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A LIVELY CLUB
Formed by the Triudelphiu Dig trict Republicans OUT AT ELM GROVE LAST NIGH A flood. AltrmUui-r nfMcmlwrt mid n Ktii LUt of Offlrrm A i r Ulrrlnl - Prom tiieut Politician* Attrnil, ami Several o Thnu Talk?A Promising Organisation Showiug tike Lively Interest Kvrrybojlj Una lit llepnbltcan KnrrcM till* Year. [' Lant night the Trladelphla dlstrld Republican club was formed. The meet' &" ing was held in Klmmlns'* hall, ant van largely attended. There were t b. great many prominent men from th< city In the hall when the Intelllgencei f> roporter reached It. and the number in *.- created later In spite of the Intense!) ' coin weather. it wua very uinuircin j_. that the Interest In Republican succesi felt by the manses of the people exceed' ed the fear of the chilly blasts. The club was formally organized bj 8' the choice of O. W. Humphrey, ol . Leatherwood, as president;Harry Klnv _ mins, of Elm Grove, as vice president; J. D. Muldoun, of Trladelphla, as sec* A , retary, and William Wharton, of Kin |r; Groye, as treasurer, all good choices. f'.-, It twas directed that a committee or i constitution, rules, etc.. should be ap I pointed, but the members \jtfrre noi : . named. J \ Among those present were a larg* number of people from the city, wh< Vent out on, a speclal^ear . v I The larger number of these wen members of the Electric tipork club.whr t all seemed to be enthusiastic Republl i cans. There were in addition to th?*?< a number of prominent members of tin party, including Hpn. W. J. W. Cowden / T. C. Moffat, Alfred Davis, Thomoj O'Brien, Jr.. Hentley Jones. Sam O Boyoe, (Jus Medlck. William Bowers CharJes HennJnjj, Richard Robertson T. M. Garvin and H. C. Richards. In addition to the formal businesi there were a number of speeches mad< '/. ?in tuct, so large a number that al f had to be made very short. Mr. W. J. W Cowden opened with a very neat ant* effective address, and he was follower by Bentley Jones, who spoke in hit usual effective style. Thomas O'Brien Jr., brought down the house In a brlphi five-minute speech. Mr. Boyce, Mr Hennlnjr. Mr. RlehardH, Mr. Robert i son and Mr. Garvin also spoke briefly but all In a way which caught their au i. dience at once and aroused their en^ tnustaam. The president thanked the visitor ? and speakers, and the club adJourne< to meet next Thursday. It starts of with a "vim. vigor and victory" rlnf that augurs well for tho Republlcat cause In this campaign. THE BIO GASSEB. The Cat Company to Meet HereTo-dajr (< NrUlr tlie I'lpe Line Matter- .Mouu?l?' vlllc Council Arts. To-day In this city the directors o the Wheeling Natural Gas Company will hold a special meeting at the otlloe: of the company on Chapllne street. an< determine the route of the propose< pipe line from the terminus of th< mains In Ben wood to the big Kasaei : > , recently brought In out near Cameron Two routes are being considered. On< is out Ben's run. nnd the other Is alon? the Cameron and Moundsvlllc plkK en tering Moundsville and coming up th? Ohio river bank to Benwood, where th? malnK will be connected. The Moundsville people are very anx ious to have the pipe line come thel] way as it will give the factories then the benefit of cheap fuel. The councl of the town met last night and grnnte* : v a free right of way through the towi for the pipe Hue. Southwest Oil Xotea. The Devonian Oil Company's well or ? the Lloyd Weekly farm on Indian creel: Tyler county, has failed to connect wltl the pay streak. It was reported tlfteei 1 feet In the sand and would not read the pay before last night. The Victor oil Company';* wen on tin Thomas Smith farm, west of the T Kyle and Weekly wcJIh. has not be?