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AGAINST HOKE SMITH.
A Mooting of Old Soldiers at Bridgeport last Night TO ACT OH THE PENSION QUESTION. An Eloquent Kxpresslon of tholr Vims itcported by tbe Committee nml Adopted?An Appeal to tlie Patriotism ol tho Country?A t'lodgo yet Unfulfilled?Tho Pension ItoIl Should bo a lloll of Honor, Last night a meeting of 6. A. B. members mid other old soldiers was held in tho Ci. A. If. hall at Bridgeport to con ider tho pension quostion. The hall was lillud. F. C. Robinson waa chair* man. Bpccches were mode by him, by W. Conoway and Rev. Mr. Fortnoy, of West Wheeling, C. Allen, Capt. Burgett McConaughy, Mr. Phillips, IIII. Clayland, Captain Martin, J. M. Gontor, Kichord Kubertson ana J. Ji rrueman. Copies oI resolutions vrero ordered mailed to lloko Smith, President Cleveland and tlio G. A. R. encampment at Indianapolis, The resolutions were roportod by tho couimiiteo and unanimously adopted, li (allows: Wjigkeas, The representatives of tho people of these United Mates in regular Congress assembled, did on tbe 27th uav ol June, 18SK), pass a pension law known as ihe "Disability Bill," and Wuckkas, Tho supreme court of the United .States has not declared said law unconstitutional, nor has Congress repealed the same, yet, by tbo rulings of the exccativo officers of the governmeat and not tbe law-making power, that law has boon made almost a nullity and its purposes defeated, thorefure, /.Vjo/ttii, Tfiit we the ox-Union soldiers of Belmont county, Ohio, roI'nrJIess of Dolitical affiliation do hereby respectfully ask, and earnestly demand thai said law of Juno 27, 1890, be faithfully executed until it is either legally repealed or doclarod inoperative by tlie proper courts. Tho self denial, suflering and daring of the Union soldiers has no parallel in the history of the race, and we beliere the achievements of tho Union army contributed more to this nation's preseut glory and greatness than all other agencies combined. Tho Union soldier was true and faithful in tho nation's greatest peril lie fought with the purest mottves and received but meager compensation, and ho should never bo allowod to want for the comforts of life while he lives under the flag he defended. Had Sherman's army in 1804 been assured that in 1S93 llioy and their comrades wonld be denied a paltry pension of $6 to $12 a month, would they have had the heart to fight the 100 days of. bloody battles from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and would the historic march to the lea ever have been made? .Let any man who loves the old flag these heroes carried make answer. When l.ee's army invaded the north in 1803. ii tho army of the l'otomac had stacked arms and said to this government, wo will never drive theso invaders back until vou pay as more than $13 a mouth, and here and now pledge us, that when peace is reatorod, and we grow old and helpless you will care for 111, and that none of our seod shall bog bread nor become tbo inmatos of an alma house, what wealth would have been poured at their feet, and what pledges would have been made in that trying hour, and these pledges, though uiiwritton, wero made. We do not think, wo will not believe, that the people of this country, which has grown so prosperous and powerful, intend to so soon forget the debt they owe the men who saved the union. The American people are notingratea, but are patriots. Abraham Lincoln pledged this nation "to care for bim who hath borne the battle, and for his widow and orphans," ind when he uttered those Words the grateful, sitflering people of this conntry said "yea! yoa! ana let it bo." That pledge stands unredeemed today. The law of June 27, 1800,.only partially makes thatproinisegood.' We plead for the fulfillment of that pledgo. Wo utter no protest against dropping from the nension rolls the naaio of every fraud. Ferret them out like the shulks and cowards and doad beat were dropped from the rolls and drummed out of camp during the war. We want the pension roll, like our old nrjny roosters, to be a roll of honor, with no taint of fraud nor coward's name thereon. F. C.,Robinson, R. N. Clayla.nd, W. 8. 