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K .^^*8 ! <?4KIN? rowon Absolutely Pure. TJ:1* powder iiotor rarlc*. A marrel of-purity, trenptn Mini wholeMmonCML More economical than the ordinary kind*. and cannot bo sold In compvUtloa with the multitude of low i?t,*hoit weight alum or pho?phato powden. aoM only <? eatu. Royal Bakmo powu Co., 106 Wall stroot, N' w Vnrlf wmwmr MKO. M. 8NOOK d? CO. 6eo.M.Snook&Go.'s G-K/1E3A.T CLOAK SALE! c?-;ii PAnfmiiPc tn draw crowds of buyers dally. Not a Cloak of any kind in stock but what has been reduced from 25 to 50 per cent. REMNANTS And Odds of all kinds, at prices that sell them quickly. New Embroideries, White Goods, and many other Goods for early spring trade arriving daily. Kigg^Over 1,000 Exclusive Patterns of Embroideries now In stock. GEO.M.8NOOK&GQ. lllO Main St. j?ir, ' DENTISTRY. L- ! ? I I I HI Mill ~I~nTTTTTTT. OPKItA GLAS9ES. < W? hare the jatare KNrwIwB'the City el V ;7 fc:>. Wheeling. ^?i~ JACOB W. 6RUBB, 1- Cor. Twelfth and Market Streets Q-mh -yy-ANTED. Three Haatsrs* Helpers. Apply .by telegraph to EABT CHICAGO STEEL WORKS, fi:l Hammond, Ind. J fib Md&jtum*; umcoi Nun. 'AH unit ?7 IToarteenth HCreet. 1 New Advertisement*. Wantod?'Three Heatera' Helper*?Had Local Wanted?A i*artnor. , Chamber of Commerce. . * Nurnory Wlro Ftudera?heabltt & Bro. Try Home Lifer PUlt?R. H. Uit. Mocks For bale?I. Irwin, Agont , For Ront?Lower Floor, Tnreo Rooms. Union District-Republican Meeting. Amendment League. Opera H01180?MuNlsh, Johnion A Slavln'i Ro- 1 fined Mlmtreli. Amlgnec's balo of numbing, Gaa and Steam * vYtiSted'lIload?Pouilh ptso. j SPECIAL Bargains in Fnr and Beaver ! Overcoatings anil bfavy weight (tailings, , made up in Urst-clafs style. Mufflers, , Wioves uud Heavy Underwear at cost. Just received, unotber invoice ofonr j celebrated Knit Jackets and onr Popular , 60 cent White Shirt. C. HESS Si HONS, Aos. 1321 & 1323 Market Sts. Thermometer Record. The thermometer at SchnepPa drug I " ?tori\ Opera House corner, yesterday, registered as follows: # 7 ?. in 44 | a p. :n u i 1> it m.. 41 7 p. m. 40 lam 44 J Weatner?cloudy. IqiltmCloDa. 1 A7AaniKcro?,D. 0.) Feb. 1.?For Woflt Virginia and Western Pennsylvania. 1 slightly colder, lollowed by warmer and i fair weather, preceded by rain or snow; on the lakes light to freeh variable winds, j L.BII Year Hop. , The active members of the Ladies'Section oi the Miennerchor Singing Society entortained a number of their gentlemen j Iriends very agreeably last evening with a , leap year hop given at the society's hall In Uraiigle's block on Market street. Kill mnnir*. mhinh vu of ( coutsn nn tojoyible feature, and tile ladies < provided auoiher in the way ol choice ' refreshment!!. Narrow Ktoupe Crom a Fire, About 7 o'clock Monday evening the 1 discovery mi msdo that > wooden addi- f tion bullion the rear of the leeldence of 1 Mr. N. Reiiter, situated on Market atreet t just north of Twenty-fourth atreet, was on I lire, and that the blaie was about to break <! out and caure serious daman. Word was c sent to the Niagara ongine house and the t men there responded quickly, bringing axes. A hole wss cut in the weatherboarding, and a low buckets of water 1 quickly applied quenched the Sre, which i had gained a big headway. A due overheated by statural gas tire was the cause. Da. Bull's Cough Syrup takes the lead ? of all cough preDaratlona on onr ahelvee.? Carpenter A Palmeter, Jamestown, N. Y, Dablixoton's Pittsburgh Cream Ale, 8 he finest in the land, at Booth's Fhuenlx. d LOCAL BltgVITl 88. lMtara of Minor Bointut In Mil AboM th. OltJ. Mat: nuk at the Grand to-day. Tbk Grand tbli evening?"A Checkred Llle." Thbku will be aA important special neeting of the Clumber ol Commerce thle iveoiflXe In Police Conrt yeeterday William logere wu eent to the hill lor ten daye or disorderly conduct the night before in tat Wheeling. The Citizens' Railway Company Dlrecore have re-elected George B. UtldweU ^resident, Frank Hill Secretary ana m. -oltos Superintendent. "Emolisu 08 she is wrote" in an evenng piper: "General complaints are learu on every aide owing to the lack of logiigence ebown by tbe garbage collectin." Tiib "Orleana" ealoon has been pnr:haeed by Louis Carl, a popular Eighth ward ealoon keoper. Tbe price paid waa (300 or about one-ball ol tbe valne ol tbe property. Humous were afloat yeeterday of a serfona catting affray in the Second ward between colored men, bnt no detaila conld be reliably obtained and tbe police knew nothing of each an affair. Rjtv, Dk. Kanddli'H delivered an in' tereating lectnre to tbe St. Andrewi Guild of tbe St. Matthewa church In the Sunday School room of the church las evening. The attendance waa good. Tbi County Commissioners' Committal on Court Uonae and Jail met yeeterdaj and went over the monthly bills. Tbe ful Board will bold a meeting to-day to Crane act the neual monthly committee bualneet Tax weather clerk kept up the recori yesterday by fnrniahing tbia locality witl two cow kinds, including a slight rain The air and aldewalka were both disagree able for outdoor pedestrianism, and th new Uurney cabs had a brisk day of it. Cuts* Hook yesterday issued a raai riage license to William Kotler, aged 23, native of Ohio county, now residing i Marshall county, and Miss Anna Hem man, aged IS, a native and resident of tbi county. Thero were forty-one marriag licenses issued in January. It is reported that Tom Liat, formerly c tliia city, now of Pittsburgh, slipped an fell on tie ice in that city Saturday an broke one of his legs In two places an that he Is now laid up in one of the hoepi tale. His footing was not sure as he w> already crippled in one leg. *** - " pamnonv vlfl J.IIK >Y UKMlUg AWUVMt wuiuf.?; ?1 done nothing with its line for a few day I past except to string the wiree on the sec tion from Twenty-fourth Btreet north Travk-laying haa been rendered impoaai bJe by the weather. It in expected car will do pat on the completed track in week. Whilk some boys were coasting dowi Wheeling Btreet Monday afternoon one c thosledfiolea Btrnck a Btono with so mud force as to ignite the natnral gas whicl wob leaking at the.'corner of Wheeling am Franklin streets. The leak was sought fo: and the break was repaired Tuesday morn ing.? Wanhington, Pa., Reporter. Shortly after seven o'clock lost evenini persons passing Keats's shoe shop,.oi Zwo street near the Suspension bridge saw a heavy