To Mil aad le?M th?
lew Wheeler & Wite
On tbe most liberal terms. Wagon and?ut
WM. SUMNER ACQ,
S"> Mouroe stre?t, Wheeling, W.
ng, W. ^a.
For Sale. .
i OT NO. 33 WITH TWO GOODjptAME
I j Dwellings thereon, shunted fen th?
Southwest corner of Filmore aud pu lsion
streets, in the Sixth ward, of Ujecltyofj
Whri ling, will Ik- sold in whole of divided
to suit purchasers by
L. O. HUSHES,
Real Estate Agent, Otticeon Choline, oe
1 ween First and second atwta. ? sepll
Kitcliietowu Lots far Sale
I AU DI RECTED TOSELL CffiAP LOTS
I. 6, 6, 7, !?, 13, 14, 15 ami lt> la Square 20,
Kitchietown, now eighth Wgrd. These
lots are on high ijrouml, in part of what is
kmnvn as the Calhoun Garuaf
K]>l Real tftate Agent.
VOTICE IS HEREBY 31VEN THAT
the Household Furnbpre and other
|K-rsonal property of Jjfteph Caldwell,
dwast'J, (including lar?* Mirrors, Ward
ro'H'S Rocitlng Chairs, Vash Stands, Car
pets, BcdsLa.ts aud lending, Bureaus,
* hairs, Silver, Glass aid China ware, in
great variety. Also, a .111110, Marble Top
Centre Table, What-Noc, Hat Rack, Car
riage, Buggy and Harness Cow, &e?) will be
sold at auction at his la t? residence, on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1871.
Terms of Sale? All suia^ of?S, and under, I
cash; over ?i? a note at sixty days, with ap
proval security, with merest from day ot
sale. S. BRADY, 1
J. L. HOBBS,
I ?KTER 7.ISN HA* REMOVED HIS
I Confectionery to tile Jesse Miller Store,
? xt diH>r to Addler's, where he will be
pleased toseeall ins friends. sepl-,:'h
Kuihlin^ Lot For Lease.
? P H E I. U T II E It A N CHURCH LOT,
i Corner Fourth and John streets, will be
Uvised on ground reut, to responsible par
tus, tor iiiikuufacturiag, dwelling or mer
cantile purpose* Apply to UEuRGE W.
SfuXER, UEO. T. ZiMMER, or HfcNRY
s. KNAPP, Trustees of the English Luth
eran Chuich. t>ep? 1
MEALED PROPOSALS FOR STONE !
il Work, Books and Stationery and Coid
tor School Houses.
Board of Education, )
Clerk's Otticv. Septe i.ber 12, 1?71. )
Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned. until 2 o'clock, on Thursday,
September 21, Wl, f.>r building a Stouu
Fouiinatioii Wail, and torabout two Huud
re i aim Fifty feet ot Dressed stone or Cop
ing lineal measure) tor the proposed Iron
Kalinin Feuce at Union Township School j
H''ii-e. A No, tor furnishing tin- B.ahi with
BuuksaRdSM iom ry for Uie ensuing year,
and tor supplying the School Houses in tbe
school District with the best quality of Coal :
until May 1, 1872.
l*cM'i lptiou of the stone Work, and a list
ol the Test Books and Stationery to be fur
nished, can be seen by calling at thisotllce.
sepl2s J. M. BKtCEL, Clerk.
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER,
.1 fresh, every morning, from the Island
\ ineyard, to any part ot the city, the choic
est i 'JNCOHD GRAPES to be lound in the |
market. Orders l?jtt on tile slate at P. E.
Xinn'sCoufeciiotiery, Bridge comer, will re
ceive prompt attention.
iiug-jj-eb WM. HILLMAN.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
tbe undersigned has been appointed
Receiver, under a decree of the Circuit
Court of Ohio county, West Virginia, made
an I entered in a cause in Chancery in said
Court |>ciuliug, In which S. M. Hurrah is j
c xnplainant and W. W. Miller, W.J. Bates,
Jr.. an l i'liomas Moorehead are defendants,
t >: 1 the 2-U day of July, 1*71, ot all the prop
erty, goods, effects and debts due the late
tirm of W. W. Miller & Co. All persons
knowing themselves Indebted to said late
nrm will please call u|w?n tiie uuderslgued
ail I in tke settlement without delay.
1 otter at private sal" at t lie Machine Shop
on Market street, lat- ly occupied by said
l it - tlrm,one (1) large Planer, one (1) 20 feet
Lithe, one (1) 12 teet Lathe, one (1)0 feet
Laiiie, two .21 Drill Presses, two t2) Screw
Cutt-rs, Line of Shafting and Pullies, and
all tiieir other Machinery and Fixtures
ible tor a Urst-ciasa Machine shop.
The undersigned may be found during
business hours at the ottice on Market j
str?-. t. corner of South.
augl I II. B. MILLER, Receiver.
'TAJVIJLY FAVORITE. 99
CELEBRATED FOR ITS
1>U it ABILITY,
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
No. ?23 Main St.
|*OR LIVER COMPLAINTS, USE Mc- 1
I latin's 1
Vegetable Cathartic Pills.
SICILY LEAlOiN SUGAR
I t In Hand j,
II is Economical,
It ltt Wood.
A pound can n.akes thirty tumblers of
'I lie Lemon <? roves of Sicily.
Sicily is noted for Its Innumerable groves
of Lemon Trees, and the Lemons of Sicily j
are the diiest in the world. These vast
numbers of Leinon Trees are always in
liloom in January as well as In June, and
the sweet fragrance of the Lemon Tree
I'lossoms refreshes the weary mariner
leagues away from the land. From these
Delicious Flavored Lemons is madeOantz's
Sicily l/einon Sugar, which Is for sale
wholesale and retail by
R. J. SMYTH, Agent.
Corner Market and Ouincy, and Main
street. Wheeling, W. V a. Jun7
C. WELTY & BRO.,
Distillers and Importers
AND DEALERS IK
Foreign and Domestic Wines
LIQUOB AND BEANDY,
WIum, Cordials and Whiskeys,
So. 126 HAIJV STREET,
dec!8 WHEELING. W. VA.
Terms, by Mail, in Advance
One year $8.00 1 Three months 12.00
Six mouths. 4.00 1 One mouth .75
Published every Tuesday, Thursday aud
One copy, 1 yr...H.OO I One copy, 6 moa..j2.0i.
