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WHEELING, Al'KIL R, 1803.
Republican State Convention!
At a meeting of tho fitato Central Commlttco,
held at tho cltr of Parkorsburg, on Fobruary 23,
1802, It was ordered that a fitato Convention bo
hold at tho City of Jlartlusburg, on THURSDAY,
tho 5th day of May, 1892, to elect four (1) Delo
gatan-at-Lnrs'o and four (I) Altornates-at-Largo
to the Republican National Convention, to be
heldnt tho city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, on
. Tuesday, tho "th day of June, 1832, to nominate
N candidates to be supported for tho oHlces of
President and Vice-President of tho United
Stites; and also, in view of the chango in tho
arrangement of tho several Senatorial districts
of this Stato. to olect members of tho State Re
publican Central Committee, consisting of one
porson from oach Senatorial district.
Tho Executive Committee of each county Is
requested to tnko early stops to secure each
county representation in said Stato Convention,
u-s well as in the Congressional District Convcn
tlotus to elect district delegates and altornatos to
said National Convention, and it is recom
mended thiit each cftuntv elect one delegate to
tald Stato Convention for each one hundred
(100) votes or fraction thereof gronter than flftv
(50) cast therein for President Harrison Itt 1SSS.
The co-operation is desired of all Republican
voters and all other voters who favor the policy
of Protection to American laborers, farmors and
manufactures, tho policy of Reciprocity, a
sound currency, tho causo of good government
in the Nation, State and County, and who favor
economy and reform in the State government of
West Virginia and tho several public institu
The Congressional District Conventions above
referred to, will be held as follows: First dis
trict at Clarksburg, on May 6; Second district at
Keyser. on May 4; Third district at Hintou,
on May 3; Fourth district at Point Pleasant, on
April 20. ?
AUGUSTUS POLLACK, Chairman.
W'm. M. 0. Dawson. Secretary. uirJ
It Is ordered that a District Convention ol Re
publicans, and all others who favor tho policy
ol Protection to American laborers, farmers and
manufacturers and a sound currency, shall be
held at Clarksburg, May 6, 1892, ot 12 o'clock
noon, for tho purpose of choosing two dele
gates and two alternate delegates, to repre
sent tho First Congressional district in the
National Republican Convention to bo held
In tho city of Minneapolis, in the Stato of Minne
sota, on tho 7th day of June, 1892, for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for President and
Vice-President. to bo voted for at tho next
National electron, and for transacting such other
business as may be brought before said conven
tion. Tho Executlvo Committee of each county
is requosted to tako curly stops to havo each
county represented at said Convention. It is
recommended that each county select one dele
gate for each one hundred (100) votes 6r fraction
over fifty (50) cost therein for President Harrison
W. E. STATIIERS. Chairman.
J. C. Brady. Secretary.
TI1E approaching coatost Is rendered
cspcclnlly important by renson of tho In
dustrial and financial policies of tho Gov
eminent being at stake. Tho popular do.
cislon on tlicao issues Is of great uiomont
aud will be of fur-roachlng consequence.?
Jama G. Blaine.
Silver and tho "West Virginia De
When our esteemed neighbor tho
Register urged tho West Virginia Demo
crats in Congress to dodge the silver
question it probably overlooked for tho
moment the silver resolution passed by
tho Democratic stato convention at
Grafton, August 13, 1890. Tho plank
was inserted, on tho motion of Mr. Ira
D. Tost, who sprang tho sarao kind of
resolution on tho convention which
nominated Mr. Pendleton.
Kaolval, Tim we favor the unlimited coinago
of tho silver dollar.
This was clear, explicit and covored
tho quostion. Tho resolution was
adopted without dissont. Will tho
Register explain whether this resolution
was adopted in good faith or whother it
was part oi a confidence gamo? It is to
bo eupposed that the convention as a
body acted iu good faith.
If thoro was a montal reservation, who
has.boon going about for thoso two
years carrying tho awful socrot? Those
things aro worth knowing, and tho
Democrats of West Virginia havo a
right to know thom.