*t f ' drilled any deeper .since the gas wai encountered and tlie well Is vhut dowi ! " to inove back the boiler. Above Waverly operations nre pick 4ng up. and Home lively hustling maj be expected In that locality noon. The Eastern Oil Company & Flnne gari have started to drill at No. 1. Itoss Waverly. and ar* building the rig foi No. 2. The location for No. 3 on th< same property has be<?n made. On the West Virginia side on Bill and Calf creeks, twelve or fifteen well are drilling and starting. It is the opln Ion of some that the production of thli new development will. In a short time equal that of the old*?r flold. Henderson & Company's No. 4. Amos northwest of th?? Deist pool. In Monro* county, is something of a disappoint ment. It was xpectfd to be a pood pro ducer, but it will not make better thai a fifteen-barrel pumper. The Fisher ' >11 Company has romplet ed a rig on thr Langsdorf farm, wes of Matamora-s and will drill an ox perlmentnl well. It Is purely a wild cat venture, and will be watched wltl some Interest. Walker Whlte?t?1r'* Knsnarinriit. In the choice of plays from Mr. White side's repertoire, Manager Relster de elded to ask f*>r "The Merchant of Ve nice" at the matlne?\ He was prompt ed to do this from thf fact that th< eminent critics of tho larc? cith-s It unison declare his portrayal of Shylocl to be second only to his Hamlet. In fac many of the critics of Khnkespeareai drama say It is a portrayal of equa -IV. H IVkllMMo I,.III r> nruMi m n the Opera Houpc Saturday, supports by u company of xcellent play#* prominent amonjr whom 1st MIkh Wo! utan, Josephine Moijv. Maude Dudley Helen Jonra, John M. Sturpeon. JJober T. Halner, John Fay Palmer. John L Saphntv, Edwin Tun nor, Kfcbert VV Fowler. Jerome Anthony and Wllllan C. Carlln. TlinKlory hh? .\ol Trtir. Arthur HollinKor. of Lincoln, \'eh, write* to the IntelllKeneer that th? utory printed In the Imhih* of Februarj fi that he and Tom IJrtnk* had b?*en lm plicated In a nhootlnjc affray th?*re aw that l>oth were In Jail, in nntrne un< that he wan nev?-r In Jail in hlf life. Hi wart merely a wit newt In tin* cuno. Thi Htory was obtained l>y the Intclll^on cer from a private letter from Lincoln "Tlie llohrmlnii Cilrl." fKl- nf.nnh.i- ntw>r\t u/lll hi. I'lfAr ? tli? Gnand Opera House to-night bj the Gonzalez Opera Company, and o; oourac a paoked hoiiae will see the per fotanancc. 'Ph<? eompany has made i great/hit during >t? stay here, and haj#iit on tts repertoire In a flrat clasi manner. "Pinafore" will be the bll to-morrow afternoon and evening, an> ?ih that tun?'fill opera hru* not b?*en seer here for wmc tlin". It will probably b( heard by largo audiences. DO nf?t be hoodwinked. Use no "Jus an pood." Salvation OH Is what yot want when In need of a good liniment |)LiiL'ft|o Orey Blankets 47c pair?Rei Dlilllht L\ Blanket-* T'Jit pair?All Woo Blankets Xi pair and up. GEO. M. SNOOK & CO. FRESH Roe Slnid nt C. N. TAVIGOR'S. Tel. 4r>|. "GIVE me a liver regulator and I e.u regulate the world," said a genius. Th' druirclrit handed him a bottle of De Witt's Iilttle Early Risers, the fnmoui little pllla. Loga n & Co.. Wheel In W Vu., B. F Peabody, Rcnwood andUowl< & Co., Bridgeport, O. fi LOCAL BREVITIES Matter* of Minor Moment In and About the Clltr. , Matlneft at the Grand to-day. The Grand thin eyenlng-Tho Gonzales Opera Company. Ttie police committee and health committee of eounoli are both called to p m?t?t this evening. 