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f gjTe e?rer han?IIrJ anythin# which flare
I ^ttiilictioa Ior Wood or Skin Diseases
CI..U1K' A SCUTEli,
JMnvilie, Va.
g,rtl/irJ{bf biglint exjires>Ionsof at>
^uis/ww parliw wlio have taken S. S.
fTf ciio am! Wood DiV.ws.
* " \VM. J.I ITKKKK <t CO.,
Naslivillo, Tenn.
gupitt Utter MtWaotlon tLitnany remufcltoil'i**"
l?*ve ever handled.
N- cfJilLLKK STKVKS3,
U'wahington, D. C.' i
j'byjiciaiu now recommend it j
i
S. XXSSFtELl) A- CO.,
^.Memjihls, Tenn. I
1 I
"V, "
KLEXKER,
Louisville, Ky.
? w Jttak? in the highest
L MKSS1TKR,
^ Dearar, Col.
up UV A Mi IIIIIliUlSTS.
*jp//
,c^v ^ ^c<
<4 /V/
Ik <>,000,000 Children
lu the United Stilton
Who ?u!T?r P&Jn,
who kw knu cry,
Who H?Vf l*?lf YACt4,
Who IUv? Ii?d lireath,
ShonlJ D* La??lilin's Worm Syrap
IK Child Whc*? -'I^p Disturb**!,
Ti*("btV-1 Who Wakw In Terror.
n?ll:WlVhiN. li Voracious,
TttttlMWb'~* Api*Ut* VtrleH,
Th? ? til!il whtf Ik*-* Not ThrlT#,
Thi* Chi 1-1 U'l.o 15 Kniaclitted,
T!.r Chi 1.1 With Internal Itriuulon,
IT;? ChlU With hollow Complexion,
Should Use Latiglilin's Worm Syrup
5* S> Iian^roo* A? Worm*.
,v< lfclt.1 Is Kit* Kioq The in.
tIty Cxae Duw Themselves.
TItj A{jr?v?lt other Complaints.
Ik# Child's Cure When Teething:
LAU0HL3NS
INFANT CORDIAL
t rri\? the orn*: Aiuth Pain; Ukoccu
I'lUJOUTtos; C..STKOLH TIIK IloWKUH,
?:r com plaint. Dv>cntkky,
t-i?fciuir.a, r latulkxce, wuc,jctc.
Motiic* *i'l flnd it very valuable: the child will
u rrtei'ii, ft (nt'iugt rj'f tit rp. mul <cnkr up riserc,mfrirtaUr.
\\>?juarante?
wStA?:;f,?ni will refund the prtc* of every on?
wlUs?ur?-|ir^nn-d. by *11 druicglat*Price
U.jc. per liottlc. -?
LAUGHUN BROS. &. CO., Proprictou,
WHEELINC, W VA?
DRJ. E. SMITH,
NO. in: CIIAPLIXE STREET.
Jit iut evidence of a physician's tuccoa Ls the tc*
Cxcyuf hU patient4. The increasing demands for
cj ptofe?ior.*l ?crvices prove that 1 have dealt
raoratly an<i fairly with thf*e who have consulted
?. IwreruM-A patient'* name without perm is4a.tiouch
1 have mauy hundred certificates from
wtbcj I have cured after they had been prot^5cr<JIncurable.
A thorough medical education,
TO=usj jcar>h(?flulexperieuce and familiarity
TOlatramtic agenu, h close oVervance of tera{tMtaal
peculiarities and strict attention to
manaaement Insures succes*, If cure If
and 1 frankly give the valient my oplulon.
HOME PEOOF
UU.<T an*? Uver and Uheumatlsin ?
Terribly.?'"Nothing seemed to help me:
K^'-atetout of bed. I>r. Smith cured me."
2WT. l'HILLIf?.
Wheeling, W. Va.
uua h'.rpnsof So*;. Impaired Voice?Sufl*~?*lt?*?atent
medicine failed to help me.
W. aim aaplx's ly cu red mc.
chaki.es chadduck,
of ?jjeldei i Co. Wheeling. W. Va.
v'.Tpui I.u ulcerated Stomach.?"Treatment
toglre inc relief. Dr. Smith cured
B?;, THOMAS IloLT. Insurnncc Agent.
theia [or fourteen yer.r*. Dr. Smith
currJc#.- LOUIS P. WASHINGTON.
jJJ-fcj, Entitling Sores on Head.?'"My wn was
J-XW fcr fourteen years. Nothing seemed to
Dr. Smith cured him."
mrs. Catherine caps,
Marketstrect, Wheeling, W. Va.
aaw.-"?uffered for years with cancer. Hod It
??tlhrw times. It returned after eachopera"?
to.Salth cured mo without knUc caustic or
mrs. ii. m. OP.CUTr.
"f. FbtuU of Anus.?Flat of my back for 16
Ported dying. Dr. Smith cured me with* *
*~e, la five weeks.
_ thomas colvin.
Grocer, Main St.. wheeling. W. Va.
,i?w4im* of Rectum, Prol"p*us and Piles.?
/"Runup to ille und pronounced Incdrabla.
cured uie without knife."
WASHINGTON DP.LANV,
. Martin's Ferry.
J*- u. 0. La hi writes?"Dr. Smith's profesrtonal
!n ay {4tnlly have been motit satlstactory
|~a l wtnmctiJ hlw to alia* a gentleman and a
fflnljlipldan."
Kolh s*yy?"I had heeu suffering
years MC,i treated by many physicians for
ijTP'i*. i?r. .Smith ?ald 1 had a tape-worm and
" w hout> removed a monster 109 net long."
ji^aj-t'ompJalnts.?Three ycawin hospitals for
pf*1- Kite me ]>ecullar advantages in such eases.
..m^uiauno, uiww ?u
" *4. kMaep. fcktn, blood. nertwM^?"?
^ wtakt. of men *a4 youth. ?crofUJiaucJ
taiitjr to my siu-ce#.
???rvd without the knife. .
^Ucau ki k <li>Uht may bo treated by letter 'ana
*^v.lun puranu-vd. A chart f?r sou
?**fiton rwxlft ol two three-cent sjuni?. *na
*Ut>ertiurr.<d? ,
toanimioa at office free. Office hours (rota 1 x.
