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fourth PAGE. Want-«}-Girl for Housework. \Va:.>.i Harness Makers. t n) —B. & O. Railroad. For Sale Rolf & Zane. F.-r Rent—Cottage. Wanted Sa: -man. Want d-Gla.«s Decorators. War.; d—Girl for Housework. Wanted—Agi nts. List of Unclaimed Letters. FIFTH PAGE. • r Very Little— J H. Lo ke Shoe Oo. S; ks ami Dress Goods—Geo. M. »nook & Co. , . Saturday Bargain-—The Leader. EIGHTH PAGE. Special Saturday Sal—-Stone & Thomas. K : Glover—Geo. E. Stile *- °__ 33%r]im; Jle$ta4*fc lHAkLIr H. I UN. Y. b-n.ral Itoa**. The REGISTER, embracing its several J editions, is entered at the Postofflce in Wheeling. V.'. Va.. as second-class matter. | Only the poor nations go to war. The j rich ones an omplisn their ends differ- j entlv. Dingley would like to retire the green- I backs by locking them up in the Treas- j ury. The country would like to retire j Dingley by locking him up at home. ^ Three of the most popular students of Wellesley College have been expelled for drinking champagne, whisky and j beer and smoking cigarettes. The hus- j sies! John Bull, the head devil of the gold conspiracy, is now rioting in financial prosperity and all the rest of the world, j which has been deluded into strik.ng down silver as a money metal, is con- , iributing thereto and guttering therefor. ! -o Can it be that MeKinW eoiu-cdiuie* “throwing down” any of our great m^n hereabouts? Verily, in thooo days when there is so much sweetness courtesy and evasion at the White House no man i an be sure of an oltice until h<. has h s commission in his pocket. -—o-— The woman who drowneJ h^rseF in a New York reservoir the other nig.nt said that her third husband woe her affections through a poem written by him as follows: S<>. ta!i .t:.<i fair, mv sweet love- stood, Aad h»id in close in h» r round arms, A ' I ki.-.-' i tny month » h h- r warm ups. An 1 then the poor soul drowned her self. -— o The New York Grand Jury has in dicted Commander Booth-Tucker for maintaining a public nuisance in the shape of his Salvation Army barracks. From evt n this distance it seems that th-' Grand Jury of New \ork might find in the metropolis nuisances better worth suppressing than the Salvation Army. The Colorado woman suffragists are out in a 1 ngthy address in which they take occasion to deny all the horrid mean st< ries that have been told about them in the newspapers. They say ’taint so that they have hair pulling matches in their conventions or want ta join the miiitia and so forth. They declare that things are just lovely un- j <l> r their regime and that many reforms 1 have I een instituted and more are un- j der way. It is pleasing to know that the ladies cut ;n the Centennial State are pleased with themselves. -O Spoilsman Matt Quay proposes to try a shot at the civil service reform law by offering an amendment to the sundry j civil bill providing for the removal of special Indian agents, deputy collectors of internal revenue store-keepers, gang- ! ers and examining surgeons in the pen- j sir a office from the classified service, j We have no use for Matt Quay's political methods in general, but we wish him w ell in this bold effort to make a breach in the reform farce: for farce it is. pure and simple. It needs but one or two such entering wedges to split the whole thing wide open. -o A CilABUlMi UK-'OKT The attention of Wheeling people and of West Virginians in general is in vited to the sketch of the varied at tractions and health-giving waters or the Addison Springs, in Webbicr county, this State. For much more than a cen tury these Springs have been noted for their curative properties, and long be fore the building of railroads into that section many seekers after rest and health made the long and tedious jour ney to Addison to drink the waters and find rest and renewed strength and vigor among the mountains and valleys of that neighborhood. Now the iron horse has penetrated the wilds, and a splendid modern hotel has been erected in the little