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MRS. CORA B. AYLINQ.
A AViiiiiuii WIiiim' t:i-iMtlltP Ahlllili-
llfliiR Ili'f if 10,1100 ii Vi-nr.
Mrs. Com U. A.vIIiik or ittookllnu 1ms
the distinction of liolnj? tlio only wo
man vlioe mime Is jilvl'ii In tlio 1)1
lecloiy of DlioetoM. Not. only is Mm.
Ayllnx siifoi'Msfiil Iiii-jIiiocs woman
nml tllroetor In KovornI corporations In
UoMon, bin us seeroi'iry untl trcuHtirer
of tlu companies nln dniwH ono of thu
liuwt p.'ilniicH nil(l to nny woman
ciInI of Now Vork city, lier year's woik
Mrs. Ayllni;, ulin Is icei clary-treasurer
and illroetor of the Veno Auto
Miilllnir Machine company, 'n'cri'lury
trotisuior nml tllieelor of tlio (!eori?o
Livingston Itlclinrils eonip'iny mill sec-retnry-troipuiier
mid (lit prior of tlio
Itlcliarris riililhliliiif company, three
companies whom- assets iistfi'eKiile JJI,
300.000, It thlrly-llro .wins old. She
Btnrtoil In bnstness Itiiincdlatuly upon
WltS. COllV 11. AYIiISO.
her graduation Irom a high school In
Chicago, wlicic she was born, and her
first woik was na uaveliiig saleswo
man for a Hour mill In Unit city. She
stattetl on u month's piob.itlon In this
capacity and, proving a .success, re
mained with tlio linn hcen years.
AVlion the Itlcliants l'ttbli .hliig com
pany was formed lit 1!KH) Mi,-. Ayllug
e.iaie east to lake charge ot the adver
tising end of the business, and tiom
Unit position she woiked her way to
her ptescnt ollke and to her positions
in the other companies, which weto
Mis. Ayliug attilbutes her success to
hard woik and keeping constantly at
it. She says that she had to go to work
when she left hthool and that her busi
ness education litis been obtained, di
rectly through practical contact with
the business world. During the past
yeai Ptcsldent Itlehards of tlio com
pany has been in Europe for ubout
eight months, and dining that llmo
Mis. Ay ling has had complete charge
of tlio work in all three linns.
Kuleijiflslng am giving most of her
time to business. Mis. Ayllng has still
time lor many out of door enjoyments.
Sho Is a member of the Commonwealth,
t. uiintry chid anil plays goir and clilves
and this year has taken up nuloiiioiillr
lug. She Is u Hi in believer In out of
door exerclbo and attilbutes her good
health and business ability to this te
la.Mitlon fiom miiuilold business cares.
I'rogiesshe diuneis ate not new, lmt
they have never been given frequently
because hostesses had a notion that
they weio dllllcull. Fur lroiu"s being
tlio casts they simplify dinner giving,
for they make their own amusement,
constantly furnishing topics of con
versation, so that there is no danger of
As the name implies, the guests pro
gross through dinner, not only llgura
tivelj', but lltcinllj' that Is to &.ty, with
every ooiuse n man moves up one, or,
rather, to the seat oC the man next, o
that befote the end of the dinner ho
has talked with each woman guest.
Tliete Is a good deal of run In this,
for when time is called, ns it were, the
man must leave lor the next woman,
whether or no. Sometimes he Is glad;
mote often he is sotrj', and when he Is
In the midst of a deeply absorbing mat
ter with his neighbor he Is vvrathy,
oven though the emotion may be con
cealed. Jlut always there is variety,
which, after all. is (lie main thing
sought by, hostesses.
Thete Is tto dltilculty in managing the
It egression, although It Is a hit less
dimple limit as though all plates were
removed tit once, Tito present lad of
Inning a plate taken away as soon us
a pei son has finished, tegaidless of
what the olheis may bo doing, makes
It ncce.ssuiy lor a hostess to give u
signal, but this is very simply done
by striking n Uttlo bell or blowing u
.whistle. This should lie as the lal
poison's piato ds removed for tlio
coiuso previous, and It is understood
that no man begins a second course lit
tlio biime seat it i'i a Jolly sort of
way to do, and u hostess will llud It
llttlo work. Chicago iMrr Ocean.
Uncii of IlnUluvr Suiln,
A puckugo of oitllnary cooking soda
(salcratus) should Hud a place In the
medlclno closet, for ninny nip tho
vises to which It can lie put. A hand
Jul placed lu the hot water in which
the feet mo bullied will do much to re
lieve tired or lilisteieil and nchlng feet.