8kixs, Committee. Blanks for admission to the G. A. R. were paused around and freely taken. There will be many new membera, and the post will revive and grow. The following invitation was reud and accepted: To the Offlcm and ilmlxn of 0. A. R. Gestlemkjc?Yon are cordially invited to participate in a street parade on tho 9th of September, given by Local Union No. IS, U. M. W. ot A., on the dedication of onr now ball; also, an entertainment will be given at night, whero we will have singing and speeches from our state officials on organisation and co-operation. lly ordor of the committoe. / W illiam H. Landers, President. Robert Wabdle, Recording Bec'y. XOTKS ON NAVIGATION. Buceof Watsr nml Morsiqentt at Boats, The River Interests. The C. H. Woods will he to-day's Mat moras packet and will depart at 11:30 a. in. The Nora for Matamoros got away at 11:30 yesterdav morning with a good Urt, and the Liberty for CUrlngton followed at 3:30 p. m. The Courier will not coma out from Wow Pittsburgh to-day as woe at first reported. The Nora will be up 8anday Maruinc and will go through to Pittsburgh. Tiio expected rise out of the Allofffeoy began to be felt here early yesterday morning, and last night there *u6 (e?it of wator registered at the Public landing marks. The repairs and repainting pf the vhirfboat are about completed, and then Wheeling will have the best quipped one on the Ohio. Tho sides were being caulked and painted yesterday afternoon. Don't You Know That to havo perfect health you must nave pure blood, and the belt way to ??e pure blood la to take Hood's BarupariUa, the best blood purifier and irength builder. It expels ail taint of crofula, salt rheum and #11 other lumori, and at the aarae tlrao builds the whole system and gives nerve 'tiength. ^ 2 llooo's Pills may be bad by mail for ?c ol a l Hood it CK, Lowell, Mass. ?? ....- Ok .M& BISHOP KAJLVS SEW HOME. Ilia Iloccjitiou at St. Louis Informal? Goos I to Chicago. In conformance with the oxpresied 1 wiahea of Archbishop Ken rick, the recaption of the coadjutor, Archbishop ' Kain, on hii arrival here thia morning, * will be an unostenUtiooi one, and nn- ^ marked byjany elaborate preparatlona, 8 anya the St, Loaig Globe-Democrat of ,j Thursday. It adds: The coadjutor is expected to arrive here at 7:15 thia morning, accompanied by the delegation from Wheeling and the prieita' committee from thia city, who acted aa * an eacort over tho Ohio St Mississippi. The party will be roceived at the depot by tho entertainment, carriage and i; hotel committees, consisting of Fatbera ] Tobvn, May, Jones, Fonlon, Schilling, c Wiggors. fchea, Butler, Powers, Schaf- J fors, Walah, Coyle, Muehlsienen, t Schrage, Goller, McGlynn, (Smith, v Head and Kane, of Web- c ater Groves, McCaHrey, Schrago and Coonoy, and will be escorted to the )< ooumern notei, wnero ail mil oreaic- t fust. Tho coadjutor will then, if he de- j sirou, bo driven immediately to the ^ archiespiscopal roiidonce on the Lindell boulevard, where a room bat been prepared for hiin, and where he will ? mako his future homo. Father Ziegler, f Mho lias recovered from his attack of i rheuraatiam, Very Rev, Father Muohlesiepen, V. O., Fathers