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IJIKUSTKE'S SALE. / . % ' Ry virtue of a deed' 6t trutt made by Ferdinand Roll and Annlo llell, hltt wife, to K. 0. Cracraft, trustee, bearing date the Slpt day of December, 1H3, recorded In the ofllot* of tho clerk of the county court of Ohio county In l)ced of Trust Book humber 20. pn*^ BSC; and by virtue of an order made and onterod on the Wh day of Feb- , ' ruary, imfL by the circuit court for Ohio county, Wort Vliylnfn, In the matter of the appointment of n trustee In tho place f of E. O. Cracmf t, deceased, undrr a deed ' of truat madO ^y Ferdinand -Hell and v * Annie A. Hell, hln wife, the undersigned trustee (who was appointed In t?id order) will on SATURDAY, THE IITit DAY OF MARCH, 1S96. commencing nt 10 o'clock n. m., proceed to soil at public auction at the front tloor of the court houso of Ohio county the following described property, to-Wit: The weet portion of lot numbered ninety-one, situate on the southeeHt corner of- Tweniv-foOrth and Jacob street* In the city or Wheeling. county of Ohio, slate of 1 Went Virginia; beglnnning ut a point on aid lot: twenty feet cast from Jacob street. thence tifty feet south, thence west , twenty . feet, thence north fitly feet, 1 thvncA east twenty fe?t to tho place of he- J ginning, being the w mo property whloh was Bonveyed to George Hook by Mary Mlnnn by deod dated tnn 3d day of Feb- , ruary, 1XS3, and recorded In the office of the clerk of the county court of Ohio , county. West Virginia. In Peed Book No. 73. page 383. and by Frank Minn* by deed \ dated the 3d day of Sept ember, 15SJ, and f recorded In Deed Hook No. 71, page In >ald office, and being the same property which wan conveyed to the same Ferdinand Hall by George, Hook and wife by deed dated December 31. ItxJ, and duly recorded In th? ofljco of thb clerk of the County court ui v/mv vwumj, ?*tno much more a* the purchaser may eloct to pay oash In hand on the day of sale, th<j balance, if any. In two equal Installment*, payable In six and twelve months resnectlvely from the day of ?nlo. The purchaser to live his note* for the deferred installment*, bearing Interest at six per centum per aftnum. with securltysatlifactory to the trustee, und the title to said real gstat? tote, retained as additional security until all of tho purchase ' ?n-y?iia??4 ttuum. Trustee's sale of Valuable Manufacturing Property. By virtue of'? deed or triMt made by tho American fire Clay Company (a corporatton under the laws of West % Iralnla) to the undersigned a? trustee, .hearing date the twenty-eighth day of July, A. D. 1890, and of record In the clerk s ofltce of toe f county court 01 nancocn county, nrai Virginia. In Deed of Trust Book "C?" folios 377, 371, 87S and 380. I Kill on TUESDAY, MARCH 24. A. D. 1SW. commencing at 10 o'clock a. in., proceed to sell at public auction at the works of the American Fire Clay Company, located near New Cumberland, In the county "of Hancock, In the stafe of West Virginia, . all of tho following described property, that Is to ray: All that certain tract of land lying upon the Ohio river In Butler district. Hancock county, state of-West Virginia, grounded and described as follows: Beginning at a stake on the Ohio river, corner to lands of Freeman Brothers, near the mouth of Holdbort's run; thence down said river south eight degrees west (south. west) thirty-nine (?) poles: thence south sixteen degrees west i south 16* west) nfty (?0) poles; thence thence south eight degrees west (S* west) flfty-flve (55) poles to a stake, corner to lot of Freeman and Anderson; thence leaving tho river south eighty-one and one-half degrees (south S14) east, fortyseven (47) poles: thence north fifteen degrees (li*) east fourteen (14) poles; thence with the lino of Brown Brothers north eighty-four and one-half degrees (844?) east one hundred and twenty-six (128) poles to a stone pile on the line of Sweartngen's lands; thence north twelve degrees (12') west one hundred and twentynine (129) poles to a sugar and hickory; thence south eignty-slx degrees ?