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ft MAMMOTH PROJECT
Of Groat IfftoroBt to the Bntiro Re
ligious WorUl. '
SIR EDW1H ARNOLD'S SCHEME
To lCfTect tlio lloumi of tho Holy Tom
pin to tlio ItiiililUlst.i, nnil Ho I'm
pones to Carry li Out Without 1'iio
t loll 01' Vlololico?llln ltcllljIollH
Vlow??lIuIloltuvc*Hully In tlio liu
liioi'tnllty of tlio Houl.
Chicago, Dee. 21.?"1 Iiiivq umlur way
n project ot interest to tlio wholo world",
particularly tlio rchgioua world," said
Sir Edwin Arnold to a reporter. "If tlio
project doca not roach maturity by next
winter as 1 bollovo it will from tlio im
pulse given it already, 1 alin.ll go to In
dia and close tlio negotiation!) noccsnary
to its consummation. In (act I ought
to bo thoro this minute. Kinj; Anoka,
of India, ;iOO 11. (J., begab building n
groat templo for lludba Gya, near where
ho aat under tlio lloilni trees and ob
tained ttniicranl knowledge. That tree
is llioro yet, by tlio way?at least tho
Buddhists say so. It is a little growth
and I don't believe it is tho sacred tree
at all. Well, century after cuhtury
work progressed on this grand temple
anil it became tlio seat of the Buddhist
religion. Hut by tlio lapso of years and
from gradual neglect, it foil in tlio hand a
of tlio Brahmins and to-dny tlio curious
anomaly exists at llupgkolt, of a Bud
dhistic religions center occupied exclu
sively by Bralunin votaries.
"Jfow do you Boo what I am going to
do? I am going to oiled tho return of
tho holy tomple to the Buddhists, and
1 am go'ing to do it without friction or
violenco. It will be an ovont in the re
ligious history of tho world similar to
Saladin giving tip the sepulchre of tho
Lord without a struggle.'' Aakod of his
personal religious belief, Kir Kdwin
said: "I'll givo you ono point on it. 1
believe in soul immortality. I am an
agnostic only in the true meaning of
the word. 1 don't know what comes
alter death any more than an unborn
child knows about tha quotations of
corn on tho bonrd of trade; but I beliovo
there is a post mortem existence even
if I cannot speak from actual knowledge
of it. Now I uui not a visionary. I am
n specialist, an anomalist; and i declare
that studies of materialism through
tlicso means oi search liavo only
strengthened my belief of sou! immor
tality. Go as far as you will in scientific
delving, invariably'you como to a stop
whore you must stop?tho point where
materialism ends, and that subtle im
palpable blind grasp into futurity is
attempted. Jt is impossible to com
prehend soul truth through material
istic agencies. It requires the exercise
of tho soul function, and thon one
believes. Tho vory failure of material
ism to satisfy proves that there is some
thing boyontl it?soul immortality."
Vile ISool;* .Apjuinst C'hrUtlunlty Circu.
InU'fl in China to Stir up the People.
Sax 1'rancisco, Dec. 21.?Advices by
tho steamship City of Pekin state that
it has been definitely ascertained that
Chon llu, a retired taitai of Shanghai
in lluan, has issued thousands of vile
books assailing Christianity and scat
tered them through tho provincos along
the river. It is known lie had emissar
ies and sent out 800,000 of theso books.
The. contents are described as too vile
for belief. They contain all tho worst
charges ever made against Christianity.
Thoy arc infinitely moro mischievous
than former works, because thoy are
not written in tho Mandarin diulcct,
but in tho vernacular of tlio people.
This is evidence to . prove that Chon
had blocks made for the books and
thousands of copies were struck off
under liia ordors." Vet, although five
people in liuaiigpi aro to bo punished
ior selling tho books, tho author and
his friends liavo not vot been prose
cuted. In fact thoy aro understood to
laugh at any foreign attempt to bring
them to justice as the causo oi the
STRUCK A WHALE.
A Soa Monstor Cuusus Consternation on
? Pnii.adei.rniA, Pa., Dec. 21.?Capt.
