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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, July 11, 1882, Image 3

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the riiiM's* Cure WIicii Toothing:
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l'ji..?hiii"v: i'lin-tlloln ti1k bowkih,
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'Si Price -oc, per llotlle.
.IMIGHUN BKOS. ft CO.. Proprietor,
WHEELING. W VA.
DR. JTE. SMITH,
NO. 1117 CIIAPL1NK STItEKT.
Ti'lct vi-iviicc of * phjMrian's Miree? Is the tcs*
ny(.fiiL?pHtient?. Tlir itiereH-?in^ demand* for
SI l>ii fi*"!on?tI service* provo th.?t I hnvoik'nlt
i <u>.nMy htii! fairly with who have consulted
7'- I u- svruH;a patient'* name without pcnnlv
^ though I have many liundrvd lertiflnucs from
' -. whom I liavcnin <l after they had beeniiro
-nv'J IllCWi'iV'li:. .\ HKinxiKU lllCUHHIvu'Hnuiill.
w-ih tsjiv years hocpitul experience and f'ltnlllHrity
I*ther?WJl!c agents. a close oK?erv#nw of temKia.i)Ul
[ivullaritlc? and strict attention tn
Hfin-lc mmiaaomont Insnn* wieccK*. H cure U
I^bk', Mill I frankly give the rat lent my opinion.
IIOME PROOF
Kitr.rr nil" Livei I)iww**? and Rheumatism.?
terribly.?-Xotliinseemed to help roe:
wiMut cetout of bed. l?r. .cmlth pupn! mo."
ZEIT. PHILLIPS.
\\ heeling. W. Va.
r*t*nh. ivlypa* of Nose. Impaired Volt* ?Suf oviUit
par*: intent medicine /ailed to help me.
w.inUfcaK&vlctcly cured me. CHAKLK8
CtlADDCCK,
of Speldel ?fc Co, Wheeling.* W. Va.
i7*pfp.'? n!?l Dice rated Stomach.?"Treatment
witw'w'.Vd logivo mo relief. Dr. Smith cured
iy \" THoMAS HuLT, Insurance Agent.
'"V-' lfid them for fourteen year*. Dr. -Smith
"tada-." LOUIS F. WASHINGTON.
v.i/ilt, KunnlnRSorcsoa Head.?"My m>u whs
Lr fourteen years. Nothing seemed to
"l^kici. Dr. Smith cured him."
MISS. CATHKIUNECAP3,
Mnrketstrcet. Wheeling. W. Va.
.-."Suffered for years with cancer. Had it
nUout three time*. It returned after each operatuJ.
l)r. .-mith cured me without knife caustic or
Ka." MRd. H. M. ORCUTr.
Fl?ttil.i of Anus.?Ma: of my back for 1*?
Reported dying. Dr.Soithcurcd me withknife,in
fiveWeek*. ....
TJ70MAK COLVIN.
}Vho!'tnle Grocer, Main St., Wheeling. W. Va.
rfamtloiu of Heetum, Prola|?tu and I'llr* ?
_*i>giv?a up to die and pronounced incurable.
Smith cured m?? without knife."
WASHINGTON DEL A NY,
Martin'* Ferry,
wr. If. 0. Ladd writes?"Dr. Smith's professional
in my family have been mot mtlsiactory
*~'J. I commcnd hiut to all us a gentleman and a
**!'"ul physician." .
Hr\ \i*rg?rei Knlb say*-?"I had Iteen tmflerlnK
;* HVv-i yv,u> dRlj treated by many physicians for
1 r?tvv?U. nr. Smith *aid I luul a tape-worm and
"ulsnt hour*removed a monster 1W ifCt long."
KmaleComplainK?'1'hrco years in ho>pltals for
tir?- ine (R-oiiliur ad vantage* in such cast's.
Vpom cured of catarrh, dl<?ue? of heart, liver,
n^aarh. ki.tr.ey-. ?Un. blood, nertotis affections
*?kn.->M> of men and youth, scrofula and
" aaatotify to Wy Elects*. \
{lin cured without the knife. ,
Wwr.u at * ti.taut may bo treated bv letter and
nUiTicll'in v:iHrauteed. A chart for self examlna jfi
K'tit ou rwvlpi of two three cent stamps, and
Mrwe Mur-,.1 Uw.
0.n>.il',itio:i m oisice free. OlUce hours from 'J a.
s.taTr. m.. lUi'.y. Call on or address
J. K. SMITH. M. P.,
_PT'. Nrt.lH7CliaplIneht? Wheeling.-W. Va.
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N apoj-illvc nn.\ remtsly tor Ml Norvoui
lilp--rtK-?> In every vuccot life-youiu or old, nun
<-t female: inch *.< Impottncy. Prartr*^0"..!^**01
Ktrensth, l/*s of Vllalltv, Ivfutlvo Memory, *m'
l*inil brain I'ower, au?l from which
| unnatural waa'e of life rprinrx ell of which cannot
W1 w utulcrmiiie the *ho'.?? ?rery orpin
i* w.-ttciiPiJ, every power iimatrato'l, ?iut wanT
Inna?n( Aten^itreKOiicnklM which, if nntcbcfiV*"1-are
the way to *n early ileath. U rejuvintie* at?1'
will MnricoraUvi youth. K*oh tmcinro contain!
roWriont for two weeks' trOHtetui. Wnte lor p*?v
ph'et. which will bOKUifrvc. with full particular*.
Sold by *11 Pnipd?tx at 50 cent* a t*ek?ce, Ot
twrhe pickaxes for $5 0?. Will bo Mini !rw by m?ll
oa receipt of money. by mldrwlnc
WRRB'S hl'LKCTRlC MLDICIN'K CO..
A cure KUftntnUxHl. Pcff&lo, Sf. Y.
UX5AN A CO.. WboleMlo Hid KotAll AKrtitt
yv+llr.g. itAW-jatf.
IS"JECT?ON*. Ua^-.u.v.. euro far nil Dlnchar(^?.
lunsrin*. Sffiartin^ and PaiuAil BeuttUons of to#
If RINAB.Y PASSAGES
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4 :. ;:ctn?iuon thUpaper. ?* *
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CwutrT. Wr. 1.1- 31ar?U? Qulucy, MicU.
. WfDICAL.
^ IB ?
THEWONDER OF HEALING!
f!fl+.OTO?Vl 1110 I?*ti*nr? U thn only
"Pecltfo <?r thl* dlwunn,
Cold In Ilrad, ke. Our "C'nliirrliiurr,"
?l*clally preparedlomeet wrl<nn mire. Our
Nn?rt! My Invuluablo for wo In ct.
