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I 'FOR HARMONY."
Sj Major Walton Change* Hi* Mind
. About that Contest.
I THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE
gy1 Oanruud nuMmrlN VeteLu> Sl?ht,
bat Hmfr JRTilin Did ( Tiiparu
jz ilk Ara BmHlwta It rrmj %mm
M?hwlllw ImImi kr nm TMa.
; OtharPelliteel Son.
Last nlfht th? Democratic const;
exeoutlve committee met at the office
I of Sheriff Franahelm in the county
t': ^bulldlnr for the purpose oi canvasstnr
| thb vote out at last Saturday's county
E primaries. Host Interest centered in
j&* thacanvasa of the vote tor the three
i candidates for olerk of the ctrouit court,
gp : Messrs. Walton,' -White and MltcheR
fwnen au.WM asm auu huug, ?? .. ?
found that White'* "twenty" plurality
oyer' Wafton wds unchanged. When
thla result was arrived at the time wa*
also at hand when Walton should have
entered hi* demand for a re-count of
the vote, Just a* he told the Intelligencer
be would do,If White's plurality wa*
not wiped out It seem* that the major
wa* worked upon In great shape during
the day by the party leaders, and came
to the conclusion that he would abide
by the result as shown by the canvassed
vote. ,Thl* wa* done In the interest
of "party harmony." The vote in Centre
district, when gone over, showed
tbat Menkemeller was defeated for the
nomination for county commissioner by
a plurality of three votes, one lees than
the first count showed. Mr. Menkemeller
wa* present during the canvass of
!he vote and said he was satisfied with
Lhe result. There was no change in tht
' close contest for county commissioner
. In Triadelphla district, Thornburg wingf
nlng over ex-Commissioner Balrd by
ff! " twelve plurality.
gf-, The -Democratic committee did not
? consider the matter of the date of the
K county convention that will select the
I : legislative ticket and ohose onio Connie
tr delegates to tti? district delegate and
} state nominating convention!. This
matter will come up at a later meeting
of the committee.
The vote for the oounty nominees as
canvassed by the committee shews the
Sheriff?W. W. Irwin, S.22S.
Prosecuting Attorney?W. P. Robin?on.
1.7M; John B. Wilson, 1,163; Robinson's
Cleric of the circuit court?John Walton,
1,119; John A. White, 1,139; John
W. Mitchell. 930; White's plurality, 20.
Clerk of the county court?George 8.
Otte. 2,025: Plato ft Zaae, 1,117; Otte's
Asseaeor (city district)?Bert H.
. Bwarta, 2,062; D. Z. Phillips, 1,031;
Swarts's majority, 1.021.
Assessor (country district)?Noah
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
of the Can4liUtM who will b?
1^'. Voted tor kt the frtntrtM 8atudaf<
h ' The Intelligencer this raornhig pre/
sen Is for tlie benefit of its readers and
the Republican voters sketches of the
; candidates for prosecutlng_aUorney:
Mr. Joseph D. Bison was bom In
South Wheeling, then Ritchletown,
June 30. 1867. His father, William K.
'Elson, then a worker in Hobbs glass
: factory, afterwards, together with John
-Oesterllng and others, formed the glass
company which did business from 1864
up to and Including 1868. at the head
of Twenty-sixth street. Centre Wheeling,
under the name of the Ohio Valley
Glass Company. Afterwards it was
;> incorporated and became the well
i known Bast Wheeling Central Glass
; Company; Mr. Elson being manager
until 1877, when he retired from the
J. D. Elson lived in 8outh "Wheelfag.
Centre Wheeling. East Wheeling and
now lives with his parents at' No. *46
South York street. Island. He ob
I. education at ino aineicui.
ward schools and at the Linsly Institute.
In 1874 he entered Washington
Jefferson College, and four years
f later. In 'June, 1878, graduated .with
honors. In September, 1878, he began
[ a the study of law in the office and under
i,; the supervision of the late ex-Go vr
] eraor John J; Jacobs. In 1879, together
^ .'with H. G. Hervey, the well knowp
attorney of Brooke county, he passed
examination before the oourt of api*.
peals. Judges Green, Moore and Johnson
conducting the examination, and
! was duly licensed to practice law.
