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JOS. HQRHE & GO. Nothing In Dress Goods line ever sold at price with so much merit as these Haw ill-Wool Casbmeres ? all colors and black, 45 inches wide, 30c a yard. Special sale 40 pieces fine nlt.wnnl RIarlr Puitlnif K??H? nnH V". UIHVD VUJUUJ) W?IQV Priestley's Camel's Hilr at exactly HUf Price, 38c a yard. One case Haiy and Black Serge, splendid for traveling or general wear drosses, 40c a yard. 8,000 yards HlbUtil, Kaikl and other assorted lots Strlpsd Wish Silks, 25"c a yard. regular 35c and 4oc goods. Our Mail Order Dept. glad to serve you by sending samples, catalogue or direct orders. ? Peon Avenne and Fifth Street, PITTSBUROH. | _____ WHISKIES. i Export Whiskey. J A! t ! I wm \ T GUARANTEED 8 YEABS 01,0. \ f |T Mrtmlnly U ditj Md oar dartre w ' A ' Mqaalot *onwithlb?.)*cuUetitqual- J f ltlMol onr Exiwrt WbUkey wb?n you T A a??l ItaU article for inwltctual or family A W purposes. There is none on the markei \ E3 A raore entitled to your consideration. It d f he? Age. Purity. ?nd b?lnc free from ell r A injurious ingredients tbould cutnmsnd A w your itarntlou. 0 MILL QUARTS ~.*X.OO. f y. a Sold Id Wheeling only by i W TATTO VX ID! Cor. Market l?nd T \ dunn A LAM, Hlxi??ntli olrttli. j f Mall and exprea* orden will rwaire P a prompt attention. JOs?. FLEMING Sl j 9 BOS. 412 Market street. PHteburxh f ^ JtffrTThMwy ^ BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Constipation. AUgffi Biliousness MEipv'' Headache Debility 2^1^= Bad Blood MM t'fWTiiTii Muncjauvm fgp > -Women's sSBmBS^' Complaints. Brown'* Iron Bitters Is pleasant to take and It will not staln*tiio teeth nor causo con'ftlpatloo. See the crossed red-lines on tty fomf' * *?*! **?>. mum. #4. TRUSTEE'S 8ALB. TRUSTEE'S SALE OP Vflluabio Manufacturing Property. By virtu? of a deed of trust made by th< 'i American Fire Clay Company (a corporation under the lawn of West Virginia) tc t the undersigned an trustee. bearing da?? the twenty-eighth day of July, A. D. 1880 and of record In the clerk'* office of th? county court of Hancock county, Weil Virginia. In Deed of Truat Book MC," folios 177, 878. IT? and 3*0, J will on TUESDAY. MARCH H, A, D. 18M, commencing at 10 o'clock a. tn., proceed tc sell ut public auction at the works of th< ; Amorlcan Fire Cluy Company, locatet neur New Cumberland, in the county oi Hancock, in the state of West Virginia all of tho following described property that Is to say: All that curtain truct oi land lying upon the Ohio river In Butlet district. Hancock county, state of Wesi Virginia, bounded nnfl described as fol lows: Beginning at a stakn on the Ohi< . rlvtr. corner to lands of Freeman Broth #r*. near, the mouth of iloldbort's run thence down said river Month eight de grees west (south S* wont) thirty-nine (39 poles: thence south sixteen degree* w?s< (south ]? west) fifty (SO) poles; thenci thence south eight degrees west (8* went fifty-five (66) poles to a stake, corner t< lot of Freuman and Andernon; thenc? leaving the river south eighty-one aiu one-half degreos (south ttW) east, forty seven 14") poles; thence north fifteen de gree* (15 ) ^ast fourteen (14) poles; thenci with the line of IJrown Brothers nortl eighty-four and one-half decree* (M'v cost one hundred and twenty-six (i2q pole* to a stone pile on the line of Swear lngen's lands; theme north twelve do tree* \\-') west one hundred and twenty nine (120) poles to a sugar and hickory thence south eighty-six degrees ($? ) we* one hundred and twenty-two (113) poles to the pluco of beginning aforesaid, con tabling one hundred and twenty-thin and one-half acres <J23**r acres) more o Jess, saving and reserving. however, tin right of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St Lotiln Hallway Company to a strip of land conveyed out of said tract to It by Prls cilia J. Fre?man. sixty <*>) foet wide, he iM<t ten (10) feet east of tho enntre line o th? railroad tract or aatu company am fifty (60) fool weat from-said centra lino o xulo tract. ami extending along the whol< river front of paid tract: al*o grantini to the aald party of tho n*c?nd part al bulldlnga. Improvement*, machinery an* flKtiirna altuoted and l?eln?r on ?ald a!