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MRS. HART'S SCHOOL
11
The Closing Exercises Yesterday
Were "Enjoyed
, BY A NUMBER OF FRIENDS
-
Of Uli School-The Programme of Kelec
tlon* bf (h? Scholar* wm wtll Arnu?nl
t. and ks seated bjr the Vombk Performers.
Antral ui M?runHHwnH%m-nvTt ? ?
l\, ' Specr'a Intercatlng and Inatructtvc AilK!
drcM to the Scholar*.
fc The closing exercises of the Fifth anjg
nual session of Mrs. Hart's school for
t girls. took place yesterday morning. The j
| school rooms were well tilled with '
friends and patrons. After devotional j
I;. exercises consisting of singing by the!
8- school and prayer ottered by the Rev.
Mr. 8pcers, of the Second Presbyterliyi
s church, the following programme was
given:
gjp Primary Department ? Recitations.
Louise Kraft. "Very Little Ones;" BraP
iie Erkey," "The Wreck of the Hesperus
us;" Eleanor McLure, "The Little Cock
[i Sparrow;" Eliza Dlmmick, "The Speckled
Hen:" Katherlne Franshelm. "Love
( la Always Beautiful;" Alberta Stlfel,
Poor Little Jim;" Herbert Buckraan.
'Robin Boy;" Mary Franxhclm. "A
f Fair Question;" Elmer Bertschey, "PaL
?*a'? Plshinc."
81 Academic Department?Essays. Anne
! Cummins. "The British Lion in India;"
Virginia Kider, "The Hoar of the Lion
! in South Africa;" Stella Hubbard. "Epr
istola a Roma" (original): Inna Kraft.
French Recitation; Elizabeth McLuro.
French Recitation; essay. "Introduction
tp Longfellow's Hiawatha." liculah
Hubbard.
The poem, abridged and adapted, was
then given by the following named
r young ladies: Nellie Gllchrht. Ethel
\i>': Williams. Margaret Cummin.', Inna
I' Kraft. Jcannettc Kraft. Herietta llari,
rison. Juliet Campbell. Stella Hubbard,
ft Rosa Heller. Ruth Kittle. Helen Smith.
K Louise Lamb. Bessie Snyder. Edith
[ Gfbbs, Annie Cummlns.Adelphla Young.
Bessie Morris.Grace Nichols, lola Elliot.
Edna Ewlng. Mary Hazlett. Emma
j^V Gatch. Beulah Hubbard. Virginia Rider.
Ada Smith. Blanche Kraus. Elizabeth
McLure. Bessie Harrison.
' . "The Famine." recited by Miss Stella
... Kraus.closed tTiis part o? the programme
k' which elicited the hearty appreciation
f;r . of the audience.
lT The distribution of annual reports for
fcv- scholarship was followed by certftlcates
r to the young ladles who had completed
the following studios: American hlstory;
English history; Ray*.? higher
f;.' arithmetic; higher algebra; rhetoric;
'Greek history. Miss Alice Mady and
t' Miss Je?sie Wheat having completed
p four books of Caesar, received certlflp
cates.
I Souvenirs wore presented to Miss Alice
Mady and Miss Jessie Wheat for scholarship
and application during tho past
Ave years; to Miss Elizabeth McLure
for prompt and punctual attendance;
to Miss Ruth Kittle for elocution; and
to Miss Stella Hubbard for tho best
prize story; to Miss Louise Lamb, first
prise, for an herbarium; Miss Bessie
M<?rrl?. second prize. These specimens
k- gave evld-nce of the careful study nnd
delicate taste of th*? two young ladlos.
? Miss Edna Ewln? received honorable
k mention. also. for the excellence of h-rbarium
work.
?? -. In a m??st entertaining manner, the
? Rev. Mr. Spc<?r addressed the school.
\. paying a des-rved compliment to both
S> pupils and teacher.
I'! * Rev. Morgan Rider offered a closing
M prayer and pronounced a benediction
jk- upon this popular and surc-ssful school.'
where the young girls of this commuY;
- nlty are furnished superior opportunitg&
' les for the hlghor. as well as the most
practical education.
j*f' While th* ' good-byes" w^ro b^lns
f'. spoken.the visitors examined the beautifully
colored maps, drawn by a num:
ber of the pupils. The nrt studio, conducted
by Miss Eva Hubbard, was another
attraction. Water colors, pencil
r and charcoal sketches, tho work of the
fr- pupils, wer- exhibited. Altogether, the
p. occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by
? pupils, teachers and friends, among
whom were many of the "old girls."
irnu, linvum |;iuisru ??!? u> inr DUIWI ui
real life, came In to encourage by their
Rp presence the "new girls." and to live
over again. for a few..hours, the old
[r.' school days.