town, af fording the visitor all the conveniences to be found in the city, and there is now go reason why Wheeling and West Vir peopl should travel to other gui s in the quest for all that can LM found so near at home. Wheeling peo ple can leave home in the morning and drink the waters at Addison the same evening, and there should be a large number of guests at the new hotel the coming summer season. M'KINI KY AM> ( I HA. #* Is astonishing how much informa tion the President requires regarding tTalrs in Cuba before he can take any 4ftion looking to a relief of even the rf* created Americans in that oppressed island. Spanish outrages in Cuba have been the subject of common talk in this coun try for many months, based on the most reliable and direct information. Every body, it appears, knows all about it but tb' President, who is still ‘•gathering Information" on the subject. Ail the information necessary he *right have gotten from Consul General Fitzhugh Lee long ago and more fully end exactly than any other man could have given it; but McKinley preferred go scud his own representative to the j - -•— island to to over the ground already traveled and re-traveled by Mr. Lee. who has lived upon the ground and who was ready and willing to furnish Mr. Mc Kinley with all the information in detail he might desire as to the exact situation cf affairs there. Why has McKinley adopted this course? Evidently with the object of delay. McKinley is timid. He doesn t know just where he is “at, and rathei .ban run the risk of making some pos sible faux pas by taking vigorous ac tion on the side of humanity and right and justice, he clings like a coward to delay in the hope that something may turn up to relieve him of the necessity for action. Meanwhile the outrages in , the island continue and Congress and | the people are growing restive under j the executive inaction. And McKinley continues to “gather j information.” --° ‘ PICTURESQUE AND NOVEL. Fiue Attraction* at the Wheeling Park | Next Week. Next Monday evening the amusement j season at Wheeling Park will he opened by a company of very clever people front the wonderful empire of the east. O'Kabe’s Japanese Imperial Troup. The entertainment will last one solid week anti promises to be the niest novel and | picturesque ever seen at the beautiful resort. The performance begins each evening at 8:13. and the matinees will take place on Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30. The programme will be made up of marvelous exhibitions in juggling, slack wire walking, acrobatic and gym nastic feats. -o DEATH OF MRS. C. ENGLISH. Mrs. Caroline English, wife of the late William English, died at the rest d3n(*e cf Mrs. Metcalf, on Jouiteenth street, yesterday afternoon, of con* j sumption. Deceased had lived on the Island about twenty-five years, and the family is one of the best known in the city. She was the mother of Will En- j glirh and cf Misses Grace. Alice and j Carrie English, all teachers in the pub- : He schools. Two of the daughters are ill at present with typhoid fever. A BOLT PEOPLE. Dally Chronicle of the Movement* of In dividual*. J T. Hodgens. of Portland Station, O.. made another shipment of tine horses to Si.-tersvllle yesterday. i\ A. Gates and wife, of Charleston, are ; visiting friends In the city. Mast, r Mechanic W. W. Layman, of the : Ohio Riv. r shops at Parkersburg, is re- i covering from several weeks’ illness re- | suiting from an attack of apop.exy with , which he was afflicted upon the occasion of a visit to Wheeling. J. J. Monahan, proprietor of the Globe T, t t’ompar.y. yesterday purchased a tract of land on the Ohio side of the river, below West Wheeling. Governor Atkinson arrived in the city | yesterday morning from Morgantown, where he attended the inter-State oratori- j cal contest. The Governor left at noon f yesterday for Charleston. William Campbell, of Charles Town. TV\ Va., was in the city attending the meet- j it g of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar. Edward