Johnson, of tho steamer l'orost, which
? arrivod licro yesterday from Hamburg',
reports that a few days ago while off
George's bank his vessel ran into an im
mense whale, a school of which had
been sporting around the steamer. The
whale struck the keel directly boncath
tho engines. The water for a distauco
around tho vessel was colored with
' blood. Tho vessel quivered like a leaf
and great consternation prevailed
among tlioso on board for a time, but it
was soon discovered that the steamer
had sustained 110 damage from its con
tact with tho sea monster.
Another 2)lro Prophecy.
Nr.w Bedford, Mass., Dec. 21.?Rev.
AndJew Jones, of Now York, the prcach
cr who prophesied tho Johnstown, Pa.,
flood, preached hero yesterday. During
his sermonJie prodictod that another
fearful diseaso would sweep over the
country following In gripno.
Baltimore, Dec. 21.?A failure of air
brakes yesterday on tho Northern Cen
tral sent a passenger train in upon a
Flower moving freight train. Charlos
It. 3filler, conductor; Pobert Fantuin,
engineer, and Thomas V. Dawson, fii'i;.
man of tho passenger, wore injured. No
passengors injured. Threo oil cars of
tho freight woro burned up.
Tlio Two Field*.
New Yop.::, Doc. 2-1.?It was said at
Ludlow street jail this morning that
Edward M. Field, tho imprisoned iluan
cier, shows signs of woaknoss, owing to
his refusal to tako necessary food. Ilo
again pleaded no appotito when oflercd.
"Cyrus W. Field was resting easy this
.morning. His condition is not consid
ered so critical as it was on Saturday.
Jlootllors to l>o Proxecutod.
Toronto, Dec. 21.?Tho Montreal cor
respondent of tho Toronto Mail says
that ho understands that it is tho in
tention. of tho Quoboc conservative
leaders to have Sir. llorclor and other
mombora of tho recent administration
prosecuted 011 tlip chavgo of d?fri\iuling
tho provincial treasury.
Another l?ondou Sooloty Scandal. j
London, Dec. 21.?Lord Howard Do
?\Vnlden has begun proceedings for a
divorco from his wite. Lady Howard
DoWalden has instiwtad a counter
ihiit agaiiiBt her husband.
A veritaule family medicine box, 1
A I'lIlATE VISSBBIj.
It \rlll Arrlvo nt ban I'mucUoo Tlmleroil
Ovor wllli Libels.
Sax Fiuncisco, Pit. 21.?When the
l.Ullo steamer llattlo (in^o roaches hero
next Wednesday from Sitka it will bo
jilastcro'l deep with libels. Tlio men
un board cil It seom to luivo been curry
ing on a ]>irntical crulso in thu Arctic
niul uro not only guilty of mutiny, but
luivo robbed a tiiiiio, n church anil sup
ply dialrict-ot tlio Alaska Commercial
Company. It B.iilod from hero hint
?Iuno In command of Captain Downs, of
C'oul Harbor. On board ivoro two men
named Tlbby as jiussoii^org. Tlio llrsl
row occurred at .Victoria, whero tlio
Tibbys wished to smugglo aboard ll?j
nor. At Coal I Irirbor tlio Tibbys pro
posed u sailing cruise in lior
u>H aoii. Tlioy Inveigled Captain
Downs nslioro itiul abamloiied lilm.
Then with llato Andrews ill elmrgo
thoy sailed away for adventures. Tlioy
stopped at a dosertod village at Kloliol
usltl, In Alaska, and robbed tlio Greek
church altar. While ou tiio Bering sen
tlioy did not lind a single seal, and tlio
second clay tlio Alert warned tlioni out.
