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I THE INTELLIGENCER.
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I THE INTELLIGENCER^
WIIBCU.\G, APRIL ?,
b?ttafor KtUlim on Ai?rrte?n Shipping.
p The xpccch oi Senator Klkln* on his
fil bill lo siinuiiatt* the American merchant
marine is the productUuf of ,1 I
; student. k scholar, a man of affair* j
| and a practical statesman. a rare combtV
nation in our public life. It ia an organixed'speech,
havlnic a foundation care;y
fuliy I.iM. h superstructure a .4 carefully j
? erected. and all according to a well con*
fe veived plan
- It la a speech packed with information,
T afl*r the manner of th? Republican aenIf
ator from Wevi Virginia. It la one of the
I' ; characteristic feature of a speech of,
Senator ICIkina thac Its statement* ot j
fact may be relied on.
In? dlscunaing American shipping. ex?.':.
capt coaet.viae uir Internal. Senator EM
kin* diacuase* something which hardly
exist.?. Thin in, douotieg*, way xnm Rio- i
$ect has attracted bis adoption ami
I';,- arouaed him to its championship. It is
p>.. true, as Senator lUklns says, that in
view of out* relation to the rest of the J
?/; worii. the United States should be the |
K leading commerce and meratine power of (
Ki t?i?v world. This is exactly the position
tv we do not occupy
pV Not only is It true that many of the J
e-.:- most important ports of th? world are :
h-- never entered by a vessel flying tht I
V , American fid*. but it is also true that in j
K pur own port* th^ American nag is not
fjy the caumoiu'st sight. except in so far a*
|i; it applies to our coast and internal com???
merce. We have the products to carry.
tr awing out and coming oin we wf/f. ??
our own ships only about one-tenth of all
i tve buy and sell. Wo arc paying JS00.(KK'
a' day to foreign ship*, which command
about nln<Months of our carrying trade.
It la unnecessary to arsue that it 1s
worth while to keep aa uiuoh of this
money as wo can in our own country. If
? ' pru4?vnt statesrnansbfp can dpvlse a way
to keep one-half of this vast Kum at
home. It will d ? the country a great ?err-1.
vice. The question I*. How shall this be
done?
Srnnior Rlkin* propo-j*s to do it by re;
turning to the policy of discriminating
*' "? ?. u-irh decided succei* in
j?7- ' QUiir?, . ...... _.. .... 4
th* early history of the republic; Thh is
a polio* pursued by <?r?mi Britain f??r
>;' nearly two centurion and adhered to imtil
thought .herself strong enough to
go ahead without it.
f The bill offered by Senator Klklns projr.
vides an additional duty of ten per cent
to be levied on ail Rood* carried In veaI'.
?ela not <*f the United States, and In case
of the Importation of commodities on the
? ireo list, the duty of ten per cent is to be
(*, added. Of course the object of this discrimination
la to make It worth while for
'American capital to construct and operate
American ships.
" This Idea carried into effect would give
i* a tremendous ship-building Industry,
h-\ acting to work thousands of American
f-ss wage-earner.-. and this, no doubt, would
jfe put new life Into American industries
m which s^??m to have no relation to the
m> ship builder's craft. The numey we pay
f;. out to foreign ship owners for our carryf
5ng trade is money sent away. Paid ou:
t; our own people, it would be. money
H kepi In the country and so continue to
? form a part of our effective capital.
The stimulation of our carrying Irade
j' In the way proposed .thould be part of
K our recognised and established national
economy, (live us ten y??ar* or mc puncy
proposed by Senator Klkins, and the
| | A?nerican carrying trade In the main will
the butincM of American shijfs. It
P will be a glorious thins: for Wept Virginia
r, it onf* of her senators shall be instruM
mental in hringin* tins about.
A Dlmippoliifrft Patriot.
Th^re a re others, but thus far Col. Fred
I X>. Grant is conspicuous as a disappointed
patriot. He desired to be ambassador
j' . to Germany, but tfie had other
views on thb* subject. Then It occurred
ti? him that ho would iik<? tr> be once more
minister to Austria, a? he was under
i HnpriH,in
The President did not see his way clear
to ?cnd Col. Grant back to Austria and
offered Ulm a very honorable position hi
assist ant secretary of war. In declining
this tender Col. Grant added, "regretting
that I am not to icrve your ndmlnls2
tr&tlon, f?<r which I worked earnestly."
