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Bryftiiitcs Would Denounce Jefferson Were He Alive. HE HELD OPPOSITE DOCTRINES flTkiau Ik* Bryan or FrwSllvtr U iuj Aivmlr-UVi Sot Ulm?t?tlUt-II* ?<J.. M.nk.MUh1. Am >?? On* Cmmmcy to Conform with That of Other JUUoiu-\Yo? tie 1.1 Undard Moo?A Dcmocrotle P*U'r'? TerriHe Arreignmmt. In commenting edlltorlatly on the farcical fact that the Bryan or silver wing of the Democracy celebrated Jefferson'# blrtbday all over the country, anil set up the absurd claim that it represented the only true Jeffersonlon Democracy. the New York Times, the ablest Democratic paper in the metropolis, shows that the very reading of Jefferson's principles, as written by himself, would break up a free silver banquet. The Times shows Thomas Jefferson held views on the money question the very opposite of those advocat-*! ^by Iirynn cuiu om uibuv ???.-. u^uw.. ... lowers, and that they have no right # whatever' to' lay claim to being J*fl>rsonlan Democrats. Following in ti i portion of the Times*' article, which appeared in Tuesday* paper. We suppose tt can be twltl the Demoi cratic party was In full operation by the time Jefferson left Washington * cabinet in January. 1794, and he was lt? first leader, Its first candidate, its first President. To-day. the one hundred and fifty, fourth anniversary of the birthday of this great man. the Bryanites and Populists, responding to the Invocation of James K. Jonen. chairman of their nat tlonal committee, will come together Br' In various towns and cities of this coun - I Try 10 ceieonne ? ?? *?iu? m?? ? . themselves with the delusion that they are his political heirs, and that their villainous principles have come down to them from him. They have perverted to their dishonorable purposes the festival day of Democracy. They have seied upon the name of Its founder to Rive standing and credit tu (heir spurious organization. Just as they seized upon the Chicago convention ami made l a two-thirds Populist majority by acts of violence that compelled every Demojf " cratlc delegate to decline all part in its , proceedlnj?-" And in their meetings L! and banquets to-day they will garnish h their advocacy of freo silver, free V: plunder and free riot with quotations | from the writings of Jefferson. $< It is worth while on this birthday nf Jefferson to call to mind the political a? doctrines he tausht and applied, if for f no other purpose than to show that !' Chairman James K. Jones desecrates r/ his memory and does violence to his Br nHncinlM when he calls together in his I name the handrui of scheming rogues . and many foolish dupes who make up up the party of Bryan. Thomas Jef; tenon wan not a thieving coin-chlpper, ? at any rate, and that deprives Chairman Jones of all right to assemble the i? free coinage multitudes on his birth? day. The most compact and comprehensive |f: statement of Jefferson's political prlnk;v. clples. of course, is that famous passk ace from his flrst inaugural address. V (1S01): . "Equal and exact Justice to all men, #>-: of whatever state or persuasion, religious or political; peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none; the t'; support of the state governments in all I*. their rights, as the most competent administration for our domestic concerns, with government bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies; the preserl>. vat ion of the general government In Its e whole constitutional vigor, as the h sheet anchor of our peace at home and g safety abroad; a Jealous care of the right of election by the people?a mild t and safe corrective of abuses which arc lopped by the sword of revolution t, where peaceable remedies are unpro? vlded; absolute acquiescence in the deE' clslons of the majority?the vital princlple of republics, from which there la no appeal but to force, the vital prlni; clple and immediate par?n: of despot| Ism; a well-disciplined militia?our best Irenanic in uiki i<u iu*j mov my ments of war. till the regulars may relieve them; the supremacy of the civil over the mill tan* authority: eeon. omy in the public expenditures, that labor may be lightly burdened; the hnnest payment of our debts, and sacred preservation of the public faith* encouragement of agriculture, and of commerce. Its handmaid; the diffusion of Information and arraignment of all abuses at the bar of public reason: freedom of religion, freedom of the press and freedom of person under the protection of the habeas E corpus: and trial by Juries impartially selected?theso principles form the ft bright constellation which has gone before us and guided our steps through an age of revolution and reformation.'' Washington, or anw Federalist who fj loved his country. might hayp subscrlbi ed to these principles. They were not the exclusive possession of a man or <?f a party, but were the common possesion of all patriots at that time. Hut Bryan cannot accept them. The reading of them would break up a free silver banquet If the banqueters were sincere men, and their acceptance and application to public nfTalrs would disperse the Bryanltc party and blast the |:. cause of 16 to 1. "The honest payment of our debts, K and sacred preservation of our public r' faith"?that single phrase consumes ! tbe_Cblcago platform in a flash! "Tne arnujfnmen". or an auuscs at tne ; j bar of -pubJl?