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ALWAYS HHMBMBSl
Always ;
That a circle has no endi
your pawonage with this
share in making your trad
no end to bur line of
Ms, 1# ill
We are tireless in pleasini
of our spring stock.
SPRING ?YL1
Many novelties- and exclus
season. We claim, and c
leading Children's Clothie
stock, no such low prices
Let hs fit out your little h
you how much money we
IS"An enormous line of
M.Gutm;
Beta!) Department Ha!
A Bw Ball OatfH wHh each Boy*'
POLITICAL.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
Pursuant to tho Instructions of the
state Republican central committee, and
the call of the national Republican committee,
a state convention of delegated
representative* of the Republican party
of West Virginia will bo held at the city
of CUrksburg. In the county .orHartlson.
on Thursday. the 14th day of May. 1IM, at
12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of electing
four d<4egates?at-targ*' and four alternatet-at-large
to represent thU state In
the national Republican convention, to be
held In the dty of fit. Louis. Missouri,
or. the ltth day of June. 189*.
It to recommended that tho basis of
representation Id said state convention
be cn* vote for each 100 vote*, and fraction
thereof greater than fifty, cast for
President Benjamin 11 arrl*9nin ISM.
It is recommended that e*ch county
choose as many delegates to said convention
as will emiol the number of votes
It will b* entitled to ait therein; and tbat
the chairman of each Republican county
committee call a convention Ut hla county,
or other proper meeting, to ?hooee dele*
gatee to the atatf. convention; In which
county conventions or meeUAg* cooperation
of all peraona la invited who
parpooe hereafter to act wlUrfae Republican
party In ita rfforta to prpmote protectton
to American worktngmen. American
agriculture and American Industrie*,
a ?y?tem of reciprocity. food government
in the atate and nation, and a return of
prwixrlljr. WJiL u 0 DATT80K.
GEO. W. AlM&OS*
Secretary.
To County Chairman.. : -2
Pleaae make proper arranwmenta to
have your county repreaented in the atate
convention of Hay 14,
The atato convention to nominate the
atate ticket, preatdeotial electora, etc..
will be held at Parkeraburg on WedneaHav
Jnlv 99 a* 11 n'otnrk ml *n.. At which
the UuKi of "representation will be one I
vote for each 100 -votes. atyi . fraction
thereof greater than fifty, cut for your
Republican nominee (for Congress In lot
The formal call will be luiiw later.
You 'will not overlook taktnc measure*
to have your county properly represented
In your senatorial district, judicial district
and congressional district conventions,
and also your qsleaate district convention.
If your county be in a delegate
district. Very truly yours.
Wit IL O. DAWSON.
Chairman.
(COtinjy Republican papers ^egfce copy.)
first District Republican Convention,
By the authority vested In me as chairman
of the congressional executive commute*
of the First congressional district
of West Virginia, and In pursuance of the
wishes of the committee. 1 hereby call a
convention of the detdkated *attre*entativea
oi the Republican part>^61 the said
district to meet In the city of'Cl&rksburg.
in the county of Harrinon. on Wednesday,
the t|th day of May, 1KB. at 1 oYlock p. m..
tor the purpose of electing two debates
and two alternates to represent the district
In the nstional Republican convention.
to be held In St. Louis. Mo* on the
I'.rh day of June. 189$..
The basis of representation In.Bald district
convention will be the ssine as at
thfl *tat? convention, one voy.-fur each
MO vot?in. and fraction thcr*f3 greater
than flfly. cast for President Sftnjamln
Iiarrlfclto in UK.
!? la recommended that each county
choose as many delegate* to said convention
as will mual the number of votes
]t wr.t be entitled to cast therein, ami
that thic delegates be chosen in th* usual
\*?y, by county convention, primary elects.
r. or other proper meeting, Alt persons
who purpoao to act with the Iteupi.iican
l arty in future are invited to nantcipate
5a v.ch meetings. M. C. RICHARDS,
Chairman.
TRU8TBB*8 BALE.
v
pRL'STEVS BALE.
tir virtue of a deed of trust made by
Mary U iloskinAon and Oeorge W. Hoskinann.
h#r hu.?bsnd. to the undersigned
tr dated the lift day of January,
A D. uoi. and recorded in the derfc'e off"
of the County Court of Mar*ha 11
County. W?rt Virginia. In deed of trust
book No. I-), pages 101 and 101. 1 will on
SATtfBIMY. THE fTH DAY OF MAY.