smoke issuing apparently from under the eaves. The Island ree was called, but it was found that the smoki came from the low chimney and was elm ply blown down close to the roof. Pxbsons having ajtaate for high art deco ration ahould not fail to boo the interior o the Second Presbyterian Church. Fo several weeks John Stulen, jr., of Pitts burgh, and his fresco artists, havebeei busy decorating the coiling and walls o the audience room in his patent mura decoration. The offset is very handsome and the church when completed will bi one of the most beautifully decoratei in the city. Leopold Ackkrua.n.y, a butcher livinf in Martin's Ferry, woo in this city jester day looking after acme business one chanced to get a little too much stimulan on board, and this led to bio meeting witl a painfnl accident. While in Nortl Wheeling he dismounted from his horsi and in endeavoring to mount again he fel and cut his face and head badly on thi sharp stones in the street. He was picket up by some persona who saw him fall anc the cuts patched up and the mud woshet off. In addition to the cuts he was seri oualy bruised about the body. A Pit EC IO US PAIR. A. Man od<1 HIm Supposed Wife Looked Up iDtoreatlog Tale. A man known as "Pro!." George Lini and a woman generally believed to be hli wile, were locked np laat sight by Officer! Shorts and West and charges of vagrancy marked against them. Linn is the "Dr.11 Linn who ran a dime museum and sleighl of hand show, flretin the Ecilly block and then in the room adjoining Lake's liver; stable. His principal leat was chopping a man into fragments and patting him tO' [tether again, a chestnut illusion not very skillfully performed. When be came here he had with him a woman who did the "Circassian girl" fake, and who hat long bushy hair and Is as dark as a mulatto.; Recently this woman has been noticed on the street a good deal In the evenings. Night before last Officer West heard criee of "police" on Market street, and running to the locality of tho noise, fonnd Line and the woman and a well known young professional man. The last named aaid he bad accosted tho woman and was walking down street with her, when Linn interfered. Tho woman seemed disposed to gc with him peacefully, and West let all mree go. Yesterday the police say they learned that the woman haa been inveigling men into her company, and that Linn woulcj show np when they were in a compromising position, play tho injured husband, ind demand monev. They Bay in one saso he got a anm of money from a lawyer, [t waa on acconnt of this atory that they locked np tho conple. Linn declined tc say whether the woman waa hia wife. He lad with him a quantity of aloight of hand ind trick apparatne. ABOUT PEOPLE. Jtrangera In ilia City aud Wheeling Folki Abroad. .Mr. R.T. Devries, jr., has retorned from 1 abort pleaaure trip to Chicago. Mr. H. P. McGregor, who has been vis* ting hia father in Ritchie county for a week or ao, returned home laat eveniog. Misa Kate Lobmiller, of Wellaburg, who iaa been viaiting Mrs. Thomaa E. 8herratt, of the laland, haa returned home. 0. P. Perln, the manager of the Belmont )laat furnace, haa resigned hia position to iccept a more lucrative one in .Aahland, SViaconaln. J. J. McOloakey, of Louisville, a large (lass buyer, is] at the McLure houae. He omee hero, to lay in a atock of glassware torn the loctl factories. Mr. William E Post, of Baltimore, ono >f the legal advioera of the Baltimore <4 )hio road, is again in the city, stopping at ;he 8tamm House. He Is a very clever tcntleman and has a number of friends lere. fI ? L ttTIII U linos l,o V>spi. mil Ui II n>U| IT1IU| Uiuvu Uu <ui| lero (or lils annual winter sojourn in the lonth has been staying at Columbia, 8.0, iaa Rone to the De Fnnnlak Springs, Fin., o attend the Florida Chautauqua Aaeemily. Tbo place is located on the Feneacola c Atlantic road, half way between Pensaola and Tallaoaeeee, and half way beween New Orleans and Jackaonville. One small particle in the eye paine the 'hole body. Uso Warner's Log Cabin Extract. It will cnre many a pain. Iltat l)rnaa?li Ctrpati Mud*. Kemnanlo enough (or small rooms at 60c r yard, reduced from uOc and $1 00, at I Stoki it Taomia'. 8rac-Sccc*ss Soap alleviate and heals. kin-Success curea all Skin Diseases. At rug store ol McLain Broe. TO BOOM THE STATE ~ A JIU8INK.S8 MEN'S CONVENTION h Proposed to bo Hold Hero In the Niar Fa. q tur?>, to Take Stops to Attract Imml- c ^ration to Wait Virginia?Whet is c Thought of the Projaotin this Oity. 1 8 Yeeterday the IxTiiuoixcia printed ' in ita telegraphic colnmns a dispatch gtv- c ing an account ol the movement among n the reeidentg ol the bllizud coned Weat to aeek homea in the moro favored sec- J tione of the land, and in the editorial j colnmna a enuestion vaa made that the a Wheeling Chamber of Commerce invite > the people of the State interested in teeing the population increased, to meet here ? and take steps to attract to the advantages r of Weat Virginia the attention of people & seeking doeirable locations for homw. a Yesterday Intelligences reporters con- ? versed on this subject with leading buai- J neso men who were met in the daily ?' rounds, and the sentiment seemed to be J almoat unanimous in favor of the proposed J convention here. It was suggested that J . the merchants, real estate agents and * i others interested in the growth of the 8tate * i be invited to gather in this city, compare J [ views, suggest ways and means and adopt ? measures to bring into the State new pop* fl . ulation from any source. It was generally * . agreed that no State East or West offers e ] eo many advantages of location, transpor- ] tation, soil, climate, educational and reli- * , aious institutions and cheap farming land. J J The only difficulty is that those advantages ' 1 are not known to the world at large; and 1 3 the principal aim of the convention Bug- ' * gested, would be to advertise abroad the * attractions possessed by Weet Virginia for 1 home seekers. Mayor C. W. Seabright, in the course * of a conversation with a reporter last even* ing said he was in favor of any movement Q that would bonellt the oity or State, and would do anything he could to contribute 8 to the succees of the project. 