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THE INTELLIGENCER. P??IUM Dailf, K*?T* Mmmdmf, by The fateifigeocef Publishing Company, 29 * 27 IWETEEJTIH fTSZKL TKMUi P?r Tor, by SUO? PmU|? PrtpaJd. HEV. daily (an day? m the week)-. m bo oa&y (thuee days m the wee*) ?- 4 00 Daily (two days in the week) 2 7f OAO.V (ORE MONTH) tf wtuar (owe vim m aovauccj i oo wtuav Uac wowt>#v ? to THE DAILY IKTXUJGEXCXft to dtUrmd bf MrrWn in W r.~.,ag Mad tdjumu lowna U 10 ttsto per whL * fWeeei wbbto?i?Kibeerfb# le Tfl* DAILY INTKLUOKV'CK <*a do ao (*? *!* tathflr fcvo'd?rn to the Imtuouca offlce oa poml eafdorotberwte*. Tber will be paocuully wrvod bp canton. Tribal* of laip?( sod ObUaarp Rottoo* 00 eenn Inch. 5ffi C?ri*n<mdenee eonulnla* Important dmh paoUtfited from eetrj pan of thrfiorroandiaf C0Q9U7- ? Xcjcetcd eotaaanlc?Uof? will not be returned nnto? ftreoai puled br rafflrteat po*U** '. ?=== ' |Tbe trmjMunwm cabnulat Ito eterel | edltloc* to enured |n the Potto (Sot At Wheel* fi|; tag; W. ?., m Moond-efaus matter) ruxTHoxt srxiua: Kdltorte* Room* 113 . t omiHogRoom Ml. Thelntefligencer. VUIILIIO, JASCAHT IS, 1IM. I v ,- i ~ PiMluf of the Bond Syndicate. Sr.; xoe newa UWI mc nvigan HVUU 1/Udlcate haa formally dissolved la not . surprising. since such a result of the M " President'* action In Issuing a popular loan call has been expected from the g atari. y f' Mr. Morgan** explanation of the circumstances of the tarnation of the syndicate. while it contains little t^at the public was not already aware of, ts an ?g Interesting contribution to the history of the whole affair. Ita most signlflcast feature Is the last paragraph. In ??; which Mr. Morgan, after all his recent i predictions that the call would not meet j:.: with a ready response, declares that p there la now no doubt In his mind that the loan will be a success. [ This admission, in connection with ;. / Ma own letter to the President, in which ;y he manifested a doubt that bonds oould , | be floated without the aid of the syndl- , jp cate, shows that even so great a financier as Mr. Morgan can be mistaken re- ] gardlng the resources and patriotism of tfee people of this country. The developments also go to show that those newspapers that were so j$ freely predicting that the effect of the administration's call would be the final ?r tHumph of the syndicate, were very i |'ji: -wide from the truth. i jj^V There Is no doubt, and never has been | any doubt, thai the United States gov- i . eminent can dispose of Its securities at " >' ' ( nnt haw nar i P never vru any necessity for dark lantern (tails with syndicates, by which these securities are disposed of at far i K; Mow their value, to the Injury of the : 'v.; nation's credit and the enrichment of i ' favored Individuals. It Is more than probable that this I country has witnessed the last of such shady transactions as that of last February, and for which President Cleveland will be held responsible by the i people. i Mr. Cleveland Is, also is not, a candl- ' date for another term. Tes, It has been . looking this way for some time. American Feeling Toward* England. The English press represents the English people as being surprised and gratlp fled by the attitude of the. American ; people towards England In this hour of her trial and seeming isolation. It W seems to have been thought that we wonld embrace the opportunfty to put on the pressure and try to add to Engs .* land's troubles. All this proceeds from * miMMneentlon of the feelimr and the purpose of thin country. / 80 far as England's Intercuts and ours H clash, we are for our own. Where England has seemed to be reaching for more |fi territory on this continent, we are f.'S against her. There is. however, no deIslre in this country to act ungenerously towards England In any matter. We do not wish any conflict with her. We prefer peace if that may be maintained with honor, as we hope and think It can be IT our English friends will bring themselves to understand that wo regard tho Monroe doctrine as of as much I Importance to us as they think the balance of power In Europe Is to them, and that we are Just as ready to defend our J' interests