One copy, 1 yr.-S2.00 1 Five copies, 1 yr?f 9.00
One copy, 6 mus LOO | Ten oopfes, 1 y r.. 18.01
The corner-stone of a new Lutheran
church was laid in Grafton last Sunday
with appropriate ceremonies.
The negroes of Fairmont, Grafton,
Clarksburg, Morgantown and other
towns in their vicinity are to celebrate
the 22d of September, Emancipation
Day, at Fairmont. Willey, Pierpoint
and others are to speak.
A vote is to be taken at the several
voting places in Grant county, on the
fourth Thursday in October next, on
the questiou of subscribing $100, W0 to
the capital stock ot the Washington and
Ohio Railroad Company,
House Burned.? The residence of
Mr. Edward M. Carnifix, situated on
Greenbrier river, near Col. Clay's ill i 1 ' t
with its contents, was consumed by
tire on Saturday night last, between the
hours ot eleven and twelve o'clock.
The burning of the property is supposed
to have been the work of an incendiary,
though no clue has as yet been ob
tained. ? Greenbrier Border Journal. 1
Mrs. IIalmon SiJiSKL, Of Pruntytown(
was stung on the arm by a small bee
about a week ago, from the effects of
which she soon felt a peculiar pain,
when it began to be much worse, and
in a short time she was blind und was
thrown into violent fits Jand spasms,
which lasted nearly the whole night,
and it required the combined strength
ot three or four men to hold her in the
bed. She is now Utter, and is getting
wel). ? Grafton Sentinel.
Lost an Arm.? On last Saturday, Mr.
.Jos. Allen, an employee on the Balti
more and Ohio railroad, while near I
Clarksburg, had the misfortune to lose
ar, arm. It was caught between the
bumper castings, while he was in the
act of making a coupling, and crushed
so badly as to require amputation. Dr.
J. W. Ramsey, of Clarksburg, per
formed the operation, and the limb was
amputated just above the elbow. W e
are informed that he stood the opera
tion with remarkable fortitude, and that
he bears his severe loss with great pa
tience. ? Grafton Journal.
Sentenced. ? On the 9th day of Au
gust, 1370, over a year ago, Jehu and
Amos Raber and James Youst were
concerned in the robbing of the store of
Geo. W. Swisher, at McCurdysville, in
this county. They were arrested and
confined in jail, but were subsequently
released on bail at two different times,
their trial having been postponed. Thev
were at last brought to trial on Wednes
dav last, the 0th inst., and were found
guilty and sentenced to ten years im
prisonment each. The sentence was
richly deserved, as they had been the
terror of the vicinity in which they
lived, and all breathe freer now that
tfiey are put out of the way of doing
more mischief.? Morgantown Constitu
Severe Accident.? Mr. John Bolen
a brakeman on the Parkersburg divis
ion of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
on Saturday last attempted to examine
a hot journal while the trail, was run.
ning. He suspended his body from the
car in order to sec what condition the
journal was in, the train at the time
running at the rate of about fifteen
miles per hour, when he got his head
out of bounds, and in passing the up
right lever of a switchball, his head
etruck the lever, which came near rais
in.' the scalp. He was thrown from
the train, violently, and received other
severe injuries, and when picked up was
in an insensible condition lie was
cared lor by his fellow employees, and
his wounds dressed by Dr. Campbell, ol
Parkersburg. He is now
rapidlv, we are informed. This shouli
prove a warning to many of our rail
road men, as leaning from a car must
he a riskv business while in motion.
The friends of Mr, Boler live in
Waynesburg. Pennsylvania.? Grafton
The trial of George W. Smith, for the
murder of John Jenkins last February,
commenced on Monday last. A jury
was empanneled and the case opened
on that day, and on Tuesday the exam
iuation of witnesses commenced. A
great deal of interest is felt in the trial,
and the court room contained a goodly
number of eager spectators. The ; wife
of the prisoner appears daily in Court,
accompanied by her two interesting
children, and considerable sympah) *
manifested in her behalf. ? e will, as
Zn as possible, give fuller particulars
0fAtetheapresent writing (Wednesday
morning) the testimony against Smith
looks very bad, and the probability is
that a verdict of murder in the first de
be brought in. The
for the prosecution have all been exam
ined and what little rebutting testi
mony the defense may offer we fear wiH
have very little weight with the juiy.
A Danukrocs Bt.ow. ? On Tuesday
morning last, between nine and ten
o'clock, Jacob Stine, youngest son of
D. II. Stine, aged about thirteen or
fourteen years, had some words with a
colored boy, somewhat younger than
himself. The colored boy called Jake
some hard names, or something of that
kind, when Jake picked up a stone or a
brick, we don't know which, and threw
it with all his force, striking the colored
boy on the side of the head, fracturing
his skull. Strange to say, the blow
only staggered the boy and did not im
mediately knock him down. He had
to be carried, however, to the residence
of Prof. Solomon, who has raised him
from a mere child, where he was at
tended by Dr. Brock. He now lies in
a critical condition, and doubts are en
tertained of his recovery, the brain
being exposed and protruding. He is
at present, to all appearanses, in a
comatose state. A warrant was at
once issued and placed in the hands of
Constable Rider for the arrest of young
Stine, but he was nowhere to be found.
? Morganlwn Constitution.
From the New York flbUetla.]
It is interesting to observe with what
wonderful rapidity any practical and
novel idea is grasped by the American
mind, and how quickly any movement
based upon such an idea tends toward
generalization or reduces itself to a sys
tem, according to circumstances. It is
is not yet two years since the idea of
narrow gauge railroads was first sug
gested in this couutry, and, so far as we
know, not a single road of this descrip
tion is yet in operation throughout the
United'Stutes; but already we see in
projects and unfinished experiments out
lines of a great system of narrow gauge
roads, embracing the whole continent
and preparing to engage in competi
tion with established roads, or
to supplement them by bringing
forward the products of farm, forest
and mine to the main lines of transpor
tation. Almost daily we hear of new
enterprises of this description projected
by practical men in new and partially
developed localities, or in sections in
which the high rates and discriminating
tariffs of existing roads have necessitated
the establishment of cheaper transpor
tation facilities; and it is not unreason
able to expect that within a few years,
the continent will be intersected in a
directions by narrow guage roads, which
shall be as veins to the main arteries ot
commerce? carrying merchandise to
remote and otherwise macCessible sec
tions, and gathering the product of the
field and workshop in sections far from
the busy centres of the world s activities
and industries. . , . . .
