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Iirtle, Slate & Iron Mantlet:
Ccnoot UrtiM, TUe and all kind* ol
Timi Cotu goodi,
Qihnniitd Iron Work ind Tin
Merm with a coitpumt At
' SORT VEST OF
^ flow Forniibing Goodi, W? call
rpecitl Mention to the
frriui Mlttor Shaking Grate.
fit out complete Grate la th* market.
luub***n io operation In Mr. Frank
fyo'iiatreeidenoe on the bland. Call
6ftlWl 1511 Miln St., sear B. t o.
ft R. Depot.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
R. H. SWEENEY,
MdlUwU. ill [.????
wan. Arcbd, Gr*t??, F?ml?r? "nil
STOVEANO TIN REPAIRS.
? jo, 52 Eleventh Slr?(.
We bate remote our
OFFICE AND SALESROOM
To our Worki,
Cor. Fourth and Main Sts.,
HI ?rden left at OTT A CO'3, corner
mrkit isd Twelfth Streets, will receive |
Pirtlei willing the
latheBArket,?ill do well to call and see ui. |
JOSEPH BELL & CO.,
ARLINGTON SIOVE WORKS.
I n L Bonroto, PrwU 0*0. Ada ma, Cuh'r.
BANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY
Soccmht to the
nin IAT10NJLL B1?I OF WHKKL1H0.
ftk Beak li arganlied and prtptru) to tnuiMCt
fcttiMaol bmklnf tu all fa JbIaIIa.
Uw*di IIwKlntN.tional Had*ol Whaling,
"7 U>* bw ihAnhoJdm ad J li under tbe
?J artfully r*ariln? the tntrntu ol IU Car*
?JJfctu tod bepcaton, iod b? t prompt tod
?Mil ixmiUeo of iheir *Uhee, ft hope* to merit
?ti?a and confidence
jUartManudt oo ill poloti throughout the
Mtlooostt irablm to check at tight n
2ibfcr5uSjf FUnu' Corporitiont
? lmt^ p,y,We 00 d,mtn<1
?wwtlmioe SpecUl Depotita.
u- _ . , DtaicroM:
I Wa. B. Mmpton,
IitSf* Jfn. A. Turtw,
Ima/S' John L ilobU,
taM* 0. C. Oewej.
J"rT>LHr?W- I DTll-dAV
1 ^ Hkiit w. Lot.
Bank of Wheeling,
wheeung, w. va.
?<Wk jbum, aiTudam.
" S?TO1 DfpoilU.
??UKl, ?? C lwt, IMtat
?^SSMj^lWlIm Cunin. )M>
'** rm'k SiX't Umiui, V. p.
^ Iwuwol IU Kit.
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. im and Ull lUla 8t
J DST. BECEIVBD?
C. Hess & Son's,
Cor. Main & Fourteenth 8ti.,
A NEW STOCK OF
SPRIN6& SUMMER WEAR
?all wool knit jackets.
J0-KEN AND BOYS' 80ITS HADE
TO OBDER, la IjtMt Stylet and at Lowmi
Price., anil a ptrfeot fit gnarantMd.
FULL LINE OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
WHITE BHIBTB MADE TO ORDER.
We invite the public to call and examine
oar itook, feeling assured we can offer an
C. HESS & SON.
Why Should I Buy My
Clothing from Thos.'
Hughes & Co ?
lit. Became they buy in large quanti
ties, have unequaled facilities for buying,
aud, therefore, can afford to sell for leaa
tian those not having auch advantages.
2d. They have a large corps of FIBBT
CLASS CtJTTEBS, and you are more cer
tain to get a good fit there than elsewhere.
3d. They sell only for cash, and do not
charge you anything for losses they would
have to sustain if they were doing a credit
Now is tbe time to buy, as.the
Is received, and you can get first choice
by ;calling early.
THOS. HUGHES & CO.
Corner; TwelMli ?n<l Water in
KNOWN PAR AMD WIDE FOR
, ITS WONDERFUL VIRTUES.
Thousands of victims of 8crofo'a. Rheumatlo
patient* who ha*e cut Mid* tbeir crutches:
sufferer* from syphilitic taint an mercurlcsl
poltoa, til ov?r the lend, be*r witness of iu
The eeet of these dlsaaaea la In tht blood,
and Impure blood owe* unhealthy aecre
tlon, which develop Eruptions of the Skin;
Bore Byte, foul .Dischargee from the Note,
Bars ?ad Womb; White Swelling!; Scald
hendi NlghtSweaf, Whttaa; Sallow Core?
plcxion; Kidney Dlaeaac; Nocturnal Emi?
alone, end ? long tralnof direful Hie. ^
DR. TUTTS SARSAPARILLA
It ? consentreted extract of the curative proper*
Ut* of root* and herb* which action'.the blood,
coming in direct contact with the germ of dls
mmi, extending iU Inflnencc to every part of
the system. It la a powerful alterative,
A RENOVATOR OF THE BODY,
Under Ita Influence the eye# *roar sparkling,
th* complexion clear, and unsightly blotchee
iui>i|in vi in?.
TO THE LADIES.
If 70U are suffering from what la familiarly
known as "Female Weaknese,,., useTtrrr'e Saua
ruiLu ajto Qrn*'s Dujobt. It will cure Uu
corrhosa, Spennaterrhffe, and other foul dis
charges, when all othermedictoa fail*.
Sold by DnigY>sU. Price. SI a bottle or six for
??. H?nt by ?Inreae on receipt of price.
OFFICE. S? Murray 8tret,New Torlu
AIM tVOWH AM
Okie's, Halt's and Bird's,
IT BT TH?
Yale Lock Mfg. Co.
hott b. Town, Free.
