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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, January 22, 1891, Image 3

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Tia'STKKTfl BALK.
rpKUSTKE'S SALE
j ok VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
)<r rirtuo ofadeed of trutit executed to mo b?
Iff,, ? NllltOU t/iC SJlll.filir o! AUtfUSt, J 890, ftlli
rw,irdeu iu ocrd u! Trust Hook No *1. pafuHj
cf ttso records of obio county, West Virginia, J
iriJJ. "u
thck-DAV, kovembkr 27,1890,
pr0(\ol t > h-U ct publlo auction to the higher
. , Lid :< . : uorth front door of ttii
(\M. ; ii ' 'Jiio omnty, tbo following do
BfjUfd I' ll cMutc, to-wli:
Ij.1 ?A rcrialn tract of land containing on*
linu-lifl Bui seventy four and tbrco-fourth
#;;i't a a*. more or less, Mtuatej la the county
of uMo uii'l .state of Wet Virginia, ou the
tr?ter> Wbivliux truck, and bounded
n follow*, t*wli: UcKinuiiiK at o sugar tree on
tie i nn* of ft drum and rumilnK tbeuce north
81 wot: po-i-, to u white oak adjoining lands
former!) < ? ned bytiwnce Dciaeut; tbenofiioutli
c; west 1 AO poles to a * hJte oak adjoiutug lands
formerly owned by John Wayt; thence aouth 7?
we?t to < Migar tm? by a branch; thcnco
down m;.i branch according to tbo meanders
tbcrcif and bludiug Uieroou 215 polos to
tusar tree on tu?- bank of said bnuicb.
tlieii'e according to tno meanders and
blndltitf thereon W) poles to tno bejfiiniiiii.
being the Mine tract of land convoyed
to tin* 'Kid JuiH'.i Huw In- ?'w. T. NlcholMUid
wife ??y deed dated March 3D, lb76, and recorded
In lx-t -13ook C3, jw '/!4, of the record* of Ohio
00"i!-A trsct of lftud situated in Ohio county,
We*t Virginia, ad olnio? lands of John Alar Hue
sail K >:. Maxwell, ?? r;l:inliu; at a ?uko in sola
Mariimr'h line, corncr w Ii. it. tfaxweli, thence
with Maxwell's line south 5&X" cast 'M poles to
a *uke near a r??a j; th( nco north west liljtf
poiik t<> a bocch - tlicucc north :w weal 20 polea
toattaioln aaiil Hurling'* Hue; thence with
mM line south 'J' wotpolos to tbo beglunlug,
?MiJaJuJng 1 acre and & t-juaro rods, aud beluir
tbe rame property ounreyea to aafd James HlaZ i
bj-^irab c. {JeKurmo, by deed dated June 23,
j.V), and recordud in feed bqok 71, pu^o W of1
tb-j re< or.li of Oblo county. i
ad.-a certain tract of land situated in the
gai'l county of Ohio, and bounded and described
fo wit: beginning at a stake 15 feet
/row the middle t.f too new road, ou Dixou'a
run; thenee northeast to a wlilu? oak tree, cor*
iitrto ModJami* Itlne; thcnco southwest to a
' ..i Imm, ilwmiliMIflof knlil IlliurrOlul:
thence with mi<] road ami on h imo with the
mux- to ttic beglnniug. containing one acre,
man-or *"'? bcfxic (lit; utme property courtytJ
to mM James Kino by Margaret H. Whith?m
mi.I husband t>y deeu Mated Jmuo 1, lhns,
iiuJ rtcorled iu Deed book til, page 1U5 of the
records of Ohio county.
4 th.?Lot No. 10 an the same Is designated on
the put <>f the to.vn of J rladulnhla, in thecounUuh'Utomniii'y-iuot
VVust Virginia, fronting
60 fe.-t'?? the National road and running back
1:j fc-ot to an alley, being the uune proparty
conveyed 10 said James tune by W. f. Unheard.
by deed dated November H, lh?J, and
j recorded In Deed Bjok W, page 311, of tho recordtof
Ohio county.
hiii.?A certain ioi o' ground sJiuat?d in tbo
town ?>f Hlra Drove, county of Ohio and titate of
Wet Virginia, and described as follows. to-wit:
Bigiunlug at a paint in the Hue of the National
K?*'t at the corner of the school liouso lot;
theme uorth 87!, west 166 feet; thence south
73 went 57 feet; thence in h direct line to tno
Nstloiial road, form lug u^fKbt angle with the
line of the nine; thence following the line of
mM road M feet and 7 inches to the place of beginning,
beltiu tno same pn?|?eriy conveyed to
Mid Jatucs Mine by Eliz* Ann Dennisand hus?
>i?.:iitx . deed dated -< ptvmber 21. lhSl, and recorded
In Deed Hook TO, j.bko 10b, of the records
of Ohio couutv.
8uiii sale will commence at 10 o'clock s. m.
of wail .lay, and wi.l be mado on the following
Urms atfd conditions, to wlt: One Uurd the
purchase money cash on the day of sale; onethirl
thereof, with interest. In one year from
mM date, and the residue thereof, with luterost
In two years from said date, toe purchaser giv
lu? bis notes with Kood tccnrlty, to be approved
by me, for said deferred payments, and the
Itunl title to said property to be retained by
mi a* a further security until the purchase
money lsfuily paid. i'osMttlonof*aid property
will i>? viviti ou the flntdny of April, 1491, The
title to the above property fs believed to be
good, Imt selling as trustee, 1 will convey only
such title as is vested in me by said dee* ef
trust. J. d. dUMMKtlVlbLK,Trustee.
W. H. Hamkk, auctioneer.
SrATKO? wkst Viruinia.
County oy Ohio, to wit;
1, (ieorgfl Hook, Clerk ot the County Court of
irM county, do certify that baud and security
ha> bee* ni ven by the above named trustee, as
required by law.
'liven under my baud this 23th day of October,
18'JQ
v/af GE JSC E HOOK, Clerk,
Tin* above sale hns been continued until
SATURDAY. DICKMBEk, 30, 18'JO, at same
Imo mii.I ulrtro. J. U. SOMMERVILLE,
"uo^iwVr Trustee.
Tlio above salo has boon vju tinned until Toesd?y.
Junuary G, iwi, ?t muiu timo and place.
de.'i J. 11. 8UMMKKV1LLB, Trustee.
The above talc lias been continued untllTuw
ditr- January tl, IS'Jl, at tame timo and placo.
ja* Tthas J. H. S()M nKKVlLLK.Trmcec.
rpRU6T?K'rf SALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust made by Caroline
HcIm) (fclucc deceased) William rtelso and Hon*
ry delse to mo ax irustce, datel January SM, lhW,
jtforded iu the otllce of tho Clerk of ihe County
Co irt of olilo County. West Virginia, fu xscea
ol Trust Hook No. >?, page '22,1 will sell at tho
north front door of tnu Court Houso of said
county. on
SATURDAY, the 31st DAY of JANUARY, 1851,
fcg'nnJng at 10 o'clock a. m., tho following doKrlU<I
|>ro|?crty, Unit l* to say: All thoiutert?tk
of ruihl parties in aud to the north half of
lot numbered twelve lu square six In that part
?f the city of Wheeling, C'hio County, West Vlrplnis,
formerly culled lUchietowu, but now
t?H6l .S)Uth Wheeling.
The iufvJMt of said Caroline Ileise in said
prowty was a dower interest as tbe widow of
Henry Hel*e, de?ea>cd. which interest was extinguished
by ber death; and the interests to be
mid ho* the undivided two thirds bolonglng to
Mid William Ueiae Htid llecry Uelse as two of
the three children and heirs at law of said Hour*
Belie, deceased.
T?a?s of SALE:~0ne<third snd as much more
as the tint-chaser elrcts to pay In cash on the
day of ?ate, the balance in two equal install*
jaunt* at ono ami two years, uotcs bearing interest
from the day of wily to bo given lor the
deferred payments, tho title to bo retained until
prtymcut is made hi lull.