The nature of Col> Grant's service Is
not publicly known. He may be sup
posrd to posted on this jrubjeat. Tho
ton'* of hla telegram of declination allows
that he Ja not only dlflftpftolhted, but
mmr.
Thft republic If not ungrateful to Col.
Grant. lie was hardly out of the military
academy before ho was put on the
ataff of General Hhrrman with thf rank
and pay of lieutenant colonel. If ho had
ever rendered-any service to.the Hepubilean
party to-entitle'Mm to be made
minister to Auatrla, that fact waa not
| publicly known, lie had no claim whatever
on the nmhaHiiidortfhip to Germany.
At prescrvt he hold# the position of police
eommlwHoner of New York at a Mai*
i ary of 16,000 per year. Thla position, a*
well aa that of mlnhter i > Austria. ?va.*?
g probably *lven to him bccaipte hu was
v" -v -V ,
K>).
M; '.
the ?on of his father, a claim that cannot J
be u*eil t<x> frequently without being
worn threadbare.
<>.1d Mr. Ifjktltf*
Mr. llalley. the Texan who ha: b-en
made the Democratic leader In the house
of representative*, declined the President's
Invitation to join his colleagues of
the way* and mean* committee at the
white homo. An Invitation to dine with I
the President la one that no American
declines.
Mr. Bailey called on the President after
the dinner to explain why he declined tho
invitation. He never wear* a dress *uit
and did not denlre to be the only man at
the table not clad in the conventional
evenlpg garb. The President told Mr.
Bailey that his gue#ts were weleome In
any garb that pleaded them.
When Mr. ijarland wa* attorney general
In the flint Cleveland cabinet he
tried to make some sort of a virtue of
w^arine* thr? ?eiili(tiati evening irarb.
He probably thought it nai a good way
to play to the gallerle*. Perhaps Mr. Bailey.
unmindful of the eclipse Into which
Mr^-Ciarland has pasaed. took It Into his
head to try to conciliate the popular
favor In a similar way.
There la no special merit 1n being an
odd fellow of the Bailey sort. A more
modest man would fail In with custom
rather than attract attention to hla dress
by reason of Its peculiarity. A pood artlI
cle of'common sense in a very good thing
to have In this great world of ours. Mr.
Ballsy would do well to s<*e If he cannot
And ? serviceable second hand .article of
thls'sort.
' Vhlraco'i M nyoraHy CouteM.
The Chicago mayoralty content is very
much mixed. A voter who cannot find a
I n? ?uit him miiat be very hard to
plea?t*. nut ft Is to be noticed that while
everything- eK? is split up, the DemoCi4t?^fcm
standing pretty well together in
upport of Harrison. ?on of that mayor of
Chicago who was assassinated.
Itepnblirans have their regular nominee.
hut they have also taken up with
various aide Issues, much to the delight
of the Democrat* Harrison Is AUgeld's
man, and Harrison'? aucces* will be AltI
geld'* .lucre*.'.
The state of Illinois repudiated Altgeldlim
and was thought to have stamped
It out. Will the city of Chicago galvanlxe
the hideous thins: Into new life?
The prospect Is in that direction.
Til* Taplonimt Hal.
The movement again the high hat In
places of public assembly .prospers. It
has been helped very much by women.
Thoughtful women do not wear the big
hat In *uch places. Women who wish to
se* and who arr willing 10 give other
IXN?pIe the sam* chance now make it a
practice to uncover In the theatre.
Not only this, but many of them are
doing all they can to make their Inlluence
felt on this line. We hive almost reached
the point whftv it 1s vulgar f<?r women
to wear big hats in a plaoe of public en
teriainment.
\Vtien wo get quite ro this point no
ivotnan who thinks much of herself will
appear In a big hat. Th* legislation of
society Is much more potent than the legislinMo
oI legislators.
If Sangullly goes hack to Cuba to engage
In sanguinary exploit.* he need not
be sanguine of the further promotion of
the United States. American citizenship
doe:? not mean that sort of thing. There
is more than a suspicion that Cubans
havp clothed themselves with American
cltixcntfhlp for the purpose of being protected
In warring agains; Spain.
If Mr. "Wana maker were to drop out
of Pennsylvania politics a considerable
Keystone Industry would be destroyed.
Mr. Wanamaker is the hope of many of
the boys. That Is to say, he i* some
ui?? rtf a fcj] CA(n count-u* in politics.
Surprise 1.4 expressed because Mr.
Cleveland'# movements are not minutely
chronicled as of yore. The little "ex"
makes all the difference In th?* world.
