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Weekly Oil Review.
FORMERLY TYLER ? DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY MAR. 23, 1898 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Seeker After Gold know they may be disappointed, but seekers after health lake Hood's Sarsapar illa with mcthe utmost confidence that it will do them wonderful good. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy, yet efficent. Look out for the equinoxial Gtorm. H. H. Currie went up the river this afternoon. Geo. Shryock went to Parkers burg this afternoon. Wiley Roberts ha? returned from the Whiskey run oil field. Bob Clendenning lefc today for his place in Wetzel county. A. B. Smith, of Fairmont, W. Va., is in the city on business. T. J. Anderson, the real estate broker, is doing a handsome busi ness. Al. McMullen, the well known producer, went to Wheeling this morning. The Ohio River railroad contin ues to enjoy a heavy passenger and freight traffic. 'Squire Haddox, of Friendly, is in the city today for the first time since last fall. D. Geo. Shryock, of Butler, Pa., is in the city for a few days the guest of his son. "Silver King" left this morning for Whiskey lun, where he will embark in business. Miss Lena Burchfield went to Wheeling this morning where she will spend the day with friends. J. W. Boyer went to Pittsburg this morning to transact some busi ness and will be absent over Sun day. Miss Alphretta Russell left yes terday for St. Marvs where she will be the guest of friends for a few days. Robert McCormick, one of the city's money makers and otherwise good citizen, is in Wheeling today on business. The Riverview hotel is enjoying a nice and substantial patronage under the management of Cham bers & McFarland. S. W. Lawrence is reported very much improved and will be able to be about the streets soon. He is afflicted with biliousness. C. C. Marsh lias returned to the city. He reports his wife's health as being extremely delicate; she is now with her mother at Bellaire, Ohio. D. S. Pelton, the reliable jeweler, has had his name very artistically lettered on his window. McCor mick & Co., the shoe dealers, have followed suit. The political situation is appar ently unchanged over the latter part of last week. The people are talking a little more earnest than a few days since. Flem Boyd went to St. "Marys this morning on business. He and his brother have made another lo cation for a shallow san d well near that place, which they will drill at once. A little boy was run down by a team yesterday, on upper Main street. The little fellow's name could not be learned, but we un derstand that he was not seriously hurt. B. A. Moses, who has been very ill with lever and has been undergo ing treatment in the Wheeling hospital, passed through the city this afternoon on his way home to Marietta. Will Seal, of the Seal Tailoring concern, is down the river today. His brother, M. R. Seal, has se cured rooms in Mannington and they will conduct a branch store at that point. Good strikes are being made in the Whiskey run oil development. Uric Randolph is the fortunate pos sessor of a three quarter interest in a 30-barrel-an-hour producer in that field. His many friends here are glad to hear of it. ? Salem Times. Miss Ethel Trader has returned to the city, after spending several weeks with friends in her native city, Baltimore. Miss Trader has again assumed her former position as trimmer in the millinery de partment of E. Stewart & Co.'s model establishment. Croup instantly relieved. Dr. ThomaV Eclectric Oil. Perfectly safe. Never fails. At any drug store. / ? jgr -i m Clell Nichols left today for Park ersburg. W. G. Kohl, of Parkersburg, is in the city. Joe Magner Sundayed in Wash ington, Pa. Dr. Boice returned from up the river this afternoon. Curtis Hall returned from down the river yerterday. Miss Eva Nesbit Sundayed with Sardis, Ohio, friends. Lee Fredenrich is here today lookiug after his trade. Sam Dunham went to St. Marys this morning on business. Miss Pet Moore spent Sunday at her home in Martins Ferry. Little Ethel Work is reported quite ill of bronchial trouble. Attorney J. W. Ewing, of Wheel ing, was in the city last night. Will Cummins returned home yesterday from Ritchie county. Georee Dufour left last evening for the Ritchie county oil fields. J. J. Olmstead is a business visitor to St. Marys and Whiskey run. Will Fitch of New Martinsville, is a business visitor in the city to day. William Philips left today for his old home down in the "Old Domin ion." E. J. Mcjunkin has reiurned from Chicago,where he has been on business. M. C. and 1^. M. Treat, of Wash ington, Pa., are prominent visitors in the city. A. C. Ruby, the well known liveryman of New Martinsville, is here today. Cascnrets stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Mrs. P. H. GafFney is reported quite ill at her home on Brown Betty street. Ross Collins, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins, is reported ill with fever. The Defender passed down last evening with a big tow of coal for southern ports. Col. S. P. Boyer was in the city yesterday, having come up trom Ritchie county. Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman of Harrison countv. arrived here yes terday to visit friends. J. B. Glenn, of the producing firm of Cobb & Glenn, is in the city looking after his interests. Ten thousand demons gnawing away at one's vitals couldn't be much worse than the tortures of itching pile?. Yet there's a cure.] Doan's Ointment never fails. J. W. Sweet is in the city. Mr. Sweet is just from the Blue Ridge gold fields of North Carolina. Manager Burt and a party of business men passed up vat noon today in a special, car for eastern cities. Miss Nellie Dodge, of Wells street, is home again from an ex tended stay with friends in Coraop oiis, Pa. Lee Philips, of Parkersburg, is in the city today, en route to Elk Fork in the interest of the Paova Oil company. Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head, an active brain, a strong, vigorous body? makes him fit for the battle of life. The most up-to-date restaurant in the city is the Brunswick, serv ing its members with strawberry shortcake. W. C. Jacobs, the genial con tractor, returned to the city today after spending Sunday with friends in the Nail City. Col. John J. Carter of Titusville, is among the noted visitors in the city today. The colonel is here on business connected with the Carter Oil company. If a brick were lying in my stomach" is the description by a dyspeptic of his feeling after eating This is one of the commonest symptoms of indigestion. If you have it, take Shaker Digestsve Cor dial Not only this symptom, but all the symptoms of indigestion are cured by Shaker Digestive Coadial So many medicines to cure this one disorder. Only one that can be successful, because only one that acts in, a simple, natural, and yet scientific way. Shaker Diges tive Cordial. Purley vegatable, and containing no dangerous ingedieats, Shaker Digestive Cordial tones up, stren thens, and restores to health all the digestive organs. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $ i .00 per bottle. wmemtoatmnik ? ?r-irmnrtii A bi^ river coming. Vote for the best man. The streets are very filthy. Dan L,oy is down the road today. The council meeting last night was short. Will Cummins returned home this morning. Uric Randolph has returned from Whiskey run. E. Stewart of New Martinsville is in the city today. O. D. Harrington left today for points up the river. Col. S. P. Boyer went down the river this morning. Prof. L. Meyere left this after noon for Pittcbiirg. H. A. Wright left today for Par kersburg on a short buciness mis sion. Flem Boyd is down the river again today looking after his oil in terests. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems especial ly adapted to the needs of the children. Pleasant to take; soothing in its influence. It is the remedy of all remedies * for every form ot throat and lung dis ease. James Henderson, the well known producer, is in Parkersburg on business. P. A. Shanor and A. B. Hunt are at St. Marys this afternoon taking depositions. Ed. A. Nisbet left this afternoon for Pittsburg, where he will spend a few days with friends. I have been afflicted with rheu matism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief. I was able to be around all the time but constantly suffering. I had tried everything I could hear of and was at last told to try Chamber lain's Pain Bain, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured. I am happy to say it hns not since returned. ~ Josh. Edgar, Germantown, Cal. For sale by C. W.Grier. Mrs. Samuel McCoach, accom panied by her daughter Miss Flora, went to Wheeling this morning, j where tlicy will spend the day with friends. Jack Kincaid has returned to the city after spending a few days with friends in Indiana, Pa. The fair sex missed Jack very much during his absence and doubtless they will be very glad to hear of his return. ISi'UlM liie li loud ike. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville, Tex., has lound a more valuable discovery than has yet been niade in the Klondike. For years he suf fered untold agony from consump tion, accompanied by hemorrhages, and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for consump tion, coughs and colds. He declares that gold is of little value in com parison with this marvelous cure; would have it even if it cost a hun dred dollars a bottle. Asthma, bronchitis and all throat and lung affections are positively cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for con sumption. Trial bottles free at Hill & McCoach's drug store. Reg ular size 50c aud $1.00. Guaran teed to cure or price refunded. Dr. D. E. Wiles, who has been stopping at the Wells for a few days in the interest of the sanitar ium for alcoholism, of east end, Pittsburg, left this morning for Moundsville. It is now time that Tyler county came forward with a new field, and there is not the least doubt of her doing so as soon as the roads are in such shape that material can be hauled to the front. We have sev eral more Elk Fork fields in this I county, and they will come in in due time. A Household Necessity. Casearets Candy Cathartic, the most won derful medical discovery of the age. pleas ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, cure headache, fever," habitual constipa tion and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. to-day; 10, 25, 50 cents. Kold and guaranteed.to cure by all druggists. 