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EVERYIJODY WILL UK I
Everybody I
?THIS
If they Attend and Partal
which we o:
Read t
2sjpieces Black Silk Warp H
40 pieces 36-inch wide Molu
25 pieces 46-inch wide all
49c, worth 70c.
40 pieces Surah Silk at 25c,
200 pieces Lancaster Gingh
300 pieces best Indigo Blue ;
200 pieces best Light Calii
300 pieces Lawrence LL Mi
500 pieces best Cambrics at
CARPETS!
As an extra inducement t
pet sold (his week for cash,
v the purchaser. Our stock,
the State. Our prices, as u
w V a A -v
* Satisfactio
EACH CAM Or THE COOKS
FULL STRENGTH, FULL '
MERITS AT THE LOWEST
WITH QUALITY.
POOI&iS CjoARTi
SQOiKgl Halves
'COOKS Pounds
Sold by all Croce
M. J. MoPADOKN.
Spring Style
Wehavojustopenedourco
ploto line of the Utost and n
blest Spring Styles In Stllf a
Soft Hats, and can now sh
you better values than over.
Our now styles at$3, equal
any $5 Hat In the city.
Fir e Stiff Hats at $2 40, woi
$3 each.
Flno Stiff Hals at 51 90, woi
S2 50 oach.
Good Stiff Hats at $150. woi
$2 each.
SOFT HATS.
Largest andBestLineintheCi
i ; From 50 Cents to $4 Each,
BOYS' and CHILBREH'S HATS and CA
Complete Assarluicut!
ffl. J. IcFADDEN
?I.EADIXti?
Odo-Pf1c8 Hatter and Famfsher,
1320 and 1322 Market Strei
ran KKAnrontTHEN'mfituKCT.
LADIES' AND GKNTS.* 8HOK9
"SEE THEM !'
We have had consigned to i
by one of the leading makers
MEN'S FINE SHOES,
360 pairs French Calf, Hani
made, Congress and Lace, Ti|
pad and Plain Too. S zos 5
10, width C. D. E. and F. To I
closod out at original cost
production. We will put the
on sale
thursday, march i?
at $4 50.
Those goods wore made foi
St Louis retailor, who falle
and they woro stopped en trai
sit. Thoy are as tine and goc
us can be produced from leat!
or, and at this price, a rare ba
gain, Indood. All light weigh
and late shapes.
ALEXANDER & CC
?SHOE SKI.LEU&?
rotll 1040 Main
Ji ft!
HATS AND CAPS.
N obbiest
SPR,N?
founin's!
38 Twcllth \. % _V,
CLOTHING, ETC.
^yANAMAKER A BROWN.
Hero wo are wltlv ",<'00 Spring Hntnplea
Genu1 Suit* and Uniforms. For variety a
itylowolotd the world. Klta guaranteed. 0;
Uilid saving to the conmnam.
J. W. KERRKL, Agent,
fc2fi Cor. Twentieth and Main 8trooh
KUHSCKl HE FOR
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE
si OO PFR YHAR.
[jUCKV?STOVE & THOMAS.
ffillbe Lucky
WEEK&
<e of the C RE AT BARC A1N S
ffer this week!
'he List!
enrietta Cloth at 99c, worth $1 50.
airs at 19c a yard, value 35c.
wool Black Henrietta Cloth at
worth 50c.
ams at 6}?c, worth 8c.
at 5J/C.
co at 4^c, worth 5c.
islin at 424c, worth 6c.
4c, worth 6c.
; CARPETS!
o early Carpet buyers, every Car5
per cent will be handed back to
you will find, is the largest in
sual, will be lower than the lowest.
' T1**, O
! I iiuiiiao.
the,
#^BMlNG
/|A\yS)POWDER
n Guaranteed.
BAKING POWDER IS GUARANTEED
WEIGHT, AND IS SOLD ON ITS
" POSSIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT
rs, Retail at 5 ctb.
retael at 10 cts.
i, Retail at 20 cts.
rs. Try a Pound Can^
GEO. M. SNOOK # CO.
S New Spring
Dress Goods,
ob- Tho new Dross Goods showr
nd by us for the Spring Seasor
ow have mot with great favor: the
Novelties just added complete
an assortment of Dress Good!
to unequalled In any formei
season.
rth A remarkable selection of La>
dies' Tweed*, Cheviots Scotch
th and Irish Homespuns, Pl&ids
and other Woolens for practl"t"
cal wear.
Many Novelties In French
Fancy Cloths, soft weaves with
spots and patches of Camel's
Hair and other rich effects.
,, In plain materials, such as
ItV Henriettas, Serges,Whipcords,
shado.
Trimmings to match everypq
thing.
WRAPS, JACKETS AND BLAZERS.
Every conceivable sha pa and
shade of both Foreign and Domestic
manufacture. The best
I selling stylos we ever had.
geoT m.
- SNOOK & GO.
L. MEDICAL.
SonNESS'AFTE^PRflCTICEj
2 *'
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>, WwitmSS
, McaossOll
H -^>.40NLYT25,CENTS'^1
ArDrugg i stsI6?D emTers]
, j CCAK^AMERlttif REMEDY CO. 1
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If the lines in this diamond figure do
I not appear rquallv Mack in nil the dif'
foront meridians, It indieatca n defect of
sight thai causes nervous head-ache and
, should lw corrected at once. Eyes teerte<|
I freo.
| Optical Department in chargo of cornpotent
Optican.
I. C. DILLON & CO.,
Wo. 1323 Market Street.
TT'NAMEL PAINTS
=a JGj foi; decorating
iVoodon aritclM. willow ware, picture frame*,
_ bUquo vuki, tutuctts, producing a
IUbd PoutiiKDStmrACs l
I)ry? Quickly I
for For rale at A RT 8TO RE, 1J22 Market St.
a* m* K. L. NICOI.L.
a?* " ^
flje giMtpcnctr.,
Otttcui NuhKAanil ?7 Fourteenth Street.