Moreover, if freo sivor coinago was
right in 1S90 what has happened to
make it wrong in 1S92? Wo have not
noticed in tho Register any ablo com
ments on tho merits of tho question,
nor does anybody know whero tho Reg
ister stands oil tho silver issue.' Its solo
expression of opinion is, that West Vir
ginia Democrats in Congress should
dodgo free silvor. In fairness to the
Register its dodging exhortation is once
We bellovo tho West Virginia delegation will
do their party a great service and themselves
credit by voting to-morrow to postpouo tho con
sideration of tho bill at this time. Suchuvoto
would not commit them for or against ireo coin
ago. It would simply put them on record of
placing tho question ou tho shelf forthopres
eut. aud whero It belongs until moro vital and
important legislation is considered. ?
"Such a voto would not commit them
for or against freo silver." Tho stato
convention, it will bo soon, committed
tho whole party in West Virginia to
freo coinage. "It would simply put
thom on record of placing tho quostion
on tho shoif for tho present."
If wo understand tho peculiar mean- j
ing of this English, tho courso urged by ;
tho Register would put its party inon in j
Congress on record "of placing" the |
silvor question just whero tho Demo- j
cratic stato convontion said it should :
not bo placed.
Tho Register should innko haste to |
Btralghtin out tlicso things If It can.
Tills can hardly bo tlono by moro dodg
inc. Exfoliate, and lot it bo known
whoro vou stand.
Tim Hlclrmlftli In lthnilo Inland.
Rlioilo Islnml la not a vory lnr^u tea
pot, but tlioro is soiiiothing of a torn
DOBt raging there novortlioloss. The
light is about us hot and heavy as a
statoof tlio slzo can accommodate.
The Democrats took it into their
hoada tliat Itliodo Island was a promis
ing field for a presidential skirmish, and
thny liavo inndo tlio most desporato
campaign in tlio history of tho slate.
Mr. Cleveland was brought in to help
tho party and ineidontally to liolp
knock tho conceit out ol Hill.
Tho Republicans liavo boon enough
frightened to go into tho skirmish with
nil thoir might, ltecont stato elections
showed tlio noed of all tho work thoy
could get in. In 1889 tho Democrats
elected their govornor by a plurality of
4,419; in 1890 by 1,600, in 1891 by 1,254.
On tho voto for President tho Repubii
caiiB of Itliodo Island liavo an unbrokon
record of victory.
Iu 188S Harrison carriod tlio Btato by
4,438 in a total voto of 49,76(1, polling
53.8(1 por cent of all tho votos cast. To
morrow tho contest will end at tho
pollB, and tlio probability iu that tho
Republicans will carry tho stato.
Easy to Decide.
Thcro are somo very plausible things
in freo trado thoory. If the world wero
now to it all and it woro all now to tho
world, It might bo difficult to disprove
aomo of tho captivating assumptions.
Hut tho world has lived nnd learned.
Each country hai its own experience.
Tho oxpor'ionco of our own is nn open
book. Ho that does not run hopelessly
with tho free trado machino may read.
It is a story of hope and disappoint
ment as it is a chapter of protection or
This country has never listened to
tho wooing of tho free trader without
disaster, never turned a willing ear to
protection without realizing its expecta
Tho citizen who places tlio wolfaro of
his country above all things else may,
if ho will, discard all theories of the
tariff question, freo trade and protec
tionist, and seek his way by tho guide
of tlio written record. It points to
prosperity by tlio strait and narrow
way of protection.
Anybody who knows enough to eat
when ho is hungry should bo ablo to
decido for himself whether his country
Bhould continue in well-doing or repeat
its old-timo blunders.
"Pig Iron" Kelley.