W. J. W. COWDEN, Trustee.
w, If. Hamkr. Auetloneer. .. ,*a
rjUlUSIEE'S KALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust made by Mary
Emma hcclistru lit and 8. Chaa LVehstruth, her
liiutmni!. to ino am trustee, bearinc date May 1st,
A. I> l.Vii), aud recorded iii theolllco of tlio Clerk
of the County Court of Ohio county, West Virginia,
In Deed of I runt Hook No. page ?J0,1
will proceed to hell nt public salo at tbo front
dour of the Court House of said county on
BATURDAY, tbo ?th dftjr of FEBRUARY, 1801,
beginning nt 10 o'clock a. m , tho following dofM-rihtHl
property, that i* to say:
The south thirty-three (S*) loot of lot nnrabored
eleven (II) In square numbered nix (C) iu
tbo City nl Wheeling. ohlo county, Welt Virgin!*.
In that part ol tin* h-iid City of Wheeling
formerly known as Uitchletown.
Beingtbe satno property which was conveyed
to "be said Mary Emma hschstruth by Uinim M.
'i'r.atchcr by d&d dated August 6tn, 1887, and
recorded In the mild clerk's otllce.
The title to toe above property in believed to
be perfect, but selling an trustee I will convey
only the tiilo vested Iu mu by bald deed of trust.
Tr.kmfl ok .-am:?One third aud as much more
as tbo | urcliHS?r elect* to pay In cash, tho balance
In two equal Installments, payable respectively
in mx and twelve months from tbo day of
?'t\ tulles bcarina Interval from tho day of sale
to be Riven for the deferred payments, the title
to be retained until payment ts umde Iu full.
_ ja't C A. tiCHAKFKK. Trudoe.
US TEE'S SALE.
By virtue of a deoJ of trout made by Jtmea
Btmth. Jr.. to me as trustee, bcarlt'g date ou the
17th day of November, tu tbo year 1888, and
worded in th? oillce of tho Clerk of the County
Court of Marshall county, West Virginia, in
Pets! of Trust Book no. ?. pages ?3 aud 291,1
will pr tceed to sell at public auction on the
premises to bo sold In the city of Kenwood, in
tan) county, on
B.irCRDAY.tho 14th DAY of PEB&UARY,lft)l,
beginning nt 10 o'clock n. m., the following doscribed
real estate, situated In tho said city of
Kenwood, that ii to say, all tbst lot No. .19
(thirty-nine) In Kstiad's Third Amended Addl
Hon to the said city of Bouwood. being tbo samo
property k ranted and conveyed to the said James
Smith,jr.. nyA.J.Clarke, nx-'cialcommissioner,
by deea dated the 17th day of November, 1888.
Tkkmh or t'ALK-One thlrd, or as much
more ai the purchaser may clcct, cash In band
on the day of sale, aud tho balance In two equal
Installment*, payable respectively in six and
twcivc month from the day of fate, with Interest,
the purcnasor to give uls not.** for the deferred
installments, with security satisfactory to
the undersigned trustee.
;na tiKO. H. CALDWELL, Truitoo.
rpKUSTEE'S SALE.
? by virtue of a deod of trust raado by Joan
Maulou and Mc'rjr Manlon, his wife, to me u
trustee, dated November 99, DS6, recorded In
ibo office of the CK'rJt of the Countv Court of
Ohio county, \Ve?t Virginia, la Deed of Trust
Book so. 23, jiauw 977. I will sell at the north
front door of tho Court tloiue Qf Mid county on
SATURDAY, UaoSlat DAY of FEBRUARY, 1801,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following
described property, that 1? tn say: Lot uura*
bored flvc In innaro numbered forty-two. in tbo
town of t-outli Winding, being part of tue City
of Wheeling, In ublo County, West Vlrglula.
Tkkma ok mi.*-Ono third and an much tnoro1
iw the pun-hasi,-r olccts to pay In casIi on tae day
ot tn'.t- tlii*baian< c lu two equal installments at
one and two year*, noted bearing Interest from
the day of m!o, to t?e siren for tue deferred payment*
ttio title to be retained uutll payment Is
made iu full.
W. J. W. COW DEN, Traitre.
W. H. Art tton?wr. ja!9
\VAiNTKD-A G001) FIRST-t'LA83
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1'hort dl?unco from motor lino. Addieta,MA.
H. 11.," this oflUv. Jaft
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Apply Addrc?s with two cent stMnp.CONHO .!
DaTED ADJUSTABLE MUOS CO.,aalero lfaM.
? ja9 TThAS
"Yy ANTED.
TO DUY OR RENT.
House with eight or more rooms. Must be
wmtb of Ninth, north of Twenty-fourth and
Wait of Jacob streets
GEO. J. MATHISON,
. ? Real Estate Agent, ?
_ 1*10 CbapUne Street.
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(hecause ? Your appetite is poor?"What
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rpHEINTELUGKMOHBjSA CLEAR
SCHOOL BOOK PIN.
[ Continued from First Page.]
uiiu nu uim ewe ever dots work fur them
?you may rightfully euppoae that he
haa theae personal profits in mind.
In Ilia report of January, 1883, State
Printer Ayres states' tbat be knew exactly
what "plant" he needed, and all he
nei-ded, and tbat it was "one mammoth
edition bindery, one Hoe perfecting
press,"a little type?"a mere trifle"?"to
sorl up."
In nia roport, alter he bad got hia ap- i
propriation, be elates: "I deemed it I
necessary, in order to carry out tbo pro- ,
visions ol this act satisfactorily and intel- '
iigenily, to proceed East and make a <
careful examination of tbe most im- I
proved machinery in use in tbe large <
Eastern establishments. I did no." I
Yes, and besides that, he extended '
his trip to Europe, and traveled all over
that part of tbe world, hunting for "improved
machinery," and all the expense
of his vacation wan paid for from tbo Cal- I
ifornie Statu School-book Fund. 1
CONTINUED OBOWTlt 07 COSTS. 1
The following quotations from enbse- '
quent State Priuteii' reports will be ?
found interesting as showing tbe State t
Printer's unquenchable thirst for "ap- i
propriationa" when once be had been *1
permitted to get np a State school book li
publishing business: u
In 1863 atl be needed was "a mere b
trifle." I
In ISS5 he felt tbat be should havo a a
quarter of a million, but was induced to I
try to "brgin" with $160,000. ii
In 1880 he outlinea almost innumer- c
able new and plausible expenditures. a
In 1888 the new State Printer, Shoaf, si
says: "In assuming my olllce I found a
that tbe text-book business bad not been o
fully established and was incumbered a
with numerous difficulties. The lost c
r^ffinlntnrn nnMOt) nn art annrnnriafino fl
$10,000 to build a fire-proof warehouse 1
for the storage of toxt-books. The re- o
salt shows that tbe coat of manufactur- t!
ins tbe State text-books, as given by my u
ptedeceBsor, J. J. Ay res, fall short of the ji
actual expenditures. (Well, yes,-indeed ii
ihey diu.) No percentage was4 added i<
for contingent expenses, such as wood "
and coal, repairs to machinery, engin- u
eer's supplies, oils, etc., freight and ii
drayage, telephone, gas, ice, water, in- el
surance, plumbing, express, lumber, nor T
for the wages of employes not directly u
employed in tbe manufacture of the u
books, such as foreman, assistant fore* "
man, machinists, porters, time keeper, a'
messengers, carpenter, book-keeper, T
watchman, porter to pack books, etc.. u
nor for the necessary waste of material." p
Shoaf promised to try and estimate
high enough in future, but political
changes cut Bhort his career, after three
months, and J. D. Young became State "
Printer. The State of California is too "
rich to be bankrupted by the text-book J1
business, but how long could sny private
publisher last with such management?
