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TIN PLATK MK\ MEICT.
Twjjvo JHnnU Under (;inutrnctlon~Tar!fl' p." Hsw Reduced tho 1'ricu?WJteellag'* Claim for Ilaitdaaartoi-*. Yesterday morning's PJttsbnt%-h /)!? J pa<(A contained the foljoivlno account of ; tho organization of tho tin plato mami , iaeturera. The movement, 03 will lie Sen further on, is of great importanco to tho city of Wheeling: After all tlu talk, denials and exagv iterations, twenty-seven men claiming to be manufacturers of tin plate in tlie . present and prospective mot :it the A11aerson yesterday and fanned an sespcia' lion. It nowloolcu as if this much discufeod product will bo mudo iu America : after all. ! Tlio organization was completed by the election of J. W. Brittoii, of CIpvl* J *1 ,J [_ fL'|ianl.. I JUJiU,i JL'blUL'IiL , .JtUJU /,. .jit. f w. o.ivi ? turgor & Co.. Vice President; Warner Arms, ot Nilea. .Secretary, and Alfred ; Marshall, ot Philadelphia, Treasurer. Of tho twentwsoven llrniB represented, flvo are now making tin plate on a email scale. Some 0/ these nro tho St. Louis ' 8tamping Company, Xorton Bros., of Chicago; United .States Tin Plato Company and tho PitUV'iu^h Electro I'lut< ..lng Company, of which P. H. Laufman Si chairman'. Manufacturers of billots wore ulBOadmitted, as tho tin plate men ft}: are dependent upon thorn. From the testimony given it was learned that about twelve tin plate plants are uctu5 ally under construction in the country, and some of them will hp ready to make : tho plate about September 1. A coustitution and by-laws were adopted, and for the present Cleveland w ill be hcail' quarters. A central location is desired, aud.it is popsible Pittsburgh will be selected, though AVheelirg Is making trong claims. The object of tho association was deflnod to bo to secure unity of action among tho manufacturers of tin and tome plates In jitmericn, and to over5 como the difficulties and utilize the advantages mutually offend in establishing permanent business'in the couu*f?P. H. Laufman, of Pittsburg, snid that a capacity of 60,000 tons per annum Was I ^presented at the Kew York meeting, and fully 100,000 tons annually at the ' gathering horo yesterday. It was reported that two new plains have been , commenccd nt Philadelphia and throo more at points in Ohio. About 3,500,' 000 tons of plate are used in tho United State? yearly, aud the American mami< facturere, as soon ns they e.m get to going, will make one-third of the amount. ?,He sayB as soon as tho tarill was cut Aiwn wars iK/rv nnrl forned lnauv , makers into bankruptcy, the foroigruuiii V put np the price about 64 50 per box. . When the JIcKinloy bill was passed, ' and sinco then, they have reduced the prico 8 shilling and' undo a great noise, to scare Americans out o? the business; , but thoy aro not bo easily frightened. Tho Apollo concern ia now making MO boxes of plate per day, which thoy are 55 selling for $16 50 per box. Tho original jj| rate was $21, and Mr. Laufnian adds that . this only shown how the tarill' has already reduced tho prico. He also tjiiarnntoes a bettor quality, and points to the foreign tcrne plate on tho court i house, which is now worn out after ./ three years'use. He claims his platewould'last 20 years. ? THE UNITED STATES. _____ . Three Exprosslvo Toatt n Offered Ijy AmPr - lean* in X'iii m, ; . A party of Americana assembled one ' - Fourth of Jnly, at a dinner in Paris, j ^During the postprandinl exercises a gentleman ofosc and offered the follow' ing toast: "Hero's to tho'Uniled Statps ?bounded on thd North by British Amorica; bounded on tho South by the ; Gulf uf Mexico; bounded on the Unit . 