A Kew York newspaper says that
Judgo Kelley, "Old l'ig Iron" left a
"considerable fortune." Our impression
is that this is a mistake. Judge Kelley
was seriously embarrassed a few years
before his death. Ho got his affairs
in better ahapo by selling sorno roal
estate and paying off somo incum
brances on what ho had left, but wo
think ho was very far from having a
IIo was not a money-maker. Not
long beforo*his "death Jie told the writer
that ho had enough to live on comfort
ably, and ho romarkod that if he had
devoted his life to the practice of his
profession instead of giving his years to
the defonso of American industries, ho
could have seen tho end approach with
moro comforting assurance that his
family would bo provided for.
Thirty Cents Difference.
"Free Silver" asks tho Intelligencer
to toll him tho difference between tho
"papor-promise-to-pay" dollar and a
Bland silver dollar.
At tho present prico of silver tho
difference is a littlo moro than thirty
cents. A silver dollar is not a promise
to pay a hundred cents or anything
else. It goes for what trade is willing
to take it for.
Tho check or promissory noto of a
person considered "good" goes for a
hundred cents on the dollar because the
expectation is that it will bo paid at
Tho silver dollar coined without limit
will bo accepted at its commercial valuo,
no moro. Tho difference is not hard to
Tho Reason "Why.
''Tho tariff is a tax."?Rcqistcr. -
Flvo-inch taper saw files sell in Wheeling nt
65 to CS cents a ilozon. ?
The tnrift'on five-inch taper saw files is 75 cents
Will tho Kffiirtcr explain who pays the tax in
This pertinent question, going to tho
marrow of tho frco trado assumption,
has not been answered. It cannot bo
Every nation on earth would liko tho
United Statos to adopt free trade, a
policy discredited by ovory nation ex
cept Great Britain. Thoro is nover a
foreign lobby in Washington urging
Congress to pass a protective tariff.
Silver Producer?My dear Undo
Satuuol, I havo 70 cents' worth of silvor
for which I want you to pay mo 100
Democratic Tarty?Givo it to him,
Sam; we need him in our business.
Tue women bandit3 of. Idaho givo a
pointor to their sisters who demand
what they regard as their rights. Tho
Idaho sisters disguise as men and go for
their rights with tho revolver.
The Chinese exclusion bill has passed
tho house by a largo majority. If
China doesn't liko this wo shall be
sorry, but not unhappy beyond com
Hill should send tho "silver-tongued"
Grady to this stato to see what has be
come of his boom. Tho impression is
that the thing is a fugitive from justice.
"Will tho Democratic stato conven
tion of this year pass a freo silvor reso
lution? or will it tako tho advico of a
distinguished authority and dodiro?
Tiii-re is rumor of a base ball trust.
Wo tako the liberty of calling tho in
terested attention of tho freo traders to
tlio fact that tho pamo of baso ball Is
not on tho dutiable list in the McKln
loy tarlft act.
Jilt. Camden Jid moro tlntn any other
innn to tnako Mr. 1'aulknor-senator.
SoiBohow Mr. Faulknor doos not scorn
to bo doing truicli to inako Mr. Caiudon
nonator. Ia tlioroto bo no reciprocity?
Voting for froo silver wero 137 Dum9
crata and olovon Ropublicana, a closo
enough drawing of purty lines to mark
the rospectivo attitndo of oacli party on
this important question.
The opposition to Sonator Quay's ro
election will have to stir itself, Tho
senator is gathering them in.
June has dropped in to say "howdy"
to April. '
Mr. Cntii|iboU for (iovornor.
The Republican rejoices that tlio stato
is full of good Republicans who would
till the gubernatorial chair with honor
to tho stato and credit to thomaolves.
It recognizee tho morit of Mr. Klkins,
the genius of Mr. Atkinson, and tlio
conspicuous ability of Mr. Maxwell, but
notwithstanding all tho gt>od things
that can bo anid in thoir favor, wo aro
fully convinced that tho stato has
within its limits a Republican in all re
spects bettor qualified than any of theao
for this high honor. Wo aro nroud of
tlio fact that lie iB a West Virginian,
and such ho has boon from his birth,
and her vory exiatonco to-day is duo aa
much to his effort and work as to that
of all tho other persons above men
tioned put together. There is 110 braver,
branier, manlier, nobler man in West
Virginia than A. W. Campbell, and wo
aro for him for governor first, last and
all the time.
