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WHO IS TO BLAME?
Tryia&to Fix the Responsibility for the I'rbana Trujaedy. THE LYNCHING BEARS FRUIT. TIm CIIIiim of th* CHjr P*tltlou th* Lie* tetalur* to Uaki CrintM Like thai of MMCMII PaaUhmkU with DmUi-A OsRrt Martial Jlajr Itasnlt from 111* Affklr? Did |h? Troop* T?h? Order* from frrUmfmrl i } URBANA. 0.. Ju*e 6.?It Is the previUlnjc sentiment of the heat dement of the town that further danger of bloodshed Is over. The feeling toward the and the cantata of comuany D. ? together with Che men under him. In. nevertheless, very bitter, and dire threats of vengeance are still made Against the official in command of the troops and the guards themselves. Not over a doaen members of the company [ ore In the city at present, and these do V not dare to show themselves on the streets. Gus Glessner. a sergeant of the company, went t<> Woodstock to escape the vengeance of the angry populace. Word come from that place that Glesaner was driven out of the village by u large crowd of the residents of the town. Zack Wank, the father of John Wank, who was probably fatally hurt, made the [ threat openly on the *troet during the i day that he wmild shoot Sheriff McLaln and Captain Leonard on sight if hi* boy dies of his Injuries. OtMral Axlitte *i%ik? Stmatlnn. Adjutant General Axllne arrived in the city last evening from Columbua to feel the public poise. He was accompanied by Colonel Anthony, of the Third Regiment. and Adjutant Siarchman. of 8pringfleid. The adjutant general was found at the cvninty Jail this evening by yuur representative. He was in consultation with Judge Heiserman. Mayor Ganson and Deputy Sheriff Miller, and the' situation was being thoroughly sounded. When asked for a statement Gieneral AxIIno srald he had come over from Columbus to ascertain whether it would be safe for the members ??f the i ~ IT* ? ?!,! It u Company tu rcium uvwc. ???. .. ? Ue duty of the state to protect her citizens. and her soldiers as well. The militiamen had simply acted under orders, and they should not be held accountable tor discharging- their duty. When asked If mar* troops would be ordered here in case of further trouble, fie answered they certainly would, but he had no idea that law-abiding citizens desire to add another page to the bloody chapter of Friday. He claimed that ; Captain Leonard, who was suffering with an injured ankle before the trouble occurred, had been further hurt, having been struck in the breajt with a stone the night of the attack. He intimated that K was not likely that the captain would attempt to return until the excltexaant had completely died out. General AxHne may remain In the city until Monday. &??4llUa of lM WonniM. Wes Bowen. the Cable man. who was frightfully injured by a bullet flred by the militia, was taken to#hls home yesterday morning. Colonel Frank Chance arranged with the Pennsylvania Kailroad Company for thr? 10 o'clock morning train to stop at tha: place, and Bowen was taken from che Howies Hotel to the . depot In a hack. Bowen was shot through the pelvis; the ball entering on the left side and passing out through the hip. Dr. Henderson, who has been attending him. stated this afternoon that his recovery is extremely doubtful. Jack Wank, another victim of the Indiscriminate firing of the guar J?, wa? till alive this afternoon, althought his condition was very critical. Wank was not in the crowd that was attempting to break down the south door of the Jail. He was standing at the corner of the court houite steps. The first bullet truck above the crest of the left flank. As he fell the injured man says he saw one of the guards deliberately aim at him as he lay on the ground and fire. The second bullet entered the right thigh and came out at the hip. The first bullet ! Is still in the body, and it l? feared that It has penetrated the bowels. Dr. Mo*grore. who Is attending th* Injured man. i aid this afternoon that his condition I was slightly Improved to-day ami he; hoped for the best. He passed a favorable night, and the attending, pryslclan 1 Is of the opinion that he has a slight chance of recovery. A Petition to Ilia MRHliinrr. I . It Is highly probable Chat the events or til* latt three days, which have cast so profound a doom over