* reason"?the Indorsement ' of Debs and freedom of riot cannot stand a#caln?t that. Rioting Ik not rea- I non. There Is not a word here In JuriI- i flcatlon of upllttinK the dollar, cheat- i in ft creditor*, robbing wage ea rner*. betraying the nation's honor and devastating the country with panic and bankruptcy. Th<* absolute contrary | of all these Bryan I te proportions is affirmed. Hut Jefferson held and expressed views specifically in relation to money that every free coinage man must spit upon If he if honest. in February, 17^2, he wrote to Hamilton a short l< tt< r i giving: his views of Hamilton's "It'*port | on the Mint." "I concur with you," ho wrote, "In thinking that the mint should stand on both metalH," a sentence from which blmetalllsts have derived Immeasurable comfort. Hut what follows shows that Jefferson was not a blmetalllst at all. and clearly passes on the fatal vice of the double standard: "1 very murh doubt a right now to A True Maxim. Nothing succeeds like success, in a maxim well applied to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, for this famous remedy succeeds in curing every case of croup, cough and cold which it undertakes, and to this alono is due its wonderful popularity. Mrs. E. W. Richards, 2214 E. Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa., states : "1 liavo had Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup 011 my bureau for the last nine years, and hare found it a certain and safe cure for croup. I hare also found it efficacious in extreme membraneous croup, and would advise all mothers to use it." Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup Costa only 25 cents, nnrl you should bear in mind, that niibatituton imply benefit the dealer'* puree. In- j BlBt oo getting Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. ! MiatfkfciLv... ^ COLDS Mtinyon'a Cold Cure ctire* cold* In the hwuL cold* on the tunic*, old new rolda arid (tiwllnul" eoMa, and *11 form* ??f Krtp. Stop* Mti?*>xliiK. <ll?<harRcii from the nn*m an'l pvm, prevent* catarrh, lli'h'rvrt*. pneumonia and all inroat and lut.a trouble*. Then#. pl?4Miit little pellet a are ahrtulutfly harmleM. have *nved thouMinds of live* aud prevented much *ical neu. Price, ttc. Ill IVIIJNIUIVO Improved Homoeopathic Home Itemed* Company pu? up a RMwrate cure for each dtsenve. At nil (lruKiclfttM, montiy 55 cent*. CSulde to Health tree. Personal h-tier* to Prof. Munyon. I50f Arch street. Philadelphia, Pa., answered with free in^dlcnl ad vie* for any illf-a**. change the value, nnd especially to lessen if. Jt would lead to ho ensy & mode t?f paj inn off their debts. H?*IUes, the parties Injured by this reduction ot the value would have no much matter to urge In support of the first point of fixation. Should It be thought, however, that Congress may reduce the value of the dollar, I should he In favor of adopting fbr our unit, Instead of t lie dollar, either one ounce of pure silver, ??r oue ounce of standard silver, so as lo keep the unit of money a part of the system of measures, weights, and coins." That is. he would reduce silver to the status of mere merchandise, the silver unit passing from hand to hand by weight. the value taking care of iiseiE. Any tllverite with spunk enough t?? <Uw nounco the "crime of 1873" Would want to hang Thomas Jefferson in effigy if he understood the full meaning of that passage. Hut Jefferson made it clearer In his "Notes on the Establishment of a Money Unit." "The proportion between the values of gold nnd silver Is a mercantile problem altogether: * Just principles will lead u* to disregard the legal proportions altogether; to inquire Into the market price of gold In the Mover*! countries with which we shall principally be connected, and to take an average from them." Gold and silver to be measured against each other Ilk" hay and potatoes or cotton and wheat! The lTnlte<5 States of America to "tak-- an average" ratio from the foreign countries with which they trade! Death and furies! this Is not the "free and unlimited coin* age of lM??h