>ov Ucurrllicd tract of land. TKRMtf OF BALK-One-third of th purchase money ciarh In hand, one?thlrt thereof with Interest In fix tnontlm, am tho realdun thereof with Intercut In on year from til" day of ante, the purchfcuo being required to ?lv? hie notea with foo. aecurlty tor tho deferred payment*, th |?.gal title being retained aa further m curlty, , ^ OID8QN L. CRAPOinB^ (Copyright. 1896.) [ SYNOPSIS. Prosper la the third secretary to the bishop of Beaulals, who, at the death or Louis XIII, becomes the-rival of Cardinal Mazarln for the premiership of Prance and for the favor of Anne of Austria, the queen regent. By an error in copying Prosper leads the bishop to make an abaurd error In stating the population of Paris to the council. Prosper la dismissed with a beating. He Is reviled by the bishop's steward, whom he attacks In his rage, and Is* punued through the struts of Paris. As he Is escaping he overtakes another fugitive, who looks around In fear, and throws a bundle Into Prospers arms. Prosper staggers against a door In a wall.whlcn opens, and his pursuers go by. He dlscovers that the bundle contains something alive, perhaps a stolen child. He determines to restore It, and claim a reward, but as ho turns the end of the street, he Is tripped up by another man who seizes the parccl and runs off. Prospper makes his way to the suburbs, and seeks refuge In a barn. On awaking .he finds near him the fugl tlve who tossed him the bundle. Tho latter la much cast down when he learna that he had given it up needlessly. but Is evidently overjoyed when Prosper tells him that a lame mau regained It. evidently recognizing a friend. Prosper has noticed a small cape In the man's girdle, bearing the royal crown, and at once surmises that the Infant king of Prance was being carried off. He and the stranger return , to Paris, and Prosper takes note of a door at which the man lingers for u short time, before they separrate. Prosper rushes off to the Palais Royal, where his young wife's father is head porter. His father-in-law repulses him, and thinks his misfortunes have turned his brain when he recounts his story of the stolen king. Prosper learns that it Is is the queen regent's pet spaniel, Plore, that has been stolen, and he hears the proclamation of a reward offered by his master, the bishop of lieaulals, for the dog's recovery. He returns to the door which he had mui ncu, uiiu tmcio ?- ?--j surrounded by a garden. From a window he observes two gentlemen converging with the rufhans of the previous night, and a handsome spaniel with them. One of the men starts for the house and sees Prosper at the window. PART IV. Apparently he gave the alarm, for in an Instant the eyes of all four were on me. I hung a moment in sheer surprise; then, as the lame man and his 1 comrade sprang to the door In the wall, with the evident Intention of engaging roe, I flung the shutter close, and, cursing my curiosity. Med down the stairs. I had done better had I gone back to the window by which I had entered; , for all below was dark, and nt the foot of the staircase I stood, unable In my i panic to remember the position of the door. A key grating In the lock told me that, but told it mo too late. Almost on the Instant the door flew open, a flood of light entered, a cry warned me that I was detected. I turned to go 1 back, but stumbled before I had mounted six steps, and as I staggered up 1 again felt a weight fall on my back and l the clutch of long Angers close on my inro&x. i pcrwuneu, nuwevcr, ion ine I fingers close In a deadly grip, cold and merciless?and then In sheer terror I , swooned. When I recovered my senses I found myself propped In n chair, and for* a time sat wondering hstlly where I was. In front of me a great door stood open, admitting a draught of summer air and a flood of sunshine that fell even to my feet. Through the doorway I I looked on grnus and trees, and heard sparrows twitter, and the chirp of a cricket: and found all so peaceful that my mind went no farther, and It was only a/ter some minutes that I recognized with a sharp return of terror that shook me to the soul, that I was