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State Nominating Convention?raricers
I I burs. July 21'.
Fourth District Congressional Convention?Parkersburg,
Notice to Republican Clubs of W. Vs.
It 1* Important that you sond tho namo
of your club, together with the number of
members and names of officers. to tho
secretary of tho State League, at Wheeling,
By order of C. D. ELLIOTT,
JOHN W. KINDLEBERGER.
(Republican papers plcaso copy and
W.Va. Republican National Delegation.
O. W. O. HARDMAN.
Middlebourne, Tyler County.
P. M. REYNOLDS. '
Keyser, Mineral County.
J. E. DANA.
Charleston. Kanuwha County.
* ? II WHITE.
Parkersburs. Wood County.
I. H. DUVAU
Wollsburic. Brooke County*.
F. M. THOMAS.
Terra Alta, Preston County.
JOHN L. HURST,
Guckhunnon. Upshur County.
Point Pleasant. Mason County,
First Dtatrtct Drirjntn.
r: \ HENRY SCHMULHACH.
Wheeling:. Ohio County.
V. W. BOUGHXEK.
Clarksburg. Harrison County,
W. P. CRUMP.
} Weston. Lewis County*
J W. STUCK.
.West Union. DorJdrldK** County,
Second District Drlrgatr*.
W. N. LINCH.
MartlnRbur?. Berkeley Coun?r?
THOMAS H. GOULD.
Parsons, Tucker County.
E. A. BILL1NG8LEA.
Fairmont. Marlon County*
W. H. WKNTZ.
phlllpj'l, Harbour County.
THtrd UUUict Urlrsnln.
THOMAS E. HOUSTON,
* Elk Horn. McDowell County;
J. It. CRAWFORD.
Sewell. J-'ayette County,
PETER SI U.MAN.
Charleston. Kanawha County.
Union. Monroe County.
Fourth DUtrli t Delegate**
Huntington. Cal>eU County.
C. V. RATH BONE.
Elisabeth, Wirt County.
Parkersburg, Wood County,
E. J. THOMAS.
CottagevlUe. Jackson County,
Coottftcd (feat* In the St. Lovti* Convention.
The "land of cotton, cinnamon seed and
Mndy bottom" Is always fruitful In
t* fnr seats in a national conven
tlon. Left to itself it will produce more
to the square inch of electoral vote than
oil other localities put together. They
have not been having much Republican
party down that way. and the little
there was of it wan kept alive by the
bopf of the enjoyment of federal office.
Stimulated by outside Inlluencea the
south l.i capable of great things In this
line; and this time it has been stimulated
beyond all precedent. It was part
of the combine plan of campaign to sei
lip a contest whore it could not get a
delegate, and Us energl-s In this behulf
have been productive enough to satisfy
the moat exacting taskmaster.
Mr. Mauley, uccretnry of the ttepubllcan
national commlttce and one of the
I most'talented of the combine, reports
tlutt the rlKh.s of IL6 delegates ar-? Involve!
in contests. Of these all but
24 arc from the south. Some of the
(southern, con! ts represent a struggle
among McKinley m?n. From these the
combine can profit nothing. It will Rain
poihlng anyhow, for McKlnJcy can bo
dominated although every antl-McKlnley
man In th- batch be :;":ited.
If tiie fight had been dorse the result
might easily have been determined by
the re.iult of the contest*. Fortunately
the Republican party escapes the inlsJ
fortune and the shame of having Its
presidential ticket made In that way,
"Where th" Republican party Is a living
quality th" Republican people have .teen
to the ln< intrstlhle election of enough
delngat" t'< iriHitv mo jiomimiwon w
th'- man th y want.
Tbi:' n!'..< t.i, !'.- it reasonably ?ur*
that the nar, -n.il co:nmlttee will not h<
controlled hy the combine. Th?? national
rommlttto- uinkeH tip and pr?v
F"nt:< to the convention the roll of t 1ioh?