this city and startled the entire country, will crystal ise into action which may have & ten* dency to prevent in the future the terrible con?e<juences of the commission of ?o f??ul a crime as that for which Mitchell was lynched. The following was circulated and received hundred* of signatures: *We, your petitioners, voting cltlsens of Champaign county, respectfully set forth the following: Owing to the utter Inadequacy of the penalty fixed by the laws of our state for the punishment of outrage upon motherhood, womanhood and 'home, and the general desire t<> Inflict a penalty more fit than that which the law provide*, another trsglc event has followed the commission of that odious crime. The foul assailant has m?*t violent death at the hands of a maddened crowd, and as a result of the excitement growing out of th?* effort to get possession of him several Innoccnt people have been killed. These deplorable scenes occur almost as regularly a< the crime Is committed. They will continue to occur until a penalty 1? fixed by law which ahall satisfy the people, and the people are sure no guilty man shall escape It. MWe, therefore, pray ynur honorable UOUJ lO prvvviib ubll wvvm. ., future, and to throw another safeguard around our homes, our mothers, our wives, our sifter* and our daughter*, by tha punishing ??f the orlmo with the death penalty, or. at leant, hy Inflicting a life sentence with other punishment, if not constitutional." Bieklin'i Arnica Half*. Tha best salvo In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhoum. fever ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain*, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 rent* per box. For sals by Logan Drug Co. ITCHING SS-S inherited Kciema. She racclrcd the but medical attention, wu firen many patent medlcIdm, ana used various external application!, but they bad no effect whatever. 8. 8. 8. rA7rua wm"iTrn> M./rMfl and promptly LULL ID ft reached the ?eat of the diaeaae, no that be la cured aound and well, her akin la perfectly clear and pure, and a be haa been eared from 4% A what threatened '1 ^ ^ fc. ^ to blight her life foreter." E. D. k. Wj Jenklnn, Lltlionla, Oa. 8. 8. 8. lifaaraatMd frtlj r(frtabl?, and la the only cure for deep neated blood dlaeaaea. IMoki Imi addrM, Swift Bpeeiflo Compuy, AHaau,Oa. a remarkable thief. . E*|Uml Owns m Wouiau who la Ika Moat A it roll Pllftnr on lUcor.t. LONDON, June 6.?America has been I r elieved of the responsibility of beln* I tlto home of the most adroit thief who jhl>? appeared In Kurope for a Ion* i tin te. While I wn In Geneva last summar the inanwrers of the expoidtlon thet e were much worried by the dlsuppeat ance of very valuable watches. | The watch exhibit was arranged In I case* against the walls of the great hall. All were kept carefully locked, and in the center of the hall sat a cleric, who held the key which would unlock: all the cam-*. He was a particularly trustworthy person, selected by I the watchmakers' association. If any visitor 'wished to examine u watch he 1 could d't? so only by rroln?c to him and i getting .him to accompany hlin to the caao In which the watch was shown. Thus onity one case could be opened at a time. This 0)Vtem. It was fnndly believed, ( would pre*vent theft absolutely, but the show wusi not three weeks old before | very valuable watches were found to be mlaelng. Wo one for a second suspected the clerV. It was a great mystery. At last It was observed that whenever | watches we*e ml.-Med from the cases a certain young woman una uft*n mere. Three Mpart I? times she wu filled, and searched. but nothing wan found, and at last tihe Idea that sh?? was th? thief wu* Riven up. Finally thr?*e watchcs were- stolen from one case In one day. She had looked at them. She was informally arrested. One watch was found In h?r month,' nnd the WU charged with having swallowed the other watches. It should be understood that th? smaller. a Swbei watch, is the more valuable. She then confessed that she bad swallowed itlghteen watches. She afterward* denial th" confession, und claimed to be an American cltlxen, but refuted ?> appeal t.