50 YEARS* EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs - - - Copyrights &c. Anvone sending a sketch and description mar Ouickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an lnrention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest af ency for securing patents. Patents taken throueh Mann & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 93 a year; four months, 9L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & (Jq#361 Broadway, New York Branch Office, 625 F SU Washington, D. C. MRS. C. C. MARSH Passed Away at (he Home of Her Mother in Bellaire, Ohio. Yesterday Afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Marsh, wife of our well known townsman, died at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Porterfield, at Rose Hill, Bellaire, Ohio, yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. Her sad demise was caused by that dread disease con sumption. Mrs. Marsh has been in delicate health for some time, and her loving husband has used every means imaginable to prolong the life of his affectionate wife. Every treatment known to medical sci ence was tried. Last fall Mrs. Marsh was taken to Ashcville, North Carolina, in the hope that change of climate and altitude would be beneficial to her. She continued to grow weaker and it was seen that the end was not far off. About ten j days ago her husband brought her back from North Carolina and she has since been under the watchful care of her mother. Mr. Marsh came down on last Friday and reported Mrs. Marsh's condition as being extremely criti cal, but thought that with warmer weather Mrs. Marsh would rally. His expectations and hopes were never realized and the last of the small spark of life yet left by the rav enous disease went out yesterday af ternoon. Mrs. Marsh was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Porterfield of Rose Hill, Bellaire, and was united in the holy bonds of matrimony with Mr. Marsh four years ago. They have resided here since their union, and Mrs. Marsh has a host of friends here who will be sorely grieved to hear of her death. A husband and a 2 year-old son survive her. We have not been in I formed as to the funeral arrange ments and will publish notice later. <&. CO. To tlie front again with the Largest and most com plete line of DRESS GOODS AND SILKS ,ver (Drought to1 tin* y. The prices are within the reach of all. New Silks Pretty ones at 39c Yard. Wash Goods and White Goods in all the latest styles. We keep nothing but what is up-to-date. Remem ber that we keep every thing of the best. Cen temeri Kid Gloves, P. & G. Thompron's Corsets and other special goods -that we control in this vicinity. Yours to please, E.Stewart&Co. Agents for Butterick Pat terns. nHnHBtfurani Thompson's Tonic Ten. Mildly and effectually carries oft all impurities of stomach and bow* els, strengthens, regulates and re stores them to a healthy and natural condition; invigorates the liver, re duces inflammation in the kidneys; purifies and promotes a healthy cir culation o? the blood, and is an in valuable remedy in giving tone and vigor to the system generally. It agrees with the mostde'icate stom- > ach, cures constipation and does not gripe. 25c. Sold by C. W. Grier, drugeist, and Opera House drug store, d-w-tf ^ Tell the people about yourelf be fore the election. PILES rupilI Suppository I? guaranteed to cure Pile* and constipation or money refunded. 50c per box. Send for list of testimonials and Free Samples to MARTIN RUDY, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa For sale by druggists everywhere, and in Sisiersville, W. Va., by D. ?. Hendershot and C. W. Grier & Co. Hate Dean's A safe, certain relief for Srnprrsaed men struation. Kcvcr known to Ce.iL ftcfc! Sure! Speedy! Satisfaction guaranteed cr I mouiy refunded. Sent prepaid for $1.00 | per box. Unite.l Midieatl Co., Box 74, Do not acccpt a substitute Lancaster Pa. ; For sale by all fir*t-c?ass druggists every- 1 where, and in Sis terayille , W. va., by D. A. Hendershot. A RIO RIVES Is Espeetcd? The Recent H??rj Have Been General. How much higher the river wijl go yet can not be conjectured. But there is no danger of any flood un less warm rainy weather prevails. The weather report is favorable and the rain is believed to t>e over. The river today at this point has only risen about 15 inches during the day. The Keystone State will pass down this evening. The Urania and Argaud will pass down. Tin several local boats are all arriving and departing on good time, ? mm * Fiduciary Nolle** Notice is hereby given following Fiduciary accounts! me for settlement, to wit; Smith and Ana Und< istrars of the estate of C. way, deceased, William Morris, tA ministrator of the estate of Jai R. Ankrom, deceased; also A. White, guardian of David Mary E. Earley O. Jane and Jasi Lee White, infant children oi if White, deceased., H Given under my hand this thl 17th day of March 1898. G. D. Smith. Coin'r ot Accounts for Tyler Co *3 kg The modern Pain Annihilator, will positiv cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Brul Cuts, Sores, Earache, Backache and all ot aches. SALVATION OIL is sold everywhere 25 cents. Only the genuine wiH do the wor Mr. Lonis Schmidt, C9 Missouri Ave., Jeffersonville, If writes : "For two months my mother suffered so tercf from rheumatism, that sho was unable to bleep ot ni for pain, until she used Salvation Oil, the greatest J __ irent on earth for pain, ono bottle of which relieved har. Slio u.setl a second bottle and it made a perfect cure." Chew LANGE'S PLUGS, The Great Tobacco Antidotc,1Cc.Oea!crsormail,A.C.Meyer4i CURE CONSTIPATION ??GULATE THE UV^Ei ALL DRUGGC) JIRQHT IITPI V nilUDiWTCPn t0 cur* any caxeof conntlpatlon. lascareta an (he Ideal j y ADjULUIlLI UUAnilltiLDU ti*e. no?fr crip or irripe.but ca dm *aay natural reaolts. pie and booklet free. Ad. STERLING BKMf PI CO., Chic*-' ''mtreal. Can., or Hew Tort. | McCOY BRO ARE i rf UP-TO-DATE. ?0 Friday, Mar. 25 We will have another Big 1.1 .WALL PAPER Jf.. vi See particulars in this space tomori ? THE BIG STORE WHERE THE PEOPLE