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I SPICY MEETING"
Of tlio Ohio Valloy Trades nnd Labor Assembly. SENSATIONAL CHARGES WERE MADE In Connection With tho Gas Works Coal Contract. POOR COAL MADE TO APPEAR GOOD By a Clover System of Doctoring in | Trusted*? A Resolution That Was J Postponed Until Next Meeting?A ' Political Pow- Wow for va Few j Minutes?LegislntIvo Coinmitteo to ( Buttonhole Councilman This Week. I Other Business Transacted. ______________ The Ohio Valloy Trades And Labor Assembly mot yesterday afternoon at its hall on Markot street in regular session, I'residont Michael Grogan in i tho chair, and Secretary Saulsbury at 1 the desk. I The following new delegates / wore ] obligated by the a9iombly: Mountain City, A. A.?David Llew- i allyn. Crescent I.odse, A. A.?Harry llock- j inn. - j Lincoln Asaoinbly, K. of L.?U. M. i Boston, AV. P. Crogan and H. S. Jiorri- ' son. Nothing now was hoard from tho boycott committee on sovornl boycotts. A boycott on a carriage firm outsido the city was reported, but it was not done in proper shape and consideration was postponed. Tho committee on by-laws reported that one thousand copies had been printed. Tho committee's report was received, and it was discharged. A communication from tho American Moderation of Labor was road. After conuiderable diRCUssion it was decided that tho assembly would not affiliate itself with tho federation during tho coming year. CLA RK-K A UITM A X A1TAI It. The Clark-Kautfman difficulty at the StandardvEtna in ills, over tho river, was next taken up. First tho arbitration committee gavo an extended account of tho proceedings at the meeting held on tho evening of November 4. At this moating appeared a number of mill men representing both sides of the controversy, and Clark appeared to have gotten tlio worst of tho argument. By a vote, however, tho assembly decided that the proceedings of tho committee meeting be not given to tho press. The following resolution was presented by the chairman of the committee and passed: 1 Resolved, That we, your arbitration committee, deprecato the action of Mr. ' Hugh Clurk in entering into a private agreement with the Standard mill committee, in making rates of wages in di- , red violation ol the rule, "Whore a dispute arises as to the class of a mill, the president of tho national lodge, with < tho executive committee, shall class tho mill": therefore, AW?/</, That your committeo regards that Mr. Hugh Clark should, in comphance with his professions of union- j ism, comply with the laws governing ( the Amalgamated Association. I Whether this marks the end of a , raoro or less interesting controversy, , cannot be told at this time. Obviously, j unless Clark resign* his placo at the j .Etna-Standard mill, trouble between , him and bis labor associates will rosulu , POLITICS A FEATUllE. . At this point the vice president of tho ' assembly, Mr. W. II. H. Riley, intro- 1 duced the following resolution, which naii already ueen nuieu ujiuu mtmuuij by Garfield Assembly, Kights of Labor, tho leading organization of ciuariiKikers in the city: "The published statements that tho committee on ways and means has been memorialized by the cigar manufactar- j ors of some of the larger citioa to rotluce the existing import duties on foroign ' lenf tobacco and to 'ncrea>e the internal revenue tax on clears from $.'! to S<i per thousand having been considered in spe- 1 cial meeting of the Garfield Assembly of cigurmakcrs held at Wheoling in Trades Assembly hall, on Wednesday ' evening, November 1, 18ti3, it was re- I solved to petition tho honorable ways ' and means committee in tho interest of rovenues of tile national government, 1 and the equal rights of American to- 1 bacco growers, cigar manufacturers, i ri.arniakora and consumers in the ' United States: "First?Toeatablish instead of existing dulios a uniform specific import duty on all foreign leaf tobacco not exceeding 60 cents per pound on unstemmcd and an equivalent rato on all foreign stemmed tobacco; and "Second?A uniform internal rovenuo tax of $t! per thousand on ail cigars manufactured in part or exclusively from imported tobacco; and "Third?A uniform internal revoniio tax of ?3 por thodsand on cigars manufactured exclusively of tobacco grown in the domain of the United States." INTERESTING DISCUSSION. Tho resolution had just been read whon a dolegate jumped to hia teet and excitedly nskedi "Is this to bo in connection with a protective tariB?" "Yes; it is," answored tho gontloman who introduced it before tbo assembly, "but til* intentions of the proseut administration, If carried out, will injnro one of tho foremost industries iu this part of tho country." Another delegatesaid: "I think anything that allect? Ameiican laborshould Properly come before and be endorsed oy this Assembly, and " Delegate No. '? 