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I lift Gereclo Advance.
T. T. Mi DOUGAL, JCIMTOK AM) PKOPKIKTOK. W<mIHwday, Warcli, G, 11HH. The Advaxck extends its beat wishes to Governor A. B. White. If he succeeds ns well as the Chief Executive of this splendid State as he has in other positions of honor •ml trust, he will have won laurels for himself and the people of West Virginia will be proud of him. Tftk Charleston Gazette has changed from a morning to an evening paper and The Daily B;g Saudian, published at Williamson, Jio*.v first greets its readers at the dawn of day instead of just before the evening twilight, as heretofore. It’s only a difference of opinion as to which better suits the general vender. Judge Reece Blizzard has been appointed District Attorney for West Virginia to succeed Jos. Gaiues. After July 1st he will be appointed to the same otlice in the uortbern District and sorn^ good Republican will be made ■ happy by being appointed U. S. Attorney for the southern West Virginia District. Shot and Robbad. Harney Bateman was shot, the ball shattering his leg near the knee, <!ast Friday by Thomas Hardin, at Gray. After having disabled Hate man, Hardin and Edwin Murphy (his parti er in crime), cut their victim’s shirt open and took hi* n,-oaey, amounting to The < esp.*radoes escaped to Kentucky. Norfolk & Western Earninus. The following statement ofenro .ngs of the Norfolk it Western Raii way Company has been issued : For third week of February, #298,135; same week previous year, $205,632; increase $32,503. Total for month to date, *881, 700; same mouth previous >eur, $786,018; increase, $95,652. From July 1, 1900, to latest date, $10,183,667 He Will Feel Like Thirtu Gents, Eh. Here is a man who has just stopped his paper. What a mis erable looking creature he is. He looks as »m»ugh be hud been steal* iLg sleep. How will he know what is going on, now that he has slopped bis paper? lie will bor row his neighbor’s paper. One of the*e days he will break his leg, or b<* a candidate for office, and then the paper will pay nothing about him, that will be treating him just right will it not, little chtldreD?—Eugene Fie!d. Governor White’s Appointments Governor-elect White hns an nounced tue following appoint* rnents: Secret nrv >f State, Hon. Wm, M. O. I>an-on, <harIeston. Adjutant General, Col S. B. Ba <er, Parkersburg. Slate Librarian, S. \V. Starks, ^ 'horleef on. Sfaf#* Bank Commissioner, M A. Kendal), Parkersburg. Pish and Game Warden, Capt L F. Smith, IImton. Janitor, Rev. J. W. Griffith, Point Pleasant. Commissioner of Labor, I. \ Barton, Wheeling. Chief Mine Inspector, J. W. Paul, l>avis. Private Secretary, K. L. Boggs, Charleston. The above appointments took effect Monday. March 4th, at noon. GOVERNOR WHITE’S STAFF. l.ifct of West Viroinia General* and Golonel* Given Out Govenor White has selected the following as his staff officers • 8. B. Baker, Parkersburg, ad u tant general; Morris Horkeimer. Wheeling, commissary general; C 1 D. Elliott, Parkersburg, inspector general; J E. Dana, Charleston, paymaster general; J. M Apple, ton, Salt Sulphur Springs, quar termaster genet*|; N. S. Borlew, Charleston, chief of ordinance, and W. N. Miller, Parkersburg, judge advocate genera). All theee rank 1 at brigadier generals. The following rank as colonels: • K L Somerville, Farmington, as-I siataot quartermaster general;! Colvm H. LiviugHtoue, Elkins, assistant commissary geueral; D. K Abbott, Huntington, assistant quartermaster general am] tbo following aides-de-camp: George A Shiry, Bluefield; Sidney P. I hanbouser, Parkersburg; Thomas (i. Powell, Romney; G. Carl Kunst. Westo.,; W. K. Bodley, Wheeling; W. B. McMecben, I Wheeling, and F Kent Loomis, Parkersburg. Hon. Thomas K. Davis, ot Graf . has been appointed Internal Revenue Collector to succeed Gov ernor A B White A Generous Hearted Harrlsville Girl. Kitcliit* (iarette. A young lady attending church on a recent Sunday sat directly be hind a tall. handsomely dressed stranger, who had a piece of ravel ing hanging over his collar. Being one of those generous hearted, whole Houle<i girl* who grow to be raotberl y i obi ladies, a friend of everybody in town, she tl.ought how glad she would bo if she could do a* much for her father if he should come lo church with a raveling hanging down his back, so, when