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CMS- COMPLETED[
Yesterday by the Ohio County
Board of Commissioners. ?
ONLY SUGDT CHANGES ARE MADE
WHICH DO NOT IN ANT INSTANCE
A UrFI*P!("*T TRR UKSiri/r-TAPTAIN
DOVENER'B MAJORITY' IB INCREASED
TO VUD AND 8ENATOB
WWITAKER* DECREASED TO
1,000?THE CERTIFICATES WILL
BE) SIGNED NEXT TUESDAY.
CONGRESS.
B. B. Dovener (R) 5,873
J. V. BUUr (D) .4.633
DoVcner's majority... ...........1,240
V . STATE SENATE.
N. E. Whltakor (R). ....L888
John Waterhouao (D) iW
Whl taker's majority.... ....1,001
HOUSE OP DBLEOATES.
H. F. Bebrcna (R) 5.811
B. W. Connelly m> 5,8?
' V i'H. W. McLure ?R) 6.859
gSg Ralph MUCoy (R) 6,813
James Balrd (t? ....4.841
: V . / Burke Wataon (D) 4,841
[y^r.Joaaph Handlan 4.877 .
x . Jamea R. Hlssom (D) 4,101
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
XSIrai' mijorlty IB
... Yesterday afternoon, tbe Ohio county
board of commlnlonera concluded It*
can VMS of the election returns^ The
? vote lo WJstilngton. Madison, Clay
and Union qtetricta had been compiled
Montfay afternoon, and at yesterday**
carina the districts of Centre, Webster,
Ritchie, Trladelphla, Liberty and Richland
were compiled. The totals bad not
been made by Clerk Moffat, but (he Intelligencer
haa compared Its figures
with the official compilation' by the
clerk, and the table printed In another
column Is the official result without the
official seal attached.
Only slight changes are mad*. Captain
Dovener't* majority Is Increased
from 1,235 t? 1,240, Senator Whltaker's
majority Is decreased from 1.023 to 1,001,
his opponent, John Waterhouae, having
made slight gains In several precincts
*u? ?u *K?nM hv lAm* aP
[ '" " IUIVU0U vicilbui tiiuta Utwxv
the precinct officials.
There were, no demand? tor recount#.
T&e majority of County Commissioner
Hare, in Centre district, remains uni'
changed* there not being an error in the
clerical work of any of the officials In
that district. The Trladelphl" officials
alffo "did their work well, and- the result
tvas unchanged on the close contests for
! district offices there.
The majority of Mr. Biggs, the Republican
candidate for superintendent of
free schools In the county, remains unchanged,
102. i
The county commissioners'will meet
next Tuesday morning. *nd afllx their ,
seal of approval to the tabulated figures
mad* up by Clerk Moffat. At the same
time they ^111 sign the certificates of
election, which are to be forwarded to
t'hp state officials, at Charleston.
NO MATERIAL CHANGE
???.
In the BtarahaU Connfy Returns a? a Result
of tbe Canvnta l>y iba Cqnnfjr
Court?'The Register** Howl of "Frsad"
la Hie net of Dimonole Shad,
The county court of Marshall county
has canvassed the election returns from
All me preciuciB HI mc vwuum
ito. 3, of Franklin district. 'At <his preclnct
the election judge* had not properly
signed the tally sheet. They were
sent for and will be on hand thli mora-,
lng to' finish their work, when the offlV
cial count will he declared. It wiH be
p- a* follows, except perhaps, a change of
J a vote or two on the house of delegates:
r Congress?Dovener. 2,61b; Blair, 1,665;
| Dovener's majority. 945.
State Senate?Sturm. (R.). 2,657;
Stone. ,(D.), 1,659; Sturm's majority. 998.
i House of Delegates?John NIxon;(R.),
2.674; Frank W. Legge, (R.). 2.544; C. E.
Bassett. (D.), 1,665; J. L. Mercer, (D.),
1,630.
j County Commissioner?J. W. Dunlevy.
(D.). 2.066; S. R. Davis. (R.). 1.925; J. M.
I Rlne, fPro. and Pop.), 128; Dunlevy's
majority, 141.