AH Should lluvo It.
'Tyler County Star.
One nowspapor doesn't often get such
a drubbing as tho Intelligence!! lately
gavo tlio Kcg'utcr. Tho Inteu.iqknceb is
doing moro valuable sorvico for Repub
lican principles than over before. Mr.
Hart ovidonth- understands tho ques
tions on which the coming campaign is
to bo fought, and if tho Democrats don't
feci tlioell'cctof itsBledgo-hamnierblows
"before the war closes" wo will miss our
guess. Its editorials abound with great
common sense, and aro written in a
stylo that anybody call understand. It
ought to bo in the hands of all tho vo
tora in tho stato, and Republicans will
make a mistake if they do not use it
very largely this year.
Hut tlio RegUtor, "tho Stato Organ," Ad
vised Tlioiu to Dori^i'.
St. Mnry't Oracle (Dan,).
Tho West Virginia congressmen are
right in voting for free silver. It is sim
ply disgraceful to dodgo a vote 011 a
bill which tho people want and which
they have sent thoir representatives to
Washington to pass. Mr. Capehart is
not one of tho dodging kind, and he will
find, when he comes iDeforo his people
again, that they appreciate a man who
has tlio nerve to vote as they want him
to, without regard to consequences.
Mr. Wilson is tlio only member from
this stato who voted to postpono the
consideration of the bill, and ho will
vote for the bill when it comes to pass
1'roHtou County ami Klllott,
It seems strange that j^rand old Pres
ton, the banner Republican county of
the state has never had a representa
tive on tho Republican state ticket.
This fact alone is sullicient to -justify
her claims at tho coming convention.
But when she hurls at us such a candi
date as Edward S. Elliott for attorney
general, what can we say? The idea
seems to have swept the" state like a
cyclone, and tho cry is now Proston
county and Elliott. From prosont in
dications ho will be nominated without
Whcro Does It Sturnl?
Evorybody knows that a majority of
the Democratic party is in favor of free
coinage oi silver. Nobody knows, un
less it be tho licyiatcr itself, on which
sido of tho Question it is to be counted,
but it is plain that tho Register and
others of its kind are not willing to
show tho cloven foot at present. Wo
hope the committee on rules will de
feat tho hypocritical schemes of those
who desire delay and bring tho matter
to a crisis. We want to see tho mem
bers of Congress put themselves on
Tho Mississippi Method Won't bo Tolor*
Faycitc County Journal.
The colored voters along New river
and tho Kanawha are Republicans.
Thoy aay they will not bo silenced by
any method. Tho colored people of
West Virginia will have their rights,
and "southern methods" won't so hero;
neither will tho kangaroo ballot bo in
their way. Thoy are intelligent enough
to vote it, and vote it straight.
Ah Dumb us an Oystor.
Fayette County Journal.
"The tariff is a tax."?Register, Thurs
l'ive-inch taper saw files sell in
Wheeling at (ij to OS cents a dozen.
The tariff on five-inch tapor saw files
is 75 cents a dozen
Will the Register explain who pays
tho tax in this casot?In(cUigencer.
And the Register could not answer.
A Game Rue or.
Cy. W. Hall, Esq., of Charleston, will
niako a strong light for tho auditorship
011 tho Republican ticket, and if given
tho nomination, which now looks liko
ho had a dead auro tiling of it, will got
thoro in great shape. lie's a dead game
racer anil don't forgot it.
now Lewis County Fools.
IlVsfon Republican. ^
C. B. Hart, of tho Wheeling Intelli
gencer, has a great many friends in this
section who would likotoseohimchosen
as dolegate-at-largo to tho national lie
publican convention at Minneapolis.
