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FORMERLY TYLER DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 1898 PERSONAL AND LOCAL The Evidence in the case proves Hood's Sarsaparilla cures rheuma tism' dyspepsia' catarrh, that tired feeling, scrofula, salt rheum, boils, humors and all blood diseases. Hood's Pills are prompt, effieent, always reliable, easy to take easy to Loperate. 25c. fcrrjm Saturday's Daily. W Politics is beginning to warm up. We are going to have a gay time the Fourth. 1 G. W. Henry left today for his home in Chicago. F. L. Blackmarr is in New Mar tinsville today. 0. R. Taylor went down to St. Marys this afternoon. A J. Yoke went to Parkersburg this morning on business. 'Squire Haddox, of Friendly, is in the city today on business. Mr. Henry Thorn, of Friendly, is in the city today on business. E. M. Treat left this afternoon for his home .in Washington, Pa. J. H. Hanks returned this morn ing from the Whiskey run oil field. Attorney G. M. McCoy is at Woodsfield today on legal business. D. A. Bartlett returned home from Pleasants county this after noon. ifoseph McKay, one of our prom pt business men is in Mounds le today. ]. F. Hagan left today for Cleve id where he will visit his family several days. Dr. Robt. A. Irwin is slowly re vering from an attack of fever d will soon be able to resume his ictice. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durham 10 have been visiting their sons, 1. and George for a few days will ve this evening for their home in nestown, Md. W. C. Bostaph, of the Eureka nip station force, accompanied his wife, left for St. Petersburg, to attend his sister's funeral, ley will be absent three or four ll From ^ond-iy's Pail\\ Dan Wallace returned today from en wood. Epb Wells returned today from /Parkcri-burg. ' 1 J. W. Boyer spent Sunday in New Martinsville. Jti. J. Miliar, of Wheeling, is in the city today. Will H-iddox, of Friendly, is in the city tod ay. A P. Boyd returned yesterday from Parkersburg. Prof. Meyere went to Parkers burg this morning. W. A. Kelley went to Parkers , burg this morning. Charles Bissett went to Parkers | burg this morning. Myrt Moonoy left yesterday for [Chattanooga, Tenn. Benjamin Engle, ot Middle iourne, is in the city. v NJ. H. Priugle Sundayed at his lome in Marietta, Ohio. |JVT. C. Jacobs spent Sunday with ^family in Wheeling. f. J. L. Thistle, of Washington, here on business. trion Leasure went to Friendly ^orning on business. kMallory, jr., came up from urg this morning. jwart returned from points rer this afternoon. bb McEldowney, of New lie, is here this afternoon. twer has returned from , Cleveland and other krence ^Cunningham of New ^ns is tfrje guest of friends in [ity. \ Taylor spent Sunday with kves and friends in New Mar ble. [iss Myrtle SmuUen is home tn a visit with Washington friends. Jg. D. Smith, of Middlebourne, is the city toda*. Mr. Smith is an lawyer and is here on legal iiness. L<o one would ?ver be bothered th constipationif everyone knew fcv naturally ancquickly Burdock ^d Bitters regies the stomach bowel$. I Childrens' day exercises in sev eral churches was largely attended yesterday. Miss Mildred Thomas, of Mari etta, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. George Gillis. Dan Loy left this morning for Roane county, where he is drilling some test wells. Will Neil is in New Martinsville today on business for the Eureka Pipe Line company. Jack Stancliff went to St. Marys this morning to look after his pro duction in that locality.' Lee Fiedenrich, the well known cigars man, of Wheeling, is here today calling on his trade. W. W. Gordon went to Wilson Run this morning to look after his oil interests in that vicinity. Dr. G. S. Wells left today for New York City where he will at tend a summer lecture course. W. F. Rice went to Piedmont to day to attend a meeting of the State Undertakers' Association. Miss Lizzie Dudley went down to Friendly yesterday where she will visit friends for a short time. D. A. Bartlett is in Pleasants county today looking after his busi ness interests in that neighborhood. Mrs. Jennie Prosser left this morning for Harris Ferry, where her aunt is dangerously ill with fever. Miss Sarah Agnew returned home this morning irom an ex tended vis't with friends in Penn sylvania. James Hall returned from Wash ington, Pa., this morning, where he has been visiting his family for a few days. Jack Kelley, of Point Pleasant, spent Sunday here with his father, \V. A. Kelley, manager of the depot eating house. Miss Elizi Stewart, accompanied by her niece, Miss Collins, lelt to day for points in Ohio where they will visit friends. John J. Rea, the well known contractor spent Sunday with his family in Clarington, returning here this morning. Miss Fannie Jones will leave on the stsamer Ruth in the morning, for a two weeks' visit with her mother at Bellaire, Ohio. Misses Myra Prosser and Anna Rogers left on the steamer Ruth this morning for an extended visit with friends in Bellaire, O. Will Graham, McCoy Bros.' pleasant salesman in the carpet and wall paper department, returned this morning from a short visit in Pittsburg. James F. Frame, the popular agent for the Ohio River Railroad company returned home last