A D. IS*.
beginning ?t 10 o'clock a* m.. of nti) laat
Ri-ntiontfi data, at the premises tot* ??ld.
??!] a. public auction to the highest and
t-.r l iilrj^r. the following described real
that t* to any. Lot number ninet??/i
<15; ua piatnl by fl. it. McMechen in
t ' Town of McMechen. in the conmy o*
lUrnhalJ, In the atat/f of Wwt Virginia.
8*id lot firry f*?t on McMechen
t^riue and extend* back one htindre?l and
tw? r.ry-i:if?c> CJ3) f*et and eleven (11)
to a twivwfoot alUiy. and I* the
, : pert? Krantrd and conveyed to
r Hairy H UOfMnMn by dated
ei 4. lk?. ar;?! rocoraed In Mid
' Hire In deed book No. y>, folio 2tt.
laid lot number nineteen <>?> will be
a subject to the proVliltn contained in
>- i ctrii'jr. that no unfinished
or ?>ut-hou*e I* to be built on
within twenty <.*'? feet of the
? >n which the ??lo front a.
RitMB<?r haUv one-third of tho pur?
' money, or an much more a? I ??# pur*
iay elect* In cash. and the balance
, i installments* payable in ?.r?e ;?"<i
! * r<npectlvely. from th* d*i -?f
' pur lha ?-r giving for each or the
0 i Installment* ?r the ptirchaaa
n< i. > lilr note, with good personal Recu>
'taring interest from the dnit of
?') i the title to the property mm to
' r?tAlned ?m security for thu payment of
4 V nijtes until paid In fun, or thf? pay'
oi Kit id notes to i<? iscurod by deed
t on 'hf owner'y aold
(JKOHUti II. CAl.DWKLU
?y* Trustee.
ihove ???1** has been adjourned until
May as, 1IW, >?t i'? wreck
1 ' , nt in? Mfo?- pla'-r.
OKOHfSK B. CAf?DWKI#U |
i
f'"CTURBfl AND AUT MAXJCWAL.
MULLETS."
t'ork?t Kodak*. Film# and t
cnqml lino of J'hotograpbla
Huppllot.
NlCOLL'S RHT' STORE,
'? ! MAHK^T STHKET.
PUBLIC HA I.E.
LaBell? Iron Works Stock
AT PUBLIC SALE,
. 14.i Ahar/** of t!i?? ><u>ltul *tock ttt
''1 ' uliellt froi? Work* will b? off?trr(| ?.t
1 I'W MALK oho d) o'clork i>. n?.
Moy 15, from tho front <luor of tfj?
' '.i National Lank, Alrltfgvport, Ohio.
my?
*-M. POTMAN J? 00.
Remember
ng. So it should be with
house. We ivill do our
e ENDLESS,, Thero is
; you And endless in praise
I FOR BOYS!
ive designs for this spring
ian prove that we aro the
ir of Wheeling, No such
for fine goods 'anywhere,
oy and big boy and show
can save you.
Hot Weather Clothing.
an&Co.,
In and Twelfth Streets.
of Child's Suit.
THE HUM or HOHOB.
VMdacarthf Grand Ud|t of West Vir|inU
In Bftiton.
The grand lodge of West Virginia of
the Shield of tionor opened its k?slons
at the Odd Fellows' hall yesterday
morning, and will continue to-day and
probably to-morrow. The grand lodjce
waa calle<l 10 order at 10 o'clock, the following
officers In charge of affairs;
Senior Grand Master Dr. D. H. TaylorGrand
Master J. A; Wood. Junior Grand
Master August R. Knoke. Grand Secretary
H. J. Folber, Grand Treasurer
Louis Schau. Gtfend Chaplain L. C.
Hess. Grand Conductor Charles Holderman.
Grand Inside Guard Henry Cunningham,
Grand Outside Guard O. W.
Humphrey.
The day waa taken up In recelrlng reports
of the various standing committees
and dlsouaalng the growth and condition
of the order In the state, whida
was gratifying to the delegates present.
The officers for the oomlng year will be
elected and standing committers will N>
ppoinica io-aay. nje.juwuw.inir ucipgates
lire present at the session: Ztne
lodge, R Dunn. W. H. Schocneon. L. E.