- After admission he at once began the
.practice of law. continuing in the office
of Governor Jacob. After Governor
: Jacob's appointment to be circuit Judge,
Vr. Bison formed a partnership with
William M. Richardson, which was dissolved
In 1882, Mr. Elson having entered
Into partnership with the Hon.
B. B. T>ovener. the present congressman.
This well known firm of Dovener
& Bison continued until 1891, when It
was dissolved by mutual consent, and
Mr. Bison sgyiln associated in business
I wtth his old preceptor, Hon. John J.
Jacob, who had been retired from the
bench by the election or the present
k' droolt Judges. Since the death of
; Judge Jacob, Mr. Elson has continued
? . his practice at his present number, 1527
f Chapllne street He has always been
r an active, hard working Republican,
and has been secretary of both city
and county executive committees. In
; 1884 as the nominee of the Republican
party for prosecuting attorney he
[ faced the overwhelming Democratic
' majority, and, although defeated, mode
serious Inroads upon the Democratic
I ^majority. In 1888 again, as the nominee
for prosecuting attorney, he engaged
in the hopeless effort to overcome the
\ Democratic majority, only to again suffer
defeat. He was clerk of the first
branch of the city oouncll from 1887 to
1889, and Is now and has been since
fc: 1890 one or tne commisiuoners in cnnn?j
eery for the circuit court. He has been
L: In many notablo wi, both civil and
gV criminal, nnd la well and favorably
known in the profession.
William C. Meyer, the son of William
p; P. Meyer, a prominent butcher of (he
fr--' Elg-hth ward, wan born June 23. 1365,
f in that part of tho city of Wheeling
i?i inpn OUITO nuuittwnu,
p. known a* the Eighth ward. When ho
f . became of school age his parent* sent
^ him to the public school of his ward
S until about th?? age of fourteen years,
[J1 when he left the same In order to assist
his father In the butcher business,
and continued with his father In that
business about three years. He thon
V Attended the Wheeling Business Colleg*,
taking a full business course
therein, and graduated from that Inly
stltutlon at about the age of eighteen
years. Soon after his graduation he
obtained a position In the Peabody Insurant
Company as office boy, and was
promoted from one position to another
until he became Its assistant secretary.
Fueling the necessity for a more thorough
^Juration. Mr. Meyer resigned
Ms position as assistant secretary of
the Peabody Insurance Company In
September. 1887. and beoame a student
at th?? Woni Virginia University, at
Morgantown. continuing his studies
th<ro until June, 1893, when h?? gradu;i.k
atM tlinWrom, taking the degree of
1 . bachelor of arts. During his six ywivs
of fltud'?nt life at his alma mater he
wa* Identified with a great many movements
for the benefl* of the students
and tbe oolleg*. usually being a very
prominent factor. and during the year
1TOI-92 he waj? one of the two editor*
of the college Jmmml.
In the fall of |893 Mr. Meyer went
o Yalo to pursue the study of law, and
continued there two years, graduating
from that famous college In Jan*. UK.
with th* degree of bachelor of law*,
and being on* of the honorably mentions!
graduate* out of a elm of one
hundred and ten. j
Upon Ms return from Yale the sobJect
of this sketch mu examined for i
admission to the bar by Judges Paull
and Campbell, of this city, and Judo i
T.'P., Jaoobs, of New Martinsville, and <
after successfully passing these examination*
he was admitted to the practice
of law In September, IMS. asd established
an offlce at No. 1413 Chapllne
street, this city, where he has been
doing quit* well for a. young lawyer,
and meeting with a good deal of enooaragement
Since he was twenty-one years of
age Hr. Meyer ha* alyays bean a
stfjunoh Republican, nam aiways upnem
the principle* of. his party and baa
taken an active Interest In Its campaign*.
In 1888 be went as a delegate
from thin city to the Republican state
convention at Char!eaton, and assisted
In nominating Gen. Goff.se tffe party's
candidate for governor. In the campaign
of 1892 he was president of the
Werit "Virginia University Republican
Club, oomposed of the Republican atud?n?a
attending the Weat Virginia University.
