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(STOLEN MEN A BABY.
ictor Frank I. Frayne, Jr., la Really George McOormiok. IS MOTHER DIED IN CHICRGO ^ tj,e Time of the Great Fire?Tho Elder Frayno fltole Jffin and Brought Him Up At life Omi Son, but Confessed the Crime on His Deathbed?A Strange Meeting. .. " Tnh'OO?Frank I. Travnc. JpilMiM, .. r. on his death bed confessed a flioe which reached its donouement at filter sands, a beautiful seaside resort iB.'.'ccaat of the Now Haven Light> yesterday. Intniy-one years ago Mr. and Mr* KtCornrick, prominent people of Haitigore, were visiting in Chicago with H tbeir two children, a girl aged ten years nli boy of two years. Mr. McCorglet was attacked with paralysis on the H fiMt and soon died. In order to have tleUby provided for until tho widow H to'ilJ iniiko arrangements to return to Jsltiuiore, the child was left in a conif:.! in Cliiaigo in tho cure oI the J| Superior. Within n week or no Mrs. McCormlck was taken suddenH lj ill. and tlied leaving the little duugiiiialone and almost triendless. H almost on the same day that tho H Bother died the great Chicago lire be* Tim convent in which the little [. - l<-it wua burned lo the ground, jr.i its inmates were scattered all over iLcritv. The little girl was sent back to friends in Jlaltimore after a time by ; ?k"i authorities, but the baby George disappeared, as they finally beHerou. forever. Every eflort to find In the meantime the Mother Superior hail taken the boy to a prirato house in the suburb* of C'liicajo, when* he happened to catch the oye of iJ o original 1* rank I. Frayne. v *? ?r wanted the boy to use in sensational parts of his plays, and learning the name of hid mother, sent his titp with n t'orged letter, purporting to t* from Mrs. McCormick, nskiug tho }i thcr "ii;ieriur to give the buy lo her. The boy was given up, and soon after Frayne and his wife left tho city,haviug the'boy adopted as their own. Baby always supposed himself their child, and was known as Frank L Frayne. Jr. The woman whom he supposed was his mother was soon afterward estrnn;i'd from her husband. She died in later years, and the youth had a monu Cient erected over ner grave oeanngtniB fcrription: "Deserted by all but her loving ton." Tne original Fayne soon married ipfn, and, until Jio wo$ dying, hit secbti*l wift* .supposei that voung Frank vu liis own eon. On his deathbed, overcome by remorse, the actor told her the witt, and r.uulo her swear to reM. re the boy to his family, giving her tli" mother's name. Mrs. Frayne faithfully carried out his instructions. She Wailvertised and employed detectives Iv the fcore. The McCormick sister married a wealthy merchant in Oskosh, Wis., and hi> always nought for tidings of her lost brother. One day recently she discovtvnl one of Mrs. Frnyno's advertisemeat.*, and at once packed up and eoutflit th? widow, who told her^that was known as Prank i Kravne, the young actor, waBHtopl'ingat.<iiver Sandu, Now Haven, tho summer cotnige of ET~J. Uaseoti, the theatrical manager. On Thursday Mrs. Gannon, the sister,! n.u'iKMi Mivcr Manila, and young jjrayne [ for the first time knew that he was not ] Frank l'rnyne. but George McCormick, and that he had a sister who was very I wealthy. The meeting was, of course, j I and touching. Yesterday a' banquet was given by Mr. Unison In kI.'(ration ??f the event. Among the pests were W. JL JCdfforton, George 13. Kunni'll,Colonel Prentiss Ingraliam and !'r. Frank 1'ower, of New York. A Ji. v. r man attended, and found tlio brother and sister seated on the rocks Euh' l?y nide and hand in hand. They were (jetting acquainted, Mrs. Gannon sjii?i, aft?*r twenty-one years of separation. Mrs. Gannon willingly tola the sf'irv as she rt'incmhered it and as known from the statements of. Mrs. Frayue. A Synt<*iu:itli< lllcycte Thief. RociintTEU, X. V., July 28.?Detective l)ukl'll)U- ll!ia n mnn mlinin !?