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I CEO. M. SNOOK A CO.
DRESS GOODS. * BHRGHIN. : One case Plain Twilled Soft Wool t Finish Suiting, in New Spring Shades, sold at 12 i*2c per yard elsewhere. ] Our price, 6 34c er Yard. A bargain In Fringed Turkey Red ; Table Covers. i 73c for a cover 2 yards long. 97c for a cover 2 1-2 yards long. Another lot of extra choice fine 'i Curtain Ends just received at 79c .* each. flfA HIT OXTAAF IU?iv. hi. onvi/ii 3t CO. GEO. E. STIFEL ACQ. 1-2 PRICEI i . OUR ENTIRE LINE OP BM Spring Jackets! Will be Sold at Half Price, rlz: ai- t ? ? tr*r% cr\ kj\j JttuivtJts IUI sf>?. uu $6 00 Jackets for $3 00 $6 50 Jackets for $3 25 $7 00 Jackets for $3 50 $8 00 Jackets for $4 00 $10 00 Jackets for $5 00 dio., tfco., (Do. " These are all this season's goods, - , late and desirable styles, and we only make this offer on aooount that we don't want to move them to our new stores. GEO. EJ. .1 m m w m STIFJiL & CO. II No. 1114 MAIN STREET. ^ AUEXANPE^^CO. ^ RED-LION SPECIFIC For the Blood, Brings Sunshine to the Soul, PURGES THE SYSTEM OF IMPURITIES. Fuwly Vegetable. Contains no Muroury or Other Mineral Poisons. Other Miner*! PoLvmi. to- 701 Sjlu by All Dnusoina. *n w 1 CLOTHING, ETC. YXTANNAMAJvER & BROWN. W HERE WB ARE WITH TWO THOUSAND SPRING SAMPLES T for Cents' Suits and Uniforms. For Variety AOd stylo we lead the world. Flu guarx antood. One-third saving to 'K; " theiootmumer. J. W. FERKKL, Aitrnt, ffc ' fay Corner Twentieth and Main WIRE WORK. ^yiREAVOKK FOB OFFICES, WIRE.WORK FOR BCILDKRS. WIRE WORK FOR CEMETRHIEB, M wiltE WORK FOR IIOU8EH. ? WIRE WORK OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. WIRE WORKS* 1707 Eoff St re ft, Wjphonj 1<7. W. U. ALLISON*. fpHK WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE!! X Is a brlffbt, iporkllnfr, fnstruotlro family l! Journal. It Is original In overy department, ! aleau lu every lino and suited as It is lntond<?l CD intemt and Improve every number oi tho family, whether la city at oouatry. Olilco: N??. 9!i ana Fourteenth street. New Adverting merit*. Remarkable Uarj-.iins?Stone & Thomn*. ? Eighth page. .fimt Kteoived?G. Mendel ?? Co?Fifth pntro. The W. C. Coup Six Enchanted KollingPalaee*. Ifalf Price?Gen. E. Stifcl ?fc Co.?Eighth page. A Great Many People?Ewing Hro?. Next to the jumlly ?Carle Uros. Wanted?To iJuy a Bcngle Pup. Drug Sum1 For Knlc?0. A. Schnefor & Co. Souvenir Spoons?I. G. Dillon & Co. New Stock Fresh Uluo Print i'upcr?E. L. Nlcoll. Wiinted?Mawden L. Colvljr. Books of Interest to West Virginians?Stanton (ScTJavcuport. _ HALF nOBE SPECIALTY. 400 dozen of our eelebrotcd Fast Block ? ' fluff Hniin nuprlininil biiforn the change 011 tho tariff, will bo sold at the old price, U5 cunt* u pair. C. HE8S&S0NS, Mr reliant Tnllor* and Gouts' Furnishers, Trliifl 13X1 and 1393 Market Street. IT you cannot hoc and need Spectacle*, you should call on us and have your eye* tested without charge. Wo have the Ane*t instrument* and more experience than any other Optician In tlio State, and guarantee ButUfactiou or money refunded. . ' J A CO 11 W. (2KU1IB, Jeweler and Optician. Corner Twolftli and Market Streotf. IF your namo la net on tho INTELLIGENCE KU'8 Subscription l!ook* niako lm*to to get It oa the lint. Notwithstanding In* aroused slzo and goneral limprovement there 1m no Increase in price. Still hotter thing* are to como. Visiting J>ay at Altenhclra. Thursdays will will bo tho regular visiting days at Altonhoim, whoa tho Lady Managers will bo glad to roceivo the public and show tho houso and grounds. Tho Elm Groro railroad will sell excursion tickets to-day to persons | going to tho Home, tor fifteen cents for the round trip. , A Now Suburban Resort." Capt. Leo AuBhutz has left the steamor Coahoma, and, in company with John