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I Ohio Coui CAUDIDATE& | | Sheriff? : " W. W. Irwin SS8 Prosecuting Attorney? y J. S. Wl&on 121 W. V. Robinson 108 ,\ Clerk Circuit Court? c-r John Walton 65 J. A. Whit# 116 I J. W. tMitchell .*. 66 Clerk County Court? PlatofE Zane 147 G. 8. Otte 187 Asseuor (City)? ' B. H. Swarti 15) D. Z. Phillip* 17? ^WMor (Country)i. . -No*h Zan? tMt VERY EXCITING. Democratic Primaries the Occasion Some Close Contests. I THE CIRCUIT CLERKSHIP FIGHT A Three Cornered Affair With ||. White, Walton and Mitchell | FOR VOTERS TO CHOOSE FROM. * JKajor Walton Led the Others Throoghont the JVlght Until Wehater Came In, and then White Won Oat on a Plurality nt 90 VstMi-upIck" Kohluion Wine a i If lee Victory Over Wilson for Pros. ecntlug Attorney?The Returns Care. ; fnllr Tabulated In Convenient Form. Sheriff?W. W. Irwin, of Webster. ' . Prosecuting Attorney?W. P. Robinson, 8j of Madison. Clerk of ICrcuit Court?John A. White, of Washington. to,. Clerk of Circuit Court?John A- White, of Ritchie. g?. Assessor (city)?Bert H. Swart*, of Clay. Assessor (country)?Noah Zanc, of Triadslphla. I Washington district?county commi*sloner, Christian Blum: school commls sloner, W. C. Hanes; Justices of the peace, Jesse Wells and John Batchellor; constable. Llndsey Carney; delegates to county convention. E. H. Delters, John J. Kenny and Patrick Scally. Madison district?County commissioner. R. B. N&ylor; school commissioner, Dr. E. C. Myers; justices of the peace W. H. Caldwell and M. Crawford; constable. Aionzo 8t. Myers; delegates to county convention. John Loomis, John 8. Naylor and Charles H. Copp. Clay district?County commissioner, Henry Robrtcht; school commissioners, A. Updegraff and J. O. McLaln; Justices , of the peace, R. H. GlHespy ana Chris. Slebke: constables, T. W. Welsh and John Halpln; delegates to the county con" ventlon, John A. Howard, John M. Birch and R. B. Merchant Union district?County commissioner, W, H. 8teele: school commissioner, Jere A. Miller: justices of the peace. J. Cahlll and F. J. Burkhardt: constables. 8. A. Wilcox and W. A. Love; delegates to county convention, James McGlnley, Fred Friese and Charles Schmidt. Centre district?County commissioner, Philip VoelUnger; school commissioner, C. W. Seabrignt: justices of the peace. Hugh Dawson and Thomas Fox. sr.: constables. John 8horts and Edward Helfei*; delegates to county convention; J. J. Coniff, A C. Stoetser and F. Wendsl. . Webster district?County commissioner, J. H. Whyte; school commissioner E. H. Wilde; Justices of the peace. William Manlon and W. B. Conner; constables. M. : Hennegan and J. McDermott; delegates to county convention. B. Melghen, Jr.. J. Carroll and J. A. Wood. Ritchie district?County commissioner. August Fette; school commissioner, Herman Bentx; Justices of the peace. D. J. McCormlck and B. Lewedag; constables. I H. W. Specht and E. Frederick; delefates to county convention. J. B. Handlan. ; Gi J. Otte and W. Fuhrman. Triadelphla district?County commisi sloner, D. M. Thornbunc; school commissioner, M. Madden; Justices of the peace. Kg J. Bedllllon and C. 8. Terrlll; constables, v "William Warden and John Anderson; delegates to county convention, !?. M. ; Blaynoy, W. T. Chambers and W., M. J Hutchinson. |v. Liberty district?County commissioner, J. N. Farls; school commissioner, 8olathlel Curtis; justices of the peace. R. Sample and William 8horts; constables, John Hunt and M. Vermillion; delegates ; . to county convention. A. C. Harrola and 8. 