'bv the Atlantic, and bounded on tho I West by the i'aciflc Oce&S." Tho ap7 plnuao was loud and Ion;. 'When it subsided another gentleman arose and said: "I want to co 0110 better than i that: 'Here's to the United States? ' bounded on. the rrotth by tho Kortli Pole; bounded on the South by tbo SouthPolo; bounded on the Kastbytho Si. Continent of Europe, and bounded on the Vest bv Asia/" This sentinieiit, cheered to the echo, was immediately B' followed by a toast uttered by a gentleman who announced himself as always ? !' haying been known as a modest man. He said; "Here's to the Unite-.! States j ?bounded on the fTor*: by the Aurora Boroalis; bounded on the South by the I Vernal Equino-rts; bounded oii the East by the RisLij Sun, uul bcrtinded oa the West by tho Day of, Judgment." It would, perhaps, bo unnecessary to add that tins toast took tho palm.. Fqil Picture of: Chntmrfly Depotr. J John XiuMll Young, in Sew York Prt ? Mr. JL)epow is ono of tho host known men in public life, and, as a con.-e. . qlience, least known. As n rulo?wo do . cot know much of those whose names are a part of common rumor. 3!r. ]>opew always seemed to bo ono of tho<e ; whq suffered because of his fame. Ho ia called n jester, a mountebank, n one! jviglit actor, and Mr. Kast recently made him tbo victim of it aeries of fearful cartoons?the most unjust ever drawn of a I a public man. Asa truth, Mr. Depow is J a tenons man, with a cravo, earnest ' Countenance, and lives a life oi endless toil. He is now in his 57th year, with n E atraicht, hussar like lienre, a clear cut f.. 1___. ...?n ?i jv JUUU, ?Vi* ai(??>u? m III.., ..UU.,.,V1,W >; two muscles running S/orti tho eye to v .thfl note which the Germans rati marks of genius. Ilia vivacity and courtesy C como from tho Huguenot in his comp. vsltion?liU singular business sense with the Holland blending. H? is a reinurka'orator in this that ho has the gift <.t im' Bj provisntion, runs along -a hile on his feet v as though ho were a music box wound up to the most harmonious of tunes, V vlt, htimor, pathos, with a complete ; ' knowledge of tho artof loading up lotlio RJ climax. K Mr. Dopow is personally ono of the ~ ; kindest and most engaging of men. I Jiavo never heard su unkind word of K Mm. In politics, in hi.? railroad ati'.iii j, in whatever may bo under controvi.ity. tho hardest of luttors, but never DeloV . the belt. Without olIusivcneBs or ofliclouiueEa. with a delicate modesty on the eontrnry, Mr. Depew is over doing t kind aud generous deeds. J have known . liim to t.tko a world of trouble for poor, y.' struggling ones, who could do no more than give thanks. No supplication is IS ever hoard in silence. * Tlic Sent Catcher* or ttio I'ncltin. J|>? rmti'rtM. ' Within a few cinvs Mere pal neon -BiBch talk about tlio alleged connection of Secretary Blaine's negotiations . with, England over the soil question in Bchr111# eon, ami tho contract of this goveru:. ' ment with tho North American Com; morclal Comvany for cntchiny Heals. It . was alleged that the aecretury'* orders i?or? all dictated by the interest ot tho company at tho instance of S. 11. Elkiiw, who woe stitl >o bo interested in tho coocttn. 