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numerous Event* In tbe Local Field of Athletics Oame OS THE BOWLERS DEFER! PROVIDENT In Two Qamea mt the Mnwe-Phoenix Beaten on the South Hide?Tho Y. M. C. A. Hand Ball SesMa Opened t?a?t Night?Much Interest Evinced. A "StaParty at the North End Kink?Other Me\ri of the Day. WIIKCUSO LEAQUK. High Average Club. Won. l.'jtw l'cr it. &cor*. Score. Tbe Brownta M11 1 .?I7 wt 8L; Lallelle J a ~'J> *>7 ?13 Vaseta* y a r,:*i wo 7tH Tbe ltowlen..... 10 4 .714 t>77 700 ProridtUt.. 6 C, ,60U fcj* 744 MTbeellnic & 7 .?? ? " 7&S Columblu 0 8 .430 871 WO Calumet 2 10 .187 *tG 774 Pen ?nd Pencil i f . ioo fW7 767 Lottlf 1 V .100 777 743 Last evening at the Musoe alleys The ft/twlnr* nnrf Provld?nta nlavetl two frame* in the W. B L. championship oriei. The Bowlers wero strong favoritei. but it was not thought Provident would make so poor a showing in front of their opponent*. To get down into the vernacular of the day, "they ware not in it, not oven for a minute. In addition to Provident'* poor scoros, however, The Bowlers put up two games that ordinarily would win from most any team. In the first gamo Statler, of The Bowlers, made the best scoro. The Provident boys woro awnyoft, McCartor's 137 being the beat individual^etlort. The Bcoro: The Bowlors?List 117, Statler 173, Ebeliug 130, IteholdaOur 128, Laird 110, Lamb 154, total, 812. Providont?Jenkins 122, Fisher 110, Goetze 92, Br u tin 117, McCarter 137, Marshall 108, total, <192. ]l0vrlcrs...7rt, ITS, 2M, MB. -107, 5G7, 69I.C61.741, 812. J'rov'C G7, 1W, 'JOU. 277. 3*5, 4(X?. 4<i7,515.608, C')2. The Bowlers put on more steam in the second game And had their opponents "lout" before half the game was half over, titailer again rolled high score, 101. The details; The Bowlers?List 125. Statler 101, Vl.alinn lrj\ T/nlioMnflAr 1A.1 Lftifd 128. JJUI'llIJi ?WV| . , , Lamb 150, total, 877. Providout?Jenkins 113, Fisher' 125, Goatze 11.'). Bralin 114, McCarter 103, Marshall 127. total, 730. ]!ow!cift.M8J, ITS. %7. 3 V). 441, 515.010.700. TIN, S77. Prov't 7;?, loo. i?27. uoo. 420.:ai.gx>,"*>. SOU ill MOB GAMES. South Stile Holt* iij> h?c scores?riiODntx lifT\vlc?. FOl'TII SIDE LEAUl'K. High Averse Cluli Won. Lost, l'erct. Score. Score. Souvh 8Mc 10 '1 .ax; 'J00 H\!S Knoitu a ! .S0J HO 7."0 IlUitlcr- <? 4 .(KJO m 751 Exccisior 7 .1 .58S K17 7?2 Buckeye- ? fi .."Vmj Si; 75.1 Ifnrrcst .*> 7 .417 7ui 7^fi Woznrt ? 10 . IU7 777 7;V. PhrPnlx. - 10 .167 770 7J2 lit tho South Side League last night four championship Ramos wore playod. South Side won two from Mozart and Phoenix went down twice before Buckeye. The scores in tho South Side-Mozart Rarao9 follow: FIIWT GAME. South Side?Speidel 146, Marnchner 153. Dudley 118, Ilandlan 111, Travis 152. Wright 131, total 810. Mozart?Schrebe 113, Zulauf 141, Wee? , sel 122, Rath 133, Xolte 138, Hoflreuter ; 108. to:al 700. SECOND GAME. South Sido?Soeidel ISO, Marsehuer 20 >, Dudloy 90, Hand Inn 108, Travis 135, Wright 132, total 890. Mozart?Schreba 13G. Zulauf 120, "Wesie! 112, Itoth 119, Nolle 119, Ilottreuter 110, total 710. In the Phcenix-Buclceye games the Bollaire aggregation proved to bo too strong for Sh&nley's team. The score: FIRST OA ME. Phcunix?Shanley 127, Mull 143, Steib 122, Bononborger 123, Neuman 115, Worls 115; total 750. Buckeye?Ku in bach 135, Klotz 129, Schindewolf 110, Schleiker 130, Dorer 135, Smith 121; total 700. SECOND OAMK. Phcnnix?Shanley 126, Mull 118, Steib 102, Bonenbercer 128, Neuman 100, AV'orls 123; total 703. Buckeye?Kumbach 174, Klotz 1?