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'TWAS A BIG ONE.
Foraker Addressed a Very Larue Crowd I.ast Night. FORTY FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE Turned Out at Bridgeport and lleard the Issues Discussed BY DANIORD AND FORAKER. ? ? CAPTAIN DANFORD SAID THE LABOR TROCBLE8 OVER THE RIVER SHOULD NOT BE TWISTED INTO A POLITICAL MEANING) BY AGITATORS - SENATOR FORAKER MADE A BRILLIANT SPEECH AND ILLUSTRATED HIS ARGUMENTS BY MANY WITT* ILLUSTRATIONS?THE RETURN OF PROSPERITY ATTRIBUTED TO THE REPUBLICAN POLICY OF BOUND MONEY AND PROTECTION. Beyond the most ardent expectations was the Furaker-Danford meeting at Bridgeport last night. Between 4,500 end 5,000 people from all parte of the county, and including many from this elde of the river, formed the enthusiastic assemblage that, packed in front of the Cleveland & Pittsburgh freight house for nearly two hours, heard tho forcible and eloquent arguments of Senator Joseph B. Foraker and Congressman Lorenzo Danford. Bridgeport was taken by storm, Early !n the evening crowds began wending their way Into the town from Bejlaire, Martin's Ferry and along the river front. Nearly one*half of Colerain township, it was said, came in wagons. Later when Melster's band, escorting Congressman B. B. Dovener, Congressman Danford and Senator N. B. Scott, came over from Wheeling, followed by a large number of red lire bearers, It started the exodus from this city. The attendance was a repetition of the Foraker meeting two years ago, and almost as large as when, In 1892, McKlnley spoke from the Identical spot occupied by the speakers last night. The town was illuminated so that It waa as light as day. The windows of many residences were brilliantly illuminated, and Chinese lanterns wore everywhere in evidence, being a feature of the decorations on#thc freight shed. The Bridgeport Electric Light Company kindly donated a large arc light and many incandescent lights, the whole forming a pretty effect. Flags and bunting were profusely displayed about the speakers' stand and from the adjoining buildings. LOCAL INTERESTS. The first Bpeaker was Captain Danford. He occupied the time until the arrival of Senator Foraker, who came from New Philadelphia over the Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling, reaching Bridgeport about 8:30 o'clock. Captain Dovener spoke of local Interests. He plainly showed the benefits accruing w the farmers and mill men of the county since McKlnley had been inaugurated. and as plainly showed that politics ehould have no place in the dispute now existing between the Bellalre steel plant and Its employes. The captain Is Immensely popular with his constituents, and his remarks went home. The brilliant Ohio senator was at his best. His voice was In splendid form, ringing far out over the crowd. He kept the crosyd in good humor by his clever thrusts at the Democrats, and his hearers cheerfully stood In the cool night air without a break in their ranks until he concluded. In the main his arguments were In proof of the claims that prosperity would follow McKinley's election, and of the benefits of a protective tariff. He dismissed the silver question without comment as being gone beyond recali. It Is a treat at ail times to hear him speak, and It was especially so last night. A noticeable feature of the crowd on the stand was the number of prominent ladies present. They evinced a deep In terest In all that.was Bald, and their presence lent an enjoyable air. Belmont county was good for a "Republican majority of 1,300 the last election, and Judging by the turn out last night a larger majority Is In store. The platform held many of her representative farmers and business men. among them being James Cope, John Smith. E. B. Armstrong. Matthew Mitchell. Capt. Burt McConnaughey, Robert Smith, Henry Lash, William Sharon. James Anderson, Dr. Helnleln, Walter Cowan, P. Cowan, Martin Cowan. J. Ed Trueman, Hon. Charles Howard. W. J. Itratten. W. J. Moacham. ex-Shcrlff William Cochran. Silas Bailey, County Commlsuioner Wise and Judge Smith. Among those present from Wheeling occupying seats