To those w ho have given the subject
careful investigation, it is obvious that
the plan of narrow gauge roads pos
sesses many features which commend it
to the favorable notice of practical en
gineers. A3 compared with roads of
the standard or, comparatively speaking,
broad gauge, it is demonstrated that a
narrow gauge railway, can perform a
given amount of freight and passenger
transportation with great economy. An
estimate of the original cost of con
struction shows that the average cost of
standard gauge railways is $-j,000 per
mile while that of the narrow gauge
does' not exceed $16,000. This is an
impoi tant consideration, but it is not
in first cost alone that the narrow gauge
has the advantage. The reduction of
the <?auge has been found to reduce the
disproportion between non-paying and
paying weight hauled in a proportionate
ratio, while the saving of fuel, the econ
omy of working expenses, and the di
minished wear and tear of road bed
rails and rolling stock, result in a mos
important economy to both earners and
shippers of freights.
The Maryland Republican*.
The Maryland State Republican Con
vention, held last Tuesday, nominated
Hon. Jacob Tome for Governor, Hon.
John T. Ettsor for Attorney General,
and Lawrence J. Bringle, Esq., for
Comptroller. They made another nom
ination?that of General Grant for a
second ^Presidential term? but refused
to endorse his San Domingo policy.
The resolution on this subject was of
fered not by the Committee on Resolu
tions, but bv Mr. Fulton, of the Balti
more American. 1 1 was as follows :
llcso'ccd, That President Grant bav
in-' referred to Congress and the people
the question of the annexation of S?nt0
Domingo, we, the Republicans of Mary
land, in Convention assembled, heartily
respond to the earnest hope that this
most beautiful and prolific of all the
islands of the Carribbean Sea may, at
the earliest practicable moment, be an
nexed to the American Union, and the
shield of our protection be thrown over
its brave and gallant but oppressed
people, who are praying unceasingly
that our hearts may not be hardened
against them by the gross misrepre
sentations of their enemies.
The vote being taken the resolution
was tabled, by 5S ayes to 46 noes. So
they take Grant but reject his pet
It is with deep and universal regret
that we announce the death of our es
teemed fellow citizen, Dr. Livingstone.
This melancholy event has come upon
the country like a thunderbolt out of a
clear sky. Had the doctor borne a
charmed life his death could not have
provoked greater astonishment and vex
ation. Up to yesterday noon, the vil
lage physician at Ijiji was perfectly
confident that he would recover, though
the pestilential climate of Soudan had
considerably worried him, and had
proven fatal to his faithful and attached
hippopotamus. At about one o'clock,
however, he began to fail rapidly, and
by five there was nothing left of him at
Ijiji, thuugh he waa still prevalent
in several regions to the southward, and
the vicinity of Gebel el-Cumri was per
vaded by him iu considerable quantity.
But by seven, advices came irom Da
homey that he was dead in that section,
by eight he was dead all along the up
per Nile, by nine he had faded and gone
from Beled-el Jered, and before daylight
this morning the returns were that Dr.
Livingstone, the great African explorer,
was no more forever! The obsequies
will take place at Boorioboola-Uha as
soon as all the remains can be concen
trated at that point. In its deep afflic
tion science has our most heartfelt sym
pathy, and we cheerfully condole with
everybody. ? California News Letter. ~
A I'nilrd Ntnlni Mall Boat Pmin
Thrnngb "Dutch dap" Canal.
The United States mail steamer John
Sylvester passed through the "Dutch
Gap" canal on her trip from Richmond
here yesterday. This is the first
United States mail boat that ever passed
through the canal. The abortive at
tempt of Butler to get in the rear of the
Confederate batteries is thus turned to
good account, The distance from Nor*
folk to Richmond is shortened about
seven miles by the canal. L homme pro
pose et Died dispose. ? Norfolk Journal,
A Mistake Corrected.
Josh Billings discovered that the
saying, "Man wants but little here
below, nor wants that little long," is a
libel. Man wants everything he can
see, hear ov, and is never willing to let
go ov his grab. Whenever yu find a
man who is thoroughly satisfied with
what he has got, yu will find either an
idiot, or one who has triad hard to get
some more and couldn't do it* The
older a man grows the more wantful be
becomes. Aa bis bold ou life slackens,
hiz pinch on a dollar grows grippy.
Hardt county, W. Va., voted by a
majority a subscription of $150,000 to
the projected Washington and Ohio
railroad, but three-fifths being necessary,
I it failed. The vote lacked but seven of
I the requisite three-fifths.
FINANCE AND TRADE. 2
New York Honey Market.
New York, September 16, 5 p. m.
MONET ? The money market was
easier to the close at 203 per cent, on
The events of the week in Wall street
were the decline in the stock market
and all the strength of the gold pre
miums, with attendant high leading
FOREIGN EXCHANGE? Dull and
nominal at 100 for prime bankers' 60
GOLD ? The gold market closed up
firm at 1140114J.
GOVERNMENT BONDS-The mar
ket was firm to the close of the day;
United States currency 6s at [email protected]
Baltimore, September 16.
FLOUR ? Steadv; western family at
$7 2608 00.
GRAIN ? Wheat dull and supply
liglit; atnber at $1 6301 67; mixed red
at $1 50; Pennsylvania at $1 5501 C2.
Corn, white southern dull at 76080c;
mixed western active at 72073c. Oais
steady at [email protected]
WHISKY? Firm at 92} 093c.
< liiclniiHil Market.
Cincinnati, September 16.
BUTTER ? Steady and unchanged;
prime to choice Central Ohio and In
diana at 18020c; Western Reserve at
COTTON ? Firm; middlings at 1910
20c; low middlings at 18j0l9c; good
ordinary at 17Jc;
EGGS ? Advanced to 18c.
FLOUR ? Strong, with an improved
demand; low grades at $3 5004 2 3; su
perfine at 14 7505 00; extra at $5 600
5 75; family at $6 20(f) 7 00.
GRAIN ? Wheat firm, with an up
ward tendency; No. 1 at $1 26, and No.