W. Bonnis. of Chicago, illum inating gas expert, was in the city yester day. -o among the hotels. Tlit? strf*np**r* Who Kpachcd tlio < ity l>»terd iv. St. Charles: A. B. Finnity. Morgan town: John Shenden. Wirt; Arthur Kitsen. Westeu; E. T. Robinson, New ' Martinsville. McLure: G. M. Alexander. Fair mount; R. L. Cunningham. Howell: A. C. Holman. Huntington; A. F. Blacksher. Mannington; S. S. Potter. Sistersville; J. Wheeler. Sis tersville: H. L. Woodward. Parkers burg; Joseph ButcUpr, Parkersburg. Siamm: t. J. Campbell and wife, Sistersville; A. MacFlanegan, New Cumberland. • -o—— D/--> i and Silks at i'CSS UOOcb the prices you want to pay. Read ad. GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. MARTIN'S FERRY. Cnarles Smith, of PKtsburg. Kansas, is expected here to-day to visit his par ent?. Captain and Mrs. H. W. Smith. Bion Williams leaves this morning for Detroit. Mich., to attend the annual convention of the Amalgamated Asso- , ciation oi Iron and Steel Workers. The Otian Ruling of the Fraternal Mystic Circle initiated several candi dates at their meeting last evening. Miss Bert Milligan, of Ml. Pleasant, was the guest of friends here yesterday. John Crider, of Cincinnati, was the guest cf relatives at this place yester day. Mrs. A. A. Oug left last evening for Zanesville, where she was called by the serious illness of a relative. A. W. Tolaace, of Harrisville, is in the city. Charles James. Joseph Hilton and Thomas Edmunds leave Monday for Detroit. Mich., to attend the convention of the Amalgamated Association as delegates from the lodge here. Abraham McLaughlin, an aged gen- ; tleman residing on South Second street, ! died Thursday evening after a linger- - ing illness of typhoid fever. The de- ! ceased was tit? years old and sun it ed by a wife and several children. The funeral will take place this morning from St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made at Mt. Calvary. Turtle soup at Frank Hissoich s to day from 4 to 10 o’clock._^ ■ Acsom^y Pure Celebrated for Us great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of auul teration common to the cheap brands. KOVAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. EWING BROS. __ _ |—VRINK PURE WATER-YOU CAN GET IT FROM THE OHIO RIVER. watV^tor* large famHy*0 /f^youMietd*t^?*pressuri-for' your°'hy drant. or in need of any of the nuinR> tot this er, ca a^_ streetf Elr^INC SROS., • ‘ *_Whaling. \V. V* only six hundred foot distant from the Eagler well, whlrh was a good one. In the Cutler field the Thompson Oil Company has made two more locations, one on the Sawyer and the other on the Murphy farm, being one-half mile south west and one mile west of the Riley pro duction. They will begin drilling at once. The Riley wells are holding up well in production. Latchaw. Craig and Nelson have started another well on the Amos farm at Long Run. Oreen & Co. have a good producer on the Bosworth farm, hack of Newport, which is holding up nicely. ; Men and Boys Crushed to Death Under an Ore Tipple. Several Eadly Injured —Tho Dis aster Occurred at the Ore Mines et Pinkney, Tenn.—The Tipple Was a New Structure and Was Six y Feet Hisrh—At Least Half of the Injured Will Die-Some Narrjw Escapes. — Special to the Register. ELLEN BORO. \V. Va.. May 14.—The Register correspondent visited the C orn wallis oil Held yesterday and found the tie id enjoying a genuine and profitable boom on account of the Fisher < nl com pany’s rich strike on Mrs. India J. Gil bert’s town lot opposite the Baltimore and Ohio railroad depot. The well is making about 3C0 barrels of oil daily and has not been shot, and will not be until there is a falling off #in the production, when a good sihot of nitno-glycerlne will likely again cause an increased production. It is the best well of the Held. Owing to the heavy rains of the last couple of days the little namlet had the appearance of a street in \ cnice ><stt-r day. being flood d by the waters from Hughes river and Bear river, and boats and rafts were in demand. Obstructions floating in tin- flood caused much trouble and men wtav kept busy repairing bro k> n gas and steam lines and saving ma terial from the Hood. At one time all ih drilling wells on the north side of the rail road that used gas were shut down owing to a broken line. Florence, Ala., May 14.