'Brother president, no motion has been mado in connection with the resolution." Tho first dolegate?"I intended to mske a motion as soon as I could gut at it, and?" The President ? "Well, just make your motion first and get at it afterwards." The first delegnte, again?"Ertry mon who loves America and the interests of Amorican labor ought to take to heart tho line of policy of tho present national administration, which is to take oft the duties on articles manufactured here, and thus create additional imports, and that means that labor will receive loss inonoy in this country. It is proposed to take oil duties so much that thcro will not bo enough custom duties left to meet tho enormous oxponsos ot tho government, ' which amount to $400,000,1X10 a year, and to meet the deficiency they intend to levy an income tax. Are wo as Americana going to protoct onr own interests, bypassing these resolutions, or allow our interests to slip out of our fingers by giving to foreigners tho employment tliat belongs to us?" Mr. Kiley?"That we may retain an ndujtry that has greatly iucrcaaud TT .IlUJLiUlJ. right horo in Wheeling since the internal revenue tax was reduced from $0 r*?, and which tho law that is proponed to bo passed will gfeatly injure, wo should be liko our Goveanor MacCorkle, and "cali a halt." Wo are satisfied to pay tho tax but not a war tax. Wo are simply asking tho assembly to help protect an industry that i? of t.ist importance to Wheeling and this locality." After everybody appeared to have spoken on tho nubjoct, the brilliant former vice-president of tho assembly arosn and said: "Mr. President, I risn to a point of oriler." lie then objected to tho resolution on the ground that it was not signad or sealed by the asaombly from which it came. Another Delegate?1 am a delegate from Garfiold Assembly, but I am opposed to tiio action it took on the resolution. 1 would explain my views, but I \m certain I would be culled down. I will just ask tho members to sit down an that resolution; I am not in favor of kfinninn ilrtnrn ?lm tariff rtn til lit tob.1(!< l'o, and am in favor of giving all protection to our tobacco growers. Consideration of the resolution was postponed until the next mooting, when it will bo presented in proper shape. SOMEWHAT SENSATIONAL. After the tobacco matter had been acted upon, a delegate arose and wanted tho assembly to have tho West Virginia legislative committee look after tho interests of home coal for the pas works whon ttte new board, likely to be elected Tuesday night, comes into power, 'l'he :ommittoo was so directed. At this point there was a discussion j is to tho relative merits of Floeraheim, tho Pennsylvania coal operator who furnishes tho gas works with coal, and senator Johnson X. Camden a3 frieuds af unionism. One delegate said the former is as much an enothy to their :ause as tho West Virginian. The assertion was mado that Floorsheim had ropoatodly wined and dined councilmen md that he gave them free cars of coal. A delegate wanted to know whether the Floorsheim coal conges from a union mine. A coal miner replied that. Floorahoim runs one anion and one fion-union mine, and that the coul that :omos to the steel works is non-uniou. Another delegate who has worked in tho gas plaut said that once tho Elm Jrove coal had been tried and that it wouldn't do at all, having the effect of cnocking all the stokers ont, and was ,n fni> fa* malrimr. Ha nnid th? ?w iwt ?? < ? r.on nt tho gad plant will kick if locul :oal is to be used. . Tho same delogatosaid that there has jeen a rotten condition of nfiairs at the ;a* plant. He suid that when the gas :rusteea were about to go there to inipuct the quality of coal that is being ised, Floersheim would come around, ind give each of the men a