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THINK IT 0V8BThink
it
Let the boy think it pte
get a Suit to suit him,
Consult his wishes and
ymi'll always come to u
Boys' Suits,
In every hue and colon
and neatness. All pric
IYICII 3 uuiioj
In all $e, new shades 1
a well made garment
Men's Furnishini
New Neckwear, Unden
things one could ask
EVERYTHING.
M.Gutm
Retail Department 11a
complete Baae Ba
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
fpRl'STEE'B SALE.
Rial Estate In Fifth and ElgM Sards
-t IUk..tl.?
01 niioouiis.
By virtue of a deed of trust mad? by I
Sophia C. Tappe and her husband, Henry
Toiijv. to me as trustee, dated February ]
11th. 1*95, and recorded In the office of tho 1
Clerk of the County Court of Ohio County,
Weet Virginia. In Deed of Trust Book No. |
42. pure a. I will sell at the north front
door of the court house of said county, on j
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6TH, 3896,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the par- |
Cfl5 of real estate situated In the City of
Wheeling. in Ohio county, West Virginia, i
thai are described as follows, vis: I
Flnt-A strip of land twenty-jtwo (22) i
feet wide off of the north slUeof lotnumber
ninety-nine (60) in the Fifth ward of said
city, which lot Is on the northwest corner
of Market street and Twenty-third street, j
fronting twenty-two (K) feouon the west j
ride of Market street, and extending westwardly
of the uniform wldfh of said front
to an alley In the rear of said lot, togcth- I
er with tho improvements .thereon.
Second?All of the following, described
lots situated in tho Eighth ward' of said
city, to-wit:?lots numbered elghty~one (81) I
and eighty-two (?2) in Lagrange, and .lot
numbered three (3) and part of lot numbered
four (<) In square numbered forty- 1
nine (i?>. . ;* \
TERMS OK SALE?One?tnlrd of tKe purchnae
money, or so-puch more as the
purchaser may elect to-pay. cash in hand,
on the day of sale, and the residue in two*1
equal Installment*, payable, respectively,
In six months and twelve months from the
day of sale, with Interest, the' purchaser 1
giving his negotiable promissory notes for
the deferred payments, with good securl- i
ty, the legal title being retained until all
of the purchase money shall have been
paid: or. if the purchaser so elect, thp legal i
title may be conveyed, the -trustee reserving
in the deed a lien for the?deferred
purchase money, or the purchaser otherwise
securing the same to the satisfaction
nt thi? trimtoo.
" BENJAMIN S. ALLISON,
_apT-tU Trustee. I
rpil'STEE'S SALE. I
By virtue of a deed of truifVmado by I
Mary B. HosMuson and George W. Hos- |
kin?on, her husband, to the undersigned i
frufteej dated the 31st day of January.
A. D. 1SSI. and recorded In the clerk s office
of the County Court of Marshall
County, West Virginia. In deed of trust
book No. 10. pages 103 and 101. I will on
SATURDAY. T/fE JTH DAY OF MAY.
A. D. IK*.
beglnning^'at 10 o'clock a. m., of said last I
mentioned date.^at the premises to be sold,,
fell at public auction to the highest and
bt?t bidder, the following described real
urate.. that Is to nay. Lot number nineteen
(19) as mated by D. It. McMechen in
the Town or MoMcrhen, in the county of
Marshall, in the state of West Virginia.
Said lot. front:' tlfty feet on McMechen
avenue and extends back one hundre<l and
twenty-three (128) feet and cloven (11)
laches to u twelve-foot alley, and Is the
lame property granted und conveyed to
the said Mary B. llosklnson by deed duted
November 1, 1800. and recorded in said
clerk's office In deed book No. 38, folio 2?.
The said lot number nineteen (10) will be
sold subject to the provision Contained in
uld deed of trust, that too unfinished ,
bulldiuK or out-house is to bo built on
said lot within twenty (20) feet of Jthe
street on which the said lot fronts
TERMS OP SALE?One-third of the purchase
money, or as much more an the purchaser
may olect, 111 cash, and the balance |
in equal installments; payable in one a;id I
two years, respectively, from the day of
ale, the purchaser giving for each of the ^
deferred Installmerjls of the purchase
money nir noic. w?n nuu,< iric-umui owhrtty.
bearing Interest from the date of
?%lt, and the title fo the property sold to
be retained aa security for tho payment of
auch note* until paid In full, or tho payment
of said note* to be secured by deed
of trust on the property sold.