silver and gold at th- |>res ent legul ratio of 16 lo 1. witnout waning for the aid or consent of any other nation!" This is the gold standard nakrd and unblushing, and these views Jefferson never recanted. As late as 1512, writing to a member of Congress in opposition to a measure of inllation. he declared that if the country's currency was to stand on equal terms, "the common measure of value should he as nearly as possible at pur with that of the corresponding nations." This is the revolting doctrine of honest money so vehemently combated in ?W0 speeches by William J. Bryan. Is not every follower of his bound to have no feeling but contempt and loathing for a statesman who shamelessly maintains that our unit dollar ought to be as g<??d abroad as it Is here? Where does the cheating come in? How are th?? corporations to be ruined and the financiers of Wall street to he brought to their knees with this Jeffersonian standard of value as the basis of our currency? Jefferson was too much of a politician to be always a consistent statesman. But he never wavered in his belief that the national honor must be preserved and the public debt honestly paid. In short, he was an honewt man. and that disqualifies him from holding th?; post of patron paint of the Bryan ite party. In partitioning the effects of the Democratic party th?? Chicago mob took only the name and organtz&uon. i ne vuai principles of tho party and th?* mantle of Thomas Jefferson fell to the lot of th#? men who met In Indianapolis in September _ OXE DISEASE AXD ONE REMEDY. ? The art of painting." wild Mfllals "consists In selecting the right colon and putting them In the rlsht place. "The way to win a battle." said Napoleon. "Is to moss your troops at the critical moment against the weakesi spot in the enemy's line."?"The way u cure many ailments." said the great Dr. Abercromble, 'is to purify the poisoned spring In which they arise, generally the torpid und Inflamed digestive system." Thus wisdom ami experience simplify and condense. Thus the Snakers ol Mount Lebanon reasoned when they sought, and finally found a remedy foi Indigestion and dyspepsia. Where one person' has something else, they argued. u thousand have this. To cure this alone will almost rid the world of sickness. Why should we vex ourselve* with confusing definitions? A good digestion Is life and health; a bad one illseu.se and death. . Hence, from th? lieaimK nnu .^uinuiavuiH uiuuu>a<i. herbs, I hey extracted tlie principle.which make the Shak??r Digestive Cordial. the rarest and most effective o( medicines for one disease, and one onl> ?Indigestion und dyspepsia. Do you tfiilTer from any of these miserable feeling*??depression of spirits, heaviness and pain In the stomach of! ter meals, bid tast?* In the month, wind j in the bowels, irritable disposition, iter. vous weakness and alarm, worry an! I ivearlneas. costiveness or Irregularity oi the bowels, nausea, palpitation. siok I headache, heartburn, los-4 of appetite I und sleep, dry skin. etc.?7 Don't Indulge In fifty foolish fnncb* j You hav Indigestion and dyspepsln and nothing eiifi. Set the dlaoi lere? | stomach rluht with the i>n?' mcdlclm | which will purely do It. Hhak'-r Digestive 0?rdfa', unit thes<- .symptoms nil, j vanish with their cause. A good eflfeel [ will follow the tlrst dos^s. JSvtu cbr<?nl< cases soon yield. I i>?t the cordial, at practicalls' n< I cost, ?>v taking a ten-coni trial ijatcii For eale by nearly all druggists. | BATES TO NEW YOBK , To tl>? <*raut .Hmnimriit Meditation on (lie 'Jllli lint. The passenger department of th< Trunk Line ami Joint Truffle Assocla tlona have agreed upon (hi; folfotvln* fares for the transportation of the public for the (Irani Monument ceremonies to be held In New York, on April 27 1807, as follows: Flrst.?That from Trunk Line West erti Ternilnl, namely, Niagara Falls Buffalo, Imnklrk. Salamanca, N. V. ?nrl all ;iolnti In the slat.* of New YorJ west thereof; from Erie find Pittsburgh l'a.; Bellalre, Ohio.; llnK, Park"?* burg and Huntington, W. Vn? one flrwt class limited fart- for each passenger foi the round trip to New York City ant return. Second.?That from points west of th< Trunk I.lne Termini, viz.: Nlngarf Kalis, Buffalo, hunkirk. Salamanca. N Y , arid ICrff. Pittsburgh. ?Vi.; Ueilalrr Ohio; WJie?llng, Parkers burgand Hun tlngt'iu, \V Va . on?- and one-third fan for each passenger for the round trip h New York ?