(Superintendent Young says (Report of _
1888): "
"biuce X took charge of the office, *
October 1, 1887, much has b?en done in
the way of improvement. Your Excellency
found the floor of the bindery in a
dangerous condition (this was the floor
Avrpu had <{vndV Ttio nnalohtls nnul :
Bbed was removed and replaced; by
changing some partitions more room haB f
been gained; the elevator is altogether .
unfitted for the work required of it; a
new one should be obtained; the oflice *
should aleo be provided with a fire l
escape; the supply of typo in tbe oflice J
is too small, it is all badly worn, the font w
purchased two or three yearsjago (Ayres' ]jj
report, 2885, above) is very imparled ^
md unsatisfactory; the whole outfit of
tbe book department should be sold and ^
i new one provided; another press,
capable of more speed, is badly needed. X
"After a few weeks' work upon tbe *
text-boobs I became satisfied that the R
price at which they wero being sold was
much less than the cost of manufacture; ? J
he loflB on books eold below cost was J,
B&1?000. The State series of books rejeived
a severe'black eye,' so to speak,
because of being printed on paper of a '?
joor quality, and bound in an unsub lu
itantia! manner, the volumes falling l.(
ipart after very little use, and the comjlaint
pgainst them was universal. I T
javo hail the interior of the bindery re ;P
nodeled, but it is still too small for
)ur uses; we have added somewhat to
,ho machinery; the inking machine
ias broken down, and is too Bmall for ^
lur use."
A iittlo later Superintendent Young 19
toes at it again. Ho says: "The oflice an
leeds another press badly, and in fact, C(
ve cannot do without it. I fear we will pa
)e unable to iesuo tho Elementary Ac
Sraintnar and Physiology in time for *
ho next school year. The appropria- j
ion for the support of tbe Ptate Printing
Department is nearly exhausted" (this .
vas six months before the clove of the (
iecal year; there had been a similar de- Ac
icieucy two yoarj previous). "The <
uking machine broke down again last |
yeek. I will have to ask tbe Legislature Fc
or an appropriation of ?65,000 to carry F(j
he department through until next In]
I uly. The geographies cannot be isaued Ac
intil more people can be employed in ]
.he bindery, and that cannot be done s!
without an addition to tbe building. I i
,hink about $0,500 will pay for an ad? Aj
iition to the west side." Aj
This is the last report; what now
leceosities the one now nearly due will Aj
iiuclose it would require a lively imaginition
to anticipate. i
nOW TUB 8CUJJME WAS ADOPTED.
In the light of these amusing official
locuments it seems astounding that la
rach a scheme could have been worked
through the Legislature. Nothing but
tbe excited condition of the public mind. iD
with the resulting reckless and venal
character of the Legislature, can possibly
account for it. There were not p,
wanting thoughtful pien who foretold
the progress of the scheme with great E;
accuracy, and tbe teachers of the State
were substantially unanimous in their
opposition. But no words of warning
were heeded; the State Printers had the c<
-n? llin T nmnlatlna Mmmlllinin Tlia
On* ui vuu m-f|ioiauiu wiuuuxvvui <uv ..
operation wna very simple; tbe one ,,
honest supporter of tbe scheme among
the teachers was Invited to Sacramento, j:
in his dual capacity of anti-monopolist ?
teacher and an oflicer of the Knights of <r
Labor, and he regaled tbe committee I,
"estimates" which he donbtless believed
correct, but wbese character may be im- ,
agined when it Is stated that they were !,
so low as to make even State i'rinter '
Ayres's first cillcial estimato seem startllngly
high. The Slate Printer astutely j:
worked the enthusitam of bis one honest
co-laborer for all it was worth. The J
nowly elected Superintendent of Public
Instruction?an honorable man, totally
ignorant of any business?waa convert- ,
ed, and a report was brought in recom- '
mending the aubmission of tbe neceaea- '
ryamendmontto the Constitution to tbe J
people.
At this stage of tbe proceedings the j*
various publishing houses interested in "
tbe California .trade stated that tbey "
were approached by persons assuming F
lo.represent influential members of the "
Legislature and urged to "take bold and r
stop tbe thing." Various sums were ,
mentioned as likely to be sulB dent for '
tbe purpose, ranging from $1,500 to $3, ?
000. Tbe publishers believed these f
propositions to be fatly authorised, but [
tbey did not even senu an agent or rap* .
reaentatlve of in; kind to the Lsglsla* ;
lure, or raiae a hand or apend a dollar
to interfere with the icbrme.
c
| oppositjo.v op supkrintkkdxmts. i
Under the law! of the St>ta ol Call- 1
(ornia the County School Superintend- (
enta of the State meet aa a body at the t
call ol the State Superintendent, naually I
In biennial wwiona. Thia ia an official I
meeting held at the expenae of the pub- f
lie with the avowed object ol dlacusaing '
question! afiecting the public echoola <
aid making recommendations to the '
Legislature. Thil aawmbly la an official I
body, elected by the tame cenitituendee 1
that elect membera ot Leginlature, and t
certainly mote competent than any Leg
ialaturuto judge of such a question a
that ol State publication* of text-books
At the biennial Bunion of this body ii
December,. 1882, Jatt previoui to thi
meriina of the Legislature of 1883, thi
subject was brought up for discussion it
view ol the lata declaration of one polit
icai party in its farorand tbesnbsfquen
limited discussion in the public press
The calling ol the roll, alphabetically
for opinlona, showed the superintend
enta to be practically unaniuioua is
their opposition to State publication
and a committee ol fire ol tbe abtesl
superintendents, representing someol
the populous counties ol Boooma, Lot
Angeles, Ban Mateo, Contra Costa and
reliama, was raised to prepare a report
jn the subject, to be laid, aa Intended
jy law, before the Legialature. Two
lays later the committee presented!
.remendoua assault on the tyatem,
vhich was unanimously adopted.
UOW Till AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED,
This report, backed up with an ap<
>endix of tables, giving the detalla from
rhlch the conclusions of the committee
vere drawn, was laid before tbe Legia'
ature, but it recetved no attention whativur.
It 1b not probable, that it was ever
r-ad by SBingle member. In due time
be proposed amendment received the
lecessary two-thirds vote of both
ranches of the Legislature, and waa
tld aside to be voted lor by tbe people
a the autumn of 1884. Bad each voter
-en obliged to writs "lor" or "against"
he amendment on hia ballot not five in
hundred would ever have voted at all.
t wnnld have been defeated, however.
n that case, as the more intelligent
itiieus, eo far as thoy thought of it at
II, were opposed to it. But there were
overal other amendments at the
atno time. These were designated
n the ballots simply by their numbers,
nd in that way attached to a long ticket
detaining a long list of State, Congres*
ional, county and municipal officers,
tie county committees of the various
arties printed "For" or "Against," as
bey saw tit, against each of the amend*
leuts, ond the electors voted for them
sat as they got them. The public feel*
ig was such that the county comrait3es
of all parties printed their tickets
For" text book amendment. Tne
jachers generally scratched "For" and
iserted "Against." The public voted
traight. In one or two counties?
oulumne and Tehama?some enterpris*
ig teacher got the committees of one or
lore parties to print, the tickets
Against" the text book amendment,
nd the people voted them just the same,
he general result was the almost unaniious
adoption of the amendment by the
eople in November, 1884.
pbotxst ybom tjie t&achbrs, #
Before thid was accomplished, bow*
per, there was yet one more earnest
ad dignified protest from a competent
ad intelligent body?the California
late Teachers1 Association?which it
ould seem ought to have produced
)me eff.ct. At the meeting of this as*
jciation in December, 1834, the amend*
lent being then bnforo the people to be
oted for in November, 18S5, the subject
uh brought up and referred to a cum*
litteo of eleven of the very strongest
lucational men of tho State. Their
nines will be found appended to the
sport, which was unanimously adopted
y the association.
Tne opinions of the teachers as set
rth in the report are the opinions of
le teachers of California to-day. Derite
their protests the system was esblisbed
by the State, and the time has
irdly come for any full expression from
tem. When the proper time comes the
iucational men will again make themlives
heard, and that in no uncertain
' ineffective manner. A few of these
en have been employed by the State
Dard in the "compilation" of some of
le hooka; still others have been freely
lonsulted" in the matter; some others
jpe to bsBO employed or consulted in
e future. These few men and their
fecial friends must, in common grati*
de and consistency, speak well of what
vy have helped to do, but whoever
ill mingle among the teachers at their
rge gatherings-or listen to the discusma
which frequently spring up in the
achera' Institute, can have any doubt
the overwhelming condemnation
blch is in store for tbe system when
c time comes for the teachers to speak
eir mind.
