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Vs., aa second-class ; mattenl TSUBTHOKS NVKBSSS: Editorial Ropm* SIS.. Counting Room Sit. Thplntriliflftfirftr. IRtPltBUCAN CONVENTIONS.' Bute Nominating Conventlon?Par.ker#burg. July a. Fourth Dtstriot Congressional Conrtotlon?Parkerrburg. July 2L , Notice to Republican Clubs of W.Va. It la Important that you send the name I' of your club, together with the number of members and names of officers, to the !v secretary of the State League, at Wheellag. Immediately. By order of C. D. ELLIOTT. President JOHN W. KINDLEBERGER, Secretary. V (Republican papers please copy and Ball dozing a Candidate. The Washington Post, an Independent ' . paper, and one which cannot be accused IW BJ1 C3|ICVMM II |CUUIini|> majw ?vKlnley over any of the other candidates for the presidency, ha* a sensible and timely editorial comment on the bulldozing campaign being made against him by a few newspaper organs of his opponents In the east Since It has become certain that the St. Louis convention will declare unequivocally for sound money, much of the campaigning with reference to McKlnley's financial f views have ceased. In fact, about the only Republican paper in the entire country that Is keeping it up Is the New York Advertlsetr?the only assistance It has being the mugwump and Democratic press. The Post in Its comments on the course of the Advertiser, suggests that that paper is not doing the party the least bit of good by keeping up the war on McKlnley, now that he has distanced all competitors and Is praotlcalty certain to be nominated. "And we think." says the Post, "the New York paper can scarcely be sincere when, in the course of a Ion* article that bristles with wn|$\ friendliness co the Ohio candidate, it asi:.;; sertu that the frienda of McKlnley are (p demanding of him to apeak out and *maklng hi* position unbearable.' " s; Who are these frienda? the Poet asks. and continue*: fev What newspapers are co-operating with the Commercial-Advertiser In thts on alaught? How many Republican papers iV- , are there In the ll*t? The moat aetlve of mthe Commercial-Advertiser** coadjutors is rthe New York Evening Post. which nils its editorial columns and prints pamphlets with an sye single to the prosecution of rthe antl-McKlnley crusade. A few Democratic and one or two mugwump organ* are sealous tn the same cause. But the Republican press Is not in ir. The organn that are favorable to Mr. Reed are quite m too sanslzle to engage In damsalng the Icandidate whom, in a few week?, thejr ra-' expect to-support. The Boston Advertiser. which stand* near the front of the ^ Reed phalanx, says that "William McSi Xlnley Is a sound money man;" that by i*, his votes, speeches ar.d congressional ser?. vtces ' on the stump' during nubernatoiial' ifr. I lite Adetity nnd bin efficiency a* the friend i jl?- of a safe ftnanctal ?y?tem." The Adver\\ User also ha* some scathing remarks on f|-: "the meanness nn<l foolishness of the . clamor M>t a-golnjr by the less reputahl*' portion of the free trade press, which derounds that McKinley should violate that wj unwrlttend law ?t decorum which forbids . a probable candidate for th? presidency P to subtr.lt to r.ewspnper interviews ot B wak* statements or enter into discussions ' on the eve of the sMenililinjc of the cons' ventlon of his party. I It Is further pointed out that in Mr. I* Allison's state no Republican paper Is engaged In buII-dor.lng Mr. McKlnley. [ ? The Sioux City Journal, a staunch sup|... porter of Mr. Allison, says: "The sort of m bushwhacking warfare which, with the & help of Democratic allies, is being waged t against him, Is doing more good thdn barm. The discussion of the views of g; candidates, not one of whom was born g&Y yesterday, !? proper enough, but ba/1gertng a candidate In tha hope of propi;' vokiagan cxpreial^n that rr.ay be twlrt|?