Walsh, James J. McCabe, Klelty, R Goiter, Hnasoun, Fitzpatrick, Hayes, h Coyne, Schroeder, Jaegering, Byrne, J Iteimse, Francis and Fitzgerald, of t Edina, will accompany him to tho residence. No formal reception J will bo held there. Tho delegate priests f from Wheoling will be shown the var- 1 ious points of interest in the city during the day and In the evening will re- d turn to Wheeling. It is probable that j, thoy will make brief calls on the arch- c bishop in the morning or afternoon. The coadjutor will probably leave tho latter part of this week for Chicago to J: attend the Catholic Congress and the " conference of tho Alumni Association of SL Mary's Seminary of Baltimore, Md., to be held there next week, after B which ho will roturn to take up his o regular duties. It was at first the in- n tention of the committee of local priests to tender a rccoption and entertain- b ment on a grand scale to the coadjutor e upon his arrival hero. A public reception, at which addresses of welcome, j eta, were to be made, and the coadju- 0 tor given an opportunity to become acquainted with the priests, was planned, . but adandoned on account ol^iie objection of Archbishop Konrick. Archbishop Kain may also, if he so desires, say mass on tho magnificent ? marble altar at tho Cathedral, but it is t probable that he will not il BKLIiAIKR. All Sorts of Local .News mul Ooislp from t the Gl&M City. Mr. James Wilson and wife liava de- a cided to move to Delaware, 0., to make their future home. Mr. Wilson was v for a number of years president of the Bellaire nail works, and was alwnys prominent in any movement for tho> material or moral advancement of this city. In bis church work he was not less zealous than in any other capacity and the First M. E. Congregation here paid him a high compliment in the ? passage a strong resolution upon the eve oi his departure. ? The Republican -primaries this even- f, ing from half past 4 till half past 8 D o'clock, fast time, will bo attended by n more peoplo perhaps than any primaries in recent years, The contest for , treasurer betwoen Howark Kirk and A. ' Kelley is close and the friends of both have beon vory activo. The delegates 5 selected for both tickets are all under- f stood to be for Hon. 0. L. Weems for l prosecutor, and that gentleman has such ? a cinch on the place he seeks thnt it is f probable no other name will be presented to the convention. The former mill miners, who are out f of work now, in a card to the public, say:? "We greatly regret that any " trouble occurred at all, as the great body of the miners of Bellaire and vicinity are law-abiding citizens and 1 evor will countenance or indorse vio- F lence of any sort." " Sherman Bailey, the wife beater, whose wife afterwards dug him out of jail, and was captured and sent up her- 1 eelf, was caught at WoodsSelu and brought here yesterday morning and ( then taken to the Zanosville workhouse, where the wife preceded him. They ( are a tough lot _ , *' The Democratic county executive t comraittoo met bore yesterday afternoon to devise ways and means of (jetting up tho courage of the party. The ( means were provided at a former meet- j ing with the candidates. 