1 hoard yostorAiy the wliole story of tho seal bufiiieiw front a gcnllo1 man .associated iuj attoraoy iu the afihirs oftlie company, and from thisetntcment it ajvpoars that tt>o Soerotaiy's iiojjoUatiops have crippled and dam-. ; . ap;U the company to such an ox-' tent ,*hnt It belioves it has a - >. . unit for damages against tho government, an J Attorney General Miller iidmite ii is probable the govorni:~. *ii v.ill be nnJ<>r eortnin conditions. Tho North Amorimii Commercial Company lias for itRpriticipal stockholders b.'U. Mills ana Lloyd Tevis, two enormously wealthy Californium of opposite politico. Mr. Mills is tholathi r-ni-law of Whitelaw Iteid, United .Stales -Minister to Frar-c. Two years ago thev ecu red, in competition with a number of .other companies} tho right exclusively to take seal lilo in tho sealin? grounds of the United Stales, for which privilege thev pay $50,000 per year ana a royalty or $0.02} per Seal. Their predocciSOM bad bpen allowed to *nt-n iii/i iKiti co-ilo. nvarv v<?nr for twenty years. They cxpoctetf to be allowed to take not leas than 100,000. Last year t hey took only 20,090. Tho business has been very unprofitable, but lis tho contract runs for twenty years tliey lmd loolced forward to recouping themselves later. BAJtOX HERSCH. Tlio HIo.hcs of tho stow Exodus ?Some I'olnts About IXim. Baron Hirsch, whose gigantic schemes for promoting a new exodus havo been described, lias hitherto been best known ?next to his financial operations?for liis social ambitions. Tho way in which tiie rrin.'e of Wales has recontly furthered tho Baron's wishes in this respect has, as every ono knows, been tho subject of much remark, not unlv in this country, but throughout the Continent. Even, however, the interest in tho Baron's social ambitions is likely to pale before that in tlio scheme which lie liits now conceived for assuming tho part of the modern Moses. It may not be generally remembered bored that some years ago uuother wealthy tiuaucier projected a great oxodus. This was .Mr. Camlet, who, ttnliko 'Jaron llirsch, proposed to take his countrymen back to the Holy Land! Negotiations wero in progress with the Porte for tho necessary 1'innan, and Mr. Cnzalet. had "planked down" one nnd a half millions lor carrying out his scheme when he suddenly died, and all that remains of tlio projected exodus is aIwii mot. This wits said by, or fathered on, one of tho English Kothseliilds. Ilo was asked, in counection with Mr. Cazalet's scheme,'wlnct ho would do When all his countrymen returned to 1'alesatinnfit naif." lin snid. "for the appointment of Ambassador in Loudon." Baron Ilirprli, the Mows of tho new exodns, though !in Austrian by birth, is best known in Franco. Spending the winter in tho beautiful house lie built for himself near tho Pare Monceau, the Baron used to give receptions which were much frequented by the Imperial and Hebrew nobility. Since their only son's death Baron llirseh and his wife lived mostly, when in France, at Beauregard, a beautiful placonear Versailles. But I ho Boron's principal "seat" is in Moravia, where lie entertains tho Prince of Wales with aieli profuso hospitality. .Similarly; in this country the Boron rents lingo shooting?the nurestmeans, as has been well said, for a rich man to make hie wayiutoI5nglijh-"society." In I'aris, as is welt known,'the Baron's attempts to buy liimseltin havo not been equally successful. Baron Hirseh's fortune is variously estimated from ?20,000,000. to .CM,000,000. His father jvas a Bavarian l^ikcr. The foundation of his fortune was a railway contract with the Turkish government. It lias sinco been enlarged by oilier railway manoeuvres in Kastern Europe anil;iry.spituiausos oil the Pari.-, Bourse, life son used to bo a well known figure m Newmarket, and tho Baron himself has of lato years gone on the turf. __________ A MO .Vet." J'orft II reiilj. - Little Boy?Mamma, may I rive wSat'B in my savings bank to that boggar mnu? Mamma?You.dear, svrect littlo chornb! j)o you want to givQ away nil of that uioiiey your uncle' gavo you? Thero was ovor u dollar. ' I spoilt eome of it, mamma." "Did you? Uowmueh is there left?" "There's a tvonty-five cent piece loft, l>ut the candv man said it was bad." All Kxplnhied. ? , , I (MMcr and Fur 11 if fa. 