( efl against him. and abusing him for pf maintaining silence nder the pressure, !a not good polltlr*." W\ Every one of these bull-dozen* knows ; full well thnt Mcnlnley cannot be de8C;' featcd for the nomination by such tac- I Kj ties; they know that the confidence of j fc.. , bin'millions of supporter* cannot be | shaken, for the popple ore not fools and |& do not expect or a candidate that he ff. ' should submit to badgering on the eve | &V of * convention which will frame a [ policy for him. a* the candidate lo be > nominated, to carry nut If he Is elected, ff They know thnt the tlm* for such canjL dldate to speak is not the tlm^ dictated by his enemies, but after be shall have become the nominee of the convention. T/. Supposing, Inquires our contempor W~. ary. it war* pom mo Tor mo nun-a/wr* to defeat McMlnley'g nomination, ?rh.it i would In* tho r??ult? AfiiiumliiR that [ hi-1 nomination H really arwurod. what do the l>ull-dwr? hop? to accomplish? These are pertinent Inuqlrlc*. JVud'njr i a reply th* Ht. LntiUt convention will proood to nomlnatr the* man the people want and tho ffr<ut huaJnepa world will > not 1)0 disturbed hy the attempt of a handrail of his opponents to create a financial scare. It has cmfltlenco In the Republican party an<l l:i McKlnley. A Democratic contemporary head* en editorial. ??f flood Times Com inrr." That editor lnn't 1h*? only Dornoj crat whoBConts a Republican cyrlonr In the air. A nu/wfltlon from on* Dwiocriillc paper, which hnj* m?t with favorable comment, l? that Henator C/unMen would b??a RoodAt\nn to |>>od th* forlorn gubernatorial hope In tUls atat*. Walt until 1 1 you hear from the tm silver croyd on that proposition before you make any beta that the dlatlngulahed ex-senator will be taken uii. The Iuin.lnr.lloi. Ulll, The pawage of a bill placing certain Matrlctlooa on Immigration wan a congressional step in the right direction. The McCall measure, which waa the one adopted by the house, went further than the Stone bill, which had been oRcrcd as a'aubatltute, and the friend* of both t. t,. n.111. <i.i> I1ICIVUIC9 BCCIII IU u?l BMIBUBU KIIU VliU result. A similar bill It ponding In tho senate and fow doubt* aro expressed that It will pass. The proposed law amends thy Immigration and contract labor act* an# Impose* an educational qualification on all male persons between tho ogee of 16 and 60 years, requiring' that they shall be able to both read and write tho English or aome other language. The provision does .not require that any parent of a person now living In or hereafter admitted to this country shall bo exoluded because of his Inability to read and write. It also provides that it shall be unlawful for any alien who resides or retains his home in a foreign country to enter the United States tp engage in mechanical trade or manual labor whilo retaining hln homo In a forelirn country. though persons may coma for tho purpose of teaching new art* and Industries, under certain prescribed rules. Corporations aud companies are also prohibited from employing such aliens. American worklngraen are alsb protected In frontier towns from tho competition of aliens who come over the border from Canada and Mexico and return to their homes. The but, which was passed In response to a popular demand, growing out of the continued Influx of an undesirable and Illiterate class of Immigrant* and the importation of alien contract labor, will meet the public approval so far as It goes. It docs not comply with the demand for a tax on all classes ot