1 Dr. J, 8. UcClellan, Jnmcs Fitton, I. i N. Grafton, Thomas Boyce, W. McLain, s H. Lappart, J. SI. Boyd, Lien. Stevens c and Martin (Wen, have been elected stewards of tho Jl. E. Church. Presiding Elder J. R. Mills, of tbi9 ? M. E. district, is urged to have Bev. D. \V. Chandler returned as pastor of the , First M. E. Church here, and that no , doubt will be done. A teachers' examination for the city l schools will be held at tho Central i school building to-day. A connty : teachers' examination was held there yesterday. William Sharp, formerly a director in tho Bellaire nail works and a nailer there, was stricfceu with apoploxy at the homo of his daughter in Steubeaville. M. L. Blackburn and family have moved into their own property on Gravel Hill, formerly the home of James Wilson and wife. George Myers is now township treasurer. Henry Bodewig transferred the books, papers and acoounts to him yesterday all in good shape. The new street ears are doing an immense business. They can hardly haul all the people in the evonings. Mrs. Emma Boyce and sister, of Sharpsburg, Pa., are guests at the home of Thomas Boyce In this city. Misses Jessie Eaton and Leona Cash, of Morris town, are guosta of Miss Jessie Dunawav. Charles Henry, jr.. and family, of Ellwood, Ind., are visiting relatives here. John Davis Is home from Berea to spend Sunday with his family. Rev. John Win and family ore home from the camp ground. Whatever may be the cause of blanching, the hair may be restored to its original color by the use of that potent romedy, Hall s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Benewer. In Childhood's Happy Days. Among the incident* of childhood that stand out in bold relief, as our memory reverts to the days when we were young, none are more prominent than severe sickness. The young mother vividly remembers that it was Obamberlaln's Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with thebest results. Children Cry for_Rtch?r's Cwtorti firb.at rij!z.\b12th Jurn? a ZIotol nml Three Store*?The Loa 8,000. 'prrtal Dltpatch to Ute InUUl&HCtr. P.tnKEBSBtraa, W. Va., Sopt Fire iroko out last night ia the Virgivia Jouie, Elizabeth, \V. Va., completely leatroying t(je hotel and annex. The tore belonginc?o Clinton Kelly caught loxt The goods woro partly aavud. .'ho atore room of Thomas Foater was lao burned. Loai, $8,000; no iniurance. MOUMmlLLK. L Miscellaneous Melnnf o of Minor Matters from Marshall's Metropolis. To-morrow ia the laat quarterly meetng (or thia conference year at tiie Jelhodiat church. The services will bo onducted by the preiiding elder, llev. L .Mick, both morning and evening. Ia will nlani nraanh thin AVAnintr. nftnr rhicli the quarterly conference will onvene. D. Younken and H. T. Anahutx will save to-day for Xndlanapoii* to attend be national encampment of tho G. A. L Mr. Younken will also see the Vorld's Fair before his return. A deed of assignment of F. M. Bowrs, merchant at Bonwood, with A. L. 'elly as assignee, was admitted to ecord at the county clerk's office on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William McConkey aye a delightful birthday party in onor of their daughter, Nettio, on 'hursday evening, it being her twelfth lirthday. Mrs. Mollio Mongan, of Humboldt, 'ubraska, and Miss iiirdio SliurtefT. of 'airmont,' ua viaitine Mr. and Mrs. Viiltam McOonkey, of the First ward. Dr. T. H. Meighen returned Wcducsay from Louisville, Ky., whore he has een for the past year a resident physiian in the City hospital. Mies Pearl Criswell waa awarded the rize at tho Arthur Love entortainlent on Thursday oveniug, a vory Hue landolin. Prof. K. A. Armstrong, of the Morantown University, formerly principal f the West Liberty Normal School, is ore. The marriage of Miss Daisy Cockayno o Mr. W. M. Kiggs will occur Thursday vening next at the Trinity church. Dr. John Sandie will lecture in the 'resbvterian church to-marrow evoning n Mohammedanism and Morocco. Mra. G. W. Grimes and children. Miss laud and Willie, aro visiting reiutivea a Tyler county. William Ferroll, of Catlettsburg, Ky., nwA nf (lia nnnilnntiarv ia rn ho city. Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Oldham and (am!y will return to-day irom Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. G. K Fuller will spend iunday in Mt Lake Park. Mr. C. D. Morrison lias returned from n eastern trip. Miss Ella Harris has gone to Cadiz to ijit. ' ' MiftTi.vs rntutv. tap, ami 9lUUap? In tlio Thriving city Acrou tho Itlvor. The now connection between the Etna-Standard minos was completed esterday, and the mines wore oxamaod'by Stato Inspector of Minos Willam Turner and found to be in splendid bape. A circulation of 16,000 cubic 3et of air per minute i> given, which lakes it one of tho best ventilated lines in the country. Tho school board has electod four new oaehers and chogon \V. ?. ,Thomai ns nembor of the board to fill the vacancy aused by the resignation of George taird, who moved to jEtuaville. Superntendent Stewart was elected a memior of the board of examiners to fill tbe lace of R. C. Swartz. Indina aJ (Iia TTnltorl PpaaKtrtar. AUU lauiBO W4 kuu i/u?wu A tvawj >v>an church gave a recaption at the lomeoitfae Misses Gray "last-evening a honor of lira. Stewart, returned miaionary from India aud Egypt, A very njovable evening was spent. The circns seems to have had a doooralizing effect on a great many peoile, who made it -the occasion to get Irunk and mako trouble generally. T. W. Shreve left for a flying business rip to Topeka, Kansas, and points in owa. J. T. Ryan and Howard Kirk, of Sr. Jlairsvlile, were in the city yesterday. Rov. H. N. Campbell, of Holliday's 3ore, is visiting friends in the city. Dr. A. R. Ong was in Smithfleld yeserday on busineas. You can bo permanently cured of the )pium or Whisky habit without lenvng your homo or business. Sr. B. M. .Voolley, Atlanta, Ga., a noted spocialst in theie diseases, will if requested, end a valuable book to any ono interittod. TAS lluoUlou's Arnlou Salvo. Tho best Balve in tho world for cuts, iruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^ all ?Wn amnfinna nti/1 nnil. ively cures piles, or no pay required. It ia guaranteed to give perfect eatiafac.ion or money refunded. Erice 25 cents i box. For aalo br Logan Drug Oq Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, .who live better than others.and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence ia due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly b?ne6cial properties of n perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevere ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidnevs, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists luoOc and $1 bottles, but It is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Oo. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and telng well informed, jr?u "IU bo* accept any substitute if offered. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS-GEO. B. TAYLOR jGEO. R. j ! TAYLOR.] I Autumn 1893. ' : | NEW FALL! i AND " I ! WINTER I y i | Pk C I ? LJI C^^UUUUO 4 ? SILKS AND SATINS t T l AND J r JHCKETS ! r. j Just Received and Now Open f < for Inspection. t T ? T _ , T j CHOICE JNOVJELTlJif! j SGEO.R. i I TAYLOR. 1 i I WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON COLLEGI NINETY-THIRD YEAR Opens Sept 13. Fully equipped for college work. ElocUvo cours Adapted to prepare for study of tbo learned professions. Laboratories for Chemtitry. Miaeraloi and Biology. New Observatory. Athletic Field and now Gymnasium with Medical Director. ? ponses very moderate. Alumni 8827. Address. THE PRESIDENT, Washington, Pt feLftWK BOOKS, ETC. WEST VIRGINIA STATE FAIR. BLANK HofHo.'FOR theorem" ^books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Baby Car- Uu/nTv.lL I'^"V^lll|)|l|p\ riages, Day Books, Journals,ledgers, " w" Cash and Trial Balance Books, Rec- p. ords and Dockets, Memorandum t X vnnul I inn .and Pnsi Bqoks, Flat opening Joar- fli, ffk A \r I |>l IIIIII nnls and Ledgers, made from West- /iNh UillllUll er(i linen papors, guaranteed firstclass binding and paper.