n* they are to defend theirs, [ they will be In a better frame of?mlnd jTr than they have been to discuss matters b relating to this continent Nations oa % well as Individuals do \VelPto undorstand each other and to make reasonable allowance for a difference In points i> of view. | If our Engllnh friends understand us | better than they did a month ago, that $ Is a distinct gain for both countries and 0V-"contributes to the preservation of those |y' - peaceful relations which Americans would regret to see broken. The big Turk of all Ir not hungry. Iwny nnouin any or nis subjects com? plain that th<-y are starving? The Urn I Hi Oflltf r'g <r>m|irii?ittl<m. [ Council Nhould pay cheerfully the amount recommended by the health committee as the health officer's com( pensatlon for attending smallpox cases. ' First of all let It be understood that the . compensation of the health officer a* such covers only his sanitary work and Im not intended to cover more. The health officer might be a layman, for the ordlnanco doe* not require that he hall bo a physician. A layman could do the sanitary work, hut he could not i Furthermore it should ho remembered that thero wan a distinct understanding that Dr. Jepson should be paid for attending smallpox patient*. At tho time he agreed to take up tho work overybody thought the city particularly fortunate to be able to command his ??rvlcc*. No question of compensation stood In the way. He could have commanded higher pay as health Officer If he had demanded It. The public demand was to stamp out the disease at any coat. Dr. Jepson was believed to be the man for the emergency, a confidence which has been throoughly vindicated. The compensation recommended by the health committee In very moderate for the work done. That work la of a kind which a physician la r?od practice prefsrs not to do at aQ. for it Is certain to cat lata perbaps for the time to cut off In tbe main, his regular practice. If the city acts leas than fairly in this matter It will And It difficult. If not Im possible, In s similar emergency to command the best skill and character. The money has beta well earned. Pay It and cad the matter to the dtyc credit. The damage done by the Cuban Insurgent* to the sugar aad tobacco crops Is reported as "enormous.- It Is by these tactics that the patriots are doing their most effective work. Spain can stand the loss of a few thousand men much better than she can stand the loss of the blf revenues derived from the crops. Discrimination Again*t the Ohio. The celebration of Waterways Day In Pittsburgh brought out some good talkers who knew what they were talking about One of the speakers dwelt on the discrimination which had been practiced against the Ohio river. There may be several reasons why this has been permitted. One reason certainly Ss that the people of the Ohio valley have not taken up their own cause and pushed It with vigor. The improvement of a great waterway Is by no maens a local question. It has deep Interest for the whole country. But the whole country will not take the lnlatlve and keep the ball rolling until It reaches the goal. This must be done D7 inose iu wnom too uaiiivicureuii comes closest. This step the Ohio valley has now taken and In a way that promises success, If the people will support the movement they have begun. It Is not to be expected that all the work can be accomplished In a day. If a rood start can be made In this Congress the rest will be much easier. The first atep in any auch Improvement la to Impress the congressional mind with the need of the thing proposed and the determined purpose to accomplish It. The indications are that this much will be achieved before the present session of Congress la much alder. Ilia excellency the Turkish minister In Washington does not illustrate his subject well when he compares the Armenians with our Indiana The Armenians are at least as civilized as the race that misrules them. Democratic Xatlonal Convention. If we are to accept all the confident predictions, the next Democratic national convention will be held In New York, Chicago, St Louis, Cincinnati and possibly Louisville. The national