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HEW LIGHT ORDINANCE
Votod (lowu In Commlttoo. Gather
ing ol Roproaontatlvo Mon.
SUCH FRANCHISES WORTH MONEY.
.r|,D Council Commlttco <>i? l'|Kh,B
Hears til" AiJCUinciiU <>f >'?? Nmv
1.,11-un lllcctrlc lJ?ht Company ">
1'ttvor ol'tlio Ordinance.
An interesting meeting ot tho council
committee on real e.tato was hold hist
.;,t nt tliu city built'!"?' i'1" or
dinance presented at tho l?t meeting
?i council by tho lMlnoii Ucctnc 1. uht,
i, aml l'ower companv had been
r, iVi-reil to the commlttoo for luvestiga
(1 ;? Besides tho members ot tho com
?-U0o tho following gentlemen, rq.ro
H.iitiiv; the company, woro present:
rneys Henry M. KumoUi '
Iknrno and John A. Howard, Col.
Thomas O'Brien and Messrs. bun
y..j1(Jr Alex Mitchell, A. ltoli and l>r.
Charles M. lVmsell. 'fie ordinance
l'r-' read, and tho committal then
I,"...mil to tho argument) of tl,u com"
''"?Vr" 11,;![rvL'm'U 1 Kut'aol 1 explained at
ui tAU the wishes of the company. The
? ? tint tho introduction oi olcetric |
incandescent Ughtlng would cause a de
in the city s receipts from con
oi illuminating sat was cliarnc
t r xdbv Mr. UusseU as groundloss.
In proof of this 1.0 read it letter troin
Mr II. i'. Stifol, a stockholderin n bt.
i. ,!ii= -an company, in which tho writer
J . ..I that tho receipts from gas woro
. now than they had been boforo
tl .? iiitroiluctiou oi electric lighting, in
, itv of ?. bonis. I" reply to a qncs
. n; to which cities woro wing the
?. Cincinnati and Columbus' in
l'ltt-'hnreh, he said, a plant was in
course oi construction.
Mr Frank llearno said that tho
d.uli'ch proposed to bo used by his
cmpanv were twenty inches wiilo at
bottom; llie pipes in v.hich tho
? Viiric cables are contained were-J
indies in diameter, and twenty leet
luii "''Hon" tiie pipo m trout of oacn
ln.u"e, are openings, so that, in case the
lo??e owner wishes to nave electric
P'.'it nut in, all that is necessary to do
i- to run a service cable from tlio con
duit into the house.
t\il. Tiionuis O'Brien argued in fa\or
"ranting tho company the ordinance.
II,r,i if it was fair, for tho city to
i,i|, to herself tho privilege of furnish
in.' light to her citizens, llie new
t inpany was willing to bind itself
to oppose the city or any private
,...monition'going into thoclectriclight
[? ? business at anv time. As tho prcs
, n't gas property, worth over S300,000,
luii been built with the contributions
i ?' the ":is consumers, Council should
not be so unfair as to make tho gas
consumers continue to pay more tor
li -li* tiiau it rnav be worth. It is not
"" V, to pile lip Oil newspaper olhces.
CI stores and manufacturing cstablisli
Oil the 3,600 consumers ot gas,
t". co-t of building every twenty years
a nl'int worth $500,000. The time has
come to open the doors to equaro com-,
i.. lition. 'i'lie Colonel did not think
that tho people would sustain Council
ii it voted to reserve to the city a mon
uiiJvin lighting the houses ot liercit
i vr,i His company would nt any time
welcome tiie city in the business, but
! |. thor.-ht the company could give a
W.ter and cheaper light than that now
Mr. Pollock interposed the objection
that ii the city at any time wished to
co into the electric light business, alter
having granted to the company the
privileges asked" for, it would tincl that
tho company controlled the Edison
patents, and, as the city could not ob
tain the use of them, could furnish* a,
butter light than the city. Col. O'Brien
said that he understood Mr. Pollock to
put himself on record as favoring tho
continuanco of an imposition on tho
people, as ho wished to maintain the
present monopoly, even though light
would cost more money than it could
be furnished for by a private corpora
tion. Mr. Pollock thought none of the
gentlemen present would be mislead by
C ol. O'Brien's statement, and showed
how the city had been continually lower
ing the price of gas; that he thought it
cculd be furnished for still less than the
present price, and "that as soon as tho
people asked for a reduction they would
Mr. Alex Mitchell hero showed tho
committee a pamphlet containing illus
trations of the company's appliances,
explaining that the conduits are laid
within eighteen inches of the curb, and
usually in alleys, so as to reach the
Mr. \V. 11. llcarnc talked on the sub
ject for some time, and thought that
the city would find the legislature just
as hard to move in the matter of grant
ing the city the privilege oi furnishing
electric light tor domestic use, as the
former legislature was difficult to con
vince. Mr. Pollock said that the city
was permitted to purchase the plant ot
tho present company, at a price fixed
by arbitration, and "thus go into the
lijdit business himself. In reference to
Mr. Pollock's complaint, that the city
would be unablo to use the Edison
patents, if it granted his company tho
rights ^ requested, Mr. llcarnc asked
what likelihood there was that the city
would want to uso them. Would you,
he a-ked, prevent your own citizens
from going into a legitimate business,
because, forsooth, you m!iy at one time
want to use tho Edison patents?
