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WTOKM8. i H FULL QUARTS, $100 3 IX qUART3,-$S.OO H 1 NONE SO PURE . \ efl none so aooD : E .'' HSII _ -- * y -M 111* we pureat ana dcw o ye?r ii?u O old irhbkcy is America to-day. fefl H SEND FOR IT .. I TRY IT. fcj 1/3 AH fcoordtraor over freight pre- r US paid. Catalogue* aent tree. U #3 JOS. FLEMING & SON, ; El Wholesale and Retail Drnnl*t*i Jhj 41 j Market St., PltuburiV Pa. jj Sold br JOHN KI.ARI. cor. Sixteenth and Market atreeta, Wheeling. W. Va. 5 It's pure- S 6 that's sure 6 5 Klein's X 9 Silver Age ? 6 Rye Whiskey, a O Uted In Ho?pltali, recommended by Q X 'bebeat pluMciana and void by all T Q dealers at ti.50 Per Quart. Q 6 MAX KLEIN, <$ A DISTILLER and (\ ; T IMPORTER. T 9 ALLEOHENY, PA. O II" 1111 W 111 A Healthy J Mi \YG5ow* v/J Skin smooth, m & complexion good, r* Kg. ^ limbs stronff, Wood f rich?always the r case whin you use A Brown's Iron Bit- k MMUKJE m/ rmmty n/*?dt4 ?bnuM . Mm A (>om? l?oH BrtTTO. k % m mmA uken u directed, M ?lll mm m ">L<*rv,:',"?? ? a m Una, Chin. ?n<! Fever, I and Liver Trou- a bio, Hdtoutnen. PemA n M B Rll ln8rmltle?.lmp?re?k>o<l. M M M *?? WMkmK. NCTTOH mmm ^M|Tr'>*ok Hcadichc myga i, , ' STAT10NEBY, BOOKS, ETC. BS '552. 1396. Ms Wo have the largest and ?* best selections of. ' E Wall Paper gj and g Room Mouldings j; . Krer nhown in tbHoUj-. A ipecial \r line of 'ftrtpa* in Cnirb'n*tlon?" jig cnrrled only bf u?. A full Una of Varnished Tiles.... IS for bath room* am) kUcbeat Onr k priee* nlw?jr? rirr. lowmt. o*-K\tlm?te? in Itecorallajr ft ran. g Work guaranteed. B JOS.GRAVES'SON g No. 26 Twelfth Street. Late PobUcatioDs ReceiYed !' TOM GROOAN, by r. Hopklnaon F Smith. 1- niu.. clo., UluHiritt.Mi by H C. H. Ralnhart $1 50 THE SUPPLY at HAINT AOATHA'S. by Elizabeth Stuurt Phelp?. Itiuxtrnt??t. 12 rno.. do. 100 PIRATE COLD, by K. J. Sttmson (J. 8.. of Dale). I?? mo.. clo 1 22 CAMEOS, by Marie C.irtlli, 12 mo.. ir clo 1 00 THE PARSON F PROXY. by Kate W. Hamilton. K im?. clo... 125 A SINGULAR LIFE, by Elisabeth Stuurt Phelpn. IS mo, clo 1 25 ADAM JOHNSTONE'S SON. tor P. Marlon Crawford. 12 mo., clo., Ill lifttmt*d 1 80 AN UNSATISFACTORY J .OVER, by the "Duehtss." 16 mo.. p*p#r M AH hooka aold at discount from publish era' price*. New liook* dally. STANTON'SbookstoL. 1901 Market 8trret. eonBTiNr. flnnne ui uniniu uuuuu. Base Balls. Boning Cloves, Base Ball Bats, Striking Bags, Base Ball Milts, .Swinging Clubs, Base Ball Masks, Dumb Bells, etc,, Croquet, CAKLE'BBOS'., M?rk?s?,?.,. B~*' a815 BaLl ooqdh. rttOQUKT. IIAMMOCKH. KOOT UAIJ.H. . All of the Popular Mneaxliu-a aiifl Pa|M<n il|* to ante, Hnokt and Klatlonnry. Onfpol Hymn* In tii?>ir variant Htyl** C. H. QUI7Vfk3Y. KM Market Htreet PICTURES AND A FIT MATHRIAl.. **JJULLBTB." Poeket Kodak*. Film* and a ceneral Una of Pliotoeraphlo Suppllaf. NICOLL'S 7TRT STORE. 12 41 MAHKKT STHEKT. rvsvr THE BEsr quamty" oh V/ OTATIONKKV, TIIK KIN I XT INK AND TUB NKATUiT TYI'K Ut U?i III Uu toaf "* UI %Kc%iu!i3!mcch job orvic* ONE LONG SLIDE. Toward Rulu wns Mode by the Democratic Tinkers. THE MEANING OF THE REACTION So One Can Look Over the Cleveland lUcord and Doubt a ICrpnbllcaii Swrrp In (lie Fall?Free Trade Nonsense that Drought on Long Deprceelou. W&tihingtou correspondence New York Press: In the phenomenal sweep of sentiment for protection which i? manifesting itself throughout the country, not much study is needed to account for recent developments In the Republican state conventions. It in simply an pverwhelmlng evidence of a determination on tho port of the people to bring about btler conditions in the United Hates than have attained during: the past three