Bfitnooil rommrncrmrni,
tV The commencement exercises of the
Benw<?od public .school will occur Tuesday
evening In the M. E. church. The
graduates namber four, and the pro[;
gramme is a3 follows:
Invocation Rev. J. S. Robinson
31 u sic.
k Cltisenshln Henry Farmer
; The End Crowns the Work.. .Mary Dixon
Music.
Nobly Bear the Cross Bertha Riddle
Golden Mean Ida Bowers
Music.
Presentation of Diploma*.
! Address to Class Dr. A. B. Rlker
: Mimic.
Benediction.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Hatter* or Mluor Xmnrnt In anil Abont
the City.
i. H. P. Jennings was arrested yesterday
for beating his horse over the head I
l. with a club.
j Bishop Penlck -.111 preach nt St.
Luke's P. K. church at in 30 o'clock a.
m.. Sunday, and Rev. Luther Doggett
at 7:30 p. m.
The Junior missionary society of the
TTnlted Presbyterian church will hold
' Its regular monthly nvetlnj: this afternoon
at th* church at 2 o'clock.
Rev. Dr. A. B. Rlk?r. pastor of the
Fourth streot M. K. church, will delivc^
a special sermon to the Kind's Daughters
on Sunday evening at th? usual
hour.
Th<? court hous^ and jail committee
of the board of county commissioners
met yesterday and transacted business
of minor import as to repairs <?n the
building*.
The counrii committer on fir- department
Is called to ine<-t Monday evrnlnc
at 7:30 o'clock. Th" sub-committei? of
the commit!^ on thf new city charter
will also meet Monday night
The committee on police m^t hist
night and went through th" regular
routine of Its monthly busings. Hills
xvcto ordered paid as follows Police
Witt. 9C.1 Jtl r.|.|u?? I.HItll'l l..tnl
sin 4o.
The Security Savlnjr* & I/-an Company.
i new building a^foclatlon. which
ban Just ent?r?-d th*? Held. has ofll*: in
th?* Hub building. It has n very *tro:u;
board of director* am! competent ofllrws.
A n*w plan I* offered to (ho public.
The Marshall county t- icbTs' Inntltut*
will rommonf" on Monday. Auguit
3. Prr-f W M. Wirt, the county wiperIntendent.
ha* arrnwd n very n' tractive
nn?I Intertstlnj? programme,
pr. 8rhii?*ff?t\ from Hurrlnhurg. I'd.,
will !> one of th?- |nffru? torn and his j
nam" la ?i drawing card everywhere.
The Ilavarl in society of Wheeling
will go up to I'lttuburch In foroo tomorrow
monilni; nt f?o'clock on thBaltimore
A Ohio to attend th? picnic
given by one of th?* noeietlea there.
Willi** In the Smoky City the Whellng*
Jtcn will hoorn th" coming national convention
of the Havarlan Hoclety which
meet* here In Augu*t.
Mlftfl Knthan-ne Corn Mcllvalne, for*
merly of Wheeling, nn<l Mr. I. T Chittenden.
a promising young bn?lner*
man. of Atlantic ity. N. J., were
quietly married in tin chapel of the
church of the Am< ? Atlantic City,
Mt high noon Wcdnmdn* !un?- Fl?v.
J. If Town send officiating. Mipm Mamie
MvllvaJne. ? inter of tb- bride, acted
u maid of honor, and Mr. L. U. John
son was host man. Mr. and Mm. Chittenden
loft on ?n extended trip and
upon their return will reside with tho
bride's mother.
The ' funeral of John Rofeah.
who waa killed on tho ltaltlmnrc & Ohio
railroad tracks below. Ben wood. Wednesday,
took place yesterday nt .1 p. in.
Tho ITnitod States Express Company
has Issutnl a "Hand Book for European
and Oriental Trnvelcre" that Alls a
want not hertofore filled. Tho prospective
traveler abroad will tind It
nlmo*t IndiKpctJslblc. This company's
tourist drafts will be found a inoat con
vcnlent manner to curry funds.
HenryMorrts, who was Injured n few
days ag" at the Wheeling si?v| uud Iron
works, died yesterday ut the city hospital.
ut 12 oYloek Ills remains were removed
to Becker & Zimmerman's undertaking
establishment In llenwood, to
be prepared for burial. The funeral will
occur Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
M. L. Clark, a St. Clalrsvtlle butcher,
was ntreated yesterday mbrning ujRin
n warant sworn out by the local butchers,
charging him with violating the
city meat ordinance. Mr. Clark void
a whole carcass of veal to a hotel and
claims such a transaction docs not violate
the ordinance and u tost cane will
no doubt l?e made of It.