2 at $1 2201 23; nothing doing in
white. Corn firm; sound mixed ear at
53c; mixed shelled at 56c. Oats un
changed; mixed at 35037c for fair to
prime, and 38041c for white. Rye
steady; No. 1 at 70c; No 2 at 6Sc. Bar
ley firm for best grades; prime fall at
$1 00; No. 2 at 90c.
HAY ? In good demand for best
grades ; No. 1 timothy at $1 9 00020 00 ;
low grades at $15 00018 00.
LINSEED OIL ? Firm and advanced
to 80c for western.
PROVISIONS ? Steady; mess pork
inactive; city brands at $12 50, and
country do. at $12 00012 25. Bulk
meats firm but steady; sales of clear
rib at 6]c, and shoulders at 6c. Bacon
in good demand ; clear rib at 7ic, clear
sides at 7Jc, and clear at 7Jc. Sugar
cured hams firm at 15i]01f>c. Lard
steady; city rendered, kettle leaf, at 9c
for new steam.
SUGAR ? At 13}013ic; hards at
TOBACCO ? Quiet at $7 00029 00
for'trash, lugs and leaf.
WHISKY ? Steady at 90c.
Kpw York Nnrhcl.
New York, September 10.
FLOUR ? Dull and heavy at $?"> 60
05 (J0 for 8ii per fine State; $t> 300
0 40 lor extra State; $6 4506 55
for common State; $5 GO05 V0 for
superfine western; JO 2006 45 for
common to medium extra western;
$0 5007 00 for choice ilo; ?7 5007 75
for ^ood to choice white wheat extra;
ffi 30? 6 70 for common to good slii|>
ping brands extra round hoop Ohio;
$6 [email protected] 35 for trade brands; $6 300
6 00 lor common to (air extra St. Louis
and ?5 900 (J 00 for good to choice do;
market closing quiet. Southern flour
quiet and unchanged at 3507 00
for common to fair extra; $7 1009 00
for good to choice do. Hye Hour lirmer
at $4 2505 20. Corn meal quiet.
GRAIN ? Wheat dull and Ac lower;
sales of 45,000 huskels nt $1 0001 03
for No. 2 spring; $1 4*01 52 for winter
red western and $1 550 1 57 for amber
Michigan. Rye active and firmer;
western nt 90c. Barley quiet. Barley
malt dull. Corn quiet; shelled at 72c
for western mixed. Oats dull and lower
at 50054c for western and Ohio
PROVISIONS -Pork quiet and steady
at $13 40013 50 for mess; $100001025
for prime do, and $10 00010 75 tor new
prime do. Reel held at $100001 1 00
lor prime mess and $1 1 00014 (it) for ex
tra do. Beef bams dull at $18 000
2<S 00. Tierce beef is nominal at
$10 00018 OOfor prime mess and $12 (Ml
022 00 tor India mess. Cut meats are
steady at 10012c for hams, and tiJ0
7}c (or shoulders; middles firm; long
clear held at Sc. Lard is quiet at 90
9Jc tor steam and Ujc for kettle ren
BUTTER? Dull at 10020c for west
ern; 15028c for State.
ClIEEsE ? Finn at 801 Uc for com
mon to prime.
COT TON ? Opens quiet and steady at
20 Jc for low middlings, and 21c for
PETROLEUM ? Is quiet and un
changed at 1 4c for crude, and 24Jc for
TALLOW ? Quiet at 8J09Jc; stea
rine nominal at 809jc.
WHISKY ? Quiet at O2|093c.
NOS. 1 AND 2? WARRANTED PEK
fectly pure. Tlie No. 2 Is a good ma
chinery and wool oil.
For sale low by
fet2 22 Main nlr<*et.
A full assortment of the above celebrated
CaU soon and wlrct.
Lubin's, Condray's. Atkinson's Pha
lon's and Bazin's Extracts,
Finney's Drug Store,
Two doors below the McLure House.
onn bags prime to choice.
OUU SO Bags old Yellow Rio.
For Kale by
_seplj HENRY K. LIST A CO.
Timothy and Clover Seed.
i AA BUSH. PRIME TIMOTHY.
tcUU 50 bnsh. choice Clover.
For sale by
sepH HENRY K. LIST A CO.
rpHE CELEBRATED KING BRAND OF
For sale by the Can or Half-Can at
QREER A PAULL'H,
sepl3 N*. ? Washington Bail.
Bl, TINGLE S CO,
AND PROVISION DEALERS
58 MAIN STREET, WEKLING.
HHDS. STRICTLY PRIME P. R.
jW 15 hhds Good P. By for sale by
sepl2 MAXWELL, TINGLE A OO.
rj.T HLF. CHESTS G. P. TEAS.
40 >5 l,lf- Cheato Oolong Teas.
5 hi/. Chests Young Hyson Teas, In store
sepi2 MAXWELL. TlNQLE A CO
Sew Orleans Molasses.
?A BBLS. STRICTLY PRIME.
For sale very low.
sep!2 MAXWELL, TINQLE A CO.
BBLS. "LOAF SUGAR" DRIPS.
*?) 15 bbls. "White Sugar" Drips.
15 bbls. "Honey" Drips. For sale by
8epl2 MAXWELL. TINGLE A CO.
BBLS. t RUSHED POWDERED AND I
, v, Grandulaled.
SO bbls. ??As,-' "Bs," '-Ex. Os" and "0>."
25 " Yellow Sugar, for sale by
seplt MAXWELL. TINGLE ? OO
BAGS, GOOD TO PRIME COFFEE
. . . ? 50 bags Choice Coffee, for sale by
sep2 MAXWELL. TINGLE ACQ.
,-A TIERCES CHOICE WINTER LARD.
?)U For sale by
sepl2 MAXWELL, TINGLE A CO.
Mackerel in halves and kits.
Luke Herring in Halve*.
White HUh in Halves.
I.ab. Herring in bbls. For sale
seplit MAXWELL, TINGLE A OO.
r(\ BBLS. CARBON OIL.
0(1 20 bbls Extra No. 1 Winter Lard Oil.
For s*le by
sepl2 MAXWELL, TINGLE A CO.
Sugar Cured Hams,
For sale by
_sepl2 M A X W EL L, TINGLE A CO.
1 nn BBLS. "CREAM OF WHEELING,"
1UU Wliite Wheat Fancy.
200 bbls. "Virginia Mills, Family.
2io bbls. "Legal Tender," Family.
For sale by
sepl2 MAXWELL, TINGLE A CO.
