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lZv . .11 <rt.M>ft i11V
' 11 ITS MIIJUIIV,
boom i!l tritrH of Mercury fmtn tho ?yst?w,
euro Scrvfuht OU! Sjfft, hhtuwitUm, Kcccma,
(htarrh ur <tny Disrate.
CCJtEJ WIIK.V nor HI'KINOH KAIL
Malvkk.v, aiik., Stay 2, jssi.
tohiTe I" <"" lived ut Hot
I lui'omd nvrcilimlly ctmil uih 0. h, n.
I MCCAXMOX A iit'iuy.
I Men I'll lit. Tess., Stny tj, issi,
I ftb*rc ?M l.-JJ bultlf ?>f H. rf, 8. Hi a year. It
I vji d??n uiiIvitmI Mtlkfnciloii. K*lr minded
I uo?v retviutueiid it a* * ptxitlvo ipet'lflo.
I n JUmimjcujaco.
I I>usvkK. Col, May 2, iggj.
I rmr parctucr t/fjikt in the bightm It'rnuof
I iii L. MklgtkTtK.
I I^rhviLi.K, Kv? vny 13, isai.
I' J S. S b*?given U'tlerMtlHiHciloii tliun nny mod.
I Jds? I hive ever wld. J. A. Klkxnkji,
J Kinixo.Mt, \\t? Ma* II 1881.
Toa an rtltr wybwly to u? in rejritrd to the mertU.K
MtUKlt & Co.
1U of B. S. 3. .
,r? , - s i? fall to euro a cwo of
lUrencvcrVnown-. ? j ihmukd,
gt hllb, nhrt l'Wrl> ukl"' Ul WARkB*.
I'urry, Ha.
. .... gentlemen of high ?tand?
Tbe ?bov? ?!/ncr* *j* lt , ?wuiit, Gov. of (io.
I^i. wl.h vc Will Ui c your cam\ TO BE PAID
voVuiltN n'RH). Write for partlculNrs. nnd
JwdSW** 10 lh0 Un,orluM,l.fA?Bfir4RD
will tonnvolicm!?t who
(sm ^!l$iS!P*''X ml?rnl
luloUcrw. > *'7 a' *ut
I'rop ietorH, Atlanta, tin.
foM br Pra?Ut? everywhere.
or f/ceolUnmorwiUrMzo reduced to 31 75
Mr bottle, and suiitll >Uu holding half the quantity
prlfcll. hihSE
A*/
WV A<*f>
# //
Tlio <>,000,000 Children
Iii tint (/nitcrf States
Who SuiTVr I'aln,
Vim Kri't ami Crv,
Who IliiVtf I'ill I' f"rtCf*,
Who Have Hud Breath,
Should Use LniigliUii's Worm Syrup
Tie Chili! Whuw Slwp In Dlnturlicd.
Th? Chljij Who (n Terror,
TbeCWM Whixf Al'|K!tltP Viirlra,
The Child ?'liu IHm* Not Thrive,
Tin* Child Who I* Kninelated.
The Child With Internal Irritation,
The Child With Sallow Complexion,
Should t'se LiiigliUn's Worm Syrup
No so Dangerous As Worms.
No Cti'M 15 Free From Them.
Thfr (.'*11*0 Dlseaa* Themselves.
Thej Agjravute Other Complaints.
The Chilli's Cure When Teething:
LAUGHLIN'S
INFANT CORDIAL
Kttkx* THK oi'Mfi; A1.1.AYS 1'AIN; IIKDCCCS
I.*>UU VUrioN ; CONTUOIJI THK RotVKUl,
Ct'KINUJM'UMKH C"M I'l.AtNT, DVHKSTICKV,
JJIAHHIIK*, Fl.ATri.KNfK, CotlC, JfTC.
Mother* will llnil It very vnluidile: the child will
MrrUr"t,ti't uitimwnlir tl'rji.und wake u/>cheerlul,h\pi,y,ami
fitting o,mft,rtnliJr. We giinniiitee
cunMtte.atid will refund the price or every one I
M doing a* represented. Sold by all druggists. I
l'rlce -5c. per Bottle. ... *
laugh un bros. & CO., Proprietor,
WHEELING, w VA.
1VEBIVS ECLECTRIC MEDICINE
lupaitivc mil effectual remedy for all NervousIIn
every ulnae of life?young or old. male
?? Iratle- unoh as Impotency. Prostration, Loss of
esrenith. to* of vitality, Defective Memory, Im
Rrnln Power. and diseases from which an
tnrutur*! wMie of life sprinc*. nil of which canno'
WltonniVrmlno the whole Hy?tom. Kreryonwn
!i every power prostrated, and man*
row <Ml*w arc generated which, If not checked
javtih?*ayioan early death. It rujuvlnatea nR?
M'l wlnTl*omtiM? youth Each package contain?
nfldtnt lor two weeks' treatment. Write fnrpanv
\Wi *hlrh will he sent free, with full p-?rtlculaff
SoW \iy \W Dnuwdsta nt M) cent* a package, o?
frehe Mrkum tor is 00. Will ?* sent free by rnal'
on receipt n! money, bv (uldresrfng
?W3 vT.Lttrriuo medicine co.,
a cure eu*r*ntctvi. Buffalo, n. y.
J/Xil.V,tro? wholesale tnd R?tall Agent*
~nwl|ng. mw-Jr27
DR. J. E. SMITH,
NO. ill? CHA.PL1NE STREET.
The best rvMencv of a physician's success Is the tcs
Umotif?.fhUp4tlenU?. Tneinea>a?liiK demands foi
ay piofr* lun-il Krv'cea prow thai I have dealt
loaontljr nil fulrly with th<?ewho have consulted
' ne.pru?e a patient's name without pertnis
?w Ihouib} have tntwy hundredcvrtllkale* froa
?'?< whom I liKveonfti ftftcr they hud been pro
bounr?,i incurable. A thorough medical education
*jih m*in ypnrs liopltal ox|K.*rience and In w Illari t}
*iththcr* utic Nu'vntH. uelo-oobservanceof tern
?[f*ntmt?l (lYulUritlw and strict attention tr
rnflr mnnA cmont Insures suece**, If euro fc
>*lb!e. aud I fninkly pivc the patient my opinion
h()m e proof
XHney ?n<i liver Disetwe* and HheumatismfWVndTmib'y
?"Nothini; corned to help inc
WW not get out of bill. Dr. cinlth eur-d me."
ZEl'T. PH11.UPH,
. , W heeli"K. W. Vft.
"wrth. Polypu*of Ncwe. Impaired Voice?Suf*
? ??? JCTPI IMICIU inemnna wucu iu u?n? u??.
?alth completely cur\ <1 hip. w
CHARLES CIHDDUCK,
?. of ?neldel A Co, Wheeling. \V. Va.
am! lMivratt.il Slnmmili ?'"Trcatmeni
f?lW toRlve mo relief. Dr. fmlth cured
TllilMAS Hoi.T, Insurance Ayent.
iUtl them lor fourteen years. l>r. Hinlth
tsNno." |.ouis V. WASHINGTON.
i?!u 11' Kur.nlucSores oil Head?"My ton wai
Wuef ,ot fourteen yean*. Nothing seemed tc
ht!Pblo. Dr. Smith cured him."
M'tS. C iTHKHlVE CAPS,
- Market street, Wheeling. \V. Va.