Invitations were received In the city
yesterday announcing the wedding of
Miss llattle West Taylor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sampson Taylor, ??f
Hampshire county, to Mr. II. Scott
Thompson. a prominent young gentli man
of the same county. The wedding
will take place at noon \Vedn?*sday,
June 17, at the home of the bride's
parents near Koyser.
A bicycle collision took place yesterday
at noon at the corner of Main and
Fourteenth streets. A young man was
coming down the Fourteenth street hill
nt n pretty good gait, and a lady was
coming down Main, and us the young
man turned into Main be ran into th
lady. i$oth were thrown on and the
young lady badly hurt lur hand. The
wheels wore not injured.
The Atioii. Ikvthiivcn and Mozart
singing societies haw all decided to so
to the national snongorfest In Pittsburgh
next Monday afternoon at ::2$
o'clock on the I'an-lfanute road. Special
car.*-- have been nnicrv -d for the
three societies, nud these will he handhomely
dccorated. The Wheeling di ! gatlcu
to Pkisburgh will numhr 300 to
600, outside of the singers, who number
over 100.
Webster school gave an enjoyable ??ntertainmont
yesterday afternoon and
last night nt the new Pythian castle,
nt the corner of Twenty-seventh nnd
Ohapline streets. The large auditorium
was packed with the friends of the
scholars. and *-ach number on the
lengthy programme was generously applauded.
Am^ng the scholars who took
pnrt were Willie Houston, Addle Miller,
Klmer Bonnett, Kui't Itergn r. Lu>-lla
Ervin. Rob Llndsey. Tom Helmbright.
and the little ones.
Th** vested choir of St. Matthew'.*
church enjoyed a trollev ride l ist night
in a s|>H.*lal car beautifully decorated
with colored electric light*. The car
is th?' first "f Its Wnd in t:i.- city and
was procured especially for occasions
of this kind by the street railway eompnny.
On the route, which extended
from Martin's Ferry t?? Behwood. th??
choir rendered a numb.r of pleasing
selections of a **cular nature. Th??
affair was a novel one and was thoroughly
enjoyed by the participants.
YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES.
Pittsburgh... VIRGINIA. 10 a. m.
Parkeraburg.REN 11 I'll. 1 p. ui
Clarlngton... JEWEL. 2 3? p. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Coal Valley..II K BEDFORD. <5 a . m.
Matamora-'i ..LEXINGTON. 10:30 a. m.
Park?r*bt?rg. LIBERTY. II a. ra.
Clarincton.. .JEWEL. 3;S0 p. m.
BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
Plttuburch ..BEN HER. 3 a. in.
Pittsburgh...RUTH. r. a. m.
Pittsburgh...KEYFTONE STATE S a. ra.
Pittsburgh...VIRGINIA. * a m.
Zaneavll!e....LORENA, 4 a. in.
Wheeling Jlmi Drairiin).
Th" tornado which swept over St.
Loul* last W#vk dealt A HCVtTe blow to
the river Interests. While many boats
were wrecked f*w perHons lost their
lives by being drown**!. <?upt James
A. Henderson, the president of the
Pittsburgh and ClncinnntKpacket line,
has a brother-in-law. Michael Kelly,
who Is a St Louis pilot, and In answer
to a letter sent to one of the St. Louis
packet companies'. received word that
he Is welL with (he letter also came .i
statement netting forth th'* exact number
of riv- r stromas lo.?t and damaged.
Following; is the lint as received: "The
??! ?? * r t\.mi n?M .ti?1 t.ij.
Me Confer, and the towboat Iinlphln
No. 2 will prove a total l'?ss. The
packet Belle Calhoun sunk In 18 feet of
water and an effort will In; made t>?
rater her. PnckcU Arkansas City and
City of Cairo will probably i?ty to repair.
Steamer City of Monroe will coat 12,1.000
t-? repair. Steirn-rs City of Vlcksdiutpr
and City of Providence damaged to
such an extent that It will hardly p.iy
to repair. The following boat:* enn b<*
repaired: Packet* Pittsburgh. cabin
off; Cherokee, chimneys and part < f
cabin off: fJr.'y Kngl?>. slightly damaged;
Hamilton, towboat, rahln entire ly
off; Exporter, cabin entirely off:
I#oul.? Houck. chfmneyn and pnrt of
eabln off. Th>-? four w harflwriU' w-<
badly dnmsged. but they can be repaired:
tour Anchor lin" carp box<?<
blown off: the Wiggins Fcrrv Company
lort ev*ry l">at but one; tug I5.>IIo Haton
Hour:'' Mown on rhone and wrecked.