Urrtul affection*, Uiluiploond lucxpcuilve,
Rbenmatlsm. Neuralgia. sysr
tlon hM cured ?o w*uy c?t^*of Uie?o dl#.
troutag complaints m the Exlriicl.
Hemorrhages.
"T ? Rtonuch, Now.nr from any cau?<*, laipccdt.
ly controlled uud itupixid.
Diphtbcria and Sore Tbroat. met
promptly. It lo a iinro cure, UiUy U
lUugerom.
For I'ilrn. TlUnd, Vllerclina or Itch*
f ng? It is the greatest kuow* remedy.
Cnutton.-MSD'S EXTRACT hn* bttn fm{. '
fa/erf. Ttii penuint /ill* the irorilt " J'OSIt'ti
KXTRACT' blotrn in lUtilain, andimr picture
(rad*-inarkoH Kiirrvuruliny buf vrapper. Sunt
ofhtr it peniiine. Aluup* inM?t on hating
rOSIi'8KXTIIACT. Tnkt noolhtr preparation.
U << nerer told in bulk or by mraiurt.
HTtXHKVTTT.% AXD TOILET AnTtCLX*.
POND'S EXTRACT 50c., Sl-00, $1.75Tollot
Cream 1.00 Catarrh Cure ,7V
Dentifrice 50 Plaster 25Lip
Salve 25 lnha!er<Glai?50c.>t.OO
TolletSoan(3Cakei). CO NasalSvrlnire..... 25
Ointment'. 50' Mediated Paper- 25
Family Syringe, $1.00.
Lamm, read i>?rpi? 13, If, 21 and 2fl of our
2i#w I'ampblet, vliich accompany cach bottlo.
rftoun ntwl'auphlkt with hlbtoiit or
OCU ratl-abattoy# 8tnt FltEE 0?f arrucatjos
to
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
14 West 14th St., Now York.
Full line of above preparations displayed
In ono of Pond's KxtrnctCo.'s Show Cases and
sold by I/jpan it Co., 058 Main Street, Wheel*
iup; also by C. Moenkemooller, corner Market
and Twenty-second Streets, Centre Wheeling
jel.Vrrlisvw
TUTTSPiLLS
Hg^gggagga
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of tbo present generation. It la for the
Cure of" tHia disoaso and Its attendants,
81CK-HEADACKE,_ BILIOUSNESS. DYSPEPSIA.
C0NST1P ATI0N.P1LES. otc., that
TUTT'S PILLS havo^ gained aworltl-wido
roputatiop. "Ko^Uomody has over been
discovered that acta bo gently on tbo
ffigestlvo organs, giving them vigor to assimilate
food. -Ah a natural rosuftTtho
Korvoua SyBtom itTBraced, tho Muaolea
aro Developed, Had tho 13ody Robust.
Clxills and Povor.
E. RIVAL, rv PIant?r at Bayou Sara. La..ftara:
ZSy plantation la In a malarial district. For
aoveral yearn X'could not mnlco half a crop on
account of blllouo dlscnnea and chills. I wan
nuarlT dlacouraffod whon X began th? u?t? of
TUTT'8 FILL6. The rcault win marv?lou?:
,my laborers soon txjcamo b'-nrty and rubuct,
and 1 have had to further trouble.
Tlio.r rcl Ictp Ihr rncorew! Liver. rlrnmo
tli?- ItlouJ from jM)l?mou* liimior*. nml
niuw Ihr bmrcU to u?*t nainriilly. uUhout
whirl) noonr rnn lot! well.
Try tlil? remedy ftilrlr, anil you *r 111 cnla
n licnllliy Migration. VJs?rttu?Itixlv. l*nrt*
lllnoii. MroueA'mr*. nndaSouml I.ltrr.
l'rlcr.SSCcnli. Oilier, 33 Murray St.. X. V.
TUTS \m DTE.
Obav IlAirt <?r Whiskers chanttd 10a 0xsmsv
Ili-^cK by 11 hlnale application of this nvt It
Imparts a natural color, and acta InstsntnnoottMy.
Nild by Druggista, or m*nt by expreu on receipt
of Ono Dollar.
orrioc. 3f3 Murrnv Street, New York.
(Or. Ttrrrs 3IAXVA t. ?./ Vnlttahlc\
Information eiitl Unefiit ifrcefj'fn B
?f ilt Or iiinltnt flllX on tippUrtitimi.y
THE CSKXRiiSX-;
While ether Baking Ponders ere largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
drugs,
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The beet evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its having received the highest tostimoni1
ale from the most eminent chemists in the
United Stctes, who have analyzed it, from
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true test?the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
?MADE BYSTEELS
& PE.ICE,
ChiciiRo, HI., and St. Louis, Mo.,
tj?nuf?rlur?r? of l.npalln T???? firmi. Dr. rrl'?'? Sp*cU)
Ikitrlni rurins ??J Dr. I'rlrV. 1'rrfuaiM.
I CnT3hflnmn+isin. IjI:m-1
baso.LamcBack, Sprain and
Bruises, Asthma, Catarrh,
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
Diphtheria, J3ums, Frost
Bites, Toolfj, Bar, and J?egd'
ache, ana allpains and aches.
i TUe fcwt Internal u. ,' retneUjr In the
wut'uL Ererjr Uitt'.a tfuarantccj. SoW h* m*Uclne
I i!*AUi?fTcty?here. Directum*in UajwiM.
frk* ami Ji/c.