Jaiiv. Ull on or wldrwjs
J. K. SMITH. M. D..
J31! So.Ill: incline .-U. Wheeling. >* >*
|r C^pp^
1 WKlilVS ECLi'.CTltlC MEDICINE
h *pn*itive and tSmnal tvinotly for all Norton*
k*t*.-s In every ?u? o! U'.t-jdnnR or old. male
f female: ?uch as ImpoteacT P*?iH.2!lon, Lossol
Rrenrh. Ln* of \ ItelitT. Defective
!?~?1 Kmln Tower. and dl**,.-* from *blch sn
stiutnnil wivte of life ivriti-*. all ol which cATQOt
JU t? undermine the whole ?y?*.era. Krery on;an
j? weakened. every power prwtn-.led, iind nianT
of divas; ire KeneruUa which, U not checkod.
the way to an early death. It rvJuvinaU* ??e
?d reinrisorati* youth. Each package conUlm
^Select tor t-wo trt*tinent_
?aicn win to wnt ltd', with fall pauticol*it>
sow by ill Draori?ts at cent* * package, or
for & CO. WUlU?nt!re?by mall
Ret ipi of aorirr. by \dtlrc?in5
WEBB'S tCLbCTRir. MEDICINE CO..
<cu?tumnittrf. Buffalo, N.i.
LOG IN 4 CO., Wholesale ?=J IUUU Acenti,
I Ijgilr.r g>woa27
JpzuEsiffl
I fetS?1?"-15 aronuve rare forUX Discbare?*.
I Cl faimila? u-il l^inml Bgn?aUQC? ot Ifco
IpIlTAEY PASSAGES
R A CS^'^:^52^SSaff!S!SS?5BBB
n nSl OOV!rbottlc.Tcr?.\J?bT*ttdru*d
H y_y rritt* ctB-Ssthv Kxmr*? enne
jfi li c:utor -a jfiMK D. PAKK tz HONS,
I wgJ lT^n-l l?7Ry?mi*roUt. CINCINNATI,
I w o IS JO. I ir M icaaon tiOi * * *
I .Jtt^bylAcibMn Brf*.&Co.
)' AaJ f ? m *
? Uy*-no pr.v till cur??L k*i*bll*b??l to .
L ''"Vli'U cur?0. Tv-t-r t<> paU^hW In kllinru
^^cv^try. Dr. ?. I- Xartli, Q&iccy, Mlea.
MEDICAL. ; '
jjpipi!^
v ly w
THE WONDER OF HEALING!
CJftt.fl.TTVl Th? K*lroci U tbo on if
TLttH, ?* rw?,ff0 for ?w> <11^,
Cold in Ileul, ke. Our ' CufarrhCinv,'*
Mcully prrj?rwl lo nxt terluui our
Natal MyrinKclnrftluitila for n>c lura.
LirrhaJ Affertiona laitnu.l.. >...1 Inotn.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. ?sr
tlon haa cnre<l ?o many cam* of tlitm dli*
treiutog complahila aa the Kalruct.
Hemorrhages. IIT'lS,'
Btomach, Jfoae, or from any cauw, lappctdl*
ly coutrolled and atopi-ed.
Diphtheria and Sore Throat. .^rr?';:
promptly. It la a aura cure. IMay la
tkngervUM.
For Pilrs, Illini!, ni??dittff or V(rh?
iaf, It la the grealtat known remedy.
Cautlon.-POSD'S P.XTtlACT hm been {mi.
Iattd. Th* prnuiiit ha* the ircrrfa "J-OSO'S
KXTRACT 'blown in the glat*. and ?vr picture
trad*-mark on tumwndtnj bvf wrapper. Sone
of her it oenuine. Jltrayt l/uiif on haeinj
POST)'8 P.X Til A CT. Take noclhtr preparation.
It U never tcld in bulk or by vieatvre.
arrctAi-TTra axd toilet AJmetta.
POND'S EXTRACT 50c., Sl-00, S1.75Toilet
Cream. 1.00 Catarrh Cure 75
Dentifrice. 50 Platter 25
Lip Salve 25 lnhaleKGIaii50c.)1.00
ToHetSoap(3Cakej). 50 NaiatSjrlnge-.... 25
Ointment 50 Medicated Paper... 25
' Family Syringe, $1,00'
Lames, read p??ea 13, IP, 21 and 28 of our
Saw P?mphl?>t, which accompany each bottle.
CB^Ot'u New I'amphlkt wnit lluiour or
oca PnxrAJUTtoai 8ejit Fit EE of arrucatjos
"POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
' 14 West 14th St., New York.
lull line of nbovo preparations displaye
In one of l^nd'HExtract Co.'s Show Ca^eaam
mjiu ny ix>pan it l0..u&3 ilainHtreet, Wheel
in^r; also by C. Moenketuoeller, corner Marke
and Twenty-secondStreets, Centre Wheelinj
jel5-TTll?AMT
TUTT'S PILLS
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
of tho present generation. It Is for the
Sure oft hi s diseaso and ita attendants,
81CX-HE APACHE. BILIOUSNESS. DYS?
PEPSIA. C OK ST1P ATIOK. PILES, etc.. that
TtfTTS PILLS havo gained a world-wido
reputation. lio Bomady has evor beon
discovered that acta so gontly on tho
tllgcstlvo organs, Riving thorn vigor to aa?
slmllate food. As a natural result, the
yervous^y?t?nnn3raced. tEiTMuaclos
are Developed, and tho Body Robust.
Ol3.ilIts and. Fovor.
E. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Sara. La., Bays:
&!y plantaUon Is In a malarial district. For
several yoara I could not moko half a crop on
account of bilious diseases and chills. I was
nearly dlacouragod when I began tho use of
TUTT'8 PILLS. The result *faa marveloua:
my laborers aoon bocaine boarty and robust,
and I have had no further trouble.
They rel!fri? (hp cneorcwl llwr. flfanw
the Ulnod from polwjnuui humor*, nnd
rauM* IIip bowrl* to net naturally, without
which nootiernn fwl wrlU
Try thl* remedy Ihlrly, and jon trill caln
n healthy I>lirr?tlou. VI|onit? llod;. Pui-o
Illnod, Ntroui;?rVM, and a.Nuum! Lit cr.
l?rlce.23CetJU. Officc, 33 Jlurray Y.
HUT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray 11*111 or Whiskers cbanped to&GLov?r
Black by a single application of this Dvt It
Impart* a natural color,and acts Instantaneously.
Nild by I)ru(fglsts, or sent by express on receipt
of Ono Dollar.
Office. 0J3 Murray Street,-New York.
(Dr. TITTS 3tAXU.lL of Vnlttablt>\
Information end V?rfnt Hrcelptm I
teifT hr innllert ntt on application. /
THE COHTRaSTS
While other Dcking Powders ere largely
adulterated with Alum end other hurtful
drugs. ^
ess tlPSt^//
wf
has been kepi unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its having received the highest testimonials
from the most eminent chemists in tiio
United States, who havo analyzed it, from
its introduction to tho present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
ikn tcot nc tuc rurn
iiucib*i?kit- ikuf ur inn uil.ii.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
?MADE DVSTEELE
& PRICE,
Chicago, 111., And.St. Louis, Mo.,
Sl&afirtarm ?f LopilU Y??il G?o?, Dr. Trlr*'* SpvcUl
Kunrtt, tad Dr. rrl?'? l'<rfu??*.
