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< ha i leston. .Ian. 28.—The senate *oiumittee adopted the lumsr joint resolution to investigate the \N*-st Virginia university. and lain ham and J'idi!, from the senate: Talbott, Swisher and .1 arrett, from the house, "tre named as the committee. The finance committee of the house heard *rguiuents on the bill to tax oil pro duction one cent per barrel and gas one-half cent per thousand feet. It i* announce d that the entire Wheel tne delegation is favorable to the Jai'i^ltlin license bill, the most im port ant loc;il measure before the leg islature. A strong lobby is here to oppose it, and the delegation has b«*tn understood to l»e divided here tofore, but has at last been solidified in its support, and it is thought its passage is certain. \ bill providing for do slate senators, instead of *20 as bot\. and M» members of the house, instead of 71, uus introduced in l>oth louses of i he legislature. It is the republican caucus measure, and iu the senate was passed to a second leading under suspension of the rules. | he senate* bill raising the tax on corporations and joint stock companies is set for special order iu the senate Wednesdav morning at jt' o plopIc. * luuleston. Jon. JO. The house of delegates pussid tin* Duughlin licpiist1 w Itic-li (tractic*ally puts into effect • ii Ohio and Kandolph counties the brooks law. I here was a warm light, m,r it, all the democrats Imt one ttnd a nntnImm* of republicans voting a^amst it. kite house also passed Hie Smith kill to allow the cit\ of Wheeling to inrnish gas and electric power to consumers. The republican caucus hill to redistrict the state into congressional districts was in troduced in hot It houses and ad vanced to its second reading. 'J'lte l irst and Second districts us carved L out h_\ tlo* new hill beat* evidence I ot the touch of the gerrymander, | hut tin* other three are close, com pact and generally satisfactory. ^ xewton Moore, an insurance agent, was shot at il nut ington by J.on Thompson. Moore called at i he I hottipsoti home through mistake, lie inquired for a certain young woman, when Thompson stepped info t lie hall, picked op a revolver and opened tire. Moore may recover. ( ai l 1.idler. Mrs. Ahe Kdwards and Mis. ( at hcriiic Koch, of Wheeling, have each received .>12,Mid from an estate left b\ a relative in (Jermany. All the recipients were poor. .1. Wesley Ueutty, who was sen tenced to he hanged February 15 for . the murder of David \. Vine in Pres ton county in November last, was granted a reprieve until April 1.1, pending a petition for commutation. Mrs. Mnehcl Cunningham died at her home above Mouongah aged los years. She was bom February 8, and saw three centuries. I ay lor and Wilson, 1 he prisoners who broke jail at. Pomeroy, were captured at Flat Mock by Marshal Arnold, and taken hack to the Pom eroy .jail. I’hey are sentenced to the pen for two years each. Peter Short i/.e. administrator of fie- ii-tute of KoloM't Dolton, sued flu Wheeling Mailuay Co. for dam age-; in the sum of *|o.nt»(). Doll on was a telephone lineman, and was laugltt bv a loose wire that had fsill t n upon a trolley wire of the Wheel ing loinpat.y and was slowly roast ed to death. MPTlin Dovvrn was jailed at Pa r K* : luirg Oil the charge of brutally heating his mother. Mrs. Kli/ahelh Dowiii. while intoxicated. The latter, who is ((iiitc old. a widow and almost I sMid. is in a erit tea | eondit ion. Voiiug Itoweit, it is claimed, used a knife freely and his fists and feet as well. It is charged that this is the seventh or eighth time that the prisoner lists timilurlv assaulted the siged woman. \t