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iNTEi,LUii:Nci:i: run. co.,
D5amx27 Kol'utekntii SritKitr,
|Th? lJatl4.HJK.vrKK. embracing Il? MM oral
Hltlont. Is entered In tho rouoftoe at Wheel
ing, W, Vk, ?? second-class mutter.|
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I'tlltorlnl lioniio K'M ..Conntinc Uontu 571.
STATE it K PUBLICAN LEAGUE
Call for tile Kxsculivo Committee to
Select Delegates to Cleveland.
To the ExraiSn r,,-n mtlee oj Vie RrpiMUan Stale
League of WV?f I'irffinia:
We have fl^od tho ISth day of April. 1893. lor
Mid committee to meet at the Rlanerhiusett
ho el. In Parkcrsburg. at 10 o'clock a. tn.. to ?o
loot congressional and delevates-at-larjo to at
tend the National Republican league meeting
to lw hoid in Cleveland. Ohio. June 19. 20 and
21.1S9S. Wo ttrgo that cach member of the com
mittee bo present.
C 1?. ELLIOTT. President
J. W. Stccx. Secretary.
SUBS?CEXUKnS to the INTtSLLl0EN UEli
who int end tn move April 1, nhoiild leave
word a* to thnir clmii:? of address nt the
olfiee, tlmt there mnjr be no delny or inter
ruption In the delivery of thepaper. Tele
}>l>oue SC. 72.
3Iandcipv"?l Ownership ot Oai I'lmti
The following from tlm Cincinnati
Time*Star in"a raisappiehenaiou of tho
A3U.l>W 2o??on is now being learned hr the [
neople of ttvi little cltv of Wheeling, W. V.x. in |
* the value of municipal ownership of gas plants.
Till* l? Use d.'l rit fur one year and tno deficit i?
?aid to be kiug. Ol course trie taxpayers are
holding th-b:\-; The more the aoofaltstlc ex
periment is trie 1 the bigger bltls have to be foot
ed by the patient taxpayers. Hut Isn't this the
ultimate object of thy Ideal socialli: to Juve
somebody e!v? hiar Jul hi* burden*?
Municipal ownership of a gas plant
wa* vjrv profitable to tho city of Wheel
ing. When thtt jr.id board pa: in a
plant to prtA'ide arc lighta to light the
streets tho balance began to bo on the
other aide anil ha8 so remained.
The city ma^es tho gm board no al
lowance for lighting tho streets. Tins
cut no Jiguro when tho streets wero
lighted with gas. but lighting them with
arc lights cuts a considerable figure. In
audition to this tho gas boani'd reve
nue! from consumers have declined,
probably on account of hard titaoH.
In this city the taxpayers have no:
yet hold the bag. Consumora of gas
have lighted the siree:* for the taxnay- 1
ers. For utreot lighting taxpavora
should hold the bug. The servicti is
rendered for them aud they have the I
benefit of it.
Gentle spring, ethereal mildness? I
but for how lor.g?
Inilustrlnl Development of the <otitli.
Itev. iJr. Edward Everott Hale does
net think much of tho industrial devel
opment of the south, of which ho has
been hearing, lie went to Aslieville
nnd Hot Spring-", North Carolina, and
ho d*i not see a mau at work except
convicts along tho road.
It is true that the traveler along that
road 8ec9 one convict camp after an
other; and it is al.so true that there is
an industrial development of tho south
which id not seen by one crossing that
part of North Carolina. This develop
ment, by tho way, is giving groat con
cern to Dr. Halo'a own etato of Massa
chusetts, which has thought worth
while to pond a committee ol its legis
lature to look into iL
No small part oi tho industrial gain
of the south is at tho expense of Now
England, whoso manufacturing suprem
acy, built up without trio advantage
that comes from nearness .to raw
material*, is being swept away by com- I
muuities having the raw materials at j
This movement has only fairly bo- i
gun, but it reus on ho lirm a foundation
of natural advantages that it cannot be
arrested. It means merely that tho
stream has begun to flow in its natural
channel. Corinin industries are going
eouth by gravity.
Is tho light of the results of tho re- |
ront elections it would appear that tho i
Democratic party is still under the
influence of tho "knock-out drops" ad
ministered last fall.
A <'?ni(|iwrln;; Woitliin.