*ltv and return. Third. Tickets to he s?dd and cmi, going from April jm, to ajitii -i?, un-mslvo; ito'mI fur t< Mini. |--,ivlruj New Vorli City t<? firi'l in< imlliir Mny t Kourth.?T-'rom point* of ill \v<uitern Trunk Lfno Tcniiloli namely Niagara BVMto, Buffalo, Dunkirk; s.ii.i manoa, N v . Brio anil Pltttburgh.Pa. BtfHalra, Ohio; Wheeling. Parkcr*burj and Kuntlngton. Went Vo. on'o flrnt i-i ihs f>ir<* for each pa Monger for tin round trip: tlckM* to In- void nnd ?!" ?? going on April except that ft? ?? polnte within one hundred and flfti rplfea of Nftw York they may ai*6 bj .mild ami f-ro-id going April L'7. r.iuruin; to April In<liixlv??. No reduction wll bo mftdo from any point h ni thar twenty-live mil'*'5 from N-w Vork ?'II \ KiftN -For tho transportation of m!li tnry and other organisation* in unl form, fr .??*? Trunk Line territory cant the We.steu 'JYt riiini. n.imrly, NIhj;ui ,1 ^adaMfcii.. Palli. Buffalo, Dunkirk. Salamanca. X. Y.; Eria and Plltaburnh. Pa.; Bcllalre. Ohio: WhfHInic. parkoratmnr and Huntington, W. V? . a rata of one e?nl p.-r mile for organisationa number in* leia than tw*nty-Avu pvrwn*. travelling on u nolld contlouou* pa?*a*P ticket in each direction?provided, however, that the fare* from point* adjacent to if,. Wt-surn Tsrmlal, a* above ?tai*d. snail mauc w m.ii ? v<?.. double locals or fxcuridon fare*. nddrd to tlit oqe ctnt per mile, will not mak<a k?w??r furc than the fare authorised from the West?m T rmlnl point*. Sixth.?For the transportation of military and other organization* In uniform. In bodies of twenty-flve and upwards, from point* went of Trunk Line Termini, viz : Niagara Fails, Huffulo. Dunkirk. Salamanca. N. Y.; west of Erie. Pitts burgh, Pa.; Bella ire. Ohio.; Wheeling. Parkeraburg and Huntlng! ion, W. Vn, one Arm-Hans limited fori' for each passen, trav.iflng 'on u solid : continuous pa*?it'rfe ticket In each direction. LOCATED AT LAST. A Divorced Wlfr who llatl Rnu Away with llrr Child Pound la CnllforiilN. LOS ANOELES, Cal.. April 14.?After a search of four yearn Edwin II. Mob lor. a millionaire lumberman of Minneapolis. hus located hi* divorced wife. Loru Maude, and their eight-year-old child, i'aul Raymond Moh/er. Th? woman was found yesterday afternoon In Pasadena, where nhe has been living for live months, under the name of Austln. .She wuj hi once brought to Los Angeles and now 1.1 In charge of the sheriff. The story of her disappearance l< a Strang*' one. She and her husband were raarrJrd in Minneapolis ten years ago and in 1893. a divorce whs granted Mrs. Mohlcr on the ground of Incorapatibll!ty. she receiving the custody of the child. Mohler, some month.* later, !> cam suspclous of the health of thf child and applied to the superior court of Hennepin county, Minn., for the custody of the child. After many hearings and a bitter Ugh:, he was awarded the child, bu: his wife frustrated thin by mysteriously disappearing with the infant son. .She had given out that she was going to Florida, but really came - I.. 1 ^ \ (o caiuornm. ??? Deteetiv.??< t-xxiureii the country and finally 1'etited her In Pasadena. Hh?? had married atr iin and was living untie:* the name of Austin. EXTENSIVE CONCESSIONS ( ratifed an American Kyudlrate bf thr (lovrrnintiil of llondura*. NEW YORK. April 14.?A dispatch to the Herald from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. says: The Honduras syndicate, composed of iiromln+ttt .\mericans, to-day received from the government valuable coneesflon*. The syndicate represented by Messrs. Henry L. Sprague and Washington Valentine, and includes the Asters. the V.fht ; ami President Depew. ?-f the New York Central railway. The concessions which have been granted | by the Administration are ol the moat xtensiv<? nature The American projf-ot.Ts ar" ?'mpowcred to undertake the building of an inter oceanic railway and : > establish a tfl^.tmshlp line on the Atlantic comm (.? connect wJlh Ncjv Turk. The syndicate may also organize bank* in the republic. take measures to Hnanc?* the foreign debt, collect customs. administer the general finances, control th<: mining tntenvtaof the country and arranoe for all immigration privileges. The Congress will ndjourn on Saturday. Tiio affairs of'Honduras are progressing favorably and th<* administration of President Bonilla is very strong. SEVEN DROWHED. An Kutlre Family's Death Canted by a Fain tailed Bull. HELENA. Ark., April 14 -A distressing accident has occurred ten miles west of this city, resulting in the drowning of a family of seven negroes, i Sylvester Sanders, a tenant on the Joel . Biggins farm, where the current has been so swift as to threaten the de- j > cructton of the house, loft with his family, wife anil five children, for hiuii , ground. 1'n fortunately be took into hi* Hat boat u IarK<* bull, which he valued very highly. When near the Callcott place and within a mile of the hills, the bull, which was almost famished, attempted to eat the small limb* of the willow tree.