on the stnge were S'-notor N. B. Scott. Captain Dovener, John Frew and Sheriff H. C. Hlchards. The chairman of the meeting was Mr. ,T. E. Truemnn. of Bridgeport. Melster'fl band was stationed to the left of the pintform. and rendered a programme of lively selections previous to the speeches. The meeting proper began at 8:20 o'clock, and concluded shortly after 10 o'clock. THE MEETING OPENS. The band Just finished "There'll Be a Hot Time In the Old Town To-night" when Chairman Truemnn In a few appropriate remarks Introduced Congressman Danford. The delight of the audience was strongly manifested by loud applause. The captain disclaimed any Intention of discussing matters political, but he wished to draw the attention of his hewers to things of whlcji they wero as well cognizant as he. He then referred to the promises made by McKlnley from his front porch at Canton, and by campaign speakers all through the country, that If the Republican party was returned to power times would be hetter. It was promised that good times would come to thr farmer, the mechanic and tho rnerrhant. Theso promises were made when the mills wero Idle, when tho men couldn't And employment, when business wan fftsgnant nj? a result of want <>f confidence, and when farmers couldn't get anything llko fair prices for their products. These promises, maintained the speaker, have been fulfilled. Examples of returning prosperity can be found throughout the whole land, but no beffpr examples can be furnished than that afforded by Belmont county, The farmer Is getting 21) and 28 cents a pound for his wool; ho got If, rents tw< yen/s ago. Tho mills In this socllon wpre hardly running half time two yearn ago; now all are running full with or ders ahead for several months; wood wage* are being paid and in sound money. Itallroads two years ago had amall forces of men at work, or the regular force divided so a? to work part time only; flow MO buny are tile rail roads transporting farm products and manufactured goods fhnt the employes are working from fifteen to eighteen hours every day. and enough cars enn? not bo secured, so great Is the rush for them. In reply lo n 'luoslloft n* to |ho I1e|. Iltlre mill trouble by a man In th? crowd, <'apfoln I ?nnford onrw. t< ! loth' satisfaction of all that tho difference! lief ween the firm and Its men had noth Ing to do with political nraanfftnitnns rolltlcsl parties cannot Set11#> Hfitlt n, n matter resting between employer and employe. It Is only the demagogue who u??-s *irlkin for political purposes. "A gentleman said to me the oth'-*r day," continued the speaker, "that we had no trouble last year with mill men striking for higher wages." "So," I answered. "there was no trouble of that kind. The trouble consisted in getting work." (Applause and laughter.) "There Is not a Popocratic agitator In this section but wants the Hellalre strlkp to continue. (Applause.) It Is the very bread. they live on; they can't do without It. Hut the shadows hovering over th?- Bellalrv mill will soon clear away, and an amicable agreement will be reached by the only parties who should settle It?the employer and employes. So I want you men, when the Popocrats tell you there was no strike there last year, to tell them that there waa no work there last year. Ask them to compare the business revival of 1896 with tho kiinl.ii.aa rotilwal nf 1 607 /An. plauac.) FORAKER WELL RECEIVED. Captain Danford In closing Bald that he had tried to talk on things close to his hearers, and he paid fitting tribute to the next speaker, whom he thus introduced: "I now present to you a gentleman whom we all love and of whom we are all proud?Senator Foraker." These remarks were cheered to the echo, and the cheering was repeated as Senator Foraker advanced to the front of jthe j platform. He prefaced his remarks by congratulating Belmont county Republicans upon their turnout, and especially in having such an able representative as Captain , Danford. "He stands at the head of tho 1 Ohio delegation," said he, "and I am sure you'll agree that an Ohio delegation is never to the rear." This compliment to Ohio's peculiarity of always "gittln' there" tickled the crowd Immensely. The crowd laughed again when the silver question was relegated to the tomb as being "deader than Julius Caesar." "What we are to consider Is whether the Republican state administration is I to be endorsed. Whether Marcus A. Hanna la to be returned to the senate. 