Immigrants, but Congress did not think so extreme a measure would be wise or necessary at this time. If the house bill becomes a law It wjll tend to do awuy wiin (no principal cvii which is complained of In every quarter. It was not aimed at Intelligent, Industriouv classes of foreigners who come to the United States In good faith to make their homes here, to live up to ou^ laws and customs and to become good American citizens, as millions of their country men who are already with us have done and will do. Congress has been tardy in the matter of refusing to any longer permit the United States to be made the dumping ground for the Ignorant scum of Europe, and no class of our citizens will more heavily endorse the step which has at last been taken to put a. stop to the evil than the Intelligent, industrious and patriotic foreign born citizens who help to form the best of our population and are contributing to the advancement and prosperity of the nation. And what's the matter with Mr. Clarlcaoq? He hasn't had an Interview with himself announcing that McKlnley Is beaten for several days. It Wen't Work. President Cleveland's third terra scheme seems to be experiencing a revival, but it may occur to a prosit many people that his proposed action In the Cuban matter can scarcely be depended on to increase his popularity. The trick, comlnff "Sn the eve of the national convention. would be too transparent to deceive anybody. The time for him to act was when Congress, by a practically unanimous vote, called for him to act. If there Is any party advantage to be sained by a prompt action in the name of humanity in response to the almost universal demand from the American people. It will not no to * dllly-rtallying Democintlc Prenldert. but to the majority lit Congress, whose pure wero open to the cry from * down trodden people, and early took tho risk of being denounced for Jingoism. Mr. Cleveland may be a. shrewd politician but this Is not a year In which the people of thl? country can be misled hy demagogy. Tho 1SK blunder opened their eyes. The A. O. O. W.'s birthday celebration yesterday wan a magnificent success. The weather man wps kind and the business men who participated In the very creditable trade display have nothing to regret. The worthy organization is ??ntftied to the congratulations of the entire community. The A O. IT. W.. like other orders of it* clam, is n iif>cfi:| Institution and deserves encouragement. Marietta nnd Sisteravllle people united to make the West Virginia editor* feel that life was worth living". Here's hoping that the shadows of both thwo <*n"terprlslng cities may never grow !$? , and that th*y may continue In tho.?>nJojrment of a full measure of prosperity. It didn't take the Methodist Protestant general conference long to settle the woman question. It declared for the admission of women delegates tn s?cati ' ? And (tin* t|||? nr?iv woman *<>e* ahead conquering cwrjthins before her. The Parkeraburg Sentinel romarka that a .Democratic nomination fnr itovernor Oil* year will not be equivalent to an election and warn* It* party thit any anrt of a candidate won't do. Now, Is that a shot aimed at Br'er Watts or Br'er Smith? It look* n* If the Hon. John O, Pendleton will have the opportunity to accept or decline the pemotiratlc nomination f-?r Oonnren* In thlo district. Mr. PendHon haw the inHllffenccr"* sympathy In thin trying moment. Two Nebraska Htat**mnn l'.ryrn niv.l Roftf-wfttcr, are to Inttlct a Joint on Ihi? currency nier?lc?n on thHr oon"lltijon'.*. Poor N?nrn-ika; !t wn* oily In:: \\*?k thai rtu? w.t.i vluttvl by a ?kutrucllvc cychnr. The Detroit Trlhuno aptly j that pi?rh i.?j? u h?