the an dience arose from prayer she con cluded to pick it off. Carefully rais ing her hand she gave it a little twitch, but there was more of it than she supposed and a foot or two of it appeared. Setting her teeth she gave another pull and about a yard ot that horrid thread hung down his back. 1 his was getting embarrass ing, but being determined she gave yank after yank and discovered that she was unraveling his under shirt. ller embarrassment was so painful that chloroform could not h ive alleviated her suffering nor a pint of powder bidden her blushes, when the gentleman turned with an inquiring look to see what was tickl ing his neck. March Weather. Don’t Comphin about poor health if you won t spend one dollar to secure a full quart of that panacea for all the usual ills— yof|pstoi?'s i5ekr«apari((a Quart Bottles. It has been used for thirty years in the cure of Scrofula, Rheumatism, In elites t ion, Nervo usn ess, Neuralgia, Catarrh, Anemia, Female Troubles, Eruptions, Insomnia, Salt Rheum, and Similar Complaints. Sold by all druggists at one dollar for a full quart bottle. Take no substitute. MADE ONLY BY THE MICHIGAN DRUG C0.f Detroit, Mich. w. M. HliOSS, Ccredo, West Virginia. SYA V\ \]AA\ MS. Kenovn, West. Virginia. CINCINNATI Weekly Gazette. 20-Pttge Newspaper 50 CENTS* A YEAH *y ,n"vr% h"ri^„'^VnowfX^b5 .^°of Tho^nJ.^Tf -tnVntf £l?,n.w IS'HWpTKja:..1.!£ VXl&HB S " £"Sr\ybV"^ be found lo It* column* »t nil time*. The main le»(ur« of the p«J£? £?“ The News of the World. The Freshest and Fairest Market Reporte. The Best Articles for the Farm and Home. Attractive and Useful Reading for Women, Youth and Chil dren. I rustworthy Political News and Comment. Choice, Fascinating Stories By the Best Writers. And MiscellauecuH Matter of General Interest. In abort, THE WKKKI.Y OAZKTTK In * flmt el***, up. to-date gtwniiMr n «... h favorite fnmIly journal for over on* hnndrwl year*. * P p * It linn t,on?r*Ct,V* ‘nduc,,m*,,t* *o •«•**«• f»r IWW*n<l IMI. Han.pl. eople* free on appllo* iiit cornu iribuie to. publishers, cmm. o. By Special Arrangement You can got the Corodo Advance .-.iioinnati weeWoazeuT Both on* jrttr foronlr «l »>. Thl» I* for cub nabacrlption only. oft!«Mb**r‘Pt,',n* Un<**r lhl" e »"*•»»»**'«« ofl*r mu*t be unt through the ADVA NCR Extra Special. VALENTINE Extra Special. Thirty-six inch Woo] Caehmer, 1,500 yards of thin AND NEWGOMB. 150 pieces of A. F. C. Gingham for Spriug, bright, , choice patterns for Waists and Drapes, per yard.. . |Qt SILKS. BLACK AND COLORED. DRESS GOODS THE NEW STYLES FOR 1901. Spring Dress Goods. We show tbe New French Dress Materials for Spring and Summer. Come and Bee the new ideas in Drees Goods; the new color** will prove a revelation to you. Tkicotine—Strictly all wool m Blue, Brown, Castor, Gray, Laven-, der, Old Hone and Pink, for waists' and dresses, special, per yard 50o« Vienna Twills—40 inches wide, all wool, iu twenty different stylep, eppeciallv adapted for street or tailor-made gowns, per yard.. 75c Broadcloth—54 inches wide; these cloths retail tbe world over at $1.25, no better fabric me'*e for a tailor made dress, extr» spe cial for this sale.$1.00 Colored Wash Goods. The prettiest Effects in Import ed Colored VV aHh Good® ar*- shown here for the first time. New Printed Foulard Silks. Thope dainty Silks come more beautiful than ever, including all the new styles such as soft finished Satin Foulards, Imperial twilled Foulards, new Peau de Sole and China Foulards, per yard —1Special .85 CtS. White Goods. We are showing a complete line of Imported German and French Lawns in Dotted aud swell Lace Effects. Dotted Swisaes aud India Linen. Ladies’ Suit Dep’t. Our Advance Sale Offer— Special Discount will prpvail this wool* on all purchases made in Lad'es’ Suits, Si.k and W ool Sep arate Sk irts. . Black Dress Goods. Our stock of Black Goods is now complete for Spring. We were especially fortuuate in seenrtog some rare bargains for this de partment. Pebble Cloth -45 inches wide, made to retail at $1 per yard, ex tra special this sale.JSl Cheviots—52 iuches wide, for separate skirts, never sold for l«es than f 1-25 per yard, this wk. |U| Prunella Cloth—48in. wide; these goods are very desirable tor street dresses, special.