1 All ithe Wheeling bankers have decided to close their banks on Saturday, Washington's birthday. r The only three oases in the police - eourt yesterday were vagrants, who r were lined J1 and costs oaeh. but were lot go 011 promising 'to leave town in an '? hour. * r In Dhe circuit court yesterday the only matter under nooshk-ratlon was the case of W. H. Chapman vs. the J. W. BeKa & Son Co. It will probably not be finished >Chl? -week. Charles A. Gardner, one of "the roos: popular German dlalcnrt comedians since h'mmett. will hold the boards a: the Oj>era House on Wednesday nexc. He will be sure to draw well and plcaae well too. For <a considerable time Wednesday night o-nd Thursday morning -there was not an electric light in East Wheeling from Twelfth streot -to the-creek, which was a bad rtate of affairs on so cold and dark a nlg'ht. A birthday tnuslcale will be given at the Second Presbyterian church thin owning und?v the uuf?ploea of th?* Crangle Mission tuTbd. Each person Is expected to put In <a small sack one cen: for each year of his age. 9t. Andrew's Episcopalian church, on Jacob wtrept above Forty-second, announoca hrterestlng services every evening next week at 7:30 o'clock, witih different >n>lnli?ters a>t each. ly?nter. services will also be held at that church n-t 7:30 v- m. vaoh Tuesday and Friday. 4 ahuui rr.urua. 1 Ntrnngern In the City ami Wheeling Folk* Abroad. * W. Forgle, of Washington, Pa., wan a , McLure arrival. * Mr. M. F. Dryden wont to'Washlngton. D. C., yesterday on legal business. J. It. Gerard. of Charleston, was here a few hours yesterday and registered at the McLure. ? E. Myers, of Manntngton, and \V. J. j Neunschwander and wife, of Slstersvllle, were guests at the Windsor, i Lee Brenneman. of Ststorsvillo; A. F. I Dennlston, of Parkeraburg. and I. K. i Dye. of l'arkersburg. are at the Mc. Lure. 1 Jacob Koontz, of New Martinsville; 11. Shaffer, of Mnnnlngton, and J. L. Davis, of Waynesburg, were at the Behler. ^ Harry Fitzgerald, receiving clerk at the Pan Handle freight station, has t been called to Georgia by the death of j a brother. r Charles K. Cameron leaves next Mon: day for Pocahontas. Va.. where h?* has i accepted a position In a mercantile establishment. C. C. Cochran, of Bridgeport, received word yesterday that his brother. Judge R. H. Cochran, of Toledo, was very se1 rlously HI. He left for that place last night. Rev. G. W. Dalbey. of Union Spring, f Ala., a brother of Mrs. B. F. Caldwell, c died at the residence of his son. Henry Dalbey. of Woodlawn, Ala., on Fcb' runry 18. ! Mr. C. Zulauf has shied his castor, or ; rather his card, Into the ring as an as ' piraru ror in?* iv-imiuiuhh uuuiMinut'ii for county commissioner from Ritchie district. t Conductor Hall, of the Pan Handle . yard engine, had his left nrm dislocated ? while coupling cars at the Top mill ? yesterday. He Is taking an enforced vacation. C. W. Arnett nnd W. 15. Arnett, of r Fairmont; Mr. W. H. Warne. Mrs. W. ? H. Worne and Miss Blanche Warne, of 1 Parkersburg, and J. A. Wyley, of Wash1 Ington, Pa., are guests at the Stamm. 