8. Jacobs, sr.* and D. Forney and C. BE Crumbacber tied. J*. Richland district?County commissioner, fe A. P. McCulloeh school commissioner, t?'- George Crlns; Justice of the peace, M. 5,.. .McNeill: constable. Robert Constaln; del; egstes to county convention. H. H. Garden* George Ebberts and J. P. Stewart y.; e primary election of the Democra( cy of Ohio county occurred Saturday. The vote .polled foots up 3,229 for the S? head of the ticket, which is more than 5 some Democrats had anticipated, and leas th'ap others predicted would be pollf. % ed. Democrats who were asked to ex'?; s Plain the'reason for the falling off of Saturday's vote as oompared with the primaries of 1892, say that there were no ^ contests of great importance to bring out a vote, rather a flimsy argument. \b To themselves. prpbahlV, the Democrats '' confess the true reason?the defection fof 1894, which now appears not to have been a merely't?mporary defection. In this connection a comparison of the vote for Democratic candidates for county commissioner nt the election of K 1894. when the defection from the party ?, was so heavy that the Republicans car rjru me cuum/ ? iiiojwi ii/ ui uici 1,600. and the total vote for candidate* ; for nomination for county commissioner % at Saturday's primaries, Is of Interest p It Is as follows: Elec- Prima[*;' Districts. tlon. *M. rle?, *96. I- Wa?hln*rton 4M 416 k Madlwn 449 JM1 Clay 496 312 t. Union 421 281 Centre 3?w SIR L, Webst?r 880 681 118 Ritchie 450 2f? n? Trtadelphla 443 439 E? Liberty 159 W, jr' Richland va Jl&l U . Totals 4^515 3.232 It wilt b* seen that even taking the phenomenally low vote of Ohio county Democrats In 1A94. the vote at flaturHav'i rirlm<irii>s rlnoN nnt i<nmf> nn In (ho : ratio that usually exists between primaries and election. The two exciting contests of the day, for prosecuting attorney and clerk of the circuit court, i, contributed to bring out as large a vote as the many "workers" of the several " candidates were able to get at. For this reason the claim made by some of thn Democratic leaders, that the vote of the primaries was small "because there were not any contests," does not hold water to an alarming extent. Taking the vote polled on Saturday ns the basis, shrewd politicians cannot see how the Democrats will be able to get out more than 4,WO votes next November, Just what they polled two years ago, by the way. Beyond the Ill-feeling caused by the Attempt of two or three candidates to effect a combine for the purpose of defeating "Pick" Robinson for proxemitlng attorney, the day was without unusual Incident. The polls opened at 11 o'clock and closed at 7 p. m. All of the return* wtre received before Sheriff Franxhclm cloiv^l his office at 3:15 o'clock yesterday Interning. Ths firwt district that reported was Union, closely followed by Clay. The Officials In these districts counted the Icillots In packages of fifty during th* day. Had the Webster official followed thw sam?- course the return* for the entire county would have been In the hands of Chairman Klncheloe, of the /EOCRATIC ity, April 18, 1896. iiuxaroK. ??DUOK. j cur. oxiox. at ?. 6 ? S i & it I i il l 11! 11 i I s2 ' '' aB "* ^ ^ < H 3 H 76 .414 414 162 183 351 351 319 319 265 2S5 tt 17 158 27 ?7 114 153 67 101 40 248 90 135 97 222 118 157 4 194 127 tt 40 105 72 '50) 122 135 25 99 16 15 221 1M 29 W ^ 100 R3 I* 2176 6372 125 1285 80 ft 14' 111 * 34 W 128 . 15) 2 77 125 62 249 88 129 90 219 91 148 186 109 1? 