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SOME GOOD SIGNS.
Butincw Outlook is LndoubtcJlj Growing Brighter. A FEELING OF ENCOURAGEMENT RflllmbU Amonc All Hmm* In the Kail. TnkUCondllloHiart lmprovlng-Gootl EflWt o((h? Cincinnati ?p**cU of >ccr?U17 of (he Tremnrr U?|?-PfrniBiiru( Tariff Law Wanted. William E. Curtis In Chlcnffo ltecotM | (New York letter): There has been a decided improvement,!!* thu financial situation since I was last In NewYoVk. All classes in the Industrial and tlnanrial world feel cncouraged over the outlook and expectancy has replaced the apprehension that had become the habitual conditon of the public mind for the last three years. The people you meet in the banks downtown and .visitor? from other parts of the country who gossip in the hotel rotundas nil tell the story that, while the era of prosperity lias not yet begun, the signs of its approach appear In every direction. the most Important being au almost universal confidence that it is almost here. There is contldence In the President, that his policy* will be Just and conservative and that he will not permit the country to be plunged into a war over Cuba or any other cause; there is contldence that Congress will dispose of the tariff bill speedily and that the rates Id the new schedules will not be so high as thosu of the Dingley bilL The crop reports are unusually encouraging. A telegram from President Hill, of the Great Northern railroad, predicts that the wheat tlelds contibutary to that line wilt furnish 90,000,000 * k.i. irtnIn thin season tor Its transportation, and the managers of the other railways contribute intelligence equally favorable to the general store of encouragement. The Jobbers say that the supply of manufactured goods which are necessaries of life is generally exhausted throughout the country, and that the people must buy and the mills must resume operations to meetthe demand, which will bring Into circulation the millions of dollars that havo been hoarded through the hard times. Everybody agrees that money is plentiful and that it Is only necessary to convince the people that prosperity has come to be an actual reality. The water has been squeezed out of stocks. Unproiltable properties have been reorganized upon an economical basis. Fictitious values have been exposed, bubbles have coliapesed and stock corporations are nearer rockbottom basis of operation than they have been for years. The owners of railway investments are no longer nervous over the dissolution of the pools, and they have decided that the passage of a pooling bill by Congress Is not as essential to a national prosperity as they believed it to be. They realize that the transportation companies will be compelled to regulate and maintain rates as a matter of self-protection without the form of u ?*? ? *? " toccther. cuovnKw Mu ?>v p 3 The speech of Mr. Gage at the reunion of the commercial club* at Cincinnati the other day has given great comfort to men with money. He talked in a similar strain to the bankers when he met them here at the time of the Grant monument dedication, but that also was at a dinner party and his words did not get Into print. But the address at Cincinnati was carefully prepared and submitted to the President in. ad* vance. so that it could be properly ina terpreted as an official declaration of B the administration's financial policy. I It Js. therefore, the first public suggesu tion of'the fact that the administration W recognizes the public impatience on ac* count of the delay in the passage of the tariff bill and also feels, as business men do, that the stagnation and delay in business activity are largely due to this procrastination on the tariff bill. This acknowledgement was received ; with gratification, because there was a feeling that perhaps at Washington it might not be well understood how great are the impatience and anxiety which the long delay in the consideration of the tariff measure has caused. Some of the warmest friends of the administration have felt free to express their anxiety and the business community generally has been disposed to be critical, fearing that the senate might not realize or care that the business community Is suffering. Outside of the Reform club and two or three newspaper offices no disposition to criticize the protective features of the annnranf nvrAntlnrr thnf Dili UU WVCM there is much criticism of the sugar schedule. The academic argument for a low tariff or for free trade is no longer hoard. What our business community wants Is a permanent law and It will entirely approve the protective features it contains. In London Mr. Gage's spcech had a decidedly favorable influence upon American securities, and private dispatches received here indicate a confidence in London that the administration is likely to secure, as soon as the tariff policy has been consummated, adequate