
hard to estimate how many hundrei
ladiei visited the itore during the day
but certainly the "Grand Opening!" a
Brues* are growing more attractive eacl
year. Mr. C. T. Brues fully sustained hi
reputation for excellent taste in arrana
ing and selecting dry good*. The fal
offering* in shawls and cloaks were neve
more varied and attractive, nor. we ma;
add, more reasonable in price. Th'
cloaks are all cut long, slightly to th
figure. One we noticed is of the nei
"Mousse" cloth, with trimmings a
darker brown velvet. The button
are large, Hat, polished horn ones, li
rliildrrni'd rlmlra lliadlinli* nnml
This house makes a specialty of black
ailks and velvets, and no house in the
West can show a belter assortment ii
trimming materials. Tho new "gnllooi
braid" is now all the rage and will llkel;
continue so for some time. But little usi
is made of fringes. Among the mos
ellegant cloaks this season ii the "mos;
beaver." It is entirely new and will be
come extremely popular.' It is a soft
thick fabric, very warm, yet light ii
weight. The favorite colors are grej
and brown. Thia material makes one o
the most tasteful outer garments evei
made. The styles in waterproofs thi
season are also new and beautiful.
The stockpf furs displayed at the open
ing was unusually large. Mink, ermini
and sable respectively rank next to sea
and beaver in price and demand. On ac
count of the decrease in the price of fun
Ibis season, it is believed that the salei
will be active. We havo not the spaci
or time to enumerate all the rich anc
rare attractions displayed to our view
but all lovers of rich goods will find i
feast on visiting the firm of C. T. Brues
and prices less than any house in tlu
city.
Benefit for tdjs 1\ibk Family.Manager
Hamilton has made arrange
tncnta with the Adah Richmond Burlesqui
Domnnnv to sivc an entertainment fo:
Ihe lienefitof the family of the late Thos
Kirk, who fell off the Washington Hal
building on Tuesday last and waa instant
ly killed. The benefit will take place 01
Monday evening, and twenty per cent o
the gross receipts will be given to Mrs
Kirk. A committee of prominent citi
sens will take charge of the receipts upo:
lhat night, whose duty it shall be to carr
out the plan proposed by Mr. Hamilton
rhisannouncementshould be sufficient ti
insure an overflowing house. It is sail
that Mr. Kirk left his family in deatituti
circumstances, and the amount realize*
from the benefit will no doubt be gladl;
welcomed by the widow.
Speaking of the Richmond company
and their engagement in Tittaburgh, thi
Leader of that city says:
The performance opened with the farce
"Our Baby," and was followed bv the tw?
act extravaganza, "Chow-Chow." Itia i
burlesque full of lun, local hits an<
laughable absurdities. It is appropriate
ly named, and is dramatic chow-chow o
a Grst-clasH order. The ainging generally
was One, and of a light order that please!
the audienco immensely, nearly all th<
ningcrs being encored. Julia Emmons
"Flewy Flewy" made a hit. She ia a uwee
nin&er.aa well aaaerraceful dancer. Adnl
Richmond'# performances db "Print*
Pretty Pill" wero pleasing and sprightly
but Pauline Markham'a singing was bad
ly marred in consequence of a seven
hoarseness. Miss Hone Temple as "Meflora"
created a favorable impression
and Mose Fiske and Maflin, in their reupectivo
characters, created plenty of fun
Wheeling Female College.?Thi
Female College of our city opened Sept
4th, with over ore hundred students
This fact proves that the institution ii
rapidly^gaining favor and popularity
with our people.
II. B. Ferguson, Bin., a graduate of Lei
University, an experienced teacher, anc
a rising lawyer of our city, has been added
to the Faculty. Mr.Ferguson is too wel
known in legal, social and literary cir
clesto need any word of ours in commendation
of so excellent an appointment.
Our citizenB should certainly feel
proud of the unprecedented success thai
their institution is making, and extern
to it every possible encouragement. Misi
A. Taylor, the Principal, iB not only r
lady ot rare educational and literary at
tainments. but an energetic and indefati
gable worker. She deserves great credii
for the manner in which she has built u;
the Wheeling Female College, as it hiu
nn envinhlft ronnt-ntlnn and wnt? mm***
the first schools of the land.
