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I \Y TKKV decoration. Regular employmeti
m KofHi m.n<J?. Apply at -Jea Jacob atree
Wheeling JP4.
ftf anted?ten honest, sobei
>V and Industrious Men. who can furnla!
co.).! rfrot.uucuda>Ioi;8. to aell the Darn Sen
y?.iiine. Oali on or addreaa, J. p. COLD
?V t.. 'i, W. v.t wri.?
W- anted-a special agen:
wan cd for fach fctate lu the Unlia
gute* (o manage aolIeU, aooolot aub-agentaaut
lau. exclusive control of territory aaalgned. Ad
4r?> U. k tu,x cof. ottr. rartl
Organizers and secret Alt ie:
w*nv>) liy The United Order of Kratcrna
f iu, operation. (110100 111 3 month*.) Tula Ho
, paid over&O.OCU io on maturel certlllcaUi
u, i)Aprl; io. 'loaral componution. Ad
rtrr.?. M. Mt'I.N TVRK. Hupreme Manager, No
j, kt< Jj_*j i-? r I'Miwlclnbla. wnlft
0""~k<ian i /Mil-1 yk a 8emi-annuai
Kn.lowim-ut Society. Till* Woclety hai
foj.vin en matured certificate*, and called
Iiiifxifiieminent; the entire bcueflt luml
h, ; -. in ir . by tt?.< Mate Treaauier of Manna
; . I .* !dr?M FJIIfcNDLY AID BOCIBlY,
v*.i.iap'l
Wanted-earn est students,
Indie* *n? KontlemMi, to know thai
WEST VIUc.I.ViA HH??ttTdAND AND TYtKWBITISU
M'HOOL, In tho Rellly Building,
foruir Fourteenth and Market atreeta, la now
disu to reiM.ve atii.leut*. Jnnructlon thorough
mnl practical. r-atb/acilon guaranteed. Terma:
Mi i?..Ilar*(?) t?cr month or Thirty (??) for six
xii.tntli *< th 'U'h-Hd or Hemmgton Typewriter
HraJi|'tart?ri, 1U08 Market atreet, lor
lunlii'rlnfoniiHiloii. _ apt
ufcal kstate.
For Sale.
A *0-1.1 frame houae, containing ?lz full aired
roots-. sails, pantry, attic, collar*, Ac. Lot H3x
l*i. l."(-til"n west aide of Market atreet, No
ti t Pr:?t.'.Mi, which I? much le*a than the
properly would coat to buy and build uow.
a tit * dweilln* houae at No. 3i South BroadI.
mn Uac .ml VlMtalt Ntrev.a, Weil
,,A woml lonul >n I he houae coutalua alx
M/ed it bitth rr.om, Jar*o ball, all ari"
njubru form, the houae being a real
ftiid pretty iltMtr t. i ot rffai/O. Thla property
will lie oti.-rel for a few daja at fJ.OTO it
would roat 8VfO to rcproduco auch a property
l:ihi(i|'inl both n t-? d<*y.
A /niif roomed frirue dwelling houae at 1819
Wood atrw-t hi trie !ow price of 11,125. Will pay
aj?:i InTcatraeut
A k'io 1 > x rooimd h^nxj, with bath room, hot
android wt^r. hvirythlng in good condition,
ttldui Vn oliiM'h atrier, ?.0W
HuiMIuk lot* m nil virtual <ho city and Picas*
ant valley.
TO LET.
Fof4<'*?lou nt o-.pn. nix roomed brick houae
on South Elm direct. Jl&per month.
FovcMion MAt l, Ki.fht roomed houie ou
Korth Front atrtet. I>ar?o yard.
c. oTsmith,
v.,?u. A sunt. !2? Market atroet. I
UP 1.1 ?
HEAL KSTATHOR SALE.
The business building, No. 1522 Main street,
now occupied by J. W. Hunter it Co.'* spice
Vo I'nor pl?cc on National roa1, rear Kim
Grow. ronsistlug of aWout treaty acres. with
brick dwelling.
l/i: uxihD I* ct on tho cast aldo of North Front
strut, Ikmhi.
No. 40 VlJRlula street, Island,8 roomi and hath
.No. i;;jl Kofl street, opposite tho Cathedral.
l,o. H>i FjI ccnth htri ct. 5 room*.
No. l.i'S Fourtceuth street, live rcoms and
attic ami iatiutry.
I.(it aixi'io north Mile of Fourteenth atrcot.
1 ,,t :x>x j-jo f? ct NorUt tlurou street, island.
Ni,? ?::r Mainst, lot-I txl?0 feet,19,000.
Thirty live acres of lat<d ut Rush Run, 0 , on
tvJjIili is n ijimrr; of k- od Ktiuflatur.o.
loo ncrtm i>l laud ou tnu Kanawha river, nine
inilfn above chatluton, \V. Va.
Kixlity aoies ?'f coul in Ohio county, W. Va.
.vo acres of coal laud three miles north of
Martin's ferry, O., on thflX*. A I*, it. K.
I.ot? ninl dwellings on tho Island.
Bulldlug iota on tho Natloual read.
RINEHART&TATUM,
1314 Mar ret streot.
For Rent.
A MONT1I
No. 99 Eighteenth street, store room .....110 00
No. vfl'J Main street, atoru room.
No. Ml1 Maui street, now room.
No. iTltA! Main street, store room.
FOR SALE.
No. Ml7 Eonth street.
Three and one-half acres of laud In Liberty
towmhlp.
>o. ?".!?? tVetzelftrcet, ground 50 by 3?i fect.fl,600
ThK^room*d house, tit. Wood acctlou,
ground ft) by li.ii feet ........... 030
No.2.ctl andv:i.'? Woods rt reels. 2,700
Twenty-one shares Riverside Glass Works
stock nt h bargain.
No. iiig ht.tr street, seven roomed framo
hoflse. gooddrj cellar, ground 20x100 fcet.Sl.GOO
No. :n Alky It, vomer Alley 1) and Alley 6.
Price, 8tf0.
Nov JUl'J and 1021 Main a'reel.
ik Acre.- of Land 1 mltoeastof Elm 0rove.
Fronts anout MA) icot on National road, with
four-roomed frume house and 200 Fruit Trees.
Price. fl.NJO.
No. .'407 chapllne street ...................
1 ot ;u by ISO ft? t. Kim drove .........f 275
No. ?<7 Malu street, Business house and
* dwelling, sixteen rooms
Nee. M nhil M Alley 19 .. 1.500
Ni?. ?.'U and 2W* Chapllne street 3,200
No. K<>fi McColloch street ............ 2 ?00
No. IX'.'.H McColloch street 1,C00
No. l'.Ci and 1923 Main streot .........
No. 2110 ?nd 2112 Mulu street
No. VM-I itnd 2GC6 MhIii street
No, 2COI Mntket street. 2.600
ho. Ur."> McColloch otrcet 3.1W0
No. M Ohio street 2,800
No. is'j.South I'cnn stroot - 2,000
No. CO North Front streot?ground CO by
about 100 feet 3,500
No. lull Chapllne street 2,300
No '-CiJ t KotTmrcct- 2,500
No.Chapllue street ?... 1.400
No. 2G06 Muiu street,............* 1,200
James A. Henry,
Real Estate Agent, 0.8. Claim Attorney,
. "ir " 1012 Market Street.
FIXK FISHING TACKLE.
FIHEFISHIMTACKLE
?Consisting of?
8PI.IT BAMBOO. I ANCE WOOD,
litKBN IIKAisT, and AdH RODH,
H A HI) RUBBER and NICK LK REELS,
Host tirand* BAH1* and TROUT HOOK8.
l e t LINKS andHlLK 1)RAIDED LINKS,
Ntw AU'llT'lAi. BAIT.
FLAiKM. DKINKINU COPS, SCALE8,
DLiuOallERd, Ac.
CALL IX ASI) LOOK US (IVfcll I
Stanton "Oanenport.
Ittnl JUrk.t Slivof. ?pt'
?? mm^
j i:\vioiiiiY.
Xf TENTIO N I
I'otll May l't our atoro will l?eopou uutll
'J o'clock lu the evening.
CHOiCE NEW GOODS 1
Tho latest in the New York market,
suitable lor
Weeding Presents !
?OPENED DAILY.
I. G. DILLON & CO
COllMCK AND TIN HOOFING
GafifilroaCornici
AND
Tin Roofing.