legislation upon the currency, o that there may be no longer any anxiety upon that score. It is probable that this feeling in London is due to advices from this side, which Secretary Gage confirmed. Those who are best Informed are satisfied that before Congress adjourns a monetary commission will have been appointed, which will sit during the late summer and fall, and will report at the meeting of Congress next winter. Republlcar loaders In both houses of Congress are In sympathy with the Presldent with respect to the appointment of a currency commission, and It is feir here that no currency communion would be able to report intelligently until u tariff law had Iwen In operation lone enough to make It appear that It would yield revenue sufficient for thu expenses of the government. A TruBfiM* Cjrclon*. CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.. June 4.-A special from Gadsden, Alabama, say* A small sized cyclone ptruck this section of vhe country about ten miles lic3ow Gadsden last evening,blowing dow n fences, trees and buildings for twenty miles. The barn an<l other outbuildings of J. W. Drfskell are otnpl?t'ly wrecked. Jim N??\vton's house ond stable were unroofed. Immense trees wer* snapped off like pipe it.-ms The wind croi <1 the river half a mil* below Gadsden arid ton* up trfIn East Gadsden. In the bottoms of W. A. T. Oliver, not a tr was left ?* nndlnsj. The damage will * x<? 1 S3,000. A severe wind In tnl? city uprooted many trees. A heavy rain and hall accompanied the wind. No one was injured. Oldest JUwoaiwr >! limit. INDIANAPOLlri. I ml., (June 4?WillE. Clark, sr., 1b rt<ad. 31" vu tup- ! po?ed to be th* nownpapcr worker an<l editor of longest ' ontlnuoun ?*rvi?-?- In if.?- country. With the **x? < thrf<* yparn, h* had n Ind^ntM''!*' with tho pronH Hlnc hh fourteenth y-ar.jj awl van year* old. If in Iviifr at cor. J'a.. woh forrwrly u vtntlnn on th% un'jTKround railway that took ncgro?.4j to Canada. IP you want a reliable dyo that will Color an even brown or block, and will ptaue and ??atlHfy you ovory timer, un#] iiucklnclmrffti Dye lor the WhlBkera. DURRANI 0ST9 A STAY. Will b* AIIohnI io AiipmI Ilia C??a U the t'nllf ! HlaiH Mtiprvme Court. SAN FHANCI8CO. CaL.June 4.?The! ... pitrrmt will not bo hanged on nr\i Friday. Ilia attorneys have gained for him a new lease of life for four month* at leant and the condemned man made merry In hl? cell last night, whett he hmrd the cheerful now* lie had become resigned to his fate and his tearful eye* had turned to the Blbl? a* his i?nly solace when Information was re? < ivod at the prison thai Judge Gilbrci of the l * nit* d States circuit court, i, .v i.roiiN.i hi* fittiirnt'k-s i?enni!Ml<.>a to to the I'nlted States supremo com t from hi* order made on Wednesday. denying the application for a writ of habeas corpus. The appeal will perfected to-day. whin Theodore Hurra fit' father will lilc tj bond of $500 to cover the costs of the appeal. Even if the appeal sh< uld be dismissed curly In the term, the thivtk* days allowed by the state law beti&en the time when the day for execution is fixed and the day of executlon /would carry the matter pretty well toiyiiM the end ?>r the year. The Possibilities for further delay are .so numerous Ihttt practically he has an Insurable leas* of life Into the new year. N\ formal stay of execution, however, ha* been given. Attorney'General Fit* rernld hus not yet advised Warden Hah not to proofed with the execution on Jane 11. but he has jrlven gueh advice to Warden Aut), of Folsom, In the Woi leu case and the Durrant case stan is on precisely the same footln?. Dur ant's attorneys regard the immedl.it labors In his behalf as at an end, an*) ire preparing for their next effort, which will be before the United States supt ;tnc court. A BRUTE HANGED. Jam * Lewis Snflcr?th? Legal Penally al Fairfax, Virginia. F. IRFAX, Va.,June 4.?James Lewis, colo ed, who was recently convicted of criminal assault on Mrs. Rcldell, of this/place, was hung at 6:03 o'clock this rooming, in the Jail yard, In the pres enc* of about fifty people. Lewis was quite cool and walked to the sallow* without assistance. There was no demonstration of violence on the part of (>e crowd. The crime for which Lewis suffered the extreme penalty of the law was that of ravishing Mrs. Ida Reldel. a white woman, who lived with her son. some miles below Alexandria. Va. The eriiije was a brutal one and stirred the indlrnation of the people of the surrounding country almost to the lynching point. H?' had three trials In a? many days, the Jury In the first two cascp bnlnp unable to agree, arid In the last trial, declaring him guilty and Imposing the death penalty. He asserted his Innocence until yesterday, when he admitted that he committed th<> assault and also confessed that ho had at various times committed assaults upon three other women, for one of whl^h he served a term In Jail. A BEAUTIFUL COMMANDER. Widow of Patriot Commanding Revolutionists In ll?e Phllllpplne*. TACOMA, Wash., June 4.?News ha* ?