FOSTER, MJLQURN A CO., Pfop'ri,
BUFFALO. K.Y.,V.S.JL
1 |Jpoan?fclaMJuln?luwlti>th?jiiic<lica/nrutpv
j j ?lou onjl tha jnibHc fit brg*? Ly S.^ltfllurt- p
??j I'x, wnoiiaiprwcyiucM u WI'IH |M,
tlents, ami In every raso with thn nn*t c&ti
_ (j-itis micccm. nyrwgfla^sMaagga J
?? lucilicturoii lUosysuiiiurnUndy uaijKup^
that <h* rniy other remedy, tun! I# tlio only S
medlcluo it?iJf<l In alniwt every iIIm&m) to ^4
J5 which llrsh it tHr^Kpllopy (t alllnc Fits) *\
Udae lho only cxcvpUwu. /n ihU I'urcva
c pot l-o UV?i. Ill CooatJMllon litiil 2j
: l)k--ivafcfiljoKenia!o()rpn.?ana J<Lxi.1cr, 1
3!.i^Al.JX*ii'^UjK?j:lrc:i with It. rjytUXA J
3* Ij co!apo.<*tj of purely vog?tal>le Ingredients; 3
cschvna, am-r>Kii;r to a J
> Sr.'-vt r?ni'My In llsolf. ClifX!j5^Sf^g5Srtg7t J
" Dr. Ilarttitriti incowueu iueiinuw;KkH
tlioacllvu tirlnclphrs Ir*<m Uiwo 1nffmller?ts I
?, ju;d In combining them Into nnoslinpto com* >J
wlil<hntot!cocoliirl?le?*ltli tlie Vlti "|
3JKtifCA>i:ir Natcii.v in every (Uhsim. ami a
_ {1 tha work of J*?U4.ijlo.i commences with the a
nr*ti!w0. Thorn t3'jtuiai;org?n that It will j
1 not reach nor a rtlMUAjtwl ft not turn. For I
* particular* ixrri.I for * pamphlet. SEU9&9BS SD
^^ ^ ",,>nr" *""?* y
Sold by ?J1 dragpktaand deajers iji iuedlcin<
ife Mtdlfymw.
'Ullt'Pi S'oV. 83 nml 37 1'oiiHftiilhNlrecl.
Of H IMlLtlOAU KYdTKM,
Wlml I'oor** Mnnuni Nlioww-A Tfar ?r
<irrui KHllroml Activity?AlirentCoun*
fry U tinr'o.
New Yoiik, July u,?Advauce sbwiln ot
tno iortncommg volume ol ,l,oor'a "Hallroad
Manual of the United States" havo
boon iwmed. The year 1881 was ono of
extraordinary activity in railroad affaire.
Within the year 0,353 miles of railroad
were built. The greatest inileago for any
previous year was 7,379 miles, in 1871. The
cost, at S-5.0C0 per mile,' of the lines constructed
during the year was $233,750,000.
In addition at least$75,000,000 wereexpended
on lines in progress and $100,000,000 in
improving their tracks, In building new
stations and in lidding to their equipments.
The total amount expended in construction
duriug tho past year was, in round
number*, $100,000,000. Up to tho 1st of
June, 1882,3,077 miles of lino were opened,
against 1,731 for tho same period in 1881.
Tno same rate of increase" will not lie
maintained for tho remainder of tho year,
but .tho aggregate of new mileage is not
likely to be much nliort"<jf 10,000 mile*. It
is certain, says the Manual, that for a long
time to come ' a much greater exteiit ol
mileage will be constructed annually than
was constructed in the past or than will bo
constructed in tho p repent year. The earniftgs
of all the roads in operotiou tho past
over the previous year of $110,000,000--the
rate o( increase (>uinjj very nearly 10 per
cent. The earning equaled $13 GO per
head of our population. Their net earnings
weie $270,051,119, an increase of $21,500,000
over those for 1SS0. Their current
expenses were $449,503,071. The amount
of interest paid during the. year on their
funded debts was $123,887,002; the amount
paid in dividends wjis $1X1,811,1100, against
577,115 411 for 1SS0. The cost of operating
our railroads for the year was $4-111,50.1,071,
or 02 per cent of their gross earnings. The
total amount expended in the construction
of new lines ami in operating and improving
the old one3 was over $750,000,000?the
greater part of this vast sum being paid'in
wages. The number of persons employed
in operating them the past year averaged
fully 12 to the mile of operated
line, or, 1,200.000 in all. The ,
number employed in the construction of
our railroads equaled 400,000, increasing
the total number of employes to 1,000,000,
or about one-thirty-secoud part of our population,
estimated at 5:1,200,000. The tonunge
transported on all the railroads in
the country in 1SS1 cannot have been less
than 8,500 tons to the mile,~or 850,000,000
tons in the whole. The exact amount cannot i
be given from the want of returns from a {
"large number of compnuies. The tonnage j
transported by the railroads making re- ;
turns to the Legislature of Pennsylvania in .
1SS1, and having a mileage of 17,24-1 miles,
equaled 182,410,802 tons; tl?o averaee being
very nearly 7,000 tons to the mile, the |
averge"for the whole country may be esti- 1
mated at onu-half the-average for that
a? ?.l e-.n ?
wm.v. Ull WUUIIIVU > ?!?? w? <w per I
ton, the value of the tonnage moved on j
all the railroads of the United States the
past year, less one-third for duplication,
was, *t>ay, $12,000,000,000, or more thau
$200 ner head of the whole population.
Thirty years ngo the tonnage of all the
railroads in the United Suitesilnl noteqwal .
one-half that of the Erie or New York Central
railroads at present, nor one-sixteenth
that of the total now moved. The value of
the tonnage of 18.11, at $-30 per ton, did not
exceed $250,000,000. or only $10 per head
of population, against a value of $12,000,000,060,
or more than $200 per head in 1SS1.
A number of carefully, tabulated statements
are given to show the good effects of railroads
upon the agricultural development
of the West in new States and Territories,
as well as upon the imports and exports in
the entire country. Au increase of exports
in ten vears is shown to the amount of
$ 147,000,000. of which $3:50.000.000 is said
to have been made up of the products of the
Western States, these being almost "wholly"
tluc to the construction of railroads within
I
Endeavoring to show the "utter groundlessness"
of tbv charges of monopoly made
against railroad .companies, statistics 'are
given making, comparisohs between the
freight rates of 1SS1 and those of :10 years
ago7 The New York Central ami Hudson
Kiver llail road's operations are quoted: "In
1855, immediately after its consolidation,
this road moved 070,073 tons of freight at a
charge of $3,75S,320, and at a cost of $1,530,Oil',
the net being $-,215,403. The tons
, moved one utile, equaled 114,S27,703; the
charge was .3.270- cents; the cost, 1.341
cente; "stlic nef;-1.029cents"'per ton per
mile. In 1S81 thesameroad moved.11,501.37'J
tons of freight at a chnrgo of $20,730,750,
at a .cost of, $11.013,213, the net being
$5,823,537. The n umber of .tons .moved one
mile equaled 2,0-10,6L4,0i>8; the chanre was
.780 cents; the cost, .502 cent; the net,
1 .21S cent "per ton ,per. mile: Vi'hejncrcaue
iu tons moved ^ oil; this road
from . 1855J to'. 1S819 was .10,921)300
the rate of increase being,-?in round numbers,
1,700 per cent. The increase .in ser
vice performed?tons -moved1 one mile?
was 2,531,080,818 tons, the rate of increase
equaling 2,200 percent. The earnings from
freight increased lit.thc rate of.-ISOpercent,
such rate equaliug only one-fourth that of
service performed. The cost of movement
per ton per mile waft-only about one-tlnrd
that for l^j.^ hile^tiie^oetjpet ton.pyr mile
f equaled only about one-ninth that for 1855.
