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ioo pieces handsome Spring
Dress Goods, including all thel
latest shades of the justly popular
All-Wool Henrietta Cloths.
We have them in 40 and 46Inch
widths and quote them at
prices usually charged for good
grades of Cashmeres.
Hon M Cnnnlr&P.n.
UGUi llli UIIUUH w wwi
The largest stock of FRENCH
SATINS, Imported and Domestic
EMBROIDERIES ever received
by us at any one time
These are the pick and choice
of the largest lines shown in the
Eastern markets.
Geo, M. Snook & Co,
Special lines of Housefurnishing
goods at special prices, embrac
ing Table Linens, Towelings
Napkins, Spreads, etc,, etc.
An early examination of th<
above cannot fail to interes
every housekeeper.
llio Main St.
OI'JillA Ul,AMaa?.
' We have tli
iitlT' cV^y'V^NS'f!flDcst ,ine 0
I 111 ill y(lOpera ?l*sec
IW|iy^,T7 Lyer placed o;
/ZtiSffiluA?? ofj exhibition Ii
City t
*3? tor. Wheeling.
rrT~ tor. IwellIh and Kirkct fctreel
Ukz MMhjtmx;
OtMcot 2*oH. MA aixl 97 Fourteenth H tract.
Nov* Advertisement*.
Hpocial Notlco-I'enn Mutual Bulldlug Aisocli
For Sale?Brick Dwolllug-C. A. Scbaofor & C(
For Rant?Brick Duelling-C. A. dohacler <b Co
Top Mill HallenT Meetiuir.
(Uia City Mono Fllter-Kwlng Bro?.
Auction Halo ol Hotuchold Furulturc--J. (
Jilt ol Letters.
Contractor* and Ilulldori?Boll*, Fladlnx ?4 Co
JSotlco--Philip Kuii*,
Warned?ulrl for Houiowork.
Viol, l.ark'a Bottled Electricity.
InUntllo Lovelluwia? fourth pugo.
Judicial d?Io o( Kcal Hstat3.
A titab lu the JJark?Third pigc.
Sl'EClAL IlargnlnH in Fur and Ileavei
Overcoatings and heary weight Saltings
inadn up lu llrst-eUus style. JtulUem
Kin km and Heavy Underwear at cost.
Jnst received, another invoice of oui
celebrated Knit JacteUand onr I'oimlai
50 cent White tililrt.
Hos. 1321 ic 182:1 Market Sis.
Thermometer Record.
The thermometer at Schnepf's druj
Btore, Opera IJorrno cornor, yesterday, reg
icterod kh follows:
7 II. Ill 41 I 3 p. i1
u n. in 36 7 p. m *
12 31 I Weather?Fair.
VVAtmiMGTOH, D. 0., Feb. 4.?For Wes:
Virginia, threatening weather and rain
alight change in tomporatnre, light east
orly winds, becoming variable.
For Western Pennsylvania, threatening
weather and snow or rain, light to freet
easterly winds, becoming variable, a slighl
riao in temperature at lake stations, stationary
temperature in the interior.
Mertben'a ltow Again,
Maggie Wilier was arraigned before
Squire Peterinan yesterday charged by
Amanda Murray, a young colored gir]
known oa "Topsy," with profane swear
ing. Hhe was lined $1 and ooata. Latei
the Miller girl bad "Tops?" before Squire
Phillips charged with a breach of the
peaco, and in default of the customary
bond the colored girl was sent to jail foi
ten days. Both parties live in that mal<
odorous locality, "Meriben's row," it
Alley 0. |
Two Hnapleiona Men.
Last evening Officers Dunlap, West and
Bhorfe) arrested two men on suspicion that
they- are crooks. One of them is William
K. Conway, and the other's name is not
known. They claim to hail from Bellaire,
but from Iotters in their possession it h
thought they have recently been in Trenton,
iS*. J.t New York and Pittsburgh.
Several days ago they were here trying to
sell a shotgun and a revolver. In one
letter Conway is informed that his brother
has been sent to prison for seven months
for shooting an officer.
Another Deaerted Uabj.
The gossip about the white lr?by left at
Alex. Hopkln's residence on the hill, last
week, had scarcely caaaed when anilher
case of a somewhat aimilar kind occurred.
Wednesday night a white girl baby, only
fivo or six days old, was left on the doorstep
of Mrs. Jennie Simula's house, on
EofT street, east of tho Atlantic engine
house. Mrs. 8imms say) she will keep the
baby unless it is claimed, ft had no
clothing with it, but waa simply wrapped
up iu an old shawl and laid on the doorstep.
Trai.ifern Recorded.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to record
the following transfers ofMal estate:
Deed made December 28,1887, by llanamie
Gray to llanamis Ii. Gray, In consideration
of $5, Im lot (13 in Triadelphia.
Daed in ad? February 2 by Ralph
Whitehead and wife to Peter Schrom, In
consideration of $1,300, for part ol lot 117
in the East Wheeling addition, on Jacob
street and Alley 10.