><< ? via llnnp ViMiP Ihflf the beautiful widow of Dr. Rlzal is now commanding a company of Philippine Island rebels, armed with rifles, making her headquarters at Nate, CavIte province. Last month definite Information was received that she and her company wore in Cavite. awaiting the expected activities of the Spanish troops in that section. The Spanish minister at Toklo received telegram* Ma)' 10, stating that the Spanish had jus: won three victoria in Cavite province. Inflicting heavy looses on the reUl?. Mrs. Hlxal was a step-daup^ter of a retired Hong Kong gentleman, who went to Manila for his ho.ilth. There his daughter mot Dr. Rlzal and marrind him apalnst her parens wishes. When her hustuind was captured and shot Mrs. Kizal determined to devote her life to the cause he had'espoused, nn?l as soon as her preparations could be rude, she took the field. TO SEE THE COUNTRY. The t'ntrcrsal Postal Congreaa Slatta on tta Tonr. WASHINGTON. D. C.. June 4.-A special train of nine finely appointed Pullman cars left here at 9 o'clock this morning over the Pennsylvania railroad, carrying the Universal Postal Congress on Us trip about the country. About one hundred and forty persons were aboard, comprising most of the delegates from the foreign countries, the United States, delegates and postal officials. Including Assistant Postmasters 'leneral Heath and Shallenberger. together with the ladles of the party. The train wan In charge of Tourist Agent Bell, and consisted of four sleeping cars, composite, compartment and observation cur*, and two dining cars. The trip will occupy about nine day* ar.?l will embrace many of th" leading citl^.v Tin* stops, however, are usually only a few hours. A <* of Insanity All l(onn?l. DENVER, June 4.?Joe A. Fowler, n conservator of the estate of Emma Bell, nrr.v In an Insane asylum, has filed a p-'tltion In the county court in which he asks as conservator, that the pernal effects of Emma M. Boll be sold to defray the expenses of Investigating ih iruikinc and execution of the lust *.v!i? and testament of the last Kzra M. It- II, ivho bequeathed his entire prop r?>. valued at r.'-arly $2T?0.000 Jo Trln!' Methodist Eptscopal church, of this city. The petitioning conservator alleges t n Ezra M. Bell was Insane when h*? ' ,!<rl all his property over u> Trlnltv M ibodlrt Episcopal rhurcb; that h i i no right to will awny the Interest ? ' :ls wife. Emma M. Bell, In the es> id that she was Insane when she ?ul away her share of the estate. T ity church has received th" Income he estate for the pn^t ten years. All Rrfnivil to go lo Work. liTTflBUBOlI, June f ?This was pay at Jones & Laughlln's mill and cacli ' n paid was told that the mill would t Monday and was asked If he In'ten led to report for work Monday, '.' ry man said not unless their <!? ids wi re granted, and all were disJged. There are now .1,700 men on a strike trouble Is feared when the attempt m&de to mart non-union M on nay. H. PATTKIt. With E. C. Atkln< A ! -puny, In'H inop.)!. <, I ml.. writ.si j i rifvcr I'lrfof'- i:lvon a tfjUlmonial ty llfr. Hut I '.viij nay that for Hire-a w have n? v?t hf??n without niborlaln " folio, Ch iI?tji, nn'l Dlara K- u. '!v In Hi 'ion- jr. I my would ?on think or bel iff tout Hour n? a bottle* of ti?' < Item in the urn n \Vo hove; 1 11 *vith nil three of o ir (hlldn It has iK-v- r fall*- I t eui?- -n . ply itop pfiin, hut ? ?<.-" nli" lutoly .ill rltfh:. an<l anj trio .1 iLi? .jlji'l ll ' ill' ' > ?ll v nr. n col 1 I* eontrartpil, rure li I A enee on Mlnm- c?>u.,ii i'm.- uJli t tJyou it .. 1 | to 1 ?\<i > in I^tan it will fine [n;numonU, bron ojjiii, 1 iiw nil f r h'. mrlcct and Twelfth ?tieels; Howl.1 A illirlJffoport; I'eubody & b'un, Ui*n*>J[: b PARIS MIDSUMMER 00W!< "How cool you look! It is refreshing t< It. is the one compliment always sweet j tner time. To look hot is to look homel; oasis In u dry and dusty land Is the nit Ive dress. And mat rp*ult Is attained which is taken from Harper's Hazar. Tl feta. But this is veiled and subdued b itself the foundation of a number of II part of the bodice is of the talTeta. tucl ed with black velvet ribbon. The blai part and lh?