The late Mrs. Pnran Steven*, who is
said to have been a factory girl heforo
her marriage, used her husband's
wealth and her own strong mind to
conquer "foeioty" and bring it lo her
/eel. As soon ni she was married she
b-gan to educate her.-olf and itccotn*
plished wonder*. From tho time she j
began her assault on society thero was
no ceiHatioii of hostilities until she
had won a place in tho ranks. Then
eh" aopirci lo leadership and won that
Whether Mrs. Stevens had or had
not been in early life a factory girl,
from the point of view of the swell so
ciety of New York and Newport and
London she was nobody when she be
gan her campaign. She was in the very
front rank, a leader of leaders, when
dentil ra ted a hall.
It tins forceful woman had devoted
herself to something really worthy of
hor talonta and o(Tort?, what a name
aha would have left boliiml hor; how
tho la hoavon would havo wol*
The Cuban Itevolt.
U the Spinlah troops could catch in
tho open tho insurgonts who aro mak
inn trouble In Cuba, thoy might crush
thorn in a pitched battlo. This ii what
tho Spaniarda want. It it wliut the
Cubans will not lut thoin have.
Such forcos as their* are moro etloct
ivo when thoy broak out in apots, strike
here and make oil to ntriko suddenly
oiaowhere. Determined and dnrmg
men on their own noil and hnvmg local
aoutlment in thoir favor can plaguo a
force much nuporlor to themselves.
Thoy aro as olus ivo as Hens, but tho (lea
At this distanco it is impossible to
know just how much the revolt amounts
to. Spain deairoa to mako it appear as
small mh possible. At tlie natno time
she is hurrying troop# to tho inland and
they will bo under that experienced
man Martinez Campos. If it wore all a
"matter oi uo conaequenco" Spain
would put it down quickly with tho
forco she has in Cuba.
It looks ai though tho apprehensions
for the mother country are aroused as
never boforeand that extraordinary ef
forts aro bsing made to provont tho
I tlame from spreading and onvoloplng
I tho wholo island.
Ik General Harrison doos not roturn
to the whits ho use he may go back to
Washington to represent Indiana in
tho senate. Uo will aorvo his country
well iu any atation.
Money In Political Campaign*.
Some Chicago Democrats think that
if their campaign fund of ?500,000 had
all been oxpondod in tho recent election
thoy might have won; and tlioy want
to know what haabocomool the money,
secured largely by asseaiing city em
It is almost inconceivable that so
much money was raisod for a city cam
paign. ,Furthermore it is not probable
that $500,000 could havo turned the
tide that ran against tiie Democratic
nominees by more than 40,000 plurality.
Money accomplishes a great doal in pol
itics, but thore aro flauros which it can
not rub out. When tiie pooplo get
started on a certain lino money will not
Tho Republican party could not havo
won in 1STJ if it had ten times as much
money as it did havo. So with the Dem
ocratic party in 1S'J4. There are limits
on the usefulness of monoy in politics.
Klectkocction has roached a fino
point when life in takon in one minute.
The guillotine does better, the gallows
not so well by a eood deal.
In the judgment of tho New York
Evening Post tho Republican majority
of I2.0D0 in Su Louis "puts tho stato of
Missouri in tho doubtful list next yoar."
This is not tho way tho Evoning Post
would like it to be, but unquestionably
this is tho way it H.
Othor states hitherto Democratic will
bo in tho doubttul list next rear. Wo
do not inciude West Virginia in this
category. West Virginia has gono into
*.Se list of Republican states and in 1S9G
will give her electoral voto to tho Re
publican ticket. As an oarnost of good
faith West Virginia is now represented
in the Con-ross of tho United States by
four reprosontatives and ono senator of
the Republican housotiold of faith.
Roston school teachers testify that
the greatest fault they havo to find with
boys is uucleaa'.inoss, with tho girls un
truthfulness. The tobacco hnoit is said
to ho largely responsible for tho un
cleanliness of tho boys. The dosiro to
appoar to be other than thov aro is giv
en as tho reason why tho girls do not
tell tho truth. It won!! bo interesting
to know whether this is the common
experience of teachers doaling with both
Physicians aro by no means ag reed as
I to Hntitoxin. Somo of them insist that
it is altogether bad. Others are strong
in its praise. Tho bacteriologist of the
New York health board asks what if
not antitoxin has roducod tho death
rate in that city 10 por cent lower than
last year? Why is it that diphtheria
epidotuici aro milder tho world over
this year than thoy havo baon before?