New AdvertUem?ut*. I
Pablic Library Notice. ]
H upholders' Meeting. ,
CotntnUkiouer's Hair. 1
Opera Houne?Maude Granger. ,
tuuoral Notice? Washington Castlo No. 6, J
K. of O. If. \
Notice-Mrs. N. K Wbluker.
Wanted?liood Salesmen. <
New Dress Uoods-tioe. M. Enook & Co.? !
Fourth Faro. .
K.r .tiale?Kngine and Bollurf. J
KECOTEKINe FKOM A WHIRLWIND 1
OF BUSINESS. J
Now we are readj for /on oncc more. I
So Hleepy Invitation lor patronage.
Justopenod 1,000 pair ol Children'*
Pants ill 15 cents, wortti 25.
1,000 pair Casslmere Pantsat 25 cents,
worili 50cents.
500 Children's Suits at 75 ccnt?,
worth >1 50.
We propose to paint the town red with
bargains In Men's Suit*.
SLINK It ICO Til Kits,
The Reliable Clothiers,
1140 Main Street.
ELEVEN ELEVEN.
Special Kid Ulors Bargains.
UOOpalrsof Kid lllores in Blacks, Tans
and Browns, for 10 cents, well worth
iocents, attlio POPULAR,
1111 Main Street.
ELEVEN ELEVEN.
Special tor To-day and Satnrdaj.
1,000 Ladies' White Aprons, assorted
patterns, lor 12) cents, worth 25 cents,
at the POPULAR,
1111 Main Street.
SPHIMl AM) .SUMMER.
We are la receipt of all tlie newest
noTrtttre in Woolens (or men's wear,
consisting ol Sailings, Pantaloonlngs
I and orercoatlngs, which we are pre.
pared to make up In the best sljloand
" lit ut reasonable prices.. Bnrtlie best
25 cent fast black seamless Half Hone
inailc, at C. HESS & SONS',
1821 and 182J Market Street.
LOC .SWA MACK Eli.?We will open in
a fetr dnjs uMillinery litpartmeut, under
the management of a Ttrj competent
lady from Jew York. l)ue notice
fill ho given ol onr open'ng.
LUIJ SWAIIACKEH.
IF tod cannot soe and need spectacle*
job should call oil ua and hate jour Eyes
tested without charge. He have the
finest iustrumruls ana more experience
than any other Optician in tho State,
and guarantee satisfaction or money refunded.
JACOB W. tiUCUB,
Jeweler and Optician,
Car. Twelfth uad Market Streets, j
Thermometer Record.
The thermometer at Schnepi's drug
store, Opera House corner, yesterday,
registered as follows:
7 R. -19 I 3 p. m........ - 55
0 ft. m fiO 7 p. m li
. 12 in- 62 | Weather? IUln.
Indications.
Washington, March 12.?For Wctlern PonnxylVrtiilu,
light rulus, slightly cooler, vnrlablo
Wiurifl.
Fur Wc*t VlrRiulft ftRil Ohio, fulr by Sutur
day, slightly cooler In Weat Virginia, warmer
by Saturday in ublo, v&rlabie wiuds.
IXKJAIj BKhVMltf.
Mutters oC.-Minor Moment In and About
I * the City.
The Grand this .evening?1"Kinder)
garden."
i Opkra House this evening?Maude
) Granger in "Inherited."
) Tom Nicholson, the ball player, has
j signed for the season with the Sioux
, City, Iowa, club.
Tiiehf. are quite a number of cos lamps
in the city that have not been lighted
* for several nights.
) 1.a8t night the Teutonia Singing Sol
ciely gave an enjoyable private mafcquer.
ado at its hall on the South Side.
Tub dog show at Pittsburgh is drawing
well from Wheeling, Martin's Ferry,
1 Bellaire and other towns hereabouts.
' Miss Hannah Bkckkndorf gave a
l party to her friends at her home on
South Jacob street last night, and it was
. a very enjoyable atlair.
Several families have moved upon
| the Island from town in tho past few
lays. Tho loads of household goods
going across the bridge cause a good deal
. of comment.
Yesterday afternoon's Ohio River
train wm two hours late, duo to the
general bad condition of the road. Last
night's train got in about an hoar after
her schedule time.
A privatk masquerade was given last
night by the Teutonia Society, at their
hall on Thirty-third and Jacob streets.
The costumes wero very appropriate, and
all had a good time.
Official notice is given in another
column that the Public Library will be
closed from March 28 to March 31 to
take the annual inventory, and all books
must bo in by th6 former date.
Another instalment of two new open
cars for the Elm Grove Company ar*
rived over the 13. & 0. road yesterday
and are on the track in the old Hemp*
tield yard, ready to be unloaded.
A warrant was issued by Clerk Fee,
of the police court, last evening, for J.
H. Kosenberg, the stone contractor, who
is charged with failing to place a red
signal lantern on an obstruction in the
street.
The Ladies' Mission Circle of the
First Baptibt church gave an enjoyable
"pink tea" and eocial last night, which
was well attended considering the
weather, A very palatable supper was
served.
The freight traffic at the Baltimore &
Ohio station here just now is almost un*
precedentedly heavy. The platforms
are overcrowded with freight daily, and
an extra force of men iB employed to
handle it.
At 2 o'clock this afternoon there will
bo a meeting of the ladies of the city,
who believe in homoeopathy, at the Y.
M. C. A. building, to arrange for fur* 1
nishing the proposed homoeopathic 1
ward in the new City Hospital. 1
Oapt. Delurcggk yesterday received
a letter from Mrs. Luzettie Brown, of '
Murraysville, W. Vo., asking informa* 1
lion about Mra. Lucy Harmon, who has ,
a grandson named Henry Patterson. J
Some of her relatives at Murraysville are
lick.
