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I rpRL'STKt: ii DALE.
I Br rlrtu*of aDeed of Tru*t made by Mom J.
I uulir to me ** Truitee, dated hovember 19, 1883, <
I recorded la tie office of tie Clerk of the Count/
I Court ol Ohio county, Weft yirilulju in Deed 0
I Trtut Boot No. id, page 287,1 will Mil at the from
door of the Court tiotue of Mid county, on ,
I BATVRUAY. TBS JOth DAY OF JUNE, lf?, ,
I eoooeudwr >t 10 o'c'ock a. *.. the following
I vroperty: The north twenty-eight feet of Lot No.
I DlaotorgtZillli' addition to ike aty of Wheel
lag. Alto, the aouth two feet of Lot No. U In sal j
iddlllon. 1
Toe title 1* beliered to he pcrfect, but I will con*
reyoaly the tile vetted la tne by Mid deed of '
truit IJ
TovorSiu?One-third audits much moreai 1
f the purchaser eiecta to pay in caab, the balance in
two equal liutalmeotaat six and twelve months; 1
Bo<?i bearing iwereat from the day of sale to be <
I flren /or the deferred pay menu, and aecured by <
I deed of tru*t and policy of laaaruvve on the prop*
I arty. W J. W. COtVDKN, Truatee.
I ff.lf Htu.it Auctioneer. mylG
I rp RUST EE'S SALE OF PERSONAL
I X PKOfKHtr.
I ky rlrtue ol a Deed of Trust made by Chrlitlan
I fclDkeand Kale Selbke hit wife, to the under
I ii*ned trtuiw, dated Uie2M day of February, Jffil. f
I and worded la Deed of Trust liook No. l/ nm
I . jifl, he will, on
SATDRDAy, JCJNB ?, 1W, *
I fotDmendat at 10 o'clock 4. aeli at public auoI
ttoo to 1 he highest and beat bidder, the /oilowlnr
Mnonal property, Jo-wlt: Thirty-two
ifioUUUd t*? JlUllJnrd aU(l UUT'IU ucwr vu?uca
now uh-1 by Mid ccihke >u bit brer bottling bualr
vlilrty- twu o'.ii dtzen boxen for holding beer
bottle*; ?ue hundred and fifty (160) fllrrh heor
bom; four Hundred and ninety five (491) two .
duieo betritoxn; three dMka, chairs, two lamps,
mdall other, the property composing the oflfco
furniture of ?ald Sfeoke, situate in th?nM Smith
BftHcn bulldlug. in nirt city of Wheeling; alao,
oo?u(i*. tuacj) vork machine*, one buggy, two
buna. out- double wagon. two mngfe waguna, four
ted of bartiKM. mil thirty g>ou of patent corks. 1
tald?ale will be made in tbe place of biulaeaa
of Mid CbrfttiHU tfciMie, In the old unith arewerr,
and fruutlug on Cuajillnu street, in Mid City jl
of Wheeling,
T?KMri of SALE?t'aah in band on day of aale. c
K. (J. Ba.HR, Trumee.
W. 11. Ifif-UK. Auctioneer myflfl
Insurance (Companies.
IpjUEKWUITERa' INSURANCE CO. i
WHEELING, W. VA.,
Omc* No. 41 Twttrra Stewt. c
Cnpltiil, - - - 9100,000 ;
DIRECTORS.
xvom jama, robkrtcraxqlk,
j p.paull, okorgkhook,
J. 0. ALVRBoOS.
ROBERT CRANQLE, President
j. K PAULL. Vice President.
ALFRED PAULL, Secretary. ,
a II. SBNaKNKY.Clty Agent.
lnwns all kind* of property at rcuaonablo raUw,
tartO
0UIO VALLEY FIRE INSURANCE
(JUMP ANY
OF WHSKLXNO, W. VA.
Omah-No. 1208 Main Btreet,
UAFITAL........ (100,000 00
Duett general Flro Iniuraooe Duiinoi*. Farm
property, and Dwelling Hounes and couttmta Inin
ad lor forte or flra jwn,
ootacTosa,
Henry fldi in ulbach, Alex. iJinchlln,
John P. Uiapbell, W. H. Robluaon,
Daridautman. jjtmj. Fisber.
HKNRY eOHMULfiAOH, President.
J. V. L ROPOKRri, Bocretiry. )t22
fplIE FKANKLLLN INSURANCE CO.
OF IWIlffll), w. vX.,
0APITAL 4100,000
Ituures imlirn !om or damnae by Are and light ?
ntog all cliiwi of deelrable property, also liwuru 1
Ciriod oq the Wetferu water*.
omens.
I. U. View, President, M. Beilljr. Vice Preiideat v
I, Btrochiein, Hoc'y, Ju. P. JLtuma, Aa't Beo.
DMCTOIf.
*. Tun, MReljlr, L.O.BUM
I. a. HobU, </'. W. huibdB,
U TWnjTH 8TBEKT,
financial.
jjlKWTHKOHib VALLEY,
CAPITAL
I?m. JL Ifirr ....Prefldenfin.
B. Simmon........ ?. Vlco-Pryddcui
Urtlu oa BagUnd, Ireland, Prmace and QermtDy
0IH1CT01V.
Wn.JL.lMtt, Wm. B, RlmMOtL
J. A. Millier, John K. Botaford.
SM. Atktiumn. Victor Etnenburj.
rarr Sjwyer,
TPrti F. P. JgPSOW. QabUr.
JgXCiUNGE BANK'.
UAWTAL. *200,000.
f.H. Vikci. ? ?^..M^.Pwideni
BiMDU Lac9Hldc...? ^.Yloo-Pretideni
ouuorou.
/. N. Vance, & Horkheliuor,
0. Uu*hUn, W. HliQRhwn,
SUlvkpUin, A. W. Kulicy.
John Prow r
Dm/1* taucd on England, Ireland, Scotland and
11 poluu iu Europe. ?
TORN J. JONm Cohl^r. 11
ailaBons, (JatvJajtj, ice.
guuo7i51?jroAiniu6E&
DONALDSON, LEWIS & CO.,
MANUFACTUREB8 OF
Buggies, Carriages & Delivery Wagons
AU wort guaranteed.
Not 1.VJ0 to 1&O0 MARKET STREET.
An Inspection of our work and prlcca U solicited
at tb? htnda of Ibe trade.
REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
mtsn
ghortoBtaphj.
f UBINKT
1\J
PI 10T0GKAPI1S
ONLY ?:t 00 PKB DO/..
For a limited time, at
_?)?> moniyy oalt.kry.
#VJ GO CO
Will get One Domq Bc*t Sattn Flatthed
Cabinet Photographs
And don't you forget it,
AT BBOWN'S,
_51?* 12a MARKBT BTHKET.
pARSONS,
ArtlMtlo Photographer,
PABL0R8,
. MA OpnwUfl Mnl.nro TTnniw. dir.
g*at ggtStto
Q 0. smith, J
Real EKtnto Afycut
AND STOCK BROKKR.
VpecUl attention given to Collecting Bunts and
tte ceueral management of Ileal Kitato. Can lurUUh
be?c o( references.
jartO 1220 MAIN 8T? Wheeling. W. Va. :
yyALTEK H. RINEHART, '
(BuccoMr to Bows Sr.)
notary publio,
H?tl Estate, Stock and Money Broker ,
Jtoftei Settled. House* Rented and Benti Col.
fc&d. ??H? Market Street, cor. Twelfth,
Jyn Wheollnr. w. Va. '
^ttotncn-st?g;aw. i
u. smith, " "
. XTrOKNKY at I.AW 4 NOTARY PUBUO,
So. 11U M.rket 81. Wheollnl, W. Viu
lr^JjJjtaUoM ittcndM to ud pnxwdi promglw.