- sieves are attain veiled a> white straw hut. with pale preen rlbboi bnnt* attaching ouaint strings TREACHEROUS NATIVES Of 111* fiolontoti lilmidi- tiinlbcrTrasf la riironlctrd. SAX FRANCISCO, June 4,?Advices per the steamship Mariposa, from Sydney. X. S. W., state that unother tragedy has been enacted by the treacherouh natives of the Solomon Islands, presumably for rannlballstlc purpose*. While trading in Navre lagoon, Captain Wilson of the schooncr Xavaro. went a.shor.' in a boat With three natives to obtain coiwra. As the islanders appeared to be friendly. the crew In the boat accepted their Invitation to accompany them to their village nearby, but Wilson decided to remain with the boat. When out of sighat of Taptaln Wilson. the Islanders attacked the crew, killing one on the spot and wounding the others. The latter, however, made a dash for the l?oat. but only managed to reach it. as Wilson was compelled to leave %t ho shore, and the natives captured the wounded man as he was swimming out to the schooner. Wilson reached the vessel In safety and repelled one attack by firing upon the Invader*. who were evidently determined to ' '? )t>n nrnW Kill UIC inimiiiun w x-.- ... CHAPLAIN M'CABE Will bcOneoflhe Attraction* nt the Conference Seminary Commenrmieitt. Special Dispatch to the Intelllffenri?r. BUCKHANNON, W. Va., June 4 ? The seventh annual commencement of the confercnce seminary promises to be of more than usual Interest this year. The exercises begin Sunday with the baccalaureate sermon by the president. Thc/ciosini: exercises will be on Thursdaj? the 10th. His hop (better known as Chaplain) McCahe will deliver his world renowned lecture. "Bright Side of Life In Llbby Prison," Tuesday evening, the 8th. A .Miner Killed. Special Dispatch to tho Intelligencer. FAIRMONT, W. Va.. June 4.?Samuel Glover, a mln*r In the Gaston coal mines, was Instantly killed to-day by a premature explosion of a shot he was forcing Into place. His brother, working in the same room, was badly burned. He leaves a wife and two children. (.out an Arm. Special DI.*patch to th? IntelllRencer. SISTERS VILLE. W. Va.. June 4.? CJcorgo Henson, a brakeman on the Olilo River railroad, had his right arm nit off this afternoon by falling under a train In the yards here, lie was taken to his home In Parkersbursh this evening. i'rfildtnl'i Appointments. WASHINGTON'. June 4.?The President to-day sent the following nominations to tho senate: State?Lawrence Townsend. of Pennsylvania, to be envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Portugal. Treasury?Kills II. Roberts, of New York. he assistant treasurer of the United States; Conrad N. Jordan, of New York, to be assistant treasurer of th?* United States at Now York city; William E. Andrews, of Nebraska, to he auditor for tho treasury department; William W. Brown, of Pennsylvania, to 1)0 auditor ior inc wnr <i< -|>in mum. I'oMtfniislrm?F'ennnylvnnla. fJeorfro II. S\v?arlnj5?n, Dunbar; Jteubon J. M?tt, Fort Allegany. Went VlrKlnln-Jurnoa P. Ponton, ElkIn*. Wholly XltlrmllnR From th* Rochester J>onv?crnt: T.an<l or.'i)'T Ho party bobbing In the tream) 11<>?i.i. tli* / ! Don't you ??ee that fllffii, "No FUhiiiff iron??" Angler V. ; nin't It rl?llrul0un? Fin* flihln' here! Just look nt that for a itrina*. Hiul IIhk up a dozen or twenty l-U fallow*) bmiitw. ain't they? Tho ,.i. ... .. s.v miii i< nn ihitt Mlrn t-viib nllv didn't know thai li?< v.as talking about. \ finntl I'.K Mir. From lh<* Boston 'Ilobe: "llnvf* ! don" anything t? offend you. darling?" hp n i. brokenly* :.ty you piUM r. without bowing and now you fit i. : with -<uch an ulr of hautpur ami i)r!d?? that?" I j. |riifrri?)?f"'l the girl with an unhrndlng :?li . but In In r voir#* a cadmv i r I hail niUKlc at night, "I have .1 stiff nock." KVKN ralarrh, that drpnd breeder of ronfoimptlon. ttiircunibn to tho lioallni; luHucnccf of Thomas' Kcloctrlo Oil, I FROM HARPER'S BAZAR meet you!" That. If men only know und ffrutfful to a woman'* cars in sum>\ To constitute herself a little wnlkinit n of the woman with an eye to effcctby iiuch frocks a* that sketched above, fie foundation Is a sunshiny yellow tafY a covering of white net, which is uffy white Kuuse pllsses. The lower ked at he waist, and threaded and belt k belt lends stenderness; but the upper nd lliifTi'd with net and frauzf. Wide o, veiled with white tulle, and black ST. VITUS VANQUISHED. What Cared Utile ft tan try Nlchol, of Clio rem. From Republican-Journal, Ogdensburg, Now York. A letter won lately received at the office of the Republican-Journal from Hammond to the effect that the aire of an extraordinarily severe case of St. Vitus' dance had been effected on the person of little Stanley Nlchol, the eight-year-old won of Mrs. Charles Nlchol, of that village. A reporter wan accordingly dlspatched In that direction who, after some Inquiry, found Mr* Nichol's residence, about a mile outside the village. Mrs. Nlchol said: "A little over a year ago ray boy, Stanley Nlchol. who is now only eight years old, alarmed me one day by being taken with a strange gurgling in his throat. After the first the attacks became quite frequent. Stanley did not complain of any pain, but said that he could not help making the noise. At that time there was a New York doctor stopping in the village who was a specialist throat and natal disease*, i took my son to him and after a careful examination he said that there was nothing the matter with