OEORGE B. CALDWELL,
_ ?p7 Trustee.
PUBLIC 8ALB.
Grand taction Sals or Balldlag Lots!
D. M. ALEXANDER'S ADDITION Tip
OREOOBVILLE. altuated on Uethafy
Pike. Ohio county, \V. Va., a short distance
from Woodsdale and Altenhelm, a
nation cn Elm Grove railroad. On Sat- I
unlay. May 1 1886, commencing at 10
o'clock a. nL, on the premises, tho underlined
will ofTer for sale at public auction
14 building lots, suitable for suburban
reiidences. Sale positive and without re??nre
to the highest and best bidder, on
the following termst One-thlhT cash and
th? revMup in one and two years, with
Interest. For irfformatlon and .plat seo
J r Honey, 1428 Market street, city enUnecr-s
onice. a. C. IIERVEY,
y Aactionecr.
? . y *.=
WILLIAM8 TYPEWRITER.
You Cant Tell...
By the look* of a load liow far It ran
Jump, or by the size of a roue thn
trm-th of lt? perfntnei neither,run
Toil properly Jurtgrthe merlli or ilenif
rU. of n machine nnlrM you get at - ,
'l?nintr?l it Itti- II ami Nee II. Try all
?'l?rr fyp>-?v liters If yon will, but hrfnn
run try thr Wlf.MAMN,
which >tnmltoli lis merits.
1 br lutrllltft*i}cer nwn and recommemla
the Williams.
_ _ n-* ?-? ,
CORP Si DBliUHt,
I.KVK.lM. AUKST*
PHOTOGRAPHY. '
fir higginsT
POofelbfe'Sp
41 I uvlftl, Slrect.
MYLKS' AET STUDIO.
Pliotooraphs/SSr
__2I54 7JtniN STRBBT.
. I'5 .IKS ANP ART MATERIAL.
"]>' I.UKTB.'". ~ ' "
docket KVlnkii. Films and ?
central lino ot Photographic
Supplies.
Nicol.U'3 HHT STORB,
>331 MARK*^ STREET, /
M. POTMAN A 00.
Over.
r too.- He knows where be can
as well probably as you 4o.'
your own better judgment and
8. '
-r; X>rT'
ng, combining taste
68.
for men who admire
gis,
rear and all correct and dressy
for. EIGHT PRICES FOR
an&Co.,
i- rr.Bmi. ofMAof. \
ui ouu jinouiu ouvdioi
,11 Outfit with each Boy's Suit.
LOCAL BBX7ITIBS
Bhtten of Minor Aloiucut In and Abont
the CMr.
The Wheeling & Lake Erie officials'
car arrived in Wheeling last evening. I
Six New York drummers came in in a 1
bunqh at the McLure house last night,
which shows that business roust be
picking up in some lines.
Thursday, ladies day at the Carroll j
club, wnl be in charge of a committee
of young ladies, who will serve to all 1
who visit the club choice refreshments
and a light luncheon. The same feature
will be arranged for the succeed- I
lng Thursdays during the coming summer.
The cases of David George and Torsa '
Orien, Hungarians, living In the Sixth
ward, were aired in police court yesterday
morning. Orien accused George
of biting a piece out of his cheek, but j
the testimony showed that George was |
really the aggrieved ilarty, as Orien
had been behaving improperly with his
wife, and Mayor Caldwell made Orien
pay the costs of the trial.
Coleratn OH Jfewi.
The well of the Pike Oil Company on
the Adam Moore lot. one-half mile east
of the original Starbuck well, came in
yesterday a duster at fifteen feet in
the sand. It was generally supposed
that this well would be a producer. It
was owned by Martin's Ferry men.
The Newland Veil U doing nicely.
The Bracken guslfer is flowing as
much oil as ever. I
THOSE tvho arc troubled with rheumatism
should try a few applications j
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, rubbing
the parts vigorously at each application.