* ) west ono hundred and twenty-two (122) poles, lO U1C IIHKD Ut CBiuutUB W? taining one hundred and twenty-three and one-half acres (123ft acres) more or Mi saving and reserving, however, the' right of the Pittsburgh. Cincinnati & St., Louis Hallway Company to a strip of land, conveyed out of said tract to U?hy Prlscllla J. Freeman, sixty (?>) feet wide, being ten (10) feet east of the centro line of the railroad tract of satd company and fifty (50) feet west from said centre line of! said tract, and extending along tho whole river front of said tract; also granting to the said party of tho second part all buildings. Improvements, machinery and fixtures situated and being on said above described tract of land. TERMS- OF SALE?One-thJnJ of the purchase money ca?h in hand, one-third thereof with Inters In six months, and the residue thereof with interest in one Kar from ihe day of sale, tho purchaser ing required to give his notes with good security for the deferred payments; the legal title being retained as further security. GIBSON L. CRANMER. ., felg Trustoe. ' TO LOAN. Money to loan^cash always on hand in sums to suit, from 110 and upward*, on real estate; aluo on furniture, etc., without removal; easy payments. No charge unless loan Is made. ''onfldentlal. ftfS-mthA-mt JULIAN. Hox ifff. ' WHISKIES. f OLD / i PYiinrt WhKkp.v t ^ i ? j ? ^ i JIb I I Hi i j GUARANTEED 8 Y1UILS OlD. J f |T certainly I* a datjr ?u<l our Uoairo U? \ A * uoonalnt }oti with tbeoxrellentqtul- ? f ItlMi oi o.jr Export WbUkey when you T a Bfpil tblf artfc'a for nietffrftial or lamlljr A f 'l?nrpo?*?. There J* none on tho market ~ A more emitted 10 your eomMeratlot), It ? f h?? Jixii. Parity. nnrl being 'fo? f'otn all ' A injnr'oni itifredlcuu tliould coin maud J f yon r attention. f 0 *VLl. QLAIITS 01.OO. |i 1 j!? WbceUn? onlr by ^ J J J0H!I KLAHI, Hlsl0"nth ?re?t4. 1 I ? 80S. 412 Market ?tr?at, lltubuncb. Jf ^ ja.B-nbrtWjr Liver I TroubleSc j Coated Tongue?Sallow I Complexion?Yellow Eyes? J| Constipation. r , THY I Brown's Iron Bitters |Jj Pleasant to take. Ill r(r,.rtiv*. (n\i**kHT%%.-r*rthat* mnty v*/undtdsbovTu Brown's Ikon Hit* tkrk. ukrn aa directcl, fail to benefit any j*r?oti aulTrrinif from Dyapetiaiti, Malail.i, Chilli ud I'l-vrr, Mdnnr an*1 J.lvrr Tionblra? I'.ifiouutip; n, Krn^lr- Infirmltl**, Fw* t.nr? I'lood, UVukfiwa, NrrvoUi ? f roubles, llcadscliv or Neuralgia. j THE WIFE'S CONFESSION 7X PRRLOR PLKY, IIV 8111 WALT Mil UKHA.KT AM) WALTKll H KU III ICS FOI.I.UCK, (Copyright, JWG.) DRAMATIS PERSONA E. Lord \Avenel, In shooting dress, aged twenty-He von. LnOy Avtnel, newly married, aged twenty. Charlie Vernon, second lieutenant. First Royal lilouchestora, aged twentyone. Martin, the butler. ACT I. Scene. HrcaUfa*t room In I^ord Avenel'a country house. Utrtler discovered. He arrange* chairs. smooths the table cloth, puts newspaper at the buck of I.?ord Avenel'H chair. Takes bundle of letters from a tray on the sldelxxtfd and lays them l*?fore three chairs. Uutler.?litre's th?> lot. and a nretty lot it is. Glail I'm not his lonlMilp's secretary. Answering .all these letters every day would kit! me In a wink, <7lvo me my pantry and the silver anil I ask I no hetti-r lot. For hi* lordship?on*, j two ? (count?) ? twenty-four letters, with a parcel. (Takes ^ip small parcel i tied witn red tape una poalcd, looks at ; It, feels H, weight* K. ureases It.) Marked "Immediate." Looks as If ft had paper Insldo of lu More readingmore writln. That pore young man, the secretary. Some folks are greatly to oe pitied. Now my lady's letters. One, two?here's a scented one?something sweet from another lady?great ladles Jove each other a va*t deal more than iu/ mniufl in inr srrvunin