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FOR THE WOMEN.
Suggestion* nod Hints (or Mothers and Daughter*. GRACE OF OMITTING TRIFLES. Marryla? a *a* to Reform lllm Ii a DanIliroM Thtajc?Why U la WIm tor Par. Mti (a b* llllnd SoMillmn-Pcrtlaciit ' for Mothers?Xotr la th? Tim* to Itok Oof f* tho XMracUta Moth. i> Pamlutaa OumIp. ' ' AT*?4?r.HMrt*d Mildin. / Cleveland Leader. My daritna'a heart ta tender: All her way* aro paaslni; xweet; h 8h^a a radiant ray or aptendor l. Prom her topknot to her feet. ' ? l~il? >' ?vul aailnnul In tar grrat big. liquid ?ye?, [ ;; And she deems It awful badness < To enmesh ana torture Hies. Testerday she saw a fellow u Plying fearfully his goud: ft; She'Implored In acccnts mellow Kfc ^that he might decrease hln load. Ah. her heart is sweet and tender. p. Yet she wear* a bluebird** wing 1 J lift to gain a little splendor&Xt that's quite another thing. ? Marrying m Man in lUtarrn 111m*. I: .^The most subtle and deceitful hope i Ttfjftch ever existed, ami one which |1' wrecks the happiness of many a young | girl's life." writes Evangeltrt Divlght ! It. Moody. In tht June Ladles' Home Journal. "Is the common delusion that a woman can best reform a man by ! marrying him. U U a mystery to me t Ik>w people can be so blinded to the !' hundreds of cases In every community , where tottering homes have fallen and ! tnoocent lives have been wrecked. br| cause wme young girl ha* persisted In j l marrying a scoundrel in th? hope of i?' saving Mm I have never known such a : union, and 2 have *?>en hundred of ; them, result In anything but sadno?? and dtasster. Let no young girl thing that aha may be able to accomplish what a loving mother or sympatlietlc sisters have been unable (o do. Before . there is aoy contract of marriagt* there ! should be convincing proof that there has been real and thorough regeneration." Tfce Grace of Overlooking Trlflfi. Some one has said that the greatest I grace a woman can cultivate is the Scour unr ui utmuvnin? ?nwv?. > the children ool?y? Let their mother! ; Ignore the uproar a* far as she can. Are they sullen? Let -her allow thetn | to learn the first lesions or ?truggllng with a flt of depress!on without com| meat, unless they indulge in some outi break. Is Nora evidently In u bad temper? ! Boc* she slam the doors and rattle the : dishes? Let her mistress be unaware of the cloiKi upon the domestic horizon and H will soon blow over, whereas criticism would only stir up a storm. Is her husband unattentlve? Let her mlltngly overtook the fact. H?proachftf and nagging may be effective once or twice, bu: they -won lose their f potency. Ignore his tit? of absorption In other things, and his occasional attacks of bad temper. To noticc them Will only aggravate them. Frntluin* "Snrar Uortli." The use of the words "awful" and "awfully" by women us an adjective bas become a common "swear word" for the sex. says the Brooklyn Standard 1 Union. "Awfully nice." "awfully !. pretty." or in fact, "awfully" anything. Is a term that can be heard it* generul conversation among women In the par*, or in the street and at all times. Once Sn a while the adjective Is changed to (emuie, out vuniv m|hcii?c ui *>,%. sort Invariably accompanies every phrase. Th* masculine swearer oau the> coarser expression. "tl?" or "darned." or some other v*^ more emphatic axpletlv*. but it mean? the same thin*, no matter what the term. or. perhaps, to speak more-correctly, jt iw-nn.t nothng. except emphasis, for the word? :irt Ottered In the mo5?t thoughtless manner. Fatal Kruiarkiu "Have you ever noticed how. when you have once said tho wrong thlnr. and begin to flounder, how hopeltss it I t>? How you are *ure to go on and say tf worse. Jn spite of yourself, and the : words seem to allp from you as if they were possessed of natural depravity quite independent of your volition? "1 have bec?n horrified sometimes by my own speeches, w hich I seemed quite as powerles* to prevent ns If they had emanated from some other p?r>on. J * was talking with Mrs. A. lately, who. they say. Is on the eve? of separation with ber husband, and who, I am sure, dyes her hair, and who' I have been 4?,'< u an <in?u<(>Aa>fiil ia ?ilrnnf fo?