1 8 "I wao Chairman, said he, "of the House of Delegates Committee on Immi)i gration and Agriculture eight years ago, d when a bill was passed to establish a State d Bureau of Immigration. Mr. Ludwig was d made Commissioner. When we asked for i- an appropriation the objection was raised s at once that the people could not be ex- ; pected to come into our State and locate B where if they raised valuable crope they o could not get tbem to the market. The . lack of railroad tommunication was con i( aidered fatal, and the memoers an eaio, . 'Open np vour 8t\te first and the popula0 tion will come naturally.' I thought the g two things ought to go together. Since . that new railroads have been built into many aectiono of tho. country, and the*e ' ] are now largo areas of vacant land con- ' ' venient to transportation facilities. I , : think the time bos vonw to start a Weat i j Virginia boom." Ex-Mayor J. W. Grubb said yesterday; ' "I think that is a pretty good echemo; in I fact, 1 think it la an excellent echeme, and j can be carried out to the great benefit of i * tho State. When I was mayor I received . 3 at least a dozen letters asking for informn- J tion as to the advantages here for manu- , \ factnring, businew orreaidenco. People j 1 seeking new locations were hungry for in- , 9 formation. I gave them what information J * I could in letters, and I also got a number > of copies of the Istklligk.nckb's big j natural was edition and sent them out. j f But I realized then that the city or State j r or both ought to have some way of making , - our advantages known to tho outside i i world." f Ex-Mayor J. A. Miller?It would at | 1 least bo a good idea to mako an effort to j , keep people now living here from going j J away, and if wo can bring in new popnla- ? 1 tion it will be well. At least tho suggestion j is a good one to argue and consider. I Mr. Joseph Speidel, the wholesale gro- < . cer?That is a good idea and ought to be , I carried out. When I went through the ] t West last year I was surprised at tho lack . i of attractions for immigrants. There is j i not on6 ol the States into which iinmigra- . *'-* ?? no ran comnare with < iJIUUU ?1 -rr 1 Weet Virginia in Anything bat blowing, i ) I Oar good points ought to bo usd# fmown. 1 N. B. Scott, President of tbo Oentral I Glass Works and Stato Senator?That hits 1 my idea exactly. No State in the Union oilers more or better advantages, and now is the time to let the people know about thorn. The business men of the ?ttte should be glad to take up the suggestion. Morgan L. Ott, of Ott Bros. & Co.?It is worth while to wsJce the effort. We may accomplish a great deal by trying. J. Eliwood Hughes, cf TIiqibm Hashes & Co.?The thought is a good one, bud I hopo it may assume practical form. The Chamberol Commerce cannot do abetter thing than to start the movement. Henry Speyer, of Spever Bros.?By all means let it be done. Wo have a State worth talking about, and if we go at it right I believe we can do a great deal in that direction. W. F. Peterson, of the Caldwell A Peterson Manufacturing Company?The idea is excellent and it ongbt to take hold. I should look for good returns. At any rate it will do no barm to try. The businese men of Wheeliug are deeply interested in the development of the State. David Gutman, of M. Gutman A Co.? I The Intklliqkncer desorvee great credit for advancing bo good and practical an i idea. I think the Chamber of uommerce [ . will not hesitate to act upon thfl snggeeUon. Joseph 8. Gibbj, ol L. 8. DeUplaia <Sc ! Co.?The schome la first rate, and we ' onght to see what wo can do with it. . Wheeling business men wi'.l certainly boo i the advantage of doing all they can to ad- f vance tho prosperity of the State. Howard Hazlett, of Hsilett, Wheat 4 ' Hays.?I think the Chamber of Com- i merce will gladly do all they can to bring i bont anch a movement. , Dr. K. W. Hailett?I hope the suggestlon will be taken np at once. Few of na 1 realize what there is in Weat Virginia to > bnild a great 8tate on. I Mr. ?. Bnckman, the whoieeale hatter? , 1 am in favor of that. It is a good thing, _ i and I think entirely feaalble. ouch a convention wonld result in good for the city and State, even If nothing special was ac- : compliahed. f M. Iteilley?I approve oi the idea, and I hope to see it carried Into effect. All : 1 things of that kind, which tend to increaso : tho social interconrae among the businees men of West Virginia and add to the gen- f eral knowledge concerning West Virginia, are good for the city as well aa the reet of the Stato. You may quote me in favor of . the idea. A. 0. Egerter?I think It is a good a tiggeetion. 1 saw conntry right on the railroads thronghont the West last year that I would not accept aa a present if yon gave me the whole State. Weat Virginia Is _ ' away In advance of them in every respect. ' The convention suggested certainly can- ] not do any harm and might do a great deal of good. ( Attend the ttemnant Sale of Dry Goods * and Carpets this week at h Stosi A Thomas'. \ Sulllc* Hlnlon. i1 The gale of reserved seats will com- ri mence at Baumer's music etoro thla morn* lag (or the engagement of Miss KalliaHin- ij ten at the Optra House Thursday, Friday a and Saturday evenings and Saturday afternoon. She will present "Poor and mad," "Fanchon" and other popular plays, and ai the admtsalon will be 25 and 80 cents. An a| exchange aays of bar: "Miss Hintoa is Terr pretty and poaseaaei a rich voice which sbe usee with considerable effect in songs Introduced In several scenes. 5) She has many of the winning ways of her sc sister, and apparently has a prosperous career before her." I huxtily recommend Salvation Oil for neoralgia, for It acts like a charm. J. 8. McOanlley. (Policeman.) Keeidence 305 N. Bond street, Baltimore, Md. Body BraiMli Remnants Reduced from $1 00 and tl 25 to 00c per yard, enough lot imall rooms, at Stoxi A Thomas', at A WlIBHLlNO_YOUNG LADY ;iop?i With ? Plttaborgher to Avoid Walt* log to W?d. Monday's Pittsburgh Commercial QuuUt u the following interesting story: A uiet little elopement took place (rom tbie ity on Sttardiy. Louts A. Hartmm, ashler la the office ol the Philadelphia Jatural (in Company, end Mlw Knby B. Imlth, of Wheeling, now a pupil at the Jnrry Inatitnte, met clandestinely at the Tnion depot and in a fow hours had ronod the State line of Ohio and were ude husband and wife. Mr. Hartman is twenty-two years of age nd fairly good looking. He lives with lis parents at No. 0216 Station street. East Sod, where he was seen last evening. He t first denied