At 4 o'clock this afternoon Rev. Dr.
Cooke will deliver another lecture at the |
Second Presbyterian church, and Mies
Nellie Storer, the organist, will render
several attractive selections. The sub*
jfct ol the lecture Till bp, "The Lessons .
of History Illustrated."
Tin Sunday School and Epwortb I
Lfngue ot the Chapline Street M. ? I
church gavo a concert laat night at the <
church, at which a very attractive pro- <
gramme was artistically rendered. The f
attendance was good, and a neat sum I
was realised lor the good cause. i
For several da; a, In good weather, I
the Board of Public Works has had a
large force of men at work cleaning
falund streets, which needed it badly. .
There are still some unimproved streets '
on the Garden Spot which are in a very )
bad condition, not only muddy, but cov- '
ercd with barrels and debris. To clean '
upright is a tedious job.
Ax exhibition will be given at the t
Young Men's Christian Association ,
building this evening, by one of the (
t-ymnafintn clus.s, under direction of 1
Mr. Luke Harrison, physical director of {
the aasociation. The programme will be r
interspersed by vocal and instrumental
music. Members of the association may
be accompanied by ladies.
Ir your eyes tire or head aches when t
reading or sewing, consult without t
charge Prof. Shell, ihe Optician, corner t
Main anj Elojentb streets. xwraw ' i
FRANK JOHNSON DEAD. C
c
I Well Known Former Wheeling Man j.
Die* at the Weetuo Aeyluni. Q
Frank Johnson, ex-Superintendent of
ilails at the Wheeling postofflce, died
ast evening it the Slate Hospital for the ,
nsane at Weaton. Mr. Johnaon waa for
rears an attache of the postofllce, and
raa one of the moat efficient men ever r
lonnected with it. Ho waa also a pro- t
ninent Republican politician, for yean t
i valued member of the Connty Committee
and for gome time ita chairman,
ind when hie condition required hia 1
:onfinement in the Weaton boepital, the c
announcement of that fact canned a
general feeling of surprise and horror, t
After having been an inniale of the t
hospital for some time, he was din- i
charged as cured. He came home, ap- i
parently in good condition, mentally I
?nd physically, but it waa not long until I
symptomaof his malady returned, and i
nobody realized thissooner than he.
The last accounts received here were i
of a hope-inspiring character. List <
night, however, G. Mendel A Co., the I
undertakers, received a telegram an- '
nouncing his death. It is presumed I
from this that the body will be sent here
to-day for burial, although no details of I
the arrangements were given.
Mr. Johnson's sad death will be sincerely
mourned by a host of friends who :
became warmly attachod to him on account
of his genial disposition, bright i
intelligence and other good qualitiea ol
mind and heart before the darkening of
liis intellect, and his relatives will have
the deepest sympathy of the whole community.
DuitMD iti merman.
An Italian Catchen a Live Wire and 1b Seriously
Iujurnl.
Shortly after two o'clock yesterday
afternoon there waa a thrilling scene on
EofT street at Nineteenth. An electriclight
wire which conducts the current to
I arc lights usod by Paige, Carey & Co.'s
I hands on the work along the creek
I sagged down, a polo having been looa*
I ened by tho recent high water. The
wire waa not over four feet from the
ground.
John Bofria, an Italian employed on
the work, went to pass under the wire,
and supposing, naturally enough, that
???a enrrunt trnuld be off iu the davtime.
he took bold of the wire to lift it over
his head. The current was not off, and
he could not let go of the wire.
At once a dense, dark smoke curled up
from each band, and soon sparks of lire
shot out from the wires. Boscia writhed
I in agony and screamed for aid.
A number of people saw his awful
I perdicament, but with a wholesome awe
of a live wire made no movement to re*
lease the man, but stood watching him
as if fascinated by the sickening ccene.
Bob Fisher, a young employe of Bslfz,
Flading & Co.'a planing mill, saw the
predicament of tne man, *and getting a
long wooden pole, he succeeded after
several efforts in prying Boscia'a hands
loose. The. Italian was suffering intensely,
and fell unconscious as soon as
his hands were off the wire. He was
carried into a shanty near, and Dr.
Charley Frisaoll was summoned and did
what he could to relieve the sufferer,
and he was afterwards removed to the
Hospital in the patrol wagon. His
hands were burned to a crisp clear to
the bone, and his system was seriously
injured by the shock, though he will
recover.
The wire carried a current of 1,000
volts. Why this was in it at that time
nobody ollered any explanation.
lit! CUT 111S Til MAT,
Unt did not get Excited over u Little tiling
like Mint.
Lest evening a wild rumor was in circulation
that a man had cut his throat
in the barber shop of the Hotel Beliler.
I A reporter found it very hard to get at
' the facts in the matter, but finally found
| an eye witness, who told the story. He
said a stranger, apparently sober, but
very nervous, came in the shop and said
ho had no money and would like to
shave himself. Hnyder, the proprietor,
nave him permission. He lathered hie
face, made a pass or two with the razor,
and then, apparently intentionally,
clashed at his necK, cutting a long gash.
It was a second before.he bled; then
the blood gushed all over him, making
him a sickening spectacle.
Ho criticized tho dullness of the razor,
and wanted to stropvit, but 8nyder refused
to let him. and getting him in the
chair, fixed up the cut the best he could.
The man then left, aa unconcerned as l!
he had scratched his neck with a pin.
CELLAK8 M8TBK CLEANLD.
rholnnurnnco Men Will Require Grentor
Caro nnd Iunpeotion.
When the cellar of the Bon Ton store,
where the fire of Wednesday morning
originated, was examined by the insurance
men, it was found to bo piled full
of waste paper, boxes and other rubbiBh.
