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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, April 06, 1897, Image 5

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CHILDREN'S CLOTHINI
We Are
With the largest and best si
Apparel ever brought to this
KOK HOYS l'ROM ,( Tl
liave the newest and most d
REEFER SUITS, ETON
SAILOR SUITS; BLOUS
SL ITS, Itandsoniely made atui
{ban other stores ask for infei
FOR BOYS FROM 8 TC
desirable Plaids and Cheeks,
season.
si'its for young m
the fashionable tailors to sliai
in up-to-date stvle.
WE IIAX'M SOLD a gr<
Children's Suits at $2.25 and
Some choice ones still left, bi
want to share in this bargain f
M fillTM.
MAIN AND TWEI
REAL ESTATE.
Houses and Rooms for Rent
No. 70 Indian* street. 7 rooms, Jls.Ov.
Office rooms Hlbherd BulUIlm;.
: rooms No. 1118 Morrow ?ITc>.
SUWb rear No. Go South Broadway.
No. WO Main street, 8 room? and bath.
No. in Thirty-third street. 5 room*.
3 rooms corner Indiana and Krlo streets,
110.00.
: rooms corner Twelfth and Market Sts.
No. 90S Mala street. 7 room* and Oath.
No. 133 '/.ane street, 9 rooms.
No. 97 Ohio street, 5 rooms.
No. K03 Chaplin* street, 8 rooms, bath
*iid laundrv.
No. 1049 Main St.. 6 room*, second noor.
No. es 6. Broadway, 7 rooms and hath.
No..W 8. Penn St., S room* and bath.
No. 1011 Main St.. storeroom.
No. 127 Fourteenth St.. 7 rooms and batik
No. 121 14th St., 7-roorn dwelling.
No. 66 Zane *t.." rooms.
No. 9$ Ohio St.. 1 rooms.
No. 17 o7th st, 6 rooms.
No. 96 Ohio st- S rooms. 17.60.
Office or sleeping rooms, Lute Building,
furnished or unfurnished.
Storeroom corner J3-i and Market sts.
Nos. TM and 246 Market St., stores and
dwelling.
Nos. 1245 and 1347 McCoilorh at
Houses and Lots for Sale. Money to
!.n*n on City Real Estate.
RINEHART & TATliM,
CITY BANK BUILDING,
T?l*phnn?8lil, Room No. It.
FOBr IR/ZEZETTT"
fr-itiert homes trail. Pleasant Valley,
i' house*. 12 rooms $23 go
- - ... ?- % ^
NO. 141 mxteemn street ? ?
No 33fl2 Malu atr<y* t> ?o
No. 4o? National Road 9 00
No. 71 Seventeenth street, 4 room*... JO 00
4 rooms on Alley In rear of 120 Fourteenth
street *00
No. 14?) Main street, 4 rooms 14 00
No. 2207 Chaplin* street 35 00
No. Kit Main street, 4 room*, both
KR*** - 15 00 I
No. 23.) Main street. S rooms, both
cap-s furnished, for 9 00
No. 127 Fourteenth street
No. 6* Seventeenth street, both Kases. 17 <0
No. 1.13 Fourteenth street, both Rases. 24 Oo
No. KC2 Main street, store room, both
cases 17 00
No. 3.T7 Main st.. saloon and 3 room*.. 20 GO
No. 34 Sixteenth street, store room.. WOO
Residence Rdgington Lane. 11 rooms,
t acres ground, 200 fruit trees ??
No. 2504 Main street 9 00
fialoon in Martin's Ferry 16 oo
4-Roomed house. Crescent Place 7 (rj
3 houses near Manchester Coal
Works, east of Mt. de Cbantal....|5 each ;
3 rooms Selbcr'. property, on Wheel- (
In* croek 5 00 I
No. 2342 Market street, blacksmith
Sl'aHle rear of German Bank.
FOR SALE.
(" round 110 feet square on Twenty-seventh
street, with bulldln** thereon.
Residence on Jacob street for 11,100.
No. 23)7 Chapllne street. $7,000.
Ftv?-roomed house southeast corner of
Sllxabeth and Twelfth street, ll.ioo.
Real estate of every description.
JAMES A. HENRY.
R?al Estate Agent, Collector, Notary Pub11c
and Pension Attorney, No. 1612 Main
straet. , . apu
FOR SALE?" I arc AT NT *
W.&00 buy* residence on Fifteenth, between
Eofr and Jacob streets. Ten rooms,
l?ath. attic. Very desirable.