<? polite believe to be the bicycle thief they have been after somo time, ft man who has operated here and in other (ities. lie pays he is William Kussell, d New Haven. 1 le is about 32 yearn of *:< . His plan of operation was to steal & wheel and then go to nngther town ?u?lttapojie of it; then steal another wlu'ol and go on again. He is wanted l't-rc. at Buffalo, Syracuso, New Haven, tyrir.nlk'ld and many other cities. UofiiHCil the SujierMHlenfl. Omaha, N*p.n..July29.?Justice Brewer this morning refused to grant the application : tho Union Pacific for ft superMww in the bridge ease. This nftor! In- will pass upon "the application of i!i'- hock Island to run >ts trains -v.vn# uio urrnge under the present rule?! ??f the Union V-aciflc, anil will entw the <tareo. which will probably de1'iaml immediate compliance with the terms ut the contract. ?A Dog Hit the llnrfte. A? xia, 0.t July 20.?While Mrs. Unatin and (laughter, Mrs. Smith, and the totter'.* little child, wore driving home tarn a visit yesterday a clog ran out In' the id and bit the horse, which became frightened and ran nwny. The three received injuries from which it is Wnl Mrs. Smith and child will not reaver. Wnntn to ComproinUe. IHytov, o., July 21).?Snpt.'Neilson, 01 the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad, held a conference last night *ith the road physicians and attorneys - I lir.rteil that advances looking to a wmproniisa b<* _ ,unuiUO mllllliuil 01 the killed and the forty people who injured in the excursion wreck at JiiiJtlietowtt Saturday night Cnn't You Catch On 7r|? knowing means of overcoming that ohM>?t" tiiiortor, constipation? Of courae you Th?i why don't you? Aaic tho*e who | v tried i!,nud th?y will tell you that Ho* ^Uvr ? stomach Ult:on? la a matchless laxative, .ual without violent* thoroughly nl:cra. " ' >t Perfectly reliable. it uvtgomm? too, ' an it rcgulato* the syktom. and it wutny to tula first quality thai It owe* the per* y?,( its nfuUUU* OfftCtl, since, if vltfor ? i 'ki.c in tho rvKiou of thf bowela. the ' >> and the liver, healthful activity In jwje organ* la susponaed. Deobttrnenta and - ' ?iu general are imply that and noth: -":c. tlwy relax the U?wel* morely without u\ f -4 ., ,ilClxli nu(j M |bcjr Motive notion ; " Mv s-.rupt nnd violent they reollv tend ; ?the organs. '> tb<? Blttafa, n(*o, tot SSoeyl rlubj'a*lUa? InutgeaUon, debility and hlSCOLS SCHOOL'S GRADE. l'riuclpnl Jouaa Call* Attention to a Ml?tuhe About It. To Itu HdUor of iht JnttUicauxr: Sir?Permit mo through the columns of your valued paper to call attention to a mistake that has been repeatedly inado by. both Dr. Pipes and Prof. F. 11. Crago in the discussion going on between them. A reference to tho record for the school year of 1889-90 will show that Lincoln school did not have tho lowest percentage in the city, as stated bv these gentlemen. Wo wore behind tne other schools tho lut school vear, but not the one preceding it. I am confident neither or the abovo named gentlemen would, intentionally, do us an injustice, but as it is seldom our pleasure w occupy any place out inu one usually allotted to us, wo beg to note and emphasUe thin exception. Vory respcctfullv, > James ilcH. Joxa. ItiUIHTTA, 0., July 27. BEIiLAliiK. All Sort* of Local Setrt nnd Goulp from Uio Glaii City. Tlie Wcgee railroad bridge is completed. Dr. C. Rearden and wife aro homo from a Walt to New Castle, Pa. Tho Democratic young men here are trying to organize a campaign club. Feto Creswell is again over in Marshall county, West Virginia, on a visit. The Bellaire blast furnace engines will undergo some needed repairs today. J. AV. Stegor and family left yesterday for their annual trip to tho'.Northern lakes. Elmer Tarbet, a well known Hock Hill farmer, has a boy at