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WANTED.
T7:iiance in a lifetime for
/I active ladle* unit gcntlomen to iccuro a
v7rv i>'.?**ant and profitable builnraa. Addrcn
r,., : r *nt ? junp, CONSOLIDATED 8HOE CO.,
!??C1 M,>" apHftbaa
TfTANTKD?TEN HONEST, 60BER
\ i ludnatrloui Men. who put iurnlah
?/> ,; -L-miiaesd* I'M?. to aell the Darla HewirK
dull on or addreaa, J. p. CoLB,
\v. - " < mrt?*
X\TA N TE D-A SPECIAL AGENT
> f wan cd tor rueh htato iu the United
Suie? tomanaRC.wlWt.apDolntatib-afentaand
t??e txi-Iunlve control of territory uulgued. Ad
dro4 k ';<,y
TVANTED^AN ACTIVE, RKLIAW
UtK inan?*al?ry 170 to |U) monthly,
wiit> lucrcaw.*, to repreaent In bU own lection a
rrtfciiHMeNcw Vi-rk hoiuio. References. MANiVa.1
VMU, Lock Box. IMS, New York.
fclJMiTh ?
Want j;d?for the united
hS'Ai r.s AllMY, AblcbodluU, uumarrled
Eifu. u-twi e:i *1?*5 of 21 and n jeara. Wood
P,r, rwtiou* ?!??'utuis and medical attendance.
Aii'!I<*n,s iii'i>t ho prewired to furnlah Rati a i
??rt..n i vl u-'iiv ?s to -rc, character and hablta. 1
Ai-i-Jy* *t 1M Main atreet, Wheeling, W. ;
U >C9M4Th
Wan ikd?all persons desirIS'i
S'ffir.graphera, Hook ke?pcr? and '
, trk? ?. k??w ihii thoroughly qualified ladle* 1
urn] KfT.tlt ) can he { irnlahwl at any time by .
II,. wllKfcUM> H'dtflKEto CJLLBQK, free of '
rlH.'ge. aji eoiainuuicatlona strictly conilden- (
IM apio
Wanted?earnest students, ,
lmlif mu?I tcntlMmcu, to know that
IVK-iT ViholN IA MMKTdAND AND TYPE- <
V,KITING M.lluoi., In the Rellly Building, J
coriKT Fourteenth nnd Market atrceta, In now '
or. ii '.a r*< < ve atudebt*. 'natruction thorough (
n,,| [.radical. 'ra'.it>lactlon guaranteed. Terma: i
Hx Hollar* (<") per momb or Thirty (f&j) for Nix 1
month'. ' ?H ut thatchml or Hemmgion Type- i
wrJt-r lli it*<|uarti r?, 1308 Market atreet. for ,
apl 1
l,i;<..U, NOTICES. 1
V^oiiCU TO 0KEDII0B8. I
7 '' - 'f Ca!\irint Itxrlry, tbrtatai: |
iu iiurMiin e <? mowwvi ww wnv>t??w.
c; tta* c.mnty of Ohio, made iu a cause therein f
l?!i'lii)K i" ntbjcct tie iohI estate ol thu wild
uti.crine Kurlev to thu payment of her dents, 1
tousrc required to present your claims against .
the otnto of trie ??i<i Catherine Hurley for adiu- B
d'c-.tlon to cco. E. Boyd, Commlsilniier. at bis
No. 1517 t'liflplluo Urcor. Wheeling, III
vit vr before tho 23d djiy of April,
1S9I.
Wltncw.Johu W. Mltcboll, Clerk of the said court,
ml# nth dsy r.f March, 1801.
mrl. Th iso. W. MITCH EM,. Clerk.
MJALKSTATE.
For Sale. ]
A gov! f;r.mo house, containing six full sized J
rw>;p HdiN, pautry.Htilc, it'llaw, &c. LotaJx I
l-v. i.'WAtitmTfrit hide of Market street, No. J
i . s.'yo\ which l? much ie*a than the fl
proj i-.y would cost to buy and butid now. I
a i.c4 dwelling tiqufie at No ill South Broad
w?v, bttwuv. Z?ne and Virginia vr?at f
K . A Kood loeati >11 The house contali.s six
K(Mid tUed rooms,? both room, Iar>.o ball, nil ar- i
rati ctd In in ode ru forto, the house being a neat I
suit pretty design, lot V7%xil!0. Thli property I
will i,o offered for n few days nt I3 0C0 It I
would cost yi.vfl to reproduco such a property
iu an location to day.
A (on- roomed frame dwelling housn at 1810
Wood street ?t the low price of 11,125. Will pay
fs sn investment
A goo:! Mx roomed homo, with ba'.li room, hot
asd cold water. Hverytbing in good condition,
atUVl MeColloch MM?!, fA'WO
Kuildiog loin in all pirtsof ,h2 city and PleasAUt
Villi'}
TO LIT, B
Poiwwinn at once. Hx roomed brick bouse 9
en .-outh Kim street. Ji!>i?er montb. n
foucMiou Mar i, Kf?;ht roomed bouse on '
North Kiout strtet. Large yard. w
g. oTsmith, j
si>:,t Frtl Estate Agent, 1230 Market street. ?
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, f
The business building, No. 1522 Main street, ^
now occupied by J. vv. Ifnuter & Co.'s bpico *
will*. nl
The Pry or placo on Nnthoal road, near Kim af
Grove, consisting of ahout twenty acres, wlih f,
brick dwelling.
L ,i ljxIHU ftct on tbe cast side of North Front ft
atr,<.r. Ulaml.fl.8t0. n
"'Ko."40 Vlrjclul* street,Island,8roomi andbath ,
renin. . r
So. 1KI EO(l street, opposite tbo Cathedral. ?
No. lot Fit eeiitl? strict. 5 rooms. U
No. i:v..% FourteeutU street, llvo rooms and
attte Hint laundry.
l ot m en north side of Fourteenth street. 81
l.ot m 120 let; North Huron street, island. fc
Non-'JlP Kiid; ! i'J Mnin st, loUtXl20fcot,f.f,0G0. .
Thirty live acres of land at Rush Run, O, on "
which n quarry ol u ?d sandstone. ?l
i(U trrfH nl land im tho Kanawha river, nine (j
miles above Charleston, W. Va. i.
highly acres cf coal la Ohio county, W. Va. 11
.MX) acres of coat land threo mile* north of
?larilti'? Kerry, 0., on the C. P. K. R. I
Lot* ami dwellings on tho Island. /
Utilldu.'tt lots on tho Mitlouf.l rooi. ,
RINEHART&TATUM, =
m,'i 1314 tfar'iet street.
For H.ent.?
A UOtTtB c
Ko.W Eighteenth street, store roim 510 00 0
No. 'jui'j .Mala street, store room. I
No. v<?l Mum utret t, store room.
No. 'Mi Main street, store room.
FOR SALE.
No. 1C17 South street. . , ,
Three and one-half acres of land In Liberty
townihlp. . ^
ho. 4scy WctreUtreot, ground 50 by 8<V?feet,$l,500
Tliriv-r<?omwl bouse. Mt. Wood sectiou,
Kroimd 60 by 100 feet - - ? J*?!
No.'iCl nud UM8 Woods streets. ...... 2,700
twenty ono shares Riverside Glass Works
r'.oclc lit a bargain.
N'o. 1116 l.o 11 Mreot, seven roomod frame
Ut?uw. gowl dr> cullar. ground 20x100 fee t.8,800
No. Alky B, coiner Alley U and Alley 6
Xrlce, {050. ?
No*. vtil'J and 2021 Main street.
us Acre* of Ijitid l mile east of Kim Grovo
1'rouir at'out hOO feet on Natloual road, with
four-roomrd framo house and 200 Fruit Trees
I*rlre. H.hOO
No. V407 Chaplinc street
Lot "0 by 111) feit, Kim Oiove I 275
No. m Main street. Buiilnesa bouse aud
dwelling, sixteen rooms
Nw?. M ?u\d W Alley W 1,60C
N< n. /.( t and MM Cbapllne street
No utv> M< Col loch street - ?... 2 M)(
No. ,%.S Mcf 'oiioclt street ? 1,000
No. iwi and 10 Ji Mala r-ticet...... ........ I
No viiu aud 2112 Main street. I
No ?< 1 aud J(f. Mala street. - I
No. Mnrknt Mret-L - 2,000 |
No. ic.'fi McOollocb btrcet H.U00 (
No. W Ohio street 2,800 ,
No. lvj South J'oun street - - 2,000 ,
No. co North Front a'.reet?ground CO by ,
about -tvxi hit 8,500 !
No. lo t Cbupllue otreet 2,3u0
No '.'Ui Fotl street m,, 2,500
ho CUaiillne street 1.400
.No. -jm. Main street...... 1,200
James A. Henry,
al Fata to Agent, U. S. Claim Attorney,
m'U 1612 Market Street.
For Sale.
