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Srlv YoiiK. April 18.-Tti?, J/rmU
a strike- on tho l/dilxh > alloy
? jc'r>cy Central rnllroadi'may bo
^lercl tl.U >vcok by tl.o motherhood
locomotive UnRlnccr. on micoiml ?i
L trains h?l?W beeu. withdrawn.
nluctancouf tlio brotherhood
E"!, opt tl.o vxt ronie mcirami of Strikes
" 1 11 known thnt hopui nro ontor
"."T"int th! Mi'tlM differences
adjusted without any "tie up"
"ScoiSol ncllon to bo mtriuodbv
the cntWcrs .Ill.taWWrtW
lr^o is or't?"od it will bo Hfci.iv, to In
||1L. employes of theso rp.da aro
nil,I iv over a reduction which ins
v number (it Iroliibt trains that had
; minlrtial from tlio nilnoa In ronnsyl
vj la bavo boon taken oil", end tho
whlno nbop employes in Kaston have
t!?n lut on half time. Thi. action ia
n nu L-rowth of the recent acquisition
5? coil mines by tbo Philadelphia &
ivulist", anil In nurnuancp of a acltemo
; 7inu-IU to WalUo in tbo Now
j! ,,y IcJndatnro tl.ey aro now rostrict
in' tile output ot coal for tlio purposo of
?rlcu. Tito inon who
hive been laid olftlirongh tlio abandon
ment of this coal traffic are clamoring
to have the triiina put back so thoy will
be employed. ^
Talk* WUIl Much Lc?? Mn?i?r Hwn Snltt- |
Cincinnati 0., April 18.-I.ast night
a heavy rain gavo John I.. Sullivan a
lidit amlionco at tlio thentro.
Chatting behind the ccuaca ho said:
"I am a teetotaler now. 1 have not
drank a drop in live months, cxeopt ono
?cok of ilio Fitzsimmons-JIaher Oglit.
in St. Paul, and 1 drank a littlo that
week. When I begin training I will
"t take a drink." "1 will bo* n train
in- about June SOtb. I would like Hay
l.ouis if 1 bavo niv choice. How
ever, my training quarters will uo <le
fided upon by my backers. 1 will train
in a quiot placo and out of convenient
it.-.cli of too many people.
??1 have not tiio slightest idea who
nill look after my traiuing. , it. will not
lie Muldoon, fori will not train like i
?lid for Kilrain. I took ions walks; this
time 1 will not walk so much, lho |
principal feature of my training will bo
?kipping the rope. 1 think it tho very
lien kind of oxorciso for a pugilist. It I
ij an exorcise that keeps arms and loss
mini:, and your chest is brought into
plav as well. Bosidcal will.niivo a big
ion pound ball to toss and a fighting bat$
to hit. I will also play foot ball.
"Corbett is a clever boxer, and I pre
sume a nice fellow. Oi course I will
van and win easily. I don't ;wnnt to
appear in tho light of a blusterer, but 1
look upon that purse and $10,000 stake
as very easy jnonoy."
Only One Came Plnyocl?Haln at All Otlior
Philadelphia, Pa., April 16rr-Brook
lyn bunched ten of its thirteen hit9 m
tho fifth and sixth inning to-day,
which, with, two errors bv * Clements
and two bases on balls, yielded ten runs.
With the exception of a baso on balls
tho visitors played without an error of
any kind. Altendunca 2,550. Score:
Philadelphia- i.'i 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0- 4
Brooklyn -0 0 1 5 4 6 0 0 v-ll
Earned runs, 4 and-0. Pitchers, Es
]-cr, Thornton and Foutz. Errors, 2 and
U. Hits, 15 and 13. Umpiro, Hurst.
St. Louis, Mo., April lS.-rThe St.
Louis-Cleveland game was postponed on
account of rain. Two gamea^-wili be
Omaha, Xm, April IS.?2so game
Cincinnati, Ohio, April IS.?-Xojjamo
Columiids, Ohio. April 18.?Columbus
Toledo ganio postponed on. account of
Washington, D. C., April 18.?New
York-Washington game postponed on
account of rain.