Cnres RMovmaUsm. Lam
Dago, ijamejuacx, opzzunz unu
Braises, Asthma, Catarrh,
Coughs, Colds, Soro Throat,
Diphtheria, Bums, Frost
Bites, Tooth, Ear, and Headache,
and aL7.pains and aches.
Tk? t*it lateral! uj eitenut teoedjr In the
vol 14. E?cty U*tU jpurW.tcJ. S0IJV7 taeJidae
J??lcr? c?trpiU/t. IXrrctio^i la ftlftl l*?CVS?*S.
rrice jo ccstt uJ^jo,
FOSTER, MILBURN L CO., Prop'ri,
BUFFALO, N.Y,U.iA.
iEBaauMguEseuuia
Tfeti Is ? new njuKMr.orl^UiaHy cyu- II
tt)UD<leJonJlotrMarc<JtoJhemo.llf3(nn?rc5- ?
lion end ttio ncWIc ?t largo bjr S. II. jltrt- H
nun, M. p., of ?"'nn J
" -]
9 f> 1 ^
thai oi ftnjr otaer rcmolr, *n<l U tjia ?,nljr
. ratdldne need^J in Almo;; evrnr dlwaM lo A
which fl?* is fcetr-WKW K*m,n,5 Mto> 1
betas tlio only txcrpUcn. fn thUl'itiicxA
t shonUl not bo part. In Con?Urw?on Wit m
v l)l?AKJ of tbo Vemat? Orffint ?n<t niaAJw.
Manalix rboaH be rItcq wrIUi IU Pciutva
fe 1? cempoicd of purely vegetable InRrMbnu. 3
ucch one, acconllns to medical ?ntnor?. a
gmtT'-ii.-'iiy InItself. t"'TTrV'-^-* ' '"*vyril
Uwactlr? prlncrplM from tlirw InffTrdlenul
~ ao>l la ccujl/lalttit lh?m Infcjpno simple cop- w
* pouail. w^ileliitoartcoJnclarsrUb Jn? ?'*||
MioicaTkoc N XTCta lu'erery wul II
t the work ot rc*u>r?Uoc c?n>uiencr? wun im|R
UntJo*?. TfceroUDoC*norjr*n taatu willl
not rvifh nrr a dlocaM It will not rare. >n.*LJ
3 parti nibn vr>1 for * pamitiW. BZ?w!2SvI
S. It. 11 Viri'M A V * <Y>.. O^K.rn. i-hio. I I
Sold by all ijra^giata and dealers ia niedicin
~ Ste
unifei ,\ihu aawo??a? yonrtf<mhMrm,
TUK mvrMA.s JIIUULK.
How I lie Dlfllrtilfy l'oniin??CfU-Ambi
U?jr the .?n Hitler.
Chicago Tribune.
The crisis in Egypt liaj rapidly come to
a head, and m it bids fair to occupy tbo
attention of tlio world lor some time 8 brief
review of the circumstances Icadlnz up to
It will bo of interest, it* origiQ may be
traced back as far aa February, 1881, when
the troops at Cairo forced the Khe<live to
releaso somo of their olticera who wcro on
trial for various olTenses. In conceding to
their demand the Khedive really surrendered
his power to the army, and it has
remained with it ever since. 1-ust September
Arabi licy. who was ? colonel and
leader of the outbreak in February, seized
the command of the army and demanded
of tbo Khedive that ho should dismiss the
Ministry, increase the pay of the army,
and grant a constitution. Tho Khedive
conceded all that was asked, except the
constitution, and for this he substituted a
Chamber of Notables, 'fins chamber met
and prepared an organic law by which the
control of the budget was placed in,the
hands of the Notables and of the Ministry,
but excluded entirely the Knglish and
French control, which means the representatives
of England and France, who
had control of the finances and the management
of the debt owed by Egypt to
the English and French bondholders. The
Control protested, and England and France
joined'in a note of warning to the revolutionists.
The army protested ngainst the
note and Am hi IW- nsnlnj^^.i !<?*
they did not * intend to disturb
the financial arrangement*.
The Control was instructed not to
countenance any concision by the Egyptian
Government to the claim of the Chamber
of Notables, to vote the budget. The
latter waited upon the Khedive and requested
him to sign the organic law. but
he declined, taking shelter behind the
j English and French Consuls. Thereupon
j Chcrif Pasha, the President of the CounI
cil, resigned, and Arabi Bey formed a new ]
1 Cabinet, with himself in itiia Minister of (
; War, and forced the Khedive to recognize ,
it. lie also forced hiin^to recognize the i
" Cabinet and to approve the organic law,
which conferred the right of voting the
budget upon the Notables. Thereupon the 1
Control declared that its power was nullified.
Meanwhile the Ministry repudiated <
the authority of the Khedive altogether,
and also severed their relations with the 1
French and English Control, whereupon *
the ironclads were sent to Egypt, and the
Ministry were notified that Arabi Ley S
must be removed. . Ue refused to submit,
the Ministry resigned, and the Khedive '
removed Arabi Bey from the head of the 3
Array, but, under compulsion, reinstated
him Meanwhile under the advice of the e
European Powers Turkey sent Derviach a
Pascba as its representative u Egypt to
settle the complication, and England and
France asked for a conference of the Pow- I
ers at Constantinople, which is still sitting, 1
niuugu Auruey reiuseu 10 participate.
Dervisch Pasha's mission appears to
be be a failure, as the Khedive
is still without authority, and
Arabi Bey, having formed another'Cabinet
with himself as Minister of AVar again, is
really the ruler of Egypt, and has gone on
fortifying Alexandria and declaring bis intention
of foicibly resisting English intervention.
The long writing of the various
parties, the fleet, the Egyptians, Arabi lley,
the Khedive, the Sultan, to see what step
the other would tako now appears to have
been brokeu, and a very short time must
now determine where eaeh stands, for the
ollicial order has been issued by the English
Admiral that the bombardment will
begin at 9 o'clock this tnorning. England
opens the ball.