the boy's throat. The gurgling, in his opinion, was caused by a nervous contraction of the muscles of the throat. He qsked who our family physician was and said that he would consult with him before he prescribed. "Stanley rapidly grew worse. He was always a sickly boy. One day I noticed that he was jerking his arm up In a very peculiar manner. A few days later he seemed to lose control of his legs, first one and then the other would be pulled up and then straightened out again. He was a perfect bundle of nerves and was rapidly losing all control of himself. When eating at the table or drinking, his arm would often twitch so as to spill what he was drinking. One day he scared me terribly by throwing back his head and rolling his eyes up so that only the white parts showed. I took him to our family physician. who prepared some medicine for him. He took It and commenced to improve. The dose, however, had to be increased and Stanley rebelled against taking it. It was very disagreeable medicine and I don't blumc the boy for not wishing to take It. "Our physician went to New York city on business and while ho wus away the medicine became exhausted and we could g^t no more. Stanley was still very bad. About that time 1 read alKiut a lltlo girl who had been cured of St. VI?.... i... tniitm. liiiio r thought I would try them ami procured ii box. 1 followed the directions that rami' with the pills, and pave only halt a pill at a done. I did not see much improvement and Increased the dose to a whole pill. Th?> fTect was noticed in a day. .Stanley immediately commenced to get better and did not object to taking the pills. as hi* had the other medicine. lie took seven boxes of the pills and to-day appi-ars to be perfectly well. He discontinued taking them some time ngo. He weighs nearly fifteen pounds more than lie <im and i^ strong and hearty. A yenr ngo we took him out of school, but he is so much better now that he is going to begin again this fail. The reporter Interviewed the village druggist. Mr. (irons** AVUey, and he stated that he had sold Mrs. Nichol a lnrgc number of boxes of Pink Pill* and that he had heard they had cured her on of St Vitus' danco. Mr. Wiley said that he had sold a great many boxes of these pills to old people who had become nervous and Irritable and they invariably reported that they were benefited by their use. l>r. Williams' I'ink I'llls contain In a condensed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to ' the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are also a specific for troubles peculiar to females, such as suppressions, Irregularities and all forms of weak w sh They build up the blood, ona reutore Hi'- kIow c?f health to pain and sallow cheeks. In men they effort a radical euro In all canes arising from mental worry, overwork or excesses of what?v? r nature, rink Pills are sol?l in boxen (never In loose hulk) at fio rents a box*, or fix boxes for $2 BO, and mny be had of nil druggists, or direct by mall from Dr. \Y II lams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. IT should be made a matter of public knowledge that DeWltt's Witch Ilax'd K.ilve will speedily enr" pile* of the l-?r??*-vt standing. It is tlie household favorite for burns, scalds, ruts, bruin*'* and cores of all kinds. Chorbs It. lloctxe, corner Market ami Twelfth streets; Howie & Co., lirldgeport; Pc.ibody & Hon, Hon wood. \ Wliut stous Neuralgia? Dr. Miles' Fain Fills. PLEASANTFlliLDS OF HOLY WRIT THE INTEBIfATIOVAL BUlfDAY-BCHOOI LESSOR. .?? ?? A, I HOT. III. 1-13, Copyrighted, Davlii W. Clark. Mwiof III* Toiirn*. It wis no caprice (hat Murnamod 8t. ' James "Iho Juki." Kor uprlKhlncm nntl ! nubility. Paul likens him to a pillar. Ho was the trill. wfflte column, support, and ornament of tlic church In Jerusalem. Hh magnanimous reception of Paul, his efficient presidency over the ilr.nt church oouncJl* and hie nlitle jrlv us glints of his admirable character. It Is in his epistle especially (hat bit Judicial spirit Is apparent. There ho holds the balance with .1 lt.tr. I . ? lir:n Mi.it ' villaUm I * Impossible, and demands that the et|ulllhrlurn between the creed and deed shall be maintained. . . . Hia Immortal monograph on the tongue Is only another phsse of his general principle that life and profession shall agree; that the deeds of the lips shall answer to the professed creed of the heart. . .. Ills Illustration* are singularly apt The powerful steed can be restrained by a fragment of iron. The ship, even In a Kale, obeys a bit of woqd iwt a thousand! part Its fire. So the tongue? I small, like the bit or the rudder?moves I the person ut Us will, but not like them to good ndvnntagc. Tho tongue does mischief like the spark in the forest. It is a microcosm of evil. It nets on fire the wheel of nature, which with every revolution fans Its own flame. In the tongue Is the essence of