Miller: Fort Henry, L. H. Doyle. William
Blon, Louis Deagle. William Fadl?-y;
Kurwka. lodge. Frank Criawell and
W. L. Cooey; Wheeling Iodic? tfo. 7,
Charles Holderman and W. F. Meyer.
Representatives f?>in out of town are:
T. W. Willi*, or upalton; C. M. Folk, of
Sheppardstown, and Dr. T. C. Stiller, of
am City.
THE BKBLEH8 AQAIV.
They an In Trouble fir Their
IIoun to Women of Bad Fame?ThlrfyflvaOuM.
Last evening:, lnjjfeitlco R H. Gllletpy's
court. Wllllap&T. and Elisabeth
Emblem, owners of "East End property,
were before the squire, charged with
renting their houses to persons to be run
as houses of 111 fame. There were fifteen
cases agalnM Elisabeth Emblem,
and twenty against William T. Emblem.
Both furnished bond for their
appearance at the term of. the criminal
court. It lookMI though the prosecuting
attorney In determined to break
up the East End colony of housi* of bad
fame.
In Squire Glltespy'e ojurt yesterday
Kljrt# Myers. K. A. Moore and ?*eter
Hell were up charged with the Illegal
?aJt? of oleomargarine The arrmts w?*r?
made at the ln?tai|rof C. W. Rlx*y,
ummr mr fi"*i*iuwvi miv mn niaiv
law regarding the we of oleo. which
provided imonjf other thing* that the
stair must be pink in color. They gave
bond fur their appearance before the
squlr*.- next Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'clock, when they will 4>e given a hearing.
AMUSEMENTS.
AHrartlona, !? ?! unit' l*rr?rttt? nl lite
Tbf?lr? and Oilirr Itraorft.
The Pittsburgh Dispatch mentions
the fact that the celebrated (irrat
Western band of that city Is to give
two sacred concert* here next Hunday
afternoon and evening. In tb?* following
manner: "The (Irc&t Western LancT
will go to Wheeling next Sunday to
give two of their finest concerts at
Mogart Park and the Wheellngltes may
expect to hear the finest music they
over heard from any musical-organl?xatlon.
The full band of thirty-five
musicians will so down dressed In their
brand new uniforms and unless all In-,
dlcatlons fall, fully a. thousand Pittsburgh's
will accompany them Just to
give them a "send off." From th?
above extract we may well expect
something extra fine and If a thousand
people come from Pltlseburgh along
with those who will come from Washington
and other points, an Immense
crowd of strangefri will be here. The
tickets for the Incline will he placed
on sale at House's music store to-morrow
morning and those deslmg to avoid
the rush at the ticket office would d>?
well to secure them at once. The round
trip on the. Incline will be twenty-five
cents, whlw Include:* admission?and
a reserved Rat.
"Olrorte Olrorta*' was presented at the
Grand Opera House last night by the
Gonxalex Opera Company in the best
possible manner and one which deserved
a packed house. The company
11:? rtrellent one and If the lovers
of comic opT? In Whittling knew whnt
lh?y uren? mining *very nlgbt i?y nut
seeing thi* Gonxatex company, the
Oram) would not be large enough to
hold the rrowd*. Ml!! uonxalejc and
Mr. .Smith are two operatic artlsta of
the highest type anil are support* d by a
very rl?.'v?r ?..; t This* aft-rVtioon "Prln 'ei?f?
of Tr.*ba?.on?le" will h* presents
ami to-night "fJohcmlan.Ulrr wlil be
the bill; both ahould attract laic
houses. _
The Volnnleer I'll num.
Mart la's Ferry will lie wrjl reprewnied
fit the eonventl'ii > ' the Vol uptcer
Firomrui's Assoclntlon at Lctonla,
to-day ??r. A. it. Ong, flhief of the
Martln> Ferry department/goes on the
early train on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh
til 1.1 wlilt.other deleThe
Martin'! Ferry delegate*
who went Inst night on the Wheeling St
Lake Krlo were I>r. I. W. Dnirnh. C,
I!. Carpenter. ' Hliam II. Joy. WlUia ;
I*J. Thotn.-i n. i" Montgomery. Joseph
Ahal. '/l ink and William Brinvn ami
Kiita V, Lftnh.