Six roomed bonne, In splendid condition,
ground 110 feet front oa MiColloch St..
itetwecn Thirty-first aud Thirty-second
streets .. ?#3,600
Blx roomed inane, in splendid condition,
on M*t ketstreet, between Twenty-third
Seven loomed huuro. No- 4514 KocTatieet... 8,IOC
Ifouble bri.-k house, in hplendld condition,
Jacob ami Mtieweuih aViveU,G*\H>me
Jj cnch part ?- I.MO
Ton ru iiiicU home, 71- Main strict.... 0,500
Slx-roomcd hriek homo, lu goodcoudlltun,
26 o J?rob nreot ~ -- 3?X)
four rooir.ci homo on Woo<li street, beiwoou
Twenty-third cud Twentj-fonrib
tr?ets l.?#
Nine roomed brick lioun?. 2J51 Market st...? 3,5ft
Four-roomed h?n:so on Twenty-third street
between Kol'nnd Jacob streets l,?gt?
Thrwe n^cuil bouko, 2410 Wood atrcet...... 1.0W
V\mt ii)om?\\ brick l.outc. No. T>\i A l?yO. l.'W
Two brick houses, 3 rooms in cacli house 91*000
csrh.
Twenty.'our lots nctr Kenwood Junction. In
fl?t addition to .Msryiynn, opposite thtflmptovetneuta
of tt>c H. & O. Comrmuy, on tho new
wrupike and i-ouuty road. trice from JSO to
two. one third cash and balance In one rear.
fwo brick Iiojm.% 1NJ and 100 lSlghtoiuth
trout, fl.tu) etch . ^
*onr roomed brick bonne, 2618 Alio* 1.200
Double framu bouse. 3789 end 8741 Koff ?t? 2,000
blx-rocmcd borne, in splendid condition. ^
"it'* Wood ?tr*ct 2.iW
lour-roomed hoaae on Twcuty-ulnth street,
n?r Wood* itreet 1.1W
Good bnrlnc-M houic on Chap.ine itreet, Centre
??ii? ciit e.
lloul lewt< and fixtures In city doing a paying
bu.tnm
lx>ton Wjiicn itreet. Fifth ward......... |'.20O
nl-ou in a. ||. I'attcrion addition to himurore
irons f t o to faro each.
fetoven 1. in on Woods acd Wilson atreeta, In
VUa., M.ju*?d ?-nlla#ter addition, o?ch rot
Uj*mi f. ? :. giro to ."*>? each.
i u<j hali iot? on M?; st., ?lxth ward, 1650
W( h.
i ?*o ball lot* on l*olTstreet, between Twenty
eighth mix! l wt iiiy.ninth atreeta.II,OCO each.
Oi e hull lot on McOl'ochst., Fifth ward...9 W>
Manufacturing aitc ncarC. & V.railroaddejnt,
wsrtln'a Firry.
Ftelny Mteti acres, two miles eaat of tho city.
flP.UX).
Twenty firescrrs, four miles ea?t of the city,
vontalulng sirdftore quarry, icood Quality o!
ement ?tot>e, coal, with bank opened for use.
and spring th*i Hows a larjju volume of water of
line quality, tt.ajO.
i:? acres near Shoirard, well improrod, rs
per acre.
Klclily a?"cs. near railroad In Marshall c.nnty,
fl.Vu Will tsi-hnT.Ku lor city ptoport*.
fifty live act* a mar Ul'tin Kaatou, 11.250.
Will ochatiiio for city property.
We hare ai?o lots in tne Old Fair flronnd addition
and In the liydlngtr addition, fclghtk
*ard.
Wo havo Qlendale stock lor sale.
NESBITT&DEVINE.,
I7S9 Market Strut. mr28
MEDIO A IJ.
ONE 13IV JOYS
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the tasto, and acti
jcntly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headiches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
)nly remedy of its kind ever proluccd,
pleasing to the taste and acicptable
to tlio stomach, prompt in
ts action and truly beneficial in its
iflects, prepared only from the moBt
lealthy ana agreeable substances, its
nany excellent qualities commend it
a all and have made it the most
jopular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
ind 81 bottles by all leading drug;ists.
Any reliablo druggist who
; i - * "
Uttjr uub UUVU lb UQ UUIKl Will prO'
iura it promptly for any one who
fishes t6 try it. Do not acccpt any
lubatitute. ./'
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
i.nwsvtuF. rr. MV/rn?K. r v.
otli the effect and result when Ollvs
[lissom is used. It acts gently, yet
romptljr. It is the greatest boon to
omankind. Every laoy can treat her;lf
and not have to undergo the torture
f instruments from physicians. Ollvo
llossom positively cures all forms of
:male weakness, such as Painful Meuruation,
Ulceration, Larceration, Bareness,
Leucorrlioea, Pruritus, Cancer,
ivariau and Fibroid Tumors in their early
ages and the long list of inuumerble
and unmentionable sufferings that
[flict the jjaticnt The Olive Blossom
caUnent is simple and harmless. The
rst application often gives permanent
lief. Try it, and you will exclaim,
s hundred? of others have: 41 Oh, I
rel like a different woman!" One
iouui'9 ireainienc sent postpaid 10 any
art of the world on receipt of $1.00;
ix months, I5.G0. Olive Blossom
i forsale by nil leading druggists. Any
ruggist wuo may not have it can order
lrora the wholesale dealer. Do nci
crept any substitute. Beware of fraudu*
int imitations.
The Celebrated France Pastile Olivo
liossom, is prepnred only by 77ie
France Medical Institute Co., Columbus,
I Incorporated 1SS6. Capital$300,000.00.
Branch Houses : New York, Chicago,
ian Francisco, and London, England[
Sold by Lofftn Drtiff Co., C. R. GocUe, W. W.
rwln, W. K. Wllllama, C. Scbnepf. C. Meukeicllor.W.
0. Ann bright, W. H. Willianw aud
[. W. Holnrlcl; J. W. Darrah, and Balaton A
0.1 Martin's Ferry: Bowie A Co., Bridgeport;
. M. Wjrrick, Belial ro; St Clair B101.. BtnOQd.
?e2t'P*W
WHYyou COUGH?!
Do you know thnt a little cough is a j
dangerous thing? Aro you aware J
that it often fastens 011 the lungs and j
far too often runs into Consumption}
and ends in Death? People suffering j
from Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumonia
|ond Consumption will all tell you tliat
loct it? Can you trifle with so serious
a matter? Are you aware that
DR. ACKER'S !
ENGLISH PEMEPY
for Coughs, Colds nnd Consumption is
lwyond ouestion the greatest of all
Modern Remedies? It will ston a
Cough in 0110 night. It will cheek a
Cold in a day. It will prevent Croup,
relievo Asthma nnd euro Consumption
if taken in time, 41 You can't afford
to bo without it." A 25e. bottle may
save you $100 in Doctor's bills?may
savo your life ! Ask your druggist for
it, or writo for book to
W. H. HOOKEB & CO.
40 Wost Broadway, Now York.
Thli in tbo only remedy thai trill core Nailer'
Consumption. For aale by C. K. Hoe we. Log*
Drag Company and John ColHwmn. ocW-davt
Radam'S
/MMicrobf
\S> KILLER.
Tba Greatest Blscowry of t&a Ag(
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMED
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION. ASTHMA. HA
F2VKIL BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATIflM,
OYSPXralA. CANCER, BCROKttla,
diarktks,
BRIGHT'S D18KAOC, MALARIAL FEYS1
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In abort. *11 forum of Organic and Function
dlwuea. The Cures effected by this Modioli
art In many ouca
MIRACLES1
Sold only In Jtiga containing One Gallon.
Prlco Throe Dollars-, nn.ii in
moat wbeu liealth aud Life can be obtained.
?1"Uotory or tiik Micftcns Knxut Fata."
For mU? by all Retail Druggists. Trade an
piled by
LOG AN DRUG CO., Sole Agent*
rspra
jvct like maoio d
ONAWEAKSTQtiACH.?
25 Cents a Box.
OF ALL PWU00I8T8.
- Slje Intrilioettccr.
Officii t Noa. MffimdaT Fourteenth Mtrwot.
TUB BTOKY TOLD ANKW.
llat It Vm Jaat im Baii&factory m Whan
II Vm First KuraUd,
Xcv York World.
In the dusk and down a lane p
Two walked band lu band together. (i
Blow the wind ana (ell the rain, _
Little heeded they tho weather. n
Cold March wlndi might itormaboutWarmth
within mocked cold without. gj
Had tho road been paved with gold, a:
They had never ?eeu aahlmmer; "
Had Uio atara left heaven'a high fold. _
Night to them bad grown no dimmer. 7
Kiirtii unto lta widest hem <1
Uonalatcd of lour feet for them. tl
What aald ho to mako her start, ^
Fluih, aud slow with ludden pleasure?
What could cause thewoman'a heart <r
< Then to heata faster meaaurc? ,
Why did eyillds prone to rise b'
II Ide the light of glowing eyes? y<
1 'Twai the atory told anew,
Old. yet never antiquated; HI
Juat theaame word*?just u few? a
J nil the cueao oltcn stated? *l
Just the aame lu every *1m ,
as once told In I'aradlie. ni
SUUUUTEBUFUIttL B1MB8. 8t
Two Hundred Thousand of Tliem Killed
Every Year In Gblna.