CADDIES ? M. T. A CCS" MAHOG
UU any Navy 3s.
40 Caddies "Arrah-Na-Pogne" Navy 3s.
?Ill Caddies "Gamble's" Bright Navy 3s
10 Bxs. "M.T. A Co's" Mahogany Navy lbs I
3i Caddies Rouell's black 10s.
40 Caddies "Luscious Chew" Twist Hh.
21 Boxes "Yellow Jessamine" Twist 3s.
10 Boxes "Crescent" Twist 3s.
20 Boxes "M. T. A Co's'. Bright lbs.
20 Ca-ses "F. G." Smoking '4s, %s and lbs,
For sale cheap.
sep 12 maxwell, tingle a t?).
English soda, sal-soda, pepper,
Alspice, Cloves, Cinnamon, Essences
ol all kinds, Nutmegs, Indigo, Madder, Ex
tract of Logwood. Alum, Copperas, Blue
Vitriol, Buckets, Tubs, Wash boards. Soaps
of all kinds, Candles, Moulds and Star;
Nails, all fixe*; Window Glass, Matches,
Stogie Cigars, Tins, Snuff, Blacking, Cotton
Ratting, Cotton 1 wine, Paper Twine, Candle
Wicking, Wrapping Paper, all sizes.
In store and for sale at lowest market price.
We respectfully solicit orders from thel
trade which will have our prompt atten
Sep 12 MAXWELL, TINGLE A CO.
SI NAI.\ .STREET,
Have iu store and are ust receiving
70 Hhds P. R. Sugar,
300 Bbls. Refined Sugar,
50 Bb!s. White Honey Syrup.
25 Bbls. Extra Syrup.
150 Bbls, N. 0. Molasses,
240 Bags Coffe
20 Bags Rangoon Rice,
20 Bags Patna Rice.
10 Tierces Carolina Rice,
50 Tierces Davis' Sugar Cured
10 Tierces Davis' Sugar Cured
220 Packages Mackerel, 1871,
Whlcli we offer to the Trade at the I/)W
KST MAHKKT HATES. Jyl2
And- Dealer In
liacou. Lard, Floor, Oils,
tiliwH and Nails,
IOREIU.N AND DOMESTIC
WINES & LIQUORS,
PATENT SAFETY FUSE, *?., *?.,
M and 57 Main Ntreet,
WHEELING, W. VA
HK KEEPS ON HAND, IN STORE AND
Smoke House :
Sugar Cured and Plain Hams,
Clear Side* and Shoulders,
Suenr Cured Dried Beer.
All or the best quality and will be sold at
owest market rates.
O CASES CHOICE VIRGINIA BLACKS,
O Nary, and 10s.
2 Cases Bright Navy.
10 Butts Light Pressed 9-inch,
lu " Bright Twist.
Fine Cut Chewing.
Fine Cut Smoking.
Just received and for sale by
nep4 __ HENRY K. LIST i CO.
Superior Chewing Tobacco.
E ARE RECEIVING THE FOLLOW
ing Celebrated Brands :
Pounds, half, butts and caddies. For sale
jy.7 HENRY K. LIST A 00.
DOZ. NOa 1. 2 AND 3 TUB
Id) " Painted Buckets,
75" Washboards, ?.
Just received and for sale by
aoglT M. RE1LLY.
1 AA BBLS. BALTIC WHITE WHEAT.
1UU 2no bbls. Silver Spray White Wheat
800 " H- K. List A Co.'s Choice
For sale low.
sept HENRY K. LIST * ?9.
HARPER & BRO.
ARE NOW IN RECEIPT
Wall Paper !
? Wall Paper, %
H Wall Paper, S
? Wall Paper, 3
THE FULLEST ASSOBTMENT
To ha Found in the City,
Paull Bros. & Co's,
No. 90 Market Street.
DRUCS AND MEDICINES.
I UST RECEIVED,
250 Boxes Window Glxss.
5 Bbls. Castor Oil.
2a Boxes .?Starch.
25 " Corn Starch.
UO Doz. Vinegar Bitters.
25 " Hosteller's Bitters.
'U " Lindsey's B. .Searcher.
120 " Seller .s l'lli*.
00 " " Cough Syrup.
SMITHS. SINCLAIR Jt CO.,
api~25 Wholesale Druggists.
J UST RECEIVED,
10 Gro? Frey's Vermifuge.
100 Boxes "New Home" Soap.
10 " Castile Soap.
25 Gross 1'oilel Soap, assorted.
25 Mats Clnuauioii.
a Bags Uraiu Pepper.
5 ?* *? Allspice.
S MM' US, SI N( LA IRA CI
apr25 Wholesale Drnt^jKts.
5500 Lbs. White Lead
250 " Burnt Umber, In oil.
250 " Chrome Green. "
210 " ?* YeBow "
250 " Black Faint, "
250 " Rochello Ocure, "
500 " White Lead, " 1 lh. cans.
100 " Prussian Blue " a^M calif.
SMITHS, SINCLAIR A CO.,
apr25 Wholesale Druggists.
10 Bbls. ass'd Lumpblack.
10 " Whiting,
20 " Mineral Paint, ass'd colors,
25 Boxes Chrome Green, dry.
25 " ?* Yellow, ??
25 " Vermillion, "
25 Lb*. Trieste " "
25 Bbls. Linseed Oil,
f " Varnish.
SMITHS. SINCLAIR A CO.,
apr25 Wholesale Druggists.
1 AA KEGS Bi ( ARB. SODA, ENGLISH,
lUU 100 Mats Cinnamon,
20 Bags Pepper, Silted,
5 Bags AllspIcc,
At LAUGHLIN HKOTHKRS A CO.,
BOXES PEARL STARCH,
4)0 '2b Boxen Corn Starch,
25 " Sea Moan Purine,
10 M Inker's Coco and Chocolate,
At LAUGHLIN BROTH ERS A CO.,
apr6 Wholesale Druggists.
orr BOXES CASTILE SOAP, Marseille*,
/CO 20 " Old Palm Soap,
SO " Colgate's C. C. C. Soaps,
100 u Old Home Family Soap,
At LAUGHLIN BROTHERS A UO?