'i/v'il. "Conductor," murmured (ho affrighted passenger, "what's tho niattor in the next Pullman ear. Are tUcy having a light in there?" "Worse than that," replied tho conduotor; "one of Uio ladies is trying to tie her husband's nccktio for him." Plciify of Kooiu. JJarprrt Jiazar. '< Conductor?Step fonvard here, please. Irate I'neeonjjer?I'm forward as faras I oan go. There's no loom forward. Was?Vou'ro wrong, sir; thore'a about six miles of space just ahead of tho horeea. Jfot Appropriate. Harper,$ JJr.zar. Ileportah?How did yourhsnquot go od'. lianklurk? Bonklurk?tfot aa well as it might, you know. Tho toastmoster called on u jentloman who had lost an eye, an oar, and a log to answor to tho toast, "Our absent members." ' ^ S100 liouunl. 8100. Tho readers of tho Intklligexceii will be pleased tn learn that tiioro is at least one dreaded diseaso that science lias 1 been able to cure in all its Btages, and that is catarrh. .Hall's Catarrh (Apo is the only positive cure now known t6 the medioal fraternity. Calarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally, acting directly upon thu blood ?nd mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tlio foiind.itinn of tlio disease, and giving the patient strength by building upitlic constitution and assisting nature in | doing its work. The proprietors have I so much faith in . its curative powers, that thoy offer one hundred dollars for | any case that it fails to cuie. Send for I lLt of testimonials. | Address. F. J. CiikN'EV & Co., Toledo, , 0. Sold by druggists, "oc. | A pawnbroker refused to advance anything bu ? scconu-hana glass optic, remarking: "There's no speculation In tllOSC CVC8." Till) I'irst Stop. I'orhaps yon am run down, can't cat, cau'l sloop, can't think, can't do anything ' 1 your satisfaction, and you wonflljr what :iii3 voii. You should hoed tho warning, vim arc taking the firet into Nervous I'rostrntion. You need a Nerve Tonic, and in Klectric Bitters you will Hhd the exact remedy /or restoring nr.r nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Sariitislug resului follow the two of this grout Nervo Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored and the Liver imd Ividnoys restiino healthy action. Tit a bottle". I'rico'50 cents, at Logan Drug Co.'s Drug -Store. . 6 KEADKBS or tlic ISTKLLlCIorCER ro. ins: unt of town for thii Snmaer enn hnro the I NT LUJ 1IE.V CKJ C muilc<l to them for Klxty-flve ccats i?br month, pottage ?reu. . THE RELIGIOUS CIUSIS. Dr. Hober Newton tioji the Church Is la a Panic?80inn Vigorous lUmnrki. Skit Yujuc, May a.?Dr. Hebor Jfewton, when interviewed as to 'his threatened investigation, said it would be impoltic for him to talk just now. He denounced the objections to the confirmation of Phillips Brooks as infamous. He suid ho could understand, that a few high churchmen might objcct to Brooks, but it Beemed incredible there should be enough objectors to defeat him. He said in conclusion: "The Church is in a panic. Ken are no longor controlled by reason, but are going it blind. For instance, take the caao of Prof. Briggs, wlio la eioctea oy tlio Presbytery as a delegate to the General Acsemblv to assist in the revision of the Concession of Faith, and bofore the assembly conventions they vote him a heretic. It is a panic, I tell yon, and no man can venture an opinion us to how it will all end." Bunk Officers Arrested. Philadelphia, Pa., May 21.?Francis M. Kennedy, President, and Henry H. Kennedy, cashier, of the suspended Sprint; Garden National Bank, were arrested hist night on a warrant sworn out by a