eve ning from a short visit with his parents in Athens O S. E. Brookins of Jackson, O . State agent for the Piqua Mutual Aid and Accident Association of Piqua, O. is in the city in the in terest of his company. Jack Costello left this morning for Parkersburg where he will join a company of soldiers that are pre paring to go south. Jack is a match for two Spaniards at least. Misses Grace and Lettie Horn brook and Mabel Mays, of Barnes ville, Ohio, are guests of Mesdames Bediliou and Hornbrook at the wharfboat. The trio are just re turning from an extended visit in Cincinnati. H. D. Applebay is in Wheeling today. Col. R. M. Jennings, of Pittsburg, is in the city. James McGregan is in Pleasants county today. J. A. Crawford went to Waveily this afteimon. Col. S. P. Boyer went down the river this morning. G. W. Ernest, of Marietta, is in the city on business. John Arthur, of Parkersburg, is the ^uest of his sister. Mrs Norton and Miss Buzzard are in Wheeling today. T. N. Larsen went down to Friendly this morning. E. W. Russell is at New Mar tinsville this afternoon. Frank Lawrence, of Matamoras, is in the city this afternoon. Judge T. I. Stealey, cf Parkers burg, is in the city on business. Arch L. Smith, of Parkersburg is a business visitor in the city today. M. J. Robinson left yesterday for Piney Fork and other points in the oil field. F. L. Blackmarr went to Woods field O., this morning on legal busi ness. Vf ? .? ??' ? D. S. Pelton, the well known jeweler, was down at St. Marys to day. A1 MoMullen went to Archer's Fork, Washington county, 0., this afternoon. F. i). Young, a prominent attor ney of this city is in Wneeling on legal business. Miss Rae Dessel has opened Kindergarten and will only hold morning session r ' Captain Roe, of the steamer Barnsdall, was in the city a short time this morning. Frank Arthur, the well known contractor, left this morning for Athens, O , on business. R. L- Gregory, a well known at torney of this city, is at St. Marys today attending court. Benjamin Engle, one of Middle bourne's prominent attorneys, went to St. Marys this morning. Miss Nellie Jemison has return ed from a week's visit with rela tives in and near Middlebourne. Miss Katharine Cooper, of St. Marys, has returned home after visiting friends here for a short time. Mrs. George Graham is having her handsome Main street residence enclosed with a substantial iron fence. Send the scldier boys some fruits. It is mighty monotonous to eat poik and beans seven days in the week. Mr. Craig, attorney for the Ox ford Oil company was in the city last evening. He left this morning for St. Marys. Cures croup, sore throat, pul monary troubles ? monarch Over pain of everyv sort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Miss Lizzie Jemison, one of the pretty young girls of Middlebourne, is the guest of her uncle, J. H. Jemison of Catharine street. A blessing alike to young and old; Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry; nature's specific for dysentary, diarrhoea and summer complaint. W. J. Brown, the Wells street gent's furnisher left this morning for points in Belmont county, O. , where he will spend a few days with friends. Mrs Patrick Golden and daugh ter Agnes returned today to their home in Butler, Pa., afcer a three weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Thompson. Mr. Fred Ney is home from Sa lem, Harrison county, where he is employed by A. H. Gartlan & Co. iu some new oil developments in that neighborhood. Sheriff S. G. Pyle is in the city today. He reports collections as being very slow and today the 'phonr posts are placarded with "sheriff s sale noticts." ? ??? m Children'** I>?y. Yesterday was observed by the First Presbyterian Sabbath school as Children's Day. The services were held for the children in the evening. The chunh was almost full with the children, their parents, teachers and friends. The little folks did admirably well. The en tire program as arranged by the Presbyterian board was carried out in full. It consisted of singing, re sponsive readings, songs by the in fant class and recitations. The two songs rendered by the infant class were fine, as were the recita tions. A class of young folks about fifteen, were promoted from the infant classes to the intermediate department. In order to pass, the children had to repeat the com mandments, recite the Lord's Pray er and the catechism. They stood up before the large audionce and went over their work which showed they had had careful attention by the teachers in the infant depart ment. Each scholar promoted was then presented with a very neat and tasty diploma certifying to the fact that they had been promoted. This was a very interesting innovation. The collection amounted to twen ty- seven dollars. The school is in a very prosperous condition and shows marked changes for the bet ter since Mr. J. E. Kirk has been chosen superintendent. A new li* brary of over six hundred volumes have been added to the library, the attendance has improved consider ably and every department is flour ishing. The observance of the day was pronounced by all a great suc cess in every respect. COUNTY SEAT BUDGET. Middlebourne, June 13,^ 1898. Yesterday was observed by the Odd Fellows