"Su??r?-Hl ("r years with enticer. Had li
titfi il:^t,mw- 11 roiurucnl after each opera
cured me without knife cau?t(cot
TSl , MIM. H. M.oUCUTI'.
nnvTof Anus.?Flat of my li-ckfor IS
<n^??'flve1 ,lyl,'!,J" 1)r-SlullJ,0ur0,1 niowlth
Wvv., p U " THOMAS COLVIN.
rwr^wr, Main -i.. wheeling. W Viu
L rius oi nmmn. I'toiHpsos mj'l '
j??? ap to die m\ \mino?uu>e,i Incurable,
ffig ^^cutwl me wlthi.nl knife.
\VA?mSC.T0> PKLA)NY.
_ Martin'* terry.
J^n.O.UUwritcy.-"!^ Smith,M>rntc.?lonH
B| In mv t ?mt\y \\ wo Won nwst s*tl*'&c ?.r5
W W I cnmm.nii t>un to uU us iv coutleman aua?
*SUnl vby>Wnn."
M -Jta. w Knlh Nvys _"1 hmi been snflorim
?**v?n ymr* ami irvnu-d by many physicians lo;
?y?o-ri-irt. 'r. ?mlth *n\A \\w\ ti upo worm nnc
; Msht hour* rem?v^i a monster 10"} bet long."
("?maltM'om|?li?inK?Thr<t> y*-<n In hospitals lo
lea*\ei. tlve me jH-cullar mIiahum* in ?uch case#
frrwcw?lofrotvrrti, ??(htAtt, liver
*V)such. kidneys, skin, bloii, nervous affection
B *a<l *eakiH'??.'s of men nml jvuth, scroiuUatu
**thm* testify to ray miiw
W\?v* curvtl without the knife.
b Patient* At a distant may Ik? treated bv letter ant
*tWactlnn Rii?rantee?l. A rhart ( r wit uxamlnit
wn sent on mvlntot two three cent stumps, am
*wl? retnrtuHl (rci
H Uitunltatlon nt offieo free. OlNcehour* iromO l
@3 * to " r, X., daily. Civil on or aiiiirvM
J. K SMITH. M.ft,
312 So. Hi" ChnpUwc ft.. Whwiim;. W. V*.
B ___ WINES AND LIQUORS.
<tUl.XUVK. SOU KfUt'H. rtUD.UAHKi
c. ICR,AT IS x- rm
(Succor to U. Schmulbach <k Co.,)
UPOUTEIIS AND DEALERS
J*V FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC
|i6s and Liquors, Brand;
ON, CORDIAL8 AND Wniarnm
,"? 1133 MurUot Sti coi
. '''" |*8DI0*iS^S
SAMAIUTAN
NERVINE!
The Great Nervo Conquoror.
Tlic only known ipccMi Remcily tor Enllcnsv
SAMAKITAN
NERVINE!
Cures 8paanis, Convulsions', St. Vitus Pance,
Vertigo, Insanity, Paralysis, Neivousi'rostra*
tlon and (leneral 1'oblifty.
SAMALUTAN
NERVINE!
Never known to fail. It cqnaWz^s tlio elrcu*
latlon, repairs its waste, and gives tono and
vigor to tlio system.
samamTaS
NERVINE!
Cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness,
(mpotenry, Svphflta, Scrofula and all Kerrous
and Blood'diseases.
SAMARITAN
HI B? r> t i i ? . ? -
IN t. n V I IN t!
Tlio greatest tonic known. It aids dlffcation.
insures good apatite, Rives tone and vigor to
the system, guarantees sweet and refreshing
sleep and restores enfeebled and nervous cunsiitutions
to robust health.
SAM Aim
NERVINE!
Safe, Certain, Sure nnil Sucedv. II l> Intnl.
unbte (o Indies who are experiencing the
change incident to advanced years, by assistinn
nature at \U important period, retainh g
the vigor and tranquility of early life and
carrying them with ease and safety through.
sTMARrrAN
NERVINE!
is the only honestly guaranteed remedy
placed before t/io public. We guarantee
every bottle to give satisfaction or return the
money. Leading physicians testify lo its beUjg
harmless and Kood, eminent divines declare
it excellent and uueijualed and people
everywhere bear cheerful aud voluntajy testimony
to its great virtue.
STSTritS
NERVINE!
Is unfailing and Infallible in curing Alcoholism
and Opium Katinir. To como bt>foro the
public with an absolute cure or a Bju'cific tu
remove the desire for alcoholic stimulants or
the ha it of opium eating, seems to many,
we have no doubt, an absurdity, such is the
cu*e nevertheless and before ottering our
medicine to the public we thoroughly convinced
ourselves by actual experience that it
would do all we claim for it
FPU hAliE ?V ALL URUKfiLSTS.
laugiiun hbos. &. Co., Aguti(s, Whe-liiiR.W. Va.
r| MiiL?
.ComjoounS
'Sam
xi
CONSUMPTION.
Owing to a popular tden that a remedy wld to
curca variety ot lualad its should bo treated with
caution, If not suspicion, tho inventor hesitated
'imo time in placing it before the public: but from
the gratifying assurance by a great nnmbcr of the
mre vitalizing uiul healih-renewlng properties of
his pieparutl'-n of IlypopliMwhlte*. under a variety
of clrcnmhtariccf, he IsvquHlly wtkfl&l Hint these
ellVcU ore secured by It# use. ihat it* ncinn is peculiar
to his preparation, anil that CONSUMPTiOK
I* not only CuRA rLK, but UP to a certain wage, is
easily ?-ontrolled as mo*t oilier organic dlsenRH.
000*?f.?0
While it is the aim of tho Inventor to eonvcy jnforutation
to Mich us require his Hypopho*phitc?, it
is his Arm belief that Its use will Ik valuable ton 11
whw dertio n long life or who arc struggling for
with a faith bntid upon tliu cxperifnco of twelve
ycnt*. he would not despair of rwtorinp ft patient
HiitTerltiK from the alKivM-dw^M*. tren tho sh re(luced
ton very low jUito and not complicated hy
dual organic lo?#.
Funt, Micif..M&y 10th. 1RS0Dear
Sir:?Al'owme to gay that i esteem ypiir
Hypophopphltea" most highly, ntul for those cii<aged
in piofewions which draw largely on the
nervous system it 1- Invaluable. I have used It my elf
with thu most satisfactory n-sulu and have Introduced
it to a large number of my peopl-.
JCKV. K. U. I{*IRF,
nnrlw* I'nMorPt. MMiaid'yrhlholie. Church
Cures RkoumztiSP*? Lumbago,
Lame Back, Sprains na$
Hmtens. Asthma. Catarrh.
Couchs, Colds, Son Throat,
Dlphthoria, Bams, Frost
Vitus, Tooth, Ear, and Headache,
una ttZ! pilJns and aches.
I The l>e?t Internal ?nj auefual itw&iy jo the
t world, litery bottle'piaran:ee>t. Cold by reedJtiM
ercrprfcere. Direction) In ei^ht Uagiugt*.
Trice jo ccnts anil ftuo.
FOSTEn, MILDURN & CO., Prop'ri,
BUfp/.U), N.Y..U.S.A.