diabolism. Carnivorous beasts have been mode to eat Krars like the ox?serpents' fanga have been extracted, monsters of sea und air have been domesticated. The tongue l"na ?nrn??oa tho rv?n-iii' fif man nnnlrl ed to subdue it. The tongue Is the standlug paradox, it blesses God, and curse* man who who bears hU Image. Nature is the standing rebuke to this standing paradox. No fountain sends out waters bitter und sweet. So each tree and vine bears Its own fruit. So the guileless tongue In the evidence of the guileless heart. A bridled tongue, a bridled body. MomIc From the t'ommnttKrlra. Be not many masters: R. V.. teachers ?school teachers or musters: refers to those eager to sp*>ak In meetings.... i There was a prevailing desire to become j public teachers without regard to qual- ; i flea tl on.?Barnes?Prescribing to one j nnother so as to make our own sentl- i ments a standard by which to try oth- j ers.?Henry ? It condemn persons of that large class who assume that no Incompetence Is too absolute to rob them of the privilege of Infallibility In : laying down the law of truth for others. ?Farrar Greater condemnation: It. V.. heavier judgment: Those who undertake to teach are held to a more strict accountability?We offend all: It. V., we all stumble: we ure all apt to make mistakes.. . How great a matter: It. v.. how much wood: how great a forest ? 1 nu longtW H tin-; ll in mr uioti Ultreut of producing the mom desperate contentions.--CJark?* ? Beasts. birds, serpents: Nearly all domestic animals ] which we are accustomed to see only when they are tame were once fierce and savage -Barnes....An unruly evil: R. V.. u restless ? v 11 ? After tl?o slmll- ] Itude: R V.. after the likeness.... Brethren, thin** ought not to be: Th* brotherhood In Christ will assuredly themselves understand how severe reprobation such conduct deserves.?J.. V. , and B Doth a fountain: Get the ? habit of slander, and th<?re Is not a stream which bubbles fresh from the heart of nature, there Is not a tree that silently brings forth Its genial fruit In . Its appointed time, which does not rebuke and proclaim you to be a monstrous anomaly In Clod's world.?Robertson A good conversation: K. V., by hJs lip. The TMfbfr'i Quiver. (1) Perhaps never In the history of the j church were there more people ambitious to teach from the pulpit. All sorts ?, women and children?set themselves up to expound scripture. The interpre- \ tatlons are often brave and novel. The Injunction of St. James needs to be reunited: "Brothers, don't be forward In explaining doctrines In which the wisest are apt to stumble. Beware of the severe condemnation of those who teach erroneously." ... (2) Tho?e who are mor?* religious than moral get prec- : ious little cmfort from the Epistle of St. James. It H a scalpel laying open the deep recosws of th<* heart, where thoughts and Intents lie hidden. . . . (3) Arc of persecution Is not quite pass, ed. Instruments only nre changed. A* 1 Lowell says: "Our modern martyrdoms j are done In type." An unbridled tongue i can cause Indescribable damage and pain. . . . (4) The devil was the first slanderer. His name Is significant of J hl? chief occupation. Slanderers are his , children. "Adder's poison Is under th^Ir i lips." . . . (5) Hut as In nature, tliq 1 forces which, uncontrolled, produce the 1 worst havoc, within bounds are amiable ] and serviceable, so of the tongue?from , It may come good teaching for man and i praise for God, a sweet stream making ' glad and garden-like all It touches. 1 Wanted a Change, From The Tonkers Statesman: "Won't you take this seat?" said one " gentleman In the car, rising and lifting hla bat. " "No. thank you." said the Klrl with , ilfnlr.j nvop h<*r linn "l'vo boon I skating, and I'm tired sitting down." ' ^ 1 It Utd Not Count. From the American Hebrew: (SheNo, sir, it Is Impossible. I am sorry, Indeed, but I can never marry you.'* i IIP?And yet the encouragement you gave me last night In the waltr! She?Oh. that mustn't be counted? what I said under pressure, so to speak. m ^ MR ISAAC HORNER, proprietor of " the Burton House, llurton. W. Va? and one of the mo."t widely known men in the state, was cured of rheumatism aT- . tor throe years of suffering. Ho says: "I have not sufTlclent command of Inn- J gunge to convey any Idea of what I suffered, my physician told me that nothing could be done for me and my friends were fully convinced that nothing hut death would relievo me of my suffering. In June, 1804, Mr. Evens, . then salesman for the Wheeling Drug Company, recommended Chamberlain's- 1 Pain Halm.