Special Attention Riven to nil kinda of 9n*i
Iron and Tin Wonx on bulldiHjw. AlcotiTU
and Kki.t Hoofing.
Call amircIprice* beiorccontracting. ul?
prcpaa-d to give I1AKUA1NH In that line of wor
B. F. CALDWELL,
WE ?w?ift Main a"d fVtnth trpola
HOOKS. STATIONKllY, KTO.
JitV0KS,r^K10I)ICAI.S,
Stationery, lllank Hooks
An>l Notion Kowtivftpcra and Vaxaalne*
publUhm' rutpt, delivered anywhere. A tor
lock ??f chtup I'ocka. The PlttabtirKh Dlapatc
IScj'cr week; 'JOe including JjBy
f?-"* *" *?4?fMarWatrgt
c iii.v\. \7it"\ssjfc grKi:x8\vA"uK
^ALL PAPER
AND ROOM MOILMSUS.
It wtU i*y jou to call ami aoe my lino bcfc
buying eliv where.
mr>i JOHN FR1EDEL.
( ^AITUKTUES, LISTS,OIKOULA1
V/ and Prlntln* of all kind executed at the
1N1 Kl.I.KiKNCKR JOB OWICS,
No. 7b aud 27 fourteenth Btrael
4*
MEDIO A T<.
ONE ENJOYS
Both the m?tho<l and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
' and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to the taste and acceptable
to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellcut qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Firs is for solo in EOc
and 81 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will procure
it promptly for anytono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tnummtr. rr. wnv rinr. n.r.
lli^ s
Both the e fleet and result when Oliva
ninssom is used. It~acis gently, yet
promptly. It is the neatest boon to
| womankind. Every lady can treat herself
and not have to undergo the torture
of instruments from physicians. OUvo
Blossom positively cures all forms of
female weakness, such as Painful Menstruation,
Ulceration, Larceration, Barrenness,
Leucorrhrea, Pruritus, Caucer,
Ovarian and Fibroid Tumors in their early
I stages and the long list of innumerable
and immeutiounble sufferings that
afflict the patient. The Olive Blossom
treatment is simple and harmless. The
I first application often gives permanent
relief. Try it, and you will exclaim,
as hundred? of others have: " Oh, I
feel like a different woman!" One
month's treatment sent postpaid to any
part of the world on rcceipt of ?i.oo;
six months, I5.00. OHvo Blossom
is forsale by all leading druggists. Any
druggist who may not have it can order
it from the wholesale denier. Do not
accept any substitute. Beware of fraudulent
imitations.
The Celebrated Frarfre Paslile Olive
Blossom, is prepared only by The
France Medical Institute Co., Coin tubus,
0. Incorporated 1SS6. Capital $joo,000.00.
branch housiis: New York, Chicago,
San Francisco, and London, England.
Bold br Logan Dm* Co., C. R. OocUe, W. W.
Irwin, W. K. William*. C. Scbnepl, C. UenkemollerJV.
C. Armbrlaht, W. II. WlUUma and
M. W. Heltiricl; J. W. liunb. Mid Ralaton A
Co., Martlu'a Kerry: Bowlo A Co., Bridgeport;
0. M. Wyricfc. F?lUlro; 8t Clair Bioi.. lienwood.
_
[WHYyou COUGH?
Do you know* that a little cough is a
rtfinn-frnus tbinir? A to vou UWafO
that it often fastens on the lungs and j
far too often runs into Consumption |
and ends in Death? People suffering j
from Asthma, Bronchitis, Pneumoni.
and Consumption will all tell you that
loct it? Can you trifle with so serious
a matter? Are you aware that
DR. ACKER'S
ENGLISH REMEDY
for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is
boyoml ouestion the greatest of all
. Modem Remedies? It will stop a
( Cough in one night. It will check a
Cold in a day. It will prevent Croup,
. relievo Asthma and euro Consumption
if taken in tune, 44 You can't afford
to be without it." A 2r>c. bottle may
save you $100 in Doctor's bills?may
save your lifo I Ask your druggist for
it, or write for book to
[ W. H. H00KEB & CO.
46 Wost Broadway, Now York.
r This Is tbc onlr remedj that will cure Naller'i
1 Consumption. For sale by 0. R Goolie, LoRac
Drug Company and John Coleman. orJ<1 daw
RADAM'S
PC Microbe
p KILLER.
Tin Greatest Discovery of tbe Ige
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE FEMEDi
C RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
" CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, iPTHMA, HAT
FBVKR. SRONCH1T1H. RHEUMATISM,
D\6n:\^lK. rAS'CKR, 8CROK*
PI.A, DIABBTE8.
BRIOHT'P Dlrt?A*K, MALARIAL FKVJH
I'f I * 'nil outtiji
? MrniUblk.n ai<vmii.uw,
lu short, all forms o! Organic tod Fonctioni
d Ih'hh'a. The Cures t! flee led b y this Medlolu
arc In many cases
? MIRACLES!
' Bold only In Jugs containing One Gallon.
Price Throe Dollars-. mill inm
mm ment when Health and Life can be obtained.
I, ?"History of tii* Microm Killxr Fbm.".
? For sale by all Hetall Druggists. Trade raj
{ tied by
LOGAN DRUG CO., Sole Agents.
ocMuw
- BEECHAM'S PILLS g
ACT 1AHU MAOH! M
, ON A WEAK STOMACH. E
25 Cents a Box. I
OF ALL DWUC01ST8.
flji Intelligencer.
Office i Nob. uffiiml ?7 Fourteenth Stroot.
THIS bPANItllbKAOKirAti.
Lulu Wintser in LrooUvn Eagle.
Ah, tho Spanish scnorita*. with tfaolr Urge dark
eyw,
Where ill the languor of the tropics softly lie*,
With silken lathe* modestly vailing tnem /rum
view;
Ah, what ml-chief a subtle glance from these
eyes will do. 1
Ah, tho gpanlsh scnorltai, with their mantilla*
cf lace,
Which nuke a cloudy frame for a dark, lmpaa-1
loued face,
Through which ouo sec* the strands of wavy
raven hair Knotted
loowly la n UmLIou oa)y southern
women wear.
Ah, the Rpinlshsenorltss, with their fascinating
fan*,
Which will unset undoubtedly your well concoded
pUuh;
How they open them and close them wlthanevtr
? varying grace:
How they swar them, tllrt them daringly, before
your very face.
Ah.theRpunlih senorltas, with their warm, true
hear in,
How well they can repay you for the use of Cupid'*
dart*;
To win Uiu love of one of these fslr daughters
of old Hpiiln
Would make one feel that life to him was not a
thing In valu.
CLEAHUjG OPT PIRATES.
From Singapore, situated at the ex|
treme end of the Malay peninsula, the
China sea to the north for four hundred
miles, is studded with islands. They
number, great and small, a good hundred.
Some nre not more than an acre
in extent, and some are fifteen miles
long. A portion of these islands is occupied
by Malays, and tho remainder by
Dyaks. The first como from the penin*
sula, and the second from Borneo.
Thar** in hnt Hill a difference between the
two races, bat what there is favors the
Dyak. He ia cleaner in his habits and
has more mercy on bis captives.
Up to the year 1860 these islands in
the China sea were the rendezvous of i
{)irates. There was at this time some
nternational dispute about the islands
and John Ball fought shy of complicat- i
ing matters by opening a war on people i
who even boasted that they were pi* i
rates. i
In this emergency the foreign traders j
on the peninsula, assisted by others in i
Hiam and along the China coast, bought j
the brig Campa of her Scotch owners (
and quietly tltted her oat as a man-of- |
war. She was a large, stout and hand*
some craft, and she was outfitted at <
Pahang. She was armed with nine guns j
on a aide, with a "Long Tom" on a
swivel, and when she lett Tahang she
bad 130 men aboard. When the brig <
went out of Pahang she wao a match for <
anything of her uisa ever floated, and no /
crew wore ever under better discipline. |
She carried throe extra boats, and, as I I
had helped to stow her ammunition, I j
knew that she had a great plenty. i
Thero were men on the peninsula who t
were in communication with the pirates', (
and to befog them vreran otf up the Gulf i
of Biam until we sighted Cape Campodia. j
Then we headed to the northeast, and at |
once began the work of disguieing the i
brig. An old set of sails were bent on, i
the point pots were brought out, and in (
the course of twenty-four hours we made i
the Relief, as she was called, look like a i
tea barge or a trader. I
We cruised up and down the China t
sea for a week, keeping well over toward (
the Borneo coast, but met with no ad- j
venture. Then we got the tail end of a i
hurricane, which we rode out safely, and j
after it subsided we limped along to the
north with foretopmasts down aud sails |
torn and rent. A sailor looking at us |
from a distance of half a mile would have i
said that we had pulled through by the t
skin of our teeth. A dead calm usually
follows a storm in that sea, and as we j
were opposite Opokonoke, or the west- i
ernmoat island of the Philippine group, *
we were not surprised to find ourselves f
within live or six miles of the green j
cosst and without steerage WAy.