>4, Schindewolf 111, fcichleiker 109, Dorer 134, Smith 111; total 773. THK H.A.N l> MAIili SK'ASO.V WfU Innngtirnteil at tlio Y. M. C. A. Lnut J2v?uliiff-"P. <). O." Winn. The first game in the championship leanon of the V. M. C. A. Hand Ball League, newly organized, occurrod at tho association gymnasium last evening, tho contesting teams being "P. O. G." and Vigilaut. A largo crowd was in attondanco, thorn being a gonoral dosiro to soethe hand ball game, a sport that has received little attention in Wheel ing, Tl?o urst fimi ontiou wun > iguauts ahead, JJU to 29, but in tho second half "j*. 0. G." camo to tho front in good atylo, winning 53 to 48. Charles Brockort acted as reforoo and G. II. Marshall poied as uinpiro. At the conclusion of the hand ball season, tho physical director of tho Y. M. C. A. will probably organize a basket ball leaguo from tho athletic department of the association, This game is becoming very popular in other places and will undoubtedly prove so in \V heeling. An indoor "Pentathalon" will occur at the Y. M. C. A. yymnasiuiu Friday evening tvhen tho following programme will be follbwed: .-sixty-yard potato race, putting tho medicine ball, hitch kick, fence vault, quarter mile potato raco. These contest* have proved iminensoly popular in tho association's physical work. Tho nlayers of tho four teams of tho Y. M. C. A. hand ball league aro as follows: Eureka? Homor Grag, cantain; Chas. Berkley, Tom Prosier, Charles Evans, Fred Noubart. r. 0. G.?Charles Alexander, Howard Wallace, Ed Klig, J. Henderson, Nowton Smith. Vigilanta?Bort Otto, captain; Howard E. Sliafor, Harry Prosser, T. M Bodlov, Charles White. A No. 1?William Hubor, captain; James Wlcard, Harry Bchiefler, Charles Brockart, Gotlieb Granger. lIuckatibpricMr Kxlmtinrateil. rrrrsncROH, Dec. 4.?A telegram received to-day by President Korr, of tho Pittsburgh ball toam, from N. E. Young, president of the National league, savs: , "Board unanimously approve* Buckenj berger's appeal." This exhonorntes I "Buck" from the charges brought 1 against him by tho league raunagora A and tnkes Ills nnmo from the blacklist, A Uuckeaberger went east to-night to look afur hii Toronto francbiia, which I will be con>idgr?<l it the Kaalern Laajrua ( maetin* to-morrow. 8KVKHALHACKS ^ And ConteiU at the North EnJ Rink?A StAg Fnrtj. Lait evening a uumbor of gentlemen gave a "stag" evoning of apore at the ? North End rink, and the aflair was enjoyed Immensely by all who ware for- c tunate enough to be present. The affair was in charge of Messrs. Mike Warner, John Lutz and Harry Klapheck, the committee. Tho first event on the programme was a five-lap roller skating race, with Logan, Warner and Scott as the con- n testann. Scott fell almost at the start si andwnaoutof the running, and Logan managed to win from Warner. No com- 0 petition records were broken, however. In the next race the contestant* were 9 Oswald Schreiber, Milton Mabis and Mike Warner. Mabis proved to be the " best of the bunch, easily disposing of Warner. Schreiber, however, gave the . victor a good contest. In the game of polo between teams n captained by Mike Warner and "Buck" tl Windsor, tho lattor'i defeatod tho War- n norites by a score of 3 to 0. The grand t march took place at 11 p. m., and waa a followed by lunch. Then followed a c match raco on rollers between Dunlap a and Beuter, two local cracks, in which t the former was victorious. d I*e? Wins the Htcouil. U Chicago, Dec. 4.?Ives defeated Q Schaefer again to-night, winning over f him in hollow fashion. Schaefer could ^ only make 200 while Ives was piling up his (>00. .Schaefor attributed his defeat to the bad condition of the balls, and t thero seemed to bo somo foundation a for the charge, as the ivories certainly f rolled very badly for Schaefer. He ap- j. pealed to Ives to change tho set, but tho latter refused. Ives' largest runs were j( 107, J29and 53. Schaefer's largest run* ^ were 47, 30 and 34. Following is the e score for to-night: . Ives?39, 30, 2,62, 44, 58, 5,167, 0, 37, " 30, 0, 129, 1-600. bhaofer?1, 34, 30,1, IS, 9, 47, 10, 11, " 11, 10, 0, 6-206. f. Total?Ives, 1,200; Schaefe.