[' The alternate road law of 1872 and '73,
" " "Hail hv noArlv 1.400.
k The Democrats took exceptions to the
i returns of two or three precincts being
! accepted by th? court, and may demand
/ A- recount of one or more of these preI
clncts. The Republicans excepted to
the Glendale precinct. In Washington
r; district, but have not yet given out
p whether they expect to ask for a re.
count or not. All the Irregularities
f brought before the court were of a tech's
nical nature, and were only such as
? might and do doubtless happen at evl
cry election In every county in the
w state. The charge of fraud or an atk.
tempt at fraud, which was referred to
p again 1n yesterday's Register, Is made
rv without any ground whatever or any
; evidence that might tend to suggest It.
The returns were all properly made, exjr:
cept for the few clerical and technical
errors referred to above, and they have
fj. been cared" for and guarded In accordance
with the provisions of the law, and
f; there was no evidence whatever
E; brought before the court or any attempt
>. . to bring any evidence before the court
p. during the entire canvas to disprove or
| contradict the above statement.
SENATOR STURM'S MAJORITY,
k Senator Sturm's majority In the Sec"?? '
?*n??Apini in now nlaced at
r 184. He gained eight In Marshall county
In the official returns as compiled
f yesterday, and has lost four In Marlon
county.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Malfarnnf Minor Moment In anil About
(ha Ctlr.
|! Matinee at the Grand, this afternoon.
Grand1 to-night?The Wilbur Opera
Company.
kt I. O. O. P. grand lodge continues its
j? sessions to-day.
fr. "Injun" social thin evening under the
r auspices of tho United Presbyterian
h church.
mm * ?* - ? i- '! <? ?>lnilna1 e>tiurt (ho
f- icsieruft/, im me viiiiux
case of the state vs. C. A. Flarchcr was
on trial.
f Chamber of commerce reception to
the party of Ohio people on the Queen
S. City?8 o'clock this morning.
I Tho Indian f*?clal at U. P. church tonight
la under the aueplces of the Young
v People'? ChriHtian Union of the church,
k Mrs. Charles Chat tick, of Grafton, Is
I; In the city, shopping, and 1? the guest
k of Mrs. H. P. McGregor, of North Front
J;| street* Island.
Squire Rogors yesterday hold Dennis
iV O'Hoollhan for tho grand Jury, on the
: charge of stealing cloth from H. C.
| Richards' tailoring establishment,
Tho council committee on finance
ft meets to-night to select a chairman (to
succeed ex-Courlcllman Morris Horkb
helmer) and transact general business.
? This evening: at Zone Street Methodist
f Episcopal church there will be an exhlEf
bjtion of dissolving views or moving
E pictures, together with musical selech
' tloos, under the auspices of the
g'. church.
r The Ladles' AM Sodlety of the Second
k Presbyterian church will hold a
I. "Thanksgiving Market" on Wednesday,
1 \
SAVT
YOUR
HAIR
Warm Shampoos
Witt
ISR
And urht dressings with
COTICURA, purest of emollient
skin cores, will clear
the scalp and hair of crusts.
scales anaaanarun^ooineirritated
and itching surfaces,
stimulate the hair follicles,
supply the roots with energy
and nourishment, and thus
produce luxuriant, lustrous
hair, with dean, wholesome
scalp, when all else fails.
For Golf Rash
ehaflngs, undue or offensive perspiration,
and other sanative uses, nothing so soothing.
purifying and refreshing as a bath
with CUTICURA SOAP, the most effective
skin purifying and beautifying soap In the
world, as well as purest and sweeteHt for
toilet, bath and nursery. *
Sold throughout the world. Price, CUTICURA
SOAP. 2Sc. CUTICURA (ointment).
80c. POTTER DRTTO AND CHEM.
CORP., Sole Props., Boston. British
Depot, 1 Klnp Edward Street, London.
Depot Francais, 113 Faubourg St., Honore.
Paris. Send for "Face, Hands and Hair
Book," mailed free.
November 23, at 2:30 o'clock, at the
church. Person* wishing orders filled
can send them In now.
A SOCIAL SESSION.
The Bellaire lodge B. P. O. E. held a
most enjoyable social session last evening,
which attracted 275 people, includThe
Vote of Ohio (
Official Vol
DISTRICTS AND PRECINCTS.
Wa^hVn^tonMajorlty"'.'.'."'.I!'.'.!!
I"...!
MadsonVfj
? o<
' No.
Total
Majority
?}&
. No. 2.
