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V*.. as second-das* TOLSPROXK NUMBKRV K ; Editorial R?atu* *23.. Counting Boom lit*. pThelntelligencer. B- '1' WHKKLllVU, APKIL 29, l?Qft. ^ REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS. State Delegate Convention?Clarksburg, WK&v State Nominating Convention?Parkers 9K? 'b\irg, July 22,. - ; . . First Dtttrict Delegate Convention? & Clarksburg, May U. 1 k Second District Delegate Convention? ^^Gfifton, May 35. | Fourth District Congressional Convenlon?Parkeriburg, July 21. ^ ||v' ' REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Kb" .Pursuant to the instructions of the I rf'-''state Rrpublican central committee, and i national Ropuhllcan comKs?;. y mittee. ' a. stato convention of delegated 1 Eg,1'-''representatives of the Republican party : ?&-" of West Virginia will be held at the city Xrc of- Clarksburg, In the county of Harrlnon. K&v on Thursday, the 14th day of May, 18W, at gSV/llo'clock noon. Tor the purpose of electing B?\>. Xour <loicgate8-at-larfro and four alteruaj*f?rfti-large to represent this state In the national .Republican convention, to be Bp*held In ttjc city of St. I<ouls, Missouri, RC'v; on the 16th day of June. 1M6. Hw?. It -Is ^vootnmonded that tho basis of I K&. ^representation in said state convention j Kfflft/.be one vote-for each 100 votes, and frac- I BSK^-Hlon thereof greater than fifty, cast for President Benjamin Harrison In 1592. fe&ft'It Is recommended that each county HgfeJ^cbQOse as many delegates to said' ronB0tfA,^utff?n tin will *iual the number of votes m-riX will be entitled to cast therein: and that IK the chalrinah of each Republican county committee call a convention in his county, ftth.i- nrnttor mcrUuir.to choose dele ies to the state convention; in which nty conventions or meetings the corot'.on df 'all persons is Invited who poec hereafter to act with the Hepubn party in Its efforts to promote prolion to American worklngmen, Amcrianriculture and American Industries; ratem of reciprocity, good government :he state and nation, and a return of upcrity. . i WM. M. O. DAWSON. Chairman. GEO. W. ATKINSON. / Secretary. County Chaiwnon. lease make proper arrangements to e your county represented in the state fention of May 14. 3e state convention to nominate the :e ticket, presidential electors, etc., be held, at Park^rsburg on Wtdnes, July.-22. at 11 o'clock a. m.. at;"Which - basis of representation will be one b for each 100 votes, and fraction eof greater than fifty, cast for your ublican nominee for Congress ip 18H. formal call will be issued latfr. m will not overlook taking measures iave your county properly represented four .senatorial district, Judicial dis-. t ata|congressional district conven-' s. afljPalso your delegate district conHon if your county be in a delegate rict; Very truly yours, WM. M. O. DAWSON. I ' , Chairman, unty Republican papers please copy.) t District Republican Convention. the authority vested in me as chairOf the congressional executive comeo of the First congressional district rest Virginia, and in pursuance of the es of the committee, I hereby call/a ention of the delcgnted representai of the Republican party of the said ict to meet in the city or Clarksburg, e cotinty of Harrison, on Wednesday, Ith day of May. 1S96, at 1 o'clock p. m., ('lor me purjwsfl 01 ?njui% UWw and two aiternatcn to represent the district In the national Republican convention, to be held in St. Louis. Mo., dn the ltth day of June. 1996. The basis of representation in said district convention will be the aame as at the ft tat e convention, one vote for each ICO vote?, and fraction thereof greater than fifty, caat for President Benjamin Harrison in 1692. It Is- recommended that each county choose as many delegates to sajd convention as will equal the number of votes It will be entitled to east therein, and that the delegates/be chosen in the usual way, by county convention, primary election or other proper meeting. All persons 'who purpose to act with the Uepubllcan party In future are Invited to oaxtlchiate In such meetings. H. C. RICHARDS, Chairman. * W'Ml