Tiieeo aro pertinent questions.
Tub Roston Herald, mugwump, ro
viewing tbo political situation iu ro
gard to the next presidency, asserts that
tho Doinocrats are a worse dofea'od
party than thoy over were in the north
ern state-*, and, in addition to this, they
are at a Iops to know on what basis they
aro to rally and attempt to lepnir their
disaster. This is true. Literally, but
ungrammatically, they don't know
"where thoy nro nt."
' Rv this tiino our farmor friends
should know that it is cheaper to sub
scribe to a good newspaper than to ho
taken in by "groan goods" and "gold
brick" mon. Tho Wkeki.y I.stklm
<iKNCF.ii is sent to any al lress iu the
United .States for $1 a yuar.
Oscar WiLtin is said to havo lo9this
temper on the witnoo stand. He must
have Inst his head, if he had any, be
fore he brought the unit, which has
given a merciless lawyor a chance to
show what man nor of creature lie is.
Rr.v. WlI.l.fAM Cl.BVKMNO, of tllO
Watortowu, N. Y., Presbyterian church,
! lint* been asked by his congregation to
! ro?lgn by a vole of -S to 1. Wonder
| how his brother drover's congregation
! would vote on a similar proposition?
A mini? reader in Louisville the oilier
day filled a prescription blindfolded. If
it was tho Kentucky "Colonel's" favor
ite prescription it was not u wonderful
feat, a delicate senso <>f aniell luoeli'ug
all the requirement*.
PAIN BANISHED SLEEP.
A Itlioumiitlo Tells u Woudorlul
LomTIiaii Hull u llnttln of Munyon'a
Now Itemed/ llcHtorml Him to
Jamot Buckloy,215 Washington atroet,
Nowark, N, J., auya: "1 havo boon suf
fering from rhouniatlam (or a number
of years, The palna Vero oxceodingly
anvoro and 1 could not ?loep nl^lits. Tlio
remedies 1 obtained JU mo liitlo or no
good, nor did tlio doctors whom I con
Hiiltod. This had gono on, each reour
ring attack boing inoro painful and pro*
longed than tho provioui ono. 1 could
not got roliuf nutil L commenced taking
Muuyon'a IthoumutlaW Curo. Leaa than
ono-lmlt a bottlo drovo all tho rhoutnu*
tiim out of my ayatoin, and I am as wall
and strong as 1 over was In iny life. 1
conaidor tho remedy a wondorful ono
and tako pleaiuro in rocominendlng it."
Mnnyou's Kiiouinatinn Curo is
guaranteed to euro rhatttnatiam in any
pari of tho body. Acuto ??r muscular
rhoumatiam curod In from onototlvo
days. It novor fails to euro sharp,
shooting pnina in tho arms, legt, aldoa,
back or broaat, or sorenoas in any part
of tho badv In' from ono to three hours.
It is guaranteed to promptly euro lame
nts, still and swollen joints, still back,
and all pains in tho hips and loins.
Chronic rheumatism, aciatica. lumbago
or pain in tho back uro speedily cured.
Munyon'a Homeopathic Home Item
ody Company, of Philadelphia, put up
apecifici for nearly every diseaao, which
are sold by all druggists, mostly for
cents a bottle.
Thoaa who uro in doubt as to the na
ture of tholr diaeaao should addrein Pro
feasor Munyou", 1505 Arcii stroot, Phila
delphia, giving full symptoms of their
diaease. Professor Munyon will care
fully diaynoie the case and give you tho
bonotit of his advico absolutely froo of
all charge. The Botuodios will be sent |
to any address on receipt of rotail price.
Tlt Vill-; CONDITIONS.
It. C.. Dun ? Co,'* W??lcty Uotiiiw?X
Vnrjr IIo|icfiil Outlook.
Xkw York, April 5.?It. t?. Dun
Co.'s weekly roviow of trade will say:
Returns showing tbe condition ot re
tail trade in March throughout the
country and tho distribution of goods of
liunl comparison with the same mouth
in Inland 1803 give gratifying evidence
that in most trades and districts marked
improvement over 18!)I is realized,
though on ttio whole trado is smaller
than in 1895. 'the main datloreuco in
comparison with 18915 is found in the
geueral dccline of prices, which rn.ik^s
trade in va uo smaller even where it is
clearly us largo or larger in quantity.
