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Telia tha Story of Last Night's
Mooting of the Oity Council.
MAYOR CALDWELL WAS SWORN IN
Anil tln> Honda of Vurluun City Ofll.
ciuU Approved?Tlia ltopublicanu
Iloltl iliuir OppoiioutN ut liny?Au
Adjournment Taken, but Tlioru will
bo u Cull lor Another Bleating To.
Xljht?Tlio Itonult ol'.Clio Daiuo'
Tho newly oloclort Uity Council mot
Jut ni- iit /or the first time as a concurrent
UoJy, tho meeting being tor the
purposoof installing tho newly oloctucl
city olliciala unit of selecting tho officials
who aro elected by Council, Previous
to tho meeting of tho city loglslutors,
party caucusoa wore held by both pnrties,
the Democrats in the afternoon
and tho Republicans during the evening.
Thoro was a grout crowd of interested
spectators in the lobby und gallery
of tho second branch chuuibor,
drawn mainly by the chance of u protty
light between the parties, the rumor
having gone the rounds that ouo of tlio I
PutuocrMs might not Toto with ills
party in tho event thut certain demands '
luado hy him wore not conceded,
Tho Democratic members of tho socoml
brunch ncro first on tho bcoiio,
llling ill in a body at exactly 8 o'clock.
Previous to thin lliey hold a last conference
iu Clerk Thuner's ollico, when tho
slato was lixod tip.
At 8:16 tho Republican "fourteen" of
tlio second brunch filed in and took
Tlio lirst brunch was culled to orilor
at 8:15 by .Mayor i-aabright, and tlio
minutes of tlio previouB meeting woro
reail bv Cleric llunkii. Tho first branch
tnun proceeded ta tho Bccoud's chumbe
At 8:20 Chairman John Wntorliauso
called tlio lowor brunch to orilor, and
tho roll call showed that 13 ItcpublicaiwaiidM
democrats woro pre3ont,
Milligun befog absent. Million showed
uii in about u minute.
On motion of Mr, (Iruso tho first
branch was notillod that tho second
I)ranch was ready to cominetico ibocanvass
of votes for city ofllcors.
Tlio joint session camo toordorat
8:1)0 o'clock, Mayor Seabright in tlio
chair, his last appearance in that capacity,
by tho way.
Tho rolls of both brandies showed
ovory lue'lnbor present.
Mayor ^?a\>rij;ht?Gontlomon. tlio
olijoct of tliis mooting is to open und
canvass tho votos cast at tho lato city
Mr. Oruso moved that ns there woro
no close contests tlio tabulation alono
be taken. Tho motion pruvailed unutiiuieuily.
Tlio olllclal canvass of votes allowed
tlnf fulluwiiiK result:
FOR MA YOU.
CtlJtfOll !. tOCO
ron ciTr cMuiK.
Sctinlov ;.. ? J.700
Tlionn ; .1,017
roll City lEAIIGEXT.
McNIcbol a. o 11
A resolution that thoso receiving tho
highest number of votes bo declared
(looted, was unanimously udoptod.
Mayor Soubright: "1 theroforo deflate
Messrs. Caldwell, Thoner, McUicliol
and Crockard oleoled."
Mr. Gruso: "Tho next thing is tho
consideration of tho bonds of tho nowlv
elected official*, by tho two branches."
Mr. Maxwell thought this would involvo
a dissolututlon of tho joint session.
lieforo tlio dissolution was afl'octcd
Mayor Scabright said a few words.
Mayor Soabright: "I will say a fow
words before 1 rotlre. 1 thank the
memhors with whom I liuvo boon associated
(or soveral years past. 1 can say
1 have always endoavorod to oxorcia'o
charity with justice, All 1 say is, Icor
tainly don't fed ashamed of tfio administration
u( tbo paat aix yearn. 1 have
always taken groat pleasure in showing
visitors around in proper atylo, and tlio
visitors tiavo always gone nwuy well
TJio mayor then wont over tlio improvemonia
made during liis administration,
and said ho thought a great
ninny improvements had boon made,
and concluding said, "all 1 can nay ia
Hint im tlio JtiTKlxiaKNcmt'said Mr.
