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THEY ARE CHAMPIONS.
TUo Brownies Win the Olty CJhaui
plouslilp From tliu Uoutli ijltlo.
THREE NINE-HUNDRED SCORES
Were MaiIk Uy llorvuy'it Men?The
l'lr?t (iniuo wiih llio Only Clone Out*.
llccordN of Player* in Ihn Merle*.
Suburban League Schedule?Tho
nnwlor* Defeat Qunrwroil Oak*,
"illm" Corbeic Coiulu^?Others New*
/ ol Sport.
Lust night tiioSoutli Side team, cham
pions ot the MouthSido Howling League,
un<t Tho Brownies, chain pious of tho
up-town organization, met ou tho Museo
alleys and plnvod the fourth, fiifth and
sixth of tho games that were to dtuida
the city bowling championship. Tlireo
weeks ago, it trill bo roiueiubored, Tlw
Brownies wont down to Moaart park
and took two oat of thraa from tuo
South Aiders on thoir own alleos, yo that
they -had all tho advantage til last
night'* games. However, it was not ex
poctcd-thut Tho Brownies would make
thro.* 000-ncorcw, which, tbey did last
night, thus giving them tho live neces
sary victories iu tho series of nine, ar
ranged to decide tbo championship.
After the games wore over the scene was
one of wild enthusiasm. An will bo
seen by tho following scores nil the play
ers did excellent work. In tho lirat
game the Uoutli .Side made au excellent
showing, but that was the ouly close
gatri-joi th?>? three. The scored:
BsotTUfji.' ut si rdjSorrKSroc. !?t IM Sd
llenrsr lis 19 MMpefcM 149 1ST 1M
TUhiallca1 y luT'Kii.abacli itt lift 13a
O'NelL I.* 1? UTillaadlan . ...IM 17?? u<
Adam*... 170 L>3 US.M*r*bace......l.'3 lei 1*2
Kojrlcu .IM 17o Jfinole? IM I.M 120
liliQ'i Hi rs t?c;\vri?a-. i.-? is*
ToUl*.. yji 912 *>?! Total* 3'-H $ ?
"WHO CAN U??W.\ A'lflKU?"
Iilkol.iavttiun Nu*?? tram* At*
AiUIkk iu to Tbi Ibiulart.
l'?r ; IVr
"deb. W. I_ cent, Club. W. L. ?trnt
Thr bowlen. 9 e i.u? Quart'd Oaks. .1 t? .XJS
Daisle* C 0 LOUOi Ldand 3 C .SU
lVu un<t Pell. j I .StfAtoecicuv ... 2 4 .Xit
Tne liruwaM ?? l ^c:ISil<)mli).?.M 2 7 .272
NajaelCsw a 3 .<671U C. Klebard* 2 .". .222
Independent* 1 t> .IKjltircriida ...... i & .111,
To-.\I6Hfs ti *ur>? Auiaric 'J r*.
Last night at the Museo alloys Tho
Bowler* defeated the Quartered Oa-s
tbrcestraight*,and tho<iuaitiou, "Who
can down ihe Bowleta?" it being gen
erally propounded bv members of other
teams. Perhaps Nameless, formerly
tho bel? noire of Tho lioariert, can do
the job when the two teams meet next
rreek. Tho high score of the evening
wai made by .Sutler in the third game,
17t?. For Quartered 0.iks, Wagner roll
ed high in tho second ^nmo, 150. The
scores in detail:
Q'*r!?0*a?. l? *M 3d Bourne*-. )?t Jti ;-J
1^. Woo-L 1.M IUT, XUScoll l-T lii 137
Wagn??r ?UW :>i llMtibflOalTer.._117 13d Hfi
I. Wood _..1C> \'< liS- EdclltKi ?171 m if.
? inrdncr w iou :t: i.iab ?, _is*? u? 107
htectser ?Hi 121 n.> Wbitakcr J2? i.'i? 111
Wind -...HI 127 iwlsuUer, ?.lw? I -A 176
Tool* 7U ?w.t 7u; Tou!? ?:i y.'i
Tlif? rurtml Krro.