BOXES COLGATE'S GLYCERINE
50 Boxes Colgate's Honey Soaps,
50 M Colgate's Fruit Soaps.
10 " Colgate's White Bar Toilet
At LAUGHLIN BROTHERS A CO.,
QAA POUNDS GUM CAMPHOR,
OUU 500 " Canary Seed, clean Sicily,
5 W " Hemp Seed,
250 M Caraway and Anise Seed,
At LAUGHLLN BROTHERS A CO.,
DOZEN OLD HOME BITTERS,
50 " Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
2't " Plantation Bitters,
25 " Htsiflaud's Germau Bitters,
At LAUGHLIN BROTHERS A CO.,
DOZEN NERVE AND BONE LIN
60 Dosen Mexican Mustang Liniment,
00 *? Davis' Pain Killer,
AO ?* Baker's Pain Panacea,
At LAUGHUN BROTHERS A CO.,
DOZ. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF,
100 Doxen Gargling Oil, Merchauts',
00 " Little's White Oil,
00 J* Barren's Indian Liniment,
At LAUGHLIN BROTHERS A CO.,
GROSS TODD'S LIVER PILLS,
30 M McLain's Pills,
M " Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
10 " Wright's Pills,
At LAUGHLINBROTHEBS A CO.
1 AA POUNDS BATHING SPONGE,
1UU 150 u Carriage Sponge,
20 " Surgeon's Sponge,
?0 Chamais skin.
At LAUGHLIN BROTHERS* COL,
Sprt Wboleaals Druggtats.
pOP. DYSPEPSIA, USE MCLAIN'S
Vegetable Cathartic Pills.
CIPT CONCERT. ?
By authority of a special act of tbefelj*
latura of Kentucky, of Mar^ 13, l?k^e
Trustees of the Public Library of Ken
tucky, will give a
Grand Gift Concert!
AT LOUISVILLE, K 1%
On Tuesday, Oct. SI, 1871,
Under tha direction of the beat Mtuical |
100,000 Ticket* of Admission, $10.00 j
each m Cwnrency ; Half Tickets, f5 ;
Quarter Tickets, $2.50.
Each Cicket will conslit of four quarters, I
value ?L6j each. The holder Is enulled to
admiiadou to the Concertnnd to the amount
of gift awardwl to it or lis fraction. Tick eta
numbering from 1 to 1U0,0U).
The Citizens' Bank of Kentucky is
All Monies ari.-iug from the sale of Ticket* !
will be deposited with the Citizens
Bank, subject only to the order of
the President and Treasurer of
the Library, countersigned
by the buslnei* Man
During the Concert the sum of
$550,000 IX GREENBACKS I
Will be distributed by lot to the holders of |
tickets, in the following Gift*, vIk
OK ft: VBAXD GIFT OF ? - SI00.000
ONE tiKAND UlftT Oft' ? - 50,000
One Gift ot
One Ulit of ? ?? -W.WW
one Gift of ? IS.UUj
One Gift of. 1S.WW
One Gift of. 17,ow)
One uift of...? - ? ld,ww
Una Gift of l*,w*)
One Gift of - ? II, WW
One Gilt of ? 13,ww
One '4ift of ? }?,ww
One Gltt of 1 l.uW
one Out of .. b'iu 0
One Gift of *.WW
One Gilt of Nwai
One Gift of .WW
Otie Gift of. *>1<W
One Gift of ? o,WW
One Gift of a>WW
One Gift of ? 'AO "
Ten Giit.s ol *tvuti each .... 1U,UW)
Fifteen Gilts of WW each 1:i,.juu
Eighteen Gift* Ol tMW each - lMtf)
Twenty uiftsoi STiUeach ll.ww
Twenty- tire Gift* of each l&.u u
Thirty otftaol Jiou each l.>,tu>
Forty Gilts ol ?4ou each lt>,WA)
Forty* live Glf's of JEMi each 13. iw
Filly GifLsof fJUO each ? 10, WO
Itti Uilts ol flUO each 4l,ow>
721 Gifts In all Rijo.ww
Alter paying the expenses of the enter
prise and making tliw distribution of the
Gifts, t lie balance of the proceeds arising
from the sale ol tickets will be appropriated
to the cstnhlisiueut ol a Free Library iu
Louisville to be called the
PUBLIC LIBRARY ot KENTUCKY.
The < oncert and Distribution will take I
place uuder the immediate supervision of
the Trustees inentioued in the act of Incur* 1
The Trustees will l?l aaristed by well
known and eiiiiiient citizens ol Kentucky, |
who have consented to be present at the
Conceit and to superintend tuedrawiugand
distribution ol gifts.
The holders ol tickets to which gifts are
awarded will be paid on preaeii i a Lion ol
theiuor their lraction,nt the oilice in lx>u
isvilie, the second day alter drawing
'and every business day for six months
thereafter. and may besent direct orthnmgh
any 11a uk or Express Company, for colleo
t ion. All orders accompanied by Drafts,
Fosioltlce Money Orders, or Greenbacks,
will In* promptl.v attended to ami the tickets
? eturued by luail, registered orexpreatod, iu
Tlckcts are like Greenbacks -good only
to the holder.
buyers will note that there are only One
Hundred Thousand tickets, Instead ol Two,
iliiiidred'l hotisaud, us in iheMun Frunclsco
(Jilt Concert, anil that there is tf.Vi.OOO'
moredistrlbuted. 1 sold that and made tlie
awuids iu four months and paid &!>??, ooo
to ticket holders from November 2 to !?">,
Ih7u, and turned over S l'2,OOo tothehecre
tary due ticket.-. not presented.
It will be particularly nolle* d that ltlsa
matter ol liuposi?il?llli> toi any one lo know
wliui numbersuruw gifts, us it Is not known
what the Kilt of any number drawn iroin
the first wiioel will in-, until the sealed box,
with amount of the gill plainly printed, Is
taken from the other wheel and opened In
lull view ol theaudience.theretore the larg
er gift may not come out utiiil U, wards tlio
last, or in the middle ol the drawing. The
f luu,uu0 K'lt III I lie Km Francisco Gift Con
cert under the management of C.!I.Pktkk.s,
was the itMith nuiuiier drawn, and was
awarded and paid to a gentleman In New
Orleans. 7:11 gifts are all that can Is- drawn
in one day.
M~The Numbers and Gifts are drawn by
blind children from xtoll years of age.
