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Of tUo Eloctrlo Light Plant Installation for the City. JHE COMMISSION TO TAKE A TOUR. ,4 Proposed Slto for the Plant Near City Vus WorkB Inspected?Mr. Skirl's Judgment to l>c A*kcd-~All lUc Systems to be Inspected. \ (I The Klectric I.lnht Commission liolda a, -rus last night to consider some Bjtltrsin connection with the cftab(ihaient of a plant. Chairman Farrell railed the commission to order a few ji_ii.nt.-a bi'fore 8 o'clock with all the Bcmiiers present but Mr. Keaney. Mr. ftrri ll opened the proceedings by statjjijr tliat the lirst thing to be dono is to Klv.'t ;i ,-i ;lit for tho power house and tocin|>Ii?y an architect to make the plies for the building. lie asked if aaron" i:aJ any place to offer as a site, anil Mr. Punlevey said that Jio and several others had looked over the ground owned by the city uud that they hud hand a place ou the goa works property on the routh tide of Eighteenth street which srerned to suit tUo purposes verv *fll. This hpaco he said would be sufccirnt tor;?plant double the size of the tae j?roj.D-vtl and would in no way in iti, rim <?ub works or tho oncra jv,:i hi any part of it. The city cngit-i: huii been asked to take the level of the < ground and lie had found it j \ c two ami one-half feet higher than !?., of'8I at the lowest point. Mr. Firrcll flaked as to the condition of the earth, and Mr. Kranzhcim replied that it w:i- vellow clay and all natural earth. Mr. Parrcll?"Will you put the dynnv; .. and engines down on the ground or upT" Mr. l'ranzheim?-"We won't put them ootheground at all; they'll be on the foundations." Mr. Karrell?"We've had some e/eperim.v with vibrating engines and loundcti ms in this town." Mr. Dunlevev?"Wo won't put up vibrating machinery. There'll be no Wefitiii^'iioiife churns; in this." Alter touie further inconsequential talk, l)r. Campbell moved that tlie committee adjourn to the proposed site, it loin# not yet dark, and view the prem: (" to that a better understanding of locations might be had. The motion vas adopted and the members walked our to the gas works yard. A tape line was procure-1 and measurements token showing that the city owns a piece of jiromi'l feet in length, seventy-ei^ht ji-vt wide a part oi thewav una sixty ieei nide tlic remainder. This piece of ground is nut in une at all, and without it there is room for four or live new ponieters as large as any now ii) use in t'tc city. It will bo possible to put up the engine and dynamo room without any part of it being nearer than twenty-live feet to the gasometers and tho toiler house can be built so as to lave a space of tweutv-four feet between the front doors of the furnaces ami the nearest gasometer. There will sin) lie room, after all the room needed i >r the present plant is taken, to put in the machinery necessary to furnish l^O lights, or three times" the number cor proposed. While the committee *3." in the neighborhood it was decided to take a look at the gasworks and a shf rt trip through the plant was made. While there the possibilities of getting coal into the gas works and the electoral plant were discussed and a plaii i'-rnittlated whereby tho fuel can be delivered on the cars in the coal sheds. I'jHm reassembling at tfieoffice of the pis tnistecs, Dr. Campbell moved that it.i- nt" (rrnnnd itiuf v!nu*nil hn accepted at- the site of tlie electrical jM)\\ir house. Mr. Farrell naked if there was t?? be 110 other site taken into consideration. Mr. Kobinson said that lie di?l not know of any other property owned by the city that was available and the other members had nothing to ilRr. Mr. Kenney, who had come in after the inspection was made .said lie li"i* d the commissioners wonlu not be ' l.a$ty in selecting a site and would 1* sure to get one that would admit of the works being