—A terrible disaster occurred at . the Pinkney ! (Tenn.) ore mines, thirty miles from here, yesterday anernoon. The new tipple, or ore dump, sixty feet high, fell, killing ten white men and boys outright aud seriously injuring several others. The killed are: Jose Remington, Cal Kilburn, Will Kilburn, Jim Brown, an 11-year-old son of Jim Brown, Cal Harris, Landin Harris, Richard Hard wick, Mat Crow and Jim Crow. 1 he seriously injured are: Bill Sims, George Gamble, Cype Gamble, Alex. O’Dill, Will Kilpatrick. Joe Newton, Donny Brown, two McElmores and Al. Christian. Of the killed. Remington, Cal Kil burn, Brown. Harris and the two Crows leave wives and from one to i five .children. Those who are seriously injured have broken arms and legs and crushed hip bones and internal i.i juries. At least half of those who are injured will die, but their names cannot be ascertained. All of the kilied and wounded were on top of the tipple whe.i it collapsed. Only two escaped without | serious injuries. One young man, seeing hfs danger in time, jumped twenty feet to a tree and received slight scratches, and another jumped to the ground, turning over several times and ' alighting on his feet, only spraining his ankle. The cause of the collapse is unknown. The dump was a new one. and was tested with twenty cars of ore less than a month ago. 'I here was only a small weight on it when it fell. The mines where the disaster occurred belong to .1. Craig McLanahan. Drs. Arnold and Bramlette went to the scene on a spe cial train and cared for the injured. The Fisher oil t ompany * wtu v.m ler &. Gilbert's Waterbury farm, which is about 1.100 feet d ep. was shut off from their coal supply yesterday on account of water and compelled to suspend operations. The Ellenboro Oil Company's well on A. C. Hollins' lot is down 450 feet. Wood yard Brothers are 200 feet deep on the P. Mor.ahan town lot. The. West Oil Company began spudding on Mary McCabe's lot to-day. The Fisher Oil Company's second ven ture on Gilbert's town lots will be ready for spudding by to-morrow, and their No. 2 on the f!V. acre tract across the river is nearing completion. No. 3 will b start *1 at once. Cox. Woodynrd & Peters' Xo. 1. on 'the Rowland land, will be cased with 6U Inch casing to-day at about 1,2*M> feet. Their well on Sigler & Gilbert’s 63 acre tract is ready for the lb inch casing. Ti e Douglass Xo. 2 is 500 feet deep and rigging up has begun on Xo. 3. which should begin spudding to-day or to-mor row. Mobley & Kelly 'have had some bad **;ck in th ir w 11 on George Wells' farm, but it is expected in the tirst of the week. This woll is west of any venture in the field and will be watched with great Interest. Many operators think it too far west to he a producer. Mobley. Kelly & Stiles have a rig up for Xo. 2 on I.izzie Row land's farm, which is on the eastern edge of any uvelopment and will te?t another side of the field. Xaiighton & Holt have the rig completed on the Mathenev land. 1.500 feet southeast frem th? Douglass gusher. Mallory Brothers have secured control of the base on the Baltimore and Ohio thn •• or four acri s of land lo cated in the heart of the field and have mad? rhr.e locations which will he drilled with ail possible speed. One is near the river ju>t opposite tne i>ig Tlie rig is up on the location and drilling would have commenced to-morrow but the rig i.