Montgomery Judge Dunhsir. of the criminal court, arraigned Tom Sion lie. Tom P< rhius. Dent \ndcrsnn, John flood. A.aron Dlsiek. Willie Coop er, Fetie Db.iir stnd Wilbur Stokes, all colored, lor complicity in the. Chri trtssis riol on Doup creek. They received sentence ranging from five to three years, with the exception of < ood and ltlack, who were dis charged. ^_VTI'C Suite llorl icultursil society jo the St ite Sheep breeders* si-k»> » union held sessions at C harleston. Krlnriifil Without KlnliHnir, Ihiiin. Feb. 1 — A dispatch from Field Marshal ( mint N on Wahlcrsee dated IvUii, .lantuirv M. says: “llolTnmii** :hm1 Auer's colinnnR have re m med without lighting. ns flu* rob ber bn lifts had excellent nmircrs of in form.H ioli and hciv warned of the approach of the (Irrnuiis, llrmiiv*,il (<• I lie Kliilr Prl«on, Trenton, V. •!.. Feb. 2, McAlister, f'iimpbell. IValli nml Kerr. I Ik* mnr <1 r re is of .'riinic I loss* hicter nt Pat erson. werr ri fitovcil In t|»»* state prison to M'l'vc their terms. SOLID FACTS. Coni fetches ~s. a ton in China, and £ i; n ton in South Africa. Srvrrn tur nel pumps can rai*e 150, OfKi gallons of water an hour. Fourteen thousand aynlera go to a ton. (irrat Hrilain eats i>00 tons ,t yrn r. The average depth of the Atlantic ia J4.000 feet; of the Pacific, 15,000 feet. Thirty t hcmsnmA people in the I’nited States muhA their living from tin growing *ilk iucqlutrjr. I Laylas far Him. Oo» of the clerks employed at the Kead lB| Ituii.ijsl, «lii it something ol a prao tica. joker, had the tab.e* lumeu on hmi j the other day by i shrewd Di*«»6oy. Know U'-*' that two aiteruoon newspapers had re cent’y suspended publication. it has been i his « us to hi upon eo\iug his othce in the evening tv call a newsboy and >av: “Here’s a nickel. Keep the change and give me a | t a,., quick. ’ He thought it great tun to see the eager hands clutch ineffectually for the ni<‘kH, and th**u to cote tht* disip|K>inted ex pressiou of the youngster’s face. Hut he ■ *,it once too often. He greeted a hov at iweltth und Market streets on Wednesday evening with his usual witticism, and. much to his astonishment, the little fellow shoved I a < ail ir.to his hands and grubt>ed the coin 1 liefore t he astonished clerk knew what was I up. then there was nothing for the joker I to 1.0 but take his medicine. “I’ve been a- | .ayin ter dat guy,” remarked the boy. “He wanted ( all. an he got it. l)at paper was | six moot s old. —Philadelphia Record. There is more Catarrh iu this section ot the country than all other diseases put to- i get her, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors prououuced it a local disease, i anil prescribed local remedies, and bv con- ! siantly tailing to cure with local treatment, j pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. llaL s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. .1. C heney «k Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only r-oiistitulional cure on the market. It is taken internally in do~es from 111 drops to a I teaspoonful. It acts directly oil the blood i a*r ,11UCoUS surfaces of the system. They otter one hundred dollars for any case it tails to cuit*. Send tor circulars and testi monials. Address F. J. Cheney <1, Co., To ledo, (). Sold by Druggists, 75c. i Hall’s Family Pills are the best. 1 in iii tint- from K III n h pi n *. “Oh, niv, giggled the lani\ ol Uncertain Age, “1 am so afraid to go on the streets alone, now that the kidnapers are so bold.” “>< u needn’t worry. They only steal peo J>.e in the;r first childhood.’’ was the icas Mirmg statement of the Bald Party with the Ingrowing Sneer on his luce.