Tlv City "f Mount- h:id Itrt tarted
on a trip to New ?>rl- an* with 7W> tons j
of freight and forty-eight p;i ? ;? :
tcolng home from work. The la*> ?>f
lif-* ?ti the river wu.h only flv??. Capt.
ZiegW. of tli*"* City of .Monro-. ; n'i
Copt. Slmm \v?M,d?. of Wheeling. cl-Tk
of th?? J. J. Odlll. w*?re drowned. Captain
Woods haul lived in St. Lou I a for
over fifteen years.
Atnun llir I.miitInc.
Trade war- letter on the wharf yesterda
y.
| Tlu' Lor. na Is the packet for ZaneaI
vllle t'?-inorroiv.
C.ipL Ara I tooth, of the towboat
A'IMl". I* home f-?r a hhort tlm?.
Til'* Ren llur. I tut ti : *? ! Keystone
Si.it'- l?-ave f'*r I'llt/burgh to-morrow
morning.
Th foal Bluff, from Cincinnati.
j?n.sH?-d up the riv.-r yi-jd^rday afternoon
with a tow of pig iron.
The riv- r markM taut nlpht idtow-.-d
(cot a n<l falling. The pn-m-nt local rains
will not help the river.
Th" lion llur wan two hour*' lat"
yr#tff'lny morning <>n nccnunt ??f th<fog.
Phf dl?l not g.*t h? till 1 o'cioel?
vr-trr'lay afternoon, and had a lln?v
trip.
Itlvrr Trlr;;riiiiu.
IMTTSHI'HOII Itlv.-r " 5> f. -t and
falling at the d'im. \V>ath*r clear.
fill. CITY?River 1 f'??t 8 Inch':, and
f.illlnr Cl??u.|y rind warm.
MORf ANT(.?W N* Riv? r 7 fret I Inch
nnd stntl<?n?ry. Italny rtnd warm.
WAItltKN?Hlv-r 1 foot. Clear and
wnrrn
r.isKRNHJtOKO Rlvr 7 frrt nnd
fnlllnc f'Miily nnd wnrm.
STI'ITUKNVI IJ.K Itlvr I f--1 Inchon
and falling. Cl -jr nnd w.irm
Hp?Virginia. Dutvii- II. K. ltcdford.
Tli' >liHlrrn lt<o?ir>.
Thrives on irood fo-wf and minnhlnr.
with plenty ? f ?xen,l?H? l? t!> up. i . r.
}|#r form glims* with h? nlth and h? r
fin* bloom* with It* Irf-ritity. If r
uynt'tn li'vJu the cleansing action of a
laxative remedy, she uhos ih* gentle
and plraxant Syrup of Figs. Made by *
the California Fig Syrup Company.
MARTIN'S FERRY.
Ilapa aim! Mlthajn In III* Tlirlvlu? .City j
At rn?a the Klvrr.
Thr law pns.tod by the Ohio l?*sl??l*atiir<;
prolilltiiliiK ladles I coin wrurltiR hat* In
tin- opora hoaxes In being rigidly enforced
by Hi*; iSunagerx of tin* .Martin's Ferry
opera heuse, and tho ladle* gonorally
Imw obeyed it ironi the ntnrt. While
the law* has been tnucli rldluulod, It to
a good ouo. and tho ladles Rcncrally agree
to this, Tlir largo audience at tho com*
mencument on Thursday night looked hotter
than when all of tho lad lea wore huts
and honnetx.
Nearly all the ladles who attended wont
with their brads uncovered and their hair
"< rwnuii;;ly urniuK<-u, aim whim- nnu wuiu
huts and bonnets removed them on entering,
with threo exceptions. One lutly refusal
to remove hers and retired, ami the
other two exceptions were elderly women, -'
who wuro very small bonnet* ami wore
not in conspicuous places. The ushers request
the ladle* to r? move their hats or
bonnets, and whun the refuse they am
politely r?-<iucHted to retire Mont .of the
Martin's Ferry ladles know of tho law,
ami It is seldom necessary to call their
attention to tho matter.
There were probably more indies at the
commencement on Thursday nlftht than
at any entertainment slnee the pussago
of the law, and tho general effect was
favorably commented upon. From the
stajre the scene wtrs nioic beautiful than
In the audience. The ways of arranging
the hair were nulte numerbus. The contrasts
wero strikingly noticeable. Many
wore llowcrs. and there was almost an
endless variety of ornaments.