and was one of-^he delegates
aent by that club to represent It in 1
the - Republican State League conven- 1
tlon at Paricersburg. During that cam- 1
paign the W. V. U. Republican Club '
was to Morgantown what the Toung
Men's Republican Club (popularly i
called the Escort Club) was to thfa
city, and could always be relied upon
a tin aannrt. duiv whenever occasion of- 1
fered. " J
T. M. Garvin^08 born-on n farm in
Ritchie diitrlct, this county, August ,
1, 1864, the farm on which his father
resided jjlnce 1832. He received a liberal
education in the public and private :
schools completing a course of study
in a college In Cleveland* Ohio, and in 1
Phllilppe's College of Languages. San
Francisco, Cal. At the last institution
he spent considerable time with various .1
studies, and In the acquisition of the j
Spanish language. He then followed
the oocupatlon of teaching special ;
branches In business oolleges for sev- j
era! years. ,
Under the direction and with the as- '
slstance of Judge J. T. Logue, of Cleve- '
land, Ohio, he began to fit himself for
the practice of law. He pursued his
studies for two years, after which he
entered the Cincinnati Law College, j
from which he graduated in May, 1885, ,
earning the degree of LL. B. After
passing a rigid examination he was ad
miuea lO pnujiiuc uciurc uia ou|>iuiiid
court of Ohio, end other courts of
record. Since that time he has been j
admitted to practice before the federal
courts. Including the supreme court
of the United Stale*, at Washington,
D. C., the highest court In this country:
the department of the Interior and several
other departments and has successfully
practiced his profession In the
circuit courts and the supreme court
of appeals of this state for about
eleven years, since June, 1885, winning
many hotlyi contested Jegal battles.
By close application to nls calling he
has bravely conquered the many difficulties
that always confront a beginner
In thfe legal profession, has won
his way to success and now enjoys the
confidence and esteem of the judges
and brother members of the bar.
It might be said that he Is the father
of the Ohio County Bar Association,
he having, been the raovng spirit In
calling the first meeting for Its organisation.
and being one of Its officials
for a number of years,
He also called the first, meeting and
assisted In the organisation of the
West Virginia Bar Association, which
has grown to be one of the leading
organizations of the kind in the country.
Mr. Garvin complied and published a
book containing the commercial laws
of all the state** and territories for the
use of merchants and lawyers, which ,
met with such favor.
He 'to, and has been for ten years,
delivering a lecture each week to the
students of the Wheeling Business College
on commercial and International
From his youth up Mr. Garvin has
been an enthusiastic Republican, taking
an active part In all elections for .
the success of the party, and this Is .
the flVst time he has ever been before
the people, for any remunerative office
within their gift
He waa elected a member or the olty
council from the 8econd word In 1887,
receiving: upwards of a hundred votes
ahead of his party, and served the fi|1I
term with satisfaction to his constituents.
Personally -he is very genial and
warm-hearted and easily makes friends
of those with whom he comes in con
tact Mr. Garvin has shown himself
to be a friend of the wotWngman. always
advocating measures that would
in any way better their condition flnan- i
clally and socially.
Samuel O. Boyce was bom at Benwood,
in Marshall county, in May, 1862.
His early life waa spent in this city,
where his primary education in the
public schools was interrupted by his
employment in one of the South Side
iron mills. At the age of fifteen he
went Into the law office of Caldwell 1
& Caldwell, whore he was employed
'two years as office boy. After two
years' preparation In the Llnsly Institute
he entered Washington and Lee
University, at Lcklngton, Va.. where
he completed his collegiate course in
two years, graduating with (he highest
honors and winning the gold medal
for oratory. The contest for the orator's
medal was participated In by
many of the ablest young men of the
south, and the committee which decided
In favor of Mr. Boyce pronounced
his oration the best delivered at Lexington
since the war, which was a
very high compliment, coming as It did
from such competent Judges as Ely.
Calhoun, Breokenridge. Smith and Dr.
Hoge, the latter himself a famous pulpit
One year later Mr. Boyce graduated
In the law department and came home
to enter the law office of the late It. O.
Barr, under whose direction he pursued
his studies and was admitted to the
bar In 1886. His thorough education
and natural abilities resulted in a
steady growth until he has won a most
enviable reputation as a safe and thorough
In 1892 the Republican party, in which ,
he was a tireless worker from his boyhood,
participating prominently In ev
ery campaign since jiwo, nwn"i?'n ????
legal ability iui well a* his party iiervlcen
by/ nominating him for prosecuting
attorney. He accepted the nomination,
/although his party waa thin
hopelessly In the minority, and made
a splendid race against John A. Howard.
the present Incumbent, making the
closest race for that office In the pnst
thirty y*?ars. Two yearn later he accepted
the portion of city solloltor. an
a preliminary step toward the nomination
for prosecuting attorney thin year,
which nomination ho" now claims and
hope# to receive.