That every ureal man must enduro at
some time In his life.
The Turk knows when he is having fun
with Europe and otherwise enjoying
himself. At present every day Is a holiday
for him. He la not thinking of the
day of reckoning.
The Moslems mutilate the dead and
wounded Christians In Crete. The fleets
of Che Christian powers are there to protect
the Moslem# In their national game.
Colonel Fred D. Grant should cheer up.
n*uim nrtminfatmttan will he a success.
even though ho continue to bo one of
Ntw York's police commissioners.
Wjwn we begin to protect the headwater*
of our rivers the fl<rods will not
come so often, and when they do come
they will not be 90 destructive.
Presently the Barter bonnet will blossom
in all its springtime loveliness. A |
sweet face under an Easter bonnet la a .
Joy forever. I
When Senator Elkins talks he says'
something. HI# *peerh cn American
shipping is a condemned text book on tlila
question.
HOW TO FIND OUT,
Fill a bottle or common kJiusk with
urin<; and let it stand twenty-four hour*;
a sediment or settling Indicate* an unhealthy
condition of the kidney*. AVh^uj
lirine stain* linen ft Is'positive evidence*
of kidney trouble. Too frequent dfairi*
to urinate or pain In the hack. I? also^nvlnoing
proof that Hie kidneys and bladder
are out of order.
mi at to no.
There in comfort In the'knowledge
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
ffnamp-Itoot, the great kidney remedy
fulfills every wish in relieving pain hi the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and'every
part of the urinary passage*. It corrects
Inability to hold urine and scalding pain
in passing It. or bad effects following u.*e
of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes
j that unpMiaani necessity of being com
pel led to feni lip many tlm<? (luring tne
nl?fht t*? urlrmte. Tho mild and *lr?* < * '
iraordlnary effcol of Swamp*Root I'iWP
milled- It wand* the hlghort fHr li*
wonderful cutfi of the moat dlntrea.-dnp
cnncn. If you ntitd n mtdicfhe you should
have the hen Wold by driiKaiHt- price
fifty cent? nnd one dollar Ypu may
liavo a ^amr-lo bottle and pamphlet b??th
tent frm by mall. Mention the lirtclllgrneer
and ?end your ad<hr?.'/"? to Dr. KIImev
# ro.. Hlngh imton, N. V The proprietor!
of thl* paper guarantee the m nulnen?S4
of thl? offer. :ip#tthr&w
$3,400.00 !
As follows:
4 First Print, uch of $100 C?*h - -1
SUB*:: i nifflBSfir*
CashmdPrlzasglumaohmonth I
Total glv8nduringI2mos. IB97, $40,
RMKb
.fill, "hht ioit roippiiiT ii??? '? _
tlfcoT NAME OF DI8T?tOX-_
? - ?wV?rk Niuir c.NM<.f? h<">-?:
Q Hf*kly?. /st*j ??4
PrHBBylV oilln?_l?rl*wur?-1 <?*??*"
I ?tfT# T*h* SiTw Kwwiaml Mmir?.
f?lo, lloaton ?nrt >f*w York. Pitted withiitrtford
Tirwi, Fint Niekl# Ijuho. N*w I>?n*rtur#
U?U. SundirJ C/olouwtwr. ?ad Hunt I,*c?K*ddla.
FREAK LEGISLATION.
Aftermath ofn Wnvr of Ahaiirillty. Iiiil II
Will Prm Orer.
. Pittsburgh Times: Never in the history
<>f the United State* bus the legislative
function of the state been so tampered
with by freak legislators* In the hope of
enacting grotesque anil ridiculous measures.
From New- York to Colorado the
bills Introduced have been so absurd aa
to excite humoroux comment, although
the sponsors of the different queer measure*
nave been a? serious as deftth Itself.
Some of thin movement is tht aftermath
of the wave of absurdity which culminated
iu the vote for Bryan and his impossible
doctrines, while worne is the ?utj
cropping of the norma! absurdity that
I forms a part of a government ruled by
popular suffrage, in which the crank has
1 the same voire as the philosopher.
