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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, April 07, 1897, Image 5

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-M. POTMAN * 00.
>ck of Children's Wearing 11
ir any other city.
) S HEARS OF AGE, we *
siraMc fabrici made up in ,
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We Are
s tWith the largest and best stc
Apparel ever brought1 to this c
have the newest and most di
SUITS, handsomely ifiade and
than other stores ask^or inferi
desirable Plaids and Checks, v
season. (,
the fashionable tailors to shari
in up-to-date style.
Children's SuiU.at $2.25 and !
Some choice ones still left, bu
want to share in this bargain It
M filJTMv
" FOR SAXiEl. i
New II-roomed dwelling on Fifteenth
Dwelling Pleasant Valley, .finest location ,
in Ohio county.
Property corner Front and Virginia
street*. front* 124 feet on Virginia. tS feet i
pn Front ^"$5 location. ,
The very Ibest lots* at'pfcaiian4. Valley, 1
fuid It does not com * fornm* to buy one.
8piendld lot North Front* .40x4ft)- high i
ana desirable in every rottpfct; cheap. ,
Helvedern lot*. flSO to S3u0 .
WW for good lot on Jacob street, over the 1
r^-. rv SMITH. !
txchanqt Bank Building.
Homes and Rooms for Rent
No. 70 Indiana street, 7 room*. J13.U0.
Office rooms Illt???e * Itulldinj;.
: rooms No. 1118 Mo'^iw alley.
Stable rear No. CO South Br<mn*ay.
No. 930 Main ft root. $ room* and bath.
No. 121 Thirty-third street, 6 room."
3 rooms corner indlAna and Erie streets.
: rooms corner Twelfth and Market 8ta.
No. 903 Main street, 7 rooms and bath.
No. 123 Zane street. 9 rooms.
No. 9? Ohio street. & rooms
No. 1401 Chapliao street. S rooms, bath a
and laundry.
,ftJ* m* k nuimi anrond floor.
No. ?s 8, Broadway. 7 rooms and bath.
No. 63 8. Pcnn st., s rooms and bath. ]
No. 1011 Main St., storeroom.
No. ITT Fourteenth sl. i rooms and bath.
No. 13 14th st. 7-room dwelling.
No. 5< tfane it, 7 rooms |
No. W Ohio ct., 3 rooms. i
No. r* ?7th st., ? roomj ,
No. 95 Ohio St., 3 rooms, J7.E0. '
Office or sleeping rooms, Luta Building,
furnished or unfurnished. ,
Storeroom corner Sd and Market sts. .
Nos. SIS and Stf Market st.. stores and
dwelling. '
Not. IMS and 1M7 McColloch st. I
Houses and Lots for Sals. Money to '
Loan on City Real Estate. ,
T>Upln?i>? tfltf. Room No. 0. j
6?lbert homestead, Pleasant Valloy, ]
2 houses. U rooms $25 M .
No. ill fllxteenth streot 25 oo 1
- - -- - O (k.1 1
jfo. ssus warn ??"?? ; rrx
No. 452 National Road 9 J? ;
No. 71 Seventeenth slteet. 4 room* .. 10 00
4 rooms on Alley in rear of 120 Fourttenth
street ?
No. iu> Main street, 4 room* 14 00
No. est: Chapltre street .....
No. 1C14 Matn street, 4 rooms, both 1
rases .-IS 00 |
No. m Mair street. 3 room*. both
liases furnished, for 9 w ,
No. 127 Fourteenth street....- ~r"
No. ? Seventeenth struct, both gnse*. 1? 00 i
No. 1X1 Fourteenth street, both Raw*. 24 W <
No. wa Main street, store room, both 1
fc, **? -< . I7 00
No. S37 Main ?t.. saloon and 3 room*.. 20 00
No. 34 Sixteenth street, store room.. jS w
Residence Edjclngton Lntte. 11 rooms.
Z arre* around. 200 fruit trees ~T~I1
No. 2Sft4 Main street ? 00 ,
Fsloon in Martin * Ferry ... ? 1
4'Roomed house. Crescent Place... .... 1 00 j
...* ttfinrhMtor roftl
Worka, east of Mt. d? Cbantal... J5 each
2 room* Helbert property, on Wheel?