Mr. Boyce Is strictly temperate In hln
habit*. very activo In his profession,
ever ready to take charge of the poor
man's cane, whon there la no other fee
than the satisfaction of having done
an act of charity, which ha* made him
very popuhir with the rnaaaes of the
people. If nominated and elected to
the office of proaecutlng attorney, his
education, ability and experience at the
? utlafaAtnrv a^mlnla.
tration of the office.
A BELATED SKETCH
OfHr. Alf. C. Davis, Candidal* fhr Clark
nf the Ctrrnlt Court.
The following sketch of Mr. Alf. C.
DavId, candidate for clerk of the clr|
cult court, wn* not secured In time for
publication with the rest of the cani
dldat*s yesterday, but It lone* nothing
by tb? dalay:
i Mr. Alf. C. DrvIh Ik a son of the late
John V. Davis, prominent In the ordfr
of Bone of Vuloan, whloh was consolli
dated several yearn ago with several
: other organisations Into the AmsJga
mated Association of Iron, Steel end
Mr. Davla waa born' In tbe Elshtb
ward or tbla city January 5. 18S2, and
la therefor* in Ma UUrti -flfth year. Be
received hhi education In tbe public
school of that ward, graduating therefrom
with highest honors in 1S79. In
the fall of that year he attended Duff's
College, at Pittsburgh, from which ha
also graduated. HIS business career
began In 1X1. when he entered the
office of the Wheeling Pottery Company.
serving them In the capacity of
bookkeeper' for about nine years. He
severed Tils connectionwith thla company,
and with Mr.-C. W. Franiheim
I?aI/ tinl4 a# ih? IVanvlnlr Pklno -
kuvn iiuiu ut 11 at ntba vuhib vuiu'
pony, with whom he remained u bookkeeper-and
secretary until about two
yean ago. when.he engaged as bookkeeper
with the Wheeling Bteel and
Iron Oompany-*t their main oOlce on
Be la an expert accountant and office
man. Hta associates In business pronounce
Mm systematic, correct and
painstaking in all that he docs, and
well fitted for the position of cleric of
the circuit court, to which he aspires.
His Republicanism is well known.
His service to the party will compare
favorably with that of any person of
the same age In the city. His qualities
In this respect were evidenced last fall,
when he was a candidate tor secretary
at the gas board, but tor the sake of
harmony Id the party stepped aside
tor another man.
Mr. Davis has resided on the Island
for the past eight years. He represented
the Seventh ward on the city
executive commltee and was for two
rears the secretary of the same.
A Centre District Republican*
ro the Editor of the Intelligencer.
SIR;?I see that the two Democratic
papers, the Register and News, aided
by George "W. Robinson, are trying to
make a fight asralnst Mf. J. K. Hall fir
county committeeman In Centre district
The Republicans of Centre district
think that Mr. Robinson has all
that he can take care of to be nominated
for olerk of the circuit court and
elected county committeeman from
Madison district Wfi'&re not surprised
that the two Democratic sheets are opposed
to Mr. Hall. The work he has
flone at the head of the Republican
committee In the past would naturally
nake them oppose him. The Republicans
of Centre district appreciate Mr.
Hall's services and want him to renal
n where he is..
CENTRE DISTRICT REPUBLICAN,
Wheeling, April 20.
A OBAOEfUL ACT.
I Union Veteran Aid* the Project for a
There could be no more graceful action
on the part of a veterati who wore
the blue, toward one who marched un
ler tne stars ana Dars, man max, me
story of which i? told in the following
letter received by Colonel Robert White,
wrho Is leading the local endeavor to
establish a West Virginia Homo for
Colonel Robert "White, Wheeling.
DEAR SIR AND BROTHER:-I see
by the papers that there is talk of a fair
ind festival to be given for the purpose
af raising money to provide a home
for the Confederate veterans. Wishing
to help in this worthy cause, and not
being able financially, I .have a curiosity
in the shape of a sword of Chinese
:o!ns, presented to me by some of my
Chinese friends, which I wish to donate
to be put up and raffled off at the festival
and in this way raise enough money
to help provide a home for the
brave old Confederate veterans, who
low need a helping hand In their time
>f want Wishing you success In your
?fforts to secure the home, ana max our
Heavenly Father will ever watch over
ind bless the old veterans of both arnies,
I remain. Faithfully yours,
GEORGE W. PITNER,
Company E., 77th Ohk> VoL Infantry.
