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* -" -ggjB' 0L0TE1 imps ,\VIk> has boy* to olotlie Srcatcst sale of Fine CI ic public. Wc carri^'ovcr from Suits, all tiiie'^ooils. Wc our New Spring Stock, counters, ah'J fiavc divide LOT I?t^onsists of Suits. You can come in ;$^ Which does not covct of these stiit?v' LOT 2?Consists of $, choice durin&this sale ai . Mifc; vD a s All sizes fr^ni 4 years A word to thru' *vise is sul M. gjjtp KeUll Department. CARPET WHI r^jjCarpel llIs 111 I Made'af best s 'II X w Ill B 1 hcibfi w is g r | handle.^ i |G. Me n\: "2 '. TO BE RIGHW TO Daily J* Intellicfen ? /) X* : .o?. .(Ml ALL THE NQVS ICii SiSBd In TBW Orters at > ^ pho 5r*<|v Dr. Ppa r \ ^<2 Tb?r ? * 4 aolat, S?"*WfrVh?ri Tor ml* by CHAB. R. OOfcarftE. r. STATIONERY, BOOKS/STO. Reduction in 3y n ^ _ v-repe raper. We have juit rsiiivec large stack of the I American Crepe Paper mi which we guarantee to full length. Thi* lot goe 12 CENTS PER ROM. ? ? Q7TRLE~ BROS 1 7^0 pounds * '3^ Blank Be Opened to-day, Including all <**?" So Mem.' to 110.00 Led*er. ? 2 < A full lino of LETTER noOKfl In best Parchment Pa Dec Always tho largnftt stork ai?<l i< prices. . ' STANTON'S ^4; \ TA LENT IN K8, l*| V FINE ANT?T:n At n-ho!e?H|r mid flail. promptly, Pjtpr>r? nnd Mugnzl'jwui llnhera' r?rl? #?. < Holinnl mji'I M Un?<iw? Uook i. Rtjiitoncr>'. ?J?spel 14) a. H, av/iMBr tut UUtUlkUUl Nt?-M. OUTKA.Hn* 00. f IN THE CITY will be interested in this sale, the tildren's Clothing ever offered to last spring'about 375 Children's do not wish to put them m with but have placed them on separate d them into two lots. $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 Children's and take your choice at 5.5C). the cost of the material in most 3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 Suits. Your t 1.25. to 14 The best ones will go first. ERcient. 4AN & CO. Main and Twelfth Streets. PS?0. MBNDBL A OO. rwhios X Dc. 3othes Whips 5 c. spring steel wire. Carpet Whips Clothes Whips 24 inches long, ood handles and brass ferrule, ^laranteed not to come out of the mrlpl R/. Pin '11VIV1 WW Wi) 4 MAIN STREET. DATE YOU MUST HAVE THE icer, ICED T0??? Ten Cents Per Week. FROM EVERYWHERE. > > j* Once by Postal Card or Teteoe No. 822. j? > :ry woman akli, Moithlf, r?c?UtiDK ntdleiia. On If t&4 irapiknUkiiNl. If/iaviaitkabiamil _l OIIU II 8 rciiHjrujfli r ud MrUla In ranlt. Th? * aaalna (Dr. Patl't) 4 bap. i, 91.m. Addma fjul mbdicub u?? ClavaUad, 0. ornor Market and Twelfth 8treats. mrl merchant tailor. C. CALLIGAN. uKJi? Suits. ? 'tjft $4 Pants. *Bt O Made to Vour Older, ft C. E. CALLIGAN, Jj ! ^ AGENT. Aj from PHOTOGRAPHY. riNO $1.50 .* PER DOZEN j* $1.30 JWMt Cabinet Photographs. Higgins' Gallery. 3RE $1.50 j? PER DOZEN > $1.50 mio. MVI.KS' ART STUDKK llltrfl a PhotooraphffflES? Ill 9164 MHIN ITRilT. Under eminent scientific cont APE The Best Natural Relieves the kidneys, unloa bowels. CITY GROUND \Vtt* tlie Subject ol Consideration at the iMeetlng ot THE REAL ESTATE COMMITTEE OfCo?ncll? ll?ld I?aat XI|ht-TU? EuUrUIuIok C?n of i'alek and H/lvli, Clf jr Ttumlit Wlio Had Their Trouble* Adjudicated hy 111* Committer, (Jraatly to . the DiKomfltui* of the Former?Xewr I<Miei for Clljr Pro|i?rl>-. It was a lively and entertaining meetlng of the city council committee on real estate that was held last evening Chairman Schmidt presided and Mayor Butts was present and aided the committee materially by his suggestions. w. --<.1 <u tat?? committee of the last council The feature of the meeting was the trial by the committee of the contention that has existed for several months between WillUw Falck and W. H. Sytvis, city tenants, who occupy ground on what Is