* literary honor*. Mrs". Z. came up. and. with the be5t Intentions in the world, between us. we nearly finished poor Wrs. A. There was no sensitive topic that we in oyr embarrassment did not touch upon and then d<*ilre to change . the subjeot "I am bo particularly unfortunate In 1 thin respect that the other day. when I went to call upon a woman wearing a wig, I kept saying: :o myself before she came down to th?-* drawing room: 'Susan (that's my nam**) you munt not mention the word "win."' and the very first thing I blurted forth when she happened to say that It was very windy was: 'Yes, It is enough to blow one's wi<r off.'" The fatal attraction that causes people to make uncomplimentary remarks about near relatives Is proverbial, ??nd K behooves a stranger to careful In bis comments In a mixed assembla#c<?. "I say, old fellow," sold a man to a business friend, meeting him ?t a social reunion, 'did you seo the woman I took In to supper? Wasn't she bitter UKly? And she was ns stupid as she was plain.' "I saw you with my 8ister-ln-la;v." -was the answer, which might have been expected, for. llks 'cur.-"*' and 'chickens.' such remarks seem raieu Po 'come home to roost." lSIInd farcin*. In dealing with one's children, certainly she Is the wise mother who known whim to be conveniently blind, M)** nn experienced mother. There can be no hard and flxed laivn In regard to the management of little 9ne? without doing them a cruel Injustice. Sometimes n child Ij? sick, nervous, unstrung, and the fault that at another time might b?- punished, hould bn Ignored. Indeed, one I* tempted to wiy thot too much management. too many rules, a continual reminding of little breaches of manner or grammar, is worse than no management itt all. There has always been a wistful pat ho* In the story of the little boy who thought hl? name whs "Johnny Don't." "But that Is impossible." urged some one. "Inil what they call me at 1 iom?\" persisted the little fellow In nil gcx??I faith. Perhaps this kindly cultivated virtue of timely blindness ?=? only another name for tart. It Ignore* all that ..?.i I4M.I1/ Ojjkrew of thf IV uniuenNnii. ???.? ? _ uppropdatene** of tlm^ find seanon. Wh<?n we come homo tired nnd worn 1! In Wind to-tho /"art thnt we hnve throwr oursHves on the host Hofa an<l deposited our hut on tho floor. Wh? n wo nre almorbptf with prl^f 01 tvorry, ft tit** nut M?-e tho tortWfiuenoM' with which wo may hove? answered fi nuo*Mof? Thoro l,i ti" other quality than thli convenient MlnrJn?*?? whlcii make* no much for frhmdMhlp. Important "Onnl'i" for MoiIifm. Don't kiwi the Irtihy on the month 01 on the eyon nnd don't let any ow <!* do *o. It in dangerous to the tmhy li the mouth of the klwr he In ntiy wnj tmlMf-d. OonH you t>/il?y with food flrwl put Into your own mouth. K(H only I; I this common practice Althy In tho extreme but It H absolutely perilous to the baby Don't rub your baby** eyes with your otrn telle'! ???<* Don't put your lingers ill the baby's I mouth "to feel for teeth" or for any other purpose without having flrst thoroughly eleansed your hands. And then don't da It. Don't wash your Iwby's fac* with your own saliva. This is at onee as vile a practice us it Is common and a mother with decayed teeth can very readily cat*** the baby** face to break out In sores beraute of "the washing." Don't give a toothloet infant food requiring mastlcutlon. Don e pay the slightest attention to neighborhood oracles when your baby fails sick. Consult a. physician at once If you cannot afford to pay doctor bills hurry the baby to I he sanitarium. Dont' give the baby "anything It wants to keep it quiet," because you may give it something to keep yourself awake day and night until after the funeral. Don't let a nursing baby go without a. flannel stomach band summer or winter. Don't feed your baby from a sour or otherwise unclean nursing bottle. Wetter u thousand times l?