A
Editors Iutclliscnccn
In Monday's issue of the llegifter there
appears, over the signature of "Tocsin," an
article in which the writer, with an overzealous
warmth in behalf of prohibition,
makes very unjust and damaging intimatitions
in regard to liquor having heen the
probable cause that led to
disaster of the Fourth of July. Now, not "
only do the facts, as far as yet made public,
lend no color of authority to such an asser- 1
tion, but even were what he states entirely
true in every particular, he would still fall
in fastening any blame upon the officers
of the Scioto. } will not dwell upon the
unfairness of disposition shown in charging
the officers of the ill-fated steamer with
explicit violations of duty in advance of the '
triunal whose duty it will be to officially !
investigate and report ut>on the causes '
which led to the collision, and thus most
likely create false professions with the *
public, since any such probable effect is ?
entirely subordinated to the writer's evi- :
dent anxiety to use this great calamity as a
pretext for attacking the liquor license
system of West Virginia. The writer
wouiu nave nis readers ueiieve tbat if no
license for the sale of liquor existed in this
.State, that the accident could not have occurred.
Because, forsooth, there were, as
he alleges, some flasks of liquor in the possession
of some passengers (and upon what
excursion Is there not some) to this fact
must be attributed all the horrors of that
Tuesday niebt. Does "Tocsin" mean to
imply that had prohibition laws been in
force in this State, no bottles of liqnor
would have been carried by the travelers
on the boat? Does he not know that upon
excursions where no public bar is had,
more liquor is drank froin the private
resources 0f individuals, than
would be taken were each drink to be paid
for separately '.' iloreis invariably drank
just from the freedom of access to the supply
and the absence of any restraint as to
the quantity partaken of at any one time.
The history of any community in which
- drunkenness prevails is the historv of a
community compelled to carry its own li
quor. I do not accuse the advocates of i
prohibition of wilful perversion of facts, i
bot I do assert that they persistentlv ignore
the self-evident teaching 0f those facts.
Not only has prohibition in this country,
so far as tried,, failed to prohibit, but it has
been, like all ill-considered legislation, the
prolific cause 0f many evils. In '
-States where prohibition hHs been 1
tried, tho result has been an actual increase lin
the number pf cases of drunkenness,
and with it an increase of crime. Deprive
the people of our State of all right to deal
in liquor under proper restrictions, and
you deprive the state of that character for
treedom of its citizens which attracts to
the shores of America so many thousands
of immigrants yearly. Let uh not permit ;
ourselves to be led into false beliefs, either
by the misguided zeal of an enthusiast, or
by the studied sophistry ?f those, who, :
careless of principle, merely desire some
kind of a hobby, on which they have hopes
of riding into pl&co and power. License.
Did roll VI 111 in !.. ...
I am a candidate for Congress and will
pnt tills to the test I made one run two
weeks ago, viihout a dollar! I would not
give a dollar or bow* the knee to any Boss
" to-day for a seat in Congress! Our Congressional
Convention ballotted three days
and adjourned under a cloud of bribery
and corruption without choice. We hold
another convention^ I am going back in
my green, old-fashioned way, without a
dollar. I believe this is the true doctrine,
and I will fight it out on this line if it
takes all ummer, and I think it will, and
part of the fall, too. I wautto see it tested.
I will press this principle in the faco of the
most unscrupulous use of money I ever
eaw, and when I am through itshall appear
to the whole country whether money or
the people made the nomination. Mv appeal
is irom the Bosses to the people. I will
accept no nomination from the Bosses.
PnirltP TlltflMf
'Why Will yon -'Mi';'
Allow a cold to advance In your system and
thus cncpantge more serious maladies, such
as Pneumonia, Ijcmofrsjes and Lung
troubles when an immediate relief can be so
readily attained? Boecanfi Gk&xax Stucp
has gained the largest sale in the world for the
cure of Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung
Diseases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous German
ep presdption, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and n? fear need be' entertained in administering
it to the youngest child, as per
direction!. The tale of this medicine Is unprecedented.
Bince Erst introduced there has
been b constant increasing demand and with*
out a single report of failure to do i to work in
any case. Ask your Druggist astothetrath
of these remarks. Large sites 70 cents. Try
itand be conrinrftJ. rihsaw
A Cocou, Cold or Bore Throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in an
incurable Lung disease or Consumption.
Brown's Bronchial Troches do not disorder
the stomach like cough syrups and balsams,
but acts directly on the intiatned parts, allay.
Ing Irritation, gives relief in Asthma, Bronchitis.
Coughs, Catarrh, and the Throat troubles
which singers and public sneakers are
subject to. For thirty years Brown's Bronchial
Troches have been recommended by
physicians, and bate always given, perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by wide and
coustant use for nearly an entire generation
they have attained well-merited rank among
the few staple remedies of the age. Bold at
25 cents a box everywhere. ttIibaw
Kkvkb forget that biliousness and conalipatlon
are entirely curable with Maxaux.
I'erMtunl! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich., will
send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belts and Electric Appliances on trial for
thirty days to men (young or old) who are
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality
and Manhood, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing
speedy and complete restoration of
health and manly vigor. Address as above.
N. B.?No risk is incurred, as thirty days'
trial Is allowed. rrsxw
Death to the INi rn.il tew,
which hide between the gums and teeth, and
eat Into them to their destruction. 8ozodont
is master of the situation. Whoever uses it
regularly after every meal, and cleanses his
teeth and mouth, will soon be rid of the
parasites.
llorwford'ft Acid I'hoiphute-A JffMCMlly.
Dr. C. 0. Files, Portland, Me., says: 4,0f
all the samples of medicine sent me durinc
the past dozen yetn it is the only one 1 have
ever found which has become a necessity in
my own household "
A-vn j'lics, cutoMiiauoii oau a lorjuu iiver,
never fail totAke Masaijx.
I'I<1U||| (iOlll.
Dan'l I'lank, of Brooklyn, Tioga Co., Fa.,
lescribes it thus: "I rode thirty miles for a
bottle of Thomas' EclectricOil wnicb.eifrcted
[be iwnuleiful aire of a crouked limb in six ampliations;
it proved worth more than gold to
ne.H
"IIacijiktacjc," a lasting and frigrant perume.
Price 23 and 60 cents.
Shiloii's Cube will immediately relieve
Jroup, Whooping cough and Bronchitis.
Fob Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, you
lave a printed guarantee on every bottleof
ihiloh's Vitalixer. It never fails to cure.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of
ihiloh's Catarrh Bemedy. Price 50 cents.
Sold by K. Booking, agent, under Odd Felow's
Hall, and by B. II. List, 1010 Main
treet.
Doctor bills ore abominable and not needd
in kidi.ey and liver affections, as Pebcxa
iud Masau^wIII cure them.
Tlint IIUHbund or .Mine s
three times the man he was before he began
tsing "Wells' Health Benewer." $1. Druglists.
What gives a healthy appetite, an inreased
digestion, strength to the muscles,
ind tone to the nerves? Brown's Iron Biters.