A StrnlicUtout lloimbllcnu.
Fourth district Republicans might go
ton times as far and not do one-tenth as
well as to nominate Senator Morris.
His Republicanism ia the kind that
West Virginia Republicans liko.
Mndo the Org?.u Squirm.
Tho Intelligencer has been thump
ing the lifo out of t\ie Registcr'by cold
clqar facts against its falso theories,
and it has been squirming worse than a
decapitated earth worm.
A Another A jo Vote.
Jackson County Herald. .J
?Mr. C. 3i. Hart, of tho Wheeling In
telligencer, has been nominated and
numerously seconded as a delegato-at
Inrgo to tho Minneapolis convontion.
Tho lUraId votes'aye.
lie Will bo Asked tho Question.
John 0., when he cornea to make his
campaign in this district, will occupy
A SLUGGISH STREAM.
It Oola Foul mid Poisonous Unlets It Is
"* -fcopt Constantly 1'lowring.
At thls'scasou ot tho year jmoplo feci moro or
less weak, run down, woarlod and doprossed. It
has bccu commonly supposed that it 14 duo to
Impurities of tho blood, mid that only by
purifying tbo bload cuu good health bo m>
eared, h this true? Lot as aw. The blood gets
Impure bccanso It is alufwUh. Hot does a
stream got Impure, with groeu scum and poll
ous on tho top? Hluiply bocaiiso }t dooiu't run.
A runhlng stream Is not Impure, but a stagnaut
or sluggish stream always Is. If. thorofore, tou
would keep ronr blood puro, keep it moving,
keep It throbbing. Tho moment It brglas to bo
Munrlsh, it win begin to bo Impure, and you
will feel Iho eilecuin tired wesk feelings, de
pressed emotions, nud a thousand and ono
troubles which always follow. Tho proper way
to keep the blood stirring Is br the use of a pure
stimulant. In moderation. Mimujnte It gently,
and It will keep lu constant, healthy motion,
and good boalth* will follow. Thorn Is hut ono
way Iu which thin can be done and that is by
the use of tho purest and bod simulant you can
tlnd, preferably whiskey, and there I* Out ono
absolutely pure, medicinal whlikey known to
the world, and that Is Daily's J'uro Malt. Helen*
tlsts admit tbli, tho doctors nil confirm it. It is
moro generally used today than any other
whlskoy which tho world has ever mcu, nud it is
popular only through in merit. .Do not lot any
druggist or grocer deceive you by joying they
havo somothing "Just us gooi," ???ometblng
they can recommend," etc. When any dealer
says this, ho ha* nu Interested motive, which
usually is, to sell you something cheap and in
ferior, on which he can make uiuro mouey. I)o
not bo so deceived. * tu
much of his time in telling tho pooplo
why ho volod for freo silver coinage.
Sentiment for Sir. Llklns.
Jackson County If (raid,
Tho Bontimont in favor of Elkins for
governor grows, and by tho timo of tho
convention will bo so nearly unanimous
as to bo irrosistiblo.
A COWAUDLY POLICY.
Tho "Ileglstor" Advlaos West Virginia
Congressmen to Straddlo the Silver
Wo heliovo tho W?st Virginia dologatlon
will do tholr party a grout sorvlee and
themselves credit by voting to-morrow to
postpouo thu consideration of tho bill at
this time. Suchuvotn would not commit
them for or ugalnst froo coinage. It would
simply put theui on record of placing tho
question on tho nlielf for tho present, an I
| where It belong* until moro vital ami Im
portant legislation Is considered.
Lancartek, Pa., April 4.?Tho now
city council this morning clccted Stevon
J. Owons, Deirfocrat, city treasurer.
Tho Democrats also elected all tho
other city officers, making a clean
If your cough keeps you awako and
restless at night, take Ayer's Cliorry
Pectoral and obtain immediato relief.