—Baltimore American. — — I’rogrrn In Medicine. Meditvi 1 science crows apace w ith civiliza tion and among the leading remedies, one that combines all the results of scientific study up to the present time and is put up in convenient and economical torm, easy to akc, easy to carry, is the famous t’asc irets. Five \ ears ago marked the time of the sale ol ' he first Last year the sale reached the enormous total of over six million boxes. In this hustling, every day. busy life of ours people need just this kind of a medicine to stimulate their bowels and keep them reg ular. ^ l ascarets act on the liver just enough to help nature without causing that awful mck, weakening feeling that usually follows '.lie taking of Calomel and violent purges. Headers who have never tested the merits of < as carets should give them a good trial. --A— HI" Most I Meful Hook. 1'irst Passenger—Wlial book has helped 3*ou most hi life? Sj-eond Passenger—The city directory. “ The city directory?” “Yes; I'm a bill collector.”—Syracuse iler* aid. A Drniatiil from l-'rnncc. When Mr. Herbert Nash was the United States Vice-Consul at Nice in France, he wrote: 1 Please to send me some of your Lotion for a friend, who finds great relief in its application for weak eves.” This is one of many demands for Palmer’s Lotion, the wonderful healer, which is always glad ly recommended by the million-* who have ti-ed it and whom it has never failed to cure. Palmer - Lotion Soap possesses all the me dicinal properties of th«- Lotion and may sometimes be n>e«] in its stead. If your druggist don’t have them, send to Solon Pa; in* r. :t"» Pearl Street. New York, fori sainp.e of I’a.nu-r s Lotion and Lotion Soap. ■ ■»<£—■ A 1>Im 11 notion. M lien a man is bilious he admits it, and tak* - pills; but a woman h.-gins t*. talk about life being a struggle and the wretchedness of her environment.—Atchi'on Cilobe. Tin- Spirit of the IlriiK Cures disease. Ifoxsie’s Croup Cure pos sc'-is this subtle power for tlie cur** and j prevention <>f Croup, Pneumonia, |)iph- i thci a and Bronchitis. S >!d by druggl-t.-- or mailed postpaid on receipt of .p>0 cents. A. ! P. Hoxsie, Buffalo, X. Y. Mr. Cal agher- “Rumors fly. don’t they, • Miitu Flaonigao! Mrs. Klannigan "In dade they do: awnly tlijs week wan left me ! widout j- his rmt.”- Ohio State .Jour- i nal. To t ore a Cold In One I>n> I ’ > Lixat.ve Uromo tjuinine Tablets. \ 1] u i" ij'rist s refnml money if it fails to cure. ‘Joe. i Tin : .11 A II K ETS, Cincinnati. Keh. CAT I LK Common Kxtra butehers .... 4 CALVKS Kxtra .... liOt iS ( lioi<*«• paekers 5 Mixed paekers. S1IKKP Kxtra . 4 Jj.M1il.S- Kxtra . KI.OI K Spring* pat., 3 ^ H I:A I \o. 2 red.. . t OKS No. 2 mixed. . OATS No. 2 mixed.. KYIv No. 2 . IIAY- J’est timothy.. POKK— Family . HA 1(1) Steam . 1*1 rIKK t'h. dairy.. < Imiee creamery... . A PPLKS Ch. to fancy 2 1*0 I A J'OKS Per hrl . 1 TOK At TO New .12 Old . 3 f'hlenao. PI.OPK Win. patent. 3 W I* KAT No. 2 red. . No. :i spring. COHN No. 2 .. OATS No. 2 . KYK . POKK .Mens.n I*AKI) Steam . 7 New 1 nrk. KT.orn Win. patent. WIIKAT No. :* red... ( OK N No. 2 mixed . . OATS No. 2 mixed.. KYK . POKK Family .1.** LAUD Steam . ftn 11 i more. Will:AT No. 2 red.. Sonthern ... . COKiS No. 2 mixed.. OATS No. 2 mixed.. CATTLK- Butchers .. t IlOOS Western . I.oUI« x 111 r*. FLOCK Win. patent. 4 WII KAT— No. 2 red... COK.N Mixed (new).. OATS Mixed . POKK >*>** . LAUD Steam . I ml In mi pot i< W If KAT—No. 2 red.. CORN — No. 2 mixed.. OATS—No. 2 mixed.. 05 40 00 <;o fu y.i Co 2 (ft, 4 (a 7 Co 5 fa (a 4 fa) 4 (o) (a) 27* \fa> fa fa 14 (a I I fa 7 fa fa .*,0 (a. 3 0.i fa I 25 fa t :i (a 1 I (d 4 (w (ft fa (a 12 (ft 7 (d (ft <ik uu 00 (u 3 . a fa (a (a 21" \ fa 5 1 fa 7-*» fa 13 (a 7 40 05 Oi 4 fa fa (a (a 00 fa l.