years uuder JDcmocrutlc rule. To acoomplish this purpose, a great majority of voters have decreed the removal of all Democrats trom administrative office and the repeal of tho in- > iqultoua legislation which has levied a sectional tariff on the country and destroyed American industries. There are thousands and thousands of recent converts to Republicanism who have ] joined the regular party men and whose sole idea is to get a restoration of confidence that will furnish employment to capital and labor and give wages in proportion to necessities not based on free trade standards.. , , The ( Irvrlmid HrcorU. Since the election of Orovr Cleveland to the presidency, there have been witnessed a dally excess of expenditures over receipts, a constant withdrawal of gold from the rcmi ve. a depreciation of | American securities and an Increase In the national debt that is as shameful us i It is Inexcusable. These humiliating condition* have recurred until the administration in power Is recognized to be I [ a failure ?o stupendous that Its contln- I uatlon would tx* a political crime. Repeated efforts have been made in 1 I all the reign of Democratic incompeten- ' cy to convince the workingmeu that the I ' I low tariff In operation would in time j ! | procure u nuuu ui (jiwin-mj, wuv ? need* more proof than mere statements to show that wages are not below the average of the McKlnley bill, and that buslm-ss in the wool Industry and other branches of manufacture is not practically ruined. The free trade liar has put In time over night and labored with all his zeal by day, to convince starving mechanic?, bunkrupt merchants ami timid capitalists that the bugaboo of high protection having been exercised by the l)emoI rrats. all would progress finely. But ' the figures issued by the treasury de- j part men t and the monthly statement of 1 I trade have t?>ld a story of Imports-ex- 1 ceedlng exports that would have creat- ' ed despair were It not for the hope of j Republican reversal. | To this end has every mind been ' ! turning, and whenever the opportunity I has offered In Industrial strongholds, 1 Republican candidates have been elect- 1 ed as legislators. The house of repre. sntatlves which followed the Fiftythird Congress rolled up a majority that 1 swept almost the entire Democratic organisation out of existence and made ' the senate so close that a combination * . of Democrats and Populists was neces- ] sary to hold the Republicans In a ml- J nority. This barrier and the executive j nre all that He between the people and j I their desire to get laws which will give thm relief In the adoption of well-tried 1 Republican principles. Nothing can withstand the onward rush of those ' whose sufTerlngs and losses have taught ! them bitter lessons In political economy ! and the folly of following false prophets. Tlukrrlug wltU Fluancr. The history of the Cleveland administration and of Democratic rulo has been one of continued shrinkage in value*. af paralysis in enterprise. of destruction In contldence and of shattered credits. It is not forgotten that in answer to th?* early appeals for relief sent up kv a frightened community, Cleveland. with brutal cynicism, declared that the conutry needed an "object lesson.