-t the baby yell ( for its dinner a few minutea longer and , have a clean bottle. Don't "Jounce " your baby on your knees to stop its* crying. If It does stop it Is not because It has become hnppy but because It hasn't enough lung power i"ft it to permit it to cry and bredthe too. l*>n't Jerk and pull your baby because it cries. Only a coward would strike or abuse a helpless child. Don't forgst that a well baby is a happy baby ind (hat It is through no fault of the baby that it become* III. tlifirrl lou.Hurli. "The average young fellow la the agreeable young fellow who earns onough money to take care of himself and put by a Utile for special occasions." writes Ruth Aiitnoit in the June Ladles* Home Journal "But he i* not a millionaire and he not the ypung man drawn by those Illustrators who. In black JimJ white, give us so-called society skHche*. "A combination of foolish Influences makes the Klrl of to-day expect entirely too much from the youitK man of today. She reads, or is told, that when a young man is engaged to be married he sends his Ijlancee so mahy pounds ??f sweets, so many boxes e>f flowers, as well as all the new books and all the ?thai n<av Dhimiir ??nfh tt'eek. "If there were moro honest girls In th?* world?honest In their treatment >f young men?there would be more marriages and fewer thieves. Yes. I mean exactly what I say. ft Is the expectation on the part of a foolish girl that a man should do more than he can honestly, that lias driven many men to th?' penitentiary an?l many more to lives of so-called Minnie blessedness." l ook Out for 111* .Moth. Mrs. Moth?the first?Is early abroad, and genrally makes herself useful during the month of May. When the winter's clothing is put away for the Hummer 11 may reclve but casual treatment, and when It goes into permanent quarters carri"# with It the little knots of egga. In due time these hatch, then something happens, and perhups month* later the good housewife wondere how th?-se vexatious and ruinous moths got irt-? her strong i?"\. The unfortunat woman does not realize that unwittingly si).- herself put them there. < >n .1 bright sunny day the woolens which an- to be put away for the summer should be taken into the outer air, given a thorough dusting and brushing, cleaned of any gr?-.>se spots, if surh there are. ana nung ior several nuu.? ??. the bright sunlight. If this has been thoroughly done the garments will b" free from eggs. It remains then t-? draw them or pack them In such a mann?*r that the moth* cannot iret at them. The simplest way Is to enclose each garment In a stout paper sack, free from rent or hole, and 50 secured that the mother moth cannot find;entrance. She will not Attempt to perforate the paper. The utility of such odorous articles as camphor, tobacco, cedar, cloves and the like, I* very much doubted by thoso giving the matter much attention. Very likely they may deter the living moth from alighting where there in a smell disagreeable to her. to deposit her eggs; but once the *ggs are laid, the larva will hatch just the same, and once hatched will devour their surroundings, according to their nature. t:wfnl IIlilts. A loaf of cake that has got dry and | stale may be freshened so as to seem newly baked cakc by putting It In a tin. | covering the tin with another pan. and 1 leaving the whole In a warm oven about j twenty minute. To boll meat ho as to retain the Juices, I and soluble Halts, and yet cook It sutll- , clently. It should b*? plunged Into boiling j water nnd boiled rapidly for about ten 1 minutes. After this fast rooking the k^ttlo must be pushed over to the back *.? ??r.. ?hor? U? r,intents ran slm- I mer gently. This tend* to coagulate the outer rind of the meat so that th" julc*s i cannot escape. If meat be treated In this manner the Inside will be found Juicy and tender, but If the moat be allowed to boll. It will be found to be hard and chippy, the goodness having- all boiled out. Another housekeeper pays the proper way to cleanse black or drab colored stockings of cotton or ltole thread to to wash them In bran water. Tie the bran in a munlln bag. and shake thin baR about in hoi water until the water to a lather. Wash the stockings In this water and th?*n wrap them in cloths and wrlnK well. Shake th>* stockings out and dry quickly before the flre. Stocking washed In this way retain their qplor. Professor Shuelock says: "Eat fruit for breakfast. Eat fruit for luncheon. Avoid pastry. Shun muffins and crumpets and buttered toast. Eat whole meal bread. Decline |x>tatoos If they nre served more than once a day. Do not drink tea or coffee. Take a bath every day. Wash the face every nl cht In warm water and sleep eight hours. You will never need nerve medicine." For neuralgia in !?