*l (a 7 ~’>%(a ‘ 0 fa. 42:/n(a 2S fu 7 0 (cC SO fu :»o 40 65 35* 70 •'7 / j 56 (til 50 20 13 00 50 SO 76 71 37 '/# 00 "1 47 30 60 76./a 42'/, 2h'/a 10 1*0 70 77 40 ya 2HVm 50 9% 3S 20 Tfce P»wt of tli* Prtu !■ • common ri^rmioo, but Itw realiss Mb actual power. Ur*»i i» is the influence of the prm, it uiiloI Uitm to equal the pow er oi Ho*tetters Stomach Hitter* oierdi* eu*e. Hie B.iters strengthens the stomach, purities the blood, and cures dyspepsia, in ilife*tion aud constipation. It w ill tone up the nerve*, stimulate inactive kidneys, ana a* an appetizer, it is unequalled. If you want to net well and keep wdl, Use Uostet* ter's Stomach Hitters. Judge—Now. mv boy. you are an vour oath. Do y«>u understand what tiwit means? Wil«e« Why—er—I don't jest—et^ reckon—** • “Do you know what you are expected to tell ?“ “Oh. ye«: the lawyer that hired me wrote it all down s0 that 1 reu’d learn it by heart.” —Philadelphia Press. — Kited Career find Character of Abraham Lincoln. An address 1>\' Joseph Choatf. Ambai s.idor to < treat Hrituin. on tin* career anil character of Abraham Lincoln- his early life—his early »truggles with the world— hi* character u« developed in the later \ears of his life and h;s ailmiimtr.ition, which placed his name so high on the world’s roll of honor and fame. h..s l*en published bv the Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway and may be had b\ -ending si\ <t>i cents in postage to K .\. Miller, < n i.» ral Passenger Agi nt, Chicago, IU. ■tlwaj > in n k i> (. if ■ young man goes .r.io u jewelry store to took at ladie< rings, the worst gossip m town is sure to step m und catch hun at it.— Atchison (iiobc. * — ■ ■•»«>•■ The lint I’rcacrtptlnn for Chill* (i h e\ er i< a bottle ot I trove's Tasteless ( hiL I onic. Ft i» siinp \ iron and miinine in a tasteless form. No cun mi piy. Price, flOc. ———•■vs)*** “Poverty’s no crime,” said Job’s comfort er. 'Maybe not.” replied the poor man, “but it seem# to be punishable l.y hard la bor for life.”—Philadelphia Record. I iso s (hire i« the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and iiings. \\ m. (). Kndsley, \ anburcti, lml., bob. 10, 11HK). Some young men seem to be surprised that everybody doesn t Stop dancing when they enter the ballroom. Somerville Jour nal. The < Irlp of Pneumon.a may be warded off ^ th^Hale « Honey of Horehound and Tar. I*ike a iootliache Drops ( ure m otn? minute. The woman who is in tin* habit of telling her troubles makes more calls tlutn site re ceives.—Town Topics. -■•-'•V*. All poods are alike to l’i tv e.i I'voki t»< l*vt>. as tliev color all fibers at one boiling. Solti by a.I druggist*. — ••<>>♦.——— Farsightedness is largo’*. a matter of ( fire ful plunuing. t'hieago Daily N w». I in •- Sam its. s the |*» „t uf <>t * t vthinc. LncU- Sam uses Farter's li.h. II. kn..v\>. -- \\ hen a fno! opens In* n < nth you . ;in see r^ht through him. t’hieago Daily News. ■ All the Kentucky belies chew K.smctlum. ilu-V .ike it. -- Taking it year in and year out, the easiest way to get money is to cat n it.— I'uc k. 30 FEET OF BOWELS ® AMMrXTART t'A\AV«. 1. Loirtr •nil of *?■*»•'>'" tbwfood froul theihn at to the -toumvl.. » V ardlac cntt of ttoroac h, pyloric «ni| t,t »,iau »*»^*>**»r. i«.<»,„an!«*«,» 7 tiwumi * 'ormlform npi^iuiU. * Aicoii.ln,,: colon 10 Tranaren* colon, n |h<«i>iiillii|r colon: It Mciiiolil tit-x ^ AUTr Th‘* •» continuous with SSjLiVJfii1 Thc *Z”al* tatootlno rraptle* Into (U»t> in^Ti' *??*"* •* th® <*«"»’uni Tlu arrow ■ Indicate the ulrtK’tlon which tt.