Virginia In 1RM. While our Democratic friends gre- trying: to depreciate and to explain away the tremendous vote polled at the Republican primaries In Ohio county this year, they should bear in mind that there Is a considerable part of West Virginia outside of Ohio county, and that, taking It all as It stands, there Is no eomfort for them. \ They have tried to cxtract sunshine out of cucumbers by saying that'li was die stay-at-home vote that brolie them & 18M. This Is a very good story untiL thetyher ?lde is heard. Comparing tile hv nnnorMMlomtl rijfitrlctA for th6 years 18W and 18M we have thli' ?howlng: FIRST DISTRICT. ? Howard. Downier. Total. 1*94 V 17.399 SI,ft" 4Q.M4 | PendHten. Dov-m-r. Total. v- 1832 19.314 19. ICS 40,j?6 > Democratic loan lir two yearn... 1.011 Republican gain In two years 2.W9 Total Increase of vote 219 SECOND DISTRICT. Wllaon. Dayton. Total. lAW 21.*>2 23.4tt 4I.2M m , Wllaon. Winner. Total. ; 1SP2. a.tf'7 20.7.VJ 41,1m '* Democratic lona In two year* w 't; . Republican gain In two yearn 2.W7 Total lncr?a*w of vote 1,707 THIRD DISTRICT. rAlderaon. Hullng. Total. 1894 . 19, KM 2l.m 4J>.*>3 Aldernon. Relcker. Total. j * 18M BJH 20.71W 4J,?2 Democratic Ion* In two year* ?150 r Republican ffnln In two year* 2.MI Total Increase of vote wi ! '. foitrth district. Harvey. Miliar. Totnl. Jg9l ?>.7?l JEWI49 ('Hprhnrt. Caldwell. Totnl. Ml 21.^1 \v.n\ 4V?tf. Democratlr Ions In two yrar* 4,142 Republican fain In two ye?r?...t....; 777 Total decrenr.c of vote IW Katimutlnsr a natural Increaae of vote f ; .. In two yearn of 4 per cent, the atny-athome vote for each dlatrlct In an follow": Flrat dhitrlet M0f? ? Second djHtrlct . M h. Third dUtrlct 1.1?? Fourth district 3,M? ? '- Total for atate not voting .' 6,8M sk If all the Btay-at-honK-H had come out yl voted the Democratic ticket, the ret would have been changed In but one the confrrtMlonal dlatrlcte. the urth, where alone the Republican I I plurality wu le?? than the mljflngTOte. Suppose lUt lln M?9 *tay-?t-hom?i com* out thl* year and every man of them vote* the Democratic ticket, and the Republican ticket find* no new aupporters; atlll there will be a very comfortable Republican plurality. The Republican plurality of 1894 waa 18,829. From thSi deduct tho 0,392 atayat-homM, and the Republican ticket will - win by 8,987. With aucb a campaign a* the Republican* of West Virginia will tL. KM mAM lllralv tn hf? JUUO H1C UgUltB (MB IUWt? ? -larger than smaller. West VlrginUria gone-fromthe party of free trade. The Bald on the Tranirmal. While the trial of Dr. Jameson and his fellow raiders drags along in London the startling news comes from the Transvaal that the Ave men who confessed themselves guilty of high treason have been' sentenced to death. Guilty they undoubtedly arc, and the little Dutch republic has as much right as the most powerful country to punish for that grave offense. Sovereignty is sovereignty the world over. Extent of territory and amount of population neither add to nor take from it All the same the condemned men will not be put to death. This seems to have been the understanding of the British government, tfh)ch has been quick to a*k clemency for them and to remind Presldent'Kruger that this is the expectation of the British people. Although the Transvaal has a right to execute the| Judgement against those men, If K were to do so Great Britain would find a pretext that would cost the little republic its existence. One of the condemned men Is a brother of Cecil Rhodes, powerful in South Africa and in London. Rhodes will not let his brother's life be taken, and he will help to save all of them. Ham-, mond. one of the condemned, who drew *60;<XK> a year as an expert mining engineer, is an American. All that his country can do for him is to use its good offices with President Kruger, and this of course, will be done without delay. It is a bad plight that'these men are in. Their lives will be saved, but they may have to look on the world through iron bars for a few years. Still the Register is not supporting the Republican pounty ticket and is finding fault with the