* through which the* boat ' was being laboriously pushed. Th" animal's action tipped the boat and friRhtened the Inmates who made frantic efforts to right if. In the excitement the animal kicked th?* side of the boat to i pieces and the entire family was drown. ed. Som? negroes saw th^m. but were i unable to render nny assistance. Karnirr Ilohtml by ffMkfd Mm. 1VALTHAM. Mass.. April 13,-Charles \ Henry Teele, ? farmer who lives ulone near Walt ham. was robbed of |200 early to-night, by two masked men. who left him bound and gagged. Teele was adzed and dragged Into a bed room, where he was thrown in the bed and nc.curvly bound with n heavy rope. The fnen then i prepared a gag of cloth, which they sat urated with kerosene. and stuttea into I the man'* mouth, while all over the bed loom floor and furniture they j>jured nil ; the keros?ne they could find In the : lamps and cans ubout the house. When this was done the men standing JJrectly n.vr the bed told Teele that i they would M t the room on fire If he I did not give up hie money. He then told thr ni where It was hidden. I CrocUery Factory llnriiril. LONDON. April 13.?The Interior of W. J KeJd & Company's crystal pnl* nee, the largest crockery establishment ' in went, rn Ontario, was destroyed by fir. to-night The r<?nt at the main building caved and three firemen were carried down. They were nil seriously hurt. The loss will reach $70,000. 1 HALL'S Hair Ucnewer Is pronounced the preparation rnado for thlcken? Ing the growth of the hair and restoring that which is gray to Its original : color. WHO can fall to take advantage of this offer. Send 10 sent* to us for a generous , trial size or ask your druggist. Ask for ICIy'f* Cream Balm. th?? most positive catarrh cure. Pull size 50 cents. KLY. HIP )S . M Warren St., N. Y. City. i nuiirrtru ?' ? kind ever since I \viih n boy, and I never c hoped tor euro, Iml Ely'* Crnatn J?aJi? t.? ?!o ev?*n that Many ar<jualm' anc?f* have U3<mI It with oxoelh nt re#ultt?. _Oj?ear nntrutn, 45 Warren Ave., Chlca' *' Many Think! Whon it was said to the woman:"Id itorrow nhalt thou bring forth ohilI dren," that a perpetual curse wan fironouneed, but the thrill of joy felt ?y every Mother when ebo clasps to her heart her babe proves the contrary. True, dangers lurk in the pathwny of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided. "Mother's Friend" Ho prepnrrs the nyptem for tho change i taking place that the final hour is robbed of all danger and pain. Its ?f?n iiiflurex safely to the life of both Mother and child, and makes childbirth easy and reeovery more rapid. Bonl It* Mull,mi rMeoll't of rrlr?>.fl?) I'F.H POTTLE. Ho'i?. ' 'In i.immunt Mnthnr*," m ?i;l fi?*,ooiv (nl/ilne *nluutil? IntorrotUoD uu>l rolanUr/ trsU> r Tho fimdflrM lUfiuUtor Co., AtlcaU, (Jft* l SOLO ?* ALL ORUQQirte. v A-h f Never rf X out o J that A\/v !\fsq: Lm I for every 1 rj__ J Peddlm ud ?ome unicmpuloi OCUU or " the umc as Pctrline. .. t-? * and it your croccr sent it Back honc?t?Itniit tact. THE GREEK MINISTER lu Tnrk?y lid all ?!? f arc Willidrawn. NKW YORK. April If?A dispatch to the Herald from Constantinople ways: Prince Mavrooordato, the Greek mlnl*| ter to Turkey, went ycaterday to the Hublinie porte to take leave of the for| elgti minister. He uwalts orders from his government to atari for Athene. The sublime porte hux sent the neceaI Hary travelling expense* for the event I ual return of its representative and of Its consul* in Greece. The porte has addressed a note to the | great powew, drawing attention to the unre.iMnahle action of Greece and iieclariiitf that Turkey will maintain a de| fenslve attitude, but in cane of another invasion, such as that of last Friday, and which wan evidently prepared *\lth the consent of the Hellenic authorities the porte will feel obliged to command its generalllsslmo to act in the same , manner. I The porte also alluded to the enormous expenses Incurred through th* hostile attitude of Oreece, and asserted | its Intention of asking the nupport of the great potvers in claiming indemnity I from the proper quarter. MEXICAN BERATE J Arranging for a Treaty which Ilaa Bean I Hanging Plrr. MKXICO CITY. April It.?The senate is debating the treaty fixing the boundary of thla country with the British roion*' of Belize. The treaty was negoI tlated between the foreign relations minister. Mariacat, and the British minister. Sir Spencer St. John, and was -helved In the */?naf'? ?win# to <h?' popular clamor against It. although the ireaty was in no sense ?n abandonment >f the Mexican territorial rights. There had always been strong sentiment here :?gHiiMt Kngland for occupying what is believed to be Mexican territory, but us time has