Htippofl I i . have the prima facte rlgh
to vnta. Iri Ifi'C tli" roll ivaa mnrlo uj
?!,'ain :t 31arr l. <iii. and It took the'coin
mitt"* "ti credential.1' some time ami ;
Arood <.f Jali'ir to purg? that roll li
the Intej. >t of fair play.
After nil v.-a** reason to thin!
that i?oin* of tho.'i* men held h'?;iIh t
v hlch th- y v i imt entitled, hnl Ilf" I
f-hort, It w.im deal r<*<| t?i wind tip the lain
in' <*, and not enough w r<> left on t
flmnKe th I' Milt. The name men ni
hafll-d again. Their invented content
will avail Hi in nothing against the wl
of the It' publican parly.
The N*. iv York Morning Advertise
looking forward to the #1. Ia?uIp cot
ventlon, Lays; "The p al laauv la gold t
silver." No, the real Issue Is whether
the Republican party or Mr. Piatt is to
run the candldato before and after taking
the nomination. The Advertiser Is
something: of a Plattltudlnous newspaper.
Mr. Piatt may compel Mr. Warren
Miller to drop back In the United States
senate with n dull thud that will make
Mr. Piatt too iveary to do any more good
In \hla world.
Political BomIiiii It Mil Mail.
Old party managers have something
to learn from the men who are at the
head of the Prohibition party and who
run Its machine. In the national committee
a majority decldcd to propose n
certain man for temporary chairman of
the convention. The minority ?ave notice
that It would present another man
and was told by Chairman Dickie that
this would not he allowed.
The choice of the majority of the com
mlttee wan propbaod in the convention,
anil then the minority came to tho front
with Its man. Chairman Pickle ruled
the nomination out of order ami held
further that as the convention was not
yet organized no at>pen)f from hla decision
could bo entertained. If any other
chairman of the national committee
of any other party has ever undertaken
to boss a convention In this highhanded
fashion we do not know where
to And tha record of the performance.
The chairman of a committee, acting
under instructions of his committee may '
propose, but It is always the right of the i
convention to make Its own selection I
for temporary a a well as for permanent I
We recall distinctly the jictlon of the
Republican national convention which I
met In Chicago In 1SS4. The national I
committee proposed for temporary 1
chairman Gcnoral Powell Clayton, of
Arkansas. John It. Lynch, the able col- i
ored Mlsslsslpplan, was put up against
him and elected. It did not occur to the
chairman of the national committee to
act himself up as the boss of that con- I
We doubt whether It has ever occurred I
to any other chairman to attempt the .
thlntc that Chairman Dickie was permitted
to do In the Prohibition convention.
It would be dinicult to Imagine a '
ranker exhibition of disreputable boss
The McKlnley campaign hat Is very
likely to be of the Napoleonic typo.
The drift 1* that way and It Is hard to
mop back the tide.
Down to Ileal Politic*.
The Prohibition party was formed In
the hope of bringing tn<? country to tne
prohibition Idea and filling tho olliees
with person* of that way of thinking.
Th* national convention of that party,
now assembled in Pittsburgh, semns to
have forgotten what the party was
formed for. Instead of considering
ways and means to con vert the country
to prohibition it Is engaged In & handto-hand
conlllct over the money question.
One side Is determined to commit the
party to the fre*? coinage of silver, and
the other side Is determined that the
party shall not be committed t? that
fallacy. On cach side all th* nrt? of
politicians an* resorted to. Ugly thlnps
are said, bad motives Imputed, underholts
taken JUBt jis though it wore a convention
of one of the old. bad parties.
There la a plentiful lack of the sweetness
and light that might be looked for
in a gathering of the cherubim and th*
seraphim of the land we love so well.
The cold-water boys have got rl^ht
down to practical politics and are making
If the mon*y question be the paramount
Issue, what Is the defeated fide
going to do??stay in and swallow what
It does not want? or bolt and set up another
Presently Piatt will bo asking the outraged
Republican:? of his state to have
the kindness to allow him to breathe.
