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Will be Generally Observed In
This City and Vicinity.
Posts to Hold Services and Decorate
the Graves of the Dead.
"Will be the Principal Feature at the
Peninsular Cemetery ill tho Afternoon?
llev. K. It. Bigger to Make an
A<l<lres? at. the Hit Zion Cemetery in
the Morning?'The Pubic Will Observe
tho day as a Holiday? ManyPicnics,
Outings and Other Amuse-'
incuts Arranged.
Decoration Day?the occasion when
the surviving Union veterans annually
pay homage to their dead comrades?Is
at hand, and It will And its usual observances
in Wheeling and the neighboring
communities. The two local G.
A. R. posts and those of the near-by
towns have all arranged to deccr-te the
graves of deceased lirothers-in-arms
and at each cemetery there will
be addresses by well known
speakers, In which the beautiful
sentiments that are associated
with the day will find eloquent expression.
Prominent among the speeches of
the day here will be the address, by Mr.
W. O. McCluskey at the Peninsular
cemetery at 2 o'clock In the afternoon.
Another prominent speaker Is Rev. R.
R. Bigger, who will inak'a the principal
address at Mt. Zion cemetery In the
Although the Grand Army boys have
always discouraged such u tendency, It
Is nevertheless a fact thnt the general
public has another conception of the
meaning of Docoratlon Day?with It 11
means a holldcy?and to-day there Is an
unusually largo number of picnics and
outings arranged, which will draw the
people, released for the day from the
cares of business life. Among these
outings are those of the Knights of St.
George at the state fair grounds and the
North End Literary Society at Mozart
Park. There will also be a Decoration
Day outing at Wheeling Park and another
at Pleasant Valley Park together
with Innumerable smaller affairs.
Many of the business houses will be
closed throughout the day. and the retail
establishments will close at noon.
Some of the manufacturing establishments
will close at noon, but others will
not observe the holiday on account of
the rush of orders. The banks and city
and county building ofllces are closed
for the day, and holiday hours will be
observed at the postolllce.
Ol'the Decoration of Graves in Xortliol-Creelc
Holllday Post No. 12. G. A. R., will
have charge of the decoration of soldiers'
graves in the cemeteries north of
the creek, including Greenwood, Mt.
Calvary, Mt. Wood, Stone Church and
Peninsular. The veterans will march
!rom their hall on Main street at 1:30
o'clock, and will take cars to the cemeteries
out the pike. The committees
are made up of the following'.
Greenwood cemetery?Richard Robertson,
cotnrrandor: I. V. Barton, F. H.
Crago, George B. Caldwell, Hon. B. B.
Dovener. Janivt* A. Henry, Thayer Melvin,
William H. Chapman, E. C. Harry,
William R. Mendel. John It. Mendel, J.
D. McFadden, George Plttner, H. C.
Peterm.ni, Capt. W. K. Travis, Charles
H. Senseny and Charles II. Wntkins.
Mount Calvary cemetery?George W.
Clifton, commander: D. H. McIClnley,
Colonel Thomas O'Brien, Patrick Mahoney,
James McGinley.
Mount Wood cemetery?Caleb Sylvls,
commander; Hugh II. Alexander, G. n.
Colburn, H. J. F iber. Capt. Joseph A.
Paris, Andrew Gray, William P. Hamilton,
Henry P. Meyera, Alex. McConr.;iMsh?{-,
H nry Vebler, Albert Stump.
De?aiuv McGinns.*. Jacob . Sentlingcr,
Thomas R. Belleville.
Peninsular cemetery?Thomas G.
Brltt, commander: Thomas II. Acres,
Levi B'.atchley, Geor/rc Crumbacker,.
John W. Harrison, Chnrles F. Kllevee,
Sam M. Lnufjhlin, Bernard Motzner,
. John McAdams, J. B. O'Neill, W. W.
Rogers, Daniel Uselton, John W, Wilson.
Stone Church, cemetery?Charles T.
Reed, commander; Matthew Bennett,
,I:ime.i Montgomery, Capt. William A.
MrCoy, Nehemlah Nicholson, John L.