Baltimore, Md., April 18,?Boston
Bnltimoro gamo postponed on account
of rain. ^
Louisville, Ky., April "($<?Louis
ville-Pittsburgh game postponed?rain.
A I.nra Struck by Lightning?Famous
Unco II or so i Connumod.
Jepfekson vjlle,* Isd., April ^18.?TllO
largo barn on the extensivo stock farm
of Klihu Carr, near Charleston, Ind.,
was struck by lightning at-4 o'clock
this morning, and tho buil&rng, valued
at $2,000, together with a Btock of thor
oughbred horses valued at SSO.OOO, wore
consumed. Among the horses burned
to death -were Kentucky ltuler, tho
property of Leslio Carr, valued at $25,
000, and Jevellie, belonging-to'Dr. Wil
liams, of Utica, valued at $5,000.
A IVobablu Lynching.
FisKnuno, Ky., April IS.?Last Thurs
day Lucy Prico, aged fourtocu, was
brutally assaulted by two negroes. She
managed to make her way home, and
i informed her mother of what had hap
1 pencil. Sho continued to grow worse,
\ and yesterday morning sho died. She
\ was "delirious moat of tho time, but dur
\ ing consciousness partially described
\ her assailants. Last night a mulatto
answering tho description given of ono
?of tho men was arrested. The citizens
i are greatly excited over tho a Hair, and
should tho prisoner prove to bo guilty
he will Buroly receivo summary justice.
"Whitehall, Ills., April IS.?Tho
icavicst rain over known hero fell last
aight. Tho Hart well lovee, which pro
ectedeovoral thousand acres of farm
ng land mostly planted in wheat,
)roke and the wholo country is now un
ler water. All tho country bridges
vfero swept away ar.d all bottom lands
ro submerged which means that many
housanda of acres of wheat has beon
lest roved. Tho aggregato loss will bo
TJio Dostructlvo Cyclone.
(ii'THRiE, Ok., April IS?? report from
he western part of tho Creek nation
ays a cyclono passing through that sec
ion of the country a night or Iwo ago
lestrovirig over a dozen .houses and
nanv barns, killing three people and a
argo number of horses and cattle.
1'Itti.eHocb, AiiK., April 18.?At 10:30
his morning tho jury in tho caso of
>Via. K. WoodrvlT, ex-state treasurer,
shargod with ombozzling atoto funds
>nd converting them to his own use, rc
?urnoil a verdict o? not guilty.
A Torrlblo Accident.
Ballijcuer, Tkx.. April lS^-Yesterday
afternoon Mrs. Dr. Younger and Mrs.,
^-huder wero buggy riding, and whilo
cro'fing tlie railroad, wore struck by an
engine, Aliicli smashed the vehicle,
knocking both Iu'IIoh but, killiiiir Mr?.
J)r. Younger atid fntnlly injuring Mrs.
ASTUKKT It. It, MKDOTOU
Crltlctzu* 1 lio Mialemi'titn (if l-.'*?$upwrlii?
titiuUmt Iliirrlnututi, 1'rliitml Yvfttcr*
Ai the Vilftor of the htttllfqtiieir.
8111:?I Imvo rend llio iirticlo In your
paper this murninir r.f fmnerlnlendent
Harrington, in wliieli ninny nnwtso and
Incorrect things nru tittered, which aro
not calculated to' benetlt nny one. Hnsh
HtiitouioittH have been recently publish
I'd concerning tlie men under his em
ploy. Now, tlie men who employ him,
1. p., tlie board ol directors, are reckless
ly criticized. Tiiu superintendent caino
to ua a stranger,' and bus received, I be
llovo.klnd mid indulgent treatment from
every member o( the board. Notwith
standing this, bo joins In with tho bnl
nnco of humanity nnd abuses tho poor
street enr people.
It wns a strange act. nil unkind cut,
to wrlto a lengthy address to tho board
tendering his resignation, and oiler tho
sumo to tho public before it could possi
bly reach the board for its action.