Laat evening on thovFoite alleys on
the .South bide the Hustlers and the
Apollo* parted even. The Hustlers
were favorites and their defeat in the
first game wai a surprise. '1 ho scores:
IlCSTUlU. lit ^llAPvUO. iii !m
Fbafcr 1Z\ lls:<; bebwlnger.. U'? li:
Krraple 1H 1?.' Wa^uer 1 oj 127
Kramer 127 ll7jMauu 112 sJ
llsjlott 161 licjc. EeliwlUK<r....?l H7
Wnl?(erbor ?121 }??Ja<*k?oa ...172 iiu
Illlnd^..^. -102 !<# Kind 172 1?J
lu'jili 77U Toul* M t
STAIM'S O.N MDND.W.
TheSabarban Buwiiu.- I.f?cun Adopt* It*
The schedulo of games in the spring
and summer series of the ' Suburban
Dowiing League has been adopted and
is givon iu full below. The season
starts next Monday ovening and con
tinues through fourteen consecutive
week9. onding July 11. Tho eight clubs
with tho exception of the Calumets, will
play on the Seiber' alleys, and the other
club's home ailoys are at Wheeling
Park. Following is tiie scnedule:
Firat and eighth weeks?April 8 aud
May ^7, Heabouts vs. Calumets; Aprii'j
and May -S. Columbian vs. Lotus; April
10 and May ."?0. .Standarits vs. Trilbys;
April 11 aau May IT.', Bohemians vs.
h'econd and ninth weeke?April 1"?
and June 5. Beabouts vs. Columbias;
April 1Hand Junoli, Lotus vs. Calumets;
April 10 and Juno 4. Kohuuiiau* vs.
Trilbys; April 17 and June 3, Standards
'Ihird and tenth weeks?April 22 and
Jnno 12, Heaboutfc vs. Lotus; April 23
and Juno 13, Columbia* vs. Calumets;
April 24 nnu Juno 11, Standards vs.
Uohemians; April 2'? and June 10, Tril
bys \e. Carroll.
Fourth and eleventh weofca?April 2D
and June IS, wcahouts vs. Standards;
April 30 and June 17, Trilbys \t. Calu
mets; May 1 aud June 2U, C'arroll vs.
Ixftcs; May 2 and Juno 20, Dohomiaus
Fifth and twelfth weeks?Mav ?> and
June 2-1, Beabouts vs. Trihys; May 7 and
June 20, Carroll vs. Columbias; Mav 8
au*i June 27, Standards vs. Lotus; May
'J and June 25, iiohomians vs. Caluinotv.
Sixth and thirteonth weeks ? May 13
nnd July 2, Eoabouts vs. Hohemintis;
May 10and July 3, Carroll vs. Calumets;
May 10 and July ??, Columbia v*. Stand
arci's; May 17 and July 1, Lotus vs.
? Seventli aud fourteenth wooks?May
23and July 8, Beabouts vs. Carroll;
May 20 and July 10. Standards vs. Calu
mets; May 21 and July 0, Columbias vs.
Trilbys; May 22 and July 11, Bonomi
ana va. Lotus.
A Great ():uin*.
Indianapolis, I.'Ji)., April 4.?Tho 8L
Louis J'rowns and the Indianapolis
Western leaguo toani playod tho finest
en mo of tho. season of'95thia afternoon.
Hits Mid runs were few and far be
tween, tho Brown* finally winning in
tho twelfth inning, score 2 to 1.
CUIUUCIT is COM|\ti.
Ilia IC^iHrtvututlvo llulievoa ||,? Cor Poll.
L'itaslillliioiiM HaMU wilt bn Fought In
?Incbauuvllln Without UlorfarRuut,
Mr. J, M Konnoy, in advnni'oofCliaiii
piou ".liin"Corbelt'a "liontleinitii Jack"
company, wan iu tho city yesterday ur.
ranging for Clio nppearnnco of liia star
in Wliooliojt noxt Wodnoaduy. Holed
in tho aftoruoou for Parkersburg and
Charleston, wuero tho big 'un aiao
aiows next wen I;. From Charleston
tho company jump* to Kanotvillo and
from tho lattor point lo toxington, Kv.
Mr. Konnoy sava that tlio Cnrbutt-!