In China tens of thousands of recently
born girla among the poorer claaaea ore to
thrown oat to pcrlah, and at Shanghai I o\
saw a tower formerly used to faciilate 'n
this infanticide, Bays Dr. Joseph Simms,
who has recently returned from an extended
tiip to the flowery empire. It is
practiced in every part of China, hnt
specially in the interior and in the
Loess district. As soon as we get many "}'
milts from the coast, it is quite usual to .H:
see near a josa house, or place of wor- ,0'
ship, a small stone totver from 10 to 30
feet high, with no door, but a hole in "}
one side, reaching into a pit in the 1'
center. The children that parents wish ,wl
to be rid of are thrown into this hole, ul
and quicklime soon consumes the life- 'J1.
less little form. It is said that the ""
oriests take charge of this cruel work. {J1'
It has been estimated that every year uo
20000 female babies are bratally
slaughtered ill the empire. One China* y
man being interrogated about tbe 00
destruction of his recently born girl,
said: "The wife cry |and cry, but kill ,
allee same." .
In every large city in China there are 101
asylums for the care of orphans, support- fai
fed and conducted by foreigneis, who la!
save yearly from slaughter tens of thou- Fri
sands of female infaate. At Han-Kow,
which is 000 miles inland, I visited a bl1
Uoman Catholic orphanage for children J"1
that have thus been cast out to perish. "J
Mother Paula Vismara, the lady superior * c
of this institution, informed me that she . *
had received seven that day, and one 'at
day thirty were brought in. Of course eiu
these had never been consigned to a *JTr'
baby tower. Sometimee they are found ?1
wrapped in paper and left at the edge of
the river. Bometimee they are buried at
alive by the father, but while yet
living are dug up by Bome oue
else 8ml brought to this institution.
Several women are employed by the _
mother bu perior in looking about for the
little victims. Upwards of a thousand W1
are received every year. Many of them, Wl
of couree, die soon after the exposure vn
and neglect they have suffered through
being abandoned, and many are boarded
out by the institution in the town.
Those who accept tbe charge have to
bring the children oncc a week for in- Dr.
spectlon, and then, all being right, they
receive the pay for maintaining them. in.
This is an Italian charity, and one of fei
thomost estimable in China. During Qe
the twenty-three years of its existence thi
it has eaved the lives of say 25,000 to Ct?i
40,000 children, of whom a fair propor* pi(
tion have grown to womanhood. It receives
considerable support from the |
European residents at Han-Kow, of w
whom there oro about 120. O.
loose children wno remain witmn h.
the premisea of the institution are fed Dc
and clothed, and when old enough, Be
taught to saw, make lace, knit stockings, ric
and do other useful work. They nevor
know whore they catno from, or who
their parenta were. When they are four ?
years cf age thoir feet are bandaged, ac* br
cording to the general custom of all K
classes in China, to keep them email, as c0
that increases thoir chances of marriage. ti\
millXINB Mim or
.1 New Inriuelrj for Wninen?iDTAlldlani
AmoPB the (luntler flex.
A Brooklyn woman has found a new
industry for ber sex and is practicing it
herself with success. Sho outlined hor
plan to a friend upon whom she called ^
in a social and business ,way: "I want ^
you to hare your bills made ont in my
namo. Jnst lot me buy everything, in pa
a word. You have priced and compared. El
Well, aftoi" yonr prices arc as low as
you can make them, after you have ta
practically concluded your purchases
without regard to anybody else, then ta
have these goods made out to me and
delivered to you. No matter how low ga
the prices ar.i I shall make 0 per cent.
I liavo a standing accouot with all the tai
leading dry goods stores and millinery ea
shops and fnrnitore factories in Brook- di
Ijn. I get 5 pur cent on everything I be
| am supposed to sell. If the bill is made
out in my name I have prreonally sold la
those goods which the bill calls for. Io
your caeo, of course, it is purely a friendly
courtesy. But I get the commission
just the same." Dr.
Caroline E Hasllngs. of Boston 8(
says: ''Four-flfttis of the patients of this aI
city aro women. But I am inclined to B
believe, nevertheless, that the compare- ,
live health of womankind and mankind D)
is not rrpreaented by thiB proportion.
Women 'doctor' more than men do.
Women call on doctors; inen call them "
In, and they don'' call them in till they J"
are flat on their backs. And the women !'
invalids are generally (onnd among the '
wealthy. Among tho poorer people J
women are ea well aa the men."
. New York cabmen claim that women f
victimiw them by taking a carriage to a ''
nul.tlnn thnm in anil than 1
I aiuri'i uluniu^ WWW IU nmi) au? >uuu
j leavinjc the ctore by a different door a
, (rom the one they entered, without pay 11
c iny their (are.
A New York young womin, whose "
costume was mostly composed of doll Un "
colored f love loather, was an exponent "
ol modern fashions who recently at- 1
traded much attention on Broadway.
I A bride in Montreal appeared at the
altar with her pet canary faatonod to her
' shoulder by a golden chain. The bird
tn It jned the marriage ceremony with a *
song. v
6
Qutpt mill Cnuita.
Weighing the Chances.?He: "Would K
!i yon be mad if anybody should see me
kiss jon7" She: "Is anybody looking?"
y ?Epoch. t.
Be (as they wander through country J
lanw): "1 could go through lifo con- i
tented with you at my side." She (In a ?
bunt of rapture): "Jack, if you'll buy ''
T a carriage it's a go."
Rose (ou the divan): "I (hint I'll say
yes. It is belter to marry a man you re- i
: spect than one you adore." Dolly: "But ,
it's so much easier to lore men than to j
>1 respect them."?Life.
" Daughter: "Father, Mr. Hendricks
is a very bright young man." Father:
"He must lie. I notice that yon nfiver
have alight In the parlor the night he
calls."?ZfrooHyn Life.
* She: "Will yon always lore me, dear,
just the same as you do now7" He: 1
~ "Always." She: "You wretched thing!
Why didn't you protest that eTery year |
you would Ioto me mora V'?tiomcrvilU
_ Journal.
"Well, good night, Miss A ," said
a yonng man the other evening to a |
Dulghtville girl whom he Is visiting. "I ,
think It's better for me to go. I leel cer
uln that if I stay two minutes longer I |
shall be indiscreet enough to klas yon." ,
"Well, good night, Mr. F replied
the yonng girt "Ob, by the way, she
added, "f want to show yon my sachet ,
MB before joa go. It will only talis a
.'ouple of minutes." It is only necealary
to state that thn young man in
ineatloniaa professor of a bright Intelect,
and be qnlckly embraced tbe aitoaion,
and we can farther aawrt that tbe 1
Irl waa in It?Hinijhamlon Ktpublican. '
How It Reaped Her?Smiley: "I ,
ladn't been ont of thehonas five mlnntea
his morning wben I fonnd a $5 gold ,
iece." Yonker: "Where did yon find I
Smiley: "In my pocket; my wife '
jiatook it foracent. ? Jfunwy'i Wttkbj. {
She: "Yes, I told yon I'd always be a
iter to yon; aod I'll be glad to hear ,
nything yon have to a?y to me." He: .1
Six uontbs ago yon told me I'd thank j
on eomo day for refuting mo. Let me c
0 so now. You can't bold a candle to g
le girl I'm engaged to now."?Harptr't H
o/or. t.
Letting the Oat Oat ? Featherstone:
layourslsterin?" Little Willie: "Yee;
at ebe's eewing a button on a coat, anil c
m may bare a long time to wait." 0
aathenitone: "I don't see why. It 0
louldn't lake long to aew a button on L
coat." Little Willie: "It Jom when a
lere'a a man in it."?Clothier and Fur- a
ihtr. g
A woman had just got aboard a Bruth <J
reetcar when ahe began waving her u
ind to the conductor to atop. "Did
>n wont tbe car stopped 7" he asked aa pi
- 1 J I? "Vna If I'llnt WftM l'MNt
3 luufcCU 1U. xoo. ??? /"? J? JJ|
)t on." "I know that, bat I just want Di
get off too! I left two pies in the Jj?
'en, and they want to come oat o' that n
Bide of ton minutes or they'll barn k
Detroit Free Prru. {J
M
Dame Nature la a Good lSook?keeper. M
She don't let as stay long in her debt jj
fore we settle for what we owe hor. s<
le gives as a few years' grace at the N<
oat, but the reckoning sorely comes.
live you neglected a congh or al*
?red your blood to grow impure with- ?
it heeding the warnings? Be wise In Nl
ne, and get the world-famed Dr.
erce's Golden Medical Discovery,
ilch cares as well as promises. As a tii
ood-ronovator, a lung-healer, and a JT
re for scrofulous taints, it towers above ti
others, as Olympus overtops a mole- w?
11. To warrant a commodity is to be jy
norable and above deception, and a ho
arantee is a symbol of honest dealing, ca
>u get it with every bottle of the "Die- 9/
very." By druggists. *i
BO
How to Succeed. U?