*, 019. ^ Another Jllcjcle Club. 0 Last night at Jason C. Stamp's place, on Market street, the Wheeling J Ramblers, a new bicycle club, was or ganized with a membership of seven, as J follows: Jason C. Stamp, KIs worth * Schodeld, Charles E. Burr, Johu Laue, J Irvin Woods, Del Woods, Abo Herzherg and Walter Cochran. The club will re- J ceive many new members before tho * opening of the cycling soaion and may . go into ruco promoting in '95. Annthur Kocuril Broken* \ Minneapolis, Dec. 4.?George A.IIan- n son has broken a long distance record A for bicyclists, by riding one hundred t< and fifty miios in five hours and three t minutes. This is twentv-three minutes less than the beat previous record. The m regular time keepers and judges re- k quired by L. A. W. rules wore present, d mid the course, which was four a and a half miles, was carefully measured of}. Alexander Kntrlen. j Entries at Alexander Island (or Saturday are as follows: Four and one-hal/ furlongs, selling? li Gold Digger, Bon Voyage, Dockwick, b Snooks, 116; Banjo, Cloverdale, 112; n Mickey B., Cloverdale, 110; Froo Pross, Honest Tom, Graceful, Lady Gay, 107. ^ Six and a half furlong*, selling?Tiny je Tun, Great Scott, 124 ; Leigh, 121; Son (j Mainour, Wentworth, Mary E., Half Breed, 115; Finn Water, Juanita, Fencer, Euijouo S., Judge Glooaom, Patti, Jon- n nie Bowman, Kionzi, 102. a Ono mile, selling?Mirage, Julien, 110; Sextus, Bully Boy, Warpeak, Ponce Do 11 i^eon, Aionzo, uaiiaun, unguu ivjua, L01; Red Star, 9S. Three-fourth mile Belling?Jack- T wynne, 108; Grollau, 105; Taconoy, In- 01 nane James, 102; Kosita, 99; Lady Danbv, 96; Lara, Foronzo, Bradlev, 5)3. j? .Six atul one-fourth furlong sellingTack Lovell, 112; Itomorse, 104; tfello of Ferraoy, 09; Headlight, Lam, 07; Eu- w nice. Anxiety, 94; Pickaway, 89; Vortex, Anno Lee, 84; Fearless, 79. w Ilotv'rt lh l?! ^ We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward for any ease of Catarrh that cauuot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., 11 Toledo, O. We, the underiipned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen yeara, and believe lijin perfectly honorable in all T business transactions and financially 0 able to carry out auy obligation made ;v by their firm. ^ west <kthuax. ft, u holoBolo Druggists, Toledo, 0. Waldino, K innax <k Marvin*, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. ^ Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal* a, ly, acting directly upon the blood and fc mucous surfaces of the system. Prices, w 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug- B, gists. Testimonials freo. U1 Smith "Brewing Co. makes the boat J* ale, porter and brown stout. Any one who has children will re* * joice with L. B. Mulford, of PlainGeld, N. J. His littlo boy, five years of age, was nick with croup. For two days and nights lie triod various raraedios recom- " mended by frionds and neighbors, lie " says: "I thoughtsuro 1 would lose him. j} 1 had seen Chamberlain's Cough Ilem- J1 edy advertised and thought 1 would try jj it as a last hone, and am happy to say that after two dosoa ho slept until ? morning. I gave it to him next day and w a euro was ellected. 