DAW
. Ons hcwdbso dollars reward for a better
eraedy. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Jis
isnre cure forPiW*. daw
Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman's
few Nationsl Dyes. For brightness snd duribility
of color are un equaled. Color from
wo to five ponnds. Directions in English
md German. Price 15 cents. daw
The Rev. Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon.
!nd., says: "Both myself and wife owe our
ives to Shilob's Consumption Cure."
Are yoc mads miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation. Dizziness.^ Loss of Appetite,
i'ellow Skin ? Shilob's Vitalizer is a positive
:ure.
Why will you coiigb when Shilob's Cure
vill give immediate relief, l'rice 10 cts.,50
its. and $1.
Suiloh's Catarrh Remedy?a positive cure
'or Catarrh. Diphtheria and Canker Month.
Sold by E. Bocking. agent, under OJd Felow's
Hall, snd by It. H. List, 1010 Main
itreet.
Cures Old Sores, Ulcers, or any^ disease
irbing from impure btood?jnaS. S. S.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chilU
auu wva '""("jmiuic.
For sale by Logan it Co.
It In no JoUc
ro suffer constant headache, degression of
ipirits, longing for food and not beiug able to
;at when put before you, gnawing pins in
the stoiuacb, lassitude and a general feeling
)f goiienesr, but a capital joke to find that
Burdock's Blood Biitera remove all these
ivmptons and only costs $1.00.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PETAgTCHg OK TfJliyS?WHEELING TIME.
auij. I
day. a.m. a.m. p.m. r.K.
J. & O.K. P.. fl:35 fc5? 8:10 4:55
P. M.
ant. 0. Dir... ?.. 9:30 1:S0 ffcOOj 11:15
i7.,P. &B.D1V 1:80 5-10 ?
a. M.
Jlev. A Pltte .. 6:00 11:1C? 1:50 J4:55
?.i C. & Bt.L.- *52 6:Si 8:52 1:5* 4:17 *8:47
A.m. r. X. A. X. A.M.
X. T. V. & w. *9"SO "5:3)1 12:00 fcOOl 54:00
ARgrVAIi or TRAINS.
[Sun- *
day. a.m. a.m. r.H. a.m.
3. A 0. R. B 12:15 10:30 2:SJ1 9:20
P. M. A.M. A.M. A.M.
feat. O. Dlr 5-5i 10:00 2:56 10:45
a. M. p. M.
!F.,P.&B.DiT 7:55 11:201 6:25
A.M. r.M. A.M.
He?. & Pitta? 11:40 5:6S 7:57 J&-42...
A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
C. <fa Bt. L- U:w 8 52 8:37 11:02 4 02 7:17
X.T.V.AW. >&4o!tl0-.2vl &"5cib
t baily except auaoay. ~*
1 Steubeavule Accommodation.?This train dorng
the day p?Wfa backward and forward between
klartln's Ferry and B:llalre; itopplnjjwhen required
rndG^velMill. " nu" "" w*"*
1 M&ssilou Accommodation.
St Clairsvillo Accommodation.
C., T., V. A W. Trains run by Columbus time.
HEELING AND ELM GROVE R. R.
On and after MONDAY. JDLY 3.1SS2. can on the
Wheeling and Elm Grove Railroad will run as lolows,
leaving the city (corner Herentli and Market
itrcett). and Hornbrook's Pnrk. at
6:30 a. * 10.00 X. M. L'SO P. K. 5.30 P. M.
7:00 " likSO " 2.TO " 6:00 "
7:3) " 11:(0 " 2:30 " f> 31) "
6:00 " 11:30 " X:03 " 7 30 "
S SO " 12:00 M. 3-30 " &00 "
9 01 ' 12:30 r. M. 4:10 " 8 30 "
9.30 " 1:00 4-30 " 9 00 "
5:M " 930 "
Sunday* excepted.
On Sundays (in fair weather) car* will run every
? minute*, from 7:40 a. k. to 9.40 p. m.
J 03. KLEEH.
irl Sniwlntenumt.
MUSICAL OOODS.
POR SALE.
A GOOD SECOND-HAND
Steimvay DPiano!
AT A BARGAIN.
Call soon.
LUCAS' JiUSIC STOKE,
je23 1142 Main Street
piANO AND ORGAN STOOLS.
Job lot at les3 than present coat prices.
Elegant styles, beat quality goods, from $2
upward. Will not duplicate present lot at
the prices.
WM. H. SIIEIB.
jy!2 53 Twelfth St.. Washington Hall.
gHEET MUSIC.
A large collection of New and Popular
Music, for 5 cents per copy.
WILSON & BAUMEE
jy7 13QS Market Street.
QATTLE AND HOG FEED
For Sale Cheap.
Wheeling Grnpo Sugar and Beflnlns Co.
K--';V - A. C. EGERTER.
?pr!8 8ecitUrr. '
DRY OOOD3-OEO. B. TATLOR.
BONN'ET
SILKS
There being numeroos inqi
ies for a belter grade of Bit
Silks than are asoally kept,
have, in order to supply
want, purchased a line of I
celebrated Bonn'et Silks onter
enabling ns to sell them as 1
as they are retailed in any m
tot. Customers wanting to i
this make of Silk will pie;
ask for the Bonn'et,
Geo. R. Tayloi
PARASOLS,
Sun Umbrellas
Fresh Arrivals Every Few Days,
Don D Toiilm
UGUb eli I QJlul
SUITINGS!
Smal! Checks, Stripes, Bu
caded and Plain, in Fabr
suitable for the Ssasoi
and ot latest importation
tlvlbKOIDt Rtl
-"-DRESSES""IN
-NUN'S VEILING AND CAS
HER ED INDIA. YEIiY
DESIRABLE.
Geo. R. Tayloi
Summer
Dress Goods
STRIPED AND BROCADED
GRENADINES
NUN'S VEILING,
UAIYltL'S HAiH UKbHAUINtS
Laco Buntings.
Geo. R. Tayloi
ELEGANT SILK
Wo- chnw fhic Q-nrir
II \J UUI/1I IUIU UJJI11
the most elegant assor
lent of M Brocade
Stripes, and Morie Frai
cais in Black and Color
ma hovii oTTflu nffonfld
Ob JiUIU 0101 VUOiOU.
Geo. R. Tayloi
&pr27.
MEDICAL,
" Iiiiplfts.iiiis!
|
ick
^ discoveker 1'Sv'Jii. ^Lutcmai's
[he CATHOLICON,
v A POSITIVE CU7.E FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
m_ Tills remedy will tctlu lurmony with tho KeIII
\ mala ?j?tcm at all timer, anil aJi?o Immediately
mu upon tin abdominal and uterlno muscle*. and re
itnro them toabealtlijr and itrongcondition.