still In the hall of the- empty house. That brought back other things, and with a shudder I carried my hand to my throat and tried to rise. A hand put me back and a dry voice said In my ear: "Be easy. M. Prosper. I am afraid that we put you to some Incon venlence." I looked dlaslly at the speaker and rec- | ognlzed him for one of thoao I had seen In the garden. He had the air of a secretary or?as he stood rubbing hlH chin and looking down i>t me with a saturnine smile?of a physician. I read p In hitt eyes Komethlng cold and not too human, yet It went no farther. His manner was suave and his voice, when he spoke ngaln, as well calculated to reasaurc ns his words were to surprise mo. "You are hotter now?" he said. "Yes. Then r have to congratulate you. Few men, M. Prosper, few men. \ bellevo me, were ever eo lucky. You " were lately. 1 think. In the service of * monselgneur the bishop of Ueuuvals, president of her majerty's council?" I fancied that a faint note of Irony lurked In his words. I kept silent. "And yesterday were dismissed," he continued, easily disregarding my as t FELT TdE CLUTCH OF LONO FINOtRS ON MV [ THROA T. tontfAiment. Well, to-day you shall be > rolnstatwl?nnd rewarded. Your bunl\ ne?n h*ro, I believe, wan to recover her , majesty s aogr I remembered that tho w rot oh whose - flniffr marks were still on my throat ? might he within hearing, and I tried 1 to utttcr a denial. ( lie waved It aside politely. "Just so," he said. "Well, the dojr Is In that closet; and on two conditions It Is at your service." Amused before, I stared at him now In a stupor of astonishment. "You nre surprised?" he said. 'Yet the can?? Is of tho simplest. We ptolo tho doff, and therefore we ounnot remora It without Inctirrlnir mmolclon. You. on (hi? othor hand, who are known to the l?lfhop. and did not steal It, may I safely restore It. I nwd not nay that r wo divide tho reward; that In one of the I two condition*." t "And tho other?" I stammered. 1 "That yon refresh your memory a* 1 to tho past," he anfuvered. Huhtly. "If j I have tin- talc* rlrhtiy you *nw n man u convey a do* to this house, an empty house In a lonely suburb. * ou watched, 2 and now the mnn leave, and followed J him; he took th?? alnrm, fled, and n dropped In his III frill the do&'n coat?I Stiilnk I nee It there. On that you hurrl?d Willi tho coat to monselirnour, ahd " fpive him the address of the house, " and?" "And tho dost!" I exclaimed. "No. Let mowtelfcneur como and nnd ittanwiirntti f ^jgaj IwYiytam the dog for himself," he answered, smilIng. "in the closet.' 1 folt the blood tingle through all my limbs. "Rut if he comes, and does not And It?" 1 cried. vThe stranger shrugged his shoulders. "Me win nnu 11,' jil* piuu, nuu slightly raising his voice, he called "Flore! Flore!" For answer the (loir whined behind the door, and scratched the panels and whined again. The stranger nodded, as well pleased. "There," he sold. "You have It? It Is there and will be there. And I think that is all. Only keep.two things in mind, my friend. For l/he first, a person will claim our share of the reward at the proper time; for the second, I would be careful not to tell monselgncur, the president of the council"? again I caught a faint note of Irony? "tne true story, lest a worse thing happen!" And the stranger with a very Ugly smlletouched his throat. "I will not!" I said, shuddering. "Then?then, I think that is all," he answen-d briskly. "And I may say farewell. Until we meet again adieu, M. Prosper!" And setting on his hat with a polite gesture, he turned his I CRIED MV ERRAND BEFORE THEM ALL back to me. went out Into the MUnllKht, passed to the left and vanished. I nearti me garoen aoor cionc wun u crash, and then, silence?alienee, broken only by the faint whine of the dog, as it moved in Its prison. Was I alone? I waited awhile before I dared to move; and even when I found courage to rise, stood listening with a beating heart, expeoting a footfall on the stairs or that something? I knew not what?would rush on me from the closed doors of this mysterious house. But the silence endured; the sparrows outside twittered, the cricket renewed Its chirp, and at length drawing courage from the sunlight, I moved forward and lifted the dog's coat from the floor. Five minutes later I was In the streets on my way to the bishop's hotel, the morsel of velvet tucked under my girdle. I have since thought that I did not fully appreciate the marvel that had happened to me. But by this time 7 was light-headed. 