and Knights ol Pythias as Memorial Day. The Odd Fel lows went first to Centerville and held memorial services and deco rated the graves of their dead breth em at the cemeteries near that town. They were met by a large crowd of the citizens of that vicin ity and Rev. Hughes addressed the people and the order in a very ap propriate manner on the exercises of the day. The Centerville silver band furnished the music for the exercises. After the ceremonies and dinner the Odd Fellows from here, re inforced by the members of the or der from Centerville, came back to town where they arrived at 3 p. m. and joined the knights in memorial services held in Morey hall and were addressed by Rev. Lovett in a short and appropriate speech, after which both orders marched to Greenwood cemetery and strewed flowers on the graves of their dead. There were fifty of each order and were headed by the Junior Order's silver band and the Centerville sil ver band, who also furnished music at Morey's hall. A large crowd j witnessed the ceremonies and were well pleased. B. Eagle left tocay for New Mar tinsville and St. Marys on legal business. G. D. Smith will go to the "oil metropolis" tomorrow on legal business. J. M. Underwood is at Shirley attending to a lew odd jobs and vis iting his parents. Miss Hallie M. Swan who at tended the Fairmont State Normal and was graduated this year has re turned home, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Hall. S. Craig Shaw, junior editor of "The Moundsville Daily Echo," is visiting Mrs. C. B. Riggle, on Dodd street. Mr. J. J. Sellers, Jr., spent Satur day at Friendly. Otho H. Barnes returned from a visit to Noble county, Ohio Satur day. K. S. Bcreman and wife are in Wheeling, visiting friends and relative*. Paul Cougle is running the pharmacy during Mr. Bcre man's absence. The Chapman well is due today. The Pierpoint well will be drilled deeper today. Miss Ann e Brown has returned home after several days stay with her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. N. Fletcher, of Dodd street. a ??i ^ A Livfiy S?Tflp. A lively scrap occurred on Water street yesterday evening. One Beaver and Golden were the par ticipants to the affair. Neither of the men were serious ly hurt and no arrests .were made. ? - ? Tickets on Kale. Tickets will be on sale at the Eureka Pipe Line office for the an nual basket picnic of the Eurek Pipe Line employees, which will be held June 16th. ? m ^ yOU NEED Hood's Sarsaparilla ? if your blood is impure, your appe tite gone, your health impaired. Noth ing builds up health like HOOD'S. ^ m Muiicnl. The Sistersville Musical Literary club held the last meeting of the season Monday evening, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Pres., Mrs. E. A. Durham, Vice Pres., Mr. M. B. Willoughby Sec. and Treas , S. L. Angle. The next season will be gin September 26th. Over fifty prizes were given out to the mem bers, so that work on the next year's course may be begun at once. I Persons desiring to join the club should hand iu their names to the secretary as soon as possible, so that music may be assigned them. SAVE ^ BABY'S LIFE. 'fc Teething time is the most trying time of infancy. The little gums are ! \1/ hot and swollen. They tingle and ZA* ache and smart. AH the nerves in /|\ \!/ the little body are on edge. Sleep restless ? digesticn bad. /|^ There's a remedy. ^LaugiliD'sWCorHial^ I \V roothes and cools the gums, controls 5^* the bowels, cures colic, brings good /\\ digestion, sleep and rest. 25 cents, all druggists. Guaranteed. Made by ' I 2;. JOHN G. McLAIN & SON, Whee'ir.g.W. Va. Jp nsroTiQjsi - * All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to me will please call at the of fice of G. M. McCoy and settle at once. J. W. DlTUE, Successor tc the Russell Planing Mill Co. K A SueerMfal Operation* Chief Ewing of the police force, went to Wheeling Saturday night where he had a very delicate oper ation performed on his cose for catarrh. Mr. Ewing has been troubled for years with nasal trouble and in order "to relieve him it was necessary to remove a piece of the nose bridge. A new lot of Bag Tags and new and novel pencil holders just in, at the Review office. # E, STEWART CO.. Friday and ! Saturday Juue 10 & 11 We are going to give some of our customers a surprise in the shape of 5,000 yards of fresh New Calico all col ors at 3^c yard* ?,ooo yards Lancaster Ging ham at 4^c yard* 3.500 yards Dress Gingham Zephyrs at 7c per yard. 4,500 yards Lawn at 7c per yard. Ginghams and Lawn 1 2^2 c and 15c kind. 500 dozen O. N. T. at 3#c per spool. Free linings with any dress pattern bought Friday and Satur day at 50c per yard or bet ter; that is 6 yards cambric 2 yards silesia, 2 yards lin en canvas, 1 set stays, 1 card hooks and-eyes, 1 bolt binding, 1 spool cotton, 1 spool basting, silk forstays. Yours at 507 Wells St. E.Stewart&Co. Agents for Butterick Pat cerns are the proper thing in correct dressing and the most sensi ble and appropriate footwear ....For Hot H eather!.... We show all the Newest and Latest Styles in Tan, or Black Chrome Kid-coin lasts from . . .$1.50 TO $3.50. . . Special prices this week on Ladies' Bike Boots, and Infants', Misses' and Children's STRAP SANDALS! * 623