5-room house on Virginia street, between
Tork and Huron streets, cheap.
7-room brick house on Thirteenth street
on *a#y term*.
6 rooms, bath. No. 29 Vermont street,
at a low rtenr?I^ita
on South Huron street on easy
terms.
I-arjce lot at ]>&th?rwood, size 50x252
fe*t.
Lot* In Pleasant Valley in Seibert'* Garden,
sizes SO, 90 and 100 feet front, on easy j
Urm*,
I,ot In Greenwood and Mt, Wood cemc- I
ters at a low figure.
Money to loan~fX>0.00 to 5u.0flp.00.
ROLF & ZHNE,*
__ No. 30 Fourteenth Street.
TPr^XP. O.TnTCTT1
?j_ WJLV -*.V ' ^
TS Zwne atreet. f? room*, house, stable
and store room 09 00
4? South York street,-7 room*. bath
room and atahle 0"*
H> South York street. 7-room bouse.. 18 00 :
K Ohio street. 5-room house... i? oo'
3121 Koff street. 5 room? 13 00 .
91 South Front *tr*el, 7 room* mii*I ;
bath 25 00
J room* on Market street 35 00
Store room* and office rooms.
Mone/ to loan on city real estate.
FINK & BRAUNL1CH.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Thone 6*7. 1143 Market Street.
* FOB SALB.
House, 9 rooms and hall, lot 41x175, North
Main street, cheap.
House. fc room*, lot S4xlT2 feet. Market
str??-t, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
}3,1/0.
flou*fi, 4 room*, brick, and stable, El|h*
teenth htr??t, ||.iCm.
2 lots. 5oxl5o feet. Thirtieth street, 1100
men; Sjj caan. balance in one year.
House, S rooms, hall and laiK?* lot, l?lgh- I
le?ntb utrrtft; rhcnp, on very easy term*.
On* of the bint corner lota on I.lnd street
f?r |375; one-third cash, balurn :e In unu and
two yearn.
'ornrr lot on Cherry street fo;* f 175; one. j
third Imifcnc*' In one and two years. |
l.ot on ?"berry street for llfiO; one-third
rash, balance In one and two years
T*o houses on Main street, near Sovonth
nlrrft; , heap; on easy term*.
House " rooms, brick, Hlxlecnth street,
terms easy, X'.JAO.
Hplenrilil building slle for dwelling Tour*
tw-nth itr?*et and on Hixteenth street.
House R rooms and 4-room house In rear.
Fifth ward, terms easy, $3,200.
The I.ainli property. No. 2009 Chapllne
street, cues p. terms ?nny.
House u room*, Jacob street; between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-lifth streets,
< lieap, $1,100.
2 lot- on Jacob street. North Iienwood,
l2fA each.
Mouse, ' rooms, Elfhteenth street,
yjf) will buy a nl? ? lot fronting on I.lnd
street; one-tnlrd cash, balance on easy
iwi win Ihjv n *00*1 two*roomed liott?e. j
fronting on (fhapline Mrcrt, near Tenth.
v..r. ?-iu Imv of 2 room* on Wilson
tii't. Centra WhoHn: 1100 caali, balaneo
In riht.
I.nt- on T.inrl rtr?et. Cljerrjr utrpft an<l
M>1 olJoch hlri**jt nt from |50 to $300 cacli |
>:" / form*.
Money to loan on '-|tv fnl rutrt*.
NESB1TT & DEV1NE, '
No. 1739 Market Hli eet. (
>?M. flUTMAv A OQ,
t Ready
ock of Children's Wearing
or any other city.
J 8 YEARS OF ApE, we
esirable fabrics made up in
SUITS, JUNIOR SI'ITS,
jE SUITS and MIDDY
1 trimmed, and at lower prices
ior goods.
) 15 YKARS, all thp nobby,
which are so fashionable this
EN that would put some of
me. The right goods, made
rat many of our last year's
$3.50. Easily Worth double,
nt don't wait too long if you
.. 1 cf
VllOkt
" - ' *
AN & CO.
LFTH STREETS.
PMffll
HIT Bvery ingredient in ]l |
HI Hires Rootbeer is health jlp|
HI giving. The blood is|j^H
improved, the , nervcsli^B
soothed, the stomachlj^H
^Hbenelited by thin dcliciousl^H
I hires!