dollar, and Lhon good coal would be scattered over Jig poor slack, which he said is a largo part of the coal sent hero from the b'loorsheim mines. At other times ho laid. Floershcim would send around segrf of beer for the mon, bo they vouldn't toll of the poor article of coal that ho was furnishiug at the gas ft'orks. After some minor and unimportant! easiness the assembly adjourned. BHLLAIRB. ill Sort* of Locul New* and Gosulp froui | tlu* Glass City. Only one member of the state tax :ominission appointed by Governor McKinley came hero Saturday, lion. VV. N. Cowden, with his stenographer, j Miss Elnora McMunn. The commislion had dividod up in order to got over Jig state more tlioroughly, and, each i )ne having a stenographer, the sugges-1 tions can be compiled when they meet together later on. Tho object of this non-partisan commission is to gather I facts and report to tho governor, who, in his moscage, will recommend equitable amendments to the tax laws. Air. 1 L'owden, while at Su Glairs villa on Friday, heard a number of intelligent farmBra and residents of that town, and on Saturday, in this city, he heard James F. Anderson, John A. Gallaher, George \V. Yost, \V. C. Bergundthai, T. A. Rodefer, Col. C. L. Poorman, Owen Meehan. Judge J. l?. Driggs and Hon. Ross J. Alexander. Mr. Cowden says the revenues of the state are about ?(>00,000 short of meeting the generai expenses, and that it is a knotty problem to increase the revenues from the sources now taxed. Hon. C. L. Weems, the prosecutorelect in this county, was in town Saturlay and accompanied tho American Mechanics to tho Forest Hill school tiouso in tho afternoon, where ho made & thrilling address upon tho occasion of running tho American flag up on the school house. Mr. Wee ma' theme was "Our flag and our country," and he jeotned at his best and tho big crowd in uttendauce ' was carried away by his ipoech. Prof. King, of tho McMechen schools, also mado a brief address on "Our order and our schools." Rev. Dr. Boyd preached an ablo sermon at tho Uniled Prosbyterian church yesterday morning, after which communion services were held. At the First Presbyterian church last night Rev. L. W. Uarr preached a sermon on "How to Help tho Unemployed." The Knights of the Goldon Eagle attended the South Bellaire M. E. church in a body and were addrcusod by Rev, William Peregoz. There is not mnch doubt now that the old lantern globe works will bo revived here. Globos are now being made in non-union factories, every man making all ho can. If this rule is permitted under union rules there would be no trouble about organizing a company here at once. A telegraph oporator from Wheeling who h\id got too much enthusiasm beneath his hide, and who was found to bo a morphine fiend afterwards, was carod for at tho city building, but allowed td depart without being lined Saturday. The Electric Light Company has its incandescent dynamos running now and the first of those lights were turned on Saturday evening. They cost threofourths of a cent an hour for oach bu(fter and one house has 24 lights in it. w John Davis will completo tho Grayel hill paving in two or threo days, and Henry T. Day has commenced work ou the lower town paving. Tho wonderfully nico weather this fall has helped things out in this direction. John Leo Van Pelt, of thesecrotary of state's oflice, at loosing, Mich., was in town yesterday. John says "Michigan loves Gen. Alger, but Major MeKinley will have her solid voto for President in '96." Tom Koysor bought twonty-seven acres of the Lashley farm in Mead township for $1,300 last week, and will move to it to garden horeaftor. Two belligerent colored chaps spent vesterday in tho city bastile. There has been no money in any of tho occupants for two or threo months. F. C. Husbands was called to Delaware by tho dangerous illness of hit sister. There are four criminal cases set for hearing in the common pleas court today. Councilman Wimmer recoived a cat and eight kittens from Flushing as a ro* ivi Lii i minder of tho result of last Tuesday's voting-. I lis notice of their arrival win "live stock'! at C., L. & tV. for you. Tho Belmont coantv medical society will meet at tho Windsor hotel to-morrow. Jacob Heathi?rineton is still very low with pneumonia. Take Simmons Liver Regulator. You can eat as much