several thousand Republicans who made it. It does seem to be a very good and very strong ticket . The Dnel In Germany. In this country the day of the duel is gone, wen in the region In which it survived longest it is now under the ban of public sentiment. Germarty is orfe of the countries In which everybody who I is anybody must fight under the code upon occasion. The recent duel between Von Kotze and Von Sch'rader illustrates the subject ~^i : Von Katie held a hl#h place In court Somebody wrote scandalous tetters In which the Imperial . family was not spared. Von Kotze was accused and put In prison. The writing of- the scandalous letters went on. It was evident that the same hand was keeping to the work. It was olear that Von Kotze was not the offender. He was set at liberty and fought a duel with ene of his accusers. Von Kotze did not wish to fight any more, but military etiquette insisted that he should fight, and the emperor gave him to understand that military etiquette had the Imperial approval. So Voij Kotze fought Von Shrader and killed him. The affair would haVe been Just a little worse If Von Kotze, an Innocent man, had lost his life In. a duel which high society compelled him to engage In. What sort or civilization-is mat in which the be?t bred and most cultivated persons Insist that an Innocent man shall stand In front of the revolver of every scoundrel who accuses him falsely? Society shoutd provide him a remedy In the, courts. A society under the rule of an absolute monarch could easily give him redress. In fact the emperor hissed Von Kotse on to risk his life in an affair which stained his hands with blood. No wonder there is a derisive cry from the anarchist element, demanding to know ^whether the Kotxe-Schrader episode Is wbat Is meant by the sticklers for law and order. The German emperor Is directly responsible for the tragedy. President Cleveland Is said to have told a frlend^hat he Is not in it It looks that way. * * Mr, RbmcI], of NuMelinMlU. For a man who wants to keep a nomination away from him Mr.William G. UuRsell, of Massachusetts manages to keep himself pretty well to the front When he Is not talking for print he Is writing for publication. What does Mr. Ru?sel| want with It? Well, It would be a considerable lift Into prominence to get the nomination for the presidency. Then at some other time ho and his ' tantim rmiiri *a1i how he made a (treat sacrifice lift and helped to hold the Democratic party together. Mr. Russell is young and looks forward to a future of possibilities. According to the aggregate of the estimate#' of Individual strength, the St. Louis convention will be made up of about 'steen thousand delegates. It will be a great convention, to be sure, but we did not think It was going to be so numerous. 'Able combine representatives go south tfils week on a. missionary tour. By the time they get back they hope to bo able to report a popular uprising for somebody to their liking. The ways of the combine are Interesting but not past finding out. Eighth ftrimfnrlnl Convention. Bprolnl Piftpntch to tho Intelligencer. RONCEVKRTB. W. Vn.. April 2*. Pursuant to ft can or ine cnojrmun. me FNghth senatorial district Jtepubllean committee mot In Ronceverte on April 23, 1R36. and ?ele?t#d Alderson, \V. Vn.. cik the place, ami Saturday, July 11. at 10 a. m. aa the time for nomltmtlng a Republican candidate for Mate nenator for th*? Klghth senatorial district ?>f Went Virginia. Also, for nominating a Republican candidate for the Judgeship bf the Tenth Judicial district of Wcit, Virginia. Wfieu Tmrrllng, Whether on pleasure l>i*nt. or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as It act'i most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver, and bowels, preventing fevers, headaches. find other forms of slcknpss. For solo n 80 cent and tl bottlen by all leading drufrliu. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only* i Highest of all in Lcarcmcg Po Royal w ABSOW1 THE TWO CONVENTIONS. I President IUch?rdsout of the Wert Vlr* glut* CtlrtNttan BiidMvorin Imiim a Bullettii-ArraiiKeotents for the limit* Ingtou ondWaihington Convention* Rev. A. F. Richardsoh, of Grafton, preBldent of tlie West Virginia Young Peoples' Socloty of Christian Endeavor, has issued the following bulletin: "As this will probably be the last letter sent by the president to the societies ftfforoi the Huntington convention, it is to be hoped that its contents wiU be brought prominently before the different societies by the secretaries, as will /vtntnftv Imnnrtant Information concerning the state and national conventions, excursion ratctf, hotel accommodations. etc. "We make a final nnpeal for an Immediate remittance of annual dues to State Treasurer L. li. Hull, Grafton. The ampunt, a free-will offering, expected from your society is small?recommended by the executive committee at Martinsburg to be placed at ten cents per capita, per year, certainly is not withheld because of Inability to contribute such amount Your cheerful compliance with this appeal will enable 1 the executive .:omniKtee to do Its work nicely and will insure your name upon the list of paid up societies at the convention. "Our state convention will meet at Huntington. June 30, July 1 and 2. Are you going to Huntington? You will be Horry if you stay at home. This city has the reputation of being the most beautiful In the state, with a splendid Christian Endeavor Union that will extend to the convention a royal welcome./ The usual excursion rates will be secured for the convenience oA those attending, and a special bulletin will be issued later by the excursion manager giving detailed Information concerning rates, train service, etc. That the reception committee may have their work lightened, let delegates to Huntington report through their secretaries the-names and number. as soon as possible,, to Mr. W, B. McGregor. Huntington, who will report the same to chairman of entertainment committee, as these committees have not yet been reported to the president or pe'erotary. Take reports from your society?short, accurate and good. The Washington international convention promises to be the grandest in many respscts yet held, and has a dou die ciaim on an ?>iiuku%wn-m, ih?imuchtas an opportunity Is afforded to visit the national capital, government buildings, and other places of national interest, at a reduced rate, and cheap, thouRh first class hotel accommodations. This trip will be lyorth a sacrifice, and should not bo allowed to pans. The.uniform rote has been adopted on all trunk lines of one fare for the round trip, with privilege of. having ticket extended till July SI. A special bulletin will be Issued later giving detailed information in regard to train schedule. The committee on hotel accommodations, consisting of Rev. C. S. Trump, .L. H. Hull and R. Frank Barr, has been exceedingly fortunate in securing the "Ebbltt House" as state headquarters during the convention, a cut of which appears In this letter. The "Ebbltt" is also headquarters for the officers of the Uni ted'Society, which is a pleasant feature. The rates at this hotel, are 14 00, So 00 and 96 00 a day, but a reduction has been made, to $2 00 for sixth floor, and $2 50 and ?3 00 for any other floor. The "Ebbltt" Is only one square from the United States treasury, two from the White House, and flVe from the tents. The state, war and navy departments, the ar( gallery, and the patent offices are within five minutes walk, and cars pass the door to the capital, ar&enal, soldiers' home and many other places of Interest. "The "Ebbltt" Is Ave squares from our church headquarters, which Is St. Paul's Lutheran, corner of Eleventh and H. streets, centrally located and convenient. The society of this church is preparing to gl\;e us a hearty welcome. The committee has provided for at least two hundred delegates, and to secure these cheap rate* every delegate is obliged to engage room* for entire time of convention, fiend yflur name to L. B. Hull. Grafton. W. Va.l so we may know when the two hu'ndrefr-hnve been secured. It in to be hoped that the state delegation will be able to take up quarters en masse in order to be associated together and the number ^requisite to retain this