Hold the Load enspeoded at
Enable one man to do the work
of four or At*.
mTetur^ScrofuuTVI"". ???? Pu?plee(M
^xxvi. al I.DUowd dUurt yield te Us wonder
f tx. ????<?<* ?i ^
IK YODB OWN BOOM fer Se.
Nature's true remdy for Nervous
and DebUltatlng ma lad lee, Intricate
?kin Dleeasee, Asthma, Catsrrh,
Rheumatism, Alcoho.iem. and all
FOHIAHLBTUMKISH BATH COMPANY, 68
K. Fourth street, Cincinnati. O. ?pl
MtnUls and On lee art la la teat Improved ttjhr,
bad Chimney draughts rsgulaled and improved;
Paving and Bricklaying In all its parts promptly
and neatly attendea to by
HAMILTON & MoGRANAHAN,
Noe. ill FirTEMTM Btnar and 7? Mimr Sr.
CBOQDBT, BASB BALLS AND BATS,
TOTS AND FANCT 000DH,
At BoUmb Prlcea, at
O. O. GENTHER'8,
Jei? 1067 Maw tiun.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
By mail, in advance, pottage pre-paid.
Om jeer If 001 Three months??1 00
filx tnoolhi............ 4 (01 Om month?..? 78
DeUieeedbjCerrteri In City and Suburbs at 15 centa
By mail, in adtanei, pettog* yrt-yiUL
Om fl 001 Biz months 11 60
By 9%aii, fa advent*, podogt prt-paid.
Om ya%r?... 91 so | Six month*. 91 00
in dub* of Ats... ....|1 40 each.
In data of ton....?........... 11& each.
In *lubs of twenty-^. 1 10 each.
In ciube of twenty-flve 1 00 each.
Sample coplea of either edition of the Iitilli
sncu test tm on application.
Irtrtraea all communicatlona to
*KKW A CAMPBELL.
WheaUng, W. va.
The/ DIkcdm the MitotUon.
[Pinow; Ananias and Sipphtra. Place: Con
lulate in warm climate. Time: This morn*
ing Juat after the Are waa atirred op ]
O,how our trade bu fljurUned, An
An.-ifi? v,h,dItk1k*f hrootht ?" h? to fry na
Auaiu: Ym, Witt, jl hu; j? f?l i10 humliji,
w!i!?S*?,dln? "Of h"1 ?Wlltj;
i iJ. .vil "<>? ?*"' ho. to doli
lij? * ' to it,
f.pphln; I'.t w.onlr uled tokt.pi IncUao
Jif monar trom that r*il estiir tnoMctJon.
Thia modern 1-ar la an injtltutlcn
The fruit of centurieaof evolution,
Ananiaj For thia trifling btulMaa peccadillo
ajfjo*'11 Ml1 waolh#red 00 14141 '^P^nr
While r, a thousand yiara, or ruch a matter,
Hav^aat and amoked upon thia red-hot pJat
Mipphlra: it'makes me mad to aee how moriala
Thefl7tSffi,t ^1Ujl' tnd h0W the Iltri
The urn jit are our lineal autceaaora?
4??/P^,l.^#c,'cw, V we" M lb* Profrteora.
Aoanfai. i hen the flve-?tory Vanderhlit aetec- I
Sapphlru YmJ They are candldatee for these cor
We come In contact with?
Ananlaa: Weemiand atan Petera
Were aa hiatoriana very reckleu creeterr
it en tboio were Hennepin and Victor I
Arb?cr?, MaodebiUe, and Marco Polo,
tauntCagUoatro. Cortex, anj Munrhauaer,
And tmae old fdlowi?1 might name a thou
Left-handed fame has pickled many had'
But O. MphI, the thing that rllea and mad
Sappbira:?i*. An?and that'a what's mado mo
The apectacle that B.ooklyo baa preaented. I
Auanl?a: That Voaburgh caae, too. I
dtpphlraj xea, it'a mean aa plaon;
Thei Jury <Hd know who to fl* tbaiiesoi.!
Ananias: 'lhej're atuplJ. Ai they nerer read the I
Merdadij bec'ouda them In lta vapors.
Ananlaa: S^^U.e dead-beata that tatif/ for |
Sappbira: Tuey thcuU a?t where Ufa hot aa thia,
A"nUa; Or hotter!
Ananlaa: But Amlirson'stheduffei!
it's he that makea our reputation suffer,
Sapphire: He awtara helltd, and then lire* on un
lQltd!d.?f dr0/plDg rigbt dowo dead M wo
Ananiai: You won't catch him committing Kari
Sapphira: He'd rather atump the Wert for Harry
Cary. Ha-ha. he-no! 7
Ananlaa t Not Harry &pb,'tla Sammy.
Sapphra: lihomht'twaaUncle 'iiitSen that wu
inaniaa: llhr ahama avail him not?Aiaa, poor
8apphlra: raaa me that fan, there'a quite too much
Ananlaa: Well, her*** the fan?and much rood
may it do you.
With that confounded pillow faatened to you!
Sappbira: Never you mind; return we to our mut
Ananlaa: 1 bat liar, Anderaon?why, darn hla
He aweara he (old the truth when he waa
He Hod, Hie tin when formerly doclarlog
He toW the truth when laying be was lying! I
Alo t that a mix-up aU our arta defying 1
Don't that knock the axka right off from
our endearorf I
.Now, did joueveraeeauch IleaT
Sappbira: I nerer!
Ananlaa: Why, by the aide of Anderaon'a narra
Our wordi were innocent prerailcat'on !
capphira: You bot 1 Compxred with auch a vil
Oar hoax abjui the land waa mere hyper
Ananlaa: Juat to. You're whooping up the truth
_ for certain,
We've got to hide our heada behind a car
That Anderrao muat be, if I'm unbiased,
3 he moat accompliahed. compllcitod licit
That honors a frlend'a name enough to I
?volt ? i
And foroe it loa crooked affl'avit.
rapphira. A ahame to ua thia raiuircan out-lie nal I
. . you? a?bluih about you. Ananlu?