He Is In danger of being smothered by
the Indignation of the poopltt he has
trifled with and humiliated.
To Mnpplaut Ihr Trolley.
The Metropolitan Traction Company,
the corporation which controls nearly
*u - in Mow Ynrlt.
.Ill UIC OUI
thinks It has found In comprised air
the best motlvo power for It* purpoM*.
and It Is understood that part of it.* wyatem
will bo operated by compresacd air
motors by June 1.
Thin company u.vs cables and trolleys.
In which It has n large amount or
money Invested, but th- dMre for uorae thlnff
still better has led It to make a
large outlay In experiment ; with compressed
air. which It believes to be th<*
most economical form of motlvo power.
Each cur will carry a .*?toei cylinder in
which the air will be atored. An xhausted
cylinder can be refilled In-half a
minute. A cur no propelled is expccico
to reach u speed of twenty ml I en an
A year ago the Intelligencer gave the
views of an engineer who had worked on
th- snme line of thought and was of the
opinion that compressed air would furnish
the motive power for light railway
service at least. The calde and the trolley
have been useful public servants,
but If the compressed air motor he better
let It come on. The best Is none too
good for us In this progressive country.
Indiana has now two Democratic pnri
tlca, one for the free coinage of silver,
the other for sound money. The l?!-t .-I
; crowd would do w> II to emigrate to the
Nevada mining camp and try tn give It
i population enough t" be h state.
Dnun iinrn (he T#i Itulr.
itMj..., ihA ifiu.nhiicnn council went In
k li was confronted with a. ln'moeiMtlr
legacy hi the form of a law llntitfnf:
debt. Th<5 Dejttocratn know the sltua,
lion an*l had not Hi* courage to m. ? It
t The first thought of the ifpubllcan
, council wan to me t (ho clty'n ft*iInK
obligation:* by creating ? I ?l <1< bt.
, At all rvontfl It Wan 11? u.-lit I) t l<
j rIvi? th?* p"Opl" (i chanc ?< ? t ' wI? hot
they prefern.-.l (o Ijnvp i!' ?1 f. cr. lit
;t protected In that ivny or In another v.-ay
The peopl* refused to autliorlx" tin,,
That l"ft the council nothing to ?|.? l>ui
t*> Increase tho wn'-ral tax h-vy. 'Phi.'li
0 did to the ''Xt ixt nf fourt' n r<-nt>: pa tin
h '' *vn* hoped llirn f iwit b.v innnII
agerrwrit oijf year < f thin lm n v.oiih
bo sufficient. Thin hopH ban been reali*
i Tho general laic ie\ y f< r th m
r. win be fourteen cents lens on tiio '91(M
t- than It v. .**.* I,i t vi?r, wiping out tin
>r temporary Incriiimn to meet the ciner
POM LAUNDRY ANP Vgcncy
altuatl m created by a Democratic J
Tho lnto1Hg-*ncer congratulates the
taxpayers and the lb-pub!Iran couacil
v........ wtunlr ,.? .v.n/wl t?liuln.ti>?
The SI. haul* Horror.
I Half an hour of a tornado blowing at
I the rate of eighty mil*# an hour mi (Heed
' to cut such a gash In the city of St.
Louis which seems to bu without precedent
in'this country. At tho hour of
writing reports are the most meagre
bulletins., but the central fact I* that
there has been a wholesale slaughter
and a vast destruction of property.
The sympathy of the whole country
will go out to the bereaved; and In so
great a calamity it must be that many
hearts have been tnado to bleed. There
is hardly reasonable ground for tho hope
that later advices will show the first report*
to have been enough exaggerated
to affect materially the sad story.
What days of disaster these pleasant
May days are. The wives stv? laden
with terrible .stories of death and deutniKtl.tn
iIk.UiiiiiIi !>ml IVOKt.