nan. nm-y a tradesman's bill. I lake IU Her ladyship Isn't In .1 hurry to pay her bills, but Rive her time, give h*r time. What's the use uf being a countess If you enn't get time? One. two. (counts) eleven letter*, mostly Invitations. Pleasure Is a weary business. Give me my pantry and my silver. Hullo! Here's a rummy start! The lar-t letter for my lady Is Just exactly in the same handwriting as the packet for my lord! Odd, ain't it? (Compares them.) Great square band??6 roe s*^: same t's; some?well, ft doesn't matter to me. Hero's the captain's letters?one?that's a woman's handwriting. The captain has a way with him. Another letter?and another ?and?dash my buttons! If this Isn't the rummlest go! Why?this letter Is written In the samfe handwriting oh the other two. It must be a hospital Jctt.-r ?or a church restoring?or a permanent incapi;l.li ?\v?ll?ucll~(lay.i down letters before lieutenant's chair. (Enter Charles Vernon.) Vernon.?Her ladyship down yet? Bailor.?Not yet sir. ^our lette?* s?c CPuIs them on troy anil hattrfs them. Lieutenant Vernon snatches the letter whose handwriting has astouJsbsp the butler, puts the test In his pocket and tears this one open und reads hurriedly.) Vernon.?The devil! (Butler, with Impassive face, goes on smoothing table cloth, setting knives and forks In proper places, pokes Are.) (Vernon walks up and down the room with vexation.) (ButK-r walks round the table critically. Kxlt.) Vernon. (Beads the letter again) ~Slnce you have given me no answer to my first letter and none to my second. I shall prove to yon that I can bite as well as b?rk. I have sent all the love letters that yon have been writing to Lady Avcnel to his lordship. You will have an opportunity of explaining things to mm?i unoerxiano mm you are nm Ruest. TIiIn will make the business nil the pleasanter for you." This In n pretty business. Why the devil didn't Isabel destroy the confounded letters, when we broke It otf ? This person Is a woman clearly; an uneducated woman ?where is Isabel? Why doesn't she come down In proper time for breakfast? Oh! confound the thing! What am I to say? There's no date, I know there's no date on any of the letters. He will think they were written yesterday! (Enter Lady Avenel.) Lady A.?Good mornlntrCharlle. Have you gotten any letters this morning? anything from Clarice? Vernon.?I haven't looked yet. I've had something else to think about. Lady A.?What Is the matter, my dear boy? You look worried. Ve rnon.?I am worried. Look here. 'WHAT DOES THE WRETCHED WOMAN MEANT" Isabel?you remember two yearn ago when I thought you were Jn Jove* with me? Lndy A., (coldly)?Well? This Is ihardly the i>luce for these romlnln ceneto, In It? Vnnon,~Yw ?I ? know?but?Thero were letters?I wrote you?a lot of letUrn . Lady A.?What, nbout them? I darenay there were?I remember, now, that then? were. Vernon.?Where are they? Did you burn them? Lady A.- Hum them? r.urn them? I forir??t?No? I believe they are where thoy were then?in my old do?k?fit my boudoir. Vernon.?Go and look. Lady A. (Rune out and return* Immediately.)?They are gone. Vernon.?They nre stolen. Do you know thin handwriting? Lttdy A.?It If a common, lUlter&tc hand; hut I think It In the writing of my lust maid whom 1 hail to send away. Vernon.?I lead 1'ie letter. | Lady A. (Urada It)?Charlie! Good ! heaven*! What does the wretehed I | woman mean? ' I Vernon.?None of iny letters have date*. Bhe belleven antl hope* that Lord Avenel will believe that they were wrlttn yesterday. (Looks casually at I?abel's cover where are her letters.) See! Hero Is a letter for you In the same writing. (Hands It.) Lady A. (Heads) ?'"Madame, I have sent your lover's let. ? 