*n l??i* T??i ' rhf ReiJti'ill'riit party h - will meettu / i people comlntf In. ^ ^ Ft 1m Mi hi that President Clovn|an?r;? j '?tiluir> cmirm* please* Spain. That h ; why It ilont not the pwiplo of tinlTtxitM Sttilfes. Thr Wotxrl Omnty Drmooimt who lum I l?wn h'VotliiK hl? time nnil talnnt to i working up a nwond term boom f?>r ' Governor ilacf'orkb-, only to flnrl that | the eonaUtutlon ban his candidate from Highest of all in Leavening Fowe AB&OWT1 accepting a second term. Is entitled to the sympathy of his fellow mep. Hasn't J uifi govcnror u. vbcoih coioneicy or something or other lying about, with which he may testify his appreciation of the good Intent of this disinterested patriot. Wheelmen are entitled to the full enjoyment of all their rights, but they should draw a lino on "scorching" ou tho crowded streets. We aro promised a warm wave for a change. THS STATE PBE8B. No party Is, or has been, or ever will be greater than Its national convention. When a national convention makes a platform it is the official utterance of its party.?Now Dominion. The Klngwood Argus nominates . William G. Brown, Esq., of Klngwond, for Congress on the Democratic ticket in this district. Oh. snare that Jeff or Boniiui patriot from tho Hacrlfloe, Brother Brown! elect an old estc? don't take the young lumb* for tho offering!?Morgan town I'oat. Since the announcement in ?nmo of the papers in the upjier part of the stato that Hon. J. B. Floyd will be a candidate for governor, we have noticed that the Mail hat been Knapping at what it calJn the "Wheeling contingent," which its very suggestive. It was only a little I while ago that the Mall was inclined to be very fond of tho "Wheeling contlnI gent." Well, this Is a changeable World I and whoever looks fer too much perI monency Is sure to bo disappointed.? Charleston Gazette. | There fo no longer any doubt ns to the position the Democratic party will take on the money question. The freo oolnage of silver la to be the battle cry of that party in tho coming campaign Just ait fre? trario and the markets of tho world was its cry four years ago. The 111(4 we enjoy now aro churged to ! our monetary system by the Democrats, but the |>eople have learned that the Democracy don't know what to do to bring prosperity.?-Charleston Mall. ] The originators of the candidacy of Oen. C. C. Watts for governor have more to gain thereby than the Democratic party. We respectfully warn them again that ahother course would ) ...itf ttm tuirtv In tn hA ftr>rv?*fl. Th<* well-paid nnd long-time political "professional" is not calculated to I stimulate enthusiasm an a party loader I thin year. Gene-al Watts la of course a Democrat and as the nomine^ of tho party would he entirely entitled to tho support of the West Virginia Democracy. but In our candidate there ought to he morn than the bare claim upon political loyalty.?Monroe Watchman. Hot Weather Don't*. | Don't talk about the heat ' Don't look at the thermometer every | half hour. Don't, when It Is cool In tho morning, pmphecy heat at noon. | Don't lie around in a neglige. One is much cooler when properly clad. D.mtt nit about, doing nothing and I complaining of the heat. One 1m mut.1i [ cooler when one is usefully employed, j Don't spend your summer reading I trasny noveis. r.mpi?y yum icmuic ? i the perusal of really go?id books. I Don't wear dark and elaborate i dresses. A woman is never so attracI tlve looking as when clad In a simple white gown. Don't bathe too frequently; don't stay in the wat??r too long, and don't check perspiration by the uwe of too much ammontn. Don't drink Iced water In too great 'quantities nor too noon after being overheated. Don't overwork your servants in the middle of the day. Remember they np. predate a noonday rest Just as niurh as yob do and probably require it more. Don't do yriur shopping late in the afternoon when the saleswoman are Exhausted. K?