A teaspoouful In half a glass of cold
water will telleve a sick stomach, and
n ditto of the soda used Instead ot
tooth powder will keep tho teeth fico
from tartur and beautifully white. Ev
ery trace of tho soda should be well
rinsed off tho teeth each time it Is
used A generous liuiulful of soda lit
the bathtub will remove the odor ot
perspiration, besides Htieugtheulng tmtl
toning the system. It will also remove
liliii'lihemis If the pints infected tire
first niohteiied nml then coveied with
ns much of the soda as will slick.
Leave It Qti the fcu-e until the skin be
gins to smart and then remove by
b'cntly bathing tlio face with warm w li
ter and drying it with n bit of soft
old linen A pinch of sodu will often
uilive toothache, and when applied to
(ii sting or bit,c of uti linen will ajlaj
srw k3 7Z'
TwjL- -o": ;c,v
the piiln or Itching tun heal the sllgh't
Prvtlf Tnltlo DpiiirnUnn.
A ptctty iilul Inoxpeiishe table dec
oration pan he made l tilling a shal
low illsh with dry moss, obtainable at
nny florist's lit five cent packages, Book
ing the niois llrit with wuterj sow
quickly with punury or wheat Bred,
preferably the former. Keep hi the
dnik for ten or twelve days or until
the growth Is two Inches high. Then
scl It hi a sunny window. The dlnh
must ho ehniiKcd about fieiiuenlly to
keep It an even mound of giccti", its
the growth inclines toward the light.
It can then be used in (he table center
for fully six weeks by taking paie to
return It after lneals to the sunny win
dow. Tlio Art of Drraa,
Home Heinous tigo a popular lecturer
on "tile tine art of dress" gave this ad
vice: "Wear stteet gowim tlio color of
your hair, house gowns the color of
your eyes mid evening toilets the tint
of your complexion." As the majority
of women have either black, brown or
gray hair the wisdom and taste of the
advleo are apparent iu far ns street
dress Js eoueeriieil. To dtess well
means to dress approptlntely for eaih
occasion, and the season's 1 resit goods,
which display uuy number of very
rich, beautiful materials, make the se
lection of gowns "the eolor of your
hair" an ;asy mutter.
A Cloud I2yctvn.fi.
A good eyewash Is made by simply
dissolving a tcaspooiifut of boric acid
In a pint of water tiiat has been boiled.
Strain and keep closely bottlecf. Sop
the eyes with It morning and night and
several times during the day, pouring
a little In a saucer and applying It with
a bit of loan, soft old linen. Always
use u fresh rag and pour out fresh
wash front the bottle every time you
bathe your eyes, or buy an cyecup in
any drug store. This Is Invaluable.
The eyes are a very important part of
the face. Handsome eyes will make
utl otherwise homely face attractive.
Tlic- Ilnimeliulil In cnlory.
How many households have at hand
a catefully compiled Inventory of
houseliold goods? Not one In u hun
dred. Vet such mi Inventory protects
tlio householder in settlements with In
surance companies and helps the ad
juster to make a fair settlement. A
tesldeiice Inventory may be worth hun
dreds or thousands of dollats to the in
sured. The compiling of an Inventory
is by just right the duty of the man of
the house; jet If accurate tecords ure
to be kept It will be advisable for the
women to attend to the matter. Good
lliwiil Hun Tuck.
Ail easy and- satisfactory way of
making the hand run tucks Is to mail;
the tucks on the sewing machine with
the attachment which comes for that
put pose, using a coatee needle, but no
tin cud, and afterward running by hand
In the holes made by the machine nee
dle In this way the stitches may be
made perfect lj- even, and the method
of creasing the tucks Is much simpler
than that of measuring each tuck.
The Kllolien Sink.
Unless frequently Hushed with a
powerful solvent to remove the grease
the kitchen sink will clog. A strong
solution of washing soda made with
boiling water is most effectual and
should bo used very hot immediate!.
following a thoiough cleaning wllh
warm soapsuds. 1'repuie a sutlicient
quantity that the dialuplpe also muy
be thotoughly Unshed.
It Is suggested that waxing the toe
and heel or a stocking will diminish
the number of holes to lie darned, the
piluclple being the same as wincing
thtead lo make It sttonger. Stretch
the stocking over the darner, melt a
IMiutllu caudle and tub thotoughly into
the stocking, nibbing It hi smoothly
with tlie hand.
I.I ne Almut the llyrn.