« content* of the towel* must take In ‘“If through tint nllnicntnri canal. fw c'cf ^ in your insides and must be kept clean* in ordtr and doing; business. a 1°°? W*Y> with many turns and pitfalls to catch tne refuse ana clop; the channel if not most carefully cleaned out every day. ._yp**? thj* lon8: canal is blockaded* look out for trouble—furred tongue, bad breath, belching of rases, yellow spots, pimples and boils, headaches, spitting; up of rood after eating;—an all-around disgusting nuisance* Violent calomel purges or griping salts a*e dan gerous to use for cleaning out the bcwels• They force out the obstruction by causing violent spasms of the bowels, but they leave the intestines 'foeak and even less able to keep up regular movements than before, and make a larger dose necessary next time. people Then you have the pill habit, which kills more than the morphine and whiskey habits combined. The only safe, gentle but certain bowel cleansers arc sweet, fragrant CASCARETS, because they don't force out the foccal matter with violence, but act as a tonic on the whole 30 feet of bowel wall, strengthen the muscles and restore healthy, natural action. Buy and try them! (.Look out tor imitations and substitutes or you can't get results. Cascarcts are never sold in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the long-tailed 44 C” on the box.) You will find that in an entirely natural way your bowels will be promptly and permanently 11® I I NEVER SOLD IN BULK. i - ■IIHr" ,ou,, “'w'» *»a«l brralb, bud blood, wind (JcJIBIZ. H" ‘iV’ Mooted b.„v,|N f„ui . i mouth,L headache, li. Uxwtton, i»initile*. un!|ldlmdn«iSU,Vi,| lVeF trouble, »<illoiv eoltiplc X loi: ulz/.liii NN. U lion four iuuvi'b don't mo\ < reyci lurly >’<>11 ure uetciii" fclek. <'onnttp'.itloii |<in-. more people than all otfcor d|M-.t».-» lo-Vll.' r Vt U u chronic ailment. and l«».. r jean. oi •udtrlUK (lint come ufterwurcU. No mutter u iiul y,,u' *»«rl taking CAW AUt rs to-day, tor "»*. 'will never got well nnd bo wcl • all the time until rJtfl,,# ’ruk<' «ur udvlee; etarl IV* *tik-flay, tinder an ub»olulot£iiu« auteo to euro or money ret utided. * Ivx yrnri mill or i AWAR. TOt VUKi Fl the (tint Ini I~l"d uni told. Kntv II la over nix million bevo i« ... ... yyai'i eiwatiip itmn n< Minltrir i‘ii (..i Ini In (lie w iirlii. I bln m iuikjI' of me.-It, find om* |>e*t to«fImnnlnl. We liuve fnll.’i anil will tell I VM'lUr.TN otiaolulely uiinriinlrcd l<> cure *>r mo,i"V n ('muled. Unliny IihIhj', liiu^C.ohoxm, five llirmn loir, noneat tr.nl, u« peenluiple illrcpllnnn, n.id If you «re n«»( mil ii«3> <1, utterti«ln;t one . »Oe In i, return the ntiuw il *>ee •>«>s un«l Mir empty ho* (<> in by mull, nr (lie il'-n-flvl I'rorxi whom j mi iiiiii'kiiiril II, titul uet your money bark f>»r l.o. h Imiv'k. T»V o *>nr ud vice no mutter wlint nil*.von aturtto* ‘"•y- Iieollh will <|Olekl> rnllniv imil von will lilen* I In-<ln v von float nlnrlnl I he ii.erll'AMA II F.’Vfi. Hook free by 'noil. Audm>»i hlEULI.NU KLHLDY C0M .NEW VOlili ur I'CK.AGO. It doesn't pay to hr obstinate. Neither is it wise to at tempt to take all the advice offered.- Washington l'ost. DROPSY NMV IHM OVKKY; p«v***s — — - « — quickrellafandcun w..> i Puok Of t«-ilin<iiiia|Miii(j |<» d,,,,* tn tiliu. nl l*r II II liKktN'8 BONK, llox H, Atlanta tin. A. N Win:\ uicui :■ -_l . K.