1 /? ?.i?, fn T Iters to your uunuHmi *.?. ...... . hop*! ymi will all three be pleased." Vernon?Where In your husband? Lady A.?I suppose he Ih d reusing. What are w? to do? Vernon.?There Isn't much left to do, In there? I mUit explain the whole iruth-~Brcrrt en so gemcn t? found it to he a mistake?If ho will only believe It How long In It since the last letter Wiw written? Lady A.?Two years?a year before I was married. Vefnon.?Thoy were rather stronglyworded letters* JsaW-I rememl>er that I thought mysel( madly In love with you. it wan because I had known you from childhood, I suppose. Lady A.- i nuppona so. otherwise It would have hem Hripomdble, of oonrne. Vornon.?Label! As If I could mean that?Mut It was a mistake, wasn't II? And I've been In Jove aeveral times since then?Lady A.?And I've been In love once? and only unci*- In my life?and It Isn't with you, my dear boy. Vernon.?And now we've not lo pay the plpt:r. Avonel In a fiery man-Isabel ?and perhaps he's n Jealonn man?Tt's all very well t-> explain. but It'u u thing that may rankle. I-ady A.?I have been wrong?Charlie ?It Is all my fault. I Ought to have explained long ago. Hut?T-I was ashamed. 1 could not bear to think that even a mistake had been made. I ought to have destroyed-the letters and. told him everything. Then. II be chose? be might have?sent mi; away?Oh.1 I was no foolteb?so foolish? Vernon.?It was a thousand pities; Isabel, that you did not bum those letters. Ludy A.?I forgot them. They were lying in my desk?I was so happy that I forgot them. I never looked at them. Wliat do they matter to me? now? Vernon.?Nothing?nothing?as you say. Yet?a thousand pities. Lady A.?And then that detestable wonvun found them and?and?I wonder. If my husband lwa those letters yet. Vernon.?There are his letters of th< day?(turns them over). And, Isabel, there Is her handwriting?(Takes up packet) See?the packet. There arc the letters! Lady A.?I.et me see (Takes the packet). Yes?It Is her handwriting. There Is no doubt. This packet contains the letters. (She holds the packet In her hand. They look at each other in silence.) Vernon.?What Is in your thoughts Isabel? Lady A.?Tell me. Vwnfln?if thin uacket were drontied In the lire; ir It were taken quietly away?In my pocket? Ijiily A.?Hindi! Clmrllel Ilutih! Vernon.?(THkes the packet out ol her hands) These letters are mine, "I SHALL TELL HIM EV'RvTHINO." really, because I wrote them. l*ct mf have tlym bark. Irabel? Then no harm can possibly come to you. It'Is for your own sake. Isabel. Lady A.?Xo?no? Vernon.?They' up* Htolen loiters. They wer* .stolen from your desk by that accursed woman, your maid. Put them back In your desk?and in the Ore a ftcrwftrda. (uffem her the packet.) Lady A.?-No?no. That was my temptation?thorn v.-ere my most unworthy thoughts. Charlife?ray old friend? my old playfellow?my brother ?would you help me to deceive my husband again? Vernon.?You have never yet deceived him. i/any A.?i navf* noi ioiu n>m or things that ho ouRht to have known. And now ho I* to And out?to be told by a woman who will gtve the thing all the coloring that Iwlongp to her depraved fmaglmetfcm. I have deceived him. But I will not deceive him nny more. Vernon.?Take the packet then. Put It among hif? letter*. Then farewell to your hannlnew, Isabel. Think! A revengeful woman seeks to injure you In that point which you will feel the roofft keenly?the point of honor?All you have to do Is to put that packet In the fire. Lady A.?I will not, then. Whatever happens, I will not deceive my husband again. (Enter Martha) Cutler.?My lord have sent for hfs letters, my lady. By your leave, my Indy. (Sweeps th?m on to a traylooks about) I beg your laryshlp's pardon?Thore was a sealed packet? 