1 Whether we are to endorse the son Ohio has given to the President's chair, j Whether we are to endorse 'General Prosperity.' on his march through the 1 country. These and not a dead issue are what we must consldeiV' i He then asked for the re-election of Governor Bushnell, the best governor Ohio ever had, said he, and "you know she's had some mighty good on?*s Fol- i lowing this little personal reference. I which caused no little merriment, he1 compared the administrations to show Governor Bushnell's good management. His plans to get the state out of debt had been adopted by the legislature, and 1 as a result there is now a cash surplus to the credit of the state in tho treasury, of $1,000,000 In cold cash. Governor Bushnell's plan consisted in the reduction of taxes on farms, and making up the deficiency thus caused by taxing corporate franchises. During his regime $500,000 of bonds and $600,000 of advanced drafts had been paid off. "Now," argued the senator, "is Governor Rushnell a business governor, as was promised for him? (Applause.) You gave him a rousing majority last time, give him still a bigger one next time.. (Cries of "you bet," and "we will.") ADVANCE OF PROSPERITY. Leaving state issues,Senator Forakec turned to national Issues. His witty thrusts kept his hearers following him closely until his brilliant close. He spoke of how Democrats after the election kept asking when was prosperity coming. True, said the speaker, it didn't come all at once, for it's easier to roll a stone down hill than it Is up. Rut old "General Prosperity" started on his march Just as announced, until now the Democrats are as silent as the grave. They, and the country at large, were under "General Adversity" for four years, but their "General" got pierced to the death last November. It took time to pet the mills running and business moving like it did at the old Republican stand, but the milis are running now, business men are cheerful and confident, and the once-clouded horizon is growing brighter every day. He traced the Dingley tariff bill from its first stages to Its final passage. This was treated In the senator's characteristic forcible and witty style. He stated little business was done In the country until the bill was passed, but so soon as it was passed the revival of budiiftss be can. A passing locomotive here Interrupted him. "Lot us wait awhile." ho humorously remarked, "until that batch of prosperity moves by." Continuing, he clalmod that "dollar wheat" was not altogether due to famine* abroad. Wor kinsmen nro busy now. and more work means more bread. The rise In wheat was not the "only pebble." there was another Jump In the price of wool, and so far tho Popocratlc calamity croakers haven't boon able to discover a foreign sheep famine. He Instanced also the enormous order the Baltimore A Ohio gave the other day f?">r cars, an order which will Rive mor" men work than would hive been working in the country If the "Boy Orator" had connected with tho white house. "I believe It was an act of Providence that elected the Republicans last year," he remarked, to th* amusement of his hearers. "I also think It was providential that tho Democratic should have been elected In 1892. It taught this country a lesson "f humility. We were having good times and were getting reckless, so tho Democrats were given power. What followed you men know fnII well. Oh. I can't speak hard words of our friends, the Democrats, for they came In handy In teaching us a. lesson." A TARIFF THAT PROTECTS. The benefits a protective tariff had been to the United States came In for commendation. The different tariff bills and th<* dates of their passage, with the after-effects, were recited. Reading a Jew linos from President Buchanan's m^ssajfr In 1S60. said ho. was llko reading from