1 went my way as a mun moves In a dream, and even when I came to the door of the hotel, suffered none of thuse qualms which must have shaken me had I been sensible. I did not even question how 1 should reach monslgneur, which proves that we often oursflven with vain fears, and climb obstcles where none exist. For I a* It happened he was descending from his coach when I entered the yard, and though he raised his gold-headed staff at sight of me, and In a fury bado the servants oust m*. I had the pension If not the wit to wave the velvet coat In his face, und cry my errand before them all. Heavens knows at that there was such a sudden pause and about-face as must have made the stolen dog laugh had It been there. Monslgneur in high excitement bade them bring me In to him. the secretary whispered In my ear thnt he had a cloak thnt would replace the one I had lost, a valet told me that my wife was gone to her father's, a second brought me food and nudgedi me to remember him, others ran and fetched me shoes and a cap; and allall from the head clerk, who was most Insistent, downwards, would know where the dog was. But I had even then the sense to keep my secret, and would tell my story only to the bishop; he heard It; In ten minutes he was In his coach on his way to the house, taking me with him. His presence and the food they had given me had sobered m?? somewhat, and I ircmiuea as wo went aiouK i?*?i hip villains had somo disappointment yet In store for me, lest the closet be found empty. But a whine, growing Into a howl, greeted us on the threshold, and the clotet door being forced In a trice, the dog was amongst us. Monslgneur clapped his hands and swore freely. "Dleu bcnlsse!" he cried. "It Is the dog sure enough! Here. Flore! Flore!" Then, as the dog jumped on us and licked his hand, he turned to me. "Lucky for you, rascal!" he cried, In good humor. "There shall be fifty crowns In your pocket, and your desk again." I gasped. "Hut the reward, monslgneur?" I stammered. He bent Ills black brows. "Reward! You villain!" he thundered. "Is It not enough that I spare you the gallows? Reward? For what do I pay you wages, do you think, except to do my work? And you ask reward besides? Co and hang yourself! Or rather," he continued, grimly, "stir at your peril. Lo.?k to him, Honhlvet, he Is a rogue In grain, and bring him with me to the ante-chamber. Her majesty may desire to ask htm questions, and If he answer them, well! He shall still have the fifty crowns I promised him. If not? I shall know how to deal with him." At that, and the reversal of all my hopes, I fell Into my old rnge again, and even his servants looked oddly at - - 'I . (hum to their duty; on which they hustled mn off with little ceremony, and the lew for that which they had before showed me. While the bishop, carrying the dog In bin arm*, mounted his coach and went by the Hue St. Martin and St. Antolne, they hurried inn by chort cuts and byways to the Palais Royal, which we reached as the running footmen came In night. The approach to the gate was blocked by n great crowd of people, and for u moment I was fond enough to imagine that they had to do with my affair? and I shrank back. But the utewanl with a thrust of his knee against my hip. which showed me th%t he had not forgiven my blow, urged me forward, and from what posited round mo ni* wo punnoa inrougn inn prows I gathered thnl a score of captured colors had arrived wlthfn the hour from Flandors, and were being presented to the queen. The courtyard confirmed this, for In the open part of It, and much pressed on by the curious who thronged the arcade*, we found a troop of home, plumed and mud-stalnod, fresh from the Flandors road. The officers who bore the trophies we, overtook on the stairs near the door of the ante-ohamber. Hurtling with rngo, op I wim, and strung to