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I " ~ MEDICAL. ^
MJiurui*it
. t^rttr. of AttonU, Ga.. uyf.H.B, B.
A. J cue of PcroiuU which had
gJfjkMlo411 oU??rtf?tmeuu
CATAUUIl.
,. .-ivjtrh I* ??"fc cure. Curod meiltci
lL. SrtUnwt h?d l?"w. ...
^ Grwnautle, Itul.
KC/K3IA.
x l Roblnwn, member North CconU Conv
taken H. 8.8. for a clear cjw
Eioptlun h?i? disappeared. lanwtU,
IIIIKUMATISJI.
...v'oroanwhowMCOnnnul lohji bed *ix
^ iti Mrrviirul KhcuinttUmnM bccu curwl
rt,4iitutiuj34 lickir, ChatUnoogi'^Tenn.
...iwur.d dollar* would not pnrch??e from
? -i hi' e flicled In my cure. I had Ma*
fLniuika. A Kill* Thomas,
X*r<i-Aid the BcputlJcan^rlagfleld, Tcnn.
sKI.V AM) BLOOD DISEASES,
. f pyhop, Hot Spring*. Ark., wja: Know a
no? cm M,,h & 8. *<. alter the Sprlngsand
jj^nliaiuvtuuftit bad Mletl-diK'UC nerer
sur-d , ,
Tt-w sna'-i*k<ve P***1 'lnro 1 q?it taking S.
I j iiafwl:*1" ertnin H.8. (Ud It.
l" T. S. Taooa*.t, Tel. Operator,
.Salamanca, N. Y. j
ft'.ie Qiliilan. M. D., Kaaleji, 8. C., tayn:
iMaa.tHin*botll??S.8. S. on cmc Blood Uij.
Jb, pta ap to die, ?m mtUfled it will nearer.
Oetkut bit not made known a combination
.Vys..*.::./i,r-Mnor Blood D1h&.*c*.
* T. L Mawsnbvwj, Fh. 0., M&lon, Ga.
SOLD liV ALL DRUGGISTS.
ucghus bros. a to.,
ti Wholtvale a srnt. Wheeling, W? V*.
drXe. smith,
SO. HIT CHAPLIXE STREET.
y t?t ertttnee of a Dh/rician's sticcckj la the toao?jolhi?p?tlaif.
The lucrea*lng demands for
.?wofi-?ional K-nricTS prove thai I have dealt
wkyill j nit'i Uirly with those wno liarc consulted
bT*I never usea patient's uame without permUta.
thoueh I have many hundred certificate* from
whoa I havecurvd after they*bad been proMaittd
imuraHe. A thorough medical education,
Snuny yea r?h*?j'luleiperlen(*and familiarity
iShtberatmtlc agents. a close observance of ternvnafnulfeculiaritlej'
and strict attention to
(itSfolc nunasemeut insures raccca, If cure Is
?;Mc. and I franklygire the patlcut my oplulon.
1103133 PROOF
irtsey in< Liver Di.H*sea and Rheumatism.?
fc&rtd Terribly.?"Nothing seemed to help me;
act let out of bed. Dr. Hmith cured me."
ZEPT. PHILLIPS.
Wheeling. W.Va.
Polypus of Nose, Impaired Voice ?Sufkrti
lor yearv rcitent medicine failed to help me.
kizith completely cuad me.
CHARLES CBADDUCK,
of Speidcl i Co, Wheeling. W. Va.
tad ulcerated stomach.?"Treatment
ta]?n failed to give tee relief. l)r. Smith cured
zt," TIloMAS HOLT, Insurance Agent.
nx-'Htd them for fourteen yoitrs. Dr. Smith
R.Tii ce." LOUIS F. WASHINGTON,
ici/ali, Running Sores on Head.?"My son was
\lsA for fourteen ycare. Nothing seemed to
Dr. Smith cured him."
mrs. Catherine caps,
MarkeUtreet. Wheeling. W. Va.
to*r.-"Suffesed for years with cancer. Had it
esiflt thrw tines. It returned after each operait
Dr. inith cured me without knife c*u?ticor
to." MRS. II. M.ORCUTT.
K*, Fi?ta!a of Anus.?Hat of mybickfor 18
t?U Reported dying. Dr.SmlthcuiodmewlthKlkaUe,bfive
weeks.
THOMAS COLVIN.
Wlelaale Grr<*rt Main St., Wheeling. W. Va.
ricwadoos of Rectum, Prolapsus and Pllea.?
Tu ores up to die and pronounced Incurable.
Iticiti cared me without knife."
WASHINGTON DEL A NY,
Martin's Ferry.
Eer.H.0. La.!<l writes?"Dr. Smith's profewtonal
tni-w in my family have been most satlsinciory
ud I cncntn-I him to all as a gentleman and a
tcL'jl phjiician." - ;
Ha Jla^aret Kolb sayr?"I had been suffering
nr. .Smith uld I had a tune-worm ami
a tkatkour* removed a monster 109 net lonp.'
teak Complaint.*.?Three yean in hospital* for
teiH tire me peculiar ad vuntaae* in such cases.
Ptwu renal of catarrh, diseases of heart, liver,
fcaith, kidneys, skin, blood, nervoiw affection*
ui of men and youth, acrofulaand
ic=iit?tlfy to my succcfA
fvmrcd without the fcnlfe.'
Pccu it & Jlstant may bo treated by letter and
as&tlna jcturanteed. A chart for self eiaminaruedpt
of two three cent stamps, and
store mumed free.
Gmnlutlon at office free. Office hours from 9 x.
i'jJr. a., d4lly. Call on or addrcw
J. E. SMITH. SLD^i
Tl2 No. 1117 Chaplin* St.. Whtellnir. W.-Va.
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Mulcts from the country promptly filled. f;;,
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Hejling anil Tcntilatln; of public build
duellings and factories a specially
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i.Hi'J. MEDICAL.
m jpw
LYDIA E. PSNKHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
1* a Ponltltfl C'nra
Far all tb??e Painful C'oruplnlaUand WrulntaM*
w Hiuun U ?ur bfil ftBuU poyaUllii*
X Medlelno for Woman. Inrrntnl by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
TW CrMlnt 1?B??1 W*?urf SUet tk? !?? ? ?f tOrier?.
f^It rerlrw th* drooping ipirita, lntlfor*t<?? anil
hanoonlxw tbo'oryank function*, sire* elMtlcit/ and
nrmnerj to thdit?p, restore* the natural loatra totha ,
eye, ami pUata on the pile check of woman tto tnth
rv*et of Ufe'a spring and tarljr iummrr time.
fcf7"Phplclani (Jit It and Prescribe It Freelj.t*
It rtnvjvns falntapw, (Utolcncj, dettroyi all craving j
tar rtlmoknt, and rellorej wtakncif of tho itonuu-h.
That fating of bearing down, earning pain, weight
ml Im'IfiU'h* li ?l?n?< I*"'"? *
For the rare of Kidney Complaint# of either MX 1
thU Compound U uuaurpumd. <
I.TDIA F, 1'IXKIIAM*H BLOOD I'UUIFIHU J
will eradicate trtrj ?e?tlf? of lium<r? from th? J
Dlixvl, *nd irtro ton* and ?trrntfth to the ijrttrn, of
buuj woman or chilU. iniirt on Wlstf U. I
IV.Ih the Compound and Mood Pnriflrrnre prrpared '
at ta and t? Wc*t?rn Arenas, Lynn, Max*. Trice ot 1
olth'T, $1. Hlx bcrttire for f\ Sent by mail In the form \
of pUU, or of loastota, on rwJpt of prier, fl per box (
for either. Mr*. I'lnkham freely annrenall lottanof :
ltvjtiiry. KncloMSct-itAmp. 8tudforj*mplikt.