Inc croek S 00
No. Si2 Market street, blacksmith
fhop -,vi ??
Stable rear of German Dank.
Ground 100 feat square on Twenty-seventh
street. with buildings tlier?*on.
ntsldence on Jacob street foT $1,100.
N" 2X7 Chapilna street. $7,000.
Flve-roomcd house aouthcast rorner of
Elbtabeth and Twelfth street, tf.100.
Real estate of every description.
Real Estate Acrnt. Collector, Notarv Public
and Pension Attorney, No. 1612 Main
* llll.', |
FOR SALE?"baboaT^ ?
11,500 buy* residence on Fifteenth, be.
Kofi and Jacob streets. Ten rooms,
)>#ib. attic, very di?*lrable. ]
.Vroom houao on Virginia strcf^between
York and Huron streets, ch??i>.
t-roonj brick house on Thirteenth street
on eaaj" terms. (
* rooms, bath. No. 29 Vermont utreot,
it a low figure. C
'-ota on South Huron street on easy ,
term*. 1
i-arge fot at T^eatherwood. fctee 50x252
feet t
f.ot* in PloNHnnt Valley In Sefbert's Car- (
<J*n, *ixr>* fo. 90 and IW feet front, on easy i
fxit in tfreonwood and Mt. Wood ccme- c
tfrr at h low figure.
Money to loan-1300.00 to $5,000.00, 1
?ROLF & ZRNE.? >
No. 30 Fourteenth Htrei^t. f
TfouM, f? rooms and liull. lot 41x175, North
Main atreet, cheap.
liou*., s room*, lot 14x1* fe*t. Market
MMO*' ctWoen eighth and Ninth ?trcetn,
1 room*. brick, and stable. Elgh- n
tfenUt str^iJ. Jl.JW)
* lot*, Utxlto trot. Thirtieth utreet. 1100 '
each; j.? caflh, balance In one yeaf. *
HonAn, H roomii. hull and largo lot, Elgh- i
tfenth wtr^ct; cheap, on very cany lermn ,
* .2,?*lho ,l<"1 corner lot? on Llnd atreet '
lor |*(:,; one-third ca?h, balancc In one and f
two yeni ,
?J.?rn' r ,ot on rherry atreet for 11*5; on*. f
inim r;,nh. halanco In one and two yeura. .
2* ?on Cherry atreet for 1160: ono-thlrd
faijh, bnlanee In one and two ynorn.
Jwo houne? on Main utroet. near Soventh I
tre^t, i-in-np; on cany terms. Iiiouno
" room*. brick. Mlxtcenth afreet.
I firm* ran)',
Imllrtinir *lte for dwelling FourtMnth
mrffflt and on Hlxtrrenth cir*'-tHou??i
6 room* and 4-rooni houso In rear. !
Fifth ward, tf-rni* #a?y. t&.iW. f
Thft Jjunb property, No. 2UW Chaplin* ,
tr**t, rhmp, tcrrnn ^nny.
noijBo .1 mum*. Jnroo Ftrrrt. on wen ,
Twenty-fourth ?nrl Twenty-fifth ntrocta,' j
clmip, J1.IOO t
2 lot* on Jncob utroct. North Jlf?nwood, \
m each.
Houn*. B ronmn, Eighteenth *tr*?#?t, fi.i&o
I'M will huy ?\ nlct> lot fronting on I.Intl
"trret; onu-third ca?h, balance on ?n*y
Iy*> will htiy n son/j two-roomed honne,
<?n t'hapllno Mfe*>t, nrnr 'JVnth. ,
V'V> will buy hoUM of 2 room* on Wllunn ;
*tr/?>t, Centre Wheelln; 1100 caah, balanco r
In rpnt. /i
l.ntp nn T.\nd flreet, Chwy *trr*t end t
MnCollorh Street at from ISO to $900 cftch
?n iy term*, .