Upright Plnno for Sale.
Seven months ago we sold a fine Walnut
Upright Piano for $400 to a lady in
thin city, who Is obliged to sell it at
In order to do so quickly we offer the
piano for $255 oil payment of $25 cash
find $10 per month, or $235 cash. The
piano is in perfeot condition and can be
seen at our store, 1310 Market street
F. W. BAUMER & CO.
SOOTHING, healing, cleansing, Do*
Witfs Witch Haxel Salve is the enemy
to sores, wounds and piles, which It
never falls to cure. Stops itching and
burning. Cures chapped lips and coldsores
in two or three hours. Logan &
Co.. Wheeling. W. Va., B. F. Pea body.
Benwood, and Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport
O. ^ * 7
MITSIC by Melatefs orcheutra, at the
Beethoven Singing- Society ball tonight
Stomach, sometimes called watorbrash,
and burning pain, distress, nausea,
dyspepsia, are curod b.v Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This it accomplishes bocausc
with iU wonderful power as a blood
purifier, Hood's Sarsaparllla gcntlv
tones and strengthens the stomach and
digestive organs, invigorates the liver,
creatcs an appetite, gives refreshing
sleep, and raises the health tone, lu
eases of dyspepsia and indigestion it
Beeins to have < a magic touch."
" For over 12 years I suffered from sour
with severe peine acroes my shoulder*,
and great diatreaa. I had violent nausea
which would leave me very weak and
feint, difficult to get my breath. Theae
polls came oftener and moro severe. I
did not receive any laating benefit from
phyaicUne, bat found auch happy effecta
from a trial of Hood'a Sarsaparilla, that I
took several bottles and mean to alwaya
keop It In the house. I am now ablo to
do all my own work, which (or six yean
I have been unable to do. My husband
and ion have also been greatly benefited
by Hood's 8arsaparlMa ? for pains in
the baok, and after the grip. 1 gladly
recommend this grand blood medicine."
Mrs. Pbtxb Bubby, Leominster, Mass.
Ii Um One True Blood Purifier. All dnifgllU. II.
7, cure all I-Wer Ills nnd
Hood S Fills Blck HotUche, awna.
After Bouse Cleaning...
You will need n good CLOCK to help
brlfhten the PARLOR. We have In
stocky a largo assortment at very low
* Perhaps you are abort on SPOONS,
KNIVKS or FORKS. We oan help
you out. Our STOCK In large. Wo
ran veil you bast quality Silver Knives
and Forks nt Prleos thiit it would be
cheaper to u*? then Stect Knlve* end
Forks you nro continually scouring to
To atlmulsto trade during the dull
months of the year, we will aell our
Kooda nt greatly reduced price*.
We ore now receiving nome nice
n LOUSE BETS and BELTS. They
will be In great demand this leasou.
Save money and trade with a Ilouae
that buys good* for Cash.
JOHN BECKER 4 CO.,
JBSBLBflS AND OPTICIANS,
3537 JACOB STREET.
AI EITIBBIEV STOCK M
Our line of Refrigerators embraces
Use the Electric Carpet Cleanser;
GREAT RECUOTION BALE OF OH
CHAIRS AND HO
Aacaih mu?t be realized at onee, h%te pU
Immense atonic <4 uoalra and Rocking Chain *
value. OrerlOO style* of Wood Cane and Ut
Curlr Blreh and Maboganr. Ovor M styles of
Bed Room Chain. Nottiing bat goo J reliable i
The foUovrlug ate only a tow of iba special
A Solid Oak Upbolsterad Seat Booking C
i Solid Oak Upbolsterad Seat Booking CI
Good Substantial Sewing Rockers at 76c,
0?er one dozen styles or 03k and Cane S
$9, $1U auu ipn jJOi uan uutou, uun
Alareldrited tojaipoet the oatlrsllaeol
icing tola at greatly reduced price#.
' Assign ae of
For Sale by John K^ari. Wholesale and I
ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY.
Atlantic Tea Go.