The DyakB not only had as good ma- ,
rine glasses as aoy ship carricd, but they (
had erected platforms in the tops of tall ,
trees, and could see as far out over the j
ocean as a man at our masthead could ,
see inland. We knew that they infested ,
that island, and had no doubt we should |
soon be an object of scrutiny. For this ,
reason all but a dozon men weresent.be- j
low, and those remaining on deck were ;
dressed as merchant sailors. There was j
a man or two in the rigging, apparently ,
| engaged in making repairs, but really to ,
watch the coast, <ind at about high noon ,
| it was reported that a sampan was approaching.
The craft is a sort of Indian ,
I nnnna made of bark, and in this case
there was but one occupant. He was
doubtless coming aa a scout to see bow
matters stood. He came straight on until
within half a mile of us, and then
halted and took a long survey. Our
ports wore up, yards askew, a lot of
raffle banging over the stern, and it did
not take him long to determine that we
wero a merchantman in distress. To further
this idea wo waved a white cloth at
him, ap if inviting him to come on board,
tiu came no nearer, although ho stood
up and waved his arms, as if saying that
hn would return to the shoro and briug
us help. Back he went, paddling with
all his might, and then we fait quite
euro that the gamo was in our hands.
Ar the tide was setting inshore the
brig's stern ?ad toward the island. We
quietly tailed on to the spring which had
been set and brought her starboard
broadeide to b*ar. This maneuver
might have aroused the suspicions of
tho Dyaks had we not taken to much
pains to disguise tho brig. As it was,
they doubtless argued thai it was for
the purpose of assisting us in our repairs.
At any rate, at aboutS o'clock in
the afternoon we caught sight of their
fleet coming out. The sea was smooth
and glassy, aud we could see tho craft
almost 88 soon ss tney left shore. There
were five of tho native craft called
prabns. Each had a small iron cannon
mounted on the bows, aud the rowing
and steering was dono from behind a
screen or partition, which crossed tho
boat about a third of its length from the
bow. As they came nearer we could
count about twenty men in front of
each screen. Somo had muskets, and
all bad the sword-like weapon called a
kris.
While our guns were loaded and the
ports ready to be dropped the moat of
our crew were out of sight behind the
bulwarks. The prahns came on in line
until about half a mile awsy, and then
they formed in a line the other way.
That Is, each was now bow on to us, with
an interval of not more than ten feet be1
tween them. You would have thought
they would play the hypocrite a bit and
f try and get aboard of us without any
fighting or loss of life, but that isnrt
l)yak nature. The} didn'tinean to spare
a soul of us. and they probably hoped
for a little shindy to make matters more
{ exciting. They got it, sure enouah. At
a given signal each one of their howitzers
sont a solid ball whizzing at us. Ev>
ery man raised a yell, and the fivo prahns
dashed forward to board us. We let
I?? ""'ll-l" o nnarlmnf tnt In Ka.
J IUOUJ LUoiu niiuiu H W. . Wt..
fore we dropped tbe ports and ran oat
nine gune, loaded with abort Inae abell
and grape. "Bang I" "bang I" "bang I"
< wont gun alter gun, the mnzxle of each
depressed (or the abort range, and although
we conld tee nothing (or tbe
smoke, we heard enough to satltfy us
. that great havoc ba.1 been wrought.
While we.waited (or the amoke to lift
some object daabed against the brig, and
the next moment we were being boarded
. by about thirty Dyaks. They belonged
to a piahn which had eacaped injury,
and you can judge what manner o( men
they were. While they must bare realized
that they bad caught a Tartar, and
while our broadeide had aunk or disabled
the other craft, this solitary one
hoped to csrry ua by a daab. She'd have
done It, too, had we been a merchant'
man, lonhe reached us under cover ol
the smoke, and no sooner hid we fs
tbe ahock of contact than twenty live c
thirty swarthy fellows were on tli? mi
We opened on them with our pistol
and then Bailed in with the steel, Imtlx
fore we bad overcome them they ha
cnt down three men and wounded tw
more.
Wben thoie left in tbe prahnaawhoi
the fight waa going, tber backed her o?
bnt a solid shot waa clapped into one o
the gana, the muzzle depreaaed at thi
right moment, and tbe ahotaank tin
craft aa il abe had been loaded witl
atone. Two of tbe prahna were sneak
log aboreward, though badly battered
when Long Tom waa turned loose 01
them and finished the job. A dczsr
sauipana bad coma out at the openingo:
the tight, sores carrying one and soini
two men, and these picked np n ten
stragglers and took them to shore. At
was ofterwarda known, the number ol
warlora who came oat was 14D Of these
?n]y eleven eecaped death at our.ham<?,
Wa h: dm sooner dilp sed|ol the pra H
than luur boata were dropped, cscu tilled
with twelve armed men, and then we
palled for the beacb. The anchor wu
lifted and tbe brig drifted in alter oui
soundings nntll she brought np in four
fathoms within musket shot of the
beach. Then we lay off for half ao hour,
while she plied the woods with hei
shells, and when we landed it was to
meet with a scene of devastation. There
had been a good sized village just opposite
the brig, and each of it that had not
been knocked to pieces by her ahells
was now on fire. We found about thirty
dead bodies, men, women and children,
and in the mouth of a small river were
three pralmsaud about twenty sampans.
These were deatroped, and after the
brig had turned her shells loose again as
a good-bye, we went on b&ird.
At about sundown we got a lend
breeze and made an oiling. We were
not yet through with the pirates. We
had simply dosed one hatch of tbem.
Standing to the nortbward all night
under a light breeze brought us at daylight
about opposite Aratora bay, oothe
coast of this same island. We still
held to our disguise, and as day dawned
we hoisted a Hag of distress. This hay
was known to be a piratical stronghold,
and it was soon plain enough Ibat we
wero going to hag more game. A man
Bent aloft with the glass reported a large
villfge on tbe shore, with a great crowd
Df natives running about iu great excitement.
We sailed in to within hall
a mile ol the beach, and tben dropped
tnchnr with a spring oil tbe cable. We
iwxnl.l niatrA mi?. a tymak flnnt. r.f nrnhns
riding at anchor oil the beach, bat
Lhese pirates had more tact and policy
than those farther down tbeeoatt. They
iid not come rowing out to Rive us bat*
lie the lirat thing, but asampan in which
were four men came out until within
?aay Ifrtil, end then one of the men
hailed us with:
"What you ship want here?"
He was informed that wo had met
with rough weather and lost four of our
::rew, and was theu asked if it were poa*
iible for us to ship half a dozen natives
[o help work the brig acrous to baigon.
lie replied that he would see, and the
sampan returned to the shore. After
ibout an hour the same crew returned
with the message tbatgwe should all
:ome ashore in our boats and surrender
la prisoners. He said that they had six
;uns in a battery on shore trained upon
;he brig, and that if we did not obey the
mmuions she would bo sent to the hotlorn
where she lay. Oar first lieutenant
Jid all the talking for us, and now he
inswered baokitbat we refused to surrender.
The natives had perhaps expected
this answer, for at a atonal from
the spokesman in tbe sampan a battery
>f six pounders did open on us at close
range. Their gunnery was so poor,
liowever, that ouly one shot struck the
orig in their half hour's cannonade.
We wanted to reply, but the orders were
to wait. Wait we did, and by and by
;he battery stopped firing and four big
praline and as many as thirty two man
jampans came sweeping out to us.
The fellows were yelling and screamng
and beating tomtoms, no doubt expecting
an easy victory, and they were
vithin canister range when we dropped
he ports and began blazing away. 6'uch
nen as were not needed to work the i
juns used muskets, and in ten minuteB
ive had the crowd thoroughly licked. It
teemed as if the surface of the sea for
icrea iu extent waa covered with black
Heads and the wrecks of their prating
md sampans. Plenty of the follows
ivero shot as they drilled about or swam
:o the shore,aud when no one could longer
be seen in the water, the brig opened
ner guns on the town and the island.