C'alowoil will in.iko a good administration,
I hopo ho w ill."
Mayor beahright: "It has boon moved
that tho joint session be dissolved."
The motion carried aud tho First branches
tirocoodod buck lo their chamber.
Mr. Maxwell said tbo next thing was
tho appointment of tho comuiittoo on
Mr. Gruto objected, soying tho first
thing to couslder win the approval of
the bonds ol the city oiMftls, and that
tlio report of the city solicitor involving
tomo important <|uoatious abonld then
The bond of Mayor-elect TV F. Caidwoll
was inspected and approved ill tiia
FCCotul brunch and tlion wont over to
tlio flrii, whore it m t a like fuio. it i?
endowed by Messrs. W. 1". l'etorjon at.d
J'olor llncliuuD, and Is for $1,000.
Tbo bond of Thomas F. ThonM for
So.OUO, with scnrliios John Miller aol
1'. M. Ilanke, was approved.
Chlol Mofiicliol's bond wiu for ill),000,
wi'.li securities, J. K. Hughes, John
K Naylor, (!. If. (Jopp, O. ft. Jlrandlnsi,
Wliarfiuaaior John Croelurd'a bond
is endorsed by 0. K. lirenfass, and li for
52,000. It ws'( approved.
Mayor Cold*nil was then sworn in
by Oiinlriaan WnUrhome, of tho ?ecoad
lirsnuh, uod accompanied by exMayor
Hesbrlght, proreedod to tho Ural
chamber and took tlio clulr as proaiding
On nioli ni of Mr. Maxwell the seats
at present occupied by tho membera of
tlm ftoond brsnoh aro to reinnln their
pornunkh tones. This loaves Mr, Hupp
over on the Democratic sldo.
Mr. ilruso moved that tho tlrst branch
ho Invited over to elect tho various alllcorn
In the gift of council.
Mr, Maxwell did not want to go Into
tho election now. saying It would take
Mr. uniso did not want tho work of
council io hang llro any longer, nnd
inked Mr. Maxwell to reconsider.
Mr. Maxwell said the ltopubllcnn sido
had roaions not to go Into tho mattor at
projtnt. Sovoral innmberi, ho said,
could not remain. Kor that renion tho
llopubllcun sldo would liavo lo voto
against Hie motion.
The motion was Inst on s strict parly
Wo, tlio old "14 to IJ."
Mr. Msxwoli then moved tho appointJhtiotof
a committee on committees
from tho second branch to confer with
the un mbon of tliocommlttoo from tlio
first branch, and then proceoJ Willi the
clei'liim of ollicors. This motion alio,
was Inm "i 11014 "
Mr. (triii.o presented tho report of the
city liollcllor, reporting n draft of n bill
to bo presented to tho lnaialatiire. in
charge of a committee o( tlvo. Tho bill
is on act authorizing ilio cltv to manufaciuro
and soil electricity. Mr. Uruno
movod that tho report be adopted. Mr.
Wheat objectod to Its being adopted
Mr. Gruso spoko In favor of tho adoption
of tho roiolutlon, paying that in
tho evontof the pasiagoof tho proposod
bill, tho city would be iu a position to
buy out tho oluulriu light company advautagoously.
If loglshitivo uctiuu in
not taken now It will bo delayed two
Mr. Wheat replied, against Mr. Gruse's
stand, saying that the electric company
is made up mostly of homo people, and
it would bo unjust to take this advantage
against the hotue producers of electricity.
Mr. Mornlngstar also spoko uguiust
Mr. Hamilton said ha would liko first
to hour from tliu electric commission.
Mr. Gruso said tho resolution was
simply a business proposition. While
it may bo true tlist twonty-Uvo stockholders
aro homo people, tho Westinghouses
hold most ol tho stock.
Air. niiout aula in reply mat tiiougn
tliu city cnulil niako olcutrfcity cheaper,
it was not right tlint the city should
tuko tliojo poople by the throat.
HIr. Maxwell was in fuvor of tlio part
rotating to tlio water board, but was not
in favor of this proposed action in regard
to the electric mutter.