> the minuter. Lam week she confessod that she was an English subject, and that she had been carrying un this pivuliar kind of thievery for several years. She has not 1 been sentenced yet; but will probably get a Ions term. a i n ? n it A OIbmiUc ItallroaU P/oJcctofwhlch It U * .Member. CHICAGO, June A. trans-contlnenta! railroad, from tidewater to tlde1 water. Is the gigantic enterprise which was set In motion whan >30.000 was paid yesterday nt Springfield for the Incorporation of a com party with a capital stock of $30,000,000. Tho Baltimore & Ohio, the Wisconsin | Central, the Chicago a?d Northern Pacific and the Northern Pacific systems figure In the great undertaking. By a tholr hranchix Cuiisuiiuatiuu ui ... | and connections will be produced the new system, on* end of which will i touch the Atlantic, the other the PaclI rtc. The headquarters of the system I will be In Chicago. ! The chief promoter and the man who | ha* carried this gigantic plan to the I present stage. la William Allen Butler, of Yonkera. N. Y. Associated with him art* Edward Adams. of the Northern I Pacific, and F. T. Gates, of Mt. Clair, X J. Mr. Gates represents th?? RockeI fellers, the Standard Oil corporation belli* largely interested in the underttk, m*. DroituM WhlU (Ulhln*. I Special Dispatch to th?i Intelligencer. ! Bl'CKHANNOX. W. Va.. June 5.-Ira C. Barnett. aged twenty years, white In bathing above town, was drowned. He was unablo to swim, and got Into a . deep hole. Ills companions were unable to help him. The body was recovered and will be taken to his home In Harrison county. 19 BEST OF HTJKOB. Bacon?Bach salmon, It la said, produces about 20.000.000 eggs. Egbert? And they don't cackle about It, either. ?Puck. The Bright Youngster?Mamma. If I i am good, will I go to heaven? Mamma ?Yea. dear. The Bright Boy?How will I get back??Cincinnati Tribune. "His aim In life seems to be a poor one." ' "Yes; he Inherit! that from his moth- , rr. I ?>nce saw her throw a stone at n dog In the street and hit her husband In the back yard."?Tit-Bits. "In Boston the monkeys can ride the bicycle." i "That's nothing: Boston parrots , have been quoting Emetaon for years and years and years."?Detroit Free IfCM. "A baby." remarked the observer of j men and thing*, "may not have a* much sense as a man. but I don't imagine a baby believe* every woman who ' come* along and tells him she loves j him."?Detroit Journal. 'It's absurd and It's unfair, Maria, to accuse me of swearing. You nsver heard me utter a profane word In your life." "You're swearing In your mind right now, John Itlllux. and you know It! I ; can tell It by the blank look In $-our face!'*?Chicago Tribune. In order not to be an exception to the rule. CutboHard ran down his motherin-law. "Brk-fly.vhat have you airalnst her?" asked his friend. Impatiently. "Her daughter." was the laconic reply.?L'llluntre de Poche. "Mrs. ITIggins 1" atill wildly In love grlth her husband." "Does she put the buttons In his shirts for him yet?" "No; but he told her he sat up nil night playing poker without any stakes ?and she believes him.?Detroit Free Press. How It Came About ?"I have been wondering." said Champion Abdul 11amid, to his grand viiler, "whether we had better follow the example of our fellow-champion. Fitz?lmtncns. and go on the stage." "Twenty thousand candle-power arc light of the universe." replied the vlsler. "I fear you would be unable to square the critics. I have a better plan. We can force tho Cireeks to pay well for the *how we have given them." And forthwith the claim for tho earth was framed.?Philadelphia North American. *? Art. Hmiller Itnok. The Baltimore & Ohio railroad has Just Issued a very handsome book for lummT travel, describing the mountain resorts, springs and baths located on nnd adjacent to It* linos; also the various waterln places on the Atlantic coast. The routes for reaching them are set forth In ii comprehensive and clear manner. The book Is printed on fine paper, beautifully illustrated, and will prove of valuable assistance to parties contemplating a summer tour Copies ran be had by applying to various Baltimore & Ohio agents or by xcndlutt 10 rents In utamp* to cover postage to J. M. Srhryver. general passenger agent, Baltimore, Md. Jr. O. V, A. n. r?rA4t?i lit IMllihnroli. The Baltimore A- Ohio railroad will sell excursion tickets to PlttHhurgh. account of the parade of the Junior Order American Mechanics, from Morgantown. Connellavllle, Wheeling and Intermediate ticket station*, for all trains of June 11, valid for return passage until June 17, at one fduglo f.ir?