1 C. F. Thompson and K. J, Thompson, of Chicago, were among the oil people at the McLure. They will ho remembered as the gentlemen who suffered the theft 1 of valuable oil leases here some time ago. ! J. W. Carpenter and F. R. Mnllory, of Salem; N. E. Wlllard, J. W. Boyers, F. A. Nenno and John Smith, of SIs? tcrsvllle; W. F. Smith, of Barnesvlllo. nnd George P. Olffen. of Fairmont, are , guests at the Stamm. Mr. Louis Welbel, who has been chief j chemist at the Keymann brewery for two years, has returned from a four - months' trip In Europe. While abroad r he visited breweries in Switzerland fhi.i native country), Germany and France. Mr. Charles E. Vanlteuren yesterday returned from Buffalo, N. Y.. where r he wont on a business visit lant week. - It was rumored that Mr. VnnKeuren wouM buy a hotel in the lake Queen I City, but he has not yet decided to ' leave Wheeling. Among the state normal school people nt the Stamm were the following: Prof. J. A. Dlehl. principal West Liberty State Normal School; State Superintendent of Schools Virgil A. I?ewls, of Charleston; Waltmnn Barln*. repent, of Parkersburg; Col. Robert S. C?rr. reRent. of Charleston; Harvey Maimer, secretary of the regents. Clarksburg; J. Walter Barnes, principal of the Fairmont State Normal School; George W. Johnson, regent, of Martlnsburg. J A !Vi?U<mnl Hrpnbllran Ifomr. NEW YORK. Feb. 20.?A local paper says: James S. Clarkson, of Iowa. George Christ, of Arizona, and other members of the Republican national committee In the city are responsible for a project which Is said to bave th*> concurrence of Republicans all over the country for th?? building In the , city of New York of a ?rc?i Republl ( ran headquarters wnere members or , the party from every state ran And a political home. The estimated cost nf I the proposed structure I* between . JL'.OOO.OOO and $5,000,000. It Is to be built by general contributions, nnd each hint* In the union Is to bo mlled upon I to furnish some of Its peculiar pro" ducts for the building. Trultta iiioM llnituil. LOCKPORT.N. Y .Feb. 20-No tmlns i have arrived from Rochester or Buffalo since 3 o'clock yesterday, o\vln>c to heavy snow. The train from the falls due here at f, o'clock last night, got In at 9 o'cloek this morning, drawn by '. three engines. Tlie two trains from Buffalo, due here at fl and 7 o'clock Inst night were stalled at the Junction half , the nlRht. i Four engines were sent to the rescue ? this morning and succeeded In bring, Ing back one car with the passengers. Tim Kriitnrky DnutlorI,. FRANKFORT. Ky.. Feb. 20.?The senatorial ballot resulted: Hunter f?9- Blackburn 50; Carlisle .1; ' McCreary I; Burchell 1; Davie? 1; Crnw, ford I; Bate 1. Neceiwary to a choice, ill. Mm. Nlrtfition Klfclril Prraldrnl. , WASHINGTON, I>. C.. Feb. 20.?The I Daughters of the Ainerlran Revolution I to-day unanimously electcd Mrs. Stevenson, wife f?f the vice president, as pre*ldent general. lliu-klrii'a Arnlm talvr. t The brut salve in tho world for cut*, j bruise*. wore*, ulcers, unit rheum. fever *oro*. tetter. chapped timid*, chilblain*, rorn?, and nil hkJn eruption*, and posli lively cure* pile*, or no pay required. I It I* guaranteed to glvo perfect wntl*faction or money refunded. Prim 2G cent* per bos. For sale by Logan Drug Company. ^ DON'T Invito disappointment by exporlmentliiK. Depend upon One Minute Cough Cure nnd you have Imrwdlnte rei lief. It cure* croup. Tho only harmo Ipxh remedy that produce* Immediate reKiilt*. Lojtnn A. Co., Wheeling. W. h Va.. ii. K. Peabody. Tlomvood, and Howie & Co., Bridgeport, O. G n ? m Dr. Mile#' Pain I'lll* atop lieadacbo. DUFFY'S PURE FOR MIDTCTNAI^se