The principal address of the afternoon
will be delivered at Peninsular cemetery
at 2 o'clock, by Mr. W. O. McCluskey,
whose topic will be "The Nation's
Dead." Mr. Richard Robertson
will make o short address at Greenwood
Donations of llowers are requested by
the G. A. R.?the more th?- better.
School children are requested to attend
the services at the ceir.etcrlc.s in add.tlon
to donating Mowers. The general
puollc Is cordially Invited to attend, also.
E. AV. StcplwiiH Post, (i. A. It., to Dec
The members of K. \Y. Stephen* po.st,
No. 53, CJ. A. It.. will decorate the graves
of departed soldiers at Mount Zlon'
comatery, South S/de, this morning.
They will assemble at their hall at 8:"0
o'clock and march to thf- cemetery with
u drum corps nwl pupils of Itltchlc
public school. The exercises Jit the
liraves will Include an address by Rev.
It. It. TilKKor, ?f the Third Presbyterian
church. Owlttpr to the critical Illness
of hlH elder .-on, Itev. S. P. Crummltt,
of Wesley M. K. church, will bo
prevented from participating. The llrlng
squad will bo composed of younj? men
who wrre volunteers in the Cuban war.
Al, JSemvoofl,
The children of the public schools will
carry out the nlKnlflcanco of tho day in
Uenwood, there boltiK no O, A. H. post
In the town, und the children will dec^
Cleanliness goes
IP with health. Jf vjt
tfeWfi* ^ Pf J'ave catarrh any
^ "W^ere ^ CaK'
eiTort3 to
^? *reo *rom
tlii3 disgusting
1 ,disease. Mrs. L. A. Johnston, 103
Pilhara and Ripley Sta., Montgomery,
Ala., tells her experience with catarrh
of the stomach and how sho was
"I will state to you that I have
taken eight bottles of 3'our Pe-ru-na
and two of Man-a*lin and rejoice to say,
1 God bless Dr. Hartman and Pe-ru-nn.
And I earnestly assure you that It
has dono mo more good than any mcdicino
I havo ever taken in my life. I
prescribe it to every one I meet who
is suffering, as tho best mediclno in
the world, and have made many converts
who arc now rejoicing in tho
great good which they have derived
from tho same. I can tell you that I
am almost entirely relieved of indiges*
I tioa, that great foo which has tortured
mo so many years, and can now cut
anything I desire without it is fruits or
Bomothing acid."
To undcrstaud the scientific action
of Pe-ru-na it is best to have Dr. Hartman's
special book for women or his
book on chronic catarrh. These books
are mailed free by the Pe-ru-na Medlcino
Company, Columbus, 0. All
druggists sell Pe-ru-na.
orate the graves of the dead veteran." in
the cemeteries at Boggs' run and McMechen.
Appropriate exercises will
mark the occasion nt the cemeteries,
Many Benwood old soldiers are like!*
to visit Allen Grove cemetery, at Sherrnrd,
which Is the resting place of a
number of comrades. Memorial exercises
were held nt Sherrard by D. T,
Band post. No. 100, on Sunday.
Holiday Hours at Post Ofllce.
In the observance of Decoration Day,
the following will be observed at th<
Money ordr nn3 register divisions
?.?t1 I.A ^l/-,cnrl ,1 ?
Stamp nnd -anornl delivery window
open from S:3C to 10 a. m. ^
One delivery by carriers, leaving the
office at 8 a. m.
Collection of all letter boxes In the
city, arriving at the offlce at 6 and 20:-li
a. m. Collection of.ali letter boxes or
Water, Main and Market, Tenth to Six
teenth streets. inclusive, arriving at the
office at 9. 10:30 a. m.; 12:20, 1:45, 3, 4:30
G and S p. m.
Mails will be received and dispatched
as usual.
At Hollniro
Decoration day will be observed ir
Bellalre by a very general clofcins ol
the business houses at noon nnd gome
of the manufactories will lay off. bui
not. ali of them. Many persons will attend
the picnic of the young men'j
club if the weather is propitious; other.'
will go to Armstrong's Mills, where 'a
reunion will be held and Hon. Charle;
J. Howard will deliver an address. Ir
the city the usual memorial exercises
will I)C held under the auspices of the
G. A. R.. Joined by other patriotic organizations
and the school children. All
jvill assemble at G. A. It. hall and th*"
comrades- who will have charge of the
school children are: Section 1, 1-T. C
Kcmple; section 2, J. B. Gibson; section
3, A. Portertield; section 4, "W, H,
Thompson: section 5, O. C. Jonr-s. The
German, Catholic and Rock Hill cemctorles
will be looked nftcr by Messrs,
Schramm, Kramer nnd Lancaster.