I But It will pass away without Harm,
Ijuid leave the-sky clear for.anotber
period of year*, until thi* xarae school of
forces can bunch their ffortH a;alii. and
a/rain come to the nurfac. There Is
nothing inor" useful to n republic thun
thorough discussion and ventilation of
every Idea. By such proce-** the pood
I will be shown to t>t? pond, while the hopeI
lean. half-djge?;ed theories that pass for
wisdom while they remain obscure are
speedily seen when they pa a* beneath the
light to be farcical and impractical.
legislation In the long run ! ? along the
right lines. Ilutnnn effort Is In the right
direction. Clearlnjc the ground of fallacy
Is n duty fully as important a." establishing
the truth, f<-?r removing a fallacy
establishes a truth. When that
prince of freaks. Bryan, arose, the land
( became filled with schoolmasters who de1
lighted In ventilating his absurdities, and
I who have destroyed uil hope for his
! stripe. Freak politics and freak legislation
are pretty nearly done for another
| season of years.
JapilieirirtlloiiMt.
Louisville Courier-Journal (DenO:
The Japanese commission appointed to
investigate the currency made a report
I from which, enumerating the effects of
I free silver, we quote Article
I "Art. 3. Light burden of debtor* and
taxpayer*.?It it quite an advantage tu
I everybody to borrow money and pay it
after a declin-. The borrower having
| more purchasing power and pays in
I money with lea* purchasing power." .
i Away down the chapter we find Arti&le
I 10:
I "Art. 10. The dlsudvantages to crediI
tors.?Tli:.'* la Just the opposite ease to
I that of debtor*.
And yet the J.tp.mese people, in the
face of thU great "snap" for debtors and
fine opportunity to swlndl- creditors, deliberately
c.? to the gold standard. They
have forfaited all rcspeet that our own
free silverltes ever had for them.
l'reaclicd to n FtnUh.
Louisville Courier-Journal: Here is a
dispatch from Vincennea, Ind.:
"The Free Methodist ohuroh of this
city, was the scene of a disgraceful affair
at the Sunday evening services. The
Rev. Mr. Front, the pastor, has be?>n
greatly disturbed lately by rowdyism
committed by-.young men, and Sunday
night he severly rebuked these offenders.
William Hogan challengM the worthy
divine and a fistic encounter endued. The
pastor walked down the aisle to quiet
Hogan and the latter knocked the
preacher down. A woman undertook to
weparato the belligerents and was also
knocked down. The pa?t.>r ivaa badly
used up, but proceeded with his aermon.
llogan escaped arrest."
It Is understood that the Rev. Mr.
Prout inte.ids to preach his sermon* to a
finish if he h?u? ro go to Carson City to
do it.
K?tr Indnilrf ( harltrril.
Special Dispatch to th# Intelllftncer.
CHARLESTON, W. Vs., April 5.-Secretary
of State Dawson granted a certificate
of Incorporation on Saturday, to
The William 8. McDonei Company, conferring
the right to manufacture, buy
and poll brooms, brushes, whisks and articled
>f a kindred nature. The principal
place of business named is Huntington.
The authorized capital is $25,000,
$10,000 of which has boon subscribed and
I i>uld up. The *hare* ar* of the par value
! of $100 each and are hold by the incorporators,
all of Huntington, us follows;
William S. MeDonel, one share; Sarah L.
McfJonel, forty-seven shares; cJeorge A.
Dempsey. fifty shares; Willinm O. Wells,
ne phare, and Wot son F. McDoncI, one
share.
AMERICANS arc the most Inventive
people on earth. To them have been issue.!
nearly tioo.ooo patents, or more
than nne-thlrd "f ;?ll the patents Issued
In the world. No discovery of modern
years has ber?n of pre a tor benefit to
mankind thin Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Keme<iy, or n;?n i
done moro to relieve pain and suffering [
.1. W. Vault a. of Oakton. Ky.. says: "I (
have used Chamberlain'* Colic, Cholera ;
and Diarrhoea Remedy In my family 1
for several year.-*, and And it to lie the
best medicine I ver used fol* cramps in
the Ktomach and bowfcls. For sal*} by I
druggists.
IF you have ever seen a child In the !
agony of croup, you can appreciate the
gratitude > ( the mothers who know
(hat One Minute Cough Cute relieves
their little; one* as quickly as It Is administered.
Many homes In this city art!
never without It. C. It. Go'etse, corner
Twelfth and Market streets; Howie
& Co.. Bridgeport; Pea body & Sou,
Hen wood. _ 5
S?v? Your lilfa
By using."The New Great South American
Kidney Cure." This new remedy
is a great surprise on account of lt? exceeding
promptness In relieving puln In
the Kidneys, Hladdorand Back In male
or female, it relieves retention of
water and pain in punning it almost Immediately.