Mlzsluimoua light i? ?uro to come otf In
Jacksonville, Flo., noxt 'September, and,
of course, ho believe* tlmt tlio Aineri. I
can will defeat tho ex-Antipodoan. Tlio !
law* of Florida did not justify tlio stop.
Pin* of tho Corbott-Mitcholl contost1
last year, and tiiereforo, it is bojiovod
that the couiug battle will not bo intor
2iOOK31.\li|]KS WIS UK 1IU8V
Yetlvrtlay at Nu*tirlllo-Thru? Favorites,
uSecond iiml u Third Choice Won.
N'AauviLLB, Tksh.. April 4.?Throo
favoritos. u second and a third choico
won at OumlJorlaud Park to?day. Tho
track win fait, tho wcathfl?*prfeU9nnt
aud tho bookmakers wore kept busy.
i'irdt, five-eighths mile?Simon \\\
won; tills worth second; Metropolo
third. Time, 1:014.
/Second, one-half mile?Jilsey won;
Kpoua second; Imp. Sujfar third.
fhird. sell in/, seven-eighths mile?
Addio Buchanan won; Equator secoud;
Dr. Work third. Time, 1:L*J.
Fourth, selling, seven-eighths milo?
Anna Mayes won; Lay Un second;
i.oouoll third. Time,
frifth. Helling, four furlougo?Froe
Coinage won; Kxcuao second; Hondo
thivd. Time. :4!#|.
1 lie .Na?h?ill?< i.utrie*.
First, three-quarter mile?Elano. 102?
?'elika, 111; Mollie B, 114; Uncle Luke'
! 113; Carlsbad, 119. '
Second, one-half mile?Hags, Pollock,
Maid ol IJoaor. St. Preshloy. Cucle
'ihird, one mile?Shining Belle, 94;
Diggs, 109; t^ueon May, Fanev Dance
107; Kernaudez, 109; Tobin, Lretidoo.
Buck Massie. iUsper, he Banjo, 112.
Fourth.jhroo-quarters milo selling?
ivismet, S7; Masque, 89; Martha GriUin,
91; Shining Belle, Addie M., 95; Win
lield, 1C0; Tancred, Tremor, lui; La
Garcia, IOl'; Ta Ta, Ben Wilson, 103;
l.ay On. 1CK; llormau. Dearest, JOo*
Tom Elmore. 103; Darwin, Wedge
Fifth, one-half mile? Fidler, Land
seer, Jim Douglas, War Soug. lion .Soir,
C!audo Martin, l'ardon, Judge Baker
Black Knot, Moyad. 11!. '
. Amateur llu?n Hull.
Tno frwiua defeated the Sixth Ward
?SlURcar.. by a score ol 21 to 17; bat
teries Keen.au and Vec., and Keenau
Tlio I rwins also defeated the 1'otterv
Dusters by a scoro ol 10 to 12. The win
ners would lite to hoar from anr nine
under fourteen years of a::e.
Y?fttefdaj'rt lUitt Uall.
X?w York?I'niversity, of Pennsyl
vania, 4; New York 21.
Richmond. Va. ? Washinjton 10
Lynchbcrx, V.a. ? I'hiladolohio 9
Atlanta, Oa.?Brooklyn 17; Atlanta;
lioanoke, Va.?Bmton 9; lioanoko B
Columbia, >>. t'.?I'ittiburjh (Kobu
laril 10; ColU S.
Nashville?Cleveland, 18; Nashville, .1.
Cincinnati?Cinciuuati Ke^ulars '!!?
Colts, X '
(?'eimral Spurting .Notri.
N\ here will Pen A Pencil como out if
Tho Brownies roll tnree 900-scOres on
Saturday night? Ves, where?
The final contracts botweon the ball
club and railway companies will be
signed at 10 o'clock this morning.
Tho smallest town on tho Intor-etate
circuit. Twin Cities, is tho stroncost
financially. \\ itb a ;;ood team the to\rn
will hold up its end throughout the soa
President Zieirlor, of tho lutor-sfato
Bas?? Bail Association, is a journals .
He edits the Wine and Spirit (iazottu, I
the organ of the Ohio IJtpior Dealers''
The .Metropolitan club has decided
not to taku on the Marshall-Caliagher
and Parry-Gallagher bouts, until that
odor of crookedness blows awav. Quito
tho proper action.