Ko family ?hnuM ba without LTDIA F- TIVKTUM-g .
xjveu 1'iua The* cure constipation, uuouukm, '
and torpidity of the liter. Z3 cent* per Uix. <
Wt>oIdby all l)ruggUtt."5.? (>)
[f U Iv K K' S "1
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|| on ac? |
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Parker's Hair Balsam it finely perfumed xnd is
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SOc. ud |I I', ioUrt la {rip uJ owJVIsn.
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A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or (areier. worn out with
Overwork. cr a mother run down by family or bou&e*'
boSd duties try Pabxxx's Clhccb Tonic.
If you area lawyer, minuter cr business man exhausted
hy mental strain oranxious caret, do not take
ifitoxicalingitimulants.butusel'atkcr'sCiflgerTonic
If you hare Consumption, Dyspepsia, KheumaUrn,
Kidney Complaints, or^ny dtsorderof the lungs,
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And lbs Beit aad Surest Cough Cere Ever Used.
If nu are wasting away from age. dissipation or
. any disease or weakness and require a stimulant taks
Gwgbb Tokic at once; it wiQ invigorate and build
rou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate.
' It has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
" CAUTION !-R?fWs!! icfcUUUi. IVWt Clnfrr Toole U
int i.ul tl tba U?t rnmliiJ ?r?at? hi l!>r*oftJ.ta<ibratirf!y
d Smtl (ro4 prr|?rsU?si of ri#;rf slant. S-oi ftrcirrtiarW
IUa: A Co., S. SCr.A 11 u*t, it <UtUn b drsgb
great s aviso tcmc DOLUtn sax.
pctfurae cjt?etliiigljr.poiniI<}r, There
Isnolbloff Illicit. Inibtupoo haviflj'p'toigu. I
tok Colons *nd loo!c fbr iijsatur? cx
J{j,c4cotf 9^Gx
c% trcrj Vxtffc Acjr dr^dit cr ?U*Jrr b tmHsstrr .
c*a tupplf T??< tJaa4TJ?>rtite:?. I
L-llUIK 5AVIJCO BUYING lie. ST7E. ' |
MRS.
VA2I DDREN'iJ
mm we.
A Positive Curo for oil Femalo
Complaints.
" T-AiliM'Tflnte H prware-! hr theTVotnen't MedJeat Ici
,?t?Iuu vf {JuifiJo. atul boa been utcl tuccnUully
liy U<!U? for jtin. li.it a Jiff tkn for all Feaute
Co?opUJol?,Si<Jl?nil N?nw?? llrliU.hc. Dyipcptia.aiM
a'i *eiknc??t ii-u-J Ly ihuvcirtr^ularmo ?hwii a:e
ta toaacn to woaiaUnd. TSlt it no Pauut Mtim>r,
i but it prcpartrl, alter year* of eaperience. and rcccm|
nj^icl.kau-nr.stbatltxiUjjuenrwIlictaanjrlnukcadoctm.'wora
out or orer-trotted emabrr ofthe ?<?.'
It ?oubi*e trlcl other itmeilirt without tuccrtt. do
not l* liiKouncoi.but el*o "LADIUS* TONIC" a
trui. it ncttr/jiii to L-irj aa>l/?rmj.
ntnt rtlitf. ' ...
II you ait troabicd with *ny toisni or complaint
cotsmoolo cat tea. la/ atij? the ?locu*'? prctt-tipucn
f'toaceVietl try" Ladies* Tonlf/'whkh ?e rtiarantec ?tllpotiti?cl*fur?
you. On* Bottle la Sufficient.
\>coet> t Medical In?Utuie it aa A?won ion of Jl'isti
and X'tJArrtil y?rt*or?icstc, who rt?c adrkc and
, antwer letter* Irom UJfti./r//.
fwowill bejjuen fot anycavs of Female WeaVn'n
? priMUl?r*?lu,> "La Uea'.Toolc" will not cure. Thh
? }i'3?#HMiWfB!feT,!njdel>yrr''/?nrt?//!aillM?hakn<"r
- (n*i fifcritntt (>v?t "LADIES' TONIC" can Uu.
, . Sold,by Oruggjit*,:. JI.OO.
M whoJc?lc rv tall by
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clFOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF^
J CONSTIPATION. |
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. StrcnrtbTl'Offl of Vitality,'DefectIra Memory. Impaired
Brain Power, and dlfe**** from which an
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twelve package* for 15 00.-WQ1 be pent free by mail
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A cart fuarantced. v\ Buffalo,N.Yi
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~ wn&& WUlimJfHfiUUi u/ftibM, UJr
W. BAUD CATALOGUE, f
MA ' * IMI. .1*0 Men, to Kfxnritn tfl AtWW
Pfm liutruruati. St.Ua. C?u, frlu lorn- A -fSV*
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JimMlaoUo** Td^toZkedKUtVtAe'njj
Ufa Bntdtytmr.
unifm Xoi. 2?lwmla7 I'ourtffnlh Nlrtfl,
Local TrniUllunrtl ICrmlnUcciifc* of Pioneer
I.IIP.
by dr. j. c. iiui'P.
From Ibo InUUIgcnctr of M?jr Slat, MM.
the capture and escape ok cattaiv joiln
jacob miller*
At the dawn of n lino .September morn*
inn in the year' 1781, Cnpt. Miller, Frank
II...... ??,l ..I ...i . \i:i
mm vawu i pnci, Ki uui iruiil illU*
ler*8 block house on Buffalo creek, with tlic
iloable purpose of performing the dangeraua
duties ol spies and looking after cstray
horses. Each Lad with hitn his trusty rifle i
and equipments, well supplied with powder
and ball. With alert and vigorous
stupe they pursued a westerly course,which ,
won led "them beyond the reach of the
most distant view of their homes and into j
ihe nearly unbroken forest Iving between |
"the three ridges" and the Ohio. I
Having spent the day in unsuccessful :
search and scouting, returning they were j
avertakeu by nightfall near the cabin of |
Jonathan Link, on Middle Wheeling creek. |
Here they turned in and were greeted with ,
that hearty kind of weWomo peculiar to |
backwoodsmen, They were cordially in- ,
cited to share the comforts of his fireside <
tor tiio nfglit which was cheerfully accept- |
;d. What, in these periloos times, were <
;heir subjects of conversation during the
ivening needs no exercise of fancy to con- <
iecture. ,
Having made their supper on Indian ,
Johnny cake and water, with some "jerked ,
venison'-' which happened to be iu the
:abin, they-retired to their beds on the left. ]
it was a bright starlight night,"and all na- <
,ure seemedpropitious for security and rt>- i
;>ose, and had it not been for the fierce ]
marking of their dogs, #no danger would ,
!i'ave been apprehended.* The men conjectured
that the disturbance kept up by the j
logs augured more than merely the prox- {
mifv nf ix'oIvpa nr tlin linnJinw nf ??< /
vhieh could bo beard occasionally in differ?ut
parts of the deep woods that surroundid
the cabin.
Link in his over-aniety to render his
ruests contented in the enjoyment of bis
hospitality affected indifference, hoping to
iliay their apprehensions of dauger. But,
lotwithstanulng, one or other of the party
teemed to employ his time alternately in
iisturbed rest, and then, with anxious soicitude
for their safety, casting watchful
;lances around the cabin, or gazing around
he opening, and on the wall like masses of
oreat which loomed up dimly against the
iky light, seeming to enclose it in far
itretching mountain . ramparts, no visijle
danger could be discovered.