that be had been married, nd told the reporter the latter had struct be wrong person. After being hard ressed and amid a nnmber ol blnehes, be aid:?"Yes, Miss Smith and I were marled at Yonngstown, 0., on Satnrday alsrnoon. She is now through her atndiee nd we have known each other for a long Ime. We were engaged on New Year's Jay. We intended to get married in a 9* weeks. My wife'a parents, however, bfected to each an early marriage, and ixed the date as the 1st of April. We lid not like thir, and I wm afraid when be 1st of April came around the thing ronld be postponed to the 1st of July or ater. This was the only thing that binlered oar wedding, bat we determined to ;et married anyway. As my wife was inder age we coald not get a license here, 10we deeded to go to Yaungatown,where re had friends. We left Pittsburgh at !:15, got to Youngatown at noon, were narried at 2 o'clock and got back this morning. On oar arrival at Yonnsstown we were met by Frank Finney, an old friend jf mino, who eecorted as to his hoase, where we were married. We had no trouble in securing a lloonao and Bar. F. B. Avery, of tit. John's Episcopal Obnrch, performed the ceremony. My wife'a parenta lire at Wheeling and they were made acquainted with oar action. She baa been Boarding with her grandfather during the time ahe. waa going to school and while we wore going to Yoangatown he thought ahe waa golog home to her parenta to spend Sunday. We will tako up our residenco in the Eiet End. Now please say as little about the matter aa possible and put it on an Inside page." Tne groom !s very well kuown in this city and the Kiat End, where be Uvea. The young wife'a family ia also well known in the Nail City. MR. SATTBIUFIBLD ItKTIKKS From the II. & O. Co.'# Sorrlce, and It l're. anted With A Testimonial of Kiterm. Mr. E. F. Satterfidld, the principal representative of the Baltimoro & Ohio road at this point and Benwood, two or three weeks ago sent in his resignation, to take affect February 1st, and last evening brought his connection with the company to a cloeo. Ho was not allowed to depart from his cfUce without a substantial testimonial from the clerical lores that has been under him of the csteom jnd regard in which he is held by those who have ijeen 8ssscialed with him. It ivas about 8 o'clock last evening aud Mr. Satterfleld had just finished sinning pa* [>ors and transfering the oilice over to his mcceasor, Capt. Henry A. fcspiea, of Moundsville, when the clerks called on aim and through Dr. E G. Pratt, the Medical Examiner on this division [or the Relief Association, who noted as ;heir spokesman, presented to him a aandsome gold watch, chain and charm, ippropriately inscribed as coming from the clerks of the freight department hero, ifr. fiatterilelu wm complexly surprised, aut notwithstanding responded feelingly, rhe good-byoe w?re then said aud Jur. iattorlield stepped oat. Mr. Batterfield has been connectcd with he Baltimore & Ohio here for about eight rears. Ho came here from Bellaire, where 20 was also in tho employ of this company. Previous to Oapt. Davries* depar:uru Mr. Satter&eld was freight Agent ind chief clerk to Oapt Devries, who was ihe General Asvnt. After Oapt. Davries eft Mr. Satteiilbld continued as Freight Agent, and in addition did the Jutiea that Oapt. Davries had performed, ind this has continued to do ever since, in appointment V) the General Agency laving never been made sincq Oapt. Dearies went ou the Trans-Onio division. Mr. Satterfield's departure will cause lenoro} regrot among Wheeling bnsileea man, who have always found him i i ! i. v.?i? ?i reauy buu hu&iuub iu uuip iffoiu iu mmr justness in every possible way, often ppting himself to considerable inconvenience a do so. The B. & 0. Company wan much iverae to adapting bis resignation, for by ts principal cinceni he vras considered >ne of their best and iBoat trpjtsd representative. Captain Clements ind Qapt. Devrios especially reposed great jonfldence In him. Mr. Sattetlleld says )f bis retirement that he first proposes to ake some needed rest and trarel, whfch le thinks be is entitled to after the yean >f assldious Iabdr be has bad, and all his 'riends, who are numerous, will agree situ hip in this. What he will do later leis not yet prepared to say. Bis successor, Oapt. Spies. has, for a lumber of years, been in charge of the Moundsville oftioe and is highly epokon of is a genial, accommodating official, who rill be sure to wako himself liked. Mr. itrahl will remain as chief clerk. TUE BIVEU81DE STKF.I, PLANT, tha K. or I, Seal* Slin..l ftodtha Warkato KaanmaatpoSB. The Riverside Company last evening ligned a cjaIo nailer tbe provisions of vhich its eteel works end plato mill will it once resume operations alter an idlelees of fivo weeks, Tho ecilo eigned is he (IP6 presented by tbe Knights of jjbor with two or three slight amendnents. Thcso wero in ado at a conerence held yesterday, each as was ntim&ted would be held in yesterday coming's issue. The seals as tuned la aid . to be practically tho samo as that irepsred and presented by the Amalgamted Association, what for modifications here ara being principally differences in he methods of working. It is also said bat these modifications are in the latnre of an advance over lait year's irlces. It is expected to have everything in eadlness to start the works op in fall by londay morning. This resumption of rork means employment for 300 bands ,nd will be welcome news to many ootids of those employed. Tli* Voll Situation. ?The usnal weekly meeting of the local isil manufacturers was hsld at tbe Denrood Company's office yesterday, bat the oanufactarsrs report nothing done. The recent report that the scale signed ,t the Mingo mill had been adopted by ,11 tbe mills was not correct. The fact is hat the scale signed at Mingo last week las been in effect in ail the mills of the Veetera Nail Association since the end of he long strike which began in 1885. The illls have no uniform scale of wages for ailing. The Western run Association will meet 1 this city a week from to-day in regular lonthly eteaion. Bliohti.t aoiletl Lice Curtains at 75c id $ 1 00, reduced irom $4 00 and $6 00, ! Btonk & Thomas'. Writing Machines, List ol writing machines taken in exlange for the New Oallimph. Will be ild cheap. Address Edward L Rose iCo. One No. 2 Oaligrapb, price ISO. ()n? Nn. i! CaliuraDh. nrica f40. One No. 1 