and whatever you please without injury. MARTIN'S FERRY. flaps ancl MWlmp# In the Thriving City Across tlio liiror. An interesting game of foot ball was played on Saturday afternoou between tho Y. M. C. A. and /Etnavillo foot ball clubs. Robt. Blackford was umpiro and Th. Gfertsen, referoe. Tho jEtnuvillo boys played well for their first game. The score was 22 to 4. A good sized crowd witnessed tho game. This week's attractions at tho Opera House are Schuiuan Quartette (Y. M. C. A.) Wednesday evening; "Zeb," Thursday; King's Daughters' entertertainment, Friday, auJ Gurton'a miustele, Saturday. Miss Bess Grillith returned on Saturkay from an extended visit in Pittsburgh, stopping at Wellsville on her return. An athletic club will be organized in the Meagles' Ilall, at ^Etnavillo, this evoning by the young men ot that place. Tho Misses E^gleaon entertained Miss Mary Carson, of bmithlield, and Miss Nettie Conuell, of brilliant, yesterday. Mies Libbie Tweedy, who has been confined to bed with typhoid (ever /or six weeks, is improving slowly. Tho eight inch mill at tho /EtnaStandard will work one turn to-day to till an order. The American Dancing Club will dance at Miennerchor hall next Saturday evening. The Belmont County W. C. T. U. will most in the Presbyterian church next Thursday. , TUo special service held in the Epis- ( copal church, last night, was well at* tended. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gray have returned from Chicago and Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Couoway, of Wellsburg, are visiting relatives here. I Mrs. Magnus Feronbach was somewhat better to-day. Frank Harrison, of Barnosville, was in town yes lord ay. Mrs. J. 0. Stewart has returned from n Pittsburgh. J Tin: fall of the year is a trying season n for elderly people. The many cheerless, r dark, dismal days act depressing, not to say injuriously, on both old and young. Now is the time to re-enlorco the vital energies with Ayer's Sarsapa- rill a?tho best of all blood medicines. 1 Olio Miuutn. Sixty seconds often makes a great difference?a 0110 minuto remedy for Bron-uo.wl UUlUtJ, UUU&illK up Ui luu liituut ?>1U lungs, etc., of course in a grout blessing. Cubeb Cough Cure is such a remedy it will.afford decided relief in one minute. No family will be without it after once trying it. Sold by Alex T. Young, John Klari, Wheeling, and Bowio <5c Co., Bridgeport, Ohio. A Knvorlto in Kentucky. Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for the past twelve years, says: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives better satisfaction than any other cough medicine 1 ever sold." There is good reason for this. No other will euro a cold so quickly; no s other is so certain a preventive and cure $ for croup; no other allords so much ro- u lief in cases of whooping cough. For d Rale by Chas. R. Goetze, Will W. Irwin, p Chris. F. Schnepf, Chas. Monkemelier, ' Wm. E. Williams, S. L. Brice, A. E. Hcheele, Will Menkeraelier, John Coleman, Richards & AlcEtroy, u heeling; Bowie & Co., Bridgeport, and B. F. Peo- = bouv& Son, Benwood. BucUleu't Aruio.i gaiva. The best salve in tue world for cuti, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all Hkin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. . It ia guaranteed to give perfect natistac- I foflliwltul l'ripfl On GAntf * a box. For sale by Logan Drug Co. " ^ d If you feel weak " and all worn out take J BROWN'S IRON BITTERS t fob Over Fifty Years. ( Mks. Winslow'sSoontrxo Strup has been used i for over fifty years by millions of motbert for * their children whlio teething, with perfect *uo- 1 ccsa It soothes tiie child, softens the gums, qllays nil paUv cures wind colic, nud ii the beat roniedy w.DiarrhcDn. It will relievo the poor little sufferer immediately. hold by druggUts in every juirt of the world. Twenty-five cetitM a 1 bottle " Hi? sure and ask for "Mm. Winslow's | Soothing Syrup," aud uke no other kind. nwfaw Waseca, Mink., Not. 25, 1890. JIt. Korman Liclity, Va iloina, la.: Deaii Sir.?Please Bond us at the earliest one carton ICrauie's Headache CapsuIoB. Wo caa't rua the machino ' without timm. Send at once as wo aro out, and oblige, Suddoth & i'r.taroN. Sold by Alex T. Youn?, John Klari, Wheeling, aud Bowie & Co., Bridgeport, Ohio. . 