To erase lines about the eyes: Anoint
with otatige (lower .skin lood, place the
llr.st tlngcr on the eyelid close to the
nose, sweep outward Just beyond tlie
eyennd come b.vk to the starting
t. liiithe the eyes
with cold salt
r eveiy motnlug.
One housekeeper wtlles that cotninon
Inn lap laid under carpel, but on top
the lining paper, will pi event the dust
rising when the rat pet H swept, as It
will tiller tlnoiigh the coarse meshes of
The women of Wenatchaa, Wnsh,,
have foimed n local ttoul amociatlon
for the purpose of iDiroducltitf plant
and (lower ciiltuie Into many homes,
and it has been a gieat success.
When bookcase uie to lie closed for
n time bpiiukhi n few diops of oil of
lavender on the shelves to prevent the
molding of the bonks.
A musty cellar may be Hwentoned liy
setting puns of hot charcoal about tltfe
door, especially lu dm I; comers.
THU HOUR LAW.V.
It may bo tiiat souiu of the leaders
of tills ilopiiitinent plan to remodel the
lawn about their homes or have the
task lu baud for thu tirst time. To
Mich a suggestion or two may tie of
assistance. While the work may be
done lu the fall, lu case that season
Is most convenient, somewhat better
results have beau found to accompany
tlio spiiug sown lawn. Inasmuch us
the roots of the bluo grass, which Is
tlio best vtuioly for the purpose, run
deep It Is necessary to prepare die soil
to u depth of about eight Inches and
pill it Into ho bust possible condition
of mellowness. Au iibuiidiiuce of well
lottetl stable inauuio which Is Known
to bu freo from other grass or weed
seeds should bo wot Led Into the soil,
U'he best and most sutlsfuetory results
tno obtained by sowing with (ho blue
grass ubout one-half us much white
clover. In case tbeie should not he an
abundant rainfall whoti the giuss Is
getting stalled It should be given other
sprinkling or irrigation. When (he
grass gets well looted it should be cut
with a mower, uml tbls will have u
tendency to ihlekeu and Improve It
TO BE SETTLED
WITHIN A WEEK
Vcssdmcn at Cleveland Discuss the
TRAFFIC TIE-UP COMPLETE
Bond Issues Under the-Longwo.'th Act
Held Letjal by the State Supreme
Court Mother Recovers Child and
flpaeds Away Miscellaneous News
Notes of Ohio.
Cleveland, O., May ,". Theio is no
visible clinnge in the murine situation
cnused by the strike of longshoremen
and allied bodies, which has tcBiiitod
in a tie-up ot luke fi eight carrying.
Fuitlnlly unloaded boats ate tied up
ut the docks, and these, It Is stated,
will he left untouched Tor the present
at least. The suspension of woik by
the tiigmen necessitated warping a
number of boats up tlio Cuyahoga
river. At one oi the ptlnclpal luko
canylng concents it was stated that
the employment of nonunion labor for
unloading the paitially unloaded boats
is not now contemplated, as It is bo.
lieved such a step would cause ttou
ble. Vesselmcn expiess the opinion
that the contiovetsy will be- Bettled
within a week or JO days. Membeis
of, the longshoienien's union bald thera
Was nothing new lu tlio situation, and
no probability of a ehango of front on
Only two licensed tu;;s ate in com
mission at the harbor here, and work
at docks was practically suspended.
The going out of the licensed tugmen
was upon the gioiiad that If they con
tinued to woik they would have to
cany nonunion mates, and this they
declined to do
Along the docks in this city several
thousand men veto idle, while 'out In
the bieakwuter n do::en or moie of big
oi e and coal cullers vvete at anchor
with not less than 1,000,000 tons ot
cargo which could not be unloaded.
All the Uigbo.its hi the huibor with
the exception ot two "wildcats" weio
tied up ut the dock's. Advices iecoived
ftoiu all lower lake points Indicated
that similar conditions ptevall, and
that the tie-up is most complete.
Favor Strict Sabbath Observance.
Columbus, ()., May ..Sentiment in
favor of stilct obseiv.ince of the Sab
bath in the abolition of all amuse
ments mid business on that day was
voiced at a meeting attended by 00
peisons ft om vatlous paits of the
state at the Cential Hiesbytetlan
chinch. It was the Hist session of
the Sabbath observance convention,
whoso purpose Is to fotm oigania
tions thioiighout the state to piesetvo
the Sabbath Itoni tleseciatlon. As a
teinedy for the existing condition of
clictinistances as thej now stand, the
speakeis weie unanimous In deolatlng
that the enfoi cement of the ptesent
laws and not the making of new ouea
was tlie necessitj.