gone on It was seen that luvas sound policy to adjust th?? pending boundary dispute and the treaty Is now i llkelv to be ratified. Business and flnan rial interests favor the fettlement of this question definitely, as It I* possible trouble with England In the future inl?ht result. The lower house of Congress I? debati Inn a general extradition law on which | all future extradition treaties shall be ba^'d. The practice is not sufficiently I uniform at present: A BURNING TRAMP, nta Companion* t'udtrtake to Rum Illro I Alive to (act Kid of lllm. BUFFAIX), N*. Y.. April 14.?A special to the Courier, from Kane, Pa., | says that las: night as a Philadelphia and Erie railroad train was passing out from Johnsonburg. the trainmen werp horrified to see the body ofamnn lying on a pile of turning ties near the railroad track. The train was stopped and n brakeman succeeded In pulling the man from his awful position. Hh clothing was In Homes nnd almost the entire body was badly burned. The man Is very reticent concerning the affair, but says that a number of men with whom he was tramplna.bound him hand and foot nnd threw htm upon the fire to get rid of him. The injured man will not divulge the names of his enemies. Practical Christianity.' MEMPHIS. Tcnn., April 14.?The r?H?.i.?i*n if?f V#??r York, which is edited by the Rev. T. De "Witt Talmage, will ?end a relief boat down the river from Memphis. George A. S<?amnn. :t repr??Hentatlve of the Christian Herald, has come to this city from NewYork in order to conduct this expedition. Yesterday Mr. Seaman chartered th?* tue. Welcome, and bought two tons of provisions for her oar fro. Thursday morning tb? Weloome will start down the river and ?he will be gone about a week. Mr. Seaman will distribute the supplies to the overflowed people In need of them. Mystery Partially (IrarH. SALT LAKE, VIah. AprJJ H.-Thc body of the roan found In the Weber liver yesterday, at Ogden, Is believed to be that of E. A. Kilday. of New York. On hi* clothing was found a memorandum book In which was written: "If lOHt, return to Edward A- Kilday. 1241 liroadway. New York. if anything serious occurs notify Mrs. E. A. KMday, 318 Johns jrtreet.Snn Francisco." Th?? body appears to have been In ( the water about two moniha. Amhmiadar tiny Sail*. NEW YOltK, April H.-tfllonrl John Hay, United States ambassador to the | court of St. James, sailed for England to-day on the American line steamship. St. Paul. He wan accompanied by his | wifo ?nd oldest daughter. AMERICANS are the most Inventive ! people on earth. To them have hern Issued nearly 600.000 patents, or more than one-third of all the patents Issue! In the world. No discovery of modern yearn haa been of greater benefit to [ mankind than Chamberlain's Colic, I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or has I done more <o relieve pain and suffering. J. \V. Vaugn. of Oak ton, Ky., says: "I 1 have used Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera I and Diarrhoea Remedy In my family for several years, and find it to be the best medicine I ever used for cramps in | the stomach and bowels. For sale by druggist*. If ll?r Hfthy It Cutting Treth He sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. Jt soothes the child, softena tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and Is the best* remedy I for diarrhoea. Twenty-flvo cents a bottle. imvf&nr. WUIEN n cold Is contracted, cure It nt once. One Minute Cough Cure will set you on the toad to recovery In a j minute. It will cure pneumonia, bron1 fhltln. croup and nil form* of lung and throat troubles. Charles It. Ooetr.e. cor, ner Market and Twelfth streets; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport; Pea body & Son, Ben| wood. s "Ilnw In Cure All fckln Dlif?i??."' Simply apply SWAYNK'fi OINTMENT. No internal niwllclnn required. I'uroa iftt??r, rrxoma,. Itch, nil eruption* on tho facp, handn, noso, etc., leaving tho akin dear, white and healthy. It* great Ing nnd curatlv* powers aro poM*?t?cd by no othar rmiwly. A*k your drugKlKt for B WAYNE'S OINTMENT. Mlisftw IIKJSOHAM'S PILLS for wind and dlXtP'Hg nfl*r rating. OASTOHIA. lead of Pearline ? ! Not a bit of it! That is f the question. Probably not of the many washing-powders have been made .to imitate rline would claim to excel it ' way. All they ask is to be ered "the same as" or "as >d as " Pearline. But they're ot even that. Pearline is toay, just as it has been from the rst, the best thing in the world kind of washing and cleaning. its proccrs will tell jo\i " this U as good u" IT'S FALSE?PcarJino i? never jx-ddlcd, Is voa *oiaelLini? in plaec of Pearl i no. he 534 JAMES PYI.K, New York. WBZBIQB8* When you Bond for ft physician T and ho yreacrtbea ?om? whiskey, T j you should set only the VERY + iiL'ST. o j Klein's P4,rk<' | Silver Age KyC has ?tood the test of yearn, and It < 1 4 is recognized as the PEER OF i > A A.LL WHISKIES. < , 1 la la BoJd at a uniform price of . T $1.60 jK;r quart by all flrbt-class dealers. If you cannot get it near ' ' 4 at hand, send to us Xor It < < t MAX KLEIN. j' X Wholesale Liquors, j 82 r?4?r?i Street. AlllGWSY. PC pure i whiskey j you hardly know wbat that'meanyff unless you've obtaiued your supply' j | from our stock > ^ *i?OT. doz.