Had the rates charged in 1S81 equaled
thbse of 1S55, thegrcss earnings from freight
the past year would have been $80,450,817
in place "of $2017.>0,7JS, the amount actually
received. % Jlud the-.same net rate been
maintained, 'the -total "jret*/dr 188? would
haye been'-$52,875,030, in place 5,823,537,
the amount actually received. Charges
have been reduced to rates that were believed
to be impossible a few years ago. In
1872 it cost the New York Central 1.129
cents to-movea ton of freight one mile. In
1SS1 it receive<lonly .783 ecnt for a similar
service. In its reduction of charges the
Central Railroad only .represent*
the entire system ' of the country.
The New York, Uke Krlo and Western
Railroad, in 1855,: moved 8-12,055 tons of
ireturn at a enarge 01 ceuw ana at n
cost'of 1.155 ceuts per ton per mile. In
1SS1 it moved 11,080,823 tons at a charge
of .805 ccnt, and at a cost of .520 cent per
ton per mile. Had it charged as much per
mile in 1881 as it did in 1855, its receipts
frpm freight would have been $47,101,SI 1,
in place of $5,473,313, tho amount actually
received, fhe Pennsylvania Railroad
moved, in isy>, 30?,($Q tons of freight at a
charge of 2.740 cents, and ot a cost of J.Gf>2
cents" per ton per mile. In lfcSl it
moved 18,220,305 tons at-n charge of .79*J
cent, aud at a cost of .437 cent per. ton per
mile. Had it charged the same rates in
ISal that jt did in 1855 its receipts for the
past year would have been $73,195,$32, in
place of $10,801,0S9, the amouiit actually
received." Tho charge in 183l wus .S7 cent
lesa than the cost of movement in 1S72.
The result of reduced changes is seen in
tho enormous increase qf freight an.} of jnr
come?quantity making up for reduced
. rat? of pro/ltfi."
llciilll* li>Thl?C'uiii|lr>*.
Tho United States seems to be favored in
climate as well as In natural resources. A
table has been prepared showing the annual
tjeath rate per thousand in tho United
states an?l the eoyei}" plates, ana also iu
the principal Kuropean pojit|iric$. TJje
total dfatlj.raUj fpr tljc IJnitetj Stales is
15:00 per thousand. Tho'fab|o forqis an
interesting comparative study, Tho death
rate in the different States does not vary
to any grc-fjt extent, Maine shows a
death rate ' of l-J.of P?r thousand;
XyOujaiatia, 15*44 j Florida, lj.JSj ' ^rjransgs,
1S.-1G; JJaliiornia, 13.34; '2^"0W' York, -ifjS}
Sew Mexico, '20.37; Massachusetts, 18.60,
Maryland, 1S.9G;. Kansas, "15.22; Missouri,
Ip.Sp:'Virginia, 10.32;; West.JV'iivinia, 11.90
and Jlje5ii<6jppj )2.s}. 1C will be noticed
that Mississippi in thppjtrepje Spjjtb has a
smaller death rate than Maino'jn tlip
North. Tho mountains of "West Virginia
n'seemjo atford better protection to tho i
health than the low lands of the old states.
The District of Columbia shows a death '
rate of 23.G0 per thousand, and
thus proves that its reputation hi an
unhealthy place has not been overstated.
The death rate in the European countries
reaches remarkablo figures. Italy shows a
death rate of 1*9.93 per thousand. Spain <
29.72, France 20 04, Russia 20.45, German
Empire, 27.21, Hungary 45 00, Austria 32.20
Sweden 19.30, and Denmak 19.92.
England and Wales record 21,83
deaths for every 1,000 persons, in
some of the European nations the greatest
attention In paid to wiuilnry measure*, but
in spite of this tho death rate is far greater
than initnvtmrtof the 1'nitcd Stall*. In i
this country theredoesnotseemtobomucii J
choice in locality, utid many persona are .
likely to have their preconceived notions in |
regard to health in certain parts of this
country disturbed by Jan investigation I
of the death rates. States located I
side by sido show the greatest variation
asintuecaso of Connecticut and Massa- }
chusetta, the former showing a death rate
of 14.74 and the latter 18,59. Tennessee
has a death rato of 20.80, while Kentucky |
lias 14.39. There are so many conflicting
influences at work in the ditl'erent States /
that it would be difllcult to get at the exact '
facts. Lurjje cities and imperfect sanitary
measures in some instances overcome a {
naturally healthy climate. In the old
world the crowded population probably 1
has much to do with the death rate. ' J
A Ilusbuud'a l'rcintrtttlona. j
Detroit Free Press. I
The other uiorniug, when a Detroiter t
seated his wife in a car on the Michigan (
Central to mako the journev to Chicago
uiuuu, uu iuuk u iuuk uruunu 111m ana saiu
to lien
"Now, love, if you should want the win*
dow raised, hero a e a dozen gentlemen
who will break their necka to accommodate
you."
"Yes, dear."
"If you feel lonesome and want somebody
to talk with about alluirs in Egypt,
Nouh's ark or the ice period,don't hesitate to
call on any of these gentlemen." .
"I underhand."
"You won't know enough to leave the
car at noon and get your dinner, and
you had better aHk some of them to accompany
you. If they oiler, to pay for your i
meal, don't be squeamish about it," "
"Of course not." I
"You may want to read to pass away '
time. If ho, any of these gentlemen will lie
only too happy to purchase you half h
bushel of the latest books and magazines.
Be careful to save 'em for me to read when
you get home."
"IMI be certain, love."
"Aud you can say to them that we have I
been married four years; we do not live I
happily together, I am a domestic tyrant; I
you have strong thoughts of procuring a "
divorce; you feel that you could love the
right sort of a husband; you like oranges
md peanuts; you are innocent and confiding;
you have never traveled; you are
nfraid o{ L'ettini? lost in Oiiruirn nn/t Vrtii
will be ever so much obliged to any one
who get you a hack, see to your trunk ami
pay all the expenses. Good-by, love."