-K 1)~ wiiTiMi to AuvERTiar.vt • llutt you taw I ho AilvriUa* II till* UllLil'r. WHEN WRINKLES COME. Departing HEALTH and BEAUTY Called Back by Dr*. Greenes Nervura OUR mirror will tell you the bitter troth. Healthy women look younger than their age, but you look far too old for your years. . . T'mc dca,s lightly with the woman in good health, but the wasting comp'cxlon Cit°CSS ^ dlscasc sparcs nc,:hcr your youthful looks, beauty, nor . .IhC, Cr(kcator,|,as endowed every woman with beauty, and every woman In good health Is beautiful and comely to look upon. A clear, fresh, wholesome look is ?hc result of the possession of good health, and no woman can be beautiful and attractive without good health. The dull, dead, gnawi.ig pain, the sense of nervousness, weakness, oppression, and discouragement, the tired, listless, languid feeling, the shooting pains, the aching head, the pain in the back, all these arc symptoms of a disordered system, and all these arc beauty-killers, producers of dull leaden complexions, unnatural flushings, dark circles under DR. GREENE'S NERVURA Makes Health and Happiness the eyes, humors, eruptions, blackheads, lustreless eyes, and other disfigurements which divest women of their natural gift of beauty. Why be homely when you can be beautiful and attractive? Get good health and With it thnv ana Btiriknr.c nil..., _ and fascinate. It is Ur. Greene's Nervura and perfect health. within yoor power to do so for it withi- ~ f anu 11 inosc ,00KS and attributes which attract, please, l. SreTer WKCroos ncrvl n^" "f,7 TT P:"'cr .'° bf "c" and and heuee look her best, if ,he will use P c, rich blood, a dear complexion, and thus restore the energies and vitality of soind and ^ 'I?*5 *° CVCTy *0B,an- and H bchooves womcn t0 '«torc and ■utatftln their health by taking that greatest and best of all health restoratives, Dr. Greene s Ner.ura blood and nerve remedy. It will build up the health, cicansc and pari y the complexion, restore brilliancy to the eye, make rich, red blood and strong, steady, and vigorous nerves. Dr. Greene’s Nervnra will make you look and feel young and restore your energies, vivacity, and enjoyment of life. MRS. KATE AUSTIN, 40 Jenny Lind Ave., Somerville, Maun., say a: _,^*“1 a Paln rny **ide tor seventeen yi-am. I also suff^nd m(»h kil• r Hnt »** tt« awful luadacbe, and I had not r. bit of appetite. I cried with pain from womb trouble, and w»i* P*1* oh a ghost I waa terribly nervoua I <-ould not ste p for n Ion* time, and had rheumatijmi in my nhoulder and arm I BUf f^d everything; nobody but God known how I Buffered I weighed )28 pounds A friend recommended J)r. (ireenea >ervura blood und nerve remedy, and I commenced to Ill Health Destroys Beauty and Happiness* DR* OREENE'S MERVURA Makes You Well and Restores Your Good Looks* w* i** it. 1 wa so weak and run down tb«t the tlrrt bottle did not do me much good, but I kept on ami the wrond bottle did me good and I le*pjan to gain. After taking the Jfervura I never had a pain in my Riile. n<»r any headache, end I nh.-ep well and neve a good apjK-tite. I '’on’t believe there is any medicine In fh« world ro good a* Dr. 0. .^iios Servura. It did me good right off snd I have bed no ictnm of mtr trouble l hft'l leucornKra, bnt nine* taking Nermra that haa diKHppean-d. I f«*l «lroi»ir, and !a*t mmrn«,r toua nhl« t»> do the work for fonrtosn in n family and I w»|gh IfiS pound*. I wm no weak before, noliodv know* how I work.*!, I ait I had to work for my children l *nt two brdtlra of Norvnra to my brother in Nova Hectia, and it owl him lota of good. I recommend Dr Oncue'i Nervura to every one.” Womca have absolute confidence in Dr. Greene's Nervura, more so than in any other remedy, be cause it is pnrely vegetable and a famous regular physician prepares it, which is a guarantee that it is perfectly adapted to care. As an additional assur ancc of care, Dr. Greene, 36 W. 14th St., New York City, gives yon the privilege of consulting him with out charge or cost, either by calling or writing about your case.