* At this time my foot and J limb were swollen to more than double their normal sire and It seem oil to mo my leg would burst, but soon after I bogan using th-* Pain Balm the swelling began to decrease, the pain to leave, and now I consider that I am entirely cured. For sale by druggists. THOUSANDS suffer from Catarrh or cold In the head and have never tried the popular remedy. There Is no longer any 1 excuse, as a 10 cent trial sire of Hly'a Crcutn Halm can bo had of your druggist or we mall It for 10 cents. Pull slxe U<> UM1IH. r.in uuw., ; DC Worren Street N. Y. City. A friend art vised nio to try Ely's Cream Halm nnd after using It six i weeks I believe myself cured of catarrh. 11 Im .a most valuable remedy.?Joseph Stewart. 624 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1 'llow in fnrf Alt Nklit ' Rlmjity nl.pl>' SWAYNK'8 OINTMENT. | No Internal rm-dleliio required. Cure* tet. J trr. edema,. Itch, all eruptions on tho face, hand*, none, etc., leuvliiR tho *kin 1 elenr, white nnd healthy. Itn Kr???t he il- . ing nnd curative pow<n tro poMMMd by no oth?r remody. Ask your drutrglat tor BWAYNE'B OINTMKNT. itkw WHEN tho spring time comes, "gen- ' II.) Annie," llk<' nil oilier hennlbln perwins, will clennso tho liver atui renov.ito the system wllh Hewitt's Little < Early Risers, famous little pill.1* for tho liver nnd itomarh all the year round. Charles It. Ooot*e, corner Market and Twelfth streets; Uowle A Co., Urlrtnui/ort; Pcabody & Son. Dan wood. 7 IIBDICAL. Every Wife (cell an indeacribable dread of the danger attendant upon tbe must critical period of ijcr life, Becoming x mother ahould be a source of jo;, but the suffering and danger of the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother's Friend a thoroughly tested remedy, gently firepares the system for this period, essens the pain, and removes all danger. Itauseinsureaaaafeandhappy termination of tho dreaded event. 91.00 PER BOTTLE at all Drujr Storee, or sent by mall on receipt of price. RflAlfC Containing Invaluable Information of enrr lnl?re"t to all women, will 0*> sent to i nfct *?y addrese upon application, by Th? Brsdfbld UfgoLUor Co., AUaata, fle. ME New York, Nov. ?st, ii^. To Editor a*d Readfr**?! have discovered an absolute CUKE for CON SUM PTION and all bronchial. Throat, Chest and bun* Troubles, firnrral Weaknrrs, Eon of Plrshnnd nil Condi. 1 tl??na of Wasting Away, By It* timely u?-e i thousands of apparently hopeless cases nave I already been pi-mmanekti.v cured. Ho proof-positive am I of Its power toCitre, I will send CDCCtoanyonraffllcted.THKEK noTTUtSrllttof tny Newly Dtocovered Kemedle*. upon receipt of Kxprese and PostoOice address. Always sincerely vours, T. A. SLOCUM, M, C.t ,tj Pearl St., N Y. VTbao writing the Doctor. pImm meaUoc this r?p?r. deHHMfcw MADE ME A MAN ^rrv ajax tablets pohitjvelY cubs i/^l iUAMtNiMi ;il?Mi<w-rkillB| Hear Bsd or;, KnioUoa;, ?*aMa W TTI bjr Abuo* or OtW V.temam *na IdUIv s JbL er?tioa?. They i/uir/.J 1/ and tartly > "' 7 r*?tora XXX Vludil/ In old or roan*, and fit a trjta /or?tu<l>, buiio^ior murtip. lonnttr and Cont.uiai.tlon If tiU'Q in uina. Their OMahowa lorai'dluta ln>prur?. maal and afacta a CUKE wnera all other fail! Inlift apoa harloc ?]> ? ?* ? AJwi *?MeU. They bafwetiredUiowMUideend wlllcnreyotL W ??!* apov SSSSr ES^^.'SfiW CTS?? packa?*i or six i>k*M (fall tr*>atmeuO far |2J0. Uj mall, to plain wrapt*?. sum r-o-ift ofnrira. ( lrmlar '"? AJAX REMEDY CO., For rale In Wheeling. W. V*.. by I/ORan Drug Co. fc23'tth&s FREEZERS. ,7 if FOUR POINTS [? regard to Ice-Cream Freezers. ?????? Firsts Thft Comma point* to u ?hort pau*r bofor* (lccl'llnpc to buy a White Mountain Freezer thU year. kcond, t?<? Poriivi u t)ia ?nd of doubt and your afflrrnatlvo decision. !!!!!! Third, Th? Exclamation Point show* what your surprise and pleasure will be nt the speed of freezing and the quality of tho cream. ?????? 7ourih, Tho Interrogation Folnt nsk? why you never had one before and makes another kooU friend for tho WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZER. All Fixes in stock by Nesbitt & Bro., 1315 MABKKT ST It BET. MERCHANT TAILOR. |888888888888888888888SJ? | C. CALLIGAN. gj ? Spring Suitings ?5 | $15.00 Up. |j ! | Trouserings ; S4.00 Upl j o | i C. E. CALL1GAN, i| j ! AGENT. IM PUJMBINO, HTO. rr m kown, I 1? Plumbing, (In* and Steam Fitting, Sitxollnrt and Olla of nil kinds, Sowrr Pipe, to.. 1911 Market street. Wheeling, W. Va. telephone 104. Estimates Furnlnhod. my 3 ROBT. W. KYLE, 'radical PlumberGis and SteimFlttar, 1155 MARKET STREET. mrnu and Klectrio Chandellor*. Plltcn. ant 'sylor <>a? Ihiraon a upcoUUr inri yy 1LUAM 11 AlUi & SOS, Practical Plumbers, UAS AND STKAM FITTERS. No. 38 Twelfth Street. AH Work Doua Promptly *1 K?n?oiubla Pfinn [RIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY, ; SUPPLY HOUSE. Flnmblng anil (lu Fitting, Mtuuaud Hot Water licAtli;. I Foil Line oftfie Olebmutl?? SNOW STEAM PUMPS ?? Kent romUnit'v on IIE8TAURANT AND CAFE, fur WIKWAM HI STAURANI AND CAIt. 1402 MAKKKT STRKCT. Warm nieala served In I heir bent style. I'lnltiK roomn coay and snug. All shortirdrr ''ooklnic, nnd price* reasonable. Only -r>stiiuraut that provide* a Mrst-clmm I.jkIIch' nnd llentU>m*n'n Dinlnj; I'arlor. intrnneo on Fourteenth ?