It is a well known fact that half of the
cellars of business houses in town are in
similarly dangerous condition. Profiting
by Mr. Whit's experience, quite a number
of business firms had men at work
yesterday cleaning out their cellars.
Said a prominent insurance man: '
"The condition of many cellars in
Wheeling is an invitation for a disns- 1
troua fire. Many men, when their at- ;
tention is called to tho matter, will of i
course clean out their cellars as a matter I
of safety, but there aro others so indif- i
ferent to the really serious danger, that I
it will be necessary for the insurance
interest to protect itself. The Board of I
Underwriters will therefore pass a reso- |
lution refuting to insure establishments j
which have cellars in bad condition, i
and to enforce the rule, we will require i
inspections to be made at reasonable in- '
tervals."
(Jlty Flutmces.
The Council Committee on Financo j
met last night for the purpose of recom* <
mending to Council an appropriation
asked by tho Board of Public Works to |
rebuild the wine wall of the Market i
street bridge. Clerk Thoner's statement t
showed that the Board's general fund |
contained, for the first three months of i
the year, $7,534 Gl. $0,300, the amount t
tsked by the Board, was appropriated, r
and so recommended to Council. (
The report of tho commissioners of t
the 10 30 loan was taken up. It showed b
that 170 coupons had been paid and
fourteen bonds of $500 each. Their bill
for $0155 was ordered paid.
Several members signed a call for a a
Council meeting for to*night.
Hurry Heboid's Home.
Tbo residence of Uarry Seybold, about
which there waa considerable dispute
last after his convictlou, waa in Novem* *
jer last deeded by his parents back to e
lis wife, in a transfer tiled for record 0
rith Clerk Hook, yesterday, bearing
late November 11, and made by Joseph E
Seybold and wife to Mrs. Minnie Sey- f
>old, in consideration of $4,335, for lot 5 y
n eanaro 23 in Sprigs & Ritchie's audiion.
i i
Tlie Llk?' New Quart era, il
Wheeling Lodge No. L'3, B. P. 0. E., J
laa rented from Mr. Heiskell ono ol the L
lew large roorop to be fitted up in the '
Public Library building, and members A
>f the Board of Trustees say the lodge Jj
rill have the finest lodge quarters in the
Hate when the room is fixed up. Thurs n
lay evening, March 20, the Elks will *
ilect and install officers, and after these 0:
ceremonies will have a stag social, to
rhich each member may invite three JJ
riends. There will be fun and refresh- C
nents.
At the Vint P*e?bjtrrtan CUnrcli,
On account of sickneea the Rev. O. d
-V. Shield, of Wellsburg, was not able to
neet his engagement at the First Prestyterian
church last evening. The pas* 6;
or, Dr. Cunningham, preached. Tolight
Rev. Lavertjr Grier, of the Stone
Ihnrch, will preach the preparatory
otnmnnion sermon. His many trienda
n the city and cODgregation will be glad
1 the opportunity to hear him.
TI1K CUKAI't.MNli UK SUGARS.
Kffect or T?klug off I tin Duty? Lively
Movement la I'ro?pect.
There will be an Immense and very
apid movement In sugar here between
he lint and fifth of April. On April 1,
he daty of two cento a pound which
ras removed by the McKlnley tariff bill,
rill be taken off, and sugars will drop in
onseqnence.
A tfre.it deal of sugar has been sold by
he wholesale grocers in Wheeling for
lelivery April 2, one concern alone bav*
ng taken orders for fifty tons. Mach
noro will be sold between now and then,
or there are many who do not believe
bat the price that will rule immediately
iftcr April 1, will coatinue long.
Very little sugar is being sold raw for
mraediate delivery, merchants taking
>nly what they are sure they can sell
jefore the first. Wholesale bouses have
rery little on bands, but all have placed
leavy orders through the brokers.
Some retailers are now offering sugar
,o consumers at 5 cents for delivery
April 1 or immediately thereafter.
There will not be proportionately, as
much money In Bugar alter the duty is
removed as there is now. Sugars now
Belling to grocers atG} to retail at UJ will
aell at 4j to retail at 5 cents. There will
not be as much difference between the
prices of the different grades of sugars as
there now is, and granulated and similar
grades will suffer the greater cuts in
prices.
Inquiry among candy makers elicited
the statement that there will probably
be no reduction in tho price of candies
on account ;of the reduction in sugar.
The pieces may bo made larger and candy
will be purer and more sugar used and
less of other things.
As to whether sugar in largo quantities
is a sale investment, there is some
doubt. The highest authorities say that
sugur will remain cheap, but there are c
great many who think sugar will soon
find higher prices than those that pre
vail alter April 1. The argument of '
r>t (l.ia ia fhaf: Hia oruatltf
increased demand and consequently in<
creased consumption will make it possi
ble for the retioers to push up the rates
There will be much more sugar usee
(or all purposes than now. Fruits ami
preserves, jellies, jams and the iike wil
be made much less sparingly, and peo
pie who do not like sugar in their tei
and coffee will sweaten them becausi
sugar is cheap. This will tend t<
Htrengthen the market, and will putuj
the price. One wholesale merchant of
fored to wager several persons a suit o
clothes that sugar will be selling a
present prices within a year.
abod/AppleT
Straogeri lu the City nod Wheeling Folb
Abroad.
Major T. C. Burke lift for Chicago 01
a business tiip.
Edwin Harris, of Parkereburg, is a
the McLure house.
M. R. Wolff, Superintendent of tbi
Telephone lines, is at Charleston.
Superintendent of Letter Carrier
Ralph Whitehead is gradually improv
ing.
I Mr. L. 0. Smith, formerly of this city
now of Bessemer, Ala., is here visitinj
friends.
Mrs. 0. R. Carlin, of Washington, Pa.