Mr. Howard also argued in favor of
granting t he company the ordinanco
presented for consideration. Mr. How
ard thought the fact that the city de
rives a revenue from her gas "plant
should be no reason why she should
prevent her citizens from getting a
cheaper and better light than they arc
now getting. Ko mutter who furnished
li'-xht, if it was better than that now
provided, the citizens ought to be al
lowed to have it.
. 1 >r. Campbell remarked that tho ques
tion oi granting tho ordinance seemed
to he turning about one point. He sug
gested that it was about time that the
city yet something tor her valuable '
franchises. Sl;o got nothing from the I
street car company, nor from tho natural
gas company except a littlo free gas, I
nor did sho get anything from other
corporations to whom she had granted !
franchises. Colonel O'Brien wanted to ,
know if it was fair to ask his company
to pay tor something that other coni
1 a]lies had obtained free. l>r. Camp
?eil replied, that because former Coun
cils had set bad precedents was no ron
ton this council should do so. Colonel
O'Brien suggested that perhaps it was
bccauso of the illiberalitv of tho city
that manufacturing establishments had
. A motion was made to go into execu
tive session* and before the company's
representatives left, Colonel O'Brien
asked that tho committee report the or-.
dinanco back to Council without any
recommendation if it felt disinclined to
favor itn adoption.
Whim the committee was at last
alono a motion was made to report the
ordinance back to Council with the
recommendation that it he not granted.
Dr. Campbell opposed such hanty ac
tion and did not think, the committeo
should net without more deliberation.
He could not free how the members
could have looked into tho matter
HUlIieiently in ho short a time, and fa
vored postponing action. The motion
to report unfavorably was put and car
ried, Dr. Campbell voting no.
Matter* of .Minor Monmnt In and About
Matin nr. at the Grand to-day.
Tuk Grand this owning ?* "Littlo
Tiihuj: was not a caso in the police
Tin: Council committoo 011 police is
called to meet this evening.
Om.y one deed of trust was admitted
to record by Clerk Hook yesterday.
Pay day at the Itiversido and Wheel
ing steel works and the Boggs ltun
Tiff Wheeling Cyclers will give a pri
vate hop at Teutonia hall 011 Wednes
day, November 11.
A child of Clark Craft, of Fast
Wheeling, aged three, drank carbolic
acid and was horribly burned.
r.i.MCTitic car U burnt out yesterday
in front of Kbcling's pharmacy, and
was taken to the barn with much
McMeciie.v <k Sow yesterday received
a car load of ap pics over the Terminal
road from Wetzel county. They are to
be used for jelly.
William McCullough yesterday gavo
bond in the sum of SoUO in thoolliceef
the clerk ot the circuit court and was
released from jail.
Tuk clothing of a little child of
Luther Miller's, who lives at West
Wheeling, accidentally caught lire, and
she was burned to death.
Rosu: Ml'mfoui), aged three, whoso
parents live in the Eighth ward, wan
dered away from home about 1) o'clock
yesterday morning, and was not found
till late in the afternoon. Her patents'
distress can be imagined.