If that does not bring,relief dampen
a piece of flannel-with tPaln Balm
and bind it on over the seat of pain
and prbmpt relief wiy surely follow. Por 1
sale by C. R. Goetze, W. W. Irwin, C.
Schnepf, C. Menkeraeller. John KlarL
! \V. H. Hague, H. C. Stewart, R.,B. Burt,
J. Coleman, A. E. Scheale; William
Menkemeller, J. G. Ehole, Wheeling,
Bowie &. Company, Bridgeport; B. P. j
Peabody & Son, Benwood.
Auction'Bale.
Diamond;*. Watches, Jewelry, 3nver
wore. Cut Glass, &c. Sale every afternoon
arid evening. To close out the stock
we mean to sell-at your price."VV.
J. LUKEN8 * CO.
" , 1317 Mai'ket street"
MISS JEAN BEROLAND, the noted
elocutionist of Boston, Mass.. will re
[ cite'at First Christian church Thursday
evening, April 30; at 8 o'clock.; She
will be assisted by Wheeling musica; .
talent. '
; NO GUE
5 Bed Room,
f plete for
? On Eas
|
if
Thin Dining: Room Suite of 9 plecea,
I Itemized, below, worth 148, for...,
^ Solid Oak Dining Room Table
^ worth $ 7.00
'T Six Regular $1.50 Dining Room
I {P Chalts, worth. $ 0.00
W Heavily. Carved Sideboard,
I J worth $20.00
^ Fine Dining ?Room Couch.
9 worth ,$12.00
^ Total, D piece*, worth......$48.00
A Kitchen Outfit, consisting
^ uoiree 101, 0110 ouuue j
HOUS
.
i r :
A PACKED HOUSE
Saw the Performance ot the Biui'
ness Men's Jubilee
AT- THE GRAND LAST NIGHT.
*Bi UMinmmic tna unrnnuc FMtam
were Very Fln?, and Eatltiwd the
Ltrg* AwdUmcn that Tnrned Oat~lfearly
evmrj BuIbm Uoom wu Rtpmeatnl.
Th* Combination of Coloring Artltllr.
' Epworthloa|?Bc?UsM aLarp Sim.
??T
The "Business Hen's Jubilee," given
st the Grand Opera House last night
under the auspices of- the Union Epworth
League, of Wheeling, was a success
from every point of view. The
house vyas filled to overflowing and
seats were at a premium. Though the
programme wasgather long the Interest
and enjoyment of the audience did not
lag at any stage. As queen of lfie Jubilee,
Miss Alice Walters filled her role
successfully, as,In fact,did all the young
.ladles and gentlemen who were assigned
parts. The following programme
tells the story of the entertainment:
PART L
1. March.
1 Introduction of Representatives, Alice
8. E. Bchopper and Geo. E. Stlfel, Bell
Keller. Matilda Ine.
FIRST DIVISION.
4. J. H. Kirk, art store, Edna Watklns;
Stone & Thomas, dry Roods, Jessie Graham:
Dillon, Whnat & Hancher, Jeweler*,
Hallle Trippett; Mehleman, grocer, Masln
Jones: Kemple, shoes, Llssle Marsh: C.
H. Wheeler, clothing", Addle wincher;
Nesbltt & Son*, blacksmiths, Miriam McClement;
E. If. Beldeman, wall paper,
8arah Forgey; New York Dental Association,
Frances Raid; Brealauer, hair dresser.
Bessie Donaldson; William Sohwertfeger,
saddlery, Flora Wright; Flelschmans'
Yeast, Carrie Frame; Stanton's
Book Store, Kate Wincher: Scheehle's
drug store, Lena Walton; lllcks & Hoge,
Maggie Dunning. .
5. Jason Stamp, bicycles, Rachel Alberts.
_
?. Rice, millinery, Mrs. Frank Cartwrlght.
?
7. Krnus Bros., clothing. J. L. Kinghorn;
W. J. Lukens, Jeweler, Mollle Garner:
i/ouls Bertschy, furniture, Mary
Wagnef; O'Neill, photographer, Jpnnlo
Spooner: News Publishing Co., Susie
Jones; W. A. Wilson, planing mill and
paint, Lottie Meyer; Provident Insurance
Co., Allee Huntley: John Coleman, drug?lst,
Howard Shnfer; Arnold & Co., phoographers,
Juanitn Brown: Wheeling
Bakory, Nettle Stephens; National Hotel.