Accounts from tho chief centres of
wholesale trade are also encouraging
this week. There is not only hopefui
spirit,'but real gain in business, though
not equally distributed geographically,
or as to branches of the trade, lho
host nows from the industries is that
labor troubles have been set'.lod or
avoided, Mahoning iron und eastern
woolen mills being again active. Next
in importance is tho better demand for
many manufactured products, which
gives greater reason to hope tnaL recent
advances from tho bottom may prove
successful. Following the rise in coke
there have been this week aalos of 2,000,
000 tons of lake ore at about 15 cents ad
vance, and linishod products are no ]
longer inactive, Bessemer iron rising lo ,
$10 05, grey forgo to $0 25, common bar j
to 05 cents, structural angies to $10-4
and plates $1 per ton. !
Tho production of Connellsville coke
for tho week, 10S.101 tons, was the |
largest on record, but thero is some fear
thai nigher coke un 1 oro may close some
works. Copper is tirmer, as sales of ttie
stock taken trom tho French syndicate
removed a load over tho markot for tho ;
past six year a, and tin has been stronger
with tin plates, becau?e of purchases
for Paeific cannons. .^ales of wool re
llect the renewed confidence of manu
facturer* as gtrikes aro out of tho way,
for 0,075,100 pounds wore sold Inst week,
against 2,OJ8,200 Ian year. No rise in
prices is seen or expected in view of
iieavv sales and receipts of foroigu wool.
Tho San ?Jo?o cab.
To Ike Dhlor nf I Ik. ht'iUigtiictr.
? ,<nr:?1 read in tho columns of your
paper about the .San Joso scab intro
duced from California. I would like to
bo informed through your paper what
to do to rid apolu treos of that pi-st.
[Answer?A letter addrosse I to tho I
West Virginia Agricultural Hxperiinent I
Station. .Morgantown, may securo tiio 1
HINTS I'O HOtJ ".KlttiltflMSttS.
.Sunday, April 7. ;
The tnateri.il part of u< ought to keep growing
thinner to lo: the sonl out wuen its ilm? romo*. |
ami the until to keep growln? bigger and ?lron*- |
or I'vory May. until tt burets tho body at length,
n* it growing um does iUnhcll.
liniiAKr.vsr ? Oatmeal. Beefsteak. 1
Creamed potatoes. Graham^ broad. I
.Sliced oranges. Coffee cake. Coffee.
Dinni.u?linked lamb chops. Mashed j
pntatooM. Chicken salad. Cheese. To
matoes. Light bread. Chocolate oako.
Luncii?Broad and butter. I* ruIt.
Honey. Milk. Tea.
Yea. thnt Is life: tuako this forenoon sublime, j
This afternoon a p<nlm. this night n prayer.
And time is connunrcd. and ih?* crmvn won. |
Knw.vr.n Howi.anp Siij. |
?ome things flower InvMbly. anil hide away
their fruit under thick foliage. It is often only
wnou tin'wlndi sliake their leaves down, ntnl
strip their brauflhe* bnro, that *ve hod the best
that bus been glowing. A. l>. T. wiiitnky.
Monday, April 8.
Great truths ere portion* of tlieyonl of man:
Great souls nve portion- ol rtcrnltv.
.1A MIS ItL'.VUCl.t. l/)WI'.l.tM
BncAKPAsT.?Whoatonn, Boiled eggs.
Breakfast atew. Butter toast, rrunes.
f OiN?JF,e. ? Stewed veal. Potatoes.
Macaroni with chooso. Lettuce. Cur
rnut jolly. White bread. Pull pud
StMMMiit.?Oyster stow. Lraekors.
Broad and butter. Haked apples, (-lin
ger cakes, Cocon?
Ono pint new milk, oight woll-beateu
egga. lour und one-half heaping tnhle
spoonfuls flour, salt. Mix tlio Hour to
a stiff paste, mashing out tho lumps,
then gradually add tlio milk. Let it
swell half an hour, then stir in tho eggs;
beat well. Bake in quick oven. .Serve
hot with butter sauce.
Bub with wait nnd popper; olonni un
til tender but-whole.