/ ?1'ut pcla la Uio limbs, baclc, ctoinach, l\|
- '/ breast, cida cr shoulder blades, tafco 1*1:-1\
}/ turj.K. " *w=*<?t=TUV'gl|^
{j "Fcr cramp of tho'ciohuwh, colic, dlatvlv
/ raffia, orvoalUiiff, ubo l'cuu.f A, ' fcZ3E5J\
/ for conch, cV.hma, nlqht exvc^xBhorUtX
1 ' Pwxnf t.r^(.hTti!:3l?r.r.iiKA. I.'-Mf?"UAi
I "I'cr chronic catarrh, bronchitis,Flcurlr7,|\
i j ana euro UiroatcX r.117 Ut^-l'tuc.vA." C2h\
. "Perpna 13 lh1) Wrest. tnostrroinnt r-ndgy
[ / efflcicncy^elcoknuva taman.VQSESE&E!',
r </ Tcr.'-'NA Is 1h-> best omtlzer," purestEV
r J "If you enn't loci*. tako FERUitt i lA
l / wp-k or worried mentally, can't rest. toxoid
, / I'caittA." ! Vt^yyirg^gKV
* ' ' glCCOTTlll bo raid for thn lf>st Iwrnrltycrft
1 / mineral Uctmaybofoucd la I'mcxA.'' CB3\
1 mi M^mrhrro. IV,r mmrhlrtvrrltn to
1 jjj
: Sold by all driigcista apd daalcj? {}?roedicind
nnisiM
uriuivB
And Morphine Habit can be cured In'rom la
WW lavs-no pav till cured. EatAbllabcd ID
ycirs, i;?i) curedVlWcr to paticnta In all part*
ot tuacountry. Pf, !' E. JInrili, Qulncy, Mlob.
(1PIUMhaw
h DILL HEADS, LETTEB HEADS, &c.Cj
JL> For nM BUI HcteK Letter Haifa, Kpl
Headf, Outli. 4ic,, to to tbn ikuy lutcUlc?ucer Ja
Oiloo.
.
ikt
IIOL'IOH lllIIID'a WELCUMf..
To lIII* Mrmlirra or ihe Mnllrnl Nuclei)
or the nlltle of IVhi VlrglnlH.
Gkstuuiex?A wcoml time the mem.
beisol your noddy, rcsidinjf In tilts city
luivo the pleasure ol extending to their tel.
low-members (rom various parts ot oui
Statu a corillul welcome to Wheeling, oui
city having boon selected by you ?a tlie
J'lace in which to hold your yearly session
or two years in succession. This is an
nouor wuicn ni\a nevet before been con*
ferred 011 any other city in our State: and
the members from abroad are assured that it
la fully appreciated by their brethren horo.
The committee of arrjingemonta have endeavored
to ko arrange the order of business
and tho entertainments to bo given to the
society as to inakn this ono of the moat
nrolltablo and pleasant meetings in your
history. Quite a number of papers, pre
pared by di lie rent members of our society,
who have uioro than an average standing
in our profession, are announced as ready
for presentation at the meeting, and there
can bo no doubt of the benefit the members
will derive from their readiug and
the discussion of tho subjects treated of in
them.
Papers of this character, written by professional
men,on matterspertainingtothelr profession,
never full to benefit both the writers
and the persons to whom they are read.
Specially is this the case, when the writers
eontlne themselves to strictly scientlflc subjecls
and avoid belittling their papers by
inserting in them ill-natured remarksabout
others,who may differ with them, or make
use of the opjHjrtunlty given them of read
.w uv.viio oui^iutiva ui niuvu iuv/
nro members, to make a pretended paper
on a scientific subject tlie cover ot coarse
and cowardly attacks on their fellow members.
Kothingof this kind is apprehended
at this meeting, uh tlib nnthore of the bov*
eml papers to be present* d ftro known to bo
gentlemen who would scorn to be guilty of
taking bo base nn advantage of tno privilege
given them of having thoir papers
read before ft society of gentlemen. Such
things have occurred, uud the assurance
that they will not occur at tin's meeting
will no doubt have a tendency to make it
more profitable and pleasant to all of us.
The act to regulate the practice of medicine.
&c., in this Statu. which was passed
by the Legislature si orlly befire your last
meeting, has proven 10 be even more beneficial
than its friends claimed that it would
bo. At the udjoumed session of the Legislature
-it was amended in certain
particulars, which experience had shown
to be not as perfect as they should be, and
it is now thought by its friends to be the
model law 01 its kind in the United States.
Our experience hero luis proven its practical
benefits, and no doubt you all have
seen more or less good results"from the enforcement
of its provisions in the several
localities in which you reside.
# Two ignorant pretenders have been obliged
to go elsewhere to prey on an unsuspecting
public; several traveling quacks
have given this city a wide berth afteronce
feeling the efleets of the law in being compelled
to pay the license prescribed in it;
and for the past year wo have not been
visited by lecturers of the Q'Leary Stamp.
AU persons qualilied to practice medicine,
as prescribed by the act, have been registered,
and it is safe to assert that the whole
number of practitioners here?men of all
schools of medicine?are better qualified
to practice their several systems than was
ever before the case. The credit of bringing
about this happy result is, of course,
due to the State Hoard of Health, which,
by the firm and impartial manner in which
it enforced the several provisions of the
act. has made it the splendid success we all
feel that it now undoubtedly is.
Since oqv last meeting a society of another
State has adopted an amendment to
the Code of Ethics, in relation to consultations
with other than regular practicioriers
of medicine, basing its action on the plea
that science is progressive and to longer refuse
to consult with all educated practition
t-rs 01 mcuioiue, no matter to what bcuooi
thcv may belong, marks tho regular profession
us bigoted and old fogy jab. This
subject will, in all probability, be presented
to the American Medical Association,
at its next meeting, and it is hoped that
our society will give its delegates some instruction
as JQ the course they shall take if
called upon to vote Oft if. Let us not be
placed in any uncertain attitude in tljig
matter. If we wish to throw aside all wo
have been taught, if we wish to give the
lie to our whole profession.*! lives, if wo
wish to say to the public that these men
wjiojn our own experience and the experience
0/ ifiedjcql men for ages, as recorded
in their writings, i]ee}afe to be in
error, are out equals and are worthy be
taken by the Ifuffd of fellowship?if we vim
to do these things, lei us say so.
I5ut if we wish to be true to the teachings
of our fathers in medicine and do not
wish to stultify all of our past declarations
apd nets, then let our delegates be instructed
to give no uncertain Bound when called
on to vote 011 this matter.
,t part of the daily papers and the disciples
of Jjaljrjeniau have been especially
jubilant over this acMQU o[ the New York
Society, and the taunt has been freely
burled at us, that at hist we have been compelled
to acknowledge we were wrong,
and luivo hud to call on horoccpatbs
for jj&}istf;qpo in our difficult cases.
Cnn any one of tljege parties have
given a moment's thought to tfjp ptterabsurclityftnd
dishonesty of the practical,
working of consultations of this lfind ?1
Physicians are employed to do nil in their
power in assisting * nature to restore
their patients to health. In critical
jipd lingering cases, friends, for various
rcagops, desire a consultation be-;
t>veen the aftemlipg phvsician and some
other practitioner, apdafjppveopatli is called
in. lie probably is as well educated ip tbp
science of medicine as the regular ho 1m
called to consult with. The two agree perfectly
as to the nature of the disease and so
far act in harmony. But when they come
to tjie treptpient of the case, the part which
is really of the ipoat vital interest to the
patient, for so far as hp is poficerned
it matters littlo what they call his disT
ewe, ?Q tiwt he can be restored to
health by their aid, they flt p'nee differ
so radically that ho receives no benefit
from their consultation, while they pocket
his money and leave him no better than
tjiey found him. Would any honest member
o> this popiptv ngree to place himself in
a position of this kind ? Deliberately enter
into a scheme to rob a sick man by compelling
him to pay fees for a consultation,
which he knows will result in nothing but
u disagreement between his pbyeicinn 'and
the persofi ho pretends to consult with ?
No memtjer pt this spejety woijld do so,
and it is but an act of simple justicp to the
homojopaths tpsay that if their brethren
in other parts of our State are lil^o to ttjeir
brethren here, they, too would reject a proposition
of this kind with the scorn and
contempt it deserves. The being, as we
j:laim, in error as to their peculiar dogmas,
does not jnako them any less gentlemen
and honest men than we claim to bo.