Mrs. A. E. lies, of South Second street,
who went to Columbia l-'all!;, Montana,
last summer on an extended visit with
her children, was married recently fC-r the
fifth time. The mime of Uie fcvntletnun
she married I- Y< i;no. lief first husband
was a farmer in tho neighborhood of New
MartluavllVA Tho second was oJso a
farmer. She let! him and ?ot a divorce.
Tim third husband was Samuel Still, who
died In Martin's Kerry. After his death
she married James lies, a voting man
who boarded with her. lie deserted her j
and the last lu'ard of him he wa'i In I
Wales. It is said that she had not been
divorced from lies when she went to
Montana last July, but that a divorce has ;
since been secured.
Yesterday Mrs. Frank MoCord received .
a letter from her brother. J. I.. Force,
of 8t. Louis, who Is w* II known hereabouts,
and who briefly tells of hi.i narrow
escape in the eye lone I it- lias charge ??r
ull the machinery. ? Ire trie light plans.
l*>jits, etc . i.l u suburban rt.^ort. and hail
left a little pleasure boat in the river;
which was it- he taken to the resort, and
thin went to the bottom of the river, ami
the directors, who remained on tho heat,
were carried out Into the river, where
they caught hold of snm? logs and went
picked up ten mile.'* down the river. Force
was on a street car and Just a.- It stopped. .
a telegraph pol? was blown through the I
the tar endways and Force was lifted |
from his* feet. lie grabbed an Iron tro'.ley
I>o)e. winch was tarried duwn to the
rround by heavy tlmbor". Force wan on
hi.* way to his supi>"r. and both the build* 1
ing where he took Ills meals and the house
where he had a room were demolished.
What promise to be n gcod gntne of
ball will be played on the Bflmont brick
works grounds this afternoon between
the Martin's Ferry club and a picked nine.
Anions tho well known players in the .
latter will George (Tode)
"Itrock" I'.rown, Hrnry Gauding, William
Morgan, Cluiries McGuire, Elmer l>avldwn
and George Puvis.
Manager Caldwell. of the Aetna-Standard.
set up the cigars yesterday Iwcausc
of tin- ? xcclent quality ??f skelp Iron being
turned out oti the breakdown. where then*
i:; a new set of rolls made for this purpose.
The ofl'.clals of the Cleveland ?fc Pittsburgh
railroad were inspecting this end of
the road yesterday. One of the oMocis ?>f
the trip Is the proposed sidewalk from
Hanover street to the passenger depot.
The Mt. Pleasant commencement took
place Inst night. All of the jrirl graduates
n.ro colored Mur?e wns furnished by the
Wheeling Opera llouso orchestra.
Pnvld I-Mwards goes to Canal I?ovcr
to-duy to visit relatives. He will attend
th? flood Templars* convention at
rhrlchsville on Tuesday.
Seventy-six graduate* attended the
alumni banquet. The total number of
graduates 150. rad thirteen of these
are dead, leaving 1T7.
Itnlph H'-aton v.Ill be unable to do any
more racing the early part of the season,
beeuin-e of injuries received In the Wyati
Mrs. WhltakiT K'-Mcy. of Fort T>;?vK
T? \as. l? vliitlnir her oou?ln? Miss Mlnnlo
Watson. Her folks reside at Wellsburg.
A wjrtlon of tin* fal*** roof on the KayIrKS
lunliUnK. on Fourth street. vat Mown
off by the wind ywtcnlny afternoon.
Thero I? u noticeable Improvement In
th?- condition of Mr.*. John Iluklll. who
ha.H been very sick. S
Mr. and Mr*. Jeorjfe W. Chessrll, of *
Cleveland. ar?- \lsitlnj; their daughter.
Mi.". I'rank /Ink. m
CharU-.' Jwnkln?. of Bridgeport. w ho has "
been very sick with'pneumonia, I# convalescing.
lb;v. and Mr? Kdrar N. Italley returned
la.?t evening from -?nla. O.
W. I. Medill. of Tlltonvllle, was In Martin's
Ferry yesterday. |
Mrs. K. H. Jones, of Hush Itun, spent
y-M-nl..v In thi- city
Nervous 1
People find just the help they so much
need, in Hood's Sarsaparilla. Jt furnishes
the desired strength by purifying.
vitalizing and enriching the
blood, anil thus builds up the nerves,
tones the stomach and regulates the
whole system. Kend this:
"I want to prnisc Hood's Sarsaparilla.