*momber that after you lew they have to put their stock In order before going home. Don't think because It In hot weather that what one eats Is a matter of indifference. Children require more food In summer than at any other times, but it should t>e light and nutritious. Don't sit around a hotel piazza and gns*lp. and don't erttlclse the manners and mora la of those around you?reh..r vim. yourself, inay not be quite In vulnerable. IVm't allow your children to be publie n ulna nee* at hotel or boarding hou*e, and don't Imagine they are cute when they are In reality naughty. Don't tell your huwband'* peculiarities to ovcry newcomer: don't be nutobln. graphicnl; rem^inlwr the peopl,? you are thrown with Ore only chance acquaintanct-s. Wltrn the Omiie w?i Young. T*e KUte. "I>tnr." abe fobbed timidly (she wiui o l<rldr l. ".My pockot has been picked!" Without ;? woid (She wan a bride), bo never once demurred; put from bin pork#it took. nor even Righcd, A crl*p new bill and usked: "What wan It. rtrur, A ten or twenty? Hoe. I have It htsre!" (Siio was a bride). "It wiih but a ten!" with a soft Mush sho I . rled. Hut looked *o sweet that Joyfully he I mi Id Th< t wonty In her hand and thought he la M | timall price for her quirk kiss; (she was I tiirt bride), I Th?"i turned, but a low whisper met his or: "Pel hap*, perhaps 1 ought to tell you, dear? (She was a bride). Her voice sank lower still; she faintly ftlfjhi'd I A.v.l .....n?l,t fnl- U'/ii'/Ih nh? rniilil tin! I III to Yind. At Ik t: " 'Twos I who picked, do you ihlml?" Of coururt ho didn't mind (aho wan hlx l>rM?a). J tut thought It fluch a pretty lit t !? trick, ); 11t?I uown twenty more for In r t?* V.ck. (She was a Pride). 'J'lU-.T.n l? more Catarrh In this !<nct'( 'f tfc?* country than nil otlnr di;;put towtl and until th Jnut u> yearewttrti tppoW^ to he InfiurabU*. ! '(?; u ureal many yeutrf doct i.. pionounfed It a local dlfraHe. .. , pr pcrlla-d local rem <11':. ami I;, m-tani ly falling to cure with local tr> .timcm. pronounced it IncuruWh, Fpi? !?? has proven cfttnrrh (o ho a constitutional rilwatte, and tHvrofara requires eonwUttill< nitI treatment. 1 IiiII'k Catarrh Cure, nmnufa? -lured l y ! '. J. Clu/ny ,t Compwiy, Toledo, Ohio, la tin; only con* stUiiflttnarctirc on tho market. It la t.-<* It'ii internally Jn dares from ton di-?;m to a teaspoon Jul. II acta directly <in th?? hlnnd and mucous surface* "f th? nyNtern. They ofrer one hundred dollara for any case It falls to cure. Mend for clii iilnrrt and testimonials. Address, p. j. chknkv ^ ?:u., to I cay, v. I Bold by L?J Utfi;lata, ?5c? * :r.?Latest U.S.Gov't Report. Baking Powder ELY PURE A fiMlH QpAHBEL In (lie Democratic Party ftt Clurkibarg. , Col. Vanoa m * Fighter* Clarksburg, W. Va., telegram, to the Pittsburgh Poet: Thin city is greatly excited over a qpvere whipping which cx-Muyor John C. Vance lnflloted upon a young man named W. C. Morrison yesterday afternoon, and which, It is feared, will ultimately end In a tragedy. Two years ago, when John O. Pendleton, of Wheeling, wan a candidate for 'the congressional reuomlnatlon on the Democratic ticket in this district, Mrs. Mary Goff advanced $4,300 for the purchase of the Clarksburg News, which at the tlmo was flglitlng Pendleton bitterly. Silas 13. Davis, then private secretary of Pendloton, was plaoud at the head of tho paper, and gave his individual notes for that amount of the purchase money. Since that time he ham continued to run the paper In his own name. Recently Mrs. Goff, tiring of the investment. offered