Deed made January 28 by John 8. Garvin
and wife to Michael Miller, Jr., and
Orpa, his wifo, in consideration of $2,000,
for fliteen acres of land on the hill near
W heeling.
The Miwnnerctioi'e Annaal B*lM*aqae.
The bal masque which takes place at
tho Hocifty'a ball, ou next Wednesday
evening, Kebrnary 8, like its predecessors,
promises to be a grand emcees, and la
looked forward to by the members and
friends of tbeaocloty with ranch pleasure.
A competent committee baa the whole allalr
in charge, and while all tha details
bavo not yet been arranged everything
will be in abape before next Wednesday
evening. Tho great feature this year will
bo tbo triumphal entree of Prince Carnival
on horseback, accompanied by hia
pagpa and the court tool, and surrounded
bv his body guard and the royal band.
The committee haa several other little
matters on the programme which they
are not ready to give eut.
Flush Wham reduced trom 128 00 to
j18 oo (t Btomx A Thomas .
Darunotom's Plttabargb Cream Ale,
the linest in the land, at Booth'a Phoenix.
aUttcr* ut Minor tlom.nl In and About *
I (be Vttf.
i Matinkks at both theatres to-day. wi
Opbba Hochb thin evening?Sally Hinton.
k. ?
Tub Gbaud thia evening?"True Irlah o
Thk State Fair Committee on Premium
List met yesterday and revised the list for
the coming fair.
Bar. Db. Db Ham will preach at Thomp- 1
son M. E. Church, Island, Sunday morn- or
ing at 10 o'clock.
Rbv. M. F. Dbyden will talk on the ata<
subject of temperance and prohibition at
the North Street M. E. Church on Sunday ma
evening at 7 o'clock. coe
Tub Primrose fishing and honting club, ton
an organization composed of popular East aid'
Wheeling boye, is to give a dance at Tur- 4tf_
ner Hall next Friday night.
Gboiwb WigB was yesterday appointed
administrator of tho estate of Kosina
{Ifceased, and gavo bond in the atii
Bum of $5,000, with Jacob Wise aa surety. L.'
The good weather continued yesterday, tot
and the etreeta were crowded aa the day *
before, the ladiea being out in force. With
a continuance of the weather to-day the no
matinees ought to be well attended. en:
1 Tub paper is out for the presentation at wi
the Opera House on Friday and Saturday 0Q
of next week of the ever popular "Rag
' Baby." It is said to have prettier girla in
: the company and more attractive muaic
, than cvor. cat
Bailn xv McEwtxx, for several yeara a
dopular driver on the Citizen'a Railway,
and afterwards a letter carrier and an at* * '
tacho of the St. James hotel, died of conI
numption Wednesday at hla home on the
South Side.
A youno man arrested in Parkeraburg w
and brought hero, on a charge of forging fQ
\ hie guardian's name to an order for $8,
waa taken to Glen E.in ton yesterday by re
hid guardian and a constable. He claims
, to ho able to establish his innocence. c0
Tub Nailora' and Feeders' Union No. 1, m
a gavo a big ball at Arion hall last night, of
- The hall was crowded during the early th
t part of the evening to such an extent that w
it was diflicalt ior one to move about, at
Kramer's orchestra furnished the music, tb
Uahvjs Buotjjbjw, breeders of black
and white minorcae and other fancy pool- Oi
try, sold three whit? minorca pullets that
wore scored by Judge J. Y. Bichnell jJ
00, VII and 03 point*,'at the last ponltry
show, to Peter Oriaweli yesterday for $15. 111
' Thece gentlemen were tho first to intro- ?f
duce this fine breed in this State.
o John Ahnktt, a nailfoeder at Benwood, ?
voarn old. while working lr
J| BUUUV blgMntw*. I , _
u complained of bra arm feeling very weak.
a Uo quit work and started for hia home, .,
Q but was unable to reach it unassisted, for _
f ero he had gone many rods it was found
that his entire side was paralyzed and his
mouth drawn to one side. It is hoped P
that he will regain his normal condition, ^
t? Tim river at this point continued to remain
at a stationary stage yesterday with
: a depth in tho channel of JO feet 2 inches,
according to the marks at tho loveo. This .
stage is partly the result of back water. ?x
The ice is still holding below here. At a &
_ Iato hour last night a steady rain sot in a
that will probably result in patting the G
= river up to a uatge thut will clean out all ei
the ice. ac
??? fri
BtrmiRorft In the City nnd Wheeling Folks
Major 'lom Norton his gone to Colorado. JJ
Mr. 0. 8. McKinney and Joe H. McGaw, ja
of Grafton, are at the McLure.
Mr. W. J. Robinson and Mr. 0. L. Williams,
of the Ohio Biverrailroad, are at the
McLure House. th
Messrs. George Baird jr. and B. K. McMechen
expect to leave here Monday fu
r evening for St. Paul, whoro they have de?
cided to locate and engage in a general trf
? brokcrago business.
r Mr. Alex. Hood, who has been traveling fl
r in California for the past three months, a,
returned home yesterday. Daring his
travels in that State he met quite & number
of Wheeling people, who all seem to jJJ
be doing woll.