My health run down, and I had the grip.
After that, niy heart and nervous system
were baldly affected, so that I could not do
my own work. Our physician nave mo
so mo help, but did not cure. I docided
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon ! could
do nil my own housework. 1 have taken
Cured!
Hood's Pills with l!o. ? i.arwij>3rilla,
and they havo done mo much good. I
will not be without them. I have taken 13
bottles of Hood's .Sar*aparilla, and through
tho Messing of fiod, it has cured me.
I worked as hard ns ever the past summer,
and I am thankful t<? say I am
well. Hood's 1'ills when taken with
Hood's Sarsaparilla help very much." i
Sinn. M. M. MttWK.vnnR, Freehold, i'enn. j *
This and many other cures prove that I "
SB @
nooos
Sarsaparilla
I?thc(>tirTnu;Hl.KM| Purlfi r. AlMniRpNt*. $1.
Prt'iarrdonly liy<\ I. lloo<I& Co.. I/inMI. Mima.
kj j* i-**n act c.nlly. promptly ami
liOOCl S I I llS effecUvcly. ct tm.
CLOCK3, ETC.?JOHN BKCKER A; CO.
Afler House Cleaning...
You will n rood CLOCK to h?*lp
brighten the PAltLOK. We hnvo In
took a lur^u n^orttnont at very low
prl<?-*.
Pi-rhnp* you nro nhort on SPOONS.
KNIVj.S or FORKS W<- run li?lp
you out. Our STOCK In (nrgc. Wo
can h'-ii you UcnM quality Silver KdIvh
nnd Forks at I'tIih-h that It tvnuld l>?
rhenpiT t'> Hr?'J llniti Strrl Krilvi-s un.|
I' III A ' Y< ' Ull l UUtlHW""/ -vw ? r
^'tu Mlmiiiiitfl trii'lo -turlnr tli dull
i f H " > ?" ?? "l11 ' 11 uur I
la lit ,:r..illy ritlii'-?l prl<
\S\* HI- now ri'f-fivlni: *imjo ntr*
HI iU si* FKT8 a!ul ItRl.TP They
v lirT"' l" i:r? at il' iimn"! thN season.
Sav<> morvy and with a llouss
th.it buy for t'ai'.h.
JOHH BECKER & CO.,
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS,
3527 JACOB STREliT.
ROCKERS?O. M
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ments this week the entire I
niture, consisting of Sidel
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regular retail price.
No better or larger stocl
iU. -Ji.. Alt _i1
you in me tiiy. rtu uiuci
oarlor bed room and kitchen
You are invited to inspe<
Assignee of
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Send for circular. Prl
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For jialu by J. H. KLAIU.
J. 8. RHODES 6s CO.
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Wc never had so complete a '
stock of Lawns, Dimities, etc.
All the new late patterns at
12 l-2c. You would surely take
them ior quarter goods.
40 pieces new Batiste Lawns |
at 8 l-3o, sl\ould be sold at I2ic.
New stock of Imported Organdies.
'
See the new Linen Suiting.
It's coarse weave, verystylish.
Shirt Waists!
In addition to our large stock
of Wash Sh'rt Waists lots of
new stylish ones will arrive
dai'y.
I S-BtetMCli.
i 1 c i - ! : f i rn : s: i: n (; c. oods.
SUMMER GOODS.
Jewell's Refrigerators.
While Mountain Freezers.
Gas Stoves.
Gasoline Stoves.
Portable Ovens (or Gas Stoves.
Rubber Tubing tor Gas Stoves.
Ice Shaves.
Ice Picks. .
Water Coolers. ?
Water Cooler Stands. 1
Lowest prices ior only first quality j
ioojs.
NESBITT & BRO.,
1312 MARKET STREET.
^>Ul'LTUY NETTING
In one. two, three, four, flv?
and i Ik font width*. Any Quantity .
you want.
tiLO. IT. JOIIXSOX'S SONS, I
1210 Main Street. 1
ENDEL & CO.
Some One's
Losing Money
When these Rockers can bo
sold lor
1 $4^
It's not us. Wo
bought t It c in
right. l'ivc-1'ly
*a Miiho^aii.v Hack,
M, inlaid with rare
S^fiSatl ami expensive
w colored woods.
Ik Kmbossed Icathv
*pL tr seat Arm
^^^saggrcliollcd to seat
Willi bronze
steel rod.
el & Co.
FUCK ?F rUMnil UKB.