K! Quenches the thirst, tickles H
the palate; full of snap, sparkle ?
and effervescence. A temper* W
Wj ance drink for everybody.
W Ma4? talj kf TO- ChariM C. Rim C*? nU4?!jW*.
V a mui? >?>w it# iniwt. 1
WHISKIES.
T When you send for a physician
and he prescribe* some whiskey, ' 1
you should get only tho VERT i 1
4 BEST. < ,
| Klein's Dv? i:
j Silver Age "7" ;;
^ hns stood the test of years, and It * *
Is recounted os the PEER OP i >
A ALL WHISKIES. , >
Is Is sold at a uniform price of t
T 91.60 per quart by all Arst-clas*
dealers. If you cannot ?Ct it near { '
at hand, aend to ua for it
I MAX KLEIN, I;
f Wholesale liquors, ' J
82 federal Street, MtlGHlVT, PA. ' >
(pure j
whiskey f
1 you basdly'know what that^meansf
unless yooWe obtained your supply
from our.ftock
. . _ ? .#?or.. DO*.".
Pfhr?tt itOCl. t* yrs.ul4, t.00 20 00 !
I GttMoii. #0 i"f 11.50 l&OO I
Finch, a I , 11.15' 11.00
aib*oQ a -i.oo io.oo
Finch, 5 H ,100. 10 oo
kOT?rbolt. 6 J 1.00^1 a0? ,
! and we put them up'to FULL quarts |
?we carry ouly the fullest line of - j
all grades'of wtues/liquors, cor!
dials,'brandies,'etc.JSend. for a
] complete price list J
^ Old Export'WHcycy?*. (
(j ihf iototid's frlend?l|'? ph?? !
ician's ulanrtby ? the." ftxxj
fellow't checi *? ????
fi.oo full qu?ri???tx quarts
Wf aeod ?ll f?o oidera fret of
ch?r(c to any addrfit. ** JOS
FLF.MINO & SON>
1 WhomsU and Ratdl Orug?i*U,
! MAHKBT ST.. PiTTSBUKU, PA.
Bold ny JOHN KLAJlz. cor. sixteenth
and Market a treets,_WIieeltng, W. Vs.
RANGES-NESBITT & BRO.
rinrlapolU Rannoc
VlllUV* VIIU ??UI?*JV<vf?
NOTHINfi RUT THE BEST
Material nn?1 workmannlilp Mil"** Into tli*j
< -oiixtriM-tlon of ili?* Cin<lcrHln ICnnjrw.
Made In rill Rtylm hm*I *!/? *. With a view
of fiililiifr tic* nioxl critical, at a moderate
coft. Call ami examine then).
Npshit.t &. Rm..
i::tj Mmk't Hired. CHk AfcVnt*
I HALLS,' HOIliJJKS AND PAHT1K8
I >
Himplied wilt* oil kimlH of Plain and Knnfly
J'l-lnliiK. An ?ntlr? New of Haminc*
of Hull Tickets iirxi lnv|t?*
Conn, nt all prlr.'fv.i, at the lMlelli|i?t)cir
Job Printing Oflke, tS and 2> Fourteenth
itrcnt.
X -iJii
Under eminent scientific cot
"APE
The Best Natura
Relieves the kidneys, unh
bowels,
IT WAS TIE.
lloiird of County ('.oniiiiigxioncrs
Do Not Agree Hclntlve to
APPROPRIATIONS FOR ROADS.
Nrniltrri From (lie CuMiitrjr Dlatrirta HljJitfl
(o (lit SmIIui of A p|iro|irf?(loiifl Ile|N?rU?l
by the ltoaila mill Bridge* I'uiumlttre
The Filing ('mm l*ro|Mialttui?
w?? liuuvM Out ? I'lie Aiimini Appro(irlaUuu
OrdlUMirr,
Tho meeting of the Ohio bounty board
of commissioners yesterday morning,
which continued into the afternoon, was
the moat Interesting recently held. One
of the moi? interesting phases of the session
woa the knock-out blow administered
to the proposition to put in tiling cases
and book shelves in the otllceof the county
clerk. The recommendation of the
court house and jail committee for the
purchase of the tiling cases was opposed
} ? vwmiicj I' iwiijiiiciiuauuii HVHI HID
finance committee, which was that no
cases be purchased ut till* time. The
hoard took the view of the finance committee,
not a vote being: recorded in
favor of the proposition wfcen it was
finally disponed of.
