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Advance. Devoted to Home IUterfl.t k, Local and Oeneral Newa. VOLUME XVI. * CEREDO. WAYNE CO., W. VA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1901. NUMBER 8. indigestion dyspepsia biliousness and the hundred and one simi lar ills caused by impure blood or inactive liver, quickly yield to the purifying and cleansing properties contained in Johnstons Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. It cures permanently by acting naturally on all organs of the body. Asa blood-clcanstr, flesh builder, and health-restorer, it has no equal. Put us in Quart Bottles, and sold at $i each. ••THE MICHIdAN DRUG COMPANY,** Detroit, Mick. |q Taka Liverettes for Liver His. a$c. ^ W. M. 15LOOT) Ceredo, W. Va. H. Ney Williams, Kenova, W. Va. f, Business cards. I 4. R. Glfc8k£, r •.Architect, Ceredo, W. Va. Office at Ho.«rd Brick. W. VV. Marcum, Attorncy-at* Law, Ceredo, W. Va. Will practice in all the courts of W. Va Boyd aud Lawrence county, Ky . DANIEL WRIGHT, Painter | Paper Hangei Ceredo, W. Va. *^.Work done In the bent style and at reasonable prices. faints and Wall 1'apei for sale. • W. II. ADKINS* The Main St. Barden GUARANTEES HIS WORK 10 out mn SHIM Go to his shop and net a clean shave and a nice hair cut and you will look leu yean younger. Remember the place: Neit door to Nunns grocery store, Ceredo. W. Va. There is uo reason why anyoue should die of FEVER as long as DR. A. WATTS Is living. He hss never lost a case In five years’ prac tice. Dr. A. Watts, East Lynn, West Virgiuia. JOHN W. DILLON, Catlettsburg, - - Kentucky, 8ell8 Henry Distort & Son’s SAWS, gummeks, And Swages, and is agent for the Aultman <fe Taylor Manufac turing Co., and the Queen of the South "CRIST MILLS And Mill Supplies. ESTABLISHED IN 1870. .Cheap Cash Grocery. Corner of Main and«B Streets, .CEREDO, W. VA. 0. V. HARRIS, Prop’r. Having purchased the groce ry of Staley Bros. I am pre pared to furnish the |>eople ot Ceredo and vicinity QRQ. CERIES »nd PROVISIONS cheaper than they can se cure the same elsewhere. Buy of me for casA and save mo \ey% It will pay you to do it. Vonr* VeryTraly, ' 0« V. Harris. HON. S. B. ELKINS, who was yesterday elected U. S. Senator by the Legisla ture to succeed himself. Camdtn Railway. On December 12, 1900, bv appli cation in the Secretary of State’s office in West Virginia, the name of the Ohio Valley Electric Railway Company was changed to that of the Camden Interstate Railway Com pany. The change of name is re corded in Cabell and Wayne coun ties, \V. Va.,Royd county, I\y., and Lawrence county, Ohio. A few days ago, at Huntington, W. Va., the new company inet and organized by electing the following otlicers and directors: President .1. N. Camden, Jr., of Ver-ailles, Kv.; Secretary, S. I). Camden, of Parkers burg; Treasurer, J. L. Caldwell ol Huntington; Directors—Col. H. A. Marting of Ironton, John Means and Douglass (». Putnam of Ashland, Charles Russell of Catlettsburg, Senator J. X Camden of Parkers burg, Charles II. Shattnck of Park ersburg. 15. W. Foster and K Ensign of Huntington, and the three officers; Executive Committee—J. N. Cam den, Jr., J. L. Caldwell, E. Ensign John Means. The company will give to Senator Camden of West Virginia a first mortgage for the purpose secur ing the issue of f 1,500,000 of 5 per cent bonds. A portion of the bond issue will he kept in the treasury to meet the expenses of line extensions and improvements. The mortgage will be recorded in the courts of Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, through which the road passes. Persons who suffer from indiges tioo can not expect to live long because they cannot cat the food required to nourish the body and thn products of the undigested foods they do e«t poison the blood. It is important to cure indignation as soon as possible, and the l>eat method of doing this is to use Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health. W. M. Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. Wil liams* Kenova. The trolley stops; an Irish lady and 10 children climbed in. Conductor—Are these your chil dren, madam, or is it a picnic? The Lady—They arc my children, and it's no picnic. -- • » — —— This season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung (roubles. Prompt action will save the little ones from these 1 terrible diseases. We kuow of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure. It can also be relied upon in lagippe and all throat and lung troubles of adults. Pleasant to take. W. M. Bloss,Ceredo; R. N. Williams, Kenova. COAL GROVE IS TO 6ET MOTHER RAiLROAO. - C, P. & V. TO BE EXTENDED ; From Sciotoville To That Point— More Talk of Bridging the Ohio River IIciv. The following article from the Portsmouth Daily Blade will be read with much interest: “The purchase of the C-, P. & j V. by the Pennsylvania road, re corded in another column, is not the end of the deal. The C., P. A V. years ago extended its road-bed to Sciotoville for no immediate end but ; for the purpose of getting the road extended through the Narrows. 'Phis was far-seeing railroad sense, 1 as no company would want to buy the C., I*. V. and then fight the i N. <fc W. to get through the Nar I rows. The. wisdom of the move is I vindicated by its results. The Pennsylvania did not run the Ohio | Valley Express for amusement. It ! was carefully trying the capacity I of the Ohio Valley to support a i through line from Cincinnati to Pittsburg. The experiment was a I success. The Pennsylvania will now proceed to build up the connect ing links, and the first step will be the extension of the C., P. A V'. from Sciotoville to Petersburg, op posite Ashland. The road which the J, Pierpoint Morgan syndicate will build south through the Law rence county coal regions will strike 1 the Ohio at the same point. A per fect understanding exhist* between the two principals and the Ohio will be bridged by a mutual undertaking. l’be next step will 1m? an extension to strike the Ohio River road at Kenova. This will give the Penn sylvania the swing up and down the Ohio Valley it has so long coveted. Such is the opinion of a local railroad man. PepBin preparations often fail to relieve indigestion because they can digest ouly albuminous foods. There is one preparation that digests ail classes of food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It cures the worst cases of indigestion and gives instant relief, for it digests what you eat. W. M. Bloss, Cere do; R. N. Williams, Kenova. Although Governor elect White says be is not a candidate for l nited 8tates Senator four years hence, be has plenty of time to change his mind, and we venture the assertion that he would not decline the office if it were tender ed him. From tho Philippines. Krnova Hejwrtfr. Mrs. Will H. Wiuters arrived Sunday from her long and hazard ous trip from our far-off posses sions—the Philippine Islands, aud looks well. She says her trip hack was the reverse from that no un; over on the waters; that for 36 hours, then* ship, the Transport Sherman, wae beset, by a terrible typhoon or hurricane, that two life boats were washed away and their clothes were ruined and during which every moment was thought to he the passenger’s last. They were 23 days eu route and the ship carried about 400 sick soldiers; broken down in health aud spirits, she says they wore indeed a sad sight. Six deaths occurred. Mrs. Winters brought back as relics as interesting a collection of curios as one seldom sees, con sisting of cloth ami tine silks, wo ven by hand, a miniature house, showing the material it is built of and how all building is done with the one instrument, the bolo knife. This knife is used in carving all kinds of figure work on wood. It is wonderful the ingenuity and skill these natives show in their modes of existing where they have uothiug scarcely to do with. The collection contains pictures, flags, native hats, shoes and general ap parel and are too numerous for us to mention or itemize. The whole, however, is verv instructive and gives one an insight into the the Filipinos' custom and habits of living that is very valuable. Mrs. Winters was instrumental in the capture of a daring Filipino, while gone, who was loaded down with uiouey to buy ammunition for the Insurgents, his destination beiug Manila. Together with her out-lay of cu riosities and her ability to contain and describe what Mrs. Winters saw during her stay in that coun try makes the Duruey mansion an interesting home to drop in upon at present. She sayH the extreme heat, the like of which is never felt in this country, was the cause of her having poi r health there. Her husband, Lifcut. Winters, is m a