< ? ??r jaw, a nannei bag filled with very hot Halt, heated in a pan, applfe<l frequently, and with the head kept well covered, will relieve It. A cooking teacher says that the whiten of ??ggn can !?' beaten most quickly if a pinch of cream ?f tartar In the proportion of nn Hghth of a tea.spoonful to each be first added. DANGER IN SODA Srrlona Until t* Kniii'tlmr* I'olNnv Ita Bx. rnilvr dir. Common soda Is all right In Ita place and Indinpenaablc Id the kitchen and for cooking and washing purposes, but it was never Intended for a medicine, and people who uno it n.t Much will ifome day regret it. , We refer to the common two of noda to relieve heartburn or soar ntomach, a habit which thousands of peoplo pi'actlco nlmort dally, and one which In l fraught with danger; moreover the noI da only given temporary ndief and In the end the ntomach trouble gets worse and worse. The nod a acts nn a mechanical Irritant to the walls of the ntomach and bowelft and canes are on record where ft i iiccmnuinleu hi in i;is min*. I death !?>' Inflummatlon ??r perlonltl?. I ?r. Harlan?l*?m recommend* om -the Mfcfavt and *urwt euro for stom; nch (?cl?l dy*pcp!dii) an excellent prepnratl?m nold by drun&l?l? under th?? nam'? "f Htunrf* I>y?xr**p Tabl.tM. p- tabli ire large, twonty grain* very mt l?> ' contain the natural acid ', peptone* and (I Wi'-* JI v?' lenvnt* ? wntlal In m<h.?1 .11 ?(U)ti and when t.'ikni nfter menl V (IlK.'it the food perfectly and 111..mi 111 brfortt It hii" time t.? ferment. *m?r anil putaon the blor*l and nervous hr"u'uert1? Htatea that Ihe invariably , un<.? .^luart'H Dyspepsia Tubldta In all r~ ~ dufrts r^bxey NO FUSELtOIL IVill cure Malaria and pretend all gerius from attacking tne | bjdy. Insist upon your drogglst I or grocer furnishing it. Send Tor pamphlet to DUFF I' MALT WHISKEY CO, JtocliMter, X. V. raw* of n tornach derangements ami finds them a certain cure not only for atomnch, but by promptly digesting the food I they create a healthy appetite. increase flesh and strengthen the action of the heart and liver. They ore not a , cathartic. but Intended only for stomach (11 (leases and tvmkntws and will bo found reliable In any stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. [ AH druggists sell Stuart'# Dyspepsia Tabids at 'A) ccut# p?-r package. A little book describing nil forms of ! stomach weakness und their cure mailed free by addressing rtio Stuart Co., of Marshall. Mich. CONFERENCE SEMINARY. i>t*r*itlni> faininciirriurni KitrrlHi Daring the Week - lllihvp McCabc'a Lwtwra ? Settlor CUu lhy Kshlbltton. Work 0flh? Art Department. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. BUCKHANNON. W. Va., Juno 10.? To-day brought a close to the seventh commencement of the Conference Seminary. This morning early the auditorium wan filled to Its utmost by a large concourse of friend* and visitors to the cfty, who ware delighted when, the large class of thirty-one at 9:30 o'clock marched in and took their seats on the pUtform. Owing to the large number In rhe class ;ill could nut tak>? part in the programme, 30 eleven had h<-en selected, who represented the various courses. Three each frotn tfie classical, scientific and th?? literary and two from the normal course responded. AH did well in the delivery of their productions ami wetv the recipients of hearty prah". On the whole it was the I most successful of all commencements thus far. I.ast night the alumni met In the society hail and asocial time ma enjoyed. Officers were elected and some ?/ther routine business was transacted. To-night from eight to ten the reception 1>\- tht? uresident and faculty was largely attended, and closed the week very pleasantly. I At the meeting of the trustees yesterday Governor Atkinson and Judge T. P. Jilt-Ob* were elected -ru till vacancies In the board. Rev. O. D. Smith, of Sutton, ! was elected financial secretary of the seminary, and will begin his dutio? as such next September. Special Correspondence. BI'CKHAN>? ON\ June 8.?The comj inenceinent of the West Virginia Con| ferenco Seminary is attracting a good j deal of attention at present. Beginning last Sunday and continuing until Thursday evening the week is tilled with good things. Last Sunday morning at 10:30 Presi- , dent B. \V. Hutchinson preached the baccaJaurcate sennon. A large crowd completely filling the auditorium, had usembl "J and thoroughly enjoyed the discourse. His text was. "I am come thnt they might have life nr.d tlmt they might liave it more abundantly."?John 10:10: and "1 am the life."?John 14:6. Thu i^vt> P.Htni !