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Virginia
Hall, hero.
6. Powell, of Fairmont, and JasQt
Hall, of Proctor, were registered at th<
Hotel Behler.
Dr. F. Lemovne Hupp, who has beei
visiting his father, Dr. J. C. Hupp, lef
for New York yesterday.
Mrs. Charles L. Hobbs is entertaining
Mrs. I. Y. Hamilton and daughter, o
Washington, Pa., at the Hotel Windsor
Capt. G. D. Gillelen, of the Elm Grov<
railroad, arrived home last evening fron
a short business trip to Youngstown
Ohio.
George E. Stifel returned yesterda;
from New York, having purchased some
elegant chandeliers for his new granite
building. ?
Capt. J. F. Legge, General Agent an<]
Superintendent of Terminals of the Baltimore
& Ohio railroad, left yesterdaj
for the East.
Mr. Edward Larkin, of Omaha, who
has been in the city for a day or two,
left last night for the South, with hie
mother, where they propoae to spend e
couple of months.
TIIJ5 FLINT GLASS TRUST
Will Not Take Chnrgo UnUl the Next Fire,
i AppraliemenU.
The American Flint Gloss Company
baa decided not to begin operations before
the beginning of the next fire. A
meeting of those interested in the new
corporation was held in Pittsburgh
Wednesday, and the plans as they have
progressed so far were discussed. A
number of committees were sent out in
different directions for the purpoBe ol
appraising the properties to be purchased
by the new company. In connection
with making the appraisements,
thene committees made an examination
of the character and amount of business
done by each firm interested during the
yoar, and the result of many of these examiuationd
were reported. They showed
the factories to be in excellent condition
and altogether satisfactory to the investors.
Jn a few days other committees will
je sent out to examine the titles to the
properties involved. It is intended to
purchase the factories outright, and it is
Jcsired to make sure of the titles being
ill right. This will require several
ireekb' additional work, and it is thought
t would be impossible to get the concern
n shape to begin operations before the
atter part ef June, and for that reason
t was thought beat not to make the
iffort until the ne*t fire.
The threatened rise in prices and cur*
Ailment of production about which so
nuch talk has been indulged in, as an
illeged result of the formation of the
United States Glass Company, has not
ret materialized ;uor is it likely to in any
nanner disturb matters so long as so
nany factories are outside the trust.
Jlafs is moving fairly well, and tho facories
are kept busy, though there is i
oine accumulation oi stocks, 1
TUB ST. MAHHKW'ri MINION' SERVICES
looting with SacoeM? Mr, Garstensen'*
?loqu?nt Talka.
At 8t. Matthew's church yosterday,
oqppnnion was held at 9:30 a. m.f and
aorning prayer and instruction at }0:30.
Lt thia service Mr. Garatenaen delivred
an address on "The Second Petition
f the Lord's Prayer." At the business
aen's meeting at 12:05, "the World of
Justness" was discussed. At night
>r. Carsteusen discussed the "Prodigal
on."
Services to-day will be as follows:
[oly communion at 7:30 a.m.; morn*
ag prayer and instruction at 10:30 a. m.t
nd talk on "the Third Petition of the
.ord's Prayer." From 12:05 to 12:30
ervices for business men will he held,
.children's meeting will bo held at4:30
. m , and Mr. Carstenson will address
iem on "St. Christopher." At 7:30 p.
>. mission services will he held and he
ill preach the Inst sermon of the series
f the "Prodigal Son."
At the services last night the church
as well filled, and much interest in Dr.
arstensen's efforts is displayed.
Doll Frlilh/.
Prices that will mailt things lively toay.
We offer (or to-day only:
100 pieces Lonsdale Muslin at OJc.
100 pieces Ladies' Choice Muslin at
|c.
60 pieces Table Linen at 2lij, worth 50c.
Stokk a Tuouas,
"ALTO'llKIM."
The Home for the Agrd Almost Completed.
Capacity of Water Works?Qualifications
for Admission to the Home.
The Board of Trustees of the Home
for tbe Aged, appointed by Mr. Anton
Reymann, met hut night. Mr. Keymann
turned over to the trustees a deed for the
Home, which is hereafter to be known
as "Altenheim."
Mr. Reymanu's modesty preventing
bim from placing any inscription containing
his name ou the building, the
trustees, without his knowledge, have
had marble slabs prepared and placed
over the entrance to Altenheim bearing
"Home for the Aged*' on tbe lelt, and
"Altenheim" on tbe riglt, and bslow.
"Founded, 1800, by Anton Reymann."
The Home is rapidly nearing completion,
and will be ready for occupancy
May 1. Prior to the formal openinp, an
opportunity will be given tbe citizens
to visit the home and see the generous
provision made by Mr. Reymann fcx
aged women.
The trustees have enacted tbe following
rule for admission to the home:
Applicants must be persons of good
character, not less than sixty years oi
age, and must have been residents o( the
State of West Virginia for at least five
years. Approved applicants shall pay
an admission fee of $300 before being re<
ceived into the home. All persons shall
bo received on three months' probation,
and, if not accepted, the admission fee
shall be returned, board to be deducted
at the rate of $3 a week.
The water works established by the
generous founder will be a source o.
revenue to the Home, as the trustee)
intend to pipe the water to any residen'
in the vicinity desiring it. Two tanki
have been built holding 100.000 galloni
of water each, and these can be pumpec
full in six hours. The Home has accom
modations for fifty inmates, and si:
applications for admission have already
been filed.
SHALL If ItH BY A LOAN
1 Or Oat of the Ordinar/ City Revenues Thn
| the Klectrlo Light Shall be Fald Fort
The question is being agitated in an
out oi me iiiecinc .Ligni uommisaioc
' bow shall the city's proposed plant b
paid for? At firet the sole idea seemo
| to 1)3 that another city loan would c
i course be necessary. Lately, howevei
I the idoa seems to be gaining fuvor tht
* if it is possible, it will be b^st to avol
i issuing bonds.