This remedy allays inflammation, heals
tho pulmonary organs, induces sleep
and restores health. Tho sooner you
begin tho better. * Di\v
For Sincruata Walton and Room
Mouldings go to John Fried el's.
Henry Sciioenhals, foreman Henry
Krug Packing Co., St. Joseph, Mo., usc3
Dr. Thomas's EclectricOil with his men
for sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped
hands, etc. It is tho best. Ddw
I'uro Leaf Lard.
M. Reilly's Puro Leaf Lard from
hogs of our own killing. No tallow nor
Take your meals at Tho Milwaukee
Cafo. Koukkt Grant, Manager.
Great Bargains in line Shoes at
L. V. Blond's.
Receiving and Delivering.
Edw.L. Rose & Co.aro daily receiving
tho latest output in Bicycles. They aro
also selling second-hand Sewing Ma
chines at marvelonsly low prices.
NEwJTD MVRffiuxloN fsRBQETTERND
SCa?iy M t0a' r' '* "Mw! ProParPd tor uso
?s?. its fe?Fh Wz fe'K
T'"> Hot In thp lVorlil.
NESBITT & BRO?
-13'2 Market Stroat. mr,.
A GOOD SHOW.
We are always advising you to
advertise, and to keep on advertis
Higi but that does not cover the
ground entirely. Of course J!
should make your advertising effec
tive?fan electric light be avalable
fn H fwu not use 3 "tallow dip"'
v$^lt.ti'e path t0 y?ur store. .
I DlvthW thlVe mea" ^ tlmt ' Sim
P y that the more conspicuous the
i more artistic, the more attractive
| the more original you make your ad
i crtisements, the more people will
i see and read them, and the more
i customers you will have to ?n
I tri^"te, t? your cash-drawer.
j Study effects in bold pretty type
?good matter may be sDoiieH h,,
! ugly dressing. &4 to 3? the
sMe and play0f goodtaste'in the
nouncemen"a"gemt:nt ?f your
Above all, let it be bold enom-h tn
be easily readi ;Don"t vex a Sle?
by vexing his or her eyes!
? ^EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
crock. ?' Fou"?"lh "trc.it, near tho
WANTKU-THKEE OR FOUR
Ti?^~;'rwo cows?ONE YELLOW
"ill'whlto Ino . Kln r? n'&.E'
~z~ . ? ap3<?
131A NO MOVING. ~
'?'? 'V. BAUMKU Si CO.
jaiPORTJJD CHEESE. |
' k^S'signy I
0. E. MURRAY A- CO.'S,
?1? law Market Street I
V^'TJ" 1??nlh,-vof tho Woman's
v !? r. 1 ? Socl0,!' ,vl" bo h?W "I the
2o'clock 0a "Cdue"1:11'?"of?ooii. April 0, at
51liS. W. J. \V. COWDEN,
?- ? Secrcturv.
?YCeU:", raC?"?B of 1110 Oman's Ilos
JljtAl Association will bo hold at tho City Ilos
pt al on Wednesday, April 6, at 3:30 p. n. A
full attendance Is deMred.
MISS MARTHA J. HAKE,
-~a^~ ? Secretary.
^ e want to secure the services of
To go to near-by towns. .
, 8. M'ltlCEiffo.,
1212 Main Street
H^vysheet ikon works.
CiiLLAR COODS, LIFE BOATS
WROUGHT IKO.N* RAN'GEi
and erectlu "CaVlest Shcet Ir<>" ??do
. jl.'G Mater Street.
Is Directed to the
I In our window.
Look at it as You
The Price Is Low.
grand clearance sale
For One Week Only,
To Make Room for
Sow AiMtivistf ! '
I Lamps. Ony x?aud ?G?11^Table* ;*r?M of Rnnnuet
talsand rainrchoicenil2?S ??,)Inct8'
ton. Crown Darb^ Femfvaf SL*0?ccster- Do,,,?
reduced priees. Excrticit oVfeWK
bargains fou webbing gifts.