With a sineero wish that vour present
session may. bo both harmonious and profitable
t^ you j that nothing may occur to
occasion apy unpleasant feeling on the
part of any of your members, pat tl;at yoij
may return to your several fields of lal)or
benelitod by your attendance at this meeting,
tho profession in Whepling again extond
tn vnn 11 welcome to our citv.
(For further, proceedings of tlie Medical
Soejetv, see fourth page.)
4- West Vlrifinlii Health IteNort.
Kdiiorc Inioliig?,icy:
You have several times spoken favorably
s of tho Salt Sulphur Springs in AVebster
county. This spring has not yet attained
the reputation which it deserves, but is
rapidly gaining it," the attendance last season
having averaged Jo to 100. ft is oaljed
a spring, but is in fact a \yeli of several h'unJ
dred fuet depth, bored for a salt well, and
' furnisheB a vast quautlty of clear snarklins
L salt sulphur water. There is no doubt o!
tho ercai virtues of this water. Manyac
quaintcd with both springs pronounce if
superior to tho White Sulphur, of Green
. brier. For that all-prevalent ailment, dys
, pepsin, and for chronio diarrhoea it is re
garded a specific, and is .very benefjeial ir
" 8kin diseases and diseases of the kidney]
J end liyer. For lung diseases it is not ben
flGclal, but pither tho reverse. Jt is atthi
(orlu ol Elk river, in the midst of pictu
wque mountains. Many at great expen
' go long distances to fashionable naterii
. places, forgetful that In their midst Is
? greater fountain of health. Boarding o
I>ense Is a trifle as compared with other r
' sorts. Last season the two best lious
charged from $ ! to So per week, and mat
houses board loner. The charges will n
i exceed these figures the coming seam
' Persons going over tho Baltimore & Oh
' railroad should go by rail to Weston, at;
' thence by back; and those going over tl
Chesapeake & Ohio should go by rail
Kanawha Falls, and thence by hack.
The writer 1ms no pecuniary intere
whatever In the spring or connty, an
meroly calls the attention of tho public I
It, becuuso convinced from personal a
qualntauco with it for a number of years i
the cfflc?cy 0/ tho water.
IIESIIY Biuxnox.
Wheellug WUoleanle Market.
INTKLUOE.HCBR OrrtClt.)
Whklino, Tuesday, May2J, /
A /air trade was transacted In nil departwon
during tho week past, but very few changus wc
made In quotations.
Gmfii?Wheat remains at the iinmo flRUrc, tl-I
nothing specUlly worthy of nolo was transuded In
week. Com is quoted ?t Wa'JOo, nnd outsat M>e.
Flour?All departments connected with breai
stuffs are dull and show no change, lingers cor,
plain that prices are high and do not propose
buy until they coins down. Choice umber, 17 2."w7 7
medium umber, |0 25afi50; Wisconsin. S7(Xhv7 2
Minnesota extra, |?00aH 25: fancy St. Louis, J82I
8 75; fancy patents, 8.1 Wall (O: corn n-eal, per bushc
00c: on1 meal, fancy, per barrel, J6 00afl50; cotnmoi
|A 5 : rye Hour, per barrel, M 75afl 00.
MeaU~There has beer,i an advance in some grud<
nn i a good trade has l>ccn transacted Changes hi
found in tho following:
8 (J Hams, 12 to 1ft lb arcruRO H]?'air>
M 10 to 18 lb Rverago 14'
Breakfast Bacon 14aU
H C Shoulder* ...... 111
Plain Bacon Shoulders - 10'
Clear " Sides. in
Family Pork (barrel 200 lbs) 21 00
priedjBecf, O......... ........... iS^aio
euro lA'tu uiru, Tierces, sou ids 12 nl2
Barrels, 250 lbs 12
" " " 1UU Barrels, 150 lbs 1$
" M Pulls. 18 lb? 13|
* " " One-half palls 10 lbs 13j
Rolofjna Sausage
Cheese. Rich and Mild -lO^aiaj
Lard Oil, Kxtra Western Strained 95
Carbon Oil...., 8)
White Miners' Oil, Winter Strained CO
OrocerUx?A good trade wan do"o last week wit!
*t?ady prices. A quarter advance Is found In co
fee*, quotations are given as follows: Corte
Mr 9J-J cents: ro^xI Rio 10?; p Irae 12Ue, cholc
He, best roasted H^c, yellow Rio ltc, Jav
25c. Syrups, common 40c: prime 45a50c, Net
Orleans molasses, prime 65c, choice new 70a75<
maple syrup |l ]&iter gallon. Sugars; hard crushe
11c, granulated 10}?c, powdered 10J?c. coufectioi
arr A 9j?c. A 9j$c. A prulrlo 9%c, palace A 9%
golden 0 tfJic, prime 8}?c. yellow 8a8)fc. Rlci
Carolina cholco 7>gC, New Orleans crlrao 7c, Rat
goon 7c.
r M?No. 3 mackerel, bbls., f10 00; No. 2 medlui
112 00.
Jttxxf/m Rare?Market steady. No. 1 tubs, p<
dozen, $9 00; No. 2 tubs per dozen, 88 00: No. 3 tul
per doze n, 87 00; 2-h>op palls per dozen, 8190; 3-hoo
palls, 8"-' 10; keelere per nest, 8185; butter tub
5 Uncapacity, 84 50; do, 35 lbs capacity, 84 00: do 2
lbs capacity, $150, washboards, plain. 81 50al 7i
washboards, patent, per dozen. 82 50a2 75.
tvtf Cbrn?lOallc per pound.
Tntgar? Double strength wine vinegar. 25aS0<
sum lard. Ilal3c; lOallo for country stock: win
vinegar 50c.
BmTW-Recelpts light; prime navies 83 75: do mi
dlum 83 50; imported 82 75o3 00; red pink 82 75
3 00; lima* 7c.
Chrttc? Is quoted In jobbing at 9c for prim
Western, and 13Xal5e for New Sork. SweltzerlGJ
al"c. according to quality. Llmburgcr 12c.
**aU?The kecd market Is quid as yet. Tlmoth
bring* 82 50a2 60.
t'inthen?Livo geese firm at Wo55c; 40al5<? to
mixed.
iVaiii--Therehasbecna reduction in the past wed
from the 83 40 rate. Tho rate on nails, fence ani
brad, fromlOd to 00 Is 8325 pur kea.
imviku?ttvuiiMiiB kuu nniuv m pur [lOlllia 10
new clover. New York, In cases, lSa^Oc. Buck
wheat, 15al6c; strained 10al2c.
7Vj/tou>-iiflrket steady; country 6a6>?c perpound
city 7a7'/c.
Canned Goo<U?The market ismiiet, and not mud
doing, The quotations are as follows: 3-lbcans, pi.
peaches tl 00; 3 lt> caps pcacjie* f? f>0: 2 lt? am
peaches 82 00. Tomatoes. 3 lb cans. II SOal 4fi
Sweet corn, 81 30al CO; Wlnslow com, 31 4C
Strawberries. 2 tb cans, SI -15. Blackberries, 2 1
cam, JJ 30. Ifaspborrles, 2 lt> cam, fl 10. I'lumn.
tbcaiw, Jl 40ai 70. Lima bontu, 2 fl> cans. M i
string 8115. Cove oysters, 1 lb cans, light, 75c; tul
weifint 81 25.
/Mter-RoceipU about equal to domnnd. Strict!;
fresh roll 38a40c; prime 35ji38c; common ioaihk
creamery 43a45c.