' The question is, how ? This difficult
) there nave been several suggestion
> upon. One of thess was to arrange t
pay the cost in two or three annual it
f btalments. The interest it would the
t be necessary to pay, however, woul
make that plan no better than a shor
time loan.
It is now suggeeted that tho ordinar
revenues of the city for the year will a
ford ample xneaus for the electric ligl
plant, if the money usually set aside fc
1 the use of the Board of Public Works i
devoted to this purpose.
t The new lighting system is pre-em
nently for the benelit of the whole citj
u and if the money were so used no oe
ward or section could complain that ai
other were getting a lion's ebare of th
_ funite. The Board would still use th
ten-cent levy fund on unimprove
streets and its contingent fund for net
'? essary work, and those who favor th
I plan maintain that there is no preesin
need for any work that would be pai
, for from the fifty-cent levy, or at lcai
i that no such work is at all important i
compared to the electric lights.
5 MCSiC IX THE SCUUOLS.
31 is A Boblnaon ami II or Work JPleoi
| Kltchlo District Patrons,
Yesterday afternoon, in spite of th
inclement weather, the Grammar rooi
( of Ritchie school was well filled with th
. parents and other friends of the pupil/
s to hear the singing from the differed
1 roomB, under the supervision of Mis
' Lucy Robinson, the efficient teacher c
music. Class after class from the diilei
' ent rooms, from the lowest to the high
' est, filed into tho room, took their place
! on the platform and K<we an exhibitioi
of what they are learning in the dail;
I drill in the school room.
The audienco was so well pleased tha
it frequently applauded, and Miss Robin
son should surely feel proud of the grea
, appreciation shown by those present fo
, the work she is doiug. Tho Board o
i Education made no mistako when the]
i chose her as the successor of Miss Boas
Korer irhn on nhl v fillnri th? flnnStt DOSi
tion last year.
At the close of the exorcises Rev
Messrs. Alford and Ash, Dr. Pipes am
> Superintendent Anderson made re
marks, speaking in the highest terms o
what they bad heard?all speaking high
ly in /avor of music in the publl
schools.
Thero has been much opposition ii
Ritchie district to its introduction inU
the schools, some parents even refusing
to purchase the necessary books fo;
their children to rightly pursue tin
study, but it is apprehended that th<
most violent opponent would ceaso t<
oppose if he had witnessed what thos<
saw and heard yesterday. There will bi
public music day in the Annex bnildinj
on Wednesday afternoon, March 25.
Miss Robinson, at the urgent request
of a number of those present, sang t
choice selection at the close of the per
formance. She was loudly applauded
as she always is when she sings.
The Grant Ilerrmauu,
Tho great Hermann, the eminent
prestidiuitateur, will be eeen at the
Opera House next Monday, March 10.
His fame is widespread throughout
two continents, and his name is a household
world. For thirty years he has
mystified young and old with his wonderful
optical and mechanical illu&ions,
and in all that time he has never disappointed
the expectations of the audience.
Of this fact lie is more proud than of
his title, "King of tho Magic World."
Nothing has been left undone that fore*
sight could suggest to make tho present
tour a culminating one in the aeries of
successcs inaugurated and maintained
by Herrmann. Among the many notable
features of this season's entertainment
may be mentioned "Strobeika," his
latest illusion.
t'ljie RludergHrtlen."
The Grand was crowded last night to
soo Howell A Gebert's company in the
I funny musical comedy, "The Kindergarten."
The company Is far belter
than last season, and many new features
were Introduced, Stanley Macy is an
actor ol merit, as well as a comedian,
while Miss Mabel Haneno is a very
sweot |ipger. In fact! the entire com.
pany made a decided hit. They appear
attain this evening, and give a grand
matinee to-morrow afternaon. Seats at
Weir's, |
Hargalni?llarcaloa
For Dal! Friday:
Lonsdale Muslin ?}e.
L'idien1 Choice Muslin (ijo.
50c Table Linen at 20c.
Stonx & Thomas,
If you want good Wall Papon at low
prices go to
Gra. E. Kurkbr & Co.,
Painters and decorators,
39 Twelfth Street,
Upright Piano for Sale.
We have a fine Krakaner Upright
Piano which we sold less than a year
ago and which the owner is obliged to
sell. The piano is in perfect condition.
There Is not a scratch or a blemish of
any kind to be found on it, and in fact
one would never know that the piano
had ever been out of the store.
If you want a bargain it will be to your
interest to come and see about this at
once, as the owner mnat realise on it
soon, F, W. Bacmsb & Co ,
Market street.
ffim
&4K#
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
A crtunof tartar baking powder. Highest
of all in lravenin strength.? V. B,
Government Report, Avg.n, ibbt.
jy?*nrrAw
1 MAIITI.V8 FKKKV.
! Illness?Accident?Pursonnl, Iadaatrlal and
1 Other Matter*.
M. M. Sheets, Esq., Is home on a short visit,
i Mr. T. W. Hhreve la in Kansas City, on buai[
nea*.
, Edgar Bottls, who has been quite sick, Is lm.
proving.
I Mr. M. P. Wells, of Canton, wm in Martln'i
? Ferry yesterday.
9 Mr. James Wiley Is critically 111 at his real
1 deuce on Third street.
Mr. John Ncely, who has been od the sick-list
? is considerably belter.
There is some talk of Cunt. W. M. Orr as a Be
f publican candldato for Mayor.
Yesterday Herman Grllllth, Ad Coss ant
Stephen Vauamau left lor Seattle.
Rev. Charles O'Mera has relumed from a bull
ness trip to Columhui and Cincinnati.