known um the city <uramonA, east of Alley C. and north of Tenth street. Falck and Hyhlc occupy adjoining pieces of city property and for a time lived beitide each other with a sufficiency of harmony. Several months ago harmony took It# departure. Just what killed It has not developed to the satisfaction of the committee, two atories that vary widely being told by the opposing Interests. However there is no doubt that affairs huve been decidedly lively and Interesting up 0:1 Alley C. since the poor rhlng was laid to rest. Sylvls. it a*ems could not stand the abuse that he alleges was heaped upon him, and erected a ten foot fence on the supposed dividing line of their properties. Soon after this occurred Sylvls wanted to put new weather-boarding on his building, but found it necessary to occupy Falck's yard while doing the work. Matters had reached such a heated stage that Falck declined to allow Sylvls to place a fool on his premises. The result Is Sylvls ha* his weather-boarding yet and but for the action of the committer last night It might have been fated for kindling wood. JJoth Fali-k ami Sylvls were present. The latter took the tt*nir and recounted for the edification of the committee the various act* of discourtesy of which his Teutonic neighbors had been guilty. He wound up by saying that he deniHtnl?*d protection. Then Mr. Falck had his Inning*. Although. according to his prefatory remarks.he lias beeti In this country for thirty-two years. h!? accent Is like that of a r?cent importation from the Fatherland. He mini he was entirely innocent of any of the "spider" work against his nelghl-ors of which he had been acruv?d by Chairman Schmidt, of the committee. One point mad" by the opposition hud been that he had laid a drain so as to fill Sylvia's back yard with foul water from his premises. This was the occasion for Mr. Falck's great effort. Said he, (minus the dialect): "Gentlemen, did you ever see water run up hill?" On behalf of the committees. Chairman Schmidt acknowledged he had never "heard of such a thing. but was unkind enough to odd that the ground did not lay as Herr Falck would have the committee belief. Finally the controversy came to an end. It was shown that Falck is occupying: thirty feet of Rround while his lesase only calls for twenty-two feet and Syhrts has but forty fee* though hi* lease calls for forty-eight feet. Mr. McFadden's motion that th? dividing fence be placed on the lines of the leases, that Sylvia be allowed to Weather-board his house, and that Falck's rental be Increased from $10 to $15. was passed without dissent. Altogteher rt was a very unpleasant evening for Mr. Falck. The committee consented to the transfer of the H?ase of George W. Cramer to Andrew Bcheil, providing the consent of the former is had. Then the committee discussed the renting of city property In general, and it was shown that a very loose method has been in vogue for a number of years There Is no plat of the city's property, most of which is situated on the city commons. sa*t of Alley C. snd north of Tenth street. It was said that some tenants are ocoupylng ground who have not paid a cent's rentl for years. Mayor Butts added his testimony and recommended that a plat of the public property be made. It was decided to delay ordering the plat until the ordinance committee shall have placed the city engineer on salary, as Is contemplated. In the meantime. It was ordered that Clerk O'Brien, of the committee make a tour of the Allloy C. district and ascertain who are occupying city ground, nnd notify all that on April 1. new leases will be executed only when arrearages of rentals are paid up. Council t'omnilttera. The