H. HEABNE,
Attorn?y-nt-LaWi
Ha ltll kf.rkol Stnct,
wmm.rwi. w. va.
gtichet
JU8TWABD, HO! " 5
Exhibition at Antwerp, Belgian, opea
. May 2 until October 4.MW. Tiok^tJ J
^oo New Votuby the larga ticaneii oi the Bod ,
?? Unu for Antwerp direct, for ule at,
H t. BRHRCW. '
2317 and MiO Markat Btwet, _ ,
or Bonth Branch Wl tacob BttHt .
J *** - ' 1
gat* and Caps.
XTEW YeKK HAT BLEAOHEKY.NO,
U BUterath itmL Udlo' ?nJ &lm*
wjf. Uti.ttilti, Felt and Beaver Hatt, eta, al* ,
Jjjjdj bleached, colored and ftuUhed to toe lafeft
jW^pronpUy. Milliners' work done ttthoiuu*)
SLSTLKMKN'8 SILK AND FKLT
y HATOrenovat^ltoprwcntrtylciatnodctatt
; PSSS^Sil
i
piedicd.
~ LOSSANUGAiy. "
of Arm l
"I WW taken tick* yearajro
With bilious fever."
"My doctor pronounced me cured, but I not tick
igaln, with terrible paint in my back and aide*,
wd I god so bad 1
Could not morel
Iihrunkl
From 228 lbs. to 1201 I had been doctoring for my
liver, but It did me no good. 1 did not expect to
lire more than three months. I began to use Hop
Bitten. Directly my appetite returned, my paint
toft me, my entire system teemed renewed at if by
nagic, and alter uting several bottles, I am not
jaly aa sound as a sovereign, but weigh more than
I did before. To Hop Bitters I owe my lilt."
_ K. Fnxriijucx.
Dublin, June 6, '81.
ciuran ii.
"Maiden, Ma*. Feb. 1, l&XL fleutlemeuI
lure kuflered with attacks of aick toeadache." ,i
Neura'gia, female trouble, for yean in the most
errtble and excruciating manner.
Komeltcinoor doctor could gire me relief or
rare, until I used Hop Bitten.
"The lint bottle
Nearly owed me;"
The wcond made me ai toll and strong u when
i child,
"And I have been so to thla day."
My husband wai an Invalid for twenty yean
rlth a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
' Pronounced by Boston'! best physicians"Incurable
1"
Seven bottles of your Bitten cured him and I
mow of the
"Lives of eight person*"
Jinny ndghoorhood that have beea saved by
And many more are using them with greet benfit
"Tbev almost
Do miracles?" Mrs. K. D. Slack.
How to gw Sicx.?Expose yourself dsy and
tight: eat too much without exercise: work too
tard without re<t; doctor sll the due; take all the
lie uottruma adveriUed. and then you will want,
o know how (o tfti wdl, which is amwervd iu three
rorrts?Take Hop tiitien!
earNone genuine without abuhcb of green Hops
u uic hiuw lauei. duiiu au uiH TliC, douououi
tuff with "Hop" or "Hop#" in their uame.
myia-Mwww
maun
liWwjfejS'ivJflch ronlp A V?r*-on? I)lva?N.
KfaaSgB^gai Quirk, nurv ?urra. ca-.t
l?ittthiuhnd'fflffl! fWWim puarantee t)lrrth
Xnnt1erii>krn.
MrScpdtwoBtanipa for Celfbrated VrdleaiWorks,
Frw. CHIorwrUe F. d. CLARKE, M. O.
IjggggO WW STREET, (HMftiMHATt omo.
PINKEYE.
V Bpmarkab e Cure for Horses.
Col. Jatnox L, Flom'uir. a prominent gircerr
lerchaut, a member of the Arm of l iming ft Lofoii.
Angus?, Ga., make* Uie fo'lovrltiK statement
f tn t outiAent of a wi mble hor?u with Swift's
rvelflc:
lu the fai of 1883 I hail a valuable colt taken
rltli a revere cue cl pinkeye. which retullcd lu
lie moH foirful cum - of blood poisoning 1 have
vcr so u. After eight or nine months ?if do; toring
rlth tv rv n-mv 1 v I eonM liear of. 1 (Iron* 1ml of a
urc. At this time the hone whs unable to more,
ecuuso of swollt-n limb* Ills right hind log wa?
r Innw as a mun's body, and had on It over forty
mining anres. He had al*o a numb sr of largo sore*
ii his body and other limb". Ho was a must p'tla>le
looking object, and I was advlsod to end Ida
ufTbrln^-* with tho shot gun. lie was a valuable
ujmal und 1 did not wa 11-? lose him. After rackugrny
bruin la s-arch lor another rome<iy more
flTraelou*, I thought < / Swift's S ecfflc. I knew it
ras invaiuabto to tho hliqian family as a blood
urlfler, ar.d why should it not be for tho animal
h wellt I did unt bwluto, but sent last July to
ulnniuforast-pply.
I beg*ii the treatment wl h 4 ox. of S. 8. S. and 4
x of water (hire time* a day. 1 his I continued for
,week Ti en 1 Jucriw+d tV dw u>6 o* olcach,
nd o utlnaed for a week. Tjiou i (ncrtaM.il to K 02.
nd run It for a week, whon I went back to C 0/.
gain, a hermit was that at the end of the drat
rvttk tho huttt Und a fair appetite, which he ha?l
lot had sImco his sickirw. At the end of t|)o
econd week even greater Improvement wan apparnt,
for many of the sores were hwllnp nicely, and
ho Untie manifested a d aire to wove about. At
iju end pf the t^l-d week he began to show gain
u fjl*b 4in) had full Hpp'tltu. The (welling had
boutrtliapppi^t). I vuu\ 1)1 all aboil' 15 bottles
f Bwlft'a Specific, and when I oijlt Ita hhi the
innehad only four ?mall son* tow o? him, and
hoy h?M up 1 nmpdlatoly.
In August last all symptoms ofthe disease pawed
way, and up to date no signs of the'return of the
roiible navo made their appearance, sud the horse
ins done a muio's work on my farm, .
1 regard it one of the moat rpmprkAblo cures I
ave ever known. Thus this great topdjejup |iga
irovflQ a boon to the animal as well as to the human
nee.
Augusta, Jan 9,1'lft. Jar. J? Flemish.
Send for book on blood aud Pl'jr) dpfea*es. It Is
lalled fieo. Tu* swirr SWlftC Co,,
gj>r27 Drawer 8. Atlanta, da.
From Pole to Pole
aycji'd Sausapahh.u bus dmon?traM lu
poH'er of rurv far all disease* of i)u> blood.
Tho H?rpooner'9 story.
JVirw fltd/or<*, Sunt U J9S9.
. Dn. J, 0. Arm 8t Co,?'Twenty year* Ago J
wo* n lwrpooher In (liu North 1'nelUr, when llvu
other* of iim crew and mynelf were laid up wlili
nciirvr. Our bodlo# wcjv bloated, guiihiawollrn
Mid brcvdtng, tmh loom.*, i?u?n|p blotchc* bit
over u*. and our breath mined rotten, T"liOjt
by and larjp? Wtf vrcro pretty liadly off. All oiir
limtvjulco ira? awldcHtally destroyed. but flro
captain had a couolu dojcu bottle# of
and ?avo ntf fli/ij, l\ri? r?<>>v .'
ered on It qulckor tlrnii J iutvo eve? f?tt| jnrrj
brouKhtabout by anv other tm?tmentfii>ft:tJ ?-> >>
and I've ?,'? u koou deal of It. Keelntt no men.
lion In yotif Alinnnaoof yonrSai-Mparilbt lM-intr
irood for wufvy, I thought you ought to know of
thin, and ho mtna vot# (hp fact'.