For two good hours she whaled away at
them, driving every living thing beyond
reach of her guns, and when soe went
Dut of the bay, everything on land
seemed to be ablaze. It waa a knockout
blow for the stronghold, aa the entire
fleet and upward of one hundred men
were destroyed, but what we had thus
tar done was only a beginning. There
were a dozen more colonies to be
looked after.
A Sale luveatinont
Is one which is guaranteed to bring you
satisfactory results, or in case of failure
a return of purchase price. On this safe
plan you can uuy irom our auveruuuu
druggists a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. It is guaranteed
to bring relief iu every case, when
used for any affection of throat, lungs or
chest, such asconBumption, inflammation
of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping
cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant
and agreeablo to tABte. perfectly safe,
and can always be depended upon.
Trial tattles free at Logan Drug Co.'a
drug store. 1
As old adage Bays: Remembrance ic
the only tie which lingers when all
others die." A direct application to tbifi
truthful saying has made as persistent
in our efforts to bring Loose's extract ol
Red Clover to your notice. We are
daily coming in contact with people who
Bay to ub: You remember what I was,
how I looked and how I suffered before
I was induced to trv Red Clover. Abk
any one who has taken Red Clover foi
auy form of blood disorder and ekiri
eruptions, for indigestion and rbeuma?
lium. Ask them, we say, what theii
recollections of Red Clover is, what it
did for them, and they will convince
you of the truth of all our statements.
For sale by Logan Drug Co. daw
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup haj
been need by millions of mothers lor theii
children while teething.. If disturbed at
night and broken of your rest by a sicli
child Buffering and crying with pain of
catting teeth send at once and get a bot
tie of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup1
for children teething. It will relievi
the poor littlo sufferer imediately. De
pend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhtea, regn
latea the stomach and bowels, cures wini
colic, softena the gums, reduces inflam
rnation, and gives tone and energy I
the whole ByBtem, "Mrs. Window'
Soothing Syrup" for children teething i
pleasaut to the taste and is the preecrip
lion of one of the oldest and best femal
physicians and nurses in the Unite*
sHotva. Prlrn twnntv.flvA ronln a. hottli
Sold by All druggists throughout th
world. Be sure and ask lor "Mns. Willi
low's Sootiiinq SvBiir." mm
BaekUn'a Arnloa Salve*
The beat salve In the world ior cuti
bruises, sores, ulcere, (alt rheum, lev#
sores, tetter, chapped hinds, chilblsini
corns and all sUn eruptions, and pot
lively cures piles, or no pay required. 1
is guaranteed to give perfect satislactio
or money refunded, Price 26 cents pe
box. For sale by Login Drug Oo.
pum, pilm, pum.
Loose's Red Clover Pile Remedy is
positive specific tor all lorma o( the dli
I ease. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulce
' ated and Protruding Piles. Price CO
I For sale by Logan Drug Company, w
Beicuam's Pius act like magic on
I Weak Stomach. 1
It FINAXCKAND TRADK.
1' Tha FoAtarrs ot tha ?onay Ul Stock
{* RtArkaU.
New YOU, April lG.-Mouey on call cmmj,
J Mating /ruin 3 10 4 per c:nt, la?t 1P*t cent,
? closed offered at 8 ptr oouu Prime mercantile
paper fa7 per cent, flterllni exchange quiet at
, WMVi*4WS- 8ale? 213,688 aharea.
r The stock market to-day waa more narrow
J than these of tlie last week or two, but displayed
* great strength In spots. while In others it wa?
9 unsccountably weak, whllo the general list Xol*
? lowod the leaders at a distance and remained
, within narrow limits and showed insignificant
1 tluc-tuationii. A drive was made in Lacktwanns
after U o'clock and IK per cent was knocked oil
Its value, while the rent of the list was advanc
' lug. St. Paul. Atchison and Sugar (cored ma1
terial gains. The market llually closed quiet
I but tlrm to strong at or near the ixnt figures of
| the day. The great majority cf actlvo stocks arc
. fractionally higher to-night.
' Hal I rotd bonds dull: s*les $01,000.
Government and Stata bonds dull and steady.
I BONDS AND STOCK QUOTATIONS?CLOSED BIO.
[ U.8.4sreg- 121 Ohio A Mississippi,
U. 8.4s coupons-...l22 do preferred- 85
ft. 8.4ks reg..........I0l3i Oregon Improvo't- vs
1 II. S. 4%? coupon... 10154 Oregon NaT- 78
I Piciflcfiol 9S-......112 Oregon Traus...^ 10^
Adams Exprees 141 Pacific Mail.... 88
American ExproasJ17 Pittsburgh? 150U
1 Canada Pacific* 7DW Pullman Palace-...1W
l Canada Southern... 6% Readlug................. 82k
. Central Pacific-. 2y Bock Island- 74y?
Chesapeake dt Ohio 18 St L. A San Prau.... ?
do first preferred b&4 il- Paul....... 0lV?
i dosccond pref'd 31H do preferred- 1129*
Chl.Bur.AQulncy- 8$ St. Paul A Omaha... 28*,
, Del. ?h Hudson 132fc do preferred. 8i
Del., Lack. A Weit-135V* Tenu.Coal A Iron... 8>k
Denver A R. G- 17% Texas Pacific 14k,
Krio....................... 20)? Union Pacific........ 47?,
Port Wayne 151 D. 8. Express......... 67
Illinois Central % W., St. L. ? 1'...^ i>k
Kansas A Texas.?, li*/< do preferred- l\>y4
Lake Shore Ill Wells Parso Ex 140
Louisville A Nash.. 77 J; Western Union...... 81!?
Memphis A Chas.... 31 Am. Cotton Oil W/4
Michigan Central... 9-'k Colorado Coal 85Ji
Missouri Pacific.... <W)$ Iron Silver? 75
Nashville A Chatt- ltd Quicksilver
NowJerneyCeutral.117'^ do preferred- 88
Norfolk A W.pref'd tofi Jutro 8
Northern Pacific-.- 25 S Rlchm'd A W. P.T.. 17K
do preferred- Gh.1-; Atchison 81%
Northwestern 108 Chicago Gas-...,.-.. 4sk
do preferred- l?ifc Load Trust- 16%
Now York CentraLKUS Ingar ...... b?y4
Brendstnffs and Provisions.
Chicago, April 10?The hulls had everything
In their own way In the wheat and corn pit* to
day, and these cereals at the top figures of the session
on which were practical ly the closing prices,
scored advances of 2iC& and 3^c respectively
Nearly all (be news of the day waa favorable to
bigner prices. It showed a decrease during the
week cast of the Kockles of l.W.uoo, aud west ol
tbeso mountains of 008,000. The closing cable*
reported that prices at London closed % psr cent
higher on Mar. and that cargo on pawago were
up a like amount, liorllu auj Paris also cloaed
higher.
The com xnarket wag wildly excited and
higher, owing to tbo combined effect* of the
light receipt*, light atocka, a heavy demand for
the casharticle and frjutlc covering by ?bort*.
Oat* wero acuvo aud exeitcd, iu sympath)
with coru.
Provision* were dull.
Flour quiet and Arm.
WllKAT-Cash No. 2 spring 8107al07%; No. a
spring wheat 81 05; ao. 2 red 81 0;$?*1 it?; Aprl
It 0ml 07tfal b7K; Mar 81 (?%ai </7%al 07?*
July 81 (M^al OGUal W*i.
Corn?Caith No. 2, 7J^c: April 71a73fca73c;
May Cl)Ji<72>ia7J%c; July O7*GO&O0Xc.
OATM-Oaau No. 2. Me: May
Juno5Sa<6Xa5GK*; July W%aM,Sa5lXc.
Rye?^'n. 2. MN\
Flaxseed?8123.
Timothy bied?fl SI.
Mw roan-Cash II-2 87K; May 812G5al2 07^a
12 87#; July 813 wj%aia 'Six/t\ beptemt*r
8l3 4t>ul3 7JHal:t72K.
Lakd?Ca*h 80 87&?7 I?a7 00: July 87 I'2j6i7 2fa
7 2ft; September 87 4?Jk7 5'2Ka7 !>1%.
Stionr uihh-80 87^*0 40; May 86 .toofi 4">og 45;
Jul* 80 00*6 C7X?6 c;s; tfeptcmber 80 Wa7 07)*a
hhouldriir?fj 05a517; dhoxt clear 80 COaO 05.