1 noticed It among the letters?I don't see it hen?. Lady A.?It la this packet that you are loooklng for. Butler?1Thank you, my lady. (Stoops and picks it up.) (Aside) It's the packot a* nas the same writing as her letters and his. (Exit Martin.) Vernon.?WHI, the die is cast He has now got the letters. Lady A.?Yes?He has got the letters. He will learn for the flrst time that his wife has received love letters from another man. Vernon.?A pleasing discovery. What shall you do. Isabel? Lady A.?I shall tell him everything? confess ail thrut there Is to confess. Wrn>n.?C??m:?there, isn't much, really?Boy and girl business, at the worst. We thought we were in love ond we wrote burning letters?pity they were quite so burning?p'.ty wo men rani ?um xmnKn viwuiirniy;. Heavens! What a heop of mischief would be saved If women would burn thing!)! Lady A.?Since I wan so foolish as not to burn those letters. I have a pleasant quarter of" an hour before me. Now, Charlie. It's no good getting savage. Leave me for a few minutes with my husband- Go away. You have got a telegram to send, or a letter to post or something?You have pone to the stable*?Go now. Come back in a quarter of an hour. Vernon.?And then? Lady A.?You will be guided by circumstances. Above all things, remember that you have nothing to oonccal and nothing to be ashamed of. Vernon.?And you, Isabel?have you nothing to be afraid of? (Exit Vernon.) (TO BE CONTINUED.) i "JARNDYCE VS. JABHDYCE." Rotate Worth 940,(100 I'atcu Up In UraI uxpcuiri. Philadelphia Record: A striking Illustration of the manner In which a law estate may be literally eaten up In the process of probate wns Riven recently In the probate department of the superior court of Los Angeles county, j C!al. In JVoember, 1S70, ISneamaclon i Iiuslna dlr.l In Lou Angeler, leaving an I nutate valusd at JCO.ooo. which has been in th?? courts on litigation growing out of the settlement ever sine*, dragging along until It was almost forgotten by those who had originally instituted the proceedings. 4Vhrn the public administrator came Into court a few days ago to file lilts accounts and settle tho business of the estate It was found that after all claims and costs of admlnlntrntlon had been allowed then- wiu* but forty conta left to divide among the heirs. During the time that had elapsed since tho dentil of IlUBlna ail the In Irs had elthi-r died or left the country, and, ther?? being no claimant for the remnant of the competency. tho Judge, n/tor mature deliberation, ordered the full amount turned Into the county treasury, thereby closing the account. Th*re have l>een numerous canes where larpe estates have dwindled into Insignificance after they had passed through the hands of administrators, but this Is believed to be tho 11* ?t on record whTe th" entire property Mm hern jgfcVOUIMG PwiV/FQ W& SIIVL.U Wo Offer You a Kcmmly Whfcb fnnures , SAFETY to LIFE of lloth Mother and Child. 1A0TKERS FRIEND lions com i.M:nriiT of its run, JIOltKOIt AM) lUXtil'll, Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy. i:nilorH?'d iind rcromiitniidrd by clan*, iuldwlvi-4 i??h| t !?(? >? wlio linvn imnd ll. Hcwuro of Miilmtlliitr* null Imltiltloiu, Sunt br r*pr??* ?>r uinff, on rcreifit of firiee , 1.00 |.n I Hook "Tp .MOTllrtlltt' ViumII??J fiue, pgritalnlnjf voluntary ti'Mimonluli. BRAD FIELD KEOBLATOR CO., AtUnU,0? ftOJ.D Mr ALU blll'MISTO. I Howt I Takefl f Ner Y A ^ V * ( The Best Spri f Read what I Mrs. Jordan says: 4 I wu In I nut iliapo when I bejpi JL Greene's Nerv ura l.lood and n?rre rt X" not *lrrp night*. many t Intra bad to | . tho i!?xir; had o???pprtlta and what 1 I toured in a few moments. 1 was i and trembling, and got op In the inor Mi tlun wtieU I went u> bad, and feltull X n.ni.I not uia aovthiniF worth llvlm* I , tug one bottle of f>r. Oteouo'B Hen ' ocrvo reiatdy I c<^til(l alcep all night JT. In tho nmrolutr, myappetlio mi l>ett ^ jour, ami 1 felt bfltter all over. No1 * four Ik>u1c? and I feel llko a new belt | MJU. AIAJKIU. JORDAN, Ne? >t, Now read what * Mrs. Bogart says: J Mra.K.8.Bogart,of tbe RaptiatBo: X New York City, aaya: f ? For eight yearn I haro boon co * thocareof doctors, but found no r I I what tho doctors told nic, did 1 c*j a letter. I w?? convinced that they mL Htuml my cue, no