Tin: comedy drama of "O'FIynn in
Mexico" was received with so much
favor here that Manager Genther has
secured them for a return date, and
they will appear November IS and ID,
opening with a matinco Wednesday,
Ox Wednesday evening little Willie
Embody was surprised at his home on
South Eotf street, by a number of his
young friends. The evening was spent
in playing games. Refreshments wero
served, and the children enjoyed them
The international week of prayer for
young men and Young Men's Christian
Associations will begin on Sabbath,
November S. Dr. Cunningham, of the
First Presbyterian church, will have
for his subject .Sabbath evening "Young
Men." The young men oi the city and
the friends of young men will be hearti
ly welcomed and furnished with seats.
Ma. Henuy Gill, well known by the
sobriquet of "Phosphate Harry,"' and
an account of whose reappearance after
a long absence was contained exclusively
in the Intelligence!! some time ago,
died Thursday evening after a long
illness. Tho funeral will take place
this morning from the residence below
Forty-eighth street; the burial will bo
at the Peninsular cemetery.
Quite a number oi friends of Will 1J.
Kain called on him last evening, to
celebrate tho seventeenth birthday of
the host. Tho young people did not
forcet to take a liberal supply of cake
and cream on which to regale them
selves when they becaino tired of
games. A most enjoyable time was had
by all present, and in leaving all wished
their host a happy and prosperous
Rev. D. M. Kemeker, of Pittsburgh,
chairman of the Lutheran Synod of
Pennsylvania, is in tho city, tho guest
of Rev. Paul Zeigelmeyer, of the Ger
man Lutheran church, llis mission
hero is to start a revival among the peo
ple of tiiat denomination. Ho will hold
services to-morrow morning and even
ing, in the Mozart ?IIall, corner of
Thirty-eighth and Jacob streets, to
which the public is cordially invited.
"West Virginia Hits His Vnncy.
Mr. N. D. Haven, of Kew York city,
passed through yesterday on his way
East with Mr. M. V. Richards, of the B.
& O. Mr. Haven represents eastern
parties who have large southern inter
ests and have had their attention at
tracted to West Virginia. To an Intel
ligencer reporter he said: "Your state
seems to have everything worth having.
I have been makingsomeinvestigations,
and while I had heard a great deal, I
am agreeablv surprised. I hope to come
this way again before long."
Trof. AVilliam Armstrong will give his
seventh recital for pupils and mem
bers of their families exclusively at his
rooms 011 Market street this afternoon
at three o'clock. A verv artistic per
formance is certain to be enjoyed by
those so fortunate as to bu present.
The programme is mado up oi very at
Tiieue is nothing like Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil to quickly cure a cold or
relieve hoarseness. Written by Mrs.
M. J. Fellows, Burr Oak, St. Joseph
county, Mich. daw
Thirtv-sixpairs of Men's Hand Sowed
Congress Shoes, with damaged Goring
?must be closed out this week?at
$2 00, regular price $0 CO.
L. V. Blond.
Closing out ladies' fine hand welt
Button Shoes at $2 30, worth 30, at
Stone's Cash Shoe Stoke.
Grand Turtle Sour lunch Saturday'
evening, at Henry Eichenburg's, 1100
McColloch street. Everybody invited.
Rots Clothes and
TWO LEAGUE PLAYERS
Slffnod for tho St. Louis Browna In
thin City lnat Ni?ht.
CHRIS VOH DER AHE IN THE CUT.
lift will go homo wit 11 .lark GIuhkuocU'h
and Buckley'* ContrnclH in his Grip.
Glasscock any* they ?ot all they
Asked?other Ilall Players here.
this is ciiitih. stooil around tlio
windows of tho MeLuro hoiiao writing
room to sco him. Chris and Manager
G. II. Schmelz, of tho Columbus team,
stopped hero last evening on their wav
to tho J'hiladclnhia meeting. Jack
Glasscock knew they were coming, and
so did K. 1). Buckley, who caino hero to
meet Chris. Chris was smarting under
the signing of some of his men
by league teams, and ho had blood in
his eye and a lot of blank contracts in
his grip. After talking with tho two
New York players from about S to 12
o'clock, they both signed to play with
St. Louis. Glasscock said they were
givon everything they asked lor. If
they are alive next season, both added,
they would play in tho Browns. Both
had grievances against tho Now Yorks,
and it is hard to siy which was gladder
that the contract was signed.