There are seventy-two now plavora on
tho National league teams, anil soon
that number of player* will got their
walking players, koine of thorn wili se
cure lutor-state borth?, perhape.
Manager Frank O'Briou.of the Mans
field club, has signed Third-baseman
Dunn, of Bellaire. and First-baseman
"Joe' Conley, ot Alliance, fctouben
viile has nil her players signed; most
of thorn are from Pittsburgh, and tiinnv
critics have slated the team for the tail
TIim Ilrhlf-oport U'mueit'a Vote.
Miss Burnett addressed a crowded
house at tiie West End church. Bridge
port, v\ ednesday oveuing on the subject
ol woman's enflrago. The special elec
tion mr school board, at which women
will voto and in which two womou are
to ho voted for, will he held next Mon
day from 1 to 0 o'clock p. m. Tho indi
cations are that thoro will be n big vote
cast by tho women of Bridgeport.
"A Memorablo Weok iu tho National
Capital is tho title of tlio popular lee*
turo lo bo given tills evening at the
Opera House by Mine Burnett. This
lecture includes a doscrintioti of tho
public building*, a trip to Mt. Vernon
aud Arlington, a visit to Congress, pri
vate reception in tho whito house, a
toa party at tlio home of Clara Barton,
the W. C. T. IJ. convocation, trionnial
Council of Women," commas of tho
Daughtoni of tho devolution, death of
Fred Douglass, a visit to his home, cole
bralion of February L'2 and other aub
jocta ol gonoral intorost.
??A Toxitu Stanr."
Whilo iloyt's "A Texas ktoor" is now
in tho uoutli, its reputation ns a' laugh
maker has proceoded it, and it is pro
?lictod by thoso who havo neon this clev
erest lloyt comedy that nothing to sur
pass it as an amusing ontortainmont has
been or will be seen in local thoatros.
"A Texas .Stoor" is not a frirco comedy]
but a prolty story, in which wit, wis
dom, mirth and music are so artistical
ly blended with delicate bits of natlmH.
that it h an ideal entertainniont. TJie
musical featuro is tho singing of au ox- !
cellont quartotto of whito Bingors, who
itnpersonato ranch hands at Brander'a
Texas home. The play will be given at
theOoora Homo noxt Tuesday, April 9.
?Tliu Trolley Sjruluin."
This funny farce comody oponod an
encngomont of throe nighih and a mat
inee at tho Grand last night to a good
houso. Kin an interesting and nmutj
i"K ploco, *ud tliocmtin capnblo, tlio !
? l>vcli<Ui?> biting mnuclally flno. It win
rocolvntl with continumn laughtur uml
ittipbuae. Tim trqlluv car iinti tlio ex
plosion mukn it bit; bit.
IllUJf Slunu thy l>?tau*?a <it llio Swat MuU
lulu-llva Hundred of tint Cmtiii)
Calcutta, April I.?A dispatch re
ceived here (roiu tho Malnkaud I'am,
via Hitulu, to-day nay* tluit tlio opera*
tions of tho British troops against I'tura
Kiiau, of Jaudol, thu Invader of Chitr.il,
iu th* pan itiolf were couiuieucod by
tlio who wore sent to clour tiio
hilli on tho loft. Tlio maxim rapid fir
ing guns were placed to tlio front when
ever tltov uot within raiiRO of thu ou
otuv, estimated to number 11!,000. Tlio
latter at tlrnt tundo but teoble resiitenco
but whou thu head of tho pass was
reached tlio action bocitmo general. Tlio
liordou Highlanders uud thu Scottish
Border*? storuiod tlio dofoncos of thu
enomy, which was compoiod of Swat J
i Mullahs and Innr.i Kuhiid Ntipuorters. J
Tlio Itritiuli troops advancod with apirit |
| in spite of tho fact thai tho roadway >
j over tho puss wai cut away >11 many
places and that saugar*, or atono breast
works, woro constructed at various
pointa, which had to bo turned at tho
1 point of tho bayonet. Fifty of the Brit
! iati force woro wouudod, including thrco
?oiliror^ severely uud four nightly,
?injured.''Only tliroo' aoldiora of. tlio,'.