11 oni/rinhM.'. ?
La nniiTK is hero again with all its
old time viiro'r, Ono Minute Cough
Curo is a reliable remedy. It cures and
euros quickly. Logan lirtigCo., \\ heel
ing, W. Va? B. F. Peahody, lletiwood.und
llowio & Co., Bridgonort, O.
rirms.v vie mix.
*!?? Trrrlhln l'liwilur Uxplosloti In XPtrJ
Orln?iu-N?r?ri*l lujurml by flying TIiim
hers ? Detail* or tlin DlmiKrr-? Mill
Thought Jo Un tlift Mnllit'a Work.
NKVrOnMJAXg, U., April 5.?About 2
o'clock Hi in morning an explosion from
Boino unknown camo occurrod at tlio
coruor of Decutur and Uriiilinos street*
in n two-story brick building containing
two otoro.1 and rooms on tho ground
lloor. Ono of tlioio wns occupied by
<'< tulle Iloulct as n drinking saloon; tlio
other by Charles fcjahithe, who keeps a
grocery and ship ciiuiidlory. Tho build
ing was near I ho lo rer end of tlio
i'ranch market and wan nep?ratod from I
't bv a narrow street. The oxploBion
was a loud one. It eturtlod the u?igh
oorhood, and when tho dust had cloarod
ntvay tho lislierinen and women who
had nlready put in thoir appearance aL
the market* saw before thorn a heap of
debris where thoro had lormerly stood
n bar room and tho grocery. Then
littlo tongues of llames began to shoot
up from the debris, and by this time
the ondookers had recovered from tha
shock and srt about to think of nomo
moans of rescue for tho unfortunatos
whom thoy know wore imprLionoiJ in
that smoking mass of brick and timbor.
An alarm of lire was soundod and soon
tho department was on tho scone. Fif
teen persons wore buriod in tho ruins.
Tlio dromon did quick and effective
Jork'n savin* tho adjoining buildings.
I ho alarm was turned in from box 0,000
and vory soon after tho engines arrived
tho water was turned on, a good deal of
il being put on tho ruins to cool them
and prevont their catchiug tiro in many
placos whoro thoy woro not thon bias-1
ing. Tho firouien struggled to supply
wator to tho debrii to save tlio dead I
Iho frantic criea of excited wrwnon I
and children and tho brouthioia agonv
of men who Hiirroundod the frightful '
scene beggars description.
Archbishop Jausaens and n number t
of his clergy were arooug tho lirat on
the scone. 1
At 1 o'clock this morning two bodies
were recovered; thov wore idoniitied as
thoao of Charles Solariho and his wile.
At daylight this morning the work of
removing tno ruin* begun. At3 o'clock
tho workmen caiue across the mangled
body of relix Kigoi, tho barkeeper. Ho
was lying under a pile of timber in the
Iront part of tho saloon, lie waa dead
when taken out. Ton minute* later an
other body was found ucar whoro Kigot
WA* lying. The body was ideutilied ai
James bdwards, an emplovo of u tisli f
stand in tho market. Kd wards had
been tteen live ininutot before tho ex- |
plosion, and tho fact that hi* bodv was
lound in the ruius was a surprise, it
was subsequently ascertained that ho
had ontered the saloon a few moments
previous to tho explosion with a basket
While tho police are inclined to be
lieve that the explosion was the result
of an accident, a number of pouplo ro
Mdmg in tho vicinity of tho wrecked
buildings nro of an entirely dilferent
opinion. Tney utate openly lhat tho ox- 1
plosion was an attempt to kill the man.
A- "oule:, who had a miraculous es
iioulot io n Frenchman, who two
roars a*ro, nhot and killed ooe of the
wealthiest Italians doing busines iu the
vicinity of tho French market. This
man was Aristido Ualoitraci, who ran n
bar room in the neighborhood as weli as
a tish and game stand in the market.