Dried Frultt?Wc quote prime quartered apples a
5k evaporated apples 13>i?4c per pound; cvaporo
ted peuclu-s (unpared) 18c i>er pound; evopomtw
raspberries 30a33c per pound; unpaired i?eachct
halves, 7a8c.'
Bjgt?\U*ceipts light; demand good at 20e pc
dozen for fresh: pickled egg*. 10n12c.
Onion* -Receipts liberal; COa75c per bushol; $2 00i
2ft per barrel.
Pfnrl Uarky?Hoa. 3 and 4, Ift lVic per pound.
Potatoes? In Rood demand at Mtoiwc per bushel oi
tracn; tWcaft 00 from store. Sweet potatoes, South
em. 84 Ma5 00: Jer-eys 85 60hC 00.
Poultry,-?IIvo chickens, per pair, SOaSSc. DrcfK*
turkeys, l<al8c per pound; chickens 14al5c pe
pound; ducks, ducks, ,15c to lGc per pound; geese
VaP'c per pound.
//ay?Thabaled article commanded 814 again to
day. The market has been r.tnR'kably s'eady tin
past week. I<oosc on wapon cummawls 81(hil2.
H7j Wry?There is a somowh'it better feeling I:
tljjs depar mcnt owing to the fact-that whisky 1th
fnilcn to 8116 i-er proof gsllWj. A Cftod tyisjncs
was done the past week.
uooi?nm quality im quoted nt 3oassc. A mod
crate buslnes* was done lost week.
Nlock YnrU Quotation*.
Alargcnumberof guod-looklng, fine cittle wct<
found at thest-ck yard* to-day, and the report wu;
that a goou trade had been transacted during thi
nastweelc: quotations as follows: 9 0 lbs., GJriataic
i,)IX) anjl 1,-iDO lb*. 7%p. IJogx bring ~%d$c. Calve,
Si'?00a8 00 jh-t htfafl, according tq tlje quality; ghcej
arc quieU
Tui;'^onilon Hair Colur Restorer"
is the most delightful article over introduced
to the American people and
totally different from all other Hair
Restorers, beingentirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles fqr the hair obnoxious.
Where baldnesa or falling of tl|o hair
exists, or premature graynes3 from
Sickness or other causes, its uso will
rcaiare iqe natural youtmui color,
and cause a healthy growth, cleansing
the scalp from all impurities, dandruff,
etc.. at the same time a pleasing
and lasting hair dressing, fragrantly
perfumed, rendering the hair
$o/tai)d p]jab]e, making it an iadispensaDle
article in every toilet. Ask
yqur druggist for london Hair Color
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle.
Somo ton years ago my wife's bair com
menced falling, and got very thin and turnet
gray, but after using London Hair Colo
Restorer the scalp became healthy, the hai
stopped falling, the color was restored, am
is now growing beautifully.?J. A. Tykes
Wilson, N. C. mwfaw
Plnln Talk from l?r. Swayne.
To Wkoit it Mav Comers.?Itching p?]e
is one of the most annoying complaint
known to physicians. Every one can tel
whether he is thus afflicted by observing tin
following symptoms: Intense itching, par
ticijlarly after getting warm. It seems as i
pin WQlrjis weje crawling in or about tin
rectum. Small lijrnpa sometimes form, Th
private parts arp often affected. The mor
yoi} scratch the worso the itching. Knowini
that my Qintnienl is superior to any articl
in the market, I puaran tea it to euro the wors
case of itching piles in existence.
[Signed] H. Swav.vk, m. D.
Dr. Swayne's Ointment is also a pledsan
and effective-cum for tetter, itr.h. salt rh??niu
erysipelas, barber's itcb, pimples, and al
scaly, cruaty, tyahy skin eruptions. Sold b;
all prominent druggists, or will be sent fo
50 cents (in 3 cent stamps), 3 boxes, $i 25
Address, Dr. Swayne & Son, Philadelphia
Pa. ttiibjcw
Ppnonsl! To Men Only I
The Voltaic Belt Co, Marshal), Mich., wil
send J)r. Dyo'a Celebrated Electro-Voltai
Kelts and Electric Appliances on trial lo
thirty daya to men (young or old) who ar
afflicted with Nervous Debility. Lost Vital it;
and Manhood, and kindred troubles, guarar
teeing speedy and complete restoration t
health and manly vigor. Address as abovt
N. B.?No risk is incurred, as thirty days
trial is allowed. txsaw*
'*4 Rnd Cold op I|Ulmxlni; Cough,"
Dry, parched, sore throat, phetimonh
bronchial and asthmatic attacks, weakene
and dobijitated state of the system, all thes
dangerous 'symptoms arc cjjred by ilDi
Swayse's Compound Sybup or NVjldChecbv.
The first doso gives relief, and the worst col
and sofq lungs yield to its healing propertie
An occasional dose of "Sway.ye's Pills
should be taken to keen the bowels free.' The
are excellent for torpid liver and bilious con
A Frankfort (Ky.) physician writes:* 8om
, months ago tfye daughter of one of oqr prom
nent citizens was pronounced hopelessly cot
aumptivo. She was very much reduced i
1 flesh, terrible cough; her life gradually was
ingawav. I recommended her to use "D;
sffay.hi/a Compound Svnpp op \V?u> Cherry,
which she did. Jn a short tjn^e she was frt
1 from all cough and other symptoms, and
r now ro8y anu healthy.
[ Price, 23 cents and $1 a bottle, or six bottl
. for $5. Tbo large size is the most economics
. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne & Son, Phil
delphla. Sola by druggists. ttiibaw
So Matter What Happen*
You may rest assured that'you are safe :
1 being speedily cured byTuoMAs' Kcukctk
3 Oil in ill pa$es of rheumatism, neqralgi
toothache, etc. One trial' only Is necessa:
3 to provplta efficacy,
IT* A Good Square SXaal
se I? too often followed by a' disordered sto
ig Bcb, symptoinsof dyspepsia or iDdlgestic
a Every miserable dyspeptic In the laud shoo
x. know that he can be cured by a timely i
g. Burdock Blood Bittkm. Price $1.00.
JJ No MATTER what the mouth's (IIsoiiit..jlow
'"?! the brwith or tetih's decsr?
Ot With SOZOUuST oil all ire tclia,
n . And swiftly iweep It fur aw?y,
io
IU TTUMW
10 ===========================
to MEDICAL.
- CATflR^H
I Sanford's Radical Cure
it /
;]; INSTANTLY RELIEVES
lo The moit violent Sncojliiuor Hra.l CoMj, clean II
Si licnrt ?i by ninglc, ?lci|>? watery dlmlmms frura II
5: note and eyes proveiit* riugltiiMinUcs In th*hea
ia cures Noivous IIcAductio and subdues Chilli at
rtver.
IN CHltONIC CATARRH
It clonics tho noNil ragtage* of foul mucus. r
L >tnrM the Rcnie* ofamcll. ta?te and hearing wlu
1/ ujicptcu, frees tho hca^.throut and bronchial tub
ft of oOV-nMye, choking matter, aweclciu mid pnrifl
\\ tho breath, kto|M the cough and arreits the i.rogre
f* of Catarrh toward Coiuura|)tlon.
? A FUIIELY BALSAMIC
Distillation of witch Intel, American pine, Canai
flr. marigold, clover blossoms, eta Sweet. aaf
< cfl'eetlye. One hottlo Had leu 1 Cure, one box Ci
]i tarrhal Solvent and one Dr. danford'i Inhaler, I
\ "ne twickBRC, of all druggists, 51. a*lc for 8a;
? rou/a lUmcAt, Crits.