council committee on accounts has been called to meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock. A call has been Issued for a meeting of the council committee on ordinances on Thursday evening. March 22, at 730 o'clock. In Clrrk Itubrrlion'i Office. Yesterday. In Clerk Robertson's office marriage licenses were issued as follows: Missu Ct aw ford, widower, aged fiftytwo years, and Ouilthrlm Keffgen. widow. aired forty-three years, of Wheeling. , vmftrm Lyman UOUK?. n**-? ??u . u ml Tlllle Gardner, aj<ed twenty-six yours, of Wheeling. Transfers of reul estate were recorded as follows: Deed mad*' March II. 1SJ)7, by William Kroneweth, nr.. and wife to Margaret Kroncweth. wife of William Krone, wcih. Jr.: consideration. $640: transferrin;; lot No. 4:t, in Jonathan Zane's addition. Deed made February t6. 1SH7. Uy J?. cob and Caroline Zlmtncr to William Ebb; consideration. $1,050; transferrins: north one-half of lot 41. In Joseph Caldwell's addition. In the Sixth ward. TllOl'SANDS sink Into an early grave for want ??f a hot tie of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. This great remedy would have saved them. "TIIIC: Wheeling A Lake Krlo Hallway ivlll Rrant to all purchasers of tickets reading to N'?w York and points west thereof a stop-over of ten days :it Washlnfltiwi. U. C. Se?? WheHJ lug Si Lake Krle railway agents for ! full Information, or call on or address l It. 10. Lawrence, general n?ent Wheeling Sr Lake Krie p*'lw.iv. City Hank 1 building. Wheeling.^ W. Va. CAflTOntA. rol, NTA" Aperient Water. ds the liver, and opens the Alf APPFAL To Sfeinbirs of L'ukxh .keprcMuUd In Cli* Trkilii mill !>* Wur Aittmkly. To the membors of (he labor unions represented In the Ohio Valley Trade# and Labor Assembly, ladles and gentlemen: J Dave what I firmly believe to be a Just grievance or claim of $43 ajralnat the amembly In Connection with lab??r day. August 2H, 1890. 1 appealed to them October 11, 18W, and proposed that they submit the matter to their arbitration committee for decision, and It was so ordered. The committee referred It back to. the amembly, refusing to decide It. Thereupon the assembly tabled the subject 1 have several time* since appealed to them to submit the matter for a final decision to the secretaries of any three local* which they might name, or any other Just plan which they should prefer. They have persistently refused, and I warned them Sunday, that the next appeal would be to you. Nevertheless, they answered, "no." I therefore, respectfully request you to Instruct your delegates to hereafter advocate a Just and fiiul settlement. 1 herewith give a brief statement of facts, and If yoft will accept them as true and desire an investigation, l hope you will grant my request in the Interest of Justice and prudent unionism. About July 18, J89rf. the chairman, P. C. Darby, of the music committee of the Trades Assembly, enjcaiced the Opera House band to render the concert music for their picnic, August 29, labor day, with a distinct understanding and promise from me that Mr. Kurner, a member of the band, should not play unless he be vataiv a. lucinwci vi mc rauiicis umvii. they, the painters having protested agulnat Kurner. Thereupon Kurn??r agreed to Join, paid the Initiation fe# of 15, and at the next meeting, August 10th. waa proponed and refused admission (black-balled). About August 11. without a word of complaint or explanation to me, Darby dropped the Opera. House band and engaged the aecoud band. Melster**. On August 16th, the above facta were fully explained with corroborative evidence by Painter George Biggie. F. SChnepf and tnyaelf. to the aatembly's general oommittte, when Darby