At length the chirping of the wood birds
ind the peculiar chill and milling of the
tin which are always the percursorsof apiroaching
(lav, announced that the dawn
vas close at fiand.
The hooting of the owls had ceased and
he dogs lav in slumber, curled down near
he cabin door.
Dnriug the night a band of savages had
:rept cautiously and inaudibly to places of
:oncealment near the cabin. Here they
ay nmbushing the door and the path leaung
to thespriuirjiear by."'>?.-;;
The men arose from their restless beds,
sicli cheerfully ackno wledging to the other
hat his fears of danger had been unfound;d.
Butala*! how delusive are all human
lopes and jovs. IIupp and Fisher unsussectingly
opening the door stepped down
othe limpid gurgling spring, which was
jut a few paces below for the purpose t f
jerfonning their morning ablutions. "
Immediately a discharge of rifles issued
rom the covert of weeds and bushes near
5v, killing Fisher and mortally woundir^.
Mupp, who ran into the cabin and up on'.o
he loft, and while exhorting his brothers
lotto give up, sank down into the em?rnri?
of dpnth. The blnod thirsfv Knvn<>-?
low rushed frantically into the cabin, de- j
uanding of the men to surrender immedi- i
itely and band down their guns, or they s
ivoukl lire tl?e house and envelope them in s
lames. " 1
In this awful crisis of trepidation and i
ilarm, being"' overpowered by numbers, 1
Miller and Link had no alternative but un- i
conditional compliance. t
While their hands and arms were being 1
jrmly bound, Hupp was precipitated from
:he loft, dragged beyond the threshhold s
md scalped. '? " "\
Pickets having been detached, the first t
InuianBof the lile facing a northeasterly i
direction, tlie noiseless marcty commenced, t
leaving the mutilated remains of their vie- s
tirns to the mercy of the wild beasts. i
The prisoners, with painful anxiety for s
their relations and friends, now knew with 1
certainty that the putch Fork settlement I
was doomed to speedy 'scalping* cap'tivi- 1
ties and murders. A rapid march was t
thus continued in profannd silence till
they arrived at the summit of the. ridge {
immediately east of tho homestead, on
land now owned by the heirs of the late i
Clrns. Uodgers/Kscj. Here they were met <
by the returning pickets," and a halt en- i
sued. i
At this place, leaving a guard with the I
prisoners, the march, wad promptly re- 1
sumed. t, <
The grand object now Wa? to mako a tie- <
scent on thecauinof Preiley Peak, which
strategic move was carried into aucceaful
operation, ami resulted in the capture of
Peak, a man bylh'e'nameof Burnett, and
WilliamIJawkina^, t jn< . ..
As the relentless, wretches rushed with
exultant yells around the cabin, Peak essayed
to make his escape through a hemp
patch, in the rear of his cabin, amid a
shower of bullets which literally mowed
down the hemp around him in his speedy :
flight. But bounding over the rude fence <
unharmed by the leaden missiles, and
alighting amongst the bushes that fringed I
the dense woods, he was intercepted and
surrounded by the ubiquitous savage war- i
riors, at that moment springing from their
covert, and he was a captive.
These three prisoner having been securely
bound were left in charge of a guard,
when a detachment of Indiunsetarted forthwith
down the creek,vwh|le another party i
hastened to the cabin 1 of William Hawkins,
which was about half a mile further
up the creek.
Here they captured Miss Elisabeth Hawklne,
She being sick at the time prevented
her Iroui'ipftisipc JJ??d lier escape with
the rest of the fpuiily, who had fled ajii}
concealed. themselves in the surrounding
woods.- ...
Mrs. Hawkins lay conccaled amongst the
leaves and branches of a fallen tree with
an infantf in her arms, which she gagged
well nigh to etrangulatiou with her
apron, lest, its cries^ should. -betray her,
whilst the bloodthirsty captors of her bus
nana ana uauguiur paweu -wiuim a lew ;
feet of whcro she lav, undiscovered, in agonizing
terror and trepidation. ' And what 1
is a remarkable tact, her little dog that followed
her to lier place of. concealment, 1
crouched quietly quivering'by her side
whilst the Indians were passing!
The party goto? down the creek were
less BucceS3ful in their predatory inctirsio 1
upon the cabin of Jul ward Gaitber which"
Stood at the forks of the creek, near the
spot whfero. now stands the 'residence - of
John Cane, E^q. With their accustomed
caution they approached the cabin in all
directions with an apparent certainty of
again having an opportunity, of carrying
into ^successful execution their murderous
and marauding purpose*. But in this instance,they
were foiled. - .
At tlie rnoment of the attack on Peak and
his comrades, it being less than a mile up
the creek from the confluence of the
streams, and in hearing of the guns the
Gaither family wjis about to be seated for
dinner, when alarmedby the rapid firing
they immediately betook themselves to the
Miller blockhouse.
The Indians, however did ample justice
to the untouched and still smoking edibles
left on the tablo. which to them was an ac
ceptable and bounteous repait. Anil having
pillaged the house of such' articles as
they-wished to carry along with them set
fire to it and hastened-^ith ,tbcir plunder
to the rendervoqa: on the Wage where they
wheresoou joined by tiio other party and its
prijsoners.
The feelings of. the pmonere,, father
daughter and neighbors, brought thus in
their distressing helplessness face,to face in
the deep and wild wood, under such trying
circumstances of terror and npprehen
" V. , *
?Ion, can bo much more readily imagined
than descri bed.
Some of the exultant savages gave vent
to their feelings by grotesque contortions
of countenance and gyrations of body.
They whooped and danced and sung?
now chiming the warwhoop in concert and
the fiendish veils of triumph, whilst
others gave evfdenco of hatred nud malignity
of purpose by derlsivo looks and jestures
by twitching of the whiskers and
hair of the prisoners. Hawkins and liurnett
were special sufferers from these dem*
onstrations, the former having red hair
and the latter having a superabundance of
hair about his person, which characterise
tics are notoriously repulsive to savage
taste.
These demonstrations were interpreted
by the prisoners as the precursors of untold
horrors yet in reservation. Contrary
to savage custom as to tho treatment of
tlio generality of prisoners in such an
emergency, though bejng faint and feeblo
from fright and sickness and unable to
keep pace with tho Indians in their hurried
march, tho fair Miss Hawkins was retained
a prisoner and treated with tiie utmost
indulgence and decorum. Such was
tier feobleness and trepidation for the moment
that she fell from the horse on which
the Indians had seated her; but with their
characteristic indulgence and decorous
forbearance with which "they are universally
said to treat captive women.'! Bhe
tvas kindly reseated upon the animal anil
iiurried forward far in the advanco of the
)tlier prisoners. N
An Indian council was held. The scene
ivhich quickly followed and which was the
:onauination of the purposes of tho coun:il
was sufficient to chill the heart's blood
)f even savage barbarity.
The five prisoners, firmly bound, sat side
by side on a fallen tree. They, were approached
from the rear by five large and
powerful Indians, each with uplifted tomahawk
in hand. Three of whom dealt simultaneous
blows, and Hawkins, Peak and
Burnet lay with cloven sknlls, weltering
in their life's blood. The other two saviges
seemed to recoil from the work of
iti'oeity that had been assigned them. But
Mich stood with uplifted tomahawk over
ll... lwx.,1 nt liia intnniluil ?i?tU 1..
iwful moment of suspense, Miller and
Link, fortunately for themselves, gave no
ividence of terror or trepidation. At that
moment a warbling songster of the wood
(truck up its mournful song from the penlant
branches of an ancient monarch of
he forest, overhanging the scene of this
iwful tragedy.