Old IlnmotU In I.Inc.
Now comofi good old Hancoclf'county
and poIIh at the RepubUo&n primaries
tiurh a Vote as the Republicans of (hat
Republican county have novor polle<l at
a regular election, even a presidential
election. The Increase comes from former
Democrats who Intend to vote the
Republican tick t In November. So It
goes all over West Virginia. The Republican
tide Is rising fast and will run
high. No wonder the desperate Democratic
politicians want to fuse with anybody
or anything. Their following l.<
leaving them. It Is a case of intense
disgust following wanton betrayal.
The New York World observes "a.
quieting down" of the feeling aroused
against McKlnley on the money question.
Haven't the men who tried to
arouse that feeling been hit hard enough
to nulc t them? No sane person who has
follow* d McKlnley'n career doubts that
he stands for the found en t kind of found
money. The combine didn't dnubt this.
It merely doubted the sanity of the people.
Colorado. Idaho. Mont.ira, Nevada,
Utah and Woming have nineteen electonil
votes. From the noise they made
in behalf of the white metal it might be i
thought they ha.! 19,000,000.0/)0.000.000.0()0 |
votes. It is the old s;tory of Grant and ,
the wolves In Mexico.
It is wonderful how many persons are |
mustering up enough energy in these '
days to take a vacation by the suicide I
routs?personally conducted?through I
Wouldn't Tillman and Debs be a
ticket"??the pitchfork and the bludgeon!
Or, they might put the pitchfork on the
other end, and .still It would he a great
Bom Dickie, of the Prohibition national
committee, should open n kindergarten
anJ glvo Bttch politicians as
Quay, Piatt ami Clnrknon Home primary
Instruction In bo.;? polities.
Th<! coronation of the nutoorat of all
the Ilu.iHlaa must have driven the cold
steel clear through Mr. Cleveland's adipose.
There Is no crown for < Trover.
"We need nil the Democrats we can
get." says the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
You'll have to have more 'n that
If you are going to do biiHlnesH.
Phil Ilrbnkrtl by Nrw Fluslaiiil llnnlrr*
for' III*" Driiilvnijlf Work Ag?luat Mr
Itlnlry-A Slluglug l.rltrr from Om of
thr lorriuo.l Kluntlrr* of ?h? Knot.
"xwinl In Hunt nil
Aionrpt'iicr, *i., _ ... .
Traveller: "Tom Piatt Is a conspirator
against th?? welfare of the country,
striklm; .ideally blow .:t comru'-rclftl
confident In his endeavor t" stab .Major
McKInky. if n traitor t > th"
Ib'Publican party In wklns to divide i(
into factions on the ove a presldentlal
ol'?r.tlon. Hut h. bus drawn th'?
lons-lfuv of falsehood onc?? too often.
It has cracked In hb? malicious grasp,
and the light toward the candidate ?if
the people. The confidence of tho ttnanof
this ?-onntry In William MeKinl-y
remains unshaken. They are
content to Judije him by his record, and
leave th" dictation of the mdle'tary policy
<if the party to the convv utlon which
will nominate him :?t St. IvmiIm.
"\W Know Tom I'latt of ??!<!. lias
! n "M- . Too!' to Tamuuiny us well
n ; to K.mi . roiildlnc. and for years
has i pv? ^eni- l th - most vicious lenient
of Mtuui'Mpal poll11 n in national
aifali The ; op!" can I trutt< d to
nomh it -' candldnl-'s nr. v.m ii as to elcct
Theso words were spoken to-day by
nm- uf i! f liei"t jii..iijlnr-pt bankers in
Y.rm.iiit. h nn:i v. !i.> mini" I" '
1' 't" "Ufiirth oi?l I" '
nl luvibliy ?lin.\ i known. II" ? > nj?Iu
- I I" ?l>i - .1.- I.?ration ..i M?