"Good-by, darl."
And wasn't it strange that not one single
man in that car even spoke to that lady in \
ride of three hundred miles?
3fr<lirnl Kilucnllou Tor Women. (
Prof. Iluxley has been expressing him- *
uolf more decidedly than ever on the subject
of medical education for women. At r
tho distribution of prizes the other day to I
the students of the London School of
Medicine for Women, he said: "The ex- ^
periment has shown that there are hun- V
dreds ot women who have the capacity aud
power to do all the work of medical practitioners
just as well as it has been doue by '
the great majority of their brothers. Why, I
under these circumstances, they should not
be allowed and encouraged to take up the
profession, L cannot understand. It may
interest you, as I bappenud for the t
past twe've months to be a member of j
the medical acts commission, if 1 say a I
a word or two as to the results so far as 1
they affect you. I am obliged to speak
guardedly, because it was only this morn
ing that I signed the report of the committee,
which iias'not yet been laid before
Her Majesty. But I think I may without
impropriety go so fur as to say that the
commissioners were deeply iiuurefcsed with
the importunce of the cpiest'ion of medical 1
education for women. If the recoinmenda- '
tions of that commission be carried out,
whether there be one porthole or many for
admission to the medical register, the way
will not be closcd against women."
Mioitltl Hiivp liecu on the ^cl??t?> and
!.< in n?.
A Uostonian lias an invention which he
asserts will bring any vessel, however I
large, to a stop in from one to ten feet, and
will hold her steady as a rock, with full
steam on. This invention he terms a "ship
brake," and attached to the contrivance is
a self-acting appliance which during dark
nights, or thick or foggy weather, will reuder
imi>ossible, in his opinion, any collision
with tloating bodies. The device consists
of a pair of iron shutters, or "tins,".
htngeu one on eacli side of the sternposi of
a vessel and shutting close to its sides from
the sternpost forward. The "fins" are kept
tightly closed by a simple apparatus on
deck, which is connected with the pilothouse,
and when opened the stays connected
with the "fins" allow them to open .
at right angles with the ship, holding it fast \
us if anohored. # ,
Sotn'Miluu to Ul'ory In. '
From the CinclntiaU Gazciu?.
Ministers have to minister to murderers
about to be executed when called on. They
have to do this under the conviction,
that the piety which the murderer takes on
is because of the certainty of death, and
if escaped from that his piety would also escape.
The minister knows that such piety
cannot avail, lie cannot avoid the thought
that in all probability he is ministering to i
a sham. It is a thing lor a minister to do on '
compulsion, and with the humility which
befits so humiliating an olfiee. It is not a
thing to glory in, as tho weak-minded
liiciu tntnita.
Why Will Yon .
Allow a cold to advance in your system aud (
thus oncourage more scriouB maladies, such
as Pneumonia, Heraorrages and Lung
troubles when an immediate relief can be so
readily attained? Bosciiek's German Svnur
has gained the largestsalein the world for the
cure of Coughs. Colds and the severest Lung j
Diseases. It is Dr. Boschce's famous German 1
presciption, and is prewired with the greatest j
care, and ne fear need be entertained in ad- '
ministering it to the yoqnjjest child, as per
direction?. The sale of this medicine is un&recedented.
Bince drat introduced there ha*
een a constant increasing demand and without
a single report of failure to do its work in
any case. Ask your Druggist as to the troth
of these remarks. Large sizes 75 <feuts. Try
itaud be convinceil. rrbsAW '
' :?r~rt
A CouGir, Cold or Sore Throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in an
incurable Lung disease or Consumption. .
Brown's Bronchial Tpochpa do not disorder
the stomach like cough syrups and balsams,
byt acts djrectly on\he int|ame?l narts, allaying
Irritation, gives relief in Asthma, Bronchitis.
Couchs. Catarrh, and theThrmttrnnh.
lea which singers and public speakers are
subject Uj. For thirty years Brown's liron- ,
cljjjj} Trophw have been recommended by 1
physicians,, nnu luva.^lur^*J civtin' perfect I
satisfaction. Having been tested.by wide and
constant use for nearly an entire generation
they have attained well-merited rank among 1
tbp few staple remedies of the age. Sold ai J
2$ ceriu & box every wlipje. TThKAW .
?^ rrr?
On* noKDSFD noj-Mrj reward for a bolter (
remedy. Williams Indian Pile Ointment^ )
usure nnre for Pll???t. daw
Ncvku foiyet ihat-bilioiuinehs and consti- J
pation are entirely curable with Manali.v. \
Cirnra Old Surcs. Ulcers, or any disease
qrtjttig from jpipuff ^T^rS. S. 8. 1
it in no jokfi
To an (for constant headache, depression of
spirits longing for food and not being able to
eat when put before you, gnawing pains fn j
^hefltoij]ach, la.v.ltii(|rt and a general feeling
ofmii<bq?j but a capital joke to rind that 1
Burdock s ^lood fitters "remove all these
syraptona and only costa $1.00.
DRY GOODS?<SEOi R, TAYLOR.
BONN'ET
SILKS!
There being numerous innnir.
ies for a belter grade of Black
Silks than are usually kept, we
have, in order to supply the
?ant, purchased a line of the
celebrated Bonn'et Silks on terms
mabling us to sell them as low
is they are retailed in any marlet.
Customers wanting to see
his make of Silk will please
isk for the Bonn'et.
Geo. R. Taylor.
PARASOLS,
Sun Umbrellas!
Fresli Arrivals Ever/ Few Days,
Beo, R. Taylor.
QTIYTTKTnQ T
k/Vfi A Ai* U i
Small Checks, Stripes, Broladed
and Plain, in Fabric
suitable for the Season,
ilid of latest importations,
880 J, Taylor.
FMRROinFRFn
?DRESSES""
IN NUN'S VKILING ANI) CASH3IEUEK
INDIA. YF.ItV
DESlItAIiLE.
030. R. Taylor.
Summer
Dress Goods.
STRIPED AND BROCADED
GRENADINES,
NUN'S VICTIM
ML'S HAIR GRENADINES!
Lacc Buntings.
Geo. Pi, Taylor,
ELEGANT SILKS
We show this Spring
the most elegant assortnent
ot Rich Brocades,
Stripes, andMorie Francais
in Black and Colors.
have ever offered,
Geo. B, Taylor.
apr27
THE GREAT
NATURE'S GIFT TO
THE GREAT XN
Ctirro Serofnln, Fever and Apu
the Liver nn?l kltlnny*. It Inm S-iml Mure
othrr ifaliciiif*. Tl:c old ItuJIrtnn believe thnt
will hwvti no wicknew. FPU HALK ItV AM
MEDICAL.
iHiBe!