Have yourselves by using
this marvelous eurr. It? use will prevent
fatal consequences In almost all
cases by lln great alterative and heal:lpg
power* Sold by H. H. List, druggist,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Fi.ATirr.KNCK In cured bv HEECIIAM'H
P1LLH.
DON'T allow the lungs to be Impaired
by the 'continuous trrltatUm of u
cough. It Is easier to prevent consumption
than to cure It. One Minute CuUKh
Cure taken early will ward "fT any
fatal lun? trouble <\ It. (Joetr.e, corner
Twelfth and Market Street*; |tow|.?
V. / .. .,-14- ?... P. w....
i or. vw., i ii nijitjivi i, i inuuu) u ?'""i
I Hen wood. 3
AND GIVEN FREE
ES EACH MONTH
m Slight
m WRAPPERS
RULES.
I, JCmrr monthdarmir 1J????" Mb of
pritMl Will ? fi'llow?: , . .
- , . ? T!i? | <,omin?tli?r who MBaaln 111*
KPwJWjy| Nexl f.nr>r?t NwwlMPr*, o* ?"irv
-~jr/ uonifmra ?n# ?Jl*na in wnleb lh*f
' Karh -'f? 7'pn-r*'
38S4fir jf i i option t Udy'? urf?nr ri.in PI?C?
ggrififi lafe'ffep.
!?'f Inth? J
Next I,rural Number* of waptu frvm th*a??*
SMfii VbiVfitSVZidSwtn
{Hioo*tjkl|'?or omlw" Ool?i Wticb, pnj*l?
?? J*'
fur <jdo month'* willt* put Into tha oeiU
3. Competitor* who obtain wrapt**r* from nnaoM
oaplndftaWaat'ick will bo <ll*|tuilillud. Kmpl?ja?a
Itf Ufir flrothura, l.td., aort ibvlr famiilaa, arada*
barrwd from cowprtin*.
4. A printad ilal of Wlnnara ioCompatitor'adUtrlot
irttt balomtrdad to OompoiUos* ut about Ul daja altar
aacb lumtvtUloD rloaaa.
a. Lmr Brt.rhora. I/d.. will andaavor to award tha
pnraa Uirly Uilbe boat ol thnir ability and judgmaiii.
butttlauadaratuodtliat all whoooin|?ataa*ra? to Mc?ptth?award
of l**fir brothrra, l.ld., aattnal.
t.F.VKlt BROS., Ltd.. New York.
iiehbSSrf
Last week Wheeling had within her
gates for a few hour* quite a distinguished
(scientific visitor in the person
of Prof. Albert Schumann, of Han Diego,
California. Prof. Schumann came
to Wheeling: from Sistemvilie. where
he was the guest of an old friend now
located there. For the i: year he ha*
been in Germany and was the friend
and companion of Prof. IloentKen, the
dincoveivr of the wonderful catfyode or
"X" ray tii.it ha* created such a furore
In the scientific world. Coming to America
recently he has been engaged In
the work of wettiuK up cathode ray outfit*
in colleges and universities. "He had
been engaged by the manager* of the
Nashville exposition to net up the largest
cathode ray outfit yet constructed
but it now develops that Nashville Is
not to have this as one of the attractions
of its expof./tion. for w$rri was received
recently that the factory In Germany
where it waa constructed has
been burned, together with the app.tr
atus that was destined lor ."vasnviue.
$800 IX GOLD DROWNS A MAN.
At the burning of a steamboat on the
Hudson river many years ago, many of
th?* passengers were drowned. Among
the bodies brought up from the bottom
of the river by grappling was that of a
man known t<? have been an excellent
swimmer. Around his waist was a belt
containing nearly $800 in gold. That
told the story.
"In old and chronic rases of Indirection
(dyspepsia or gastritis?it is all the
.same) the sufferer develops a great variety
of symptoms and often dies?poisoned
by the products of his own torpid
and inflamed stomach. His food, instead
of being digested, and so furnishing
strength and physical substance,
ferments and putrefies within him. The
chief process of life Is arrested at a vital
point. The more he eats the worse
off he is. And yet unless he can be fed
he must also perish. People do so die.
dally, by thousand*, but we doctors seldom
have the moral courage to give
the cause Its true name lest we should
be laughed at for our Inability to cure
j?o 'simple' a thing as Indigestion Simple?
Why. it is the capstone of all complaints?and
the mother of most of
them."?So writes a famous Knglish
physician.