JUtpectfully your#, ftyfcj'ft V? Wtxum.
Tho Troopor'o Experience.
<lJr!ca,)J!unh7, JSSg,
PO. J. C, Avbh (* Co,?Utfutlentcrf: 1 l?vo
mucli pleanuro |.? fcatlfy iq fl.y j.7?d valuu of
your iWojinrllla, wo liavo |hh.u rfof|?|)tt|
Iicru for over two y?tr?,riurln? ?rhlc1j Jlmo wj
had to Hro In loift', flelnjf pndcy rmint* Iuf
uch a time brought on ?vlwt 1' pnllti) )n tW?
?? ? I limf lIlAMIOIVirut
omc time. 1 ww ndvlani to ukajyour Bar**
finfll In. wo of which nuwle injjRQivi
UHpww r?piii|y, wJ i ?bi
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Boroftiln, Mercury, JUid Cootagiuui JMattM
from the yatcm.
PKBrAltBD JIT .
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LowaHMiua.
Sold by all DrumUta: Price $1;
v. 'eixbottlSforW.
,?0?i'^?lllBika Bcatettcr a 8tomsE;3
A SS&t?h4Su!ff:lt
Bfah STOMACH-aF [%. moreover, a ui*Pa?
jnaBCO ful rafdlcluetouke
wdll 'TFffV^ with one qq loug
? tj 8 Boil^ }oarner??aadcouQ>
arncU the offccti of mental exh ui?tlon. For wlu
y all Drujrgliti and Dealers generally.
JCH-mwm?
?|TtSSE
I H MDr.KLlNES GREAT
W nerve Restorir
aUBsatn ft Nwkvb disias8s. (totynn
Misapfe
f OR. MOTT'S FRENCH POWDERS,
WW(jar^DUwjwo! ihiKJdn^ arirrf^aiwt,
ggftjPh ^gal ft^tnayffe^taoM,
mssst
C. v. Bocuxe, Iooah A Oo? DruggUU. 8aot*y
Q|1 CO blMdtnijwProUudlMPltesD^
LflST&gSvS
alflMMKB
Ik Sddix^mjc
Offlca t No?, Xfi au4 St PourtMoth gtnat.
OENJ?BAL_GRANT'S CA8B.
ABitIbw oltt? Uluui-How Orut ?u
Boatohcd from th* Urav?,
X }'. Commercial Advtrilm. .*
The following brief sketch oi General
Grant's illness from the. time of Us inception
until the present moment Is from an
authoritive source, and contains many details
never before given to the public:
Early last autumn Gen. Grant was visiting
at the house of .Mr. George W.
Childa, st Long Branch, and, with bis
family and friends, was sitting on the piam
one bright afternoon. In the coarse
ol conversation ihe General said: "late
a peach the other day, and ever since 1
have had a sore throat." Thereupon he
coughed contiderably and Mr. Ohfldssugge>ted
that he should allow Dr. Dacoeta,
of Philadelphia, who also was visiting at
the house, to examine his throat. The
doctor did so, and decided in his own
mind at the .time that tbe'cass was one- of
epthelioina. Be at once advised the General
to see his family physician as soon as
he arrived in New York. "Who is your
family physician?" asked Dr. Dacosta.
"Dr. lordyce Birker," answered the
General. "Ah, I'm glad to hear that.
You could not be in better hands" replied
the doctor.
aBOWiKO WOK*B.
The General's throat-continued to get
sore, and troubled him not a little. When
he came to New York he called upon Dr.
Barker and asked him to look at it, which
the doctor did, and after prescribing for
him asked lilm to call upon Dr. J. H.
Douglas of Twenty-sixth street. In a fewdays
thfr General and Mrs. Grant called
upon Dr. Douglas. This was early last
October, and since that tlmo the doctor
lias been his attending physician. Dr.
Douglas is a specialist in throat diseases.
So, also, is Dr. Dacostaof Philadelphia.
As tit hack as that time each of these
pbysicisns and Dr. Barker as well agreed
that the General had epithelioma, or cancer
of the thioat. Afterward they had a
doubt as to the diseasebeing epithelioma,
and the General was put under special
treatment on or about the 23J of October.
AN ALABWXO CIIAXMK.
During the months of November, December
and January there was no appreciable
change for the worae, except that
one day the general would feel very well
and the next day very much depressed.
About the middle of February an alarming
change was noticed. Drs. Barker and
Douiilas, being unwilling to shoulder the
entire responsibility of such an important
case, dccided to rail some one in Dr.
Barker had met in consultation a few dBys
before in another case Dr. Markee. Dr.
Douglas in a similar way had met Dr.
Sands, and it was agreed to ask these two
physicians to come in. On the l'Jth of
February all four physiclana met at the
residence of Gen. Grant and looked at his
throat. They also decided that the ease,
wus epithelioma. The result of this con-,
siiltation was suppressed nntiUebniary 22,
when the newspapers gave a full ac-.
coaut of it. Previously Drs. Elliott and
Satterthwaite had examined nieces of the
throat uiKler n microscope anil they, too.
had decided tbut the ewe was epetbeiiomn.
siiraoy cai'lko IN'.
Thenexteonaultation was held on March
S. Dr. Markee was not asked to atteud
tbis consultation, but Dr, Geo. F. 8brady
van substituted in his place. Dr. Shrady
received a note on March 7, asking him to
be present at General Grant's house the
next day at 8 o'clock. He was present.
His opinion coincided with that of the
nthors, but the physicians, thinking that i
there might be one oliancu in a thousand
against their ilium Qui*, again placed lien,
Grant under speclfictrcatmentforanotlier i
disease. As tho case went on, Drs. Barker I
ami Sands attended very infrequently,except
in consultation, the actual wofk devolving
on Dig. Douglas and Shrady. In ,
a few days the General grow worse. Be- ,
sides thp large ulcer it) the throat, his
system generally became very much Jr- ,
pressed and wasted. During the latter ,
part of March his life hung by a thread,
and the whole country awsjted with feel,
ings of the greatest, apprehension the news
of each day. The doctors had now become ,
convinced that the disease was cancer of
the tongue solely, and that all they could
do was to Mje tfie General along until his
inevitable death. They rpmgjned jn tho
house day and night. At times the Gen
-I 1 ..... L ..l_L 1 I
erai uetatuin very uiucu mihiuuuu uiiu guvc
gp all hope.
ahb pbath.
On tliat eventful evening h hen |je was
expected to die at any moment. Die forme
of all the newspapers were lield in readiness
to issue a spools! edition. Tbere
were in the housj Ura. bhrady and Doug- .
Ian. Dr. Shrady bad Btaid up the previous ,
night alonej aiid was completely worn
nut. Pr. Douglaa, too, being an old man, ,
was very tired. The family were vjp all
night, and with them were Dr. Mewroan
and General Badeau, General Grant was 1
very low all night, and in the curly morning
had an alarming hemorrhage. The
family was gathered around him, every
member crying. The General reclined on
one chair with his pillow boliind him, and
rested his feef oj| angther cbair. Dr. ,
Shrady was sleeping }n another rqom. |n
rushed Dr. Douglas and roused him with
the words; 'It's all over I"
I.lift l) -.1.1 Ui 1.. Ii.l.. I.