TOTAL KXPKX8B8 OF TITS SYSTEM.
Let us take a view of the situation in
e present year. The following table
compiled from the printer's reports
id is accurate. Tho item of $15,000 for
>oke's Entomology has not yet been
lid into the Text-book Department:
it approved February 20, 1885.
or "Compiling" .........83),000
r machinery, materlul and
'rtntlug -150,000
Total flTO.COO 00
terrat on same, 6 joart, 0 per
sent-?. ... 51.000 00
:Ut of March 15. 1887?Dcfl:Iencjr
rexi-book Department. 7,500
re proof warehouse for text
iwki .......... 10.C09
r "Corai>Jlln#"...~~.?.??? 15,000
ir machinery, material and
printiuR 165,000107,500 00
tcre?t on tame, three yearn s?,4W 00
:tn of March 1, 18?>-Halary
text boox clerk in superintend
ieut'a om?e, uno year 1,600
me, In General Appropriation
tet, two yean....... , 3,Vf00
:toi March 14, 18sl?? For enlancing
Suite PrlntLc OOice... 11,000
:t of March i9,1839?For copy*
right au?t plates of t'ook'a Entomology..
15,000
tt o/ March 21, INTO (General
Appropriation Act)?For my
of employes, machinery and
material, iextbook Department.?..
. 50,000
Total 1 - 80.800 00
tcr?u ou name, one year....?.. 4,iH8 00
iluo of book* in handa of pupil*,
but th own away to make
room for Slate booka, partly
...1 oca nftft nn
Icreit" SHOf this Bum,
ouo yo*r ? 12,000 00
Tout _. 1801,Mi M
Mure Hi*to Prlntct'a ortgtuot
Bhilmate - 3J.1S5 37
Keen Hbuvo blalo 1'rlutcr'H oiUioato...
; 8709,122 CI
c?r ? ninvn a.vd wnu,
We now come to the problem of tho
>st to the people. The tax-payers are
at. 68 fihown Id the above table. Neverlelees,
the books ere not free. They
>8tenormonsly. The actual retail price
I a set o( Slate books is $4 40. The
holesale price of these books is $3 20
he present wholesale price of similar
ooks published clsewhero is abont tho
line. If the State of California should
ay all their books of private publishers
ley would not cost more than $2 75 a
st. And the books of the publishers
re infinitely ahead of the State books
i printing, illustratfoss and literary
alue. If the State tries to furnish the
ooks free the Lax-payers must foot tbe
rhole cost, flow much would that be?
The State, up to December, 1889, had
isaed something over 707.000 books of
II slues. To do this bad cost in approbations
over 8SOO.OOO, and also some
233,000 received from tho sale of books,
ud-used in tbe "Revolving Fund." It
i easy to see that every single book (sot
set) represents a taxpayer's expense of
ver $1 401 They are the highest text*
ooks over known in the world, and to
omplete the hideous mockery, we have
nrred out tbe works of tbe groat educalonal
writers for the weak and stupid
fork of new and untried writers. There
i common sense Id the pltn of tbe Slate
laying text-books and furnishing them
ree to every pupil. As faf a? can be deermined
from tbe printing estimates,
och a course would result in saving tbe
teople not leas tban one-half. In Mama
ihusetts tho annual'expense to each
>aj>U is only forty-six cents and lour
In this connection it mast be nnderitood
that tbe State Printing Office baa
bus far been printing quantities of
>00ka very far in excess of what will be
he permanent requirements of the
State. To thla date it baa been nearly all
'introductory work." There were, of
Murse, no 8tate books In use to begin
With, and every pnpil In tbo State had
io be supplied with the new books,
These books wen not all introduced at
s once, u many counties bad iwilmcls
.with publl?heni which did not expire
i till 1888 When tho schools htvo cuim
i baeu full; supplied with the ut-w bonk*,
i the annual Mies will atoncofall o!T to
? a boat oae-third of the total number of
: boolu is use a'. nr? time, and in the I
i cue of the large? and more exp-ntlvo
books, of less than that, and this ret
dnced and permanent ontpnt of books
. must bear all the harden of tlis enor,
mous interest charge.
THE BOOKS ABB LITgRABY FAH.UBIS.
The above completes the exhibit of
1 the financial side of this monstrous fol[
ly. Astonishing as it is it would be well
1 for the State if it were the worst of it.
The ireat evil of the business, however,
is nn the educational side, in the injur;
ii.ilicted on the schools by foisting upon
them by the strong arin of the law at
> great cost a series of books which no
reputable publishing house would ever
think of offering to the public, and
which tbey could nover get adopted if
tbey did. This evil is, perhaps, less
tangible than the financial loss, but it is
the greatest evil, and the one especially
felt by teachers. This was foretold bv
?ham whnnthAwliAmn Vfl), fimt lirOlnheCl.
and this will finally arouse then! to the
complete overthrow of the system.
What a Change
is wrought in people who sailer from
rheumatism when tbey take Hood's
Sanaparilla. The acidity of the blood,
which causes the disease, is neutralized,
the blood is purified and vitalized, the
aching joints and limbs rest easily and
quietly, and a feeling of serene health is
imparted. Hood's Barsaparilla has ac*
complished wonders for thousands sub
ject to rheumatism. Try it yourself. 8
The man who will complain that a
twenty minute sermon is too long will
sit half a day watching a couple of cht-ss
players making two moves.?Norrtitown
Herald,
No Mutter How Jlortl i
any druggist tries to sell you his own '
cough medicine, remember he does it
becHUSo he makes more money on it. !
Insist on having Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lange, /or there is no cough <
remedy so pure and none so quick to J
break up a cold. For influenza, soreness
of the throat and tickling irritation with
constant cough Kemp's Balsam isan iin- (
mediate cure. Large bottles 50c and $1.
At all druggists'. 4 (
How to ouccecd.
This Is the great problem of life which
few satisfactorily eolve. Some /ail be- <
cause of poor health, others want of
luck, but the majority from deficient
grit?want oi nerve. They are nervous,
irresolute, changeable, easily get the i
blues and "take the spirits down to keep J
the spirits up," thus wasting money, :
time, opportunity and nerve force.
There is nothing like the Restorative )
IServine, discovered oy tne great special
ist, Dr. Miles, to care all nervous dis*
eases, as headache, the bluet?, nervous
prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St.
Vitus dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial J
bottle and lioe book of testimonials free a
at the Logan Drug Co's. ttjisaw-2
Findlay, Ohio, May 1, 1890. i!
IJ .if. Look Red C.ovtr Co., Detroit:
Gxntlbmxk I have been using your J
1 FJnld Extract of Bed Clover for const) J
pation, and And it a truly wonderful tried- J
icine, in fact does mitre than you claim j
for it. I cheerfully recommend it to any jj
one suffering from that or kindred com* J
plaints. Yours respectfully, a
Fbkdkbick Lddkk. J
The above is but one of many such Ni
letters we are receiving every day. If U
Sou are ailing try Loosb's Extract Red J
lover. II it does you half as mnch good q
as Mr. Luden, you will be well repaid. J
If it does you no good after faithful trial J
return the bottle to druggist you pur- &
chased of snd he will return your mone^, l:
as such is our instructions. Only try it
is all we ask. Jj
For sale by Logan Drug Co. daw 91
u
Sick lleudache. *
Loose's Bed Clover Fills cure Sick a
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Conatipalion.
25c per box, & boxes for$l.
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw J
j
Wellington has two cases of smallpox, "
but fortunately the people in that town |J
live so far apart that there is not much (1
danger of the disease spreading.?Kantai
City Star. j
The Olive Branch basal ways been used if
as an emblem of peace and good will. H
When the dove returned to the ark with
the Olive twig in its month it bronght J
joy and peace to Noah and his family. 0
Tho mission of "Olivs Blossom" is to *
1 1 l.l
carry juy? pmvo ouu unuui w cmferiug
women.
bold by Logan Drug Co., 0. R. Goetze, ?