I thouRlit I would t JT Nerrur* blood and norvo retnrdy, am i , iwn truly wonderful. I now feel ii Wthan for the lant twenty yearn. " During all thlt time 1 had been malaria, heart disease, kidney and 11' m ^ t1 tin*, s. a. nocurr. i , r?rron? prostration sad slecplc?ai ^1 tinco month*beforetaking this wand I luil bc?n confined to my mom and m T< to the bed. I feel with the bleu it * Greene's Nervura blood and nerr given mo a new laaso of life and hei t ?m cured of all my truobloe. I h*r lA that others may be benefited as 1 b '4< take every opportunity to rooommenc! loss ! Sp ) For sale by nil Druggists, J, for SI a bottle. consumed In the mere matter of paying routine legal expenses wher* there has b-en no particular contest and no chance of dishonesty on the part of those who had the matter In charge. A Boy'a Opinion* Harper's Weekly: Sometime* a young l&d will ptrlke a truth In his random talk. Talking to a middle-aged woman on?* day. a young fellow said, confidentially: "You sue. Mm. R . my sisters think so much of the conventionalities. They ore always telling me that only oommon girls do so and so. and that girls who have been taught properly don't do this thing and don't do the other thing. Now I think sometimes they are mistaken. Lots of nice girls do things they didn't use to do. They ride bicycles, and they go In parties or clubs with their brothers or frtends. They run bo Jolly and good comrades with a boy: but they are nice too. and JuM uh well-behaved as my sisters." "Y?*. I think that too," replied the la?ly. "And you don't think It make# the girls any worn*. What about tho boy*?" "It make* tli?* girls more friendly and pleasant than thoro who stay at home and never nee anything!" he exclaimed, emphatically. "Ami It doea something else. It makes us fellows more careful In what we do and nay when girls go everywhere as well an we do. I?n't a 'bicycle tour,* or a 'camp out.' or a tramp In the country, a* good sport, and don't It make the fellows better behaved, when the girls are along? Yes, sir! I don't want to go to places where the (TlrlM can't go; but I do think that the girls ought to give way too, in tho matter, and t^y to go around to all the planeti and take part. The boys want the girls, and Ido believe It would do the girls godd too, -and wouldn't hurt them a bit." And this expression of the opinion of a well-brought-up young American boy Is something for the mothers of ffirlfl to think over. CTIrrlc Ki/fl rlTTSmJllOU. PH., amrrn a.?i'r ncn.llnit a bullet from a 44-cnllbre r.rltIkIi bull-doB revolver throuch hly right temple into lilii bmln, OM" Altmc/or ended his life ot 1 n'clnrk thlj morninff. The deed was committed ot the Home or bin rtopfathor, J. 8. OoMlngwVat Unclerclllt, nn tile Jlllller lilHe. DomwUo trouble Is pnlrt to have boon the cause of the suicide. , AMmeyor woo a clerk employed in the auditor's omcc of the Allegheny Valley railroad. and wan known an one of the most faithful and steady men on the clerlcaJ force. _ Mr* rnly-Onr Itoille* lUfOVfltfl. BKItMN, March fi.?Up to tills morn ing aoveniy-onr uw?n;? vit^mo CleaphnK cool mine dlnanter at Kattowlt i, Prussian fllleulo, have been brought to the nurface. Tlioy Included the bonion of four volunteers who had boon engaged In the work of dtfluo and who were overcome by Uie boat caused by tho lire Jri tho mine. It Is believed thnt about llfty miners are Htill unaccounted for. Tliry Krttillnlcd. j T.KADVIIXK. Colo.. March 5.?There , was ?nort Intense oxcltoment In this city bint nlKht#\vbcu flu* now* wn?i received i ??r thi* burning of the American tin/; by the SpmilnnlH. Tho news eaino while the Ice paliice forttlvltlo* of IrlHh'dny wore In full blo/l and tho report unread like wild Are, Tho lrlsh-Amorlcuna i' *' 2& 1 ' v V '/ Vi :o be We >r.Gr< vura BCBBKBUK8S552fl9BflHHBHHi Guaranteed Purely Vej nsr fledicine in the < ? A Well-Kn( in tn tabo nr. h __ . raciiy. iwum Business jM nt' tinand walk < Utile 1 diil eat * -t _ _ narvoiu, weak. ? AdVlCC nliiK wore tired down ? in fact, d for. After tak? rare Mood and >. MMfL&lft and feel rested jfJSGfjImu er, food did not Jm/tm ' w I bar a ukon (fZT r'vineyard, Mo. ttrf ' M me, 68th Street, < WjT iw.imiy unuui vw) w / lief, nor, from ] w* crt in gut juy f ry Dr. Greene's [i better broith l< . tufTorin^yrlth h 3# geo. tt. ati 9 I In th? spring BID/ J?J Ejf ,>SS tired feeling, ]>oor blood t >i livor complaint, headftcht / .