IT"*1,' H|unuiw7| - UUJIHV UICOU Wl
say that the mail iff dead} '
"No, not dead, bat ho will bs In a few
minutes, Nothing can eavo lilm."
Dr. Shrady jumped .up and ran into tlie
room where the General was. Mrs. Grant,
weeping, TOflied out her hand said,
."Pjt^, dqTO jmpw tner?he general's
chip was resting upon his breast.
Ho slowly raised his head and said "Yes."
SAI7IKD.
Dr. Newman exclaimed, "It Is all over,
I will baptise him." He went quickly
into another room, got a silver bowl, filled
it with water, came back, dipped his
hand Into II and said, "I baptize thee,
Ulysses Simpson Grant, In the namo of
the father, Son and Holy Ghost." The
General slowly raised bis head and remarked:
"I thank you." Then turning
to his family he raised one hiuid and utter,
ed the words: "I Mesa you ill," To Dr.
Newman he observed: "Doctor, I intended
to attend to this myself."
Meanwhile Dra. Shrady and Douglas
were consulting with each other in the
corner. The strain was Intense. Dr.
Douglas said: "Ho will die sure. He haa
gone: the pulse has left .the wrist." Dr.
Shrady, as if struck by inspiration, replied:
"I will give him brandr."
"You cannot do it. He cannot -ufal*
low," mid l)r. Douglas.
"I will Rive it to Turn hypodermically,"
anmtered Dr. Shrady.
"How much ?" aaked Dr. Douglas.
"A barrelful 11 necessary," retorted Dr.
Shrady.
REVIVED.
Dr. 8hrady rushed Into another room.
"Harrison, said he to the man servant,
t V 1..W LTnMlMn
aave you nil) uiauu; i umiuuu ihiswered"yei,"*nd
handed him tome. Dr.
Shrady rushed back and gave Grant a
syrinnfol In each arm. The General revived,
the pnlse returned to bin wrial and
his life waa aavcd. Or. Newman walked
into an adjoining room with Dr. Shrady
and aalced. "Doctor, how is be."
"I don't think bo will die," laid the
doctor.
"Onr prayers have been anawered,"
aid Dr. Newman.
"I think It waa the brandy," retorted
Dr, Shrady.
The genorai rallied lor a fow dayi and
there wii no other severe attack nntil'the.
night when the spells ol choking came on.
Then be wis convinced that he would
soon die. Be went about tbe room on hii
hands and knecsa&d coughed with great
effort. "I am choking to death," be aaid
In a feeble-voice. "Be quiet; be quiet;
you won't," said Shredjr, "it will be over
in * moment." Drs. Shrady and Douglas
passed np and down tbe room, looked at
the i?port*t? on tbe tidawaU, In front ol
? , . I
the houiie, smoking their cigars and awinging
their canes, and wished very much to
change poalllons with them.
uiraornuxT.
Since that time the General's system
and appetite have grown much better. It
waa no longer necessary to give him morphia
to induce rest During bis severest
attacks the physicians would almost beg
ol him not to take any, but be insisted
ami it waa given him in small quantitiea.
Dr. Douglas remained in General Grant's
bouse all last nigbt and when be caine
out in the morning said that be bad not
been at the General's side so much any
night of the month past as he waa laat
night. The natienfcalept-not more than
two or three hours duiing the night and
not more than one hour continuously.
Pains in the throat and ear had kept hira
awake. Nevertheless the throat inside
and outside appeared aa well as during
last week and Dr. Douglas believed tbe
pain last night was because oi the General
having become chilled during his ride yesterday
afternoon.
At a recent consultation the physicians
expressed opinions as to tbe time that the
General would live. Dr. Sands thinks it
la a matter si three months, while Dr.
Shrady thinks it is a matter oi six monthB.
The disease is progressing very slowly but
very surely.
The Breeding Bog,
ExAanae.
In 'the breeding animal of whatever
kind the digestive organs should be a paramount,
'consideration, for without digestion
the animil can not successfully accomplish
the uses for which he is intended.
In the hog this is one of the first importance.
In addition to this, if tilt- animal
possesses the following characteristics as
condensed from the indorsement of the
National Swine Breeders' Association the
ideal standard will have been secured:
"Such a hog must have a small, short
head, heavy jowl, and thick, short neck;
ear small, thin ami tolerably orect, but it
is not objectionable if it droops slightly
iorward. Ho must be straight on the hottnm
fmin tliA tim-lr honlr in tlunlr lnt trail
down to the knee In the brisket, and possess
good lenrth from head to tail; back
broad and slightly carved, or arched from
the shoulder to the setting on of the tail;
ribs rather barrel-shaped; tail small. The
hams should be long from the back to the
letting olf at the loin and be broad and
lull; shoulders not bo large and yet sufficient
to give symmetry to the animal;
bair smooth and evenly set on; skin soft
and elastic to the touch; legs short, fine
and set under the body, and the space between
wide. Then a good depth'between
the bottom and top of care ? will give an
Ideal bog."
A Lcvel-Ueuttud Oitl*
AVuj For* Sua.
"Say that you will be miho, dearest Angelina."
1
"I will, upon one condition." .
''Name it, my adored, and if it were to
get you the moon?"
"It in easier than that; in brief, simply
this: That you will invite me to spend a ,
month in your father's house previous to
our marriage."
'Of course, certainly: but why make
iuch a strange request f" ?
"Well, I wish to learn to cook'lite your
toother."
How often is the light ol the household
clouded by signs of melancholy or irritability
on the part of the ladies. Yet they
are not to be blamed, for they are the result
of ailments peculiar to that sex,which
men know not of. But the cause may be
removed and joy restored by the use of
Dr. Pierce's ''Favorite I'reecription,"
which, las a tonic and nervine for debilitated
women,is certain, sale and pleasant.
It is beyond all uompare the great
healer of women,
So highly decorated are tbo rattan
chairs in the fashionable drawing rooms
that it is hard to tell whieh is the chair
and which is the r bbon. One who sits on
rmo of these chairs make an enemy of the
l&mUy.?Hpringfitld Union?
Tan "constantly tired-out" feeling so
often experienced is the result of impovarishc1
blood, and consequent enfeebled
vitality. Ayr's Sarsaparilla feeds and
snriches tlio blood, increases the appetite.
Mid promotes dijestion of'the food, and
the assimilation of its strengthening qualities.
The system being thus invigorated,
the feeling rapidly changes to a giateful
sense of strength and energy. wi(
A Dartmouth freshman attempted to
wear a t#j| hat to chapel the other morning,
and all the adjacent world atopped in
its natural courso until the offending object
was removed and destroyed.?Lomll ,
Oitiien. '
Tliounnudit H?y 80.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Glrard, Kan., writes: I
"I never hesitate to recommend your i
Electric Bitters to my customers, they ,
give entire satisfaction and are rapid self- <
ere." Electric Bitters are the purest and 1
best medicine knoyn and will positively i
uttrw fciuury aim Jjivcr uoiupimutB. rurny
tl|C blood and regulate the bowels. No '
family can afford to bo without them. ,
Th<-,v will savo hundreds of dollar* in doctor's
bjfla every yiwr. Sold at fifty cents ,
a bottle by Logan & Co. mm i
i
A newspaper correspondent, writing ,
from Afghaniatau, fays that the Afglianp
Bat onions as the Amprip?!1? il? apples.
Wo qont wonder that England is trying .
to back out.?Burlington />? /'ma.
-=r^~. rt-t j?""