M'.nry Jo loan on rtly rral estate. ^
No l:a Market Street. I
li $U I I b and Aliuu x, >
trimijicd, and at tower prices ?
or gMds. ;
15 YEARS, all the nobby, ,0
,'hicli arc so fashionable this g}
JN that would put some of
iv- .Tlie right goods, made gSft-S
f ? Cu
it many of our last years w,
53.50. Easily worth, double. 01
t don't wait too long if you *?
k 1 ..
. RM
4N & CO.!
attar* of Minor Moment In nml A boat
m? Cltr. He
The La Bolls nail factory went on yea- c0
terday. ha
The Wheeling* Pottery Company re- da
reived more order* for Rood* in the j,,,
month of March than J? any one month ,
n Its history. m
The council committees on health and ^
tvater works have been called to meet, tlo
:he former this evening and the latter be;
o-morrow nljfht at 7:30 o'clock.
Harry Gardner, a South Side boy. re- b ,
:elved a very painful gash In hi* le*
l>y falling off a fence on South Chap- Th
Ine slree*. He waa taken to the office th(
>f Dr. Ackerman and several atltchea
ircre required to sew up the cut. .
A horse belonging to Jacob Jochum,
the East Wheeling: coal dealer, waa ni
itruek by a Baltimore & Ohio engine, lea
it the corner of Fourteenth and Baltl- ?u)
more streets. last night shortly before th<
? o'clock. The horse waa severely Inlured,
and u bullet from Officer Ed ^
kllchaels cut short Its suffering.
m A I
liraniemuiiiiviir ann ? ?K ru...
The Misses C. A. Murphy and M. E. J?
Moloney. of Wheeling. are registered at JJJ,
:he Continental HoteJ. New York City. J},(
Mrs. Wolxcr atttTfier son, Harry, who ta<
fiavu been viiiMing Mr. John 1*. Heln Cai
ein, on the South Side, have returned lie
ionie to St. Louis. 1
Miss Addle Sarber, of Willlamstown, W'
who was i-he truest of Annie Dorff, of thi
South Eoff street, has returned home. Or
iccompsnled Uy her brother, K. D. Sar- do;
jer, who met with an accident on the ***
terminal road a few weeks ago. Ho th?
vas at the City Hospital and Is getting lis
>etter. ?J
m ? Oil
-m . trci
la Old and lllglifr Eilwmrd German nl|
Cltlitn P?hm A waj. ce*
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Yesterday aricrooon o o uuvn, ^
liis hoine, 1422 Market street, occurred
the death of Mr. Charles Hanke, an old rot
and highly esteemed German citlsen. doHe
became ill with pneumonia last Sat- f
iirday and could not successfully battle
ivith the disease. *?,
Mr. Hanke was born In Brunswick.
Gtarmany in 1829. and came to the
United States in 1849, landing at Baltimore
and coming direct to Wheeling, La
where he had friends. He was employed
in rolling mills and engaged In ?
nteamboatlnff. In 1850 he entered the
cigar business, and has since been a
leading dealer and manufacturer in bo
Wheeling stogies. His first business Io- ur
cation was in Bltchietown; then he A
moved to Water street in Centra Wheeling,
then to Main, and thence to the '
corner of Fourteenth and Market 8h
itreets. and last to his present location, r,
1425 Market street. He was Interested
n mnnv of Wheeltnar'a Industries, being
? stockholder of the German bank, the eri
Schmulbach llrewlng Company. Ex hange
bank, and other corporation)".
His success In business wan slynal, and !
:he more remarkable that It came from I!"
i humhle beginning.
In 1SK; Mr. Hanke married Hannah
C.. daughter of Dr. William Allen, of
Philadelphia. There were eleven chll- "J
dren, of whom eight survive. as follows:
Alonio L.. Mina. Eugene Z..A1- ""
[rod A.. Elwood S. (of Pittsburgh), The- *"
ulnre S.. Ed car U and Fannie C The u"
leceaaed was n member of the German
Lutheran church. dr,
The funeral will occur Thursday af- "
ternoon. with Intennent at Peninsular "
-cmeterv. Ualtlmore Lodge, Knights
>r ryintas, win aucnu. ch(
llnlil H?lln| and Elect 0?etri-*r. Jj<
icbn?|if Is Pretldrnt. WJJ
The Wheeling Retail Druggist* Ar??- ?<c
: I at ion met yeaterday afternoon In the cle
rlty building. The meeting was largely j?|j
i ttAnHod <inH nthllftfa^tlc ihrOUChOUt. ....