.After discharging tho sevon men, tho
superintendent says, "I found that
Hitmo day that there would bo trouble,
and I saw anil talked with six indi
vidual members of tho boards of direc
tors of the two companies. Each and
all said they would stand by me." This
statement is untrue.
The stntemont that lio wns going to
effect n saving of $100 or SCO per week
by discharging the bovcii men is dis
provou bv the fact that ho had already
em ployed throe now men and wanted
an additional number.
Tho board of directors is probably as
capnlilo and ns anxious to take cure of
tho business intoreats of tho company
as Air. Harrington, and havo fully as
much at stake.
I |iavo occupied your spare, Sir. Ed
itor, to corrcct only part of the mis
statements of Mr. Harrington, and have
avoidod criticising his management or
conduct as a street railway superintend
ent, but may desire to do so later on.
Moling, April 18. v DntECTon.
All Sorts of Local Now* antl Gossip from
Tho mooting of tho Congressional
committee at tho Windsor liotel yes
terday resulted in Hon. C. L. Weems,
oi St. Clairsvillo. and Samuel 13. l'ipea,
of Barncsville, ratifying tho action of
tho former comniitteo as to holding
the convention at Steubenvillo on the
24th of May, but tho primaries in each
county aro to bo held as tho county
coinmittoes of each may direct. In
Harrison and Jeilerson conntios they
are called for the 14th of May, and the
central committee of this county will
moot next Saturday to issuo the call for
tho county convention and for the pri
maries ior delegates to the congression
al convention at tho same time. Mr.
Woems had authority from Monroe
and Harrison counties to ratify the call
yesterday. Ho is a very careful and at
tentive member of any committee and
the redult in this county last fall shows
that ho understands the business of
politics thoroughly. He has had the
congressional fever for somo time, but
is not a candidato this year and there
is some curiosity aa-to the position ho
occupies in the matt&r.
Vena Garrard, an iritablo and eccen
tric maiden of several summers, who
lives on Gravel hill, has frequently
frightened peoplo by handling a loaded
gun as if she meant to kill. Sunday
evening she shot at a-boy named Lester
llogers and was arrested and taken
before, the mayor, who lined her $50 aud
costs and sentenced her to ninety days
in jail. She said Bho wanted to 20, as
tlicy were annoying the lifo out of her.
Tho school childron.of the parish pre
sented St. John's Catholic church with
a beautiful statue of tho Sacred Heart.
It wa3 mado in Paris and will be used
in the new church building to bo
erected by that congregation here,
l-'athor Fitzgerald finds a good deal of
pleasure in showing tho prosont to vis
itors, as it is a real w$rk of art.
The Bellaire Boilef and Bridge com
pany elected Edward Joues, II. C.
Liclitenberncr, Louis Grella, Charles
Franka and J. A. Greenfield a3 tho
board of directors for tho ensuing year.
This company has just closed the lirst
year in business and is encouraged at
A Mrs. Lewellen died at her home in
tho First ward .Sunday from blood poi
soning and was buried yesterdav. There
was a good deal of'ugly talk going
around about the poisoning probably
being intentional, but investigation
3hovs this all to havo been a mistake.
Twqi saloonkeepers were arraigned
beforo tho mayor yesterday, one for
violating tho II o'clock ordinance Satur
day night and the other for Sunday
selling. Tho first was lined $20 and
co3t3 and the other?23 and costs.
County Treasurer Frank B. Archer, of
St. Clairsville, and John W. Crooks, of
Martin's Ferry, took in tho Kopubli
:can committee meeting at tho Windsor
L. S. "NVoodbridge, John Smith and
others, of tho Bellairo window glass
works, will build a factory in tho In
diana gas iiolda if bonus."enough is of
Frank Arnett and Charles Zimmer
had a dispute over 25 "cents which re
sulted in tho former being lined 82 and
costs, $0 GO, aud tho.latter $1 and costs,
The School Board organized last night
with Goorgo "\V. Yost as Presidont,
Charles Henrv, sr., as Yico President,
and II. A. Lichtenberger as Clerk.
It is surmised that all of the police
will bo continued by Council to-night,
though a big fight is being mado against
Ofticor Strobel'a confirmation.