urover Cleveland In 1896,Buchanan spoko of business being retarded, etc.. while Cleveland dilated on banking Institutions suspending, and tho loss and failure that embraced every branch of business. Senator Foraker said he couldn't read from President McKlnley's message, but h" would read from a Domocratlc newspaper, the Cincinnati Enquirer. In an Issue several months ago It said that prosperity hadn't struck anybody yet, and times were "not much hotter than two years afro." Only a Democrat would make such a comparison. added tho speaker. Then ho read from the samo newspaper of more recent Issue, and since tho signs of prosperity became more ovldent. In this Issue it stated that business had Improved In nil linos, and 860,000 more men wore at work than for months Clippings t?? th?? same effect from other leading Democratic* newspapers wcro also read. "No," th?* spt-ttk'-r rontlmi' <1. "l'r":<ld* nt M- KInl"y BEAUTIFUL SKIN Rnfi, Willi" lUtlll, Willi Mi?Hj ''"?<> Hunt Hair with Clran. WkolKomo Bt?l|i. |>ro(lucid l>)TCuTtctmA Ho?r, III" mint effwinu Rkln ptirllylitK ftti'l IwiUtlfJInR "'*1' "lfl world, n. well m |fliro?l ?"'! nwwiiwl, tnllot, bath.Mid nuiNcrc. Thonrily prMrmUvo fit iiiH?innutlon ni"l cl??i|j[i"t* (uticura VMM' F?M?M !? ?* AWI1 t'HfM. < "?r .S.,l? r?o|H , llMl?n, S. * . ?< r?r?tr aid iwautif/ lha Skin, seal* ||tW 1t?? i BABY HUMORS hasn't had the opportunity yet to send a meiwage bearing upon the industrial and ! financial condition!, but when he does. 1 1 want you to contrast It with the mes sages of Cleveland, Buchanan and Fillmore. Then you will see that the protee- Qf clve tariff does tlu? business. We will always need a protective tariff Ju?t so long as we have to compete with the lower paid labor of foreign countries. We wouldn't need protection If England and J[ other countries would pay as high wages for our ipechanjcs are th-? brainiest and the most skillful and can heat thq world In a fair fight without favor, and the Republican party stands ready to protect their labor in the home market by putting on a tax equivalent to the difference in prices ?f home and foreign labor. The Dlngley bill Is the beat we could get, although Mr. Bryan, In one of hie lectures?he doesn't make speeches nowdeclared It more atrocious than the McKlnley bill. However, it was rtie best that could be secured considering the number of Democratic, senators, but If it needs amending let the Republicans i uiiii-iiu ii. * rt|?jjiBUo?;./ r I Then Senator Foraker thrilled his audience as he appealed for the return to it I the senate of Marcus 'A. Hannu. The he senate needs more Republicans, and if Governor Bushnell is to be returned for the gro^d deeds that he has d<?ne, then so Wd also should Senator llanna be returned, an He was sure that Belmont county would thi repeat its glorious work on the second of November next. The cheers that greeted the senator's no close were a good omen of what old I3el- do mont proposes to do. *] There were loud cries of "Dovener;" but tin* eloquent captain refused to moke a speech. "After the good things dls- P*"' pensed here to-night," he said, "there's vei nothing more for us to do hut sing the of doxology, receive the benediction anil go sr< to our homes treasuring what we have las heard." He briefly referred to West nit Virginia's future place among Republl- vvti can states, concluding by asking for bu three cheers for the previous speakers wa and the Ohio state Republican ticket, in The crowd cheefed with a will, and the in* highly successful meeting closed. an. ne DOVENER ENTERTAINED "w Senator Foraker, Representative Dan- ba/] ford and Others. yP( After the meeting in Bridgeport. Con- JaJ gressman Dovener gave an Informal luncheon at the Windsor In honor of fieri- cn ator Foraker, which was thoroughly en- nii Joyed by all who were present. These rej were Senator Foraker, Representatives ho Danford and Dovener. Senator N. B. We Scott. J. C. Helnleln, Dr. Helnleln and R. thi T. Howell, iif Bridgeport; Hon. W. V. Hi Blake, of East Liverpool. Republican tm candidate for senator across the river. Wc * la I ^ ^*v ?r? ?n?m ? \ : 3UtltiY.il