11 165 84 92 17* 10 227 150 W1 142 26< 59 228 73 79 57 166 77 59 H _71W7 _ 161 _IS7 348 34S 320 _ 253 259 33." county committee, at 2 a. m. The Intelligencer's bicycle courier service aided the committee In getting the returns from the outlying country precincts early In the night. Elsewhere the effective work of the couriers Is described. The surprises of the day were the pronounced victory of W. P. Robinson over John B. Wilson for prosecuting attorney and the great triangular battle waged by Messrs. Walton, White and Mitchell for the circuit court clerkship. Mr. Wilson's greater strength was In the country districts, while Mr. Robinson showed up surprisingly well In the city districts! ?o well, in fact, that he defeated his opponent by 390 majority. The earlier districts that reported gave Major Walton a lead which he maintained throughout the night, until at 3:15 a. m. Webster, with Its 600 votes cs-me In, giving White a plurality of 31, which enabied-bim to comc out of the day's battle 20 votes ahead of Major Walton. There was some talk yesterday of Major Walton asking for a re?' ? ??? nlarlr rxt Vin olrnult UUUUt UL luc "UK lUi vftn ut. va>vM-> court. The remarkable runs of the day were those of George S. Otte. for clerk of the county court, who defeated Platoff Zane by 911 majority, and Bert H. Swart*, who had 990 more vote* for assessor In the city district than his opponent. Justice D. Z. Phillips. Of course Mr. Irwin, for sheriff, won out. Ditto, Noah Zane for assessor In the country district. THE DISTRICT NOMINEES. The SnccCMftal Candidates for School CommlMloner, Couuty Commlulonrrt JniUcn, Conitabln *nd DtltK?tu to the Connly Convention. The successful candidates for the various district nominations, including county commissioner, school commissioner, Justices of the peace, constables and delegates to the county convention, are given below. The most exciting contest In the country was that between ex-Commlsloner James Balrd and Mr. D. M. Thornburg, for county commissioner, in Trladelphia district, Mr. I mi??i . hv a nlt.callltr rtf 12 lllUUlUUifi nuuuue u/ CIU> votes. In the city, the moat exciting 1 contest was for county commissioner in Centre district, where Commissioner Charles Menkemeller wa3 defeated by ex-Commissioner Philip Voelllnger, by ' 4 votes. The returns in detail: Wiuhlnfftoii DUtrlc'* ' .Coflnty commissioner^. W. Stanke. 185; Christian Blum, 230; Blum's majority, 45. School commissioner?W. C. Hanes, 338; (unopposed.) Justices of the peace?Jesse Wells, 319; John Batchellor, 365. Two are nominated. Constable?Lin dsey Carney, 403. Delegates to county convention?Eugene H. Delters, 158; John J. Kenny. 153; Patrick Soally. 141; H. Stein. 135; T. M. Kelly. 132; C. Cunningham, 100; John Batchellor. 81; L. J. Zedcklrr, 109; O. P. Dunlevy, 49; James Bogard, 87; P. P. Dalley, 46. The first three were chosen. Fulton school board?Henry Stein, 40. | Aladlton District. County commissioner?Roy B. Naylor, 341. School commissioner?Dr. E. C. Myers, 242; W. 8. Bereford, 87; Myers' majority. 155. Justices of the peace?W. H. Caldwell, 314; M. Crawford. 271. Two ore nomU oated. Constable?Alonzo St. Meyer*, 322. Delegate* to the county conventionJohn 8. Naylor, IDS; Charles H. Copp, 178; John Loomls,\ 187; A. G. Hadllck, 128; A. Matthews, 50; A. A. Franahelm, 123; J. C. Pickett. 31; W, F. Hanke. 4$; J. D. Crawford, 109. The flnit three were chosen. t'lmjr District. County commissioner?Henry Robrecht. 