!i WKKKN A 'OTTKIt.llOfllou.lHniM.
1 coM-ite-ELECTRICIT'
SS G?n.l,c; j'ct effective, unite
li t- OAy\JSlS with Healing llalaim, ret
f. (,or coi.i.ins' volt a i
e ij jrr JiLKCTKIC p l a 8 t e r
c s one hundred thnea sup'rk
a t" all other plaster* for ever
v (??? & J'ailt, Wcnkncs ami Inflan
?/ JtTT-r-aS ina'ion. Price 2.1 rent'
j * AqTu*^ Bold everywhere. my25?M.>T
i; l!vwwvvvv^^
i MALT BITTERS1
l! MALT, HOPS, gU!KIIIE BARK, ETC, '
A Blood Food for
e T\ELTCATI3 Woartf, XunsiNO Momrits,
u Sickly CtnumRN, tiic A<?co, Cosvalcs*
> CKST, UvEipyonnhi), C.WEWOIM, E>UCUTBD,
ft ncuvoub and tjleerlesd.
iO Tl*e? Boro NoarUMmrOiM *nr Jla't liquor, wMU
C (roe froa It* bjutluaj propcrllri.
r 1'UKNITUKE, CAKPKTS, aV.
5 HEADQUARTERS FOR'
j FUTURE
jj A2VX>
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r
i
f ii rn if i s ro T sy 'c 'a>i
' foPJ IlllulC 3SIDKIIOAUDS Bud*W JUU]
r
. ? If Our Nevr Patterns arc no\
"arnntft n embracing MOQUKTT&1
111 I IIH I X I VKLVRfS, llRU.-SELS, W
, U UI [J UIU IPESTRY and INGRA1N&.
i
. Ft 1 Our assortment of Rugs is vet
U flffA flirse, embracing 'SMYRNA. VEl
nllU \I VK-lS. MOSQUhTTKS, HKUS3HLS
11II C*U I TAPESTRY. utul many othe ?.
i Linoleum Oil Cloths!
All ami Standard Makes,
Window Shades!!;
Patterns (or Store# and Private Dwellings.
Rattan Chairs!#!!
a lull line of the Wakefield and lieywood Bros.
Folding Chairslis
the three leading factories of the country.
| Chamber Sete!:iii
_ I fa 1 ?Thcw goods wchav
?Parlor SBistes^
1 any other house in th? city.
B
f
! UNDERTAKING
t Constantly on hand nil the litest styles METALI
CASKETS, CASHii and WOOD ?X)FFLN8
j furnished on hliort notice.
mh"8 SOU
I JpUli.N'ITUKE AKD CARPETS.
[ Wo have the Inmost and moat jcluct frtocle In 01
? line ever brougtit 10 Centre Wheeling, comiiatinm
i; Fine Chamber and Parlor Suits
And a large line of
1 Carpetd, Oil t'lotlis unil Window Slntdei
Which wc will ECll *s low n? goods of llko qualll
can be bought In the market. Call and see u? ati
gut our price# and you will buy of us.
li UNDERTAKING
l0 Promptly and carcful'y attended to, dayorulgh
J; Telcphoue So 68. CivHh nu*werod at all noun.
" WM. SINK * ?ON,
J fyf. fnr. Mwrfcptanrt Tui'ntv-fctH'nnil Bi?
" I HAT-S -A-MP..CAps'
: HATS AND GAPS
U
" Spring- Styles'
?; NOW IK STOCK AT
" ftMRfilU MATMftN1!
vjjyuMU UI JUXJHAAUVVJL1
BS
ll- 1222 MARKET STREET,
a* mh!7
Q-OLD ORNAMENTED
MOULDINGS.
Ic Call and see tho Beautiful Patterns at nil
a, velousjy low price*. f:';v.(V
rr KIRK'S AHT STORE,
1005 Main street.
?
P ' ^ TOLU, ROCt
. For Coughs, Colin, Soro Throat, Ilronchltl
J. all Mucuses of tlioTlir
' over 1,000,000 bottle:
5 IIMIIJSil
1,1 diseases ot Hie THROAT, CHEST ami I.USOS,
pounded as lo tiio celebrated TOt.U, KOCK am
properties, It nllbrda a diffusive stimulant and
t.. lias been relieved.
RAIiTlflN I Don't be deceived by unprincipled
en unu I lull I ftml Hyu [n p|uc0 0[ ollr 'fOLU, 110
article made?the genuine bearing the nlgnatui
clary Government Hump on each bottle.
PUT Ul> IN QUART SIZE DO
iiMtii ?v .uahti.\, rroprictnn, Chicag
L* Sold by DltUG UISTS, GROCElti
'* ?* WKI/rY A into., Wholesales Agcuta, who wi
In ocl-rrhMW
<
LOTTERIES.
y "" 4-o.tk~?
!(1 I'opnlur Monthly Drawing of the '
l" la Uio City of Louisville, on
[ Wednesday, May 31,18S3. i
These Drawinpi occur monthly (Sundayi cxccpU
ed) under the provision* of an Act o! the General
Assembly of Kentucky.
The United States circuit Court on March 81st
rendered tho following dcvlstoa*:
the Commonwealth Ciatributioa Com2d?Its
"Rawing* are Fair.
N. B.?The Company has now on hand a loree
gem Fund. Bead carefully the list of prlxea lor j
MAY DRAWING.
J ?}" S30,uuuj 100 IMzeu S100 eacli.SlO.OOO '
} J#16 W.OOOpW Frizes ISO each, 10,000
L iZ0,V v 6.000,600 Frins 120each, 12,000
? fSS81^^;!?!1-000 prkea 310cac!, 101000
l Ks; SS S: a wrai,!m"10'' K. i
- 9 Frizes 1100 each, " ? ZZ 900
1.9(10 Prfnis. 811?4(X)
H'heloTickets?!!, ITnirTickets,$1. "2J
Tickets, $50. 55 Tickets, $100.
Remit Mtuicy 01 Bank Ilrnll In U'llcr, or m;hJ by
?PH?. Don't send l?y Registered Letter or Foetnmm
Ortfpp Onloni #.f ?n i t>
-.-v.. I.uu uiinniug uy r?*prv?,
can be BontKt our expense. Addrcm all order* to
R. M. HOARDS!AN, Courier Journal Building,
Louisville, Ky., or &. M. BOARD MAN, 300 Broad!
war. New Vny'g. itnrJJ Tpag
MERCHANT TAILORS. (
. NEW SPRING GOODS
' C. Hess & Sons,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Have now in Stock a Full Line of
, Fancy and StapleWoolens
1J0T1I FOKEIGX AM) DOMESTIC,
Which we ofTer at
y
c Prices that Defy Competition.
Other Woolens at lowest prices. We carry
I the largest line of Roods in the city, and our
I Get Ups are First Class in every respect.
1 A FULL LIKE OF
0GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!1
e
J -
e
Tcrsons desiring anything in our line will
find it to their interest to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
I o. Hess ?Sc Sons,
y
mho Cor. Mnin and Fourteenth 8ts.
DRUGGISTS.
la " ;
II
a
, IT IS MISERABLE ECONOMY
11 To destroy your stomach with the cheap Alum .
Making Powdvra. I^uan, List ?fc Co'8 KX<;ELSIOU |
" BaKP.nG l'??WDER Ls pure and wholesome,mid
costs the consumer but a tritle innre ih?n ihe dyspepsia
producing article. Bold by the best dealers,
and by
e LOGAN & CO.,
Druggifw, Bridge Corner,
n ; :
A TIMELY WARNING. ;
Purify your Cellar*. Sewers, Sinks, Ac., and keep
away disease, The beat and cheapest disinfectants
In the market (.old by
WAN & CO.,
^ Drugglsta, Bridge Comer.