Mr. Uruaoauid the thing \ioiloii down
to whether the city shouldn't got olectrieity
aa cheap ua It can,
Mr. Maxwell did not want to take
away the privileges given the company,
in this auimnury manner.
Mr. Mornlng|tar said IX) per cent of
tho stock of tlio electric company was
hold in Wliocling.
Mr. Gruae said tlio matter should bo
considorod now, Ho said tlio light furnished
by the company is very indili'oront,
and there ahuuld be an improvomonu
llo said unions tho resolution
was paaaod, the plant could not be purchased
at a roagonablo price,
Mr. Grilse didn't tliink tho interoats
of tho twenty-five home stockholders
should behold paramount to tho thousands
who want cheaper and better
Mr. Wheat said lio didn't roproaent
tho electric light company. Ho lookod
at tho mutter from tlio standpoint ot
right or wrong, lio said tho action
propound would placo tlio city In competition
with tho company, which
auroly hud some rights, and made tho
investment on u charter given by tho
Mr. Hamilton was opposed to lighting
tho city Bomo years ago by gas at tho expense
of tho ftiis consumers, nnd is opposed
to tho electric consumer paying
for street eloctric lighting.
Mr. Maxwell thought tho matter
should bo continuod for a woek, and
would move that tho portion of tho resolution
rolatinir to electric light bo
strickon out. Tho amendment was lost
by 13 to 15, Mllllgau voting with tho
Democrat*. On tho original motion tho
voto was 18 nyos, 10 noes. Tho resolution
was acjoptod. Tho Domocrats
sceinod to have had their iutontions
nroL'rammed out for them In advance.
while tho Republicans wero somewhat
in tho dark.
The motion to go into joint session
for tho olection of olficara waa lost, ."14
Mr. Grnso moved that as tho other
tide Jiii not want to elect olficora a recoaa
to bo taken until Tuosday evening.
Mr. Maxwell wanted an adjournment
until next Monday evening.
Tho motion for a recess was lo9t, "14
Mr. Maxwell moved for a recess until
next Tuesday evening. Loat, "14?14."
Mr. Milligan moved for a rocoss until
Mr. Gruao moved for adjournment.
Tho ailjourmnont though taken for
an indefinite tiino, means that Chairman
Wuterhoiiao will to-day call a mooting
for to-night, when it is likely tho
sjinoolil "14-14" puzzle will boBtudiod
by tho city legillators.
Tin; DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS.
Tho Democratic mombora of Council
held a causua yeatorduy aftornoon at the
rooms of tho Young Men's Democratic
club on Muin street. All tho Democratic
members, numbering twenty-one,
wero on hand except Mr. Horatman, and
ho waa represented by a proxy, and
obligutcd himself to Btund by the decision
ol tho causus. The demands of one
member so far us tlio city colloctornhip
was concerned, wore ucccodod to, at
shown by llio net ol tho cnusus In placing
Mr. Corcoran on ttio slate.
'l'ho tlato in full in: City collector,
John Corcoran; city rocofver, frank
Wcebbor; city solicitor, John J. Conifl;
lioalth olncor, ])r. 8. I,. S. borage; clerk
Second ward market, Patrick Konnoy;
clerft I'iUli waril market, John McKeover;
city soxton, W. B. Hurt; wuiglimaster,
John Arthur; lockup keeper,
John McDormott; assistant lockup
kcopor, Jolm Wilkin; city assessor
north, Owen Dunlovy; city assessor
south, George 11. Carnnhan; janitor,
James Kiloen; suporintondont city
prison, Frank Moloney; board public
works, Charles Schmit, llonry Sclnnulbach
and Andrew Hamilton; water
board, tho same as at present. Fred
Pnrkes was first placed on tho slato for
bosrd pnbllc tforks, but at an evening
conferonco Mr. Hamilton's natno was
Htuiiilnrit Oil Surveyors,
A party of civil onpincors arrived in
town vestnrduy anil registered at the
Ilotol JJohlor. They wero fully oquippod
for field work, but when upproacliod
us to tlidir mission around bore, would
nut givo any intormiitionon tho BUbjoct.
It is understood, however, that tlioy uio
Standard Oil company mun, and their
presence indicates that tlioy aro to bo
omployed on plpo line wort in tho Sisterivillo
or over the river oil Holds.