I do, ha in ow This afternoon at the home of the j bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Is Goodwin, 85 Sixteenth street, occurs the wh wedding of Mr. Frank W. Nesbitt, ho- p0j licltor of the city of Wheeling and as- we sistant to Prosecuting Attorney Meyer, \\ Y and Miss Delia M. (Goodwin, a young on lady well and favorably known in soci- pa ety. Rev. Dr. Sooy, of the Fourth we street M. E. church, will perform the th? ceremony In the presence of a few \Vti friends of the young couple, who will leave for the east on the 5 o'clock Baltimore & Ohio train for a stay of several gp< weeks. On their return they will be at ^ home at the Traymore. Their many friends will extend hearty congratula- orc Hons and well wishes. eh; The following is from the South^Mc- jjr Aiester (I. T.) Capital: Mr. and Mrs. jm Fred D. Blackman arrived this morn- hu ing on the 1> o'clock "Katy" after a at pleasant wedding Journey, from Wheel- lu ink'. W. Va.. which Included all the t0 cities and poinU of Interest from Nl- i0i agara Falls to Chicago, Omaha and u?. Kansas City. The many friends whom fe( Mr. Blackman has made in this city j,.., since his residence here are happy to nl" know of the safe arrival homo of him- ex self anrl estimable wife, and Join with the Capital in congratulating them and welcoming them to our city. Mr. and g_ Mrs. Blackman will be at home to their , friends In their apartments at the Commercial after "Wednesday, October 20. VI Mrs. Blackman Is the daughter of Dr. ha C. F. Ulrich, of this city, and wedded K Mr. Blackman on October 6. I. Ill A very pretty homo wedding took co place last evening at the home of the .la bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Uj Hubbard, No. 60.S8 .Stanton avenue, do Pittsburgh, Pa. Their only daughter, j Miss Bessie Hughes Hubbard, formerly pd of Wheeling, became Mrs. Fred B. Hall, co The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Kumner. pastor of the East Liberty Presbyterian church, after s which a brilliant ami largely attended " reception was given at the house. The happy couple left for the east on an ex- sic tended bridal tour. W Miss Divine, of Pittsburgh, was the hi! guest of honor nt the social function ] given nt the residence of Mr. and Mrs. M. Sheets, la Martin's Ferry, on Mon- bu day evening. j as This afternoon the Woman's Club, of Martin's Ferry, will lie entertained at the home of Mrs. W. M. Lupton, be- < tween the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock. on (ll! AMtiSLMHN IS. ag A most profitable evening can be w| spent at the opera house to-morrow Bi evening, when the great historical play, "Madame Sans Gene," will! be presented. This comedy treats of the time of tn Napoleon, and Is replete with scenes jn from the l?f#* of the emperor <>f the ^ French, It is one of the greatest sue- ^ crises ever presented for public approbation, and is one of thi most interesting historical plays of the century. Tl ANOTHER 1410 AUDIKNCE, Al "Woman Against Woman" was pre- to sented to another large audience at the (Jrand Opera lloti.^ last night, by the Pay ton Big Comedy Company. Miss W Hamilton proved herself an excellent nr emotional actress. The comedy work of f'1 Mr. West was excellent. Baby June st captured the audience by her clever sing- at ing and noting, and In fact the drama 60' was exceptionally well cast. The speclaities were entirely different from those ? rendered on the opening night, and will he changed nt each performance. This afternoon a magnificent sr'-nlc production of "ICast Lynne" Is promlf"M'. and to-nlghfe bill will be the remarkably Htiecp.-oiful, mirth-provoking comedy "A Mt raber of C A HTIMt LANT Is oflen needed to nourish and strengthen the roots, and to k <' 11 tb" ball i nut urn I color, Hall's Ilalr ltonewe^ Is the best ionic for the hair. ^ % f i r n mt AII mm I It. iir? on. On Wednesday, October 20, the Wheeling & Lake Kile railway will run their annual cx< xurslon to all tiolnts in Mlclilgan located on the linen of the Ann Arbor. Detroit, Toledo ,k- Milwaukee, and I'll pi a I Marquette railways (in i'i'" for the round trip A wi.ih ii lien limit I for any time ltiiln ihlitv di\\s fi??m dale of sale. i> >i t\<iiit.it:> <f these remarkably in ! , i'i and long return limit and ' ?t v 11 ;?