committee meets to-day to hear the eloquent champions of sll the sure winoera No statement is made with more conft/ionr* than thtLt which undertakes to speak Mr. Cleveland's preference. He wants the convention held In New Tork. ?o that If he cannot ret the nomination for himself he may hand it over to Mr. Olney, Those of us who are serenely far away from the hurlyburly ofilfelnagreatclty may allow ourselves to harbor the suspicion that somebody Is putting: out these stories to keep New York from leathering strength In the national committee. It seems to be the field against Sew York. Banker Morgan admits that he "was Invited to Washington for a conference." He adds, however, that the conference was not for the purpose of negotiating a loan deal. The explanation Is satisfactory, so far as it goes, but It must be admitted that the fact that he was Invited to such a conference, taken In connection with Mr. Morgan's position as the organizer of the syndicate, warranted the suspicions which were so freely Indulged In by the public. It Is Senator Foraker himself who, in his speech before the Ohio legislature acknowledging the honor conferred upon him, gives the lie to the Democratic contention that the soreness between the Republican factions in that state has not entirely healed. It Is exGovernor McKlnley who emphasizes the good feeling with an eloquent tribute to his old time rival. If 8enator Blackburn has figured out the Impossibility of his re-election he has reached a conclusion which might have dawned on him earlier. From the first It appeared that way, although it did not follow that a Republican could be elected. Now It appears that a Republican will be elected to tit in the senate from the state of Henry Clay. SOUTH AFRICA TROUBLE. hlmple Uii(na|f. Chicago Intor-Ooean: To the Editor: ?Will you kindly explain In the columns of the Inter-Ocean, In language that a girl of thirteen can understa-nd. the caus* of the trouble In South Africa a4id state of affairs up to date, and oblige, MOTHER. The South African Republic (the Transvaal) was established by the Roots, descendants of the Dutch colonists who settled at the Cape of Good Hopo as early as 1652. The Dutch colony nt the cap- was captured or occupied by the English hi 1796; whs given up to the N?\lU"rl.tsxl* under the treaty of Amiens In 1803, but was again oucuplcd by the English In 1S0C. In 1835 the Hours. or a large part of them, left Cape Colony In a body and located In Natal, to the north. When Natal was annexed to the Hritfnh empire they moved tn a body still farther north, to the Transvaal, or South African Republic. In 1852 Great Britain recognized the Independence of the republic and the iJoers lived In comparative quiet until 1877. when the mining excitement carried a great many Englishmen Into the country, and tl?o Boer*, wo* annexed by the HrltlMi government. In 18*50 the Doors rebelled, drove the British out.re-eatabllshod the republic, and their Independence no for a* concerned local affaire wnn rpcognlxed by Or eat ISritaln. the republic to bo under the suzerainty of the queen. In 1884 the British Resident waa withdrawn the practical Independence of the republic recognized. In the meantime Cape Colony had grown to Ik? a powerful state and British Influence had hern ontabllnhed over the oountry occupl<?l by the native king* a* fur north as ttambcel. Oermany tiod established colonies In ICast and Weet Africa, and colonic* bad been etftabMShed by Portugal and France. The discovery of gold caueed a great Influx fit immigrant* from ull jmrte of the world and the Urltlsh South Africa Company wan organized to develop and admlnlRter the unnottled countries under HrlHnh Influence. Mr.Cecll Ithode*, n Kentlemiin of great administrative ability, of gtwvt force ??f characitor, and of grout wealth, was made the managing director of the company and Dr. Your Wife Objects to your using t may be injurious to you. Bu tMAIL PURE, HAR, NICOTINE, the a< ANTI-NERVOUS; , Jameson became one of his most trusted lieutenants. Dr. Jameson became popular among the natives, through bis medical skill, and la time became admfntetrator or governor of one