*d bv Rev. W. J. Sharps, was largely -tended at 3 o'clock, and was participated In by the student.* and visitors. At 8 o'clock Sunday night Rev. S. J. Cotton, of Moundsville, preached the annual sermon in the auditorium. It was an abb* discourse. On Monday night the third annual entertainment <?f the department of elocution wan given. A most delight* ful programme was rendered under dilution of Miss McWhorter, the teacher of locution and Dolsarte. The drill* by the class In Delsarte were especially good and received hearty encores. The examinations, which begun last Saturday morning, wore completed at noon to-day. The conference visitors have been present and ore well pleased with the showing made by the several classes. More students have remained than u!?ua! and the school has made a better showing. l^i?t night Bishop C. C. McCabe dellvered his famous lecture, "Bright Side of Life In Libby Prison." to an immense and highly appreciative audience. A special train brought 40 or CO from Weston, and the auditorium was scarcely large enough for the crowd, the largest lecture audience over sen here. This lecture, though delivered many times before, had lost none of it* brightness and Interest. For nearly two hours the bishop held the crowd, and when h?* closed with the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" everybody seemed disappointed that then* was not more. This morning the bishop was present at the last chapel service of the year, nnd spoke eloquently to the students and large crowd of visitors on the sub Ject of education. Mis remarns were highly appreciated and were fllled with sound wisdom. The exhibit of the art department today attracted considerable attention, and showed the work of the depnrtmont lo bo ?if a hl^h grade. The work in oil wn.M especially worthy of praise. The hiiii iii? pieces were greatly admired. MIhs Do vine, of L'tlca, Is*. Y., has charge ?.f this department. At 2:.??0 thl? afternoon the class day exercises by the senior cIom were and were well attended. This year'n rluHH Is the largest In the history of the school and Is composed of the following persons: Anderson, Joseph E., Walkersvllle, W. Vju Maker, Charles C? Beverly. w. Vju Baker, Bernard L, Beverly, W. Va. Bender, Lillian ] .. Chapel. W. Va. Blair, Wllllttm, Pleasant Valley, W. Vn. Brake, Delia. Bock Cave, W. Va. Carlln, Ernest B? Duffy, W. Va, Core, Minnie L., Mt Morris, W. Va. Curry, Thomas W., Buckhannon, W. Vn. Dally. .Tames T.. Newbnrg, W. Va, T .nmhni'iinpt W Vn Freoland, Frank, Oakland. Md. ffaggerty, Wm. A., Mannlngton, W. Va. Hall, EHtollo, MunnlnMon, \V. Va. Ilawklnx, Arta F.t Phlllppl, W. Va. IMnzoman. Woodford. Rerlln, W. Va. llopkinH, Hrrtha, Lloydvlllo, W. Va. llyer. Klla M.. Sutton. W. Va. Ireland, FJnicry I.. White Oak, W, Va. I ,ul7? Harry, Slnux City, Iowa. .Martin, Mcssi'-. KlnffWOOd, W. Va, Metlwny, Zella Buckhaunon, W. Vn. Niuili, Frederick W., Howardiivlllc, Vn I Condor. Lonorn, Rural Dale, W. Va. ll??Kcr, Carl, Rural Dal?\ W. Va. Rider, IJlcanor ,M? Butkhannon, W. Va Hhahun, George A., Palace Valloy, W. Va. Smith. Alpheun W.. Pblllppl. W. Va. Stewart, Dorothy. Klk City. W. Vo. Vernon. Lu?lla, Elizabeth, W. Vs. Ward. Creml C . P. ?l Tree. W. Va. Tin* exerclac* thin afternoon were full of ?nlc? nnd humor. The clam history Olid the prophecy, together with ati <?nsuy find an oration made up the programme. Choice music waa also Intersperseu. To-night at 8 o'clock the musical department. under the direction of Mm. Hutchinson and Misses Kads and CI Inc. leave a chormlnir programme. The rendition wu? beautiful, and reflected great credit on the department. ?Korllt?rii lilimMlHM" I* Good. AUSTIN, Tex., June fl.?A sensation was created in the legislature to-day by the Introduction of a .resolution in ????. hniim for the annoint ment of a committer to Investigate the management of the state university in this city. The resolution charges that the professors in the university are AKalitft the Interests of th?; institution; that they are teaching heresy and InMating; the minds of the pupil* with ]te?ubliean political faith, and that the omit.