Another Important matter was (he section
of the aniiii.il appropriation ordinance
which provides for the expenditure*
of the fiscal year In the various departments
of the county board. The
finance committee brought In a recommendation
scaling: the appropriations for
roads and bridges. Jurft as the other department*
were scaled. I^ils was vigorously
objected to by the country members,
who mustered enough strengthfive?to
prevent the passage of the ordinance.
Another vote wits taken with the
same result and the board adjourned
without having passed the ordinance. It
Is probable that a special tension of the
board wll be held to again take up the
ordinance.
Committee bills were ordered paid as
follows:
Court house and Jul I $ 3*f? 31
Finance 4*:? iti
Po<?r hoiiM* Mild farm CIS 21
Contingent poor fund 1,037 0*>
Itoadn and bridge* till 07
Total W.lToll
Kx-Sh?*rlfr Franashrlm returned county
order* paid by him amounting to
$9,090 03.
So Filing < ?in.
The report of the committee on oourt
house and Jail, which a week a go paused
a resolution to the effect that the vault In
the office of the county clerk be fitted up
with new file cases and shelve*, at a cost
of over 14,000, was received. Mr. Frit*
moved t?? amend by providing for but one
new case. Mr Hare further moved to
amend by striking out tho wfcole matter
from the report. and this amendment
was concurred In.
The committee on poor hoiw and fa?*m
reported the resignation of Miss Bello
GHMlan a* nurse at the county h>?spltai.
This was accepted, to take place when
her successor Is appointed.
The suuerintendent of the Inflrmarv re
ported receipt.* during Che month of
148 75. l(in report of inmates showed a
total of 110, as follow*: While male* 78.
white females 28, colored male 1, colored
females 3.
Th? board ami bridge committee recommended
that the contract for lumber
for the use of the county for the year be
let to James While, a: his bid of $18 50
per 1.000 fee*, for lumber sixteen "feet loug
or leso, and $:'0 per 1,000 feet for lumber
sixteen t*? twenty-two feet long. the contractor
to deliver the lumber, in quant 1ties
to suit, at any point in the county
where It may be needed, without ?xtra
charge.
BUN were opened for medical attendance
And medicine for prisoners In Jail,
and the contract was awarded to Dr. C.
8. Terrlll, at his bid of $72.
W. W. Rogers, Justice, was allowed a
new <k?ck?*i.
County Clerk Robercon petitioned for
a telephone for the accommodation of attorneys
and the general public and officials.
It \vm referred to the committee
on court house and Jail.
A communication was nvelved from A.
r\ Wagner. recorder of the town of Fulton,
calling attention to some dangerous
places in the national road inside the
limits of the tmvn. The matter was referred
to road.1* and bridges committee.
A similar communication referring to
sidewalks. was referred to the prosecuting
attorney for an opinion.
A communication from Joseph CJollner
and Joseph Bremer, residents of Caldwell's
run, called attention to the fact
that Jasper Beall had enclosed twenty
feet seven Inches of ground owned by the
county, upon which he had erected a
stable, to the detriment of the public.
The matter went to the mads and
bridges committee. A petition from citizens
desiring to work out road taxes
was referred to the same committee.
William Keldslng tendered hi* resignation
a* constable for Ritchie district,
and it was accepted. The vacancy was
not tilled.
W. C. Smith, Justice of the peace for
Trindelphla district, tendered .hi* resl*imtlon,
and K was accepted. Mr. Burkci!
nominated J. <Duncan, and an
application wan received from J. C. Marpie.
Mr. Duncan was elected.
Approval of fluiitla.
Honda were'received ami approved a*
follow*: N. Nlckeraon, superintendent
flrKt dlvl"! m of the National road, $2,000,
with 15. M. Atkinson as surely; W. T.
Crummle, superintendent second division
of the ?ame road. $2,000, with F. C.
Bad.v and (\ S.?Tcrrlll as suretl?>-*: John
Korii. superintendent- third dlvNIon of
waim- road. $2,000. with D. Maxwell sure,
ty; John Shorts, constable for <"??ntre
d'lstrlct. with John Cummins and
F. M Church sureties*.
Ivicens.*s were granted as follows: Kim
drove. Fred lfartlelb, John Gamble and
Fette, Amelia Walter, Wheeling Park
AMfioc'lation. John Dolan.