his home?the first born. The Natural Gas Company has Noble street torn up at tho C., L. A Wr. crowing, looking for aloak. Sheets, Marsh A DuBois are shipping sand to Mingo Junction from the 15., X. A 0. sandpits below town. On account of tho new crown to be put on the lantern globo works they will be a little lato in starting. James White was seriously hurt yesterday morning at tho Miisgrove Coal Works by a premature discharge of it blast. Quits a crowd of colored ladies and gentlemen joined tho K. of P. from wheeling yesterday and went to Belmont Park. Tho parents of 001 children who live in Hose Hill, west of tho B. & 0. tracks, think they ought to have a school building on their side. The men stood around waiting patiently yestorday at the steel plant, but did not get started. A start was, however, made last night._ On account of the very deep excavations for tho sewer in tho Fifth ward ot Thirty-sixth street, street car passengers have to chnugo ears. Two boys, Vincent Francis and a boy whoso name was not learned, stole several mouth organs from Levi l.ichtig's New York store, but were caught in tlio act. Edward T.ncas, the young man who stole the razors and tho revolver, got ten davs in jail and $20 and costs on each charge, lie was taken out yesterday. A crowd of Fred Kodewig's friends surprised him, the occasion being his eixty-third birthday. Refreshments were served and a royal good time had 1... .11 uy an. MOUXDSVLLLE. The Unom on Marnhuir* Metropolis?Locnj Gossip. The county court and sheriff are having their annual aottloment. Work on the Young People's Temple at the camp grounds is progressing rapidly. Misses Edith Bryan and Nora Wilton!, of Cameron, were visiting friends here yesterday. Will Gray will leave in n few davs for Mountain l,al;c Park to spend the heated term. R. G. llorr, of Michigan, will dolivor , an address ut the court home on September 5 on the tariff question. llanajjcr Criswell, of the Opera IIou.?e, is arranging for some good at- ' tractions for the coming season. Tiie summer school students will picnic ut i'otts's .Mills to-inorrow. Principal Williams will accompany them. 3. G. Cook, General Malinger of tho . Moundsvillo Mining and Manufacturing :n PiiVi.in.ii vuill|'i|l?t I n 111 tv/ i ^ ?u. in the interest oi tlie company. A game of busc ball will bo played next .Saturday between the Moumlsville 1 and Camp Ground teams. The latter was badly worsted In the last contest. 1 An Ohio man from tho Pipe creek region went into Kogurs's drug store ' yesterday and while standing by tho conntor swooned and fell, smashing one I of the larger glass show cases. The doctor administered restoratives and soon brought him around all right. Plans and specifications have been opened in the olilee of tho Moundsville Mining and -Manufacturing Company for the cxcavation for tho glass house foundation and enve, also for furnishing and laying stono for the foundations. The p'lst shows tho main building, about .TOO feet in length, of stone, brick and iron. It will be one of tho best equipped glass plants in tho country. Every tissue of the body, every nerve, bone and muscle is ma<le stronger and more healthy by taking Hood s 'Sarsnparilla. 4 A collection of Cclia Tlioxtor's poems with tho title "Verses," lias just been issued. I USED throe bottles of "Mother's Friend," and when I iva# sick I never went to bed until 12:1*0, and my boy * was born at a. in with scarcely any pain. I will do nil 1 con in rwomuwiidIng It to expectant mothers. Your thankful friend, MR#. H. F. WALTEBKUS. Morion, 0., Srpt.. 1SJK). Hold at wholesale and retail by Logan Drug Co., and all druggists. iwtw-ii PITTSBURGH EXCURSION ? i c To the ftront Hxlilltltiou at Ilcrrontion Pnrk i of Pain's Ln?t Day* of Fompell. Thursday, July 80tli, the Baltimore 4 i Ohio Company will soil nxciimion tick- I