This is the great problem of life which yc
v satisfactorily solve, tiome fail be* <
nee of poor health, others want of j
3k, but the majority from deficient <
it?want oi nerve. They are nervous, J
esolute, changeable, easily get the yu
les and "take the spirits down to keep <
a spirits up," thus wasting money, **i
ae, opportunity and nerve force. 6,i
lere is nothing like the Restorative ]
irvine, discovered by the great special* ]
, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous dis- 1
see, as headache, the blues, nervous j
ostratlon, aleepleesness, neuralgia, St. 12
tuB dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial ,lj
ttlo and lino book of testimonials free t7
the Logan Drug Oo.'s. ttiimaw 2 J
~ till
i
I
lien Baby was sick, wo gave hi?r Caitoria, ftrj
lira ?ho vras a Child, site cricd for Ciutoria,
lien she became Mta, alio citing to Caatorla, j
ua oh* had Children, the care them Caatoria jj*
'JO,
5,4
?? E
IF. A, France:
[takegreat pleasure in recommend- }*
z "Olive Blossom" to every lady suf*
ing with any form of female weak* km
bs. One box will do her more good ?Pj
in all the medicine she ever took. I
nsiderita positive euro for such com* po
linlB. Mary Hatch. "
30 Gay street, Columbus, Obio,
Sold by Logan Drag Co., 0. K. Goetze, do
.W. Irwin, W. E. Williams, C. Schnepf, f?
Menkemeller, W. 0. Armbright, W, Bl'
Williams and M. W. Helnrici; J. W. H.
irrab, Rolston A Co., Martin's Ferry; J'
iwie & Co., Bridgeport; 0. M. Wyit,
Bellaire; St. Glair Bros., Benwood. 12
t , al!
Bnoklou'a Arntcn Solve*
The bestaalve in the world forcoU, ?c
nlses, sores, ulcers, salt rheam, fever K1
res, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, '
rns and all skin eruptions, and posi- ?
rely cnree piles, or no pay required. It ah
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ;;
money refunded. Price 25 cents per $
x 1'or sale by Logan Drug Oo. m
? mj
LBMON ELIXIR. K"
Fleai&nt, Elegant, Kclinble. gj
For biliousness and constipation, take V!
>mon Elixir. * ',
For fevers, chills and malaria, take <u
imon Elixir. .
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
Ipitation of tho heart, take Lemon lt
ixir. m
For indigestion and fonl stomach, g
ke Lemon Elixir. ft
For all sick and nervous headaches, u
ke Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, lor natural and thorough or- J"
nic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. *'
Dr. Motley's Lemon Elixir will not Si
il you in any of tho abovo named dissts,
rII oi whicb arise from a torpid or
seased liver, stomach, kidneys or h
iwels. '
Prepared only by Dr. H. Motley, At- J]
ota, Gt. il
60c. and $1 per bottle at druggists. ?
I.riniin Hot Dropa
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, >i
>re Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage K
id all throat and lung diseases. Eleint,
reliable. jj
26 cents at druggists. Prepared only li
y Dr. H. Motley, Atlanta, Ga. math J
J
Ax old adage says: Remembrance is t
le only tie which lingers when all ?
ihers die." A direct application to this J
utbinl saving baa made us persistent s,
i our offoit? to bring Loose's extract of
;ed Clover to your notice. We are "
aily coming in contact with people who ,
ly to us: Yon remember wbat I was,
ow I looked and bow I suffered before
was induced to try Red Clover. Ask
oy one who has taken Red Clover for J
uy form of blood disorder and skin n
rnmlnnn. tor indigestion and rheuma- >
em. Ask them, we My, what tbelr f
Bcollections of K*d Clover if, wbat it n
id for tbem, and they will convince i
on of the truth of all oar statement*. c
For aale by Logan Drag Co. inw b
8
Plle?l Pile*! Itching IMIrn. J
BYHPToiis-MoIiture; intenao Itching and
tinging; mO?V at night; \*on?e by icraichlng. .
( allowed to continue tumor* form, which of 1
bq bleed and ulcerate, becoming very aore. c
wayni'i Ointment atoja tho itching and
leedlUK, heala ulceration and In moat caw re 7
lovea the tuinora. At druggist*, or bv mail, for
loenta. Dr. Hwayne ib Son, Philadelphia.
"Dow to Core All Skin Diaeaaea." j
Simply apply "8wayne'sOintiikj?t." Kola- t
urnal medicine required. Cutea, tetter, ecro*
u, Itch, all cruptloua on tho faco, handa, noao,
ic., leaving tho akin clear, white and nealthy.
la great hoallng and curative powera arepoa*
ocaed by no other .remedy. Ant your druggist
jrBwayns'b Ointment. rrhaaw
? J
Sick Beadaehs. J
Loose's Red Clover Fills care Sick ;
Icadache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Contipation.
25c per box, 6 boxes forfl. 1
"or sale by Logan Drag Company, daw i
Many Persons are broken ]
down frcra overwork or hourchold care*. <
Brown's Iron Bitters netmiidathe ?
apt cm, aid* digestion. remove* cxccm of bllo,
and curoa malaria. Oct thu gcnulno.
Bexcoam's Pills act like magic on a
HTeak Stomach. 1
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Dry Good*.
Nbw Yoax, April 14.?Some Improvement waa
elt in the dry (ooda market. There waa rather
nore dolug In prlnta and a few thin eummer
ipeclaltlea. Oidera for all dreaa good*. cotton,
wttonettea and blankata were favorably re*
ported, but bnyera are dlalncllned to oreratock
? any extant In artlclos for immediate con*
lumptlon. ______
Cotton.
Cincinnati, 0., April 15,-Ootton steady; mid*
Wug?*c.
H.SANCK AiVD TKADK.
rhe Foaturow of tlm Mono/ and Htoeh
IfftrfcfU.
new york, April 15.?Money on nil easy,
ranging 'row 2 to&per cent,laal loan! per cent,
slosed offered at 2 ptr cent. Prlmo mercantile
>aper 6a7 per cent Sterling exchange quiet and
Inn at 14 85%a4 88)?. Sales 240,425 shares.
The aspect of monetary aflkirs, both at home
nd abroad, and continurd uncertainty as to the
iteofthe Western Traffic Association, owing
0 the inability to get a quorum of the advisory
ioarrI together, hurt the stock market to-day
hough there w?g no material decrease In the
mount of buatneu done, nor decline in prices. I
1 drooping tone prevailed throughout most of I
be day. however. The news of the day was
epresslng rather than weakening, and no feauro
was snown in anv of the spoclalties except
ii Tennesson Coal, which dropped away 2 tier
ent, but recovered moat of the loss later. The
eneral list lollowed slowly, however, and
>any stocks at the dose were still below their
i?t night's figure*. Tho market dually closed
lirly actlvo and llrm at or near the best figures.
Railroad bonds were qniet: sales*1,181,000.
Government and State bonds dull and steady.
bonos amd stock quotations?closkd bid.
'. 8.4s reg?.........121% Ohlodc MisslssippL
. B. 4s coupons-... 12.' do preferred- 85
. R.4ks reg- K'lfc Oregon Improve'L MJf
. 8.4jS coupon... 101 Ji Oregon Nav. 75
iciflc 6a ol '95-......1 12 Oregon Trana...^ 1G%
dams Expro*s......l48 Pacific Mail..- 87*?
merlcan Expresa-117 Pittsburgh-. 160}$
inada Pacific....... 7'JH Pullman Palaoe-...l?2
inada Southern... l>\% Readlug-....- &.%
antral Pacific....... 29 Rock. Island ',3ft
besapeake & Ohio 17% St U?k Fan Fran.... ?
do first preferred ftik St. Paul 60
do second pief'd 31S do preferred- 11155
bi.Bur.diQuiucy- 8% 3U Paul di Omaha... 24
el. d: Hudson- my4 do prcierred?.... 81
cl.. Lack. 4 West-186 Tenn.Coaldt Iron... 8.1K
anver <& R. 0-. 17k Texas Pacific 13#
rlo. - lift Onion Pacific. 46]l
>rt Wayne 150 (7. B. Express....?.. i',
llnoU Central 97 W.,8t. L. A P.. 9K
nusas dt Texas?.. l-'J.j do prof aired- ID
ike Shore 110% Wells Pareo Ex.. ...140
julsville A Naah.. 77% Western union 81 %
emphis A Chav.*. 81 Am. Cotton Oil...... 25*
ichlgan Central... 9.4k Colorado Coal.?.... 85%
issourl Pacific..- 6'J>ji Irou Silver? 75
ishville A Chatt- 94 Quicksilver. 65$
BwJeraerCentnU.118 do preferred-. ?8
wfolkAw.prcf'd 52id Sutro 6
irthern Pacific-... 25k Rlchm'dAW. P.T.. 17%
do preferred- 67% Atchison 30}*
jrthwestern... 107?* Chicago Gas- 44
lo preferred-. 184 Load Trust-. 18%
aw York GentraLlti2% Sugar....... b'j
Br end Huff* and Provlaton*.