the Inst pitch of excitement, I yet remember that I thought It an odd tlino to push In with a dog, hut monslgnour did not fenm to sea thin. Whether he took a certain pleasure In belittling the war party, to whom he was opposed, or merely knew his ground well, he went on, thruitlng the mllltalres aside with little ceremony: and as everyone was as quick to give place to Itlin as lie won to advance, In u moment Me were In the ante-chamber. I had never been admitted before, and from the doorway, within which I painted in Uonnl vet's keeping, I viewed the scene with an interest that for the time overcame my sense uf Injustice. The long room hummed with talk; a crowd of churchmen and pages, with a sprinkling: of the lesser nobility, many lawyers nnd some soldiers, filled It from end t? end. In one corner were a group of tradesmen, bearing plate for the queen's Inspection; In another stood a knot of suitors with petitions; while everywhere men whoso eager faces and expectant eyes were the best petitions, watched the farther door with quivering lips and sighs whenever it opened, and emitted merely a councilor or a marquis. Several times a masked lady tlltted through the crowd, with a bow hero and the honor of her taper Angers there. The windows were open, and the murmur of the throng without, mingling with tho stir of talk within, seemed to fill up tho light and color of tho room. Monslgneur, with his chaplain nnd pages at his shoulder, mak'ng in his I stately way for the further door, met . M. de Chateaunmif and paused to spenlc. When he escaped from him a dozen clients. whose obsequious bows rendered evasion Impoiwlble. still delayed him, and I hnd grown cold and hot again, and he was still on his progress when the Inner door opened, half a dozen voices cried: "The queen!" and an usher with a silver wand parsed down <he room and ranked the company on either side?not without some struggling. and once a fierce oath, and twice , a smothered outciy. (TO HE CONCLUDED.) MUNYON'S REMEDIES DOCTORYOURSELF. A Nrpnrntr Cure far ffiacl* Dlsenae at All DrnggUU, iMoatly 'S5 Ccnta a Holt l<-. Munyon's Improved Homoeopathic Remedies art almost instantly, speed* Uy curing the most obstinate cases. Rheumatism cured in from one to throe day ii. Dyspepsia nnd uil stomach troubles quickly relieved. Catarrh positively cured. Headache cured In Ave min utes. Nervous diseases promptly cured. Kidney troubles. Piles Neuralgia, Asthma and all Female Complaints quickly cured. Munyon's Vitalise ImpurtH netv life and vigor to weak and debilitated men. Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1505 Arch street. Philadelphia. Pa., answered with free medical advice for any disease. p ADMINISTRATION VIEWS Ou the Cuban lUaotntiun Create Intcrcat lu Wa*hliiBlon. WASHINGTON, D. C., March 4.-The Very clear and exclusive statement by the Aswclated Press or the views or ? the administration upon the question of recognising the Cuban belligerents created great Interest In the house today. Several members who are enthusiastic for Cuba, suggested tniU the resolution should be reconsidered and changed from concurrent to Joint resolutions, so that President Cleveland would be compelled to sign them or veto them, but this proposal was discouraged by the leaders in foreign affairs. It Is pointed out that the administration practically holds the some position that President Grant maintained during the ten years rebellion. Moat of the constitutional authorities concede that recognition Is an executive act, so that the friends of the resolution find little ground for hope that recognition will be extended until the insurgents win a decisive victory or materially change their plans of campaign and government _ Wrrclt of the Willie Ann. OALVB8TON, Texas. Marth 4.