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Weekly Oil Review.
FORMERLY TYLER DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY APR. 13, 1898 LOCAL AND PERSONAL. America Greatest medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla, which accom plishes wonderful cures of blood diseases when all other medicines fail to do any good whatever. Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle, reliable, sure. From Saturday's Daily. F. D. Young is in New Martins ville. T J. Anderson was in Wheeling yesterday. F. A. Lang, of Clarksburg, is in ihe city. Mrs. C. B. McCoy went toWheel ing today. C. A. Krug returned home this morning. Ralph Broadwater is home from Wheeling. Will Haddox, of Friendly, was here today. J. J. Sammons went up the river this morning. Judge J J Jackson passed through the city today. J. S. Ward, of Marietta, is in the city on business. A. P: Boyd returned last night Iron: Parkersburg. Ed A. Nisbet went to Parkers burg this morning. John McGuire was in New Mar tinsville yesterday. Col. R. M. Jennings has returned to his home in Pittsbnrg. J. A. Ryan went to Wheeling this morning on business. Lee Philips went to his home in Parkersburg last evening. Capt. J. K. Booth, of Welcome, W. Ya., is in the city today. David Sterritt, of Washington, Pa , is in the city on business. Levi Tucker, of New Martins ville, was in the city this afternoon. J. L. Harne. cashier of the Mid dlebourne bank, is in the city. Mrs. G. B. Thompson has re turned from a short visit north. C. W. Brockunier, of Wlieeliug, was here last evening 011 business. Capt. james II. Pine returned home this morning from Wheeling. Jacob Koontz, of New Martins ville, was in the city this morning. J. H. Hanks, the torpedo man went down the river this morning. Governor George Wesley Atkin son passed through the citv this afternoon. Robert McCormick returned home last evening trom Wheeling and other points north. Mrs. D. B. Radford returned home last evening from a visit with friends in Chicago. Mrs. Foster Mitchell has re turned from an extended visit with friends in Franklin, Pa. M. A. Sybert, city recorder, re turned home this morning from a brief visit in the Nail City. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morrison have returned home, after a very pleasant visit with Wheeling friends. S. G. Pyle, Tyler's accommodat ing sheriff, was in the city yester day lor a short time on business. Joshua Russell, one of the sub Istantial citizens of Sistersville, is in the city today.? Parkersburg Sen tinel. Thorn* to Sit I'pon. Many people gather thorns by I failing to heed the warning sent out by diseased kidneys ? coated tongue ? parched skin ? feverishness ? dull dragging pain ? general feeling of weariness ? is sure evidence of kid ney and bladder trouble. Take Utah Kidney Beans at once ? they 1 will cure you? they have cured thousands cf others. The Turn ers of Philadelphia make Utah Kidney Beans. E. B. Samuels, County Clerk of Hickman county, Clinton, Ken tucky, testifies that he suffered for years with horrible pains in the back, kidneys and bladder?was treated by many physicians? they gave him no relief? he got so that he could hardly stand alone? Utah Kidney Beans, he says, completely cured him. He gladly recommends them to all sufferers. Sistersville agents, Hill & Mc Coach. i Turners' Little Liver Turners ka very small pill. Turns your er. A true laxative. An after -dinner pill. From Tuesday's Daily. Charles Bissett is in ^Parkers burg. James McCoach is in Wheeling today. E. W. Russell is in New Mar tinsville. Mart Miller was in Wheeling yesterday. Rush Wallace wis at Matamoras yesterday. T. W. Attwood was at Waverly yesterday. Robt. W. Kyle, of Wheeling, is in the city. D. H. Morey, of Middlebourne, is in the city. Alvy Moore, of New Martinsville, is in the city. Ed. A. Nesbit went to St. Marys this morning. Ed Dalton returncd'fyesterday from Pittsburg. John Kennedy went to Whiskey run yesterday. The war news has about stopped all talk about oil. Clarksburg, this state, has voted for whiskey license. Thos. Gartlan left yesterday for points up the river. F. L. Blackmarr returned yester day from Wheeling. John J. Rea, of Clarington, Ohio, is in the city today. F. O. Watkins returned yesterday from Fairmont, W. Va. Archie Leonard, of Pittsburg, is in the city on business. Thos. and D. H. Lacy left this morning for