NO FUSEL OIL COUGHS, COLDS, GKIP, CHILLS, PNEUMONIA, van be sul'ely avoided by the use ol' tliia grant whiskey. Jloiynro of nil Imitations. All druggists nnd ifrocors koep it. Send lor pamphlet. DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO., Rochester, N. Y. IT WAS COLD AGAIN Ami Ihe Maluritl (>iu Was .Short a? I'ntml. Plenty of Ice. O, ho knocked him down on the cold, cold ground, Yon. he knocked him Into a heap, Ami tho way ho kicked hi* carcaaa 'round Wan it night to make angel* weep. And ho l?oat hl? head to a pulpy mass And ho shrieked In hln ghoullMh glee: "You'll m?k me again, you InfernoJ ass, If it l? cold enough for ine." Yesterday morning wan tho coldest or the season yet. The thermometer at Sohnepf's registered only one degree above zero at daylight, and the mercury did not have energy enough to clinch very higih throughout the day. I't got up totaibout lfi shortly after midday, but at dark had ugaln fallen to ten and was ntill going down tJho llunie ?t a Mteady if not rapid rat", it was very evident a JHtle later that the temperature this morning would be lower than yesterday morning. It will probably roach several degrees below zero? ns low us Dr. Hansen found It. In all prdKuMHty. -wh^n hi* tracked his -Lher-. mometer up on the side of <the north pol??. In foot, tho mercury was considerably below zero nt several points in the vicinity yesterday. At one place m>t on Bhe hills H Js reported to have gone down to six bel^w. The natural gas was ncaln very short, and many a cold breakfast was eaten. Still, many of the consumers were h?t enough to suft anybody. Coal merolwrts and ooke dealers were kept busy hauling. lev was formed rapidly, and Is now being cut In some places. Cold as It was, thero were not a few j?oople who were fend enough t>f skating 'to be down on the creek enjoying the sport. Plumbers reaped tho proverbial rich ibarve-'t from the results of bursting pipes and vondensatlon in the artificial ga? pipes o? the moisture. In many places -there was scarcely enough gas light to recognize a man across a room, and In one case vat leaft candles had to be used to secure enough light to make change by. This has so far been a rather remarkable spell of old-fashioned win tor. Cold as It was yoateWay afternoon there was for some time a decidedly brisk fall of snow. The South U Inlrrrxlnl. , BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Feb. 20.?Reports received at the ofllce of the leading industrial association in this city indicate a growing Interest in every section of t'he ooirth on all matters pertaining tu closer relations wKh Hie northwo*?. Birmingham may not bo represented at the convention which nnuts in Chicago to-day, nor will the state of Alal-aina have full reprcs mtatlon; brn this fact Is not to bo taken ns evidencing a lack of Interest In the general purposes of the convention on tihe l?art of loading merchants and manufacturers. The expressions of opinion Oil tn?? pan Oi iiuiruiiK uniAcim uwiwwc a lack of full Information nn to <ho purjHWfi* nnd wishes of the Chicago conim ;>v having :hU* miwr In charg". au juAAoTL^u. Cupid breaks his bow at the si^bt^of ^F^fr^vjewplefl anU blotches. J>h ikV^v Hollow cheeks, jBy/jpjr ^ sunken eyes, and a jfij? pu?