Tlioy the'n visited tlio gold mind ut
l.ittlo Sotuiw harbor, and took material
and lumber worth $7,000. Among tlio
plunder was a railroad for irrylug ore,
Which tlioy took to Coal burbot' and set
up, A fortnight aftor tlioy raided the
Alaska Commercial company's store
house,, at l'ort(igo liny, bv tiiking pro
visions and liardwaro. The Hugo was
seized at Sand l'oint, by tlio cutter Cor
win, and taken to Sitka, where it was
released. Tlio captain and 11 vo of the
crew nro here, and will libel tlio vessel
for wages, while lioorgo \V. Session",
owner of thu mine at I.ittio Squaw, will
also libel it.
Tlio lliitijliorlen in China
Bhursels, Dec. 21.?A dispatch was re
eoivod ut tlio Catholic migaiou ut tilient
to-day from Father Uutues, tlio vicar
apostolic of Mongolia, stilting that
Father Minim, Chinese priest, ami u
thouaaiul nutivo Christ inns were mas
sacred by tlio robels during tlio recent
troubles* in !Northcrn China. Tlio dis
patch stated, however, thut all tho
iiolgiuu iniBsiunurieH in tho disturbed
district uwd nil tho Belgians connoctcd
with their work wore safo and that
assistance had arrived which would,
prevent further danger fur the present
Trouble 1'ourutl In Iiitllaun.
liKA/rn, 1m, Doc, 21.?About uno
hundred striking miners from C'oul
BliilTntid vicinity cuine here quite early
this morning for the purpose of keeping
minors from going to work. It was
known thoy wero coming and fears ex
pressed of violence, but everything
missed off quietly. Theso-cal!cd:<black
legs" went to work without hindrance,
l'ear is still entertained of trouble. ,
Tiro More IiullotuiontH or lrlol?l.
Xmv Yoi:k,Doc.21.?Two more indict
ments were returned to-day against Kd
ward M. Field, of tho defunct firm of
Field, l.indlcy, W'olchors & Co., by tho
grand jury. Jiuth indictments specify
grand larceny in the first dexree and are
based on the complaint made by Frank
J, Spragito, who charges Fiold with tho
larceny of 350 shures of Edison Electric
l.islit Company stock, which ho gave as
collateral for borrowed money.
Tiiuckee,' Gal., Dec. 21.?l7iro whicU
started yesterday was got under con
trol at 12:40 last night, after making a
clean sweep from the ?tar skating rink
to tho Stevens block. This includes
nearly all tho eastern half of the town.
The loss is over ?.30,000; insurance light.
The plaza ia coverod with furniture and
goods. A dozen men were injured, but
Wym:ui ami Pcaraou Indicted.
PiTTSutriUjir, Dec. 21.?'True bills were
found to-day by the grand jury against
Mayor Wyman aud ex-Mayor. Pearson,
of Allegheny, for embezzlement. The
charges woro preferred by the city solic
itor of Allegheny at tiie instance of
councils and wero the outgrowth of the
recent investigation of tho affairs of the
mayor's oflico of that city.
Austrian liinjioror 111.
P.uus, Dec. 21.?Tho Vienna corre
spondent of La Paix telegraphs that
Emperor Francis Joseph, who some
days ago was suffering from a cold, but
hall almost entirely recovered, has had
a relapse, and is now a victim of the
prevailing epidemic of influenza. The
dispatch further states that tho empe
ror s attack ia of a rather serious nature.
SlmlUon ."Morton Uoml.
London, Dec. 21.?Madison Morton,
who it was announced 011 tlio l'Jth in
Etant was dying from old ago and wlio
gout a farewell message to tho London
play-goers, is dead.
A 1-oinlon lror.
London, Dec. 21.?A fog if such dens
ity-hung over tho river 'Thames this
morning that all navigation was sus
pended. / . ^ ? -
' UanlCFrillurc at Altoonn.
Ai.toona, Pa., Dec. 21.?The Tyrone
bank, a private institution, fiyled to
open its doors'this morning, Tho bank
lias always liocn regarded as sound anil
the failure was a great surprise. Assets
and liabilities aro not known. An un
easy feeling prevails and it is icared
that a run on tlio other two banks will
"Wool Company Fall*.
Trf..\tox, N. J., Dec. 21.?The Trenton
Woolen Company has failed, with lia
bilities estimated at $-10,000. The assets,
it ie claimed, will exceed this sum.