DRTJT BTMARCFUS"!,
WBaamdSl8Mkl "itAncinsi'3
CATHOLIC?^,
A POSITIVE CURE FCR FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
Tlib remedy trill act in tarmony with lli'o Female
fystcin at all times, nntl afro immediately
upon the alnloralnal ami nteriuo muscle?, and ru?torctho:n
to a healthy and ?trong condition.
Dr. .MarchlslM Ulerino CatlioHcon will euro fall*
. In<; of tho womb, I/iacorrha*a,;Clironlc Inflammation
and Ulceration of the Womb, Incidental
Hcm^rrhaeo or Flooding, Painful, Suppre?;-cd
and Im^ul" Menstruation, Kidney Complaint,
llarrcnnws end incfpccbuly adapted to thochaapo
of Life. Send for paaipliln: Iri-c. All letters of
inquiry frcelr answercil. Address M nlwvo. For
Mte by alldnitrcisl*. Notr iiI-ac 81 prrluittle,
Old (tl/.o ?1.50. He 8uro ami nalc lor Dr. .MarUterine
Cathollcon. Take uootber.
Wholesale uud iletr.ll by
jytc l.txi.W ,{i CO.
vz yz ?
^ tiii L?4 ?
r^ELlABLE SELF-OOBE
^ A favorite pp^cr?!itlnii of ono of tliO
tnostiiolvil and m'.lsti in the C.t*.
(now n'tln-di lor tlieouri-olAVrroifw liability.
JLont Jiiuiliuutl. gtrraw
In pWas'-alrtU-n veli.;* // . / . l)rn^i;Ul3?au tit lie.AdJreti
OH. VMRD & CO.. Lcy:si;cs, f*?o.
"HARRIS REMEDY CO.^h1^|
flT* "J >" !' I'rui>'? el
HtOF.HAHRI5' PASTILLE fttWEOY
EJJi ? V'ii' J*""? *,n *"" '? "to "iOrr
f^agjaae &'rs.rx^
^SSirKKZ^tall
dl?;?? teal* >1 cunt ati wtlal ou ?fpiif?Hra
UD((()>tfi<aoiQ cnrlnrdl^w^cf it>o I Hood. ,?l.ln ami
lt<>nn.-.Vrvou? LHMUtj. I inpolrncy, Oixnulc
?l rukar*s <?'onorrhn-ii. Syphilid- ati ilcnurlul
AOttUoim ptclnlly Irratcil ?m -Katlftc pricri|>te?a
lib i?Te ??J mre reindict. C?H<* write Lr Liu ?ryat*li?n?
to b4 tnivtrrd bj tVi?r dnlrln* trwtacot br null.
(r?rww..Bfftf!ii?frw? U?|.S?ir?.U(Hi!JMiiaih.:r?a4rr,LX
?.-id lnr? MM'lUit to IWrii!iiii|a|r. ItUaat atruM,^
ttJiUcrt, J)l?, IllTl'S, !3 X. C(h M~ SI. UuK Sc.
OTA?usii?? uvm-riimTV vi;aks.
0-~- s*v ng tj R *~j hinrj:;-i>:o
Piti^HABITw
THOUSANDS ur,nf"T?K??HKVT;V K'";: v*
PHOTOGKAPHY..
-
l-MiOto**ropMe Studio,
liflj MAHKI.T aTRKKT,
Jffi ; : Opjwlttt Mcl.urc House.
pLUMMER'
Km the Largest nrnl Finest
Plio1o<rt*iiT>b fi-nllm'v
IN THE CITY.
Best $?.?? Cabinets inly fc::.00 pvr dozen.
J*-* n.ts MAIN' STREET.
QRAYON PORTRAITS AT
MYLES' art studio,
N'n. 'iTM MAf?; UTRKKT.
a.' Y3. ^
tMPERISHAM
. perfume."
UT:aiaa5uw~,i
Murrs/ &ianrr.2n's
PI ft % II
Best-for TOjLET, BATH
and HANDKERCHIEF,
^CasgaS-jSSSj^jCSg^gSgggaaSr
. IHCBBABE.
YOU It CAPITAL.
Investor* of i-iaall im.t m?rt]inm
p.mouiitsin (inun, I'rov^i .ns ut.<!'
2V'7rS n.-ot/vt- I -* m.vt
Wcfcti ? v.toiu!v>uiii_liii(!u<-ntsnlopt?r?vor.i.
tibliuUfHl nlon. 'I?y ll. \;<iport4
WHEAT J^twwkly.'SiviiJoHtlHjiaidjr.j.iihly,.
Ht'inl ut cjioti lor axpluiir.'unry
c'jculnr* nml iiasc rccor-i. men.
^3t>5U "IvIUon.lnrnWUtTritMTi-nstin aot-n
fltiM inontr.n on thin xnJ.TI i*r
v w v t.:iaro. AtMrm* I--l.Kfti.UfNC! s
.,r_ .Mi:i:t:iAai.MI & jsa uisali??
STOCKS ht.. iM.fc-Mc.K in. ,
V^n Waist u IrvTll ascnt la
j cvurv town. Excellent uiiuro
v! 3 23 53 sjjcntR. 0?v?l joty to n, jvs)x>:isl*
vt^lvy ,,,?'0?terF?UI-tf laaq. Wnw :ut
. Fnii tin* ef eirtrrcta an ruu.r.rs at faottW S
Ttirt*. Apnti-frr fit- HOW)V BLOWKRP. RTKAM
TOSH'S ot Ml EWOM. .ENULNKKlca' aUj'fU&fk
AGENTS!: AiiKirJoit! WAHTED!
CHAIViBERS^DiCTiQNARY
%j alx v cibtii jvnowioaije.
CaMPLfTC CYCLOPEDIA cr USEFULINFORI^TION!
Sl?A!^1UiK?l,AW)mrArt..t,1,(5rnryAch,av"n<nitof
Kollclt.JJII
J^h^VTw- n?J^?d,"r" rvyyl Tplr. H?n<1 for fullIM*.
ar%TT^ ,H-CHAMBERS & CO.
BT. LOUIS, SIo. CHICAGO, ZIL ATLANTA, Oa,
' INDIAN REMEDY.