Ludfer(enterinj by a trap-door]: Out! Out of
Oorrat by cooling wateri;
Too^long ye have monopolized these quir
A quite aunertor being aoon will meet joo?
a fallow who can give vou aix and beat jou.
Ye are delhrontd, dlatrowued I Knocked
Lo l^your auceeaaor falling thrmgh thedn
Hew.ara the champion belt, and bears a
In?cr I bed In red "J. A ? T.oulalanner."
Oh, huah 1 stop whimpering?taike your traps I
and paddii; I
daddl?l?r* 00' 0,1 01,1 of hen 1 fck#_ I
? W.A. C. in/tne York OnjAie.
OUR WELLSBURG LETTER.
WKLLfianso. June 24.
Saturday and8unday man/ of our citi
zens opened op their fire places and built
fires for comfort.
Therein more white clover this seuon
than usual. Good time for hone/ beea.
E. A. Frost, druggist opposite the Court
House, has one of the finest fuchias in
bis store that it has ever been our pleas
ure to look upon. Its branches are 12
[ feet high, 10 feet wide, one and one half
inches in diameter at the butt, 5 vears
old. estimated to have upwards of 3,000
buds and bloom at this time.
Edison's phonograph was onehxibilion
here two or three days in the early part
of last week.
The potato bug is in hia glory. A*
usual he keeps away from paris green. A
green louse or bug has worsted the cur
rant bushe* and is trying the hop vine*;
alto has made its appearance on the po
tatoes. Grapes in town will bo a good
Our prophet friend Is at our elbow and
gives us the following predictions: There
will be plenty of food for all at low prices
this year. In 1879 times will improve.
The 40th Congress will be an improve
ment upon the 45th. (If it is not, then
let the nation seek God in prayer.) There
will be no railroad strikes by genuine
railroadmen. Communism will rapidlv
die out. Routing ears, watermelons and
oysters will all return in season if you
butbe patient and hurry not. Thing*
will go on about u usual in this country
and probably a little better tban in the
put, if you will only lay aside a little of
your selfishneu and endeavor to do some
good for vour fellow crcaturta. Till we
come again, peace be with you.
Here our prophetic friend departed,
leaving ua to hunt up the next item.
The M. P. Church hu been greatly im
proved by a coat of paint on the outside.
The ladies of the M. E. Church lately
held a strawberry festival, the proceeds
to be used to clean the church. They
concluded to go to work and clean the
church themselves and use the money to
buy new chandeliers. They now propose
to hold a festival, the proceeds to go to
wards renovating and beautifying the
buement of the church. They would
prefer to abolish festivals altogether if
they could obtain sufficient funds other
wise. G. B. C.
CormpoodsDC* of the Intclllgcnccr:
The Greenback excitement hu notytt
reached Taylor. Numerous candidates
are in the field for the petty offioea, and
the County Conventions promise to be
lively. John W. Muon is prominently
mentioned for Congreuional honors. Col.
Muon would make perhaps the strongest
candidate of any man in the\Hstrict, be
wu a fearless soldier during the war, ia
now one of the finest lawyerain the State
and a gentleman in every way qualified
to fill the office with honor to himself
and the State.
Thx county Constables complain of
nothing to do but wear out aboe leather
Dog* and KtaMp.
From the Richmond Dbpstch.
We rather think this will be m inter
esting article to aheep-raisera, and should
be to the owners of doga; bat they may
hare grown Indifferent to the aobjsct of
aheep killing dog* lince they hare learn
ed that their votea are a complete protect
ion In ademagogical Legislature againit
the passage of lawa to put a atop to the
ravages of dogi against the flocks. Kern-1
tbeless, ahould what we are about to say |
attract the attention of the people suffici
ently to revive the queation, with aome
proapect of legislative action, the com
munity of dog-owners, if not the dogs
themselves, will soon show aome concern
upon the subject.
We find in that excellent sporting
paper, Forut and Stream (of New York),
of the 6th inst., an article upon the dog.
It is an analysis of a paper read by Dr.
Alexander Hadden, of New York, before
a meeting of a section of the American
Institute. We gather from this analyaia
aome interesting facta, and an account of
a theory put forth by the Doctor that is
The Doctor saya that the principal
cause that lowers the dog in the estimat
ion of man ia hydrophobia. He shows
how slight ia the danger from this cause
in stating that in a population of over 40,?
000,000 there were in 1870 333,100 deaths,
of which only sixty-three were at
tributed-to hydrophobia. Out of 28,729
deaths in New York city in 1874 only five
are attributed to hydrophobia. In 1876,
out of 30,709, _none to hvdrophobia.
During twenty.five years ending in 1872,
there were in England aud Wales 11,221,
742 deaths, 373 of which were attributed
to hydrophobia; a mortality which the
Doctor thinks entirely too small to justify
"the persecution now carried on against"
the "loving servant of mankind," the
But the Doctor finds less ground for
sympathy with the canines when he comes
to consider their depredations upon
flocks. In 373 counties of 23 Slates dogs
killed in 1865 77,854 sheep. The whole
number killed in the United 8tates dur
ing the same period was estimated at 500,-1
000, and the loss to wool-growera was
| estimated at $2,000,000.
^ Since that year no estimation ban been
given, but it is believed that the ravages
' of the dogs have not at all lessened.
1 The Doctor thinks that generally dogs
are not stimulated to sheep-killing by
hunger, but do it out of wild mischief.