of the conquered provinces. In time the South African Company, finding little gold in their territory, made war on the natives to the north, drove them out. and occupied their country up Into OrrtraJ Africa. And still the richest mines were In the South African Republic. The immigrants, instead of settling on the lands of the South Africa Company, located by the thousands at or near Johannesburg, In the republic. In a few years the Immigrants outnumbered the Boers, and. having made heavy investments, built railroads and dtles, they demanded a voice In the government. This the Boers declined to grant, and-there were rumox^i of an uprising among the L'ltlanders. or foreigners, at Johannesburg. Dr. Jameson, at the head of the cavalry force of the South Africa Company, invaded the republic under pretense of giving aid to the insurgents (British) at Johannesburg. The Boers rallied. 5.000 strong, cut Jameson off from Johannesburg, and, after a sharp battle, compelled his surrender. In the meantime concessions were made to the discontented at Johannesburg, and. after the capture of Jameson, they disarmed. In IST7, when the Boers found that they were being overrun by adventurers. they discussed the propriety of asking Germany to establish a protectorate over the republic. To forestall this Great Britain annexed the country. This caused Irritation In Germany, and the rebellion of the Boer* In 1SS0 had the moral support of Germany. In acquiring a colony In Southwest Africa, Germany desired the harbor at Walflseb Bay. England declined to cede it. This caused further irritation. In extending British Influence to the north the South Africa Company came in conflict with German Interests in East Africa, and there waa further irritation. England's aim with her foothold in South Africa is to control as much of the oontlnent as possible, and most particularly those portions rich in gold mines. The scheme of Dr. Jameson was to overrun the South African Republic, and. by popular vote, annex It to the British empire. Germany and other European nations were opposed to this, and Emperor William of Germany probably voiced the sentiments of continental Europe when he congratulated the Boers on overcoming the Invaders. If a vote were taken to-day the Boers would be outvoted by the Ultlanders. Knowing this.the Boers will not change the law. England baa made no demand In this direction, and It Is now certain that Germany will not recognize her suzerainty over the republic, nor permit her to annex the territory. England will not permit a German protectorate. and so any Indiscreet move may involve all the European nations having colonic? in Africa. PHOTOGRAPH STYLES. The Change* Due to the Changes In Fashions of Dress. Chicago Record: "I don't know what will happen next," said the photographer. He wu talking of the changes in the styles of photographs. "You remember, don't you," he said, "of the tlm^when all photographs were of the ordinary cabinet size, fitting Into the regulation album anywhere In the country?" "Then we had the craze for panels. That came In when it was the fashion for women to be tall and willowy. They wore tight skirts and tight sleeves and made themselves as tbln as possible, and the only way to photograph one of them without wasting a lot of space was to have the picture at least twice as long as It was wide. Those panel pictures never could be put Into an album, so they had to be set up on pianos and tables, to become worn and fly?specked. "Now we've gone to another extreme. The style nowadays Is to have a bust picture taken, and, with the advent of big sleeves. It must be wider than It is high. We have come back to cabinot size, but, as you see for yourself, we have to mount the photographs the broad way of the card so as to get In the sleeves. "The sleeves are becoming larger and larger, and when a woman comes up here to be photographed she always wants the sleeves to be made as prom inent as possible. ur course, inese broad pictures are very swell at present, but in ten years from now we will laugh at the big sleeves as an extravagance of fashion. Just as we now make fun of hoop-skirts or those oldfashioned clashed vests. "These new pictures fit Into a cabinet size album, but any one who wants to look at the pictures has to turn the album half-way around. However, there Is a n?w shape of album made especially for these pictures, and If the blgsleeve fashion continues 1 should think thlH album would comc Into general use." Pritrlope I'|?