California. Rev. T. A. Anderson went to Wheeling this morning. Miss Minnie Gorham returned to school at Marietta today. > J. W. Shay, of Washington, Pa., is in the city on business. W. C. Jacobs, the Wheeling con tractor, is in the city today. John McCauley came up this morning Irom Whiskey run. J. W. Boyer spent Sunday with friends in New Martinsville. Mrs. Harriet Smith, of Parkers burg, is visiting relatives here. J. C. McMahon returned to the city yesterday from points north. M. L,. Thorn has returned to the city from his home in Oakdale, Pa. Mr. James Wells, of Ben's Run, was a business visitor to our city today. J. M. Girard. a well known oil man of Parkersburg, spent Sunday in the city. D. W. Vanatta was called to Pal atine Saturday, by the serious illnes^ of a relatives. Miss t* Sarah Agnew of Browu Betty street, is slowly recovering from an attack of fever. In 1888 my wife went east and was attacked with rheumatism. She received no relief until she tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Since that time we have never been with out it. We find it gives instant relief in cases of burns and scalds and is never failing for all rheumat ic and neuralgic pains. ? D.C. Brant, Santa Ynez, Cal. For sale by C. VV. Grier. Mr. T. E. Kellar was in the city today on his way up the the river on a short business trip. Joseph A. Kennedy, left this morning for Whiskey run where he is engaged in building rigs. Bodily pain loses its terror if you've a bottle ot Dr. Thomas' Ec lectric Oil in the house. Instant relief in cases of burns, cuts, spains, accidents of any sort. Miss Eva Nesbitt returned to the city today after spending a few days with friends at her old home. It is about time for fishing, and already a few of the younger boys are trying their luck at angling. The business directorv gotten out by Mitchell & Hudson is very neat and attractive and shows good taste. The little folks love Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Pleasant to take; perfectly harmless: positive cure guaranteed for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma. Ed. Sanders is home from the Roane county oil field, where he was engaged in rig building for the past month. I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea remedy in theWorces ter Enterprise recently, which leads me to write this. I can truthiully say I never used any remedy equal to it for colic and diarrhoea. I have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst case with myself or children. ? W. A. Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. For sale by C. W. Grier. R. S. Eveland is in Parkersburg. A. C. Ruby is here on business. J. S. Hockinberry is in Wheel ing. F. Moore, of Marrietta, is in the city. Have your last year's suit cleaned. C. C. McCormick is in Wetzel county. Jacob Koontz, of New Martins ville, is here. Miss Lulu Hammond, one of our best young ladies, went to Wheeling Saturday to spend Easter with friends. ?Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and other distressing eruptive dis eases yield quickly and permanent ly to the clensing, purifying power of Burdock Blood Bitters. Rev. T. A. Anderson left this morning to be absent several days attending the spring meeting of Presbytery. "Itching hemorrhoids were the plague of my life; was almost wild. Doan's Ointment cured me quickly and permanently after doctors had failed." C. F. Corn well, Valley street, Saugerties, N. Y. Last Monday the court at Pitts burg granted 517 whiskey licenses. This town can hardly be put down on the dry list. Mrs. W. W. Dick, of north Wells street, returned yesterday trom a three weeks' stay with relatives in Pittsburg and New Castle. Cascarets, Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and posi tively on kidneys, liver and bowels. It clenses the entire system, dispels colds, cures headache, fever, habit ual constipation and billiousuess. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C. today; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by all drug gists. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Durham, ac companied by Mrs. L. A. Brenne man went down to St. Marys yes terday on the steamer Virginia, re turning on the evening train. Mr. William Philips returned from Cliarlottsville, Va., where his home is, and nas gone to Wheel ing, where he has secured a clerk ship in a wholesale grocery store. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, and strong, Magnetic, full of new life and vigor, take No-To-Bac-from your druggists, who will guarantee a cure. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac from .your own drug gists, who will guarantee a cure. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy company, Chicago or New York. William J. Bryan is holding forth in Pittsburg today and there are thousands of people there to s?e and hear him. Still he represents a dead issue. Strange how people will run alter dead things, isn't it? Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weirich and daughter, Miss Bertha Weirich, Upper Strasburg, took their de parture on the evening train Wednesday from Chambersburg for Sistersville, Wr. Ya., where they will reside. Mr. Weirich has for some years been engaged in huxter ing business, but at his new home will engage in other pursuits. We are sorry, in common with his many friends, to lose him as a citizen of the county, and wish for him success. Miss Bertha will be greatly missed as a music teacher in Upper Strasburg and Letter kenny township. ? Public Opinion, (Chambersburg, Pa.) Sick poison is a poison which makes you sick. It comes from the stomach. The stomach makes it out of undigested food. The blood gets it and taints the whole body with it. That is the way of it. The way to be rid of it is to look after your digestion. If your food is all properly digest ed, there will be none left in the stomach to make sick-poison out of. If your stomach is to weak to see to this properly by itself, help it a long with a few doses of Shaker Di gestive Cordial. That is the cure for it. Shaker Digestive Cordial is a de licious, healthful, tonic cordial, made of pure medicinal plants, herbs and wine. It positively cures indigestion and prevents the formation of sick poison. At druggists. Trial bottle ioc.[^ James Henderson, the well known oil producer, is in the Pleas ants county field today looking af ter his interests. Yesterday was a beautiful Easter day. The churches were largely attended, and the people generally had a very pleasant and "quiet day. Nate Dawson, of Pittsburg, is in i the city on business. AN AGED VETERAN Talks of the Civil War and the Legacy that was Left Him for His Share in it. If all the testimony appearing in the public press of the Union, at tested to by -veterans of the civil war, about the articles that form the subject of 'Squire Hart's statement was published in this paper it would fill every column of it. From the Mississippi to the Atlantic there are few daily papers whose columns do notiContain similar statements, any one of which might have been selected for this issue, but the reader is asked- to remember this fact. 'Squire Hart lives at 519 6th street, and does business as justice of the peace on 2nd street, opposite the depot in Marietta, O., a place only a few miles from here. Opinions from a man almost in our midst are much more valuable and much more to be relied upon than if the said opinions were picked up in Providence, R. I., or Kalamazoo, Mich. Read what he says: Since I was in the army a mem ber ol Regiment 148, Company K., Ohio. I never had the health I had before I enlisted. My kidneys were affected, and at times I had been anything but a well man. Some of the symptoms showing plainly that my kidneys were not right, such as dull pains in the loins, the back tiring out, and irregularities at times in the secretions of the kid neys, and aggravated pain when I caught cold. I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at a drug store, and followed the directions closely. I I appreciate the result received; the remedy acts directly on the kidneys and has no bad effect on the system while using, and it does not take long to make a noticeable improve ment. I endorse the claims- made for Doan's Kidney Pills. m ??? ? Ike Simons, of Bradford, Pa., is in the city to look after his business interests here. Ike is deservedly popular and has a host of friends here. The New York [Store is being repainted and rearranged. Pro prietor Cohen is making an effort to have the finest store room in town. J. K. Hill, who was reported by us a few days since as being dan gerously ill, is still very low. His physicians have no hope for his recovery. The rumor that D. M. Wallace was on his way home from Klon dike is without foundation. A letter from L. M. Gorham