- 0 -i I can give you some big bargains in | MBSfiLl E" | ^ /i BIiANK BOOKS! Wy ^ Ton tons Blank and Momora'n- \l ; dam Books in store. All tho boat 1 ?3 8 Inksand Jfucllflga made. Stool Pans Ieaacks 4 Co.'s celebrated Gluci- gSjjiiiMI. A nam Fens. John Holland's Gold <-JEak\f Fourftain Fens. KxcolsiorSleeping IXtSmJeaSkWpvy j-iSS^^TTl1 Conches for |>abio3; "Larepst stock % j SOLD RETAIL, AT WHOLESALE FBICES. gW&'i I ,' JOSEPH GRHVES, AGOODSHOW 13 Trotting, Pacing and Rnnnipg Racei W6 are always advising you to ^ Great Attrnetloa Obtained from the For advertise, and to keep on^advertis southernFonat,pioidand wina. a. Ing, but that does not cover the ondPM?i?0i(Uo<i!r ground entirely. Of course, you should make your advertising effec tiv&?if an electric light be avaiabie One Gfeat Balloon Ascensio you should not use a "tallow dip" to light the path to your store. and parachute jump What do we mean by that ? Simply that the more conspicuous the more artistic, the more attractive, aii Lady Aeronauts. the more original you make your ad- - STSS SXWTaSl iS?asa?s x&flsusp ?. =& "*** Study effects in bold pretty type BB"8peed entries eloMAurnst2& uvestoc ?J mot/ Ko crvnil^ h\r entijwcloteSeptemberL ?guuu Iiiauu *7 -r-;-- -J AaarensMreurriornsmiQm LU1.W0. ugly dressing. Seek to catch the M/,?? eye byadisplayof good taste in the GEO. HOOK, Secretary, style and arrangement of your an* a.,reymann, Protidenu jras-w nouncement . AboveaJI, Jet It be bold enough to cornice and tin roofing. be easHy read. Don't vex a reader ~ by vexing his or her eyes! = GALVANIZED IRON C0RNIC1 DENT13TRY. ?Ln? QDONTUNDEK.* Tin H.OOflHg I lostwftaius!7 p*ta ,8p?ju .Ujntlonjrirm to .u kjod. ot shks SnSS^roVor AixKiNw. ?&? bSi,4ln?? CABrPUI.LT EXECUTED. , subscribe for ^ TheWeekuyIntelwgencer B. F. CA'bD WELL $1 oo-per year. iwandwhhaaksrstbkse ? EDUCATIONAL. " LINSLY INSTITUTE, WHEELING. W. VA. A School for the Thorough Teaching qf Boy* aad Young Men. ?????? Military, English and Classical Course*. Alio Modern Language#. Military Department ia $ Charge of an officer ol the United States Mary. FALL-TERM BEGINS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1898. BOARD OK TRUSTEES: hon, a. w. Campbell.. .President. JOHN L. DICKEY. M. D ?Secretary JOHN J/JOKES. ESQ, .^Treasurer Wm. R Simpson. Esq. R* C. Dakell, Esq. Hon. H. E. WbltaJccr. J. S. Nsylor, Eiq., Boo. W. H. Cooke, D. D. Augustus Polltok. Esq. A. J. Clarke. Em. Hon. J. R Sommerrille. Boil Wm. P. Hubbard. Rev. Jacob Brit ting ham. /' Hoary U. Ruswll, Esq. Wm. F. StUel, Esq. ' 1 For further particular* call on or addroa any member of tho Board of Trustees or JOHN M. BIBCH, Ph.D. ran PEiyoxpAL. Mrs. M. Stevens Hart's School for Young Ladies and Children, ' 1310 and 1318 Market St., Wheeling, W.Va. The Inland cars and olectrio motors pan the door. Third annual sesalou begins SEPTEMBER - i 1G. 1893, continues thirty-nine weeks, divided ! into four terms. This school offers a complete and thorough education in Practical English, Mathortatlcs. English Classics, Latin and Mod* orn Languages. The school consists of Primary, Grammar, Academic aud College Preparatory departments. The methods and conrso of Instruction will com pare favorably with tho best seminaries in tho country. Boys are received Jn the Primary aadflrst year Grammar. For circulars or interview, apply to MliS* H. STETE58 HABT, Principal, Residence No. 727 Main St. TO