enlarged indefinitely. He thought there would bo a demand for at least three times the number of lights proposed within a very few years, liis idea beipjjt that the streets of Wheelin: would need more light and that the town oi Fulton and people out along the National road would soon be wanting them. Mr. Kobinson made a statement illustrating it by the map, showimi: that there is ample room at the gas r;^ter some further discussion, Dr. vail'!] luot'on was Pul aIU* Pre" J'r. Campbell then moved thnt Mr. Jonn a. sthjloy, the electrical engineer , ma,?? l?e plana, be telegraphed to tome on nt once and indicate to the commission his views of the location That motion also prevailed a.i'l it was decided that the chairman II a meeting of the commission as fcxm as Mr. Seelev should arrive, and rin. V , shoitld give instrucy,0 a,\00?/ architect, concerning tiu T 0 budding he will waut, ho t I'tons and specilicatious could be i? at "nce an<l the work begun. At tins point there was a lone in uirmai talk as to the best system to and all the members asserted thattho\ were in the dark as to the U il merits of any system. Mr. Fran*iifim that lie had an invitation n the Ft. Wayne Electrical Company to the omiiniasion, to make a < trip tiR the cities lighted by tho difler: systems, that they might select tho ne for themselves. Tho reproicatatives <>i the Ft. Wayne and Brush J : . were presont and very short?>' arranged between themselves that ' commission should bo taken to nttsburgii, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, \ ; and St. Louis, and possibly ? -f.ianapi'lis and Canton, Ohio. On Jhis trip sill the different systems that icive lii.U in for the work could bo seen, and the Ft. Wayne and Brush men that in each city*the commission 1 given over to the representati*of anv other companies that might sh??ur them around. ,! ; p it ion seemed very fair and J w tin* o'liy plan whereby "the comId'tfot the information it de r Without expense to the cityf and ' !i;i n of Mr. Schultze, it was ac1'"' 'K.It decided to lenvn Wlmol-1 :. r.HK ?ext?,or Kttabuish," at iiMu,V ,i 1 anliandie. The party will i n' iv?lve ,noml,l-'r? of the 1 n. I ' ' "Eineer Soely nnd reUl" "I'M tkHh.nijrn'?.,"l|'cr"' 11 or '-i-lit ,iavs p w>" occupy seven w I;!"''*?* lhst Mr. Sceley shall 'i3'?' .UarL ? t0 th? ?rC^>tOCt t,,tf ' ui'.lin uP?n. ?? lI,*t tho plans for ;!>c coa ^.^e ready by 'tho time "uiuMBion returns. Uf ,h? ^fTKLLIGKXCKIl gortl" ixtei!'tVV?'r tI,e Stuun,er pi?? l>nv? V.J. ,Ctt mal,#d fo ,hom *?? por mouth, poiUge fro*. LOCAL BItEVITIKS. Matter* of Minur Moment In antl About lho City. The Itltchie Alumni Asuoclation will give an excursion to-night on the it. K. Phillips. TnitKE disorderlies William Sclielloy, Anrlf \t ..1 1 Mil.,. Mnn.n mm nr. rested yesterday by officer Terrill. The "Sonneborns" would like to play the House & Hermann Jrs. Sunday afternoon. H accepted, answer through tliis paper. A uahmage liconso was yesterday issued to John Ebbert, aged twenty-two, and Lizzie Miller, aged twenty-three, both of Fulton. The residents on the Moundsville enrnn ground erpect to celebrato the Fourth in craiid style. Over $50 have been subscribed to purchaao fireworks. Ykstekkay afternoon the Silver Spur Fishing club, composed of Central glass works boys, left for tho Muskingum river, where they will camp for tho summer. Owing to a misunderstanding in tho bids for brick paving, tho Board of Public Works at its meeting last ovening decided to re-advertise for new proposals for paving. The Baltimore & Ohio Company's building at Benwood has been movod back from the tracks to make room for the handsome now station to be erected there. A Pennsylvania couple tried to get n marriage license from Clerk Hook yesterday, hut the girl was too young. She said they caine here because her father objected to their