The habit, be supposes, is a remaining
vice of the dog's wild nature. He assails
the flocks seldom alone, but with com
pany, and, sometimes in packs. Dogs
sometimes gather about the neighborhood
before the attack, and the number present
seems to stimulate the disposition for
murder, and they sweep the field in their
The doctor makes the striking remark
that the slut'never attacks sheep?a
statement we never saw before, and one
that can be readily controverted if not
Doctor Hadden saya thet the long as
sociation of the dog with human society
renders the possibility of hie being cast
off exceedingly improbable. Therefore
be earnestly presents bis theory as one
i that may eradicate the dog's tendency to
sheep killing and greatly diminish his
liability to hydrophobia. He proposes
the castration of dogs as a way to end
j sheep-killing and a variety of canine
I evils. This operation will break up the
disposition to aaaociation with dogs, and
to concoct the murderous visits to the
sheep-fold. The dog's attachments to his
master and his home are thereafter never
interrupted by savsge expeditions.
The Doctor tried the effect of his plan
upon a mongrel. He made a faithful and
handsome watchdog, and throwed up his
disposition to run with other dogs. He
did not crow fat and sluggish, but re
mained nright, active, and docile. A
shepherd dog and a rat-terrier were ex
perimented upon with the best results.
Usefulness was not diminished in either,
and both were docile, faithful, and effici
ent, and the Doctor declares that it ia bia
opinion that if all doga that run at large
were altered the ravages on fiocka of sheep
would cease altogether.
He states that the horse, the bull, and
the ram become more docile and useful
by the operation. The altered dog be
comes a less objectionable house pet and
far superior to the slat. He becomes a
more reliable guard because less liable
to be drawn off by other dogs, and like
the castrated cat, lives to be useful to a
An interesting point in the Doctor's
theory is that castration would render
the dog less liable to hydrophobia. In
deed, that disease Is probably more often
engendered by the faating and rage in
running in companies than anything else.
He thinks it is practicable thus nearly
to put an end to the two great objections
The Doctor's objections are eminenntly
worthy of public consideration. If there
is any one thing more peculiarly horri
ble than hydrophobia we do not think of
it now. Notwithstanding the small num
. ber of deaths from that madness, nothing
more excites the community than the cry
1 of " mad dog." If the Doctor is right
I that the operation advised by him will
j probably put an end to hydrophobia, tt
would be a benefaction to mankind.
But when we add to this the abolition
of the ravages of flocks by dogs the ben
efaction becomes twofold and immensely
great. Then there is the domestic and
social benefits of converting the dog into
a well behaved as well as uieful animal,
relieving aociety of many revolting
thibgs and scenes which have annoyed
people beyond measure.
Out of these suggestions cannot the
people and the law makers establish a
platform for the securing of the blessing
of protection against the two great evils
of dogs? A friend suggests that in addi
tion to any provision of law that might
be agreed upon there might be a license
tax upon breeding dogs that would es
tablish a value for them. Thus only de
sirable bloods would be propagated, and
society still further protected from dog
The aubject ia one of immense impor.
tance. The loaa of more than $2,000,
000 (a low eatimate) from the ravages of
dogs in one year in the United States is
what we are sure the nation will not long
endure, and the best way to put a stop to
it Is what is a necessity of the day.
Diet for Increaalag or Dcereaalng |
UIm JuDst Corsos.
The pbyaical condition! of obeaity and
leanneu are generally conititational,
and often hereditary; and, while thej are
auaccpiible of modification, they can
never be wholly overcome.
The province of fat in the sjatem ia
important; it ia eaaential to the perfect
development of the brain and nervoua
ayatem; and if, it doea not actually enter
into the compoaitipn of the muacmar tia
aue, it filla all their interaticea and acta
aa a lubricating agent for the complica*
ted human machinery. It ia alaoooeof
the chief reapiratory agents, and aida
largely in keeping the temperature of the
body at the proper point; undue depriva*
tionof it often producea conaumptive,
and ao called icrofuloua disorder* of the
ayatem; on the other hand an ezoeaaive
u?e of fatty food ia apt to cauae indigea
t ion and bilibuineaa. But it ia more of*
ten adviaabla to iocreaae ita propprtion
raher than diminiah it, unleaa itaezceaa
in a phyaical burden. If any modifica
tion is attempted, the affects ahould be
moat carefully noted; attention ahould be
paid to the ,'regular performance of all
natural functiona; plenty of open air ex*
erclae ahould be taken, and the Turkiab
bath employed once or twioe a week, to*
gether with a daily aponra bath of aalt
and water, aocompanied by aotire fric
Obeaity dependa not only upon the'
quantity of fat present in the tiaauea, but
alao upon their capacity for retaining flu*
Ida: and tbereforsli a diminution of fleah'
ia deairable we maat reatrict the diet; we
muit decrease the aopply of fluida to the
,j.Um and bcr.? .Unction.
all food and drink most be cboMn with a
direct reference to their physical effects,
and they must be used in quantities suffi
dent only to meet absolute requirement*,
i and not to afford reserve store of vitality.
The greatest care must be taken lest the
supply be diminished so rapidly ai to re*
duce the syatem too suddenly; and in or
dinary cues a change of diet will serve
the purpose better than any excessive de
crease in the quantity of food.
Thia change of diet ahould be made in
accordance with the accepted claaaifica
Uon of foods into the nitrogenous, or
flesh-forming, carbonaceous,or heat-ma
fooSs Pbosphatic, or brain and nerve
The elements to be avoided are the heat
foods, auch as milk,fresh while bread,po
tatoes, leguminous vegetables, vegetable
and animal oila and fats, and all forma
of sugar. The quantity of drink ahould
be limited and what is taken should con
?iat of moderately cool water, or some
wine and water, and weak tea. Lean
meat and and game may be used daily;
green vegetable?, auch as onions, cabbage,
spinach, lettuce and celery, may be mod
erately used. Beets, parsnips, corn, car
rots and sweet fruits are undesirable on
account of the excess of sugar which they
contain. Eggs may vbe uaed if desired.