Phe membprrfhlp of the association was In#
onslderably enlarged by taking In the :
Irugglsta of McMechen, Ben wood, fui
Uoundsvlile, Bpllalre, Martin's Perry of
uid Bridgeport. tal
The date set for ihe annual outing nt Ch
iVheellnrr Park Is May 5. The outlnir th<
vlll be made very enjoyobl.?. mid prlxes del
nay be offered fov contents In bowling, wo
'tc The old officers were elected for the ?u<
nsutng year* and ara u follow*: tin
PreSldent?ChrlyMan Sehnep.*, 1
Vice prr*ldent~John Klar'. hU
Secretary?Charles It Owt.Tfc.
Funeral of r. M. Fiilirr, cai
The bnrlnl services of C. M. FUhcr,
igrnt of the Cleveland,Lorain & Wheel- |(.
ng railroad, were largely attended. The wa
iervlces were held at his late residence.
n Kirk wood, at 10 o'clock yrsterday ?'c
orenddn. Hev* Ulxon and Donaltay
tfnclated. A large number of railroad
nen were In attendance. The floral of- v '
<?iInffM were very fine. Among them
van a miniature railroad track embedled
In a nu*s of flowers, showing a f,
irokon rail. The funeral party wn* to- J|'
ten to Llnwood by :i special train.
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Itncklru't A riilrn *?lve. p'r(
The bost salVe In the world for cut*. ne,
>rulscs, sores, ulcers, suit rheum, fever f
lorea, totter, chopped hands, chilblains, toli
rorns and all *kln eruptions, /and posl- p0l
Ively currs pllns, or no p.iy required. It |fl
s guaranteed to tflve perfect satlsfac- ,
Ion or monny refunded. Prion 25 cent* nrf
)cr box. For sain by Log^n Drug Co. ||JO
' in it
HICK Rldpath'a Historical Library, hui
PEBHOXAL.^The gentleman who tin'
nrioyed lh?- <,on?re?atlon last Sunday, fea
y continually'coughing, tvlll find Insunt a l
lief by using Ojie Minim* Cough'Cure, lief
i Mpei'uy in l liitrmicNK rrmedy for ih?i
hroat i:i<1 lung* Ov>arl-M 11, fJoets?\ ?>r
ornor Market nn?l T;vclfth atn-oiH; T
{on-It* Ai Co,. Brldwport: Piwbody & wh
Ion, I'.ciuvood 3 tr<*
That, bainr fltir/t can *? rurrtl with tl?M
)r. Mile*' NfcUVK PLAOT'Klt Oalyfflc. Die
ie Iulollfgcnccr'a Kellvf Fund is
' Ibt llrawlui Coui|Mur and
h? Ualldtra' Kiclini|i-Uii Nl|bl,i
tatartatiiweiu al ihiUraud wm^iIU
wiMHtal, ?ntl wilt Nil a CoutUlirabl*
t mount tor lh? Fund -Tli? Mailt* I
'rograiuut* wauii KuiIIcmi On*.
Th? llrifruphoblM ItrlUf Pawl.
leph Spoldrl $ 20 00
hn 8. NAyior 25 00
8 00
all 10 00
h sr. oo
h JO 00
Mil 5 00
Hob* & Hon* 1" 00
III 2 00
P. Ilehrena' Company lo uO
Mh 1 00
Vi Circle No. 251, Protected
lotne CI 6 00
ilo Valley Trade* una l?ubor Amenibly
25 00
ron uloch, Now York to 00
muel 8. Illoi h 25 00
uln Whit 5 00
Iph Kline 5 00
m. Morrl* Horkhelmer 5 00
ah 1 00
? Frederloh 5 00
org* Paull 10 00
*. J. H. Bell, Went Alrxunder & 00
Mil 1 00
a. John B. Harden, treuMtirrr "The
>epMtrick Kkule" unaer the bumilcea
of the KlnK'a Daughter*.