Hotel Personals.?The following are
n mo rig the late arrival at the leading
hotels:
St. James?H. L. Mooney, Ohio; C. II
Fairbanks, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Stamm?M. M. Knight, Quaker City:
John Dague and family, Washington, Pa
D. Shaller, West Alexander.
McLurt?Win. Pat ton and lady, Beaver,
Pa.; W. 0. Harrah, Columbus, 0.;
I. A. Ltbbey, Moundnville; J. W. Heve
ner, Buckhannon; Peter H. Morgan, Baltimore.
Riverside Rifle Practice.?messrs,
M. L. Chandler, Dr. Worthen, Auditor
Miller, P. B. Dobbins and J. C. Baker
yesterday went ont to the range used by
the Mathows Light Guards for a little
rifle practice. The shooting was done at
i distance of 200 yards, and Mr. M. L,
Chandler was the crack shot of the five.
This afternoon they will go out to Wal?
.era' range and shoot.
The cause of the trains from the Eul
>elng detained yesterday was a heavy
inow storm which prevailed Thursday
light, between the South Branch and Baf?
imore.lloodinc the track and doimrenn.
lidarablo damage along the line of the
road.
The temperance meeting at Oil's Hall
:his evening will be addressed by Messrs,
E, G. Cracraft, Wash. Baggs and others,
111 the hall needs to make it comfortable
bis winter is a big Burnside stove.
We heard l&at night that Denmarsh
vill early next week go into training in
his city, making his headquarters at
he SchulU boat house, and thatScharff
fvill train him.
The mercury got down to 51? above
lero last night. A little too cool for
tanging on the garden gate.
A SPECIAL meeting of Council has been
sailed for to-night. _
Tub "Baby's Bept Friend" is the most
ipnropriate title for Dr. Bull's Baby
Wrjipt It is absolutely free from Opium,
tfofphiaand other powerful agents, is
>erfeclly safe and reliable under all clrlumstauces,
and by allaying the usual
Uoraach and Bowel Disorders of Baby*
lood keeps the child from fretting and
trying, so injurious to itself and annoyng
to all. l'rice 25 cents. daw
Amoho the mny special advantages of
tlcLains Wheeling Pilla over any and
ill that contain mercury, is their perfect
afety; being entirely vegetable no particilar
care is required while using them,
rher are pleasant to take and their opiration
easy, jet they contain as much
athartic power as calomel pills, but do
lot produce the name constitutional disurbance
nor subject the taker to saliva,
ion, These we conceive to be greatadrantages.
BmmulBaboaim.?Ton pi?c?t French
Cuhmera, flfic, worth 9100. 1?
100 plaou uf atjrlea Finojr Drew
- Goodi, 10 to Mo.
r ik nt...u
IV vnvw uianiu 4i<iuunuKni
> Oood Black Hilk, worth $1 oO, for $100. _
? 600 plKM new aljrle ChlnlMf, 7jc. V
] SO pleoee Muilini, 8c.
e All other goodi at greatly reduoed
1 prlcea, Call won it
r JonH Roikzb's.
i
1 Shall Mdiiou IiRiumim.?Do Pre
1 not (orget the eale of theae arllolee it
I. Sheib'a Mailo Blore on Main Stmt.
" Great bargalna are obtained there every jy,
da/, and the aale laati bnt a few daya .
e longer. _
e Qnrra1 fine iboea ol the lateat atjlea .
J Junt received at L. V. Bloxd's.
Break down is Prices.?Drew Goods
i 3 cents, Black Kid Gloves 86 cent* and
Carpets as cheap as 15 cents. They have
to be sold to raise money now.
J.W.Ferrel.
just received, a lot of Children's Shoes
of the latest styles, at L. V. Blond's.
Good Black Kid Gloves for 35 cts., at f
J. W. Ferrel's. 6
The finest [shoes kept in the city at ?