Dry bread and toast should entirely re
place fresh bread.
Following is a modified specimen diet
ary for decreasing flesh:
Breakfatl.?Half a pint of tea with not
more than two tablespoonfula of milk,
and verv little augar, one or two boiled
or poached eggs; two ounces each of lean
meat, and toast or dry bread.
Dinner.?Half a pint of soup made
from lean meat and green vegetables, aa
indicated abovo, with all the fat careful
ly removed during its preparation; quar
ter of a pound each of lean meat and
vcgatablee; two ounce* each of
plain boiled potatoes or maccaroon, and
toast of stale bread; half a pint of mod-|
erately cool water, one gill of light wine,
or one glass of table beer; plain puddings, i
made without milk (such as roley-poley)
and plain boiled milk, may be used
when the diet is not vigorous.
Supper.?This meal should be light,
consisting of half a pint of tea, two
ounces each of dry toaat and meat, and
an ounce of cheeae.
If the appetite craves more than the
above quamtites, the bread, green vege*
tables, and lean meat may be Increased.
In any case the above diet is only ap
proximate, and must be modified by
season, climate, and personal idiosyn
The chief point is that the change or
limitation of nutriment should not im
pair the general health; and, consequent
ly it should be made under the supervis*
ion of a physician cogniiant of all per
sonal physical characteristics. Neither
curiosity or fancy should find indulgence
at the expense of general health.
I have submitted these food facts to you
with the hope that thev may be useful in
indicating an outline of the application of
definite alimentary constituents to the
physical condition to which they are
suited. In one brief lecture it is impossi
ble to do^more than to suggest possibil
ities which every professional worker
must apply in person to use among his or
her patients; and from that application
verifv the general alimentary principles
which underlie the physiology of nutri
tion ; the exact scientific ground whose
borders only I am entitled to invade, in
the persuit of my special calling.
The Ice Monopoly.
"Gem'len," .aid Brother Gardner, ol
the Lime-Kiln Club, "some obde mem
ber, her bin Inquarin' 'round if de club
tended to have lump ol ice in do water
pail dl? eummer. Dat biiicea. kin be
settled at di. meetln'. We eee de gor
geou? ice-wsgina tollin' irew de itreeta;
we am roueed"up at daylight by jell, ob
de driver. a. dey alam de frown el'ment
agaiost folks'front gates; we see de noo?
P?Pf" of picturea repraaentln'
refrigerator, full of cu.tard piea and cold
chickun. We read of Ice panica an' high
prices, an no on, an' by an' by every
common darker in town begin, to feel
dat he mual her ice or perish, Gem'len
waa der any ice In de Garden of Ed.n?
When de multitude wai fed on de loares
andBihe., wu.der eny Ice-water aronn'
der? Who in die crowd am a bigger man
dan Adam waa? If he got along without
loe, an eung noon of joy all day long,
am we poor folks gwlne to spend
ten dollara for wood to heat de store in
winter, snd eight dollara to cool de water
patl in summer?" " No-nevei!" came in
thunder tones from the crowd. "Dat
fettlea it?dat knocks de co'nera off de
Queahon, replied the president, aa be
bowed hie acknowledgements. " We am
now on de pint of separatin' ourselves I
apart. We am all wery bo>y at dia sea
ion of de j'ar, an' work seems to hole out
fine. I want to eay to all yon'uns dat hon
est, squar talk am what de public hex a I
right to expect of us when we take a job.
What I meaa bv dat is, dat if you am
called upon to whitewash a parlor, an1 de
lady sweetly axes if you kin whitewash
ober de carpet, doan' go back on de tea
china of dis club. Stan* right up like a
man, an' reply dat you kin not only
whitewash ober de carpet, but you kin
whitewash de carpet all ober, an'dat you
won t make any extra charge! We will
now leare de j.nltor to eflace de hoof
print, and lock de doahs."
" ? do'" proprietary medicine
(alia to cure a malady for which it 1. adver
tised, some seek a physician, and content
edly take his routine prescriptions for
months, even though they receive no bene
tit. Is this fair? Suppose the traveler on
a strange and dangerous road inqulrea the
route to a town aome twenty milgi distant,
and, after going one or two miles, con
eludes to abuudon the road, beoause he can I
not m the town. If lost, could any one be
blamed but himself? The Family Medi
elne. manufactured by R. V. Pierce, M. D.,
of Buffalo, N. Y., are a safe and certain
cure for the vsrious diseases for which thev
are recommended. His Uolden Medical
Discovery hai long been the standard reme
dy tor the cure of scrofula, bronchitis, con
sumption, dyspepsia, liver complaint, skin
Bnd "ll '?"puritlea of the blood,
while Dr tago's Catarrh Remedy, If used
in connection with the Discovery, effects a
speedy and perfect cure of the most aggra
vated catarrhal affection. For many years I
the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to
women were regarded as Incurable. The
knife and caustic were freely used with but
exceptional benefit. The auoceis attend
use of Ur. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scriptiou induced the Doctor to sell it on
der a positive guarantee to cure this class
of diseases. Jf afflicted do not delav or I
hesitate to try It See Pierce's Memoir a"
dum Books, gi.en away by all druggiita.