merely stated that he could not rem*mb*r the contracting transaction. On August -3rd. I again apj^-aled to the general committee, calling attention to the fact that Kurner and I had complied to our uttno* to the reasonable limits -if the agreement. Also the inju*tlce that would be done the sixteen union men of the band. Nevertheless, after my departure the music committee was Instructed to engage the third band. Mayers. And since that time I have heard that the painters had protested against the Opera House band, but the painters very emphatically deny the charge. On August 24th, I accepted an engagement for part of the band for the convention at the Opera House f >r August On August 30th, 1 sent a communication to thp assembly explaining th* matterdeducting from the asembly's contract price of S66. the amount earned at the convention, US, leaving. In my opinion, a balance due from the assembly for breack of contract 143, which I hoped they would pay. If not I promised to use all honorable m^ans to recover the amount. I am prepared to prove fbt above statements with go<?d wKne*s?a under oath. Hoping my request wW be granted, I remain truly, J. H. FISCHER. Manager Opera House band. ? FECIAL MEETING or tha Ohio Coanfy Hoard mf Commitilaniri thlt Afirruoou. Thl? afternoon. at three o'clock, h special meeting of the Ohio county board of commissioners will be called to order by Clerk Moffat, presiding officer ex-ofllioio, owing to the death of Mr. Dobbins. The meeting Is called for purpose of selecting a member of the board as president, and it is assured that Mr. H. P. McGregor, of Madiaon district will be chosen, as be has no opposition. Previous to the meeting the Republican members of the board will meet in caucus for -the purpose of deciding whom they wil support for the vacancy In Clay district. There are now nine candidates as follows: Joseph 8peldel. Henry Baer. Harry L. Wheat. Charles E. Van Keuren, Benjamin Bachman, W. H. Haller, James P. Maxwell and John MoKee. Have Jolued Porraa. Prosecuting Attorney W. C. Meyer and City Solicitor Frank W. Nesbitl have Joined forces as law partners. Each will conduct the office to which he has been elected, but they will mutually share their law practice. !.att oftlie Old Frllotri. Yesterday, at the Vigilant en*ln?* house. Harry Chew replaced John Heifer as plpeman. Heifer was the lam of the old force to retire. At It Again. BALTIMORE, March 15.?Captain Butman, of the steamer Bowdcn. from Jamaica, reports having passed the steamship Laurada on Wednesday last off Watllng*s liland. about 200 miles from the Cuban coasj. Her name had been painted out, and'ahe was steaming slowly In the direction of the Cuban coast and a large number of men could he seen upon her deck* by the Bowden's crew. luipnitfIon 0|m>iivi1. GUATEMALA CITY. March lS.-The exposition was officially opened to-day by the government. It will be opened to the general public on April 10. WHY continue to pas* your nights in scratching and your days in misery? Dean's Ointment bring* instant relief, and permanently cures even the worst casea of Itching Piles. It never fails. 4 WE move piano.* carefully. Both of ?" Iu?a>? Willi I1? I our ;rw?Muvu ?