YOONG LADIES T AND GENTLEMEN, Of Wheeling and Vlolnlty I BETHANYCOLLEGE i '.'i BETHANY, Brooko County, W. Va., furnishes great advantages in her regular courses, Classical, Scientific, Literary, Ministerial and Moalcai, and also In her special courses in Art and Engineering. Climate healthfuL Scenery beautiful. Excellent Y. M. and Y. W. C. Asso- 8j clations. A perfect homo for both sexes. Broad . V] religious atmospnere lor all denominations. OPENS SEPTEMBER 18. For caUlogue or farther information, addm PRES. H. McDIARMlD* tan Bernjmr.AV. Vjl VEST VIRGINIA DH1VERS1TY, * The Chief Educational Institution of the State. _?8ixleen Professors and Teachers. A Preparetory Department, a Classical Course, a Scientific "4 Course, an Agricultural Counio, Coanos in C'Ifil and Mining Engineering, and Mecbanloal Engineering, a Military Department a Law Department and a Gymnasium. Each Scientific . V Department is splendidly equipped with apparatus and machinery. The Collegiate Do> = partments open to both sexes. Tuition free to thX Preparatory Department and free In this *r doplrtment for students to tho number of one for every 500 populstlon. Eight State Cadets ar? * cs appointed b^lhe Regents from each Senatorial '.> District who are furnished with books and . stationery free. Tho average total expenses per 1. year are from $140 to 9200, cxclusivo of clothing' - a mm and travel. School opens September 1& Send - forcataloguoto. . . y>\ DB. P. B. REYNOLDS, Vlee-Pres., ?| ? aul2? Morgan town, W. Va. WHY DON'T YOU ATTEND j WhAAlind Rminm f.nllfttffi UUVVUUQ JVIS W1UVHU VVtAVQWJ fWHEELING, W. VA., AND uunw V, BOOKKBBPINO, ARITHMETIC, SUORTIUJD. SPKLLUltf, tipjjwuiting, PBionciL wbithg, Etc., Etc. : ^ou will boa mlstrablo failure in budnen ' withouta thorough knowledge of tho*) branches. . 's| <W1 at office or wrllo for oar beautiful cata- 09 loguo tree. aag) J* MEDICAL EDUCATION Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery, 43d year, Graded Course. Laboratories, Clinics, Hoj^ltals. Reasonable Terms. Begins Sept. 26. Address, Chas. A. L. Reed, M.D., Dean, T. V. Fitzpatrlck, M.D., Sec'y. ?al8-Mw?r -j. wmsnr or i6inu 1 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. , Session begins 10th Sept. AcademicalEngineering. w > J ' Law, Medical Department*. For Catalogues, address Will. M. THORNTON, LL. !>., Chalrmaa. ^ ] jyas-TTh4a ^ ' A Pamphlet, " How and Where Shall I Educate My Son," that ra?r be of Inestimable valoe to too in J yoor boy, will be mailed frte on application. //Address, The Riokmtb, Gambier, Ohio. anU-mr.f n LAW SCHOOL * WASHINGT0NA2H>I?1CE UNIVERSITY* ? Lexington, Viboxwia. < Opens Sept. 14. For catalogue addreaa 0 JOHN RANDOLPH TUCKER, Data * I. jyU*tthA> : \\\M DENISON UNIVERSITY. Umavilla. Ohio, Bmtlfil iM IwliMU U*?Cei Urp tat 1. H* r?cH>t I1<?li, CTilul. HHW.fnMnaw, ' ixs&'ssz2r,3^z& irzjsz , mwm p. b. ptmurroy. tu p.. mtum. '?! . asd Mute, Mnrt* Pbyvics) DrnteoMt Md Oiltw*. Stew* . * tit*, s kiatow B*v 1*1W1b*?. *1Ui ?apl?tt ippotatafrta, NnturudiM. kxpkxbis Low. rarwuMfaMkiim Mm. ROM D. rnUSE*. A. M.. Martial. ?. ssnasft- ' = ran t?tm ?f i4R^sSfc . 18 .? jtrlft-rrtuw ? - TXTILLIAJI8P0RT Jfi dl&NSON , V? 6KUINARY. WlllUmiport^a. Both f Nict RmuIiu end E lectin) coarse*. Uti la t > >, J College. Mafic. Art. Modem Lenfaafee. special* - ' tin Steam tmi, electric light Utalaftu aW Opm Sept. < E/J. GRAY, p. P., President p PICTURES A ART MATERIALS. T Oldest Art Store in the state. ? Pictures, Prime*. Looking Olaws. Artists' ) Materials. Architects'and Surreyon' Huppll-.*. Artlstio'Frames to order. . ij _ Lost experience. Mat materials. expert labor. E. L. 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