1406 MAIN A 1404 SOUTH 0TB.,
Kmm tho Urrat ateek of IB05 tod HXATT
H ABDWAJU In lh? BUU. Hit Block of
Wtotf Work, 8pr1an, Atlu, VtralihM,
It oot exwlled br tny rttabllthmtat within ? bos*
dnd mll?o( WmIuk
Otrriaft tad WagonlUnaftrtnrtn will And It
to tb4ir inurwt ti (In htm ? e*lL
Also oa hud, LAND FLAflTKB of ? reporter
D ROOMS?300 DOZEN FANCY. VA
D RJ0U8 daHjnst rwrnnd tad for ado 07
&LUCLLT, 1101 tad Wl lUla at
I rojrr riiiju tmitmjc.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
OYirirSU AND SICK HUDACHZ.
Symptoms of e Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
JT edge of the ribs, increases on pra
i ure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side j sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
Appetite and sickness; the bowels in
General are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax; the head is troubled
with pain, accorapanicd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory, accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant.. The patient
complainsof weariness and debility;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are law; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but ""i
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, vet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. J1?Lane's Liver Pills,
in cases op Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
nthartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dit. C. M^Lane's
Liver. Pills arc never sugar coated.
Every box lias a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine J19Lane's Liver
Pills bear 'he signatures of C.
MCLane and lemino Bros, on the
1ST Insist on your druggist or
storekeepei giving you the genuine
Dr. C. M?Lane's Liver Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
I '? I1" Da. C. .VKLak.'i
Un* PiLUHmJ, we Will mjtilpo?t paid 10 an* I
Iwecty United State*, one box of Pill? for j
Fleming nRos. PitaWi, y*.
For restoring Cray Hair lo
its natural Vitality and Color.
which Is at
ing the hair.
K Failed or gray
\hair is soon
' restored to its
original color, with the glots and
freshness of youth. Thin hair Is
thickened, falling hair checked, and
baldness often, tliough not always,
"enred by its use. ^'otliin? can re
store the hair where the follicles ore
destroyed, or the glands atrophied
nnd decayed. But such as remain
can be saved for usefulness by this
application. Instead of fouling the
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off,
nnd consequently prevent baldness.
Freo from thoso deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only benefit
but not liana it. If wanted merely
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
P BE PAR B D BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Miss., |
Practical and AnmlytUal ChcnUtU,
?OLD BT AU. DHD00UT1 IVttTW"?' |
For tha spctd y Con of Samlnal Waaknaaa. Lot!
Manhood, and til dlajrdara bicajht on br India
cratlonor Exoeaa. Aoy Drugjlat bu tha Ingradl
DI.JAQUD A CO., 130 W. Sktfc St.
fas-daw aHcmwATi? o.
NO CURE-NO FEE!:
l(T Xatf WaklMVM Itiwt. Ct
? Cknwb m4 apdtl Vkmm, ?
WASTED?Erary body to know that J of
Hat* la agant f-r iba Calahrated Domfatlc
SawingMacblna AJao for tha Wblte and Saw
Hooa cawing Machine*. Mr. Bap la a practical
Macbnlit wno baa dona tha rvpalrlnt for thadlf
farrat Machine Companlaa lo ibla dtr for aararal
yean pa*t, and la now eon lotting a Bap*lr Btx
for btmttlf at HIS Matkat Stmt
All work wirnnud. Band In yoor Micblnw.
J W. VANKEUHEN,
Ptlnl.r, Glazier ud Paper Hanger,
Shop, 1801 Markat Hirtat; Raaddanoa, II
Ha?ln| bMn nlna yaari with 8. M. Hamilton, I
an now pr?parud to do all klndi of work In my
Una, and warrant aatUUctlon. Alao, ax ant for
Lorall'a Patant Eataaaioo Laddar. apt
QHABLEB H. BERBY,
Rope, Twin*, Oikunt, Blookt, Tar, Pttok
and Roiln, 8am and leather Baiting,
Una ud Poplar Broam Handle*,
Fir* Brlok, Tile aad Clay.
ya\ w mm mot
PCU LEAF LllD-Tkrt* Burri* HaU
Bonk Palk ad HiU Mil. Imulvlallia
volU "SriMi" Urt, macfe at wUebU utl
or to*. B.C. LUT, Jl
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, 40.
ONT ALTO HOUSE.
o me top 01 AUtgneny mountain, id
mlJ, West Vargl ola, is mlies from Key
it Convenient point oa tbe Baltimore A
k1). The rood from tbst place li flns,
This New Bummer Reeort la aituated at Han*
macavllle, on tbe top of Allegheny Mountain, In
MineralCounty, ***? ?*?? ??
s-r(tbs moat Co.
wall graded and affords a view of Grand and
Plotarfaqne Mountain Sointry,
Located along tha Northwestern Turnpike. Wa
hate pleaaant drlvea and walka; poa'otflcee eon
raaleut, floe Mineral Hprluga near,
Trout Flablcg and Gang
In ibofldinae. This place cannot be excelfel for
HeaJth and pore Moantaln Air, being a boat S 003
feet abate tide water?Tbe thermometer seldom
exceeding 76 degreee In
Tha Extreme Heat of Saaimer.
As a raaort for lnvallda, Morr Alto his so
superior. Visitors auflerirg with Hay Fever find
alxnoet Immediate relief. The site waa eelectad aa
one moat de IrabJe on Allegheny for health and
recreation. It la e new enterprise, and be ng de
slroui of introducing It to the public, Tarns,
ton raiajuaj*, will a> moduutk, tIi :
Perday,.....^. _f 1 80
Choice of rooms, per week 10 00
Far month............. ... 10 00
Llvsry eceommodatlona wUl b# found at Esy*
Hotel. In Keyser, lor persona arriving by rail at
that Point. 0. 0. f ABB,
je!8 Til HartmansrUle, Mineral Co., W. Ya.
AUBOBA, PBibTON CO., W. VA.