*> ! . trtmitUx*. I3yra.ul4, 2.00 2000 Glbton. >0 \1.30 IS. 00 j Finch. n - }l.S5 IS;00 Gibson,. 6 Mt ,1.00 IO.OO, rineh. ift } 1 00 10 00' |Overboil, 'ft M ,1.00^10.00^ and we put them up in FULL quarts - I ?we carry only tbe fullest line oC; all grades^, wiucs^ liquors,** cor-ti j disls, 'brandies,"etc. j Send* for a j complete price Iittj' OLD E*ro?T*WMiw(i?^ 1 /! the lovalid'* friend?t|ic pa? ; iciau's atindby ? the *goo<fV -fellow1* ' choet I1.00 full-quart*-*1* quart* |? , ,Wf ?eod ?n jio ordtti free of charge (0 an j *ddre*.?. JOS FLEMING SON, | | WholataU and llttail Or^tti. ^ j 1 MARK6T STv PITTSBURG. PA. j Sold bv JOHN Kf.AKI. cor. Sixteenth and Market *tre?ts, Wheeling, W. Va. MEDICAL. ELY'S CREAM BALK !* poaitlrrctir*. Apply Into the nnctrtl*. It la quickly absorbed. CO ! carta at Druxtta or by mai!: aaraplca 10c. by mail. ELY BBOTIlKBfl. U Warwa 8L% Mew Toite CUj. MADE ME A MAN CP\ wSi 'iS'JS meet m4 ?Oac?a m OURS wb?r? *11 other (*li In? ? hi?d bitlu tko ?*nalne Ajai Tfbleta. They hurt,ramd tboosMxWtad willenrvroo. We aim po?itlv* written ro?r?ntM to ?fleet ?rum? UIAM ia i Mchoucor ratnnd the njon?r lMeeWy l?ij*r , l*ck?Mi or tu |iif (roll tnwlmant) for 12JV. II7 mall. In pltln wmrpw. ?ran iwlrt u! Pri??. circular AMX REMEDY CO., For gala In Wheeling, W. Va., by hog an . Drug Co. io23-ttb?J j 0% Clil?h??t#r'a ftwlUb DU*?ft4 Brmml. PENNYRtfYAL PILLS I OrlclMdl ui Onlf Cm?l?r. A rttit, *I*M> . uBiit lit aL\ >.j\ tiVM nmjilrt f*t i?ir4M<?r ? }Wuk 0i? JVVV hJprt*i in iu4 ' 1 <;?u B-"*1 " \y T~V ??IU ? ? rtfctoc. T?Wo VJy 4U jM^fZ-Jnwotkrr. hifw ' '"f I W - Jf la <> !? i? j??rtlru.n? Miiwtitli ?t>a \r 0 Itollt* ft?r tnhu.r.K mar* I ?X /F Mail- ?*.?oo **?- /w. | (wu tj ?u UMI i>rmim. iiaicdik, my'JS?mt h&g?w/o<* w lAWM* MJ* THE 1 TO 4 DAY CURE nr C?inrr??% CVft. UtwrAee u4 Ei'Hwtmrto >. tTHofula. >o8t?ia. FracETrian. rtETT.VTH milCTrnt and all rniVATBDISEASES. il 'rmitoii; rar(t.OI. Dl ftlNBY *i*t, Vk MALVDOR MFC. CO., UDOMter, O., U.3-A myg.ttti&s FEATHER RENOVATOR. Wives and Housekeepers. TELEPHONE NO. 805. I To All Whom It May Concern: The underpinned have purchased ltamll. ton's Improved Feather Renovator, and alno an Improved Carpet Heater. which la guaranteed to neither rip nor rnvel. ana are notv prepared to do work promptly and at reasonable prices. Work culled for and delivered free of charpe. Leave or- , firm at H. I.uke'a Livery. No. 1430 Market itrcet, or address FORD & HANNEN, Corner eighteenth and Chaplin* 8tre>et?, Wheeling. W. Va. j INSURANCE, XX K AT, USTATin TITLE INSURANCE. Jfyou parch*1** or tunic n lontionrHl rtmto luvo the lltU ituuru I br Hi * Wheeling Title and Trust Co., NO. 1315 11AUKKT RTHWX II. M. RU88K1.I. 1. F. BTIFI'U 1'rtMldont -k-omtarr. C.l. RAWUMi K L RINUI.KTON. Vlec PraUdsnt. Am'I JV<'rot*rf. <? K. ? UlLCllttldT, Iliamlucr ol TUle* .. do 17 REAL ESTATE. IPOJEZjBENT." 7 room*. bath, all Improvcmfntt, it Leather-wood, n?-ar nt?tlon. 7 rooam No. VI Indiana *trf*t M room*, hath. No. Ujl H. Hroadwgv fit, fi room*, hath. No. ??7 N. York >tr-?u f? room" No. 23CC Cliarleft afreet. L room* No. South Huron atrpot 6 room* No. 50 Seventeenth ffl/oct, li loom*. Uttlll, No. H '/.ni,f ni i k. r? room* on Brie street, 111-0" fi rooms No. 46 Bouth Broadway !i room*, hath. No. 106 Fourteenth rr^ fi room* No. 12G Houth Klin ?tr?et fi room* and V.tiU No. 32 Thirteenth tit 4 room* No. i"1! South Wabuh at &-rooma houft*. 10 acre* of land, at Kirn Grove. C rooms No. 12C Virginia street. ROLF & ZHNE,* No. 30 FourUeiyh Str<et. FOIt SALE. 4 shares Exchange Bonk Stock. 20 shares Riverside Irom tornpony Slock. $2,000 Tirst Mortgage Bonds, h per cent coupons, payable October 1st and April 1st. Gr. O.'SMITH, R^il Estit*. Kite Insurance, Surety BontL. Exchange Bonk Buifdincj. FORjaBNT No, 154 Nineteenth direct $ * r? 4 rooms S?ib?-rt Honiv5ti-a.ii .,t 4 moms Set tort Homestead v ^ No. ?17 Chaplin*street, 2 rooms..... . : No. HI .Slxtf*wh street 23 r-) No. Z*J2 Main, street . / No. 4Z2 National Uomi ; No. 71 Seventeenth street, 4 room? 4 room* on Alley In rear of 120 Fourteenth utreet.i. .. s ? No. 14?' Main street, 4 rooms .; No. C07 Cha|?llne street , No. 1614 Main utreet, 4 room*, both j>utse* .:: > No. 23S Main street, 3 room*, both (Taunt furnished, for . < vi No. 1 'Si Fourteenth street . . ? . No. tic Seventeenth street, both ira?f# i: >, No. 123 Fourteenth street, both Ka*" n /; No. 1C22 Main street, store room, both ?ra?