in M .j ?i> K ' v
I'lall I?V ii" I Mil . iii" n,,irk
w* tn *>?4ltt? I.. B#?tora bai)ket?.??
artful circular Ial-.M-1 to pnalaJIca
I ll- ifntlm-:it Hi '?nh"V 'I"
;,t. .vhoi'it iiy ' vi i-.v ?' ii i' ':
"Ml ll"" In 'HI"
nr.- nil n"' ml I" '' n"""''1"r-,r
hla attiimpl to inj^-i f'*'"0
int iii" .in" ' 1' '
i not:i': i?I? I. ami t lil> ' 1
|V. furnlali Hi" I '"'""7"'" ,w'"' "
nan i" ubo iumIusi SftKlnlw ftlt mi
nomlnatliti. 5no pt fio
|y. in ... I ?'li ' ' , ,
,iilnr i' 'i'- 'I'. I'l'ai'lH. I"'"|
Mi rapll.'l 5-.-vl.ii; Ijaiil. ami 'I '""I
i' >mi>nny. "> , , ,
i Donvlll UilntuCof W1 ftn? V1
IP'ITI III'' fllll .WlMIt M!"!
Ill.ll!> '1 I ' ^ " ,l '
-Vli rnpltl'l v...Vi is.-'. Knots ??>1 Tm <
P.M*>nt|?i 1. '. V.-rn.xNl. M?y
; | I foil. '!' I J? ?I1HI 1 ? '
I rilllf.j St :i I "'1 Monitor, N' VV York:
gjll i Iim ii? honor ncKtvjTii'
' o.t'-"- th?? rr. it t of > ?ur ? Miii:ninl?\?M<in
containlh* your inn dcy 1 N',V
V." I? Kiln, iin I - ' ' ?? !"*? 4 ' I'll
i mit l MoKlnVy In th? Now Y<- \. H<
:ilfl -ii.l 'llv. ' xtr:i< i f: 'in V.iJ ;Kin!
v".' r<*?*.?rrl ??rtd ' '? ;i .,s *!*?:lufr ;<
r I..in: vl . lo 'now li i ? tfi,
w.?rt?iv Kcpiiiillcrin support for tin,
Fluit you > .'tuplnln Iwmu.^ n?*
' not otic innnodaid political *c hwiicrii
seeking his destruction to a a vance oinor
candidates by giving IiIh views on
the money question. You condemn him
for IiIm silence; I honor him for it, believing
"The convention that nominate* has
tho right to make the party platform.
McKlnley'a opportunity will follow, If
nominatvd, to write his acceptance,giving
his views on all questions affecting
the welfare of the American people.
Anything he might Hay prior thereto
would he premature.
"Second?You complain that Major
McKlnley's record shows him fn favor
of free colmmc of silver.
"I do not ho understand It. The record,
fairly quoted, shows him opposed
to free coinage, Il?? voted with many
other Republicans for silver when the
(diver dollar was worth about one hundred
cents, but now, when It is worth
less than tlfty-two rents, he and Republicans
generally say it Ik a bogus dollar
unworthy their support.
"'If the Republican platform, said
McKlnley about a year since, 'declares
for free coinage I will not be a candidate.
I would not run on a free silver
"The distorting of a splendid record
n" whlnW mi mint Htnnrfit tf> ac
rotnpllsh th" selfish ends of politicians
who favor other candidates, I cannot
"Very respectfully yours,
T. J. DJCAVITT."
Vermont buslncHs men looked forward
to the success of the Republican party
In the next presidential election as a
guarantee of tin? revival of commercial
prosperity and as a rule regard Major
McKlnley as the best embodiment
of the Minciples upon which the party
has hitherto based Its policy.
"If we are to gunge the future by the
measure of the legislation of the Democratic
party," said the banker quoted
at the beginning? of this dispatch, "I
can ac no hope for th" country In securing
the enactment of sound financial
and tariff laws except In the success
of the Republicans.