1 keep this remedy ci in tho house now, and as soon as any of ci my childron show signs of croup I give it to them, and that is tho last of it." K 25and 50 ceut bottles for sale by Charles A K. Goetzo, Will \V. Irwin, Chris. F. \ Schnepf, Charles Menkomellnr, William S E. Williams, is. L. Urico, A. E. Schoele, Ji Will Menknmollnr, John Coleman, u Richards & McElroy, W. II. Hague, A Wheeling; Uowio it Co., Bridgeport, and ti li. F. I'eabody & Son, Hen wood. Voice at the Head of tho Stnira? ,, Gootkd, hnvo yon been drinking? tt George?No'm. Voice?Say chrvaan- ^ thomtirus. Uoorgo (silent for a momeut)?1'indrunkili, ui'dear!?Syracute _ ' ? * Kf"9"!IK*" from a most horri- 2 , j wLlwIlL tile blood disease, I i [< - ? bad spent hundreds 5 * i of dollars TRYING various rcmcdiesg 'J j and physicians, none of which did me 8 " gany good. My finger nails came off, j and mv hair came out, leaving me I o perfectly bald. I then went to * HOT SPRINGS ; j Hoping to be cured by this celebrated [ i treatment, but very soon became ! w i disgusted, and decided to TRY I tl !igu<aBV1The effect was 8 a K oJCo3?f<a3S truly wonderful. 18 commenced to re-j| -' *J cover after takings ? i the first bottle, and by the time I had 2 .. taken twelve bottle* I was entirely cured? f( cured l<y S. S, S. when tho world-renowned * t Hot Spring* ti?J /ailej. 2 . i WM. S. LOOM IS. Shreveport, L*. | y. Our Hook trill ItaTrfntmont 8 n mulled froo to any adJion*. t | p ^ u5^ySS-SS^At'a"ta*I 1 ' 3NE OUT OF EVERY FOUR. >'hl? la tba Number That limy Ba Doomed. IEY0HD ft QUESTION. Iver FJfteon Millions ot Men and Woman Who Are In Sertoli* Trouble and Do Sot Realiae It. "One out ot arery four persona we leet upon tha street, in tbe can, or in aclety, has kidney disease!" He was a prominent man and a close bserver wbo made this remark, and he poke rery earnestly. "Just think of it!" he continued. An army of over fifteen million peoplo i America alone inconstantly carrying lie burden of this most terrible of all lodern complaints, and ye:, few of Item know it. Strange as it may seem, lost meu or women do not stop to think iiat headaches, pains in tbe muscles, nd throughout the body, feverishness, old ieet, sleeplessness, ncsie appeuie, nd colored or scant urine, are the cerlin signs of the coming on of kidney iaease, as certain as day turns to night, nless it is checked promptly." It was easy to understand the feelings f fear, almost of horror, which could be sen upon the faces of the listeners, 'ontinuing, be said: "I have never known, nor do I know ny physicians who are aware of more ban ono thing that will certainly check nd cure this terrible trouble. That emedy is a great modern discovery, no wn to all scientists and most people -it is Warner's Safe Cure. I do not )ok upon it as a proprietary modicine, ut as an absolute care for Bright's disase, and all kidney, iiver and urinary isordors, or female troubles, and it is o regarded by the medical profession, oth here and abroad. 1 do not know ny thing else about it, not even of whut t is composed, but I do know that it ias produced these ejects in every case f which I have ever heard." It is perhaps of interest to know that his remedy?Warner's Safe Cure?is he remedy concerning which Dr. Wm. Jdward Robeson, of the Royal Navy of Sugland, said: "I have been able to ive more relief and eflect more cures ytho use of Warner's Safe Cure than y ull other remedies of the British 'iiarmaca'a." Dr. R. A. Gaan, Dean of the U. S. fedical College, and editor ot the Medial Tribune, ?aya: "The ingredienta of Varnor's Safe Cure are umonif the lost valuable medicines of our Materia Iedica, and the combination ia such as 3 insure the beat possible action on tie kidneys and urinary organs." With such facta in view, no man or roman, however seriously aflocted by idney disease, need for a momout espair or have approheutiion. SISTERS VI LIjE NOTES. ate News Items from the Lively Oil Metropolis. George Hare, of Parkersburg, forrnerr an old citizen here, and who still has ig real estato interests in Sisteriville, 'as here yesterday. The Victor Oil Company's well, on ie Koilar farm, is in tho first eand and i a good gasaer. It will bo drilled eeper. K. M. Janninga, manager of the Ka? awha Oil Company, has returned