'British force "were killed. Tho unptuy
loat >'>0l) killed and wounded. ,.
The Aral brigade in expected to rtytcii
tlio .Swat river to-night.
TIIB tltnS Tit \I>K.
I'll* l.*u?mil SltilntMiM According t<? Hi*
Iron Trnilr lt?vla\?,
Ciavki.vnu, 0., April 4.?The Iron
TradeKsview thin woek will aav:
So mo lar^otales of Lake Superior bes
aoiuet orua have been cloaod the past
week, the total running up to J.ODO.OJO
tons, of which about 1,000,000 tons have
been aold in tho past dav or
two. The advance* established rauno
from 10 to 1'Oc above thu prices of last
year. A leading western a tool interest
in tho principal buyer thus far. Tho
coke advance to SI 35, together with
that on oro, means cloio to 75c added
cost on every tou of Bessemer nig irou.
Makers of Bessemer are much firmer
in their position, tu view of thu situa
tiou and while the quotation of 510 at
the valley furnact) was ljcabovo market
transactions laat week, oilers of $10 at
thn'furnace for May and June deliveries
are now refused. Some l'ittaburgh sales
are reported at $10 76. Furnace* that
had $9 50 in the valley aa their mini
mum under tho old prices would have
to maintain a 510 lb or $10 *J5 figure un
der tho now coke and oro oasis. Soft
ste*l billets, which shared in tho ad
vanco in Bessouier pig a few weeks ago
and then fell of!, are now advanciug
again, and Pittsburgh aalea were rnado
$15 25 and $15 35 tho past week. L)o
mand for finished material is atill eu
couragiug. Further rail bnyiug ia
promiiod for the near future, and bridge
work haa beeu furnishing a large ton
The l>enn .Uiilrrj.
Baltimore. Md., April 4.?Baltimore
detectives who have in the past week
been oudeavoring to unravoi tho mys
terious murder ot Miss L)oau near Fed
eralaburg, have lodged ia the Denton
jail a voting blacksmith named .Mar
shall Price, charged with tho murder.
Tho presentation of "Cleopatra" by
Mia9 Lillian Lewis at the Oppra llouso
to-night-will bo an important event of
the week. Miss Lewis ia wellSraiuod
in tlio technique of acting and thor
oughly schooled in all tho minor do
tails of dramatic presentation. Hor
taste in dross is faultless and her dresses
are .models of beauty and cflectiveueia.
She has fairly won tho distinction of
being one of the ublost and most cap
tivating actresnes on the American
stage. Gorgeous costumes, dazzling and
brilliant tableaux vivants, magnificent
scenery, beautiful ballet and premieres,
musical choruses and a series of living
pictures consistent and characteristic
are introduced to mako tho drama more
Would tin a liutlirtiii. .
They are now talking about a canal
from Wheeling to Cluvuland, Ohio.
Such a project would be a godsend to
ttie great, business interests of this val
ley. With that canal, which would on
able our coal to reach the northwest,
and tho railroad from the Wost Fork to
the Ohio, which would open tho way to
the southern mnrkots, the Fairmont
coal region would indeed be prosperous.
What n I'lranllig
It Is to li&vo ktrosis iit'rvci, und howmauynre
denial it. They to whom nature La* becu ulg
gard lu lbi? respect can enjoy uerve vigor nud
?piletud- 1( tliev u*e iloctettur'sStoumch llltter*.
on* of the Uue?i ncrvinu< uud tonics In
??otv. L?ysjie|>?la. u prolific source of nerv?* In
ijnlPtitdc. I? Itivuriabljr uvercutuu by this filial
tordlcine, tvblcU 1? T'Ot^ut a* n remedy for
?nalstinl nud kMuoy trouble and cou>tl(iittiou.
Thosk who never read tho advertiao
monta in their newspapers miss more
than they presume. Jonathan Koni
son, of Bolau, Worth county, Iowa,
who had been troubled with rheum
atism in his back, arms and shoulders,
read an item in his pnuer about how a
prominent Herman citizen of Ft. Mad
ison had boon cured, lie procured tiio
same medicine, and to uhu his own
words: "It cured mo right up." llu
also Have: "A neighbor and his wifo
were both sick in bod with rheuinntiHin.