cts on afternoon trains, Wheeling to Pittsburgh, at $2 for the round trip, which Includes one admission to the exhibition. Tickets good returning until Friday, Jnly31at. Xntldfial Kncntutiin( rami Armr nftfm IUpobllc, ut Detroit, Mich., August 3 to 9,1001. August 1, 2 and 3 Hie Baltimore A : Ohin Company will sell excursion tickets tu Detroit via Hatidntlcr and boat. Alto . via Munrnorillc and all rail at S5 K (or the round trip, good returning until August 18, unlpj.t left with agent o( the terminal lines at Detroit, who will extend limit until September 30. MAIITIN'S FEHRY. ALarfiq Wedding?Succuioful Y. M. C. A. Entertainment?lilcjcllug?Otiiar >'ewi Notes, The contributors' tea given at tbo Y. M. C. A. rowun last night under tlie auspices of tho auxiliary, was a very enjoyable as well as a profitable affair. Tbo attendance was large and tbe eveninn wa*> occupied by vocal and instrumental music, conversation, supper, informal talks, etc. The supper served by tbo good ladies was n pleasing feature. The general secretary, Mr. Ed. S. Houghton, made a report. Dr. Will H. Hall gave a talk on tho spiritual department of tho association. The financial condition was presented by Mr. Benjamin Exley, and Mr. T. W. Slireve told of itsjiims," objects, workings, condition, etc. Brief remarks were made by others. The ten was the most successful in the history ol tho association. Mr. Alexander Beitlimiller, the well known Hanover street butcher, and Miss Amolia Fectterer, a popular young ??I4U. UUUI lUa'llliVi UlU^Uli ovuvvt in the First ward building, wore married yesterday at the residence of the brides mother, Mrs. Catherine Feettcrer, on Carlysle street. The ceremony was performed precisely at one o'clock bv Kay. H. X. Campbell, pastor of the 'Presbyterian church. There wore no attendants. The ceremonyand congratulations over, an excellent wedding dinner was served and highly enjoyed by the fifty friends and relatives Sresent. The bride was attired in a eautiful costume and wore orange blossoms. The Uoral decorations, botli 011 the table and in the parlor, wero profuse, and the presents wero quite numerous. The wedding was a very pretty one. The newly married couple left 011 the four o'clock train to spend their bridal tour on the northern lakes. They will be go no about thrco weeks. Bev. Mr. Charles O'Meara, rector of St. Paul's church, who is an expert bicyclist, purciiased a new wheel yesterday. it is the Victor C., which has the now pattern frame with tho Victor cushions on both wlioelB. This is the first one of this style in Martin's Ferrv. Mr. O'Meara has been for some time in search of tho best wheel made and thinks ho has discovered it. In trying to overtake the work under his caro hero and in Uollairc he spares neither himself nor his wheel. He has for some time been riding an English wheel, but he now thinks that it takes Yankee ingenuity to make the best bicycles. Last night the famous Wesleyan Col lege Quartette, consixting of \\illiam Winters, of Martin'a Ferry, Sherry Bell, Frank MoKay and William Harris, was charmingly entertained by Miss Bessie Ilradv, also of Delaware College, at her home' on North Fifth street. The quartette sang several of its best selections, which were interspersed with excellent instrumental music, elegant refreshments and a good time. A number of young friends of Miss Brady were guests and ail present spent a most enjoyable evening. Ellia Lash, of this citv, and Win. Gruber, of Wheeling, will Btttrt next Sunday for Memphis, Teim., on their wheels. Both are good riders and have been training for tne long journey for the post two weeks. The}- will take sullleient mouoy to ride in the cars, should their wheels break down. The Wheeling & Lake Erie is much the shortest line, and no change of cars from Martin's Ferry to Detroit Take it for the G. A. K. encampment