Mrs. Chadwick's Statement.
Columbus, O., May .On tlie ad
vice of her attorney, Thoituu R Pow
ell of Columbus, Mis. Cassie L. Chad
wick is ptepuiitig a statement in
which will be incotpoiated all her
financial tiausactions aud the meth
ods she used in seeming the money
which lauded her in the peultentiaiy.
Mis. Cliiulvvlck sai.l: "I have becomo
tired of false statements and untound
ed tepoits and do not ptopose to
longer keep silent and endiits the the
of ctiticlsm wltlle the main wtoug
doors ate enjoying their fieedom and
Was Hit by a Train.
Akion, O., Muy '!.. "I'll not bid you
goodby until I so ejou lu Akion," said
Mis. Jacob IJaunimtidiior, wile of a
faitnor and liitnbei dealer of llveiett,
this count, to her sou, piovious to
Ills intended depaituie tor Macon, ll.i.,
to embark lu the lumber business.
Later, whilo sho was on her way to
Akion, sho was urn down and killed
by a fast freight train
Fatal Gas Explosion.
Fosloiln, 0 .May L Mik, l.ee Pox
was fatally and hor husband seilously
bmtied by an etiiloslou of gas. A hot
plate was connected with a lubber
tube, which had paitially pulled off,
tilling the house with gas. When lie
went to light the gas theio was an
When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the poison
ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. This causes heart
trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE.
Mr. Robert O. Burke, Klnora, Srtog Co., N. V,, write' I am glad to have an oppor
tunity of telllni; what magnificent results I have had from ulng fOLUV'S KIDNEY
CURB after havtnji tried other advertised medicinea and several phyaiclant. Before I began
It I had to get up from It to lo times each night to relieve my bladder. 1 was all bloated up
with dropsy and my eyesight was so impaired that I could scarcely see one of my family
across the room. In fact. 1 was so badly used up that I had given up hope of living when I
was urged by a friend to try FOLEY'S KIDNEY CUKE. One jo-cent bottle worked won-
other symptoms of Kidney trouble. My friends were surprised that I was cured, as they
all thought 1 was going to die. Every few days some one comes fron miles away to learn
the name of the wonderful medicine that cured me of Drlght's Disease, and not one that
has tried it has failed to be benefitted.
Would Exterminate Dogi,
Toledo, 0, .Ma) - Aecoidlng to
I the statement of Health Olflcer lllue
huit Toledo Is In danger of an epi
demic of i allies Tlio lienlth ofllcer
i sajs thul seveuil tnad dogs ulieady
(examined and killed have sptpad the
uisease tapiuiy, ami Hint at least u.OUU
dogs In the elly should be disposed or.
Cracked a Safe.
I'leinont, ()., May At Lindsay
thieves enteted tho stole ot O, it. How
pis, postmaster, and blew open the
pO'ilofllPe safe. They seemed stumps
Valued nt $.!), 5 (J l) nosml tntilM and
liluuk money ouleis, but only $I.GI In
Cincinnati, 0 May .Cincinnati
Tuesday tilght began the onjo.vmeiit
lr her seventeenth .Muy musical festi
val. .Mush; hull was tnllllaiil with
thousands of happy people, many of
them full of memoiien of the success
of former festivals and all of them
tinged with sitdnesH by the absence of
the gicat leader and oiganlei, Theo
dore Thomas, The concei t was cadetr
a Thomas menioilal, and Its piogiam
was In keeping with that Idea. As In
all previous festivals, commeiclallsm
Is eliminated. Tho piomoters ute pub-llc-splilteil
citizens who serve without
pay, the choius sings for the pietism e
obtained and thete are never uny divi
dends. If any smplus lemulus it is
expended In em idling the forces of
the next festival. Conspicuous in the
audience vvete Congiessman Meh"!.,s
hongworth and ills btide, the piesl.
dent's daughter, and Sir Kdvvatd Klgur
and Lady Ulgtvr of Uuglund.
FOR THE' LITTLE ONES. '
How to Make Magic Ink That Disap
pears When Rubbed.