Jesse Burlcett was ni| conversation
with Von dor Abe also, but ho.did not
sign, and it is understood ho resisted
all inducements o lie red to go back on
his contract with theClovolands. Buck
enberg, who is visiting hero with his
wile, was also in the party, but tho visit
did not concern him in a business way.
There was as much interest in the little
meeting, almost, as if the President oi
these United States had stopped over
And Petitions Considered liy Council Com.
inltteoH on Ileal lvttnto mul Account*.
Th.o Council committee on accounts
met last night and examined the city
books, but did not finish, and will meet
again next Tuesday evening, before the
meeting of council. Bills were passed
aggregating'$672.85. Frank Gr use's bill
for $198, for holding police court in the
absenco of tho mayor, was referred
back to Council, with a recommenda
tion to reject. Tho newspaper bills for
advertising Mayor Seabnght's emanci
pation and Labor j)ay proclamation
mot with tho same fate.
The committee on real estate passed
bills aggregating $2(55 *10. Petitions
from "William 31. Henderson, colored,
and Charles Klapi, for leases of city
property, were presented. Klapf's
was referred to the Board of Public
Works and Henderson's to a sub-com
mittee composed oi Messrs. Emsbeimer
DKIt AHE, tho
baso ball* "mag
net" of tho St.
earned his right
to tho titlo of
evening, by tho
crowds of curi
ous peoplo who
Strangers in tlio City and Wlioollng Folic k
C. C. Smith, of Charleston, is at the
Alex Bebout, of Fairmont, registered
yesterday at the Stamm House.
Wr. Will Stono is in the East buying
an extensive line of goods for the" fall
Rev. D. S. Hammond and Miss Lena
Hammound, of Moundsville, were at the
McLure house yesterday.
J. I). Lippincott and J. L. Winnett, of
Pittsburgh, both well known traveling
freight agents, are at the McLure.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mock, of Parkers
burg, and Mr. and Mrs. E. 15. Wayne, of
Mannington, were at the Behler yester
Mr. George M. Snook, the popular
Main street dry goods merchant, has
returned from an extended eastern
Judge II. II. Cochran, who went
home to Toledo to vote for McKinley
and protection, is back at the McLure
house. His son, Mr. Negley J). Cochran,
editor of tho Toledo Commercial, accom
panied him here for a short visit.
I'romlsiii;; now Whist Club.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. liiheldaHer enter
tained the Young Married Peoples'
Whist club Thursday evening at their
new home on Fourteenth street. There
are about twenty-six members, and they
propose meeting every two weeks dur
ing tho winter. Keeping good hours is
a rule of the club, beginning at eight
and leaving at twelve, refreshments be
ing served at eleven. The members are
Mr. and Mrs. Kiheldafler, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed B. Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. I). Carter
List, Mr. and Mrs. Peebles Tatum, Dr.
and Mrs. Aschman, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kolsey Hall, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Weist
linj:, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Reed. Misses
Julia Wilson, .Mary Dickey, Mary Camp
bell, Ada Simpson, Virginia Hopkins,
Messrs. B. S, Allison, George Vardv,
Will Ewing, S. B. Harrison and Charles
By innumerable cures, Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, has won for itself a most
I've been suffering for tho past three
weeks with a strained wrist. I tried
Salvation Oil, and I lind myself, after
having used one bottle, entirely cured.
Ciias. Keyskk, 190 Mulberry St., Balti
Read Emshoimer's "ad" on third
The following is an example of what
is dono in Wheeling building associa
tions. A young man had four shares,
paid $1 each week for 3(34 weeks, $:!G4.
lie drew out at end of that time $520.
Try tho now Wheeling Building Asso
ciation. Meots at ollice of Franklin
Insurance Company, 34 Twelfth street,
next Saturday night for reception of
For. a family Hour Taylor's Best has
no superior. tuas-3
Having secured a lease on tho Bots
ford propertv, near tho new union
depot, where I will open a tirst-class
Saloon and Restaurant on December 1,
I now otFor for sale my saloon complete
situated at No. 2100 Main street.
M. E. Lally.
, % ??
LS.Good sells dry goods tho cheapest.