170; F. H. Lange, 183; Robrecht's majority, 46. School commissioner?A. UpdegrafT, 307; J. G. McLaln, 297. Two are-chosen. Justices of the peace?George ArklC 96; R H. Glllespy, 185; Chris Blebke, 209. Gllleapy and Siebke are nominated. Constables?T. W. Welsh. 285; John Halpln, 42; F. A. Mansfield 19. Welsh and Halpln are nominated. Delegates to county convention?John A. Howard. 219; R. R. Merchant, 191; Prof. John M. Birch. 159; W. W. Arnett, 154; H. Nau, 118; J. G. McLaln, 72. First three are chosen. Union District. County Commissioner?W, H. 8telle, 281.. Bcnooi conun-sHioncr?ji?rc a- miner, 256. Justices of the peace?J. Cahlll, 209; F. J. Burkhardt, 209. Both are nominated. Constables?S. A. Wilcox, 214; W. A. Love, 228. Both are nominated. Delegates to county convention? Jamwi McOlnley. 175: F. Frlese. 162; Char I en Schmidt. 187; J. T. Gray. 121; E. P. Hughes, 131. First three are chosen. Ontrc DIMrlet. County commlisloner^-phlllp Voellnger, 152; Charles Menkemeller. 149; John Schneider, 43; Voellnger's majority, 4. School commJssloner^-C. W. Seabrlfrht, 192; C. L. Hill, 131; Seabrighta majority, 61. Juntlces of the peace?Hugh Dawson, 299; Thomas Fox, sr., 305; both are nominated. Constables?John Shorts, 283; Edward Heifer, 323; both are nomlnatqd. Delegates to county convention?J. J. Conlff, 332: F. Wendel, 323; A. C. Stoet*er, 320. All are chosen. Webtlrr DlMrlct* County commlsstoner-J. Whytp, ZD?; a. r i?uncr, i?o, ?. a. nrwunufi, 107; C. Stevona, 96; Whyte'a majority, Ml. School commlBHloner?E. H. Wlldc, 600. JuRllce* of the pMice?Wllllnm MnnIon, 600; W. B. Connor, 600; both are nominated. Conatable*?M. Hennejran, 600; J. McD^rmott, 600; both ai> nominated. Delegate* to county convention?B. MHghen, Jr., 46.1; J. Carroll, 402; J. A. Wood. 258; Robert Clark. 211; Philip Connhelm, 137; Thomaa Kaln, 167; first threw are choien. Rltrlilr PUtrlrf. Countv commlaaloner?Auguat Fette, I 268. School comnilsnloner?Herman Bent*, 146; J. H. Mlnkemyer, OS; A. Hcmpke, 11; Bentx'a majority, 60. JUHtlcca of the peace? D. J. MoCor- I mlck, 268; B. Lcwedag,#268; both nrc nominated. CoiHt^bJea?If. W. Hpecht, 268; K. Frederick, 268; both aro nominated. Dolegatc* to couney convention?J. B. Handlan, 268; C. J. Otte. 268; W. Fuhrman 268; all ore choaen. TrUtfrlphl* Uktrlcl, County commissioner? D. M. Thornbuf*. 177; Jnmea Balrd, 166; "VV. C. Henry, 17; Thornhurg** majority, 12. 8uhool board-M. Madden, 266; C. / PEIM AB The Vote for County <nu vuri.utciu* tuadelthijl ? & t if ? I i> 233 600 600 28?f 258 HI W 117 47 442 443 162 116 fa 91 ft 14 284 IS 113 405 242 -128 11 41 17 26 S3 146 221 186 143 60 21 20 10 101 42 252 31 43 31 46 36 17 130 10S 26 S3 64 60 10 202 72 222 48 ? 42 26 S 167 68 349 127 208) 160) 461 86 90 42 264 97 176 409 272 184 124 76 83 70 38 267 111 137 - 60 60 42 45 9 156 235 600 600 258 258 13S 134 114 46 432 432 Eisenach. 164; Madden'* majority. 101 Justice* of the peace?J. Bedllllon, 336; H. HelfrnlXHn. 218; C. 8. Terrlll. 234; Bedlllon and Terrill are nominated. Constable* ? William Warden. 377; John Anderson, 286; JJ B. Smith. 66; Warden and Anderson are nominated Delegates to county convention?L. W. Blayney. 873; W. T. Chambers. 200; W. M. Hutchinson. 300; Edward Miller, 133; H. S. Thornburg. 164; Eugene Cotts, 89. First three are chosen. Liberty District* County commissioner?J. N. Farls, *6. School board?Solathlel Curtis, 31; Daniel Forney. 25; James Howard. 21; A. J. McCulloch, 12; S. R. Kelly, 1; Curtis' plurality, fi. Justloes of the peace?R. Sample, 80; I TV III In m Rhnrtq 7f?