The two intended executioners immediitely
cowering back from their intrepid
ind indomitably courageous prisoners
luickly returned their tomahawks to their
jelts. And the whole of the savages pal>ably
overwhelmed with consternation and
listn&y, hastened to form into line with the
front "Indians of the file facing toward the
)hio. filler and Link, led by long strips
)f raw hide, had a place assigned to them
ibout the middle of the file.
Thuj, with light, silentaud cat-like tread,
hey advanced on thair retreat rapidlv till
hey reached the banks of the big \Vheelng
Creek, when, nightfall coming on, a
lalt was made, a fire was kindled some disante
away from the place selected for an
incamptnent, which was quickly extin;uished
as soon as it had served the
'Uipvsuut WU&lUg lUWli OCUlllV UVl'IllUg
ncal.
llcre, for the first time since a few mo
nents before the enactment of the tragic
icenes firet related, was Miss Hawkins
:heered with the sight of any other prisoners.
In agonizing filial affection she
itrained her eyes in anxious search along
he approaching file for a sight of her
ather. But when she saw only Miller and
Link she immediately divined what had
happened.
Incoming more composed, rea&n and
adgment were measurably under hereonrol,
and her familiarity with ihe Indian
iharacter and peculiarities admonished her
hat she should not betray to the keen
>e'rceptions of the savages the real state of
ler feelings. With a resolute endurance
ind a heroism befitting the occasion, she
iucceeded in stilling the better feelings of
ler nature. And affecting indifference to
vhat bad transpired within the last few
lours she partook, with apparent cheerfullete,
of the parsimonious and frugal enterninment,
which the Indians served up to
ler and the other prisonere.
From the indistinguishable jabbering
unong the Indians it was evident they
vere arranging to get that sleep of which
hev had been so long deprived, and to
mice a judicious aud safo disposition of
he prisoners for.the night. At iength they
itretcbed themselves out npon the ground
aitli such an arrangement that on either
>idc of each prisoner was an Indian. As a
urther precaution to security the end of
,uu uiuug uy wuicu eauu prisoner nau oeen
ed in the march, wag securely fastened
ironnd the body of an Indian.
Doably bound as tbey were the.prisoners
jave up all hope of escape,
The Indian? soon full asleep,? Their
ninds were too busy, their nerves too exiitcd
and their torture from their bonds too!
intense to allow the prisoners any inclination
to close their eyes. Pinioned and diaiributed
as tbey were amongst the savages I
ihey were precluded the possibility of any I
lommunication with one another by word
)r even jegture.
Miller, notwithstanding his anxiety* of
irimd and distress of body, had matured a
plan for his escape. Which was to sunder,
by means, of hi* teeth, the tough thongs
which served to bind him so securely.
He impatiently waited for midnight,
when the sleep of the Indians would be
most likely to be profound.
Time pugsed away and at last even
I,ink, $ and Miss Hawkins 3 sank Lnto a fitful
slumber. Miller, imploring divine aid,
embraced this as the auspicious moment to
begin the difficult ami dangerous work he
had in contemplation.
With an unconqucraolo will and unfaltering
determination he labored arduously
iorsome time,'accomplishing but little.
Though having a sot of good teeth, ho at
times almost disriaired of success on account
of the toughness of the materia? on
which he was operating. But at length" ope
of the*i?nder M letters dropped slowly from
its deep track, where it had become ..imbedded
in the muscles of his arm,
One of the Indians turned lu his sleep!
Miller lay in the semblance of sleep. Ten
minutes elapsed, and no further movement
being observedj he resumed his effort to
unfetter hiifliel*.
At length his success was complete, lie
stole fortu cautiously from the circle of his
captors! Guided by the stare he was soon
on the direct route, "back to Buffalo, where
he arrived about the break of day. As
joon as he entered the blockhouse alone
and with his gun,.the Inmatesdivined-that
?ome awful calamity- had befallen himself
and his companions.
When inquired of as to IIupp and Fisher,
the great deep of his manly soul, was
broken, up, and the awfully harrowing
3cencsof the last twenty-four hours rushing
through his mind.rendered him speech,
less.-And he could only respond by pointing
to the deep and purple thong-furrow*
in his arms, and amid the emotional
throbbing* of his heart and the heaving of
hia herculean chest, buret into a flood of
unbidden tear*.
The abundant tribute of tenrs from those
around him, convinced Miller that true
sympathy is natural to the human heart. .
The sad events of the day previous having
been learned, it was desirable to ex:
tend the rites of (sepulchre to those who
bad fallen.
Among those who shouldered their riand
set out,headed by Captain Miller,
toperfonn theso last sad rites, wero John
Miller, Andrew Deeds and Jacob IJeeds
and Jacob Itowe.
Even after the lapse of many years Capt.
Miller could seldom be induced to recount
these-trugic pcenes in which he acted so
conspicuous a part, so indelibly impressed
upon his aetuiiivu fcoul WortJ their thrilling
reality, and so harrowinglv painful to him
were their rehereal.- And when through
feelings of friendship be wa# constrained to
narrate them it was with tears streaming
down his manly cheeks.
About three ? t:c?90uta ot West Alexander. Pa.,Mil
on the rigbtbank ot Middle Wheeling Creek,
and on the land now owned hi Robert Enkme.Ewi,
wi? the site o^ Link'* cabin. He were recent r piloted
by S. M. licit, Ksq.,ind the reaenblo Win Urn
tarter, dr., to the ?pot where, eighty three ypun
thli rudeoabjn ?iood. Tr*cw of It* ruin* arc
till to be ?ecn. It stood only & low feet trow the West
YfttrlnUllnp.
t Hawkins' cabin Hood a few feet south o! . where
the XatUmal Road U now loeated, within easy r|ew
^ i r i i ?'V "v ^ ^
of N lenna, on the Ilcmpflcld rotil. and near the foot
of whit U known u -llawklns' Hill," on Und owned
by Jo!* Conner, &q. The stable on the north tide
of the roau here was comtructwl of the lop from
this ancient cabin. ....
Uhls Infant waa William Hawkins. who was
County Surrey or of Washington county, l**., about
the rear IffJO. , , ,,
Link win not ao rocccmful as Miller la hi# endearors
to eacaiH}. He was drafted along with the
Indians to their tillage* beyond the Ohio. And
tradition ujrs that some two wwcisafterhl* capture
he was brought back Into the neighborhood and
taken up on the hill back of his own cabin, and in
full view of It. when he wu set up as a target and
shot at by the InGlans. Uls remalu were Interred
by the s'.de of those ot Hupp and Fisher. about midway
between his t*blti and the creck. lhe cut
through the county road has disturbed the wpmchre
of these pioneer martyr*. Here at the roadside the
venerable William Porvr, Sr., ha* frequently picked
portions of human bone* out ol the crumbling
bauk.
IMiss Hawkins wu carried by her eaptors to
their haun's In the Interior of Ohio, Here she
wu led In triumph to the wigwam and with due
form and ceremony idopted Into the tribe. She
soon learned to reciprocate that disinterested tenderness
with which she wu so affectionately loved
by the mother of her adoption.
Many years after she had been wedded to a Shawnee
Chief, she returned to the neighborhood on a
visit to her palc-ftrtd relative*. Hut the dull monotony
of clvllUed life hating Inst all charms for
her, ihe soon returned to her wild Indian home.
J the "old gun" and remnants of the equipment*
carried by Jacob Howe on this occasion are now In
the pexsouion of the writer of this narrative.