The season Is now..on when the demani)
for Canned Fruit and Vegetables, Evaporated
and Dried Fruits increases. We ar?
prepared to supply your wants. You will
And our goods and prices both attractive.
Wo advertise only standard goods.
Standard Tomatoes (3-tb.), 4 cans 25c
Standard Sitgar Corn (2-lb.), 5 cans 25c
Standard Peas (2-lb.), 5 cans for 25c
Fancy Sugar Com (Mb.). 4 cans........ 25c .
Fancy Cal. Plums (S*R>.), 2 cans 25c
Stringless Beans (2-lb.), 4 cans for 25c
Rvap. Apples, all rings. 3 lbs. for....... 25c
New Cal. Pruuea, 6 lbs. for.............. 25c
New Cal. Raisins, 6 lbs. for 25c
New Cal. Silver Apricots, per lb... lOo
Van, n-1 nor tt? 7ft
Fresh Rolled Oats, 10 lb*, for 25o I
Fresh Oat Meal.-10 lbs. for 25c I
Fresh Qlnger Snaps. 5 lbs. for 26o I
Fresh Butter Crackers, 6 lbs. for 26c
Carpet Tacks (8-ox.). per box lc
Clothes Pins, per dosen lc
Star Candles (8's), per lb 8o
IS A fT A n n A
Aimuuii Ida ou.
We Lead, Let Those Who Can Follow,
Jewett's Refrigerators I
IMPROVED FOR W01
Unanrpmaad for Economy Mid Finish.
NESBITT & BRO., .
1312 MARKET STREET.
JJOULTHY NKTTINQ }
In tlsee one, two, three, four, fire
and nix foot width#. Any quantity
(it0. W. JOIIXSOV8 ROJS,
ino Main Street.
OROOBRlia. ~ _
worth knowing: Our 40e TEA 1?
without doubt tho beat valuo In 1
tho olty. A trial will convince J
W? F. BBHRBNS.
1217 Market BUmL
. MENDEL * CO.
, 1 .
(Hi WHICH TO SELECT.
all the new improvements of the
icturers. , , .
25c per can. "
Area AND BOOKING OHAJBS.
r rimt n tvt r? a t 17
it nun oajljl
ced on ttle nntll April 25.1696. til thf
t1117 Main ttreot at 4<i per cent leas tbad
iboUtered Soat Kockina: Cbalr?. in Oak,
Wood audCaiieSsiit Pining Boom and
rood* contained In the itock.
balr, regular price qq
Mr, regular price <?2 00
$1.00 and $1.25, worth doable the
?at Dialog Boom (Mrs that sold at
only $1.00 each.
[ Furniture tad Carpets, whicty U now
JT. EC. HAIjIJ.
Alex; Frew, 1117 Main Street.
ED MANHOOD ~
a* vMMtntioa end til norrontdlscflBMof
STATIONERY, BOOKS, BTO.
? I ' .
n 'BS3. ..... 1896.
M We have the largest and
best selections of.
R . and
H Room Mouldings
Ever nhown la this city. A special
Km of "Strips ia ComblntUoai"
carried only by as. A fall ling^f
for both room* and kitchens. Oar
price* alwuys tit* lowmt.
MTEstlmatM ou Decorating givea.
gg Work guortnteed.
g| No.-26 Twelfth Street
rau CAN REACH US
through the mall If you live out of
Wheellnc. We try to keep all tho.
out-of-town customers that ever
write to ua
Stanton'sOldCity Book Store.
Typewriter Oil, etc.,
jARLB BROS'., MarkrtStreeb
A LARGE VARIETT. AND VERT
CHEAP. ALL OP THE LATEST
lUOAEINES AND FASHION
JOURNALS RECEIVED. CHEAP
HOOKS. STATIONKRY. ALL OF
THE LEADING PAPBRB. 008PEL
C. H. QUIMBY.
tpt 1414 M?rll?t itront
r H. HIGGINS,
r 42 Twelfth Street t
HTLE8' ART .STITHO.