1 Fresh garden seed in bulk aud packago at J
Williams' grocery, on Washington street.
d Mr. and Mr*. Harry Nortnwood and Misi
Eva Norihwood bavo returned from Pittsburgh
' Jmt received, at Itceee's confectionery, Com
e mercial block, a choice lot of Oranges aud 1'eari
d Tho entertainment and social given in tb
Presbyterian church last week netted about fit
>1 "I'rtvluK the Fiddler" wai the subject of Rev
r Brownlee's talk at the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesda;
' evening.
A number of MArtiu'a Ferry peoplo wero at 8
[1 Clalrsville yesterday on the liquor case c
Springer vs. Selferth.
v Yesterday at the .Etna mill, James Johns, a
3 employe, was struck on the head by a piece c
H Iron, cutting a gash two lnchea long.
0 The gymnastic ehus ol the Y. M. C. A. will a1
l? tend the eutertaluineut to be given at Wheeiln
? to nfght by the Y. M. C. A. of that city.
,1 At the meeting of the School Board last nlgl
. n new dynamo was ordored for tho High aehoo
l' Bills for extras, amounting lo about is JO. wer
ordered paid. The committee appointed I
v confer with tne Wheeling Mining and Mauufa
f turing Company to arrange about the dilllculi
1# In regard to the two uew school houses reporte
it that the company would agree to auy t'ropc
,r modlilcatl'jUB of the price to be paid for ib
buildings,
Tho fox terriers of Mr. Harry North wood wer
very highly commended by the Indites at tb
I* great bunch show at Pittsburgh, lie had six o
? exhibition. Including four puppies. For one c
' tho latter Mr. Northwood refused |50, and the
are only a few days old. He sold bis dog "Beve
1- wick Trap" which is up tiiero. These dogs an
e those of Messrs. It. T. ung and J. W. Colllus a*
? much admired. "Pippo, the Cocker spaniel <
? Mr. Collins, is a great lavorite among tho ladlf
(1 and childruu.
2- The committee consisting of Councllmen J. A
10 Bayless and Thomas Meam appointed by th
City Council to roeet with tha Bridgeport Cour
g ell with reference to furnishing Bridgeport wit
11 water, met In the Council chamber list nlghl
, Bridgeport was reprcheutcd by Oconto C. M<
" Kee, J. C. Dent, J. M. Fisher, Henry Keobullu
w nud K. H. Clay laud. Tho proposition receutl
made by Murtlu's Ferry, namely that water b
furnished to Bridgeport at tho samo rate as ii
Martin's Ferry, lire plugs to bo free, water for al
public buildings to bo paid for at tho Bame rat
as to private consumers. Bridgeport to lay he
ie water mains aud keep them in order, Martin'
Ferry to deliver tho water to tbo corporal
limits of Bridgeport and do all tho collecting
0 was favorably rtcelved. Tho Council of Bridge
port will meet to night and discuss theinattci
n a proposition will be made to appropriate 825,
e GOJ for the laying of water mains.
'j NOTES OX NAVIU AT10N.
|R Stage of Water and movements of Boats
The Kiver Intercuts.
!. The river was rising last niglit, witl
[. 16 feet 9 inches in (he channel,
s Reports from ahove were:
} litowDsville?10 feet 5 inches and fally
ing; cloudy aud cool.
Morgantown?7 feet 2 inches and fall
t ing; cloudy and cool.
Warren?4 feet one-tenth and rising]
t light rain, mild.
* Mate Sweeney, of the Hudson, is laid
1 up at the Cincinnati Marine Hospital
' with rheumatism.
Tho owners of the Guiding Star,
stranded at Cincinnati, hope that the
. present rise will float her ofl.
i The towboat Iron Duke is this Bide of
- Cincinnati on her way up with 4.00C
f tons of Southern pig iron for Wheeling
. and Pittsburgh mills.
c To-day the Matt F. Allen will pass up
for Pittsburgh at 8 a. m. The Batch1
elor will leave for Cincinnati at 10 a. ra.
3 The Ben Hur starts for Parkereburg
I at 11:30 a. m.
r The H. K. Bedford left yesterday for
- Pittsburgh at 8 a. m. The Hudson
3 passed down for Cincinnati at 10 a. m.
} The Courier cleared for Parkers*
3 burg at 11:30 a. m. The Scotia
3 paescd up from Cincinnati for Pitts'
burgh at midnight.
t TheLadlea Delighted.
1 The pleasant effect and the perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
? liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions make it their favorite
remedy. It is pleasing to the eye
and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual In
actiug on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
! *?
Tho llost Couch Medicine,
"One of my customers came in to-day
and asked me for the best cough medi1
cine I had," says Lew Young, a prominent
druggist of Newman Grove, Neb.
"Of course 1 showed him Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. and he did not ask to
see any other. 1 havo never yet sold a
medicine that would loosen and relieve
a severe cold so quickly as that remedy
does. I have sold four dozen of it
within the last sixty days, at<d do not
know of a single case where it failed to
give the most perfect satisfaction." 50
cent bottles for sale by W. W. Irwin, O.
li. Goetze, J. Klari. C. Schnepf, M. W.
Heinrici, John Coleman, W. E. Williams,
0. Menkemiller, W. 0. Armbrecht
and 8. L. Brice. mwfaw
Go to Kurner & Co. for Wall Papers I
of all kinds. 30 Twelfth Btreet, second
door from Market Btreet.
E. L. Rosk A Co.. No. 51 Twelfth
street, uave left a low ol the finest ot
their elegant Holiday Sewing Machines,
which they will offer at pricea aura to
make room (or newgsods in other lineB.
Don't mies this opportunity.
L. fi.Ooop sella dry goods thfl chaapwrt.
FOR 40 Tf AltS DB. WM.
Hall's Balsam!