hospital, never having gained his old-time vigor destroyed by a sunstroke some time ago. His physicians say that a change of climate is all that will restore to him health. Consequently, his return to the States in a few weeks is rather expected The IhlmI is described as rich, though lacks cultivation, th° male native beiug lanquid and nd dent. The women do thn work, but many, says Mrs. Winters, are marryiug the Chinaman, whom they claim, makes them a living. Quality and not quantity makes DeWitt’s Little Early Kisers such valuable little liver pills. W. M. Blues, Ceredo; K. N. Williams, Kenova. Fint Remitted. The Governor haw remitted the a fine of ♦23 assessed against John L. Marcum by the Circuit Court of thin county for carrying a revolver. The Governor says: “The petition ir. thin cane, sentlo me, states that Marcum wan not guilty of the offense charged against h:rn, but being too poor to pav the fee* of witnesses by whom he could have nhown the falsely of the charge, the cane wa* decided against him; that Marcum in a good, quiet and jseaceable citizen; that he, prior to the time of his* conviction in this in stance has never been charged with with any sort of violation of the law; that he is a very poor man,and has a large family dc|>cndant upon him, and is unable to pay the fine; and for these reasons, fifty-five of his neighbors, whose names arc signed to the (setition, ask us to remit the fine. “I nder date of December 31, 1000, the .lodge before whom the case was tried, »wrote me a letter in an. swer to a letter of mine to him, bearing on the subject, in which he requests me to extend executive clemency to Mr. Marcum, which I accordingly do.” Such little pills as DeWitt’ Little Karly Risers are very easib takeD» and they are wouderfulb effective in cleansing the liver an< w- M. Bloss, Ceredo; R N. Williams, Kenova. KENOVft LOCALS Luto Items From Our Sister City, Importer. Mrs. Geo. K. Osgood was in Coredo, Tuesday. Mr*, G. W. Allison is among our sick of the week. Attorney General Kdgar 1*. Ruck er was here tins week. Charles Heard, of Ashland, Ky., was here Friday, on business. R. T. Hannon, of !ronton, was a visitor to our town last week. Landlord Crump, of the (Ren wood, was in Huntington, Tuesday. Engineer W. L. Ray less is a business visitor in Charleston this week. John Goldcamp, of Ironton, ()., was registered at The Glenwood Tuesday. Mr. 11. 1). Jones was visiting triends at Roanoke, Va., the first of this week. Dr. J. F. York and Mr. G. W. Armstrong were in Charleston, this week on business. W. C. Mathews, Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Ashland, was a caller here this week. .1. C. Rrown, assistant time kcep ee, and A. Kckfclt, car dispatcher, were at Sheridan, ()., Sunday. Mrs. Gertrude Knglaud was visit ing her aunt, Mrs. S. R. Deputy, at Catlettshurg, Ky., Monday. Mrs. Ed. C. Volhner returned Monday from a visit of two weeks’ with relatives at Lawrencehurg, Ind. Constable Strother Mays has purchased the Hughes property, consisting of four dwellings, in this city. Miss Daisy Newman accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. A. T. Thaoker, visited at Wayne the fore part of the week. Mr. ami Mr-. Rnscoe Lambert were in Ironton Tuesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude England. Rev. A. Erickson will address the R. R. \ . M. C. A. Go-pel meeting next Sunday evening at 1 :.*i0 o’clock, *1 >w time. Rev. A. Hank is conducting services every night this week at C’entral City, it being a continuation of the week of prayer. Mr. B. E. Parrish, who assisted Express Agent Badgley during the Holiday rush, has gone to Bluefield, where he accepts a position. Mrs. A. Ilank slipped and fell on the side walk one day last week and received painful injuries, from which she is slowly improv iug. General Manager L. E. Johnson and Mr. Marr, Superintendent of the N. it W., were here this week on business. They were in Mr. Johnson’s private car. Mrs. J. T. Jones is visiting her parents at Cumberland, Maryland. She was expected home the first of the week but was delayed by the sickness of one of her children. J. 1’. Jones, Leonard Shire, Andy Kemp, John Donovan and Harvey Smith, all engineers, have been transferred to other divisions of the N. tt W. The first two named goes to the Lynchburg divis ion while the others go to the Clynch