Charles Sanford: Bremer & Mabls, Nellie
Fleming; W. H. Zimmerman, Charles
Evans; Harry Hlllman. Lucy Kroneager;
John Frledel, Magpie Jones; Relda
bakery, George Hercules.
THE BROWNIE8.
JL White, Handley & Foster. Richard
Cunningham; Reed Robb & Breldlng. Oliver
Olmstead; John S. Welty, Frank Cart^ oMendel
A Co.. Edna Balrd, '
(Curtain.)
PART II.
1. Explanation, Mrs. Edward Sarver.
2. Maltese Cross and Epworth Battle
Song.
THIRD DIVISION.
1 Melnhart & Stensel, Minnie Kldd: O.
Ray ha, bakenr, Clara Horner; Wheeling
Pottery Co.. Will Bye; Alexander Durst,
aiauie nrnuni, <icm a uvhs, ?w?un?
Baird; C. A. Houao, Meda Dungan; The
Hub. French Walton; Will H. CoIvIk. *Iay
Roue; Alexander & Co., Maud Jones;
Chapman ft Son?, Mollle Wlncher;
Wineher, Baylor & Co., Wllbean Walker;
Logan Drug Co., Lee Dobbs; Rolf ft Kane,
El wood Humea; Forach ft Setter, Lillian
Redall; C. C. Boston, Cora Stanley; O. A.
Beuter, Bert Plant.
4. John M. Dauer (The Racket), Will
Neabltt, Will Meek.
5. Mllllgan, Wilkin ft Co., Edith Maaer,
Martha Roae, Ctemlo Pickett.
FOURTH DIVISION.
S. Louis Handel. Nellie Henry; Charlea
F. Paull, grocer, Stella Chapman; William
SE. Patteraon, Annie ft-oaaer; Ben Exley,
Maud Chapman; C. Statler, pie ^houae,
Fred Cowl; L. V. Blond, Florence Reid;
Louis Hell, J. Elcholberger; Floto Baking
Co., George McKown; Geo. M. Snook ft
Co., Delia Metzner; J. Relaenateln, Albert
Cowan: H. W. Thurbor, Blanche Thurber:
E. B. Potta, Cora Bowers; R. E.
Schubert, Kate Cowan; Heaa, Lemmon ft
Co., Clarence Echols; H. E. Bachmann,
William Frye; Lou Swabacker, Beulah
Huntor.
7. Silk 8oap Co., Emma McNaah.
8. Roller, Insurance, Olga Roller.
FIFTH DIVISION
9. Harry King, Maud Henderaon; S. B.
MoKeu, Ivy Bowman; Roaa T. Chew,
Mamie Cowl; Charles R. Goetse, Carrie
Rcld; Henry Sonneborn, G. Jackson;-The
leader. Ella Wleard; Zarntlz Broa., Willlam
Hugtrins; George L. Durat, Charlea
Ehellng: McCoy Shoe Co.. Blnnrhe Ktxler:
SSING A
Parlor, Dining
y Payments. Goi
? C*sg
? I
j ?27.77
for 4* !) ?
r* fn ! Upholi
for
for 12.77 ' ?
for ?00 1 ^
for $27.77 Tolnl
i of ono No, 7 Stove, one Kitclu
['ah, ono Frying Pan, nil in Gra
e&he
IS&f&si
Chatyinen: LouU. Smith. Annle Dunnin*:
richnfioriein, Lutie CuW.tn.
/ , ajXTH DIVISION.
10. j. E. Prosier. Francla Wilson^ John.
KJarl. Mr. Dobbei Q. 8. Feeny, Ad* FWj *r:
JUpubenwr ai Lou. ; T*pp*o^k
Connel* fltllm MeKftnh: Stole* Boot*.
Henry Stanley: Bon Ton. PrUcflla Arm-.