0?llgr?pb, price $30.! One Hall (new), price $30. One Grandall (new), price $60. OneOrandiU, price $30. i One No. 2 Remington, price $50. i One No. 2 Remington, price $10. < Bcmnant Sale. Remnanta ofOaahmernand Dre? Ooodg i bill prise. Swum d Taoiua. THE UNION BRIDGE IMl'OltTAMT MEET1XU TO-NIGH1 Ot the Chamber of Commerce, in Reference to the Bridge Project?Corpi of Kngtncore Barreling the Terminal Boot* through Town?ttaturdaj'e Vote. Mr. Herman Lanb, a civil and bridge engineer of Pittsburgh, arrived in the city y eater day, and will remain here and take part in the surveying and platting of the projectod Union railroad bridge and the connecting terminal system of tracks. Yesterday Mr. Lindenthal, the consulting engineer, Mr. Lanb, Mr. Frank Hoge, the Oitv Engineer, and others, took a prelimin ary look over the proposed gite of the terminal tracks. The company hsa employed a number of engineers and assistante with a view to making as complete and detailed a survey of the lines within the city aa hu already been made of the road from Oonnellsvllle to Wheeling and from Martin's Ferry to Bowsrston. Mr. Lindenthal was obliged to go to Pittsburgh last night on bnsinese, bnt will be back and resnme the supervision of the work here the last of tho week. A special meeting of the Chamber ol Commerce has been called for this ovoning. The exact purpose is not known, bnt it la understood definitely that the primary object of the eeeeion is eome business connected with the bridge project. From the interest felt in the matter it is probable that there will be i large turnout of members this evening The business men are apparently alive tc the importance of secnring the bridge anc connections. Large numbers of prominent manufac turers, business and professional men anc a delegation or two of Intelligent working men called at the McLure house yeater day and inspected tho maps there dis played. 80 .far as heard from, the aenti ment seems to be lsrgely in favor of thi bridge, but aa it takes a three-filths ma ; jority of the vote cast at the special else lion next Saturday to adopt tbe ordinanci authorizing the ?100,000 subscription, it i not safe to take the enccess of the projec as a foregone conclusion. A CLUB PKOI'OSED On an Klegaut Scale by the Hebrew tien ..r If >.?.]< 11 sr. Publication has already boon made t< the effect that a number of the leadinj Hebrews of this city proposed forming i clab and providing themselves with i club house in which should be combined all the modern ;improvementa and con veniencea of a first-class clnb. This project is to be carried ont and that as earlj as possiblo. The clab is to bo known an the "Progress Club" and is to be an in* corporated concern. Application for certificate of incorporation has already been made to Secretary of State Walker bj Meters. S. S. Blcch, Samuel Krnft, Bernard llorkheitncr, M. Gutman, E. Buckman and Alf Kheinatrom, who will appear as the incorporator. The capital stock is tc be limited to $40,000; of this 12,000 is sub scribod and 10 per cent paid in. As soon as the stock books are opened thore will be forty-seven gentlemen subscribe for various amounts. Tho present idea is to eecure some large mansion for a long period of yearo and remodel it for club purposes. Three or four such buildings have been looked at and a leading architect has been consulted as to plans. One gentleman owning a residence that could bo changed so as to bo suitable for a club house, made a very good oiler. The building selected will be remodeled eo aa to contain a large pall room, a billiard room that will accommodate at least three tables, o bowling alley, a large dining room, and an ordinaire, parlors, bath rooms and card and dancing rooms, There will also be quarters for the janitor and caterer. That this schemo will be a go is an assured fact, for there is the money and enterprise back of it that will not allow of failure. Already thore have been three or four applications for the position of caterer, two of them being from out of town parties. The club will be remodeled nfter thr famous Progress Club, of New York, and tho equally famous Mercantile, of Philadelphia. tfearly all the Hebrewa here arc interested in the matter, end as soon as il is formed the two email social clubs thai nlt-Aoriv Avtnfn will nrohfthlv he merged into if. A YOUNG MAN IJUIIT II/ Falling from a liaggagfl Cor While on the Hemptield lirldge. 4ndrew Dixon, a young man about 2( years old, onipioyod by the B. & 0. Ex proea Company as one ol Its drivers, mel with a Tory painful and aoriouB accident at the B. A 0. passenger depot last even ing. He bad gotten np in the mail and express car of train No. 104, leaving here lor Pittsburgh at 7 o'clock, (or the purpose of helping put off tbe matter for this place, Whilo so working the train was pulled forward h few feet, so that this car was on tbe trestle bridgo over tno crook, Dixon did not notice that the train had moved, and after finishing what he had to do jumped from tbe open door. Instead of striking the platform as he expected, he iandod on the ice covered creek below, a distance of about thirty-live feet. As soon ae possible he was gotten up the bank and placed in a coach which was rpn down to his home, In tbo lower part of the city. Dr. Campbell, the company's physician hsre, made an examination of the man's injuries and found that his right leg was badly broken nrar the ankle, and bin back severely sprained. In addition he was badly j irrcd all over. It is a wonder that he was not killed outright. It is also a wonder that more people do not moet with injuries at that point. There is little or no light there and frequently large numbers ol people gather tsere to tuko the late Fittijburgh train. Especially is this tbo cuo on Sunday night. Several aecidents have already taken placs thoro. More light wculd make a vast improvement. Charming KccapUon. A plenaaut rocoptlsn waa given last evening at the reaidenca of Mr. William Kllingham, in Eirt Wheoling, by Mrs. Elilngham, in hunor of ber guests, the MIsjos Biddy, of Cincinnati. The evening waa enjoyably spent in social convene and mnsic, and an elegant repast was served at a seasonable hour. All present carried with them to their homes pleasant memories of the evening. Hjrop of lfl?a Is Nature's own true laxative. It is the most eaatly taken, and the most effective remedy known to dense the system when billons