'? G. DILLON & CO.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
corporators of the "George K. McMechen iV- Son
Company," hnvo appointed Saturday, April 23,
A. I). 1892, commencing at 7:30 o'clock p. m., as
the time, nnd the otllce of tho Franklin Insur
ance Company, No. Ji5 on Twelfth street, iu the
city of Wheeling, in tho county of Ohio, and
State of West Virginia, as the place for holding a
general mooting of tho stockholders of said
company to elect a Board of Directors, make by
I laws, and transact any other business which
I may lawfully he done by the said stockholders
in general meeting, and that a meeting of such
stockholders will beheld at said time and plnca
I for the purposes aforesaid. Witness our hands
this 4th day of April, A. D. 1892: Georgo K. Mc
Mechen, WilliamB. McMechen. JumesP. Adams,
j F. P. Jepson, Francis A. Jackson, Corporators.
k HIGH-CUSS INVESTMENT!
We offer, subject to sale, a limited amount
FIVE PER CENT THIRTY-YEAR BONDS
Wheeling Bridge Co.,
WHEELING, W. VA.
Interest payable semi-annually in January nnd
July at the 1- Idolity Title and Trust Company of
Pittsburgh. Pa., which istrusteo uudortho mort
gage. Price and full particulars on application.
A. J. LAWRENCE ?fc CO.,
81 Fourth Av., Pittsburgh.
feO-TATir 112 Fourth Av.. Pittsburgh.
?i; LEWIS & SONS,
Carriage and Wagon Works,
Nos. 15 nnd 17 Twentieth Street.
Having purchased tho factory of Messrs. B.
Bach S: Sons, we-are now prepared to manufac
ture to order all kinds of Cnrriages, Buggies,
Wagons.'?? Truck Wagons nnd Light and Heavy
Platform Work and would respectfully solicit tho
patronage .ofall who are in need of first-class
? .We guarantee all our work to be of best quality.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
W. LEWIS & SONS.
1 AM STILL IN THE BUSINESS.
Bit. T. 0. EDWARDS,
' ?State Aof.nt for?
The Home Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
Iu proportion to the risks assumed, the strong
eat Life Insurance Company In tho World, (
Assets. 812G for each $100 of liabilities. All forms of
policies written, including short term policies.
THE NEW YORK ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
The most liberal accident policy now iu tho
mnrket. Non-forfeltublo Love I Premium.
Agents" wanted In ovory county. Correspond
ence solicited. All. Question* in regard to llfo
as'esimcnt and occidout insurauce chcorfully
AMUSE W ENTS,
One Hlgljt ;0nly, Thursday, April l.
Till: >'A!IOL'S AHKRICAS ACTOII,
AS "MEPHISTO" IN '
Ills Subllmo Sconlo and Dramatle l'ro'1 netIdu ot
NOTE-MR. MOIIKISON'H COMI'AVv i.
?1?AU8?"K Pl,!''U,f drul""ll,J 0!
THE WONDERFUL BROCKEN SCENE
on tho American Slujo.
AdmNslou 73 ?nd DO conn. Iteiorvo 1i.
Sale of seats conraencoj Tuoadar, At.rll o
A. Ifonio? mmlc nog'. ' ? ^
FRIDAY, APRIL 8,
Tho Klnus of Humor.
The Sparkling Wit and Bright IntdU
A. P. BURBANK,
Tho Beams of Song and tho lllazo of Eloqucnca.
The Funniest Writer.
OXE OF TUE HAITIIoT COIllllMTIONS?
Admission, 73 and ?>0c. Reserved scat* Si. Sala
of ftoaU couuuoncM Wednesday, April (5, ut c v
House's munlmnorc. L__" apl
GRAND OPERA HOuIeT
C. C. GENTiltlR .. Maxauer.
-MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,-*
APRIL -1,5 and il MATINEE WEDNESDAY.
A Guarantood Attraction. A Play
That Will Make Anyone Laugh.
Tin: Rest of Them All!