W.VV. Irwin, AV. E. Williams,C. Schnepf, J
0. Menkemeller, VV. 0. Armbright, VV. f'
H. Williams and M. W. Hetnricf; J. W. J
Darrata, Kolston A Oo., Martin's Ferry; t
Bowie & Oo., Bridgeport; 0. M. Wy
rick, Beilaire; St. Olair Bros., Bonwood. |
A Fatal Mistake.
Phyaiciana make no more fatal mis* 11
take than when they iuforra patients J
that nervous heart troubles come from o
the stomach and are of little conse- "
quence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted J
ludiana specialist, has proven the con* s
i trary in his new book on "Heart Die- {
ease," which may be had iree at the 8
I Logan Drag Go.'s, who guarantees and j,
recommends Dr. Miles' unequaled New a
| Heart Oure, which has the largest sale 0
of any heart remedy in the world. It
cures nervous and-organic heart disease,
short breath, fluttering, pain or tender* a
nets in the side, arm or shoulder, irregu- n
lar pulse, fainting, smothering, dropsy, c
etc. His Restorative Nervine cures [
headache, fits, etc. TTiisdw-2 6
Bbechax's Pills cure Sick-Head- ?
ache. ' - 4 J
Pile*, Pllef, Piles. c
Loose's Red Olover Pile Remedy is a 1
positive specific for ail forms of the disease.
Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcer* j
ated and Protruding Piles. Price 50c.
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw
r
u
1
When Baby was cick, we gate her Cosiona
When idie was a Child, she crlcd for Ca*tor!a, ^
When she became Mian, she clung to Castoria
WhtM ah* had Children, she ja*e thorn Castorl*
I.*'..' |
finding atonic, or children who want build- 7
Inn tin. should tako J
DIIOIV.VS IllO.t BlTTXni. c
It la pleasant to take, cure* Malaria, Indl* f
gatlou, WlotaaesM and Utcf Campluuiu. ,j
Baokleu'a Arnica Halve.
The best salve in tbe world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcere, rait rheatn, fever
cores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cares piles, or no pay rrquircd. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money reloaded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Logan Drug Co.
AScihVTomanwbo gavo a 'possnm
dinner without sweet potatoes has lost
berpretigeM a social loaaer.?Aarwa* i
City Star,
No Wreck Ashore
Wu ever more hopclcwly "trended than a
wrecked conatltullou, whether lta disaster be
the product of tome formidable malady, or that
low, premature decty that teema to fa*ion upon
some constitutions without apparent adequate
cause. An exoellent mean* of checking thla
gradual drain of the sources of vitality U the
beneficent tnnto, Hostetur's stomach Bitter*,
which promotes digestion, enriches the Wood
and ttves substance as well aa stamina to an en*
feebicd frame. Constipation, feebleness of the
kidneys and bladder, ferer and ague and rheumatism,
are among the bodily ailments which
it remedlea promptly and thoroughly. Persist
enoe.lnltauieli well merited by it.
fijnancb and mm;.
Tha Featnres of the Mon?y nud Block
Markets.
. New York, Jan. 2l.-Money ou cull easy,
ranging from 2 to 3 per ccnt. lait loou 8 i>ei
cent, closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile
i?per (mi per c?nt. etcrliag cxchassc
quiet and steady at It tu%a4 W. Bale* 115,623
shares.
Tho stock market to-day wai again very dull,
tbe business of tbe day being the svalieat lor
tnsny.weeks, while the fluctuations were strictly
in harmony wtth tbe trading, and avaln there is
not a ilnK e change of note 'rom last night's figures.
Tbe Industrials wt-re tbe most prominent
features, and Chicago Gas for a time displayed
some atretiRtli. New England was. if any lung,
the strong point on tbe railroad iist. while considerable
pressure upon Atchison forced It off a
fraction Th* rest of tbe ll.t was very dull, and
featureless throughout, and the market at tho
close wns steady far to* list, while displaying
some * ei kties* among the leader*.
Railroad b-mils more active; sales 81,COO,000.
Goreraiflont bonds dull ?nd steady.
B ste bouds dull and Arm.
BONDS AND STOCK QUOTATIONS?CLOSED BID.
U. 8,4s reg............? Obtoft Mississippi- 18
U. 8.4s coupons 120 do preferred. k'i
U. 8.4fts re& -.103 Orcitou improve't. 24
U. 8.4){s coupon... 103 Oregon NaT 77
PacMcftoi '? 10!) Oreg< m Trans ... 1 G){
Adams Express 140 PscTflc Mall?...... 81
American Expresa.115 Pittsburgh-. 150
Canada Pacitlc?.. ~*y4 Pullman t'alace....l&7U
Canada Southern... M> Reading . Jra
Central Paciflc~ :?0 !U?clc Island-...?. Gi
Cbesarx*Jte<fc Uhlo in sit U A Baa Fran.... ?
do first preferred 4CW St Paul ? M%
rto second pref'd #>? do preferred 110
Cbi.Bur. 4 qulncy. t*? 8t- l'?ul & Omaha... 24)f
Del A Hudson.. l&'i'w' do preferred........ tfl
Del., Lack. <b * est.i:?V, Teun.uoal & Irou... 37
Denver dsR. G- IVH Texas Pacific -.. 16
Erie....- ? s?)g Union Pacific......... * >%
Fort Wayne 14tf U.S. Express G8
Illinois Central 97 W., Bt. L. JL P 10
Kansas ct Texan..... rl% do prefeimU...... VJ%
l*ake Shore 107 v. Well* Fargo Ex.....l4U
LouUvilluiSc Nash.. 77^ >Vestern Union...... 7V%
Memphis a Chas.... 4U Atn.Cottou OIL......
Mfeblgan central... 'Jl Colorado Coal M
MUnourl Pari He.... <V>% Iron hilvor.... ICO
Nashville A Cbatt. W Quicksilver ?
N'owJerseyCentral.liaJi do preferred. 38
Norfolk deW.praf'd W ^uiro......... 8
Northern Pacific....'/% lUchm'dAW. P.T.. 17%
do preferred- 71 Atchison ?
Northwestern... 10(5 Chicago Gas. itf-i
do preferred 134 Lead rrusU ?
New York CentraLlOlX 'Jugar ..... ?Dread
staff* ana Provialons.
Chicago, Jan. 20.?Wheat market was weak
it the opeufng this mor fog. It \vu of abort
duration, and good buying sent May to toe before
11 o'clock. The caulo advices indicated a
hardening tendency at Liverpool, and considerable
flrmneaa In the French eouutrv markets.
The first advance waaon bratltlrtet't report that
Iho vUilile supply had decreased 1.750,000 bushl'Ih
during the week. Subsequently wheat
tagged lo Ol^c, but strengthened on report* of
considerable export business.
Cora market active and irregular.
Oaia du I.
Provision market was weak, closing a little
cliauged in price.
Flour steady and unchanged.
Wheat?Cash No.2 spring S'.tJ^c; No. 3spring
llaSO-*; No. 2 rod IMfcaWc; Jaimnry 8S)6abV%t
Mav MXaKftaKc; July lWaa0Jia?0?^c
corn?Cash No. 2. 4tfe; January 4h%.49^c;
Hebruarj- 4U)4c: April 40c; May bliintoxnbtc.
OxT?-t:win No. 2, 44c; January 43%aiic: May
l5VCa4Ca45J'?e: June 41>;*15a45c.
Kyb?No. 2, 70c.
Fiax8Eici>-5110.
TlMOTUY >KKD-fl 25.
Mess Pork-Cash #10 12^; January |10 05a
LOSfclOtt: February 11 (Mali 25; May fio 60a
10 72Xal0 CO.
LARD-f'aah, January and February ?5 75;
klay to 12ksfl tffal 15.
-iionT Knts -Cash ft 75*4 65; January *1 S2>^a
I 85a4 Ki\i: February f4 82ka4 85; April U \'i%\
kIayl52*585aVJ7#.
8H0UL0UIH?St 15*4 20; abort clear 15 00a510.
WJfJJKV-Sl 14.
Others unchanged.