* hnth nrp nnmlnntod Constables-John Hunt, 79: M. Vermillion, 74; both are nominated. Delegates to county convention?A. C. Harrold, 73: 8. S. Jacobs, sr., 71; Daniel Forney, 36; C. Crumbacker. 36; M. Montgomery, 27; E. McConn, 19; O. McSwords, 18. Harrold and Jacobs arc chosen: Forney and Crumbacker arc tied for third place. Klrlilanil DUlrjct. County commissioner?A. P. McCulloch. 123: J. W. Nichols, 40; McCulloch's majority, 83. School board?J. W. Bmner, 63; George Crlss. 97; Crlss* majority. 34, Justice of the peace?M. McNeill, 156. Constable?Robert Constaln, 156. Delegates to county convention?H. H. Garden, 160; George Ebberts, 160; J. P. Stewart, 160; all are chosen. YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURE* Zanesvill*....LORENA, 4 a. m. Pittsburgh...BEN HUR, fi a. in. Pittsburgh...RUTH, 5 a. m. Cincinnati....VIRGINIA. 8 a. m. Pittsburgh...KEY8TONE STATE, noon. SlHtoraviTle...EVANSVILLE. 7 a. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Newport EVANRVILLE. U a. m. Clarington... JEWEL. 3:30 p. ^n. Parkersburg.BEN HUR. 4 p. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW. Cincinnati....KEYSTONE 8TATE, 8 a. m. Pittsburgh...HUDSON. 8 a. m. | Parkersburg.LIBERTY. II a. m. Matnmoraa.. LEXINGTON, 11 a. m. Clarington....JEWEL, 3:30 p. m. Alone Landing. The mtrJukftt' B p. ?. showed' 10'feet and slowiy^ttUtfig. WeatUftT clear and very warm. Yesterday's tnwboat movements: D.own wUh cbal?Valiant and Maggie, 11 a. m.; Charles Brown, 6 p. m. The Keystone State is to-morrow's Cincinnati packet, leaving at 8 a. m. She already has engagements for lots 01 irentm in uwiricu The Evansvllle made her special Sunday trip to Slstersville and return yesterday. Many people from Wheeling went down to the oil metropolis. The Lnughlln mill, of Martin's Ferry, will ship 1,000 tons of tin plate, nails and manufactured Iron and steel to the south on a model barge which will be loaded tills week. ? ' The Ben Hur aiid Ruth passed up for Pittsburgh yesterday at 5 a. m. Both had heavy freight trips. The Lorena, for Zanesville and Muskingum river points, was alifo doing a good business. Popular Charley Knox's old reliable Keystone State, a boat that plugs along with the best of them, was here at noon for Pittsburgh, havng been detained slightly by heavy way business between Wheeling and Cincinnati. T^e Virginia had a fine passage list yesterday morning and added several passengers here. The excursion business Is now on in full blast, and will continue brisk a? long* ?s there In navigable water. The agent of the line, Captain Crockard. asks that tourists give at least a week'a notice of Intended trips. This is necessary, as all the boats have their cabin accommodations engaged that far in advance of each trip. River Telegram* GREENSBORO?River 8 feet and falling. Fair and warm. Oil, CITY?River 4 feet 4 Inches and falling. Clear and pleasant. WARREN?River 3 feet 6 Inches. Clear and warm. MORGANTOWN?River 7 feet 6 Inches. Cloudy and warm. PITTSBURGH?River 8.1 feet and falling: at the dam. Clear and warm. STEUBENVILLE-Rlver f feet 6 ! inches and falling Clear and warm. Down?Maggio, Valiant, Acorn. Up? Bcii Hur, Ruth, Keystone State, Jacob Heathcrington. PAKKERSBITOG?River 9 feet 3 lnnh.'H nnd fallinor. Clear nnd hnL Down?Liberty, Virginia. Down with coal?B, D. Wood, Pacific No. 2, Ed. Roberts. Up and down?Columbia. Little Kanawha railing. Piano Kfnat bcNolit. We sold a fine Upright Piano woven months ago for 1400 to