L. V. Blonde. |
Down 1 Dow* 1 Down ? Another ?i
break down in prices of Dry Goods and
Carpets. Bound to sell at some price A
whether the mills run or not. Corner
Main and 20th streets. 1
J. W. Ferrel. 1
If you want to get suited in a pair of ~
shoes go to L. V. Blond's. p
Break down in prices of Dry Goods ^
and Carpets. Now is your time. Call ^
and price. Got to sell.
J. W. Ferrkl.
- Hop
The pheapest shoes in the city at ii
L. V. Blond's.
vumen I Uarpets I Carpets I It in a
* well nettled fact that the cheapest Car- -S
' pets and Dry Goods in the city are found t\
' at J. W. Fkbrkl's, JJ
Corner Main and 20th St. w
I 9 m call.
Tn* CnEAprar Roof is thi (jravel jjf
1 Hoof.?George Crumbacker, of this city. Cm
i is now fully prepared to put on gravel
5 roofs in the moit improved method, and ?
warrants hii work to give satisfaction, T>
both as to resisting fire and turning water. Jtl
The tar used Is put through a process J
that frees it from oil and benzole, and no
matter how great the heat, it will not
run. It is equally efficient in roofs of Oi
every conceivable pitch. Mr. Crumback- ni]
er keeps on hand roofing cement and cement
for tanks and sidewalks of the best "Tc
quality, which he oflers for sale at the u
lowest rates. This roof ha? stood fifteen
years in this city. '
Address me through the posloflice or 0
call at my establishment, head of t
Eighteenth and Woods streets.. All or- 2Li
ders promptly attended to. ?
Happv-tidino8 ior nervous sufferer* '
and those who have been dosed, drugged ?
and quacked. Pulvermacher's Electric
Belts effectually cure premature debility.
weakness and decay. Book and Jour- ,
nnlj with information worth thousands,
mailed free. Address Pulvermaciiek
uAiiVANic u>., uncinnau, unio. d?scw YY
; ?-?? a
i Enjoy Life.?What a truly beautiful
1 world we live in! Nature gives uh
grandeur of mountains, glens and oceans, rr
f and thousands of means for enjoyment, cue.
j We can desire no better when in perfect
I health; but how often do the mnjority of ~D
5 people feel like giving it up disheartened,
' discouraged and worried out with dit
sease, when there is no occasion for this
i feeling, as every sufferer can easily ob;
tain satisfactory proof that Green's Au;
gust Flower will make them as free from
. disease as when born. Dyspepsia and
3 Liver Complaint is the direct cause of (J
- seventy-five per cent of such maladies as ?*,
, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, n
Costiveness, .NervouB Prostration, Diz,
ziness of the Head, Palpitation of the
Heart, and other distressing symptoms,
j Three doses of August Flower will prove _on
. its wonderful effect. Sample bottles, 10
. cents. Trjr it. Sold by all tirst-claBs TO
! druggists in the United States, eodjtw *T
r ?????? Jolt
Itlvep Mew h.
I The marks last evening indicated 20 col
I inches, and swelling slightly. proa
j The Science has laid up at the foot of
Possum creek, and her crew has been T\7
discharged. She was unable to get up any * "
further. *
i The Tempest arrived and departed for
, Sunfisb, as usual. qqjc
I The Pone was due from Matamoras last
night, anu will return to-day. an
With the exception of the Tempest,
, there were no boats at the landing yes- TV
terday.
[ There are no Parkersburg packets
( running at present.
A dispatch received from Pittsburgh
yesterday by C. H. Booth & Son gives the No. 1
[ water as six inches, and rising slowly, flj
IBjr Telegraph.] m
Cincinnati, October!5.?River 3 feet C JL
r inches and rising. Weather clear and A
cool.
Cairo, October 5.?River 4 feet 4 in- Offia
ches and falling. Weather clear. Ar- p
rived?Hillman, Nashville; Polar Star, fln(i
| Camberland river; John P. Talle, New
OrleanB: 8t. Genevieve and Dora Cobler, T\
. EvanBvilIe. Departed?Polar Star, War- U
; ner, Tolle and Alice, St. Louis; St. Gene.
vieve, Vickaburg.