PAnEcru, glvo8. 8. 8. to your childrenlake
it yourself?it eradicates aery taint.
For lame Back. Sid* or Cbest use Shiloh'a
Toroua l'loster. Price 25 cents.
biiiLou 8 uougn ana consumption uure is
Bold by us on a guarantee.. Itcurea consumption.
Builoii'b Vitalizer Is wliat you need for
Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all ?y/uptoni9 of Dyspepsia. Prico 10 and 75
cents per bottle.
crouf, Whooping Congh- and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Sbilob's Cure.
8old by h. Docking, agent, under Odd Fellows'
Hall, and by K. H. List, 1010 Main
street. xovriuw
That backing cough can be quickly cured
by Sbilob's Cure. We guarantee it.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint? Sbilob's Vitalizer is guaranteed
to cure you.
Si.RKi-i.Ess nights, made miserable by that
terrible cough. Sbilob's Cure is the remedy
for you.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured
bv Sbilob's Catarrh Remedy. Price 60
cents. Nasal Injector free.
Sold by E. Hocking, agent, under Odd Fclli.ii
a..a i... p ir r mm m.:?
street. ' ' eowdaw
Go to your druggist for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and durability
of color are unequaled. Color from
two to five pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cento.' daw
FINANCIAL AND C'OMHERCIAL.
Hew York 51 ourj and Hlocki.
New York. September 16.?Money 6a7r>er cent
Prime mercantile paper 6*7 per cent. Sterling Exchange
bankers' bill* licadjr at 14 ?3??; demand
II W*
GovuNMi.NTi?Dull and lower.
V. 8. 5a, extcndcd.?.l01. St. P. A 8. C. flrstf?Jll
0. S. 4Ss. coupons^lis U. P. bonds, flrstA-...116
D. 8. in. couponk?l-JOJ-i U. P. Lana GmnUi...ll4
Pacific 6a oI V. P. Kinking fund-J18
(Antral PaclflcfirstiiJUJi Texiu Pac land ct*~. CPA
Erie seconds. __1C0*j dn,Rin Grande dlt-.
Lehigh A Wilfces I0l)i Offered
RuutoAD Bonds?Inactive. |
State Stcvnrnd-Qulct. I
Louisiana consols...- O iVlrgini* 6? . EC '
Mi?ouri ?11154 Virginia ccn^ols, exSt.
Joseph _1CJ I tru mat. coupons.* 59
Tenntwee 6? MfciVirginia deferred*... L!>4
Tennessee 6s, new__ 5IH1
ST^CKS-Irregnlar and prices fluctuated frequently
but not widely, except lo the case of St. Paul, '
Minneapolis A Manitoba, which advanced 5 per >
cent to 10354. and closed atlG-L The general list <
I c o?*d at 5 *!/ * PC' cent lower than the cladng J
prices ye>tcrd?y.
Transactions <93.000 shares.
Adams Express. I3S [Nash. A Chatt..; CO
\nerican Express-V3 |N"ew Jersey Cent b0 1
Canada Southern? CSV$ 1 Northern Padflc 51k 1
C.C.AL C. 1'4?! do. preferred 37>? 1
Central Piciflc ... ^? N"orthwcstern_.__M_147^ <
Chesapeake A Ohia I6)il do.preferred lC.'.^ 1
do. 1st preferred . $>'/< jNew York Centnd_134;i <
do. id preferred?27fvOhlo Central? ll^k
a, a, C. 4 L S3'.^ Ohio A HiAi. 13^4
Denver A K. G 55%| do. preferred- ."J(W
Erie.... 43 I Pacific Mull 46k ]
rin nwfprrml XTU f! Ai P i
Fort Wayne.^~~~J39 |Rp*u?ng ? , c7ji
Hen. A at. Joseph-.. 48>a Sc. L.&3. F 42
do. preferred?_ W do. preferred G3
Kausas A Pacific.. 4U>? St Paul 110; J
Lake Eric A VV _ 41 do. preferred _L3
I-akeShore 115!-; rexa* Pacific?~ 50VJ LoairJille
ANnsh..^ "Z'/A Union Pacific?.....>114>;
L. K. A. A C 76 Called State* Ex... 70
M.AC.lstprel'd 115 W.. St. L. A P 3TK
do. 2d prel'd?...JOG do. preferred ... 69k
Mem. 4 Chu Mi Well*. Fargo Ex 12S
Michigan Central?10.& Western Onion?_ fiy.
Mo. Pacific..??.......lGS>?i Offered.
Siw Yob*. September 16,-Cotton oulet and
unchanged; futures steady. Flour dull and unchanged;
receipts 18,300 barrels; exports 5,000 barrels.
Wheat, C4>h lots firm; options opened a shade
better, subsequently lo?t the advance and declined
Kc, cloving *lead? rucelpu 14 ',000 busbels; exports
itM.OCQ buihels; No. 'J spring nominal: ungraded red
9Cca$l 00*4; steamer No 3 red W; No. 3 red SI 06;
stinnier No. 2 rod ti 07al Q7>? No. 2 red tl OSj^a
lff% certidcau#; Si (OX*! delivered; mixed
winter $1 rtJ; ungraded white Si uCal 13; Meaner No
1 white SI 11; No. 1 do, sales 25.C00 bushels, at
81 14J4al 1IK: No. 2 red September, sales 101.000
bushels at SI KSJ-Ial 0S;4, cloning at Si OSil: October,
sales 363.000 buancls at 51 Gi^nl CWVi, closing at
Si OhYa'. November, Mies 82S 00U. buihcJi at |1 10J4
al H>>4, clot-ltitf *lSl If}.,: December, Mies 1341000
bushuli *t Si llJJ, doling at SI lljte Jauuary,.
sties 5C,olJ bushel*, al $1 I3ul closing
at SI 13. Corn, cash lots hold strong op lons
\W/& hlchCf," ulnsing the advance was partially
lr.it; receipts G3.000 bushels: exports 25,000 bu?heU;
ungraded 7oaS2e; No. 2, while >?aSlc; ungnided
white 78aS2%: No. 2 September 7l>}{c, closing at
7'J^c Octolnrr 74?75c, closing nt T^o; November
70}-,a70JJc. cloning at fi^o; December W3<aG0Jso,
closing at t#>?a 0*U, faille higher and untitled;
receipts 112,'JOO bushels: export* '2,400 bushels; mixed
we-teni 32a?Cc; white western 4QaVJc. Uay, demand
fair and market tirra at GOafpc. liopa, flrmly
hell and in Rood demand; Xe** York Sutie 40a5Se.
Coffee, qnch?r.H0d Hugar. refining quoted at 7^a
7 H9c Molax?c?. qnchanred. Itlce, unchanged,
trn.eura. nnle: bur firm; United lOj^o: crude 0{*7c;.
refined 7 %a7Jie. Tallow, q?tfeiaisi3-lGu0c. lb>in,
8173*1 ?. Turpentine, 13c. Eggs, western ire*h
lowerctI3j??a24c.
Chicago, September IS.?Flour quiet and unchanged.
>Vheat, fairly active and a thade higher;
rerulsr WJ4c Septemocr: 0lca9l?i October-'J3%a
53J?c November, 93?{a33%c year; No. 2 red vtiuter
and No. 2 Cairago spring cath. September.