Otbera unchanged.
Nkw Yoke, April 18.?Floor, receipt* 14,(XX
barrels; export* 600 barrel*; market active ntut
strouger. Wheat, receipts 50.0.0 bushela; ex
porta 17U,Cir2 oushels; Hale* 1V,5'J3U00 buMiel?o!
future* aud 108,COO bushel* ot apot: spot markot
higher; No.3redfi;i&al I6%;ui.gr*deured8112)$
Hi ?>){; options IIrm aud Mgucr; May 8i lift*
1 17**1 1%: June 81 18)01 15at ifa; Jtm
81 l%tl lapMl 12H; August fi 06^1 la^l OhM
epU'intMir 81 05% tl 07%al 07%; October 81 07%
111 07%, Cloning 81 u7%; December 8107%?l OSitfc
liKJi Btrley Ural aud quiet: No. 2 Milwaukee
ttlaSoc; uugrailei western BOatfOc. Corn, rtcclptt
.tf.OOO bushel*; ext>orta25,ouo bushels; sales 2,200,
ooo bushels ol futures aud ll.s.oo) bushels ot
spot; market iirmer; May 77%47JSa7tft4c:
Juiio 77H*77Jia77%c; July 7d5j,476fca75j4C;
August 74Hu Oats, receipt* 65,000 bushels; ex
port* 140 bushels; sales saw,000 bushel* of future*
and 110,000 bushel* spot; market leu active;
May GJwc; June Glttc; July Oljtfc: apot No. v
white 63>JaG5c; mixed western Wattle; white do
ti3*08c; No. 2 Chicago G j)fc. llay llrm. IIopt
tlrm. Coffeo 5al0 points up. tiugar flnner.
Molasses lirmer. luce lalrly active aud iirm
Tulhiw llrm and quiet. Koslu ilrm. Turpentine
dullatSUSc. Eggs tlrm; western lie. llidwquiet
and iirm. Pork quiet aud tlrm; old mes*
jti! U0ul2 60; new mens 813 60al4 00; extra prime
811 7aal2 2ft. Cut meat* tlrm. Lard higher;
western *team 8710; May 8716; June 87 30; Jul)
8741: AuguKt 97 67; September 87 70. Buttei
steady at 12a22c: do creamery 21a27c. Cheese
Urm; Ohio Ilaia8%all%c.
Cincinnati, o., April 10.?Flour Btrouger.
Wheat strong aud higher: No. 2 ml 81 10al 11
receipts 0,500 bushels; shipments 7,000 bushels.
Corn higher; mixed 70o. Oau tirni; No. v
mixed 68c. Kye quiet; No. 2, UJc. l'ork quiet
aud higher at Uri strong at 80 60
Hulk meats higher at 80 37'4. Bacon tlrmer at
37 Xi'A- Whisky ste-dy at 81 10. Butter, augar
aud eggs steady. Cheese firm.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 10.?Flour strong
Wheat atronK and higher; No. 2 red April 8110%
al 21; Mav $117>%ai 18; June 8; Mat 15; Jul)
Si 11/4&1UK. Corn str.mg and higher; No. ;
mlx?.i Atirfi StoSJc; May tWuSic: Juuo 70a77c;
July 74a7ac. Oil* strong: No. 3 whlto KtiOlc;
No. 2 white April OlatJl^c; May 0;?^a0lJ4c;
Juno and July OUM^. K,gs steady; 1'euusyl
vania flrttts 14c.
Baltuiori, Mo., April 10.?Wheat, western
strone; No. 2 winter red simiI and April aim
May 81 14al 14*/4\ July 8t ltlal 10*4; AuguM
8108. Coru, western strong: mixed spot aud
April 81c; M?y78%c: July 75e; western white
GJaGlc. llay Urui aud unchanged. Butter unchanged.
liggiweak aud lower ?}13c. Coffee
unchanged.
Toledo, O., April 10.?Wheat Arm and higher;
cash8113%: May 8113%; July 8t05H: August
81 (MS. corn flrm: cosh 76c; May 74c. OaU
oulet; cash 67c. Cloveraeed quiet; cash $126.
Live block.
Chicaoo, III., April 16.?Cattlo-RccelpU 10.000
haul; shlpmeuu 3,000 head: market steady to
httoiiK Riul higher; steers top 80 25;
others W 25a& &; stackers and year
linns 93 00a5fc5; cowh aud heifer* |8ii
Mi. Kecelpu 20.COO head: shipment*
12,000 bead; market steady and a Mimic lower;
picker* $1 OOA& 15; prluie heavy 95 20a5 40;
iKhl (4 VWa'< 15. Sheop? Kcculpu 10,UXJhead:
shlpme.U 5,000 head: market active aud stead)
to strong; native 85 5CuC 00; wcBtorna 95 40a
5%; lambs 85 60aCS0.
East LinERTY, Pa., April IC.-Cattlo-Rocelptk
2C0 head; ?blpmenU 17u brail: market firm ami
unchauxed. Hon? KecelpU I.&jO haul: shipmenu
l.tou head; market dull; Philadelphia*
15 4Ca5 6b; K?<>d mixed 8? 40; Yorkcs f5(tJu
5 25; plea ?4UOa4 4'J. bheep-ltecelpU 2.500
head; shipments 2.8U0 head; market steady ami
unchanged.
Cincinnati, o., April IO.-Horb icarco and
tlrm; common and light 11 U)a5 15; packlm;
and butchers j;. i?a5 fiO; recelpu 2,320 bead;
shipments fcOJ head.
Patrol earn.
dxvi York. April 16.?Petroleum opened weak
uuder the pressure of ft small amount of a'oek
aud declined lalfcc. after which it became dull
and remalucd so until the close. Pennsylvania
oil: May npeninK at 7%: blithest 72c; lowest70ko;
closing 71o. Lima oil: Opening aud blghtst
17Kc; lowest 17c; closlux 17c; total ule>2AIXW
barrels.
Oil City, Pa., April lO.-Opened at 72Sc;
highest 72Jie: lowost 70)<c: closed at 7t%c; salts
166.000 Iwrrvls; clrarauccs 81,000 barrels; abif
menu fc?,712 karrels; ruus ill,9*2 barrels.
PiTTJiBuanH, Pa., April 16.-Opened at 715ft;
closed at70Kc; hlgnc*i7l:Jic; lowest 7cXc.
Metal*
Nxw York, April 16.?pif Iron qn!ct; Aroerlran
tl6 OGalM 00. Lead dull; domestic 94 22>f
Tin steady; straiU 81V 75.
Cotton.
Cincinnati, O., April 16.?Cotton steady: mid*
I dUmt 9Sc.
Sick Ileudache.
Loose's Red Clover Pills cure Sick
Headache, Dyspepeia, Indigestion, ConBtip&tion.
26c per box, 6 boxes for $1.
For sale by Lntsn Prnc Oompatir. daw
I irJ kii yfeji' [UdCi] i-r--<wi
A Perfect harness dressing.
?I USED BT MSN. WOMKK 4SD CHILDKEX.
? A SHINE LASTS A WEEK,
f- LEATHEn PRESERVER.
i a Handsome polish.
n IS WATER-PROOF.
lr EVERY Housohold EVERY Oflica
EVERY Mechanic EVERY Stablo
saoczi) vn
r- teim
WILL*T?IN OlO A Hrw r?.?NITU???
^ Miu Mill Qt??? ?N? CMIMA..AIU n| t;4J>
V teitL Br?iN Bflttl0
WILL BTAIN VOUH OLO C?9?IM tlm+1
wiu. tT?iN uaby*?? co?ef ?i?
V70LP? A RaHDOWIX, PtUadalpM*,
MM to if no, iUtel uaJ Bi*u iWw*ki*j Afer*
Grood Moraii
You .
Lightning Cough Drops
are something new In the way of a t'
prompt In their action, and ire a sui
BOTTLE.
Lightning Vegetable Live
are a tore cure tot Rick Headache, Itllli
Liver. 25 cents A Box. Sugar Coated
Lightning Hot Drops
A panacea for external nnd Internal
I Bore Throat, Sprains, ltrulsc.n, I .anions
tlons. A sure cure for Dlarrhiea, bunu
Bottle.
Keep' them in the House, they
ir you feel no relief after using two-thirds tli
! Uie remaining one-third to the dealer from Hi
i paid for the entire bottle.