"We have reached a point where
something has got to lie done to furnish
adequate revenue and restore confldence.
We cannot stand still, and I
fear that If the Democrats a train elect
a President It will mean a retrograde
that will blight the land for perhaps a
REED FOR VICE-PRESIDENT.
Thr Siig(;r?tlon Mrcts with I'opulur Favor
! Chicago Tribune: The suggestion that
; Speaker Reed be put on the Republican
I ticket as vice President has taken the
fancy of the public greatly. IHh name
| meets with almost universal approval,
and hardly any one else is spoken or.
This sterna to b" a case of "natural
selection," and then? seems to ho no
reason why McKlnley and Reed should
not be nominated at St. Louis by acclamation.
Nothing can prevent It except the absolute,
unqualified veto of the speaker.
If he snys positively that if h*? Is nominated
h<? will not accept?that h^ will
disappoint and grieve the Republican
voters by refysiugr the second place,
since he cannot have the first?then, of
course, he will net nominated. Bpt
now thai puhlle sentiment has expressed
Itself po unmistakably it is not probable
that he will be so ungracious as to
This feeling In .favor of Mr. R*ed Is
not due to ?ny desire to give him a
consolation prixe." 3t is owing to the
fact that the party Is convinced that
there should be a first-class man at the
fo.it of the CTt'ket as weltt* at the head
of It. A failure to do that has hurt both
Whles and Republicans In the past.
There art* other Rood men who can
be selected for the vice presidency, but
the candidate should not come froin a
stile near Ohio, Geographical ron.dderatlons
make Mr. Heed sperlally acceptable.
And af? when the silver agitation
began he was dooModly antl-sllver,
voting: against the rdand'Alllscn j
bill, while McKlnley voted for It. the I
New England Republicans might look '
on .Mr. Heed's selection for the vice
presidency with special favor. Thcy.|
might think It strengthened the ticket.
There aro many reasons why Mr. Reed
should accept. There are no g.?od ones
why he should decline the nomination,
which will surely he tendered him. It is
safe t -> assume, therefore, that the ticket
will be McKlnley and Reed.?Ohio
"Pear my Lady Golden Hair,
Whv avrrt?'d glancen?
Why 'disfavor, lady fair?
Toll me bow It ehaiiers "
As nho iihakes hot* head then* files
Golden ml> t that shrouds her eyes;
Still as other uosebud'p Hps
Stay my lady's folded lips.
"Toll me bow 1 foil from graco?
Toll me whero I stumbled?
n<. not keen u frownlnic face.
See how I am humbled ^
Yet the shadow* darkly stay
Whore hut tmnbeamn ought to flay;
And the eyes where truth should fhlne
c^ulto refuse to look In mint*.
"So. my sweetheart'* proved untrue!
Promises are broken?
Toll mo now, I pray, do you
Know Hint tb<\v wore spoken7"
Now at Iimt sh" droops her head;
lto,-?'|.iirlh h a hriKhter red;
| . "all marry, when I grown.
'M policeman nnrslo knows."
THttHR !;! more Catarrh Iti thin ser(ion
of the . onntry than all other diseases
put together, and until the last
few years was fjupposed to he Incurablo.
pn: a gri at many years doctors pronounce
I H a local disease, and prosi-ribi-d
I il remedies, and hy constant
ly fall.:t cure with local treatment,
pronoun it incurable, r i-rice has
proven catarrh to !>? a constitutional
therefore requires ronatl
lull-Mill! ?ivatm?-nf. Hull's CalirrJi
Cuiv. niaiiufi'.' turn! by 1*. J. Cheney &
<|i;my. Tnlf'dd, ohio, Is tho only tonKtluuionnl
niri' on ilu- mnrki t. it is rnkftn
Internally In doses from ton dropi
to a I'^a-! " 'lifiil. It n.'t* dlrcctly on
the ! !<" ! and murnu.i mirfnt-o:, of thil
t'in. Th'-y olT'-r one hundml doll.ti.'i
for nuy ?'iih" It falls i? rniv. S??nd
for il iv u la in and t< uttmonlaK Address,
I' fllKNISY .1 CO., Toledo, O.