^tfrn Seb?t ^ raofcT l^nn v. ' Z' on which is written Y in plain characters . <r?I the condition of the ^ I'M " >bodv. The skin is ^xlF.r5' not a thing by itself, and skin'diseases arc frequently not skin diseases at aK. All the lotions and bleaches and creams nnd powders in the world won't make a good complexion if the digestion it wrong. If the stomach is sour, and the liver torpid, and tli? bowels constipated, the skin will show it. No use trying to treat the skin for such a condition. The ( only wov to relieve it is to cleanse the system and purify the blood. As long as the heart ispumptng impurities to every part of the body, just so long these impurities wil! show through the skin, I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is good for the completion because it makes the whole body hea.thv?because it clears and purifies the blood, makes the digestion strong and clears out impurities of all kinds. By increasing the ability to assimilate nutritious food, and by the infusion of its own ingredients, it enriches the blood and so makes solid, healthy flesh. It fills out the hollows, rulwi out wrinkles and substitutes for sallowness a rosy, healthy glow. There is no mystery about | it. It isn't a miracle. It is merely the re- , suit of a combination of ratiouul, natural common sense with expert medical knowl. edge. It cures diseases of the lungs, Ilvrr, stomach, bowels, skin and scalp, simply because all tliene diw.iwfl nprinjc from me name cause ?a disordered digestion and consequent impure blood. Don't let prejudice and scppticUm cbeat you out of your , health. Dr. Pierce's Golden Mcdical Discovery will positively cure you, if iiufreriuff from diseases named above. If you want to know hundreds of great mcdical truths, send si one-cent stamps to cover coat of mailing only, and \vc will aend you KkEK a copy of Dr. Pierce's iot?8 page book, "Common Sense Medical Adviser." Address, World's Diijiu.nnaky Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. WATCHEB-JOHN DECKER Ai CO^ Combination? the-. JRWRI.RY RnSINRSS. < ! t Vie hfivc Romhliioil All our rfTorpi thl* ; Ann. not for the ptlfpote of obtaining better prlcM, tint to nhoir 0110 of tho flnntt *Uwkt of DIAMONDS. WATCH Bi and FINK JEW* , IJIiRY tlio tnnrkcu product). I Wr will rotitlnuQ to null nt the very low pritro for which wo uro noted. \ JOHN BECKER & CO, : JEWIiLERj AND OPTICIANS, 3527 JACOB STREET. N. 11.? Hpfclul euro in fHUjw leutOJ. Fine Be AT CU' In order to make roor cording to design, et Some have been cut ILLUSTRATIONS: Mt mi Mahogany Chamber Suits fi Mahogany Chamber Suits i Sycamore Chamber Suits Walnut Chamber Su^ts ] English Oak Chamber Suits a Antique Oal< Chamber Suits I Antique Oak Chamber Suits Antique Oak Chamber Suits Antique Oak Chamber Suits Antique Oak Chamber Suits Antique Oak Chamber Suits Great saving await f 0ooils will he stored G. M JS^Stop an FURNITURE, ETO.-\ WHY py Furniture, When you can buy just MENT PLAN. Youi you .as anyone else. On FURNISHINGS. CASH 0 White, Han 2245-47-49 1 WEST SIDE LO\A UNDERTAKINC Are made of steel a hand; made to las Maje is the most perfect ccx known. The fl no oth< better t House&Herrr FURNITtT rHERE NEVER WAS A BE pR 1 lian now. Don't wait fo prices. Remember our l< lively sold at cost for casl * Assignee of ALEi JEWELRY. y Stop a Minu JtlZT? . ... our show fl windows, f 1 which > < "j?y ^ I chance to contain sorno article you wish. Don't be afraid to look; won't c fou one oont. Dillon. Wlinat & lltinchcr < ?'Wn Soil Dlnmonda. PHOTOGRAPHY. gPECIAL NOTICE. All tlckota lmie<l by IIIGOINff 0AU.1 vill Ixi nci'cptoil Nt th?lr (we valiao for C*b I'holotfrnpUf. otic on cacli iIoxhii. until Ap jn.' t. n. moon MVI KS' AIM' STUDIO. Photographs. 