hotel." mil Taylor Mast Hang. WASHINGTON, April, 28.?Judge Brewer, of the United Estates supreme court has refused to Interfere in any way with the Carroll county (Mp.) circuit court, whleh sentenced Bill Tavlor to be hanged April 30, for the murder of the Me**ks family. The only hope left for Taylor.is that Governor Stone will grant a respite^ Taylor's lawyer will now go before Governor Stone with an application for a respite. The lawyer# will claim t??at new and most Important evidence of Bill Taylor's Innocence J>as been recently discovered. f Iknfticn Cannot lie Cured, by local application*, as they cannot reach,the diseased portion of the ear! There la only one way to euro deafness, nnd that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness 1m caused by au Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When thin tube gets inflamed you have a runfbllng sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely closed, deafness In fhe result, &nd unless the inflammation can be taken out and this .tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever, nino cas?*s out of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any 'cose of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Curt*. H.-n<l for clrculHrs. free. F. J. CIIENEY ft CU, Toledo. O. Hold by dt ugglsts. 75c. Ilu?-Ulrit'? Arntra Halve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, soroa, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is riarartteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Loguu Drug Company. _ llrllrfln mix lining. Distressing kidney and bladder dls* eo^. s relieved iu nix hours by the "NEW fJ HEAT KOUTH AMERICAN KIDNEY CUKE." This new remedy ht u great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness In relieving pain in the bladder, kldrfeya, bock and every part of lno urinary pansage in male cr fomnl''. It relieve* retention of wnter and pain In paMinff it almost Immediately. If you want quick rol|#?f nnd cur?? thin I* your remedy. Sold by It. H. Mat. drugglit, Wheeling, W. Va. DON'T Invite dlaappolnttfient by experimenting. Depend upon Ono Minute Cough'Curo and you have immediate relief. It cures croup. Tho only harmless remedy that produdee Immediate reaultR. Logan it Co.. Wheeling, W. Va., B. F. Poabody, Bentvood. and Bowie A Co., Bridgeport. O. $ \ . wet.?Late*t IJV & Got* Report Baking Render rEEV PURE 1 1 1 DEtSOATZS ELECTED ; To CUrlubarg *T ?he Republican* of | Kudlcott?lnatrnetcit Ibr S^lulif. ' Special Correspondence. EXDICOTT, Wetxei County, W. Va., j April 25.?In answer to a call made tyy Andrew Clark, chairman of the execptlvc committee, the Republicans met fit | Endlcott to select delegates to reprt! sent Wetzel county at-a convention fo I be held at Clarksburg, for the purpose' of electing delegates to the flwt cort| gresslonal district convention, to elect delegates to the national Republican j convention. Lemuel Wood and A. Clark were elected delegates to the dls- I I trict convention, with Crawford Lemastors and W. 8. Swan as alternates. P. P. Kearns and W. W. * Lemasters were elected delegates to the state convention, with S. C. Miller and J. R. Oofby as alternates. After a spirited discussion it was decided to Instruct the I delegates for McKlnley and also to s4e that the delegates to St Louis were Instructed, as the delegates only represent the people and the people want McKlnley. It was then resolved that the proceeding* of the meeting be published in the Wheeling Intelligencer and Wetsel Republican, after which organiser W. W. Lemasters organized a Republican club meeting with great success and In a few moments had an enrollment of forty nicinuers uuu ujipuiuicu viiwn ? president, P. F. Keurns, secretary, and O. Miller, treasurer. The club w4* christened the McKlnley club. It was quite n surprise to And ko many ardent Republicans In a county .once wholly Democratic and we will try and bring her back in the column to which she belongs. GRANT COUNTY REPUBLICANS luatrnct Their Diieipitei to Vote fbr Atktnaon for Governor. Special Disfatch to the Intelligencer. KEY8I3R, W? Va., April 28.