5 Dorit Tou Know that you can secure almost immediate relief from Indigestion, and that uncomfortable fullness after meals, by simply taking a dosa of Simmons Liver Regulator? i Some people think that because it is called Liver . Regulator it has nothing to do with Indigestion and the like. It is the inaction ofcthe Liver that causes Indigestion, and that fullness; also Con- , stipation, and those Bil- 1 ious Headaches. Millions have been made to understand this and have been cured from these troubles by Simmons Liver Regu- i lator?a medicine unfail- . ing and purely vegetable. Prom Bat. M. D.Wharton, Baltimore, Md "It affords me pleasuro to add iny testimony to the (treat virtues of Klmmons | Liver Regulator. I havo had experience with it, us occasion demanded, for many years, and regard It as the axentest medlcino of the times. So pood a medicine d'iscrves univ<?r:.i! mmr?!?'ru!n?ir" NT,Y THE BEST QUALITY OF 1 STATIONERY. TIIE FIX EST INK AND THK NK\TKST TJ'I'K ?ro u*>l In lh? Commercial Frtnthic dour br Tlit LSTELLIOENCU JOB OFFICE I? Brings comfort and improvement and tends to peiToiinl enjoyment when rightly used. The many,'who livo better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's bc3t products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing r.rnl truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative; effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds, headaches und fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with tho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all draggists in GOc and $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs and being well informed, you will no-1 accept any substitute if offered. ELys CatarrH MMBAliMpCTJI Cleanie* the Na-nl PttURM, B?PLD?nHE*H t liny a Pain ami a* h 1 Inflammation, FEVEft?^ leals the Sores, fe ItMtor** the __/'8X^ SenscH of Taste Hyflh ami ftmoll. RY THE CORE. HAY-FEVER A particlo is applied Into "caeh nostril and 1r Grocnble. I'rieo cents at Druggist*; by mull, DjflMorcfl. CO cents. ELY BKOTIIK1U, 50 Warren St.. New York. nc'HMUT.twy SHOES-W. L. DOUGLAS. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE ?om. *_ ??" i '"t.? I? nuil Ini nalr.t w juu wuir incm i mioti iioai m ?j ? r~"'i Best In ths world. 5.0D^*V3.00 #4.00je \?.50 #3.50 ss|h _J?s2.0fl _ c? W ^fKVrc,UDIES #2.50 ? -^Y*J$2.00 / #2.25 W Aft $1.75 I -I VJ If yoawant aflno DRESS SHOE, made In the latest tyles, don't pay $6 to $8t try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or 15 Shoe. They fit equal to custom mado and look and rear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, o so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and rice stamped on tho bottom, look for It whon you buy SV. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, BlMe. Sold tfl J. T. STONE. 1012 Mnln street GEO. STEWART. Brldcooort. 0. II. K. MENKfcMELLEK. J13I M?rkot MrcoL PROF. SHEFFiathoonly OmcrA.v n tlio city that Correctly FITS THE SYES WITH GLASSES Without the Um /* Drw)s! If you need Spectaciea or your yea tiro or head aches when reading or ewinp, you can consult him and have a 'our eyea examined for clasae? without :harge nt his New Optical Establish- rj oent, 1110 Main ntrcot, one door abovo yj&; Snook & Co.'a dry goods a tore. *<2 fl^PROF. SHEFF has the only nnr }omplktk Optical Establishment in the I y f Jtato, and is the only Optician that Fita ftn$. 0 Artificial Eyea. Call VST 1110 MAIX STREET, au." 1-DAWj- Wheeling, "\V. Vn n0* INVESTORS ~ Will do well to inquire the price of IN j STOCKSand BONDS in our hands. Will c simpson & hazlett, No. 1311 Market St.. ulO Sb^ Con DRUGGISTS. "?n" ac30 WHAT YOU WANT! rose cream. cold cream. ! violet cream. , " coroline. idi - ' 1310 Popular and elesjnnt preparations for Chapped land*. Kaco aud Lips, ttold by Tjie iri., ?C. ZjIST, door. no9 aud Dealers Geierollr. 8EPT 1 woolw oflora PHOTOGRAPHY. Praet ? - Latin The Phntnprrflnhg &;d' coinp AND CRAYON PORTRAITS. "ho? r * ^ Grain Higgins1 Gallery, oc23 <2 TWELFTH 3TRKET. jyjYLES' ART STUDIO. PHOTOGHAPHe. W i'OKTBAlTS in plstei* oil, crayon, WaTIU JJjjjjj and Ink. lie*. 21 St MHIN STREET. 0p*n Jcl.l ' PICTURES A ART MATERIALS. =T ili| Oldest Art Store In the State. Pictures. Prunes, Looking Clowes. Artists' Material*. Architects' nnd Surveyors' duppllea. Artistic Frame* to order Tel Long oxporlcuco, best materials. expert labor. qi, E. L. NICOLL, An jeC7 1222 Market Street li HANDKERCHIEF SALE GEO. R. TAYLOR. ?