marriage. Several Findlay glassworkers have returned home for* the summer, among whom are Con Mahonev and wife, Blake Wilcox and wife and Patrick Hobright and James Campbell. General A. B. Caldwell found a lady's purse in the postofllcc lobby yesterday in which there was SIS 45. Ho turned it over to the clerks, and later in the day the owner called for it. \Vomc was pushed in earnest on both ends of the Main street stone bridge yestcrdav. Considerable progress was made in laying stone on the north abutment, and "the excavating gang in the south pit made tho dirt flyTim picnic of the St. Alphonsus Sunday school out at the Park yesterday, was one of the most largely attended of tho season, and in spite of the slight shower in the lorenoon, mi spent a most enjoyable day. Thk members of division No. 1, A. 0. H., will meet this evening to mnke arrangements for the jubilee on Thursday. A full nttendanee is desired by the committee in charge of the arrangements for that occiusion. "The grandest picnic of the season" was held at Glen's Kun grove bv the White Kose Club Sunday. They had a most enjoyable time, and played a gnino of hall, the White Rose vs. iJclpha Athletic Club. Score, 8 to 9, in favor of the White Hoses. Morxixo Star lodge, No. 2, K. of P., will confer the rank of pago on live candidates to-night. This lodge is only one year old, but has done exceedingly well. The first of August the supreme lodge meets in New York, nnd quite a number will go from Wheeling, Washington and Pittsburgh. The first Tuesday night in July the lodge will hold a public installation of officers. ABOUT PEOPLE. Stranger* lu tlio City and Wheeling Folks Abroltd. Dick Hubbell, of St. Mary's, was in town yesterday. Enoch Bail, Esq., the shoe man, left yesterday for England. Will Cnlbcrtson, of Ilendrysburg, 0., is at the New St. Charles. Mips Murcia Brown is liorao from a visit to friends at Richmond, 0. Fred Schrader, of the Eighth ward, has returned from a trip in Kentucky. Miss Mabel Kphlin, of the Island, leaves to-day for a visit to Chicago and St. Louis. Miss Bessie Jepson is home from Fainesville, O., where sho lias been attending school. Mrs. J. M. Brown and daughter, of Parkcrsburg, registered at the Stamm House yesterday. Prof. John H. Romer, principal of tho Fairmont normal school, is visiting friends in tho city. Miss Agnes Ii. Morris, of North Main street, is visiting Mrs. Robert McEldownoy, at New Martinsville. Herbert Harrell, of Ebclin^'s pharmacy, who bus been visiting bis father, at Potomac, returned to town yesterday. Mayor f-cabright will attend tho Labor Day celebration at Steubenville next Monday. It would be incomplete without him. J. 11. Porter, tho architect of tho Terminal company's new depot, arrived in the city yesterday, and has taken rooms at tne'llotel Van Keuren. Mr. Gill Brown, tho engineer, reJiirned yesterday from Boston. Mrs. Brown and her eliild wont on to St. John's, X. B., to spend the sumraor with friends. A. T. Clino, of Grafton, T. M. and C. M. Calvert, of Mannington, George Slemaker and family,of Sistersville, and C!. C. Fulton, of Mannington,were at the Beliler yesterday. Mr. Charles C. Ilook, who has lieen an instructor in tho" manual training department of the Charlotte, X. C., schools, is at his home in this city for tho summer vacation. T. S. Tappan, the photographer, and Willis[u A. tiorby, the r'inulay glass yianufucturcr, left yesterday morning with soveral companions for Winches ter, Kanuolph county, to lien. AV. C. Irwin of Clarksburg, D. D. McNamara and G. N. Sanklander, of Now Martinsville, P. H. Glover, of Karris haw, and George Barrett and wife, of Friendly, were the West Virginians registered at tho St. Charles yesterday. Mr. Harry Basnott, who has for tho East five years been traveling for a toacco factory at lirie, Ph., is in tho city, lie