W. It. If anna. looted elected oonatable
for Liberty district, had failed *o qunl'fy
within the tpeelfWl time, and wj*h reappoint'
d.
Thin brought tlie board down to the
npproprlatlon ordinance, reported
from the committee, A Rood deal "f
time was apent over It. and then it wan
? furred to the finance committee. t.? cut
down the mad and bridge appropriation*
and rep irt at the afternoon notion. The
board then adjourned, and the finance
commit too mr?t and put In a ?olld hour on
the ordinance, with the result that It was
r.-ported In the following xhape:
TKIA OKI.I'll I A.
<"*ul
Original. .* I'd.
IJoggf' 11ill. Springer'*
nod Buihlleld'" t 100 00 $ ? ;,
<'|i?i|>el Itiiii mid HprliiKi-v'f*
w? m?i ??r* co
l?aldlev'H ituu t" I'ennsvlvanln
Ktate line.. f?0 in 47 .".0
Middle Wheeling Cn-ek,
lower end ?I0 00 IM ?*
Middle Wheillng r'lerk,
uppfi end l.vi hi II.' ?
Monument Mini Wg
W lieolliiy l?r..ek 1VH?. ttl'.V.
I'etri 'x Run ?-v?iw Ik' .'?
Stone Church ***** ""
Urol.
NTA" '
I Aperient Water.
>uds the liver, and opens the
Vall?y Drove and Middle
WliMllwr Creek 150 00 142 50
Went I'nlon and 'Roney'a
I'olnt 4?i0 00 MO 00 H
l*aidli?y'n liun to Ki'ld'n }
Mlnei 50 00 47 M
Hrown'M Run 100 00 95 00
Elm Orove and Hork*'
Mill 200 00 150 00
McCutclieon'a to Huchuiimii'h
Mill 200 00 190 00
Wheeling and Kirn tirov* 50 00 47 50
UlllcttplH ? Hun to Stone >
Church 40 00 M00
Hteenrod's to Mt. de
(Mm ill 1.1 ir^> <Ml lit? M
RdKlnton Kane to Rethany
moo l?6 25
| 2.715 00 $ 25
RJ CI I LAND.
Grefcgavllle, Clinton ami
Potomac, 1st Dlv $ tot 00 I 070 00
CIihiioI Itun and Sprlnicer's
Mill 60 00 47 SO
Kelly's Rarn and Dement
Cemetery 80 00 47 M
PoRue'R Run 50 00 47 SO
Peter's Run 260 W 237 GO ,
River Road li?t Dlv fioo ?*> 670 00 I
River Hoad. 2d Dlv ISO 00 332 BO I
Short Creek, north fork.. 220 w) 237 50 I
Short Creek, nortli fork . 2iW 00 l!?o 0$ |
Short Creek, main mem. 300 00 190 00
Boone Hedges 300 00 285 00
(J. C. ft P. Cherry Hill.. 75 00 71 25
Hokk'i? Hill. Springer's
and Buxhlleld'H 100 0ft !?5 00
Rrown'* Run ... 60 00 47 50
Olenn'a Run and Cherry
lllll 25t 00 237 so
Rellly and Delanlplne.... 26o 00 ?37 60 ~
Waddle and Warden's
Run 200 00 190 00
Huff's Rim 15O 00 142 50 Highland
8chool House.. 40 w oo
$4.015 00 } 3.811 23 i
LIBERTY. I
Gregjciivllle, Clinton mid
Potomac. 2d Dlv % ttt> 00 * 3W) v*> '
Kelly'* Barn und Dement
V/nrtery SO 00 #7 W
McGraw> Hun to G. C.
& P. road 223 00 213 <5
Rice and Caatleman's
Run 150 00 MS SO
Valley Grove and Middle
Wheeling Crenk 100 00 9o 00
Wheeling, W. U * li.
2d Dlv SfiO 00 237 Wt
T?ong Run to Potomac.. 400 w 3&0 w)
Went Liberty to Walla- r
burn 23 00 23 ?5 '
Uattlr Run to G. C. is P.
Koail 123 00 118 75 ?
GWmn't Run to G. C. & P.