from visit to his family at Pittsburgh. William Walker, a well known oil lan of Butler, Pa., is here looking after ia interests. \V. H. Brickort, a furniture dealer of urpio, Ind., was in the city yesterday a business. S. P. Boyer, of Pittsburgh, who has irge interests iu this field, was here. 0. VV. 0. Hardman. of Middlebourne, as a visitor here yesterday. Basil T. Bowers, of Xew Martinsville, as a visitor in tne city. Hon. G. W. Atkinson, of Wheeling, as here yesterday. MARTIN'S FKRRY. ap? (mil Mutiny* In (lie Thriving City Arrow lite River. CharloB Ft. Green, whose dangerous lness was mentioned in yesterday1 fl Isklligen'cku, died at Los Angeles, Cal., 11 -Monday night of consumption, lie as the youngest son of Mrs. Ellen reon, of Martin's Ferry, and h brother f Joseph Green, Mrs. Hiram Frazier, Mrs. Ellen Bishop nnd Miss Anna reen. Ho'was a member of the Preiyterianchurch, Masons, Odd Fellows nd Fraternal Mystic Circle, ile wan irmerly o nailer in the Laughlin nail orks, was employed as a traveling ilesraan for several ynars and was ennzed in business in Wheeling until his ealth became impaired. Ho was an exjllent young man, of a quiet dispo*ion and to know him was to liko him. he remains were shipped yesterday nd are expected to arrivo in Martin's errv next Monday or Tuesday. At a meeting of tho city council Inst ight it was decided to instruct C. L. /<>ama tn nnrmnl from tho common leas court to tho circuit court, the ininction case brought by John (J. (ayno against tho city of Martin'a orry, in the matter of tho Fifth atroot II and pavement. Another meeting ill bo hold next Saturday night, when Hiiidorablo important business will sine tip. Last night Ohio City Lodge No. 54, !. of P., elected tho following ofiiuern: . G. Gilmore, 0, C.; William Gibson, '. C.; Thomau .Saunders, K. of K. and .; frank Dennis, .M. at A.; William .M. oy, prelate; Samuel Thompson, treaaror; Harry Waterhouso, M. of W.; M. ldrodge, representative; R. O'Heirne, ustce. U S. Blackburn, of Salem, will to-day v tho "quick as wink" nozzle for tho urposo of giving tho tlromon an opnoranlty to nay how it works. Tho Third ard company has already bought one. Tlio trueieos 01 U10 iHurun s jerry nrl Coleraiu piko made their .settlelent yesterday. Tho total receipts for ie year were Si,335 Hi), and tho exondituroa SI, 104 47. Hobert Edwards, who had hi a rich t lot sprained in the Thanksgiving same, i able to ho around again and will ho II right for next Saturday's gumo with Vashington. At a mooting of the Y'a at tho homo f Miss Xettio McWilliains lant night it as decided to hold a historical ontorlinment on Fridav evening, December I. Fourteen old soldiors and soventoon ulowa receive monthly benefits from 10 county fund for indigent soldiers tid widows in I'easo towiiNhip. Mrs. T. V. Anderson, of ICnst Livorool, who han been visiting G'npt. and Irs. L. W. Inglobright, returned home estbrduy. ? Evangelistic mootlngs will ho held in in Baptist church. Kev. Hotchkiss ill preach this ovoninR and to-morrow vening. Hills amounting to$411 74 wore nassod y the township truitoca ou Monday evening, the townibip fund being $343 55. Twelve cooplei have been divorced by tbe Belmont count? court daring the present term. Seven cuei were diemined. Sever*! young people attended * party at tile residence of William Jones, on Xorth Main etreet, Wheeling, la?t oil!lit. The diflerent manutacturingeitablijhments are being Impacted by >V. F. Matthews, deputy etate inspector. Mies Ella Campbell entertained tbe Eaia Island Fishing Club at her home, on Third street, last evening. Miss Carrie Stewart has resumed from ail extended visit at ilendrlcica, W. Vs. John Stanton, of Fluahioir, ?ai a visitor in town yesterday. Walter Bracker, of Mt. Pleasant, win down yesterday, Mlia