'nlted PrpMbytr-rlan Church 154 <5
W. O. Hard man. Mlddlebourne,
V. Va 5 00
uman'i Musical Club, concert 15 25
Mh 1 00
ymann llr^wlng Company 25 00
heeling Bulldem' Kxchunge 25 00
rhe Intelligencer's hydrophobia ref
fund movement Ik not at alt In the
mil tone state that It had appeared to
v? fallen Into on Sunday and Mony,
where there was a disappointing
-up in the stream of personal conbuttons
that had been in evidence,
festerday two handsome subscripts
were made to the fund, one of 125
Ing by the Reymann Brewing Comny,
and the otlier of the same amount
the Wheeling Builders' Exchange,
ils sends the fund up to within 14 of
5 J&00 mark, and wVth the receipts of
s "Musical Wheeling" entertainment
-en last night al the Grand Opera
moo will main* It tmnalble fn vend At
tat one and possibly two more of the
spects to New York for treatment ut
? Pasteur Institute.
rhe Intelligencer Is thankfu! for the
ntrtbutlons that have be*n madd by
renerous public, but there should be <t
ady stream of subscription* until
ough money Is secured to send every
0 of the hydrophobia suspects to the
.steur Institute, for if one or two
ould be unable to take the treat?nt
through inability to raise the
>ney, it might evenuatc In those who
1 not take the treatment being at
jura vy ins urraii uyurutiuuuiikniiii.-n
n be prevented If the Wheeling pubresponds
with sufficient liberality.
Phe Intelligencer and the people of
heeling* take this occasion to extend
inks to Manager Pelnler, of the
uti<l Opera House, who 90 generously
nated tho use of hi* place of amuse;nt
for last night's entertainment; to
> many capable and distinguished arts*
who sail under the title. "MuslcWheellng;"
to Manager John Moire,
manager, and Ernest Baer.treas
fr, of the wheeling Amateur orcnesu
under the auspices of which last
cht's concert was carried to so eucrsful
a conclusion, and to all other*
to contributed to lt? roccea. All can
>1 that they have assisted In a burn*
work that may have saved one or
n-e unfortunates from a terrible
Personal subscriptions to the relief
id can be made In person or by teleono
at the Intelligencer counting
>ms. _
it Night's Conctn at tit* Oranil t)p*r*
IIohma Ifaccni.
L,ast night at the Grand Opera House
u hydrophobia relief fund got another
ost, as a result of the concert given
iaer me auspices ul me nacvimg
nateur Orchestra.
There were not as many present as
ould have been, for such a galaxy of
Untie entertainers should have packthe
house. The best musical and litiry
talent In Wheeling were gathertogether
for the humane purpose of
slsting In the effort to raise enough
>ney to send all the hydrophobia
aspects" to the Pasteur Institute, at
tw York, for treatment, but the
and had many vacant seats last
5ht. It was impossible to ascertain
e proceeds, owing to there being a
mber of tickets out yet. but the
jount made will be ascertained toy.
[*he programme was .carried out Just
published In the Intelligencer, and It
ew forth appreciative applause at
b conclusion of every number. No
cores were allowed. The selections
asen by the performers were happily
osen, and the concert was one of the
>st delightful ever given in the city,
seemed as though everything possl>
hnd been done for the success of the
tertalnment. Tho use of the Grand
s generously donated by Manager
harley" Felnler, and he and his elll
nt stag* force aid an in tneir power
the affair, and they plated all tha
rangement.s and appurtenance* of
? theatre In the handa of the Wheel:
Amateur Orchestra.
rtllllgnn, Wilkin & Company kindly
-n I shed a piano and program mes free
charge, and carriages for the ladles
ilng part were donated by Durns A
urch, expressmen. The members of
5 Wheeling Amateur Orchestra, unr
whose auspices the entertainment
a given spared no pains to make It a
;cess, and thoy deserve the thanks of
? community.