13oys am! "irk comctinius amuse
theni'iclvt'a with what is called "in
visible ink' a lluid Unit makes uo
more color on pancr than water
docs, but vi Inch bccniucj visible at
once if voti expose it lo licit. An
ink of that kind is a gtcat curiosity
to jicraons who have never befoic
seen it, but a "-renter iirioit sltll
is an ink that may be quicklj made
lo disappciu by nibbing it. To make
this lluid get' a little sliueii (just
the common kind used by the laun
dress) and mix it vvilli waler until it
becomes of about the consistent v of
cicam. Then to it add n few diops
of tincture of iodine, and it is toady
Dip your pen into it and iwito n
few words on oidinnry paper. The
writing will he of a dark In own col
or and will dry on (iuckly. It will
look e.wietlv like luown ink. and
when j on tell lour friends that y on
arc going to make tlio writing dis
appear simph bv rubbing our hand
or jour handkerchief over it they
will piobablv look incredulous, for
it lias a permanent appeal am c, just
ns the black ink of it letter ha.
But rub it and every trace of the
writing will anih as" ipiicklv as if
j'oiir bund had nuu-ic in V.
was not so pleasant
feutuie of (he gain',
..'. Do verily these statements, I
beg of you.
H. Do jou cpect Charles to navi
gate the J'ucilio ocean?
4. Jf you wish to diive hint nmd
ridicule him for his blunder''.
fi. 1 do nol jjlav the piano, but I'
U. I watched Tom coirul eighty!
Answers. 1, Santa Pe; ?, Do
ver; 15, Charleston; I, Madrid; 5,
Utica; C, lluleigh. Kind them.
I An Unhappy Comparison.
Sir (Jlinrks lai-sdl when lie was
practicing at tlio bar was a noted
cross examiner, anil it was a shrewd
witness that could ciicunivent him.
On one occasion tit leul. however,
the laugh vvn tin nod on him by an
innocently intended an-vver. He'
unst'ioss cxuiuiiiiim u willies in re
curd to cti'tiiin hoof print- left by u
iioie in -andv -oil. "How lar;;e
vvero tho vriiiS?" .i-kcil I In1 learn 1
counsel. 'Were llu-v n- Ini ,-t n ni.v
hand?" h'.ltluivr up Ii1- h.tml for the
witness n , "(lb. in,." Miid tin'
witne honcsili : ",i vva- ju-t nil or
Jiimry hoof." The i:iuntiitlion wu
teiiipnr.irilv susficiuli'il till nuler
aoiiltl be -ecurcil it: Hie courtroom.
- -Law Xotc-.
Elf niCEiCE CAUSE ONE-THERI
i IHaEAaEa the total dbi
and cures Kidney and
Two Sizes, SO Gonts and $1.00.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
um HLJiiiii,'ny;ijiiujnijiij-iuui.Jtiiiijuni, iiiiiiinijiiiiiiiiiiuinmiinuiwKiLMUiiiMmiu.iimiHiii vnmiKtvmm
YoungRtowii, O., .May 2 Maggie
Mitloney, !), confessed that sho at
tempted to bureliuize the lesldence of
Mrs. D. Thompson on .Voith avenue,
wheio bIip was caught, untl had bur
glarized three other houses within n
short time befoie.
Cincinnati" Man" Killed,
Fieepoit, III., May 2. A limit sup
rosed fiom letteis hi his pockets to
have been Cuptulu 1), C. Undeiwood,
either of Cincinnati or hoiiio city In
Michigan, wns accidentally killed by
a, passenger tint n heie.
If China Is Refused Concessions.
Dlshop Bashford's Vlewc.
"Washington, .May 2. itlshop U. W.
Hashford, lesldent bishop of the Meth
odist Kplscopal chinch at Shanghai,
China, testified heroic the senate com
mittee on Immigration, vvhlr.lt is In
vestigating the lecent Chinese boycott
of American goods. Minister Uncle
hill was quoted by Hlshop Hashford ns
saying that if the Ameilcan congiess
should make some slight concession to
China in the exclusion laws thei
would he uo danger of the boycott
being again Invoked. Uishop Hash
foul explained that tho Chinese weie
willing to make t. tieaty with this
countiy If China r.ppeaied to be get
ting something lu letuiu. (Ii eater
fieedom for the admission of student
and merchant classes, he thought, was
the concession they desired. Ho ex
pressed the fear, however, that if eon
gtess adjoin tied without some action,
theio might lie another outbieuk.
Uishop Uashfoid said China, was be-
I coming civilized at a lapldlty amount
ing to revolution, and that the countiy
' today is where Japan was 20 yetus
Mitchell Arrives at Scranton.