J*. 1 l IDrm* 7.V.
tn curliiff torturinp;, disfiguring,
liumlllatiiiK liumcro of the Skin,
Scalp, mid lilcod v.'Iicn all else fails,
Poid llironrhnwt thf? iro:M. IVIr*. Crrtrrju, .'V.|
p?ur. 5v., itimilvrtr, ?v. nn-1 |l. I'oitm i??oo
AMU Cut M. < ?*r , Ni'o Ui??'rr?,
aft-" How to Cur* Km/ Ditll?iiili>jt Humor," frtw.
$ A Pretty Foot! ^
f In n pretty aboo It all right. but ^
do jon know how loader t (ipnlr? |
We do. There* tbxit $'l.OO jw
^ I./iiiji**' Chocolate Hbo?. dug: hat ^
|,'h<0 Horth of *i vle to It? uxtrenu) ^
medic t.ju?nn<I nil tint -lace? Ur
they're Junt as noet at thojr can ^
be - If von'ro properly lifted? ^
mo'II tukneare of thnt if you'll
^ li t U*. Wo have the aatne HiIiir uj\
F in button hut iu??t ladles prefer (w
^ the lace?that iM leave to yon. ^
Ii'a well lo remember thnt wo
^ clean and Hhlno nil /.boot free. ^
| ALEXANDER $1
9 Slioo Sollor,
^ 1049 Main Street.
FOUNDRY WORK?B. FISHER.
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All Masses m uesmpuuii
We make a specialty of
Experienced Pattern Makers Employe!
WHEELING, W. VA.
A rull Lino of High rilflW/IT JJP
and Medium Grade DHj X uJjIjO.
iuvfli aim Princcss
In itoclc at *11 tlmgi. Our line of Crellsts' Sundries
and Rupplle* Is the most complete in th<j
cltr, embracing everrthlng required by wheelmen
We hive addedn ropnir department on?!
?re pwoared to give tUe best attention to all
wheel* left with u? (or repairs.
1146 MAIN STREET.
8HOF.8?L. V. BLOND.
I horoh.v felvo notihaf f win r, ,t
rot?i?on?H>l??' Johnny or .?,
i-? ntraetcd by my non, Hurry v..in.
no! KIM-KR'K M'lri.i .
Irion SAi.itoNK-i ornii; j>?r,,
< |-:ST (??.' * In a I. ,
no#!* of I'M roomt, in a intvn ur ,
t<? 8an -Kraru-lMo, California, <m.
/Inosi In fh?> ^tnihaving all niod-ni ! ,.
i?rovenit?nt?? unit cnnvonU-nr.,
W ANTKp'-A Rood of lie- nun and
co in potent bap .man; must )mv. ,
ctirlty. Katfli' onnloiu* Htamp im GEO.
B. REYNOLDS. ],oui: v 11 !?. , K> Olive
Oil! Olive 0;l!
Ju*t rofi>|vH ? lot of Ollvf on 6
FranfcaOi bottle*. lln?M quality, at
my:7 217 Mnrl.-i yi?.,..
jp ll\j i vyvjiilvrvi ho.
T^L-L. STYLES 1
HT KLL PRICES!
a a 1'iiin a^nriroenlol1 . a
J CLorF-MES BRUSHES. #
f Huebel'sGrocery House, s4ukmim f
(( 1'11'JNK cji ^
o ^V*> -*V -5v 3
! ^ \J of Uv? finos: miality. in i*?i o:
O ps wntiofrl. New ntoclc at low ptlu
I or tho Mijt-it ((Utility. +
Sewing bros., ?.??*
J-'or gjpycllats, Athletes and that
Tired Feellnu Gehcrally
.WholesdVc h'nd Retail at
mytl Twelfth ami Market Kir."?t .