or costive; to dispel headaches, colds, and fevers; to cure habltnal constipation, indigestion, piles, etc. Manufactured only Dy the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Oil. Sold by Logan 4 Co., Anton P. H?s, R. B. Bnrt and 0. Menkemeller. At Ballalre by M. N. Mercer. Plush Wraps reduced from $28 00 to $16 00 at Stoke & Thomas'. Jim Baker and Sam Arthur Qol Thtlr Monaj. The Timet recently mentioned the fact that Jim Baker and Bam Arthur had drawn $15,000 In tbe Louisiana State Lottery. Last Thursday tho money waa received through the Missoula Nat'l Bank, and turned over to the lucky holders of 1L. ll.L.t Tktfta na fnn. u1d itujkow iwdo ut luui uuiai lutuui prizes were secured by Miaeoala parties t the last drawing. Another tenth of the capital prlie of $150,000 wis drawn by William Poad, of the town of Anaconda, In the adjoining coonty of Deer Lodge, md was collected through the Omaha National Bank of Omaha, Nebraska.?Milioula (Mont.) Timet, Dtcemker". daw Kimxants, Sheetings. Tickings, Calicoes ind Flannels at hall price this wssk, at Broxi & Thomas'. BBLLA.IBH. All Borta ot Ltinl N?wi and Goaalp From th? Qluaa City. 1 Council met lut night. lUrry Kelijr la heme from the B?utli. lfr. 8. Flercv. of FltUboifb, la vlaitlng here. 1 The ateel worka will aUrt to-morrow or the next dar. J. F. Youug, of at. Clairiville, waa down yeater* day. Fred Walling, of Cleveland, la here vliltlng old frlenda. Sana- Marr Jonea, of Wheeling laland, la here viii Itlog frlenda. Mlaa Florence Everson, of Johnatown, Fa., la vialting here. Mr. Fhll Bruner waa down from Wellavllle yea, terdaj on buslnesa. The farmera of thla vicinity do not want the proposed new rotd law. There la talk of the nail wolu atartlng about the middle of thla month, ~ William Bocwell, of Gravel Hill, haa accepted a poaltlon In Fittiburgh. T. H. Tappan haa a fine picture of Father Cull in the Globe Hotel window. 1 The Fir at ward Republican* will meet to-morrow night to organize a Republican olub. Joe Dunn, of Bealivllle, waa arreated and fined |8S 60 for killing quail agalnni the law. i Mr. Al. Gaetxs will go to Beaver, Pa. He baa purchaaed property there and will go there to live. The Mayor haa been called on to investigate a row betwoen two well knowu cltlxena of Ouernaey atreot ltev. W. 8, Cochran preached in the Firat Preabytorlan Church laat night. He came from Flttaburgh. Two drummera had aomo words tho other evening at the Globe houae, and one of thorn got It in the mouth. A young man named Scott waa atruck on the betid at City Hall by a chisel falling from tho cupola dropped by a workman. Ho get a good brulae. William Gay. of near Kelaey. waa kicked by a vicious hone thin week and had hla noao broken, and sustained other serloua lujurlea about thefaco and eyea. MAliTlN'S FKItltY. Peraocal, Social, Industrial, Etc.?the Fire Company. The i?tna mill goea on In full to-day. The city lockup containa three inmates, 8. B. Ha ugh ton returned laat evening from Baat ' Liverpool. I Shipments are being mado from the Elaon glaaa - works dally. iru-, i?~.~ at thA TAiiBblin mill re . tutDM to'aay^1 "" Mr. Bchaeffer la rapidly filling his new,ice house 8 on First street. Ned Elks has resigned his job as a heater's helper iu the -K.ua palll. Mrs Andenon Ralston hssso far recovered from 3 typhoid fever as to be able to sit up. a All should remember the meeting of the young t Republicans in tily Hall Friday night. W. H. Humpbrevllle has removed from his old stand to tho Srszier room across the street. The Standard Diucing Club gave another of their pleasant hops last evening in their club room on . Fourth street. The strike of the feeders at tho Laughlin mill has been settled and they resumed work yesterday ) morning at D o'clock. ? Mr. Adam Wernlg has removed his grocery and 4 confection from tho Katcllff building to next door I to the Bayless House on Fourth street. At fhe moo ing of tha Alnha Assembly No. 1G52 , K of L., the following oillreni wore elected: M. [ W.. Hugh McUlumpby; W. F., Robert Hanson: K. . fl., Harry Shrodes; F. a., James bhrodes; Treasurer, John Beavon. On next Tuesday evening a parlor concert will ' bo given at the residence of Mr. aud Mrs. T. 11. i Martin on Fourth street for the benefit of the Episcopal Mission. Prof. J. M. Schofleld, James O. ' Howolla, Charles Thorngato. Miss Flora Williams, > Miss Emily Wanvood and others will take part. Rev. Mr. Bradford, pastor of the Baptist church, > celebrated his birthday last evening at his residence on Third street in pound party style. He was pounded sulllclently to store his larder for woeks by membeni of bU church, and others in attendance, The evening wss most delightfully spent. The new Are company now fully organised report thomselvos ready for business ana aro silently hopi ing for a blssa of some kind at which to try their skill In extinguishing. Tho uozzies for tho bose will sooa arrive and tho boys can get thele hand in ' on a bonfire or two. so that when a conflagration ensues they will be fully competent to handle it. UUIJDUKPOIIT. 1 Interesting Polios Cases?Personal and Other News Notes. John Ulrich, of Burlington, callod on friends here yesterday. ' Allan Phillips is an inmate of tho city bastile, I awaiting trial on a drunk and disorderly charge. ' Oxford Moore, a former Brldgeporter, who has , been in business iu western Illinois, is home on a ( visit. ' Tho ico men have the back river dotted with i hands, and aro stQiing away lota of the froseu . water. Charley Hill and Andrew Goudy, Jr.. two bright vntino> Hrfricr*nr>rt bors. left on last Friday evening }oTi)oUwaro, 0., t? attend a flvo mouth's oourse at Prof. Michael's commercial college. 