Corn strong and higher attiio cash;. CC)<c?eptcaiber;
M?{ao:j]<rc'October; Wueo November; Kjja
M%0 yuar; ftOo January; S.'c May. Oata, ao
live, firm and higher at Z\lAc casn; 31Wfl September;
ZlXtUl'/fC October 3ii?aaiK November, ,
30;{a31c year, May. Rye Heady and unchanged,
Ba^ky Steady and unchanged. Butter
*tc*dy and unchanged. iVgs firmer at I0a>{a20{>
Flaxseed tinner at St Stal 22. Port. ?tr<mg and
higher atS-H17Kai'O20 kuti and October; Sl!> 57Ka
l'J 60 November, Slrt 70ali72^ year, $18 ti7K?J870
January. Lani, oxcited and higher at 911 72^a
1175 ouh and Oclot>cr; SH Stall 57>$ November;
$11 35all 27>4 year; *11 30 January. Bulk meat*
iteaily and unchanged. W'hbJty steady and unchanged.
poru;
tfogs-Recelpts 2,400 head: shipment* 4,000 head;
demand Mr and market fairly active at strong
fricts:common to good mixed S7 20aS 15; heavy
S 20*8 -W.lfKht 87 25ft8 15; lm $4 ?J0a7 10.
Caulfl-Rocclpu l.tOO head;hhipmenU&^pOOhead;
market qttlot but sik-s nominally Crtn: quotations
}T 00a7 6j; eood to choice shipping $5 DOau 60; common
to Mr mixed 14 00*5 00; mixed butcher*
fairly active and steadr at 12 Mat 00; htockers and
fevden Steady.SJ U0a3 'JO; range unchanged:Texan*
It z\ hill-l^-eds and American* #1 r*4 9Q.
Sheep?Receipt* 700 head: ahipments 1.C0Q head;
market quiet but sternly; common to fair W 00u3 75;
medium to good$3 8:a4 25; choice extia |t 35al 90.
im.Ti*or.K, September Nl?Flour dull and unchanged.
\N heat, westcru steady: No. 2 winter spot
81 09*1 OU^; September 41 OSJ^adOVi: October 11 OS
al 0j?>i: November SI 08JS; Dcceobcr Si CKH{. Corn,
western quiet and steady; mixed September 78>?c;
October 74a*5c: November CJaOUl^cr Novomberor
December bid: November or December now or
old GOJiaGflKc: January Oats steady;
western white. 42al3c: mixed 4(tt41c; Pennsylvania
I0*43c. Ilye easier at Wjl72c. Hay, unclaimed and
firm. Provisions steady and qnchangod. Hotter
lirm; western packed lpa22? creamery 2fo32c.
Kct* firm at SV. retroleum higher: refined 7?7J{a
Cumre easier) ltio, carries T^aSJ^c. Sugiriteady: A
wlttfJi"- Whisky steady at $1'#4
Cjscinsati. September la.-Plour unchanged,
Wheatdull; No. "a.red. 05a27c?pot; 96Ucbid Octolwr.wJic
bid November; recelots 29.000 larjeli;
shipments 25,030 birrek. Corn itrong: No. 2
mixed 73c spot; 70c.bid September; O.W?2%cbld
Octobeii 54^^^ SovemlHrr; 4*){e bid January.
OatiV liner. No. 2 mixed 37cpnot; Wc bid September
&Sc bid year. Rye In 'Mr demand ai <t!c.
Barley uncharged. Po'rk firm at la ?5. Lard
higher at 811 75*1200. Bulk meat* In good demand:
shoulders tt) 75:clear ribf14 03. Bacon strong
nouidem 110 75; clear rib $15; dear f 15 0*jU.
Whisky tl 17; combination sales q! flulaawl goods
505 barrels on a bails q( 111"- Batter tinner but not
qui}\aijiy iiisuvr,
New York, September 16.?Dry Goom?For the
dosing day of the ? ?k the demand lws been light
and confined to mlsecHaneom selections to mtet
the current ?ales sndkecp nocks In E/sortment.
The jobbing trade bas been active threuahout the
week and largo quantities.of. goods distributed
which Is the burden of report from all distributing
centers The tone of the market In steady and the
present range of. totes IsratUtictory. jyj>*.
Tolkdo, September lfr?Noon Bndrd^penefl,
Wheat Arm but doting dull; No. 2 spot, WJ{c: September
OTKc: October WJ^c; November $1 CO: December
81 yearM^c. Com stoady: hfojh mixed
fl Jc; No. 2 fpot (j'c; September 6flc bid: Octobcr 6<Kc:
voir MKo. oats quiet: No. 2 U^c; September 33,'#
bid: October 3-^c bid; November bid; JtMr
-"^udford. September 18.?Petroleum: a heavy
advance and gnut escltemoht; opens at WMc hitthe*t
75Kc: lowest. ?3{c; closing at 73salt* 0.521.000
bsrrcls: charters. s5,100 barrels; total shipments
Friday 75,126 barrel*.
Oil City,September 18.?IVtrolcura marketopen.
ed weak with sales at ?9e and declined the first
hour to 6S}{c; then rallied and advanced rapidly,
with ?alesatoloseat7l}^c; highest, "IJfc; lowost,
GSKc- Sales of the day 5,S&,000 barrels.
CpjciXKATi, September 16.?Uve hop* on let: com*
raott and light 16 50a8 25; packing and butchers
17 Was CO; recclpt*3S5 head; ?J?lpmentsnone^
Pittsburgh, September 1G.?Petroleum excited;
United certificates unsteady: closed at 71>ic; refined
6ft7^ac lor Philadelphia delivery.
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Pimplos and Face Grubs,
Blotches, Boils, Tumors, letter,
Humors, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head. Sores, Mercurial
Diseases, Female Weakness
and Irregularities, Dizziness,
Loss oi Appetite, Juandicc,
' Affections oi tho Liver, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Dyspepsia
and General Debility.
A court* of llunlock Hlool Bittrn *111 ?*tMf iht
moit tkrptlral tfut it It lh? Grrmltit Ulo.nl l'unUi ua
Mrth. SolJtir molicine ilMltr* c?e?ir*btr*.
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iWH
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of llJULTH.vioonwid aUvitoODOPMUNYKS.
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| In the Spring to olo*x?o tho Byctcn, every
ono should Ukg a thorough couth of it.
I U- E0LDBYDRUCCI3T8. Price 81.'
TIip Acnnlos of IIIHoti* Colic, tho Indescribable
jiauj.'s of Chronic Indigestion, the debility
isd menu! stupor resulting from a coxtlre habit,
cuy be certainly avoided by mtulatlug the syitem
with that agreeable and refreshing Standard PrepAration,
Tarrant's Seltxer Ap*rieuc
FKOCCRABLK AT ALL DRUGGISTS. "
$10 to $20,000
In legitimate Judicious speculation in Grain. Provisions
and Stocks on our perfected plan, yields sure
monthly profits to larze and small inventor*. Address,
for full particular*. K. E. KENDALL * CO.,
Com'u Merchants. 177 Jc 179 LaSalitiBU.Ctiicago.IlL
MEDICAL STUDENTS, ELS&ESESZ
address the Dean of the American Medical College,
su Louis. Geo. C. Piu:r, M D., 1110 Chambers st.,
Kllnnlt \fn
Eenmore university high
SCHOOL?For circular address H. A. STRODE,
Amherat C. II., Va.
ADVEHTI.H K KS by add rtwlnz C PI?. IMto well
?fc Co., 10 Sproco St., New York, am learn the
exact cost at any proposal line of Advkrtuixq In
American Newspaper*. CiTiOJ pggehunphlet,25c.
wl-Mwraw
INJECTION. 1h aposlUva euro tar Alt Clscbftrgea.
auninnB, BniiuUaii and Talnful Beaiatlona of tto
URINARY PASSAGES
iBBSZBfflMMSBi SBIB U
Q I OO P*rk?Ul?. For oale by all drug22JLl252L8UU.or?eDtby
Kxprcoe cnre?
cntptdf crtcA. uOHN D. PARK 6c 60NB.