- fur the round trip, except that no rate shall bo lean than twenty-five cents. THE secret of happiness, "Keep your liver right." Burdock Blood r<lM?rn Is (nature's remedy for complaint* of tho liver and bowels. LIT THEM TILL IT. Tli* Pabllo VIUnilMM uf Onr i'lilcrna art \Vhal Count llara?FablUM? U what tlir ' I'aople \Va?t. Let them tell It. Let the public apeak on the subject. I It means a better understanding. Mean* loss misery in Wheeling. Mean* confidence In a good thing. Home endorsement count*. Easier to believe your neighbor*. | Than strangers In a far-auiiy town. Every tux of Dean'# Kidney Pill* Is backed by home testimony. Kidney disorders?urinary troubles? | Are on the decrease here. Doan's Kidney Pills are thecauseof It. , Relieving back* and curing citizen*. Is their daily work. Here's a cane In point: Mrs. John Laurell, of So. 154 Eighteenth street, soys: "Doan's Kidney Pill* have been of the greatest net-vice to me. I have been troubled on und off for the past twenty years with my kidneys and back, the complaint gradually growing worse. Home day* 1 had such a terrible soreness through my back that It was Impossible forme to j straighten up. und I had frequent at* i tacks of dizziness; sinking feeling** that I could hardly endure; could no! rest well at nights; and fluttering around the heart. I fell down Italn I many years ago and alighted on my | back across a step and 1 think probably that may huve been the origin of the trouble, but whatever the cau< nothing did me any good until I got ikuin'M Kidney Pills at the Logan Drue Co. store. I had not taken them very f Ions before I felt their beneficial ef- j feet*. This continued nnd I now feel better nnd stronger than I have for ! year*." Dana's Kidney Till* are for Hale by nil dealers. Price 50 c?-nts per box, or nix boxes for 50. Sent by mull on receipt of pries by Fostsr-Mllburn Co., Ituffulo. N. V., sole agents for the United State*. THE PRICE IS LOW. And the IlriNlti >??lUf?etory? It Only ( aiti W Onti. Slater. you wouldn't hesitate a second to pay25cents for Just one dose of a medicine that would give you instant relief when suffering Intense pain, would you? Now. Lightning Hot Drops will moat positively euro oil forms of stomach and bowel trouble, dlorrhea. cholera morbus, flux, cramp, colic, wind on the stomach. Indigestion, infantilo colic, etc., and only coats 25 cents a bottle, over 30 doses. Lightning Hot Drops cures permanently and quickly and leaves no bad effects. You will be surprised to find how quick relief comes after Its use. Lightning Hot Drops will relieve any kind of n pain, external or Internal It Is convenient to have on hand all the time, for you can't tell how soon an accident will hapi>en. One bottlu of Lightning Hot Drops is better In the houae than a cupboard full of paregoric. Batsman's drops, plasters, Jamacia ginger, camphor pills and liniments. It does the work of them all rombined. and only costa 25 cents a bot tie. Wonderful, wonderful are the virtue* of this Rrent. universal remedy. You take no chance* In buying It either, for If you feel no benefit after using It a* directed your druggist will give you your money back. You *ec It coat* nothing to try It. It Is cheaper to buy the W> cent bottle, as It contains 2H times a* much as the 25 cent si**. If you don't need It to-day get a bottle anyway and have it on hand In case something happens. Not one false statement has been made nor an exaggerated account given of the great effects of Lightning Hot Drops, and when you have onco used It you will be of the same opinion. Lightning Hot Drops are mailt* by the Herb Medlcino Co.. Springfield. O., and no honest druggist will try to sell you something else. Notice th?