MIt. V. P. DA VIM, h prominent llv?
eryrnun and merchant of Ooshen, Va,,
has this to pay on the inibjtct <?r rhcu*
matlnm: "I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's I'nin Halm for
rhotinmtl!tn. an i know from personal
experience thiit It will do'all thiit In
claimed for It. A ynr ago thin nprlng
my brother waa laid up In total with Inflammatory
rheurnatlRtu and suffered
Intensely. The flrwt application of
Chamberlain's Pain Halm eaiojd the
pain and the use of nno bottlo completely
cured him.
Dr. Mile*' Tain 1'ill* stop lioadach*
IT IS ASSURED.
.
The Saturday Half Holiday Moots
with Approval .
,
IN THE WHOLESALE. DISTRICT.
Over Thirty Mgiiatnrre wero ObtnlneU
Ycilcrdiy to Ute Petition to tho freight
Agents* Aieoclatlon that tlie Freight
Stations Clote at I p. m. During the
Three Mummmer Monthe-The Petition
will he CIrenlatetl To-day.
An mentioned In the Intelligencer
yesterday morning- there la a movement
on foot looking to the suspension of
business In the wholesale district on
Saturday afternoon during the three
hot months, June, July and August.
Thcpetltlon to the freight agents' association.
asking that the freight stations
be closed for the receipt of freight on
Saturday afternoon, waa circulated on
Main street yesterday afteriioon. With
one or two exceptions every business
firm approached gladly signed tho petition
and agreement. It is now seen
that the anticipated opposition of some
strength to the half holiday movement
will not materialize. The committee
will circulate the petition again to-day,
a number of Arms having not been seen
yesterday. It Is also proposed that the
banks shall be Included In the closing
at 1 p. m.. and the bankers will be asked
to co-operate with the wholesalers today.
If possible, too, the offices of
manufacturing establishments will be
included.
The petition and agreement and tho
signatures obtained yesterday; follow:
"We, wholesale merchants, bankers j
and manufacturers, hereby petition the
railroad companies doing business in
Wheeling, through the FnMght Agents'
Association, that they close tho freight
stations for the receipt of freight. eVery
Raturday during the months of June,
July and August, at I o'clock, p. m.
"We. wholesale merchants, banker*
and manufacturers, do hereby -ugree to
close our places of business at 1 p. m..
every Saturday, during tho months of
June. July and August. Providing
there is not a sufficient response to this
ntTiwvmnt in tiinkn ll ntnMInn)il*. ivo
agree to Attend a mefttlmr of the chamber
of com*?rce to pass a resolution requesting
the Freight Agents' Association
to close the freight.stations at the
hour of 1 p. m. on Saturdays, during
June. July and August. When the rail'roads
take this action It will force a
Suspension of business on Saturday afternoon
. (Signed)."
Hulllhen Quarrler, president chamber
of comomrce of Wheeling; Dvtaplaln
Dry Goods Company. ZarnJts Bros. A
Company. Booth A Dlgby, Ott Brothers
A Company. K. Buckmnn ft.,Company,
Miller A Stein. H. P. MtGregor A Company.
Vance Shoe Company. C. H.
Abetrromble A Company. Muhn A
Brand fans. Nicholas Schuls. Greer A
La In ir. W. H. Chapman A Sons, T. T.
Hutchlsson A Company. Hicks A Hogg.
Auc t ion Sal
STOCK TO BE
Sale ever^ day, afternoon
seats for ladies.
W.J.LUKE
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HOUS
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Bremer & Mabls Company, Harper &
Brother, McCoy Shoe Company. Wheeling
UrtiK Company, leenberg & Bachmfcn,
Wheeling: Hat Company, Waterhouae
brothers, W. II. Truachel & Company,
Horkhulmer Brothers, S. M. Rice
A Company, George W. Johnson's Sons,
W. A. Wilson & Bon. C. Steinmets,
Wlnchor, Baylor & Company, J. T.
Goodwin & Company.
. Even should the fyrther response to
the petition nn?1 agreement be rather
limited, there ure already sufficient
signatures to Induce the Freight
Agents' Association to take the deilred
action. Hut the gentlemen circulating
the pat?er are desirous of iiecurlng the.
signature of every business hotme in
the wholesale district, together with
those of the hanks and manufacturing
establishments. As soon as the petition
has been circulated throughout the
wholesale district it will be presented
to the Freight Agents' Association,
which will probably hold a special
mnuMni, ..!/? nMlnr.