176 and 177 Sycfttnar* St. CINCINNATI.
01210. Pleaso necuon this paper. * * *
For wile by LOG A X A CO.
flPQceinnO
ThcoefimoniiEtcclFm* ES'KJ QH
\a C*TTlt'lIl*i tho j] Ej va
tin yuaUUwi of BwUdty,M Fl iNfln
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Bj D OiUUacUon-*auare?KlN H H Ml H
fijg ??> toallirtytoiof^Tltlnif. I HM
nw yormloevtrjvlujre.' .
Ivison. Blakeman, Taylor & Co., N.Y.
A POSITIVE CURE
, - without >:?iiclncs.
ALLAN'S SOLL'CLK MEDICAT52 HOCGIB_
.Patented October 11,1S7G. One box .
T?a 11.111 cam anr cas? in Tour days or less.
No. i irl.l cure Ui2 most obstinate ease, a?
: matter of-how kwr: Htandlw;.
Nq museou* dose* of ctiteos, copabla or oil of
sandalwood, that > re certain toproducodyspcpUabr
destroying the caitlDsa or tho stomach.
Price. ?1 w.'?!U by nit druggist*, or mailed.
on receipt oj prlcc. Por tenner pmlcuUra
jVindiorcirculur. i'.- 0. liox l^a ,
C. ALLAN CO- S3 Jolm street, New York.
SI AK S UWiJ
DISCOVERY!
LOST MANKOOD RESTORED.
A Tlcllm of yoathral imprudcBco ctaslBg Prtmv
tan Decay, Sorrow JkuUtjr,. Lcmt Manbuxl, etc.,
LiTlas tried in rale erery kuowa renxrtly. La* di?oorrrtj
a itmpU ?elf cttb. which b? *111 ?*uJ FREE
to him feBow^njfferer*. feUreu J. ji. ttHEl'ESL
49 CbaUiiuu X. V, ?'
FURNITURE, CARPETS,ac.
HEADQUARTERS FOB
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS!
Ciirn itn rn f
nil ii 11 ii i
QU I II11U I U IHIDKBOAKDb ibil WAHI>
II | Onr New Patterns ar? now
l-nrnnTfllln. embradnr MOQUETTEs,
Uu I [1 uIS Imim'nJ inokaSS. TA'
VI I Our unortmcnt of Run Is very
U 11 ff f| I large, embracing SMYRNA. VKL11
1 U X 1 VCTA WOSQUKTTES, BRUSSELS,
11U CL VITAPHJTRY, aud many other*.
Linoleum Oil Cloths!
Ail widthi Mid b Uuidard M&ioo.
Window Shadeslil
Pattern* for Btorts and Ittvate Dwelling*. m ^
Rattan Chairs!#?!!
a full line of the Wakefield and l^eywood Bros.
Folding Chairs!?!!
the three leading lictoric* of the country.
Chamber Setsliil
Parlor Setsiiifl
any oiher house In the dty.
UNDERTAKING.
ConiUntlr on htn-1 *11 thelitat itrle*. HETALIG
CAflKETS, CASES and WOOD COPFLN'3
furnished on short notice.
FRIEND & SON.
mh28
Util tiOUUb.
SfnWF?THnMfl5
vivmi. w iiiumnvi
Just Hocelred a Third Slock of Those
RICH BLACK SILKS
At $1 25, $1 50 and $2 00, cLeap at 33 per
cent more, that have bad such a ran.
Also a Full Line of Bcautlfal
Summer Silks.
IN ALL SHADES.
MORES, - SATINS, SURAHS,
Lace, Huntings,
Nun's Veiling, Cashmeres,
White Goods, Fine Thread,
Hosiery and Underwear
As l'retty as Silk, etc., etc.
Beautiful Summer Silk at 47 l-2c.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
OCR STOCK OF
Carpets, Velvets,
Tapestrjs, Ingrains,
, Bugs, Oil Cloths, ,
' : Window Shades and ..
Lace Curtain Goods
Is Unsurpassed by any in the Cily.
PRICES LOW
fn; _______ if I
Cheap Counter,
TYe place on sale lo close out a large
rariC'tj or Seasonable Goods, marked
doirn 30 to 50 per cent.
The Cheapest Goods CTer sIiottb?Garner's
Best Fercales at 12 1-2 cents; yard
wide Cambrics 8 cents; Lawns 5 to 8
cents; Itemnants lialf their cost. So bring
along jour cash and examine for jonrselres.
m ? a ' a
SlUNt & IHUMASj
1030 Main Street. .
mv25 '
WINES AND LIQUORS, /
3HAJL UUCI. , BOL. JUUOi , HUB). BAKU
C. KRAUS & CO.,
,(BococaortoB.Bchman)?ch&do.,)' ..{ ...
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
;YHaa?:c-^c?Aja> -
" IN TOBnONAND DOILESTIO
Wines 2nd Liquors, Brandy,
GIN, COBDIAJjB AND WHISDEa,
No. 1133 Market Stxeot,
Knft , \
OSTERS. HANGERS. CARDS/ET(1
In itylet that can't be beat, at the D*Uj Intelligence
Job Office.
IDUCATIOHALi
ft SCHOOL FOR GIRLS !
8ECURITY, MOTHERLY CARE, GOOP HOARD*
ING, DKLHUtTFDL LOCATION AND
REASON A1ILK C1IARUEB.
MT. DE CHANTJLL ACADEMY,
NEAR WHEEL IN Q, W. VA.
The thirty-fourth year of thU veil known ichoo
for rirli, under the chanre of the Slater* of the Visitation,
open* on the rlRST MONDAY OF Sir*
TEMBER uext, ?tid continues ten month*.
Fuplli recti red it any time la the Mwlon.
Those wbodedre to placo thclrdaurbteralnan In*
itltutlon affording exceptionally mx*l advantage* iu
the way of healthful and dellihUul locatlou, ex*
cellent board, thorough dUclpllno and Instruction,
| at the hands of llfe-lonc teacher*, In every depart*
inent of fomalo education, including ihe modem
1 language* and mu?le, at very reasonable rate*,
should tend foracAtalogueof tbliichool. Addroa
DIRECTREati OF THE ACADEMY
. . OV TUB VISITATION,
MT. DI ClUKTAL.
jyfri-DAW Near Wheeling. \V. Va.
JiEMALE SCHOOL AT
Tlio National Capital
Mr. and Mn. Wm. D. CABKf.L will open a Female
School at the National Capital. a Selcct Hoarding
and Day School for Youtttr I-adlw, on the THIRD
WEDNESDAY In SE1TKMBEK, In tho bulldlnf
at prcacut occupied by Mm. II. ll Archer's School
ouTourtccnth street. Mr. and Mn. Cabell wll be
agisted by a complete corp? of Master*, ami evert
facility will be afforded to studeuta in advanced
cla*ea, while the preparatory department will ro*
ceivemoet thorough attention.
Tha modem laorna?a will form a prominent
feature of the school. For full particular* addte?
the FrlndraL WILLIAM D. CABELL.
apfSMwaw : 1111 M1HU N. W.. Washington. D. C.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
The next Mwi?n begin* SEPTEMBER Cth. 18S2.
t*s Sivahati School', Including iSchool of 1i1?torr
and School of English. Full counc* In Law
ana Medldne extending throughout tho ?csalou.