and save time, changes, transfers and delays. Fare, $5.70 for round trip. Enquire of 0. K. Wood for tickets. * Anthony Kyne died at tho family residence on Second street yesterday morning, aged 76 years, lie was born at Fair Ilili, Ireland, and caino to the United States in 1832. Ho liad been n : resident ol Martin's Ferry (or 35 years, , and was well rcspocted. Tho Oberlin evangelists will jirrivo today at 8:30, and hold the tlrsf meeting in the I'resbyterian church at 7:30p. m Exlev & Co. havo placed a new vestment ease in St. Mary's church, and a new 000 pound boll has been ordorcd. Sheet mill No. 2 at the ^5t mi will go on to-day. The break-down mill started last night, and will run night turn. The firm of Patterson & Co., hardware . dealers, has been dissolved, Air. James Cinithor retiring. Mrs. Joseph Williams and Miss Hachael Iloylo returned from Michigan j yesterday, c The passenger and freight depots of i the Terminal railway are Hearing com- t plotion. Markod down?hammocks at tlie l'ost- : Dflice news stand. Call btifore they arc ill sold. A lato wrinkle in this city is to sere- 1 tiado the parents of newly born children, ] Last evening Miss I.orlo Wells gave a par ty at her home in the Third ward. Georeo Robinson lina Bold his Fifth Jtreet property to M. S. McGrew. Mrs. J. E. Reynolds and children are ^siting at Clarington. Jiunes Vichors is quite sick with typhoid fever. The Standard will went on in full yesterday. y i S. B. Dukfey, inato of steamer Arixp- J ua, had his foot hudly jammed. Thomas' i Ecleetric Oil cured it. Nothing equal to i ii ior a <}uicK imin rcncvur. daw j SUMMER RESORTS- , ? k Delightful Summer Resort! 1 2,000 Foot Above Tide. 1 v 1 I Hotel Gordon, * Klncwood, W. Va. F. M. THOMAS, Proprietor. I K New, FlratClass Hotel. Newly ami Elegantly Furnlahtd. I>?Hghtfui Situation. BtatCnfifne. )pen All the Year. Telegraph and HaJlroad Connection* Bonk Accommodation* TERMS REASONABLE. The lai*? ground* jrroatly Improved. Two and * I UUil miita iiuui vuw iMi in.i *4uu luvcr. . rwo dally trains to nud from Tunncltou on the u 1.6 0. Apply for roowat once. n>ya ?i MONTEREY HOTEL, ;i la ATLANTIC CITV, N. J. * Ocean End New York Avenue. * N?ir hot and cold jm??\ water biitha and all * >lar?*of interest, comfortable rooms. Excelen: table. icJS ' E. K. SEWCOytF.R. ========== C PHOTOGRAPHY. PTUiE! T J CI ?TbJj Week Only, ONE 8x10 FRAME I u with every do<ou Cabinet i'hotofrapM. T Jrtt HIQ0IN8* GALLERY. ai BARGAINS IN DRY G( GE0.R.1 1150 MHI] 1153 J^TTRK mmm To reduce stook and e Summer Got GREAT I Until the First All Scmmtr Dress Hoods to All Black and Col All Impor; All Table Linens, Quilts, To1 Linen Sheeting All Silk Waists Marked Less All Lace and Cheni All Pi This Special Sale bi made attractive to all GEOiU ED.'L. ROSE i. CO.?HEAD* \re the groat Wheels for Amerloan rl attending the Detroit Meet ai reaentatlon of these V* ED. La. ROSE St CO, Mcycles iu this vicinity, oho have a larger and n ither dealers in this Slato combined. New and .w>h> (mm &i!i to 91 Hi. If von intend nurcha.'in? o until you onmiue this itock. J. L. BALLAI MEDICAL. BEALTHlS WEALTH. ])R. J!. C. WERY'B NntVE AND BraIX TRKATiknt, n guaguiteod spcolflo for Hysteria, Dialii'Mi, Convulsions, Flu, Nervous .Vouraigia, leauacbe, Norvous Prostration caused by the lsu of alcohol or tobacco, WukefulnoM, Mental tepressiou, Sohcnlnjf of tbo Drain, resulting in inanity ana leading to raucry, uecay anu aeata. 