- flooded, only the roof of the engine room Iving visible yesterday. I heir sec ond location is in the bottom just below the Gil rt - 1 and not more than feet from It. The third location is along the riv; r bank oast of the depot and w.r-t of the \V st Oil Company's well on the Mc Cabe lot. A rig is up on M. Griffin's farm on the eastern edge of the town. So far operations about Cornwallis have been confined to a very narrow strip of territory less than half a mile in width, and there seems to be a revival of the craze for drilling on town lots, which usually results disastrously from a finan cial standpoint. Especially was this tin case at Cairo last fall. Wells are being drilled uncomfortably elos together and the result will be that heavy shooting will cause many to b - disappointed. Smith & Ftiden. who are drilling t'h ir w !l at No. 12 tunnel to the Big Injun sand, are shut down at a depth of 1.515 feet awaiting the arrival of coal for fuel. All the machinery Is on the ground for a second venture on Abraham Lucas farm on Bonds, creek, except the boil. r. which will b moved as soon as the high waters recede. The Rock Oil Company's McKinney well is due in to-day. News reached hefa yesterday of thi < 1 ’ • t>-r Oil Company's rich strike on the Thomas Freeland farm, located between Wick and Sancho. The well is in the Lig Injun s-and and reported to be making forty barrels per hour. The Farmers Oil and Gas ( ompan\ arc 2">0 feet deep in their well on W. H. Cun ninghams farm, three miles east of this place. Bettman, Watson & Bernheimer arc feet d,= p in their venture on the Robert Cunningham land on the north folk <>r Hughes river. They will hunt for Gordon sard. The Carter Oil Company. Treat, ('raw ford & Worth and the South Penn Oil Company have a large force of nien at work repairing the county roads Lading from P.nnsboro to the Hebron and Plum run fields and will put them in first class condition at their own expense. These firms are pr. paring to do a vast lot of drilling in this section during the summer. The Carter Oil Company has invested $3,0(0 in stables, supply depots and offic. s at Pennsboro. Teamsters receive five dollar? per day for work in the Cornwallis field. NEW MARYSVILLE BANK. Directors Elected and Officers Chosen Suhslant till Stockholders. Special to the Register. New Martinsville, W. Va., May 14.— The new bank recently incorporated has been organized, the stockholders being among the most substantial busi ness men of the county. The follow ing directors were elected: Samuel it. Martin. Frank W. Clark. William Ank roni. David H. Cox, Charles J. Beck, Joseph W. Lentz, of New Martinsville, and W. B. Smith, of Washington, I). C. The directors organized by electing S. , R. Martin president, Frank W. Clark vice president, J. W. Alderton cashier. • The new institution will he known as , the New Martinsville bank. EX-CONFEDEItATE MEMORIAL DAY. The following explains Itself: WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS. At the meeting held in the City of Charleston on the -Ith day of May. 11,,7. the division of tlie ‘‘United Confederate Veterans” was duly organized, and 1 was elected as its commander. It should be known to every veteran that the Mh day of June was -.-hoe n as the annual Memorial Day throughout this State, unless it should be Sunday, then the 6th day of June shall be the lay ob served. Accordingly on Saturday, the 5th day of June next, at 2 o'clock p. m., the Camps throughout the State, will as semble in memory of our h« role d< id, and repair to the gray s of tie ir fallen com rades and strew these graves with flowers, sweet emblems of affection and a glorified humanity. Gather with you around these graves, the women who loved your dead, that they will join with you in the sacred memorial. jltike this known to the members of your Camp, and together, on that day all over the State, may we, with one accord, remember our dead. Respectfully, COMMANDER. Wheeling. W. Va.. May 14th. 1897. o for doors and windows, screens superior grade of wire. W. A. WILSON & SON. BRIDGEPORT. Last evening the Mite society of ihe Presbyterian church gave a social at the church that wts well attended and patronized. The proceeds of the affair : will bp devoted to church work. James Higgins. Charles McCon naughv and \V. W. Baggs were at St. Clairsville