For Sals by all Druggists *nd De
HERB MEDICINE CO.,
DR. SCHENCK'S
Craufcrn ,H"MRDF0R0VER
AcflWccU ?"5jHSftS
tho Stomach; OusUven
Diarrhcro, Pilen,*nd Dl
a OongeeUon, Ulllouaaee
XflHin Headache, Glddlcm,
i uniu ms
a11 Pl??a8fS ftHnlll J
MaggUh Liter. They
Ii e PodUro Care for coats, reduce gorged ?
tlon>, break qpetubbor
DYSPEPSIA tore free, healthy acUu
give the Hjrttem a cliai
Anil all Dltordera of the PI* and strength. They ai
gentiveOrRitHH. ItUllkewlw
a Oorrobomtlre or Strength* PURELY VEG
tiling Medicine, and may be eTDirri v c
talfnli Willi tumuli, in all ruM O I fll VlLY Y
of Dobilltjr. For 8nl? by nil andABSOLU
UruttiaU. Pricn, Hooper Lottin.
I)r. Sclicnck'i Now ISook For Salo l? all Dra?
on Lunsii, Liter and Stomach per t<ox; 3 boxes for I
ni?llwl ftw. Aililn w, iiihII, ixwtaeo frw, 01
Dr.J.H.Schtnck k Son, Philt. Dr. J. 11.Schenck n So
AFTER SHA\
=?c POND'!
DOES NOT SMART NOR STI
CHECKS BLEEDING. JUS1
INFLAMMATION, IT SENI
WHICH THE RASPING OF
NEAR THE SURFACE, SO LI
SOFT AND SMOOTH, Wl'
CAUSED BY OTHER LOTIO
FAR SUPERIOR TO BAY R
FUMED WATER. BEST
YOU HAVE A BOTTLE. W
WHEN PURCHASING, ACCEP'
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES, 1
POND'S EXTRACT CO.. Nl
mmmmmm?ambesom
for Infants ar
"Caotorlals bo well adapted to children that | <
l recommcml Haataipcrior toanyprracripUoa 8
joown to mo." 1L A&cnsn, 11. D., I
/it 6a OxXord SI. BrooUyn, N. t. |
f,
u a hu av rr? "PITl
HAMM
Furniture Dealers
DOT THIS DOWl
That oar establishment U a model one In ovei
That In oar attractive assortment, prompt Mr
and satisfactorily nerved.
That whllo wo cannot give yon something for
very time. WE INVITE YOUb PERSONAL IN
"Undertaking In Ito several forr
71'JEPHONK CALLd ANri
HAMM &. CO.. EI?W.
L. ROBE & CO.?BKAI]
EDW. L. R
51 Twelft
=I HEADQUARTERS
VICTOR
COLUMBIA!
Tilt Bbt Whbkl /
L1TTLE~GIAN TS f
DANDIES l
For Boys. -.>^111^
J. L. BALLARD. - OILWKLTj
WTlELllDPP]
91 and 92 Water S
MANUKACTUR1
EVEBY ARTICLE, TOOL 01
ARTESIAl
Either for Gao, Oil, Water 01
BOILERS, C
ENGINES. Fl
DERRICKS. PI
TUBING, C<
BRASS AND IRON GuODS
For 8teami Gas, Petroleu
CATALOflTIKB
PKIOE LISTS |
OK APPLICATION. ""SSSSs
tig! '
ire Hoarse '
liroat and luns balsam, are?le, certain ar
o curc lor l liOlT. l'ucs, ??dflOcK>T*
sr Pills
Btisncss. Costlvenesa, Plies and Inactivity of tli
. One pill a dose. Don't grlpe?r?a*ejrou sick
use. For llhenmatlsin, Nenralfla, Dtnhthen ^
is, Hums, Cramps. Colic and alT painful afffc
ner Complaint and Flux. ? udoOCJUrxtrKt =
will often Sav# Doctor Bills.
e contents of a bottle or thea* medicines retur
tiom you bought It and he will refund the prk
lira In Medicine. Prepared fcy
- Weston, W. Va
i
ke pills dr.schenck>s
HALF Dili unuin "
ruLWUnlw ivm,
Inflammation,
leMMuflbo IloweU; _____
I, Jnuudlrc, Nauiea, AlfllHIl
NervouiiifM, wan- WKIIBI
, Liver Complaint, ?3I IlUr r
[ from t OorffM anil W""" C,
1 clma (fa? maevut \J
>r congNttd eondi- Will Curo
SSuSSSSi^couons. COLDS,
??uliS!!?u5i And All DImwm of th.
0 THROAT AND LUN08.
___ _ It if plMuant to the taato,
LIABLE, and done not contain a particle
IFI IflRI P of opium oraujchlnic l?Juri1
ELI ABLE, 0ua. It la the Iket Cough 31 wlTELY
SAFE.,c,n?ln,h?WofId- JorSale
by all Drufrgiata. Price fl.na
;iati. Prico 25 eta. |wr 1 wtt Ip. Dr. Schenck'a Book
95 eta.: or eent l>y on Conaumptlon andita Cure, ,
i receipt of price, mailed free. Addrraa /
a, Philadelphia, I'a. Df.J.H.Schenck ASon.PMU. ^
ngn BATHE,THE (
fillU FACE WITH
$ EXTRACT. ,
*1
ING. REDUCES REDNESS. ?
AS IT REDUCES ANY ??
)S BACK THE BLOOD J
THE RAZOR HAS DRAWN '0
LAVES THE FACE WHITE, ?i
THOUT THE SHININESS JJ
NS. FOR THIS PURPOSE n
UM, COLOGNE OR PERlRBErs
use it. J
rHY DON'T YOU TRY IT? N1
r POND'S EXTRACT ONLY.
PROBABLY WORTHLESS. =
LW YORK AND l.nNnpM. p]
r?
id Children. ?
e
Oactari* enres Colle. Oonatfpatlnn,
Sour Rtomnch, PlarrhaM*. Kructation,
Hilifl Worms, pivca sleep, tod promote*
WU&iuttajarioui aodlcattoo
is Ccntauk Company, 77 Murray Suvwt Iff t ^
. Pi
UN'lTUItK, KTO. ,
& co., ;
and Undertakers,'
M FOR A FACT: 41
ry respect.
rice and lair treatment, oar otutomen are uuply
' nothing, we claim to sire a good, hoaeat deal I
BPKCTION. I
is a special feature.
WERKD DAV OB NIGHT. ^
1065 Main Street. *
'QUARTERS FOR WI1KKLS. / m
OSE & CO.,
h Street.
FOR WHEELS !l=]
GIANT I ,
. The only Medlnm Grade U
/wT\\/T^V WhcolHavIuffa
SPBISe_FOKK.
? (( . ) VELOCIPEDES,
Tricycles. u
For Bmall Children. e
- Manager.
? p
SUPPLIES.
LY CO,, LUTED.;
t.. Pittsburgh, Pa. j
J
I AND BKLL
I APPLIANCE NEKDKD AT J
S WELLS, !
' 4
r Mlnoral Testa. J? *
ASING, ill I
[TTINGS, (M UMPS,
|0S
ORDAGE. /J|5
"AND SUPPLIES I? f
im or Water. / Jsjgjl |
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JOSKI'll OIIAVKS?WALT, P,
i8S2. SPRING
Sail Papers, Borders ai
10,000 rOLU mICA Pai'IE, 5 cISTI
10,000 Rolls wiiiti Blank*, 0 c*:
10,000 Rolls Gilt Virtus 8 Cist
20,0f0 Rolls bkokzk ami Gilt Pai
10,000 rollhfuvumv giltpAI'?i
10,000 Rolls g littkbs, is and 25 c
10,000 Rolu Fink Pablo* Pattern
5,000 rolu prufssn pattibxs, si
10,000 Rolu Plain Ikokains, 15 ci
*r Bole Altec t lor the downing bi.kkpi
world lor l
rOSEPH
96 Twslfi
Cbd!
Satisfaction
EACH CAN OF THE COOKS BA?
FULL STRENGTH, FULL WEI
MERITS AT THE LOWEST Pi
WITH QUALITY.
COOKS Quarter
COOKS Halves,
COOKS Pounds,
Sold by all Grocers
groceries, etc.