Thoir boy was over to my house and
said thoy wcro ho had ho hud to do tho
cooking. T told him of Chamberlain'*
Paiu Balm and how it had curod me, he
got a bottlu and it cured them up in a
week. 50*cent bottles for ealo by Chan.
It. (ioet/.e, Will W.Irwin, John Klari,
Wm. II. Williams. C. Monkomellcr,
Wm. M. Ilasno, II. C. Stewart, A. K
Schoolo, J. Coleman, C. Schnopf, Win.
Monkomeller, Wheeling, W. Vn.; Bowio
it Co., Bridgeport; B. F. Boabndy it
Son, Bon wood.
Wc Offer You a Remedy Which
Insurc5 Safety to Life of
Alother and Child.
" Mothers' Friend "
Robs Confinement of Its I'.nln,
Horror anil Risk.
Atifr iislnc on?? Ixittln of "Atolliers*
Friend" I sufTsrcil btit little pitln. mid did
not experience that weakness nrterwnrd,
usual In such ci?si*s.?Mnfi. annie Gage,
Uaxtor SprliiKs, Knu.
jy.Sf nt l,j Mall or Ktprean. nn r?*?*lr>t of prle??.
. || |>?rbotllr. H"olttoUottopm mailed
Kr?P. Hold liy nil ltrui(Kl?ti.
BflADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Ilt'!tilr\ lit I't.
All Hurt* uf I.ouiil Nuw? nml <I?mI|i from
Um (ihiM Ciljr.
Senator J. W. Nichols is being vorv
generally talked of ai a candidate (or
itnte senator n^ain tlilH fall. Ho in
brought prominently to tho front Ity
reason of hi* success in frutning n law
taxing oxpru-H, telegraph, telephone
snd other sucli corporations in tliiit
citato, now Hint tlio tax <|iio?tion in on
top. My tlio May, Hon. A. 'J'. MeKelvey
mid othurs have culled a meeting ?f tax
payors at tit. Clairsvllle next wook to
organize as In other parts of tlio county.
Tho Sabbath School Institute which
oponod in tho Christian church hero
last night wiut well attended. Tho de
votional exorcises woro oonductod by
J'"V. John T. Foster, and tho paper by
Mr#. I,illy Kelly upon "What tlio Sab
bath school iii not" was a very entertain
lug ouo. ai was aim) tho talk of Kev. II.
A. L Kiiig upon tho field of tho school
nuil the talk of Dr. J. S. McClollan upon
"Who should bo there." Tho instituto
will bo continued at 'Jo'docU this morn
lug in tho II. 1', church,
Kev. X. IJ. Stewart, who has boon nu
porintoudont of tho Children's Homo
f<?r a fow years, ha? resigned and will
return to the ministry. Thomas J.
Bran sou, of Barnesvillo, has boon an
pointed and will tukit chargo tho first of
Moesrs. * ?iilil:mJ and IJrown, tho
newly elected members of tho school
board, look the oath of ollice Wfdne*
I day evening. They will take thtfir sciiti
in tho board on tho 15th.
?/oho I J, Crozior and .Miss Luella Por
ter were married by Rev. William Per
egojrat tho South Kollairo M. !?*, parson
ago Tuosday evening.
Capt. Julius Armstrong,lof tho adju*
taut general's olBco at Columbus, is
mingling with his friouda horo this
\\. F. Litten is making u trip on the
lien ilur putting iu ouo of tho olectric
lights ou tier bow.
Dick DarVub and wife, of l.oydsvillo,
are guests of the fami! v of ox-Postmaster
Editor \\ arnoclc roceived a now cn
| Kino yesterday to use iu his printing of
I There will bo Lenten services ai tho
, hpiscopal church at 5 o'clock this oven
The board of health wilPiuoet at tho
mayor's otlice at 1 o'clock this nftoruoou.
Prosecuting Attoruev Weems was in
tho city yesterday.
Charles Murray ha's moved hia family
to lias City, Ind.
l'rank Saltsgaver is off on a trip to
31A It TIN'S PtiltlbY.
Ifajt# nml Ml?hm(i? Iu tlie Thriving City
Across tlm ltlrrr.