to donute a part of the suin if Davis would ralne and pay over the balance. Davis sent Morrison to Washington, where Mr#. Goff resided, and after an Interview, during which she claims she gave him certain valuable papers, among thein being power of attorney for Colonel Vance to act for her, he returned here, but failed to deliver the papers. Yesterday Davis sold out the plant for cash to Sllaii Lanirtitt. and Immcdi ately after left the city. leaving Morrison to deliver the poods. Colonel Vanoe, hearing of the transaction, notified Mm. Goff. when he in turn was notified by her of the paper* she had given Morrison. Mating Morrison on the street, he was told to "call at the office." which he did, and after beating Morrison until he wan a wreck he proceeded to clean out the place In tlie mont approved style, leaving but little of any value unbroken. What the end will bo no one can anticipate, though it In thought that it Is but the beginning of a bitter feud. Colonel Vance has served afc mayor of this city for several terms, and has all bis life been prominent In Democratic politics throughout the state. Morrison is a young man, born and reared in the interior of the county. Davis Is a relative of ex-President A. C. Davis, of the dcfunct local business college. A Political Sorrow. Washington Star. 'Mongftt Ironies that v.t> murt scan. This one for woe In ?eldom tnstchcd; The office that will seek the man No'er has u salary attached. Official C'crtlflcalM. Quit* custodlet Ipsos custodcs?in other wordtt, "Who shall Inspect the inspectors?" or "Who shall certify the certifiers?" 1m a question which often suggests Itself, but does not always find an adequate answer. In the loow> system of testimonializing and certifying, to which so many public announcement* bear frequent testimony. it is often difficult to determine what is the degree of authority to whioh such documents arc entitled, and what is the status or drgioe of credit due to their signatories. The ApollJnorls Company have solved this question for "Apenta," which they ore now introducing as the best natural aperient water, by availing themselves of the endorsement of the highest medical authorities, and by placing the springs of this natural Hungarian water under the absolute control of the Royal Hungarian Chemical Institute (Ministry of Agriculture Ruda Pest. The Lancet, to which this water has been submitted, especially recommends it as having "a constant composition,*' go that "definite quantittos give definite results." The British Medical Journal describes It as "agreeable to the palate," and "exceptionally efficacious." The Medical Press and Circular recognises that It Is "unique amongst wtrong purgative waters*" and considers It "specially marked out for the treatment of gouty patients." The Hospital endorses It as "the finest amongst natural aperient waters known." Oth*r leading medical papers are equally warm In their discriminating approval of the constancy nnd ?OldprfcJ^f this aperient water, the Went liondon Medical Journal pointing out that "the use of natural aperient water Is now bo general that a mineral water of constant strength Is quite a necessity." For the public this has hitherto been a great desideratum, which Is now adequately filled, so that the Edinburgh Medical Journal Is thoroughly juatlil?ii In saying that " 'Apenta* water requires only to be known to be extensively prescribed." A n.