TOHBS
Tbb Voltaic Belt Oo., of Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their celebrated Ki.scTito-Voltaic
Belt and other Electmc Appliances
on trial for thirty dayw. to tuen
(young or old) aijlfc(e<J with uerVous debility,lo^jt
ui vitality and manhood, and
all kindred trouHus. Also for rhoumatism,
neuralgia, paralysis, and many other diseases.
Complete restoration to health, vigor
iffld munhmd . Ho risk is
uinuvruj v tnltty aaya trial la allowed.
Write them at once for illustrated pamphlet
free. hwfaw
Camels noinetimea live to be 109 ye#js
old. This Is tjnnuegtioiwbly because they
drink so seldom, We give tlijs as a
pointer to the temperance reformers.?
Lowell Citizen,
A WalkluE Skeleton,
Mr. E. Springer, of Meehanicsburg, Pa.|
writes I "1 was afflicted with lung (ever
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Hot a free trial bottle of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Qonstimp. i
tion, which did mc n much goad that I J
bought ft dollar bottle. After using tbree ?
bottles, found myself once more a man,
completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain in flesh of 48 j
lbs." Call at Jxijfnn & Co.'s drug store
and get a free trial bottle of th|s certain
U'ire for all Lung Diseases. Urge bottlea
100. MWFiW
Ail vice la Mothers.
Are yon disturbed at night and broken
ol your rest by a sick cum suuering and
crvinp with pain of cutting tooth ? If no,
tend at once and got a bottle of Mm. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup for Children Teething.
Its value is incalculable. It will relieve
the poor little sufleror immediately.
Depend upon it mothers, there is no mistake
about It. It cores dysentory and
diarrhcea, regulates the stomach and bowels,
cures wind colic, softens the gums, reduces
Inflammations, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Win- "
slew's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription
of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United
Slates, anil is for tale by all druggists
throughout the world, Price 26 cents a
bottle. Mwsaw
Bunklen'a Arnloa Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cute,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posl- ,
tlvely cures Piles, or no pay required. It :
is guaranteed togivo porlect satisfaction,or
money refunded. Price m cents per box.
?or sale by Logan & Go,
gaator'* gw
ARI1
* m ?
Wbtt li tb?t whlcb otn be foood where It ia not
Fault But it ho* new been found In Taylofi
Premium Cologue.
What domwtlc coin to like the going up of a bal
loonf It'a *cnt (uo*nt). 1 be moot liitlug tnc
refrcahfDf l? Taylor's Premium Cologne.
TAYLOR'S PBE
Ii Manufactured among the borne of the flowan:
FOB I
LATJGH
apwunrw
totocttits, fee.
M. RE ILLY,
WHOLESALE
GROCER,
Foik Paokor tnd Cant ol Uw Uelebtitod
"Bed Bird Hams,"
Hos. 1309 AND 1311 MAIN STREET,
wneellng, W. Va.
My own Cora of Choioe Smoked Mc?ti rood rod
dolly direct from my Pork Home at Manchcatcr.
TEZ LARQE8T STOCK OF
General Groceries
latiuBMa.
Sole Agent in this City for
Romford's Ycoit Powder In Botilea,
McNunuru'n "Glory" Tobeooo.
McAlpln'i "Onward" Tobacco.
LotUur'i "SliTer Colo" Tobooco.
DuPuiit'u sjHjrtiiiK. Mining aud Blasting Powder
Celebrated "'Seallkin" Clgara.
ST.LOTJI8 FLOUR.
ROYAL PATENT, Branson's Boat. Beat In the
market ieb?
gTONEWAREI
lO.OOO GALLONS
PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE!
JABS?>4 gallon to 20 gallons.
BUTTER POTS?X gallon to 15 gallons.
MILK PANS?% 1. 1* ud 2 gallons.
J0Q3-% gallon to 5 gallons.
TP? T fa\rvr|iTT
KJ J.'*. A A JL.A9
myfl> Cor jhjatand Fonrteenth Bt*.
JUST RECEIVED.
600 BERMUDA
PINE 'APPLES !
II fiO per dozes,
invito AT McMKHIWV'fl.
ftUdUal.
Ur. J. E. SMITH,
No. 1404 Clupllne Street,
Nmli Foutltenlh Stmt,
The cvidcnre of a phyilclan'l laooeaa i? Ib
teatlmouy ot hi* patiento. The incroMioe ft
maud* for tnjr professional wrvioes prove thatrhat
dealt honorably hikI fairly with those who bee
consulted me. 1 uover uae a patient's uamu urttl
oulpertulKloo. thouuh I have raauy hoodrM m
Uticatea from those whom I have cured after tka
had becu pronounued Incurable. A thorough iaM
leal education with many yean hospital extwrisM
and familiarity with theraputie acaata, aetata ot 1
aervanceof teiuperamouUl pecuLinrltka and stria
attention to hmenlo :nuwyreu?*nt luiuraa iocm
a cure k possible. aud I frankhr aire the rstl?a m 1
opinion.
Home Proof.
Kiduey and Liver Dtoea** and Rhaumatlaia,-.
Suffered terribly?"Nothing warned to help tat
could not gut out of bed. Dr. Smith cnrod mo,"
ZKI'II. PHILLIPS, Wheeling, W. V?.
Catarrh, 1'olypus of No*, Impaired voloo.-fl?l
fercd lor yean; natont medlclna failed to help m
Dr. Smith completely owed me/' _
CU A HLRS CHAD WICK,
Of Soeidel 4 Go., WbM&tf. W. Va.
Dyvperaiaand Ufcrated Btomaeh.-'T'mtraea
for yean failed to aire me ralkf. Dr. Smith ourS
me. THOMAS HOLT, laraanae Agwit.
Fit*.?Had them for fourteen yearn. Dr. Sinltf
CUWdma." WiUlS 1". WASHINGTON.
Scrofula. Running Bona ou Head.?1"My eon wa
afflicted for fourteen yean. Nothing eeemad S
help him. Dr. Smith cured him,"
Mitt. CATHERINE CUB. I
Market Street, Wheeling, W. Vc
Cancer.?"Suffered for yesn wHhCaueer. Had I
cut out three timed, U returned after each opera
lion. Dr. Swlth cored mo without knife, omutic?
wtfn," MM. H. M. ORCUTT, |
Piled, Fistula of Anus.?Mat on mr baek lor It
woaka. Imported dying. Dr. Sntfth cared a*
without knife In Are week*. k ? I
THOMAS OOLYIN.
Whokaalo Orooer. Kate Bt.. Wheeling, W. Va. |
Ulcorallaqi of Rectum, Proiapeui and Pile*.- i
uWm given up to dlo aud pronounoed Incnrabli
Dr. Smith cured me witboot knife."
WAHHINUTUN DELABT, Martta'BTarry.
Rev. IL O. Ladd writer?"Dr. Smith'a pmfea
ional nerrlccala my family have beea a*oat aatlf
Mr*. Margaret Kulk ?ni "J had bean Buffering
u tight (tana removed emanaw MM fwt Jong."
Ytanale Complaint*,?Three year* In hoapltala foi
emalca, give toe peculiar advantage in inch cam*
Pomona cured W catarrh. diaeaaea of heart, liver
loraach, kWwyt, akin, blood, nervoua affection/
iii'l \vc4knouioa of men and youth, acrofola anI
jihma teatifr to my aucctaa.
rile* cured without the knife.
Patleuta at a dlatanrc may be treated bv letter *n<
athfiictlon guaranteed. A chart for aclf-examma
Ion eeot ou receipt of two three-cent atampa, antf
dvlce returned free.