As Avcr's Sarsaparilla outstrips all
other blood purifiers in popular favor,
so Ayer's Almanac is the most univer
sally familiar publication of the kind in
tho world. It is printed in ten lan
guages.and tho annual issue exceeds
fourteen millions of copies. Ask your
druggist for it. daw
A Preventive for Croup.
Wo want ovorv mother to know that
croup can bo prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning. The
first symptom is hoarseness; then the
child appears to have taken cold or a
cold may have accompanied the hoarse
ness from tlio start. After that u pe
culiar rough cough is developed, which'
is followed by tlio croun. The time to
act is when tho child first becomes
lioarso; a few doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy will prevent the attack.
Even altera rough cough has appeared
tho disease may lie prevented by using
this remedy as directed. It has never
been known to fail. 25 cent, 50 cent
and $1 bottles for sale by druggists, ixtw
Ituclclon'a Arnica Salve.
The host Salvo in tho world for Cuts;
liruisos, bores, Ulcors, Salt liheum,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures I'ilej, or no
pay required^ It ia guaranteed to givo
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I'rico 25 cents a box. For sale by Logan
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Til HOUGH THIS STATE.
Items mid I'voiitn ut Interest Ola.iucil
from Our Mxcli iniren.
Tlio West Union lletlnii saya that
Morgan's linn stops tu tlio from with
two female piiglllitit wlio cnsnm* in up
oneountor gqmowhat attar tlio Sullivan
Kilrtiin fashion. Sqtnoof tlio young
pooplo iuui n fulling out ovor a lltorary
society, uinl nftor it is ovor two of tlio
young ladles conn; together in mortal
combat. Olio knocked tlio otlicr out in
tlio lirst round, anil, not being satisfied,
gavo another girl u good sound thresh
In it, and perhaps would liavo cleaned
out tliu whole crowd hail eho been lot
alonn and given tlio privilege of taking
one at n time,
Tlio t'ulrmont HVrt Virj/hiian inyq:
I.nut Tuesday a party of yotig won of
Wiilfleld district woro out hunting, and
suddenly and unexpectedly tlio sport
was ended byono of tlio number getting
shot. Two 01 their dogs got into a tight,
and McCIoy fihuUlcswortli, sou of .Mr.
0. U Sliuttlosworth, attempted to part
thorn, using tlio l)recch of his rifle. In
so doing tlio gun was discharged, the
hall entering his right side and coining
out at t ho buck, having travolod about
live Inches. The wound is considered
very serious, hut it is thought will not
provo fatal. Tlio young man was doing
well when lust heard from.
Tlio Keysor 7il7io lias tlio following:
tine day last wook us Mrs. Ezokiel
Aberimtliy, who lives noar Barnuni,
wiis sitting besido u cow in the yard on
giigod in milking, a bull which was run
ning ut large niinu up behind her and
tossed her in tlio air. Fortunately her
sou was in tlio stable near by nnd'cuiiio
to her assistance with a pitchfork, with
which ho Hucciiodod in driving the dan
gerous animal away, ortlio result would
doubtless havo been l'atal. As it mis,
Mrs. Abornathy, wo are sorry to suv,
had three ribs broken and was other
wise bruised, though,. wo trust, not
dangerously. Tlio animal speedily dis
Samuel Eluiore, tlio ten-vear-old son
of Mrs. 1). (J. Elmore, of Afderaon, was
accidentally shot by a playmate week
beforo last. They wore in (hp suburbs,
both with firearms, when young Elmore
remarked. "Suppose wo wore to fall
out, what would you do?" "Why, 1
would shoot you!""iviis the reply, ami
suiting tlio action to tlio word, ho pre
sented iiis pistol, which went oil', tlio
ball pioreing the right lung. Young
Elinoro is recovering.
It seems that a regular organized baud
of robbers operate in tJio vicinity of
Alum Bridge, Week before last the
store of Woof tor Stark was entered
and about 5100 worth of goods stolon.