Mtronjr. waterhouM Brot.. lfid*ar.Weterhouse:
George Dlng?r. E. M. Handy: 1L
V. Watkln*.,??: Morton Stout. Bertl'lnnt:
Dlnror Broi., Tom Proeter; tytelllgencor,
Alrfia Huratm; Wheeling City
Directory, W. 8. wTlTV.
PAST III.
Grand March, introducing til the characters
to the audience.
ABOUT PEOPLE.
Mnsim la t*? City WlioellHg
Polk* Abroad.
K. S. Boreman, of MIddlebourne. la In
Slje city on a business visit.
' lira. Charles L-Bobbs, of Wasblngtoii,
spent Tuesday with her altter, Mrs.
J. P. last.
E. E. Reese, a well known New Cumberland
man. was here on a business
visit yesterday.
Mr. James Fault and wife, of Wcllsburg,
were In the city yesterday, the
guests of Judas Joseph Paul).
Amonjr the guesti at the Starain yesterday
were P. S. Cole, Parkersburi. W.
JL Asptri, James McCouch, SUterxvllle;
R. E. Post. Clarksburg.
T. W. Marshall, Thomas Lindsay,
Charles Porter and 'William McCullr.
were a quartette of air men at the Windsor
yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. B. F. Blackshere, Mrs. A. W.
Pritchard and daughter, Miss Lucy, and
Mn T. F. Koen, of Mannlngtan, are In
the city on-a shopping tour.
W. W.. Hammond, Pittsburgh: B. R.
Hume, Cumberland; W. J. Alexander,
Mannlngton: J. W. Shay. Waahlngton.
r-a., were gunww uic i? mwui j day.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Rosenbaum, San
Francisco; W. S. Mayers, Fairmont; J.
IL Long, Huntington; W. C. Moonsy,
Woodsfleld, 0., registered at the MoLure
yesterday.
Guests at the Howell House yesterday
were \Y. C. Moore and wife, Miss JBJ.
Brown. Mannlngton; T. H. Marks,
Wellsburg; John Hendershut, Kenova;
Thomas D. Conaway, Fairmont
Miss Mabel Stone, eldest daughter of
Mr. J.,T. Stone, who had been visiting
her uncle, Mr. J. E. Coen, in Tennessee,
was brought home Saturday evening in
the stages of a critical Illness, and from
which ?he hits not rallied.
Judge John A. Campbell received a
telegram from Mr. David D. Johnson, of
Parkersburg, yesterday, stating that
Hon. John A. Hutchinson, was sinking
fast, and would not survive many hours.
Judge Campbell left for Parkersburg on
the 4 p. m. train yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Tappan, left yesterday
afternoon over the Pin Handle,
on their bridal ;trip. They go to New
York, Philadelphia and other eastern
cities. Returning they will be at home
in' Fairmont, where Mr. Tappan has
been making his home for some tlm*.
Captain Basil T. Bowers, of New
Martinsville, one of Weasel county's most
active Republicans, was In the city yesterday.
He is still on crutches, as a result
of his accident of several months
ago, but hopes soon to throw them aside.
He sayfc Wetzel county is aflame for McK
In ley.
Mr. John W. Leaoh, of Benwood, has
announced himself as a candidate for
the house of delegates from/Marshall
county, subject to the decision of the
Republican primaries. Mr. Leach 1b a
well known iron worker, and highly re
sported citizen, ami na* a large
friends In the party wtto are cordially
supporting him for the nomination.
LOUIS BERTSCHY,
(Formerly of Frew ft Bertschy.)
Funeral Director and Arterial Maimer,
1116 MAIN STREET. EAST SIDE
Calls by telepljfipe answered day or
night. Store telephone, C5; residence. B09.
KENNEDY F. FREW,
(Oraduate of U. S. Cohere of Embalming),
Fnneral Director and Embalmer,
With . , ALEXANDER fREW,
1117 MAIN STREET.
Telephone 89. Residence Telephone,
Aleg. Frew, U7. fe?
G. MENDEL & CO.,
1114 MAIN STREET,
MortitihnS.