NATURES CHILDREN.
/.'/. A ViM ? **
"r)XA.3ST R,E3VnED"X-.
o, llllioiiMni**, Constitution and oil diseases of
Lira niul Made Mure 1'eniuinait Cure* than all
tho blood is the life. Keep that pure and you
L 1HMJ00J8TS. mvCt-T^H
LOTTERIES.
?%totu ~
roiMiIac .Monthly Drawing of the
In the City of Louisville, on
Monday, July :$lht,18S-J.
Th<#o Drawings occur monthly (Bnmlayi except*
ed) under the provisions of an Act of the General
Awemhly of Kentucky.
The United ?uu? Circuit Court on March SIM
rendered the following decUIotis:
lrt?Thattho Commonwealth Distribution Comjnuv
If legal.
2<1?Iu Drawings an* Kalr.
K. 15.?Tho Company has now ou hand a lajye
Rcwrve Fund. Head carefully the list of prizes for
JULY MLUVIXU.
1 Prize,.. Prizes ilGOeach.flO.Ofi
1 Prize ? lO.tfJVtoxmUMiMearb. 10, 000
1 Prize _ 6,00015(10 Prize* fJOcunh. 12,000
10 P rlzesj 1 ,(j(M each,!0,00,1,000 Prize* $10 each, 10,000
20 Prizes 500 each, 10,000
i? 1'rlw .iC 'JH ??
. . ..>>|iiv*iiiuniuii J rue*,.....
9 PrUcfttStOuiuh, " M l.SCC .
0 Prl2C3 8!00 eioh, " " ..... 9(0
1.9C0 Priaau. 1112, ICC ,
Whole Tickets ?2. IlairTickets, $1. 27
Tickets $50. 55 Tickets, $100.
Retail Money or IJanlc l?wft iti letter, or Kitid by
Kxprcfv. i t send by Roistered Letter or l(*toQlce
Order. Onion* ?f 56 nnd upward* t?y Kxprttf,
cur. ticwntP-tonr expense. Addrra# all orders to
R. M. I50AUD31AN, Conrb-r Journal Building,
Louisville, Kjr.,Mr k. M. 150 \ RDM AN, 309 Uro*d- .
<*y. !'?u- V?.rV jv|-TT>4W I
BAKING POWDER.
CP5J
sfip &??#??''' ^ !
TliIf Bftijng Powder U mmle from stricUy Dure
,Arlc-". *?<! every can Ik WAmuUid to
?i. e Mtl?fwn!on Kt mout'v rofiunlrtl bv
IAJfG, GlUSE & HA1RD,
1ft,_ , M. ^^^crontiw.
'ftr> Mfehi ?trr*t. Vhei'Mng.
Pi CTU SESAND^RTMAT E RIA L S.
T? YK SHADES.
JLU
If you wiiiit to shado your eyes while
reading or a1. work, call and get a shade of
W. S. HUTCH INS',
jyS 44 Twelfth Street.
J^UAltfKSl Fit AMICS!
All styles Card, Cabinet, Panel and Boudoir,
at
KIRK'S ART STORE,
jyo l(XV? Main street.
j^Tl-.W STOCK OF KNG RAVINGS.
I'riKlilH, Socrates InstnietitiR,? ornelias' Reply.
Pilgrim Exile**. Return of the liny Flower, Midnlylit
Challenge. Tolling Roll. Sparc the Weeds, Deer
hos. Jem?y. Villaee Hlvm, Thw-6 a 1 the Conrt of
Fcrranu fhafcespeaic Before hlfxnbeUi. and many
other desirable Mih; ecu. Call mid Kt thein.
K. L MC6LL, Aitent.
invl Mi-I.nn' H<ui?e Art Htnrr
INSURANCE.
rpT E SLA^ti FACTU K EK?"
Fire insurance Company,
OF WHEELING. K. VA.
OHce?No. 5) Twelfth St., under Washington HrTL
Capital!, - - - ^100,000.
DIRECTOR.
A. W. I anil, W. K. Pendleton, G. R. Tingle, *
John J. Jones, George UooJc.? Geo. E. Biifel,
. koht. Sinipuni, Alex. J. Orcil. Robt. ''raiajlo
ROUT. rRASGLK, President.
W. K. I'KNbLEToN, Vice President,
J. V.. ALDEURJ", Hccrelury.
JOV. KMSHllMKR, Auent.
Insure! all kind* of prorartv at re??oiuhle r*t?*.
_*>?
STORE CLOSED
Arr o l \ ivr.
PUrtPftT'tl^ A . ..
tAlitNINU o>A IUHOAY.
JOHN FRIEDEt,
ly") HOI .MAINjfrni-Br
HUTS- W GAPSl
.Spi-hs-v Fity},-*
xnv.- re iTOi-B .IT
GEORGE J. MATHISON'S
122Q M K l.'K ET f-TKKl T
mht7 *
LEOAL NOTICES.
INTHEC^V count OF OHIU
ia'th* matter thfi. p*Mo ol Ihc 1/u: will of
B?tvor u. AUInionsMce?K(L
The8t?teof \V?irt Virylnui.
To the bhcrin of Ohio County:
lou arc hereby coiuioaiideo to imuuion ChnrlH
1. AtkluMin. JullA M: Atklntnn. H. l.-n M aim...
on, Joailo >1 Brown. Julia A. ilrown. Nathaniel 1*.
brown. and lklcn McK. Hrown, lnfnlit chlldieu
and be in aHaw of Sarah J. hruwn, di-cotied; the
Board of Comti?l?lonor? for Foreign Mlulnu* of tbo
i'naby tcrian Church ol North America: tho Truitec*
>f the HoaiUof Homo MhMurikuf the Prt^byteilnti
Church ol North Antvrica. auii iho Tr**??un?r of
I ho American Mlwlonjiry AwoclAllonof Nvw York
Cay, and nil other |H>r*tm? iutmitfd. to app- ar bofjniniuat
injrotllcolu tbodtyot Wneelluir, tu tlu*
county and State aforvMld, on MONUaY, tho JIM
day of July, A. U., liwi, tothuw canto wnv * imwr
writlnz. bearing date the ICtli day of July, 1*?71,
purporting to bo the * lit of at-Uey l>. Atkinson, ?!?
rcuwd, olfcro-i Un pmbalohy Kdwnrd M Atklu?on,
should not he admitted to record, and have tin n
midtlirrc ihla will, wllh jour return Ihorcoit, ata*
tintc the time aud manner of executing tho mm.