a lady In this city who 1h now obliged to part with It. In order to sell at once we offer the piano for $265 on payment of $25 cash and $10 per month, or $235 spot cash. The piano Is In perfect condition and can bo seen at our store, 1310 Market street. P. W. B^UMER & CO. ONE Mlntue Cough Cur? touches the right spot. It also touches it at the right time If you take It when you have a cough or cold. See the point? Then don't cough. Logan & Co.. Wheeling, W. Va., B. P. Peabody. Benwood, and uuwis at vu,i unuKvpuiu u, ? I'prlffHi fin no for # !*. Seven month* ago wo Bold a fine Walnut Upright Piano fof $400 to a lady In thin city, who lit obliged to well it at once. In order to do no quickly we offer the Piano for $26.*? on payment of $2.r? caah and $10 per month, or $2X5 cash. The piano l* in perfect condition and can be Been at our itore, 1310 Mark** Btreet. F. W. BAUMBR & CO. SOOTHING, healing, cleanBlng, De? Wltt'a Witch Haxel Halve in the enemy to norm, woundii and pile*, which It never fall* to cure. Btupa Itching and burning. Cures chapped llpa and cold ores In two or thrco hour*. Logan A Co.. Wheeling. W. Va.. B. P. Poatfody. Benwood. and Bowlo ft Co. Bridgeport, O. 1 ___________ ^IES, Nominees: uinrr. richu*d. T~r~wii ? 2 !P J ! kJB ^ 1 8 S P I ! S v I r J 1 s I * & * 3__* h a o a I rn( in ?i or OA OA M ten IMMNNH I W IV *1 OU OQ OU ov iw IB-1 47 6 12 89 47 76 09 146 1321174 5 5 12 22 2 11 IS 1781 <90 11 -4 11 28 8 16 24 ' 1119 7 2 6 15 24 17 51 1129 20 12 6.7 45i 17 27 46 83 32 9*> 1 2 6 10 12 14 26 1116 50 8 18 76 66 67 66 133 107 2027 9U 50 2 14 66 45 42 69 102 53 2047 990 2 9 10 21 35 14 49 1037 46 10 22j 78 78 781 79 1M 153(518513155 imcnousiciiK. ! "IlatuenlUHou" Thinks a Food Injpeetor Should be Appointed. ; To the Editor of the Intelligencer. SIR:?The committee, now revising the city charter of Wheeling, should moke provisions tor a food Inspector. 1 They should gain access, for light on o..K<?n? *1 *U~. nn HCftr. IIIOI. BUI/JCUlf W UIO IK^UIl W? blflo and Infectious Milk," by 8. C. Busey, M. D., and O. M. Kober, M. D.t Washington, D. C. That rejprt says: "The many ways by jvhlch fnllk msy acquire morbific propmles, we see the necessity for the proper protection of the public by placing dairies, the herds and the milk market under a strict sanitary control. The owner of a dairy Hhould be required to subject his stock tj> frequent inspection by a competent veterinarian, and all animals found to be suffering from diseases like tuberI culosls, erysipelas, anthrace, pleuropneumonia. foot-and-mouth disease, septic and other fevers, specific enteretls, and other Intestinal disorders, rabies, tetanus, garget, and other Inflammatory conditions of the teats and udder; and also thoM^mlmals which are being treated wlthTnedlcaments foh nnv nr nil rmiAAR nil nf which Are die , qualified from producing a* pure or sound milk, should be excluded. The milk of animals Ave days before and after parturition Is likewise unfit for human consumption. "The pasturage of the animals should be looked after with the greatest care; the anlmalR should be groomed dally, and before milking the teats and udders should be thoroughly washed with water previously boiled. The necessity for this has been repeatedly pointed out and is of special importance, since we consider the presence of excrementitlous matter and foecal bacteria in milk, result In danger to the presence of disease germs. The requirements of oleanllness apply with equal force as to milkmen