-.v? year*, and ought to know how to move piano*, and they do. Our prices are the same as others. P. W. ltA I'M ICR CO. 1"!0 Market street. ROSS T. CHEW'S Wall Paper Store Is.open In the evening*. Burklm'* arnica Mnlvr. The beat calve In the world for cuts, bruises, aores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chllblalna, corns and all akin eruptions, and positively cures pllei, or no pay required. It 1.4 guaranteed to give perfect satlafactlon or money refunded. Prloe 25 centa per box. For sale by Logun Drug Co. ROSS T. CHEW'S Wall Paper Store Is open In J he evenings. DON'T allow the lungs to ho Impaired l>y the continuous Irritation of n cough. It Is easier to prevent eonsumpHon than to cure It. One Minute Cough t'urn taken early will ward off any fatal lung trouble. C. R. (ioetz**. corner Twelfth and Market streets: H?iwle & Co.. Hridgeport; Pen body & Son, Kenwood. _ 3 ROSS T. CHEW'S Wall Paper Store In open In the evenings. OLOTHINO-KBA KRADS' KORREC ' ' ' Spring Si HIGHEST QUALITY I PERF Our promise thin spring to all clothing 1 PROMISE FULFILLED! That Is what evei tlclpate your wants and wishes and then mah thought in buying, our one thought In selllr then to meet them as no one els? can. We the scale of facts. We measure every value a result, ours Is a sincere store. Everybody very best at the least possible price. In our 1TY and PRICE are pre-eminent and LOW KRADS WHEELING'S FORK Ml 1319 Market Street, - - HOFBEE BIDES On lUltlmor* A. Ohio Freight Carb Three Wiim'Iux Men Pined. The Miree young men arrested for beating their way, on the Baltimore & Ohio cars at Benwood, on Sunday, had a hearin* yesterday, before Mayor Sheppard, i] and were each fined |G and costs, which I i was paid by their friends. The arrest of V these young- men was preconcerted, the railroad company having telephoned the Bemvood police to lie in wait at Schad's if. crossing, where the train would stop, and there seize their prey. gr Baltimore & Ohio xpecial officer John Short, and two officers were In readiness and as the train stopped, mode the arrets. It was expected that there were more on the train who were beating their way. as Sunday Js a favorite day for people to take free rides. Those arrested were riding in a gondola car. The Baltimore Jt Ohio road Intends to stop train H! beating on all it* division*, and Officer Short represented the company in yesterday's prosecution. The Benwood town council has instructed tl>* police to arrest every tr*sjiasser on thf car3. This is done in answer to rhe complaints of residents along the track*, who are much annoyed by *r< boys who are riding In coal car*, throwing stones at the houses as they pass by. As before stated. Sunday brings a greater annoyance, for the number is surprisingly large then, it will be rather costly for trespasser* on the cars to be caught around Benwood In the futurt. SP1 Till! RIVER. YESTERDAY'S DEPARTURES. Parkeraburg.BEN^HDR. 10 P^_m. SlstersvJIIe...Kirm. ??:*? v. ClarlriKton ...LEKOV, 3:30 p. m. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. Cincinnati....KEYSTONE 8TATE, S a. m. -wPittsburgh.. .HUDSON, f a. m. Parkeraliurif.ARGAND. 11 a. m. Ma tamoras... LEXINGTON, 11 a. m. I Slstersvllle...Rl'TH, 1:30 p. m. ('faHnKton....LEROY. 3:30 p. m. = BOATS LEAVING TO-MORROU*. Charleston...KANAWHA, 8:10 a. m. ? Plttsburgh...BEN HUR, 4 p. m. mr Clarln*ton....I,KROY. 3J0 p. m. Tf Sluternvllle...Rl'TH. 3:30 p. ra. i*1 Pittsburgh...LORENA, midnight Along the Uh4Id(. The marks at 6 p. in. showed 14 feet 10 Inches and falling. -Weather, cloudy and warmer. River Tdrirami. OIL CITY?River 6 feet 4 Inches and fulling. Weather clear and cool. A I WARRKN?River 5 feet 9 inches. Clear and c<?ld. GREENSBORO?River S feet and stationary. Clear and cold. Adam Jacobs due up and down Tuesday. PITTSBURGH?River 10.4 feet and falling atthe dam. Clear and cool. Pri STEUBEN VI LLE-River 14 feet 4 inches and falling. Weather clear and <nk>1. Up?Princess. Down?Raymond Horner. Twilight, TOm Dodsworth, Ben a Hur ;uid Keystone State. Taj PARKERSBURG?The Ohio river 18 ^ feet 3 inches ami falling. Cloudy; mer- y cury 85, Down?Valley Belle. Up? ' Hudson. Little Kanawha