Tho congressional delegates from this
city will not bo violded to any candi
date without a contost.' It will bo' an
earnest, active contost, too.
Grammal Bridgoman is out on bail
to appear before the probato court on
tho -d of May for kicking in tho door at
Nora McMillin's homo.
, The infant daughterof TonyWilliaras,
tho Cleveland & Pittsburgh cnsincor,
who lost his wifo two weeks ago, will be
Common pleas court will rosuino in
this county next week, and the grand
jury begins business one week from this
Tho Easter ball at the Turner hall
last night was a .very elaborate afi'air
and there was much good cheer on tap.
President Luko Gavin, of tho city
council, will announce his standing
committees at tho meeting this ovoning.
Emil.Schmidt, who was arrested for
keeping open his saloon after hours,
was last ovening lined $5 and costs.
Tho Salvation Army brass band will
hold a meeting here to-morrow evening,
to be addressed by Major Stillwell.
Ex-Marslial Shepherd and wifo left
vesterday 011 a pleasuro jaunt to Clovo
BLOon poiaonetl by diphtheria, the i
gr'm, typhoid fever, ecarlet fever, etc.,
is made pure anil healthy by liood's
Sarsaparilla.' " 0
AFTER TWENTY YEARS.
Mr. Frank (,'nrlli Stales His. Case
The Following Is His True Statement
"Twenty years i* n long time, Is it
not? Hut it Ih at least tluit loiitr since
that my trouble datea bnek, that I have
carried the burden of mieery-within
tnyatilf." : . .., ;?.
Tlio speaker was Mr. Frank Curtfi, of No. 11GG
High Htreet, Wheollug. "1 do ? not_rbmembcr
the exact dato when my trouble, begun, )>ut it
dates back about twenty year.-,, a* near as I can
toll anything about it," continued Mr. Curtis.
"My lather suvh I was ran over by a wagon on
tho streets ol llaltlmorc, when I was a siunll
child. I almost diod from tbo cflecli of my in
juries, but, on regaining my health again. T was
left deaf in both ear*, remaining thus until No
vember 1, 181)1. when I rallod on Lira. Coocland
6 Hell mid placed myhelf under tholr care, I
had continual ringing and roaring; ana sounds
iu my cars similar to that of a train of cars, and
at times a terrible pain in my head.
"Catarrh finally set in, and mv noao would
slop up so tight that I was compelled to brcatho
through my mouth to get air. CoiiHinnt drop
ping of mucous from my head Into my throat.
Kent mo hawking and hplttlng most- of the
time. Two years ago my nose and throatgoi *o
bad, I would frequently cough so hiird I would
f?plt blood as a result. Had 110 iippctlte, aud
what I did eat disagreed with nio, causing terri
bly pains in my fctomoch. bowels and back. I
grows? weak and emaciate*! I was hardly able
to wort, would feel mon; tired in the morning
than tlio night before on koIii;: to .bed. 1 can
now eat a good, eijuaro meal and relish it, can
do a hard day's work with plcasUM.'which wa<
a continual drag heretofore: can hear an ordi
nary conversation and can heartily recommend
unyonc sutler in? m I have done, to try those
eminent Kr.ecialists at No. 1121 Mala itreet, and
The abovo fitatoment can bo easily verified at
llC'i lllgh street. Wheeling.
DOCTORS COPELAND Jc HEM. havo located
permanent oillces at lli'l Main street. Wheeling.
\V. Yo., where thoy,treat with kucccks nil curable
eases. Otllco hours?9 to 11 a. m..2 to5p. in. oud
7 to 'J p. in. Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 in., and 1 to I
p.m. Specialties?Catarrh and diseases of the
Eye. Ear, Throat and Unrigs. Consultation free.
Address all mail to DRS GOPKLASD A BELL.
II21 Main street, .Wheeling, W. Va.
Trentuicnt. Including medic I he. 5" a nimi?* ?
r-HTThe otllco of JJib: Coi'Kt.ASn & hv.u fs not
connected in any way with any other "ofP.cos iu
Wlu-c-llllg. Pl.l.A.sr. HEMEMUEK iilt-S. ?