Gakfield.Tea corrects evils of over
eating., and restores to health tho liver,
kidneys and bowels. x o ?
PUAYEU roil YOUNG MEN.
Programme of tlio Coming Wock'nSorvlccft
by tlio Y. M. C. A.
The second wool: in November is ob
served cnch year by tlio Young Men's
Christian Associations nil over tlio
world us a special season of prayer for
young men. As heretofore, the associ
ation of this city lias made arrange
ments to observe the week. Most of
the ministers of the eitv will join in its
obsorvanco by prencfiing either to
young men or about young men at their
morning or evening service to-morrow.
Some oi the ministers will also devote
thoir Wednesday evening sorvicea next
week to thcintercatH of young men.
Kev. A. II. Zimmcrmanu, of Mary
land, a successful evangelistic worker,
will spend the week with tlio associa
tion and will address all of the sneclal
meetings at tlio association building,
lie will also preach in the Fourth
Street M. E. church to-morrow evening
and in tiio Third Presbyterian church
next Sunday evening.
Tlio regular young men's meeting will
be held at the Young Men's Christian
Association building this evening at
7:!50 o'clock. In addition to Mrs.'Zim
mormann, E. L. Hamilton, the now gen
eral secretary of the Martin's Vorry
association, will take part in the meet
ing. The meeting for men at 4 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon will be an un
usually interesting one. In connection
with the interesting address there will
bo good quartott and congregational
singing. Young men's meetings will bo
held every night next week at 8 o'clock
except "Wednesday, when the meeting
will begin at 8:4."). All young men of
tlio city aro invited to all of tliese ser
"Our Irish Visitors."
The next attraction at the Opera
House will bo Thomas K. Murray's
"Our Irish A'isitors," who will bo on
hand to pur ovorvbodv in a good humor
noxtMonday night, 'fhestar is Thomas
K. Murray. No one doubts that Mr.
Murray is the most popular Irish come
dian on the stngo and a great deal of
interest is naturally manifested in Ins
revival # of his first success, that has
made him more money and friends than
any comedy ho ever presented. Mr.
Murray has a rich Irish brogue, is a
good einser and a dancing wonder. lie
has surrounded himself with an excel
lent company and everything points to
a packed house.
"Koclty Mountain Wiilf."
The Grand contained a large audience
last night to see Little Goldie in the
"Kocky Mountain Waif." The scenery
is perhaps the most realistic ever seen
in the city, each set is a fac simile from
nature, the great snow storm in the
liockies gradually clearing up, showing
the grandest of all scenic ellects. Pike's
Peak and Manitou Springs by moon
light is one oi tlio best of the many
beautiful sets. Little Goldie and "The
Rocky Mountain Waif" aro certainly a
great success. This afternoon a mati
nee takes place, and this eveningwill be
the last appearance of Little Goldie.
Vroolnml'n Oporutlo Minstrols.
Tiiis line company of minstrels will
commence a three nights' engagement
at the Grand on Monday evening next.
This is said to be a fine company and
one of the best minstrel companies on
tlio road. They give a chaste and re
fined performance, and twentv-livc ar
tists will appear. The singing is a fea
ture with this company, and wherever
they have appeared tliev have made
the reputation of being one of the best.
The best people everywhere are their
patrons. They give a matinee for ladies
and children on Wednesday afternoon.
Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup was
used for years as a prescription by a
successful physician. It is in all re
spects the best cough medicine made
to-day. Sold by all dealers on a guar
antee of satisfaction. daw
Tlio ltoxH I'lonr.
M. Reilly has secured the sole agencv
for Stewart's Best Flour, and will always
have a supply of this celebrated brand
Oru $1 75 men's line Seamless Con
gress are cheap at $2 50.
Stone's Cash Shoe Stork.
Good bread is indispensiblo in the
family. You get it by using Taylor's
Edw. L. Rose & Co. have a large stock
of second-hand typewriters, comprising
all of the standard makes, which they
arc ofl'ering at extremely low prices,
beicf: anxious to dispose of them before
opening up their goods for the holi
days. Attention given to typewriting
and shorthand work.