JOSEPH J. S7WITH,
140? M.UiKKT STItKKT,
Shoes nearIf repaired and ball soled
wliilo yoii null.
IIALFSOLINO AM) KEELING:
PKGtJKD;:; USc. >KW l.I> 90c.
1100 .MgrkVji; Sfroot, Cor. Fourteenth.
pUBLIC.aAliE OF STOCKS. *
f will off or nt public sal<> ?f tho front
dor.r of tin* court house. In 11>?> ?*!ty < '
WlifteUiijr.'bHrBaturday, May a\ lKkl. at 10
27 share* 'Wlioellnff Steel and Iron Co.,
par value each.
I *hari\* iixjehunge Bunk, par value fito
2 shn res. Franklin Insurance Co., par
value Jiw oath.
J. V. L. RODfiKRfv
As.?l?;npc of Jacob Iicrt<r
W. H. HA.LLKK. Auf tlon
CINDERfcTifcA nnd other stories. by
Richard Hording Davis, clo 51 CO
TO.M (iRWAN. by F, Hopklnson
Smith. Must rated, do 1 SO
THE SIIPP-LY AT ST. AGATHA'S
by Stuart Phelps, clo.. 1M
AN UNSATISFACTORY LOVER, lathe
ducficsi, papor r.)
Fresh supplies of a!l fast flailing books.
Discounts to all cash buyers.
Made by tho Duober Watch Compaay
Runs like a watch.
Adjustable handle bars.
Only one grade, that the highest.
Dillon, Wheat & Hancher Co.
Cull ami fxntnloo bcfor< buying. gpU
With headache or neuralgia
when one Red cross powder
will cure. Price 10c for
-?SOLD nv 0
R. H. LIST. 1010 Main St.
^ ia"^2. 1596.
jt We have the largest and
bc^J .selections of.
8 Wal! Paper
^ Room Mouldings
r.ver shown in this city. A npccl*l
lino of 'Sirlrtf* in Combination!"
gfij carried only by us. A full lino ol
^<1 for t)fl'h rooms mil kitchen*. Oar
price* Rhrnys tub i.nwKsr.
cm*IMiraaioi on Decorating glvdi
?5 No. 2G Twelfth Street.
A l.irr,e line of Hammocks from 50c
to S3.00. Call an J see our Sl.00
CARLE jOS',, Markat^ifraot.
let I'eimrl*:, toofrti-CS r.r, J fivrttafcrtJ**"
f'.i >. r.--^tJVrin<rPi
paevKN"TR imurmiK .uni.-H v??va+c dimm-ixI
.41 U-'ljIiMf., nri..u:( (>. /?..! n <, fi p/I.CTI.
1 'luJttWau U*Jit!cc Ja ' tiv> ; " t til slinilir
MALVOOR MFC. CO., canonfc tor. O., C.S.A
lU.V^-ltJlX ' _
I *? |j r u.irj'bY'
i\>cK"t koilnliff. ritrnn nnd a
r-M'fal lino ui i'lVoiocmpltJo
( NICOLL'S :-;PT STOKE?.
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/> Arllli. inl I.Sr.iI) Xf\% Co.
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rniti: 1NY1 i.i.n \r-i.r. im: -ntino
?.*Hubliiil)n?uu. .Seal, ucculuiv. i'loiiil'U
MI LKS Alt I Ml I'tw.
215^ MB1N STREET.
Ia|ifrimciil:i! mr! .UiiMW-. IV iiivrnte,
MartHound W-rlian'ral Int'rum.MiU <i?
M wri H.rrnr.nM'r
InnlrnniPiilfi nml >iu?ll Machinery
or r.viiov nranunms,
mylQ 4011 siiiiilid 'U -?t.. Hu*burj;'i, *';U