* Imprint. Herb Med. Co.. Springfield, O.. on each bottle and don't be persuaded to take something else, for It Is not as good as Lightning Hot Drops. la miner Kscartlon ticket* on Sfonongah?la Ittver. Commencing June 1. the Monongahela River Railroad Company will sell round trip summer excursion ticket*to W eDSlcr BprmRfl. v? . v?., nuu iriuiu. The location of Webster Springs Is sixteen miles from Cowen. W. Va. Tickets are printed to read via Cowen. and hack line between Cowen and Webster Springs, though If passengers holding Webster Spring* tickets desire to visit Camden-on-Oauley. these tickets will he honored for passage Cowen to Camden-on-Gauley and return without extra charge. The new and TOmmodlous hotel, containing sixty guest rooms, will be opened about June 15. after which time ample accommodations will be afforded for a large attendance Tickets on sale. June 1 to .September 30, Inclusive, and good returning until October 21, 1897: RATES: Fairmont 18 40 Watson 8 30 Monong.kh H 10 Worthington 7 85 Hutchinson 7 80 Enterprise 7 75 Hhlnnston 7 60 Lumberport 7 45 Clark 7 25 Farnum 7 10 ?? ? nr\Tt?f t?o A I ri. U. n ui?o, J. A. FICKIXGER. General SupL Vice Pres. and Gen. Man. EXCURSIONS TO PITTSBURGH VU Peuuixlvanla Linn J?ne l'i, 13, 14 and 16. Low rat* account Jr. O. V. A. M. National Council open to all. For detail* apply to Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agents. J. 0. Tomllnson, or J. Ballle, tlckct agents. Wheeling. Raitdaf EicHrtlom. The Baltimore & Ohio railroad will sell excursion tickets every Sunday during June, July and August. between Wheeling. Grafton and intermediate points. Tickets will be sold for all regular trains only to iuch points as trains are scheduled to ?tup. and valid for return on regular trains on day ??f Issue, at one single fare f>?r the round trip. Further Information can b+ had by applying to Baltlmoro A Ohio ticket agents. _ WHEN the spring time come?, "gentle Annie," like all other eennlble persons, will cleanse the llvpr and renovate? tho system with DeWltt's Little Vn.-lu Irianra little nilll for th(? llvor fltjd itomnrh all tho year round. Charles R Goot*e. corner Markrt nnd Twelfth ntr?H?ts: Howie & Co.. lirldi:** port; Penbody A Son. Henwood. 7 Ironing Save your stren M JljZy \ poods a JjV ^XUand wo don't use less?that only incre; no soap with it; nothing but P "^SsS&^Sig^ HOOTED THE EMPEROR. 4i?rraaiiy'a R?:?r <J?t? Tt?l< ?r Public llUllkr. BERUK, June 6.?Several unusual toattires accompanied th*? great spring parade ou the TempcJhof grounds. Just Tuesday. I!y the rigorous .pollpe rule barring all tram? from th?- atrevts leading to the Tetnpelhof, the public was virtually excluded from thin night, which for many years has been a popular diversion. The orders were brutally tarried out by the police, many persons being kicked and Injured on the field. The number of carriage* was much smaller than usual. The emperor and empress. while going to and coming from the field were not once cheered by the populace* which was In a very ugly mood, an the police policy was attributed to the emperor'* order*. Heveral person* in the. dense crowd hooted the emperor, which was Instant!y answered by the police forcibly dlsl>erslng the throng and arresting a score of people. The empress wus pale and nervous and wus so affected by all this that she suffered from a violent headache and Insisted upon returning to the rustle, the emperor therefore Stopping the parade before it was half Unbilled. In the Jostle on leaving the TernpHhof the empress was again badly scared. Women of the lower classes suddenly appeared lit h?-r horses* head*, aod with a threatening gesture one <>f the women threw a petition in the face 1 of the empress. In the turmoil which ensued, her majesty loot a unique deo- i oration conferred upon her by Queen I Victoria and composed of the queen's. enameled portrait set with big diaI monds. The* empress wu present m me parade on horseback, In white riding habit of the pattern of the uniform of the queen's own Pomeranian cuirassiers, and wear!rue a triple peak, white cockade hat of the old Beyrouth dragoons. Across her breast she wore the broad orange band of the order of the Hlack liable. The newspapers all condemn the severe police measures adopted In exeluding the people from such occasions, and contrast them with the course under Emperors William I and Frederick III. Among the Invited spectators at the j parade were United States Ambassador I Uhl and his family. John W. Foster, the 1 I'nited States seal commissioner, and Mrs. Foster. Mr. Foster, while <?n bit way to Itupsla, stopped four days in this city and was honored with a reception by Mr. Uhl, which