2154 7UC7CIN STRBBT,
to repubucanst* i
Notice t? hereby Ij?a th?t th? B?tL 1
?c*n prtawrr *1U b. t^JT 3
Ohio county on SitunUy. Asm a,tn? 1
11 a. m. to 1 p.. m-.cUy time, for lb, mH I
don at cudMttM for the loUowE I
Sheriff, Cleric Of County Court, <w 1
Clixmlt CourL Proeecuttnf Attorney, a 1
teesor for City District. A*se?aor tn I
County' Commjeriopen. JustJoes
Pmc?, ConsUtolee. CountrCoramlttwaS 1
end member* of Um Board of Eductu* 1
In tb? country amricu, n? deleiifi
fro? ?ach dlitrlct to attend thiTu5
Mid Ftret DUtrict Convention, to noS
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House and Brick School Houm waoa
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. Orten'i Hotel* . Trtadelphla; Gkndik
Union DUtrict?Police Court Room.
Clly District?Squire P?unwn'i Ofjw '
Fourteenth street; John McOsnnfn'ijg
MMadUon m?trict~Iilind Hon Hooh:
Market Hall, and corner Tenth and M&
Colloch streets. >
Centre District?Hook and Lude
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By order of Ohio County Republic**
J. K. HALL. Chairman.
JOHN W. KINDELBERGER. BecY
At Ihc primaries, to be held on
the 25th Inst.
J. X>. BXJSON.
Candidate for ,
Respectfully asks your consideration
and support. aplf
WHEELING. W. VA.. Feb. 21. UN.
To the Voters of Ohio County.
I am a candidate for Sheriff. Tour voti
If respectfully solicited at the Republic** ;
Primaries, to be, held on April 26. ltti J
fe?-dAw B. P. CALDWELL
tTT V. POWELL
Roapoct fully asks for your votes at tfcfl .
Republican primary election, on tha SU
of April for County Assessor, Countr*
District ap<? 1$
Y?ur attention, please.
i announce myself a candidate for
Cleric of the Ohio County Court,
Subject to Republican primaries. April
^Vour vote and influence is respectful ,
mrtl GEORGE BELL
C. D. THOMPSON
Respectfully asks for your votw
at the Republican primary election. 1
on the ath of April, lS96?..for tho
Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
Comity Asscsor, City District,
Subject to Republican Primary Electloa ' ;
Your Support It Rc?p-<ittul>y Solicited, j
FOR COUNTY ASSES8OR.
To the Voters of Ohio County.
I hereby announce mysoii as a eaatf. i
date for County Assessor, City District,
subject to the decision of the Republican
primaries, April 25. 1S5?0.
Your votes and Influence are respect*
- ? onmeoj
tnrz4 Wat, a. *** > ?_
I desire to announce myself a candldiM
for the office of
clerk op thb circuit court,
subject to decision of the prlmarl*
April 55. m.
tnrH ALF.CPAVM., ,
-pior county assessor.
Robert Anderson, of TrladelPhla dlilrtct,
announces himself as a candidate
election as County Asseasorror the cmas
1 hereby announce my name ss so*
dilate lor cieric 01 uio wuiiw
Ohio County, subject to the decision of
the^epublican primary election,
*^Vour Yote and Influence ! respectfully
mrll 0U8TAVE IL MEDICK..
GBO. toL ROBINSON
ANNOUNCES HIMSELF AS A CAXDIBATI W?
Clerk of the Grcuit Court of Ohio Co?
8abJoet to Bopablictn Primary Ejection.
Tour support is solicited.
ALEX R. CAMPBELL
AS A CAXMDATI 70S
Clerk of the County Court of Ofiio Cm
8nbjcot to Ropubllcsa Primary Election.
Your vote *nd infloanco respectfully MUd**8TOOKHOLDBB8'
\VH EELINQjBTJBURBAN RAILWAt
Notlco is hereby given l^J,A? ln? sub'
Bignvd corporator* of the Wheelln* .^
urban Railway Company h?ve dfgwj^
Thursday, the 80th day of April. J**
o'clock a. m., as the time, and th
of Ucorjfc ii B. ^in^inOhw
lino atreot. in tha city of Wheeling.1 >(
county. Went Virginia, aa the P?? . it*
which aald railway romPa"f *Jndiuc!i
s&?ss&& ww h.ndd.'.?
PAUL O. REVMANN.
QBO. a B.
WWllng. W. Va.. Mtrch ?UgSJgi-;
QBHSRAL WOTIOga, ^
J^"OTICE TO APPLICANTS.
Th? Hl?l? Board of HMlth *111 m?M? I
Cl?rk?bur?. April a, for th? mmlniiwi
of applioante for license to practice ??
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