FOR THE LUNGS,
Han been a never Uilln* family remciy for
Coughs, Collin, CousumnUou, Pore Throat.
HoarMneu, Pneumonia, Influenza. Acutoand
Chronic tlronchltli. Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Croup, Pleurisy, Piln In the Hldo and liresst,
Hpltting of Wood, and all disc*#* of the
TOROaT, OHIWT AND lAJ.NGS LKAt>lNU TO
CONBOIIPTION. DR. WM. HALL'S BALRAIT
contains no op?um, morjhtno. nor any deleter*
lonn drug, it toothes and htali the Membrane
of ttoe Lunga, Inflamed and polioaed bydlseaso,
and prevontf nl*ht sweats and tlybtuers across
the cbest. It la pleasant to the taate.
FO& SALE BY
Logan Drug Company
Wholesale and Kefall Druggists,
And A;iDrus$UU. **rlc?, 8Cc, COc, B1 00.
Da^M^lAU^jOfeij^oTk^^^fg^iorir
OAUPKTS-O. MF
NOW (
Our New Sf
CARP
The largest and finest ever br
Our designs and colorings th
tlful ever shown In Wheeling.
Parties who expect to change
nlaan hnuaa this comlnc SDrll
their CARPETS now while the
rush, Incident to th9 early days
the CARPETS and store them
G. MEND]
No. 1124 MAI
, nsr Try a box of oat Electric Clet
llOUHi: & HERUMANN-FDRNIT
i
I.
c
i
1
s
b
t Perhaps you can get along without a
c are many things which you cannot get al
>' them. In some country stores you can ge
J a hay stack. We do not claim to be ablf
l very extensive assortment of needles, bu
? your house from the roof downwards, anc
I which are liable to astonish you. Some
o are so low. You will wonder how on earth
House & H
THE HOUSEF
No. 1300 M
' WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.
THE WHEELING
hlOTKI MDHT
11101/iLlUmU
co?
' 1136 to 1140 Market Street.
House cleaning Beason?Housekeepers,
tradespeople's, storekeepers', everybody's
busy season?Spring is fast approaching.
We are busy as bees proparing
to display a most extensive line J
of Spring Goods?We're not yet ready
to show our entire stock, and will not
be till every nook and corner in every
department of our buildiug is tilled with .
the most choice and desirable goods
that can be bought. We've purchased
an immense stock and with it we have
an assortment unequaled at prices unapproachable.
WHEELING INSTALMENT 00. |
Our preparations far surpass any of
our past efforts?and while every department
is not to onr satisfaction arranged
for Spring Showing?yet man; e
are filled to overflowing. We have goods
to show that have no duplicates in the '
city ? Exclusive ? Modem ? desirable
goods?Our store is the acknowledged
emporium of style?The headquarters of
Seisonable Novelties?The depository of
choice manufactures in Furniture, Oar- |
pets aud general Housefurnishlng Goods |
?No connoisseur can consistently omit
calling on us before purchasing?What
is "a la mode" in housefurnishlngs can
be seen here.
WHEELING INSTALMENT CO.
Oar credit system enables yon to make I
home comfortable?It affords yon ear- 1
roundlnge you are entitled to?and which
with snch a system as onra within yonr
reach?yon ahould no longer deny yonrself.
Millionaire and mechanic are on
the same looting here?If you haven't ot!
the ready cash yon are as welcome as il
yonr pocketbook was overflowing?
Don't hesitate?Come here, money or
no money, we are prepared to credit yon
?We give yon time to pay?an opportunity
to make home comfortable.
To
VHEELIN6 INSTALMENT CO,, |
cei
1136 to 1140 Market Street ni
El
art JOS. H. McARDLK, Manager,
:ndeij & co.
5PENT
Dring Stock
ET S!
ought to this city.
Is spring are the most beaui
their place of residence or
lg will do welt to purchase
stock Is,fuM andlavoid the
i of April. We will make up
free of charge untlllwanted.
rr olrrT
LljOttU,
N STREET.
insor Tor Cleaning Carpets. -?|
UltB. OAKPKTS, STOVKS. inc.
C?h"S^ -a^a
jeje-A-TET^'.
tete-a-tote, bat if yon keep home then
ong without, and we have the moat el
t aluiAt any thing between a needle aai
i to sell you a hay stack, nor have we i
t bo far ae Furniture goes, we can equip
I we can do it at prices and such term
of these prices are really amazing thej
i the article could be made for the money,
lerrmann,
u rnishers,
ain Street.
GEO. E. STIFF.Ij & CO.
NOVELTY
Dress Goods,
PATTERN SUITS,
Combination Suitings,
Fine Trimmings!
AMD Till LABOWTUJflOf ?
Embroidered and Hemstitclied
FLOUNCINGS
AND
Harm Embroideries!
?Will Ijo Found atGeo.!E.
Stifel
& CO.'S,
No. 1114 Main Strant. ' _
KGGEIt, WAKKICK it CO. . I
^UNSURPASSED
WILL BE OUR
Jew Spring Stout,
Which will airlvc In * few <'*?' We J!??
our cUlna. It you will but
exam Inn you will And It |'rofluo.e
whoihcr you buy or not.
TTlYITrUVTVTlTrt IlflPDTl!
'fiHBFjKIHtidatAflii/ |
Reefers and Blazers.
boyond doubt Hip b?t Sc!frt?
ir aim' a an<* *tylu K(
SPECIAL SALE OF I
Winter Goods-1
AND I
REMNANTS! I
J^ntlnno two wcok* longer, until Nc*^jrf ll
K!k la all In. We will not attempt to dec*'" I
u by offering a fow ataple article* at (*? ;; I
II RUtratiUe yon better valuo lor your ?<*?
>Uona obtala wh0M tbey practice wcA * I
am, mm 4 n I
1133 Jfaln SlrMt ?' I

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