Lafle Reed, of Mt. Pleaiant, was here yeaterday. * l!ll,t,Ali:H All Mart* of Locnt Naw* itud OoMip from the Ciias? City, Cook Keliy got hold of nn old paper printed in this city in 1SG1 that contained many things to revive recollections of tho time9 when Bellaire wns a mere village. From it is learned that while Thomas C. Tbeakor, then of Bridgeport, represented this, then tho Seventeenth district in Congress, that John A. Bingham, though of Cadiz, represented tho Twonty-flrat district. Thoaker was afterwards appointed commissioner of pensions, and in tho whirligig of time tho state was redistricted and John A. Bingham was sent to Congross from tho old Sixteonth which was formed just as it is now and nerved until he was beaten for a renorainution by Hon. Lorenzo Danford, tlio gentleman who this fall was again centered upon to honor the groater district that it is to-day. James Stidd, jr., Hazel Milligan and two other boys, whoare as yet unknown, attacked a Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling train in the yard Monday night, and hroke all the windows in one end of the St. Clairsvillo coach and then run. The train stopped, and Georuo Koniick and other trainmen took after the boys, but could not overtake them. William Alexander, the local agent, filed a complaint against the two named, however, and they were locked up yesterday, and an effort will be made to Rocure the other*. The boys just showered stonei at the train becauae they wero not allowed to ride. They range in age from about sixteen to twenty years. Mayor L)uBoi? was yesterday called upon to dispose of h case brought against Willie Love, qaiteasmall boy, who had trounced another small boy named Willie Young last week and Monday evening would have attacked him again with a penknife, but for the intervention of a boy named Kern. The mayor is puzzled to know just what to do with the little fellow, us he is frequently complained about. Frank Jackson, acolorod porter, pleadAd crniltv to n charira of criminal assault made by Jennie Woods beforo Squire Mason yesterday and was taken to St. Clairsvllle jail in default of bail. The follow wanted to go to jail, as he had nothing to do. The Mother Goose entertainment opened in the Elvaian theatre last niirht with a splendid audience. Mils PhcuOe Henderson takes the part of Mother Goose and T. C. Nicholson that of her son Jack. It will be repeatod this oveninn. Hon. J. C. Iloinlein was at Columbus this week on business, and wants to havo a ro-union of the Ohio legislature at Columbus this wiuter since there will be no session of that body and they get the $600 pay anyhow. Rev. J. K. McKallip, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church here, but who has been at Beaver, Pa., since, will be joined by his congreeation in asking that the relations there be dissolved. This week, and from now on till Christmas, will be almost wholly given to entertainments by church peoploand others to raise money for Christmas tranti a anrl nf lfttfo'q ln)inr The total sales of the Snahill property tho other day amounted to less than $2,500 and part of it include the works at tho mouth of a coal mine, aud three acres of coal. Two Live* Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City III., waa told by her doctors a ho had consumption and that there was no hope for hor, but two bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery completely cored her, and she says it saved her life. Mr Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result orory thing elso. then bought ono bottle Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is such results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in CQUghs and colds. Free trial bottles at Logan DrugCo.'a drug store. Regular sizo 30c and $1.00. 