'rematuru Old Ajjc, Barrenness. Lois of Power neither tux. Involuntary lo*?ca and Spermatirrhrva roused by over-excrtlou of tho brain, elf abu*4 or over-indulgence. Kach box conulna ouo month's treatment tl (X) a box, or nix ioxt'1 for 00, sent by mail prepaid on rccelpt t price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES 'oenre any cane. With each order received by m for *lx boxes, accompanied with ?" <?, we will end thu purchnacr our written guarantee to reund tho money if the treutmcui duet not effect , cure. Guarantee* Usued only by Mc LAlN IWoTIlKIW. Dtumfntt. ole Accnts, McLoin's Hlock. Corner Mnrket and Twelfth iHreoU, Wheeling. W.Va. jaUmhsavr DXt BANDEZTS ELECTRIC BELT UTCST PAT?NTS* IUC7I1HWMYMUTt IIWUHT. tiru*?Kon ef t>n(a, mrr? Am*, ?imw? ?r leJItertiUa, i ifiatl Mbisttiou. Inm*, ?tr?o?? d?b|lliT, tit?p uo?>?. Uofuar, rbtvBtiUffl. kttMj, liter ?id bt?i4?r cm ilili, lint tul, luniU<o. ittiilM, ?B?nil lil-h?*!th,?u. Mi fltttrlt Nil cenulei W?Mltrf?l lMrro??f au mm Ml b?ri. |I*m? iiirrnt tfc?l (i fatUaUj f?u by U? tnm ?? r?cf?U f ?.n00,00. u4 ?IM ?rt Ml of Ut ?bo?# '?*r mm m. Tkiuuli km ln? nr?? ky tkla mniliu iVfDUao fur *11 oit.rr r#a*4lM UIU4, w4 ? gin ki?> '?4? of bI?!? In tkU IM Jtrr ?tbtr ?UU. Omr p??rfil Ibm?t?4 ILICT*1g *r>?WWRT li Ui filnt t??n ?tir a.rtd via sua; VKtR KITtULL BBLTR. Hitllk Tlftroi Plrtrflfc OtURtlTStD la ?0 la *0 4I?. Sic 1 f?r Ut|i ilUiiraUd puapblcu, Ia*lt4, (ft* ??a[sfr>3&rc TaXiUonRJco co. No. 819 Broadway. NEW VOrtX. ' JyT-rrha* B500 REWABD! Wc will pay the above reward (or any cam o( Irer Complaint, Dy*pcp?la, &'ek'Headache. Ingestion, Constipation orCo*tlvenesa we cannot arc with Weal's Veri table Uv?r Pi Ha, when th? lrectlotu arc firlcily compiled with. They are urely Vegetable. n:id never foil to if Ire- mtltLctlou. hu^ar Coatcil. LarRv hoxw, containing ) Pill*. 25 c*nts. llewarv of counterfeit* and nltatioOs. Tho genuine manufactured only by HE JOHN' C. WEaT COMPANY', CHICAGO,%? gold by McLAlS BROTHER#, cornet Market ud Twelfth 8 u., Wheeling, W.Va. JbI-j-mwmw ' '? -=3QPS-GE0. R. TAYLOR. rAYLOR. SI STREET. :?T STRe@T, fin its lose out oertain lines of ids, I will offer IARGAIRS / rrf.fr- * rr*. ; of September. be Closed Out. ored Silks Rednced, ted Dress Goods Marked Down, iels, -Napkins, is, Cotton Sheetings Reduced i Than Cost, jille Curtains Reduced. irasols Offered at Half Prica. etween seasons will be customers. "AY LOR. , ' aUARTERS FOR WHEELS. AN UNPOPULAR BICYCLE ird Your Future Content* but OST POPULAR AND BEST. 3MBIA AND VICTOR ders. Ask parties pferrt ? control tbo solo of these lore varied stock thon oil | econd hond, ranging In you cannot aflord to do 3D. Manager. HifW' ?r _ W L. DOUGLAS SHOES. A?k rar agcnm for H. L. 7)oagIa? Shoe*. If uot for iinle In yoar place n*k your dealer to ?eud far catalogue* sccuro ike ugeucj-, ami set them for you. UTTAH.E KO SVHHT1TVTE. JU WHYIS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CEN^^MEN THE BE8T SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE HONEY? It U a aoainleaa alioo, with no tacka or wax thread to hurt the fo?t; rnado of the best flue calf, strllnh and caay, and been vat tee mate more short cf thit graae than any other manufacturer. It equal* handfcowed shoes coating from *uo to #11)0. QC 00 Genuine flnndnimetlt the fluent calf H?aJ? shoe over offered for $XU0j onuola French Imported shoes which coat from to $IUV. 00 lliimUHfwrd Welt Hljoe, flno coif, v1*" st)>ilab? comfortable and durable. The beat shoe over offered at tbla price ; aame grade as oustoat-mado shoes costtug from #10/ to p/)L SO 30 l'Ailee Miort Farmers, Itallroad Men vw? andLetterCarrtersaU woarthem: flue calf, seamless, amooth Inalde. heavy three anlea, extension cdec. One pair will wear nyrtr. . CO ul flno onlf? uoletter Ihor tror offered at ?J>dSa thu tirlro;-. one trial will eonvlucu thoao who want a for comfort nnd wrtlo*. CO and 9*4.00 Workliictmin'a ahoca vfci are very stronc and durable. Tnoso who baTe given them a trial will wear no other make. Snva' 8'2.00 mid school ahoca am DvJ 9 worn by the boy* everywhere; theyaell on tlicTr merit J, at tho lacrca?ljift *al?? ufaow. I nHloe%I.OO Ilnndoirwcil shoe. beat KmCSUIfco DougoUuveryaty||ih;cnualsKrench Imported allocs costingfrom 8 ?.m to W.iO. . l.ndle*' *2.50. 