\\ Ittten: Ueortco Hook, (.'lera of thcCouuiy (;ourt
of Ohio County aforctfiJ, thUSOthd*)' of Juno, A.
(IEOIIQK HOOK, Cloik.
Uappc4ring from tho toturn of tho fcherlfl" of
Ohio county, and from affidavit Med wltli me in
tnyoMcc. ttut Jwmo >' Hiowtv Julia A. brown,
Nathaniel P. Un w Iftlim McK. Hrown, Infant
children and hclmtt-Uw of surah J. brown, docoaMHi:
tho Houtd of CommUsioneia for Korvlsm
Mlmlons of tho I'reabytcrUu Church of North
America; theTruitota of tho B-wmi of Home Ml**
hlonsof iho Prv-bytorlan Chun-It of North Atuer*
leu, and theTrriV'urerof tho American MMonnty
A>?iclatloii of Now York city, ruo uot rttddeiiuof
thcBtiU1 of West VlnctoU, nor found thertln.lt 1*
ontcrvil that they do Kbptar at t?y offlco according
to the term* of tho above numinous, und for th?
I i>uriH?ti inetwiu mentioned. and do what thai) to
I nectNtanr to protect theirliiiereat In the said nutter.
uKOUUfc HOOK, Clerk.
I. F. .lusty Attorney. |v4 TV
UTATK OK WKST VIIKilNIA, CO UNIO
JY OF OHIO, to wit:
lit the Circuit Court for Mid couutjr:
K. J. Stouo and otben )
rs. T : V In Chancery.
IMIriok Ketmcny and'other*)
lly aducreo entered by win Court lit the above
entitled cansc oti the ?lth day of May, A. I)., 1882.
It U refeired to the underpinned Coram luloncr of
iciiil Court to itato nu account between the par*
lit*:
First?To ascertain who are Stockholders in the
Wheeling anil \Vt?t Liberty Oil Company, aud how
much ha* been paid for the wild mock
Second?How ranch cach of the Mid Btockholdcrt
have advanced or lent the oor|wratlon on each
Mmrv by them owned, and upon what call of tho
company.
TMM?What projverty the taid corporation has,
and where it may uc situated, aud It* probable
value.
Fourth?Who of the Stockholder* are to be preferred
out of the asieU of the corporation for such
loars mid advance#.
Uvlhetrrraaof Mid dcerte It provided that before
the tiikltik of the said account, Hie Mid Com*
niKsIonrr shall give four weckn'notice, published
In the city of Wheeling, of tho time ind placo of
IhLintr of the Raid account.
Notice i* hereby given that I have.flxcd on Wednesday,
the J'.'th day of July, A. I)., lS5-.at 9 o'clock
x. 11., a* the time, mid my otUce, No. Gl Twelfth
street. In the city of Wheeling, Ohio county, Went
Virginia, a.i the pUceto o^-erialu and report the
nutter* required by Mid decree,
JOHN WALTON.
Commtaloner of the Urdult Court for ohioC'ounty,
Wcit Virginia. jc'.MMt>
PLUMBIHO CAS AHP STEAM FITT1NQ.
rpRIMBLE A LDTZ,
PLUMBEItS,
Bas and Steam Fitters,
1418 Market Street.
Hontlu^ ami ventilating of public buildlugs,
dwelling and factories a specialty.
an'j-t ;
T'HOMi'SON A II1KBKHD
JL
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
Gas and Steam Fitters,
1U14 Market St., Wheeling, W\ Vju
Dralet* ill all kind* ol lend, wrought and i*st Iron
pipes, sewer j?lpc* and chimney top*, steam Mid
water wurm, siphon pujnj?, M/ety vaUn, bath
:nt*. auks, tic. bole sgenta lor the
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
\nd CnJcrwrilcrb' Gaa MiicMue. Orders fruta the
country |>miaptly filled. n*.agt
j^uke fitton, .
Practical Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter
1416 Main street.
All orders promptly attended lo. ja4
y^TM. HAKE & SON,
PRACTICAL PJ.UMBEE3, QAV 4Nl> KTKASI
F1TTKRS,
Ko. 33 Twelfth street.
All work dooe promptly at reasonable prtc*<.
JaI
MUSICAL GOODS.
JfOIt SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Stoiin>iiy IPi'mio!
AT A BARGAIN. '
Call soon.* ?
LUCAS' MUSIC STOIiK,
jeM 1112 Main Slrffl.
CJI1EE1' .MUSIC.
A large collection of New and Popular
Music, for "> ceuta per copy.
* WILSON* A HAUMEK
jy7 130S Market Street.
Mason iiamlin organs, nkw
styles, arid upwufls per month, till
paid tor. nt .SHElIi'fl MCrtIC STOKE, 53 Twelfth
strwt. Wftsblngtoii Hall
xtew 7 u\ octave pianos, of
tint quality. warranted Mxyeutii.S'/Jijttwl ?!'
wards, ftt rill Ml it'S MUHiC STOUE, M Twelfth
tr.-,' Washington HhII. any 1 .r?
_ FINANCIAL.
DANK OK THE OHIO VALLKY.
CAPITAL." >175,M?
Wx. A. Ij?rtt - ~ ....Prcnliltnt
W*. B. Si*rH>H ~.Vk?Prt?ideDt
Doe* * Gwiertl tanking Huktno*.
dirkwm:
Am. A. Iwtt, | Win. H. Siropton,
J. A. Vlllur, John K. llouford,
A. M. Adam*, ' I Victor Ku*enbnrx.
Henry Spejrer, I
m*ffl y. K JKpqQN. CwihtPr.
jgxuiian'ge bank.
CAPITAL,
...... J/CO.OOO
J. X. YANCK.....~ ...~ ^.Pretldont
3?.mjE.Tac?HUf VIce-?re*il?leut
nuwnoiw.
J. H. Vjiuce, . 3. ITorkhelmer,
3. lAU?hlla, W. KllinghAm,
L. 8.IfeUpUIn, A. W. Kelly.
lohu Frrw,
if* jftny J. jokes. rwMw.
MTJSIC
VOU I.E3I THAN
ONE CENT A PAGE!
Ill Elpgiiut liniiml Vojiinics.
?n?l 1iw*ji|ici??Iv? (or Hie Summer of ull
Uliulujtaiid Sly let of bhcel
cms '?- r.s'Oj 1 it sWr
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210 '. airi f i hi- l-rltiur.uu p-i.ij*
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