-"~~E7VYBROIDERED~""~""?r Handkerchief Sale! % )IMENCIN6 THIS MORNING. GEO. R. TAYLOR. Having purchased at a nominal price one hundred and fifty dozen of Fine All-Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs. I will sell the same at about one-fourth their value. ?~prices ' " i > 17 cents. 10 cents. 19 cents. 20 cents. "t" ? "t Every Handkerchief guaranteed to be all pure Linen Cambric. I buy no Handkerchiefs that are not strictly pure linen. When you inquire for a Linen Handkerchief you get a Linen Handkerchief, not one-half or all cotton. This Special Sale will not in any way interfere with my regular business in the Cloak and Dress Goods Department. At the same time 1 place on -' ?1 I mfiII nlira nn cola no\l/ saie mese iiaiiLmciuuicio, < wm pm^w. v*? .?^?r Fur Ana Cloth Garments, differing in style from garments bffered early in the season. If you want Choice Goods, Latest Styles and Low Prices, you can be suited at my store. rEO. R. TAYLOR. FINANCIAL. Wheeling Title and Trust Co., NO. 1315 MARKET STREET. CAPITAL, - - $^02,100. GENERAL BANKIXO BUSINESS. SAFETY AND DEPOSIT VAULT. HEAL ESTATE TITLK8 INSURER STOCKS AND BONDS SOLDI II. 51. Ruiwll. Pren-t U F. StlfeL Sec'r. C. J. Itatvliug, V. P. B. I. Singleton. Ara'tSec'jr. Geo. K.E. Gllchrlut, Examiner of Title*. G. Lamb, President t Job. Sktbold. Cashier Bank of Wneeling! CAPITAL $200,000, PAID IS. A. J. cinrKe. Jo-opfi r. P?ulL James Cummins. HeUrr Blebortoo. k TOT I IT Gas Ilcatlng Stove, with down A. Key maun. Josoph Seyboid. ill Aril i'or the quantity of gas Gibson Lamb I oouiunml ?lv? more beat than Jatore<t paid on ?|.e lal dupo'lt. tlior (ra? Move. Modern* lu price. ]?n? dr?iu on Borland Ireland ?n4 Sootlmi and examlno tliom. mjll JOSEPH SKYBOLt). Ca.hl.r, NESBITT & BBO., -rfXCHANGE BANK. 1812 Market Ft root JQj ; CAPITAL^.- ?$300,000. EDUCATIONAL. K Vas? ~ MtaL L. S. Delavi.ai.n Vlco President. ight School.>o 0 J. M. Brown. William Elllngham. Why don't you attood the night let- l>? 8- Delaplain. W. .V. Kelley. monsoftho John Krew. Drafts Issued on England, Ireland, Scotland seling Business. College, lor. Main and Twelfth Sts. ? BANK ?F TUE ?HI? VALLEY< CAPITAL.? -$175,000. tine. Spelling. Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, ... _ _ .. k baud TvD^writiuc. etc. Wiiaiax Isrrr President ifortoble moms, careful personal Ins true- Wjm.tait ji Sr\r rso v...... ......Vice-President ind lu\v prices. Drafts on England, Ireland, Krouco ana Qer* rau ny. COME AND SEE US. ?? DIRECTORS. William A. IsctL Mortimer Pollock. a M CfpvpnQ Rart'Q D. 111. ulOlOliij 11(111 U Henry Spejcr. Victor Ro.outra* Jnoob C. Thomas Jul F. P JKPPOJf.Caahier. xhool for Young rg??,TUBE.c>?eTS,^' dies and Children. A(R MATTRESS and 13I8MnrkotSt., Wheeling, W.Ya. The Only Pure Mattress i Island cars and electric motor* pius the . ... . , Third annual Ronton begins MONDAY, in the World. EMHKR IK. ISOi. continue* thirty-niue i, dividod into four term*. TbU t-cho.il electric is cosstructios. and Modern Language* HYOIEXIC W PRINCIPLE, school ronxlsts of Primary. Grammar, iiiuu..uv an iftwviruu, role aud C'ollcjro Preparatory departments. 11 methods and course of instruction will _ , - Th?m .1 are farorably with the best seminaries In CaU and *** Them at * areTeoeived in the Primary and first year ^ ? ^ JE3C "5T 9 S? mar. For circular, or Interview, apply to Street MRS. M. STEVES8 HART, 11^h Mflip ^.tr^er. Principal, DENTISTRY. Rpsldonce So. 727 Main St. i rVDONTUNDER. I -ILUAMSPORT DICKEN80N V . . _ SEMINARY. Wllllaranport. Pa. Both , Teeth poilt rely extracted without pala br Regular anil Elective courw. Plu (or 100,1 "PPUcatlon. So alter otfocu. JO Minlc. Art. Mcdern Uniunsefc .peolnl- DENTAL WOltK OF ALL KIND* Slearn heat, electriclUrbt. Uulojue lreo CAREFULLY KXF.CCTED. iSept-f. L. J. GRAY, D. D.. President , __ _ _ J ill. A. B. MILLER. D.D.S.. ?? ipTJ 42 Twelfth Street. Wheeling, W. Va. COAL. . = H. D. WILLIS, MACHINISTS. ' ?wi.n aosxt ror.? T5EDMAN 4 CO., SONUAM COAfc A.VD COKE, TWENTY'FIBST AND WATER ST4 GENERAL MACHINISTS ephineK And Manufacturers or Marine and ean Lump Coal 8?<o per Bushel. Stationary EnRlnos. thraclta and Piedmont Blacksmith Coat i stock. JeJO aal7 WIIEKUNQ, W. VA. '