Tim innmnorablo testimonials in tho
possession of its proprietors show tho
good work Salvation Oil is doln^. 25
BKAUTrtrm, iiIocqn or riilim nntl I'ol.
tcry lit cost iirlcm, to tiloiia out tliin linn of
K<>o?l?,uL WI1KAT& HANUllKll'ft.
Yollowly?I got this suit cheap. It is
a misfit. Urownloy (with orupliosln)?
It Is easy to son thai.
?. t \l TO HRACB VP, the
system aftor "La Orippo,"
Zpnouinoiilu, fevers, and
othor prostrating acute dlsoases;
to build up neoded
flesh and strength, and to
restore health und vigor
when you tool "run-down"
and used-up. tho best tiling
In tho world is Dr. Pierce's
(lolilcn Modloal Discovery,
It promotes nil the Iwdlly
functions, rouses every organ
Into healthful action,
purifies and enriches tho
blood, and through It
cleanses, repairs, and Invigorates
the ontlro system.
Per the most, stubliorn
Bcrofnlous, Bkln or Hfnlp Diseases, Dyspepsia,
Ulllottsne?. and kindred ailments, tfio
11 Discovery fs tho only remedy that's
ntinriintcrti. If It deusnt boneUt or ouro,
you have your money lack.
Can you think of onythlng more convincing
than tho promise that ti mado by the
proprietors of Dr. Hage's Catarrh Itemed* f
It Is this: "If we can't oure your Catarrh,
we'll pay you 1300 In cash,"
MORE WATER COMING,
But From Present Reports Not
Enough to Alarm Anyone.
RftiNING AT HEADWATER POINTS,
And Another lliso in tho Kivcr, Eclips*
ii?u tho 'two Kooont One*, will Kol?
low?Nothing Alarming, llowovor.
Grout Activity ut tho llivor Front.
Tho Ico nil Gouo,
Tho river intoreata aro in a iuoat eataatisfactory
condition at proaeut. Thoro
in u good boating Btago of water, with
a prospect for more, the ico has entirely
disappeared, the boats aro ull running
and freights are coming in and going
out in unusual quantitioa; witU ail
these favorable conditions coming together,
you would hardly rocogniise the
river man of tVday, when coinjiarod to
tho dojoctod individual of ton days ago,
who didn't know but that the next
hour would wipe out all his earthly belongings.
Hitch is life on la belle
Tho scene at the wharf yesterday
afternoon was truly a joyful one lor tliu
mariner. Dray after dray, wagon aflor
wagon brought down freights in such
quantities that a blockade was feared.
In fact tho Keystone State has such a
big freight cargo at her starting point,
Pittsburgh, that telegraphic orders have
been sept along the river, ordering that
no ireigbt bo recoived for tho bout ou
this trip. It was announced that tho
Keystone would arrive liore Inst night
and lay ovut till 8 a, m, to-day, but as
she could take on no more freight, she
wont on down the rivor last meat. Tho
Andos, howover, will bo here to-morrow
morning nt 8 o'clock, and will handle
everything in sight.
All tho ioe hound packots from bolow
including the Hudson, Andes, Bedford.
Courier, Bon Hur and i.izzio JSay have
gone abovo to Pittsburgh.
ANOTIIUIl MSB COMING.
Yesterday ufternoou Captain Crockard,
o( tho wharfboat, recoived tho following
advicos from headwater points:
Parker, Pa.?5 feotli inclios, rising;
Pittsburgh?10 feet and rising; raining.
Oil City, Pa.?0 foot 10 Inclios and
Morgnntown, \V. Va.?0 foot and stationary;
Lock No. 4, Pa.?11 foot and falling;
Brownsville, Pa.?8 feet 0 Inclios .and
Grconsboro, Pa.?10 foot 9 inchcs and
Kico's Landing-*-8 foot B inches and
Krom tho above it will bo soon that
rain was falling at ovory roportod
headwater point, sustaining the prodiction
that tho present rain around
hero is general in its characfor. Tho
rivor at this point was slowly falling all
day yeslorday, tho lowest stago being
sixteen icot, oigbt inches, but late last
night tho water from above had its
otlect, and the water became first stationary
ami then began to rise slowly.