Some of the symptoms alluded to are
these: Loss ?>f appetite; distress after
eating; heartburn and palpitation; giddiness;
foul taste In the mouth: the
rising of nauseous acids and gases into
| the throat; furred tongue; spots bej
fore the eyes; unaccountable weariness
1 and fatigue; sluggish circulation:
weakness And nervous prostration:
j constipation or diarrhoea; discolored
nkln. etc.
The sufferer's friends often advise
mm to cneer up; <'' inm? u? .ri..
argy and rut freely. Bail advice. He
knows hotter. "No." he ftnswer*, "1
cannot: my food does mt n? good." lie
In right. Food now Is gold In the spent
?wlminer*s belt.
Take light nourishment, followed Immediately
bv a dose of the Shaker Digestive
Cordial?a new and radical
remedy discovered and prepare.I by the
Shakers of Mt. Lebanon. N. V ? the . ssence
of medicinal herbs and plants cultivated
by them alone. Then continue
with It. Relieves at once and S'?m
cures. Pleasant t" the palate and
adapted to all constitutions.
Trlat bottles?which prove Its merits?at
ten cents. For sale by nearly
all druggists. m
"THE: Wheeling & Lake Erie Hallway
will grant to all purchasers of
tielr.1. readinc to New York and
I points west thereof a stop-over of ten
days at Washington. I). C. See Wheel*
Ing & Lake Erie railway agents for
full Information, or call on or address
R. E. Lawrence, general agent Wheel*
Ing & Lake Eric railway. City Hank
building. Wheeling, W. Va.
Brooklyn. N. Y.. Pec. 19. IRfw;
| Messrs. Ely Bros.I have used Ely's
! Cream Balm a number of years and find
1t works like a chnrm. It has cured
ine of tho most obstinate ease of cold
in the head lit less than forty-eight
hours from the time I felt the cold coming
on. I would not be without It.
Respectfully yours.
2*3 Han St. FRED'K FRIES.
Cream Balm Is kept by all druggists.
! Full size 50c. Trial sire 10 cents. We
I mail it.
ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., New York
| City. m
"Ifnw In Cure Alt Skin
Simply apply SWAVNE'S OINTMENT.
| No Internal medicine required. Cures letter,
eczema,, itch, all eruptions on tho
face, hands, nose* etc., I^mdr the skin
clear, white nnd healthy. Us great healing
and curative powers are possessed l?y
no other remedy. Ask your druPKixt for
SWAYXi: S OIN'TMKNT. IDL.U
A fAPffe/19
me wui mica? av>A?w
Or unpopular (roods imitated?
No.
Becausc it isn't worth while.
Therefore the extensive
counterfeiting of our labels
and capsules is the strongest
evidence ot the merit of our
"Canadian
Club"
! Whisky.
Beware of these counterfeits,
and write us regarding
anything which you suspect.
The quality of v. |
f | | intt I
"VAlirtUirtn V.UCU
is always fully maintained.
. . Imitations arc always
Inferior.
IIIRAM WM.KKH A SONS, l.lm'd,
WalkervlllCt Canaill.
For name* of dealers
ItandlliiK the gcnulno
whisky apply to u?.
"For Sweet Charity." ;
Grand Concert ;
]
* * BY J? . V
*
"Musical ;
Wheeling";
t
TOR THE BENEfIT OF THE S
r
Intelliaencer's i
--- / SJ U
Hydrophobia ;
Relief Fund. /
This event vnit no cumht he tTn- occasion
of one of the lar??*!?? audience* ever i??*en J
In tho Grand Op*ra Houae. Th? object Im -7
ono that han called forth unsolicited the
aervfeca ot tho cream of WhoHlnjr'n mu- V
aleal colony, and the humHnely Inclined
Wheeling public will put rife stamp of '
their approval on thfa noble movement.
On the programme aro these well known
names:
MRS. NELLIE SWEENEY PALMER, r
MRS. Pt.ORA WILLIAMS. 2
MRS. NKLLIK WAKKKN HOLLOWAY. I
MI86KH NELLIE EGERTER, BEIt- |
THA SCHULTZ and TERESA PHIL- '
LIPH. 4
MR. CHARLES Z IT LA UF, \
MR. If. W. HUGHES. , * J
MIL W. B. DAY. r
MR. H. C. SWEENEY.
MR. FRANK W. NE8BITT.
MR. R C.DARRAH. I,
THE PHILHARMONIC QUA RTEJT. b
(Prof, Srhockey. Prof. Blumenbers, Mr. ?