-to*Date, Judge. In ancient days Penelope. With all a wife's devotion. Bpun 'mid her maids quite faithfully. While h?*r spouse safliMl the ocean. Nor did her loyal nature dream Her lord wuft at tho mercy Of those stranxo sparks supposed to cl?am Within the orbs of Circe. B"t now Penolopc, grown wise, Htays not at home for spinning. But spins abroad, soon to surprise triynseH In his sinning. And when she finds hltn on the beach She'll show him. without mercy, how mo woman ran oerrcacn Tho arts of man and Circe. Ittcli or Poor. Ithara Journal. fle broke, and tho world ltcnorrs you. He ftuwh. and your friend* all know, Ami limn th? borrower bore* you For thr loan of "t- n or no." Ho flush, and y?m i?ay tho piper While your frlenda duneo to tho tuno. Dut tho man who's broke With hli? watch "In soak,** Has to blow bin own bassoon." THR standard euro for cold and cough, I>r. Hull'* Cough Syrup, should be Icopt by every mother who loves her darlings, ONE Minute Cough Curo Is rightly nnmed. It affords Instant relief from suffering when afflicted with a severe cough or cold. It nets on tho throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs and never falls to glvo Immediate relief. Dogan Drug Co.. Whoollng, W. Va.. B. F. I'.-abody, llenwood, anil Uowlo & Co., lJrldgeport, O. 4 Itrllrflu Nit llonra. Distressing kidney and blndder dlsrases relieved In six hours by the "NEW OlllSAT flOUTII AMERICAN KIDNEY CUHE." This new remedy I Is a nrrat Ftirprlse on account of Its exceeding promptness In relieving pain In tho bladder, kldneyn, baek and every part of tho urinary passage in male or fomnle. It relieves retention of water and pain In passing It almnut Immediately. If you want quick relb f and euro this In your remedy. Hold by It. 11. List, druggist, Wheeling, W. Va. cbacro, because she fears it POUCH SAC CO MLESS, SATISFYING. stlvfl orinclole. NEUTRALIZED. ANTI-DYSPEPTIC. THE AMHfUJt SZLUJ. him Clara Barton Tails of the Condition* InpoMd. PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Jan. 15.~The Pre?* to-day prints a letter from Clara Barton on the Armenian question.. She states that the first appeal for the Red Cross to act came from the missionary boards of Constantinople. To this two conditions were mode, that the request oome from the people of the entire country, and that sufficient money should be realized. The first was compiled With and the national committee guaranteed sufficient funds. The International committee of Geneva, official head of all the Red Cross treaty nations having no objection, preparations for sailing were made. The American Ked Cross had no part In raising the money. Its only part beir.g to distribute. Then came the objection from the Turkish government Miss Barton declares that that government Is not antagonistic to the Red Cross as such, but objects to the distribution of foreign relief on entirely different grounds, neither In its power or that of the society to control. She adds that any statement that the Red Cross is aggresalve and intends to act in spite of the prohibition is entirely Incorrect and ALJCOST A 3C0EDEB. U?7?r KlnCi of Heittln^lon, ShooU Deputy SlierlfT Junes. Special Dinpatch to the Intelligencer. HUNTINGTON. W. Va., Jan. 15.? Yesterday evening Deputy Sheriff Levi Jones and Ed King, a leading lawyer of this city, quarreled. This morning the , parties met on the street near the court house and the difficulty was revived. King was knocked down by Jones and while in this position King pulled a revolver and flred three shots at his antagonist. One ball entered the left nide. one pentrated the left arm and the third missed entirely. Jones is seriously injured, but will recover. Both men are prominent in state politics and the shooting has caused a wide spread sensation. BEVZ2 PIPE COMBUTE Old .Vol Go to Plw*?