!*or the performers, nothing but the
.1 . ... l_? 1. ,1.... TVi.ili- ni-tluttn
H1CHI |H Bine in WU?-. ......
orts are appreciated, they excelling
?mnelven la*t night for tho Rood
m All are well known concert fa.
rltcH, ranking hl?h nn exponents of
idle and elocution. The Phllharnionquartet.
le*i? known t<? the public,
* tho recipient of genuine applaune.
double number being far from fufllnt
for the nudlenre. Llkewine laudwere
the other* who took part: The
dli'M' Quartette, ronxIdtltiR of Mid.
ira William*. MI?fU*? Nellie Bgerter,
rtha Sehulta* and Theresa Phllllpx;
* Nellie Sweeney Palmer, Mr*. Nellie
irren Holloway. Mr**. Flora William*,
in Ilouiie orchestra. R. C Darrah.
W HURhe*. Hoy Choral Club, W. B.
v. Charle* Zulauf, 11. C. Sweeney.
W Nenbllt: and la?t but n??t least,
if lluRh Whyte and apavrlng jmrt\
Jaaon C. Stamp.
'ho novel innovation ??r n noxinj: cont
woe only equalled !>y the Hpeeeh of j
jiiH'llninn llnrrj' McLure, tho referee.
Introducing the principalis. It wiu a
nut," nnd nhould have been on tho j
grnmme, though It probnbly
ro enjoyed becnuHe the audience wn?
aware beforehand of ro much Intent I
mor belng at the command <?f Hur?
h tongue. Thope who wer prem?tit at
<Jrnnd lant night had an Intellectual
Kt. and accomplished much toward ,
humane object. Furthering the re.
' fund wore nil tho*6 connected with
entertainment, nnd to whom thnnkn
the clUmm at Inrgo nro due.
"he Wheeling Amateur Orchestra,
leh manna nlmoualy undertook the
uble Incidental to arranging for the
icert. In composed of nine young gen*
men who are United together for the
Mure they derive from music. They
seek no pecuniary gain, ualng their
talent for charitable entertainments
The orchontra wu organised about a
year ago. At present the ensemble la
aa follow*: Prof. A. Farber, director,
first violin; Robert Luke, flute; Fred
Husemon. drum*: Dr. John McClure,
cornet; Eugene Baer, clarinet; CVirence
Owen, second violin; J<#s??i*h Pollack,
viola; Robert Yahrllng, double
bass, and Joseph Kraus, trombone,
Of Hie t'lty t'omictl Mtili mid Decide* to
Kaoomntvud th? Cllf Engluirr Ordl1M.VHI.A..
.?.! Vw<lllll> Nil.
kct In ilM tecoud Ward.
The council committee oti ordinance
had a long find Important meeting laat
night. The ordinance relating to the
duties of the city engineer ww the chief
Item yf bualness. It came back to the
committee after being acted upon by
the board of publl.'. works, and three of
the amendment* tacked on by that
body were rejected by the committee
liiHt night.
City Solicitor Nesbltt presented the
ordinance, and an it now stands, provides:
That the city engineer shall be
elected by the board of public works,
after Its regular statutory election by
council, and said election of engineer to
be approved by council. His bond shall
be IS,000. and his salary $2,GOO per annum.
His duties are numerous. He
must locate the lines and grades of all
streets, sidewalks, alleys, or other public
ways; determine the sise or construction
of all sewers, water works,
drulnage canals, bridges, culverts, etc.,
and prepare plans for the same; and
furnish estimates and specifications of
said work, when required by the board
of public works, board of goa trustees
or city council. He shall have general
supervision of all contract or other
work, and shall anualiy report condition
of all bridges In the city. He shall
furnish all Information in his power to
the city solicitor concerning any matter
that may come under his jurisdiction,
and assist the city solicitor In litigation
to which the city is a party, when it is
considered necssary by the city solicitor.
The city engineer must make a complete
survey of th?? entire city, which
shall constitute and be the official survey
of the city. In making the survey
he must repor: his progress every
month to the commute on streets, alleys
and grades, until the survey la completed.
He must keep In his office certified
copies of all held notes, maps or pro.
flies relating to all city surveys. As
soon as the official survey shall have
been extended over any portion of the
city, It shall be unlawful for any person
or persona to erect buildings upon the
line of any street or public highway embraced
within the limits of such survey,
without aplicatlon to the city engineer.