AUT Dr. Marchbl'i Uterluo Catbollcon will cure fallU
fl In g of the womb, Leucnrrbira, Chronic Inflamma*
tlon and Ulceration of the Womb, Incidental
Hemorrhage or Flooding, Painful, Suppressed
3f. and Irregular Menu rant Ion, Kidney Complaint,
U4 UarmiDCM and 1? especially adapted to the cb&npj
of Life. Bend for pamphlet free. All letters of
fifl ioiulry/rwly *n?irered. Address as above. Vor
)C0 sale brill druggists. Netmize81 perboiilr,
Old iir gl.oO. Ite?ur? and aa!c for Dr. War.
chill's Uterine Calholicon. Takecootkcr.
SB Wholesale and Retail by
M ]?w IJOOAS * CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DP.CGOISTS. Kdraund
Bocklng, AKt,an<l Cherlc* Moetikemocller. Aecn'g,
no2niA?
f?r free*. i
^RELIABLE SELF-CUBE ;
favorite jT'-srr'pilfm- of one of tfco
? mcatnU^l and urrwaful na-cUtlsw In tueU.S.
H InownflrrO) for thociif?!Of.,Vrrp??M? ttrtiUltUi
Xjumt MmtliootT.ireakHvahtiuil J>rcitu> b?u\
la plulu sealedcavcl'ipe/ree. Drug gUta tau flUit.
Addrctt Dn. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. ,
HARRIS REMEDY C0?sIiKC& 1
*T? ".nl.u i.4 s?l, rr?o'? ct
PROF.HABRiB'PASTILiE RUEDY
C*:.| *\3> tint Km ?al eiUi? ?t-a ?s8tr
Ky!. fron *t?J Pfcjilnl U?blll?r.
PrtoMM* F.iUa.tlon ml
f K*?7 tUKaj raDHsirttvt,
m-mm-t * ?,r ^-|ck|r ,tlJ CUIr,j.
\ Tt? li'Cflr |i put ?p la botrt. .No. I (luting ? tun, lb). fi, (
t to?J?vt?n!r?.litleu|t]?.irrsc???,l 1
(luilogtli/r* JT. mat bj mil In ptkia "r?jvt?r?. .
lllrr<m?.fort.U**fr?oiu?J?l.?hllot. I'MfblrtiWrfr
btH IfcU fll?w toi e?U ct (W ig| x?lt4 03 ?Pljlc*ik?o
)- WMM
Vrag tiprrirn** in curia; <li??i?i ?f the lllooU, Skin and
Itunet.?>cr*ou? JK-Mllty. Impotcncr, Orc&cln
i Weaker**. Gonwrrbtru, hjrphllHtc wi Mercurial
(I ft ABcrllon* prelnlty IrcBtoJ oo K-lrulie pnndpUt,
II* *114 mIc ?t>l 'in rcardle*. C?I1 or write M Ll?t of Qa?*
1 U U?u u be aoiacrtd by the* drwrit j trnuixci bj mill.
IVrt?*?a?rrUcfr?M Uij>l?r? ?Lo?H mc4 (kflrkddrmA I
ud Irini waittlrc It lUlrxtiulyn llliMtilniH./ [
addrtn. NIC. liLTTS 5. SU U~ St. Le?K So.
q EaTAHUMIEH OVEIt TH1KTV VKAltS.
n bS iMtfd&til
s THOUSANDS *>f T<"j?ci>c?H f'inn r*rvjc? nwL X? I
01 ?W;i. ?r. J. MTPhKVM. '?
PHOTOGRAPHY,
J </ Lvwrv^i-. '
Photographic Studio,
133 MARKET STREET,
3>-C Opposite McLnre House.
"PLUMMER
Has the Largest and Fineii
_ Photogrnpli Gallery.
" is the err/.
B?t S<J.oo Cabinets ?nl? 8:>.oo per dozen.
jeO i'33 MAIN" STRKRT.
QRAYON PORTRAITS AT
TITLES' ART STUDIO,
j* Kn WU VAfV HTR*KT.
KTZJ s-Z
IMPERISHABLE
aaf^-xF* ^crrer^.v^'.sjg.-raiss-PERVUME,
'
Surra 7 & lanrr-.an's :
FLOB/SAWATER, ;
1 Bssi for TOILET, BATH
" and HANDKERCHIEF. '
INCREASE '
YOUit CAPITAL.
Investor* of small nn-1 milium
/sr.ajountnin (iralir, I'rovHlons aa-J
vv /S?3 liiock* rr lullr protocol rn inost
ciU!imiToRnrlla;ico.itIalo;-TWor-i.
Y ~ Oar sacceturful, inlly triitj. old ft_
, tal)lUtK?l pine. T~r iu Import*
WHEAT xout weekly, dividendsp&i<!ia?ntli* I
< I " *-*-"* jy, j-crnl ns oncu fcr cxpiana?r7 ?
i ' ? trs circular*! and ran record. ft.ke. ]
1 V.Pt?iT3 DivltieadspiiddunnaiTJitthrK'oo j
cra'AiU r.:oBtij? on tliis funit sCO.Vi v*r (
Rtlfu0 AiMTMW ILKM.HIN*; ?
i-ti & M3 LaSailo
?3-\V? wan: a in-sl Meat ia *
. crcrv town. Excellent .ladceo- i
C* I fife Sicnu. Oovl pay to o rapoasi* \
j* @iuu y*- v*"w** |
price*. Ac?sl< fM tU? KKTOy BLOWERS. BTEAM
rCMfS etM CTfclf. EStlj y KKRa' cEH'U?3.
AGENTSH aiujtt FOR (WANTED!
Ig CHflffiBERS;rDICT10NflRy
t Universal Knowledge,
CflUPlETE CYCLOPEDIA C? USEFUL INFORMATION! "
Tfcanrwtujwsful.corapcctUtcrnryArhlftvnnentof
lis Ace. Uu no comr?tltort. CorapMt?nt Solicitor!
wsnt?S. J?n i'^ddlera dc?4 applr. Sod for ful21>?p-lpUroCircular*.
0. H. CHAMBERS ?l CO, SST.L0VIS.2Xa
CHICAGO, III. ATLANTA, Q:\. ]
) J^EMOVAL. AXDXEW ARRIVAL OF j
i'Ugr 10, ruucious anu firing ?agons.
All wananted and peat bailing.
Saleroom! Xo. 1KB ul 150! Miin, itrrn, lately cccupiedby
31r. Warner.