Boulet ami lialostraci wore at ono time
good friends. Thoy were in the saloon
business together. lJoulot's wife came
between them and not only broke up
the business arrTingements'but caused
a deadly enmity to exist between the '
A private watchman who was stand
me oppoHiin tlio market vrnen swin bv
an Auoclitiod I'rnss reporter tliij mora
ine said that tliu dnl intimation im tiad
ot the explosion i?, hearing a rum
Wins noi.e follow*! by a shcot of tlarao
an<l t!-.en an explosion. The concussion
knocked him .loivn anil he was stunned
for fully live munitoi. He said that ho
'" "eeariy ono rantiing from tho
store and believes tiiat the explosion
was an accident. Iho dead su far re
covered are as follow**:
t'hjirlos Solathe, crocorv keeper; .Mrs
Charles Volatile, his wife; fourtwm
mouths old infant child of Mr. and .Mrs
?Siluthe; Felix Bigot, iiarkoeper tor Abo
Iiecnerst; James hdivards, oiodIovo 1
by llartlioli). '
^ Injured?I.tllie Justine Solathe a-'od
five years badly bruise, I; (nnnd in ulo
wreck. Ivlwnnl Solathe, four voars
Old, bruised; found in the wreek. Cha.
"""'?""SO" driver, skuli fractured by
flyiiii: brick, iom Antlerson. colored
struck by living brick; slightly injured.'
ItlcSint Hroiiicltt AgnlnM llic f, tivor ilium t
liy (hr M.irlrtln Unit Coinpany.
NVasiiisgton, April 5.?The Universal
Bolt Company, of Marietta, 0., has
brought suit in the1 court of claims
against tho United States government
for ?;k)0,0,).1 for royalties, alleged to bo
duo on bolt lock? used by the govern
ment in public work?, principally in
river and harbor improvements,
The Orn l'lnv?*?l Out.
Bf.sskmer, Micif., April 5.?Tho Eu
reka mine at Kanway, two miles from
here, closed down this morning, throw
ing 100 mon out of employment. H was
caused by theoro playing out.
To Mnkn l*ur? Itlnnd.
Thoro ia no medicino before tho pooplo
equal to Hood's Sarsaparilln. It is the
standard spring medicino and blood
purifier and it possesses peculiar merit
which others try in vain to reach. It
really makes the weak strong. Do not
neglect to purify your blood this spring,
lake Hood's Sursaparilla now.
Hoop's Ptt.i.s, becomo the favoriio
cathartic with ovory one who tries
them. 125c per box. G
Dr. Witt's W'itcii Hazui, Su.vn cures
urald?, burnn, indolent soroi nnd novor
fads to euro pilos. Logan Drug Co.,
Wheeling, W. Vn., 1$. F. iVahodv, l>en
wood, mid l.owio A Co., Uriduoport. (?.
BOOT AMD SHOE TRADE !
In order to close out to quit busi
ness, we will offer tor the. next 30
days our entire stock, consisting of
Men's, Hoys', Youths', Women's,
Misses' and Children's BOOTS,
Shoes and Uubiiers, at mann:
facturer's cost price, either as a
whole or in lots to suit purchaser.
! SI > VI > & CO.
tt'licrtim.. h. I'"., .V'iiv/i M. uir^l
NOTICF. TO CONTRACTORS.
Would you liavo wdolv iu ipiitrauU'ojug hmi>
ini' infor (oundntioiis. walU. uml boU ipiniuy
Alpha Portland Cement,
NiU" MMtl'A'.vSr.P l'OH I'lNl'.N'lvSi,
STItllNt; I'll, I'NiroUMlTY.
(.'11A11!.' S I' I'OI'KA- CO.
lo.Vt-nim 1:1 Wood St. 1'iiuliutjii, i',v
WHY, in the Spring-time,
do so many have that drowsy,
WHY is there so much
backache, neuralgia and rheu
WHY do scrofulous taints,
WHY not admit the truth,
which is, that kidney poison
is in the blood?
WHY, then, not put the
blood in pure condition by
curing the kidneys?
WHY not to-day resort
to tiiat great remedy, War
ner's Safe Cure, which is the
only known specific for these
WHY not, in a word, use
the best remedy obtainable
for banishing disease and re
storing health and hapiness?
Irs, ?m. Dean
McMechen, W. Va..
onoma.',t Tuesday, April 9.
"jSl 'S'oskcis Stoor!"
??Who laughs last laughs best."
Tlii* Laugh-Mater wa? Ion; coalug, but it
will be Just as fuuny (or all that.
Trices v) and 7*c. Resorrd gents Si. Seats on
sale at A. Home's music store. Saturday,
Aprll 6. npit
U'KDN'KSDAY. April 10,
Tbo Champion of the World.