* management of the Institution. well a* tlio students, are nurturing t y Hie presence of these "Northern It hmaelltrs." The resolution. which wmt aver until totmocrow t->r action, ch urges the committee to secure the dl.t missal of these northern professors, if i my of them are found In the tinivervitj*. . Hon lit American VUllon. NBW YOItK. June 9 ?The members of the* Pan-American delegation who arrived ftn this city lost night, visited Mayor Strung in Ills office to-day. The mayor formally welcomed the merchants. He saidf the welcome was joined In by every cltl aen In New York, and he shook hands air arouud. The merchants then started for the vurlous exchanges. Business was a uspeuded ut each place and the visitor* heartily welcomed with cheers and A ddr-esses. The chamber of commerce function wu* not exclusively social. It ilevelopsd into an earn??s? discussion of the purpose of the foreign- 1 ers' visit and incidentally brought out a fervent plea by one of the Proslilau contingent for tho (told standard. The guests were the.* driven to Pier I, North ?* ** ? m ul.umlt.af i KIVflT, wiwre uwv ? ? I for a trip around Vhe river and harbor. The Tr?* Hwnrdr. W. M. Repine, ?-dlU>r Tlslklwn. 111., "Chief." says: "Wr won't keep houtu* without Dr. King'* .New Discovery for Consumption. Cough* and Coldu. Experimented with mtuty others. t>ut never got the true ?emedy until we used Dr. King's New Discovery. No other remedy can take it* place in our home, as in It we have a certain and sure cure for Cough.s, Cold*. Whooping Cough, etc." It I.* Nile to exj*?rlment with other remedies, even if they are urged on you as Just a# good aw Dr. King's New Discovery. They are not as good, because this r??nedy has a record of cures and besides Is guaranteed. It never falls to sat\'?fy. At Logan Drug Company's Drutf Store. 4 ONE GREAT DISCOVERY Follow* Another ? I trad and h~**P Posted. The advance in medical science Js greater than in any other branch. The discovery of the X rays and <hc j finding of malaria in the blood oy analysis are the most recent discoveries, but not the greatest by any means. The discovery of a remedy or medicine that will Instantly bring relief to almost any form of disease we think Is beyond conception. A remedy that does not require hours and hours of patience and pain before r*dief comes has been discovered. Pooh! you say. Would you have believed a few years ago that the telephone is such a great Invention as It is? Just no it Is with the great discovery of Lightning Hot Drops, a remedy that stands to-day without an equal, without a parallel for the cure of all stomach and bowel troubles, caused by over-eating, indigestion, dyspepsia. Relief comes so quickly you will bo astonished. nnd the fact that It loaves no bad results is the beauty of It. The action of Lightning Hot Drops Is marvelous. yet harmless, and you will be surprised to know how many different kinds of ailments you will And It good for. and If you once use It you will have no occasion to keep a cupboard full of different kinds of bottles, for Lightning Hot Drops will do the work of piasters, pills, ointments, tonics, etc.. and save you lots of money, for it costs only 23c., and the 60c sixe holds two and onehalf times as much as the 2.p?c sixe. and It Is sold with the positive understanding that if It gives no relief your druggist will give your money back. Made by Herb Medicine Co. only, Springfield. Ohio. DOVER. X. II., Oct. 31. 1896. Messrs. Ely Bros.:?The HaJm reached ami ? an Ahnrt n time the <>fT,vt is surprising. My son says the first applicaton gave decided relief. I have a helf filled with "Catarrh CutYs." Tomorrow the stove shall recelv? them Siid Ely's Cream Halm will reign supreme. Respectfully. MBS. FHANKI.IN FREEMAN. Cream Ralm ia kept by all druggist*. Full hIzc 50c. Trial size 10 cents. We mall Jt. ELY BROS., 66 Warren St., N. Y. City. FOR ill effects of over-eating? DEEOlfAM'S PILLS THEGURSE Of mankind?contagious blood poison?claimed as it* victim Mr. Prank B. Mnrlln, 020 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C., an J thn usual physician's treatment illtl liim nnttheslightestcood. Ilia condition reached that deplorable stage which only tliia terrible disease can produce. THE CURE After nil clue failed, was at last found in S. S. St.?the greatest of all blood remedies. Eighteen bottles removed the diseaso permanently, and left bis akin without a blemish. A. ft. (I. ti ansranteM nuralyvrroubltjand If tbtoulyknown euro m for tail inoit tcrrllito LB <llneU6. Ilookfl frrr; mddrm.BwIftBpoclflpronniEoy, A Uinta,T7*. MERCHANT TAII.oa. :j|i C. CALLIGAN. | |;| Spring Suitings cj jij $15.00 ip. i ij !;! Trouserings I;3 V ,S4.nn iin. 8x C. E. CALL1GAN, ij| !S AORNT. 