-Tbe steamer Pensacola arrived this mom lug irom a rcuei inp aiuug mc icxiui and Mexico coast In search of the steamer Monstow found disabled off Point Isabel* On her return the Pensacola sighted the schooner Willie Ann wrecked. The Willie Ann has been missing one month. She carried the following crew, all drowned: Captain Simon Baker, of Lake Charles. La.; Larry, seamn; William Anderson, cook and M. Moguat. of Kockport. Texas. The latter was a passenger. A CIom Call. i Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of -the Burton House. Burton, W. Va., la i ? about as widely known as any man in his section. He says: "In April, J892, 1 had a severe attack of rheumatism. The attack was so severe that our family physician was Immediately called In and for a'bout a month 1 was treated , constantly by two physicians. ConMmiincr to crow worie. I 'then nl-jr.-tl myself under the caro of one of the . beat physicians in this state at Wheeling. I continued to grow worse. I , again called In our two family physicians ajvd iJiey continued to tre*t me (or about a year. I then tried several different patent mcdiclnes and liniments recommended by friends, but could get no relief whatever from anything and after being confined to my room, for over three years all this time unable to wait on myself and suffering the most excruciating pains. In faot, I have nqt sufficient command of language to convey any idea of what I suffered. My physicians tod mo that nothing could be done for me and my friends were fully convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering. In June, 1894, Mr. Evans, at that time salesman for the Wheeling Drug Company, recommended Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I decided to try it and bought a llfty cent bottle. At this time my foot and limb was swollen more .than double its normal size and it seemed to me my leg would burst, but soon after I began using tho Pain Balm th? swelling begun to decrease, the pain to leavo, and now I consider that I am entirely cured. I have no pain, the !> 1aW mv limit- Hflil T nrolir I anywhere that I onrc to go. I firmly believe that Chamberlain'* Pain Dalm saved my life and we would not be without n bottle of U In the house for . ten time* Ha coat." Sold by Druggists C. R. GoeUe. W. W. Irwin, C. Bchnepf, C. Menkemeller, John Klnrl, W. H. Hague, H. C. Stewart. R. B. Burt, J. Coleman, A. E. Scheale, William Menkemollor, J. G. Ehrle, Wheeling; Bowie & Co.. Bridgt-port; B. F. Peabody & Son, Bwwood. "GIVE mo a liver regulator and I can regulate the world," paid a genius. The druggist handed him a bottlo of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Logan & Co., Wheullng, W. Va, B. P. Peabody, Benwood and Bowie & Co., Bridgeport. O. 5 o "MOTHERS' 44 FRIEND" vr't?:??' , Shorten* labor, lessens naln, ? dlinlnlnhcn danger to life of both mother and child and leaves her in confllHon raoro favorable to spcody recovery. "Stronger after than before confinement" a&vn & nmmlnnni mMwlfa. la thn limit Mintiiv FOR RISING BREAST Known and worth the price for tbat alone. ^ Kadomed and rreonimeadrd by nildwivaa and I ?I1 IndlnM who have uaed It. paware of aubatltutea and Imitations. Makes Ghild-Birth Easy. j? |psj mailed free,containing voluntary IcitlinonlaU. mudhll.o HEIII'lito* CO.. 1TUJIT1, (II. urn it all Bisaown. ^======^l It' II about ; /j m // seems i /' v I v V n brisht 1 fHM ^ back or objection to I (. _ disproved, a !hou-| V women are using i I I one of them, who j fl1 \ saves by it. Manu-' t ' "isaa Are made of steel and hand; made to last a Majes is the most perfect cookii I"?*11- _ ine ma no other better tht Hoiise&Herrnit ilenufvforrr, ea ^CSXHHKv^EpvBMnr tumi?uoa *oa Id* Mfona AMD Anna uuuKi. g, For Balo by John KUrl, Wholosalo and HOD8BFUBNISHINQ GOODS. ~ i Cinderella Kitchener Range, S&thf$ portable rnncf. KtnUhed In iho bipbe?t mjlcof urt and profiled with *11 modern improvemenu. NESBITT & BRO., 1312 MARKET STREET. STATIONERY. BOOKS, ETC. issa. 1896. WALL-PAPER and? * MOULDINGS. STATION!'IIY, BLANK BOOKS, CHILDREN'S CARBIAGES. Agent for Excelsior Sleeping Coaches. MWHfiRlVKS'SnN IIVWU1 U VI A* A A JL MM IV V,*< J 28 Twelfth Streat. Something New! HAKE YOUR OWN MONOGRAM And save the cost of having a die mode. It Is so cheap that everybody wiU.want one. Call and let us explain it to you. CARLE BROS. 130ft MAKKET 8TKKIJT. Marriage Certificates, In artistic designs and colors, of \f.irinn? nrlr^t from in nn Special rates to ministers. MTON'S^gSk J^ADIBB' FASHION JOURNALS FOR MARCH ARE IN. And tho Uternry MncaxInoH arc pomlno In (tally. Plenty of ch?np book*. Rchool ilnokn. Htutlonrry. Kuatcrn nnd Wwitvin Dally Pat?nL i[onpel ilynitm. Church Hymnals ami Bibles. C. It. OUIMBY. tol3 1414 Markot BUeoU 's only a question of time your using Pearline So ;t to us. ' It seems as if ever/ woman must see, sooner or iw much'easier and quickcr and better'and more economical js jPearline's way than any nflior l-tiawn ' wuii-i ?