? DON'T DEPEND ON TENNOIt,
But call and'buy one of bur cheap Thermomrteri or
?m Ot.il L-m.n I
We imve nlso ihiir\/ Thermometer/, ChamoU Skint,
Turl'lth Touch, tymnet, ,(r., ai remarkably lowprice*.
_ LOOAN A CO.,
a >nvn HnigglMK RrMt'p fVmtPT.
= gTKICTLY PUKE
3 PERSIAN INSECT POWDER,
^ 'In quantity to suit purchaser.
For Sale nt
jj EDMUND BOOKING'S, Agent,
PHARMACY,
t myfl No. 1 Odd Fellows' Hull,
PHOTOGRAPHY.
|JAiWUi.AO ?
\ PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,
1205 Market street,
?y24 Opposite MoLuro Houw.
0RAYON PORTRAITS AT
MYLES' ART STTJDIO,
Wo. glM MAIN RTRKKT.
irr 1
?RUG LABELS JAUD WRAPPERS.
Hand Hills, lTogmrarars and Dodders, in the
test style, at the iMcUlgenccr Job uffleo, Nos. 25
jvnd27 Fourteenth atrs?v,
CANDRYB.
B96B9M8KY*VTFI9R5XKBEflH
?, Adtlinia, Pnonmotiio) t'oiiaumptloii, and
oat, Clii'.st nnd Langs.
S CONSUMED ANNUALLY,
ways been one 0/ the moit important) trea pong
id.by the MEDICAL FACULTY against the
ichmenta of COUGHS,COLDS, BRONCHITIS,
111 its incipient and advanced-stages. and all
ittVc* r .v! 4ccn >0 Advantageously comA
Il\ L. rn addition to ita ?oothlng Balsamic
tonic, to build up the system after the cough
I dealers who try to palm off upon yon Rock
ra?n,ll?^'c'1 's l'10 only Medicated
re, LAWRENCE & MAltTIN, on the l'ropri TILES
FOR FAMILY U8E.
o, 111., and No. 6 Barclay ?troct, Now York.
$ and DEALERS Everywhere.
II supply the trado at manufacturing prices.
CLOTHING?J, BR/LLES.
llMlSTREET.
J. BRILLES,
*
THE SQUARE DEALING
One Price Clothier,
MT5Y0U BEFORE YOU BUY i
j
To look nt our Ticce Goods.
To look at our Scotch Cheviots.
To look at our Cusemer^B.
To look at our Silk Mixed Heather.
To look at our Worsteds.
To look at our Cloth.
To look at our Crepe and Tricot.
To look at our, Punts Patterns.
gCXMIE AKTD SEE1
oorau ana see our Keady-inude Clothing.
Come and see our all Woolen Suits. 1
Come and see our Cheviot Sufis. '
Come and see our Diagonal Suits. j
Coiue and see our Worsted Suits. i
Come and see our Middlesex Flannel Suits, i
Come and see our Mixed Suits. 1
Come and see our Light Pantaloons. j
BTJ1T
Buy your Youths' Suits from Brilles. 1
Buy your Boys' Suits from Brilles. ?
Buy your School Suits from Brilles. '
Buy your Children's Suits from Billies. ,
Buy your Kilt Suits from Brilles. i
Buy your Fine Shirts from Brilles. t
Buy your White Vests from Brilles. 1
Buy your Neckwarefroni Brilles. j
J". BRILLES. i
J. Brilles has the Largest Stock.
J. Brilles has the Best Made Goods.
J. Brilles has the One Price System.
J. Brilles hns the Finest Salesroom.
J. Brilles has the Nicest Furnishing Goods.
J. Brilles has thn Rtvlna -
J. Brilles lins the Cheupcst Goods.
J. Brilles has One Price Only. 1
ALSO
Ye Keep?Rubber Goods in all varieties.
Satchels in Solid Leather.
Umbrellas in Silkaud Gingham.
Collars and Cuffs in three- and
four ply Linen. '
Kid, Lisle^ Thread and Berlin
Gloves. ' 1
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Silk, Lisle Thread, British and '
? Fancy Half Hose.
Lisle Thread. Gauze, Lace and
Balbrigan Underwear.
J. BRILLES,
11C8 Main Street.
mvlG ' .
GROCERIES AND TOBACCO.
$1000 REWARD
WILL BE GIVEN IF ANY
GLAZING OR INJURIOUS MATTER
Can be found in
MODE'S AURORA
UNGLAZED COFFEE.
ASK JTOK
Maddux's Aurora Wee.
WHOLESALE HE POT AT
S.BAEM SONS'
Silver liiiko Flour House.
mh28
"%.-t-T?TXT T5TOtt urn/M.
['ARSONS' PDltGATIVE PIUS
.^a^v^LT Web Wood. and will completely chut?*
the blood In the entire ?yiit?ra In throe month*
Injr person who will uke one pill each night from
one to twelve week* may bemtorad to wundhealth,
U ?uch a thing be powlblo.
Bent by mall for dght letter atiunp*.
J. 8. JOHNSON A CO.,
Mm, fnnwrlr *Ut?mr.M?
"POSTERS. HANGERS, CARDS, ETC
lancer" oi'omre.c,'n'' ^ Wl'.
- - ? - (
ELECTION MOT! Cg.
Comity Election Notice. 1I
ELECTION WIT 10, till
At a ino?tlup of the Doardof CommlKtoncra ol
Ohio County. heldonMondny, theStndayof Mar, .
1882, the following actlou was had, and or\lcr
adopted aud made, rU ? .
The Board of Comuiluloucta of the County ot
rthto. deeming It desirable llmt the Countyof Ohio M
should appropriate. by subscription to UiecaiittiU
lock of tue rtbecllug, l*arker?bunc ?b < barleaton i
Hallwayromp?ny, a corporation uuder th?? lawsof \ )
West Virginia, the sum ulTweuty thousand Dollara , .
1120.000.00). to aid tit tluj s& mm
triiuy'N railroad, to be constructed In and near Mild V
county, the ItoHrd of CnmniMuuirof Ohio County .
dolh now direct and order that ? vote tw taken ln: ;-v:M
aid county upon the (luoalou o( a subscription by !
tho &aid County of Ulilo to thocrtplt-l mock o( the ]
Wheeling, l'rtikcrnburtf & tluirlwton 1UI way coin*
pany, ol the sum of Twenty Thousand Italian 1
UtW.UOO.OO). SaM subscription to be paid lu tho F/rffiJ
I coupon bond* of said county, bearing lmervst at
| tbu rate of 4% per centum per aunum and redeem*
1 ablu within iwuuiy-llvv years, <u tho Uoacd may
direct.
Much vote shall bo tAken upon the question afore* . 1
said at the usual voting place* in tudu county, at a !
special election which It hereby ordered to bo taken , ;i
and held for tho purpose on
Satnrduj", tlio lUtli Day of Juno. 1832.
M. Edward*, John Kctmcraud F. Fry, are hereby
appointed Comralsxlonersofsald election at the voting
place In s?ld county, at the Vigilant Kugluo
House, lu Washington district,
L. Orth, F, Foluier and K, Manna, aro hereby ap* i
pointed CommUalonenol said eloctlon at tho Yotiuf
place hi said county, at Fulton, lu nashinaton dl*.
R. II. Glllcaple, R, F. Crlitrcll and Hugh Jfcflaw, 1
are hereby appointed Commissioners of w?ld elec?$$?f$H
lion at the vuitng place In kaUI county, on Wheeling
Inland, in MaillMJiidUtriet.