and as to their persons and clothing, and they should be requested to keep their finger nails free from dirt and to make a careful toilet Just before milking. All persons engaged in handling the milk should be free from dls.ease. No family ever thinks of employing or keeping a cook afflicted with a communicable disease, yet not the slightest restriction is placed upon, nor a question asked about, the persons who handle our milk supply, which we know affords an excellent culture medium for disease germs. "Absolute cleanliness, of course, should be observed' In transferring and bottling the rnllk, and the retailer should be duly registered and b<* required to furnish th* health officer with a Hut or customers. Tnese lists snouici be arranged at that office on the "lndex-oard system," so that the simultaneous occurrence of Infectious diseases In a number of families supplied by the same milkman may be promptly discovered and the mischief checked." Humanity appeals for proper legislation, both state and municipal?for proper legislation?as to the milk supply and the establishment of "milk laboratories," and of milk-cattle Inspection. HUMANITARIAN. .Wheeling, April 19. Core for Headaches. As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In coses of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to tho bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try It once. Large bottles only flfty cents at Logan Ca's Drug Store. 2 Scrofula Infests the blood of Immunity. It appears in varied forms, but is forced to yield to Hood's (jarsaparllia, which purities and vitalizes the blood and cures ail such diseases. Head this: "In September, 18M, I madea misstep and Injured my ankle. Very soon afterwards, A Sore two inches across formed and In walking to favor it I aprained my ankle. The sore Decatne worse; x couia not pu* my uwi. os and 1 thought X should have to (We op at every step. I could not get any relief nd had to stop work. I read ot a cure of a similar case by Hood's Barsaparllla and concludod to try It. Before I had taken all of two bottles the sore bad healed and the swelling bad gone down. My Foot !i now well and 1 bavo been greatly benefited otherwise. I have Increased in weightand am In better health. I cannot vonnnirli In nraiftft nf Hood'a R*r*flt>H rilia." Mrs. H. Ui.akr, Bo. Berwick, Me. Tbifl ami other similar cures prove thafc Hood's Sarsaparilla I.i the One Triii* IHoimI t*urin<*r. AIMriigalMa, !! l'lrpriroil only Ity 0,1. Itimil A <' ?., I.imi'll, Mm*. u 1# >..? the heat familycalhattta Hood 8 "ilis ami liver stlmulnnl. M& After House Gleaning.., You will need n ruiuI CLOCK In help brlKhtcn the PAHUjft. We have In -' I' " l???? ImHillil III,till Hi VBIt' I It Mr My. r? n Ini * > ... ... ..... price*. f'crhntiR you art* short an 0POQNI9. KNIVKH or rOHRN. W? din hflP you out, Our HTocjK In Urge. Wu can aoll you i>?*t uimlliy MilwV Knlv*n ana Fork* at I'ririw tout (I w?ul?l i>o rhpftptir to u"n thnti Hiccl KiiIvom hum Korku you nrn ronllnonlly wourin* to kiM'p hrluhi. To KtlinmiitR Irnrtn durinjt the dttM moutliN of tli? ywtr, W# \rlll m<ll our jiooiIm lit RicMtly rriMM'cil print*. Wr urn now tfliMjlvjiyi *oni* hi.-* MjOUSH HlflTW nml tlRt,m Tim* will tie iii ureal ufttmnu till* noiipou ftnvn money mw with n Hmt?? Ihnt liuy* KoodH for CftMn, JOHN BECKER 4 CO., JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, 3027 JACOB HTRBBT. |?MH? * T BUCKWCLL'S DURH* Ii JUL 1 Merchants j ft Retail: innDAflfin ? iUJMUMJ. ? Off. | BLACKWEL | TOBACC) I' Too h?vt any dlff ?oap, cut oat this i ?HMf ?