9-2.00 nud $1.7.) shoe fur Misses are the beat floe Won (iota. fHymhand durable. Cunt Ion.~!*eo thai W; L. Douglas* name and Store's Cash Shoe f^rouB, lOtt Mn!u Street. MK.vKtMKM.FK & b'AfiVFji, 2151 Market Street, Jons dekqan. Itenwood. jafi-rrnAb EAST CHATTANOOGA LAND COEAST CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE I The right plare to establish any tad tut rr in the South that requires Wood, Iron orbtwl Large Inducements'to Hanif&ctnrers OF EVERY KIND TO LOCATE WITH Ui Koir is the time and here if the place to lay the foundation-icr tnture fortopca. .Don't orgleft to think about tlila* Writ? tuc Iwr partlculan. or huy'aroUrtd trip tibhet to Lookout Muuntain, and when yon reach here, call on mi, BENJAMIN THOMPSON, litXZIUh XAttAQW. EAST CHATTANOOGA LAND COMPANY, 236 Blchardaon lllock, Chattanooga, Tcnn. mr7-mu? REAL ESTATE. Real Estate for Sale. Thirty-two teres of the Cochrsn portion of the John Raid farm la Pleasant Valley, on the National road, now occupied by Jo?eph Dimmer, 112.000. No. Ill Eoff street, brick. 33.100. No. IM Fifteenth street. C2.0U). No. >6 South Broadway, frame, It,600. ho. 155 Sixteenth street, brick and framo*, J2.3Q0. No. 40 'Virginia street, Island, 8 rooms and bath toom, uew, |i,000. No. 11J7 AUor II.. East Wheeling, frame house of foot rooms, lot 3UxlA> feet. $700. "Brooksido." on the National road, about one mile west of Bridgeport. Ohio, over ono-balf acre of ground with nice dwelling and all necessary Improvement, 83.M0. Building lots on vest sldo of North Huron street. Wand, at 120 per foot front Ur\xMj\ tn.,t In th.V.tUna! luvaian/ xvtiu A liwaut ' UUVJi UU U1B KMtVUW road, for 51.500, on easy torn*. The business bulldluc. No. 1522 Main street, now occupied by J. w. Hunter & Co.'* spice mills. The Pryor place on National rood, near Elm Grore, ootulstlng o! about eighteen acres. STOCKS FOR SALE. 30 shares Brilliant Iron and Stoel Co. 20sharo* He a wood Iron Works. 6 shares Hobbs Glass Co. A shorts Panhandles Coal and Iron Co. 61-6 aburoa Street Hallway Co. RINEHART & TATUM, Jy29 1314 Market Street. FOB SAILS!. Four lots on South Penn street, cheap at91,000. House of eleven rooms, with modern coareo* letioe*. In splendid condition, on Southeast corner Twentieth and Chanline streets. Five roomed brick bouso. and lull lot, on Jacob street, Fifth word, #?.500. Seven roomed house, on Eoff street, desirablo location. 88.600. ' Lots In North Bcuwood cheap at 8450 to SU0. Six roomed brick fcouso on Chopllne street, bo* tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, 84,200. Ten roomed houso at a bargain on North Main street. Five roomed houso. 2515 Eoff street, 82,800. Four roomed house, 100 Eighteenth street, 11,000. Six roomed bouse, ground 100 foet front, on McUolloch street, between Thirty-Ant and Thirty-second streets, 83,60). Nine roomed brick houso, 2361 Market street; 83.600. Half lot on North Mulu street, 88 by 132 feot, 12.300. nail lot on Eotr street, souui 01 Twonty-eigntn street. ?1,000. Half lot on Moyston streot, south of Twenty* soventb street, 9660. Sixteen low on the north ildoof Twenty-third treet. In the now addition of Kllan <fc Whyto, Juit laid out. Loti on 1'oiT and Jacob streets, in North Bcnwoon. I-ota in McMechen, newly laid out, cheap at fl20to?7\eaeb. Lou In Zauo'i Orchard and Old Fair Ground additions. Beautiful lotc in A. II. Patterson's addition to Elm Grove at low figure*. Fonr-rooracd bouse on Twenty-ninth and Woods street, fl.OflO. NESBITT & DEVINE, 1739 Market Street. jyai FOB BEHSTT. 20 acres land near Kenwood Junction. Land and gravel privilege *outh ol Benwood Junction, ou Ohio River railroad. MOJCTIL No. 2102 Main street, store roora .510 00 No. 215.! Main street, store room. 15 00 No. 90 Eighteenth stxect, store room. 10 00 So. MQl Woods itreet, 2 rooms and Attic.... 