yesterday arranging for the reunion of the Knigh's of Pythias to be given some time next month. The G. A. R. post met last evening and completed their arrangements for memorial services and Decoration day. Miss Clara Forbes is expected home to-day from a visit with friends at Cadiz. , Andrew Pyle, of Aetnaville. who sud denly disappeared a couple of weeks ago, has returned, but his brief ab sence is still a mystery. T L. Lewis was at St. Clairsville yes terday attending the meeting of the Re publican executive committee of the county. , , . May 20 the Men’s Fraternity of the M. E. church have arranged to have Chaplain Lozier, a well-known musi cian. to give a concert at the church. He has gained a high reputation throughout the country for his abili ties and will no doubt have a large audience MARIETTA, O., May 14.—The W il.iam Hune No. 1 of the Ohio nil Company, at Fifteen, has heon tubed and is about a ten barrel producer, in the same locality Hyde, Campbell A- Co. have begun spud ding on th* ir No. 1 Markle. and he Owens Oil Company will drill in their No. 1 Owens to-morrow. Shea and Murphy have begun work on their Berea well near Caldwell, Noble county. The Richardson well of B trnsdall & Co., back of Waverly, is delayed by collapsed casing and will not be drilled in for sev eral days. The well is down l.sno feet. Buckley & Blszantz have drilled in a heavy gass- r on the Powers farm in the Turkey Hen field. The rigs are up for the Henderson OH Company’s well at Coal Run and spud ding will begin this week. At Eagleport. ftp the Muskingum river. Sistersvllle parties have started a well on the McElhinney farm and will go to the Berea. Two other wells in the same neighborhood will be started immediately. Longfellow Bros. & Co., got a dry hole on the Smithson lot at Macksburg. The well showed forty feet of sand and was FiANOS—A. HQUS-. In the Race For Supremacy The best always wins, lhat is why t]i( best judges believe in, buy and send then friends to purchase the Emerson Pianos, The Unbroken Success Of the Emerson for the last forty-five yeaiv is without a parallel. We have a lar-zt stock of late styles we would be prourf j( showr you. We Have Some Fine Bargains In Square and Upright Piano* that have been used and marred in handling. HENRY \V. ETZ, Optician. Thorough examination of the eyes free. < Hasses r recommended when necessary. Exclusive Optical • EXCUANUE HANlv HI I I.I>I N<. Corner Main ami Twelfth Streets, x ioiiil ! 1 DIED. FRANCIS—On Friday. May 1». 1«!»7. at 2 o’clock p. m.. Anna, wife of Peter Fran cis. in her Tilth year. Funeral notice her after. McCORMIClv—On Thursday. May 13i ; ls;i7. at 3:10 o’clock p. m.. at her late rest- | N'o 201 M i • stri • IliIdget, wife of Dillon J. McCormick, ait - d til years. Funtral notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING._ I OUIS BKIIT.SCIIV, -Li (Formerly of Knur & rt->rn«hr > FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND AKTI.KI H. i.MBAI.MISK. lll'J .Main St., I’.unt shin. Cells hr feienhone tuiMwereu day or u,g it. Store telephone. d::5: reodsaee, ot>6. my! 1 pRIEND & SON! Funsral Directors and Emdalmsrs. PkU.MCT ATfcMriDM UAV 0< vj.lf. Tklephone Calls—store ■! >: Alburtilfttm i renidmveel 547. _ I " EXXEDY F. FREW, I\ lirjiuit: u( U. S. Col!e*e oi toibsinln;, FUNERAL DIRECTOR & EMBALMER, With ALEXANDER FREW, 14OK MAIN STKKKT. Telephone 840. ap.lesb WANTED. W VNTF.D—Girl for g in nil housework; no washing. l'"» S. Front street. niyL.il \Y VNTKD—Two tirs• cla>s harness mak V \VM. SCUWliHTFEGER. N;' Main stmt. myl-t nlM w \ \ tki i Girl for g nerai house w irk iat< lv. Must bo good at washing ;tn«i ironing. Rthnnco ruciuir* •!. Ai i j at 112 South Front street._m>lieqda^ "ed _U‘yuls. i \ noon MAN wanted to ~ II to the '*oiin- : tr\- ;l, ,1 retail trad, . with hi- oth- r goods, nfy c.. special if s for fall, on commi - iX M street, Philadelphia. 1 " AGKNTS—Quick men to visit su n s. S !1 machine for printing sign- *» j mi fenc, s hridg. -. ro,-k* ‘ttj tough mi \ i;i • , a Are street l. ine, WJs. | mvirf. 