JZi J- W. FKRRELL.
jq-Q FOR THE FOURTH 1
Don't forset to mil at Ilfyiaan's and en ?f
hi? Ico Cream, M he will havTw ?do1t
Ite.41itJT1^2JMnd5?,ne*i?feC|w* ' wio&iothi !
city. i*L?o, cold ?ncl5p4iiiir.jfoiiA W*tcr.
V" Telephone Ko. M. ' 1012 MalnSlr^
i i "n^,ug labels and wrappers
n?pd MUj, < trnl DwlRCN, in the
INSURANCE.
JUDGE FOR YOUKSELF
i'om {-arc.*, well, IS**,
Mutual Life insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK,
In round numbers...-.* ?...to 1,000,000
New Vortc Life..... 47.ttv.ooo
g?w Knuland ilutunL.-....? lfl.oort.oon
IVun Wnt tiiU 7.OOO.UOO
Mutual lk'Ue(Jt...._ .... M.OOO.OUO
In ratio of manncemcnte?>eu*!* to toUl Income
forlM2,cotn|*rethe
JIiiIiiiiI Lire Ills. Co., of X.V., 0 MO per ct
with the
S'ctr York Life.?. 2 10 l*r cent
Sew Kno1ai.il MIIII..1 1. a in ^
lYnn Mutual 7J...4io "
Mutual BcucQt...^ 10 ihlO "
Wliicli are tlio lowest ltntcs
Annual Premium for an Insurance of 11,000, Bfo 35.
Mutual 1.1 re Ins. Co., ofX. T. $22 42
New York Life .. f-? 3S
NewEtiRlaud Mutual 'JC 50
IVnn Mutual ..................... i? 2J
Mutual lknoflt~ ...... M 00
For other comparison* and Information. <*11 at
l'ETEKSON'8 AGENCY,
my!5 11CO Main Street.
ipUE MANUFACTURERSFire
Insurance Company,
OF WHEELING, K. YA.
081c*?No. 51 Twelfth St., under Washington HaU
Cnpltttl, - - - ^100,000.
DIRECTORS.
A. W. Paull. W. K. IYudleto'u, O. R. Tinjtle,
John J. Jouea, George lfook. Geo. E. Siifel
Hobt. Simpson, Alex. J. Cecil, Robt. <'nuij;le
ROBT.CRANGLE,I'rvt2deut.
W. 1C. I'ENDLKTON, Vice President
J. C. ALDERSON. Secretary.
JO*. KMSIIE1MKR, Agent.
Iniurw all kind* of properly at reasonable rate*
PLUMBIKO OAS AMD ST RAH FITTINO. ,
'JlEDIBLE A LUTZ, j
PLUMBERS,
Sas and Steam Fitters,!
\ 1418 Market Street
Heating anil Ycntllatiug of public build- i
ugs, dwellings ami factories a specialty.
<
I^HOMPSON & 1IIBBERD,
PRACTICAL I'LUMHEIW, k
3as and Steam Fitters, 1314
Market St., Wheeling, W. Ya, l{]
t<
Dealers in all kind* oi lead, wrought and c?t Iron l'
ilpcs, sewer pipes hud chimney tojw, ste*m- atd c
rtter KaiiRct, tlphou pimps, wfciy Talvea, bath
uto, tdaka, Ac. Sole agents (or the
Celebrated Cameron Steam Pump,
md Underwriters' Ou Machine. Order* from the P
country promptly filled. xaa23 jj
J^UKE F1TTOX, it
'radical Plumber, Gas and Sieam Fittei 1416
ilain street
All orders promptly attended to. ja4 Z
^yM. HARE & SON, J
'RACTICAL PLCM2EES, OAS AND 8TXAM
JITTERS, * P
So. 23 Twelfih street. I
All wo:* done promptly at reasonable price*.
1*7 _
BAKING POWDER. ]
mmp cream
Taster s?
A \?*S jW'i ]
U* ?'A ii
This Baking Powder Is made Iron strictly pnrc >
rrape cream tarter, and crery can U warranted to *
i* e satisfaction ?r money refunded by
LANG, GKABE <s BA1RD,
Mandjnlctouzm,
le23 UM Main utrcot. Wheeling.
PICTURES AND ART MATERIALS.
PEERLESS
Ice Cream Freezers. A
good assortment of this excellent article j
)n hand at
W. S. HUTCHINS'. c
_ 41 Twelfth Street. v
pRAMES! FRA31ES! c
v
All styles Card, Cabinet, Tancl and Bouloir,
at
KIRK'S ART STORE, (
^ lfifis Main Btreet. ^
jq-EW STOCK OF ENGRAVINGS. V
J-riJcll^?Soci7k'' InrtrncUns. '"orncliw1 Rcnlr c
TiSlen^lwriint^iSi0/ May Flower, MMnijshl
SK? ?B * , &* ite"- -P?re the Weed*. !*ci o
i ats. Je/x-y. \ illa^e Klv? *, Tawo at the Conrt of a
lh^?;.Ii ? ie5r't?.ru lJ^ore tlirabeUj, and many ?
)thcr desirable lahjccu. Cull and see them. a
. ? J-.MCULL, A^ent, ?
mv< Mrljir.> Hnnw Art ?t^ro C
STMOOMn?
wava IJLJ viivwjuy
at g 1^. 3x.
EXCEPTING' SATURDAY.
IOHIN FRIEDEL,
jy!0 1050 MAIN- STREET
HATS A1 GAPS !
Spring- Styles
NOW :a STOCK AT |
gmfli? t mstutoawp
ujjutiujj u. luniiiiOuil 0
1222 MARKET STREET.
OSTJ-IW. JIAKCiKRS, CARDS FT<f
In .tjlr. iKaiom'tke bn. riuT. Si, iT,'
Ujeaou Job Oloc. '
SUMMER RESORTS,
SUMMEtt KEsOltT.
2200 feet Above He* Level.
SPRING MILLS HOUSE I
Spring Mill*. Centre County, Pa, Terminus of i
the Lcwliburg 4 Tyrone R. H.
ThU Is a new bouw and newly furnlahed with
I everything ten Jin* to comfort and convenience ot arflm&l
Jueats. Thealr Ulmlgoratlm and perfecily fiee c
rom malarl?,au4 particularly favorable lor (be
ie?tora Ion to health of twnotii afflicted u lb l'ul* '*
monary complaint*. Malarial dwordeii and llay > I
Fever. The beauty of natural lunOundlnr, tbe Wj
giandeurof ?cenery and the perfect puilty ol the
air and water make* It one of the lnuat delightful !
pota for health, rvat and iccreatlou. Koarby the
celebrated I'euu Cave#, aurpaJalng any thing of the
kind known?aallliiR mile*under ground?and In*
apcctlng halla of givat wonder of bygone aget.