GOUT.
t of fiiilirt
[ill STREET,
elow original cost, as cash
/e offer as special induceline
of Dining Room Fur>oards,
Extension Tables,
s at 40 per cent less than
c of goods can be shown
Furniture necessary for
at greatly reduced prices,
ct goods and prices.
J. K. TT ATiTI,
Alex. Frew, 1117 Main Streot.
|W11>G| The only safe, sure
reliable female PILL
nil I Q i ever offered to Ladies,
H11 I A especially recommendI
IIbIbVI ed to married L&dles.
TXOTAL FILLS and take no other,
ce 91.00 per box, 6 boxes for $6.00.
1CAL CO, - Cleveland, Ohio.
WALL PAPER.
wauTpam
The Largest and Finest Line of
WALL PAPER
A>D
ROOM MOULDINGS
\t all prices, from the cheapest to
he finest Special attention given
o contract work.
JOHN PRIEDEL & CO.,
1119 MAIN STREET.
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
S8J issa. 1S96.
SWe have the largest and
best selections of.
85 Wall Paper .
? Room Mouldings
Krer shown In thiscity. A ?porl*l
' line of 'Strloo* m ''.imhuianoiu''
cartlcd only t?y u* A full Uuo ul
Varnished Tiles....
^ for bath room* an?l kiichom Otir
price* *!H?y#Tirr
??u Decorating 51 vox
gg Work guaranteed.
2S JOS.GRAYES'SON
mm No. 26 IwclfUi Street. j
&\ I
HAMMOCKS.
HAMMOCKS.
\ Urge line of Hammocks from 50c
o $3.00. Call and see our $1.09
Hammock.
jARLL BROS ., Markot^sfroo".
i>asi; bau. oo<ms. croqi'kt.
1> hammocks. koot iiai.i.s
All of the I'onnlnr MARnxIm** and
Paprr? up t? ??t?\ IIikjks and Stationery.
lUxpcl Hymns In thdr
vorlou? stylo. ....
C. H. QUI7VT3V.
np:.i I'll Mnrkot Strcot.
G1RBA.T FACILITIES FOR THE
J POOMPT COMI'LKVION i?F OBIWKS at
rHKlKTK1.I.ltiUNCtl;J0Uril.NriNUUma?
v j
ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY
WE LEAD!
Let Those Who Can Follow.
PHIOB LIST:
Standard Tomatoes, per can r
Standard Suijar Corn, per can 4 c
Fane? Illinois Sugar Corn, por can c
California Apricots, per can l j.,.
California Keg Plums, porcan i j.r
Table Peaches, per can 10
Apple liutter, porcan It) c
Oil Sardines, per can- :j c
Mustard Sardines, per cau 4; ,
Fresh Rolled Oats, 12 lbs. for 'Jj (Fresti
Oat Meal. 12 Ibi. for 2.?
Mail Pouch Tobacco, per lb *S ,
California Evap. Peaclioa. por lb... c
California Lvap. Apricots, per lb... s
Freah Ginger Snaps, per lb ;> c
Fresh Lunch Cakes, per lb i; c
Fresh Lomon Cakes, per lb ,
Gold Uust. por package. Is c
Star Candles, 8's. per lb s <
Carpet Tacks, &oz., por box 1 c
Clothes Pius, per dozen 1 c
111 i - m ~? n.
Aiianuc m uo.
REAL "2 STATE.
REAL" ESTATE BARGAINS!
Lot. ?|j!? i^jXlSO feet. on South V..rk
street at near Ohio ?
Building lot? In Za lie's Orrhard a'dditi'>n.
size 2T?xil'? feet. at HIT' This is high ground
l-room house No. 13 V? rrnont str? <t, utar
Front street, price fl,.'? *>; easy term*.
10-rooni bri' k hous-- ??.i Fifteenth street,
lot SO-foot: prlc- M.vV'; ;i bargain.
Lots at Echo Point at Sir.) awl 01 each,
on weekly payments or $1 and $1 50 u week.
No taxes. n<? inter- ?t t?> pay.
Money to Loan?jaw to JS.ttO.
ROLF db Z^SlTSTS,
Jcl t No. 1 Fourteenth Stro< t.
~ FOB SALE. "
c-room frame house, bath, hot at. i '!
water: also liouble frame house, 4 ro< r.3
on each aide, with all necessarj . buildings,
suitable for two famihe;- J .
gase.s. between Seventh and 1-J.
streets, east hide of Market St.; lot a._
le? t. A bargain at $3,800.
House, lit room.-, large center hall- with
modern convenience?, and larce i No.