88 j JaEl* 80IRSSS AND PARTIES Supplied wlfh nil klnflu of Tlnln and Taney I'rmtlnc. An entire New Lino of Bamplna of lull Profframmea, Tlokela and Invitation*. at Mil prlcaa, at tha lntrlllKoncar Job Printing Office, 14 and 27 Fourteenth atrcoL MEDICAL. Georgia's Fair Authoress Hill Why ah* Uiat Dr. Mlln' RtttoratlM T'HE NAMH a; J E. Harwell. (nee Joila Emma Flemmtng) if a familiar one in the state of Georgia. She writes; " It Is with pleasure that I ezpreas my gratitude for tbo wonderful benefit* I bare received from Dr. Miles' Kostoratlvo Kemedies, especially the Norvlne, the Nervo and Liver Pills, New Heart Care and AntiFain Pills. Actual experience has taught mo tbelr groat wortb. No family should bo without them. They Or^B baT" 'uUjr restored Bv HI1--' mo from a coropileaR.. ^5 . ^0? of disorders chiefKHsflllCilcd ly affecting the heart. K-'nnatfiiiw J nervous system and 11 I-... CH kidneys. When I travel I always take one of HHBiMlAflflfli your Antl-Paln before entering the cars and thus prevent swimming of the head and nausea, to which I have been subject for several yoars." I)r. 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 applicant*. DR. MILES MEDICAL 00.. Elkhart, In^ ? _ _ Z 1 ELY'S CREAM BALM fa a pocttireevr*. Apply into tho no#trU*. JtUqalcklyabeorbed. M | rente at Drnjrdau or by tnai!; cample# 10c. by mall. ELY BltuTlIKHS, M Warreo 8L( Hew Tork City. MADE MET A MAN S*2>. AJAX TABLETS POHITIVFXYCUKE mi x XHwM<*~Pilllaf U?mP=J > flfttff crettooe, Th0yf mtioktif am ?w?(|f 1 "7 rwtowLo?VlulJ?j In oldor}oaai.u3 Xv^. ill ft men for ttady, bualama or merriace. 1JK J <JI> i'rwrjnt iBKuity and Ckm?ami*ion if ti^fa In umn. Tbfllr o?a ahow* lmmcilUto lmpror?iMBt aud effecta e CUllE when* ull otlir tall In 1st ajea k?rln* the svoaina A}u Tahleta. The/ h*f? cored ihoeaftwlasnU wli I curs yoo. We nl?e a poa> illve written guarantee to effect cur* CA pTC la each emu' refund the moncj. PrloaUU W I Wiper )4tckaaei or tlx rkcea (foil treatmaati tor 9183. Uj .For sale In Wheeling, W. V*? by Lojjan Drug Co. fe?i-tth&s WALL PAPER. J 852. Jt. j. j J897. WALL PAPER From 3 cents per bolt up. Clearance sale for one week. 12 1-2 and 15 cent Parlor Papers at 10 CENTS. Baby Carriages. Our stock the most complete. From $4.50 up.> JOS. GRAVES' SON, NO. 20 TWELFTH STREET. CLEARING 00T SALE A large line of Special Papers at HALF PRICE! The largest and best variety of 5-cent Papers in the city, 50 different patterns. JOHN FRIEDEL & CO., 111I> MAIN STREET. PLUMBING, ETO. T r L. M'KOWN, 11. Plumbing, (Jn* nnd Stcnm Fit tins, Oimollno Mini Otli of all Kindt*. KcwerPlpo, j Telephone KM. Estimates Eurnlahod, mys ROBT. W. KYLE, Practical Plumbsr.Gas and Steam Fitter, 1155 MARKET STREET. irnataml Klootrto Chan foliar* Filters. and Taylor <?a< Humor* a uproUUy. mri ^yiLLLAM UAlili A SON. Practical Plumbers, HAS AND STEAM FITTERS. No. 38 Twelfth Stroei. All Work Dono Promptly ut ltoi<nn?hl? Pfleat TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY^ SUPPLY HOUSE. Plumbing and (lm Fitting, fetcnui and Hot Wntor HoaIIha* A FuU Mae cifUia Oolcbratol?? SNOW STEAM PUMPS ?Kept Couitaatly ou IlaniL I REAL E8TATE. Suburban Residence Property. National Road property in in deoiniul on I account of the prospect* of ? h- ,i i quick transportation. which jj? ??,-. ,, como noon. Buy now and get the I. r. -. ; of the advonco In prtco which I* ... } follow. 1 Lcathorwood lot* cheap. Woffi ?|;, > j0*. cheap. Koho Point lota cheap. i*. I^ino lot* ?'h?*ap. Pleasant v?i r cheap. Acre lot opponlto WheHitiK j'^rk Park View lots at I2S0. Elm tJrov< , cheap. Wo sell the above lot* on very e.i ;,a?. ments and take you out to : our expense. ROLF St ZHNEj 1 Telephone 005. tO Fourteenth K; ??* (. FOB SALE. ~ Special attention called to the .r*? at No. 'J7 North York street. i t ., t new. modern, seven-roomed dw< lilt. with modern conveniences. pre*cntlriK a KiihHtantial appearance. with n?. lvo! j story HUible in rear; good blic l , x!t yard In line condition. Will mn* did home. Will null for mwu I ,n you can buy a lot and build .. . j hourte for. Possession at once. for no fault. Or. O. SMITH, Exchango Bank Building. rr>i r\ aaa 3>1U,UUU ?TO LOAN.? In amounts ranging from 5^00 to J: W. on city real estate. FINK & BRAUNLICH. BEAU ESTATE AGENTS, 'Phono 687. 