It is probablo that thiiro will bo a
heavier rise in the Ohio this time than
tho two lato onos, though nothing disastrous
is expected. Captain Croekard
is of tho opinion that the coming riso
will eclipse tho other two, but ho sees
nothing in the indications for alarm at
Tho wenthor throughout yesterday
was of-tho ordor known among tho
sporting fraternity us "rotton." Oil'
and 011 it rained during the day, making
out door work vory disagreeable.
Tho Indications are for a continuance of
tho present spring Btyfes in weather.
NOTES ON NAVIGATION.
(Singe or Water ami Movements ol' lloiiU.
Tlio lllver Interests.
To-day tho II. K. Budford will loavo
for Pittsburgh at 8 ft. 111.: Courior for
Purkorsburg nt 11:30 a. in.
Tho Belmont coal works Mow Bellaire,
wlioro nil the boats coal, are etill
on llro, anil tho I'ittsburRU boats now
coal at tlio latter port.
Tho Iron Quoon loft Cincinnati yesterday
ovenlng ut 5 o'clock for Pittsburgh.
Tho Queen harbored at Cincinnati
during tho froezo-up.
Tho Andos follows tho Keystone
Stato from Pittsburgh for Cincinnati,
and will loavo lioro at 8 a. in. to-tnorrow.
film 19 already assured of a big
Yesterday's arrivals woro tho Koj;stono
Htato, Pittsburgh to Cincinnati,
0 d. in., loaded to tho guards with
freight, and a full cabin; \.\ti.io Hay,
Chu'rloston to Pittsburgh, 4 a. in.; lion'
llur, Pittsburgh to Purkaraburg, Hp.
m.; tho locals running regular and on
Tits standard cttro for cold and cough,
l)r. Hull's Cough Syrup, should bo kept
by every niothurwho lovos hor darlings.
Low ItatoH to Minn! Ohio.
On account of tho Htato couvonlion of
tho Young Man's Christian Association
at Lima, Ohio, February 0 to 12, tho
Whoollng Ic I.uko Erlo railway will soli
tickets at low rates. 0. R. Wood,
Traveling Passenger Agont,
No More I'ntiii No Nood to Suffer from l!nt!
and Aohlng Tooth.
Drj. DoNormandio and Millar have
excluslvo right in Ohio county for the
now local Anscitliollc "Odontundor."
Have ymtr Irrlh etlraclnl rtiilmt pain,
No after ollcds. No uncertainty. No
insensibility. Applied to 'cums and
nllocting only iminodlato pnrts.
Call at parlor VanKotiron llolol,
Twelfth etroot, bolow Market. Potilkthj
FINR Frcnch China Plnlnt from 89 per
rtoxon up, lit Whcut & lliinohor'B apurial
sold at once.,
Coino and soouro a bargain.
K. W. Bmmisr A Co.
Half I'rlrn Animal Clrnramw Halo ot
t.aiiloH' Vino fttiOCIi
109 pairs ol R< C. Hurt's Colobrated
Kino lland Turned Button Hlioos, odd
sites, regular 4(1 shoos, at $11.
74 pairs Laird, Nhobor A Mitchell's
mako, $A and $0 shoos at $2 oO and $3.
97 pairs Thomas Bolton's il 60 Hlions
at }2 23.
287 pain of dlfToront makoi of flno
Shoos from f-> to $3, ot exactly half
prlco. U V, Burno.
Fon a U'WewtM Family Hmragi there
Is nothing llko Cosgravn's ilo. Try it.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta.
Mutter* of Uiuor Mouicut In uud ubout
The Guanu this ovoning?Carrio
Oi'uha House this ovoning?Mr. and
Tut Ohio County ltopublican Club
A nw patches of snow aro still to bo
scon ou tlio hills ubout town.
Mmiy WttuiiiT was nrruitod last night
by Olficor Herbert for disordorly conduct.
Yestkriuy'* rain mado Market'streot
evon muddier audmoro iuipussiblo than
i iii:nt wjis noi a caio in mo ponce
court yesterday. Evidently tho days of
whltewaahea are not yet over.