has resigned his former position and on .Tiilv 1 will go on the road for tho AVest \ irginia Toblmcco Company to sell the lied Letter tobacco. ftlMrgan-W?IUel. A pretty church wedding was solemnizeil at St. Joseph's Cathedral yesterday i. <pu, ? ; iiiu4iiiii? lib nun- u num. j lie tunn?tv ing parties were Mr. Charles J. UilleKan, a salesman for M. lteilly, and Misa Kato Wcitxel, a charming young lady of .South Market street. Tho ceremony was performed by llev. Father McKlligott. After the ceremony, which was witnessed by tho intimate* friends and relatives of the happy couple, Mr. and Mrs. Uilleiran left on" tho Cleveland A Pittsburgh train on a bridal trip. Noosk contemplating the purchase of a Blcvc|o can attord to do so until they havo thoroughly examined tho construction and investigated the merits of the Victor and Columbia. Tlieso i wheels aro unsurpassed in tffe world, i and unenualod for American rider*, as shown by their iimnenso popularity. All grades carried in stock. Some secondhand wheels at ridiculously low liricc. Edwarh l. Rosk a Co., So. 51 Twelfth Street, Wheeling, W. Va. ~ A SERIOUS SITUATION. The New Jury Law Places the Courts in a Bad Hole. NO LEGAL JURIES ARE POSSIBLE la tlio Opinions of Lawyers in tho Next Year?The Governor Asked to Call a Special Session of tbe Legislatnro to Find a Itemed jr. Tho new jury law passed by the Inst Legislature is the cause of increasing embarrassment and annoyance, and is likely to cause numerous miscarriages of justice. In about one-third of the countios of theStato circumstances have bo snapea inemseives dv iucky hl-uiuem. that no trouble has been or will be experienced, but in tho majority there can bo no legal juries for a full year. In the first circuit Hancock andOhioeounties are so fortunately situated that thero is no trouble to bo feared on this score, but in Brooke and Marshall the courts have already experienced the embarrassments such a lan? must cause. So grave is tho situation that lawyers have written to Governor Fleming suggesting that tho only way to remedy a bad job Is to convcno the Legislature in extraordinary session and repeal or amend the law. The jury law was passed February 27, and signed by the Governor March 4. It was enacted as a clause of the law that it should take effect ninety days after its passage. The statute provides that tho term of ofiko of the jury commissioners shall begin on the first day of tho June next after their appoint'n r.t *!?!? n>Alt!?!nn (1 llirl1 tUV'ii! ill uin ML una jhmhoiuu, ? j??; commissioner appointed after June 1 cannot net until June 1, 1892. In very few of the counties were the commismissioners appointed untilafter June 1. In tho next year, therefore, there can be no legal jury. The inconvenience and lose to civil suitors that such a state of affairs must entail is regarded as a minor consideration compared to the difficulties which may, indeed must, arise' in regard to criminal prosecutions. An indicted criminal is entitled to "a speedy trial," and the law says that he must be tried within three terms of the court. Three terms will elapse before the jury commissioners appointed under the now law can discharge their duties. That, means a wholesale jail delivery all over the State, ns every criminal awaiting trial in the State will have the right after three terms of court have passed without his being arraigned, to demand his unconditional release . A serious question is suggested by some lawyers, us 10 wueuier uie jtir\ commissioners Appointed before June 1 can legally serve. If the law was approved March 4, only 88 days had elapsed before June 1, and commissioners appointed before that time were appointed, it is suggested by those who take this view, before the act became a law, and so arc not commissioners at all. If this view is correct, there is not n