Accidents nnd IncliloutH in tlint Thriving
City?Personal and Industrial.
The "Union cornet band cwill give a
concortatthe Opera House to-tnorrow
night. Among tlio features Avill be John
liuml, lluto solo with orchestral ac
companiment; Prof. J. II. Meister,
clarinet solo with variations; E. E. Ap
plegnrth, tuber solos with variations;*
J.ono Star Quartotte, Ur._D..J? lioin!ein
and E. J. (Jontine, guitac, duets; T^on
Enelemyer, vocal solo, and lion. Albert
llnins, recitation. The concert will be
Rev. IT. N. Campbell, pastor of the
Presbyterian church, is quite sick, lie
was obliged to go'to bed a few--days ago
with something liko nervous" prostra
tion, which ballled tlio physicians and
developed into typhoid fever yesterday.
His brother, Dr. Campbell, of Cleveland,
and his mother arc at his bedside.
Word was rocoived yesterday that
gas had been struck at tha,: well* being
drilled 011 tlio ground donated to the
Northwood glass company at Elwood,
Pa., the pressuro being 200 pounds.
The well is near tlio oiiice door.
Mr. Ilenry Elliott and Miss Inez. Linn,
two popular' young people of Martin's
Ferry, were married last, night.*at the
M. ii parsonage by Rov. 1:-S. Winters.
The attendants woro Mr. Dan Ellis and
Miss Sadie Elliott,
Arrangements are boing mado for tlio
observance 01 Arbor Day by the schools.
The exercises will consist of singhig,
recitations and trco planting, and will'
be held on Friday, April 20.
. Mossrs. Harry North wood, Charles
IJelling and Georgo Pownall wero in
Wellsburg ye3lerday to inspect the gas
lurnaces in the glass factorioa at that
Mr. Andy Maden, who has .Wen un
able to work the past ten'years, has
opened, a confectionary on Second
street, near tho city building.
Tho concert and ball of tho Martin's
Ferry Mnennorclior at their hall last
night was a success in every eonso of
Rev. L. D. Morso will preach in tho
Baptist Church, at Steubeuvillo, this
'evening on "Tho Second Coming of
Edward Dithridce, Esq., of New
Brighton, Pa., formerly of Martin's Fer
ry, is in the city.
FreBh Garden Seeds in bulk and pack
age at J. AVilliains' grocery, 011 Wash
ington street. r.ow-* ,
Walter Griffith wont to Clarion, Iud.,
yesterday over tho Wheeling1!*: Lake
John C. Jiayno and son, Wilbur, aro
able to bo about tho house, after a long
Sheet mill No. 3 at tho' JEtna was off
yesterday on account of rip^ira to.tho
Ono of tho dynamos at tho eloctric
plant was shipped away yosterday for
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mansberger arc
tho happy parents of a girl baby.
John Davis, of Cambrjdgo, roturned
yesterday after a short visit hero.
Notf. tlie following opinions of lending physi
cians and liosriT.vi.s ns to tho merit of
SILVER AGE RYE.
Mnx Klein's Silver Arc Whisky has been used
esclusivoly in this institution for medicinal pur
poses with good results. F. K. Tii.dk.sley,
Allegheny. Pa., Xovr. 21.1891.
I hnve been lu tho drucr business for the p st
fifteen yours. Silver Age Whisky has never been
questioned ns to purity, onft always recom
mended bv the medieul profession.,- ? .
V. it. Fleck, Druggist.
Impaired Digestion , repaired by
Many of-- the noted Sanitariums and
famous health resorts aro.using_Gar(icld
Tea in their treatment of constipation
and foinnle weaknesses. tu
Take your meals at' The Milwaukee
Cafe. * Rom-lax Grant, Manager.
Be sure you got tho gontiina 15 a* tin's
Cough nndConaumption*Curefor cotljrhs
and colds. , t
L.S.Gooi)sells dry goods tho cheapest.
Children.Cry for PitcWs Castoria?
J SPECIAL CASH SALE-H. EMSHEIMER.
SPECIAL CASH SALE!