Furbwr and Mr. M?y?r.) d
THE ROYS' CHORAL CLUB.
WHEELING AMATEURORCIIB8TRA. f
THE OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA. 1
Etc., Elc.
GRAND house;
d
Tuesday Eiening, April 6, i;
c
8 O'CLOCK. J
A
ADMISSION .... 25 CENTS. *
Camellia Flour. s
Y
OOCOCOOOOO0 T
OOOOOOOOOOO c
GEO. S. FEENY CO., WHF.KI.INr>,
IV. VA? (
Are Agents for the above Popular Brand I
w* of rlour. v*
AMUSEMENT8
?OPBRK House*
S4IIID4Y. 4PRII 10, 4W> S4TURDAY M4TIUI. [
1>. \V. THL'88 * CO.
The Most Sucewful of American Comic
Opera*,
More superb than rvit in Its Sp?n tacular e
Splendor. s
A CIIOUVS OK :a VOICES. k
Mullno" prlyss- 7".. ,V? and ornt*. N Iff lit
price#?11.00. Tf. and .*w> rent# Scat# on
at C. A. Houho's MiinIc Stop- Thursday,
A prll S. ' ___________ ??' *
^ ? RAND ?M'KK A HOUSE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Saturday
matinee, April x. ! mid J" t'os;rove
& (Slant's cbmrdlans in tho rollicking mu- ,
?*lcal farce comedy. j
TIIE DAZJZUER.
Moro <laz?Itnx than \?-i A Rrrnt ciiftt.
coinriltnnp. ?lNjrrrt*. Ofincr* Nl?ht jtricrs. ^
l.'i. X> and ,'<V. Maiiiur prh'f-t, 1.'. j.'i 3
a nri h p.*<
DRUGGISTS.
What You Want i
rlood rrKipiRRs.
I ?I8I N*KK(*TANTS.
fil'LPUl'R CANDLKS.
CHAMOTS SKIN'S.
SPONGB& OOI.IJ 1?A1NT. 1
R. H. LIST, main?st.,
J^VKItY DESCRIPTION OF
ItMOK, .ioTl. NKW8P\W.W
AND I'UHTKP. PUINTiNG
Done al roftnonnbto rates at
THE INTKLl.niKNCKTl
JOB PRINTING oKFU.'K, ,
lb Mini C7 Fourteenth Street
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
? to it Af; r. -von MERChanpjh k and
J KnuHi'htjJd Koo<lf, at 1311 Main *tr
S
17011 WENT i UOOMH. HF:<V,\7)
c floor, V.'4tnr, both all in?x|#fn
onv?M?l?ncr?, jirlvuN?. 'A Kourunnth
trf'.'t.
[7()l N D A KM A LL COMMON V (- ll
L* LOW dojr. Owner run hav? *arr,.- h'v
nyiUK iulv?rtt*lnic chargf.a. Inqulr* ?
ntclMgftic-Hr oflU'p. ?,)4
LMVO COOP 8AL!3MKK '.VAMKh
with extensive a?(jualn<an< ^ amont
lUHlneM m?r?. Al>l?'y between : and 11
I. VV1LLIAMHON, Hotel Wln<l?<.r
-i
LIT ANTED"* A LIVE, KNKROETir
man to Hell und collect In u K^od
ountry town n?-ar Wheeling; alco 1 man
r?r WH<'"Hwr ami vicinity. Call on or *h.
n*M TJIK KINOKR MI'O. CO.. 7" Twelfth
treet, Why-'HtiK. W. Va. ai>?'-tt .
? ALK8MAN?110 1>AII.Y M AI>K. KKl.i'
^ 1NG our machlnea for cooIIiik r?.frj*.
rutors: fUUIUnUjcd 75 jjiar cent c>)*-ai?*r
hurt Ice: clmruwJ like a storage hatterv
;w?pn perishable artlml^rfnft?*iy j,,!
emrmtlblc, everlasting: every own*' 0*
ra/rlKTAtor buys them; exclualv* ag?nl
lea clven good men. Andres* H'-ado
pra, ARCTIC RRKRIGKRATOR CO..Vin.
I n rial I, Ohio. n p*?
^totice.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Voman's Hospital Association *111 h* km
t tho Hospital on Wednesday, Apnl at
:30 p. m. A full attendance Ik desired
MRS. MARTHA J HARE,
apfi Secretary.
i NOTHI R NLW cirui,
* NAKED RICC.
Fhked Rice for breakfast prepared
in one rpinute. Digestible, Delicious,
Nutritious.