At Martin's Ferry.
rue uecorauon uay parade will occur
nt o'clock this morning and wll.
consist of the members of the G. A. R.
and the two \V. R. C. circles, Mothei
McKlnle/ and Abraham Lincoln; cit>
officials, flre department and the lodge*
headed by a drum corps.
The Hne of march Is ns follows:
Form on Hanover, rlsht resting or
Fifth; south on Fifth to Hickory, easi
on Hickory to Fourth; south on Fourth
to Locust, east on Locust to Third,soutl
on Third to Clay, west on Clay t(
Fourth, north on Fourth to schoo
houne, where the{.* will be joined by thf
school children; proceeding north or
Fourth to Hanover, west on Hanover tc
Fifth, north on Fifth to Short, oast or
Short to Fourth, north on Fourth tr
the grove, where the graves of the ole
soldiers will be decorated; thence t(
Rfvervlew cemetery.
The bunk? will bo closed to-day and
the postofflce will observe holiday hour;
which are as follows: 7 to 8 q, m.; 12 tc
1 p. m.; 6 to 7 p. in.
At Bridgeport.
The Bridgeport post, G. A. K., and
the Senior nnd Junior Orders of American
Mechanics, formed on Rank street
Bridgeport, Sunday morning at 10:3(
o'clock, and, preceded by a drun
corps, marched to the Kirk wood M. E
church, where Rev. Holts, of the Wes!
fnl M TT /?ht?r??h nrol^nful n mnmsir.
ial sermon. Th?.> muster was the largest
seen in Bridgeport for years.
At AVollsburg.
At Wellsburg the G. A. R? Rons o!
Veterans nnd other organizations will
form nt the city hall nt 0 o'clock thli
morning, and march to Brooke cemetery,
where after decorating the grave?
of deceased soldiers, an address will bt
delivered by Rev. T. E. Swan, of Christ
P. R. church. The afternoon will l?.i
given up to amusements, chief amonR
which will be the picnic at Millvalc
The following hours will ho observed
at the postolllc* to-day: 0:40 to 9 a. m.;
11 to 12 a. m.; S to C> p. m.
At Moiimlsvllli*.
Preparations have been ma?2o to observe
Memorial Day at Moundsvllle in
a very appropriate manner. Dr. R. M,
Hall has been appointed chief marshal,
and has arranged for a parade, to form
nt the court house 1 o'clock and march
to the cemetery, where services appropriate
to the occasion will be held. The
chief marshal has selected the following
staff: Chief of staff. Col. F. w. If.
Baldwin; aides, Sergeant Ft. C. Yoho,
Dr. !">. J. States and Corporal Charles
C. Kull. A Hqund from the C5. A. It.
nn<l also one from Company M, will lire:
the solute at the cemetery. The formation
of the column for the march to the
cemetery will he an follows: The city
Siutual St
on n
at ft per rent.,
reducahto nvory Loyalty and Pntrl
noi'Ti!13; m,h,y expanded. The mar
Xa5"h?n bor- ?" l?v? and lov.
row rnouffh to Home is in it. .
officers, followed by the firing squads;
the (1. A. R., Company M.; Uniformed
Rank. KnierbtB of Pythias; the three
fire companies, followed by the secret
organizations, the Sunday Schools and
other church societies. The columr. will
xr.ove promptly at 1:30 o'clock.
In the evening, at the M. E. church,
commencing at 8 o'clock, the Epworth
League will observe the day by rendering
the following programme:
Hymn?"America"....Dy the Congregation
Prayer Rev. r?. L. Ar-li
Song?'Red,White and Ulue'..Congregation
Recitation Harry Ruble..