depositor named Eecherinonn, charging them with receiving doposits nt a timo when they knew the bank was insolvent. Thov were released in $5,000 bail, und will have a further hearing to-day. ' A Sad Dili, Hexdeiisox, Ky., May 21.?A sensation was created in this city by the discovery of the body of >B. H. Dignan, lying on his wife's grave. He was unconscious from a dose of laudannm, and is in a critical condition. Dignan is an nvipnsivn ruilrtlad contractor. Rain Puts Out tho-Fires* Altoo.va, Pa., May 21.?The ruin lust night put out all forest fires in Cambria county. Tho lumber mill of the Blair & Cambria Company, at Dean station, and the firo clay works of Harbison & Walker, wore burned Tuerday night. Loss, ?12,000. Wlint a Some mot (Pa.) County Man Thinks of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Located at Ilufliilo, N. Y. Somemt (Pa.) Herald. W. H. Miller, of Stoyestown, Pa., who has been suffering for nearly a quarter of a century from an afTection of the kidneys, resulting in the necessity for a surgical operation, after consulting and being treated by a number of our own doctors, as well as receiving the treatment and advice of some of the most prominent professional men of the land, finally became acquainted with tho abovo Institute, and their inodo and means of treatment. After due correspondence with tho World's Dispensary Medical Association, tho proprietors of the Invalids'Hotel, ho was induced to visit said institution. On arriving there and nftcr being fully acquainted with tho abundant means tlioy possess, he lost no timo in making tho necessary arrangements for the required treatment. After remaining for nearly four weeks at the Invalids' Hotel, whore you receive tho kindest and best treatment, and whero patients are loth to leave, after recovery, ho returned to his family and friends a cured and happy man. In giving this to the public Mr. Miller wishes to say that he owes the aforesaid JUSWlllW UUtUlUg UUK UU) UWU And tho fact that his own success and great relief is duo to similar testimonials* from others -who wero successfully treated there for all manner of chronic diseases from every Stato and Territory of the Union, Canada, Mexico and South America. It is a marvel of succoaa. Ho further Bays, should this fall to the notice of any sufferers from chronic diseases, such as seem to baffle tho skill of you own physician?but first and above nil give your own physicians a fair and impartial trial, and all the available means offered, as Somorset county may justly feel proud of her medical men, who spare no means nor timo in tho treatment of all cases entrusted to their charge. And if they fail, in many coses, it will bo an act of charity to point you to a placo where a probable cure may bo effected, which is the humble intent of tho above communication. The above Association is courteous, prompt and reliable. Fixdlay, Ohio, May 1,-1890. J. it. Look Red Clover Co., Detroit: Gentlkmex:?I hatobeen using your Fluid Extract of Eed Clover for constipation, and find it a truly wonderful mcdicine, in fact docs more than you claim for it. I cheerfully recommend it to any ono suffering from that or kindred complaints. Yours respectfully, Fiieoeuice Lfden. The above is but ono of many such letters we are receiving every day. If Sou are ailing try Loose's Extract Bed 'lover. If it does you half as much good as Mr. Luden, you will bo well repaid. If it does you no good after taithful trial return the bottlo to druggist you purchased of and ho will return vour money, as such Is our instructions, bnly try it is all wo ask. For sale by Logan Drug Co. saw TnE Olivo branch has always boen used as nn emblem