~M. REILLY, I
; WHOLESALE >
11 rr nrrrin
rKUUKK.ruKA rfluusn
A5D OUBXB 07 THJ
CBLBBKATKD "fflSiWBJSBBl" HAMS. J
te"SS^
"*LO U R-4ihrlitlan Bros.' "Croin/'Tirahd,
nneapolls Patent, Ttylor'i Patent and "Boat"
rally, Williams' choice Ohio Family, and
iny other choice brands of family flour in
ck and continually receiving.
10ASTED COFFEES-'MUaroma," :
.rbuekle's," "Lion," and my own roast of *
Id Woman," "Bono Head," and looso roost.
Wflole Agent for tho Celebrated Dul'ont
wder Mills. A full supply of Bide, Blasting .
d 3porting Powder of evory kind constantly i
magaxine. Orders solicited from dealcrr 1
ly. Also Patent Hemp, Cotton and Water*
>of Hafety Fu?e. tnya
UST RECEIVED.
CUFCHATEL, FBOMAOE DB BB1S AMD
THURINUEB CIIEKSE,
?ATII.
F. BEHREN'S 8T0RE.S.
LiUBlBINO, OAS & STEAM FITTING
!ST FAUCETS IK THE WOHLD!
CALL AND BEE THEM AT
TRIMBLE & LUTE,
HO ft 1418 Market St. Wheeling, W.Va.
1EO. HIBBERD A SON,
X Successors to Thompson A Hlbbcrd,
racllcal Flomoers, uas asieanmnere
BRASS FOUNDERS.
JpsciAinra?Natural Gu Supplies, Steam
ntlng and Ventilation.
1814 MARKETBT., Wheeling, W. Va.
ill work promptly done at most reasonable
lew. ja8
}P-M. HARE A SON,
PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
No. 88 TWELFTH STRUT.
13 work done promptly at reasonable price*.
FINANCIAL.
^ANr OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAPITAL^ ?<175,000.
si. Ifisrr .. -..^.President
v. B. SIMPSON Vice Praidenl
Drafts on England, Ireland, Franco and Gerany.
DI&KCTOEB.
Wm. A. iMtt, Mortimer Pollack,
J. A. Miller, Wm. B. Bimptou,
E. M. Atkinson, John K. Botsford,
Hcury Bpejrer, Victor Boeenburg.
Jacob 0. Thorn aa.
tal F. P. JKPgQN. Cnhler.
EXCHANGE BANK.
CAPITAL. MOO,000.
N. yivcz? ...... President
S. Dtxxi'LAiN ....Vlco-I'roslaent
susctou.
J. N. Vance, Ueo. B. Stifel,
J. M. Brown, Wm. Elllugham!
L. H. Ddaplaln, A. W. KcJioy,
John Frew.
Draft* issued on England, Ireland, Scotland
id all point* in Euroi*.
JOHN J. JON'EB Cashier.
STI:AMIJKH.
or Cincinnati, Loulsvli'e. Momphis,
8t. Louis* Now Orleans,
and Intermediate Points*
rill leave Wharfboat, foot of Eleventh streot,
dally, Monday ezccptod, aa follows:
. Meamer "CONGO." Ed. Maddy,
Master: Jules Wenrmaa, dlerk;
* every Holiday at 8 a. m.
rn, . Bieam?"KKTHTONB STATE,"
8. Calhoun, Master; Chas. Knox,
Clerk, every Tuenday at M a. m.
m*, . Steamer "ANDES," E. B. Cooper,
JfafagMuier; AI. J. Slarln. Clerk; every
EMBm Wednesday at 8 a. >.
rrm, . BU*racr"nci>SON," J. F. Ellison.
Jgggtg Muster: Dan Uoey, Clerk; ever?
mmttmi Tlmrsdny at 8 a. m.
rrm. - Bt?ainer"iiATC?iKLOK,"ueo.fc. |
jJKWrfO'Nc*!. Muter; Tim I'emrell,Clerk;
mmEbmk every Friday at 8 a m.
fmm meaner "SCOTM," John M !
JHM I'hllllpB. fifaater; K. H. Kerr, Clerk.
H every uomniny at 8 a. in.
Pint-clan* fare. Wheeling to Cincinnati, 90 I
ouud trip, 910. Mcalu and Mate-room in-1
ludud. llcketa tronfcferable and good until
Red For frelKht or paasaxe apply on board, or
?lephone No. 843.
. CKOWARH* BOOTH, Agonf.
KI'UG'ATIONAIj.
It. De CHAHTAL
NKAfi WLKKUNH. W. VA.
rull English, Mathematical and
Classical Course.
IOSICAL DEPARTMENT
-ESPECIALLY NOTED.ocatiom
umuarAWKD roa bsavtt a*? hkaltr
Weekly boarder* or day acholam received Iron
VherllDR or tb? vlelnliy. A winter will meet dm
cholan atthedan. motor and return with
htm at 8 p. m.
Jo, tank, putted y^iSuctKia.
VPKIIS, tlljAXK BOOHS, ETC.
traded i89k
id Celling Decorations!
i. Worth 8 to 10 Cikts.
st8, u'obtji 10 cxnts.
a. Worth 10 to 15 Cksth.
kiw, lO.CiKTa, Worth 16 to 28 Cknts.
is, 15 Cims, Worth 23 to 35 Cunts.
knts, Worth 30 to 45 CutTO.
b, 35 to 50 Oxntd, WoRTn 50to"6Cbsts.
to$1 25, Worth $2 to $250.
e.ntm, Worth 20 to 25 Crkts.
n'O coaches, the But Baby Carriage In tte
hp price t
GRAVES,
h Street mn xw*r
3Er
/f^BAKlNG
r\\yS)POWDER
Guaranteed.
CINQ POWDER IS GUARANTEED
GHT, AND IS SOLD ON ITS
OSSIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT
b,Retail at 5ctb.
Retail atIOcts.
Retail at 20 ct3.
Try a Pound Can.
Railway Time Card.
Arrival and departure ol train* on and alter
Nor. 18, 1890. Bxn-akation or hwmwn
Mabki: Dally; #unday exoeptcd; tMondajr
excepted: |Saturday excepted; IBnnday only;
rP?n>r<i?T only. Kiutirn btandaid time. 1
CKCAKT. B. & O.
N.Maa Wajb.Cy,Bait.,Ph i.AN.Y. jJ:?pm
2:80 nn WMh.(,"t. Bait.. Phil.ill N.Y, *12:45 |ta
12:05 iunlWMhiC'y; Bait.; riiiLA N.Y. 8:4.s am
'f8:lOam|......Cumborlaud Accoxn t5:05pm
;"2:30pm'...M^.-Gni(tou Accom-.....-.. ?12:45pm
,f8:00 am| Monndivllle Aoeom....... tl2:45 pm
T9'80paiL^Moniii>?villP Aronm.^....
DIU'AjlT. M.AO.B.U.-U.<kU.OiV.,W\*l A*1UVJU
7:60 am For Columbia aud Chicago 12:55 am
>11:05 am Columbus, Clu. aud Chicago 0:10 pra
10:45 pm Chicago Limited . 5:60 am
|l0:40pm .Columbun,Cin.dihu LouU. *5:40am
t4:80j?iw Columbus Acoom........ f 11:00 am
11:05am ......SLClalrsvlllo Accom fll:tt? am
t4:30pm St-ClalrsrllioAocom f6:10pm
Colnmhus A CjMlnwtt K?.
DkPABT. tt. <? O. K.K.? if. Viv. Aaaiv*.'
*5:45 am ...^..For Pittsburgh.......... *11:00 am
*7:20 am ... Pittsburgh....... ...... *6:66 pm
0:20 pm Pittsburgh aud Out....... *10:30 pm
fl:40pm .Pittsburgh..?..?... 112:45pm
Pittsburgh 12:80 am
t&:?)pa ...Washington. Pa.. Acoom... t7:.V)am
DRPAMT. P., C. & BT. L. ltT. AHHIVK.
17:20 am ?....?..Pittsburirh. 19:20 pm
1:85pm -Pittsburgh and Now York.. fS:4ft pm
4:20pm -Pittsburgh aud New York. til:00am
1:40 pm ...Pittsburgh and N. Y. Ex
mm.