No. 3
No. 4
' No. 5
No. 6
Total
Majority
UnionNo.
1
No. 1
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
No. *>
No. 7
Total ,
Majority
CentreNo.
L
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. R.
No. 6
No. 7
Total
Majority
Webster?
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3 /.
No. 4
No. r.
NO. 0
No. 7
Total
Majority
Rltchlo?
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3.
No. 4
No. 6
No. f
No. 7
No. 8
Total
Majority
Trladelphla?
No. 1
No. *
No. 3
No. 4 ?
No. C. ?
No. 0
Total
Majority
Liberty?
No. 1
No. ?
No. 3
Total
Majority
RlCbland?
No. I
No.
Total.....
Majority.....
GRAND TOTAL
TOTAL MAJOREWT
In* many visitor* from "Wheeling,
Bridgeport, Martin'# Ferry, St Clalrsvl
lie and Moundavine. .Mr. James C.
TaUman presided. Speeches were made
by Congressman Dovener, of Wheeling;
Prosecuting Attorney T. J. Parions,
of Moundsville; Thomas O'Brien,
Jr., of Wheeling, and Bert Hopkins, the
latter of Bellaire, who recited.
LAFAYETTE DAY
Will Im Obiamd In lb* PabUe School* of
th? City To-morro%r and Prom Ulna
Programmes have U?en Prepared lit tin
Several Schools.
Lafayette day is to be observed in the
public schools of Wheeling to-morrow
afternoon, and at all of the buildings
promising programmes will have their
rendition before audiences that will tax
the capacity of the hails. The day was
??Ka kntinnla ,\f fVo
(tcnereti; vubhtcu >M .? .
country last month, but on account ot ,
limited time for preparation the obiwv- I
nee in Wheeling wai postponed. The I
proceeds am to assist In .the raisins of
? monument ot Lafayette in Paris, the
gift of the school boys and (tlrl* of
America to the French republic.
THE HIOlTSCHOOL.
At the High School to-morrow aftercoon,
the following Lafayette Day programme
will be followed:
Song, chorus School
"Lafayette and the American Revolution"
Isabella Jepson
Piano solo Herbert Emshelmer
"An American Exile" Carrie Zane
Chorus School
Mandolin solo William Detweller
"Lafayette the Frenchman
Harold Brennan
Vocal solo Elsie Bundling
"Viva La France" Essie Ellsworth
Vocal duott..Addle Miller, Minnie Wlncher
Lafayette (select oration)
Walker Gwynn
Violin solo Edith Courtrito
"Men who never die" Clyde McGregor
Vocal solo Ada Graham
"A Characterisation of Lafayette"....
Lulu Davis
Chorus (solo, Elsie Gundling) School
??
WASHINGTON SCHOOL.
At Washington school to-morrow afternoon,
tho Lafayette day programme
win be aa follows:
*T-*'?-1 ? ?>?>"> Pinna
rtuuinmi
. (a) The Marsellalso.
(b) Homo anfl Fatherland.
Declamation?Lafayotto and Washington
i John Loach
Piano solo?The Cyptypane^..
Catherlno Hutchlns
Motion songs Primary class
Recitation?My Papa........Sarah Ourrl?on
Vocal solos Elsu May Clement
(aj The Raindrop and the Eo?e
Duet-Piano and violin ..
Jessie Mayer, Mary Becker
Marc ""*tlufRed'wlilte and Blue.....
D?c'an.at.on-rve Gottogoto School..^
Double quartette Primary Class
(a) TWo are Many Flags In many
Lands.
(b) Sweet Summer's Gone.
Modley Jolly Sailor I-ads
(a) The SulIor*.
(b) Rod. White and Blue.
When Grandma was a Girl....... ?
Piano aolo?Moonlight on theH^udsom^r
Declarnation?The Bailad of the General's
Kiss Rosella Erablen
Uncle Sam Drill.
Vocal solo?Won't you come to my tea.
party? Maggie Miner
Declamation?The BpecKiea wen
Bessie Koontz
Minuet Colonial Dames
Chorus?The Stars and Stripes That *
Love Class
FELL IN THE TRENCH.