*n?l-? or i-latlves In Mlehii< hi It' iv Mob? v mis l? not an e\< urin ii : i hi . pa point, but to any ,, him in \||. lib u i.f v nlcti you may | I' Mil I I ); ll' 'I "|| Hie llhl'V" lines ^ ni"l at ii \ 'i v low rate of fni. Consult Wheeling Lttko Kile a guilt* ltd' jmrticularst 0/ \ Nation of Nerves! IEW AND STARTLING TRUTHS ABOUT I THE NERVES AND BLOOD. r. Greene's NERVCJRA, the People's Strengthen I and Health-Giver. > No nation can maintain 'lesdtnw. I f in the cmlued world when her 5 ? I v _ Wn,. X become physically wcalt. AmertjJJ I a wealth of nervous rncr,;\. J" ( - * |* \ incessant striijjglr f>,r m< nej ,3 I \ L-: t NJV \ reputation?iu main casts V:. I \TJ ^ J struggle (or bare subsistence^ I ANOTHER DROP ] the Illogical Kind Kxpcctcd in Southwest OilJorn. i IE ELK FORK PRODUCTION D FALLINO OFF AT A RAPID RATE. THE DuSES OF NITROGLYCERINE HAVE NOT HAD THE DESIRED EFFECT?A NEW WELL BROUGHT IX BY THE ELK FORK OIL COMPANY THAT 13 PRODUCING TWENTY BARRELS AN HOUR. Taking everything Into consideration h but natural to believe that there will another drop In tha price of credit lances In a very short time. When it is believed that there would be a rise d the Indications were all pointing In it direction the market went down d taking- that for a, criterion there la reason to believe that ft will not go wn again. , rhe latest report received from the k Fork field Is to the effect that the aduction of the wells was falling off ry rapidly and that the liberal doaes nltro-glycerlne had not done them a ?at deal of good. At the beginning of it week there was a total o# thirtyid wells in the Elk Fork tleld, which re produolng 100 barrels and better, t at the beginning of this week there is only about thirty. It Is not the wells * any one part of the field that are fallr off but all of them are on the decline j J It Is certain that at the beginning of r xt week there will not be more than enty wells that will be making 100 rrels or more a day. rhl* field received another Impetus iter day and the market will prohahly <e another decline on account of it, hough It did not come In lime to affect ? market. The Elk Fork Oil and Gas mnnnv'a nwll on fh#? .1 Tv Hill fortV le acre lease wan drilled In and jvas x.rted to be making twenty barrels an ur. This well is located In the ?outhst extension and In close proximity to ? Hill Oil Company's well on the J. K. 11 farm, about which there was so ii'h conjecture for a low? time. Th<> 11 was drilled to the top of the sand e Monday evening and during- the ?ht It was drilled In and is said tn be e of the heat wells in the field. It I? :ated in a section that has only bcpn ?ted by one' well, and will assist In cnlng up a large amount of territory ilch at tlrst was thought to be no od. It will be the cause of a great ul of new work being: started in that ?tion as a great many of the operators ve been waiting for this well to come before they would etart work on their n leases. Another well in the same section which of a great deal of Importance, and ilch there Is not the least doubt about ulng in good now. is the Hill Oil Co.'a 11 on the J. K. Hill farm, mention of ilch has heen made heretofore, located ly s short distance from this comny's Xo. 1. There are several other Us In that territory that should reach > sand this week and they are being itched closely. or Post lionte Cliancm. clal Dispatch to the Intelligence?. VASH1NGTON, D. C.. Oct ? ler of the postofllce department a mge has been made in the star scr:e on route No. 16,609. from White to | iwlesburg, W. Va? so as to state an I urease In distance of sixty-six one- J ndredths of a mile by supply of White Us now site. The special service at icilo. Washington county, Pa., from psall has been discontinued from Oc)er 18. A change has been made In ir schedule on route 16.465 to take ef t tho 18th Inst., s<> as to have maH ive Ronceverte dally except Sunday 7 a. in., and Plckway, returning dally, coj't Sunday, at 1 p. in. Cr Xfw