^'* Public alarm only Increased I with every plunge Cleveland mode into I the iiea of troubles which he and his I party had created, and in the false Issues invented by him to obscure his dickers, deals and scandals, one seeks lu vain for a single redeeming feature. In such circumstance* it is not strango that there should be a universal cry for a return to the good old times by the lection of those whose names are Identified with prosperity. The Democratlo party was placed In absolute control of the government on j the Issue of a tariff for revenue only. h and at a time when pros]>erity was at Its x height and when employment was most ^ remunerative. Why the people voted for n change is one of the mysteries of f politic*, but they did so vote, and they jfot the change they wanted?to their t cost. Following the rxtra session which r Cleveland called for the repeal of the f Shermnn act, to which the distress then v manifesting Itself wan ascribed, came \ the regular Congress and a message from the President devoted almost inclusively to arguments for tralfT reform. p Hearings to repr.<oen tat Ives of the great Industries of the country wi re denied. The ways and means committee, under ' the leadership of Mr. Wilson, of West * Virginia, a theorist unacquainted with c til* conditions of the country, considered c a bill in secret, against which protests r came to Washington by every win? and mall. The**; protests were Ignored, although th**y found eloquent expression In tho Republican press. A Democratic r promise was made that when the WIN p son bill had passed the house hearings t would be Riven in the senate finance ^ commit tee, but the?#? were violated, a Only favored senator* got star chamber hearings, and for seven months after the Wilson bin had been scourged through the house under the Iron-tipped r (lull of Hf>caker Crisp, it lingered to the ? Invitation of scandals which eventually j compelled an Investigation of Jobbery ,| in sugar stock. There was dickering on nil sides to got a compromise by concessions to t make the Democratic "reform" bill pos- c slble of jmssoge. One measure nuc- I ceeded another with such frequency n that they hud to be Identified by num- li bers. and the original house bill was n finally i:\vallawed up by rhe addition of e $70,000,000 of revenue-producing sohed- ' ulen to a measure which only reached 1 conference through a surrender to the s sugar trust. IndusttU'n or the south were protert??d carefully, and the labor Trn "MOTHERS' j M FRIEND" Bborten* labor, losaeos Dftln. h??>. Ilmlnlnbeii danger to life of both mother and chllil und lotive* her In condition nioro favorablo to apeedy recovory. Mronuor afi?r than before confinement" #?y* a prominent midwife Jh the Ik*m( remedy FOR RISING BREAST ! Known and worth tho nrlee for that alone. ""d recommended by mldwlvea and ail ladle* whohnve ujied It. Beware of mihutltiiten nnd Imitations. J j Makes' Ghild-Birth Easy.! Sent by Kxprriw or mall on receipt ot PfjgJ; , 11.00 r*r Mil*. I look "TO MOTIlfJlW" ? mailed free,cootalnln* voluntary tcallmonuia. BBAOFIELO BKBDUTOB CO., ITUflTi. QL i OLD BT ALL DRBOOiaT*. 6 \ and capital of the rent of the country wore nubjoeted to the most vicious discrimination. One I<oiik n?prrulou. Not only was the tariff legislation of the Democrat* a failure, but their attempt lit financial tinkering utlll furIher exhibited the imbecility which k? ??n?H inherent in the party. They wpllt wide asunder in the beginning on gold bonds and free coinnge. the administration insisting ujxjii having It* way. and the silver men In dictating a policy of rule or ruin. When the prenent He* publican house of ropresen tat Ives wan called to act by the President in behalf of a be frayed people, and when it passed; bills to repair the shortcomings of tho! Wilton-Gorman tariff bill, the Demo rruuc auniiniBinunui inrow us immencn iiRulnst the enactment of any measure which did not retire the greenbacks In obedience to Cleveland's dictation. The greenback scare wo* creuted to cover the scandal of bond deals, for