JAS. J. CORBETT!
In the American Comedy I>r.^na. Gx-oi3L?
tloiia^vu. J"zx ols^. Direction of W. A.
Hrady. A i?lay toe in i 117 with heart interest. o
Talented I'layer*. K.v?r: Representation*:
The Camnu-nt Pavne College 1'hc llnlllday
National Um?. The Madison Square roof'?ar
<K-n. Tlii* Training Quarters. Loch Arbo'ir. The
Arena of the < Uyrapic Cinb.
N. 11?Mr. Corbett will give a scientific exhi
bition of taxing and introduce hi* wonderful
Referred scats Si. Admission "A and 7.V. Seals
nti sale ut C. A. House's mu?ic store Monday,
April \ nu'i
Grand on-;::a housk.
nirn-DAY, kriday and Saturday
i.VKNI.V'iS nil SATURDAY MATISKE. April
4. hand Second production in the city ot the
fuuny furcc comedy
THE TROLLEY SYSTEM,
Introducing tbo famous
Sight nrire*. i:?. 25, X? and '>0 cents; Matinee.
!?*>. i'o atnl To twits. anl
Y7K)U.SAU:-A HARD WO0D.F0M)
i 12JG bed, with big mirror, hair mattress.
Only n?ed months. l >y> Market ?troet. ni>V'
r?0\t SA LK?X K W S1 X- U O U.M
A. house. Laundry. bath room, nttle. hall,
torches. In tnebe?t location. Will Infold at a
bargain. limnlre at T>'. Sou'h I'.-an ? -it? 1
I^OR S ALIO?Til K KKSiUivNOi-; up
.? the Into Lowls Jones, No.'D.) North Wk
tlreet. All modern convenience'. In-mlr* of
11. A. JONtS, Administrator. So. 9? North York
JAMES L. HAWLEY.
1 '> V? Main St roe
A FEW CHOICE I.OTS AT K!)tiIX(iTOX
Cheap and on Ka>y Terms.
W. V. HOGE.
;or'? City Rank Hnllding liO) Mar bet Street
- Ill ISI.ANI, I.,,|S.
i.. A1",?. Pi''10 T1* Irnl.i.. in;, nil Wheel
!' f. 1 r ,,il> Mint Ik, .?t.i ?t nlu... 1
-1 h'iM liy IllJ !,?<?! mil n.v .iuiiv;! ml
",VT"'flii >vn!k in ,1 I!
Irnn. .Irl ^ f SCV.',llt ",t0' '"ill"!.', IV 111.
rum iitluT fern-. I h,'v nro sui.m:i. .] v.iili
mm?rmul Mivuniunoivl I..,in nM,| ?r,. iM
f.'i ."Lt?. V, Ml"!"li"i<" "in- l?i< In tlio
r iih I ?'""I "1,1,-1, il l 1?
o"i I" ? "I'lull'llil lli lslilinr
Apitly to TI1KO.W. I'INIC Ailmlnlsirntor.
110 South lVnn Street.
%A'cX).m"nk- n"- "" >**? w
gTOCICS FOll S A LI-:.
. Kivornido Iron ?Vnrk?.
I'oiliuro Nail Works*.
l<nHollo Iron Company.
-Ktna-Stunilnnl Iron and .Stool Co.
? luM'lin^ Kailwnv ('oinnanv.
Itoolilitf J'oitory Coin pa ny".
slOCKS, |10NI?S AND INVkSI'Mi:\Td
mrhj NQ. 1311 Market bt.
_ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTKI>-A NUKsK (ill:!. ]~T7r
l.V Hrlna reference Apply nt : tr
COLVIU'H. 1Uill Muikoi
Wamkd?mkn* who v.'h.l
work (or 87"? raontli Hilary ot la-.;.- o,,'...
mlwlon dtillliiK ataplogoodi ? iitii11 .
cr<. F.xperlonco uuiwcewarr. Wnt<-u?. . i
I'tplAlii. For NfMlcl particular* .<? n |
HoLhKIIOLD M'lX'l ALTY CO.. ?r. . ini
Ohio. . ,'
l?ou sALK-MAII!?:?i!i:A rTl K:il
i; mnhofinijr Uny. i yt'or*. jho p-.'iii u i
gentle and ito'xl style. A groat
Will trot fiut. flrM by Ual*r. |,
WHks. I?y Cioorcn \V 11 k dam Maud M.i.i
Columbia,'J Mustmdl. A<Mr>"i i<;: ;r.,.