Song, I'attleCryof Freedom..ConKroKntlon
Address R. C. Yoho
Souk*...Mary Mathews ar.d Mary Woodruff
Recitation MIhs Louise Hess
Sons Miss Magpln Hammond
Recitation Ml?s Mary Humes
Song "Star Spangled 15anncr"
Mrs. IX T. Williams.
Relation Miss Meta Roberts
Address Rev. T). W. Ruble
Song "Rattle Hymn of the Republic"
, Benediction Rov. D. L. Ash
1 Annual Picnic of X. E. L. & A. A. Occurs
at the Hilltop Kcsort.
\ The fourteenth annual picnic of 'the
North End Literary and Athletic Association
will occur at Mozart park today.
The outings of this organization
are always accompanied with rare enI
jovment and to-riav'n will be no oxern
tlon. Everything conducive to a good
time has boon arranged, and the communes
In charge promise a picnic that
will eclipse nil former events. Ample
wngon transportation will be furnished,
forty wagons having been arranged for
and these will bo stationed at midnight
at the foot of the incline to convey the
picnickers to their homes.
Dancing, that star feature of all picnics,
will continue from 2 to 12 p. m. to
the strains of Bachmann's orchestra,
and will occur In the park pavilion. The
association has a large number of
fri?ids and its picnics are in the nature
of family gatherings, so that the
pavilion will be a scene of pleasure afternoon
and evening. The prize bowling
contest between the N. E. L. & A.
A. and All-Star teams will be played In
the afternoon, wlkh the line-ups. as
! given In yesterday's Intelligencer. The
games nill be full of snap and ginger
ijtid with "rooting" galore.
Will bo one or the Features of the
day at "Wheeling Park.
As usual. Wheeling Park will offer an
attractive Decoration Day card?only
it is more attractive this year than
ever before, and Includes the five mile
handicap ioad race, starting on the
[ brick-paved pike at Selbert's, and winding
up with twenty-four laps on the
. eighth-mile-saucer-shaped track back
of th? Casino. Entries for this race.
' which Is In charge of \t*l! 1 K. Stevenson,
closed last night, and with the handicaps.
are as follows:
, Riders. Hand.
"Ikey" Pearlrran 2:00
Robert Vance 1:00
1 Joe Halzer 1:00
Percy Harris 1:00
> Frank Clohan 1:00
Charlc? Moriar :4f?
P.ert Pickett :30
I John Lubic :S0
1 Frank Armbnigtor :15
Herman Frlcdrlccli Scr.
A.s the course is over the brick-paved
course, the rain will not injure the
road. and the r.'tce is sure to be run.
"Ikey" Pearlman, the "messenger boy
wonder." is being touted a.s the probable
winner by his many_lriends about
The race will start pomptly at 3:30
o'clock. The following officials will
Referee?Dr. John H. McClure.
Starter?R. M. Archer.
Judges?Emil Leonard, Frank Miller
and Will T. Sadler.
Timers?R. E. Schubert and John
In addition to the road race, the Park
offers other attractions, Including the
concert by the Wheeling Opera House
Military band.- under the direction of
Prof. E. W. Spell and dancing on the
Casino floor afternoon and evening.
Picnic at flirt State Fair Grounds an
Event, of the day.
One of the big events of the day is the
Decoration Day picnic of the Knights
I of St.George, Coinmandery 41, at the
state fair grounds, afternoon and eve.
nlng. A very elaborate and promising
, programme has ben prepared by the
. committees in eharge.
The first event of the day will be the
parade by the commandery and the Ca[
thedral Cadets, accompanied by Mels
tor's band. The line will form at the
i Carroll Club house, on Chapllne street,
1 at 0 o'clock a. nu, and the route will be
, over the principal streets, between
Tenth, and Twenty-seventh streets.
At the grounds there will be amusements
galore, and preparations are
making to accommodate a very large
crowd. There will be three tent shows,
' all of them of high quality, the amuse'
ments committee having spent much
time In arranging this feature.
' In one of the tents therG will be a
? most Interesting exhibition of relics of
' the Spanish-American war. collected
and exhibited by Einll Schmidt, o< this
city, until recently a non-commissioned
officer In the regular army, and who
1 fought at Santiago. This feature alone
"Is worth the price."