of peace and good will. WheA tho dovo returned to the ark with the Olivo twig in its mouth it brought joy and pcaco to Noah and his family. The mission of "Olive Blossom" is to carry joy, pcaco and health to suffering women. "Olivo Blossom" is sold by Logan Drug Co., C. R. Goctzc, W. "Vv. Irwin, W. K. Williams. C. Sohnenf. C. Mcnke mollcr, W. 0. Armbriglit, W. II. Williams and M. W. Ileinrici; J. W. Darrnh, Rolstoii & Co., Martin's Fcrrv; Bowio 4 Co., Bridgeport; C. M. Wyrick,.Bellaire; St. Clair Bros., Benwood. "D4VI-6 Slok lluudnuho. Loose's Red Clover Pills cure nick lieadriclio, dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation. 2oc per box, 6 boxes for.$l. For p.'tlo by Logan Drug Co. D.??" CHILD BIRTH MAD? EASY,! " Mothers' Frieud " is a scientHIcallyprepared Liniment, everyingre dient of recognized value and In . constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined ip a manner hitherto unknolffl i "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO an that It claimed for It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothus " mailed FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. SctttbyexprcMon receipt of prlc?91-80ptrbottta BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Mania. ? . SOLD BY Alili DRCOOISTB. LOGAN DRUG CO.* mtlO-WW AND ALLDRCGU13T8. ' " "'V'*" 'f-s? Good Morning! Yon Are Hoarse! Lightning Cough Drops are something new In the way of a throat and Inne brUsnm, are ante, certain and prompt In their action, and are a sure oure for CllOLU'. I'hice, a auil 60 acres A BORU. Lightning Vegetabio Liver Pills are a rare cure for Rick Headache. Blllousnesa, Cottlreneai, PUM andlnactlrlty of tbe Ihrer. 23 euro a Box. Sugar Coated. one plU a dose. Don't gripe or make jou sic*. I Inhfnlnn lint Elrnnc Bligilkliaia*] mm mm- ? - ?f- ? A panacea for external and Internal nie. For Bhenraatlsm, Neuralgia, Diphtheria, Bore Throat Sprains, Brutes, Lawencss, Burn*. Oranips. Collo anil nir iralnful ancctlons. A sure cure lor Diarrhoea, Bummer Complaint and flux, IB ana M ckkts teb Bottlx. , Keep them 1b the Home, thoy will ofton Savo Doctor Bills. U yon feel no relief after uslnft two-thirds the content! of a bottle of these medicine; return the remaining one-third to the dealer from whom jou bought It aud ho will rclutid the price paid lor the entire bottle. For Sale bj all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine. Prepared by HERB MEDICINE CO., - Weston, W. Va. ED. L. ROSE & CO.?HEADQUARTERS FOR WHEELS. EDW. L. ROSE & CO. 108 HEW AJtD SECOND-HAND BICYCLES KQWIX STOCK ?OF THE FOLLOWING MAKES: Pajhfinder, i^erior^' 51 TWELFTH ST., S. BALbARD, Wheeling,w. Va. Manacrer. for Infants and Children. "Castorla is w> well adapted to chlldrcnthat I Ciutorla cures Colic, Ccnjctlpatlon, Irocommond It a* superior to any prescription ^ dt known to me." IL A. Ancuta, M. D.t I portion. Ill 60. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. | Without injurious medication. Tsb Ckntaur Coy pant, 77 B1 array Street, N. 7. ^ . ? eBA^vpn AND POPPED OPEH. ljgjjjjffl Ldtdlf.t, Stecbek Co., N. T., April 11, 1800. FoBTEn, Mimhjici & Co., Buffalo, N, Y. *S?t &?' 