5 Important Fuels. If you have dull and heavy pain across forehead nnd about the eves; if the nostrils are frequently stoppod up and followed by a disagreeable dincharge; if soroness iu tho nose nnd blouding from the nostrils is often experienced; if you aro very sensitive to cold in tho head accompanied with hcadacho; then you may bo sure you have catarrh, aud should (immediately) retort to Kly's Cream Halm for a euro. The remedy will give instant relief. If (tin llnby In Cutting Tooth, Bo sure and uso that old and well-tried remedy, Miw. \V iNRt.ow'#tsooTii!xa Syrup for children teething. It sootnos the child, softens tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhnjn. Twonty-flvo cents a bottle. mwfaw Comfort, Cheer, Contentment. These three C's arc invaluable in life. To make sure of them all, use Allcock's Porous Plaster whenever you have a lame back, sciatica, stiff joints or any similar pain or ache. If you Alnnyt lnii?? upon having "ALLCOCK'*," you will never bf ditappointed. ' Allcock's Corn Shields, Allcock's Bunion Shields, Have no equal at a relief and cure for coma and bunion*. Brandreth's Pills arc n safe, rellablo remedy for bilious heudacho und similar troubles. n DON'T ACQEP THE PROCTER A GAMBLE CO. CtNTI. r\ ,ThisI !//\\ ?\ doesn t am ' J' who use P( done becau y jl V i over the wa ft"_3 \sy. ?etti,cmei 'P^ys'f) with soap i w anc^you' /Jvv. rubbed t! IT sy ph \\ won't li In / \ kind i Wo>v^_ 'lf\ //] 1 eiriie tsc.y //' \ selfc hardest of women's work. I'ctidlers nn Beware ' vt vn imitation. l>c honest?send it b<uk. Wh? Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitch and Children. It contains n other Narcotic substance, for Paregoric, Drops, Sootli It is Pleasant. Its gttarau Millions of Mothers. Casto: ---the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "UaatorlnlxBo well adapted to children that I recommend it an miperior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Akcucu, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "The two of 'Cartorla1 Is bo universal and its mi-ritfl bo well known that it Booms a wore i of supererogation to enilon? It. Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria | within easy rcach." Carlos Mahtvk, I). D? | New York City. I Ta* CrafTArn < Weak, Ner tVftll whoh*ri>bwn hutnbnjtfffi INN "Crayon,"" Troche"." "Vi voamlf prowlwr older ar ** I am doomed, there U no hopo jrraTo, or drifting upon a sborrlMM yOUHSBljF: TUEtt PERFECT M Writ* rat a fall hUtory rf yoar eur. *nJ te >**, ny kill U (rrai. I have eared tbiou ED wrll* before uimf treatment eliewhri H'dliltf. ?? ( eit tt where iliut ne?er C, Dr. N. E. WOOD. President. CHICAGO MEDICAL & i AU;i< s p!lIu nut WW _ the Boree. Rowtorcw Tnwto ftmi jlSl nnr" Oc. I)runlets or by uniL ELY Performs Wonders Bircnr ?*0 ArTf* UliN>* llrtln MikHj kml r?<nll of 1?r.n?. IW???, obtfh ir rrfflrrlftl will flinllj rrtali qalckl/ "4 |>?ru??fBtlj. Irj IU Kf?l kj r*lor? ill, iS.IW, Ut ? ?> A<Jdr??? FOR qALK ny LOO AS HHHO CO S W&IMT'S CHES? OR KIDNE <t C0MPLi^ a v-'W^Vt9r mentis, 50c l> UEZ fjQ roi? rams hy t.Q(; an nunc, on anVwt turtS.OO. ))Et rFoMilaiu Wli.^'liai t>y tli.? ?<')(> WDRL''? to WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS. is.v> TAn /innrnn iso:! imams, ;v;| ?? nEAi.ru in? WallPaper and Borders, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, BABY CARRIAGES, Etc. Largest stock and greatest variety in the city. SOLD RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICE5. 