which a Republican President would have been Impeached by a Democratic house.. Whore there la so much material for criticism. Including hostility to . pensioners and a cowardly foreign pulley that brgan with hauling down the American flag In Hawaii and closed with a refusal to extend aid to the struggling patriots In Cuba, even the bravery of the Venezuelan Incident does not re? Hev*j the sombre record. It Is not Htrange that Republican success should l>e assured so well In the coming presidential campaign that the Individuality of leading candidates is ignored. THE PATENT OFFICE. Itrport of tile Commissioner? lutrreallng Statistics. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 4.?The report of commissioner of patents. John S. Seymour, for the year ending December SI, 1XD5. was submitted to Congress to-day. It shows that aggregate receipts from all sources during the year were $1,24$,247; expenditures. 11.084.496. In every year since 1861 there has been been a surplus over all expenditures. During the year there were Issued 21.99# patents und designs, exelusive of flfty-nlne re-Issues, and Inclusive of 2.049 Issued to foreigners, 1.829 trade marks and three prints registered and 46.S99 apllcatlons filed for [intents, trade marks, labels, prints, etc. There were also 12.315 patents wmon expired and 3,482 patents forft-IteU for non-payment of final fees. The four for?ign countries leading In the number of patents issued theJr. citizens by this fovernment are England 614; Germany >19; Canada 303 and France 202. In the I'nltcd States the states loading in the number of patents issued to their citi?.?nH are New York 3.539; Pennsylvania 2.270; Illinois 1.876; Massachusetts 1.793, and Ohio 1.423. In proportion to population, however. Connecticut heads the list with one to every 927 people, rho commissioner recommends the enactment into law of certain rules made a year ago to prevent more than ilx months delay by applicants in paying further attention to their cases already acted on by the office and allowing exatnlners to reject claims where there have been intentional delays in :-aaes pending more than five years. The mules are, he says, open to attack in. the courts. He also recommends the enactment of the hill amending the patent laws prepared by the patent committee of the American Bar Association and Introduced in Congress. Concerning the publication of the Office Gazette, which has in recent years Involved many complications and last pear resulted in a congressional injulry, the commissioner decries the lack jf a modern process In Its production. the entire worn not t>eing aone oy one firm .and urges In event of a change, being Inadvisable that a contract be authorized for printing It for a longer term than one year. In view of the expensive plant required. Reports have been received from thirty-two foreign countries. Including r?reat Britain. Germany, Kupsla and France, and the total number of patents Issued by these governments frumtho, earliest period up to December-31 last > aggregate 981.961 against 562.458 so far issued by th** United States. Prior to 1870 the United States Issued nearly half as many patents as all forflicn nations combined. Since 1870 It has Issued more than half as many as all foreign nations combined. During the past twenty-flve years twenty-five Inventor* have been granted more than 100 patents each, the ivhole number granted to them within . thnt period being 4.SM. In these "wlzinl" Thomas A. Edison of Orange. N. I., leads with 711; KHhu Thompson, the lertrlrlan. coming next. The greatest activity of the year was ihown In detail invention and accessores to bicycles and In machines and irocesjo's for muklng the parts. Pneunatic tires have attracted the Inventor. >ecaust? of their almost universal use >n sulkies as well as bicycles. Itlg Diamond Itobbcry. PITTSBURGH. May 4.