Enlarged facilities for study of Physical Sclencca and
fcclentlflc Agriculture; corapktdy equipped
chemical lahratory. Thorough counts In Ancient
aud Modern language* and litetalure. Text book*
at cost. Noccwanr expense* not over 8173. For
catalogues and other Information addict*
W. L. WILbON, Prealdent.
au5 Morgantown. W. N a.
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY.
NINE department* of study; text books furnished
AT COST; calendar arranged to suit ttachere; expense*
for one year from 1175 to ffJDO; non-sectarian,
liberal, thorough. Fall term Hgins SEPTEMBER
7._1S8L Attendance last year Irom 28c?untU* f?r
we?i Virginia and from 8 States anil Tcrri Ulrica.
Number of itudenU larger than for tea yean pro*
tIoua.
For catalogues and other Information apply to
the Actinic President, D. B. PUR1NTOK, Morgantown.
Vest Va. mvl2
WESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE,
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
Opens September 20th, l&fcl One of the First
School! for Toung ladies in the United State*.
Surroundings beautiful. Climate unsurpassed. l*upils
from eighteen State*. Terms among the best
In the Union. Hoard, Walking, English Course,
Latin. French, German, Instrumental Music, Ac,
for Scholastic year from September to June, 923M.
For Catalogue* write to
&tv. WW. A. HARRIS, D. D., Prw't.
jy3-Mwraw Staunton. Va.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY,
DELAWARE, OHIO, ? 1
An Institution of tha highest gnide; among tho
first college* East or West. Ncces*ry annual expense
excepting for clothing; mr given by; several
hundred young men, under 81(10. Oj-ju to both
sexes. I-adies under special supervision at MonnettHall.
Conservatory of Music. Art dcjartinent,
Preparatory department. Normal, Business and
English and other special course?, together with
three regular college conn**. For catalogue ?ddreiC.
H. PAYNE, President. ]y?7
jyj-USIC LESSONS.
Mrs. W. S." Hutcliins -will resume her
Classes in Piano and Vfocal Lessons on MONDAY,
September 4tt, at 'her residence, No.
SO Twelfth street, at which place pleaso call
or address for information as to terms, Ac.
ge2
ST. GEORGE'S IIALL,''AN UNSUIU
pa?*d Boarding School for Boys and Young
Men, Relstertown, Baltimore county, Maryland;
prepares for the Universities and Colleges, or Businew.
t-*75 a year. Prof. J. a KINEAR, A. M.,
Principal. Circulars wiih references scut.
' jyl^DAW t
SHENANDOAH ACADEMY, AVINchester,
Va. Eighteenth se?lon begin* Sept.
14th. Preparation for University, army, navy or
bnsin&K- Thniwinli
parsed for beauty andliealth. Covered gymnarium
and extensive suburban grounds. C. L. C. MINOR
M. A.. (Onlv. Va.) LL. I). au7-mTh?
BALTIMORE, MD.
in. Versos Institute, No. 46 Jit. Vernon Place,
Boarding and Day Home School for Young Ladles
and LItUe Girls. Foundtd 1859. Sirs. JL J. Jonei
and Mrs. B. Maitland, Principals. mettled by a large
corps of able Professors., Jk^utlftil situation, fronting
one of the squares surrounding Washington
Monuments - Educational advynt&scs nnturpaocd.
Circulars sent on application to Principals. jy3-MW
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
^LEXANDER BONE, SR.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, LICENSED GENERAL BU8INESB
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Loans negotiated, stocks bought and told, merchants'
and manufacturer*' booksoj*ued, exuuln*l
andcloeed. Estate* settled, notes, book account*,
and rents collected."Honsar rented and leased.
Collections promptly remitted. Advances made.
All business correspondence confidentially attended
to. 5eud for circular to references. 1318 Market
street, (Crangle's Block,) OTer City Bank. Wheeling,
W. Va. ? - - i.' jaC
jypl.TON T. CARlf,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
Attends to all work in Engineering and Surveying
at reasonable rates.
Okfick, 35 Twelfth Street,
Residence. Pleasant VrtHey. National Road, sefi
JASIES GILCHRIST,
Ciril Engineer, Sarveyer and Examiner
of Land Titles, i
Office:?42 Twelfth -Street,- Wheeling
W. Va. Telephone, No. 5li. an 17.
TB. CAMDEN, 31. D.,
?,-!?.lif ; ? m?-.:r; :
PliyBlcIan nud Surgreon.
Residence and oKce No. 105 Fourteenth street.
Ofllce also at 1133 Chapllne street.
Telephone No. (X?l and No. 14.
Calls promptly answered. ny23
Real Estate, Boud & Stock Broker.
Bpcdal attention 'gfven to collecting rents and tht
general management of Real Estxte.
j mhl - 123) Main street. Wheeling. W. Va.
PROFESSIONAL. . .. . .,y
I DR. nULLTTTEN hasreturned to the city and resumed
the practice of medicine' and eurgery. lie
| can bo found at the . . r
OFFICE OF TlIE BOARD OF EDUCATION*. .
orer the City Bank. Market street. rayS
BUSINESS CARDS.
gTEPHEN McCOLLOUGH,
Carpenter nnd Builder.
Brick Buildings erected oompleic In all modern
Improvements. Also wooden buildings fitted ud
complete on lot. Wooden bulldines framed ana
fitted up In yard at work shop anu taken to any
part aud completed. ?n reasonable terms. All alteration*
made on old bulldinra, roofs valleys ?nd
sky-light* particularly attended to. Desks, counter*,
and shelving fitted up on. ihoxt notice; store fronts
put In and stores altered!, Residence No. 89 BIxteenth
street, formerly occupied by Mr. Ben Exley.
Shop in rear of Capitol, on Alloy 13. my 11
yy XLOcajinir i>Ul bJVK1 WK'SL^iij,
Manufacturer* of portable, stationary," marine
boiler*,, breech ine, -chimnoys, UnkN,.still*,..door*,. ,
shutters and aillUnds of heavy sheet Iron work.
Dealers in second-hand boilers. Fof Informal Ion
apply to COX& MORRIeON.
No. 1CC9 Market fctreet.
Telephone C-2L Repairs special attention. Tcrai
rewwuble. my!9
J-y O. LIST, JB.,
fork; packer;
Andcurer of the celebrated CHESTER J/KATH,
which are now ready and for sale at
28 FOURTEENTH STREET.
My 8. C. McaU are all branded, "Llst'a Chester."
_JP6
JM. CLOUSTON,
i' ' -M ? ' ; ftCtitvU
Dliuaia If6
rain, Ground Feed, IUlcd Hay, Straw &c,
8outh Street, Near Market Street Bridgo,
Will pay tho hlgheit market prica lor wheat, com,
anil mtK. j>13
. . ATTORNEYS. . ,
EO. R. E. GILCHRIST.
Or ATTORNET AT LAW,
Office with Taylor A Barr,
No. 42 Twelfth Street.
Admiralty and Maritime Law specialty. Colleotlom
promptly made. an24
WJ. W. OOWDEN.
ATTORNET AT LAW. :,L
omce, No. 1222 Chapllne St., Wheeling W. Va.
Prompt attention to all buaine**. JoTcaw
T & COWDEN,
tl ATTORNEY AT LAW.
No. 1222 ChapUne St., Wheeling. W. Va. myfl
Hannibal forbes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ! i-hi
Office, Custom Houkl Whealin*- w. V? Uli
TA11ES P. ROGEH.S, "
iTTOBIJATUt,
"X"' *- or,"lu "" ^ ^
iTAANIEL LAMA, : ;
?J ATTOBNinr AT.LAW, ? ><) vJUib *
street, (ot? City Bin*,) Wboci

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