2154 7VYA1N STRBBT, I t riNE BED BOOM FURNITURE?O. MENDEL i d Room Fi T PRICES FOR ON] n for our immense new stock, we 1 c.,?on the Chamber Suits we ca very liberally, others not so mucl ICI> l'ltoai DOWN TO 60 00 ' $140 00 Curley Birch Cha 3; 00 HO 00 Curley Birch Cha 80 00 50 00 Curley Birch Cha it 00 85 00 Combination Fold loo oo 65 00 Combination Chif 150 00 125 00 Child's Folding Bi 115 00 75 00 Oak Chiffonier 6; 00 65 00 Oak Chiffonier 60 00 45 00 Ladies' Oak Desk 80 00 70'00 Ladies' Oak Desk 55 00 45 00 Ladies' Oak Deslhoso coining promptly for tlio Bargain anil dolirorcd when wanted. endel < d See Our New Carpets. VHITE, HANDLEY & FOSTER. \y casht for ^ A fti-zv Y] Ar a tarpeis, mo., as cheap on the EASY PAYp money is worth as much to tr stock is complete in HOUSE|R CREDIT. dley fi Foster, JARKET STREET, /ER MARKET HOUSE. j AND EMBALMING. li/8 ** * -4- * r* TiajCSLi^ wooking Ranges ind malleable iron; made by t a lifetime. The StlCiS'e )king apparatus the world has ever \ajestic is like :r Stove. It 15 han any other. nan,WlieeIing,W.Va. ? KB, CARPETS, ETC. TTEfTW TO BOY ... NATURES - CARPETS r the spring rush and pay higher )ss is your gain. Goods posii. J. K. HRLL K. FREW. 1117 Main Street. MINING STOCKS. te|Cripple Greek Mining Stocks! If you desire to receive reliable Information concerning Crlmdo Creek milling properties, or desire 10 invest in mining stocks, address GtORGr CHADNCtY DEWEY, ' Member oi Colorado Mining Stock Kxehangoa Odlco: 010 Equitable UnildlnR, DENVER, COLORADO. . Rwr.nr*fM:-l\ n Uobblni. Cashier Dollar oat Saving* Rank, Wheeling. W. Va.: llenrv K. l.lst, President Cltj* Hank, ??f Wheeling. W. Va.; l.awrenco K. Funds. Cashier lixchmise Hank, of WheolliiR. W. Vit: William M. I.i*t. President Comtnorclal llank, of Wheeling W. Vu ; Hull!hen Oimrrior. President PeiupUlu Pry Uood? ? Wo.. WheolliiK. W. Va T. II. Norton. Private Hanker. Wheeling. W Va.; John Froiv, Daii.v Imtvm i.ihi'i'u \Vli.u.llnii w Vu O t* lw*v WficpHng. w V*. )<-" * <?' WBATHBR STRIP8. SHY ? ? l"\ CELT WEATHER STRIPS. ,A *+ + * + + + ++ + + + *?AT NICOLL'S RRT STORE, I'ni. Jon. 123' MARKF.T STHHKT. fpUK IXTELLIOBNCBR PRINTING JL Eril'AliLliMIMKNT. Neat. Accural*, Pronipl fc CO. irniture E WEEK. have reduced prices?acrripH nvpr frr?m lacf fill iu" HERE ARE A'fEW MAKKEO FROM DOWN lo mber Suit S150 00 $10."> 00 mber Suit 65 00 4,S 01) mber Suit 50 00 43 00 Ing Bed 65 00 45 00 fonier 40 00 'JS 00 :d O 00 (1 00 25 00 IS 00 18 00 la 00 16 00 10 00 7 00 00 : 18 00 U 09 a wo are now offering. & Co. Beauties.'-aSI ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY. Atlantic Tea Co, Oar annual inventory ii complete and to us is very satisfactory. Our business shows a marked increate over 'U4. We are now resolved that '96 shall load all preceding years, if low prices and standard goods will attract trade, and we think it wilL PRICB LIST: Mew CrL Prone* (lar*e), 5 Ibi for ? 25: New CaL Evnp. Paaehes (lancjr). a lb? lor . 25*. New Pale*. 4 lb*. for.~ 25: New Cleaned Currants, lbi. for 25' New Halaina ?larj;e). 51b*. for 25s Fresh Corn Meal, li lbs. lor- 25= Frc?h Ho<niny. 15 lbs. for....._ ... , 25" Freah Rolled Oats, lOlbs. for. 25Fresb Oat Meil. 10 in*, for 25c Fresh Butter Crackers. ,S lb?. forM.MMM...MM. 25" Freah Ginger Snap*. 5 lbs. for ............ 25" New French Kidney Ileans, 8 lbs. for. 25: Choice Table Pcaches, per can- - 10: Standard Tomatoes. 4 cam for - 25c Fancy cold park Tomatoes, per can 8: Choice Standard Corn, per can .. 