114J Market Street. JACOB SNYDER HOMESTEAD FOR SALE. We offer for Bale at a bargain the la;* residence of Jacob Snyder, deceased. situate and known as No. 515, on the west * U of North Main street. The houae is an gant, large dwelling of thrro ?tori?". r\?'.l lighted and ventilated, with all mo-l?rn Improvements, and In flrst-cluM ord?r. The grounds are spacious and well k*pt, extending to the river, and the view a'.or* tha Ohio river 1m one of the flnrnt in the city. Will ?ell the property either furnished or unfurnished. A rare r'.nnce on a quick sale. For particulars apply to RINEHART & TATIM, Telephone TIP. City Ksnk LJCGAL NOTICES. A nr?imi An mn? /?T I'Bl.' L* TUT OCOUNTY COURT OF OHIO eni'NTv' Order of publication. In the matter of t.u* ?robat? of the last will and testament of Ilchael McCloskcy. deceased. The object of this proceeding is to probate and record as. and for th<! la-nt will and testament of Michael McCloskey. d?ceased, the paper writing', dated April J?f A. D. 1RP6. thin day filed with tho petition of Katie McCloukey and Mary A Lathers In this office. And it appearing to th? court that the heirs at law of the ?*;d Michael McCloskey are unknown, it !s therefore ordered that th* unknown !? ? at law of the said Michael MeClotkev do appear on or before the 5th day of July. 1897, at 10 o'clock a. ni.. and mak?? annwr to said petition, and show cause, if any they have, why tho prayer of said petition should not be granted, and said paper writing probated and recorded, a* and for the last will and testament of the said Michael McCloskey, deceased. A der having been this day-entered, d - lng tho taking of tho depositions >' * * attesting witnesses to said paper writing. It Is further ordered that notice of tho time and place of the taking of sn ! depositions. as provided in said order. M attached to and published with tins order of publication. Given under my hand this 3d day of June. J$97. RICHARD ROBERTSON. Clerk of the County Court of Ohio County, West Virginia. To the unknown heirs of Michael McCIoikey. deceased: You will tako notice that the depositions of Tom McDermott, J. J. O'Unn and J J. \litnArmntl will hn tiibnn it I tho nfflr* of F. J. Cutter. No. 41!? Second stree:, Marietta, Ohio, oh the 3d day of July. A. P. 1897. between the hours of S o'clock n m. and 6 o'clock p. m., to he read In evldcnc? upon the hearing of tho probate of th? 1a*t will nnd testament of Michael M floskey. deceased. And If from any eau?e the taking of said depositions #hsll not l>o commenced, or being c?mtneno?<l ' not be completed on that day. the c of the same shall be adjourned from *.:me to time until tho same are complete.! KATIE McCLOSKEY. MARY A. LATHKK* By T. S. RILEY. their Attorney. J'M-f EDUCATIONAL. SUMMER LAWSCHOOL At the West Virginia University. All the Law Faculty instructors. Begins June a. 1S97, ends August 4.1SS7. Send for circular, giving full information. Address. OKEY JOHNSON. Pear. , V Morf&ntown. W. Va. May jjP7. myS "mnisiTiflnmcii CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Letters, ftlence. Law. Medicine. Engineering. R?Mion t"gln?li'h i^ptetnbar. Intb* tion-p?l?r?J PlMroont EsclUnt mwuuioui. For??** iogoM sddrras K B. HAKKl.Ni.KK. Cbalrnu jUl.tthtl MRS. HART'S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG.. LADIES AND CHILDREN. OK AND U S M4KKII SKIlt. W1KIW6. " rK SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION. ThU K-hooI offer. a coraplctn irt tji'Jtmeh education ;n Practical Ens'1"?; Mathematics. English Classics, LaI"* Modern l.*m:u*Kce ami Elocution. ART BTUDIO, conducted by Mrs. * ? Hubbard, offers superior ajWantages ior Pencil, Charcoal. Water Color. crs>on Drawings and Oil Painting. . T?tne? Boys received In tho Primary snd Inti? medial* Departments. For circulars or toterview, apply to MRS M. STEVENS IIART. Principal. W1IEEMNO. W. VA. INSURANCE. REAXj B0TATB ? ???MtTiv iiT/tn TITLE IflSUKAKtifi. Jfyon pnrohuo or make* loan no rail route hare tlio Utlo insured bj the Wheeling Tide and Trust Cx, no. tais iiAUurr rtikkri1. IT. M. RUMKM. U F. 8T1FKK rmidMi 9?flr?(?T C.J. RAWUNU &L glMLETON Vic* Prwtdont. A?'iSivr#t??f* U R. E. (HURiRldT, KumlMruf Tlt:<7 , qi?-' _ PHOTOGRAPHY. . MILKS' ART STUDIO. Pliotograplis.Si'ir2154 WKIN STRBBT.