was attended by a number of diplomats formerly stationed at Washington. tPWOITH LEAGUE COlTVZflTIOlf Par Wmi Virginia Meat* mt ChwlMwa, Jaljr'41-I<arge Attendance Expected. The third convention of the Went Virginia conference Epworth League, meets at the state capital, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, July 21, 22 and 23. The railroads have been very generous to the league, as mo.?t of them Klve a rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip to the convention, and the OJik) River railroad (five* a rate of one fare for the round trip over its lines. All the roada give u half-fare rate to the great International Ep worth League conference to be held In Toronto, Canada. July 15-1$. A goodly number u III go (mm West Virginia, Including several state officials. The Charleston convention Immediately follows, and opens with a reception by the governor ut the executive mansion on the evening of the 21st. The programme throughout Is one of high order. All Methodist Episcopal pastors are delegates, and each chapter should elect an additional delegate for each forty members or two-thirds fraction thereof. Every chapter Is entitled to at least one delegate In addition to the pastor. The convention will no doubt bo large and helpful. For further Information, address Mr. David Dick, secretary local league, Charleston, W, Va.. to whom the names and addresses of all delegates should bo sent as soon as they are elected, so that arrangements may be made for their entertainment. THIHGS WORTH OOWIKO. Enqland sent 350,000,000 messages by telephone last year, 7,000,000 more than the year before. North Carolina claims a moonshiner who Is only fifteen years old, but runs the business successfully. It Is mid In New England that Bath, Me., has more smoxers man a iy ouier (own of similar size In that country. The tartar on human teeth If filled with arlmalculae, which are destroyed by vinegar. Vinegar Itself contains eel-like Insects. The Barbers' International Union, of San Francisco, has opened a free employment bureau, and Is making a euccess of It. Cuba has 192 coffee plantations. 700 sugar plantations. 4.500 tobacco estates,. 3,200 cattle farms, and 1.700 small farms devoted to various products. The average yield of potatoes to the acre In France Is 102 bushels; In Germany. 121; In Italy. 164; In Holland. 177; In the United States, seventy-flve. Norway Is <he only country In the world which Is not Increasing Us annual yield of cereals. The reason Is found in climatic conditions. The largest estate*? In Austria^are those of Prtnc? Hen wanton "urn, oiv.wi acres; Prince Llchtenstein, 450.000, an J Archduke Albert, 305,000. The somewhat curious statement is made by a Boston newspaper that no policemen are ever stationed on Boston Common, except on Sundays and holidays. A St. Louis woman hod a guardian appointed for h<ir husband on proving that he spent all of his pension money ?$30?every month for patent medicines. _ Tli?r? U Nothing So (lood. There Is nothing Just as good as Dr. King's New Discovery for Conaumj tion. Coughs and Cold*, so demand It and do not permit the dealer to sell you some substitute. He will not claim there is anything better, but In order to make mora profit he may claim something else to be Just as good. You want l>r. King's New Discovery because you know it to be safe and reliable, snd guaranteed to do good or money refunded. For Coughs. Colds. Consumption and for all affections of Throat, Chest and Lungs.there In nothing ho good as Is Dr. King's new Discovery. At Logan Drug Company's Drug Store. Regular size SO cents and *1 00- 3 is hard enough. gth for that Make the rest tshing easy with Pcarlinc. soil; rinse?that is all there is The clothcs arc cleaner and ;han in the old way; colored ,re brighter; flannels are softer n't shrink. Use your Pearline just as ccted on every package, and iu'11 get the best results. Don't e more?that only wastes it; iscs your work. Use it alone; earline. mi WZs&afrjr/t.9 MEDICAL. Georgia's Fair Authoress Tells Why 8 ha Um Or. MlUf nutoratlvt Rtmtdlet, TnE NAME of Mm. J E. Harwell. tafe Julia Emma Flcmtnlnjf) li a familiar one la tbe ?t*te of (leorrl*. 