Road 100 00 % 00
Gllinore'n fro*?lng to
Patterson's Hill.. 73 W .125
Rice and Weldman'a 225 00 213 <5
8tuhltlre> to Went Alexantler
223 00 213 ?o
Went Liberty and Harvey'a
123 00 115 75
Went Liberty and Castle- _ %
Minn'" 1M 00 00 I
West liberty to Glrty'a
Point 73 00 71 25
Treatlework to Roger's.. lfio ou 142 50
J 2.800 00 $ 2.660 00 1
RITCHIE. ?
Wheeling and Klin Grovel 300 00 $ 2R5 00 /
Wheeling an.I Fairmont. 375 00 3M Z'< "
Wheeling and Ridge f?0 0i> 47 SO
Fraxier's Run loo oo H6 oo
ChapUne Hill ROW 47 60
I 175 00 $ niD (
MISCELLANEOUS.
Peninsula . .$ isooo $ Hi >
Wheeling, W. L. & B.,
Ut Dlv 3?)0 00 285 00
Covenanter Church to
Stuhlflro's 150 00 142 5o
Honey's Point to H. 8. & i
B 200 00 190 00 I
Cumberland Road S.ono oo 4.7?6 no 1
New Bridge fund S.tWO 00 2.SW no I
Grand total* $15,306 00 $li.2JH 7S
Court House and Jail:?
Commitment*, supplies
etc $5,000 00 Engineer
900 oo
Assistant mo no
Janitor 720 00
Aaahtant <w? oo
Janltress 240 OO?$5,360 00 i
Poor House and Farm:?
Salaries 1.776 on
Supplies and labor 7,234 00?5.000 00 \
Miscellaneous:?
Contingent poor fund. Including
salaries or overseers and physicians
14.000 00
Assessments 3.300 no
Bifths, deaths and marriages.... 150 on
Court expenses 1.S00 00
Deaf, dumb and blind SO 00
Inquests 200 00
Insurance fi.v? oo
interest 17,000 no
New library wo w T
l.ocal Board of Health 200 00 I
Lunacy 200 oo ,
MlKdeameanor 1,500 00 t
Per diem 3.000 oo
Printing and binding 1.800 0o C
Sheriff's commissions ?,000 00
Sinking fund 1500 00 1
Stationery 20P00
Taxes, delinquent 1,0W oo
Taxea, refunded 3<?0 oo
Water rent 480 00
Witnesses and Jurors 6,500 oo _
Salaries 7,800 00 fi
Engineering account l.soo 00 il
ItlliM payable (new Jail? irt.OOO oo
>neral contingent fund 1.945 25
Heads and bridge* 18,244 75
Grand total 11 W.I.to oo
This didn't suit, however, and after a
discussion of half an hour, in the course
of which the country m?*mt>erj? kicked
individually and all together for more
money and a considerable rearrange- t
ment of detail*, a vote was readied. It r
?tood live for and Ave against the ordl- +
nance, those voting aye being Messrs.
Speidei. Hare, Kindelberger, Tyson and j
Mr. President. After some more talk. .
another vote wan reached, with the same t
result, and then the board adjourned.
PLEASANT to take, positive and instant
in its results, in fact, the best
cough medicine in the world. Dr.Wood's i
KT?....n? TOn? Si-run. 2 1
SEE Ridpath'a HHtorlcal Library.
Srhojiptr'* Optitluit.
Our Millinery Opening of flue Pattern =
Hats and Bonnets will take place on
Tuesday and Wednesday, April fi and
7. E. SCHOPPER, 1067 Main street.
! DIQTDJ) Opening: of exclusive styles in
MilQiWl Hnc and inediutn Millinery. AJI
j Invited. MARSHES' L. COLVIG.
I DON't mlM W'orli' Opmltic Tafiriii
, and \Vednr?day, IOSH Main Street.
'ATTEND the opening of Miss R L.
Carl, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thuts:
day.
OILD.
I PJSHteR?CARf.OB M. FISHER. In the
trlth year or his age.
i Funeral from his lato residence, Mrldveport,
<).. Tuesday mornlna, April ?>, at
Irt o'clock. Friends of the family .re- ?
spoctfully invited to attend.
TOI'NGlNGKR -On Sunday. April 1 1W?7,
mi 1:.v) o'clock p tn.. ANNA KATHKRINH,
wife of Jacob Younginircr, nr..
awd-AG years and s months.