1 A festival and supper aro to be given in the new German Lutheran church this evening. Tho proi ceeds go for tho be&oflt of the church, and a good . timo and a biz crowd is expected. Music will be 1 furnished by Moister's orchestra. Tho carpet on i which chance* aro now out, will be given away after the festivities of the evening dote. , Tho several cases in 1'olfce Court yesterday were , quite out of the usual routine. The offloers on Mon1 day night went to a huuso near tho Laliello glass works and found'two women and two mon in un, lawful cohabltatfou. and gave notice to tho Inmates , of:their discovery, aud they would have lodg ed them in Jail had they not appeared before Mayor ; JunkiiiH yesterday aud plwd guilty to tho charge , of fornication. Jennie Hurley and Agnes Browu and one of the men found in the house were fined 95 aud cesU, which was paid by the latter, whose name la withheld. George Milligan, the other man. plead not guilty, aud is in jail awaiting his trial on Saturday next i " t,)l Being More Pleasant ) To the taste, more acceptable to the stomach, and moro truiv beneficial in its ' action, the famoun California lWjild frail 1 remedy, Syrup of Fj'ks, io raplcly snperi sediog all others. Try it. One bottle . will pro?e its merits. Sold by Logan & . Co, Anton P. Hees, R. B. Bart and 0. i Menkemeller. At Bellaire, by M. N. 1 Merger. VITIATED BLOOD, : Scrofulous. Inherited and Conta- 1 glous Humors Cured by Cutlcura. Through the medium of ono of your books received through Mr. Frank T. Wray, Druggist, Apollo. Pa.. I became acquainted with your Cutlcura Remedies, and tako this opportunity to testlfy to you that tbetr use has permanently cured I me of ono of tho wont eases of blood poisoning, in connection with erysipelas, that I have ever seen, and this after having been pronounced incurable by tomo of tbo beat physicians in oar oouuty. I tako great ploasuro In forwarding to tod tbU toatlmonlal, unsolicited as It is by you. la onlor that other* suffering from similar maladies may be en* courusod to give your Cutl-ura Remedies a trial. I'. 8. WHITLINGRR, Leccbburg, Pa. Heforcoco: Frank T. Wray, Druggist, Apollo, Pa. 8CBOFULOUB ULCEH8; Jamts E. Rlchardaon, Custom House, Now Orleans, on oath isyi: "In 1870 8orofuloaa Ulcers ' broke out oa my body until I vm a mva of cor? * rnptlon. * vrything known to tho medical facul- a Syria trld lu vain. 1 became a mere wrock. At nesoould not lilt my hands to my bead, could : not tarn In bed; was In oonatant pain, and looked upon life aa a cursfl. No relief or cure la tea yeais. In 18b01 beard of the Cutlcura Remedies, used them, and wu perfectly cured." Bworn to before U. 8. Com. J. D. Crawford. ONE or TIIJS WOItgT CASES. ' We havo been selling your Cutlcura Remedies for years, and havo the flrat oomplalut yet to receive from a purchaser. One of the worst cases of Scrofula I over saw wis cured by the uw of Ave bottles of Cutlcura Resolvent, Cutlcura, and Cuticurw Soap. The Soap tafces the "caljo" here aa a medicinal soao. l'xYLOR A TAYLOR, Druggists, Frankfort, Kan. 8CROFUL.OU8 INHERITED, And Coatagious Humors, with Loss of Hair, and Eruptions of tbe 8kln, are positively cured by Cutlcura and Cutlcura Hoapexternally, and Cutlcura Resolvent lntf rnally.wben all other medicines fall. Bold everywhere. Prlcc, Cutlcura, 50c.; Soap, 2&a; Refolvent.fl. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Roston, Mass. MTdend for "How to Cure 8kln Diseases," 6i pages, 60 illustrations, and 100 testimonials. D|||PLK3, black heads, chspped and oily skin ilm prevented by outlcura Medicated Soap. |a' Uterine Fains ^^Bxnd Weakness Instantly relieved by the MPT Cutlcura Antl-Paln Plas'er, a Porfeet a AnfMntA tn P?ln TnllimmiHnn and HT Weaknes*. A new, lnitantaneouj and . lulnm.lep*ln-ktUlDgnlMter. 26oenta. M-wuw f WANTED. * rjlO CAPITALISTS! $30,000 Wanted a For one or two yean, at tlx per cent. Security, flret lien on 9160,000 worth el flret-olaa city property. Addrea at onoe, fIBST MORTGAGE, J *38 Box 23S Wheeling. W. Va. BUSINESS CARDS. Redman A CO~ ~ Iteata tot tba Oeltbnted Emm Fatal A indestructible Wrought and Malleable " _ IRON TBKI GUARD. mjl MIT'S KNOBBY, Y>KNOW!? BILL SYI'8 CYCLOSX. ( One of tlic ^jv|| most popular r things ever J written by Bill ^ c Nye is his brief descrip- 1 . tion of a personal experience with a cyclone. The \ actunl occurrcnco which came near cost- J inn him his life, and the miraculous means i of his euro, are given below: J Cyclones aro of two kinds, vlx: The < dark maroon cyclone and the iron gray J cyclone with palo green mnne and taK. < It was the latter kind that I frolicked with at the time alluded to. My brother and I wero riding along in the grand old forest, and I bad just been singing a Sc\v bars from tho opera of ( "Whoop 'em Up, .Lizzie Jane," when I noticed that the wind was beginning to Bough through the trees. Soon after that i I noticed tntu I was soughing through the trees also, and I am really no slouch of a rougher either when I get started. The horse was hanging by tho breeching ( from tho bough of a large butternut tree, waiting for some one to come and pick him. I did not see my brother at first, but after a while lie disengaged himself from , a rail fence and came whero I was Imagine. wrong end up, with my personal . effects spilling out of my pockets. I told him tlmt as soon as tho wind kind of 't softened down I wished ho would go and pick tho horso. He did so, and nt midnight a party of friends carried me into town on a stretcher. It was quite an ovation. To think of a torchlight procession coming way out there into the woods at midnight aud carrying mo into town on their shoulders in triumph! And yet I was once only a poor hoy. Mr. Nye received the warmest sympathies of the pre**, and to a personal friend connected with the Chicago ISmes, who wrote to him immediately after, he replied as follows: Hudson, Wisconsin. My Dear : I've written a good many < letters relative to that blasted cyclone of i mine, aud I get madder and madder as tho ! incident gets further nnd further away. My leg is gotting along very well, hut I Khali not feel like goiug on the stago with it. The knee is swollen considerably, and it will he soiuo time l?efore I can get my pink tights over it. It's knobby, but it's nice. ^ I could play "Kichard III" this winter, ] but I can't appear as "iiomeo." It wouldn't do to delay tho balcony scene for the pur- " nose of rubbing St. Jacobs Oil on my knee. The public would feel justly incensed and the galleries would make jeering remarks. Sincerely yours, Bill Nye. Upon another subject Mr. Nye has written as follows: "My little daughter recently burnt the palm of her hand very severely, and after I had wet it well with a remedy aud put my handkerchief on it she did not even cry. So 1 tried it again the other day on the frozen check of a little girl two years old. It worked liko magic. ( The remedy is St Jacobs Oil, and it's a ] mighty good thing to have in the house. I now believe if we i keep the ten com- /^\ 1 mandment8 ^ and this rem- *Y\Ifh? P edy wo will rfey : ============================== b 8TOCKHOLDXH8' MXXTlNGts