8b* write*; " 11 Is with p!ea?uto that I orprcsa lay gratitude for the wonderful benefits I have received from Dr. Miles' Restorative Remedies, especially the Nervine, the Nenro and Liver PIlis, New Heart Curoaud AntlPala PI I la Actual osporlcnre has taupbt me their great worth. No family should bo Mnns?n| without them. Tbey ha.ye fully restored gy mmtt ' , m0 tr0m a complies* K: IvWla* 'Mj tlonofdlsordoracblefIJ affecting tho heart, Rfwif fM nig nervous system and kidneys. When I travjflB ol I always take ono of your Auti-l'ain Pills before enterlug tho cars and thus prevent swimming of the bead and nausea, to which I have been subject for several years." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart and Nerves sent free to all applicants. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. ' Disease CATARRH I A Climatic PPTTTIVI Affection rf.twW Nothing but a lo- C/?rpCCLD* cal re mod y orM^gto^^SI change of climate w**will cure It. ?2 Get a well-known fc' pharmaceut-HE* >> leal remedy, Ely's Cream Balingm sorbed. **<11 vta Relief at once. Opens Nasal Passages. ""COLD "i HEAD Allays Inflammation. Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores tho 8enses of Tanto and Smell. No Cocaine. No Mercury, No Injurloua Drug. Full Size 50c, Trial 8is? 10c, at Druggists or by malt. ELY BROTHL-RS. mwfAwT_ K Warren Street, New York._ rZBSL ifillWlTlTiMiirl IbM New York, Nov. tst, i&A To Editor and Readers??I have discovered an almolutaCL'RBfor CONSUMPTION and all Bronchial, Throat, Cheat ar.J Ltinir Troubles. *ftreral Wsakneis, Lo?aof Flesh and all Conditions of Waatinc A war. By Jt? timely nse thousands of apparent^ hopeless case* nave already b*en rKRHANENTLV CCRED. So nroof-ponitivoam I of Its Power to Cure. I will aend CDCBtoanyonr afflicted, THREE BOTTLBSrlltLof my Newly Discovered Remedy, upon receipt of Express and Postoffice address. A1 wnvs sincerely yonrs. T. A. SLOCVM. M. C., ?lj Pearl St., K.Y. TOsen writlat the Doctor, plaaae neaUoc thla paper. del3-s^w MADE ME A MAN rTV AJAX TABLETS F08ITIYELY CUBE kj A LL >i rww Falllaa MamKf 2|i ory.ImpcXaacy. Hj,Im*m?, etr., c?a*M **1 by A boss or otbar F.imm an<i IndU> ,JbL eratlooa, T*#v quirklw and tur?lt# l~-7 raatoreLo*Vitality tn old or Toung. and fit a man for nod 7, bntlacaior oamatfa. Pr?r?n t Insanity and Gooaoaptloa IX Ere it epoo havtac (ha aaaotaa Ajaz l*?l?Ca. Tbay ha??rar*dUio?Maa<laaad wtllcarvyoa Wafhmapqa1U*? written (uraatM to affact a rare CA PTC la eachcaaaor rafnad tha mooay. PrloaOUO IdiMr MfitiMi or tlx ofc?M (fall irMtmnatl far tUO. Hr ruilL id plain wrapper, oroo rac*tj< of pric*. Circular aJax remedy co., hj52zvp For s&lo In Wheeling. TV. V*., by I>c#raa Drug Co. feZMth&j HIRES' ROOT BEER. S4cm OTTW of Hires Rootbeer on a sweltering hot day is highly essential to comfort and health. It cools the blood, reduces your temperature, tones the stomach. HIRES Rootbeer should be in every ( home, in every < office, in every workshop. A temperance I drink, more healthful than ice water, more delightful ana B. IBH satisfying than nny .Mother' beverage pro.ijwHduccd. Kll Ni*Ml?tot?(lifkit , LuBJ Ri? ?v. rMi?4*i(>u?. a r*?. Jnf wwii? mitu. s*u ?. PLT7MBINO, ETC. ' HI* M'KOWN PlnmblnR. *??!? nnJ Steam Fitting; CiARolIno nnd OHs of nil kind*. Sower Pipe, rtc.. 11>11 Market ftrct. Wheelinr. W. Vn. Telephone 104. fclstlmuteii Furnished. my3 ROBT. W. KYLE. Practical Plumber, Gas an J Staun Fitter, 1155 MARKET STREET. *wr,u *nd Klectrlrt rhnndelton Filter*. an 1 Tnrior *? M.irur-? a -trinity., mrJ TTflLLUtt HAKK i BON. Practical Plumbers, (iAS AM) STKXH KIT IK US. No. 39 Twelfth Stridor a \v i' o !'r ?*i :w RimimMi n ;mi TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY, SUPPLY HOUSE. rinmhtnir *wl (la? Flttlnj, Strain nut) Hi t Water llc.itl ij. A roll I-IH" f [lheO^fo-1 M SNOW STEAM PUMPS Kept Coaiuailr oa Uiud. RBAL EflTATB. _ FOB, BENT ' No. 133 Fourteenth ?treef i;; No. 127 Fourteenth ?rwt;., No. 37 Seventeenth atre?-t No. G?> Seventeenth ntreet No. 21 Sixteenth street, llrst flo?r No. JW Sixteenth stre?;t No. !' if. Main ?tfoet. aluio room m dwcllInK a Nu. 1?22 Main street, store room No. ZZX Main street, 3 rooms No. 222:$ Main street, G rooms No. T7B Main ilf'-t No. Main street, 3 room*-, i cw* furnished. for No. 337 Main street, saloon an<l room* Summer reeldene*. 4 or z roomx Selhert Homestead, National it Residence lvJ?lnKton Lane, 11 room 3 acres ground, 2??