$1.25 Table Linens. A visit to our Linen Department will satisfy the most skeptical that our line of Spring Linens far exceeds anything that we have er er brought out before. VftLLENTINE & Huntington, NEWCOMB West Virginia* THE PEOPLE’S NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER. New York Tri-Weeklu Tribune Hub l-lit' Mon- | tiny, w erineshty i anti Kinl y, In ii> j renht j h fit e, every t>t > i tiny 1> tlly, s V I IIS' I tie latest new n ilu\ .. of issue Mini niver I HU news of i he oiler ih tee. Ii ••oillaiiiku iiiripnr II • I foreI* CMb’e i news u hint an pear- in Til F l*A I l.Y TKIIHTNK o 'lime ilale ii'ro I)'tines; |e amt For els'll ( \ ,rrespr,II<| enee, s|,,,r. sin. Ties Kl'-sfiiot Hall, lone 111 list i a t uns, i I ,i *ii.>r ,n- it tux. 1 1 ml list i in | infor i iiiHitiin, Fashion i Notes \ »• rt«>ii | nr Hi ii 11 e i x a in I • mu reh• it s i v e a ml ri I In h e Fi louieliil i, ,| \f ,r Uet leports. It h it ii I a r sn h • sei i o' ion price, Si .50 per \ e ir We llirnisli it j With t he AH | V A N< K fur f J.IMi j per year. NGW* York W66K1U TriDuns Published n. Thursday, and ki.uwu for neuri> sixty years tit ev **ry part of tin Foiled States as a National Fanitl> Newspaper rtf the hlghesi class, f. r the hunters and villagers It con tains all the most important general newsof TH K DAI LY. TRIIHJNK up to tlie hour of truitiK to pie s, ai Agricultural De partment of the highest order, ha» en t erta 1 nl i u read imr for evert member of the lairiliy, old hi d you iik. Market Reports wlvch pre accept* (| as a. - timrity by larni. s and country tne - chants, a d is clean, un to-dale, intereNilm; atm itisi rtictive. lie g ti 1 a r sub scription price, ill (Hi per vent. W <• fm niah m Wl It file All VANCE f..r *1.26 Send all orders I . I In* \ l»VA\(JE, Orcdo M. Va. Tlie i Geredo i Advance. #1.00 |icr Y<*nr, in Atl ^anco. $50,000 F°r Newest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November < 1901, Will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer, as follows * For Nearest Correct Guess.. For Seoond Nearest Correct Guess,.. . oiCC? Third Fourth Fifth S. xth Seventh Next 20 “ IOO " 200 " 1,000 " 3,000 3,000 it •• j ,600 11 a 1,000 11 a .••••••••••••••••••.»«,,, 600 •1 n ... 400 •too 26 ** ••.. 10 •• ••!!!!!!. 6 •• •• . 0,000 6,000 10,000 16,300 A total of4,387 prises, amounting to. $60 000 In case of tie guesses, prize equally divided. Contest closes November 5, 1901. The Total Vote of Ohio in JSi . 706,631 1806 was }g®3 ^ . 836,604 1808 « . 776,810 1809 •• Guess what it will be in 1901. 1,020,107 864,022 703,160 020,872 1,040,121 $6,000. An additional prize of $6,000 for any person making an exactly correct guess. If there be more than one exactly correct guess the *6 equally divided among them. 7 g ' ' *6’°°° to ** The Conditions are: $1.00 for a year’s subscription to the Week!* entitlei* »uoh subscriber to on » sums ” Weekly Un F^lysubscriptlons sec ires ten guesses §10.00 for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses. No commissions or extra guesses. For further particulars see Week!* Enquirer. Send all order, to ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cinci^ o! STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS ARC GUARANTEED TO BC SAFE, DURABLE AND ACCURATE. THE FAVORITE RIFLE is an accurate rifle and puts every shot where you hold it. \\ eight 11 pounds. Made in throe calibers—.:*> .d", and Kim Fire. ’ price : No. 17, Plain Sights, . $6.00 No. 18, Target Sights, . . 8.50 Where these rifles are not carried in stock by dealers we will send, express prepaid on receipt of price. Send stamp for catalog describing complete line and containing valuable information to shooters. The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. P. 0. Bo. ,-v< CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS. IKE GEM SALOON JOS. HELSTERN, Rrop’r. FINK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I ho oldest Saloon in Huntington. 9’>0 Ihird Avenue, HI X PINGTON, - WEST VA. **-Wayne county visitor* cordially invited. If you want to buy a splendid new Sewing Ma chine for one- * half the price asked by agents call at this of fice. IH. KILGORE. UNDERTPAEEir A HO emhalmkr, wood and CLOTH COTbSS burial cases and caskets. or Hl1 SlMtt, III Stock. KEAKSE Subject to order. Stock kept id building on ^ n jf B„,lnd Kaat Th,rd «*«»•*. Ceredo, W. Va. r°Pre"«nted by I. V. IlIVlITi All orders promptly attended to.