A. Thorajison( has leased Lockwood's urove, ueiow .uounusvmu. w up xw foot dancing pavilion is being built, eighteen men being employed at the grovo. Tlio Captain proposes to make tills a popular resort during the summer, and will have u steamboat running regularly to the grove. Object. to Vcltig Chewed. Yestorday a man namod Garkloy, employed by Belts, Flading & Co., swore out'n warrant for Mrs. Thomas Muldoon, of tho South Side, on a chargo of harboring a vicious dog. Last week Garkloy wus working at Muldoos's, when tho dog bit him. He made complaint to the police yestorday, and demanded that tho dog be killed. An officer went ovor to put nn end to tho bmto's career, but tho family refused to have it killed, and the warrant was then sworn out and served by Officer Donloy. .Tho case will bo heard in this morning's police court. Traiiftfurii Recorded. Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record ono deed' of trust and transfers as follows: May 16th, by Ruth II. Woods and others, to Lewis H. Cook, for ?700, lot 30 at Woodsdalo. May 1(1, by W. J-. W. Cowdon and J. P. Rogers, special commissioners, to the l'cnn Mutual Building Association. for $380, lots 3 and 3 in Triudcl phiij. May 10, by W. II. 0. Curtis, to W. B. Curtis, for SJ75, lots 154, 155 and 160 in West Liberty. May 18, by George J. Caddlo and wife, to Murtlia M. Burt; (or lot 7 in Gilchrist's addition, on tho Inland. An agreement between tho Mutual Savings Bank and Louis Husoman, for tho insuranco of the hank building, and a power of attorney from the Crescont Tile Company to James V. Bruden, were also tiled-ivith tho clerk. Protmto llusluess Yestcnlnjr. Henry L. McCammon was yesterday appointed administrator of tho estate of Khvard Lang, decoased, and gavo bond in the sum of $300, with T. b. Iiiloy as surety, l^essrs. M. B. Muldoon. James McCammon, Jacob Yost and Elsworth Curtis were appointed to apprniso tho property of the deceased. Georgo Vennum was appointed guardian of Mary Fotte, agea nineteen, orphan of Charles Petto, deceased, and gave bond in the sum of $200, with August J. Fischer as surety. John J. Bayha was appointed guardian of Charles, Annie and IClsio Bayha. orphans of Eliza Bayha, deceased, and gavo bond in the sum of $2,400, with H. ! > 1... V. J'U/ItU tionuiviji Tho last will nnd testament of F. W. Lindemann, deceasod, was admitted to probate aud ordered to bo recorded. nutchors' Association Jaunt. Tho Wheeling llutchors' Protective Association, Ko. 11, is making arrangements to go to Pittsburgh on Monday next to attend tho convention of tho National Butchers' Association which convenes In that city and which lasts u week. The Wheeling butchers are arranging for an excursion to Pittsburgh and for accommodations while there. They propose to stuv a week, and nearly every member of tho local association intends to go and stay thruugh the timo the convention lasts. Tho different concerns have made arrangements for supplying the city with moat during their nusenco and no meat famine will take placo on account of their absence. The Wheeling Butchers - " - *.. i .t :n lire 11 JltllJ' 1UI (tun llll-v (till mull i III; l'ittsbnrghers and others who attend tho convention sonio things about having a good time. A Curd. To the rAllor ojthc Metllgcnccr. Sir:?I desire to tlmnk tho officers of Standard Firo Jnsnranco Company, through tho oolumns of your paper, for their prompt and satisfactory settlement of my lorn hy lire. HespectfuUy, W'u. A. W'imtemas. I.eon II. Vluceat at Fourth Street M, K. church May 25, 20, 2S nnd 2(1. Special Biographical "Lectures. Benefit of tho Fpivorth League. Bust Value* i:? Whcollnjj To-<1njr. Our own make Men's Kangaroo, hand sewed shoes at #4 00. Our own mnko Jlon's full siiocs, nil styles, at $2 00. 