Persons violating this are subject to
fine. He shall also charge, for the benefit
of the city, fees for making surveys
for owners of property ordering the
work, or against whom the work is
properly chargeable. He shall employ
all assistants necessary, subject to au
thorizatlon and approval of the board of
public works. He shall devote all his
personal time and attention to the requirements
of hi* office. The ordinance
shall take effect after May 1.1897, and It
was recommended to council for its approval.
The ordinance regulating the hours of
opening and closing the Second ward
market house was submitted by City
Solicitor Nesbitt. It provides that market
shall be held In the upper market
house on Wednesdays and Saturdays
of each week, commencing at 5 a. m..
and ending at 10 a. m., from April 1 to
October 1; and commencing at 6 a. m..
and ending at 10 a. in., from October 1
until April 1.
There was little discussion on the ordinance,
it being the concensus of opinion
of the committee that market in the
evening at the Second ward market
house would be injurious to butchers,
who would bo unable to attend both
markets at once. The ordinance was
recomendcd to council, thus killing afternoon
or evening market at the Sec
ona waru jiarm ?wu?
The petition of the Wheeling Stockyard
Company, for permission to erect
a stockyard at Sixteenth and Main
streets, wn? laid over until the city solicitor
could frame a new ordinance
regulating the stockyard.!. Col. Robert
White addressed the committee In behalf
of the petitioners. He argued that
the city had no right to legislate
against business, and could not define
a certain locality for a certain business,
referring to a recent decision of the supreme
court to substantiate hla argument.
Clerk O'Brien read the resolution from
the first branch of council asking that
an ordinance be drafted, putting a tax
upon all doctor*, specialists or merchants
doing business In the city who
are not bona nde residents of Wheel
This resolution was aimed at traveling
specialists, and Itinerant vendor*,
but the latter claw It* already regulated
by the ordinance which makes outsider*
pay a license for selling goods In the
city. The annual license ordinance came
up before the committee and the license
ordinance was amended no as to Include
specialists, thus putting a tax on
foreign eye doctors, etc., doing business
in Wheeling in future.
SPECIAL SALE of Ladles* Pine Kid
Shoes, Button and Lace, about 300 pairs
worth $2 50 and S3 00. at $1 50. Money
refunded if not as represented.
26 Eleventh Street
SEE Rldpath's Historical Library.
Sehoppcr'i Oprniuf.
Our Millinery Opening of fine Pattern
Hats and Bonnets will tako place on
Tuesday and Wednesday. April 6 nnd
7. E. SCHOPPER, 1067 Main street.
RAQTPR Opening of exclusive styles In
unOilill jjne medium Millinery. All
ATTEND the openlns: of Miss B. L.
Carl, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-1
NOT only acute lung troubles, which
may prove fatal in n few days, but old ,
chronic coughs and throat troubles |
may receive immediate relief and be
permanently cured by One Minute
Cough Cure. Charles R. Ooetse. corner
Market and Twelfth streets; Bowie ft
Co., Bridgeport; Peabody & Son, Benwood.
_ 5
SEE Ridpath's Historical Library,
! pita
HANKE-At lit* Int.' ronldj'nce. No. U2J,
Market Htreet. on TtiMday. Anrlft MPT.
jit 4:40 o'clock ??. m. CHARLKH
riANKE, in tho ?th year of hi* a**.
; Funeral from hi* late residence on Thur?day
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment
private nt ronmwnmr cpmr^ry.
(Formerly of Frew & Bertichy.)
Funeral Diivrlor anil Arterial Kmlialiner,
/'?ii j i.v mlmluin* nmwrrod tlnv nr
nliriit. Store telophonek 636j_reMldfnce. 606.
Graduate of U. 5. (olleqe of tmtMlrainq. |
1*13 MAIN vrilKl.T.
Ulrphonr 120. (Imiyif?r?
^ Pay* 'or a Year's
&L I Subscription to tho. ..
<4/1 Weekly Intelligencer.