The drawing will Ih> extensively puMisli
e?l, and parties ordering tickets will have
printed lists m nt tlieni. Parties forming
riubs and deslilng lnlorinulioii will please
address this oilice,
II TirkrlN lor Hlllll : Ss Tifln U, 0^1; 1
AM llekflN, H.ioo ; 11.1
The undersigned, late principal business
manager of Ihe very successful Mercantile
Library Gift t oncert at Man Francisco, Cal.,
lias been appointed agent and manager ol
the Gift Concert in aldof the Public Library
The drawing will take place In public, and
every t hi i g will l>e done lo satisty buyers
of tickets ihat their interests will is- us wHI
protected umi ihey |?er*ona!ly superintend
ed the entire utiair.
.Tf tinner <>I lirMHiUK.
There will be Iwoghuw wheel*. One wheel j
jvill contain number*, plainly pilot
ed on leather lug*. the other wheel will |
contain 721 hoxe*, each containing ? H'"
one lan <?r number will In; iiiawn iroru ilie|
liJU.UUU wheel, and Hit,* first l*ixdiuwn from
tlie*ecotid or721 Ih?x wheel will contain*
gifi, neatly printed and ietl(d up, tod the
xlft ho drawn from the second wheel will he
t Id* Ktlt of i In' ta? firm drawn, whether 1100,
or ii(W,uui, aj> announced.
14,364 Tickets Disposed of in July
To Insure ticket holder*, the public are
amufed in. it if only i'j.uuo ticket* are sold
only Xt/M number* go in the law wh?el, I
the "i'2i Kit Im awarded, but diminished pro]
rata. 111 v-tvt e ou,iu> ticket* only arc sold'
only numtjent 1 to fiO,MJO go lu the large
wheel, and the 7J1 KifLs diminished one-half;
and In cmsc only ?i,UU0 ticket* arc sold the
entire 721 gift* will I *1 paid lu full -11 iieing
Intended that 110 unsoll tlckct* *hail par
The Manager ha* already paid into the I
Citizens' ttaukg.1U.OOV tow. mis defraying
the expeuxe*, an<i doea not depend on *ale* '
of ticket* to pity hUexpensea 01 1'rlntlng,
Advertising. <*c. 'I he public are Invited to
the uliuont scrutiny iu? to tiie reliability of
the entire afltalr.
Person* desirous of acting bn a gent a for
the sale of our ticket** in any city in tiie
United Htatea or Canada*, uddre**
CHAM. K. FETI.RN.
Manager, I?ui*vllle, K y.
OFFICE? 120 Main Ht? J oh neon Block.
B. T. Buhdrtt President
W. N. HaldbMaM Vice IYIdll
M. W. Clumk f JSecretary
Citizens' Bams Treaaurer
J. V. 1~ K01A?Kl<?, Agent,
Office No. 2, McLure House Block,
Axle and W heel Grease,
C)MPOCXDED OF THE VERT BKHT
lubricating and non-frlctlon materials:
put up In 2and ipound tin can*. In J> pound
Iron keica, one-half l<arrel>< and on? barrel*.
Tills wheel grease ha* been in u*e cvt>r ten
year*, on both light and heavy vehlrleft,
giving entire satiifartlon. It i* cheaper liian
anything In the market.
Jcl2 22 Mala atfeeU
vro * ORE CMKAFE ANDCKACMED
i> Harnea*. No more boot* aad aho**
thrown away half worn out. Uae Clarified
and Perfumed Pure Neat* Foot OU,t hereby
making the leather aoft and pliable and In
crea*lng It* beauty and wear 1U0 per cent.
In quart and half gallon tin boxaa, con ve
il If- nt for uae : al*o by the gallon and barrel.
IMAIA H WAHRJEW,
je!2 22 Main atreet
EUR HEADACHE, CHE OSLT Mo
? Lain *
Vegetable Cathartic Pills.
WE ARE RECEIVING SEW FLOUR
of a tnperlor quality, at very low
price*. . >
Jy27 HENRY K. LIKT A 00.
JP _ Rtmmei'a Ihlang Ihlang,
1 L/jve Too,
Might Blooming Cereu*,
Juat received by
LOClAJi, LIOT * 00.
8ALTIM0RE LOU HOSPITAL
OFFICE? 7 80UTH FREDERICK 8T&X&1
Hii discovert <1 the most Certain, Spaed
and only Effectual Remedy la the world w
Weakness of the Buck or Unite. Strict are*.
Attectloas ol the Kidneys and Bladder, la
! voluntary Discharge*, Im potency, General
Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languoi
Low Spirits, Confusion or Ideas, Palpitation
of t lit* Heart, Timidity. Trembling, Dnnntw
of Sight, Giddiness, Diseases of The He?.!
Throat, Not* or Skin. Affections ol tl>?
Liver, Luog> stomach or Bowel?? tli? >o
Terrible Dbordars arising (torn Seiitai <
Habits of Youth? twam and solitary prac
tices more total to their victims than the
sougs of 8yr?.u* to the Mariners ol Ulysse.
blighting tlielj most brilliant hopes or sn
UcipMtioua, readering marriage, Ac., Irupo
Specially, wbo have become the victims ot
Solitary Vice, thai dreadAil aud destructive
habit which annually sween toau uutlmely
grave tbou>-utids ol \oung Men ol the Hios
exulted laleuts and brllliaui Intellect, who
might othtiwb* have eutruuccd listening
Scuiiit-M with (he tliuudcr of elouuenoe, or
waked to rotacy the the ihrllliug lyre, may
call with full confidence.
Married Person#, or Young > eu conteiu
plating Marriage, being awar- ol Phyaicai
Weak new. organic debility, ile ortultie*,
He wlio placet* himself under tho care a.
Dr. J., may religiously confide In his honor
as a gentleman, aud confidently rely upon
his skill as a physician.
Immediately Cured aud Full Vigor restored.
Tills Distressing Affection, which renders
Life miserable and M.trrluge Impossible, In
the penalty paid by the victims of Improper
Indulgence. Youug persons are loo apt n>
commit exut?>!*w Irom uot being aware o<
the dreadful oouseuueuccs that msy ensue
Now, who tiial uuaer>taudsthesulue?Brill
pretend to deny that the power of prt**m?
tiou is lost sooner by Hum- lulling into im
proper halrtta than by the prudent. Health-,
being' depi ived ol the pleasure v healthy
offspring, the most serious and destructive
symptoms ol both 1**1} aim luliul arise.