'J&' - Gektlemes When about ten or twelvo years old I was troubled with, cracks across tbo palm of ^ my loft hand, and when tlioy Willed the trouble ; \ broke out on my head, and every winter it would ' comc out 118 a sort ?1tctter an'l make scales all orcr my head. I bare not been free from it a single fflztliA winter since, but,it was worse last; winter after I had MBSeZjy the grippe, for then it came dutin spots (til-over my body. I had a doctor examine mtf. nnd he told mo that thero was no euro for me. I got worse and worse. (Scalos would form over the sores and then dry out until they would crack and jjpp open, showing a watery matter. My skin was all like ii diy wrapper.It felt as though it had dried on mo. The scalesrwero so bad that they would collect in the bed and have to be shaken out. It wta about this time that I commenced using B. B. B. I was so had that 1 was ashamed to tako my hat off before a neighbor. X had used five bottles of another medicine without noticing any effect; but when I commenced to tako B. B. B. the soros csmo out thicker than before, and they burned llko Ore; thoy wero immense blotchcs of fire that would burn so I could not sleep. Tho way they burned and itched can not be told, and I hope no one else may ever kuow from experience. Tho only relief I could get was from washing tho sores with some B. 6. B. I stuck to tho medlclno and was on the fourth bottle before I could see that I was really better, although I knew that it was better to get such rottenness out of my blood than to havo It stay there. X did say onco that I wished-1 had never commenced taking B. B. B? but my wife encouraged mo, and to-day I thank her for tho advice, for I am In good health now, and I don't believe I ever would havo been with my blood in such a condition as It was. My scalp now is clean and clear of allscalcs and tetter, andon my body thoro aro only small spots to show where tho sores were, and these spots aro free from scales. I do not doubt ^t that the euro will bo perfect. I am now on the sixth bottle and will tako more until every spot Is gone. I firmly believe that Burdock Blood Bittiri will cure the worst disorders of the blood, fnr mi oh cflrtainlv waa mine. Signed, ? j PR.SCHEHCK'8 P^^WOISAKEPSLLS nn ,Mr<i ^ fi'pfltaiPFgl standard for over half a century ?? \EAWEEO Cura Indigestion, Poor Stomach, Heart- m rgSs^Sffg M *"** " ^ burn, Flatuloncy, Colic, and all Dlfaw* of H "" " wISIV mmm thcSumuu-li; Cosilvcnrss, Inflammation, 1 Dlarrhmo,Plli*,and I)iioiuc?uftU?>lto*e!*; _, m/kmiia Congestion, Biliousness, Jaundice, 2tau?eu, /MtsmaBm TflHlSffS Headache, Glddinem, Nprrouiinris, Wan- SV^jPShJSj B UillU doritiR Pains, Malaria, LIt?t Cumnlain^ O ? rIR Jg and all DIlOMMWMngftotn aQ .indina --m?b i Sluggish Idver. They cloan tin- mficous laa Positive Cora for coats, reduce forget) or congMtJd condl- Will Cor? tlon?,lir<>ak uji?tubbornconi|illAUons,re.^ftje#*ue f*f\t ne DYSPEPSIA store free, healthy action to the on ?in., and ^ . U, ?,V?' COhPSt tit. ili? ?yit?in * olixncv to warn urno A"r| -1"Blwuwoftlio And all H!jonI?n of th, Dl'oudatriinglli. Tlivyaro THROAT AND LUN08. SMUwOmiun. ItUllko?l<? ? urrrTAD, t* II 1? pl?*uit ?o the tntt, . ? Corroborative or Strength- PURELY VEGETABLE, And don nut contain npartlclo nlng Medicine, and ni?y be cTDirTI V DTI iflB I F of oplom or anything Injnrl* taken with bendlt in all com* ainiwlL' ntuiMCUE., 0us. ItlstheI?e?tCouzli3led. of Debility. For Sale by all and ABSOLUTELY SAFE.'clnoin tho World. ForHila Droulsta Pricfl,$l.00per bot- by nil DrapcUto. Prlca$lAO tie. Dr.Schenclc'a Kew Hook For Sale by all Druggists. jPrlc >2'? eta.porl>ottle. Dr. <*chench's Uoois oa Longs, Liter and Stomach per box; 3 boxea for C5 cts.: or wnt by on Consumption and Ha CurBb mailed free. Address, null, postacv free, on receipt oi price, raail?d freo. Address Or.J.H.3chenck&Son,Phll?. l)r. J. n. &uenck A Son, Philadelphia, Pa. Dr.J.H.fc^nnck & Son. Phils. A 1 i /PQ THE ' i (C AVv^powder , Satisfaction Cuarantssd. EACH CAN OFTHE COOKS BAKING POWDER IS GUARANTEED t-ULU Slh'tNUIrl, HJUU WtlHHI, ANU 13 SOLD ON ITS MERITS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT WITH QUALITY. i COOKS Quarters,Retail at 5 cts. 1 COOKS Halves, Retail at "80 cts. ; COOKS Pounds, Retail at 20 ctb. ; Sold by all Cfocere. Try a Pound Can. " GROCERIES, ETC. M. fplLLYT WHOLE^LE GROCER, PorRfPacker Ctirer /of*the Celebrated "STRAWBERRY" HAMS. 5gl * - FLOUR. Christian Bros-'-^wovN" Brand, Jllnnonnoih Futont.Taylora patriot and "JJjst" im ;? >VillIam?i' Cliflloo'Olilo Family, and many 1 oilier choice Uraud* of Family I'luu; iu stock and constantly*rowtvli..'