An unknown plpe-llner, while working
on the Trl-St&te Gas Company'*
line on Peters' run, near Elm Grove,
fell In the trench and. was caught at
one side of the pipe, from which feltow
workmen found it difficult to extricate
him. He was seriously injured. "
bounty, General Elect
to as compiled by THE INTELLIGENCER, after
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GOVERNOR ATKINSON
Will b? amm/ikm Chrnm^r ot Cammtrei 4
Committee ?0 Welcome the Party of
Ohio People on thm Packet Queen Cl'y
this Morning* J
Governor 0. W. Atkinson, who is here
as secretary of the West Virginia Brand
lodge, A. P. A A M., has been added to
the chamber of commerce committee 1
which will welcome the party of dlstln- f
guished Ohio people to Wheeling this g
morning. At Is general!? known, the <j
party, made up of Ohio public officials, s
members of the legislature and promt- r
nent business men. Is being taken on
the tr>p from OalllpoHs to Pittsburgh r
and return by President Vance, of the Ii
Ohio Valley Improvement Association,
and General Manager James A. Henderson,
of the Pittsburgh & Cincinnati
packet line. In order that tlieir ideas of ?
immrtnnPA at the Ohio an artery r
of commerce may be enlarged to the ,
proper proportion!.
The committee of the Chamber will 1
assemble at the wharfboat at H o'clock, I
and It la propoaed to have the. hour of fc
the packet'* departure extended from II
to 9 a. w. in order that the committeo *
mar take the visitor! on a ahort trip "
over Wheeling. Citizens generally are e
requested by President Hulllhen Quar- t
rler. of the chamber of commerce, to cooperate
with the committee In making
(he welcome one of enthusiasm und
heartiness. 1
THE PANTOMIME "BEN HUR" "
Will be Given Next Monfti by Local, ?
Talent In Elaborate Manner.
The beautiful spectacular pantomime, |
of "Ben Hur," General Lew Wallaces t
great book, will be presented on the t
evenings of December 21, 22 and 21, b* r
talenf selected from the congregation of a
St. Matthew's P. E. church. The arrangements
for the production Include elaborate
scenic effects, tableau* and
marches, and the most dramatic acenea
of "Ben Hur" will 6e graphically portrayed.
The cast of characters hasn't been
completed yet, but the principal parts
have been assigned. The production
was recently given with great success
In Parkersburg. Frequent rehearsals
will be Indulged In and a smooth and
finished performance Is assured.
To Adjail Coal Rate*.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 16.?
There was a meeting to-day in the general
office of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, between freight representatives
of the Pennsylvania railroad,Philadelphia
& Reading railway; Baltimore
& Ohk> railroad* Beach Creek railroad,
Chesapeake & Ohio, and Norfolk &
Western railway companies, in an effort
for a readjustment of rates on bituminous
coal and an advance in price for
iBnn nrt.li. -.1 tils
WJ9. ** li 11U liiUUD nuv/ autliutu Mm
meeting were somewhat reticent oa to |
what was done, it is understood that all t
agreed that the time was ripe to make 8
an advance and that as soon as every- a
thing could he arranged notice to this f
effect would be issued, but before any
official announcement is made, the mat- a
ter will have to be submitted to the v
presidents of the companies.
A Mixed Affair. ^
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 16.?Another
chapter was added to the celebrated
Barnes-MfcGowan affair here today.
The seven-year-old daughter of 3
Mrs. Barnes was kidnapped by a wo- <3
man supposed to be her mother, and J
immediately taken' out of the city. They *
were traced to the Union station, but ,
beyond that nothing is known. The a
child has been living with her grand- t
father, who was appointed her guar- *
dian. _
Subsequently it was learned that the J
woman and' child had taken the 1 _
o'clock train on the Lake Shore road v
tion, Nov. 8, 1898. !
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A DRAMATIC
\ Lecturer Discovers
Loses Hi
Itis a scene In the- lecture-room of a q
nedlcal college" Id New Orleans. The '
irofessor Is lecturing before ?n Intelll- B
;ent clasa of medlcal studenls. He 1? p
leserlblmr the human body. Its defects d
ind the dancer by- which It Is sur- c
ounded. Ip onSer to Illustrate It be ha* ?
lulda from, the hitman body, which he p
ffiyhlor.tlnfi1 to rhenilcal tC?t?. n
"Gentlemen," he Mid, "I have de- t
crlbed to you the appearance'of the fc
luman fluid In a diseased. state; I will tl
ion* show you how the same fluid ap>ear?