Funeral from 8t. John's (irrman Protestmil
church this (Tuesday) afternoon at
2:?> o'clock. Friends of the family resportfully
Invited to attend. Interment
I private nt PenltmulHr i-eno'lei v.
undertaking
LOUIS BERTSCHY,
(Formerly of Frew & ticrtpchy.)
I'uiiml llirodor ami Arterial Milliner,
lll? MAIN STREET. EAST 81DK.
' Calls l?y telephone nnnwcrod day or
I nlaht. Stot* telephone. 616; residence. W>?.
Kennedy r. iriw,
l.rrtdMrtlo bfll. S. < Of I mMrninq,
j funiral niRtCTOR and lmbaimlr,
1 With * ALEXANDER TOEW.
1313 MAIN hTlCEKT.
I Iclfohnuf 229. (frmpor?rv Quarter*.,
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PALACE FURNITURE COMPANY.
OlJlTWENING DAY
^ WAS A SUCCESS.
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The crowds of people who visited us yesterday '
afternoon and evening united in praising our
< !f..l J: I... ~l r?J-? C..r -4.
VCuU UUi ui:>fuiy ui i UK J. uhuiuiv, v^cupvio,
Draperies, Etc.
We Are Now &
Open for Business.
^ CASH OR CREDIT, ut
Respectfully Yours,
Palace Furniture Co.,
1115 Main Street and 1116 Water Street.
0. K KOEN, President. > HOMER R. KOLN, Sec'y and Tress.
T. T. KOEN, Vice President. 010. G. CHKIblLILB.
TAILOR-MADE DRESSES?GEO. R. TAYLOR CO
Geo. R. Taylor^a
Our slock being entirely new, you are sure of getting
the latest prevailing styles in every department
THIS WEEK WE CALL SPtCIAL ATTENTION TO OUR LATE SHIPMENT Of
Mor-Made Dresses,Skirts and Jackets
To be opened and placed on sale Monday morning. Styles
and materials strictly correct. Exclusive designs, and 110 two
dresses exactly the same. French Modiste to superintend the
finish and fit.
his Week New Wash Goods
We will show Now iji.'ss uooas anu in urganajfs.i^awns.Dausie.Dracnu
Suitings and a great variety of Shirt " Swiss in new coloring:*. Paris MusWaists
and Parasols. Una. etc.. in great variety, on sal*
rhnmcnn'c this week. Don't forget that everyIIUIIOUH
? thing we show in every Department
rlove-Fitting Corsets, i. new. vn..? >ou ar. i?kin? for
In shapes suitable to all figures. LflCC lUftflinS
Also, a line of the "P. D." Come in and see out new brusambric
Underwear. sels-iillsh pointrjiii renaislXj
UI,UCI SANCR. and you will be pleased
Our stock now In. und is choice in with the improved designs and the
styles and materials. good values.
Hon P Tavlni1 Pn
U\JU. JLV. l\A>y 1\JL \J\J.
MARKET STREET ENTRANCE] CLOSED.
STRAW MATT1NG8?O. MENDEL & CO.
[|DR SHIPS ARB IM !
And With Them Came the Finest Cargoes of
Straw Mattings
Lver landed in this country. All the new and beauiflul
effects of color andweavethattheartof the Jap
>r cunning patience of Chinamen have been able .to
jroduce, are to be found on our shelving.
SPECIAL OFFER FOR A FEW DAVS.
10 ROLLS VERT FIRE COTTON WARP JAPARESE MATTING
25 CENTS PER YARD.
Worth at least 45c. M ill be sold ouly by the Roll.
Look in our window and see some of the Oriental
'alms that have been embalmed while growing by
he artistic ?ind skillful natives of Japan. They a^e
nexpensive and make very effective decorations for
he home or place of business.
G. Mendel & Co.,
1124 MAIN STREET.
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO
SHAVE WITH."
SAPOLIO
IS THE PROPER .THINC FOR HOUSE-CLEANINCU
or Nalt j>y?'.V1 Mgi lvi t . ?'I<^^ft^^^ m'rl'
You Can't g^BEE^T
Go Amiss|||}g^0|W
if you get a package like ||py '/
this. It contains the genuine
go^st m
Wnahinor PnwilAr
clcans it quickly audchcaply. ?
largest package?Rtcatcut economy.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago, St. I?oaU, New York, Uunton, fbiladelphi*.

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