CoiaultaUw at office free. OffioohourehomtA
u?7r.,..Or.
No MM CUplluo SL, WbecUux, W. Vt.
HARMS'
ARADJCALCuRE FOR ?t/too frt>?lDdulB?npa,op
NERVOUS MmlSKWS
PEBILITY.Kjl ."w7m M?
iwvsmAL gls^fejsfe
Aged MOD. B9Hon to tnulnm, or cw*
TmtoroRo eixSS?'?? ^,?rS
S&mm
IrumwMg
i POSITIVE ssSSB
utlaloudiiioilai.
Ulan'i Soluble Medicated Bongies.
Nonjuuoou* dome of cabcbg, copftbU, or oil o!
ud*l wood, that mo certain to produce dyipeuU
it deatrorlnr the cottlng* o! the ?tom?ch. Prloe
trloe. yortortherpSffioSuisend torolicttlar.
F.O BoxlStt, . - -v
I 0, ALLAH00, P.IIRE
tt John Street, New York. UU11I?I
ananrwA?
PENNYROYAL PILLS!!
T AMPO I (CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.)
LADIESI yVx??g& -sissST.
you by rtinrn mill.
<n?asLaBBgMb?..?.
MploplRestored
msjamssSB
gxpee tiaavthtxtit.
yyUEELING PAI'ER WAKEIIOUSE.
Xtoblnaon, VarlM Jfc Co.,
tfunlutaRn fad Dwloi In war wrtetj of
M&W;* .fr!*9t8esm<^mtbolaubpilMptMl
lor gap, ftpwtndOld
r^nTTC!
bmibmH
been flrat In wlanlogall the medals for exoAilacu*.
: -W*1&!*> centra oL HMttjt vbe letter V. But
I Tayler'i Premium Cologne la the router that
gATltatea to the heerta or the ladlee.
IMIUM COLOGNE
and la now recognised to be the beet In the market.
JALK BY j
LX3ST BROS. ?Sc CO.
. if. r
f
gov gent and gov Salt.
FOR BENT.
Business Boom and Dwelling, corner of Jacob
and (Seventeenth street*. *
Fl?? roomed house, No. M Eighteenth street.
No. 44 south Broadway, 7 rooms, gas throughout
u<1 itable
No. 14& Eighteenth street.
No. 1(504 Manchester, coutalulng 8 rooma.
No. 1fi5 Sixteenth street. 4 roomed home.
Two rooms, 1801 Woods street.
FOR SALE.
Scblrmer Farm, better known as Clark McDonaid
farm, near Triadelphla; 60 seres, 6 roomed
uuu-v, WU. IV1U VII'" nun UIUVI UUIIUIUII,
orchard ol '?& trees, choice Iruit, apples, peaches,
year*. do. Said to be on? of the.xnott dutiable
until farms lo Ohio oounty. .
/louse Ho. 88 sixteenth street
fiotise No. k'J Sixteenth %tnv~
Blacksmith Shop, Tools, Bellowi end Fixtures,
Chspilne street, south of Seventeenth street. Price
fUiOQ.
ihomaa Newman Property on Sixteenth street
and Seventeenth street.
No. 47 Tweniy-tblrd street.
Lot No. ]0, east tide of Ko(T street, the socond
lot south of Twenty-eighth street.
Lot No. 10, square 11, J. * /. B. Baker's Addition1
Price f UO CO.
Ferns end other pronertr for sale.
J Ail Ed A. HKNBY, Kesl Estate AfQnt,
CoUoctor end Notary Public,
mv2> No 1?ia Murlrpt Hlrwt
Soohs, AtatU>Ke*B, See.
QETKKADY
FOB TBI
College Commencement!
By buying a Handsome PooJc rf Poelry or Prose,
wblch will be a m petual source ot pleasure and
remembrance. We have made a display of our
Urtk of Olft Books, ranging In price from 75 ct< to
810 GO. It *111 repay a visit JO look at them.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
m'30 U01 MARKUT BTSKBT.
gLANK BOOKS I
WILL PAPERS AND BORDERS, i
Foreign tad Domestic.
STATIONERY.
The Urgat Slock wd Oreateat Variety. Sold it
Ibe VERY LOWEBT PBlCHH hy
JOS. GRAVES & SON,
lT? M Twi-Hth Street.
J^OLLER
skates:
A good variety. I'rUci and mjlei to rail aU.
Also. Skate Hap and Straps
C. n. QI7IMBY, ,
, Bookseller and Newsdealer,
a.pHH Kn UK M.r.rtHtrwl
?U gtfltUClJ.
JMJBRI0AT1NG,
Machinery and Cylinder Oils 1
i
The price o( good Lubrio Oils was never ?o low,
aa at present. Pure Nxtnml Went virgiuia Parogon '
Lubricating, and the butt oil lu market lor Beapers
and Farm Machinery.
FOR SALE BY
ISAIAH WARREN & CO.
.myH mw?*W
gPSING WATER
"White Lnmp Oil!
OF 1U DE0RRE8 FlttE TEST,
Our old "Oriental Brtnd"?a safe, brilliant and
ioft i#ht, warranted to t-tand a higher fire ?ert
than any Burning Oil lu this market, at less cos;
to tho consume-.
ISAIAH WARREN & CO.
Snmmcc gcsovt?.
UP 3,000' FEET f~
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND 1
Ou the Chest of the AUrgbanies. within the
lamous Glade Section. > ircctlyon the
] ine of the B.AO.
NoStago Bides or 'Bin Trantfen.
All Limited hxprws Trains Stop.
With the new and unparalleled fsst schedule on
tbeinltluiore&ohhBBiiroad. these lovely twin
resorts are b? youd all comparison the most advautsgtously
kctilod, both as to train service and surrouiiuiUKS.
of any east of the Bockies.
Majjoiflcout Trains! Through without change!
Buttot bleeping, Parlor Family Boom and Day
Coaches.
SEASON OPENS JUNE 89.
No Flies 1 No JJoi^ujioCfl!; No Hay Fever!
| Dm r Park and Oakland, the one being but six
miles distant i<om the other?with ihemostchaiinlug
drives coonecllug item-will be under the
I nianam'iut in u( Mr. W. J Walker, who, In his two
seasons' trauagemeut of Deer I'ark, made many
enthusiastic fiends of the glorious resorts.
All communications should bo aadrmed to W.
J WAI.KKR Qu-en City Hotel. Cumberland. Md..
up to June 15. After taat date either Deer Park or
Oakland Md.
1Ui?*-?UOi Tflanil 90 per month, accordluic
to luiMliouo. Diagrams of ruoini and doom
open at a. A U. ticket otUce. {
'iht B it u Con piny has if are! no espouse in ?
Sndtrlng Deer l'?.rk and uakUn?t th?le*dln< i
oun-alu Rcsors of the ttast, and lor thtf teason
ot 'M the uttrations will be of a ubitrac.er not ]
hltierm euuulltd, aud the ouUino of both houjkH ,
uuezueltea \
J lie MUl-ftk (IMIC IU( VIIIIUI1U III HIV WIU. 1
"?yar : g
COWELL HOUSE, e
Webb Ave., bet Central and Reach,
OCEAN GROVS, N.J.
Tbla pipnlar home having been cnUrfcd and
remode ?a. U ooe of toe moat dtairable lo thin \ Iclntijr,
beii h loppliod wlih Artnriau water, hot and
odd la haiuiduiher modem improvement*. Location
UDturimheu, btiing but one block fiom the .
ocean lake and bethm* mound* and near the
poatofflce. Will reopen May 16. 1885. Mm Capt.