In a healthy state," and be sub- k
ected his own to the teat. As he held 0
t up to the light for a moment, hi* h
and trembled, he caught his breath, he p
ialed and exclaimed: "Gentlemen, I \
*ve JuM made a most horrible dlscov- a
ry; I myself have Blight's disease of s
he kidneys." h
In less than one year he was dead. c
The above dramatic-and strictly true d
ncldent shows the terrible danger and t
aysterlous nature oClhls modern dls- a
aae, which,ma/weU.be called the de- It
son of the present ccntury, It steal*. II
irto the system like a thief, manifests a
ts presence by the commonest lymp- b
oms and fastens Itself upon the sys- *
em before the victim I* aware. It la u
.early as hereditary as conaumptlon, It
HUNTINO BHOBBMta'a
St30 ttr DrKli
Huntinj
Men's 75c Warn
Men's 52.50 Box
Men's $150 Vin
Men's &W Val
Men's $5,60 Enai
McFadden's Sho
1320 and 1322 Mar
or the east. The police Immediately
ie?an telegraphing police officials all
.long the route to arrest the wdtaan,
,nd expect to have them in custody beore
many hours have parsed.
Meantime Mr. Barnes has sworn out q
. warrant charging Airs. McGowan &
krith kidnapping. C
The police characterize the case as one Sl
f the boldest cases of kidnapping which
las ever occurred in this city. P
A. B. A O. Inquiry* p
BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 16.-Judge P
iforrls, In 4he United States court to>- |!
lav. granted an order on petition of the C
- p
lercantile Trust Company, of New g,
fork, appointing: A- S. Dunham and
Arthur L. Shamer, special roasters to p
iscertain the amount and nature of all P
he indebtedness of and claims against g
he Baltimore & Ohio railroad. It Is L
irovided in the order that ell claims c
.gainst the Baltimore & Ohio except si
nortgage liens shall be filed in writing
pith the special masters under oath, by
February 1, 1899. As soon, as possible
ifter that date, the special roasters are
o report to the court a schedule of all
lalms filed under the order. ei
m d,
Christmas Presents for Soldier*
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16.?The y
ransport St. Paul will sail on Friday
or Manila, with about 2,000 tons of {r
upplies, of which 200 tons are Christnas
presents for the soldiers in the
'hllippines. The vessel will carry as "
ossengers twenty-oen women, (wives u
f officers), forty-one enlisted men, and
Ive officers and two clerks for the "
uarterroaster's department. Captain
fiebaum. of the Alaska Commercial lr
'ompany, is sending a redwood to <he
felifornla boys for a Christmas tree. j
Ami Urnth Comes At Last. 'j'
KEOKUK. Iowa. Nov. 16.?Mrs. Lucy G
ilexander. a colored woman aged 127
ear?, and the oldest person In Iowa, is ni
cad. She was born near Richmond, ^
'a.. In December, 1770. and ha* Uved In (1,
Dwa for forty-two years. lg
AUCTION!
TTe offer at oar great auction ial? Forty ?r
'hnnsand Dollars,worth of Diamond* and
11 fine goods. Mow Is the time to get flu* _
Mamonds at ynnr nwi? urleaa. V
DILLON, WHEAT * HANOUEB CO.
Orphctis Male Chorus, F. Danvcrs and 5
fm. Clemans.Thursday, at Carroll club*
m rl
DON'I'forfM tlif contest at the Metro
nllteii Clnhll*?wsw to-ntcht. V
WILLIE'S. RI
ifllSl.
i? >\ ulic?Belcher neckj'll get cv<
mc pay for that busted windc
.VAT/ r'luiti(i?S :::
mf\ m
2?There, I think I'm square with ti
HNpIDENT.*
His Danger and I
s Life/
ulte as Mfiifoon and fuKy as Util H
:nUre families, mheritlnc It from thilr .a
ncestors. Jiaye died, yet none of u? 9
umber knoyv or realised the mjittrlou flfl
ower which was removing them. Hun.
Ireds of people die dally by what u
ailed heart ^U?c?Jie-. apoplexy, paralj. I
Is, eplnai complaint, rheumatics, 1
neumonla'and other common diseases, I
- hen In polity It is Bright'* disease of I
be kltTness. ..These are solemn facts,
ut all the more serious because m H
ielr solemnity.