!7:20 am Cxpreat, Clu. and St. Louis t?:50 am
9:40pm Express, cm. and St. Louis jtf :20 pm
1:86pm Express, Steubenvllle <b Col 18:45pm
4:20 t>w ...BteuhenvllleA Dunnlaon -
OU-ikT. C. ?b 1'. K. R. AlUtlVK.'
t5:W am .Vlttabg'h, Clcvo. & Chicago t9:15 pm
f9:43am SUmbeurilleAccora tl:l?pm
111:12 am .Pittsburgh aud New York., fll:l2aui
12:00 pm -.-Clorelaod aud Chicago.... t9:00 "m
r3:44 pm -Pittsburgh and New York- f5:62 pm
*7:11 pm East Liverpool 112:12 am
DKfAKT. C., Ji. A ?*. It. K. AUI1IVE
|12:16 pm Exprees. Cleyoland, B. A W. t8:19 pm
t5:12pm ?.....HasMllon Accom......... fil :83 am
i8:00 am HLClairirllle Acoom t9:Uam
fl0:38am .-...St. ClalrsYille Accom-.... fl :16 pm
f2:19pm at. Clairirille Acoom f5:Wpm
8:21 pm St. Clainrrlllo Accom H:us pm
1:18pm ,.1/Qcal Prelum aud Accom. tl2:U5pm
DKi'AllT. 0m0RlVEHK.tt. ARM VS.
7:00 am ....?...Passencer.-...- 11:05 am
11:10 am ...............J'sjatngcr.............. *8:35 pm
*4:fflpm Pssseuger?.. 8:00pm
1JUVK U., Z. & 0. KAUilOAD. AKMVB
BELLA IKK llKI.LAIBH
4:00pm -Bellalre and Zanesvlllle.... 10:85 am
7:00am - MliodTraiu 7:20pm
BTKAMEB R. K. PHILLIPS.
Leave Wheeling, Dally Trip. City Time?C:40,
8:80,10:00 aud 11:45 a'm.; 2:00,4:00, C:00 p. *n.
Leave Wheeling tiundays, City Timo-8:00.
10:00and 12:00a. m.: 2:00.4:00. C:00p. m.
WHEELING & ELM GROVE RAIL
TV ItoAl). On and alter M? nday, Docember
1,1820. trains will run aa follow City Time:
L*AT* WBSKUR6.
*0:00 tu a., 7:00a. a., 8:00a.m.. 9;O0a.m? 10:00
a. m., 11:00 a. m.. *12:00 m., 1:00 p. ro.JhOO p,
m., 8:00 p. m., 4:00p. m., 5:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m,,
7:00 p. m.,8:00p. m., 9:00 p. m., *18:45 p. m,|
LXAVI KLM GBOVI.
*6:00 a. m., 7:00 a. m.. 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m.,
*10:00 a. m? 11:00 a. m., 12:09 m., 1:00 p. m., 2:00
p. m., 8:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.. 6:00 p. m.,
7:00 p. m.. 8:00 p. m.. 9:00 p. in., 10:00 p. u,
Dully except Sunday.
SUNDAY?Church trains leavo Elm Grovo at
9:43 a. m. and Whcellug at 12:17 p. m.
J. O. GILLELEN,
del General Manager.
Jg ALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD?
XtJfeajK Departure and arrival of
trains at Wheeling. Eastt,D,?*
^cdule ln **
iT?5D5bw uit'? i'.tmk'WAPT
Krl SsV Cwl*3 For Baltimore, Phllarfel*
rJmphi* *nd New York, 12:06ft.
ltaSv',.: ~i&If ra.,4 :55 a.m., 2:80 p.m.dally
Tgjw u'hv.'.'?fljKy CumburlAUd aroommoda*
Uon^8:00 a. m. dally, except
Grafton Accommodation,2:80p.m.,dally.
Moundarllie Accommodation, 6:00a m., anil
2:20 p. m., except Sunday.
abbot.
Prom New Torx, Philadelphia And Baltimore,
8:45 a. m. and 12:46 p. si. and 11:40 p. in., dally,
Cumberland Accommodation, 6:06 p. m., ex??firAfton
A3ccommodat!on, 12:48 p. m., dallr.
Mouiidsvillo Accommodation. 8:4b a. m., 12:46
p. m., daily, 6:06 p. m.. except Sunday.
TRANB-OHIO DIVISION.
Fnr Chicago, 7:10 and 11:06 a. m. and 10:45 p
m. dally.
Cincinnati Cxprem. 7:50 and 11:06 a. m. dallr
and I0:4n r> m., dally except Saturday, and 2:80
a. m. Bnnday only.
Columhua Acuommodatlon, 4:8up.m., except
Sunday.
at. clalravllle Accommodation, 11:00 a. m.
and 4:80 p. in., except Huodar.
abbot.
Chicago Kxpre?, 12:65 and 5:40 a.m. and 6:10
p. rp.dally.
Clnctuuatl Kxprcaa, 6:40 a. m. and 6:10 p. m?
dally.
Colutnbua Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally,
except BundnY.
ft. Clairsrlllo Accommodation, 11MI0 a, m.and
; 6:10 p. m., dally, except Bnnday.
WHKKUNG A PITTSBURGH DIVISION.
For PltUburgb, 5:4b and 7:20 a. m., dally, 1:10
p. ni., dally, except Sunday.
For 1'ltUburpli Med the hut, 6:20 p. m., dally.
Waablngion Accommodation, 6:80 p. m., dally,
except Sunday.
anarra:
Krow Pittsburgh, 11:00 a. m., daily, and 12:4k
p. m., dally, except fcunday. 6:56 and 10:80 p,
m.. dally, and 2:30 n. m.,Huuday only.
Y/aablnRtou Accommodation, 7:60 a. m., daily
excent Snn?'.*y.
QUIO RIVER RAILROAD.
Direct ro??e to Marietta, Parkcrsburg, Point
Plcaaaut, Hu illusion, AabUnd, Porumouth
and Clnclnn*il. AIno to Cburicauiu, Chiton
Forge and ntaunton, Va., and Lexiugtou and
Loularllle, Ky.
Time Tabl? eflfretlr* Jan nary 11.1W1:
Leavo? ?. m. a.m p.m.
Wheeling ...mm. CM. 10:40 8:80
ArrlTe? p.m.
Marietta ?.... 0-X. 2:W 7:15
Parkernburg...m...... 10:10 2:45 7:45
Point PleaaanL. *1:47 5:W .......
Bunting ton 8:45 7:4b -..m..
a. tn.
Albland - ...mm. 4:? 8:0, -mm..
i'ort?mnuih - . 4 :W .......
Cincinnati .. 7:31 .......
p.m.
Charleston.. ....... 8:&
i in
Cllfmn Forge 6:Sf
Staunton 9:V<
lexlngUm ?.. .......
loaUvilloa....
1Jukk*ko ctiuckcd mrouifii lu <i??i nation of
ticket*.
W. J. ROBINRON, General Paisenger Agent,
Parkmbuig, W. V*.
A. J. HANDY. Assistant General Paiscngor
A sent, P*?k*r?bnrK, W. \ a.
J. fl. TOMMShON, Pmcnfcr A Rcut, Wheeling.
W. Va.. "
? Control Qtnnaara Tlmo.
annsylvania Lines!
Prom Bridgeport Station
Trains via tho Clovelsnd A Pittsburgh Ballroad
leav# Bridgeport lor PUUbunli, chluatfo
and Cleveland, 4:Ma. a. For J'JttMburgh. JO.iJ
a. m. For Chicago nn 1 Cleveland, 1:00 p. m. For
Plttsourgh and sew York, 2:41 p. a. Vor dteutanvlllo,
8:4* a. in.
Tralus arrive at Bridgeport at N:Qo a. tn., 10:10
a. in.; 12:lo p. a., 4:M p. m .and has p. m.
Ou Httnrdari onlr-For Kjuft Liverpool, 6:11
p. a.; Iron Kast Llrerpool, 11:12p. m.
If ROM WHREMNO STATION.
Trains rla the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati A fit.
Louis Hallway? Fan liaMHloRnuu?-leaveWboa)lug
lor wtaubeaville, Pittsbuigb and the Kurt,
G.Ju a. m., ,2:8b p. ra., 2:70 n. m , aud a:4Q p. a,
For Columbus, Cincinnati, indlsuapolis and St.
I out*. C:'JO a. ra. and 8:40 p. a. Kor Columbus
tnd< birngo, 12:JAp. a. lralii?arrl*oat Wheel*
lux at b:IiU a. to., 10:0u a. a., 2:14 p. a. ami B:20 p.
a. Trains leaving at 6:20 a. m.and arriving at
t>. a., run solid littwwc wheeling and
Pittsburgh. All trains dallj except turn ay. u

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