One of tho mostonjoyablo social events
i in Martin's Ferry for a long time was at
the rosidonco of Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
| Robinson last night. It was in honor
of their guest, Bliss Virginia Mathows,
I of Allegheny, Pa. About twenty coupled
wero present and voted tho affair a great
| success. Dancing and card playing wero
the principal amusements, and these, i
I together with tho splendid supper at
I midnight, woro greatly enjoyed. Mrs.
Kobinson, who is a charming hostess,
was ably assisted. Mrs. Piddle, of J
j \\ heeling, presided at the piano.
; Ihera was a large attendance at the I
funeral of the late Samuel Fisher vester- I
day afternoon. Kev. Dr. J. \V. Kobins
was the officiating minister. Tho inter- j
inent was at Kivorview cemetery.
! rKev. Dr. J. W. Kobbins, pa6tor of the
I M. !?* church, otiiciated at tho funeral
of tho six-uionths-old daughter of Mr.
i and Mrs. .1. \V. Lane yestorday.
No services wilt bo hold in'tho Welsh
church on Sunday an account of tho
absouce of the pastor, Kev. William
Lewis, at Sberrodsville.
Tho Baptist congregation has decided
to sell the parsonage in order to pay the
debt on it. Tho church is cloar of debt.
Kx-Mayor A. W. Harris has been ap
pointed Masonic lecturer in the twontv
third district of Ohio.
James Jamison is critically ill at his
residence at the corner of Pari: aud
*^'93 Jonnio McGrew ontertainod tho
lhimblo Pee yostorday afternoon.
Mrs. Georgo B. Barr and son, Charles
are visiting near Su Clairsville.
Tho West Virginia glass works re
sumed last night.
John Lindsay is visitiug his mother
llouN Tills !
Wo otler One Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrii Cure,
r. J. Cheney & Co., ProDs., Toledo, O.
NVo tho undersigned have kuown F.
J. Chonev for the last fifteen years, and
believe him perfectly honorablo iu all
business transaction and tinanciallv
ablo to carry out any obligation made
by thoir Urui. Wisr it Tiipax,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
AT.DIXCI, K INN AN it MaRVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Tolodo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is Uikon internal
ly, acting directly npdu the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho systom. Prico
<5 cents per bottlo. Sold by all Drug
gists. Testimonials freo.
Ot i: patrons will tlnd Do Witt's Littlo
Karly liisors a safe uud loliable remodv
for constipation, dyspepsia and livo'r
complaints, l.ogan Drug Co., Whcol
ll1^' }^' }r?.. I'eabody, bonwood,
aud Bowie ?t Co., Bridgeport, 0.
Sweet Girl ? Papa says you can't
afford to marry. Ardent Youth?Non
sense. I can get a proachor to perform
tho ceroinony for $2. Sweet Girl?Can
you? How foolish papa is.?AVio York
It Mii^ l)o n? Much for You.
Mr. Fred Millor, ofjrving, 111., writes
that ho had a sovere iLidney trouble for
many years, with sovoro pains in liis
back and also that his bladder was af
fected. IIo triod many so-called Kidney
cures but without any j^ood result.
About a year ngo ho be;an tho uso ol J
Klectric Bittors and found relief at once, i
Klectric Bittora is eapociallv adapted to
cure of all Kidney and Liver trouble*
aud often gives almost instant relief.
Ono trial will prove our statement'
Prico only 50c for largo bottle. Ai
Logan Drug Co.'s Drug Store. 0
Ouit hotter halves say thoy could not
keep houso without Chamberlain's
Couch Bomedy. It is used in moro
than half tho homes in Uiods. Sims
iiisos., hoods, Iowa. This shows tho
oiteoui in which that reinody is hold
whoro it has boon sold for years and in
won known. Mothors hnvo learned
that thoro iu nothing so good lor colds,
croup and whooping cough, that it
cures those ailments quickly and per
manently, and that it is ploasant aud
safe for children to lake.
i W- T- .?sS!iF?n|'. stniiou Acoiit ol
Moper, Clarion countv, Pa., writos* I
eun rovomiuoiiil Ono Mimilo Coul-Ii Curo
111 llm bou I (Ivor umil. It riivo iiiitnnt
r? 'Of ni"I " quick cure. I.ncui Druii
port o A L'?" llridK"'
The Washing of the Feet
gels to be ;i weighty matter. i?
clays whan colored stockings \vjn
^ shed their colors. Pearline <W.; ,k
J work beautifully. ' ttUl
/ 't's not only thoroughly ,.|tl.ctj
\ but it's healthy, Doctors r,-Cr,m,n,^
C ?s Pearline ;,s u SQlk
Try it in th,; kith.