Other attractions Include the Con
gress of Beauties and a tine hypnotic
I entertainment In Tent No. 2.
i in Tent No. will be seen a first class
. vaudeville performance, on the* contlnu:
oiis plan. Don St. John, champion
trick rider of Ohio, will perform; San.
dow II., the strong man of Hawaii, will
give wonderful exhibitions of strength,
Including the lifting of four men and
a horse; Burwlnkle Brothers, on the
> horizontal bar and on the trapeze; Yost
, & Burwinkle, clown acrobats; Maine
LePlonde, the five-year-old wonder, and
' last but not least a minstrel show.
Tln'se ont-of-thc-ordlnary attraction;;
l! ? ? /
A Young Girl's Experionoo.
My Uauulitcr'ri norven woro terribly out of
order. 8ho won thin nnd weak; tlio leapt
IioIho startled llor,uiul Hho wan wakeful at
lilgbl. IloforO alio buil tftlcon ono pncltngo
of Celery King tbo cbnn.'jo In bor waH ho
uroat that hlio coubl hardly bo taken for tlio
n.tnio i;lrl. Slw In rapidly growing well nm!
ntronis bor complexion In perfect, and hIio
deeps well every ulgbK?Mru. Lucy McNult,
JtriiHli Valley, Ila.
! Celery IClnKcnroHConstlpntlon nnd all dl?1
nuiMnrIhn \cfwnii.Minnm,.i. I
m'yw. 8old2>y_?IruKKlHia. ilio. muHiUo. 1
whig* 51aiih.
otiwu arc but Love of Home
1 k:? wSK&v owns Rround lie lives
is his country more because his
* ** vE5?^ ** -* -* ^ -* ^
together with dancing through the afternoon
and evening:, make up the pro-,
gramme. *
At Pleasant Valley Park.
The first social affair under the new
management of Pleasant Valley Park,
formerly Selbart's Garden, will oceurat
the out-thc-plke resort to-day, under
the ausplcen of the Pleasant Valley Social
club, and no doubt the opening of
the park will attract a big crowd.
Dancing will be one of the pleasures.
The arrangements predict an enjoyable
afternoon and evening for the club and
Its friends.
Who Have Pled During the Last Year
lo he Secured.
Adjutant Joseph A. Arkle, of Stephens
post, G. A. R, Is looking up data
with the view of getting from the government
tombstones for nine veterans,
most of whom have died during the
year. The government furnishes a
a tombstone free and pays the freight
to the nearest railroad station for a
dead soldier, but requires that the name
of the deceased be given, together with
the company and regiment he served In.
In many cases interested parties have
experienced considerable difficulty In
irymj? u> ascertain me name ol tne |
company and regiment from the relatives
of the deceased who evidently I
never pave a thought to these mattere.
The two Wheeling G. A. R. posts. J.
W. Koll'.day nnd E. W. Stephens, look
after the dead soldiers of the war of the
rebellion, Stephens post's territory in
the city being nil that south of the
creek. r. Arkle for some years has
spent no little energy in trying to get
the company nnd regiments in which
served John F. Stentzel and another
man named Armstrong, who ore burled
In Mount Zion cemetery.. He wants
their graves suitably marked as well ns
several others, but the difficulty In securing
the necessary data is eurpri*ing.
Few women, wives or sisters of
llvlnjt veterans of the civil war Included,
can designate the company or regiment,
nnd where there are no papers
to shed the Information desired, it can .
be seen what difficulty the G. A. R. \\
posts encounter in getting the tombstones.
At Madison School. 5
"Patriotic Day" exercises at Madison I
school, Island, were Inrgely nttended. ,
Mr. II. J. Felber, of the G. A. R., gave a
pleasing talk. In the course of which he
spoke of the disappearance of sectional
lines and -the drawing together of those '
who had worn the blue and the gray.
The following programme was rendered:
Seventh und eighth year pupils
Recitation?"Tho Eve of Decoration
Day" Minnie Weir
Rocltntion?"The ISluo and the Gray"..
Robert Williams
Recitation?"The Volunteer's Wife"....