Po?tiim?trri. pclal Dispatch to the Intelligencer. iV A SHIN O TON, D. C.. Oct. 19.?West B1 rglnia postmasters of the fourth clas:; ^ j ve been commissioned as follows: W. Clayton, Hoodavllle, Marlon county; . D. Martin. Noponaet, and James \V. in lines. Park's Ferry, both In Summer* urity: George L. Kendall, Sandyvlll?, cKsnn county; C. D. Howard, Sellers, ir( >shur county; Oscar Thomas, Torna. Kanawha county. fames C. Kelley has been commissionpostmaster nt Goders, "Washington wt unty, Pa. Wfi Vliulntn Peii?lon?. ^ ec'al Dispatch to tho Intelligencer. \V< WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 19.?Penin certificates have been Issued to wj est Virginia applicants as follows: ncrcaie?William F. Baker, Martinsrg. Reissue?Matthew L. T'tton, Brighton. SVidow?Minnie Bell Haines, Parkersrg. >a Dependent?Minor of Flint) A. Thorn- ]o: , Stout's Mills. \ ?-* i lllfdliK UmcU at UobUon. (. | CLEVELAND, Oct. 19.? C. F. Emory, VVC p of tin' leading stockholders and a rector of the Little Consolidated street * llwav, has made an aflldavlt In the I ho yf Frank Haas Roblson il -alnst the road and M. A. Hanna, " ilch was filed In court Jo-day. Mr. ? nory charges that Mr. Roblson Is Inbted to the stockholders of the com ny over lllfl.000. Instead of having an tinn against the company, and he r>ats Mr. Roblson throughout as hek equally responsible with John J. ilphcrd for the misappropriation of 0 stock of the company. TO CMYK A COMY 12V OKK ll%Y g, ike Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 1 druggists refund the money If It falls cure. 25c, SMALL pill, safe pill, best pill. PeItt's Little Early Risers cure biliouskh. constipation, sick headache. tarles It Goctxc, Market and Twelfth reels; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth til Jacob streets: A. K. Beheele, No. ? Main street; Fx ley Bros., I enn and tne streets: Bowie A Co.. Bridgeport. 1 ^ rtistic Time Pieces. We rnu show you nn | nnt of flocks that will make vou wish iti inn! enough rooms to hold them, Clock I. i-n urn usually high out s aro Juat y |ht. 1" t amm UK olin Bcckcr & Co., !:l JKWKI.UtIS AND OPTICIAN?. I Jj" 141 tlnroli Straati WUsallnf, W. Va. | J \/,t resources. Vcarethreatenf/JSj iyvfVL nervous bankruptcy. The phy>k-t|a? J ilaI ?f the^coijmry must be put jSdl emergencies bring forth peat men^S the strenph of a maiterhanduj thcM his,knowSj ^| ffkdSmay come "or write anil receive iovtlu'i HBIhw VNff (V advice free of charge. In the larger ciu, Jt&Hssi Mvera' UmeS a year Dr. Greene wBSSfisffl jfyPjn&fR maintained In these and other wijui] V4 ff'lWmi unds und thousands of our people, ult a iwfnjjfiya have taken his advice uud the tetntdialt rwBl fi || 1/J0 LnKH has prescribed. What a noble work V 1 W ll?>rPa " man oi such attainments, to tmtj VJfl a 1 1 [ f^ L-l broadcast, without price, the results ' Hjk M 1 1 111 I his researches andoiscoverieit HultJ K V*Hn Tj ! gill k \ of body is the greatest aid in accot. "^1^011 AH I s"KS^'^tot^ I I |j| ;. jjgj dividual well-being, stimulating that 1 IfflHl h H V / ml ?eall">* uwuairy wntcn insures cot. Mil | k [41/ ,111 tentraent and plenteousnesi for Ui B fl II r ' 'IB inures and prosperity for the nation. M M 1] DR. GREEK'S nil NERVURA j 11 jjl / ;f| For the Blood and Nerves, I 11 I's v SB the sovereign remedy bearing the nine d 1 II Bill H this great discoverer, has turned bicktb i II llfliAS ifl overflowing tide of nervous disorder!, I II I III |jB gnd multitudes bless the wise physicist I II I \\1 for restored vitality and renewd 1 II ft Vlf *^y efficiency in their field of labor * Sf fi There is scarcely a family into which w 1 1 Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and o ,wLI nerve remedy has not brought some brightnesi j^>yy There is hardly a gathering of two or three where a ? Y one or more cannot tell of permanent relief froa \ ner\foua disorders or some kindred ill. Use Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and cent _ remedy, and consult Dr. Greene freely, personsllr bv letter, at 35 West 14th St., New York City. Hit reply will be prompt and rdlal, and you can be cured. J. S. RHOPE3 & C3. REAL ESTATE. 