Chicago, April 15,-Tbe business In aprculare
commodities was lew active than tho rcceut
erage In provisions. It vra> of a mid summer
tllaegi. Wheat at the closc hai gslued Xtffc
te market opened firmer aud momentarily
akncM, and In turn - by a lurtber advaucu.
te foreign situation held tbo market to-day as
has for tome time pant against the rose-colored
me position aa xegards (be next crop. Tbe
bits ail reported a good demand for cargoes
wheat for tbe continent. Tbe weather in the
trthwest was much improvod, aud that
is the inducement early in tho aesslon for
me selling short In this market In orders from
ere.
torn market firmer within a sbado lower than
iterday's price*.
Jats ilrm and fairly active.
I'rovislon market strong and higher.
flour Arm.
iV'hkat?Wash No. 2 spring 51 OI??a'. 05%; No.
firing 'Jx-mSI 00; Mo. - red ?106al C6J4; April
oi'ial MU! May tl 04?*al OoHalOiH:
ly literal (MJaalW.
john?Cash No. 2, 71J<c: April 60j^70%*70^c;
iy C8j-BaC9>4?cyjwc; July ftfcattfaGt&c.
)ats?Casu No. 3765c; May f>6a55){a55}#!; June
WAMAXo; July C3a&iHaS^;c.
?V*-NO. u, tuo.
JaR1.KY-No. 2. 79c.
'lax8kxj>?11 23 k
ri*OTHY-ll 80.
?Ilm PoRX-Ouh |12 5); May |tt02)$\l2 70a
65; July ft'-! 97)?it3 15a 13 02j?; tcpwuibcr
I -iOalS 55al3 42%.
la a i>?Cash 16 75; May 8J85ad 87^85: July
U?7 16a7 lift. September 87 87%a7 42*a7 40.
'host Rina?Cash SO 20a6 30; May 96 tf&tc 32%
30; July <0 C0o6 05?0 CO; September ?687%a
Ofc0 90.
iitouLDiaa?$5 05a515; shoit clear 96 WuG CO.
iVHWKY-81 10.
!uaAU?CuJoaf &5ic; granulated 4j-?c; stand1
a 4^c.
dovr*k?Fir in crextra creamery 24a2ftc; extra
?ta20a22o; llrsta lTaltfc. ' *
5u<JS-12ai2>?c.
!1bw York. April 15.?Flour, receipt* 19,coo
rrela; extorts l.coo barrels; market active and
ong; sales 37.0UD barrels. Wheat, receipts
0:0 bushels; exports 1.^00 bushels; sales
ks.ogo bushels of futures and 96,000 bushels ol
jt: market higher aud fairly active; No. 3 red
18%tl 14; ungraded red 31 13?l 20&; options ,
ongeraud higher: No. 2red May SI I454ai 15%a
5U; June SI li*?*l 13al 13; July 91 It-J.al llfta
1)?: August H07; September 81 05&*1 oojia
7; Decfinbcr 81 07% Itye stoidy. Corn, re*
I jits 19,000 bushels; exports 26,000 bushels; kales
I,W0 bushels ol futures aud vi.oiw bushels ol
at; market stronger: ungraded mixed 79a6i%c:
Hons Arm; May 76%e: Juue 74Sc; July 7uc:
igust72%o Oats, receipts 31,000 bushels; exriB
115 busbela; sales233,000 bushels of futures
4 255.000 btifchels spot; spot market higher;
irll eo%c; May 61c:JuneCo%c: July G0%c: spot
?.2 white62aC3o: mixed western frfcaOte; white
ClaCtic; No. 2 Chicago OlaCie. Coiree steady,
d6aiu points dowu; April 17.3tal7.40c; May
30c; Juno 17.16c; July 10.03o; August 10.55c;
ptembcr 16.10c; October 15.50c; December
70o;sj>otrIodullat2Cc. Sugar linn. Molasses
in. luce iirm. iiuhiw quiui auu uuscvueu.
isln quiet and firm. Turpcntioo dull. Kgga
ner; western 14c. I'ork firm: old inou 812 uua
60; new men <13 60al4 00; extra prime 9)176
2 25. Cut meats quiet- Lard easier; vveMorn
iun 87 Vl%\ May 87 03; Juno 8718; July 17 82;
iguvt87 45; September 87 8). Butter fairly
live; western dairy 12al2Wc: creamery I2a27c;
gin 27 He. Cheese firm; Ohio fiats 8)<all}?c.
Cincinnati, O., April 15.?Flour strong;
ally 61 25*4 60; laucy fl 71*4 ?. Wheal
nee; No. 2 red II 10; receipts 7,600 bushels;
ipmcnt* 400 bushels. Corn strong; No. 2
lxe?l 74J4a76c. Oats unsett'ed; No. 2 mixed
toMc. Jtye steady and firm; No. 2, Ute.
irk steady at 8li 2i. lard strong at go fco.
ilk meats firm at $6 26. Bscon In fair domd
at 87 25. Whisky firm at tl 16 Butter, au
r and cheese steady, bgga firm at 12c.
Philadelphia, Pa., April in.?Flour firm,
heat firm; No. 2 red April 8118al 20; May
l&ai l&S: Juno ft 12*al fax: July tl lual 10%
irn firm; No. 2 mixed April 80a8ic; May 77&
8>jc: Juno 75a76c; July 73?74c. Oata higher;
a. 3 whito Glc; No. 2 white April aud May
%a0 %c: Juno and July 63%*63Jic. Mesa pork
;w 8*3 60; do family 8l4MMlbuO. K*gB dull
id easier; 1'ennaylvanta lints 14c.
Baltimorb, Md., April 15.?Wheat, weatern
rent;; No. 2 wluter rod spot and April St 18K;
ay tl 1334: July It QQX; August tl owv
iru inactive; mixed spot and April 77i$c;
ay 77c; July 7G)$c. Oat*, hay and provlsfou*
rm. Butter scarce and firm. Kgga steady at
al3Xc.
Toledo, O.,April 15.?Wheat dull and firm;
sb. April and May till; July SlOl: August
OCJJ. Corn dull; ca?h 74c; Mar 71c. Oats
diet: cash 60Xc. Clovorseed dull; cash and
lay 14 26.
Live Stock.
Ciiicaoo, III., April 1\?Cattle-Ifctcolpts 11,000
ead; shipments 3,000 bead; market steady to
rong; rujcn choice to extra, 86 0**16 30; other
eers 84 70a5 9J; cows and heifers tl 7on4 25;
lookers 3.1 OOat GO. Hogs?Keccipta 20,000 bead:
ilpmcnta0,009head: market weak and lower;
immon packers 8125?4 75; fair to choice packrs
81 80ab 15: prime heavy and butcher weights
> 20a6 40; light 14 Wa'. 15. Sheep?Receipts
000 head; ahipmeuts 3.000 head: market steady,
ow and weak; natives 86 60aB 00; westerns
60a5 SO: lambs 85 02XaC70.
Eaut Luibktt.Pa., April l5.-Cattle-ReoeIptB
>o head: >blpments 100 heud: market firm:
rlrno 86 00a0 25; fair to good 8) Wa6 00.
lulls, cows and stags 8* 60a160. Ilogs?
?celpts 2.060 head: shipments2,00)head; marct
dull: Philadelphia* 865ta5 Go: g^od mixed
1 30.iS 40; good to prime Yorkors 85 u0a5 25; piss
100af60. Mhcep-HeccipU GUI head; sbipmonts
DO head: market fair; pjlme85 75a610; fair to
ood 8i26a5 50; common 84 50a500: lambs 8460a
75; veal calves 14 OOal 75; clipped sheep 83 26a
M.
Cincinnati, o., April 15.?Hoga in fair d?v
mud and ateady; common and light 81 25a
15; packing aud butchers 86t0a540; receipts
,Sj<j iieaa; BDipmcuu vm uwui.
Petrolenra.
Skw York, April 15.?Petrolenm wu nlightly
ntlve early to-d*y. but the activity wu of short
urntloQ. National Pipe lines opened n toady,
dvanccd He, then reacted and cWd dull. A
mill buyluB order la Lira*, oil advanced the
irice to 19c, but later solltnR dopiessod it to
7>ic. Pennsylvania oil; Spot 78e; May option,
twitlng. lowest and closing bUneat 73o.
.ltna: OtH-ulug lSc; .higbtat ltw; lowest and
lo?li? 17J<c.
Oil Crrr, Pa., April 15?Opened at 73c;
iljiheit TStfc; lowe?t 7^j; closed at c; Mies
u.ooo barrels; clearances 1x2.006 barrels; char*
ers96,190 barrels; sblpments 56,443 aarrala; ruus
5,785 barrels.
URADroan, Pa., April 15.-Opened at 73c;
iIk*cm 7:^:0; lowest 72^c; closed at 72J*c;
learance* 154,000 barrels
Pittsburgh, Pa., April 15.?Nothing doing;
2)4c bid.
Metal.
Niw York, April 15 ? Pig iron fjn'ct. Cop*
>er nominal. I-ead dnll: domestic $130. Tin
micttled and lower; straits 819 ?5.
BnMltnore Live Stock Market.
Baltimore Livx (?rocK Yaudh. \
Monday. April 14. 1
thk swixr markkt.
Irrlvals tbia week. ?...? ...-.,.?..11,010
Arrivals last week ~ - 10,579
Irrlvala one year ago.......-.............-?. 7,624
RKXARX8.