This Ho'el la open for tbe reception ef Bummer
gut sta. Aurora la d?ll,btfully situated, 1100 feat
above I lie water; good roads and beautiful drives.
It la eiay of aocaaa, ten mllee from Portland aod
twelve mtleeiom Oakland, well known 8umuter
Baaorta on the B. A O. B B. For mountain acene
ry and healthy bracing atmoaphere, It Is unaur
paaeed. Acwmmodatlona good. Mj labia supplied
with the beet the coantry aflbrd*. A comfortable
carritge will oonvey gueata from and to the railroad.
Uood refrrt^cs given.
Terms, 17 per wtek; 10 per month of four weeks;
children and aarvaoU half pi Ire
J. H. SHAFFER, Proprietor.
P. 8,?Mo Bar. jell*
Moubdbvill*. W. Ya.
Call tad be oonvinced.
SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED.
PHCESIX SALOON & RESTAUR AN!
No. G Washington Hall.
This establishment has been fitted up regardless
of ?Z(ecse,aisd is without doubt tbe handsomest
and mo?t attractive placa of tha kind in tbe city
Tha Bestaurant cannot be surpassed anywhere,
and tbe Bar contains the choicest Wines, 1
and Cigar*. Clam roup every mornlnu and even
ing. Conor rt at Bo)fa o'd tiakaon.Ko. 1417 Market
atrea', every tuturday evening by Kramer's unri
Vallfcd Orcbesln fed
rilflE HYGELA HOTEL,
? Old Point Comfobt, Ya
Situated within 100 yards of Fort Monroe. Or*n
all tha jear, with ample capacity for COOgueeta.
Haa all modern impnmmenta, elevator, aa and
electric bella In tverv room, water, bith?roouu
and ckwets on each floor Six dally mills, aid
telegraph office. Fifteen to twenty firat-claae steam
era lata dally, except Sundar. 190 yard* from tbe
door. Superior beach for bHblng at door?atepe,
and good from May until November. Moating,
fishing and driving eapedally attractive. Mend
forclicu'ar describing byglenio advantage. Terms
|2 00 to |1 80 per day, according to location of
number in room, lengtb of stay etc.
my? H. PHOEBUS, Proprietor.
No. 1168 Maxxxt St., U tht on/w firit-clau R*+
lavrant in IV city. It Is the only Beataurant thai
haa separata rooms for ladies, or where you can find
that quiet desnllneas of e home, comMned
with the beat nUm that can be found In thedty.
REDUCTION tOF PMCE8-Regular Dinner,
with one kind of meat, three kinds of vegetablea,
one cup of tea, coffee or milk, one kind of dcaeert,
for 38 cents.
Oyetira, Flah and all tbe dsllcadee of the seaaon
constantly on hand. my?0
HATS & CAPS.
It the Prepir Rtmady
>2EaEBRATnSf| ?? 0lM""
_ port EloxJ.
Uanlfeated ofttlmaa Id Secondary 8jnplomi,
Nodaa, Rbeu'i atiim, White (? walling*, Lrtatard
BoDfi, Clear*, Bklu Diaaiae, tie., and all dlaeaaaa
arlalug from mal-traai merit where the conatltutlcn
la broken down from the urrlble efifcta of mercury.
If jou know of a remedy whereby a fellow belog
can find relief from iuAr.D( u It Dot crlmlocl to
auppreai that knowledge T thould motlvee of (alee
delicacy prevent you heralding forth the oewa?
Do we then Deed to cloak our language Id mem
lngleae wordi, and ao ftably expiate ouroliea that
tboaa lufiariog oao Dot UDdertund for what dlaeaaaa
fiWAlM'a Paiucju la particularly ueefulj Bud*
dreda are Buffering from UirUtd amUttuHou, bting
eaten up fry ditto*, dutrvying Uioir bona and ton
turning then, who may be relieved, and the great
maaeof them cured, by tbla remedy. We beg to
aj.ure our reedera It dooe not contain any merca
rlal Ingredient*, and oaa betaken by tl'her a. x
with Impunity and will narar Injur*. Pleaaabear
thla particularly In mind.
BWita'a Pan acta baa received the ondenement
of the prlrclpal medical men of thla country for
Ita marrelloua curea. Prof. Valentin# MotL of tbla
dtr; Praia. Chapman and Dewtee, of Phlla Irljhla,
and hundieda o( othcra hare commended 1L
Prepared only at Hwilm'e Laboratory. 8outh
Seventh Mtreet, Ulow Cbeetnut, Philide'pbla. aad
for aale by drugzlata generally.
Pamphlet a gl vinjrlu range of oaa. to be had gratia
oo application to Dr. franklin ate wait, Med*cal
Director, u a bora. my 27
Agenti Wanted for till Illustrated
A CUar and CW* Bitiory ej aU nailom
Commencing with the Earlkat Parloda and and'
lng with the moat recant Important Evente In
cluding the Turco-huitian War, tie Adrnlnlatra
Uoo ot Praaldent Ha yea, ate S B .Ola IN O.HE
Low prtea quick tal**, ?tra t?rm?, Addreai
mjtl J. C. McCUiOT * CO.. PMladtlp.H, f?.
HflW TO RF tOENTI WINTKO.
nUVYIUDL |50 ta H7S a MMtk.
YOUR OWN Sand for Circular and Terms.
I AWVP P P- W. ZIEGLER * CO..
LHWlLn. Philadelphia. Pa. m27
View of Marriage!