22.24 _ NEW ADVERTISE MEN T - FIRST i'I.ASS private boardii . ; b* = Cality in :■ wri. Apply to 1*. »>. e \ Oakland, Md. myl.'.Sat.T FOR RKXT—Furnished room for li-ht I., i•<- keeping. Addr»-- M RegUt.r < dllce. FOR Rl:VT Two or three pi ■-.n. euiiali far light housekeeping. \ this otlice. my::, FOR RKXT \ in w cottage, fun unfurnhr: ,. 1- •? locality in towi moderate. Apply FKLTV, * *•» 1 1 Md. _ myl.'».Sut,Tu,l. WHITE MOl’N'l AIN ICE CREAM FREEZERS. With celebrated tr pie in oi.ci mid ne<\ proved dualex daalic'. 'till make Iki cream in less time and w itii F «« labor t any other freezer. ITjce u ■ I • i -1»• t common freezer*. Nl>l''. I I >' •’K*> w. d.s 11 I3 1 - Mark t *1 > FOR SALE. I $200 cash buys lot 2f.xl20 on S ,tv.\ street. $2.'i0 buy.® lot aOxlaO on I.Ir.n strec V-d v< dero addition. Farm of thirteen acres at Ft. h ? til ap; $•:•■<» car’ll will handle it, 1 on long time. Money to loan on city r al ■ curliy Lt ■ ix per cent., on short n > ROLF & ZANE. T 3t> Fou MADONNA OF THE SNOW FLAKES And other convent stori<*'. hv ^ 1 Kenna (Charleston, W. V a.) ' white and ?old bin Jin?. $1.00. mail pn re.e pt of pr: •. STANTON’S Are the b »( I e Fiver Fill turner* nav._— WANTED- Emploync nt to attend to hors. s. milk cow.- mid ■ike, worlt .}»>* ,a middle aged man. Address "WORK, this office. m> Hr W ANTED -Hi ard for the summer along the W E Motor Line by a couple with iwo children an. nurse. Address I. »L. | rare I*. O. Cox _ in^Ion i W a.NTED-A position by a young lady as , xji ri 11 d s: nogfaph r: can furnish th. best of nf rencc. Address S.. care this jfflec. _mylierdq WANTED Business man with $700 cash to travel and manage medicine company undt r canvas, manufacturing tlnir own medicines and treating diseases by elec tricity. One-third Interest or llAuO pi r vear salary to right man. Address DUANE. Register. _ _my 12s WANTED-AGKNTS. $20 TO $30 A Week sure to workers. No capital needed. New N w Plan. S< 111 at sight Ev ry famtlv needs it. HOUSEHOLD SI’K- , Cl ALTA' CO., Kox 121, Cincinnati, Ohio. dc2t;Sat.h WANTED—A few good ag nts_ fo take or- I ier^ for portraits, etc. Call 2727 Chapline i ' _; ■ _ FOR SALE-M 5CELLANF0US. ^ ^ , POR SALE— New bicycle: nevrr used; forty dollars. Call McFadden't Store, mylfedh_____ POR SALE. TYPEWRITER. make. office. Webster Spring. The onlv Salt Sulphur \V rcm dv for Catarrh of the S and Kidney Troubles. -THE— New Webster Sp; Will open to the pub WEBSTER SPk.'i^ CD. m \\ flMtrr T 1ST OF LETT LI K maininsr in the posu I' »>hio county. W. V ... • To obtain any of tin ' cant mn-r ..-k for a h i inp date of Hm : LADIES' MSI Arnold. T-il•>»» Dawson. Mis? <». Mn; ' : i ra r I M - « Helnvmon, Mi- L. s- i.i. or. ali**th „ I-• ‘ Jonn on, Mr-. Julia I yr,|‘ Johnson. Mi-• M.t-\\ - -< ri,. Walk, r | M Nellif \\ M ,ry.in. Ml-- Lulu V..PI Morris. Elizabeth Mil.'in McGill. Miss Sarah, it Itul-y Wylie. Mis- Eiz/ GENTLEMEN'S U Alexand r. Dr. Wm. McElr i: irth. t’harl- - N i; lloon*. Dr. E. L. K---d. -i Kd» I. Edward C. ft FVrrlll. J-ini ? Ft-her. G. M. (Jilln-rt. <5. W. Gone. D. If. S -vy Grant. Pet«-r 11 ir-! y. E. V. • S :»'> ii H- ffman, John If. S • Mackey. Joseph F’-' Mills. K. L Myers, M. G. U i. Wheatley. L<a _ M. J. g KA CEAL BRAN I < CHASE & SANBORTS JAVA A1 This 1« th • <‘offe * s -rv.- i a t 1 air. For -ali* In « 1,1 II. I. ID II KI >' V-’IT and iiiM'J " ' iA Handsomo Cornpk? is ora* of the greatest charm^ ■ i -.- -: Court. gi«-- it- _ FOSTORIA GLASS CO. WHEELING STEEL BRIDGE. WHEELING I’OTTERY. WHEELING STEEL & IRON CO. BELLAIRE STEEL CO. PIEDMONT WATERWORKS. HOWARD HAZLETT, STOCKS. BONDS AND INVESTMENTS, Pxoliangi- Bunk Itn.tcliiilg. p ii. quImby, „ 1114 Market Street Dealer in Books. Stationery. Periodicals. NVwsnap'-r?. P.tbles. Hymn Book-. Gospel Hvmr.s Easter Cards very <-> ap. Base Bull Stock, Foot Bulla. Hammocks. WANTED-MEMBERS OF SECRET So cleties to call at West Ya. Printing Co., No. 1~5 ami 1217 M .ruet street, and exam- I ir.e our samples of Secret Society addreaa I no **H a