-The Republicans of Grant county held one of the ifcurgest conventions in the history of the county, on the 25th, and appointed delegates to the two state conventions. John G. Hoffman, Jr., offered a resolution, instructing the delegates to thetstate nominating convention to vote solidly for Hon. G. W. Atkinson for governor, which was adopted by a unanimous vote, amid great enthusiasm. Grant county will poll the largest Bppublican vote ever given at the coming election in November. The Republicans are more tn earnest that at any p$*t period of their lives. Look out for a round one thousand majority for McKlnley, Atkinson and teh balance of the ticket , N Cowan Enronte "Home." WASHINGTON. April 27.-^Jnited States Minister Pierce Young has telegraphed the state department that the Guatemalan government as a matter of comity (there being no extradition treaty) last week surrendered to the agent of the state of Pennsylvania, J. H. Cowan, wanted in Pittsburgh for forgery and that the officer and his prisoner soiled last Thursday from Port Boarlos for the United States. ? T ? Hriniti 'i'?n inc aioiy. A vast mass of direct, unimpeachable testimony prove* beyond, any possibility of doubt that Hood's SarsaparUWf actually does perfectly and permanently cure diseases caused by Impure blood. Its record of cuflBs Is unequalled and these cures have oftpn-been accomplished after all other preparations bad failed. HbOD'S- PILLS cure all Hver ljl?, biliousness, Jaundice, Indigestion, sick headche. 1 3 ONE Mlntue Cough Curl touches tho right spot It also touches it at tho right time if ydu take It when you have a cough or cold. 8ee the point? Then don't cough. Logan & Co., Wheeling. W. Va., B. F. Peabody. Benwood, and I Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport O. 4 Ifthc Baby U Cnltlng T?th, be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen- , ty-flve cents a bottle. myrf&w AFFIDAVITS as to personal character may be necessary to allay suspicion or to attract the simple-minded; hut what has the manufacturer's private character to do with the efficacy of his so-called "cure?" Ely's Cream Balm depends solely upon its reputation of years as a successful cure for catarrh in all its stages. It is absolutely free from mercury or any other drug injurious to the system. Being applied directly to the diseased membrane It afrnrdM instantaneous relief and will ef feet a perfect cure of catarrh. QUICK In effect, heals and leaves no scar. Burning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Havel Slave. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it Is magical In effect Always cures pileh. Logan Sti Co.. Wheeling. W. Va.. B. F. Peabody. Benwood, and Bbwie A Co.. Bridgeport. O. I An AfniUvit. This Is to certify that on May 11, I walked to Mellck's drug store on a pair of crutches and bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for inflammatory rheumatism which had crippled :ne up. After using three bottles I am completely cured. 1 can cheerfully recommend It?Charles If, Wetzel, Sunbury, Pa. Sworn and subscribed to before mo on August 10. 1894.?Walter Shlpmau. J. P. For aale at 50 cents per bottle. A HIGH liver with a torpid liver will not bo a long liver. Correct the liver with DeWitt's Little Early Risers, little pills that cure dyspepsia and oonstlpation. begun & Co.. Wheeling, W. Va.. B. F. Peabody. Bcnwood and Bowie A Co., Bridgeport. O. I Nobody need have Neuralgia. Got. Dr. Miles' Pain Pills from driurglsts. "Ono cent a do?f-." Poft, wblU? huncU, ehnpely nalla, and huurtaat hair, with riran whnlc?omr w*lp. U fonnd In iho perfect action of the Pons*. produced by C1JTI. CUIIA HO AT, the noet effocUre akin purlflrr, and boautlBer In the world. Md threnibeotthe wwld. form Djto **o Cbm* ioai> CoiroaaTioi, Me rrvputon, Oomm. . ? jj&jr Jftfc.one, particular virtue that lifts our - LadJce'' Low Shoes above the tieiuu aprt to'that they hare the pleaaanthabU of flttinjr. But that virtue Un't all; Btyle li another?price la Juat^thljtkl of the nicest ahoe rou can-,ihen conjahere and.iee how well we hav$ read'-your thoughta. We clean ahine all aboea free. ALEXANDER,1049 Main Street. . "BTOySB, BANOB8, BTO. T*? ;?r--:?? - NO GOOP^^Stoves or Ranges( . So theap as the Valley l p OUII .. You ;will appreciate having home made goods when repairs are wanted. ????? SOU) BY pEALERS. MADE BY B. FISHER. BIOYOLB8. WmMwertfeger, H46 MAIN STREET. Wheel MHr 1 .?!