-Th? Meeting at Toronto, Ohio. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. STEUBENVILLE, O.. Jan. 15.-The Central Sewer Pipe Association, repre senting twenty-five Arms, was in Marion this afternoon at Toronto, and as they did not finish their business, the wesslon was continued until to-morrow. The combine did not go to pieces as was expected, on account of some dlssatl# faction. but still holds. A board of dlrector* waa elected. Ttoe Prussian Dirt, BERLIN*. Jan. 15.?The Prussian diet was opened at noon to-day In the white hall of the Schloss. The speech from the throne was devoted to domestic affairs. It la estimated that the budget for 1S9? will show a smaller deficit than that of 1S95, owing to increases in railway receipts, due to Improving trade. Iillls were announced for extending the railroads, for improving the position of the school teachers, to extend the establishment of chambers of commerce. etc. It waa added that the government will employ every means to remedy the condition of husbandry and that it Intends to propose furnishing financial assistance to those shown to be In need of.lt, to establish co-operative granaries and to legislate In regard to the tenure of leasehold land. Chile Drttll Treaty, NEW YORK. Jan. 15.?The Herald's correspondent in Rio Janeiro telegraphs that the treaty recently signed by Brazil and Chile contains an agreement to subsidize a line of steamers between the two countries. It is very probable, he says, that a similar reciprocal treaty will be negotiated with Argentina. In the event of these treaties working as successfully as is now confidently expected of them, the trade of the United States with the countries parties thereto will be Impaired. Especially hard will they bear upon the shipments of flour. Yellow fever continues to Increase. DO not be hoodwinked. Use no "Just as good." Salvation Oil Is what you 1 want when in need of a good liniment. IT will be an agreeable surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious I colic to learn that prompt relief may , be had by taking Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhoa Remedy. In many instance? me au&cx may De prevent, ed by taking this remedy aa soon aa the first symptoms of the disease appear. 2& and 60 ccnt bottles. Dr. Miles' Pain Pills stop Headache. FOR a pnln In the chest a piece of : flannel dampened with Chamberluln's Pain Balm and bound over the scat 'of i the pain, and another on the back between the chouiders, will afford prompt relief. This la especially valuable In . cases where the pain Is caused by a cold and there Is a tendency toward pneu- . monla. C. R. Ooetxe, W. W. Irwin, C. 1 Schnepf, C. Menkemeller, John Klarl, W. >1. Hague. II. C. Stewart, R B. I Hurt, J. Coleman. A. E. Soheale. William Menkemeller. J. O. Ehole, "Wheel- ' Ing; Howie & Co.. Bridgeport; B. P. Pcttbody & Son, Bcnwood. All pain banished by Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. ?, i Iftlie Ildbylt Cutting Teeth, Im? sure and use that old and well-tried i remedy. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTII- 1 1NO SYRUP for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums. al- 1 lays all pain, cures wind colic nr.d Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. mwf&w i PE WITT'S Little Early Risers for biliousness, indigestion. constitution. ' A small pill, a prompt cure. Logan Drug Co., Wheeling, W. Va.. B. F. Penbody, Bcnwood, und Bowie & Co., lirldgcport, O. \ Knve YOU Tried ?ticura the great SKIN CURE? It* euros of torturlnit, itUflcurlng.humMN ntlnjr humor* uro tlio moat wumlrrful orer recorded. SoItSthroughoutthewotM. Pritirii depot: NnW? " r?uiv, i, Kinc l'uw?nl.<t.,lxiniloii. Poitrk l)rv0 ' I ft Culm. CuRr., boU I'topi., Mutton, U.d. A. _ ailmSHBMiraV.- .. -\i 'l-.'IJM 8HQg8-ALgXAXPgB. L.OCIC.^->if a friend should tell you that our THRbE DOLLAR Shoes would give you the same wear and as much style as those usually sold at (4 aad $5 you would believe him. We tell you this and you are apt to pay no attention to it. We have everything to lose bv mis-statement. Why not believe us ? Mike a test?buy a pair from us, and your money refunded if your experiment proves a failure. tar Wo fit you correctly. BTOVB8, RANGES. ETC. MS K TO SEa OUR Latest Improred Line STOVES 7CND RANGES. No Such Goods Erer Offered I Sold by all Dealers. Made by BENJAMIN FISHER, - 1616-1620 Iart?t Street | Good I * Bye 1 IrnMci I \jWWO I Ten to one you don'tr \ I f. take cold with Jaros' j?