:X?? Chaplin*.- St. Cheap and term.One
of the lincht houses in l'ark * - v.
7 rooms and hv 11; hardwood tlr:. ~
one aero oC lund to same, at a
J2.3J0.
House. 31/?Dm 8, In Belvedere o .
terms easy. JtfX).
I-ois on Llnd st. and McCoIloch st. I-ast
Wheeling. J100 to }ll" euh.
House. 0 rooms and hall. Market street.
Centre Wheeling, cheap, Jl.JJA
Splendid rWag. site for dwelling. !f'h st.
Sitlendid Dldg. site for dwelling. Hth st.
House,rooms. 24th st.. IMOj.
House, it rooms and hall, with all modern
imuruvcinvuui, vuuuuuv o?, vw.ii
Wheeling. K.MO.
House, 7 rooms and ball. 16th at.. C.TOO.
House. 5 rooms, 13th st.. 11.400.
House, 2 rooms, in Belvedere add.. P&L
House. 14 rooms und store room. M^:a
St.. near 21st st., lot 44xl~ ft.. {3,iM.
House. 7 roums. hal and largo lot. 14:S
St.. H.M.
House. ? rooms and 6-roomed house la
rear: lot JOxiso ft., isth st..
House. 7 rooms, brick, with hall, Jacob
St.. Centre Wheeling; cheap. J2.3W.
House, 6 rooms, brick, Eoff st., 5th ward,
t2-6<X>.
House. 7 rooms, N. Market St.; cheap,
*1.330.
t lots on Llnd st. Belvedere, C3 each.
House. 2 rooms. Wilson bl. Centra
Wheeling: easy terms. *530.
Hous*. 4 rooms and attic, Jacob si, $tl?
ward. Jl,450;
NESBlTt & DEVINE,
Tel. 613. 1753 Market Street.
my^<
BONDS FOR SALE.
We havo 'h' few rare good 5 per cent
bonds. secured by Ilrst mortgage on business
property, in this city, principal and
Interest payable in gold. Wc can recommend
them as the best bonds that have
been offered In this city foe years. Perfeet
in every. detail.
SMITH & DICKINSON.
EXCHANGE BANK ItUIMHXCi.
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE
A very desirable residence ana business
property, corner Main ana Tenth streeu.
No. 61 Fifteenth street. 7 rooms, brick.
No. 161 Sixteenth street, lot S0xl20 feeu
A tine residence In Pleasant Valley.
Nos. 190 and 192 Seventeenth street.
No. S Kentucky street, 4 rooms.
7 storerooms and 2 dwellings renting to*
S1S100 per month, corner Market and
Twentieth streets, pays 12 per cent.
No. 9 Kentucky street. lot 3?xl40 feet.
A tlno residence on Virginia street. AU
modern convenience: price low.
No. 232 ChapUno street, large brick
building.
No. *3 iSth street. 7 rooms and rtabl*.
No. 190 17th street. & rooms and stable.
Lot corner Main and Sixteenth street.
No. 121 14th street. 7 rooms and bath.
No. 1?03 Chapllno street. 7 rooms.
No. 1313 Chapllne street. 9 rooms.
Lot on Main St., tatween 22d and 3d Stk
3 lots on North Wabash street.
No. SI South Broadway, residence of J.
E. Httghes, Esq.
Lot *"'Xl30 North York street.
Lot No. 20 Indiana St., 7 rooms, mod^ra.
No. 27 N. Wabash St.. f> rooms, cheap.
A tine lot in Pleasant Valley.
No 13 Vermont street, 4 rooms: lot 25x108
feet; Jl.fcv.
The Bloch property on North Main St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
RINEHART & TATUM.
The City Bank Building.
Telephone 113. ar?2l_
DRUGGISTS.
?ASH: ayori?
vassal
SI?E THAT YOU GET IT.
THEKK AUi: IMITATIOXa.
PICTURES AND ART MATERIAL.
S*J>UliLET& '
rocket Kodaks, Films ard %
general Moo u? Photographic
Supplies.
NICOLL'S HRT STORE.
rj:\< MAKKfT ^T1' K T
MACHINERY.
J^KDMAN ^ CO.,
GBNERAL MACHINISTS
And Manufacturer? of Marino and
t>iationary Enslnis
mr \viiki l is.; w v* .
Experirabtil and Model Work for IbtmI irs.
fclMlrlrand Nrrb??lr*l InOrnMrfet U*
v t.vi?*cji ctr^ur
Instruments and Small* Macliln^rjr
or i.vrky ! h air iox,
lay 19 40b Multltlivlil rin?l?uis ?, I'?

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