Our second Spring stock was bought remarka
bly cheap and we offer the greatest bargains on
record for cash.
100 Embroidered Jiiekctx ut $3 00, worth $5 00.
One Cnse Checked and Striped 12 l-2c Nainsook at 5c a yard.
One Caso 104 Unbloaclicd Shooting, Si inches wido, the 20c
(futility, at 12 l-2c.
One Caso 8c Choice Challio at 4 34c.
500 ladies' Cambric Shirt Waists, 35cy cheap at 50c.
1,000 Indigo llino and other fast color Wrappers at 89c.
, One Case Fin-Striped and llair-Lincd Ladies' Ilegular Made
Hose, 12 l-2c a pair.
25 Pieces 10c India Silk at 2-lc.
20 lMccos Gray and Tan Cheviot at $1 89 a dross pattern.
Ono Caso Taney Wash Bedford Cord at 10c, cheap at 15c.
OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Watar Straat, Pitta'ourir'a, Pi.
Manufacturo and Sell Every Article, Tool or Appllarico Neodoi
Either tor Gas, Oil, Water or Mineral Tests,
ENGINES, , FITTINGS,
TUBING, ? CORDAGE.
BRASS AJID IRON GOODS AND
For Steam, Gas, Petroleum or Water,
i --it'.-i PRICE LISTS
J. S. RHODES <V CO.
Ill CHOICE SPRING SHADES!
I AM STILL INTHE BUSINESS.
DIt. T. 0. EDWARDS,
?State Agent rou?
The Home Life Insurance Co,,
OF NEW YORK.
In proportion to the risk* assumed, tho strong
est Life Insurance Compnuy In the World.
AsscU 8126 for cach SlOOof liabilities. All forms ol
policies written. Including ?hort term policies.
THE XKW YORK ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.,
Tho most liberal nccldent poller now in tho
market Xon-forfeltablo Level Fremluin.
Agents wanted in every county. Correspond
ence solicited. All nuostions in regard to lifo
assessment and accident insurance cheerfully
?jyjTLES' ART STUDIO.
Portraits in Pastel. Oil. Crayon, W'nter and
2154- TUmiN STREET.
42 Twelfth Street.
E. B. POTTS-CLOTHING, ETC.
About April 1st E. B. Pottfl will oc
cupy tho large now stores 1000 to 1004 |
Main streot and 1G to 20 Tenth street,
Suspension Bridge corner, with a full
lino oi Clothing, llata, Shoes and Fur
nishing Goods. This is the largest aud
finest store of the kinds in tho Statg.
Before.removal wo quote, to closo out,
Children's Shoes at 19c, 25c, 37c, 4Sc, 63c.
72c and 87c up, all solid bargains and |
Bee our Ladies' Fine Shoes at 97c, $125,
$1 37, $1 -15 and $1 S7, and wonder how
wo can do it. 1
Men's Fine Shoes at' 97c, $110, $1 25,
$1 37, $1 45, $1 62 up, all leaders and
matchless in price.
Boys' Suits at 87c, 98c, $1 IS, SI 37,
$162* up, worth doublo the money or
Men's Pants at 4$c, 6Sc, 87c, 97c and
$118 up. Seo our great leaders in Men's
Pants at $1 18, worth $3 00. .Boys' Pants
at 19c, 29c, 35c up, hard to get at this
price. Men's Suits at$l 9S, $2 37, $2 95,
$3 S7, $-150 up. Wo lead\ tho world in
LOW PRICES 1
NOW HERE'S A PICXIC.?ITnmlkerchlcfs, 1.2, ,
8, 4 and f>c up. Halt Iloso, It, Sand Sc up. A. Flno
Silk Hull Hose at '.lie. worth 75c. Suspenders.??,
10. 12, 19 nnd 2%. Men's Shirt*. 17, Z\ and c |
up. All bargains from tho Quartz MllL
OXJT THIS OUT.
E. B. POTTS,|
Main and Tenth Stroets,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Branch Stohes?Rtenbenvlllo.O.; Bcllalrc.O.;
New Martinsvillo, W. Va., and ParkersburR, W. j
CORNICE AND TIN ROOFING.