>i u.isnin? You can't think of any dr,nv! it that hasn't been met and sand times over. Millions of Pearline now. Ask some uses it rightly, how much she factured only by Jas. I'ylc, N.y I When In doirtt : ... AHnSP I Nervous Debility U,, ,V w IB?**3 I I?potency.Atroyfcv.V-r,, ? (Of M loiherwtsikaruc., from ?r , (iuK, ? tall I u*c Se*ine Pills. I?ra?r?\ rhecud 1 'UH viiror r<uieVly fnu>tcd. iVl J AII IfwjtaBli.WttiM' ?r if,i, . tffry/^TO Milled for $l.O;:GI> uest&XiO. With GSragaaHa $5.00 order t we oivr * puaurt10 core or refund the tr. ,nc/. Addreu W** PEAL ME0ICIM& CO.. LlcveUr.i. 0. Vicae?or to McLalnn Pharmacy. j>j Lajestic ooking Ranges malleable iron; made by lifetime. The r A sties )g apparatus the world bis ever jestic is lilce Stove. It is in any other. in,Wheeling,ff.Ya. MANHOOD"' for nervout prostration and all nerroos diwamof rani of either ei.Bncli a? Nerroue Proitmioo.FWxxi. imvoteoer.JSlshtlr EmUMonr, Tontbfcl Erm ce*JTo am ur Tnbicpo r,r Oplnm. which lMdteCuontty. Wlth?TuryS6oi4erwooiToa wrtura^ Retail Agent, ^'Public sale. jpubufcbale of Valuable Real Estate! On Saturday next, March 7, at 10 o'clock a. m.. we will offer for salo at the norm fron door of the Court House, The Caldwell Property. N'os. 150* ill 1510 Market Street. Thla property has a frontage of f r?<: 8 Inches on the east side of Market stmL and extends of equal width 134 feet to i 12-foot alley. In the rear. Or we Will sell 30-foot front. SURE SALE. Term* pilule known on day of sale. RINEHART & TATUM. ,Jhp City Bank Building. Telephone 219. REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE. One of the finest 9-roomed house? frontln? on J<th St., with all modern conventem-en, cheap and tarms easy. Hou8ft, 6 rooms, brick, 16th ut.. V,v"Splendid bldg. site for dwelling. 16th *tSplendid bldff. s!t? for dwelling. 14th fIlouse. 5 rooms, Sith St.. 51,400. House, 8 rooms and hull, with all modern Improvements. Chapllne *t., Centre wtww.iimr tr. rto SSSSft i room? nt fcall. 15th it.. KTM. SSHtl' J ??m''I,,h?moo. o^.lrocm,. in Bflvislr a ild.. Kt .. JL : U .room", *"<1 "tore room. Mia Vn5?Jk 2 .I'" lot <<x!" ".. SS.SMi J ??" !t)or'tlmo oni> of the flnr*t houses "t.. Centre Wheeling; 9 roomi rthl? . ant* modern Improvement*, cheap; tersni cany. at li'fiSu ' rootn8? hal and large lot. lftb rand 6*roomed house In rear; jot yxia> ft 1S(h g, t o-lf; 7 ,,rJpk. with hall. Jarob at.. Centre Wheeling: cheap. |J,30i>. $2 i?UM* roora9' b"L'k* Eoff >t- 5th ? ?* $1 !x&U8C' 7 room* N- Market at.; cheap, MIL011"** 8t- Belvedere. E3 etch \vh2Hu?,' 2 roor"-. Wilton ?t.. Centre SS?Ui2*i ??">* tcrm* ?? ft;.50 from* KSO wlS? |??0r?Omi and attlC- JttC0b 91' <th M room*, brick. 15th at.. *.5tt .l"0'124 rooms. Martin s Ferry. 0. Chen p. on easy terms. mnr'S-Vi8 ?00m" nm' 8-roomed hou*e In Ho, ri"' >"< " > *11 ?n '? 11" ' roonm and hall, hath and holl> i J""'. ?t.. bol. ir.ih and nth H*' erate nrl proporty on Market at. nt mod WOO. $300. $500, 3800,12.000 and C.WO to iw on real estate. NESBITT & DEVINE, Tol. ?I1 <Wir3> 1TB M?rlirl Wrgj, FOR SALE That Tory desirable property ?t 65 8outh Front street. It I" flr*** clan* throughout, at a very ronsen* able flRuro If sold at onco. Wo arc headquarters for buildin? lots choup. Cash, long time or monthly payments. Store room*, dwellings and offices for April 1. SMITH & DICKINSON. mr4 lg Markct 8tre?t ^ ? FOR BENT. lis Ohio ntrw?t, 7 room* and bath 1 C Vlrulnla atreet, 9 room* and bn'b B1 Houth York atrwt. 7 room* and 1W South Prnn itreot, S room*. And novcral other*. Hou?fi< and ? for sale on eaay term*. Money to ?<* on Real Katato. HARRY J. FINK & BRO UC.ll. KIT AT IS AOKSTS, Tol?|>ln.u. UH1. No. 1143 M?rKM MACHINERY. __ TO EDM AN & CO., GENERAL MACHINISTS And Mnnufaoturarft of Mar,n" *"<1 Stationary Engine# aul7 Wlll8UV& W? VL ' 1