Vicksbubo, October 5.?Weather clear; uq
mercury 71?. Up?Phil. Allen. Down e'29
?R. E. Lee. Arrived?City of Vicka- rrr
. bnrg. I /
Evansville, October 5.?Weather
clear and cold; mercury 48 to 02?; wind A
north. River two feet and stationary.
i Down?Fashion, Florence Lee, Cooke.
; Up?John 8. Bransword. M.Smith,C. W.
, Anderson. Business light.' ?
Motrins, October 5.?River fallen 3
incheB; stands at 4 feet 1 inch. Weather C H
clear. Arrived?Katie" Hooper, Little
Rock. Departed?Tower, St, Louis; He- q
lena, Vicksburg.
Louisville, October 5.?Weather cool
and clear. River falling; 2 feet 1 inch in
canal.
Nahhvillr, October 5.?River Tallin*.
with 17 inches on ahoal*.
8t. Louis, October 6.?Arrived?ColoMal,
Weaton. Departed?Belle of Memphifl,
Memphis, River fell 2 inches.
Cloudy and cold. The Upper MissiBaippi
and Missouri rivers aro lower than for
20 years. There are 7 steamers and 11
barges either aground or not able to get
over the bar at Horae Tail, whero there
is but 4 feet scant.
New Orleans, October 5.?-No ar,
rrivals or departures. Clear and pleas*
ant,
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uxlly etltbraled/ur Bkitlclty, Durability and Jftmntu
<if Point. In 15 Nambert. sel
THE SPENCERIAN
STEEL PENS Ca
V Varieties tuiltd to etery ityle of writing. For >
tale by the Tradt generally. A SampkOarJ, ton- I
taining one each (Jthe Fifteen Numberi, by mtil, on I
receipt of 2i Cmti. . I
IVISON, BUKEMAN, TAYLOR A CO., II
rnylW 138and *40 Grind It.. New York.
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11
rOLMAN^IFvERlp/
upon tlio Liter, Sto
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Ft ft/ fc I vousness, Soiatica, 6
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I or'8l" "I0 Stoma
ir^S^ril ' not keep tlicm,add
8 Maiden Lano, New York, or 248 V
2.00; Special Pads, $3.00. J?-HO
?LASTERS act 04 if by mag
odyPlasters, 50 cent* each. ffirBo
10 original Uolman'a. jQTScnt by I
ROFE88IONAL CARDS.
IIAT11.E8 H. DERBY,
DKALU l!f
it, Twine, Oakum, Blocks, Tir, Pitch
nd Rciln, Gam ind Leather Belting,
Linn ud PoplarBroom Hondlii,
Fire Brick, Tile and Clay.
rfO 1815 MAIM STBEET.
ENTI8TBY.
adtlae ill thoee wanting Dentbtry done to
on DR. OA8MIBE, where they can bate teeth
icttd without the allgheit pain and new teeth
In not to be known from the natural teeth,
be worn with comfort and eaae. All awe
anted. Office?No. 42 Fourteenth atreet, corMarket
Jel8
OBEET WHITE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WHEELING, W. VA.
rric*?Attorney General'a Ofllcr, Capitol.
[?
HN J. JACOB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
uiuc iu i topic o nana nuiiumg, corner
fnln and Twelfth htreeta. ap6
DALLAS EWINO,
rTORNEY AT LAW,
No. M Twelfth St.,
WHEELING, W.VA.
r J. W. COWDEN,
Uorncy nt JL a w.
Offico?No. 1222 CnAPLIHJt St.,
WHEELINO, W. VA.
cmpt attention to all busJneM rntruatcd to my
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H. COCIIIIAN,
attorney at Law.
1220 CHAPLIXB Street,
I WHEELING, W. VA.
C. OLMSTED, M. D.,
DMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
OfnCB? No. 66 FOTftTKXBTH Sr.
WHEELINO, W. VA. ,
l<xi llourt?8 to 10 A. M. 1 to 8 P. m; Jh2 '
ILLIAM PHILIPS,
let of (ha Peace & Real Estate Agent,
No, CO Twiorrn Br., Whkkumo.
lections ol all kinds made *nd prowcda
ipily remitted. j>8
M. H. II EARN E,
TTORNEY AT LAW.
e willi Daniel Lamb, No. 1318 Market
Street. Office up stain.