New York, Jan. 21.?Flour, receipt* 21.000
>ackagcs; exports 3,WO barrels; markot steadier
kutl ?iutet: sales 18,000 barren. Wheat, receipts
o.ooo bushels; export"30,000 bushels; sales l.5??4.00
bushe'sof futures and 68,000 busbela of spot;
narket higher and firm, moderate dtmaud; do.
red 8101; ungraded red ?7>(ra|? 05?$: options
tropg; No. 2 red January |1 05Ji; February
1 vb%; March 8105%; MayllU3%ilM. clo*i g
t 9t Juno 81 oAialt01%, clmd"g at 810t%;
uly We; August 95kc. Corn, receipt* 82,nu)
lunhels; exports 31,100 bushels; sales 472,000
usbels of futures and CC.000 bushels of spot:
pot market stronger; ungraded 60?jaGi^c;
anuary CuJ^c; March tAtftc: May 65j?c.
uts, receipt* Cfl,<*)0 bushcis; sales IIW.ujO
ushels of futures and 104,000 bushcis
f spot; n tot market higher and less
ctlve; January 61?{c; hebruaryand March 4.VJSc;
iK?t No. 2,45c; mlxe<l 60a53c; white do 52a&ic;
10. achiwu,". 62>Jc. Hny and hops llrm. Coffee
leady. 5 points down to 16 up. ^'ar fairly acIve
Molasses firm lUce llrm; domestic fair to
xtra OKc. Tallow dull. Uosln steady. Turpcnluc
quiet at 40jic. Eggs firm at '28a2S>4c. Pork
Jet and steady;* old mess S'J 75; new mess
11 Wall 75: extra prlmo $9 fioain uo. Cut meats
rm. Lard lower and active; western steam
1 H7K; January 8001; February 8005; March
519; April80 3?; May 10 37. lluttcr weak; dairy
Jcrc. Checso quiet; Ohio Hats 7}{a9%c.
piiiladblfhu, Pa., Jan. 21.?Flour quiet,
"heat quiet; No. 2 rod January WaWJ^c; Febiiary
WXcaSt 0-j; March 8l0lJ&rt02; April
L 01. Corn firm and higher: No. 2 mixed, Jan*
aryand February March W^afiOc;
.pril 59%afi0c Oats quiet; No. 2 white January
LaM%c; February 5l%a52c; Match &2ka&^c;
prll WaW^. Eggs llrm; Pennsylvania lltaU
<c
Bai.timork, Md., Jan. 21.?Wheat western
rm; *o. 2 winter red spot and January W)fc:
lay 81U3Mal03)C Corn tlrm; mixwi spot and
auuary t,?>jc; Mayf>7J4c. oats firm; westeru
'lilto Wc. Kyo nominal at H0a?2c. Hay dull;
rime to choice timothy 810 Wall 00. Provis
mi nntnitiMl unit lint hnni-t'il Jtnttor unlet
rcxb 20c. Coflco ilrm; K c i9&e.
Cincinnati, Jan. 21.?Flour quiet. Wheat
Mlur; No. 2 red90c; iecclpi*4 500 bUBhoU;shl?lentfl
2,i00 btmhcla. Corn stronger; No. 2mixed
3Kc. UaU nrm; No 2. mixed 47}{c. Rye Urm
176c. Provisions ea*y. Whisk* ?u*dy ucfl 14.
lutier, augat and cheese Urm. Kgga dull at 22c.
Tolkdo, 0.. Jan 21.?Wheat Arm and higher;
ash 9j%c; May 9sftc; July 9io; August t>9ij$c.
orn dull; ciwti 515*0; May biKc. Oata quiet;
ssli 40c. Clovereeed llrm and higher; cash
1 U%; February SI 45; March fl 60.
Live Stock.
East Liberty, Pa.. Jan. 21 ?Cattlo-ItecelpU
51 bead; ahipments 091 noad; market steady;
rimo 81 r>TmA 00;(air to Rood 93 ?5a4 25; common
3 00*3 50; row*, bulls and mixed 9*iQa300.
logs?Receipts 3.750 bead; shipments 2.1C0 head:
wrket Blow; Philadelphia* 83 90*4 00; mix-d
3 75a3 H'?; heavy Yorkeia $n ?)a3 76; light Yorkrtt
93 40*3 60: pigs 82 75*3 25. Sheep-Rec-tptJ.
,8-0 head: shipments 1,400bead; m*rkot firm;
rime $5 25*5 M); (air to good 94 50*4 75, common
2 50*1 to; lambs $5 l>-*0 bO; calves S3 60.
Chicago, III., Jan. 21.?Cattle? Receipt* 14.000
cad; shipment* 4,000 hvad; market lower;
ictn, prime extra export*. 9(95*5 10; common
0 Rood 83 20*4 &); stookori 92 00*3 25. Uogs-Reeipta50.000
head; shipments 7,000 head; market
1 W ami weak; ronuh and common 9330a3 85;
ilr to good pat JccrB $3 45*165; prime h'? vy and
utcher weight* 83 (Was 65; light 93 4 *3 55.
hfcep? Receipts 13.000 head: shlpmeut* 1.000
end; market Blow: native* 93 75*526; westerns
4 25*4 90; Texaas 9125*4 ('. ; lambs 96 0u*5 85.
Cincinnati, O., Jan. 20.?Hogs less active and
ower. common and light 93 00*h 05; packing
ud butcbcrH93 50n3 75; receipts 6,000 head; shipacuta
1,000 head.
Petroleum
Vnw YOBK, Jsn. 21.?Petroleum opened a'cady,
4vauceu klightly, then became dull and reaaiutdao
until thecloMj. 1'oMinvlviinla spot:
ipenli g. highest, lowest And cloMug 7 Jc. Fobuary
optl ? opened at highest aud closug
at T^rc: lowest 73><c. Lima no bales, bale*
7,i> 0 b?riela
On. City, Pa., Jan. 21.-~0pcn?l at73J<c: high*t?4c;
lowest 73%c: closed at 73%?; tales KV
00 barrels: clearauccs '?8,0 0 bnrrem; run* 15,770
larrels; ihipmcuu 01.850 barrels.
Uradpobd. Pa., Jan. 21.?opened at 7J9ic;
losodat?HJir.; hlKhest"-Jc; lowest 7Sj^c; clear,nccs
24WA?o bwrtU.
PrmuuBOH. Pa.. Jan. 31.-OJ1 market dull;
peucd at 73?ic; closed at73){c; highest 73%c:
uwoil 7&5?c.
Metnl.
Nbw Yobk. Jan. 21.?Pig Iron quiet; Amerlan
81560al7 59, Copper neglected; 'n*o Janiary
815 Mi. Leau nominal; domcotic 8140.
:in quiet; siraiu 5 JO.U
Cotton.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 21.?Cotton ileal?; midlllng
9Xc.
IlaUlmor? Live Stock Market.
nilTIUnM I.jvr Turn Vi?M 1
Monday. Jan. io. f
Swi^r?'The receipts this week, Rome2,000 bend
ess than last week's untnbrr, constitute a supily
about equal to the general demand fr.?m
ditchers, which 1* reported by nearly all dealers
m belug ouly fair. The quality in about like
hat of liuit week's offerings. Heavy bogs are not
it very ready Rale. \Ve*quoo most of the aalos
if goo<1 hogs at 5a5j<ic. and roujths at 4*4>$c per
b. neu Receipts of hog* this week numbored
',109 head.
CLARrMONT STOC* YAEDS, \
llALTIMOBE, Jan. 19. 1891. J
Arrival* of llvo stock at Claremont Stock Yard*
rla lialtlmnro & Ohio railroad for the wetk
v?ded January 18.?188 cam. containing 1.912
ait tie, a calven, 435 ahcep aud lambs, 8,161 hoga.
K) horses and C9 uiules.
Shipments to Mew York, Philadelphia, Ac,
Seattle. ahceps and Uunba, 4,096 hoga, 9
noraea, 3 calves and 24 mules.