Utst week un attempt was mado to
burglarize the residonco of Amos Woof
ter, but tlio thieves wero friglitenod
away. There lias been several buildings
tired, three burned down, several cases
of robbery and several attempts.
While grading soino uuoccupied lots
opposito the postollicc on li street, Mon
day. a human skeleton was found. It is
supposed to be tlio skeleton of an In
dian, as several Indian relics have been
found near tlio plueo?Ccrcdo Adraiiu.
A Uugorstown cigar makor has a shoo
which was worn by Cioorgo Washington
when a child. Tlio relic has been
hindod down to its present owner by
The output of coal and coke from the
Fairmont region l'or tlio week ending
December 1- was ii.SoS tons, and 1,5S0
men wore employed.
Capt. ,1. 11. French, for many yoars
principal of the Concord stato normal
school, died last week.
A max who lias practiced medicine
for forty years ought to know salt from
sugar; read what lie Eays:
Tolkuo, 0.t Jan. 10,1SS7.
Messrs. F. .1. Ciienoy it Co.?(jentlc
men: 1 have been in the general prac
tice of mcdicino for moat forty years,
and would say that in all mv practice
and experience havo never scon a prep
aration that 1 could prescribe with as
ranch confidence of success as I can
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
you. Ilave prescribed it a great many
times, and its ollect is wondorful, and
would say in conclusion that I havo yet
to find a case of Catarrh that it would
not cure, ii they would Like it according
to directions. Yours truly,
L. L. Goitsucit, JI. 1).,
Office, -15 Summit street.
Wo will give ?100 lor nny ea=o o[ Ca
tarrh Hint can not bo cured with Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Taken internally.
F.Chkxky it Co., 1'rops., Toledo, 0.
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How to Succccd.
This is the great problem of life which
few satisfactorily solve. Some fail be
cause of poor health, others want of luck,
but the majority from deficient grit
want of nerve. They aro nervous, irres
olute, changeable, easily get the blues
and "take the spirits down to keep t ho
spirits up," thus wasting monev, lime,
opportunity and norvo force, there is
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discovered by tho great specialist, Dr.
Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as
headache, tho blues, nervous prostra
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danco, lits and hysteria. Trial bottles
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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Senator Davis proposes that the
national Thanksgiving bo held hereaf
ter 011 October 14, tho anniversary of
the date oa which Columbus discovered
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BKLLEVILLE, 0., Sept 23.1W!.
J suffered for Uwity years with Catarrh. \ procured and used Sample's Inhaler and their No. 3
lubalant according to directions uad am huppy to say /am entirely xrelL
B. C. BROWN.
Secretary Belleville M'/g Company.
Juan uH.iWc to speak above a whisper. Within two months from that time I could breathe with
perfect case and comfort, the disease having been entirely driven out of my lungs and l<rtfay they art en
tirely j'res from its effccts, thanks to Semple's Inhaler and remedies.
C. JL COE, Centerburg, 0.
My daughter had been nflllctcd with Ceitarrh lorscvornl years. Used Scrapie's Inhaler and
Remedies and is now entirely Jrcs from the unpluuant eymp'.oms.
V. S. TOLAND. M. D., Martinsburg. 0.
Suffered from JnUima for ticenty yean, procured temple's Inhaler and Rcmedie?. spasms grew
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la sold with a writ*
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MRS. ft STEVENS BART'S
School for Girls,
HISS HIE BELLE HART'S
School for Young Children,
Will open In September In large, airy and woll
lighted rooms in the Craugle BlooV, Market
itrect A full corps of eiflcient teachers The
ichool will bo divldod iuto three departments.
Primary, Grammar and Academic, of threa
Boya will be prepared for the Linily Freshman
Tho past year was ?ucce?sful in n high degree,
making necessary a provision for a largo increase
in the number of pupils. jjrt
J RON PIPiS
341C and 1418 Mwket St, Wheeling. W. V*.
HARE iSi SON,
?OAS AND STEAM F1TTEK&?
No. 33 Twurni Sinttr.