There baa been a fair offering at the Tarda tbla
veek aa to numbers, and it la of a quality satis*
ctory to all klnda of bujera. Pnceahave ad*
ranced oter last week's values fully 54c., and
trade la reported Inalltho yards as fairly active.
Quotations for fair to good bogs 7a7^e? and good
Iveateru 7Ke; rowjh boga, aowa and stags and
"of*tbe^recefpts Tsftead camoover thjJlalUmoro
& Ohio Railroad, and 10,809bead over the
Pennsylvania Railroad.
Clarrmoxt Lxvk Stock Mark it. \
April is. f
All boga aold In theae yarda by K. A. Black'
these ate at groaa weight.
Receipts tbla week 4,015 bead, agalnat 4,04t
bead last week.
Fair to good, selling at ~.......~~..|S 70 to 5 9<
Pigs aclUDRat? ......... 5 01
Roughs, selling at-. ? ? 4 fit
Receipts of aheep and lambs 682 bead.
Bbeep. aellinR from...? -fl 13 to 6 K
Lambs, avlllng from 6 25 to 10 01
ARRIVALS OF UVR STOCK
If CUtrtwmt Stock Yardt, via the llalHnort dt OKU
Railroad, for wet ending April 12.
85 can, containing 871 cattle. 70 calves, 6K
abeep and lambs.8,J4J hog*. 90 boraea, 21 mules
ehlpmetita to New York. Philadelphia, etc., 50
cattle, 2,781 boga,? boraea.
Grood Mora:
You
Lightning Cough Drops
are something new In the way of
prompt la their action, on?l arc a
bottle.
Lightning Vegetable LI
are a tore cure for Rick Headache. 1
Liver. 25 ckxtk a Box. Sugar Coa
Lightning Hot Drops
A panacea for external and Intert
Bore Throat, 8praln?, Uralses, Lanu
Hons. A sure cure (or Dlarrhwa, Si
Bottxje.
Knp them la tHe House, th
If yoo feel no relief after uMnir two-third*
Ihe remaining one-third to the doaler fron
paid (or the entire bottle.
For Sals by all OrajnUts and
HERB MEDICINE CO.
GLUNUAIi!
GLENDflLE
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, l|S20<
PRESIDENT. B. S. ALUSOf
SECRETARY. D. L. HEISKEL
TREASURER,A. S. LIST, .
Has 3BO (ores of land, with C
Burley Veil), Has charter powei
out a town.
2-10 acres of the laoil rlyer bottom
Charming situation.
Splendid grade. Above highest wi
Two railroads and the Ohio Eivei
ratee to and from Wheeling.
Just tbe place lot suburban home*.
The land is cheap because the plac
Will soon be laid out in lots, and have
Now ia the time to subscribe (or Bto
Agents at Wheeling (or sale o( t
G. 0. SMITH, BIXEIIAHT & T
Apply (or information at the Compt
mr!9 TTbK JJ4
EVEnr WATER PR 00
THA
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TO JXTc
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VICTOR
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Thk Best Wbkcl
little~giants
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J. L. BALLARD. - Oil
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Oil WELL SUPF
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MANUFACTU
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BOILERS, (
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PRICE LISTS |i?ppQ
OK APPLICATION. '
W. Ii. DOUOLAS SHOKH.
$3 SHOE is?SsE;
ranted, and m stamped on bottom. AddroM
\V. L. UOUCHjAb* Ilrockton,91km* Soldi
fttone's Oath HfioeBtora, 1041 Mnln Hire
Menkfmetier* Knrver, lffli Market itn
John PMf?n, Bwiwoodi |<Crrhi,
COCOA.
QRATBPUL-COMPORTINO.
EPPS'S COCOA
BREAKFAST.
"Br a thorouth knowledge of the natural la
which povcrn the operation! o! digestion a
nutrition, and br a careful application of t
. fine properties ol well-selected Cocoa, Mr. E]
1 bu provided our breakfast tables with a d
, cately flavourml beversse wblcb may save
many heavy doctors' bills. It la by the Jndldi
use of such articles of diet that a constltut!
' nat be gradually built up until strong enot
. to resist etenr leniency to disease, hundr
' of subtle maladies are floating around us ra
' to attack wherever there Is a weak point.
msy escape roanjr a fatal shaft by keeping o
. selves well fortified with pure blood and a pr
' erly nourished frame."?1"CM Service Oaaeii
Made simply with boiling water or mil*. 8
i only In half-pound tins, by Grocers label
. thus: JAMES fePPB A CO..
1 Homoeopathic ChemlsU, London. Bngla
0C21-TT&
Lsig!
Are Hoarse!
a throat and limp balsam, are Mfo, certain an<
sujc cure lurUtOlT. i'bick, mmdmcxmw
tfer Pills 1
Jlllousne.w. CoMlvcness, Plies and Inactlrltjr of tlx
ted. Oueplllado&c. Don't grlpoor make jrouslcfc j
>al oso. For Rheumatism, Ncuralrta, Diphtheria
ness, Hums, Cramiw, Colic and alT painful afh?
umuer Complaint and Flux, a and 00 cxmts ri:i<
cy will often Save Doctor Bills* 2
1
ithe contents of a bottle of these medicines retun, i.
i w horn you bought It and he will refund the prlc "
Deelerf In Hedldne. Pripared by j
, Weston, W. Va
K COJU'ANV. _ r
COMPANY. ,
>,000. SHARES, $200 EACH.
1, . . Wheeling, W. Va.
L, . . . Wheeling, w.Va.
. . . Wheeling, W. Va. CI
oal. Flra Clay and Natural Oas Wall
a to davelop all of tlieae, and :to lay
i. 3,280 feet river frontage.
iter. Elegant view.
r for transportation. Cheap commutation
s
e is now. Will be dearer whp*1 it is older. _
the benefit ot valnable improtemints.
ck. A lot goes with each paid up share.
lock,
ATOM and XESB1TT t DEVISE. ?
iny's office,
7 Main Street. Wheeling.
F COLLAR or CUFF
,T CAN BE RELIED ON
O Split!
>t to Discolor! I
SEARS THIS MARK. 1
trade
.LUL0ID ,
Mark. s
"j
BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
INED WATERPROOF g
THE MARKET. S
BQUARTER8 FOR WHEELS. 0
'OSE & CO.,
th Street. 9
5. for wheels!i=i
GIANT 1
Tho;oniy aieaiam oraac ^
Wheel Having a f
/y(p^Mfrx\ SPBI5B_ fokk. /
/VELOCIPEDES' c
^&/|\\v' Tricycles, y
^Mi^i mi For Small Children.
- - - Manager. ?
li HUri'IiIES. t'LY
CO., LIMITED;'
St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
V
RK AND BILL (
OB AmiANGl NIKDXD AT p
N WELLS,
or Mineral Teste. Jgy' 2
BASING, HI
ITTINGS, . /IS
>UMPS, /|B i
JORDAGE. /||j "AND
SUPPLIES /11 1
ill m or V/otar. ^
? I!
* FINANCIAL. f
pj ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. J
I CAPITAL >175,000. ?
Wv. B. Si*r?OK ,~,.Vice President (
Drafu on England, Ireland, France and Germany.
^
niBECTOVS. J
Wm. A. Iactt, Mortimer Pollack, j
J. A. Miller, Wm.b. Simpson, ,
K. M. Atkinson, John'K. Bouford,
henry Bpcycr, Victor Botenburg. s
Jacob 0. Thomas.
W V. V. JKPttOW.QmhteT.
JgXOHANGE BANK.
CAPITAL 200,000.
J. N. Tajic*... ?. .... --..President
L. B. Dslapuuh .?.Vico-Prcaident
^ DixacToai.
>J. K. Vance, Geo. E. BUfel,
J. M, Brown, Wm. Elllngham, i
,1. L.H. Dolaolaln, A. W. Eellej,
n, John Frew. i
r- Drafts issued on England, Ireland, Scotland
? and all polnU In Europe. !
* JOHIf J. JONES. Cashier.
Bt. I I
I*' EDUCATIONAL.
- Mt. De CHANTAL.
l NEAB WHEELING, W. VA.
______
Full English, Mathematical and
vi Classical Course.
nd
I MUSICAL DEPARTMENT
)U1
Ion -ESPECIALLY NOTED.a
v}j LOCATION UVSUBT ASSBD FOB BUOTT A*0 BBA1TB
ur- ?
Weakly board?n or day scholars melred from
old Wheeling or the vicinity. A Bister will meet da;
led scholari at then a. m. motor and return with
na. 5SJjf/"napnagd
J. 8. It HOPES & CO.
NTew
Lace Curtains
JUST OPENED By
I. S, RHODES SCO
RICES LOWER THAN EVEB
Assortment Larger.
Beautiful Lace Curtains i
'Sc., $1 00 and JI 25 a pal
"nese goods sro 25 per cei
ass than regular prices.
rINE LACE CURTAIN
From $2 50 to $S0 a Pair.
Inw Antique Luce Curteln:
New Emoroldered Muslin
Curtains, Real Brussel
Curtains.
ei Sewing Silk Grenadine
I* PLAIN AND FANCY DMI0N8.