QALVAXIZED IKON CORNICE
Spccial attention given to all kinds of
Sheet Iron and Tla Work on Bindings.
STEEL AND FELT ROOFING.
Call and get Drices before contracting, ox I nm !
prepared to give bargains in that lino of work.
B. F=. CHLDWELL, |
jol5 Corner Main anri South Streets.
PICTURES 4. ART MATERIALS.
Framed to Onler on Short Xollco,
?A. XT. 1* S3 T O IT. 13 ,
1222 Market Street.
2S1 E. L. NiCOLL.
Studio 2154 Main Street.
12> X CLEJJS. Jl>D l'Kfa?.VTi
No. .V?7 fhnpllne slrcct, three roomi. 3 C uO
No. ivi) Mttiu Htrtct, ilvo rooms 10 00
No. 11210 Mr('ollo?hStreet 19 CO
No. 1417 Warren strcot .. - 8 51
No. 1 IS Fourteenth i*lrcct ?? 20 00
fit.ibio /or two lior?o* t tv)
No. 37 Twentieth street 13 0)
No. 420 Market street, tlx roomed home,
ground Jtoxlio feet I 1,000
No. 240:] Woods Krcotrrx 1.4-W
No 2 .2* MhIn utrvoL 1.700
No. 101 Main htreet OO)
Two cottages, Moundsvlllo Camp (J rounds.
No. U>2 chapllnu street ??
No, 121 Sixteenth stroot ?
No.SMl Woodi Rtroat 1.201
No. :iM.l Woodi street....? 1,20)
Itiilldlng hito on Chupllno ?t, itt by l.T2fo3t.
HulUUng bUu on Chapllnest, M bv 131 foot.
Five roomed homo and lot. McMtvhen... 1,800
Four lots In McMeohen, Miller Addition.
No. 22J Sixteenth street
Chspllnestreet property 30,003
Chnpllne street property 0,000
No. North From street, building slto
No. (is Thlrtydlrst street. 5,V)3
Chopllne streot resldeuce 15,01)
Fourteenth street residence * .. 8,OH
Fourteenth street resldonco - 6.0M
No, iMO\ Wood* street - 1,70)
No. 102.? McCollocb street ........ 3,63)
Tko low on South Front jtroot
No. U6 Ohio street 2,4))
Building lor manufacturing purpose.*,
central location 23,003
TOIi PENSIONS?Wrl(o for Question DIank or
JAMES A. HENRY,
U.S.Claim Attorney, Hoal Kntr\tc Agent, Collec
toraud Notary Public.
splfl 1012 Market Street.
Speeial Sal3 of Real Estate!
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Slxtcon low In Zano's Orchard Addition on
Wheeling Island. belm? imtnbared 5, 0,10, 63, 51,
57, M, 64, tU, tW, 67,63, <?, 70, 71 and 72.
Will sell one or more.
Also. 60x1 13 foot on North Front strwt, Island,
being lot No. l and 17 lost oflot No. 2. In Gil
christ's ndrtltlon, adjoining tbo rc.Udenco of
Also, Lot No. 32, Woodsdale, on tho National
Road, opposite Altenhelm, froutluh tV) feet on
tho pike and running ba*k to tho motor lino.
Takes over Forty foot ol water to touch tha
No. 2102 Main street. AVill dlvldo the prem
ises for two or more families. ?
No. 2MS ICoTstro^t, six roams, SIS 50.
No. 5i"> Main street; larw brick.
No. HI Somh Yor!: street, live rooms.
Two stables for rent.
npIS City Rank Hulldlng, Room No. &
If you want a pleasant homo on the Inland, I
can "sell you a new seven-roomed ho:no. with
bath room, laundry nnd all m>d2rn cou
venionees. or an eight-roomed bric'< home, on
Market street, near tho busing centra of tba
city. . ??
Now six-roomed hon e on North Erlastrooi.
high and dry. for $1.77).
Five-roomed brick houso, 63 South Huron.
Threo-roomed brick home. 3512 Chaplin3
Five-roomed houso at 77 Zane street, *1.800.