county in the State which can have a legal jury inside the next veift The law was certainly very bunglingly drawn anil passed, and it will bo necessnrv to find a remedy or suffer serious evils. * Tin? filnMN Shut Down. Those window and Hint glass factories that did not shutdown on Saturday will do so to-day for the annual stop that will last until Soptember 1, and possibly a month later. All the factories have or will close down, except three or tour where electric light bulbs are made. The stron" and constant demand for the bulbs will not allow the usual shutdown, and in the case of these factories special permission was given by the A. F. G. ?. ofticials to continue the work. Jn Wheeling the onlv factory that did not shut down Saturday was tho North Wheeling bottle works, which will quit to-day. Fired for Finnogtn. A rumor was current yesterday that Charles Straub, of the fsiugara engine house, had been removed by Chief Healcy. Investigation showed that there was at least.some foundation for the statement. Mr. Strai'b was notified by the Chief yesterdav that he would have to go. It is said a man named Wilson, now at the hook and ladder house, is to take Straub'e place, and a man named Finnegan, now employed at the B. & 0. station, will take Wilson's place. Klectrlc Light* nt the ,?tna. The jEtna mill will bo lighted with forty electric arc lights. Til; company will nuf. in itn mrn ilvntamn Thn fionr. ing furnace there is ljeing rebuilt. Work on the addition is progressing rapidly. Considerable repairing will be done during the summer stop, which may begin to-day. Colllalou on the C., L. & W. At 1:40 p. m. yesterday freight engines Nos. 18 nnd 387, of the C., L. A W. company, collided at Bridgeport on a short curve, lioth engines lost their pilots and two freight cars were demolished. The train men jumped and escaped injury. No explanation of the accidcnt was obtainable. Alumni Auoclntlon llmiqnet* The alnrani association of the Madison school care its annual banquet last night A Driet but very entertaining musical and literary programme was rendered, after which Zicgenfelder sorved the banquet, which was elegant. Numerous toasts wero responded to. Officers 111 ret ?d. Friendship Council No. 1, Jr. 0. U. A. M., has olectod officers as follows: George Klndlebcrgor, C.; Henry Tier son, >. ; j. u. liau, secretary; 1A1. Schneidcr, F. S.; T. W. Simpson, S. T.; S. It. Graves, Warden, and also representatives to tho State Council. Tlio Grout <>rnnt Slntu?. Chicago, June 29.?Tho Grant statue, the largest bronze ever cast in America, arrived in Chicago to-day ready to bo erected in Lincoln Park. It will be unveiled during tho Twenty-third reunion of the Army of Tennessee. Invitations to attend and respond to toasts at the banquet will be sent to President Harrison and his cabinet, ex-Presidents Cleveland and Hayes, Henry Watersou, ex-Governor Gordon, of Georgia, General Vilas, of Wisconsin, and to many of the most distinguished men in afl parts of the country. #.1.4:i> __ Behmn, June 20.?Tho emperor In conversation with Ilcrr Nissct, chairman of the Hamburg-American steamship company announced that tho ilreibund was yesterday prolonged lor nix years. For rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, cramp nnd colic there is no remedy superior to the genuine Dr. Thomas Eclcctric Oil. hi, A NARROW K6CAPUS. A Houau up Ntnokj-nril Il.illovv lturliea anil the Inautrt Narrowly Eacapr. Sunday night a house about ii?inile up Stackyard hollow from the pike burned, and Mrs. John Lawrence mid a newly born infant had a narrow escape from a horrible death. Iler husband was away from home, and a hired man, the only other momber of the household, was at a distance in the fields. .Mrs. Lawrence was literally enveloped in flames when she summoned strength to gather up her babe and make her