30
LNIEL LAMB,
ATTORNEY AT UW,
1318 Market Street, (over City Bank,)
I Wheeling, W. Vs.
J. HITQUS,
.ttornoy at Law.
T1 T-.-J/Il tu...? i *? %w
? it iwujui otTtct, rrnrcany, tY, I'fl. I
notices in the Courts of Ohio, Marshall
Tyler conn tie a, W. Va. nov!7
ANIEL PECK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A Chapline Street, Wheeling, W. Va,
NCH A THOMPSON,
TT0RNEY8 AT LAW,
1205 ClJAFXJHK BTKKKT.
uu No. 1 Odd Fellows' BulHIng?up itslra.
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5 GENTS!
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TRAVELING BASKETS,
FANCY VASES,
BRACKETS,
WALL POCKETS, i
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FINE CHAMBER 8ETS,
TIN BUCKETS,
WASH BOWL AND PITCHES,
All for 05c, can be bought at
OHN FRIEDEL'8,
1130 Maw Strekt.
5
BUILDING.
irpenter& Builder
J.1IULEY.
eciftl attention given to Hoofing and
HTork.
rth Whcelinff fihnn urn! nffino nfft 1
;et St. Eait meeting Shop, Allej E,
een 14th and 15th Sti. Ueiidenoe, 51
enth street.
^?
Y YODE DOQ COIXAES ;AT }
T VA. 8TENCIL AND SEAL WORKS,
Ho. 1731 Mirtet Strut.
6 only place in the city where you can
?o name itampcd on the collan. je20
CROCERIES.
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ipi, mot, riour, meiti, 4o., 4C
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n St.i 'Wlioeltnir, w. va.
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MSW * and a prompt and radical
; alio, Neuralgia, Hhoumatiini, Nerpinat
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Those and many mora have their
ch and Liver. If your druggUta do
rcu Holman Liver Fad Company,
f. Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0. Prico
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lo. Foot Plasters, 60 Conta a pair;
vvaro of imitationi. Tako none but
I ail on rcceipt of prlco, poatago frea
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Cor. Main ft Fourteenth Sti.,
A NEW STOCK OP
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Casslmeres,
Vestlngs, and
n... a.
wurcoaungs,
?FOR?
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We invite the public to call and tinmine
our stock, feeling assured we can offer ?u
pcrlor inducement*.
C. HESS & SON.
8epl4
NEW GOODS!
In All the Latest and Most
Desirable Styles for
Fall & Winter
Now in Stock at the
FASHIONABLE
MERCHANT TAILORING
ESTABLISHMENT
-OFThos.
Hughes & Co.
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H. LINCEN,
1220 Market Street,
MERE DOOIB BELOW HcLUHE HUMS
MERCHANT TAILOR.
I take pleaaure in informing my
ners, and the public in general, that my
FALL & WINTER STOCK
now in store, with the adJItion every
veekol audi noveltiea aa may be Kroogbt
mt
Gentlemen will find in ray esUblifchwent
svery thing that is new, stylish ordeiirable
n material, both of Home and Forri.en
nakc, and at pricea to auit the timw.
I will make up to measure heavy *?ifM
ill wool Suita from $20 00 upward*, wrbich
n cut, workmanship and trimmings ili??
lot bo excelled.
From my long experience in the Inline*'
loing my own cutting, selling my own
;ooda and buying exclusively for <wh,
ixpcn es are at the lowest point, and can
ind do aell at the lowest figure.
I am closing out ray entire stock of FUB*
MHHWU UOUD3 at and UCiow <v...
llicontinue that branch of boiineM.
EI. LINGER
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rOBACCOS.?I HAVE OS
a full 11m of Tobaccos from the "JiV
Jidorii* In tbo country. lndadlof UjjWJc,
Inter llroa., llolbrook'. Monitor N?'7.
lolhmok'a Nary, Hoo?r Hudaoa, J; & Jg*
tkhuond: J. B. W?|DM^ Va.iB;
r and others. I can larnUh fl] style* ??"
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