Alt flogh and sheep *oid in these yards are at
gross weight. Kcccipta this week 4,017 head,
isatnat 8,7U7 head last week; fair to good bog*
?o)d at 941 ?120 and roughs at 13 25 por 100
lbs. Figs f3 76a 4 00.
Receipu of sheep and lambs 435 head, with
nles at 13 &0a&25 per 100 lbs for sheep, and lamb*
laOKc per lb. t ^ ,
Pilest Files! Itching Piles.
St^iton*?Moisture: intenso Itching and
stinging; moat at night: worse by scratching.
If allowed tocontiuue tumors form, which of*
ten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore.
BWAYNB'a Ointment ?tOfs the Itching and
bleeding, hoals ulceration and In most ca*?s removes
the tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for
Mcent*. Dr. 8wayne dt Hon. Philadelphia.
"How to Care Ail nkiu Diseases."
Simply apply "Swathe's Oikymkht." Koln*
terns 1 medicine mjulrod. Cures, tetter, ecse>
ma, itch, all eruptlous on the fsce. hands, noso.
Ac., leaving thoakln dear, whlto and healthy.
Its great hwllug and curative powers arc possessed
by no uther remedy. Ask your druggist
forSWAYXg'a ointment TThSAW
Children Cry forPitchert Jfcitoria.
5ww
See it erow ! You won't have to look back far.
a o * 1877 was the year when Pearline
started in to take charge of washing and cleaning. It was a
new idea; people didn t know about it; when they did find
out, they were afraid of it. ?
But look at it now. Every year has been a big advance
011 the year before ? and 1890 a bigger advance than ever.
It's the biggest year, against the biggest opposition?smoothtongued
peddlets to fight against, cheap prices and poor
quality, prize packages, imitations of all sorts. But Pearline
started ahead and has kept there?and now it's farther
ahead than ever.
A poor thing can't grow like this. A dangerous thing
rnn'f" ^ Finrl mil" fr*t* vnnrcplf wKtf // ?/? m*nwc Act
-" * ? < ** ^ vui^wi ? / nwr ??m> jji vii Ji * wi\
about it of some one who is using it.
Beware of peddlers and imitations. S> JAMES PYLE, Kcw York.
oil aui'i'MKs. 1 ~
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91 and 92 Water St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
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xvsby article, tool ob appliance needed at
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For Steam, Gas, Petroloum or ^ate^^^^^^
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ERIE, 3?_A._,
MANUFACTURERS 07
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1011 STEAM, HAS, WATER AND Oils
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OP KV*BY DESCRIPTION.
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-^1 bhaimch office : f1958
litoertv street.
PITTSBURGH, fa.
Other branch itorcn at all the principal roints io Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio Oil Flelda.
every WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF
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b^p not to spllt!
the mark 3xtot to discolor!
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: superiority. It is because of this superiority that the ;'
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the laundn/To use it is Vo value rtWhat
Trill SAPOIJO do? Wiiy it will clean paint, mako oilcloths
bright, oml jjivo tlio flaon, bJb'iaz and shelves a r.ew appearanco. It will
take tbo prcc.:o of tko fiislica and ou ths pots and pans. Yon can iconr
tlio iciiivcs end forks -witii it, and make too tin things shine brightly. The
wash-basin, tlio Iiath-tub, oven tlio greasy latchon sink will bo ai clean as
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elovor houiokocpo': aail try it
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ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., NEW YORK.
Railway Time Card.
Arrival and departure ol trains on and alter
Not 1G, 1890. Explanation or Bsruxhca
Manas: Dally; ftionday excepted; (Monday
sail??; 9thS0m!lJtSSP ??'t;
dm'at.1-|u V. k.h.?jfom/.iw, ham a kbits.
I *6 am Wuh.C'y, Bait, FhlLA N.Y *11: *0 pa
*2:80 pm IWa*h.<;'y, Halt., Phil A N.Y. *12:46 pa
12:06an Waih.C'y, Bait., l'hll.A N.Y. ?}?:l&au
18:00amL....Cumbcrlaud Accom....... f6:06pa
*2:80 pm .MMMM.Grafton Acoom~MMM.. *12:46 pm
18:00 amL?..Moundsvlile Aocom 112:45 pm
ri-aopml Mmnirt?TllIe Aroom.. t b:06i?m
PKr??T. Io.tVU.U.U.?C'.d'U.i/ir.,VYe?l ARBiri.
7:60 am For Columbui and Chicago *12:66 am
1! :06 an Columbus. Cln. and Chicago *6:10 pa
*10:45pm Chicago Limited......... *6:60aa
110:40 pm .Columbus. Cln. * tit. Louis. *6:40 am
M MpnLM....CoIuinbns Accom fU:OOam
fil :0ft amL....8t. Clalrevi lie Accom fl 1:00 am
4:30 pm L....Bt. ClalravllioAooom fC:10pm
1 l::?i iin.|Cnlnmhus A Cincinnati Ex. .........
dkfaht. itt.au. u.k.? h'.j'db. lHv. ajuuyk.
*6:46amL.MMMror Pittsburgh.......... *11:00 am
*7:'J0aaliMM.MM....Plttsburgb.M.~..M... *6:66pm
*6:a)pmL...Pittaburgh aud East...... *10:80 pm
fl:40pm1 - Pittsburgh fl2:46;pm
Pittsburgh |2:8uam
tfttaoproj. Wsifrlngton. Pa.. Accom... f7:60 am
DM**m | ti, C. at at. u tut. akkive.
t7:20amLM..MM...PUtJiburL'h. t'Jnt1 pm
fl :85 pm Lpi tu burgh and Neir York, f8:48 pa
f 4:20pmLpltts)>iirgb and New York. filiOOaa
f):40pm Lplttibirgh and N. Y. Ex
wnvr.
17:20 am Express, Ciu. and St Louis *6:60 an
tt:40i>m Kxnreas. Cln. and Ht. LouU W:20nm
f l .-nspm Kxprow.Btcubcnvillcd: Col |8:45pm
U:1Q nmi,..g(gMb?nr?lo?fcDtfnri toon.. J...?..
UAt AtvT. V. a 1'. K. it. ARRIYR.
t5:50am .PItUbR'h, Cleve. St Chicago
f9:43am Btcnbeuville Accom l:lBpm
fit :12 am JPltUburgh and New York., f 1:12 am
t2:00 pm .....Cleveland audChlcago..* 9:00 am
t3: M pm ^PltUburxh and New York.. 5:62 pm
?^1p?pL LlverpooL.~.~.l|i2:mam
V?l'?*T. O.. U Ol * . K. K. ARRIVE
fl2:18pm Ezpreaa. Cleveland, K 4W. 3:11)pm
jft:l2pm ?...Manlllon Accom.....? f 1:33 am
18:00 am BL cialrartlle Accom? ?> :8ft am
tio:;?am ?Bt. Clalravlllo Accom-.... 1:16 pm
12:19 pm ?.St. ChdnrUlo Acoom 5:30 pm
6:21 pm ......St. Clairarille Accom?. 8:UI pm
1:18pm -Local Freight and Accom..jf 12:06pm
uai'aat. UU10 ttl V J?K R. R. AEMV*.
7:00 am ............... Pawwimer............... 11:06 am
11:10am ..?Passenger.-..?..-. ?3:Upm
*4:4) pro|....,M?.?...PasaonKer??8:00pm
leave B., Z. ?$? O. RAILROAD. ARK1Ya
biixairi beiaaire
4:40pm H^cllalreandZancsYtllle.H. 10:20am
7:00am MlEodTraln -,_i 8:16pm
BTEAMKR BKLLAJRE.
Loare Wheeling, Dally Trip, City Time?9:40,
8:30.10:00 and 11:45 a* m.; 2:00,4:00,6:00 p. m.
Leave Wheeling Sundays, City Time-?:00,
10:00 ?nd 12:00a. m.: 2:00.4:00.6:00p. m.
1141 LllO A 1)8.
WHEELING ELM GROVE RAIL
fV II AD. On and alter Monday, December
1,1090, trains will run as lollowa, City Time:
leave wheeling.