\ Fnlt llao of Whitman, Patriot, Crcdana, Amcrtcfttt K. O. H. and Q. O. 8. and Jn?nile Wheel*. CycltaU Sniidrlca and Sup-" pllM.' . Alio Haraonu Trnnta, BatcbeK eto. The only Trunk [Faaiorjr tu the a lata. Wftiob (or ua at the Trade* QarnltaL *p28 J. 8.\BHODBa A 00. ' Summer ' Underwear.... ' .'?iA 1 We have nearly everj'thing that is made, from 5c to sL 00. Ladies' Union Suits, Gentlemen's Union Suits;.. A special sale of Ladies' Lisle Thread Vests at 17c, worth a quarter. New Parasols. New Spring Gapes. Ladies'. Bicycle Sweaters. New Skirls. Sbirt Waists! 48c and Upwards These Waists aremade right nndflt nicely. Jlils&Cii. ' _ . . PATRNN Tlir ? Mochnnlcnl in- ' i ft id mi a. Mrummit Company lh fully provided to do oxuerJmi?mal work. model work ?nd to build nny kind of small mnchfnery or limtnimnni* In the mo?t prompt BTid rronoinl.cnl munner. 4C-s Hmlthfleld Bt? foyrth floor, entmne* through more. f Artificial Mmb Jiror. Co. CSu> Mauutuciurr* tU? bent good* on ?h? v ,JT mar**. l.lrot*,TniMca>8upp?rt?r*. w <!rntetfwetc. A l?n appliance* fnrrorrwtlnjjde. SRSS^-JTSSS;'18IC,W?MS0,R: u _ apM* Till* TOTRLUOENCBR PRIKTINO fCatabWhment. Neat,Accurate,Prompt. rfl ^ (T- ore p?^ \ S?ss^ss^ answer. Good* sold-by wnple oa credit -1 22?}jhy? ?iK?itaf'1J1:'r,,4 nMured to proper applicant. Adrirm. ts O. Bo* m. New Toyk City. man to tmvel thi-MoorWIeld viuP> S B?SikxhM H wa-Bw^ Base pall oagba croquet! HAMMOCKS, FOOT BALIS ' All of the Popular Msasslnes and Pspeij pp to oala. Books and 8ta. tlonery. Go?p? Hymn* in their -various styles. * . . ?... O. H. QUIMBY, aplfe lftl Market Street board of dlrectore pfr thla Inatltutlon ?ii! take place at the City Bank ol Whwliii Wednesday, Itar ft between the hours of 11 a. m. and I -o'clock p. m. Kv(rJ contributor to the amount of Js la a lew voter. JVM. B. SIMPSON. WM. A. I.IST, Att-myll Committee on Election I /~1 BANS OPERA BOUSE. " ~ ^"Thundar, Friday' and Saturday eiw Inea and Saturday matinee, April ?0 and May 1 and 2TONT FARRBLL And bii excellent M^pany^pruentlnf hia OAHJIT OWBKT. PtICM-U. IS. g H4 80a. .^r . TVEATHDUST. 0 The ran ltlltor for ant*.. roach*, bed bust and alltanct*. Taa vnti par box. Whoteaala and nt?l it COETZE'S DRUG STORfc, ap3 Market and Twelfth Bt^rta ' i Read)' for the Table. 4 \ ramba'Tonruafelncanf. i f Corned Baefin nu. f ; Spring Salmon la c?ni. ? Inj ported Sardinia la oil. HuebePsGrocery House, J EAGLE BRAND.... i Prize Papkage Peanuts. ; Boston the market Write to UNION HILLING CO., Norfolk, V*., for prion uii? glee. Satisfaction gotraateed. spn * ? JABJUK1ERS?ALL JEW. J Special Reduced Prices I J Latest Colors %nd Sins I Notice them itt'our window. I BWI^O- BROS., I X 1115 MARKET STKKET. A ? : Merchant Tailoring, A. Wuethricb. th?: fashionable Her- J chant tailor, haa tetnov^d to 1610 Market ! atreet, ana invito* every body to call and inspect his elegant line or spring and 3 ummer gooda. Perfect flt and satisfaction guaranteed, at the lowest prices. A. WUETHRICH. nn-HV " . 1B10 Market Street Oueber Bicycles Htl Made by the Duober Watch Coapuf. Runs likfla watch. ^Adjustable handle bars. Three-point bearings. Only one grpde, that the highest / PKIOB 38Q. Dillon, Wheat & Handier Co. Call and examine before buying. ?tdl ; J^AW AND COLLECTION OFFICES j-.'" ?"? . J. Ellwood Hughes & Co.. 711 Drrxell Bulldlnu. I*hil?del|.hU, P*. ; Collections given prompt and vigoroai atentlon, claims of heirs to estates care-, fully investigated. . Refer, to any of the banks or prominent business men or Wheeling, w. iVa. Correspondence ?o* llcltcd. apg , # t"/-v 00R^ * L.V. BLOND, & Jewett's ^ IMPiiovtcn rait two. H Uttanrpmiiril for Kitniioiiiy nnil Klnlik fl NESBITT & BRO., I 1312 MARKET STREET. _ 1 jpOL'LTar NETT1NU In Alios one, two, three, four, flv# H and nix foot widths. Any q\wntltjr you want. CifcO. IT. JOHNSON'S SONS / 1210 Main tfircet