'Our Ladies' Dnngoln, hand tnni, at ?2 50, and Our Lndlea' Dongoln Oxford, liaml turned, Opera and Oomaion Sense, at $1 00. J. H. Lockk i4 Uo. Trla grippo or sickliest linn left yon with weak eyes, <>r if your eyes tire or head aches when reading or soring, consult and have your eves tested for glasses without, chargo by l'rof. Slieir, the or.lv Optician in the city, located at Lash's Bawdry Store, corner Jlain and Eleventh strvetH. Rsvman.n's Celebrated Lager a specially at (.ally Sample Hoonis, No. 2100 Main street. IP you tinvo tried nil other optlelnns In the city ft ml fulled to Ret Rlntnei to ?ult V'Hir eye*, don't pivo up. Consult without charge, I'lttll'I'lKsOKSItlCFF, the Optli-liiu, coruer Main and Eleventh streets, uwur THE TERMINAL COMPANY Hold* Itn Anntuil Htou!tli?!dcr?' Sleeting nnd Yle?*l?*ctJi t!i? Old Director*. Tho annual stockholders' meeting of the Wheeling Bridgo and Terminal 14mlwuy Company wus held yesterday at the offleo of the company in the Sogers block, this city. Tho annual rcportB of tho President and Chief Engineer were received and approved, and the ; AND ODR SHOES DO FLY, "" fa a vitit to our store anyjtime between 7 a. tn. I- c P- m- w111 convineu von. , They fly becauBo wo have the right shapes, Ih tho light- quality at tho right price. This * applies to everything lu our immenso stock, bat mora particularly to our Ken's Calf and Dongola (Smooth InnerW: soles) at S2 so Kfo* Ladles' Dongola, Gcnulno Hand-Turned, at*. 2 60 Pi -. Ladles' Dongola Floxlblo, at 1 90 Bffig i Ladles' Cloth Top Floxlblo. Patent Tip 1 00 j; Ladies' Oxford Ties, Tip and Plain Toe 1 00 | Any of the above In all abupes and all widths. ALEXANDER & CO., SHOE SELLERS, 10 lt> Main Street. meeting men went iiuo uu vici-iimu mj choose members of tho Board of Directors for tho ensuing year. The following gentlemen were chosen: It. H. Cochran, of Toledo; N. E. Whitnkcr, W. F. Peterson and AV. A. Wilson, of Wheeling; Job Abbott, I!. B. Ferris and K. H. Rochester, of New York City; W. B. Thomas, of Boston, and A. H. Almstead, of Hartford. Subsequently the directors met and organized by re-electing Judgo R. H. Cochran, president; Job Abbott, vice ? resident and chief engineer, and N. W. ayrs, of 8t. Louia, goneral manager.Tho last-named position had never been filled since the resignation of Col. Ball, Mr. Gilmoro Brown having been, discharging the duties of the position temporarily; Mr. Euyrs, elected yesterday. Is an experienced railroad man, and will doubtless manage the large and growing business of the Terminal company to the best advantage. A. L. Ripley, of Boston, was made secretary and treasurer, and Judgo Cochran, Mr. Abbott, Mr. Thomas and Mr. Rochestor the executivo committee. A number of contracts wero authorized and others already made were approved, and a great deal of other routine work was dono. Tho reports submitted showed tUo company's auuirs to be in fine shape, and Uioy gavo the stockholders much satisfaction. ' Itntlrond Official* Here. A. G. Blair, General Trafllc Manager of tho Wheeling h Lake Erie railroad, his son, Fred Blair, J. E. Terry, general agent of tho some road, C. A. Wilson, Chief Engineer, Mr. J. A. Richard, of Norwalk, Ohio, and E. B. Coolidge, of Detroit, general agent thoro, aro at tho McLuro house on business connected with tho road. Young Mr. Blair will hereafter represent the company at Stcubcnville. Tina propeivry condemned. CommUsloncrB Appointed by tho Circuit Court?A Sftlo Confirmed. In Judgo Fault's court yesterday tho court granted tho application of the Wheeling Bridgo and Terminal Railroad Company for tho appointment of commissioners in condemnation to fix the just compensation to bo paid by tho company for certain lots of ground it desires to appropriate to its use, tho lots being situated in East Wheoling