2<? TWKIiPTH STttBKT. PICTURES ?. ART MATERIALS. nAVIS YOU A PICTOU13 You Want Framed? You will bo plcMcd with th? l.inro Btook of )atiN<t patterns of Moulding* fliown at NICOLL'S ART STORE. I'liicst Vmv Low. 12?! Market S:ro<iL J H()AP PURE -r- iMITJTlAMC l i/umiiuno. /latter of Darning ount to much, with the women ;arline. Most of it has to |>e se you persist in rubbing things ishboard so. You have to, to ,-en passably clean, if you wash n the old way. Use Pearline 1 save the darning. You haven't lie things to pieces, and you ave to mend them. And another of darning won't suggest itself, r, for you haven't tired yourtut to the cross point with the d some unscrupulous pToccr**ill tell tc*. pood as* or "the same as I'carlinr." IfS :arlinc is never peddled, if v?ur grocer lends 411 JAMES 1'YLH, Nr* v.a at is cr's prescription for Infants either Opium, Morphine nor It is a harmless substitute iiig Syrups, and Castor Oilitee is thirty years' nso l>y ria is the Children's Panacea Castoria. CMitorla cure* Colic, Conrtlpatkra, Sour Stomach, Diarrha*a, ErucUUco, Kills Wonua, given slerp, and yruznotct & geotlon. Without injurious medication. "For RTcrtil ycani I liam reccmmrniied your 'Castoria,' and hhall always continue tc do no M it had invariably produced l>eaefldif resulte." Ed win F. FAKOKB, M. P., l?5th Street and ?th Ave,, >'cw York CUj Jowaxt, 77 Murray Stout, New Tom Cnr vous ftlen! a by tho "Electrle " Fallow finflTf r." " Bold." nrtmm," " rf>' ?!urr" (Jnnck*. and *bo ba*e fosM idworie: YOU *bo havopivotiup lnde?p*lr.uji?? for di(Im to yon I ??y. ?ho are linking irito ?n iujt naaof aickncMand inlafortuno, l'I\ und 8AVS E1S UOI'E! TH33BJQ IS A CURB ANHOGD RESTORED rqCKTIOJf LISTS ?t..l iroPwn^. *7 ttwirtm in h*a4 uiii*. I C4S I'f llK Hit. Twenty y?4??' IV UTUfT r*. Conitilnil'in* personally or by mtil, tr???nil _ , O. I). imlw% on1rr?<1.i A t'lffiJIy iUROICAl INSTITUTE, 30 Van Buron SI. Ch.ca90.il. an!frTThtif_ IVI?Ttcansm tlin Nn*n 1 1 Inttummntlon, II?*aJ?R^^.^ QdL w T.^ Vtifl l^rni'mA n a Few Days. u?t s^iaai For**, n??i *r?ar;. un ?lom. ?rak, dripondrnl. law .|ilrllrri ?n??. **d ?. Ik> I In Ix.anlf * or r???an|.tlon. HUM'S >rH?r ItMlD rtr* , tlx tor ft. Ml, wlih wrlllrn ruarani* la nr* ?t ft?* CRANE MEDICAL CO.. Columbus. Ohio. do'--WW' CONSTIPATED? Do you have HEAD- J 1* your NERVOUS SYSTEM, LIVER f YS out of oidcr? If so, euro yourself by # ;lit'H Celery Tea. li improves the J ON. One month's treatment 25C. Tbtee f ) Samples ?ent free. Address, i Wrights Celery Tea Co, ([ COLUMBUS. OHIO, f MANHOOD Ire lor nervous pronrntlon and nil ?,T?vnu.V!J^,K?:> pnnn ?>f cither m?x. ?uch a* Nervous IW' ,1' ixh!. Impotenry. Nlu'litly EtnlMloii?.)?'1}t^?if1^scosMvu aitcof Tobacco or Opium. whirn anlty. With every order wo aivc r? V* ofunri tho nionev. Mil ?f n i .00 ?mt " h|#t . MOTT'B VUkSIlVALL'O..Cleveland.^* Main and lVn:ti Sin'fK ^ ? TAN I nnTAIN A PATENT' W? promnt an^rer nni cn bonr.'t M UN N A- CO., who bavo Lid ru^rl* experience in tho patent bOBino??. 1 'm-nu" tlonnttrlctly confidential. A Iliincllio'y'^1^. tiu'tuhcrn tent fri'p."Alao a cA'falOffuV of Eeen?" leal nnd fclontltlo liook.1 fnv. . rt 1 at outs tafcon tliromrh Miidii fr t WW' BPi'cial m*!oo In-ho Srlcntltlc AmrrJran-** thus are broiu-ht wl.Mlr Do/oro*!-* pnNicw?> out o?*t to tho mt.intor. T?i> isaupd iroiiklf, rfeKliitly l!!r'trnf?*i m larsMt circQlatloQ of an* imcntitic ?.<r* a rwar. (tannic oupiMfrnt frtj talMtag tilUion. mcmt Mr. *iw a rear. A1** Fpi-lca. .., oouu. Kvory number contain! llrul platn#, in color*, and ithnwwrajlu0?Joff boiiffs, with cnaMiiwWil.lrra t.< !>"?? ^ ^'trtiNilaKi ivad itoeuro aintnu't.'*. , MUSS & co? nkw yohk, am nnoAom, CONSUMPTION SURELY CORED. , To TrtK Kditdi; JMrnsr inform yonri^a' orn that I luno n positive remedy for nbovo nnmtd dihoaso. Jly its timely v* thousands of liopefosH eases lifivo Ihh'B J*r' manently cured. I shall ho glad to two bottlos of my remedy freo to any of*0'readers who luiro consumption if thO'' Bond mo tlioir oxproKa and poflt oflloo uJuf?**" Koapcctlully, T. A. Hlocuui. M i'-., ho. 183 1'ctrl Street, hew