falling. Local* t-j on time. p Captain Harry Mendel, and his mother. .Mrs. George Mendel, left last night for Taylor. Texas, where quite a Wheeling colony is located this win- A ter. = THERE were large crowds yesterday at the afternoon and evening auction T sales of the Jewelry Store of Sheff Bros. JL The sales to-day are nt 2:30 and 7:30 P. m. m FOR earache put a couple of drops of Thomaa' Eclectric Oil on a bit of cotton and place it In the ear. The pain will st*?p In a few momenta. Simple enough. isn't It? ^ 1 ROSS T. CHEW'S Wall Paper Store Is open In the evenings. TO dispose of quickly, we offer a vary (j nice upright Kaukauer piano at a bar- ? gain. Owing to the recent deat-h of her father In n railroad accident, the owner wishes us to Fell the piano for her. It Is finished in dark mahogany, and can be seen ut our warerooms. F. W. llAUMBR CO. fT] 1310 Market street, II irn.ii. SWEENEY?At the rfaldencp of hi* dan*bter. M". John Gamble. Elm dmvp. W. V*.. on Monday. March u til 1S?7 ut 7:10 o'clock p. m.. JAMES ? HWEKNEY. In the Md year of hi* upp. Funeral notice hereafter. ^ PLANT?At Washington, D. C., on Sat- j ?? urday. March 13. 1897. MRS. MARY PLANT, aged 87 year*. C.J Fnm'ial notice hrivaftor. UNDERTAKING. = LOUIS BERTSCHY! M (Formarly of Frew & Bertschy.) x l-'uncral Director ami Arterial Kinbaluier, $ till MAIN STREET, EAST SIDE. 4 Call* by telephone nnnvvrred day or 6 night. Store telephone. 635; resident*. &06. OPTICIAN". j fC IF VODR'EYES:,;^^^^: llX'Ht V \V? have appiired thp HprvlcPM of Mr. II x W. KwrH, of Cleveland. Ohio, as ortolan. V and ran gunraiiiPi' satisfaction to our cup* A toni'-r4". O Dillon, Wheal & Hancher Co. i tx - . aSrii ... m,:. jjg BB08. ' _ -y.-^l mOTHIN6| AltS. I ECT FIT! LOWEST PRICES* | juyem: A HOPE REALIZED; A v *y tale we make means. We an;e the price Irreslitable. Our one J JB ik. It to And out your wants and M weigh every word thoughtfully In -tl > we put before you carefully. Ai NS known just what to expect; the. -S new line of Spring Good*, QUAL* , ' PRICES predominate throughout, -^j BROS.. 1ST CLOTHIERS - Wheeling. W. Va. " ^ clearance sale. ; BLOND'S j learance Sale i v' ' %& OF-? ;n's, Women's, ?ys' and Girls' SHOES. fh Grade Calf Shoes, pointed toes* regular 13.50 and 14.00, for $2.50. ?nch Enamel Box Willow and-Pat flat Calf Shoes, cut from 15.00 and 18.00 tt X $3.85. SCIAL?iCO pairs Ladles' fine Kid. IJttV ton, hand sewed, square, round ?*d sx common-sense toes, sizes 34. 3 and 3ft, reduced from ?00, 0.50 and KM to j $1.69. YTblond. I PLUMB IN O, ETC. ! UMBLEUUTZ COMPACT, j SUPPLY HOUSE. > I Plnmblnr and 6u Fittlof, Mum and Hot VTxler HuUnr* 'uU Line of the Celebrated?? snow steam'gu*j*a K.?C?.Wty^l. ROBT. W. KYfL?~ ' tctica! PInmber, Gas and SUarittto, I 1155 MARKET STRBET. ? . VGu and Klectrio CbaadiUan. Ifliiw, Ud '' * lor 0*? Burner* a ?prcl?lt?. mt3 i <: ITILLiiil HARE & SON."" ~ ! radical Plmnfc$& i G'A9 AM) STEAM wiPJffM. No. 38 Twelfth ^rij?, 1) Work- Do?? Promptly at WUJJAMS TTPBW^ratt, he WlamTl^ ";f 'ypewriter <? Prints like a pms, and.yoo can see every letter and every word .; the moment printed. The Intelligencer uses and tec '< ommends the Williams. J? ?, QPP & DEVORE INSURANCE. r ~ ~ - ' ' -? [TLB "INSURANCE, f Jljou fmrctune or le*ana?iil estate lure me liite in?ured br the heeling Title and Trast Co., NO. 1315 MAitKKT HTRttCT. M. RU88KL1. L. r. STIFKL President Secretary. . RAWI.INU Rl SI.VGMfrON*. '? Vice President. As.'t Secretary. g 45. R. EL (ilLCHHlsT. Kxemlner of Titles. $ 4.17 : 777, j Wedding | invitations. I > 0* 0*0f Examples of New Styles X can be seen at our O Counting Room. Call ? and see Uiem at + + 4 Intelligencer, f ? o*o?o*o?o#o^9#o?o ^