Sci anion, Pa., May 2. Piesident
Mitchell of the United Mine Wotkeis
anived here fiom Philadelphia and
established headutiarteis at a local
hotel. Local blanches of the United
Mine Woikeis in tho anthracite tegior.
ate electing delegates to the til-dU
ttict convention which is to be held
here Thutsday, and most of them aio
reported to be Instiucting their dele
gates to follow Piesident Mitchell's,
advice implicitly. The feeling is still
stioitg that some way will be opened
by which a strike may be avcited, t.
though thcie is no question but that
the shooting at Mount Caimcl, whiclt
is generally believed 1) the mine
workets to have been unjustified, tins
atoused a sullen anger that may lead
to a sttong movement in favot of a.
, Prisoner's Break.
St. Louis, Ma 2. John V. Watci
house. wlio came heie fiom Seattle In
Febiuaty and was tu tested on the
chatge of forget- and found guilty,
was sentenced In the ciiniinal couil
to five years" impifsonment. AVhen
Judge Iiljhop piououiiced sentence
Watei house sprang tovvauls an open
window and was just jumping tlnnugli
when a ju.ot leapetl fiom the box and
seized him by the coat tall Deputv
sheiltls diagged Wutei house liom tlie
window, and a lively light ensued be
fote the piiymet was subdued
Maiion, O, May I Hany Ttue,
Hie of I ho most piouiliieiil bnnkeis of
tential Ohio and a widely known Ma
lon, Is dead. He was ut tho time of
his death gianil tieasuioi of the ttoyul
Aicli Masons of Ohio.
Then ate plenty of people lo whom
liiippiiu"- would cniisUt in himpl.v gel
ting out of debt.
The woid cocounut i derived
from the Portuguese "coco," mean
ing monkey, because the litiee roum
blc a inoiiho.v's lace. The tico wtii
know n to tlie people of Ceylon its
earl.v its 100 1. (.'., the milk being
Used by tlicin for milking tenient.
Tho cocounut 1-. one ot the ino-t
Usolid of iilanli mot, trunk, leaf,
sac and mil ate made to yield
tribute to man. The liber of the
husk i'tirni-hes excellent vain and
is jncfericd to horsclinir for shilling
beds, cushiony chairs and saddle-.
It is stronger and more elastic thun
hemp. The I'olvncsiuns twiit siiiull
coids of this liber, vvhiih serve in
the const i notion of houses and ca
noes when' Kurnpeuiit would em
ploy nails. The nw nuts aic
grated for inedii nml u-e. (rated
cocouinit i'oriiii an iiigiedieiit of tho
Kust Indian condimctit currr.
Bladder diseases in every
whole system, and the diseases that have
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger, Do not risk
having Bright' s Disease or Diabetes.
WANTKn TrnvHIiiR S u I ph
limn. Must furniph icfurenccs
nml invest .flout) in firRtclrioq (i'A
honilH. Salary untl ckjipiihus priid,
Kxperioncp not, required, wo tench
business ,it our nulls, The Wheel
ing Hoofing untl Corn ice nompniiy,
Wheeling, W. Vn. Mcli. i0 Ow
Application for Parole.
Nul too l bpicbj tdvi'iitlml I'uink llwiilnu
n prlinnpi-now I'fiintiii-it lu thn llliln IVnl
ii'iitliuv, his Ii'mui riM'oniinotiili'il in l he
lloiuil bv flu tt'iinl"n nml t'liilpliilii ii
VMIIIIiyilf I'Ollslltt-l II I llHI Till IMI Oil' X
npiiili'iii inn will in rui Ih'mi hii; on milt nrii-i'
Mn ID, Hum.
Notice oi' Apjioinliimuil.
Otntii (if hill M. Collins, Pi'ci'iiM.il. Tlio
umli'i'-tliiii'it Jims lii'i-n iiiu,liitil nml quiill
lli'd hi Ailiuliistrnloi or tin- Kiliili-iif liin M.
Collins lllll' Of lloi-lllllg I'OUIIIV, (llH'OMMHl.
linUll I Ills lllli , iliiy or Apill A.ll. IHI
tl ml list I II lot .
A in I , 'Jii. :i-w
I'l'nhufo Not in;.
Notli'iilK hi'i'i'liv yhvn Hint tho follow I ml'
Aci'oiintn unil Voneliiiis lmi Ih-i-ii tlloil In
I In- I'ioliiiti Coin I or llocMiitlf.'oiinl .illilo,
Tim llrs) unit limit si'ltloiiiont Almy I', t'lilil
"s'oi tnli'iOliiiiillii I or Willliiuil). Tui'Kc i
( iou (lei I'Mvil) nml tlio i, niti will i-omc on
( ir lioiiiliigon t lit' IS, tin v ot Miij A. 1 1. II (Hint
1 luVloelc A. At , or ns soon llii'ii'iifli-r miiiiij
I' ". MAUTtV,
A pi 1 1 2il,1-w I'loliiili-.liuUi'
Sale of Real Estate.