A PAIR OF JACKS !
Funnier and Rotter Than Ever.
EVERYTHING NEW THIS SEASON.
PitiCEs?23,'SJ.> and 60c. Reserved seati on ?nlft
at Gentlicr aJioro. nj.l
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
0. C. GENTHER Manage.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AM) SlTl'RIUV. AfUIL
..8AMJ0, AXI) SATURDAY 3UTISEE.
Aaron H. "\7t7"oocIli\ill
Supported by MISS TROJA GRISWOLD,
In the Great New York Success,
Entirely Revised and Rewritten.
The Th rifting'Sawmill Scene. The Wonderful
Railroad Elicit. The Brooklyn Bridge and liar
tholdi Statue. -Wo carry ull'our own scouerr.
New Music. New Songs.
l'riccs?Orchestra Chairs. 50c: Dress Circle. 33c;
Gallery, 25c. Reserved seats on sale at Geather's
EGGER, WARRICK & CO.
New Spring Goods.
INTENDING PJJItCIIASERS OF DRES3 GOOD3
SHOULD NOT FA IL TO SEE OUR LARGE
AND MAGNIFICENT LINE Of
Which wo are.no w receiving. Never before
have wo been so fortunate while In tho
market to securo such 11 collection of
Choice and Seasonable goods.
llHndrcds of pieccs of All
Wool in ever.* concclva
bio weave and sty la
Lovely Summer Shadss at 50c.
We Offer To-day, To-morrow
and All Other Days
Best quality 45-Inch" Bedford Cord at $100,
sold olsewhero at Si 25.
Best grade of -JO-lnch Bedford Cord at 7if, sold
elsewhere at 81 (X). Plain and Two Toned.
300 plcces Dross Ginghams at O Mr, worth 10c.
5,0)0 yards 40-inch Sheeting Muslin al 0 Mr,
5 pieces CO-lnch Bleached'Linen Damask at
50c, worth 7oc.
25 dozen extra slzo Fine Bleached Toweli
(Lace eil'ect) at -5 c, worth 37%c.
Egger, Warrick fi Co,
11S2 7UYPCIN STREET
_.SXA"'"I0NERY, BOOKS. ETC.
TWO VALUABLE BOOKS
Sweden and (lis Swedes,
By W. W. Thomas, Jr., U. S. Minister to Norway
and Sweden siuce Lincoln's administration. Ac
knowledged to l>c the Standard Book. 3 va,
750 pages, an illustrations. Goth, $5.00,
Half Morocco, $6.50, Morocco, $8.50.
Dcscrlptlvo Circulars'sent If wanted
THE AMERICAN HODK OF THE l?0C.-A
for Fanciers aud Owners, Edited by G.SliluMi.
("Coqulna") 8 vo.,_ 70") pages. b5 lllustr*
lions. Cloth, $5.00, Half Morocco. $6.50,
Full Morocco, $0.0 0? Circulars on uppllcatioa.
\ Agents for Wheeling
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
inr"?0 IHOl Market Street. ^
EASTER CARDS, BOOKLETS
!N" o voltios!
Tho Finest Line of theso g<JoJ? Kver Show
In tho City. All new andji groat many of tbea
different from anything you have ever seen.
1303 Market St, Second door below t!i? 'c>f
nnnU bullillnu. Bji.
MAGAZINES. NKWSI'APF.IIS., ?..
BLANK BOOKS, STATU '!?
, ASH SOTI">-\
Newspapers' and Magazines deliverer a-j
whore at publishers net price*. , ,,
Pittsburgh Dispatch 15c per wcejf. -J-?ICi
ing Sunday. ~ C. If. 'H l> "V.
TI T-<tp STEEL ' QT?fjrlLS
lA/cUtO STAMPS. J I
II&& 5 4-FivTE:H Pit tsb
rpil? IS T ?LLIG K X 0 EI '?
?A. lti CtKAj; AND PiltSENTABLK 1 At?>