Scven-roo ucd dwelling. with bath room, laun
dry, hot and cold water, both ga*e3; lot 35x120,
at SO South York street St,501
Corner property, southwest corner of Zone aud
Hrondwny streets has two dwsllinga that pay
good interest as investment?S2.G00.
On Fourteenth. Fiftcsnth and McColloch
strecK East Wheeling.
On South Front street.
On North York street, river lot.
Lots in Gilchrist addition from 8213 to 515), and
theke are good lots, on high ground.
On Wrtb.ish street, in old Fair Grounds.
On South Penn street
Choice lot* on North Huron street
Pleasant Valley, Glondule. E!m Grove.
G. O. SMITH.
i apll 1229 Market 8treet
FOR SAX. IE.
House. six rooms, Wood street, Centra Wheel
House. seven room3, with hall, EofT street,
Sixth ward, 53,700.
IIouso, flvo rooms, brick. Fourteenth street.
House, Jive rooms. Koff street, between Twen
ty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets, 12.800.
Half lot on Twenty-ninth street. $000.
A splendid furm, nino miles cast of the city,
House, three rooms. First ward, $50).
House, four rooms, Jacob street, Centre Wheel
ing. SI. 300.
Two very desirable lots on South Front stroat
Half lot on3Ioyston street, Sixth ward, 56V).
Lots on South Chapline, EoT and Jacob street*
from $450 to ?803 each.
House of .?lx roonji, 23V5 Woods street; good
Business house on Mnrket street
Business house on corner Twenty-sixth and
One-half lot on Twenty-ninth street, $303.
Thirty-nix acros adjoining Eliu Grove, ehotp.
Building sito for dwelling on Twenty-eighth
A large lot at McMeclicn. 10) by 235 feat Very
House of eight rooms, brick, .Tncob streat, be
tween Fifteenth and SUtdcnth street*.
Seven lots, 50x10) foot, in Fllau. Whyto ani
Gallagher's addition'. I'rioeSlO.) to SJ))e.ich.
One oi tin bait inm-jfaat'irlnj sltii la tha
city, fronting on twi railroad*.
Choice lot? in Gle-idata.
Lou In Fifth ward la FiUa & Whyto'i
81.003, Sl.r-OD, S2.0D) and SJ.0)) to loin on city
NESBITT & DEV1NE,
1739 Market Stroot. mrj
A good farm of 71% acres, one and a half mile*
from the city. A good orchard, six acres in
grapes, has a five-roomed hunsc, stables, etc., and
the best of water. Will sell on easy terms or
trade for city property.
Lots in Hollmnnn's* addition, the best value la
the ICighth ward, on very easy terms, for a short
No. 4117 Jacob street, six rooms and largo
store room . $2,500
FIno homes In Caldwell's run. cheap.S'.tO to 1.500
No. -1615 Jacob street, rents for $210 2.103
No. 41 Thirty-eighth street, six rooms, now- 2,500
No. G42tChaplIno street, ten-roomed house
and two lots.
Brick house, four rooms and hull, Forty
first and Woods streets. full lot.
'No. 8834 McColloeh atieet, six rooms, full
Four lota on I'orty-thlrd and McColloch
streets each COO
Ten lota on McColloch street, good build
lug or manufacturing sites.
JOSEPH A. ARKLE,
Pension Attorney, Notary and Real Estate
Agent. Houses rented and rents collected.
Oitlre No. :t*>17 Jacob street
I hereby announce myself as a candidate fot
the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Ohio
wpl'Diw JOHN ROBRECnT.
I hereby announco myself as a candidate fof
the Democratic nomination for ShorilTof Ohio
icy) A. A. FRAXZHEIM.
f KEELING. noons A.M> windows
VST YV WINDOW guards.
''' fencing, tree uoxra
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OliKS. Offick and Bask Ratuso,
Or Anythlngln WIro.
W. B. ALLISON. 17U7 to tV Street
apl-TTH.ts Telephone 147.
Cottolenc, a preparation of cotton seed oil and
beef fat, in small palls, for salo at
H. F. BEHRENS',
apl5 * 2217 Market Street.