0. K. Wheat, M. l'o.lock and T. II. Logan, aro ,
hereby appointed Commissioners of h Id election atjvftSJg
the voting plnco in said county at the Becoud Ward
Miuket House. In Mudlxon district. , # .;
M. Weill/. >V. H. ivterxm ttnd John Clator, nro 1
hereby appointed CommUslonurs of t?ald election at tho
voiIiik place In laid county, at tho Court House,
In clay iluli IcL
auk. uoeriug, E. C. JclTcni and It. Crawford, aro
hereby apiwlntctl i ommhwionera of said election
ho voting place In Bnid county, at tho AtUntlo Ku* ,
glne House, in Cuion district.
John Vogler, Sr., T. R. Aloflkt and Win, Mylea are I
hereby appointed Uomratailoiien of sal-1 ehctlon at r' ;;:i
tho voting place In mid county, at tho Quard's Uo6o
Houh), in Centre district.
a. Marts, J. .u. Toua ?ud L. It. Crosse, are hereby
appointed Commissioner* of ?Ud elfcilon at tho vol*. wliVi
lug place in ?uld county, nt tho Uulted Khuine
House, in Webster district.
Thoniiw Mccrcady, Ifandtan and John
Bruwn are hereby appointed Commissioner* of suld . i-;
election at votlug place in said county, at the
house of Lewis Amuus, In Ritchie district. , ;
J. S. (iarvln, R. Criswell ana John llowman aro
hereby appointed Commissioners of said election at wrej
tho voting place in Mid county, at Bethlehem,
Adams' School House, in Ritchie diiltict i
John Ifelfcubeue, Andrew Vance and k Wheeler ;
are hereby appointed Commissioners of election at
the voting place in said county, at I'rccluct >o. 1, i
At the house of Frederick llier, iu Trladelphlu disrict
WfflluV Alo* ? ..? T-?? nl *' *V
uuu ,'iuura WiU-'^ffiSgaa
ham ate hereby appointed Comnilssloueis of said
election at tho voting placo in (aid county, at Pie- .'- s'/f-'S
cinct No.'.', at the hou*i of Wealcy ilobluaon, Trl*
idclphla district. '
Joseph L. Bcdl'Ion. Geo. Woods anil William
Meml- gcr are hereby appointed Comtulnionoti of
taid election nt tlto voting place In raid county, at
Precinct No. 3. at tho School House noar Leatherwood,
In Triaaelphia district.
Win. Gaston. It. H. WlUUmson and Isaac Davis !
?o hereby appointed Commissioners of said eloc- Hon
at tho voting placc in said county, at Precinct
So. 1, at the houau of Wm. bcagley, in Liberty dla- .-jjVjS?
ti let. :
8 8. Jacob, Horace UldRcley and James Dixon are
hereby appointed Commissioner* of said election,
it the voting place In said wunty, at 1'tccluct No., I
.atthehousoof William Irvine, In Liberty dlv
irict.
J. C. Fads. James McCnrimon and Isaac Sncdckcr ' "
ire hereby appointed cimiuilsslonew of sala ele<s'ft&VlK3$
tlon at voting place Iti mid county, at precinct ' ' v'l
So. 3, at tho house of Gibson's heirs, In Liberty dlsIrict
Wm. North, sr., Eugene Rld^eley and John Turplu
are hereby njijxilntcd coinmireioneis of said , 'i
iiectlonut the voting place in suid county, at pre:iuct
No. 1, athlchlaud school house-, at Klchland ?
liit rift. i
A.D. Garden, A. J. McColloehand Ebcnezer Mc- i
3ce, are hereby appolnttd commlssloncra of said "'Cwkts
ilcction at the voting place In said county, at pro-;f?5^w3?
Inct No. 9 at Glen's Kun school house,1 in Hlchlaud
district. ???
And It shall bo tho dntv of said commissioner*
lereby appointed for cach of said voting pluccs
iforesald to cause such vote and po'l to be taken, flrarafsj
ind to take the same, and to asc?rtalu the result '
.hereof at the voting pluccs in said county for
ivhlch they are appointed commissioners. And the
..... . ...... ... U.UI VI MIU tUMIIK I'WLTH " '
ihall be taken on the day awl year aforesaid, and ag
.he result ascertained and ccrtirtoti according lo
.lie regulations prescribed by law for ascertaining
ind certifying the election if school ofllcre. ...
The ballou used at said election nhnll liovo
.vrittenor printed on them either tho words "For
jnlwcrintlou," or the word* "No Subscription.'* .-.Viv^
The Clerk of said Hoard shall cause an many coprs
of Ihte onler lo be written or printed ns way to . yi
iccewory for the notice* required by law to be Riven. '-rrFXffi
utd sign the same. huldClU'k shall lorthwith pout"
me of ?ald copies In a conspicuous nlacc In his* nleo .
ind deliver the other topic* lo the Sheriff of the
Munty ot Ohio, who shall forthwith oost one of
add conic* In ? conspicuous place at every place of
rotinu in the said county.
Audit Li further ordered Jhat a copr of this order
>e published In tho dally i?pera until Raid el?ctlon\\?5$g^
n the following ncwgpatienj publbhtd In said
rotintv: The ally Wheeling Jttgi?!er. the fully
* hwlii)g l.NTELUatscER and the Daily Wheeling
I vlbblntt.
A Copy?Teste;
ROBERT B. WOODS,
mvO CWk of the Board of CnnmMoneri
STATIONERY'
JUST RECEIVED.
FINK PARLOR PAPER
AND Vi&vJ
Coi 1 i n *?
llso all the Latest Styles of GOIA PLAIN |
and MICA CEtLlKG PAPER.
The largest stock and greatest variety in - ^
:he city.
JOSEPH GRATES,
my 11 N?. 2fl TwHflli utrept
WALL PAPER!
Just opened Una week another new stock of ;$$?$
all kinds of .
Paper Hangings, Borders, Dados
AND FREEZES
OK THE LATEST DE8I0NB.
Also a full Hue of v
Cloth and Paper Shadings,
Inspection of my stock invited. V;
J-OHISr FRIEDEL,
wy? Hflft MATE fiTRKKT.
SILVERWARE!
New Designs will be opened
THIS WEEK
at ;
I. G. DILLON'S,
1223 MARKET STREET.
PriceH Very Low.
mh2fl
miscellaneous.
QALIFORNIA /
CA.TSTISTEI> GOODS,
Aimrifcnt.ts. Ilsirf.lflff. "Pnnra X'tsMi
Egg Plums, Green Gages, &c.
Fifty cases of the abovp just received and
for sale low.
U. SCHITJLZ,
my3 1310 Market Street. . . '
ONION SETSllg!
10 llushcls Silver Skins.
20 r.itsliels Yellow Slnisburgi
IN GOOD ORDKU.
H. J. SMYTH,
nih31 Cr>r. Market nwl .Htli
PICNIC?TO BK GIVEN BY. COL- ;
UMBTA 1.01)0 K. No. 2, a. a. I. <t * W. ut
NevfKalr Ground*. Wheeling Maud, SATURDAY, ;-^.&h
MAY v'th. 18K2.' Kccry cirort will bu mftdc to ten- ; xo
,0cr the occasion one of i>lcu?unj nnd amusement. .
Ar'angemcnw lmve I won made with MCrtmj'rs C.vY.
Lucas. We?i Wheeling Kerry ?rd Little Anna to
fnrnUh transportation at reouced rates. To ono and ,
, all, we cordially Invito you to come and enjoy yourl
selves. mylB ;

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