| ^HygienicUnderwear. PS SOLD ONLY IX WHEELING BY r UCCQJ&QAVv! FaahionabU Tailors and u. UDuu U ouno, Gent*' t arnUberi, MARKET STREET, Sol* Agents. AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. M AMC: ANDREWS And HI* Company in Fred Maraden's BrlUlant Comedy, My Wife's Friend Funnier than "Charley's Aunt." Reserved seat# $1 00; admission 73 and 50 cents. Seats on sal* at C. A. House's Music Store Tuosdaj-. January 14. JalO OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY, JANUARY 21. rhe First Time Hare. America's Greatest Romantic Actor. MR; JAMES O'NEILL, Supported by a Company of Artists, in a MajtnMcent Production of The Courier of Lyons (THE LESURQUE8 CASE.) PtIcoh $1 00, To and fiO cents. Scats on #alo at C. A. House's Music Store Snturlay, January 18. jais Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE. Only two nlphts, Frldny nnfl Saturday, January 17 and IS. Matinee Saturdny. KICK AND DAKTON'S COMEDIANS, Presenting the funny farce-oomody, ??Mcl)001)LK AM) POODLE.** The funniest of all funny trtiows. Usual prior*. Jul 3 COAL. W. H. FEE. ?sin iter ok? PITTSBURGH COAL, Nottingham ami (iormnnta Mine*, ?OA? OOKH,? YARD AND OVKICK: Bast End or Sovontoonth Stroot, WIIRMLINO, IV. VA. Ti<li?|tliniin 307. ?"All ardor* yvmwvUlv wltcwlffd < >. nol PHOTOGRAPHY. ^IGGINS' GALLERY Esenped the flro nnd Is open t'or buslnoss as nsunl. IMIIi lNTKI.l.l'IKXCKI! PlilM'iNi* . ISTMIUMIMKNT. .Vat. Accur.U. I'raupl | I I NEW ADVERTISE! IH.VT3 """ 'CATCH THE BOOM " I F.n +it AffK>ur<( Hti? SXfxik* now will vny run ^ro" fr.'t* IJook and Market ho* to make mon*/. liar./ r?; - , L< f?jrnUh~i. B. E. 4UYEK kcr*, Chicago Stock. Exctar.s* ( ; - M ^PMJNISTilATfJP. S JCOTIC - All peraooa hartnc claims *jrj'n?' ,v I ?*taU? of William Zlnk. V, *'? pleaa* preo?iM tft*m, duly crtJfl' j ?A tbwt Indebted to t&? cam* wlii , ' and Jwttl*. ' JAU?8 H. ZINK. Admin: . Mlt No. TSftt Mark-t S;r. -\yE SELL THEM. ~~ STCABTS DYSPEPSIA TAEU.TJtA?X> rCKO "* KOLA NERVINE TABLET-i. Hobw spabagcs p;liv SHAKER DIGESTIVE CORDlAl. at? uoetze's i>n i;g --t< ^ frlS Hartafnd Twelfth 130 DAYS.-! + For 39 (Urn to re-tfcce ?t^)c tij r>>j, at greatly redac?d price*. J + EfttSG BROH., 1215 Xarke*. St.* For Sale?Bargains I Leatherwood residence. never, rootci three attic room*, hail, bath, furni<> natural gau; lot 56x250; handy to nation; not and cold water. April 1. 1M No. 1ft Virginia atreet. house of fir. rooms: lot JOxia). Price No. 6?* National Road, six room* P--? 0,(60. Large lot. f Store room and?our living rooms con* of Maryland and York streets. Prl? . J: V/ Building lota at reduced price*, oc emi terra*. *11 part* oi tne city. Money to loon on real estate security HOLF Cb ZANB, jaifi >0 Fourth-nth sr-. ri CASE OF I BlankBooks Direct from nuanfcetarer. ]ar. opeaed. . f . f RULINGS. ALL \ bjnoinoS, t sizes. Flat Opening Ledgers at Low Piles. STANTON'S BoiKsroL XOX?l BETTER THAN i SMiiSiSSPW i FOB TOBPID LIYEB, INDIOfcVTlON ANI> CONSTIPATION. . . SOLD BY R. H. List. 1010 Main Street, i And Ytr T>mrr1?t? G*B#raTlr. at: vssts ran isz mnr numn is aold aader posittT* writUararK"-*, by author!**} aerat* only, to euro Weak s?aorr, Lom of Brain and R?rra Poo*; Loet Manhood: Qoicknaee: Ni*ht Loews; EtiI Dr-wms: Lock of Coofidanoe; NftrrotunaM; LewiUnde; ail Drsbi; Lom o? Powar of th# G*aer?t i Onraa* in alb* fx. caa*ed by orer-exertion, Youthful Error*, or Exeaaaiva Cm of Tobaoeo, Opium or Liquor, which leads to Miserr. Consumption. Inaasitx and Death. By mail. *1 a box; etz for |S;?iu written cnarantea to core or rafBad aosfj. Sample packaca. oontaininc fit? dai^treaxsMBt. irith foil mstTactions. B oeata. Ooa dyaoldtoeachpereon bynmiL ^A. P. T. L. The American Protective Tariff League is a national organization advocating "Protection to American Labor ana. 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