escape, huff crawling, from the house. Yesterday she was very ill from her experience, but will recover. Tliu house was entirely destroyed. The loss to Mr. Lawrence is' very heavy. THE NEW GLASS TRUST. Th? United States <;1um Company and What It Aim* nt. The United Stales Glass Company is tho name of a new combination glass company that was organized last Saturkay. It is organized under the laws of Pennsylvania, and goes into full force and effect on and after July 1st, thin year. The capital stock is $4,000,000, the following companies are now in it, and at least five otherir will be by the first of July: The O'Hara Glass Cotnriy, Geo. Duncan & Soils, Adams Bros. # Company? D. C. Ripley & Company, King Glass Company, iiryce Bros., Challinor, Taylor ?fc Company, Richards and Hartley, Bellaire Goblet Co.. Columbia Glass Uo., Nicklo Plate Glass Co., Gilliiuler & Sons, and the Hobbs Glass Co. One member from each of the above namedglass companies constitute a Board of Control. The product of nil is under the manacemeut of the new company. Tho object is to lessen the' cost of production and disposing of it. The permanent ofllcors will be selected on the 10th of July It will reduce tho number of salesmen and the oilice force, at each of the factories and unless it is eaten up in the main oflico they calculate on a big saving in this way. 2fo Chnngo at tho Windsor. Eastern parties are tying to leoso the Hotel Windsor. An IxTEt.i.iGEXcr.n reporter asked .Mr. Charles llobbs yesterday what the prospects were that there would be a change. Mr. llobbs said several parties were anxious to buy or lease, but so far thore was little prospect of a now management taking hold. NOTES ON NAVIGATION. Stage ot Water nnd Movement* of Ilouts. Tho River Iiitcrentit. The marks on tho landing showed 0 feet (i inches, withJho river falling. The reports from above were: Motgnntown?I feet 0 i/irhos nnd stationary; weather cloudy and warm. Brownsville?I feet 3 inches and fall-" ingj weather clear and warm. Warren?1 foot and falling; weather The Scot ill passed up for Pittsburgh vesterdav at 4 5! 111.?The Jratt F. Allen left for tlie same port at 0 n. m.?At6 p. m. the Ben Hur got awav for Parkersburg. At 8 a. ni. to-dav the Hudson and tho II. K. Bedford will leave for Pittsburgh ?Tho Kevstpno fitute will pass down for Cincinnati at 8 a. m.?The Courier la the Parkersburg packet, and will leave at 11:30 a. ra. THAT WKI.UsntTKO FERItY CASE, 7b the Editor of the. Tntetlbjencer. Sik:?In rntmrt} 'tn fin nrtirlfl nnnfnr. ing in your [Saturday's issue, the farts nre as follows: On Sfay 11) our regular pilot went to Wheeling to have his licenso renewed, and left Ora McCreary, of Wcllsburg, an unlicensed though thoroughly competent pilot, in chargo for one day, upon which Joseph Dunning,'of Brilliant, a forinereinpioyo.who was recently discharged off our boat on account of drunkenness, through spito reported this trifling irregularity to the authorities, whereupon we entered voluntary appearnuco and settled the matter, without the necessity of being in charge of an officer, as Btated in the article referred to. 0. 51. Waddle, C. I. Waddle, Owners of Wcllsburg and Brilliant ferry. Brilliant, 0., June 20. 1)1 CD. i) inrrrw r?? ! <? on 1001 ?? JWW'VUl* 1 ?VU .'IIIUWU f, VltJiU 1?