1 FOR SALE lii-v y? B _.AXX'X/Hj O That desirable two sfory sewn roomed J | \f \ Jl J1 JUU"> I t"?re at s< iuuryiana street. a Rooa io* j cation for a home. Convenient in all !il g details, and will he sold at a good bargain If taken at once. I ^ g f S roomed dwelling hou?o at 171 FourLa^ A ^ \ Ij tecnth street, for $1,190? that la for how I "|C! ff*ll yl itl V \ a'"' lot* t,ie wholo property. -1 Jfal. w V* Ci. jl B 1^3 i The modern and splendid property at * South Ponn street. Will sell a.? ;i whole or divide. Dwelling with Kround frontingoa s>. r . , Penn or the lot fronting on Broadway. One ease of those extra large Building lots cheap. ochct Quilts at 85c, worth $1.25. money to loan. le last we will have. G-. O. SMITE, 35 pairs ,AU Wool Country Exchange Bank Building. ankcts from back order at $2.50 tpqt? "RjZHjZTsTT pair. .~i" ? - 2,000 yards 8c Canton Flannels no.' ^soSvcn"enth^rr?V.'id n'o'or'dl * remnants at 6Jc a yard *? ?m m 000 yards snort lcosrtn Fercalcs No. ?t Jaonb street. i?t iioor > ?ni Hie mill at 8c a >Vi. ft '' 50 dozen celebrated Star & Crcs- g?; *oom!"?.or:! 1 ?| Tmi'/'lc nf occ No. alley 3. L' rooms i ' nt ilivavnwu ?juv ?... , | ^^ ChapUne street, 2 rooms < ' 5rtll 35c. No, 1?!16 Main street, store room 1J? . 50 yards All Wool Embroidered ? S /Sa^Si ?i:"'. Tiitc Skirting Flannel at 44c, s&Vttw X? ?,!d...hut.w*".r..- :"t Drth 7;c. No. 207 Mtiln street. 7 rooms, both Men's Unlaundricd White Shirts th Colored Percale Fronts, at xje, Jjj Dfth 50C. No, l?o Fourteenth street .3" " . J4. , . .r . i / . .? 3-roomed house Manchester coal propPine Hemstitched J able Uotli>, erty, east or Mt. de chantai jj nanVirt full ->4 i*roomed house Pleasant Valley-. Oken sctf?nn napkins lull No ;i)2 Mnrlm stri*.(. blacksmith rds lonpr, for $3.90; full 3 yards ?n?p ,-oii"p\i i Ilg for $4.9? each. 100 acro fnrm for C.500. Will ?ch?ur? t? Six dozen All Linen Lunch city property. . ... . c, ... No. 10 MrColloch atrpof ... ?.? lOtllS, With drawn work, at 1.19> .v., acres Innrl West Liberty, a-roontri vr-tli Ci nouie and orchard *1 MTn^I.75. No, 1171 Hiirh street 2 f. acres land Peters' run and 4-roomM SB ll A/1 AO Xt f A No. and 454 National Road. , RllOUtjb QL lli. JAMES A. HENRY. CINDERELLA HANOE3. ncnl Kstnf Ap-nt. OollMtor, Not'S - ~~ ^cnB,on Attorney, **?iUg FOR SHLEI efflwt l<0RTH STREET 1(11 % Wo offer for sale 2r?. ft or 60 foot frontin* nn *1,''nr,h ^,Hln etrect with a depth of r,r?TK,rty to 1" the mnsl d^ireW* ~^ACrKu|,l- ' location In the city. Just the spot f?r iO?* one wishing to btllld a nlco residence. Honey to Loan on Real Estate. 'OU^ -? AND YOUR ! RIIMF.HART & TATIM, ^ FRIENDS . Icieplinno 210. Oils H.ink _ I !?o ar* Interested In koo?i housekeeping 'ZE^CD^E^y A TJ mid examine the t'Uuh wlh, itanuei-. !> 0 you |>uy; they rontiiln nil the latent ?? ' . provementrf, aro (rood hokerii and per* The line brick rosldenco owned 1 ^ t r?w?m| ,1 -i, n n<1 11 r< with tli.it u? - | l! I'm: 1. ,il |>. I ?-|? \v?> < |. >| stHtHlltiK Made In all stylet ?nd !/ 1 1 with rll mndn 11 lim" \ meet I'vovy requirement, ijvtlok u< u? t . . tvr let. icoxwt The owner has chAiirc ,sy to bake. hl? hiislti'-s* locution. which thn " , ? 'heir Cleanliness Lessens Labor, property on the ntnrfcet at a 'heir in CO no my Saves Money. 1??1? If vim arc ii>"Klnu f"r ' ? desirable we have it at ? suitable low Pr,<' Jesbitt, &i Bro., 1 ' l-rl-1.. --IW.MI I :,,rr nixl Jsi-.'h ?tre." 11 181V >l\lturr HTItKICT. 11 speclnl low* price. CITY AOBNTS. T ^ ? w ? ?ROLF St ZRN&* n?!8TAUIlANr AND OAl'l?. 3" riTtn'UHNTIi htiii:i:T ^ ,L WIOVSAM RtSUUBANt AND CMI. * ~ . Uot MAltKCT < r It I I i. ! A'arm ineuls served In their I- <t ntyln. p p WORTH EN nliiK tooins c.??y mill nnut All sltoit- * c" vv vn 1 1 ' ' ler cooklltv, and prices reanonHble (Il|ly Ataursnt that provides ? nr^i-ehni niTNTIST idles' mid Gentlemen's Pininu Parlor, itriMK'e on Kourteetiih Itreoi. . .lorchnnis' lint lainchilaiiv Man i Mcef Prabody Hulldlnffi Room N.i. >' d rolaiaes, fnffep, pKSil and liuttor, nil, ?I.,L.I rente. Llifi ehsnnod dniiy. Market MrrcI,... HhwHinq, " ull llHUllAKIill, Proprietor. -tAkk li.MAToa ? "