Altwork (lone promptly at rcwomble prlcgi.
HIBBERD & SON.
Bucceisora to Thompson ?b IllbbenL
'gas AND STEAM FITTERS, DKAS8 FOCSDF.R3
6peciaitios:?Natural Gas Supplies, Bteatn
Heating and Ventilation.
1314 Market Street, Wheeling. W. Vit.
?ITA11 work promptly done at most reason*
bio prlc<% l"s
VILI.K, MEMPHIS. ST.
LOUIS. NEW OIlLKAXd
Will leavo Wharfboat,
foot of Eleventh streets, as
Steamer "Kf.vstomk Statk," for Cincinnati,
Ohio, every TuewUy atHu. in. T. 3. Calboon,
i Master;CUiia. W. Knox, Clerk.
Steamer "Asoks." for Cincinnati, Ohio, every
Wednesday at 8 o'clock ?. iu. K. 11. Coojh.t,
Master; A. J. Slaveu, Clerk,
Steamer "IIudhom," every Thursday at 8a. m.
J. E. Ellison, Muster; Duu Ucey, Clerk.
Steamer "Batchelor,," every Friday at 8 a. ra.
Geo. K. O'Neal, Master; Tim l*cnwell. Clerk.
Stoainer "Scotia," every Saturday at a a m.
George W. Komt ley, Master; Kobtert II. Kerr,
Steamer "Cosao,M every Sunday at 8 a. iu. Ed.
I V. Maddy, Master: J. Wchrman, Cleric
First-class fare. Wheeling to Cincinnati. SV
Round trip, 310. Meala and state-room iucluded.
Tickets traiibferable and good until used. For
freight or passage apply on board, ortelephoua
uo3Q CIIOCKAIID A BOOTH, AgfnU.
' 6TRAMEK It E l'lULMPS.
. Leave Wheeling. Daily Trip. City
f Time?8:40,8:50,10:00 and ll:?a. m.;
? 2:00, 4:00, 8:00 p. m.
Leave Wheeling Sundaya,City Time?8:00,10:9)
and 12:00 a. in.; a:00. 4:00. 0:00 p. m.
Wheeling Title ^TrastGo
Interest paid on Savings and
Special Deposits. ?
SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT
BOXES FOR RENT.
gANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY".
Wx. Is err - .. ...President
Wv. B. SixrsoN Vice-President
Draftt oa England, Ireland. FraacQ and Gc:*
Wm. A. Iaett, Mortimer Pollack,
J. A. Miller, Win. B. Simpson.
E. M. Atkinson, John K. Boufor-L
Henry Spoyer, Victor itoaenbarj
Jacob C. Thomas
_J?1 K. 1'. J EPSON. Cashier.
CAPITAL. ...... 3200,00.
J. N, Vance. President
U 6. VuM/LAia Vice-Prwidca;
J. N. Vane* Geo. E. Stlfel.
J. M. Brown, Win. Kllingham,
L. S. Dolaplain. A. W, Kollay.
John T raw.
Draiti issued on Eagland, nelaaa, SootUal
aadallpoinu la Europe.
JOHN J. JONES. Cashier.
CORNICE AND TIN ROOFING.
Special attention given to all kindj or SSioj:
lion and Tin Work on Bnildiufi. Alw
Steel and PeltRooflug.
GlU and *?t prices before coutraoting. aj k aaj
PREPARED TO GIVE BAKGA&4
inihavliuo oj work.
B. P. CHLDWELL,
jc!5 Cornor Main and South Streou.
For Steam Engines Is tbe Best
Docs Not Cut the. Roils. Is Steam TlshU
Will Last Longer Than Anj Other.
CHPCS. H. BERRYi
No. I23Q Wator Straot. .
REDMAN & CO.
Havo removed their Machino Shop to'tbo n*#
corrugated iron building on Cbapliuoatreot. be
tween tiQTenteenth and Eighteenth atrcou. an J
are now ready for builnemi at tfao ucw place. i?
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NEATLY AXD rBOMPTLY EXECUTED
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