We desire to say to our citizens that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well
or that have given such universal satis
faction. AYe do not hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price if satisfac
tory results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their merits. Lo
gan Drug Co., Druggists. 1
If you need glasses or vour eyes tire
or head aches when reading or sewing,
consult and have your eyes tested for
glasses without charge by Prof. Shefl",
the Optician, at Lash's, corner Main,
and Eleventh street. tt1i?3
DAVIS?On Thursday, November 5, 1S01, nt 10
o'clock a. in., Sarah Davi?, aped SO years.
Funeral from the residence of her son-in law,
Edward liutlor, Saturday nt 10:30 a. in. In
terment at the Stone Church Cemetery
Friends of the family invited. <?
CAIIR?Thursday, November 5,1S91. at 2 o'clock
p. m., Lula II., only daughter of Charles 11.
and Oella C. Carr, in the 19th year of her
Funeral from the resideneo of her parento, 707
Market street. Saturday afternoon ut 2
o'clock. Friends of the family arc invited,
to attend. Interment at Greenwood Ceme
THE NEXT MORNING'T FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
lly doctor twys it acts Kcntly on tho c'.omncli,
-liver and kidneys, and Is n plea.saut laxative. This
drink Ih nuido from herbs, and Is prepared for use
as cufillr r.i tea. It In railed
All druggists stli It at i**-. una futi per jiuoKutfu.
nay one unlay. Lane'* I''uintl v .^lrdicinc
Moves tho Howclt each day. In order to be
healthy, this Is necessary.
G. MENDEL & CO.-CARPETS AND FURNITURE,
Ono-tlilnl of a persona life is spent Our dressers aro made not only for
in bed, find it can bo spent comfortn- service, but to please the eye as well,
bly if 0110 of our superb suites unices and our beds have the merit of careful
your sleeping apartment. workmanship and dainty"flniHli.
It require.1) very littlo money to se
cure a stylish and commodious arti
cle, such as years ago \vould have
cost quadruple tho prcsont price.
In modern elegant chamber furni
ture wo have an assortment that will
surely pleaso tho most critical, at bed
G. MENDEL & CO.
1124: HVLA-IIsr STEBHT.
See the SOLID MAHOGANY SUIT in our
GEO. E. STIFEL &. CO.-KID GLOVES.
Special Sale Saturday Evening, Noy. 7, From 7 O'clock till 10:30.
Ladies' 8-Button Length-'
Mousquetaire "Biaretz" Kid
Gloves, all sizes, Black and '
Colored, worth 7jc per pair,
Saturday Eve'ng Only- N
No Exchange : : :
: ; : or Approval.
Geo. E. StifeS & Co.
ZX3G iRI-A-IKT STH.E3ST.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS?D^GUNDLING & CO.
SHADED A LITTLE.
That gives an idea of what happens when
other styles are compared with our Finest
Tailor-Made Clothing. The other styles are
shaded a little, no matter how good they are.
We have the most perfect production of the
season, and, as we are an interested party, we
don't ask you to take our word for it. Bring
with you, if you please, the most competent
expert in the land, and the more he- knows
about Clothing the quicker he'll confess that it
is matchless in material, make and money.
You can certainly trust your own eyes. Come
and look at it for yourself.
$15 Tailor-Mafle Suits and Overcoats. Wo wmiwuio town m 0nr tmmon?
$20 Tailor-Mado Suits and Overcoats. ~
$25 Tailor-Mads Snlts and Overcoats, comparisons,?toi>riccs,ntyiosnna quality.
HEADGUARTERS FOR TYPEWRITERS AND SEWING MACHINES,
~EjD"W". L.IROSIEj&OO ol TwolfthSt.
Dealers inTHE CALIGRAPH,
A Typewriter inorc extensively used In this
StQtethnn all others combined. A full lino of all
nppertenances. Special attention given to Typo
writing and Short-liand work.
The Ucst In tho market?Standard, Domestic,
Wilcox it Gibbs, Kldrldge.
OF FIT pJ SPECIALTIES,
i LAliOK HAVING DEVICES.
Wholesale and Retail.
J. L. BALLARD, Manager.
Tha old or young whoso cyos neod attention, or CIa.3393
do not suit, can consult and have their eyes scientifically
tested for Glasses without charge by PROF. SHEFF, tho Op
tician, at Lash's Jewelry Store, cornor Main and Eleventh
streets. Tho only exclusive Optloal Depalrtmont In tho