and owned by tho West Virginia Tobacco Company, tho Messrs. Bodley and others. The following freeholders wore then appointed as such commissioners: George Crumbaokor, Henry Kulbitzer, C. J. Bawling, C. II. Copp and Louis C. Stifel. These gentlemen were summoned to meet at the Circuit Court Clerk's office on May 22. In tho chancory causo of James V. Chambers, trustees, vs. Anna J.Waddle et al., the sale of real estate was confirmed and tho proceeds distributed in accordance wan uie repair ui uiu cpeuuu commissioner. MAHSIIAJili COUNTY ELECTION. The Contest on Tuculay One of the Mont Xutcrotttliiff on Record. HTTP In Marshall county the school election on Tuesday was one ot the most interesting ever had in this county. Tlib Alliance is a new factor in Marshall county politics, and its strength was generally underestimated by both tho Republican and Democratic leaders, and both parties put forth overy effort, the Republicans, to maintain tho majority for which the county lias been so long noted, and the Democrats to slip in on a hoped-for division in tho Republican ranks by reason of the Alliance factor. But tho Alliance, while it is of but recent organization in this county, had tho lines well in hand and know their strength almost to a man. Tho different lodges are well organized, and the systematic manner which their members operated won thom the day. While the Republicans find themselves slightly disfigured, the Democrats smile broadly nnd pray there may be more Republican Alliance men in '92. Tho vote resulted as follows: At Dorsoy's, King, Republican, 00; Rine, Alliance, 47: HiggB, Democrat, 38. At Rosby'sRock, King IS, Rino 47, Hlggs 11 j Courthouse, King 153, Rino 72, Hires 95; Limestone, King 11, Rlno 18, Hlggs 3; Boawood, King MS, Rino 13, Hlggs 243; Shorrard, King 91, Rino 21, lliggs 2; Hand Hill, King 74, Rino 47, Higgs 9; Wolf Run, King 32, Rino 122, Iliggg 17; Cameron, King 03, Rino 00, Higgs 84; t ip? ii n;?? 77 HIcmK. Ui? XUIIUU a, , ?*.*v - , .?a Htm, King Ii8, Bine 98, Higga 13; Township Hull, King 11, Rino 117,Iliggs 12; Lynn Camp, King 2, Kino 132, Higgs 20; Ilornbrook's, King 9, liino 83, Higgs 00; Falrview, ljing 7, llino 59, Higgs 52. Moumlivlllo Koton. Elmer Riggs, a young man of twenty yenrs, died Monday of consumption and "was buried yesterday. Tlin County Commissioners were in session yesterday. The business before tliem was principally pertaining to roads. The time for commencing tho .Tnno term of tho Circuit Court has been changed by tho Legislature from tho first Monday to tho first Tuesday. Miss Ida Hammond, who is seriously ill of consumption, is undergoing a treatment by the Koch remedy, but lior physician thinks it is too late'to do her good. Jumps Kingsloy Grimes, brother of tho Kev. G. W. Grimes, lectured at tlio Simpson Jr. E. church Monday night, on "Tho Different l'hascs of Man." llis talk was well received. At the meeting of the city Council last evening flvo applications for liquor licenses were rccoived, and four of tlieui were granted, tho bond of the other man not being filled out right. Tho four successful applicants were John Kull, John Kgan, John Henrietta and Poter Iturk. The tax on each licenso was tixed at $:100. Untitled to tlio IUvst. All are entitled to the best Hint, their money will buy, so every family should have, at once, u bottle of tlio best family remedy, Svrup' of Kigs, to cleanse tho system when costive or bilious. For siilu in ">0c and $1 00 bottles by ull leading druggists. Plminft for Stile. One 0 octave, Chlckering, $25. One tl octave, (iraham A Co., $40. One octave, Kanger & Peterson,$00. Ono <i octave, Chickering. $124. Ono 7 J octavo. R. Von Mindon, $160. One 7 octavo, Weber, $175. Ono 7 octave, Stoinwuy, $300. The above pianos are in perfect condition and aro