This annual valentine crop ia ripe.
Tliey seetn to huvo been cultivated in
much the same way ua of yore, judging
Irom the yield,
KNTEiiPitiaiNO clothing doalera aro
already gottiug in their stock of spring
goods. There aro some very attractive
btylaa in tho stocks,
John Woodwabi), u young follow, wai
arrested by su attache of tho Klin Grove
railroad yesterday ovoning for jumping
on a train whilo in motion.
Tiia Druid Mannorchor Singing Society,
which was organized on New
Year's day, will give their lirst ball aud
concert on Tuesday, February 14, at the
A KKQUK3T has beon received here
from Zanosviile, by tho polico, asking
thorn to look for a young girl who ran
away from home, lfer photograph wua
enclosed, mid it allows a very beautiful
Tub backora of lliley and lfowioy
mot last night to arrange for tho coming
light. Aftor considerable argument
and discussion, nothing was done. They
will moot again to-night and attempt to
arrive at eoino definite conclusion.
Yxstmdav the polico took a handaomo
young girl from an Eoff atroet
house, where alio had been for only a
short time, and sho wont home with
her brothor. Her namo was given ns
llonderaon, and her parents wore said
to livo nt Moundsvillo,.
Tim funoral of Kobort 0. Ball took
place yesterday afternoon from hie lute
residonco on Ninth atreot. Tho pall
bearers woro members of tho Young
Men's Republican Olub, of which tho
docoasod was a member. The intorinont
was in Ponlustilar ccmotory.
Yestkuday Officer Desmond arrestod
n nlnin >l>?iii1r nn utH.nl nniir Kinn.
tcentli, aiid startod to tlio lockup with
Mm, but ho becurao obstreperous, an<l
Oflloor I,ukins hud to liolp convoy him
to tlio station Iiouho, and pnrt of tho
way they had to almoBt carry hiui.
Tin: bank on Nineteenth street, long
used rb a rubbish dump, is still burning.
In spite of porslstent complaints
from tho residents no olTort has boon
made to stop tho nuisance. Thoro is a
good deal of sickness in tho vicinity,
and tho neighbors aro inclined to attribute
it to tho ollluvla from tho burning
Stranger# III (ho City and Wheeling Folk*
Hon. \V. C. Ilaodlan is confined to
homo by illnoss.
Mr. A. D. Rickey, of tho Island, is in
Oregon on n business tour.
Hiss Ethel lTerbort, of Newburg, is
tho guost of Miss Daisy Harrington, of
tlio .South Hido.
John Kmmort, tho Markot street
liakor, is lying dangerously ill with
i brain fovor at his residonce.
Mr. Roy 1). Naylor. of tlio Nevr, has
roturnod from Oharloston, wlioro ho
ropresontod that paper at tlio opening
of tho logislativo session.
G. E. Eggor, who has hold a position
in G. 0. Smith's real ustato otUco for tho
last two yoars, will loavo in a few days
to accopt a good position In St. I.ouis.
Mr. Ilonry J. Bernard, fathor of tho
famous star, Ketlio llernnrd Chase, is
in tlio city, arranging for the coming of
his dniiL'htor at tho Opora House. Mr.
Bernard is ono of tho old time show
mon of tho country.
Among the buyers at tho glass and
croekory exchange yestorday wero M.
H. McDonald, of McDonald Bros.,
Minneapolis; F. A. Holmnn, of Weiss
& Holmnn, Uroon Bav. Mich., anil T. C.
liorunzon, of Jons & Lorouzon, Davenport,
"Handsome is that hnndeomo does."
and if llood'u Saraaparilla doasn't do
liaudaomoly then nothing does. IIuvo
you ovor triod it? 1
Tiieiie will bo a storoopticon Kntortainmont
at tho United l'roabytorian
churcii noxt Friday ovoninfr. Tho leeturo
will bo by l'rof. A. M. Btovonson.
. Eighty-five dollars
for snlo by
f. W. BXumto & Co.