*3:00 a. m., 7:00 a. a., 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m., 10:00
a. m., 11:00 a. m., "12:00 m., 1:00 p. m., 2:00 p.
m.,8:00 p. m., 4:00p. m., 6:00p. m., 6:00 p.m.,
7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00 p. m., 10:45 p. m.
Leave Kui Grove.
6:00 a. m.. 7:00 a. m? 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m.,
10:00 a. m.. 11:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 1:00 p. m.,2:C0
p. la., 8:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m , 5:00p. m.. 6:00 p. m?
V-Ofi tv m.. K'lii n. m . 0:(M n. m.. Mrfln ?. m.
Pall* except 8nnday.
SUNDAY?Church trains leare Elm Grove at
9:43 a.m. and Wheeling at l?:l7p. m.
J. 0. G1LLKLKN,
del General Manager.
gALTIMORE A OHIO KAILBOAD?
Departure and arrival ol
train* at Wheeling. Eaatern
t,me' ^odnle ,n oI"
00 MAIN LINK'EAST.
Uf]^ For Baltimore, Phlladel*
J ; pli I h and Now York, 12:06 a.
m.,4:65 am., 2:30 p.m.dally.
<nffi rrr Cumberland acoommoda*
Uon^8:00 a. m. dally, except
Grafton Accommodation, 2:90 p.m., dalfy.
Moundsrilie Accommodation, b;00a m., and
2:F 0 p. m., except Sunday.
ABK1TI.
From New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore*
8:45 a-m and 12:45 p.m. and 11:40 p. m? dalljr,
Cumberland Accommodation, 6:06 p, a., ex*
oopt Sunday.
Grafton Accommodation, 12:45 p. m., dally.
MouiiwnVillo Accommodation, 8:46 a. m., 12:45
p. m., dally, 5:05 p. m., except Sunday.
TRANS-OHIO DIVISION.
For Chicago, 7:10 asd 11:05 a. a. and 10:46 p
m. dally.
Cincinnati Sxpren, 7:50 and 11:06 a. m. dally
and 10:4" ? m.. dally exoopi Saturday, and 2:80
a. m. Sunday only.
Columbna Accommodation,4:80p.m., except
Sundajr.
Ht. (JUirsrlUe Accommodation, U:00 i, m,
and 4:80 p. m., exccpt Bundaj.
AUUTI.
Chicago Kxpren, 12:66and5:40a.m. and 6:10 * 1
p. n. dally.
Cincinnati Exprcse, 6:40 a. m. and 6:10 p. m.,
dally.
Columbna Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally,
exccpt Sunday.
tft. Clalravlllo Accommodation, 11:00 a, m.and
6:10 p. m., dally, exccpt Sunday.
WHEELING A I'lTTsdUBGB DIVISIOK.
For Plltabnrgb, 6:45 and 7:20 a. m., daJly, 1:40
p. m., dully, exoept Sunday.
For Pittsburgh aud the Kaat,.6:H> p. m., dally. *
Washington Accommodation, 6:80 p. m., dally,
except Sunday,
abritx:
From PlttabnrRb, 11:00 a. m., dally, and 12:46
p. m., dally, exccpt fcuudny, C:65 and 10:80 p.
m.. dally, and 2:80 a. m.,Sunday only.*
Washington Accommodation, 7:60 a.m., dally
except Bnnday. '
Ohio river railroad time
tablo taking effoct January 11.1891. Paa*
enaer trains will run at followa?Central Timo.
AH trains dally cxcept thoao marked thus t.
which do not run on Sunday.
aoura bound, fSo.J No. 6 No. 81 No 1.
Leave? a. m. p. m. *. m. a. m.
8:90 10:41' 0:60
Benwood...,. 8:4T> 10:65 6:16
Moundiyme...?~ ...... 4:or. 11:16 6:82
New Martinsville......... 6:20 P12-?5 7:87
w 11 j lama town .. 7:lf 2:06 9:83
nuxer>DurRH.MMM.MM?M, DUB tm 2:4* io:io
Bavennrood ......... 7:06 4:05 11:00
Mason City ... 8:2* 5:1ft P'l-M
Point Heasant? 8:57......... 5:16 1:47
Galllpolls .... c :?2 2:05
li u nunc ton ... 10:45 7:4s 8:45
Arrive?
Charleston, via. K. & 0. .? 8:60 8:60
a. m.
Charleston, via. 0. A O. 3:'3 ......... 11:0Q
NOltTH BOUWD. Wo. 2 No. 4 Wo. h No.fl
Leave- a. m. a. m. p. m. a. m.
Charleston,via. X, AO. 0:<r> ... ,.JZ*
Charleston, via. C. A O 12:50 10:18 *il^5
Arrivo- p. m.
Huntington-?? 2:80 11:45 12:56
Lcare? a. m. p m
IluntinRton.................. f5:0f) 9:80 ffrflfi
OalllpoJJj 0:40 11:> f> 4:1*...^..
Point Pleasant-....- 6:&? 11:28 4:30
Maaon City-. ...? 7:40 *12-01 6:15 ..
Kavenswood.....^.......*. ?:fC 1:15 6:30..,^
tokersburx 11:40 2:4* 8:00 0:00
Wllllamstown........ 11:20 8:a ...? 0:80
Now M*rtlatrWc....?... 1:00 5:20 8 28
Moundsville 2:06 6:25 9:80
Benwood., ?... 2:<0 6:<5 9:60
Wheeling ? 2:nr 7:00 10:06
Through ticket* and bagKngo checked to all
point*.
For ratos and other information address
V* ?80.Nu0,?p' A*? P*r*ersbarg,
A. J. BANDY, A. G. P. A., Parkerabnrg
J.O.TOMLlNriQN. Pas. Agent. Wheeling,W.Va.
? Central Standard Time.
snnstjlvania Lines.
Prom Bridgeport Station
Trains via the Cleveland A PltUburjib Hall*
road losvo Bridgeport (or Pittsburgh, Chicago
and Cleveland, 4:60 a. m. For PtiUbwrgh, lOnt
a. m. For Chicago and Cleveland, 1:00 p_. m. For
Pittsourgb and Sew York, 2:44 p. m. Tor tftea*
benvillo, 8:48a.m.
Trains arrive at Bridgeport at 8:00 a. m., 10:30
a.m.; 12:10j>. m ,4:62 p. in., and8:16 p. m.
Ou Haturdays only?For East Liverpool, 0:11
p. m.; from oat Liverpool, II:12 p. a.
PBOM WHKEUNG STATION.
Tralna via toe Pltuibnrgb, Cincinnati & St.
Loul* lull way?Pan Handle Uouto?IcaToWheei
ins for taubenvllle, Pittabuigh and the Eait,
6:2U a. m., 12:% p. m., 3:20 p. zu , and 8:40 p. m.
For Columbua, Cincinnati, indlanapoliaand St.
Loula,6:20a.m. and 8:40 p.m. PorColumbna
and Chicago, 12:8ft p. m. lralne arrive at Wheeling
at 5:60 a. m., 10:00 a. in.. 2:46 p. m. and 8:20 p.
m. Train* leaving at C:20 a. cn. aud arriving at
8:20 p. m., run ?olld botwoon Wheeling and
Pittsburgh. All traln?d?l'.y earept Sunday.
FINANCIAL.
2?X0HANGE BANK.
CAPITAL 9800,000.
J. V. Vakck-.. ?.Preaident
L.8. DsurLAiv .-..Vlco-Preaident
DUUtCTOBfa
J. N. Vance, Uoo. E. RtUe!,
J. M. Brown, \Tm. Kllinghum,
L. 8. Dvlaolain, A. W, Keller.
John row.
Pratt* issued on England, Ireland, Scotland
and all point* In Europe.
h '?n j. josra. caihier.
JJANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAPITAL.. 175,000.
Wm. Iurt...^ ...............^Prealdeut
Wm. B. Bmnoii... Vloe Prealdent
Drafta on Bnifland, Ireland, France and Qor*
aa uy.
DtHKCTOKI.
Wm. A. Iwit, Mortimer Polltck,
J. A. Miller. . Wm. B. Hlmpmn,
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Hennr awgrer, Victor Boaenbor*
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