-w departure, which Is already highly appreciated. In lhat of the now quarter-bottle which the Ajv>Ulnnrl* Company In Introducing, price 10 <*nts, which bring* the water within the reiirh of the most economical, and In a convenient form for the bachelor, the tourist and the traveller. Have Your Life By using "The New Ureal South American Kidney Cure." This new remedy Ik a great surprise on account of Its exceeding promptness in relieving pain In the Kidneys, MUdrier snd Hack lu nwilv! or female. It relieves retention, of water, ami pafn In parsing It almost Immediately. Have yourselves by using this marvelous cure. Its use will prevent fatal consciences in almost all cMta by Its great alterative i ii.... k-n|<l ku t? t> nil'l ll<-uii(if* |>w?rii'. nuiu "J it. ti. List. Druggist. Wheeling. W. Va. IlNlncrtl Ralrt lei (Htmvi, Kkiimi. nj? Ac. rouiit of Crrnimi ltn|i(UI Rrrthrtii. r?>r thin occanlpn Ihv; Tinltlmorc & Ohio lull road Company will ???II round trip tlckotH fRom !^iiUliiior*? and nil point* on It* Unci* west nf llnltlmoro, for nil trains May 17. 21 and valid for roturn trip thirty dtay# from date of ?a!e, at ono.Kln(rlo faro for the round trip. Th?? Unltlmotv Nr Ohio maintain? a douhln dally norvlce of through vhucIluilod cxprcHS trains to Chicago. with Pullman cars attnoh^d, nuiklnic direct c'Mintrtlon for through trains to Ottawa. For full Information apply to neatvHt r..iHiir.( io ft Ohio ticket npont. WILD With Eczema I wn? n #uff?r?r for Hfht ?mm? from Koterna. I?ut li'/w am utlrHy ciir??d i'li* j*?Iiiip i?( my h?nd? *< >? po*i-r?(< Mid ludljr inflninwl; little white blUtrre npiwurixt. thru would |h??I ??IT, leaving a rinl, mipfncf, whlrli would bum Ilk* fir*i"i<! Iirli. Onto*Iwddeof th.? upper |'?rt of NiY It tub*. flient I I'd liloUhM would ?|>|?i*?r. and um ?i?m? an I became wn?m. the burohw *n\J Uch? In* wuiild \? (fin. Night aft#r night I would lla wain and e?rat.h, and aluvwt go wild. I go! ? h??? of CtfTH uiu. mid nh^uinoi ijcnctjn* uenoLTRNT, nnd Bflrr I* tow Mp|?llr?ll0B? I nallrml th?* mlnMMftwl InflMrniimUon Ul?l?p??riblfore / ftu'f u*olonfboxtS'r? WM n*lj) il<f? n/Zcvma left. I run tr?*thfiilly MMrtthat $2.00 worth uf Cvticuiu IIilmhw*1.* c?r*<l n??. JOHN 1). I'ORTK.lltUbarf, >r?ti?r rex TtMTMMT. ? Wirw b*Uu ??lh Conu m ||nAr,/?nlM MpllrtUnn* ol Cmmo* >? ? ? m*?t >. tn<l mildimn PfCiHico?4 Hiimi.va? i wftnimnf rurr*. 4 IM.I thfMffhml worlJ. Wi*. Ctmcro. tY.i IV i nd I' l%ttl API* ( NM f'ltRP.t M* Uu? ?u f luikutuUy C?? Ltitmk." miiltf fn* BH01S8-AiaXANDBB. $ A Pretty Foot! $ d) In ? pretty ihoe litjlrlfbt, but m ^ do you know bow to Mleol pilr ? T" We do. Tbere'i that 93.OO A W I-iditi' Chocolalt KbOfl, ibat b?i ^ Isoowortbolitflotoll?eiueino M ? needle too?in a oil thet?Uce? W ^ they'Mjuit u neet ? titer ?? x A b?-it you're prpMIIf BUM- m we'll take cere of tbet If you II ^ Mai We here tbo-Mimttiln* ^ 0 In button, but tnoet ledlee prclur & ^ the we !??? to you. ^ ^ lfi well Jo remember tbei we & r]#ui end thine ell iboei free. i * | ALEXANDER * P Shoe Seller, A ^ 1049 Main Street. ^ POUNDEY WOHK-B. FISHER. StarFoundrj MANUFACTURER OF All Classes and Description Mini We mike a specialty of HIGH GF2FCDB CASTINGS! A Biptritsceft Pattern Makers Employed. B. FISHER. WHEELING, W. VA. BISYCLS8. "CYM^flEADQllARTERS. A Full Line of High DlfVPI PQ and Medium Grado DiOIuLElU. Whitmao, Hondo, n ^ ' i ^ , TvfaM, Nile, ^11WA Cycloe, HwMgr :9 Rival and Princess CYCLES . In itock at all time*. Our line o( Cttlists' Saodries and SuppUtt U the mo?; complete in tho dir. embraclDf everything required by wheelmen. ?We hare added a repair department ind are prepared te mre the best attention to all wheela left with us for repair*. Wm.Mwertter. 1146 MAIN STREET. BHOBS-L, V. BLOND. I ^ OUR* ? Wtt & liWDlfiS L.V.BLOND,tiS PHOTOGRAPHY. T H. H1GGINS, [PtotoogGn 42 Twelfth Street. ' MYlliS" AUT SI'UdIo. ~ Photographs. I 215t 7WH1N STREET. NEW ADVERTISEMENT*. ANTED?BOX 8AWYKHH. ;>,? ACME? BOX CO. UlOITRENTriBVERALGOOD I v'i JL: Jri U?o Oily Bank Jfulldlair. ioyur** the City Bank of Wheeling mit) "VfOTICE?TO ALL TO WiiuM J r \j'AJ concern: All pernios ure hvr. . n' tilled not to noil ?ny roo<1k to D. w \j ' tin In the mime of the ilrm of .