offered at special bargains. F. W. B.M Jint 4 Co., 1310 Market street. Children Cry for. Pitched Castork HOME HINTS. Tho home Is to society whet the heart is to the body?the vital motive power. When the father is vigorous, tho mother cbctrrful, aud the children happy, It In a heaven on earth. When dlneaio stalks in and fells tho father, prostrates tho mother, or seizes the children, all becomes desolation. To make the homo happy, keep the health secure. Pdverty may come, hut It can bo endured If the health remains. . No health vrns ever maintained without assist- I anco. Health, like tho body must bo supported. But do not mako a mistake and do It foolishly. The test way to sustain the heulth is to assist it. to ttlmulato it. The best way to healthilystimulate is by tho two of pure, unadulterated medicinal whiskey. Doctors havo declared this, scientists-have oouilrmed It, and both havoinsisted that Duffy's Pure Mult Whiskey is the only strictly meaiolual one in the market. In- ( deed, it has become, us It deserves, a household necessity. MARTIN'S FERRY. Pleasant Wedding Yesterday ? ^Etna's IVntor Supply?Other Kotos. MisaCet Peppers, of Stcubenville, is , visiting frienila here. Mr. J. W. Collins, of the Hucna Vista, Va., Glass Company,'ia liomo for a few duja. Grant Ilcndorson will return to Pittaburgh this morning, after a brief vlait bore. T r? fl* ??*? otirl onn Pnnl lint*n returned from' au extenied vfait in Pennsylvania. Work will bo commenced on the works of the Belmont Brick and Tile Company in a fow days. Miss Agnes Devault lias succocifed her sister as "Central" in the telephone office. Miss Kate Dovault will bo tho assistant, J. S. Hnrrlson has hocn elected Presi- , dent of tho People's Savings Bank, and John Armstrong a director, to succeed A. D. Soamon. Yosterday Marshal Westwood and Policeman Bowman took Nelson Barcus. Willinm Braiinon, James Bonar and Eila Brown to St. Clairsvillo, all for drunkonness. Yesterday Marshal Keller, of Bridgeport, left for Albany, Ind., armed with a requisition for the "arrest of John Andrews, ior shooting Richard DeeganB a few weeks ago. Cards are out for tho marriage of Miss Elizaboth Locke to Mr. Thomas Balrd Anderson, at East Liverpool, Juno 4. Miss Locko is a daughter of Rev. Wil linm Loclcc, formerly of Bridgeport. Mr. Charles P. Taylor, nseocluto editor of the Guernsey Timet and a nephew of Hons. J. D. and D. D. Taylor, died at Cambridge on Sunday, uged thirty years. The deceased was a bright young man and was much liked by all who knew him. The /Etna Mill Company rejected the proposition of tho Water Board to furnish the mill with water at $2,500 per annum. It is estimated that (50,000,000 gallons aro used annually, and 80,000,000 will bo used when the mill is enlarged. Tho tnarriago of Mr. P. II. McConnalioy, of Crilliant, and Miss Ida Devault, of Martin's Ferry, was solemnized at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Devault, on North Third street, yesterday at 8 a. m., by Rev. Mr. Wier. of tno Presbyterian church of Brilliant. Tho attendants ' were Mr. E. P. MeGronigle, of Brilliant, and Miss Ella Devault, otMartin's Ferry. Only members of tho two families wore ' presont. The couple left on tho 10 O'clock train far Detroit. Tho bride was manager of the telephone office horo and among the many presents received were forty from the subscribers of tho telephone. BELLAIRE. All Sorts of Local News and Gossip from tin* (Haws City. A good crowd of Bellnirites attends the Garrison trial every day. Tho fruit jar sonson is on and largo lotM Qt ji>w uru' being shipped by tho . manufacturers. Honry Tipples, tho old peddler, has J at Inst Jot Jus petition, $12 per month, with $80 back pay. William Gallagher and Annie Camp were married at tho home of the bride's tnothor last