Valley division. -— — When threatened by pueumouia or any other lung trouble, prompt relief is necessary, as it is danger ous to delay. We would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be taken as soon as indications of baviDg taken cold are noticed, It cures quickly and its early use prevents consumption. VV. M. Bloss, Ceredo; R. N. Williams! Kenova. SPECIAL OFFER Which Will Expire at the End of Thin Month. The Wheeling Daily Register, containing fall reports ot Legisla tive proceedings, which are of vital interest to every oitizen of West Virginia, will be sent to any post office in the State for three months for the low price of ONE DOLLAR, cash to sccompany the order, eith er by registered letter, postal or der, express order or check. No 1)66 in it. No use i.i mopin' ^ When pkips ain’t bright ; Keep on a-hopin'— It’ll soon be light! No use in grievin’ Bout the milk you apill ; Keep on believin’ That the cow’ll stand stiU. No tiBe in rowin’ 'Cob the crops are Blow ; Keep on aplowin’ An’ they’re bound to grow! No use! the heaven Ir above the skies; Put in the leaven An' the bread will ripe! — Atlanta Constitution. Cincinnati's Palace Hotel. Thu Palaoe Hotel, Sixth and Vine :in»i College Streets, Cincinnati, is a gem in the way ol* service at rates, *2.00 ami *2.50, or *3.00 with bath, per day on the American plan, or *1.00 upwards, European plan. The cuisine at litis hotel is all that could lie asked, as everything the market offorda is found upon its tables, appetir.ingly and whole somely prepared, and the service is eminently pleasing in every detail — good cheer, good humor and good health go hand in hand. \ cheerful franu of mind is impossible unless the proper conditions prevail. And then, the other features of the Palace which should not escape attention are, perfect security from tire and ventilation which realy ventilates. Quests at the Palace find no element lacking to make life away from home enjoyable. Service, Smiles, Sanitation, Sunshine—the brightest, busiest spot in town, famous for good cheer. No rival at rates. We publish an advertisement of tin? Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in our columns this issue, and wish to sav to our readers that we believe this preparation is worthy a trial by any person suffering from that agonizing disease. We honestly believe it will <1 o for you all the manufacturers claim for it. Kodol Dyspepsia <’ure is prepared by the well-known and reliable firm of K. C, DeWitt it Co., Chicago, and from our experience in a busi ness sense, with that firm as ad vertisers, we feel safe in saying, that they would not place on the market a preparation for the cure of dys pepsia unless they had a remedy of the highest merit and conscientious ly believed it would cure that almost universial complaint. We further add that if this prepa ration is ecpial to the other well known remedies made by them, via: Do Witt's Little Early Kisers, De Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve, and One Minot} Cough Cure, it will speedily win its way into public favor. We cheerfully ami heartily give our public endorsement to this con cern, and reliability of the goods they manufacture, which latter has been largely the means of their suc cess; and in uriting this voluntary endorsement on our part, we feel that we are simply performing a duty that we owe our readers. Mr. M. G. Mnlliall nays there it no reason to fenr overcrowding on this globe for centuries. The area of the United States, excluding Alaska, is just 3,000,000 square miles; the aver age density of the New England States is 17 inhabitants to the square mile, so that it moy he said that the union could easily support 210,000, 000. or three times its present popula tion. Meantime other vast fields ara opening to invite immigrants. Can ada, Hra7.il, Spanish America and Australia are eaeh of them larger than the United States. Kach of them could find room for 200,000,000 settlers. 7 h* Wedding Ctki and Dream*. A St. Txmia girl ate half a wedding cake and retired to dream of her fu ture husband. Next morning she de clared she would rather live and die an old maid than marry the man she saw in her dreams.—Chicago Daily News. Wfcara the Tropica Are North. The orange, lemon and banana flourish north of Pretoria. The maiden band of hope is a hus band.—Chicago Daily News.