Cow ell, Jin. H. M041, Proprietor!. P. 0. Box '<068.
it-rift
#lumbing,?a? te Jtteanx gittinfl
rpRlMJtLE 4 LPTZ,
PLUMBERS,
GAS AMEAM FITTERS,
1418 Market Street.
TBMUHI tod VentiUUn, ol IMbllo Bolldlnii
DwoUlQRt lad futorM t SpecWtj,
J^UKK FITTON,
PRACTICAL PHIMBER,
Gas and Steam Fitter
Mo. 1416 MAIN BTJUSET.
Jut weired, lot of OfcMter'i r?teot AdluiUMf
Humeri.
BumtolfctttnttonKltgntolobblm. nxH HARE
& SON,
PRACTICAL PLUU2XB8,
Gm and Stoam Fitters,
NO, a TWELFTH STREET,
jLU work don* promptly at nMoo*Mt prtoob
= I
IfictwtM and &*t gXaicttal*.
J-JBAUGHT8MKN TAKE NOTICE.
Tracinjt I-inm.
Wb?tm?u P?poT?. _
Croat Section Piper,
Uluo troouM Paver,
?ou'* TCHIII IodUInk,
S.?. * 9a.
T. C, MOFFAT
<te CO.
27 Twelfth St.
HAVE NOW IN STORE
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A Full Assortment
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gome and Jttpw jPatnl tt. ?
D. C. KUKNER,- }
House and Sip Painter!'
Q-IRAIIKnErR,, ;
Glazier ?to Paper Hauler.
NO DKAlJUt IN
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Paints, Varulshes,
Oils, (iluss, Ac.
No. 1727 MARKET STREET, j v
jy 5
3jjtai00ists. i
THE GKNrniNK C
?Mi2ioa: s
B
it Strictly Purti and Rtllable. ?
K. H. LJ8T, 1010 Main 8t .cot, O
Pole Manufacturer and Proprietor.
*>*'l.ook out for 11 wn-ihlt-wi tmlUttou, uptf,' gj
gtt5jcjellattjexm5? ^
AHK 8TIIX THIWMPJ1ANT! For
fifteen lean they have atetdlly gained in 1
avnr, and with aa'eii coDHtantly inereaalug have
lecorae the most ppular Corset* throughout the
Jnlted ("tate*. ru
1 he "O" quality hi warranted to wear twice m J
onguordlnaryConetii.and testimonials without p.
iumb#r could be given of the perfect taikfacUon J
hev have afforded lor a long serin* of yea in p.
The "G. aud k. H " qualities are rondo extra 3
otig. m well ai regular length, and told at the ex
ame price. :
Retailorsareau'h'Ttxedtorefund money, lion ?.
xamlnatlon thew Goneti do not prove u renro*
entod.
Formic everywhere.
Catalogue free on application. "
THOMSON, LANGDOJi & CO., Mfr*, (
70 and 78 Worth 8treet. New York. I
aprt7'*waf j fl
S. HUMBUGOUJ i
will ai ways howMHBMBBHHHHHMB tit
fraud on Ita vary to* lfyoudonUourbaHoMorottr ~~
goods, we willaeudaatupfaftee, We hare an artlcl* __
that awry wan, woman and fchild naeda and apnredatea.
Erery housekeeperand everybody else will buy
It Upar?Bg*ntalimucnMiprofitsandgivea immense- ?
aatltfacilo i. We want 1 AGKNT In eachconnty,.
male or female. Mention thlapaperaud yon will gat. w
elroiilaraandftdMofoiraailonritlSK* Saniplejaeat.
irr^aart^' . Mi
TSB 0WUS1SS X T8. CO., Ftttitagk# Fa i ? ^
roylftyaw Pr
fiGEBSSS&l 1
Rose leaf, Finn Cut ^ ' %
Navy Clippings and
Snuffs PAUeilUDTIAuf
uureoumi i IUII s
TMW ? Maui** r?m?ir br(u?** i
ttwwMi iFmn of u>? want ItM m< Nl '
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I DrKKTHKRS! Mod lor our Mitel Uat ol Ult
r*lNompapvn. OM.P.Bo?ell*^toapm _
FKANKLIN
type:
POUIfDRY, ,
111 Tint Str*H, CineinnmU, OKU. J
ALLISON A SMITH. 7i
CLEVELAND A PJTTSBUBGH R. R.
CooiUpMd
Time Table of Puwiger TmJni coh
rated ?<AY 84Tli&-Orntr?l Standard Time:
oom vror.
. r.x.| 4.x. 1a.m. r. w.f n*.
?? sl.q= ||:.i
iochcater............... 12tfsl' 9:45i?a.H^.' 1:2oI 4:60
Mt Liverpool..? ^lrioj 10:52 2:00;
JlereUnd......... 1:001...^ 2:00
lavenna. ....... 1:C0......... iifl 8:18
uSanctTTZ.-... 1:65. . 10:2ft 4:16
SytS!." *:?
Vullsvlllo J* 6:W 10:66 13:00 2:20 8:88
(SSBS-Zn. ..Z 8:1* 11:20 1:1 2:4ft 7:08
-orontoTr., e?4 una i;-?. i-M 7-.n
toubcuviile........... 0:47 11:55 1:40 3:11 7:35
SSSwt....!r 7.til 12-41 1:57 8:? 7:52
Urtln I Ferry 7:K 12:46 2:38 4:05 8M
r. m.
Wdieport. 7:45 12:53 2:43 4:18 8:88
^ l-.oa asi a?4&
OOIWO Mist.
A.M. A.M. A.X KM- P.*.
fcllalrt ? 5:00 8:21 10:3) 8:25 4:30
IridftptrL. ? 5:12 8:38 10:82 8:36 4:48
lartlnV Ferrjr~- 5:20 8:41 10:10 3:4* 4:51
triUlant ... 5:6? #:1? 11:11 4:15 6:27
toubenvlllcu........ 6:10 9:86 ll:2j> 14:88 5|44
'orouto ..... 6:? 8*56 11:46 4:51 O.DS
6:39 10:06 11:* 6:00 0:12
k'dUvIlle.7:16 10:50 12:88 6:5b 6:38
r. u. r. *.
layanL.,.: ....... 12:15 8:24 r 2:60
tlllanoo..... 1.-06 4:10 8:88
levelaud..... 3:20 , 0:15 6:55
A, X A.M.
hU*go?.(...?.:. 5:80 7:60 ~.
kitl Iverftool 7:26....? 12:48 6:08 4:28
[?cheater..... Stf) Ij**?5?? |:}?
ffifflSfcrz: SIS":? 1% 1 tig
d,. '
set eonnecilon at follow Greek for CKvelaud and
fclcago. Train arriving atMd??port?v 2:48 p. tu.
oakt* direct connection at TNeUirille from Cleve.
",1 "iSa&j
WJT. A.BAIJJWIN.
?oniirai?anagcr, Pittsburgh, Pa,
PITOBUBGH, CINCINNATI & ST.
L LOUIS RAILROAI>?Pan Handle ttouta,
lime table for Eaut and West corrected to May
1,1885. Tratua leave fan Handle station, foot of
leventh Mtrcet, near public lauding, as follow*,
autral Standard time:
Pitta. But fait | Pat.
ititjosb. Exp'* Exp's Exp'H Sxp'a
A. M. P. M. P. M. i. K.
eave?Wheeling........... ?:? 12:44 8:88 8:05
ntte?V?U?burf. 7:? 1:25 4:14| 8:t0 '
ieubenvltlo..................... * 8:00 2:?) 8:20j t>;C3
Ittiburgh. 9:3j 8:30 6:10
A.*. A.K.
arrtaburg . ;; 1:10 1:10 2:8aL?.?..
altimore. 8:25 5:2^1.........
f?httiyfnn , 6:40 6:80H(MM.
hlladdphla. 4:2 4:25 8:MJ ....
ew York. 7.n<- 7:00 8:0Tl ?