?aapMpanAOtildata WedfSefc aad
IroaMrattal TrretUe oa Um
IjbUm et mimm and ua
IcauM (tat unfit tor It t the at*
mta of Iteproduottcn an4
'be Dtaeaaae cf We sea
A book tor pHwt*. mnelE
.. t Diaeaaee, wlu um beet
iwrhooVaw* pofpaldim rwrtpt of price t er
?alwtr?aipf fx. unuMmy H&Ntratni. tor ?
ulnae XUL lUm .No. U*. lih be. ?c Lot
Dr. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE
Baatorta manhood and the Titer of youth to tha
?Mat ahattered oooetltution Id tour weeks. PAIL*
DAK IMPOSSIBLE Thla llle-reetorlng remedy
ahoald ba taken by all about to marry, or who
bar* beooma wcakaoed from ezcaae or aoy other
??uaa. Huooeea Id avary caae la aa certain aa thai
waiarqoaaehfa thlm. tt aarcaae.antanywhera.
rtLTV'JiLiJID t PITT8BCROH
\J CONVBMRD TIM* CAM).
CHJIMQ K19T AND WKST.
? Tkmiik Tntni It PjtliburaJi.
I Though Iralu U Clattland,
* lkranfk Trains to cute*.
amSS?'' lv'?r C*? b*l,6?1 tortile eW
Hotel and Sleeping Can on ail Traina T.^ ?.. ?
111 i Bridftpart 5.01 p m.: arrlvaa at 6l?n
'?"wUjill p. o : leaver ?,uUn.lI)7atVloT
?85 ?3?*^ 9:20 *? m? trri?? ? Ballahe at
llckeu and fiiaiit Check* to til dHbHuI
pplnte In the EulSd WJtoS b?m?u,Sdif5a
palM-nilM Offlofc McLure Ho^WhwllSZ
?nd at Ticket Office la Bridgrport.
F. E. MYERS
njiB QeneraJPaaeeagar and Tftkat Agent
Time Table, Eul nod Wot, Mi, la, itfj.
I Tratoa leave Pan Handle Depot, leal oI Clennth
| u^l'foiTf I*ub,I? L"dl??' ?"PIItaaUy,
aw?u jw| l/wz**.
I lft(0 ??
S OO "
? 07 M
. 715 -
10 IS -
8 80 r.M.
roc. | /tut I w$tL |
r. a |
I Trainaleaving Colutabaa at 140 r. m. and 8:25 a.
h.. run daily. Thjough Chicago txvtwm IrtTM
Col urn Uu dally, esoept Sunday, at 5 4. r. k. ,wlib
?toping ear attached, arriving in Chlogo at TilT
next morning. Umm* can be aecurad la advaaee
at Union Uepot 1 Icket Offloa, Columbua.
Pullman'* PaiAra Drawing Bccm M?e?lnc Can
through without change from SteuWnville and Co
8t?*Louiu c^lU* ^oWUla, lndlaaapoUaaad
For through tlck'ata, Baggage Chrcki, *T?*ntn?
(^r acooiiimodatlona, >nd anyTurther uJormauS
apply to Jtm. M. UELLhViiLK, Tlekit JtwntS
fc5fBwdlV2fP?t' ioolat *l?T?aih itmt, or at
| City lick*i Offloa, under McLura ilouae,Wheehng.
d. w. calowkll,
myw1 Pt"'tnd lkkel -4?rati Coluabui, a
gALi'liiOKk. A OlliU JtAlLlaOAi) CO
. *? M*l
2 80 8:00
8 00 '
A M i
?Dally ncapt duaday.
UJoSlg " "* "UU0M "I^W
I AO. 2a*l ho. 10.
Belial r*. 1
" ?* u
. 8.00 ??
. 0:40 ??
No. 10 on Saturday night hai no oonnacuonikr
Chicago or tandoaky.
Pullman l al .ee, Drawing Boom and Bleeping
Can on all night tralna.
Cioaa conntcilom are mada for all poloueootli
and Muthweat, North and North mat, nuking thla
a dealrabla route for ooloniaU and petaoti movlnf
to tha great Wcat, and to whom particular atten
tion ii given.
WHEELING, PITTS. "aND BALTIMORE DIT.
Leave W heail ng ^.5-^6 a. m. 1.-25 p. m.
Lea Tea Wheeling C 4 > a. m- 6:00 p. a.
Chomcu Tail*?ducda?i only.
Leare Wheeling 7 40 a. m. MO p. na.
Leave Point Mllla.....~....^~..8 25 a. m. LOO p. m.
Xlckeu to all pru>d|?l pointa on aala at l/epot.
Offlr# open at all bour* during the day.
Inlormatlon to the traveling public cheerfully
I given. W. M. CLLMLNTh, M. ol T.
?. f. DEVRIKtt, Qen'i Agant, WbeelUf.
UNITED STATES MAIL HTEAMZBtf,
Sail from New York lor
OLASOOW, every SATUlDATr
LoNDuN, eiery WEDNESDAY J
Paaaenger aooommodationa unaurpeaeed foreleganM
and comfort All Mtateroouji on main
deck, and saloon atuldahipa.
SALOON CABINS. 166 to 180, (JuBBENCY.
SECOND CABIN, including ail rvqulill?a,|40.
Eicuraion Tickatt for Hnt-a?ai Vaaaage. ttaw
York to Hai la and return. 1136 to fiB6,
aooordlng to atat?nwm and route chcnn.
For Booka of Ibfurmation, f Una. ac
Apply to HENDRBSON BBOTBRS8.
7 BoWLlNO OBEEN, NEW Y0RX?
Or to B. C BONIIAM, 1^20 Maim fci., WUbKUMa.
Jul rani nil, > lug. Hock ?:
1130 Main Street.
Original Derfgoi and Hfylaa to haraonlaa with
architectural d?lgn of building. bpecUl ttlto*
Uon gitid to Hiorta and Dwelluip. All deigB
and nylea to ba aaaa it Hampla Boon,
?0.1US MAIN ST., WHEELING,