TLBBRT STOLZB & CQ,
it?P LADDERS.
WHITEWASH BRUSH.
And all House Cleaning Imfiementi.
ii. r. BiiiRiss co.,
2217 Mirlcet Strut.
! ?* *0
> ? ROILED 4
MAOK.BR.iaii 4
In Tomato 8au?e, at .
HUEBEL'S GROCERY HOUSE. *
2251 Market Street. A
> ? ? ? ? O
Uioo REWARD.
One hundred dollars reward will be pan
5 the person*, or persons, recovering :h?
odjr of William Fallo?r?.-, ?ho wai
rowned In. Wheeling creek. between th?
larket and Main street bridges on Friay
night, March 5.
mrf MRS. WM. FAU/U'RK.
IR. W. S. HUTCHINS
Has moved his office and
residence from 84 Twelfth
to 910 Main street.
kTOT|CROF DISSOLUTION ! tr-.
3l NKRSHJP-rNotlce is hereby given
uat th?? co-partnership between the un irslirned
In the wooden box busing. nf-r
the Arm name of "The Acme Hot Romany."
carried on In the city of Whwig.
West Virginia, has been dissolved inspiration
of-the terms for which sueh
copartnership was entered into an4 nt
incer exist*. The undersigned F. J. Park
rill continue the business at th* aam?
lace as that formerly occupied by :h?
n?* Cnmno nv. and h<? Is tlon*
uthorlzed to cofiect the drbt.i dt;* ?vi
it? co-partnership. GEO. B DRVDKN,
. F. PARK. April S. iw:
stockholders* meeting.
ORK MANUFACTURING COMPAXT.
A meeting of the ntockholdfr* thi
ork Manufacturing Company will be h?I4
n Tuesday, An?ll 50. 1??, at on* o'clock
. in., at tho office of Hubbard A Hubbard,
:o. H2l ChapUne ntreet, in the ".:y of
?*hrellni?, W. Va? for the purpose of
?? a board of director#, making by-Uwi
nd trannactin* any other business which
lay arise.
WILLtAM M. LIST.
R A.McCABE.
NELSON C. HUBBARD.
J. I>. CT'LBQRTSON.
C. W. JEFFBRS.
ap6-ll Corpnrarp.-y
Combination Sale.
INE VAlLtr STOCK FARM,
DILLOSVAl f. OHIOTUESDAY,
APRIL 13. 1897.
4". ITrft'1 Horace.
'" UMd Tor??v Cattlff.
GO Head Hoga.
Sale bodni Km, Hogs soli flrst. No
ostpom-ment.
All trains met with frco hack. good
nd come. \
O. B. ONG. Proprietor
apG-d&w Di Hon vale.' Ohio.
FOR SALB.
New 11-roonlod dwelling on Fifteenth
tr#?rt.
Dwelling Pleasant Valley, flnwt location
i Ohio county/
Property corner Front and Virginia
treets. fronts 114 feet on Virginia.
n Front street. Very desirable location.
MOLDING I^)T8
The very host lots at Pleasant Valley;
nd It does not cost a fortune ff> buy on*
Splendid Jot North Front. 40x4"*. high
nd desirable in rvery rospect; cheap.
Belvedere lot?. Jiw to
WO for good lot on Jacob street, over the
reek.
G-. O. SMITH,
Exchange Bank Buildinq.
)uarter-Day
ixtended * ? ?
--MUTUAL
Savings Bank,
1521 Market Street,
JNTIL SATURDAY, APRIL 10.
This want that ?ll mone> deported ea
or brfore that d?% will *S??re in th* J"1*
f>i?idend. Ihe Him* a* II ilf??K>*it*<i
April IM. l)*pn%i?ors rerehc-f p?f 'est
a tc?r on their quarterl* hiiamev
STOCKS FOR SAU.
10 shares Bank Ohio. N alio
15 .shares Riverside Glass Co.
HOWARD HAZLETT.
UCIMWI BOV HIH0K5.
JOCKS, BO,MPS AM) ISVCSTMWS.
* CHRLE BROS. *
ilank Books,
umcc ouppucs,
Stationery, Etc.
Liion aiARXcii'i1 ?'r;
A CfcUfcralrr's IMaMM*
rENNYRSYftL PILLS
\m D 'MfeMrV f??r " " M. r7?"!T
A. U Mnr. IM?"T. "
loUbj?ilUv?t.'. ?"*.' 1 * _
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