P.M KM. P. X
orton. 8:00j 8.-Q0 8:a5|?
oniwo vrttr.
I'ao. fDeun West Ao^
HTAT10H8. Exp'*] Kxp'g Mall. c'm'n
P.'It. P.M. >.H. P.M.
eave?Wheeling, 8:0ft 8:85 6:50 12:48
rrive-Steubenville. ' 9:08 8:28 8:08 2:00
ulU 7:10 12:06 4:30
onlaon ...... I0:40j 7:.0 9:80 4:06
ewark . {2*0 11:85 6:10
r.M
olumbud..... ..A 1:48. 11:35 8:00
?ave?Columbua 8:?0 12:85
irrlve?Dajrtou....rt .. 6:10....... ?-,uZ~ .......
lnclnnatl........ 6:10 4:18 ........
odlauapolli. .. ... 7:00........ 10:3^
P. K.{ A.K
t. Louitf....;... ......... 2:00 ........ 7:00.........
blcago. .. 6:80) 7:S0(
AU traina daily except Sunday.
Fullmiiu'a Palace Drawing Room and Sleeping
'arc through without change frmu Steubeuvlllo
Ait to t hludolpbta and Ne>v York. West to Col*
tubus, Cincinnati. Louisville, Chicago, ludlauap*
Us and St. Lnula.
For through tickets, baggage check*, sleeping
ar accommodations, and any further information
pply to JOHN G. TQMMN80N, Ticket Agent at
m Handle station, foot of Eleventh stmt, or at
jjy Tiflkot Office, under MoLurc Houbo, Wheellug,
JAMES McCllKA,
Manager, Columbus, Ohio.
E. A. FoKI>,
Qeq'l Paw, and Ticket Ageat, Pittsburgh. Pa.
g ALTIM0RE4 OH 10 RAILROAD CO".
<M anil llur MAY ?. W85. nwi|ir uiiiu will
KUWeonrxD. Local No.87 Dally No.S3 I'hI-T
ASfclJ '& V? Ijfe ?g
lelldre...., - ? -? . ': ?
CannlflKtoHtHn'"] *? */ 7iao
"'iM 11:06 *1110 10:11k
unborUiii..^: a:?t7:C0 1:M
?lil.'?onCltr- MN - *v
1111 mo." ??? "IT . 7,H>I ? _?S
mTrv?nal7.1op?l^lHi?tlon.
K0.2IN0.4 Ho.C
VMrBODKO.' WftH No. 12 Dallr Dally Daily
r jMva?. " A.M, P. M A.M. P.*. P.M.
7;tt 3:40 D:15 ?:50 10:21
S&.:::z: ' >? *=? ??
i2rt?i!' 7:00 12:18 10:10 1:10
SSi1 1:J0 10:lfl JOT
SSwirr:;. "r... mum mo
induik;
6-90
idlAnipdUt ~~x>m,Tm
uLouU. ' ?
?. 6:10 ?M 7:JG
anna* City g'.ool Sflj 9'.M
Moundavllle acoomtaod%tion Iwaj WhcelJM at
a. m.. and arrive* at i.*Ound*rUle at 12;I4 p.
i. daily uxcept dundity.
Sgannlngton accominodntloii at 4:10 (V. ill;,
fUnenim accommodation leave# Wheeling*.'
in. and :tMO p. in. Hellalre at 8:10 a. in. ami
15 p. m.i dally except Sunday.
10:tt p. n. train through to Cincinnati without
lauge, Mith B. A O. Sleeper through to Cincinnati.
ii. ?o, Steeping Can on all through traiim.
Through Coach (rum Wheeling to Cincinnati on
o. 2. leaving Wheeling at 9:tt a. m., arrivinc at
Inclnnatlate^Oa m.
clow conuoctlOM made for all points South
3d Pouthweat, North and Northwest, making una
dnlrable umte tor cotoniata and tteraona moving
the great Wart, and to whum particular attention
Ticket* to all principal polnta on nle at Depot
Bleeping car accommodation* can be neeured at
epotTWtet Office.
& t* BBS#1
It. T. DKVKIKH, General Agent. Wheeling.
[XTHKEUNG & PITTSBURGH DIVI?
T 8ION, It. A O.
"u ud nfUT MAY ?, IMS, |iuuii(WWI|UWUI
t aii folio wa?Wheeling Ume:
ft, r I'ittabnrgh-.'.ri'i a. in., dally; 7:10a. m., 8:20
m. dally except Humlay.
For Wa*hIngton-r?:25a. m.. dally; 7:10 a m.t 830
in a.'id 5:06 p. in., dally exccpt -uinlay.
from J*"MBUr*n-U:Q6 a.m..6:06 p. in., dally
oept 9t inday; 10:15 t>. m., dulijr,
Froin w **1iIiik?oii?7:66 ft. a., 11 :06 ft. m.. c:06 p.
,,4?iJjrfttcepiSunday; 10:15 p. m., dally.
J. T. LAW. Ttiit. Pmh Agt. Wheeling.
JHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
lime table oormted to MAY 10. l?Jo. Tralui
ive mnhandle Station. foot o( Eleventh strtoi.
ar public landing, u follow*-Central BUndard
me-wbicb la 16 mlnuto slower than WfaeelUig
na; 001*0
ROOTII.
<Oftlly|t>ally AoPan
I Pa*, com.
a lf.lr.n. a. jf.
?ve-Wbefllar.....M 0:00) StfS 1:06-rlre-Benwood...?..
6:2ffl B:45 9:00
)und*rllle............?^...,........ 0:40} 4:06 9:60
irlngton 7:2S 4:45 11:28
octor.? ?.... 7;?j 4*7 11:60
m Martlnirillc 7:?J 6:16 J2?6
rdl?. 8:02 6:2* 12:60
uenviue.................... o;/u o:?u jw
loudly .Mataiuura*) 8:88 6:68 2:06
Mnryu 9:10 6:28 8:80
iiUamitoin) (Marietta) 9:88 7:10 8:28
ritwtbutt, W. Va.....?w". IQflOl 7:48 8:80
oomo north.
DrtlyiDally AoPw.|
Paw, com,
A.M. f. X, A.M.
*ve?Pirkenburf.^................ 6:16 8:80 8:40
tWo- WlUlanutownlMart'tu) 1:46 4:0 8:40
Mam ':851 4:60 8:60
I ndfy (M*twaonu).. 1:08 5& 10:42
itwirille...... ? 8:20' 8:40 U:18
rrtlftjai^S. 8:89 6:68 life
iW Marti nxvllk- 8:&(l C:tt? 12:28
DCtor^..^ .... 9:07 8:26 i:io
,si i is
nwd ...........? ions 7:40 4:15
heeiim?...... m??l saw 4:40
Pawner tniltia dally Includlcl Hundir. Aolumodatlon
tnloi rani dally except 8undaV.
I TloteCAwiH. Whf?ilntNw. \'k.
gommtMUro gflttchimts.
lOnmoB, ~ ~ 0. D. loaitmt,
OemnU. 01D. Salmon 4 BON, pB
I. DAVKNPOBT & CO.,
COMMISSION
? <? wtumwaros at.. nMiw.
I LL KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
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