Til tilliMitiin-n nt an oiilci of I In' I'l nli.'ito
Com I of Hoi Icing (unlit, Olilo.iiiul hv ii
ttioof tltu mnliint anil illri-i-tloii of tin- Insi
Will iiiiitTiistiiinciit or Diuiil Ciiiilli'ld, ilo
ei ut til, I will oirur foi Mill-, nt piilillciini'tloii
on -nttiiiliiv, tin- Hi ilii or Miiv imh, nt l
nVloikp in. on tin- pii'inKi's, the following
clusi'iPictl on I est nt '. sltimii- In Tovwislilp
or I'imi, Count or Hooking nml Htnln or
Ohio, tow It:
llnliiK slttuitril in Socllnn No fotn M),
Township No. twi-lvi' il.'), linngo No. iilnu
ll'CII (In )
lining Lot No. I wo ('.') In .ilil i'pl Ion, con
taining lunnty-slx Oo linos.
Slit ONM) TIlAcr.
Ilclui! w.( Iniif of north oust iiuiiitiii mill
noilli ciihI oniii li-r or IIki inn th Mi'Sliiimrler
siiiiii' Sni'llon. Tow nshlp unit jtiiintii ns slnl
c(l nlji i- ooiitiilnliiK ono liuntliuil nml two
tllUl III 10S. '
l!iinp inn th lui'f of tho south oust qiini tin
unci noil It half of tho sou Hi wosl timilor or
tho sou th oust i mi 1 1 or. satin1 yoi llon.T'iwu-
shlnunil iciinun lis hoovo -tntoil, i onlnlnlng
plL'iity-soinn iS7i mlths. .
The llnoi' liiu ts togotlioi oontn In lnn two
huuiliod mid lift on n (.'I')) iiotos uioro or Iosj
nppmlseil Hi two IliousiinU soenn hiindiotl
mill ntiiotv-llMi ilui tin s ($.'7ir,W) i Must
bring two-lhmls (?,i of iipmiilsmont.
'I oi ins of nit! ono-till nt i' ,) oiisli.ono-lhlul
t' Tl In oik vim nml ouo-thliil ' ,) In two
jinn sfi inn (Inj of snlo, do Tpii oil pii inonm to
hoiu liitmost nml lo li soi mi il Ii iiioiIkiiijo
on )ioiiil-i) sold.
Hxooutoror Will or Daxlil
I millolil, ilreons-il.
Aiiil II', l-w
Notice to Teachers.
I'll,1 Iloii il ol School IJ,iniiiiois of Hool:
iniit'ouiitv will hum I in tho. School lliillilint;
Z'XZ', h iinimh rV,', .ho .Inliu"
tlou ol nppin mils loi Tonolu rs r.it-iiHiuur
S( jitoliilioi, Dk omlioi Vl.iKh mid June lot
..lllll Mil--. .lllll .11. .Ill' III-.. lilllllljll HI
tho i';niilin,tloii ol iipplu nuts loi '1 one hoi
llloh -U.nnl .111(1 ptll.ll Ci itlllcntis l.
aiiiliuillo is lot pupils ilosli lug lo ontor lii.h
slImiuIs w ill In In. Id on iho Tlilnl s.itiiiitn
ol Api II anil t ho Sim oml Sunn ,,i, oi M,i
I. I'.Siiiiii.iiroN', I'rosidoiu
H I', II vnsii floil.
I' V VV nut, VUi. I'lislilont
I.OK.in,()nlo l'thuiiiv 2 I'loTi t:
I L HEAT E P S
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Safe, Quick, Reliable Regulator
Suiiurlur inolhtr rdiiiiiillea nolil nttilKli prtit-ii
Ourii Kimranteeit Siucetirullv useu b) uvt'r
VtOO.OOO VVoimui. I'rlcB.'JS Uonu.ilruK
Klii or by mall Tudtlmonlalnauil biinku t frvu
Dr. LuVruucu, I'lillmtulplilu, l'a.
form, tones up the
!!"'"y' . . i i. in ,
IltFI.KS . . . from $3 25 to $150.00
l'IbTOJ.3 . trout 2 uO lo Hi) 00
SHOlfJUNS . . liom VOOto 3D 00
Ait j wir lilrnn l im i I f r n jkii-i. H hi
mi 1 1 lir li ii- hi I iti ii imrr.
ti imwl'Miln --In t I In Mhmrisr ,mi
.lit l, , r,,y, , ,. tl.l,- Ii Miflnl
firft-ut u irctijl.rirf r t In itaiiint.i
i itil v I fl I r tn e
oifdttnt r i rr" r In i Itint'prtttlt be
' t i .I i r I r I , i ! . i .