-It has Just >een made public that the big Jewelry ? *r n nAki,H T."* I ft )> nfantiA van robbed at noon on April 2, of 17,000 vorth of diamonds. Three men and a woman were conrerned In the robbery, which in prolounced by the police one of the slickest hefts ever worked In the country. Two tray* containing: llfty-slx dlanond rings were stolen, the cheapest In* valued at $100. So far the police uive been unable to secure a clue to the hleves. Kltlrrt by a Ckw-Ih. Iperlal Dispatch to the IntelllRimeer. HUNTINGTON, W. Va., May 4.-C. Sstep. a bows at McCann'a brick yard, k-na killed to-day by the caving In of a lay bank. C. O. Hammond and Uobrt Dulntid were seriously Injured but lot fatally. Drmormtln Committer. PHILADELPHIA, May 4.?Chairnan Harrity has callcd a meeting of the ub-commlttee of the Democratic nalonal committee to be held at th?? hotel Velilngton. Chicago, on Friday, May fi, t 12 o'clock. Plot Ag*lii?t llir King. LONDON, May 4.?-A special dispatch roolved here from Naples says It Is t utored there that an anarchist lot ngalnst King Humbert ban been Iscovercd. FOIt every quarter !n a man's pocket here are a dozen uvea; and to use each we In such a way as to derive the roatest benftt Is n question every one fiust solve for himself. We believe, lowevrr, that no better use could be nude of one of these quarters than to xchange it for a bottle of Chamber* aln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea temedy, a mcdlcln" that every family hould be provided with. "01VE me a liver regulator and I can pgulate the world," said a senlus. The Iriiiri-iut linnilKil him II liuttlf) of L)l?. V it I'd I.lttlf* Burly Ktsors. the fnmoua Ittlo pill* Logan * Co.. Whtttflllift. W. 'u.. II. V. Peabody. Henwood and Uowlo t Co., Hrldgi'porU O. 5 When Unlijr ?u nick, wo ber OmIoHju Wheo ?hn vm a ClilM, nIhi cried for Out aria. When slis Itrcnmn MUm, ?tlie oluaf t?i Ciwtoria. Whrti hail (.lilUlrpii.nlit* tfuvatUrm CMtoria, QUICK In rfTect, liotilM and leave* no car. liumlng, *cuiy nklu eruption* lulckly cured l>y DoWltt'n Witch Har.el Have. Applied to burn*, ncoldi, old lore*, It In magical In effect. Ahvny* urea piles. Logan A Co.. Whittling, W. fa.. U. F. I'tabody, Urn wood, and lowl* & Co., Bridgeport. O. 8 lleadach* cured In to mlnutox i,y ]?r Alios Pain Pill*. "one cent a doe#.'* At ruggUt*. GET WELL & STAY WELL Get Rid of What Makes You Sick and stay RiJ oflt It is so slmpl" to be well that wo wonder why there on? so many sick people. Come to think about It, must be because they don't know what's inadu them s(ck. IC tliuy knew that, tliey could prevent It, and when they were sick. In some rases cure themselves. Hut, so long as we ilon't take more care of our health, no ahall always be more or less slek. The simple rulea of health arei Keep clean, take exercise, eat good food,scour out your Htomach. Thin last means: Don't tolerate Indigestion. Cure It with tibaker Digestive Cordial. A stomach full of undigested, fermented, putrid food is the unhealthily t thing you can think of. Half our discuses and troubles come from the poisons of undigested food. More than half of them cuuld be cured with Hbaker Digestive Cordial. More tfian half, because often when we think we an- sick we are only weak, and a course of nourishing food digested without effort by the stomach (with the aid "of Shaker Digestive Cordial) would reMivlgorate the whole system and make us well. A ten cent bottle will