Carriage! to the cava Jail v. -
- .. ....^vnwyiBumu'Vi in
luppllrd with meat*, inllk aid freth rexvtallcntiil.. .
trulU lu kmoii, health Hilly prvttartd aud tastefully ,
Krved. Good lUblInn accomodations. " '>'uV
Perday, 2 ?J
Per urwik. (lcsi than a C OC 1
Per month... 20 OC . 1
All lnuulryaitoKoomiandUoanlwlllbe prompt*
ly answered. GEO. B, NASH,
JyS Maniftr.
MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK,
??* IIHI HUB?nil mill
The New Sumracr.Resort for tho >
PEOPLE or WllEEMlVti.
*************************** I
S MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK HOTEL I J
**.{ The Association Headquarter*. J**
***********************
WILL DE OPEN IS A FEW DAYS.
For Information addrcsa.
Jy5 II. 11. VASMBTEB, Manager.
ALLEGHENY HOTEL,
MOUNTAIN' LAKE PARK, Ml).
\N ill be open for the reception of guesta
AFTER THE 10th OF JULY. . ..''A"3?J
- .? ''tr--'.:-'-1' ft
The rooms arc large an-1 airy, ami are furoUhed
rltb all modem convenience!. The hltuttlon 1?
no of the most convenient *ud Uautiful at the : ,
'art The table will be furnished with ever) thing
he market can aflbnl. Chance* will be reasonable.
For Information addres* tho rroprietor of the i
loteL .
O0NGRESS HALL,
O OCEAN CITY, VD. . ^
ThI* popuUr hou?e will bo manned thli seiwn
iv the undersigned, and those favoriug u* with a
Islt may rely upon baring their comiarta properly
poked alter. .. ^tv\5
We respectfully solicit the p?tronage of our 2
riend* and the traveling public. - - ;.1
For Information and circulars aridrcfa,
RENNEBT it CO..
Jel9 Pecan City. Worcester <'a. Mrt. ";Vvi3
'A rAHYI.AND HOUSE,"
, -i&J-Js
3C1S-VN GHOVE, N. J.
First daw location, near beach. Wheeling people
come down and we will make it pleasant lor you." ' ;
ltetom ticket* can be purchased from P., W. ?fc
ly. Kallnwd good until October 1st.
F. 1'. TBRXKR.
Jyl2 Proprietor^
SLADES HOTEL,
OAKLAND, MD.
A Celebrated Summer Resort. Flrst-c'am In all _ :
's appointment*.. The htandanl of thl? w*ti v
ioumj wilt t>o maintained as one of the leading ho- -' <
sis In the country. Good huuting ?uid llihltig In " , ' i
!ie neighborhood. ICootna lnrj!?i and airy, and i.'
uUlneexcellent. Clmrves moderate.
jy3 JOHN 11 URAXT, Manager.
SUMMIT HOUSE,
CRANBERRY SUMMIT, W. VA.
Occupies a commanding position on the Kcmmlt *TSe
latcauof the Alletheuy Mountain*. The accomlodatloiui
forjsucsU urc ample, tlie rornw liavlnj
een lately refurnished. Good hunting, and Dili- V'Jpa&A
lg In the neighborhood. Three pa??:nger tralnt
icli way dally. TrrmR arc rewwnable. Xi/ai&s
Mta. MAKY E. WOKftJISGTOK,
jyr, I'mprietroa.
FOR RENT.
j^OIt RENT.
' ''' '
Dwelling House, 1413 Cbapline 8trcet,ot?osite
St. Mathews Church, now occupied by
?r. It II. BullarJ.
Enquire on premies. jy!2 "ypoll
REST.
Th%t deilrable dwelling comer Twelfth andEoS ' >
;reet, newly papered and polntex. and Improved
i the latest style, 9 room?, t>ath robin and kitchen..,
osse*?Ionat once. Kent reaiuuiible to deUrahla " ' ri
iiiant. Apply to
BLUM & MABK3.
1106 Main Street.
pOR RENT.
Store-room No. 10G5 Main street, which
fl?en completed will be one hundred and
ixty-seven feet deep, with two basement
wms, each sixty-seven feet deep.
Euquireof *
mh-JO JA3. L. HAWLEY.
FOR SALE,
piou SALE-TI1E STOCK AND GOOD
L? will of a well equipped Job Printing Office In ;
lis city, or would fed material In lota to suit. For
inbi-rpanhnilaraeuquIieftitaUoffice. Jy< '
[XE FOI1 SALE. .
COOO Tons Best Quality Icc,
onrtcen to twenty inches thick. By car load for
resent shipment, or teason delivery. Loweit :'<;3S??"
eight rcte* to all joint*. Address, . " V' v^
W. E. CHAPMAN*, ~
Jv7 ; gftndmky. 0.
pOR SALE OR RENT.
KIRKWOOD PROPERTY. < ;
Eleven acres on the hill above town.
H. FORDES, Wheeling.
To. 7, U. 8. Custom House. Telephone F-C.
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pOR SALE. ? -
20 Shares Stock In LaBelle Mill.- '
20 Shares Stock in Bellaire 31111. V V'!?v$2sf
20 Shares Stock In F. &. M. Ins. Co. V
10 Shares Stock in Grape Sugar Refinery.
I. IRWIN,
je27 I?o. 24 Twelfth Street.
pOR SALE.
Farm of 770 acres on Kanawha river, Mason ' ounty,
\V. Va., about one-third under culti- .
ation; convenient to schools and churches.
1G0 acres east of Junction City, Davis
ounty. Kansas; good rolling prairie and well
ratered. V-'Xv-i
W. V. HOGE A BRO.,
mySO 1300 Market street. ; - . ,
SALE OF ACCOUNTS. .
In chancery In the Circuit Court of Ohio County
V. 1L Itobin*on and other* #[email protected]
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barlcs D. J. Blncell and other*. - . - -, ;
By virtue of in order made by the Circuit Court
f ohio county, on the 3d day of June. 1&S2, in the
bove entitled cause, the undesigned Receiver .,
ill, on SATURDAY, JULY 15, 18SJ, comroencingvV.jv'r'^
110 o'clock*. *.. proceed to tell tho outstanding<2
ccounts due to the firms of Houston & JJinj?ellana . v*Sg
harlw D. J. Bineell, being the same rejorted to ^Jwjg
fie Court and ordered to be fold. Any person de*:
IringtOfeea list of raid acconnta ran do w by
ailing on the undersigned. Albt of Bald account* ;'"v t?5
111 be exhibited on the day of wile. Terma oi
lie. caiih. B. I?. LIST. Receiver; . ' 5
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