J. STEVENS AHMS AJfn TOOL CO.,
i' ii I i
Cbtropco Falls, Masn , U. S. A.
In olToct Doc. 10, lfllli.
A M I'M
l.onvo Louun mi :ii) flMl
An Nolsonvlllu l():iiii rm".
An Athons In:1!!) h:in
Air J!uini ('Hi t":!!' :'
.'u Now I'ltlsliuigllrtl il: in
A .11 A M
l.onvn I nsnii 7:0 f (i;.li
Air .vroAi tliur f."0 111:'.'"
Alt' (luinilou D:l'i Ii I'i
An W'ollston S:SH 10:11
An Jnekson lotffl) 12:2 ')
An (lulllpolls 12:10
Air l'oiiiouiy 12:15
A M A M
Lmivo t.ognn i- 0M
An N. Htriilts-villo lu:2.'
Air On lion Hill
A M 1 M I M I M
7.IKI -flSsW f'Jt'O "'iltlll
5:.Tll 2:t() l:.Hl 7:SH
li:Ci -Hsu C:10 li):n
12:10 (!::.'; 1:':u
An .Vim Iou
1:20 S:I0 (,:fS
f Ditllv otoopt Kumliiv
t Suiuliiv Only.
U. W SOU W HNICi:, Agtilit
HAIJLEY M. AVH1TFIJAFT
A NOTARV PUllhIC
Opji. t'riiijiel lltmxc
THE NATIONAL BANK OF
on in: hoi ns !) to !S
I'ahl in Ctisfi Capital .$T,0,000
O. K. 150 WKN, President,
II. 1.'. HARRINGTON, Vice Ties.
L MKADK UOWKN, Cashier.
Doci it General Jlnnlcing Uusi
ness Receives Deposits, DisconntH
Puper mid liuyB nml Sells Ex
change. ii pr 0-1 3' Bunk in .lunicH Uiock.
REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ford in and F. K5inj;el
LOGAN', IIOCKIN'M UOlLYr.', OHIO.
Individual Liability $100,000,
Dooe ii G'Miornl ltnuking iiiul Col
lliinkingTiooiiiH 1 O. Building
DR. C. F. APLIN,
Physician and Surgeon,
llns rnecnll. I11I.011 11 speelnl, entiMM
11I liiHti iii'tluni in dWfuais 01 miiiiiiii
Oi nci: Opposite Oporn Houne.
RrsiitKNci: Mulberry stieot, 0110
luilf block north oi" Roohustor
Ou-icr Horns 8 to 10 n. in. nml
2 to 1, (i to 8 p. in.
Wm, F. Eisele
(irmiite and Marble iMoiuiiiienls.'
Lime, Cement, Koolc riiiK
ter, l'lnsioring Hnir nml
Jl.vtft m iiimhiii ItociiKsii-it'H.HrnitK
DK. M II. CIINIIRINCITON
rii.sf!iiin & Surgeon.
OI'KIOIJ-Pn Mnln Btu-c-l,, llowlli) Itnllil.
I tilt, unit loOpi'in IIiiiuu.
Mot It 'l'lioiie-t No. 7b.
OrriOi: HOITH.s-7 to Id a. ni.'iiml lloil
p. Ill, ft iilil ti) H p. in. Hlimliiy H to 10
11.111 n ntiitufip 111,
HUHIDIlNCK-niinlor Btreet, (lmt liotiso
wtistol ilnrrliiKlini l(nliliilic-ii, (Jlltzwn
I'lioim N0.7; lloll'l'lionoKHit.
thi; original sinnui.. nmmc
Hun li mull mUi'liit to rttomui.
Ufi ociii-' 'I I'y uiu i and uliiuiluri.
1 iwl !' vd ami i iiiiHteut nikt ruvt
urs. iaU pvuie tuiio only llirie
eouries I'lriacatory, lluiinm, Col
lego. I'leiurei foi imuiuv Wilt
lielter your i oiiiliuon and iuoiimhI
tn butiiieis SluJtuli and graduates
SCHOOL OF IAW.
mtd J sgjaStAfctaf u