MICE STYLES IN IIDIISILK!
HOYELTIESIH DRESS PATTERNS!
[.S.Bhodes&C(
No. It62 Main Stiwt.
GROCERIES, ETC.
~M. REILLY,
.WHOLESALE
rRocER, Pork Packer
A5D CCKKB 07 TS1
CKLKBKATKD "STRAWBERET" HAMS.
^'irSllrQ
BES
FLOU R?dfnriitUn Won.' "Orown^Bnini
InnoRpollB Patent, Taylor'* Patent and "Boat
rnlly, William*' Oholco Ohio Famllv, an
my other choice brande of lamily Hour 1
?ck and oontlnnally receiving.
ROASTED COFFEES-" Alaroma,
Lrbuckle'e," "Lton," and my ourn roaat <
Id Woman," "Hone Head," and loo so row
wrflolo Agent for tho Celebrated DuPoi
iwder Mill", a full nupply of Rifle, Bltwtlii
d Sporting Powder of ovory kind conBtantl
magazine. Order* nollcltcd from dcalei
ly. Also Pateut Hemp, Cotton and Wate
oof Safety Fn>o. my2
[UST RECEIVED.
EUFCHATEL, KROMAGH D* BRIE Alt
THURINGER CHEFS E,
?ATH.
F. BEHHEN'fi 8T0RES.
LUMBING, GAS & STEAM FITTIM
SST FAUCETS II THB WORLD
OALL AND BEE THEM AT
TRIMBLE & LDTZ,
HO & 1418 Murtot Bt.. Whoellmt. w. V
2J.E0. HIBBERD & SON,
J SuccoMors to Thompson A Hibberd,
radical Plumbers, Gas fi Steam Fltte
BRASS FOUNDERS.
8**nAJ.Ti?-lc?tajal Gu Bupplta, Btei
o?tins and Ventilation.
181 < MARKET BT., Wbttlln*, W. Va.
All work promptly done at moat reaaonat
rice*. Jal
jyM. HAKE 4 SON,
PKAOTIOAL
Plamb&rs, Gas aid Steam Fitters,
no. 83 TWELFTH tJTEXVT.
11 work dona promptly at reasonable prfo
MEDICAL.
m is Wealth
Dr. E. 0. Wiirr's Nxhvb and Brai* Trk<
ibnt, a guaranteed specific (or Hysteria, 1>1]
icm, Convulsion*, Kit*. Nervous Neuralg
Iradache, Nervous 1'roBtratloti caused bj t
me of alcohol or tocacco, Wakefulneia, Men
>eprcs*lon, Koftcnlng of the Brain resulting
nxamty and loading to mi?ery, dccay and ilea
'rematnre Old A*e. Barrcnnwa, Loss of l*oi
d either mz, Involuntary Lo?ms and 8perm
rrfia'a caused by over exertion of the t<ra
elf abuso or oveMnriulRcnce. Each box o
alusono month's treatment. 11 00 a box,
Ix boxes for 16 00, lent by mall prepaid on
eipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXE
Co cure any esse. With each order rccelvcd
is for six boxen, accompanied with 16 00, we ?
end tno purchaior our written Knarantee to
und the inonoy If tbo treatmout does not el!
> cure. Guarantee* liaued only by
MOLAIN BROTHERU. Dru*alst8
lole Agents. Mclaln's Block, comer Market
Twelfth atwts. Wheeling. W. Va. JaW-Trlm
_ f*
ajuimewopuf n/m/sbutme curl
fi?aw(fES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
ft ran beglveo In coffee, tea.or In ortlrJi-n of fn
ivitliout Clio knowliHiRu of I'Mli'Dt If rii'.w*sH
,11* absolutely Iiarmlewmri'l will efltct a |>or?
n?>nt and n|M??ly cure, whether the nation! I
lUMWatcdrlnkcrnrau alcoholic wrrcfe. 1TNI
Kit FAILH. ItoperatM 'o <julei|y nnO with m
i-ertainty thct the |intlent andorRocs no Inc
renU'iiee, nrirt ?oon hi* complete rcformatloi
effected. 49 p?k? hook free. To Im had of
LOGAN DROO CO., Main street.
an26-TTh<M Wheeling. W. V>
fife CklehMUr'a Ea|U?!i Diamond IIrw<>
Pennyroyal pill
1 ?W?l?al and .? !? Omvlme. J
C\ bow, Mtted with Mm rtbkM. V!
n *?
Iw jy?rwd4*l??u*ee|?wilMlwWU
____________ rrhwut
t'HEE, FREE, FIIEE TitlAl
ELECTRO NERVIN
Cures Permanently
All disease* of the Nervocs 8rst?m,either At
or Chronic lo either ux. It Restore*
paired or l.o?t Power. Checks all conn
Waste or Drain; Mokes Wrong the Weak. !
package, f 1; Bis for V5. Trial package Vic (i
look), tent securely sealed on recelM of pi
Address, DR. 0. P. ADDA If, Mo, 1701 Cot
Grove Are., Chicago, ah no
- Railway Time Card.
Arrival and departure ol train* on tod if lev
ROT. IC, I860. IjrLAllAIIGJt o? fauuuci
f 21 axis: Dally; fgunday except*d; IMonday
(xccptcd; iBatorday excepted; Ifcundaj only;
^ntnrfay only. Eastern Btandaiu time. t!/U
g dfcraht. 1'. dsO. H.H.?HainUne, fiut i kbits.
#4:f6am Wash.Cy, Balt.,Phll.AN.Y. 11:40pm
2:8) pa Waab.C'y, Bait, Phil & K.Y. *12:46cm
I2:t6 tun Wasb.Cr, Bait.. Phll.& N.Y. *8:45am
f8:U) am .^...Cumberland Acoom 16:06 pm
i 2:30pm ..aMM.M.Oralton Accom-...^., 12:46 pm
I ?f8:C0an. Moundirrlllo Aecom 112:46 pm
I 2,8npm|~~?Mound*TllleAccom...? 16:06 pm
' | DBPaxt. ri.A O.K. K.?C.dO.IJtr., West a xx IT a.
7:60 am For Columbus and Chicago *12:66 am
11:06 Columbus. cln. and Chicago 6:10 pm
10:46 um - Chicago Limited....^.. ;>:.'4?m
If i 10:40 pm .Columbus, Cln.&St. Louis. *6:40 am
J 14:80pza ........Columbu* Aocom........ fll:00 am
V 1:0ft am .....St. cialmillo Accom fll :00 am
H :80 pm ~?.8t.Clalr8Ttllo Aocom...... 16:10 pm
CohnnbimA ('inclnuatl Kx.
ota**. u..? U. n.n.? Ihv. abuts."
6:46 am .. JBor Pittsburgh.-...^ 11:00 am
. *7:20am Pittsburgh ?... *6:66pm
It 6:20 pm ......Pittsburgh and l?uL,?.. 10:80pm
r. 11:40 pm ......... Pittsburgh 112:46 pm
sf ? Pittsburgh |2:auam
*1, t>:au pm ...Washington. Pa.. Aocom... 17:60 am
D if ast. t., C. A or. U XT. abk1vk.
i7:? am ..Pittsburgh. 19:20 pm
1:86pm .Pittsburgh and Now York, fl :46 pm
1:20 pm .Pittsburgh and New York. 111:00 am
J:40pm .-.Pittsburgh and N. Y. Kx...
war.
17:20 am Expreas.Clu. aod St. Louis t? :60 am
tt:40pm Express, Cin. and St. LouU tt :20 pm
11:86 pm Express, 8toubeuTille&Col fc :46 pm
a 2Ut20pm ..8teut>ctwtllcADennlioa^U.^.^..
' nXTAICT. ?. iV t. tt. H. a Khiva.
t5:60 am .Plttabg'h, Cleve. & Chicago ?:15 pm
19:48 am ......Bleubenrllle Aocom....... 1:10 pm
tll:l2am .Pittsburgh and Now York-f 1:12 am
5f2:00pm ....Cleveland and Chlouo.... 10:00 am
f?:44 pm ~Plttaburgh and New York. 6:62 pm
IC ^Mlpm Kant Liverpool - | 2:12 am
dwamt. u., u a ?. n. k. axxitb
112:18 pm Exprccs. Cleveland, B.6W. t8:l?pm
M:12pm ~~...Masslllon Aocom 1il:88am
18:00am St. Clalrarlllc Aocom*.... ft: 86 am
fioi-isam si.ciain-vllloAmim tl:icj?m
:18 pm ......SLClalravllleAcoom...... f 6:80 pm
6:21 pm 8t. Clairsvllle Aooom..... 8:Utpm
1:18 pm|. Local Freight and Acoom. 112:06 pm
DtfAJCT. OMiU KlVKH H, K. A urn VS.