> fruit trees. Saloon In Martin's Ferry 4-roomed house CmciDI PUi I 3-roomed house Manchest'-r. Coal property east of MC. de Char.No. 2311' Market >trc?t, blarkxrj.. shop Stable 1514 Alley I! No. 2*>7 Chapllne street. 3 roomNo. 9103 Wood street. 3 rooms No. 232'J Allry R. 2 room* No. CIO Main street, 2 rooms Five rooms In n*ar of Mission Sur.day School, Eighteenth *ti>< ' FOR BALE. Store room and ' dwelling I .jn\ Ohio; will exchange for u farm. No. 4."?2 and 4Zt National Itoa 1. No. 1"2T? McColloeh street No. to Seventeenth street. JAIVItS A. ncNHY, Real Kstate Agent. Collector v -,-7 public and Pension Attorn.y, , Main street. " FOB SALE. Special attention railed to t !?? pt ? at No. V! North York afreet J r., 4 new, modern. ?. vrn-room?sd dw>! . a modern convenient*. predentin j rubstantlal app<aram<. with . tory Htable In r?ar; good bftr : 4 , 4 yard In fine ? ondltl< n. Will rrak did homo. Will sell for murh Wit > tn you can buy a lot and build uj . .t hou<M? for. Posseaalon at on< h. ; ;or no fault. C3-. O. SMITH, Exchange Bank Building $To76o6 TO LOAN. ? In amounts ranging from J500 to fc.MO, on city real estate. FINK& BRAUNLICH. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 'Phone Q7. lltt Market Stre-i. JACOB SNYDER HOMESTEAD FOR SALE. We offer for sale at a banraln the Ute residence of Jacob Snyder, deceased. *ituato and known as No. SIS, on the w?-st ?id* of North Main street. The house l? an gant. large dwelling of three stories, ??:i lighted and ventilated, with al! modern Th? grounds are spacious and weil kept, extending to the river, and the view alone the Ohio river is on? of the finest in tfc# city. Will sell the property either furnished or unfurnished. A rare chance on ? quick sale. For particulars apply to RINEHART & TATIM, Telephone S9. City Bank Building. EDUCATIONAL. summer"law school At the West Virginia University. All the Law Faculty instructors. Begins June 2, 1&7. ends August 4.1807. Send for circular, giving full Information. Address. OK.EY JOHNSON. Dean. Morgantown. W. Va. May 4. IS9T.' my* UmVERSITTOmiBfilHIi CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. Letters. Science, Ltv, Medicine, Engineering. tawton h?cio? tub S*pt?mb?r. In tb? ooa-aAkltel Ptedraunt r?<toa. Exeoll*nt ?Tt?n*J!ara. ftt "?Ul?r>? AddrvM P"B. BAJUUSuKR. Cluimu. jul-tth&? DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL The only school In the city with established reputation. Why take any r.?k. Then patronize the one responsible financially and otherwise^ Only LATEST Buetness M?tbod? taught, and JUST AS PRACTICAL as In our most modern bufltness houses. COMMERCIAL. SHORTHAND. ENGLISH AND TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENTS. Tuitions lotr as In any other Rcho^l Both mzw: enter any time. Call cr aJrtress for catalorue. WHEtLINC fJlSWESS C0lL??i CORK* MAN AND TWtlfTN STRUTS. "MRS. HART'S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG.. LADIES AND CHILDREN. on md uu man smii. wiutu*. ?. ? I'lU'l'it iinntti CDCCTrtM diain annum- omahw" This school offers a complete and thorough education In Practical Mat hematic*. English Classics, Loua. Modern l.an?nmicee and Elocution. ART BTUDIO, conducted by Mrs. E*a Hubbard. offers superior advantage* tor Pencil. Charcoal. Water Color. Crayon Drawings and Oil Pnlntlnf. Boy* received In the Primary end Intermodiate Departmcnta. For circular* or interview, apply to MRS. M. STEVENS HART. Principal. WHEELING. w. VA. IN8URAN0B. IlllAZj ESTATE TITLE INSURANCE. Jfyotj purrhMO or meket loan oa oil c?:a;obi?vo tue tltto iu?ar<sl br W* Wheeling Title and Trust Cx, no. ists at.iUKtrr wnKirr1L M. RrsKEI.I. L F. STIFKL Freildsnt ^eoreurf C.J. RAW! IMi F. L 8IS(il.Kr"> Vice lYoalileut. A*?'t Secretary. O. R.E UlLCURl.sr. Examiner of ?; <? . RESTAURANT AND CAFE 1 lit: WIGWAM RESTAURANT <M> CAIE. Warm mcalu *rrvc<l In their b**t IXnini; rooms co*y and unug. A> ' on!i< cooking, nn ?1 prices reason*'1 ' r*-4taura?t that provide# * nr> itrul Gentlemen'* Dining entrance on Fourteenth street. . Merchant*' Dinner Dally, 55 cent* ? cla-* French Clirf- _ ??..! * H DKfllAKEU. rrorn.-__;? OIU.Kltrt mil THK MOkT COMI'l^ CATKP AND INTMOATR OF PRINTING carefully and inUll$*n''Z completed at ?h. INTKLLWENCKK W PRINTING OFFICE.