It appears that the half holiday In already
assured. The twelve hundred or
fifteen hundred employee who will be
benefitted by the move will appreciate
the once-a-week afternoon for recreation,
and no employer will lose by
granting It
DIED.
O'BRIEN-On Monday, May U, 1896, at 2
/ o'clock p. m., CATHERINE, daughter
of Thomaa and Kate O'Brien, In the
,39th year of her age.
funeral from the family residence, corner
Eoff and Thirteenth street!, Wednesday
morning at 8:30 o'clock. Requiem
mats at 8L Joseph's Cathedral. Interment
at Mt. Calvary. No flowers.
LIST?At her home. 944 Main street. Monday,
May Uth, at 10 p. m., In the 70th
. year of her age, ANN ELIZABETH,
wife of D. C. List, sr.
Funeral Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
Interment private.
RYAN?Monday, May 11, 1S96, at 1 o'clock
p. m., PATRICK RYAN, aged 46 years.
Funeral from his late residence 24?* Jacob
street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Requiem
mass wlll.be celebrated at 8t.
Joseph's cathedral at 9 o'clock this
morning. Interment at Mt Calvary
cemetery. Friends of the family are
Invited to attend.
bArUM?At Carnegie. Pa., on Monday,
May 11. 1896, at 3:20 p. m., JOHN H.
barum.
Service* at St. Luke's church, Wednesday,
May 13. at 9 a. m. Friends of the family
respectfulfy Invited to attend. Interment
at#Crafton, P.. C., 8. ft St. L Ry.
KLUO?On Tuesday nft?moon. May 12.
2S96. at 2 o'clock. JOSEPH KLUO, aged
74 years, S months and G days.
Funeral notice to-morrow.
LOUIS BERTSCHY,
(Formerly of Frtw & Bertachr.)
Fnnrral Director aid Arterial Embalmer,
S11C MAIN STREET. BA8T SIDE.
Calls br telephone answered day or
night 8tore telephone, 635; reetdence, 80S.
G. MENDEL & CO.,
1114 MAIN STREET,
t^. ortitihnS.
\ Prompt Attention Day or Night
Tele. Calls?Undertaking Rooms. No. SSI
G. Ed. Mendel (residence) No. 1C21. R. P.
HUl (Stainm HoueeK No. 12*- ocll
I Diamonds, Watches.
e Jewelry, Silverware,
Cut Glass, Lamps, etc*
CLOSED OUT.
and evening. Reserved
:ns&co.,
5T STREET.
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5RADE CARP!
ID LAY CAB:
>t Added to t|j
HAVE JUS
ire Tapestry Carpet, Hi
ol Extra Super ingrain
Heavy Onion Carpet, HI
iton Matting, Good Colo
am Lace Curtains, 48 iac
ur Credi
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BROS.
?- - -
seeing is ueiiering!
Comparing a Victory for Us!
Our "Ready-to-Wear Clothing is not to bo judged by
other housos?it is distinctive, shapely, sets to the
curves, hangs well and RETAINS ITS SHAPE;'is
trimmed in superior style, of best material; is con:
scientiously made by competent and skilled tailors.
Andu(orPrie?,?o?rlin? $10, $12 Jld $15.
KRAUS BROS., J
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE. 1319 MARKET STREET.
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Women's Wear.
jjjfe Elegant Designs,
"par The Best Workmanship. "
_ - ttJleh Combination Salts
Latest Styles in Shirt
fflL Thinnest and Daintiest
Eierything Fresh and
AHn Parisian Cloak
1100 Mo in Qiroaf
iiuv itiuiii v/1? wvm
GEO. E. JOHNS.
i tX cXr p etJ
)FFER OF ? |
ET AND MATTING. f
PETS FREE OF CHARGE. |
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le Price of the Carpet. ? .
rr ppppix/pn i
J 1 A IJUV/UI V 1?1W ^
lie and Laid, . . ()?C Per $
Carpet, Hade and Laid, 58C Per Wi- %
ade and Laid, . . 49C Per W&- \
iring, 40 yards to the roll, . $4,00 5 \
hes side, 3i yards long, for . $1.37 f
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