\t.4r'in L McKown: that the undoralrtied w. Vi<~, bo r?Hj>oinlble for any bill# contr.i'fJ and made nftw tliie 20th day of Ma H, UJH'KOWK. Imported Vinegars. ciiousi; t: HL*ck? KLI.'n TARRAGONK AN1> MALT Yl.Ntuils, arilooie frown Jtorrlw to-.luy. ALBERT STOLZB 4 CO. /J' U17 M?fk?l Sir,,.. Summer Law SchooU TVJiST VIRGISIA BSIVEBSITI. Six StiMfc*. eomtnmtog Jqq? 28, 16^. y0l circultryJclrcM T>KEY JOHNSON, Doan. myKrmr Morgan town, w \, -.nriaxTVi axnisw: Just Received. GERMAN ZWEIBACH cl AKD PHILADELPHIA WATER THIN, I ' Th# Nfew Cracker. M -X H. F. BBHRBN S. ^ r" Improved Round ^ ) 0 U AmericanWasblng Machine j ^ Huetyel's Grocery House, msj *?w | ^^I^PIIONEOI " | Expcrimtflfal and Model Work for Irate, Electric sad Mechanic*! Juitrameot Co, - HASOfACTVI^KM or (mlrnmcnts and Small Miolilnnrj ;ok rraar ttacnirnov, wyl9 4oftlfrnUlifl?'ldHt..Pllt*lmrgh, 1'a. I I : fimMB SETS! 5?^KS J I IJ O! Uje flneir ouaJity. In rttM or urn. u waaied. New nock at low pricei 1 fur the tmest quality. EW1NG BROS., m.".\6S, I ? >* ? ******* I MOZART PARK. "1 Gonzalez Comic Opera Co. ' .^VERY EVENING. MAT Dlfe ? Weduatday, Saturday and Saodaj. "Admission free.. J^OLA WINE For Bicyclists, Athletes and that I Tired Foeling Generally. . . ? Wholesale and Retail at COSTZB'S, I my9 Twelfth and Market Btrerta I -j^TOTlCE. There Win be a meeting of the stocte- I holders Of'the Calf Creek OU and GM Company held at the Marshall Count* Hank, Moundaville, W. Va., on'Thursday! Juno 11, Iffltf, at 1 o'clock p. m., for tha purpose of organizing under the charter, adopting by-laws, ?l?scting a board of directors ana'any other buslaess that ma>( nropcrly come before the meeting. y GEORGE L. DURST. H. W. HUNTER. T. U ROOERSON, | G. W. GRIMES, M. F. COX, my21-f Corporators. When all the tramps in tcrwn Are willing to work for bread; When all the anxious politicians Go satisfied to bed; When Ohio river water I All turns to milk,-a la cow, Then other machines will bo as good I As the Williams Typewriter Is now. The Intelligencer uses and recommend* the Williams. COPP St DBUORQ? (liatllll. AOENT8. Dueber Bicycles CM Hade by the Dueber Watch Company. fl Runs like a watch. Adjustable handle bars. Three-point bearings. Only one .'grade, that the highest. PH.IOH 888. Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co. 1 Call and egaialne before buying. ap:? I J^AW A2T0 I COLLECTION OFFICES I J. Ellwood Hughes & Co., 711Drax?U BalldlnR. PhilrielphU, P*. I Collection. (tlven prompt ?nd ?<forouj Mention, cl?Sm? o? 5?lr? to I fully lnvefltlitatwl. H.fer to any ot th. lmnks or prominent business mea o| Wheeling/ W. Va. Correspondence aollclted. iESL. J^^Paris Green. J^^London Purple. J^^Insect Powders. AT ? List's Drag Store, 1010 Main St ?rr. \***of Dralo P^rA?adaoh^Wak*Ma?*?. Lo.t Vitality, ntebtlj n>lMton?, JJg; Kct.?ewrrjifmwulia.-"!"'- ft'""*','"?. Bold lu Wheeling, W. Vs., by }f**" DrupCo* corner Main and lenth ?tre?tS. . de34-ttn?w JOSEPH J.S7WTH. 140?? MAUKKT STItKET, Practical Shoemaker. Shoo* hMlly repaired nnd hall soled winiu waif UAU'SOMNM AND ll'.'KUNQt i?KGOKf> fi5c. .-i:\vivn ooe. 1 r.m Murkft stmt. Cor. fimruowtU. EAGLE BRAND.... Prize Package Peanuts. Itatontho market. Wrlielo UNiox jiu.iINtJ CO , Norfolk, Va., <?T PflCM aud ?*Uf pit'*. Falhlocllon Riiaranuwd. "P*7.. flHilUial MPg. Co. CSfl m?un(di'lurfj tl??. brst oii the mar km. l.inw.TruMM.Surimien. _ Cnn? bfooto. AW*J>pUftUrr> t?H.?>Ttts'?uK<WfonulllM. J. w. THOMPSON, btC'Y. 40} Sauui?ii M , Mir lot, rnu? ? ?