8 00 Cottage on Moundtville Camp Ground. FOR SHLE. Lot on Sooth Front street 11,000 Cottage, JJoundsville Cauip Ground WJ Collage, Moundsvlile Camp Ground.,,,,...,... 100 Two lots, MouudsriUu Cnnjp Ground 200 No. 3881 and 3953 Wood* street. Throe-roomed house, National rood, 8700. Jtovble frame houno on Baltijoore.stroot. Desirable new residence on Pout hVront street. 1?J acres laud. Greeley county, Kansas, M00. Sixteen lota in J. and J. It Baker addition. No. fcVand 87 sixteenth etreet. No. 2631 uud 2&? Chopline street Thirty-five acres stone arid coal land. Rush Run, Ohio. Sovenleon and ono-hnlf acres land, ono-half mile west lower point of Island. Desirable residence ono rallo west of Bridgeport, Ohio. Three and one-hall acrcs of land near Wort Liberty. No. -W?J0 Wetwl street ground 00 by 300 feot No. 2331 and 2333 Woou street. Twenty-one shares Rlversido Glass Works stock at a bargain. No. 22 Alley B, corner Alley B and Alley & Price, ?8SO. Noi. 2U10 uud 2021 Main street Eighteen acres of land ono mile east of Elm Grove. Fronts about 600 feet on National road, with /our-roomed (rutno houtoaud iW fruit tree* Price. tlJm. Lot 70 by 130 feet. Elm Grove. Nos. M and W Alloy 10. Nos. 2and 2KM Chaplfne streot ! No. 1005 McColloch street. No. 9028 McColloch streot I No. 3110 and 2112 Muin street No. 2004 and 2U06 Main street No. 2ft>l Market street. No. M Ohio htreot. No. 60 North Front street?ground CO by abont 400 feet No. 2314 Eoff street No. 'JG03 Main street JAMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Agent, U. 8. Claim Attorney. Expert In pension Claims. Jy20 1612 Market Street. "fob sale. Double brick house.fi vo rooms on earh sldo, property In perfect order, both gn**os and water. hoata tor per month. ftifiO per year, to sooil tenants. Will pay splendid ns an Investment or mono a puwuini noino. v? nua w nonn uurou street, corner of New Jenoy. $2,830 will buy it A new tJiroo-n?orned hotwe, l?rvo lot, corner of New Jersey uud Krlc streets, fl.MO. The three tenement house* ou the southwe?t comer ol Zone and South Broad way. This properly brings tiso per year. f3,fioo will pnr* chute 1L Building lota in old base ball park, fine loc*> tiou. Or. O. SMITH, ]r21 1Z3 MARKET STREET. FINANCIAL. JJAXK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL .=. 0176,000. W*. Irerr I'rwtdent U'u I* Vtuiwiv VIrn. i'rt'it/l/>,i? Droits on England, Ireland, Franco uud Germany. D1ILKCTOR8: Wn. A. iMtt, Mortimer Pollack, J. A. Miller. Win. Ii. Simpson. E. M. AtkJuson, John K. Uouforti, Henry Bptytl, Victor Koseuburg, Jacob C. Thoma*. _Jtl P. V. J EPSON'. Cashlor. gXCHAXGK BANK. C A PI TA L ? -.9200,00. J. N. Va.vcc President L. L. Delafuim ....Vico-Prcsidont DIRECTORS: J. N. Vance. Geo.E.SUfol, J. M. Hn>wn, Wm. Ellinghaia, J* 8. DclaplaJn, A. W. XelToy, John Frew. Drafts issued on England, Ireland, Scotland and all points in Europe. JOUS J. J OSES, Cashier. COCOA GRATEFUL?COMFORTING EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural law? which govern the operations of digestion and ? nutrill.hi. uud by a careful aimlirntlon of tha floe properties of well-Mlcctcu Cocoa, Mr. Epp* hu provided our breakfast table* with a deft, raid}* flavoured beverovu which m?y Mre as 1naixy heavy doctors' bl!R It U by the Judicious use of such article* of diet that a conitltutioa may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to atauue. 11 uadroda of subtle maladies am floating around as ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. Wo may escape many a In?nl fhaft by keeping ourselves well /orwiod with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."? Civil Sejivicb Gazctte." Made simply with boiling wat*r or milk, gold only In half pound tins, by Grocers Mbclled thus: ui _ t J AMES RPf'g A CO., Hoaoopathlo Chemists, Loudon, England. oaTrnus