<* ??? REFRIGBRAT0R8 Refrige II ENTIRE HBff STOCK i Our line of Refrigerators embrac best man EMEND Use the Electric Carpet Cleanse Bargains! Oroo . We must close out our entire st in order to do so we offer everythln; FIXTURES at cost Come in and get the BEST GC C. V. HARDING <51 J^reMI WCR. MO'XTS CHE For Balo by John KUrl, Whole?aIi am HO^gTURNlSglNa POODS. Jewett's Refrigerators I IMl'ROVKD FOB 1890, 0uarptiiR<i for Economy and Finish. NESBITT & BRO., 1312 MARKET STREET. pOOLTRT NETTING In sIsm one. two, thro?, four. flv? and ?lx foot widths. Any quantity you want. lift). W. JOHNSON'S SONS, 1210 Main Street WALL PAPER. WALL jPAFER. The Largest and Finest Line of WALL PAPER AND ROOM MOULDINGS At all prices, from the cheapest to the finest Special attention given to contract work. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO., 1119 MAIN STREET. _ HOTELS. _____ Hotel Metropole UttAK KMIHU KMT tOBK AVKJWK. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Now o|>po Httloti v rtwH'Uu la nil lis ap polnlmtmi Will* for hum. hnM FHAXk II. si.VMU, I'rop'r. HOTEL- HTCLEN, Michigan Ariniio, MIW IIKKCIi, jiiTi.ANi H) nrt.N.a. llitM |H la ?I0 |ier Werk. llrttad. wrmml (or ftoakltu tinocwRtWH* ~ ^ rAii; worth hnntrln*: Our 4(\? TtfA In wllhnol Huttltl lb* Itm >nhiA |p (Im oil). A (Hal will twin too* you. H, K BF?HRPN8. HIT KUrknt Blr??L I MMlTuip PICE Of ,M TOBACCO COMPANY.1 I AM, H. C. i ??r? you arc cnuucp w receive ^ E E from y(>ur wholesale dealer, HITE STAR jSfAP with all Jlackwell's Genuine Jurham Smoking soap Free wfetueach' pouo? letter 16 ox., ^ ox., 4 ox., or w., packages. t. We have notified every whole* e dealer In thtf United States it we wID aupplythem wHb soap 8;M?&8S!SK jc, and Insist on getting your ip. One bar of Soap free wltb h pound you My. Soap ! ered for a limited time, so order day. Yours very truly, L'S DURHAM 0 COMPANY. SEMftfSS ~~~~4 -G. MENDEL & 00. irators! FROM WHICH TO * SELECT. WE SELL ! on } EHSV RYMENTS. J cs all the new improvements of the ufacturers. rflr rn J-jl-j OC r; 25c per can. I eries! Bargalnal , I ock of GROCERIES by Ma; 1, and 5 in our store, including STOCK and )ODS at absolutely COST. X)., 1306 Market Streejt. [ Ml WIS Tie only mA, run, u4 . reliable Vtmale mi I 0 ever offered to LUIm, r II I A Mpeoltllr reoomaeii. L I ILLUl ed to muritd Wlu. BsmjS&qBkattk MICAL CO., - Cleveland, Okie, 1 3UU11 Agent. STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. fl issa. ? * 1S96. *b We have the largest and *" best selections of......... B Wall Paper SS and H Room Mouldings; Srer shown In thti dty. k ipecial t line of "fiirlpes la Combination!" f gg ctfrlod only by m. A fall Um ol Varnished Tiles B for bnth rooms and kitebtu. Oar , price* nlwnr? in lowkt. OTEatlmntM on Decorating ftm. jgf Work ffu&r&atoed. JOS.GRAVES'SON g No. 26 Twelfth Street through the mall If you IJvo out of Whonllnt W? trv tn keen nil th? out-of-town customers that ever write to ua. Stanton'sOldCity Book Store. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES. Typewriter Ribbons Typewriter Carbon, Typewriter Paper, Typewriter Oil, eta. AT CARLE BROS'., MarkJrtStreot. jg ASTER CARDS. -v l ump vi#iktv. and vert OIIKAP. ALL OK THK LATEST MAiiAZINKH AND FASHION JnPHNAl-S RJECE1VKD. CHEAP IIOHK8, STATION KHV. ALL OF 1;KL HVMNa0 PAPE!,S' _ C. H. QUIMBT. ?l* UN Mark" ?lrwt._ PHOTOORAPHT. T H. HIGGINS. 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