ROK, Ikn KIT. Fln?hlnq. Oiilo. ,.Jf.
Fpo OUlt PATRONS?WK AUKNoif
1. prepared to ?lo all kind* ol Iioiih- .. t ...
mich a? taking up aiul relaying carpi:? ?% Vi'?
WAlhlllg. Cleaning |?l*l?**r. ?Ul?l
b'tvo onion it Joiim^ lira'*, .'O Tnc;i: .?
address IH'J High street. A. HOI'KIN-.,, '
Auction ok HJUNinnci: on
Saturday morning. April r.. coin mm h
atUoclock *? m.. at lo?I M*rki?t *Ua..
u<itiare. of bed room I'b. Iitu*?e!s iiml ..
earpels no* nnd ?econd-hmi'l.
ilO'wn. book cmm'I, wardrobe*. stand*
bull mi'l i>oddlng, Ac., die. Terms auh. j'i'
1/OUUHI OlMULV AND
V PECOUATION DAY iMCNK -
I'rojHUuls will 1x3 received by the Sc. retary f,?
dhe West Virginia State Fair until Tuesday. - j
9, JSW. *1 2 p. m., for tbo u*o of their jfroun-j,
for picnics to bo held on Decoration bay u!]j
the Fourth of July.
ai<6 GIIOHGC HOOK. ^retary
J [FIT IS ?
? RICH CUT GLASSWARE, ?
? You Will Always Find the Lc?: a; *
I EWING IlltO.S'., ?
? 1'JIS .'Markrt Slrrnt. ?
| Regular price 1100, soino dealers oak $ty, for |
y. \T. HAUMF.lt enjs '
f & COMPANY. 0Z5J. I
? ^ V<
"CKVEN SUTHERLAND hi;.
Wc lurlto every lady and Rcatlomia ia
Wbcelluc and vicinity to cull on the ladle*.
will cheerfully answer all nue*tlooa rour-rr. i:
tin* hair ?nd scalp. They * iil be at our ?tore
npl Corner Twelfth and Market
Now Open at
^ I, ' . y- * t >^ ^ . y ft -
;B' UOU S NESS',CO NSTI PAT10N:
SIGK HE'A DAC^TEj NERVOUSNESS '
S7>: ? WHEgeiNG-WV'
ROLF & ZANE,
Real Estate Agents, have moved to
No. 50 Fourteenth street, in the
new Pollock building.
H. C. RICHARDS.
llus received a lar^e nnd well fclectod stock i
new WOOLKNS for the SPllIXu ANI? >l*M
Mllll TItAOE, aud Invlteu Inspection 0!
brivpr* of Suits. Overcoat*. Trouv?rs. etc. T:c
stoek comprises the very latest aiid tni-t tWszi
front foreign nnd domestic looms, and w:ii be
mode to order by flnit-cla.-s workmen at pr.cti
ihat will enable all 10 be well clothed.
XI. O. RIOIIARDS,
M KKCIIANT TAILOR. No. tavi Main St.
J ^ISTOF LETTERS
Kimaininc in the Toitonico at Wheeling. Ohit
coutitv. W Ya., Saturday. Aprils. .Toobuh
any of the followinc the applicant mm: f t :>??"
advcrtl?cd let'.ers, giviu^ date of lis*.
Itnylcj, >fr*. Maranda Mom. !drs. Aubrey (3)
itlvcn. Miss Ktnmn Orven, >fr<. Miy
Iturch. Mr*. T.illtha E. Kouch, MU? Knile .V.
Jackon. Miss W. A. Sirader. Mi's H. J
Lytic, Mm Hollo Wolls. Mrs. Ks'.isC.
Mreene. Oeo. H.
llonderson. J. II.
llumphre. L 0.
Mmvl'my, F. A.
Cree Coal C.?.
i'rieu .v I'rleo
Rose. J. F.
Springer, J. W.
St.Mi, W. J.
Steelo. John T.
Wiscocr, J. lL
William* it Clsrs frt.
M. J. O'KAN'r'-. I*. M
530 Mtingta Ends,
At 19,25 and 35c Ead