The System becomes Der.Hiiged, the Phyaicai
i ml Mental F unctions weakened. Iimt ?m
Procrealive Power, Nervous lrrltsbiltlv
Dyspepsia, Palpitation of liie Heart, iudi
gestiou, Constitutional Debility, a wu>liu*
of the I- mtue, Cough, Consumption, Deeav
Member of the Uoyal ttillcge ol Hurgeoas
Loudou, graduate I rout one of the most em
inent Colleges In the United States, aud the
greater pint of whom- llle bus la-en spent In
the hospitals ol London, Paris, Philadelphia
and elai wherv, has effected some of the must
a.stouisldug cures Unit were ever known
Many troubled wi h rluglug In the head
and cars when a*ee.k great uervousnest,
belug alarmed at sudden sounds, bashful
ness,wltl trtsjiicul blushing, at tended some
times with derageiuenl of mind, were curoJ
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J.addrctsiea all tlxste who have Injured
themselves by Improper indulgence and
solitary habits, which rulu both body and
mind, untitling them for either buunms,
study, society or marriage.
These are soiueol the ami and melancholy
effects prodocad by early habits ol youtli,
viz: Weakness of the Buck and Limbs
Pains In the He:ul, Dlminvaol Hlglit, l<osx
of Muscular Power, talpltatlon of Uie Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, lferange
ment of the Digestive Function*. General
is iiility. Symptoms of Consumption, Ac.
MlCNTAI.LV.? The feailul effect OU llle
mind Is much to l?o dreaded? I>ws of Mem
ory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Splr*
Its, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Hoclely,
Self Distrust, l/ove ol Holltude, Timidity,
4?\, are some ot the evils nradBMd.
Thousands of persons or sll ages can now
Judge what Is the cause ot their declining
health, losing their v Igor, becoming weak
pale, nervous snd < inucisted, liavlng a sing
ular appearance alsiut the eyes, cough aud
sy mptouiM of Consumption.
Who have til tured themselves by a ccrtalu
practice ludulgtsl III whan alone, a habit
irequently learned from evil companions
or at school, the e'luda of which are ulglitly
lelt, even when asleep, and If uoleureoieu
ders marriage lmi*>rxihln, and destroys b*tb
Ulllxl aud Issly. should apply immediately.
What a plly tlinl a young man, the Imp.
of hi* country, Ihe ifarllug of his |>a rents
should Is- snatched flom all prospis'ts sud
eujoymeut* ol lire by tb?- e<>us*sp>noeM ol
deviating from the path of nature aud In
dulging in ? certain secret hubll. Such per
sous must, before contemplating
Keflccl that a souiui mind aud lasly are the
most necessary re>|Ul?ll<* to pioinote con
nubial happiness. Indeed, without Ihew
the journey ihiough life hecoinns s Weary
pilgrimage: the prospect hourly darkens to
the view; tiieinlnd la-conies shadowisl with
despair and fllhsl with the melancholy u
tlis-tlotl that Uu> happlutws of another lie*
comes blighted with our owu.
DIHKAHF>I OK IMPKUDKNCE.
When the mlsguld)-*! and Imprudent vo
tary of ideaaure hnd? he luu InililU-d the
see<ls of this palnlul dlsesuia, It l<s> often
happens that an lll-llmed sense of sliama
or dread of discovery deters liliu from sp
plying to those who, from educutlou ami
res|w-<-tablllty, can aUitis la>frleud hlln, de
laying till the constitutional symplouis o'
this horrid dis?-as? make their sppsarauee
such as ulceiutcd sore throat, dlseMMid iios??
nocturnal pains In the head snd Hint*, dim
n??s of sight, ileariH-ss, nodes on the shin
bones and stms, blotches on Die hesd. Isne
and ejtl elillth*, piogiessltlg With frlghttlll
rapidity, till at l.ist ihe palate of the mouth
or the lames of the iiimmi full In, and II. ?? vlc
tlin of this awful dlseaan becomes a horrid
object of uoiuiulst-rution, till dueth puts a
ja-rlod to his dreadful sufTerlnics by sending
iiIm to "That i;ndl*nv?ral Country from
whence no traveler r< turns."
it Is s melancboly fact that tin tusaud* (all
Victims to this terrible disease, owing to the
unsklilluliieHs ol ignorant pretenders, who
by the Use of that IJKAULV PoUtOD, Mkk
cirHV, ruin the constitution, snd make Ilia
residue of life miserable.
OFFICE? 7 SOUTH KKKDt RICE HTUKK1
Left hand side going from littlthiKtfvstree',
a ft-w d<airs from toe corner. ??-FaJl not
biolmerve name sud number.
??"No letters rec*-lv?i unites prsff-pald
and containing a stamp to lie used on the
reply. Persons writing should state sgr,
and send portion of s?lv? tlsenient deacrP>
The Iss tor's DIPI/IMA harupilii Iilso0lce
EN 1* iKSEM ENT OF TH R PREtti
The many thorsa nils cured at this estab
lishment within the (sat twenty years, and
the numerous Imporunt Surglosi Opera
tion. iierforrnMl by Dr. Johnston, witnessed
by the reporters of the Sun, and many <Kh?r
(sipers, notices of which ap|?arad again and
:*gnln before the public, Issldes his standing
as a gentleman of character and responsibil
ity, fa a sufficient guaranty to the aflllcLed.
Hkln disMuwa speedily cured. aogt
mrnm mm ?mmmmm?m?mmmmmmm.
Mi si i
i'oidlnf Nprinf B?l I^oftfr.
ONE OK THK NKATKWT AND MONT
Convenient article* of Hrmwboid Fur
niture in rvrry particular, ever Introduml
to (be public. The many thousand of Ja ra
llies that have It In uw are snanlmoos in
)U pralw, and could not be Induced to ex*
j '-hanic* It Utt any otlter Invention deafened
! to answer the same purpose.
? BIE5D A *031,
sepM Furniture Dealers, UH Main rt.
' pOB CUHTCV EH EHH, USE U< i. \ IN*
Vegetable Cathartic Pills.
Agency of Miami Powder Co.
WE ARE HTATE AGEXTH FOB THK
above named Company and wUl hare
| constantly stored^* oar new mf?ln a In
' this city, a Urge supply of
COAL AID R04 H __
BirLE FOWDEB, in wbola, haJfand
quarter Iw, ail warranted of aqpenor
quality and tor aaie at low eel nut (
1 tary order* filled at mtnufadarara
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