tl IE NATURAL GA8 COMPANY OF p WE8T VIRGINIA. Special tleneial Meeting of Stockholders, f Notice is hereby given pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Natural Gu Company of Went Virginia that a special general meeting of the stockholder* of mid company will be bcld on Thursday, the 73d day of February, 1888, it 2 o'clock r. m., at the principal oflioe of tho n company, No. 74 Twelfth street, in tho city of Wheeling. W. Va., when tho following resolutions 0 will be otferod lor adoption: ti 1st Rcaolvod, Tnat tbe par value of each share b af capital stock of said Oompauy bo and hereby is w reduced from ono hundred dollars to fifty dollars. " 2d. Resolved, That the number of sharea of tho o: capital s'ock ol said Company be and hereby is Incrcaied from 10.COO sbaroa of f 100 each to 40,000 iharcs of 950 each. P1 By order of tho Board of Directors. Ja21 HABKI8 BUCHANAN. Beo'T. Jkft WAKE I Jref Call and see the exhlbltior AN EARLY II Df our immense and varied stock some choice bargains. You i get ahead oi you. Ti DELAYS ARE While you are hesitating advantage DOLLAR pi We have on hand the choice vhich can be lound anywhere. It narked everything down to the lo nd look it over, you will find a lai larpets, Furniture, Linoleums HATTING, WINDOW You will save time, trouble ai t once. "Wo Have Saved. You And if you will only cont We "Will Save Yon Mi G, MENDE 1124 Main KM GENERAL NOTICES. ^PARTNERSHIP ?~ U jnotiob: i We hare thti day admitted Mr. E. m. BKOWn u partner. , TH0SIA9 HUGHES * 00 JAHPAHY 1. IMS. JTOB 8ALK. glOR SALE ~ ~~? At a Bargalnl That t?lu*bl. property corner Fourteenth un /jffitrceti, with dwelling nouie No. CO KouruJrml tnet, la oflcred at a low nuoiuc (or one week " ?. BUUA A HKO Ml HOP Market Htwlt SHIO COUNTY FA KM FOK SALEZ Situated about 11 miles from Wheellni and j * southeast of Wat Liberty.cuntaluiue iSo aunw. aora or less. on which la a substantial Kram? Ioubo and olhcr outbuildings This u one of th? no?t valuable farms In the county and win be ifiX heap and on reasonable terma. For further info? nation call on or address Jownh Harvey, on ?* iremUoa, or _ HIKAM young lel5-n*w Real Estate Agent, Wheeling w. \l? pine farm for sale, filtuatod 2X mllca southwest of St. Clalnnn* wntainlng 180 acres of choice land, on which .here is a good two-story brick dwelling and a tf> itory fiame dwelling: b?t barn In BeFnont coX y. stable*, wagon ibods, oorn cribs and all n?i*I lary outbuildings. An abundance of frnitofan ilnds; three good apple orchard*, a good dmlt ' Hchard. plenty of water at all times. This U om >f the beat stock farms In Belmont oountr 3 sail be divided to make two good farns. wmu old cheap and on oaay terms. For partlcnlw sail on or addre*. r t. Howkll. Heal EsUte and Insurance Agent. QCM BaiDosrosT. 0. FOB SA.XjJU1 ,ti) Tweiity-tour Lota In Caldwtll'i Ad. dltlon to tbe CItj ol Wheeling. Said lots are bounded on the north by Twcnt? ilnth street, on the east by Fillmore street, on t?? louth by the Handlan Homestead, and on the ??! jy the B. A O. B. R. ?wsw?t Their proximity to the aboro named railroad renders them exoollent sites or manufacturer!? abllahments. ' If not sold In thirty days will bo sold at poblia motion. For terms and further Information apply to W. V. HOGE * BRO., Or WILLIAM H. HANDLAN ""101 SUWl aulft R. W. Onrnnr "hanline <% Hlitwnth Hts 1TOH KENT. ok rent?three rooms (is one lloor-l(81 Cbapllno street, a few doois ibove Eleventh street. Enquire ol KICUAkD a, Jar 1?0r rent-a brick dwelling A? containing six rooms, situated on Zixe itrwt [aland Bent reaionablo to good tenant. Iuuuira )f J. ADAM*, at foatofllcc. or rent?the dwelling Hodm, 928 M?lu at prcwnt occuplrt jt Mrs. Henry Horkhclmcr. Fcsseulon siren iprUl. App y to K. C. DALZKLL. dei& OR RENT?DWELLING H0U8K No. 1118 nhapllno street, formerly occupied by Dr. Dlcicy. Possession gtveu at once 11 detirwL YlM. L. Mcl'HAlL, de8 moo Market Btreet For rent-the desirable new Dwelling House, 1116 Chanlluc street, st prts<ut occupied by John B. McLaln; natural gas, hot i md cold watur throughout; all modern courtllonces Enquire of W. 1*. BACUmaN, No. a ileventh street jm dianos 1. . FOR RENT. In order to mike room for now Mock, we will ilthor rent or acll several good Plauos at a very ow prloo. Jatt F. W. BAUMBR & CO. pOK RENT, For Bent, For Rent. PODB Largo Dwellings, modern improvement!, TWO Store Booms, with dwellings attschod. A number of Oflloei and Lodging Rooms. Several Bmall Houses. Vnqufre of J*g II. FORBES, 1142 Ch>i'llue8t pOE RENT. A large store-room under I ho Arion Ball. Four desirable rooms, on Unit floor, 8lt Main it Throe large vault* and ono large room, 25 bj in cot. In the old Umlth Brewery properly, comer toventeenth and Chapllne streets. The norih half of a two-story frame, No. "28, lloely located, only t7 per mouth, Is for rent no?. A two story frame dwelling on Zine itrwt, aland, containing five rooms and kitchen. 0. A 8UBAEKKR A IX)., ja26 Kuropetn Eteam?hlp Agents. POR RENT. The Store-room, No. S3 Twelfth itroet, In Wash' ngton Hall Building, now occupied by Win. H. holb. Ponoaalon given April 1,1888. J. V. L. HODGKRS, HecreUry Waahington Ball Association, J?4 1209 Main Street, pOR RENT. A New Three-1tory Business Bouio, 100 feet deep, t> be erocted at 1067 Main street. If leased now bo renter'* views could bo consulted regarding lan of building to bo orcctcd. Ja2 JAMK8 L. UAWLET. ifost Elegant Offices in tlie Git) FOR BENT. It being the purpose of the Ohio Valley Life ompany to romovo Its office and principal place [ buslnws to (be City of Wuhlnston, D. C , about " le.lat of March, 1883, tho elegant offices occupied y tho company in tho BelUy Block, corner ol [arketand Fourteenth atreeii, aro for rent. ThtK Ulccs are undoubtedly tho beat lu tho dty. Person* desiring to rent will call at the comany'a otllce, Bollly Block. BOBKBT WHITE, j*14 PreMrtfnt. UP! WAKE UP! len Yon are Wide Awoke Latest Novelties In Jewelry on 1 at the Jewelry Store of >B W. GBUBB, Twelfth and Market Streetn. MSPECTIofT is very necessary if you want cannot afford to let others ime is money and DANGEROUS. .1. your neighbor takes of our lie OFFERS! st stock of seasonable goods : must be depleted so we have west notch. Come and see us rge assortment of , Oil Glottis, Rugs, Mats, SHADES, &c., &c. id money by buying from us Money in tho inue your faith in us, jney in the Future. :l & co., Street.