states that they are both proceeding to dig gings as rapidly as possible. Bob Clendenning is in the city. "Bobby" still possesses that "evil white eye" that the Star "hollers" so much about. Miss Grace Reich returned to Wheeling this morning, after a pleasant visit with ner sister, Miss Bertha Reich and friends. Entertained. The Twentieth Century club was entertained last evening by Thomas McCoy, at his pleasant home on south Main street. The usual pleasant time which the mem bers of the club enjoy at their en tertainments was realized. Social games, songs and other amusements and a delightful midnight luncheon constituted the pleasure of the merry little party. Those present were: Misses, Elva Lawrence, Eva Wright, Nell Morrison, Blanche Smythe, Jennie Rassell, June Mc Coy, Edith Moore, Emily Morrison, Eloise McCormick, Nell McCoy, and Messrs. Glenn Elliott, Howard Irwin, and Thomas McCoy. . ? Ice buyin'. Hen settin\ Birds singin'. Shade huntin'. Road work in'. Paper hangin'. Carpet beatin'. Doiug washin'. Garden makin'. I House cleanin'. Spring weather. Flower plantin'. Lawn swe?pin\ Street sprinkiin'. Paint your houses. E. C. Dunkle went to Mc.Kees port to visit hi? sister, who is very sick. Thompson'* Tonic TfA. 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 of the blood, and is an in valuable remedy in giving tone and vigor to the system generally. It agrees with the most delicate stom ach, cures constipation and does not gripe. 25c. Sold by C. W. Grier, druggist, and Opera House drug store, d-w-tf Count j Court of Tj>r Coantj, Wart Virginia, April R^sJon, 1 Hl*s. (April Olta. > 'ii*m Be it resolved by The Countv Court Of Tyler Co, that each of the surveyers of Roads in this County, be, and they are hereby authorized and directed to notify the proprietors and tenants of real estate and property in their respec tive road precincts, whose fences enroach on the public roads, that the said fences, especially wire fen ces. must be removed at once and the proper width given for the road as established; And that in case of their failure or refusal so to do, in a reasonable length of time, that said Surveyors have the same done at the expense of the said proprie tors and tenants; and that a copy of this order be published for four suc cessive weeks in the Tyler County Gazette and Weekly Oil Review. The foregoing is a true copy tak en from pa0*i 3S9 of ' Order Book No. 4, 1894, T>ler County Court." Attest ? D. Hickman, Clerk. 4 13 4* m *>? m James OXeary left yesterday for Wheeling, where he will train for his coming contest next week with Pete Quinlin, at Smithfield, W. Ya. The old pipe organ in the Pres byterian church changed hands this morning, Mr. John Rea becoming the purchaser. It will be moved tomorrow. 1 > ? ? ? ? . i Myer Herzberg, formerly of this city, but now of Bellaire, was the guest of friends in the city Satur day. A safe, certain relief for Suppressed men struation. Never known to fail. Safel Sure! Speedy! Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Sent prepaid for fi.ooj per box. Unite ' Medical Co., Box 74, Do not accept a substitute Lancaster Pa. For sale l>v *11 drst-c^ass druggists every where, ana in Sisteriyille, W.Va.. by 6. A. Heudershot. ????? [piles ? o nil rrmstins! Suppository RUDY'S PIlJ Is guaranteed to cure Piles and constipation or money refunded, soc per box. Send for list of testimonials and Free Samplea to MARTIN RUDY, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa, For sale by druggists everywhere, and in Sisierrfville. W. Va., by D. A. Heudershot and C. W. Grier & Co. Is indispensable to every family. It positively cures Cough, Cold, Croup, Bronchitis, Grippe and all Bronchial Affections. You can always rely on it. DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP is a remedy of sterling value. Price 25 cents. Take no other. Mr. "Win. P. Bradley, P04 N. Main St., Pawturket, R. I., highly endorses l)u. Bull's Coukii Syrup. He writes : "I take pleasure in testify ins to the merits of I)R. Bull's Cough Syrup, which 1 have used in my family for years with unfailing success. My wife would not be without it and always keeps a bottle of it on hand for emergencies." Chew LANCE'S PLUGS. The Crest Tr>!>a:co An!ido?e.10c. Dealers or mail. A.C.Meyer & Co., Batto.,Md. FOR Men, Women, Misses' and 0 Children ^ -\/r a -n>-Fn IIST. 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