>'I| UV (I o'clock p. m., William Kadcuff, uged 31 years. Funeral from his Into residence, ou South Huron street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Friends of the family Invited. Interment at Greenwood cemetery. SKABKIGIIT? At Martin's Ferry, Ohio, on Sunday, June 28. isn, ut \ o'clock a. m., Charles SEAiiKioirr, In the 00th year of his age. Funeral from his late residence, at Martlu's Ferry, at 2 o'clock p. m.. Tuesday, Juno HO. OTTO?On Monday evening. June 29, 1811, at 11:20, f. w. Otto, in his 06th year. Funeral notice hereafter. yjAfspil SPRAINS. | BRUISES. Ohlo&Mlss.Ralhr&y. I _ _ _ . .. . Omco President and '*Q eirow? General Manager, Baltimore, Md.. Cincinnati, Ohio Jan y 18, 1E90. "My foot anddealy "* WQS D ??d ??dturned nud gave mo ly in hip and lido by " \cry, '?.rorS!y a fall iui<l buRered sc.pmlnfd ankle. Tlie ,.?v. n? applleatlouof St. vcre,y- " Jacob.Oil Jacobs Oil twulteil at completely cured once to ?relief ftorn mo." w*.C. IlAitDE*, '* \V.W. rr-Anonr, Member of Stnto Prest. A Gen'l Mnn'gr. Legislature. THE CHARLES A. VOGEIER CO.. BaHliww. Mi pROPOSALS FOKSTllEET PAVING. Sealed proposals will bo received at the office of the Bonnl of Public Works of the City of Wheeling until 12 o'clock noon. Monday. July 0. lsui, for paving streets tfth'Vitrlfled Paving Hrlck. llids uiust ih? by the square yunl. tho city furnishing the brick and tar. Specifications can Int seen at the ofllco of the Board of Public Works. The successful bidder will be required to giro bond with two securities. In theueunl sura of (3,000, conditional for the faithful per* formntice of. tho contract. The Board vscrvc* the richt to reject anv or all bids. Proposals to bo marked 'Proposals for Street Paving." By order of tho Board of Public Works. Je30 X, M. DAKRAir. Clerk. OPTICIAN. The old or young whose eyes need attention, or Classes do not suit, can consult and have their eyes scientifically tested for Glasses wKhout charge by PROF. SHEFF, the Optician, at Lash's Jewelry Store, corner Main and Eleventh stroets. The only exclusive Optical Department in the State. MO-uivr G. MENDELA CO-FOLDING BEDS. ^ FOLDING BEDS. H : ' I.Ti ffft'. f tapi Q \A/E can show a larger line of FOLD- U WVV ing BEDS than the combined stock V* .jfjjJ'.l ".'tytit it' CO of any three houses in the State. It will U be to your advantage to inspect our stock be- S ? O fore purchasing. ? G MENDEL & CO. 1124 MAIN STREET. O fcl . I FOLDING BEDS: .. . . I "* JW."gM^HEIMEB?FRENCH CHALLIES 49! - 491 - 49! 1,2jo yards All-Woo! French Challies reduced to 49C. 1,700 yards French Mull, equal in color and finish to $ 1 00 India Silk, only 3SC2,joo" yards yard-wide American Challie, ' 1 IOC a yard800 yards yard-wide Batiste, 8ca >*ardi,8oo yards Hemstitched Black and White Lawn 25, 31 and 37c. 300 pairs liace Curtains reduced nearly one-half. , 2, joo New Wrappers, Waists, &c. EMSHEIMER'S, _ 18 and 20 Eleventh Street. THE GREAT LIVER and fmmp? Wl |!#M STOMACH REMEDY. Indigestion?Sick Headache?Constipation. ~ IU USB SIXTY XUARS. If your druggist does not keep them, will sond by mall on receipt of prico, 25 CENTS A BOX, plain or sugar coated. Prepared only by JWO. 6. McLAIW & SON, WHEELING, W.VA. FREW A BEl^TSCHV?FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING. Our First Word is Bargains AndAU From a Practically Unlimited Lino of BRIGHT -K* iuir\x/ cnr\/i cc i>! l^ vy o i i lwlo this sf^rxistg-. Facts and Figures Convince All Comers That we Offer ths Opportunity of the Season In Parlor and Bed Room Suits, Mantel Mirrors, Standing Cabinets, Wardrobes and Sideboards, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Window Shades, Rugs and MatsT T* T1 N T-I r?Ti A T/T\ TO ULNUC-Kl AM1NU. In this department our facilities are unsurpassed. We are prepared to conduct burials in a most satisfactory manner. All modern undertaking appliances. A NEW WHITE FUNERAL CAR, the finest in the city. Also, a FINE BLACK FUNERAL CAR. Competent managemen} guaranteed. FREW&BERTSCHY 3NTo- XXX7 Main Street. iVfTTTTTTTtTvy > > ?TyTTyy^m?TTryT?y?TT?yTyyTtyTTTVyTT?Tf?ym?yTfTy ED. L. ROSE & CO.?HEADQUARTERS FOR WHEELS. EDW. L. ROSE & CO. Manufacturers' State Agents for YICTOB, COLUMBIA. A*k Exitericncod It id era their Oninion of these Wheel*. * A Large Stock of the Following, at Prices Snro to Suit: 51 TWELFTH ST., J. L. BALLARD. Wheeling,w.va. ^SSSSS^SSStKBSBKBSKV^" Manager.