night. Ohio Valley Council, No. 21, Jr. 0. U. A. M., will go to Moundsville on Decoration Day to take part in the celebration there. J. E. Thompson, shoo merchant, of the 8ocond ward, has assigned to A. II. F. Boyd; liabilities and assets not known. Mr. Ross Giflin, late of this county, nnd his bride, neo Miss Annie Kinnoy, of Steubenvillo, are here, guests of Mr. Giflin's parents. " '? m ?.. lU.i ftnilui XOWnsnip Jlinurrt) en v wiun even tho oak trees wcro killed by Sunday morning's frost. All the leaves turned blaek and fell oil'. Mrs. John Howies, of the Fourth ward, is very siek with tho grip. Friends wcro telegraphed for yesterday, tho family despairing of her life. William Grimes, n former resident of this county, now of the southern part of the State, passed through horo yesterday to visit friends in Wheeling. T. J. Ault and W. J. Kelsey, of Smith township, wcro in tho city yesterday on thoir way home from Baltimore, where they sold several cars of sheep last week. Deputy Sheriff William Darby was down yesterday, accompanied by the petit jury, to look at sonio roads that cotno into tho city from the north. A = case is being tried in the Common Please Court lor damages. Mahsokn L. Colvio sells Millinery tho cheapest. llhcunintimn. For thin disease there is nothing hotter than Chamberlain's Pain Halm. The prompt relief which jt affords is alone worth many times its cost, which Is but fifty cents por bottle. Many very had cases have been permanently curcn uy it. For Bale by druggists. The following statement from Mr. Vf. TV Denny; a well known dnlrymnn of New Lexington, Oliio, will be of interest to persons troubled with rheumatism, lie 8hvs: "1 have used Chamberlain's Pain iJiilm for nearly two years, four bottles in all, and there is nothing I have ever ivvd that gave me as much relief for rheumatism. We always keep n bottle of it in the house." For sale by druggists. lxtw L. S.fioon sells dry goods Ihe ehenpest. S'JACOBSOilT ** THEJBE8T. Rheumatism. Neuralgia. If. OgAon, Mich., Ilaserstown, JM., May 17,1890, Anrll ?I lc00 "A half bottle of ?j QllLihckotnr your Invaluable . Mmioucraofroy mcdicln?, Kt,Jncol* waRft lmvc u*c<l St. Oil. cared modf rheu* Jacobs OH for ncu* MtKwcmiiBorthe """ "I"1 '"J""1,11 kneo. ttwtho bcila * CHxlj. cffcctlvo the unlrctM." euro." J. M. L. Po.Tm. Mh. Aons Kitxrr. ._ IT HAS NO EQUAL. STONE & THOMAS-PRY GOODS. Remarkable Bargains! THURSDAY ADD FRIDAY ONIT ?B WILL CpIFIFIEiK, One Case Remnants, Zephyr Ginghams at 8 3-40,.^. One Hundred Pieces CHALLIE BEIGES at An worth 2a A "ZLC, 8 cents. Hundred and Fifty Pieces Dress Ginghams at 6-> An worth A "ZLL/, io cents. Stone & Thomas HOUSE It HERRMANN?FURNITURE, CARPETS. ETC. /x \N. *TY -r* . ft' j7n?* ?LWt J\UN-/iWfly-WiTfj THAT OUR LINE OF Furniture, Carpets and Stoves CAN BE EQUALED . House & Hermann, laOO Main Street. , mylR . y WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PATMKSTT ~W.J. M'FADDEN?FINE WHITE SHIRTS. M. J. McFADDEN. FINE WHITE SHIRTS SPECIAL OFFER! Made to Order For | ^ Son Hoioms* ^ Colors,'English Brown, TM^ 9 doubly ^sewo^ Manilla, Amber, Steel, In round and ipuaSl I . I ifi STIFF HATS M; m front at the Worth S3 and ?3 50, II ^ Js *?*? |2 50. rn' lil,hi 1)0 not Ml tonoo thcue. They rnnnnt Utad return tne for tliin i?rlce anywhere but McPADDIiNU HHHBHHHBHBn money. Straw Hats at all prices. IMI. 0". IMT'IF-A-IDIDIETtT;, One Price Hat and Shirt Store. CHEAPEST STORE IN WHEELING. 1320 and 11122 Market Street, Wheeling. WHEELING INSTALMENT CO-FURNITURE, ETC. S4- Each, Cash or Credit, ON SIX FOOT SOLID OAK Extension Tables. "$! SIX# Oat or Walnut Finished Cfcsis Mam v This Week Only. House Furnishings on Easy Pay: ^ A Large Assortment of Baby Carriages. Wheeling Instalment - - > 1136 TO 1140 MARKET STEEET. JOS. IX. SloArdlo, Mnimier.