. ROASTED COFFEE, j "Alakoma," "AjiDVCKtr/s," "Lion." and or own roast of "Old Wo wan," "iioua ^ and looa* roast. Solengont for tho Celebntcd DuPont Powd? Mill*. A full supply of Rifle, Masting andSidE lug Powder of overy kind constantly in auto, ziuc. Order* solicited from.dealers onlv. TK fl Patent llomp, Cotton and Water Proof S.M* pum. :;rt' Q/70K imST JUNE PARTY tt tyj 4 +J t J Kuro;>o trill leave New York br the CuimrdStcnrrtcr Amnnla, Saturday, Maya for a three mouths'Jour. embracing Ireland. Scotland. EuKl^ud, Tlollaud, Belgium, o,. Rhine. Germany, Switzerland, France anc luj? The cost of membership in tho party ta jt-V which includes Hret-elasS travel, thtou'toiu, , hotel accommodations, carriage driven and utfra 'expenses, ntid will he accompanied by an ;,:.u conductor. TIclrotaprocuredut II. P. UEiiutNj' 2217 Market sltxrvt. . n: ' PLUMBING, ETCT~ TRIMBLE & LUTZ, 1410 and Ills Market St., Wheeling, W. Vi myll 11.UU2 (& SON, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, GAS AND STBAM FXTTE11S, No. 33 Twelfth Stiuxt. All worlc donoffiftmptly atrcasonabln pricct. riEO. IIIBBERDSON. VJ fiuccesjiors to Thompson & IUbbcrd, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, GAS isn STkXwMTTERS, llltASS FOUXDEffl SpOeialtiev.?Nutuxul Ons BopuIIos, fctcaa Hcntlnfr and Ventilation. 1314 Market Strfect, Wheeling V. Va. ttB-All woil^ jjyomptly done at niost'xcufon*. bio prlcc-v * - jsi Antistry. New, York; Dental Association, NO. ST., WheOUnj, W. Vu. A Set or Tf.eD(I? ? 3 00 A Good Set....;...'. . 8 00 Br.ST Slt Id 00 GOLDFl^NG^A SPECIALTY! KxmArTiNGM.,X!.... 23 Tenti Vitalized Aim......... 00 (Xott. DR. ,C. L. HILL, SUMMER RESORTS. Deer ParkandOakiaiii, ON THE CREST OF THE ALLEGNAS'IM MO FEET ABOVE TIDE-\yATEIl SEASON OPENS JUNE 15, 1891. These famous mountain resorts, sitnnti 1at tin summit of the AlleRhanlea'tind dlreotlf upen the main line of the Baltimore A: Oiiio JUilltoM, have the advantage of its nplendld unIbuM express trjiiu forvlfu both cant and wc^t. iiatj u? therefore readily accessible from all parte of tM country. All IJnltimoro ?fc Ohio train* stop i? Deer l'ark and Oukland during tho seuM-u. Rates, $60, $75 and $90 a Month, according to location. Communications ^h?a!d be addressed to GEORGE J). I^UIIII .! | n/rer ltultiiuoro ? OhJo nou-K Cyiabcrma. Md., up to June 10; after thflt date eltl r Park or Oakland, (iarrctt county. Md- ">.v ^ CORNK^ANTKHN ROOFING._ GALVANIZED IRON COW . AND-2* TIN1 + ROOFING* Speefnt attention triron tn nil kinds of ^eet Iron ohd Tin nork otiBnlldiu^. Ala-* fitccl mid Felt Kooflii}?. rail and get pr$cOB before contractlti:vs I am I PKKPAKED TO GIVE UAjRGAI.Nd in th^t lino of work. B. P. CHLDWELL. |e15 flnrngr Main n:ni Sonlli N~' PHOTOGRAPHY. ^RISTO -PH0TOGRKPH S-1 r 7} " * J OUr. &TKCIAI.TY. ipl! HI GO I y ' S G ft L L V r. CHINA. GLASS & QUEENSWAgE; \\r \ i V. f \ppm? vv?; ?AS!) R'007V* 7^GUL-DINC3. :twlll pij you lo cnll ntul mo my li*"' "rs buylug elsewhere. mrtl '.'V .mux VIM EJIQVKl), REDMAN & CO. lavo'remoyjd their Machine Shop to n !orru?atp<iyrqri building on Chaplin ween Seventeenth ami Kl^htocnth jo now roiflyfroT business ?t th''_m;" : _Jt K.'JOB-iniORK-i , f Keatfywd Promptly Exrcutfdj* i&bUMliucir Jol. Boomi j