*tror?t. Merchants' Dinner Daily, r>0 cents Flrnt ln!?n French Chef. >1.1 \'< S. lUMMtAKIOi:. Proprietor. 8HOB HKPAIR1NG. BOSTON SHOE REPAIRING CO., ft 1741 Market StreetPRACTICAL SHOEMAKKR3. Shoes neatly repaired nnd half ?oled while you wait. HALF SOLING AND 1113ELINQ. l>KO<}t:i? A0e? >1741 Market Stroot, HEAL ESTATE. FOB R/B3STT~" No. 1.11 Fourteenth nfroot , . v No. in Fu urU<utl> Hi net No. 27 Bevent?*entli strwet.... * No. W Rov*ntr*nth utrcrt... ;; No. u *tr*?t, t.rr. r.., So. V utrwil No. 1616 Main street, stor? room nnd " dwHIlM/j . ' * No. I?22 Alain Street, morn room No. Main fitr?v>t. 2 room" No. 222* Main *tru*t. 5 roon,' No, 002 Main Htr??t No. 2i3 Main strwt. 3 room . J *J KWft furnished, for . No. 317 Main street, saloon .mi 3 roomi Summ?-r r*idd?nce, 4 or f. room- ' Belbert Ilome*t?-ad. Natlonu; \iti'NldC'liCO I'MKIiikIoii J.UII'. 11 3 acres ground. 200 fruit tre?n ' >F11 loon In Martin's Kerry. 4-roomrd house Crescent I'la. - ' I 3-rooi?Hj Iiouho Mnnch??sii i foal property font of Alt. ?]. < i... No. 23<2 Market itroH. t?la<k*:r shop y Staid.* JiJ'J Alh-y It No. ?17 Chapllnw street. 3 room* So. SUA Wood ftr?-?-t. J root/;- - , I No. 5329 Alley E. 2 room . ; , ' No. 2310 Main Htreot. 2 room Five room* In rear of M Uay Scliooli KI?hu*?nth ?ir?< t <*m FOR BALK Store room and dwelling I onval. Ohio; will exchange for a farm No. and 454 National Hoa i. No. 1?23 McColloeh Ht No. 00 Seventeenth str^o?. JAMES A?HENRY. Real Kstati Awnt. Collector. N'otjr* Publlr and Pennlon Attorney. , jri Main wtreet. ' jut' FOR_SALE. Special attention called to the jrop#rt? at No. 97 North York itrwi I'm \ new, modem, seven-room**! <lw. modern convenience*. pr^-mii.;aubntantlHi appearance, with r?x ! twostory it table In r<-jir; good Mr ! ?! 4!rin yard In tlno condition. Will m*K- . r, did homo. Will k?-!1 for mi. you can buy a lot and build . . . ,t lions'; for. Possession at on .-, s<;or no fault. Or. O. SZMIITH, Kxehnntft- Brink Building. ft* 4 r\ AAA q>iu,uuu ?TO LOAN. ? In amounts ranging from S5Q0 to J.'.Oto, on city real estate. FINK & BRAUNLICH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 'Phone 68?. 1143 Market Str?t JACOB SNYDER HOMESTEAD FOR SALE. We offer for sale ?t a bargain th? la:* residence of Jacob Hnyder, deceaM"1. r.:u? ate and known a* No. SIS. on the w? side of North Main street. The house l? ar. elegant, large dwelling of three stories. well lighted and ventilated., with all modera Improvement*, and in first-class order. The grounds are ?paclou? and well kept, extending to the river, and the view alor.* the Ohio river Is one of tbe finest ir. the nlshed or unfurnished. A rare chance on t' quick wile. For particulars apply to RINEHART & TATIM, Telephone 219. City Bank TO LET. Vrw, all modren housc-s on thi south side of Fourteenth and Jacob streets, eight rooms, bath, laundry, with furnace, electric light, both saxes. The plumbing and general finish will be the best Possession on or about July 1, 1SS7. ROLF St ZHNE.? 30 Fourteenth Street. EDUCATIONAL. SUMMER LAW SCHOOL At the West Virginia University. All th? 1S97. ends August 4. 1KT. Send for circular, giving lull Information. Address, I OKEY JOHNSON*. Dean. Morguntown, \\. V*. May 4. 1SP7. my5 iiiiminiFiiifi CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. Letters, Science, Ltw, Medicine, Engineering. S?Mion b?cins lith 8*pt#nib*r In the non-m?l?r?I PWmutl region. Ktr.ll?nt granuicm furc?ulofiM kldrw P. B-BARRINGEBJuMlhA-s DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. The only school In th? city with established reputation. Why take any ri#kThru patronize the ouo rcaponsibl? financially and otherwise. Only LATEST Bu?lness Methods taucht. and JU8T AS PIL\<*TICAI# aa in our mo?: COMMERCIAL. SHORTHAND. EM; LISH AND TELEGRAPH DlirARiMKNTR. Tuitions low ai In any other *ehool Both aexea; enter any time. Call or ad* flrrus for catalopu''. W"?.ung Business C0ll!2 co*w? mm> vat miiim siwiis. mrs. harts SCHOOL FOR YOUNG.. LADILS AND CHILDREN. 1316 AVD (318 HAIUI 51*111. WHttlflfc ? u SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION. Thla uphool offers a cnmplct* a?;1 < '?? ouch education in Practical Lnp?? Mathematics. Kn^llnlt Claaslc*. Mod'-rn LAtiKuaRr^ and Elocution ART STUDIO, conducted l<> Mm. ' Itubbard. ofTera superior I'cncii, tjnarcoai. *????-. . Drawing* and Oil Fainting. . . .... Hoys rerolvisl in tho Primary *nrt ,1. mediate Departments. For circular* or trnlcw, apply to MRS. M. STEVENS H*RT, Prin.ip*1 WHEEL!WO. W. VA. INSURANCE. riEAIi E0TATC TITLE INSURANCE. Jfynn purchan* or mukn* loan <vi riii ettate havo tt.o tiiia ?tuur*l bf tn Wheeling Title and Trust Ci, NO. 1.115 MAUKItr STRKKr n. M. RU8BKI.I. L. r. STIFI 1'iotideot C.J. RAW I INU F.L 81 NO I f : * Vice PrMlilftnl. Am'I S 0. K. K. OlLUIUldT. Kxaminor o.' Ttt'gj