5e Ptar Candies. 8 to the pound, per lb ? 8: Carpel Tacks, per box tc X lln nil a f?nn ALiaillili iCtt tu, We Lend, Let Those Who Can Follow. REAL ESTATE. TOLET." ~~ A first-class 9-roomed dwelling at S3 Sixteenth street. 7-roomed house, with hath. Inside closet, etc., 136 Sixteenth street. 0-roomod dwelling, with inside ciojet. finished attic, etc.. 01 South Front street. 8 rooms on second tlnor 1223 Main street. S-room?*l dwelling on motor line, only few minute* from city. Small houses on the Island. South and North Wheeling. Business houses, with dwellings upstairs. at 2111. 210S and 1103 Main street Office* in New Exchange Hank Building, furnished with roller top desks, etc. SMITH & DICK INSON. fe20 1229 Market Street. FOR T&EHsTT. A M<?nth No. 214 Sixteenth street Jis W No. 7irt Market street,rooms - 1' 00 No. 510 Alley H. 5 room* 9 W No. 2415 Market street IIW No. 04 Fourteenth st.. 4 rooms. both ***ev 1#00 No. l.'d" Market street.Srooms, both esse*, hot water and bath 22 W No. 7l? Nluctcenth street 12 W No. 2917 W'onds street f 00 JO room* ...5010 No. 147 Fourteenth street, both gases, hot water and bath-* No. 2fiO! Maltt street.rooms. ' No. 22.'* Mam street, 'i rooms ?M No. :U Hxtei-nth street, store room -D 0) No. X7 Twentieth street 1; No. tfc) North Front street. - 1? W No. lOto McOolIoch str?et I* No. 1410 Main street, store room ?... 2* i"J No. 101 Thirty-third street, store room 6 ?>> Four-roomed houses. Crescent Fiaco ' 0J Twelvo-roomod residence, SJf acres ground, CdRttiRton'a Lane. ,1P trllhmif DAtt'Or. L'hSPline StU Seventeenth .street*. No. i:tii Alloy H. 4 rooms ? So. .'50J Alley 1? SW No. :i:c? Mnln ?treat. snloon. with bar flx. turos i.? rooms, both Raw*. water ou each door, and sorae ftirciU<ire...M. 4)M 2 rooms. rour ot MMou fiuuday school. KiKhteentli Htreei ?W No. H20 Muln street. 2 oltlce rooms. <* M No. 2311 Alley (\ 4-rootned house - a No. lf*i Main street, 8 room* <1)1 No. 21M Mulu street, 4 roouu. both K?se?... 10 0) Three rooms, i'leimut Valley f> |,J No. loi'J Clmpllno atreot. J room* M So. :iiTJ Allev II, a rooms .. ?. ?> M No. C? Alley 15 .. 6 0) FOR HALF. No. 422 ami 422.^ Market atreet. No. 66 Seventeenth street, 6 rooms, both g??w. 12 M0. Nft 2520 Main Irect, Sixteenth street roalilonre, S4..VW. Nos. 4.S2 ami 4,M National road. Counter* aud shelving, No. 101 Thlrty-ttitM , street. No. 92SIxtccuth street. I.ot on South Kitmt trcot. Slx-roomcd house, PenliMiila. JAMES A. HENRY. Real&tato Agon:. Collector. Notary Public a:i4 Pension Attorney No Mij Market sire*. frl? A RARE CHANCE. We offer for wile a piece of real estnta situated on Market street, consisting of | a piece of #?rotin?l 47xltw feet, with improvement* that hnvo n rentul value of TWELVE rER CENT TEH ANNl'M on the price u:?ked for It. IT IS A CORNER LOT. Pon't fall to look It up. We hnvo nnother piece on Market street, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth Sts, 40x131 feet, that can be bought at a redin'ml Ask uh about It. RINEHARF & TATUM, The City UnnK Building. Telephone L'l'.?. ' STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS g TOCKHOLDKR8* MBETINO. The nnnunl tnci'tliig of the stockholder* of the Wheeling ami Foundry i empa ny will l?o h?-ld Ht Him otNco of the company on Sat unlay. March H. !>> ' o'eloek p. in.. for the mirpo?c of lectin* a hoard of director* and the transaction ?f eueh other business thai may coma nefora them. A. 0. H1TIIBARD. /oJM Secretary.