^vVSNV . troubles. Tbey are not i it*SSSras . dUcase, lint aro out of onl CfcxN^i tired bodies. Om.VT.AU *1 Vt., Is a leading business r JMftfc? ' out New Engtaud. He w?y i, " I was in a Tory feeble ( HHHrr attend to uiy business f oomo all run down and did eRjgf . I was nerrous and exb i, tny condition. I took mat tjy' teem to get any better. t , Atlxst 1 decided to tal ' blood and nerve remedy, sea. For the < very highly spoken of. I orfaJ rtnvdr. I r9r^ **? *!? wlwn I bej ost of the time *\ proremsnt. I continued i JofGwJ.Dr" , derired was marvellous. f OmS SHi I, I ? mm! bj- thi. .1 ilth, and that I LI recommend u u> everyixxij cagrot desire pi In taylog it la tba beat mec I it to tha sick." M rmnrmwOwnmmm Doctors, Druggists, and reene's N caB*s_ " " "' As th iring Met and hundreds of others quickly assembled In front of the Herald-Democrat office. Thero was some difficulty In securing a flag of Spain, but Anally one was discovered In the stock of a dry good* merchant nnd the crowd quickly found kindling wood and the emblem of the haughty Cft.?*tillan was laid on it. With a mighty cheer the wood was ignited and while the crowd sang "America" and "Columbia," the flag of Spain was consumed to ashes. New Cnlontowu llanlc. WASHINGTON, D. C.. March E.-Thl comptroller of the currency haa authorised the Second National Hank of Union town, Pa, to begin business, capital $00,000 A Clot? call. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of .the Burton House. Burton, W. Va., is about on >ldely known as any man in hi* section. He says: "In April, 1892, I had a severe attack of rheumatism. The attack was so severe tihnt our famII wolnlan wna nulla.1 In amd for a*bout a month 1 was treaded cotinlantJy by two physicians. Continuing to grow worse, I then placed myself under the earo of one of the heat physicians In this stato at Wheeling. 1 continued to grow worse. I again called In our two family physicians and they continued to treat me for about a year. I then tried several different patent medicines 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 watt on myself and suffering the most excruciating pains. In foot, I have not sufficient command of lunguage to convey any Idea of what I suffered. My phynlclans tod mo that nothing could be done for me and my friends were fully convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my ?ufferlng. In June, ISM, Mr. Evans, at that time salesman for the Wheeling Drug Company, recommended Chamberlain's Pain Tfciltn. I decided to try It uiid bought u fifty ccnt bottle. At this time* my foot and limb was swollen more .than double Ha normal else and It seemed to me my leg would burst, but soon after I began using the Pain Da1m tho swell Ins begin n to decrease, the poln to leavo, and now I consider that 1 am entirely cured. I have no pain, the swelling has left my limb, ni?d I walk anywhere that I* care to go. I flrmly believe that Chamberlain's Pnln Balm waved my life and we would not be without a bottle of It In the house for ten times Its cost." Hold by Druggists C. It. Goetro, W. W. Irwin, C. Schnepf, C, Menkemellor, John Klnrl, \V. H. Hague, H. C. Stewart, H. U. Hurt, J. Coleman, A. B. Hcheale, William Menkemoller, J. Q. Khrle, Wheeling; ltowle & Co.. Bridgeport; B. K Peabody A Son, Bewwood. Itellrf In Mt Hour*. niaiMinihio Idilnov ntwl htnililA* <iia. cane* relieved