JTou will surdy want your m
but come In and nee our 1
Heady-to-Wear Spring Clot!
showing of Clothing than w
able styles and unequaled v
prestige among careful drej
twnety dollar*, with plenty <
Come on a tour of lnvestl
much as you please. Our ?
uvcr w<iii new tiuiijto, vk> <
In, and they certainly are tl
See our Arrow brand Coll
thirty styles of Collars and <
twenty-five cent Collars la U
Strictly One Price.
Geo. R. T
Our stock being entirely
ting the latest prevailing s
Tailor-Made Dresses
To be opened and placed on sa
and materials strictly correct. I
dresses exactly the s'tie. Kreti<
finish and fit.
This Week
Wc will ahow New Dress Good* and
Suitings and a great variety of Shirt
Waists and Parasols.
Glove-Fitting Corsets,
Jn shape* suitable to all flcures.
Also, a line of the "P. D."
Cambric Underwear.
Our stock now In. and is choice in
styles and materials.
Geo. R. T
JWrSetaHePrcparationfor Assimilating
il^StiKSchs andBaiiels of
and Best.Contains neither
mSt nicotic.
Mcim ^cua-smmiamn
jit Trn/m *
?Sfc. )
i Mwful DMnnrlu fnpf*Anal!n.t. I
nuuuti iiliuvu^ tvi wvtw>Y? ?
tion. Sour Stomach,Dianhoea, H
oess and Loss OF SLEEP. I
TicSimile Signalurt oC
"*<&" EVER
W^L-'J ' loaiteHDMds rtllibh,
mfc^pS T UxBpomidxoKttk
3v (h, Dr. Poal's
f ^ Vv Thi?r frwnp*? W*IO ?r<? peri
^ noint, Pint RuvwUusc, 81.00.
For nal* by CIIAS. K. OOKTZE. corner
soinc ^>ear''1
clothes. You need it to clear
cleaned your wheel. Pearlin
cleaning and washing anythi
Wheelmen and wheelwomen
for Pearline. Unequalled as a
--== j
'ill Soon
Be Hoc!
f w ?ult by that time, no don't put It off,
wonderful aggregation of Up-to-Data ^
let. a U'KKcr, ovuer. aior? vancu
e have ever known before. The admlruluefl
can't foil to increase this store's ;
isers. Prices range flrom eight to
>f choice between.
ration, examine and price things as
Hirnlshing Department fairly bubbles
New Manhattan Negligees are now all
le prettiest ever gotten out j
ar display in North Window?over
?uffs, representing the best two for
ie market.
1319 Market Street
mw&f *
aylor Co.
new, you are sure of gettyles
in every department
le Monday morning. Styles
Exclusive designs, and no two
:h Modiste to superintend the
H 11/ L.
i1cw ttq9ii vwu9
In Organdies. Lawns, Batlste.Brocba
Swiss In new colorings. Paris Muslins,
etc.. In great variety, on salt
this week. Don't forget that evsry
thing we show in every Department
is NEW. When you are looking for
Lace Curtains
Come in and see our new BRUSSELS.
and you will bo pleased
with the improved designs and the
good values.
aylor Co.
ITRlANCH closed.
Oaitoria ! pat ap ia oat-alx# bottlea ealyf* A
i not sold la balk. Don't allow anycna to mQ
roa anything alia on the plea er promiw that II
a "Just at rood" and "will miw itvtj par*
ma." MZ*Rm? tKst von Mi C-A-8-T-0-B.IX -
wrtkly, ncnUUac m?4lda?. Only hwml?? ?*
?nldW?Mcd. If j?av?Biih?bai,t?t
Pennyroyal Pills
a!n in rt% alt. Thpp?ijae(l)r. Fail's) rdittp.
ACdroa Fjul Muucarn Co., CltvtUnd, O.
Market and Twelfth St roots. mrl
,ke along
le. Keep ;i little in your
?, Bicycle tool-bag. It
(p cleans dirty and greasy
't hands quicker and
-vl better than any soap
lJ can. Takes grease and
mud stains out of your
i yourself with, after you've
e and water is the best for
ng that water won't hurt.
Itave a hundred good uses
lubricant for the chains.
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