7:00 am ....^..^..Paiacnier?.11:06 am
11:40 am ?.^...?,...Fa*scnxt?r 8:?R pm
*4:80 proI Passenger? .... 8:00 pm
IX A TIC t. * C. UAU.11UA1J. AABtlM
IBMLLAIHS BCLLAIM
4:00 pm -Bcllalre and Zanctvlllle..^ 10:35 am
7:00 am ~.........Mlxert Train 7>ati pm
STEAMER K. E. PHILLIPS,
Leave Wheeling, Dally Trlj>, City Time?6:40,
. 8:80,10:00 and 11:45 a* a.: 2:00.4:00,0:00 p. m.
Leave Wheeling Sundays, City Tlmu-8:00.
10:00 and 12:00 a. m.: '2:00.4:00.6:00 p. m.
STEAMERS.
For Cincinnati. Loulavlllo, Memphis,
St. Louie. New Orleans*
and Intermediate Points.
Will leave Wharfboat, foot ol Eleventh street,
dally, Monday excepted, ai follows:
, 1T9> Steamer "CONGO." Kd. Maddy,
iajBfest Master; Juloa Wehrmaa, Ulera;
aKSwB every Sunday at 8 a. m.
. % Bteamer " KEYSrONE STATE,"
hjfeXyf T. B. Calhoun. Master: Chaa. Knox,
mmmEA Clerk, every lHie?i*y at 8 a. m.
, (o k Steamer "ANDES." K. B. Cooper,
UflttagMaster: Al. J. Slavin, Clerk; every
Htt WeUneMlity at 8 a. Ml.
. tTS> Bteamor"HUDSON,"J. P. Ellison.
WWflfof Master: Dan Laony, Clerk; every
[ -iKftW Thursday at 8 a. m.
. k. Steamer "HATCHELOB," Geo. E.
O'Neal. Maater; Tim Pen well, Clerk;
vBEhBUi every Friday at 8 a. m.
t mm*, Rtcamer "SCOTIA," John M.
Ijfifeqg Phillips, Master; H. I!. Kerr, Clerk;
" SHBBa etary Saturday at 8 a. m.
Flrstalass fare. Wheeling to Cincinnati, ?8.
Round trip, *10. Meals and state-room included.
Tickets tranaferablt* and good until
used. For freight or passago apply on board, or
, telephone No. 34*.
t| Jafe CROCK ARD * BOOTH. Arenta.
s D
RAILROADS,
WJ HEELING & ELM GROVE RAIL
>! VV Rv>AD. On and after M? nday.Docember
t. l, 1690, trains will run ai follow City Time:
LSAVB WHEILIKB,
'' ??:00 a. m., 7:00a.m., 8:00a.m.,9:00a.m., 10:00 '
? a. m., 11:00 a. m.. *12:00 m., 1:00 p. m.. 9:00 p.
? m., 8:00 p. m., 4:00p. *?., 6:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.,
r" 7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00p. m., *16:46 p. m.|
Lsavb Els Grovb.
6:00 a. m.. 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m.. 9:00 a. a.,
10:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m? 12:00 m., 1:00 p. m., 2:0u
n p. m., 8:00 p. m.,4:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m., 6:00p. m.,
D 7:00 p.m..H:OOp.m.. 9:00p.m., 10:00p.m.
Daily except Sunday.
SUNDAY?Church trains leave Elm Grove at
9:43 a. m. aud Wheeling at 12:17 p. m.
J. G. GILLRLEN,
s del General Manager.
2 JJALTIMORE 4 OHIO RAILROAD- j
vCfSQhbk. Departure and arrival of
jagaflaaPTOv trains at Wheeling. Eastcrn
tlme> ^edule 121 **
'".MAIS LINE EAST.
EH - CaM IS Por Baltimore, Phlladel*
phla and New York, 12:05a.
my4:66 a.m., 2:80 p.m.dally
Cumberland aooommoda*
auniiy0 **m' d*Uy'ezcopt
Graf ton Accommodation. 2:30 p. m., dally,
^ Moundsvilio Accommodation, 8:00a m., and
_i 2:10 p. m., except Sunday.
, AMUVX,
1 Prom New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore,
J 8:i'i a. m. and 12:46 p. m. and 11:40p. m., dally.
Cumberland Accommodation, 5:06 p. m., ax*
oept dunday.
Gr&ftou Accommodation, 12:46 p. m? dally,
Moundsville Accommodation, 8:46 a. m., 12:46
p. m., dally, 6:06 p. m., except Sunday.
TRANB-OHIO DIVISION.
Por Chicago, 7:60 and 11:06 a. m. and 10:46 p
m
Cincinnati Express. 7:60 and 11:06 a. m, daily
and 10:40 pro., dally exccpt Saturday, and 2:80
? b. m. Sunday only.
? Columbus Accommodation, 4:90p.m., except
"rit. ^ialnrrllle Accommodation, 11:00 a. m,
and 4:30 p. m., exccpt Sunday.
18 ABRIV*.
Chicago Express, 12:66 and 6:40a. a. and 6:10
p. n. dally.
? Cincinnati Express, 6:40 a. m. and 6:10 p. m.(
Columbus Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally,
|? except Sunday.
L Clalrsvllle Accommodation, 11:00 a, m. and
6:10 p. m., dally, oxcopt Sunday.
WHEELING A PITTSBUBGH DIVISION.
For Pittsburgh, 6:45 and 7:20 a. m., daily, 1:40
p. m., dally, except Sunday.
For Pittsburgh and the East, 6:20 p. m., dally.
Washington Aooommodatlon, 6:80 p.m., dally,
except Sunday.
^ AXKITX:
9 From Pittsburgh, 11:00 a. m., dally, and 12:4k
p. m., dally, except Sunday, 6:66 and 10:10 p.
m.. dally, and 2:80 a. m., Sunday only.
~~ Washington Accommodation,7:60a.m.,dally
I o*wPt Sunday.
I QHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
Direct ro-tn to Marietta, Farkersburg, Point
Pleasant, Huatlngton, Ashland, Portsmouth
and Cincinnati Also to Charleston, Chiton
Forge and Huuntou,?Va., and Lexington and
Louisville, Ky.
Time Table effective January 11.1891:
Leave- ?. m n. m p.m.
W heeling 6:00 10:40 8:80
Arrive? p.m.
Msrlotta ...? ........... 9:83 2:<* 7:16
Farkenburg.. .?. 10:10 2:46 7:46
... Point Pleasants *1!?? 6:62 ~.....
V? Huntington ? a:4t> 7:46 ...
1, a. m.
i*' A?hland 4:3C 8:0..
..j horumouth .. .. 4:05 -
lE Cincinnati .. ........ 7:8t ?.
th p.m.
ro; Charleston- .... ?:V
wj* Clllton Forge 6::i ........
i?\ Staunton - .. 0.V ........
Lexington ..
? Umlsville - -
Bsfgage cheeked Uirougn to dest natlou ol
_ tickets.
S W. J. ROBINBOK. General Pauenger Agent,
bT Parkersburg, W. Vs.
.if. A. J. BANDY. As?l?tant Oeuoral Passenger
fi. Agent, Parkcr?burg, W. \ a.
J. O. TOMLlfldU.S, Fasionger Agent, WheeltDK'w
V* '
nd JrT. Central Standard Time.
f liifennsylvania Lines."
From Bridgeport Station
Tralna rla the Cleveland A Pittsburgh Bill*
- roul loave HrldK?t>ori for Httabuntb, Chicago
and Clevtlaud, 4:W a. m. For Pittsburgh. 10:11
1 a. m. For Chicago aud Cleveland, 1:0011. in. Kor
i? Pittsoorgh and Now York, 2:44 p. m. Vor bteaMi.
benvllle, 8:48 a. m.
ry: Trains arrive at Bridgeport at 8:00 a. m., 10:10
"? a.m.; 12:10 p. m., 4:M p. m., and 8:1ft p. m.
V On Ratordars only?For rjut Liverpool, 0:11
p. a.; from East Liverpool, 11:12 p. zo.
FROM WHEELING RTATIOM,
Tralna via ti?e Pltuburah. Cincinnati A Bt.
LoulaHallway-ran U*fcalelU>uto-leaveWheeL
i. lux (or fetvubcxivlllo. Pltubuigb and the East,
? G:&J a. in., 12:86t>. in., 8:'J0 p. a , and 8:40 p. m,
SFor Colombo*. Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Bt.
Louis, 6:20 a. u. and *:40 p. m. Kor Columbus
and Chicago, 12:85 p. m. 1 rain arrive at Wh?l.
iugai bild a. m.. 10:00 a. in., 2:46 p. in. an<f8:20 p.
\ m. Tralna leaving at 6:20 a. m. and arriving at
yS >":20 p. in., run solid between Wheeling and
W Pltubnnrh. All tratnad?llv except Hnnday.
j- CORNICE AND TIN HOOFING
? Galvanized Iron Cornice
it ASD
E Tin Roofing.
, tfpwUI tttratlon KlTen to Ml kind, of Sum
In. J." Wo" <"* butldlisB. AlaoBtnu.
'I1 .ml Kji.t UoonKo.
full 0,11*5"!"! I"] * '"I? eontnctln*. u 1 in
,|,,1 prepared to siv? BAKU AIMS iu that Ua.ol wotk.
Kj B. F.CALDWELL,
X ]UI Oornu If ila ud BouUi ibKlu

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