It will give. y0l| j
new idea of ,'|,,lnlh
ruv uess. Bathing uj^
Pearline is a <
IYfldlcrs and rome unscrupulous grocer**;;] je j
"thU U as p.txxl as" or "the same n iVorlineft
V H V KAl.SK?1'carlino is never pctldlni. if >0Jr '/
you an imitation, be honest?icndit back, JAMKS I'VLJi, Ne* yf.
NEW SILK WAISTS, ETC.-GEO. R. TAYLOR.
Geo. R. T aylor.
Just Received :
? ? ? OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF ? ? ?
New- ? Silk ?, Waists,
ALSO OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
New Derby? Waists,
And placed on sale this morning, Derby
Waists all washed, starched and ironed by
hand. Styles the latest and fit perfect.
New C re pons this.
and Fancy Silks M0RNma
We open this morning the balance of
our late ourchase of
BRUSSELS POINT CURTAINS,
SWISS TAMBOUR CURTAINS.
SATIN DERBY CURTAINS,
ALL VERY NEW AND CHOICE.
Our new lines of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels,
Scarfs, Squares, Oblong Pieces, fringed. Quilts, Hem
stitched Sheets, Art Linens, Tubular Pillow Muslins,
Wash Cloths, opened this morning.
New Readymade Suits and Dress Skirts, in Silks,
Morie and Crepon, arriving every day
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW.^
GEO. R. TAYLOR
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing* Syrups, and Castor Oil
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' 1150 1>7
Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacca
-~tho Mother's Friend.
??Cantortn Ufio well adapted to children that
I recommcnd it as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Ancnicn, M. I).,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N\ y.
"The use of 'Catforia' It bo univerval ar.d
lis merits so well known that it ccctnn r. wot k
of KuiwrcroRntion to ('ndoruo It, Few art* tho
Intelligent families who do not keep Custoria
within easy reach."
CakIjOS JlAUTTN, D. I>.,
New York City.
Castoria cores Colic, Constipation,
Sonr Stomach, Diarrhoea, Krueu; ion.
Kills W'onns, given sJocp, and prouictco ?
Without Injurious medication.
"For .w?>ral years 1 hnvr? rtvnmnrfti^
your' Ca.storiiC and shall always oontinu* W
do so ok it h:ut invariably produced IhwAm
KnwiN F. PAitnKK, M. P..
125th Street and ?th Ave., New YorkCU*
Tnn Ckntaur Oomtakv, 77 Mtnuuv Hrur.icr, N'w YomOTT
Weak. Nervous Men!
Vnil "ho hfttr hrrn hnmbmrffftlby thi* "Fl.vtrle nplU." "F#llr*S f.rT*t$rt f"! ,
iUU "Crayon," "Trix tic." ?? Vacuum." '"-'rr.. euro" gu.vl*. " Vll-*lr.fV'?
rnurtHf prowlnR oldrrBrnl wuws YOU *ho 6tat?l
" I nm donmoil. tlirro In no hope for ron" lo you I ?nr. h<? nrr ?;j>* ? .
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yOITKaiDIiFI TIIKltKlKllMrr.t TIOUU'l IH-v ^ -
PERFECT WUnOOO R ESTOP,
h Writetn? ? TmIIhlitai*oftoarrt.p,itvt forQUMTION LISTS?iM If?P??* n?ol. Vr ifTt**
?x?, my <W.II l? tff.t. I Iim. fair?| il-imnj.. 1l'*? (Till! VIM'. Twenty )*??' JV""*!. ,n
JJEII wnl? t,?(.>rr ulinclrf.Min.nl eti.wli.i*. CwiuulUUuii. p#i??n?llj ?r >'"? * ,
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Dr. N. e, WOOD, President. CHICAGO MEDICAL A SUItUICAL INSTITUTE. 30 Van Hurcn>l.>