OAMBRON?On Sunday. February 5, ISM, nt 10:30
o'clock p. in.. lii'Cir.NK A. CAHEr.oN, ajoil 41
Funeral Mjrvlcoa from h(it Into residence. No. 81
Twelfth atreot. Tnetdiy iitlonioon at 5
o'cluelf. Friend* of iho family nro Invited
topttond. ItuuiuliiB will lio taken to tlio 11.
& 0. depot. Interment will lie nt Washinjftun.
I>. VVetlni-ti'liw nflornnmi at t o'elnrk.
IN DAILY USE.
Mr. Michael Hlgglng, Belcher &
Tho Taylor Agricultural
1 ne Tool Co., Chlcopeo
Befit. Fnlln, Mass., writes:
" This company has
ST. JACOB8 OIL
for years for their men for burns,
cuts and bruises, and No
we know of nothing _ .
that compares with it." ?C|M8I?
(Kormorly of Trow A llorUohf).
And Artarla! Embnlmor,
1110 Hnln fttrwt* VintRlilt,
Cull* bjr tcldtthono wwerod day or nlffht
flloro tolephono, 0J.1; roildanco. 53J - up.'7
1117 Main Street.
Am prepared to oondttot bttftiU 101 mntl mv
Utniuory raannor: all mndurn undertaking anplianreaand
nun black and while (unaral oardi
Oompmant maaajemenl guaranteed.
CntAni i'??k?n nnd a lull line of burial ??nd?.
Injmtntw prompt. oonaldtrato and rallabla.
' call" by telephone;
KeMdcuoc, Hit Fam-Xa lit
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I .1 I II FURNITURE
POLISH?G. MENDEL 4 CO.!
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1124 Main Street,
Wheeling, W. Va.
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Electric Fo?ther ,
Cleanser ^ DUSTERS
CORSETS-CEO. E. STIFEL i. CO. *
STIFDL & CO.
We are now ready for invoicing, WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR
but we still offer BIG DRIVES in Win- .
ter Goods of aii kinds. Dr. Jam Sanitary Underwear
WRAPS Made in all weights, and all
tivwvt? kinds of garments for Men,
J ' Women and Children. Also
suitings, HER MAJESTY'S
dress goods, nprto
odi) lace curtains, ( ( ) K S P I S
odd portieres and v>w1\ul( 1 u,
ODDS AND ENDS The most comfortable and
from every department are being durable Corset made.
closed out Regardless of Cost or "
Value, ypu can save money by We assure satisfaction'^ all purpurchasing
now. chasers of these goods.
SZ^Our new Spring Stock will be ready
in a few days.
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star clothing house-d. gunpling & co. 2
"THE WELL DRESSED MAN"
lot- . ..''..'8
ReoelveS the Right Hand of Fellowship from Everyone.
A Cicero Shabbily dressed will go off
at a discount, while the modern dressed
man will have the hand of welcome extended
to him wherever he goes, though
he may not have sense enough to come
out of the rain?and buy one of our
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Since ciistom has made this levy, why
not come and see us, where you can
dress yourself from head to foot stylish,
reliable and at a moderate cost.
^ & CO.,
Star Clothiers, 34 and 36 Twelfth Strait.
DINNER AND TEA SETS.-JOHN FRIEDEL 4 CO.
Dinner and Tea Sets,
Banquet, Library and Stand Lamps of
Every Variety, which will be offered at
Very Low Prices 1
John Friedei & Co.,
1110 and 1131 Main Stroot. '
ft* MANHOOD RESTORED liSK&S
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A U*nof tohawo. opium or Mlttiulanift whloh pooii lend to InarBlJJj CMmanp
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DR. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL FEMALE PILLS
For rollnrlnB prolonsid and painful iupi?r#??lon? of tho menitruil parlodi. the aro thn only ?ifi
and dartalncQftfmr olwM to woman. thoy tiro ortioolatlv mcd* fof tnarrM u<i|(?t &/ifo ami
alwajrito bajfjlad upon. Mk for Dr. MotVa IVnuyroyftl Plll\ Tako no oibor. II i>orbo*. by j
tnnll. fiend forbirnlmr. Dr. Mott dhomlcul Oo,, CleV ?lnnd, O. 1
For lalo lo WUoalluji by thu LUUANDUUu U>., Mnlu and lafllii BtrMtl. 4*21
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