In nix hours by the MN1?W (1HKAT SOUTH AMRUICAN" KflWKV CI'HK." Thin Haw remedy \n u pre at nurprlne on account of itH oxcftadim? proinplneni in rtHovlng pain In tho Madder, kldneya, buck und every pail of tho tirltmry pannage tn inalu or female. ?tt roilcven retention of water and pain In panning It almnxt Immediately. If you want quick relief nnd cure thin In your remedy. Bold by It. H. Lint. dnutnlHt, Whoellng. \V\ Va. U*? r>r. Mllen* Nervn Planter* for Spinal WoukncHn. All druufilutn Mil '?ra Cor x&o. 11 and Si sene' Blood an ISJ&fxrf* Drf L 1VI V' *v* ;etab!e and Harmless. World. ?? if _ I A Cha from ] Lcl? S Hotr ninny p tired in the t|< i sleep trell nlgl: unrofrc?lietl; tl l< their itumacb, fP?. b?vo conn 11 pat mKL , depressed in ni W?i35fl> 1 it It that-they r 663jjSht , S?> it trail will Efbngbatn, N". " IttX honored in tbo < id about prottrat llinbs a tiff in I badly, ami my I stoop withouti i "Infactlwai do but little wo " I commence HISS, ESQ. 'i V&M aon* have Tvnk nerve*. (ZSfiSi6S\ , Indication, kidney and UEkEH, i, and iutmmcrable other Ick with any particular WWmWu; rr, havo weak ncrro* and vJeSEeW ;ln?, Ecn., of Waterburr, \Tmw5?: nan, well known through* ^ iPffl xmdltlon, not being able ' ar oorno time, i had benot know what to do. anstad and worried over |. ly remedies, lmt did not ce T>r. Greeno's Nervnra 0114 having always board it mA had doc taken it but a ll and nerre reme< an to notloo decided itn- kM leaaanod In rirl using It,and the benefit rl Bow ujt pirtli is A J a fall, (lav's laboi ronrterfnl medlcino and " I tell yon. U r. I luve no heal tat I on kJ Nervura blood a Licino I liavo ever eaea." f 1 dsad before thii ii wonderful rem* the People Recommend ervura n e Greatest rWrttxt DR. GREENE, 35 West can be consulted free, J. 8. RHODES Ss OO. New Spring Dress Goods. The bulk of our stock is now in. New All-Wool Novelties! New Silk and Wool Novelties! New Mohairs and Sicilians! MISSES' ANI) CHILDREN'S M mx/ Raofprc 1 1 V Vv JL \V^ 1CIU FOB SPRING WEAK. J.S-BMes&Ci. \ PHOTOQliAPIlY. gPECIAL NOTICE. AJI tloktt* iMtiod br IIW01IW OAT.f.KRY will bo Accepted ?t U?olr fitrn vuluo for Cablnot rhotogrnphi. ono on woh doioti. until April i jnM T. H. llKKilNa IIYI.ES' art studio. Phntnnranlis.?ft& JL UUivvj ? tmirrmiM i??. ais^ 7WK1N STBEBT. E5I 'S I id 1| smedy. |fl the Discovery and f*J I cription of a Physician. Mi I ptcr Hi I Life. Ml cople thrre arr who prow w^nk r.n l I ring without knowing wlr., it#, and pet tip uiorznnp* iir^a ,.; I jolr head often ache* or liver, or kidnejr ar* alh-c;. ed bowels* and they fc?l i.?r 'J ilnd and generally run down. ; . Mliza tbf> value of tlirlr )<>r j ,. j Charles IL Btrven*. lUq .. f ......t>, t II., a mail well known una Liiiuijr if I Granite State. ro theso." paid Mr. Sterms. " I rsi r.i in health, extremely the jolnte* my !>oweU wen- i: ?v.i L breathing wan terrible. 1 couM j.-.i t Uiuoet lo-lug my breath. h aliuoct a complete wreck, and coull rk of any kind. t I d to take Dr. Greene aJScrrurablwd M I 1 mskQ f I .EX.U H. mrws, rsQ. 8 iy, and at the end of one week I Lid n m ih abont bit bowel* two iiicbvsa&d W . 1 flvo inches 1ms, and I am able to do kli 9f1 f it) had not been for Dr. Greene's Z + l nd nerve remedy I should hare been B I > time, and Z can therefore give tills W ? ^ dy.the highest praise." kli Slood and m] erve Remedy M it V lint ?? ? ^ >r it Cures. I 14th St,&New York City, personally or by letter. ^ E33S&*! STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC IS52. WALL-PAPER AND MOULDINGS. stationery, BLANK BOOKS, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. .Agent for Excelsior Sleeping Coaches. JOSEPH GRAVES'Si, 26 Twelfth Street Something New! MAKE YOUR OWN MONOGRAM And save the cost of having a Mm it is so cheap that Everybody will want one. Call and let us explain it to you. 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