prove It. At druggists. Write for Interesting bonk to The Shakers, 30-Reado street, New York. MARTIN'S FERRY. Ifapsattd Mlahupi In ttia Thriving City Arroaa the ltlvcr. Tho Martin's Ferry ofllco of the Wheeling Dally IntMllgencer has been removed to Fourth street, three doors above the I postoflice. This 1* in .the rear of the | of lice occupied by George W. Reece: Subscription* will be received here for the Inteellgeneer. lK?th daily and weekly and subscribers inlpxln? their papers should notify tho ajcent. Orders will be received and promptly filled for job printing and news Items will be thankfully received. Itememhor the place, three doors above the postolllce. Forty m?>n desire positions on the police force, including three of the pres#-ntiofllInln and several men who fought tho tiood Government ticket. Only four nollr^men are to be appointed. These will be retomijiended by Mayor liarr to-night, If gounell meet*. Yesterday afternoon Kboneser ,,Ed wards. u? employe at the I?aughiirf tin plate works, had u gash cut on his right leg by a bunch of hot tin plate. The'Cut la four Inches long and will lay Edwards up at least a week. Yesterdny Frank Zlnk returned fnom Steubenvllle, whero he was called on Saturday by the serious illness of his kU4/?. ; Mis.4 Mamie, well known In Martin's fififr H ry. Mrs. Jesse Selby went up yesterdi)^ t || I'ast Department Commander of Pennsylvania,. Thomas G. Sample, of Allegheny, will address Thoburn Post 72. G. A. II.. Tuesday, May 12. The meeting: will be an open one. Mrs. Ixmls flwartx. of Anderson. Ind.. formerly of Martin's Ferry, la visiting relatives and friends here. She attended the funeral of a friend at Barncsville last week. Miss Sarah J. Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher, and Thomas Fox, well known young people, were married at Cumberland. Md.. Sunday evening-. Martin's Ferry people were sorry to hoar of WhcllntT* defeat at Washington yesterday. The result was bulletined at the branch office of the Intelligencer. Blxty-flve dollars was rea!ix?d at the festival given by Hiawatha council. Souvenirs will bo given to those who took part. At'a nlcbtlftjfr of city council last night, tho charge tot a water motor for sixteen hours was fixed at 17 50, and for ten hours *:> w. William Rogers has resigned his porltion at Xenia and has taken hi* old place at the Cleveland & Pittsburgh depot. To-morrow Harry Woodcock leaves for New York to Join the Bryant stuck company, with which he will travel. A largo number of Martin's Ferry Republicans will attend the congressional convention at Dellalre to-day. Mrs. John l|ukill was able to sit up yes teruay. inc itruni>eci ?u? iwuib / w ?*cedent. Llndley Bracken, of Coleralti, wan In town yesterday. The big gusher la on hla farm. A lorgo number of Martin's Ferry Mutton a visited their brethren In Bellalre last nlKlft. Mrs. 8. T. Inglobrlght returned last night from a vlalt In Steubenvllle. Mn W. P. Manning, of Ji-fTerson atreet, la vory Hlrk-With typhoid fever. XV. B. 11611, the Wayside Inn man, At Colcrulu, wan, down yesterday. When Satnrt Needs assistance It may be beat to render It promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best nnd mnst simple and gentle remedy la the Syrup of Figs. manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company. PONT invito disappointment by experlmenttng. Depend upon One Minute Cough Cure and you have Immediate relief. It cures croup. Tho only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results. Logan & Co., Wheeling. W. Vn., B. F. feabody, Ben wood, and Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport. (X EDUCATIONAL. ?o;. MRS. HART S SCHOOL ?fou? Young Ladies ? a r?u:i CU 114 V>l IIIC4I C11. 