.....' Helen Burt
Song?"flag of the Free No. 16
Recitation?"You Put No. Flowers On
My Papa's Grave" Lucy Meglich T
Recitation?"Nellie's Prayer" A
Grace Clark
Recitation?"Nathan Hale" c
William McClure h
Song?"Evening" ?
Seventh and eighth year pupils
Recitation?"Memorial Day"
EbsIa Crook
Reeltatlon Sallle Anderson
Seventh and eighth year pupils
Wheeling Glass to Porto Rico.
The Central glass works Is runnfng
full in all departments and is experiencing
an unusually brl6k trade. The
factory's goods tlnd a market in all
parts of the union and its trade has
been >ded to one of Uncle Sam's
new pot ?s!ons, Porto Rico. A shipment
to Por.ee was made yesterday, and
this week the second shipment to Alaska
will be made. The boys in the Yukon
country must evidently retain some
traces of the fin de siecle, for the Central's
consignments to that region Include
cut glass and needle-etched ware.
The hardest rain storm of the year
visited Wheeling yesterday afternoon. G
The rain began to pour clown at 2:30 n
o'clock and continued with the excep- ^
tion of brief intervals for nearly two k
hours, during which time the rainfall M
aggregated one and one-half inches. The ^
storm was accompanied by hail, and
the lightning played pranks with tele- e,
phones In some localities aoa struck a p
number of trees. The streets were V
flooded in the business section with de- b|
bris from the hillsides, the water cwn- J
Ing down streets running to the river . t|
with a ru?h, and several sewers were 'r
temporarily choked. The rain was
greatly desired out In the country. C
Upright Piano for Sale. ^
We have a used Upright Flano, beautiful
Ebony caso, 7 1-3 octaves. In per- f
feet condition, which we offer for $145,
with stool and cover. This is a bargain.
Come und see it. i
| We Extend Cr
? There is great satisf;
| ticularly so in furnitu
> you can spare in one
I A Good ftiame in Yot
JHp. ChaSi
?'?H>ft!,?S!;0.s,lN0 ?VT 011,1 LINE OP BAD
Decoration I
1310, 1318, 1320 and 1322
Bridget? Begorra, mum,
s fine.
Mrs. Society?I know it
10ME JOURNAL recomrr
ised nothing else since trying
Blanke <
Sold in all grades fr
pound. Conies open
packages. Pure and f
refunded if not satisfy
best families in the I<
licious In the cup.
hese arc not Prize Coffees and never ha'
them In this market we offe
roupons. Prizes.
nth SCO?Fine Bicycle.
" 275-Fine Ladles' or Gents' Gold
" 275?Ladle*' Roll Top Desk.
" 275?Gentleman's Roll Top Desk.
" 250? Superb leather Loungs.
" 225?First-Class Gas Stove.
" 175?Decorated China Dinner Set
(100 pieces).
" 150-Up-to-Dat? Graphophone.
" l.Vt?Fine Mandolin.
** 150?Fine Leather Eound Trunk.
" lOO-Flnr* Guitar.
" 100?Ladles' Elopant Silk Umbrella.
" 100?Gents' Elegant Silk Umbrella.
" 100?Ladies' or Gents' Flno Mackintosh.
" 90?Elegant Panquet Lamp.
" 90?Fln& Plush Chair.
" 90?Porcelain Clock.
" SO?Elegant Toilet and Manicure
" SO?Gents' Shaving Outfit (2 Razors).
? so?Turkish Hug.
SO?Elegant Pnrlor Picture.
" 80? Ladles' or Gents' Silver Watch.
" 70?Magnificent Wall Pocket.
" 70?Beautiful Table Covpr.
50?Importer! China Salad Dish.
" 50?Cut Glass Berry Set.
rominent Grocers in This Vicinity Who
WHEELING?Ed. L. Wheeler, Hucbol
Grocery Co., H. F. Nolle. H. G. Hofflan,
F. A. BJuni,- E. H. Dowler, C. M.
eager. Herman Warnecke, Gus H. MeIck,
Mlss^C. Failour, Mrs. S. Klndelberer.
Mrs. A. J. Phillips. Thos. Kllleon,
[rs. M. Caylor, Ebeling & Lashorn. Chris,
outz. A. Morningstar, W. G. Meyer, Mrs.
terschrod, Mrs. Fred. Mehlman, B. Haseauer.