There lut? never been but one remedy H
nown Tor the cure of Brighl's dtaease,
r even for its relief, and that remedy
ab become the most popular of any I
reparation known 19 tne worn. It it H
famer'* Safe- Cure. It has taken men. 'H
nd women,, ton, who were In the lower. ;H
tages ami restored* them to perfect I
eaJth nnd strength. It will Invariably I
heclc the .first stage* of Mils terrlbls I
Isease, If taken In time. It ! Intoned H
y physicians, approved by scientist!
nd uaed by the best people In the land. I
L Is a sdttgpo preparation and onei H
j popularity wholly to Its power. It
an be pnS55d ?t any reliable dealer, I
ut great cm* should be exercised to
;cure the genuine ami not permit any I
nscrupulous-dealer to sen anything Is I
-M'FADPBWS.
g Shoes for $1.75. I
i Felt Boo's for - - - 48c
Calf Shoes for 51-98 I
4nm T>M CIlAAC fnf (IK
16ft I Oil JilUW ??> " " *i.w
:er Proof Shoes for - - - {2.48
dkI Leather . Shoes for $3.48
e Department,
ket Street.
Till! RIVHR
YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES,
harleston...KANAWHA, 6:30 a. m.
unesvlllo A KG AND, 5 a. m.
alllpolls URANIA, 10 a. ra.
l?ter?vll!e...RlJTH. 3:30 p. m.
larInffton....LEROY, 3:20 p. m.
LeubenvllI?. .T. M. BAYNE; 2XO p. m. .
BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
ittsburjr.. .GREENWOOD, 6;30 a, m.
Inclnnail....QUEEN CITY, 8 a. in.
arkoraburg.AVALON. 6 a. m.
ltt.?burph...W. J. CUMMINS. Slid. ,
arkersburff.H. K. BEDFORD. 11 a. m. '
ntamoraa...LEXINGTON, 11 a. ar
lsteravine...RUTH, 3:30 p. m.
JarinRrton....LEROY, 3:30 p. ra. .
Ittsburgh...LORENA. 2 a.m.
Loubenvll!e..T. M. BAYNE; 2!30 p. ra.
BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ittsburgh...VIRGINIA, 3 a. m. j
Utsbu i^h... AVALON, 8 a. nv
allJ|IUIIB UIWII'lA. u. m.
arkcrsburfr. BEN HUR. 11 a. m.
Istersvllle...RUTH. 3:30 p. m.
larinRrton....LEROY, 3:30 p. m. T
Leubenvllle..T. M. BAYNE, 2:30 p. m.
River Tel earn mi*
CREENSBORO-Rlver 9 feet anil fit**
onary. Weather warmer and threatnlngr.
Woodward and Florence Belle
own Thursday- Adam Jacobs upw
WARREN?River 3 feet 1 lnchej.
leather fair and mild.
BROWNSVILLE ? River Z feet 4
iches and stationary.
MOROANTOWN ? River 8 feet 8
ichea and falling. Weather clear and
armor.
OIL CITY?River 3 feet 9 Inches and
illlnp. Weather cloudy and1 warm.
PITTSBURGH?River 9 feet and fa*
if? at the dam. Weather, raining an &
)oL
STEUBENVILLE ? River 11 feet 5
ichee and falling:. Weather clear amJ
rut. jras*ea uuwii; yurai uny, iwden ;
enkinp. Passed up: Bcn> Hur and
ranlte.
PARKERSBITRG?Ohio river 16 feet
nd falling Weather, raining". Passed
p: W. J. Ounmlns, Greenwood, H. K.
odford. Passed down: Barnsdall. Dua
nvn: Kanawha. Little Kanawha river
i falling. Local* are on time.
POINT PLEASANT?River 19.5 feet
id falling. Weather cloudy.
CINCINNATI?River 26.1 feet and rfeijr.
Weather clear.
CAIRO ? River 17 feet an4 rising,
feather cloudy and warmer.
LOUISVILLE?River risln*: 10 feet 3
iches in canal; 8 feet on falls; 23 feet
inches helmv locks. Weather cloudy.
KVANSV3LLE ? River 17.3 feet and
sing. Weather clear and cool.
M7MPHXS?River 8.5 feet and rising.
feather cloudy and cool.
iVENGE. .
M&r
mi with old man Jones for making
>w.
lie old duffer now.

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