1.110 Mnrkftt St.. Wli?Kllus. Fifth annual nwsloti bcflfns ?C6nDAY, PKI'TKSIltKU 111, 1HH.T ThUMbcrfl bfiCtti I cnraplct* and tboroiifh cdnention In fJtucrtCAf. EKGUhH. MaTHRMATIO*. K.filt.Iail Cl.AMIt*, LATIN. Mot>r*V |,AMitlAOMlO(l KUh'KTTOV Spvrlal o icrcd Rraduatm from CtlbUoxchooi* an t other* who ?l*?iro to purtuo Ulior lirnmih-^ of atudr. MiMbod* mi l roiiT'o of iiintrorttlon compare favoraolr wltb Ui? b*a( aoralnarlo* Id the connirr. Itora received In tho rrlmarjr and Interm?d|. to (iffpartmenta. For circulars or Interview, apply to iius. u. stkvkvs ii akt, 1'rliifitml. Wheeling. U'- Va. FINANCIAL. G.LAMH.Prc* JOS! BBYBOLD, CasMtr. J. A. JEFFEUSON. AHU't. Cuahler. BANK OF WHEELING. CAriT.VL uoo.ooo, p.*in in. WHEELING. W. VA. DIUECTOHB. AM?n Brock. Joseph F. TnulL Janir* Cummin*. Henry Ulrbrrson. A. Hm> iiiunii, Joxoph Beybold, cilbhon Lamb Intercut pal.! oil ?p?*cinl deposlK 1 1 miim iiruTta oil l-MglaiiU. Iroinnd nnd Bioiland. JOHEVM BUY MOLD. myll n?*liicr. JJANK OF THE Olilu VALLEY. CAPITAL ? 15175.OOO. WILLIAM A I RETT. President WILLIAM it BIMPBON ...Vlro PrMldnnt DrnftH on England. Jrulitnd, France and Germany. ; DIRECTORS. i "J'VP A' iBOtt, Mortimer Pollock, Ti A. Miller, Wlllhnn It. Wmpaon, i * ii Atkinson, John IC. I!ot*ford, JuIIun Pollock. Vlrt?r llnscnburK, , 11. Fot b???. -J*1.. J A MILLER. Cnnhlop. JjI AVIIA.>UW ^CAPITAL. S3QO.OOQ. J. N. VAN^B President JOHN KUHW .....Vloo I'tcnldent nutnc'Tonn J. N. Vnnr#.. il.-orv-o K. Htlfrl. V ?i' William Kllliiiiliuin. Johh Frcwr. Join. I.. Uiokcy, John Wntrrhounr, W. I: Htonc, W. II. Frank. I PrnflH litnupU on Knglntid. Ireland, Boot* land and all point* In rcuropo. L. a BANDS. Caahltr. ?HlELIflG,WEI "It bring* Into alllancs the tbroo bluett ] The Nation's Sboi All the Uarest Living Featur 2 Biggest Her AND THE BEST 1 THE ONLY TRAINED Pair of Want Hippopotami, Troinen Monster Polar Hoar, Flock of < Una, Jiljer Antelopo. We J 100 Chariot Dens, ; 4 RINGS, 2 STAGES i300 CHHMPK ALL THE SDPERBES' EMINENT AMUSEMENT C THE NEW WOIV nfr:. m A REAL ROYAL J/ Big Performing CHILDREN'S TOP Double Stn Of Potential Splendors at THE ONLY GRI Tiro Ferfornuiieei D?Uj, at S and Admission to All, 50c. Ch Branch Ticket Office s Market street. Wheeling.1 WHIP For Mlo by chab. k. wgraa. t?rui;ti ? "A FAIR FACE MAY GAIN." MARRY A PU SAP' j&UGINE K %J PfOACHES+'BEC MnKI.E0|S0N0USi 25 ci nuim explosive i all deali aMMn WSSlbK g?^c**rftttTC mJikkikLr^Mlaixa. ffs^g For Balo by John KUrt Wholesale and ^ HOUSKFUHNISHINO QOOD3. ewett's 'Refrigerators! nu'Jt<>vi:i> roil 180J. UnanrpM*N*tl fur llrnnmny ami finish SIESBITT & BRO., 1312 M/UiKET STREET. |>ori/riiY NETTINU In sizes one. two. tlireo, four, flvo and nix foot width*. Any quantity you want. ?t0. W JOHVMIVS SONS, 1210 Main Street nnunoiHTa. KREASOLE! A powerful ilisi fectant (or sewers, vaults and closets. Also Pl.'RI:andCRUDE Carbolic Acid, Copperas anJ other disinfectants. ^LIST'S, 1010 MAIN STREET. mSDE^AY i low cnterprlna Jn t&e world."?.v. Reevrdtr. bTheips no Other, cs and Greateit Arti'sti on Earth. ds of Elephants rRAINED ON EARTH. SEA LIONS AND SEAIS. ilnm Tiro-IIornod Sitmitrn Rhinoceros, Mrlrlies, African Kland, Ethiopian [are Thom All, >'o On# Elsa Has. Aquariums ana Cars. , MID-AIR/TRIUMPHS. DNS. lOO KCTS. [ RAGES OF ALL TIME, CONTESTS OF ALL NATIONS. IAN IN MOTLEY. VPANESE CIRCUS. I Animal Arenal SY-TURY^i CIRCUS. 3et iParades! u 10 a. m., Wsdnssday, May 6. : AT ONE COMING 8p.m. Doort Open an Honr Eirllcr. ildren Umier 9 Tears, Half Price. it F. W. Baumer & Co.'s. 1310 Wednesday. 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