Philip Schnupp. Mrs. M. Daugh:ty,
T. J. Cole. W<-nzel Huobel. Hofmann
Iros., John C. Mcillck. Geo. Relster. J.
\ Pnlnmnn. Kd. firhr.'lni-r. .Tnrnh K'lnrllr
frper, Louis ZtK-cklor. Henry Serlcr. Chas.
'loin, Mrs. A. Clemens. J. A. Courts. Mr.
ohn Norton. C. K. Smith, Mrs. K. Knljnback.
Mrs. C. Bauer. Chas. Strauss,
C. Jotters. B. Elllnsfiam.
ISLAND?Chas. F. Paul. .T. G. Pebler,
. Fran Ice. Forsch & Hell.
BRIDGEPORT?Churlea McConnaughy,
?ora Miller.
'romoters of High Grade Cofl
plete Coffee Plai
los. Speidel, Wholesale ,
We are showing a lot c
ak and Mahogany Morris
:at and back cushions. It
1 their comfort and general
ices we have them from
4/0> All S\rS
mn w ah vim
action in having the best of
i'e. If what you want will c<
payment, divide the cost.
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Step Lad
rs$1.25 Ei
50c kind, for 25c.
n and boys, lor 25c.
ire worth 75c, for 48c.
c bulbrigoan, for 4Sc.
) fine leather shoe, for 9Sr.
Market Street, Whcolinq.
r-in.n%Tiiug*m"**?.mn.r ii
FuT7 v\ \\
is, Bridget. The LADIES'
lends it highly, and I have
om I2ic to 40c per
for inspection. INo
ree from dirt. Money
actory. Used by the
and- Sweet and deire
been sold as such, but to introduce j
:r the following premiums.
Coupons. Prizes.*
With 45?Fine Water Set.
45?Bisque Doll.
" 4 S?Solid Gold Ring.
" 4JV?Cut Glaps Fruit Stand.
" 30? Silver Plated Knives and Forks.
" SO?Ladles' or Gents' Gold Watch
" SO?Fine Carving Set.
" 25?Ladles' or Gents' Fine SlipyxrN
" 25?Sterling Silver Thimble ani
" 2.r??Sterling Silver Match Safe.
" 2T>?Alarm Clock.
" 20?Beautiful Handkorc.hlcf Case.
" 20?leather Music Roll.
" 2^?Silver Spoons (full set).
" 15?Stamped Linen Centre Piece.
" 15?Ladles' or Gents' Pocketbook.
" 15?Double Roastlnp Pan.
" 12?Ladles' Pearl Hnjulk-d Knife.
" 12?Gents' Corkscrew Knife.
" 12?ladles' or Gents' Cult Button!
" 12?Enamel Coffee Pot.
' 12?Tea Kettle.
" 10?Ladles' Beautiful Bolt.
*' 10?Ladles' Full Set Combs.
" 10?Beautiful Picture
" 10?Latest Novel.
" 10?Bread Box.
Sell and Recommend Blank's Cofes
BELLA IRE?L. Grella ? Son. J. i:, !x
J. A. Green, J. M. Jeffcr?, Mrs. J. Mc*
Kelvey, Jos. Clements, M. L. Davis, Fray
Bros., M. J. Keller, I. Dean. I. L. Fawcett.
UPPER BENWOOD?Tlolderman Pres.
II. Humphrevllle, Krlm Bros., S. Huskies,
S. Linn.
AETNAVILLE?Brcltensteln Bros., E.
M. Cravor.
ELM GROVE?M. C. Hamilton, J. G
T RIA DE LP HI A?M r ?. Martin Wasaw
Co.. G. W. McNeil.
Cune Bros.
WELLSBURG-J. M. Rodgers.
fees, Proprietors Most Com< |
it in the World.
Agent, Wheeling, W. Va.
if very handsome Golden
Chairs, with fancy covered
is unnecessary to enlarge
: durablcness, and as for
7.5? to $tf
thy of Sarae.1
everything, par- <
ast you more than s
bivalent to Cash. f
der Jj?
actio pit,

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