<i ? ?.*. . 17 oo No. 137 Main st.. salo<Jn and 3 room* . :o % No. 34 sixteenth street, store room . iJ yj HesJdenee lldKlnxton Lar.r. 11 rootna. 3 acre* ground, 200 fruit tree; . ?. W" I'SU \lo1n J 00 Saloon in Ma/Un'n Ferry ... 15 ? 4-Roomed house, Crescent Place. . 7 Pi 3 houses near Manchester Coal Works, east of 1ft. de Cbaotal J-">e?cb 3 rooms Sribcrt property, on Inc creak..,. . 5M No. 23(2 Market street. black?ml:h shop ?? Stable rrar of Orman Bank. FOR BALE. Ground 100 feet t?quar?? on Twcnty-scv. cnth street, with building thereon Kesld^ncv on Jacob street for $1,1(0. No, ?07 Thapllne street. J7.?* FftV-roomod hou*r nouth*'a*t rorucr ct EM**beth and Twelfth street. J1.1A Real estato of every description. JAMES A. HENRY. Real Estate Awnt. Collector, Notary Public and Pension Attorney. No. 1612 Ma n strict. ap'.'j FOBBENT. 65 South York street, 7 rooms }i* (fl 35 Ohio street, 5 rooms !0 M 73 str<*>t. i rooms 10 05 43 South York street, 7 room? and bath ? Office rooms with elevator service, hear and light, centrally located. Money to loan on city real estate. FINK&BRAUNLICH. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Phone C87. HO Market 8tre?t, ' ? n _i nooses ana nooms lor m\ No. TO Indiana street 7 room.*. J1S.0Q. Office rooms KibMra Building. 2 room* No. 1118 Morrow alley. Stable rear No. 60 South Broadway. No. 93" Main street. b rooms and bath. No. 121 Thirty-third strtet, 6 rooms. 3 rooms corner Indiana and Erie street* $10.00. 2 rooms corner Twelfth and Market St* No. 903 Main street. 7 rooms a?id bath. No. 133 Zane street. 9 rooms. No. 97 Ohio street, 5 rooms. No. 14M Chapllne street. 8 rooms, bats and laundry. No. 10W Main St.. 5 rooms, second floor. No. 6b H. Broadway. 7 rooms and bath. No. S3 S. Penn st, * rooms and bath. No. 1011 Main st.. storeroom. No. 117 Fourteenth at.. 7 rooms and ball* No. 121 14th st, "-room dwelllnf. No. C6 Zane at., 7 rooms. No. 93 Ohio at.. 3 rooma. No. 37 j7ch St., I rooma No. ? Ohio at.. S rooma $7.10. Office or aleeplnr rooms, Luts Bulldln*. furnished or unfurnished. Storeroom corner 23d and Market ?ts. Non. 2242 and 21-46 Market st. stores as* d NosC.nf345 and 1347 McCoIloch st Houses and I,ots for Sals. Money to Loan on City Real Estate. RINEHART & LATUM, CITY BANK BUILDING, TeUpbon?*i?. lloom No. fi. "POB_SALE. House. 9 rooms and hall, lot 41x1ft, North Main Street, cheap. Hous*\ a rooms, lot S4xlV feet. Market troft. between Elrhth and Ninth atreet* U,HXT " House. 4 room*, brick, and stable, Eighteenth street. 11.150. '2 lots*. '60x150 feet, Thirtieth street, UN each; >50 cash. balance in one year. 1! ou*9. S room*, hall and large lot. Eighteenth street: cheap, on very easy term* One of tl/e beat corner lots on Llnd strut for >275: one-third cash, balance in one and two years.rorner lot on Cherry street for $175: onethird rash. balance In one and two yars. Lot on Cherry street for SIM; one-third cash, balance In one and two year*. Two house* on Main street. near Serentb street; cheap: on easy terms. House 7 rooms, brick. Sixteenth street, term* ?a?y, J3,5oo. Splendid building site for dwelling Four teenth street und on Sixteenth street House 6 room* and *-room house In raar. Fifth ward, term* easy. >3,200. The Lamb property. No. 2009 Chapiln# street. terms easy. House & room*. Jacob street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-Xlfth street!, cheap. >1.300. 2 lot* on Jacob street. North Ben woo* >2ft1 each. Mourn. 5 room*. Eighteenth street. r.UJ'.'.'hi will boy n nice lot fronting on Und street; one-third cash, balanco on eaty terms. >2u> will buy a rood two-roomed hon?a frontlmr on Chapllne street, near Tenth 3SJS will buy house of 2 room* on Wllsoa street. Centre Wheelln; floo cash, balanca In rent. Lois on Llnd street. Cherry street and McColloch street at from >50 to >300 each on easy terms. M""J" *1-1 loan An nffv mat Mff.tfc NESBITt & DEVINE, No. 1739 Market Street. _ PLUMBING, ETC. TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY," SUPPLY HOUSE. rinmbluc anil Kitting, Mean! anil Hot Water Heattu;. A FtiU Line oftlia Olebratefl?? SNOW STEAM PUMPS K?nl CnnmnU. on ""i ROBT. W. KYLE. Practical PI amber. Gas and Stum Filter, 1155 MARKET STREET. I *<T0m and Rtoctrio ChAnrieliors. Filter* }* H 'im ftnrncw a ?pcol?lijr. m"? H ^yiLLlAM UAKK JtSON. Practical Plumbers, (JAS AM) STEAM FITTERS. No. as Twelfth Stroflt. AIMY,.it. p.Mi.' I'roumtlv nt KrviMiRlv " "j. I mms intblmosncbr printinii