Prompt Attention Day or Night
Tele. Calls?Undertaking Rooms. No. 831
G. Ed. Mendel (residence) No. 16SL R F.
HU1 (Btamm Honse). Wo. UL ooU
iumuuv
BOUTTE
; Room and K
M M
ne in. We'll Mak
jf*f
-lor 3uite of 8 pieces, as item- A f)
low, worth $50, at
tered PlecM, worth...ISO.00 for ^?
ed Outer Table i
I 3.00 for I
jimp ?nd 811k Shade,
t S.00 for 4
, 8 pleccfi, worth JM.OO for $4%
in Tnble, one Cupboard, two CI
,nite, and 25 picces of Tinware,
JKRMA
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1 V- ~
CLOTHING AND FtJRNISHINl
KRAUS
"Your Clothir
k So Differe
" ' - 'v .
Is almost the universal reir
! store. We should say it
you pay the tailor more t
-make for you. We are
Nothing but nejv things allc
ing but the latest in CLOTH
ever offered our customer
stock will convince you tt
. much.
KRAUS
clothiers, and f
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
A pair of Brownie Overalls wi
8PIT8, SK1BT8, BTO.?PARI8LAJ
Wo^n's
Ivifll
X
Bargains! Grooerl
We must close out our entire stock ol
In order to do so we offer everything, in 01
FIXTURES at cost
Come in and get the BEST GOODS
C. V. HARDING & CO..
^DR. MOT1
JEpennyroyal p
^WDR MOITH CHEMIC,
For B*l? br John Klut tyhoU?*l? Mi R?U
T T" We hare everything laid i
I V windows that yon oan se<
I A and completely you can :
kitchen Com- (J>
(J)
.
:e the Terms to Suit
1 IZS
fj K This Bedroom Suit? of 12
Itemised helow, worth $43.;
Lar^f Dresser. *Bed and Wa*
stand, worth
2 Handsomely Carved Sol
Oak Cane Chnlrs, worth...
{ nt? Handsomely Carved Solid Oi
'* / J s Rocker, worth
* *lne Soft Cotton Top Ma
, CO tresa. fancy ticks, w. rth..
* ' Solid Wori.ii Wire Cprlnj
. worth
!. S O Pnlr or Full Wclrht I'^nth
?-? Pillows and Bolster, worth
,75 Total, 1J plccct, worth...,
lairs, one Preserve Kettle. >' < <! Tea
making 36 pieces, worth 533 G,">, fo;
|\JN The Home
L 11 i j Fourteenth a;
/ ?9
nt, iark
of first cottiers to our ' .fl
was. It is the very kind1
han double our price to
aggressive style tailors.-.'
>wed on our tables. Noth- - $
ING and FURNISHINGS / i
s. Ap inspection of our - 1
tat we dp not claim too: , /
BROS.,
URNISHERS,
18t? MARKET STKSBT. I
1th every GUM Suit
* OhOAX. OOMPAWT. ' |
Wear.
Elcgut DffilgBS.
Tlw Best fabuuldl j
CaibtoallMi I p
Latest Styles 1b SMrt |
Waists.
IHKI.iiiiil and nainAaof
llUUUOBi ouu uuiuuwv
Fabrics.
'EBfytMng Fresli anff 1
Choice. j
. ParisiaiCM I
K 1 COMPANY, .
1130 Main Street** f
6C0.E. JOHNS. ^
e? Bargains! .
GROCERIES by Mav I, and:
ir store, including'STOCK andat
absolutely COST.
1306 Market Street.
I|VC| 1k?galyMl^n?ut
ii io sssMnfias
II I A especially veooauaendI
LLUl od to iMrited Ladlee.
(TAX, trni ui tab no o4k?.
11.00 p?r fcox, 8 boxa. tor M-OO.
4X> CO- ? Cleveland. Ohio.
Uilil '
rat so simple in our show J
3 at a glance how nicely ^
furnish a fonr-room flat. ^
12170
You. |
|
$31.04 f
. JM.00 for 19*7? 5
.'j 3.00 for '*3 ^
l.kJ 5-00 for o 3 V
3.50 for ^ *7") \
^S.4.C0 for 3-2)2 .
3 5,00 for 2. 5? 5
..$45.50 (or 31.04 5
r $20.14$
Furnishers,.*
nd Market St?. i

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