Miss Flora Granman, of Louisville, who ,
i waa the guest of Mica Clara Epstein re
. cently, returned i&at mgnt irom "jjbbj* ,
ing, whore she had been visiting, and to
j again the guest of friends here.?Parktrn- w(
i burg Stale Journal, Pfl
"The IJlne llnoner of l'resbjrt?rl&nlsm."
I This will be the interesting theme ol J*j
Dr. Cunningham's sermon to-morrow J?'
! morning, in the First Presbyterian chureh. be
The General Assembly of the Presbyter- 1
, ian Cbnrch in the United States of Amer- op
i ica, in consideration of the fact that the mi
; present year commemorates the conten- to
nial of its organization, has requested the
pastors to call the attention of the 8p,
churches to the history of the century tg,
now closing, as far as it relates to this par* ^
, ticular branch of ihochnrch. The promi- ,
nent and use/al place which the Presby- l
terian chnrch has occupied among other
. denominations, will mako the subject one
. worthy of consideration and worthy of the ,
, occasion.
Death ut Mr. Kobert O'Donoell. ye
Mr. Koberfc O'Donnell, a well-known n?
, citizen of East Wheeling, died yesterday J
i morning very snddenly. He was a native fat
of Ireland, aged sixty-eight, and up to a we
" - 1?-j -4. D W?l(? JL M.
moniu bko waa umyiujBu ok u %> u>.
Co.'a. A eon is on the editorial staff of wi
the New York Herald, another a wellknown
physician of New York, and three
othera printers. Hia wife sarvivee hira.
Mr. O'Donnell had resided here aince '65, wi
and was at 0110 time assistant freight jM
agent of tho Baltimore A Ohio road here. ,
and before that an employe of the Central ai
Glass Works.
Y. fil. 0. A. M??tloga. ?
Rev. Dr. Randolph will condnct the r
Sunday achool teachers' Bible stady in .j
tho Association parlors, 1122 Market SJ
street, at 5 o'clock this afternoon. All J*
Sunday achool teachors and Bible sin- ,h,
dents are invited to attend.
Young men's social religious meeting 1
will be held at 7:30 o'clock this evening. ??i
Young men's Gospel meeting will be Je
held from 4 to 5 o'clock to-morrow. oa'
On Tuesday evening Rev. Dr. Cooke nei
will talk to the young men about the year j
1492 with some consequences to us. Fa
? n i
A Pleasant Party. ins
A gay party of young people took poasession
of Durst's parlors last evening, 1
and dancod to Killmyer's music till a late gla
hour. At a seasonable hour refreshments He
were served. Those present were Misses eta
Maria Holiday, Maud Kirk, Mamie Wal- pai
ters, Amelia f*chwertfeger, Cora Walters, pre
Julia Ridgely, Lottie Pogue, Annie Harvey, (
Clara Zine and Jennie Pfarr, and Messrs. by
Frank Berry, George Maxwell, Jasen -ti
Staup, Albert Hall, Henry Hess, Will
Higgins, Clarence Dorsey, Will Pfarr, 0{,
Ellis Lash and Oscar Burdatts, jr. mi
WbUt Club Keceptlon. q
Mr. and Mra. Charles W. Franzheim jta
entertained the Whist Club of which they ton
n? fhnir nloftaant home on d~i
Booth Front street, Island, last evonlng. cor]
The clnb is largely made op of prominent wh
married people and is one of tho moat eon
charming oi circles. They were very (j.
agreeably nnlortalned iut evening, the anc
gathering being one o! tho beat of the tea- c
-- cha
31or? FUaaant
To the taste, more acceptable to the ?fj
gtomacb, and more trnir bene/lcial in its 7??
action, the farooos California liquid Iruit [!,"
remedv, Syrnp ol figs, is rapioly snper- ",
aeding ail ethers. Try it. Ono bottle f'?
will prove its merits Bold by Logan & '
Co, Anton P. Hess, R. B. Bort and 0. ',
Menkemolior. At Beilalre, by M. N.
Mercsr. I??
Fofi-lab abating and dancing carnival moa
to-night at the Alhambra rink. Admia- Con
sion (or ladies, 10 cents (or skating; gen- freq
tlamen, 20 cents; lor dancing, 15 cents, was
? toll
Kc tnnaat HaU, I peri
Remnants of Cashmeres and Dreaa Goods I dree
at half price. Stove & Tuoiua. and
?f 1* Control la thalr Work* Bather thai
ii Amalgamated Association?News la
Oeoeral from the Mines and Factor.
let of WbialloK and Vicinity.
he dispute as to whether the K. of I
Amalgamated Aieccletlon's scale sh&l
era for the next year is the Rlversld
si plant anil plate mill at Benwood, re
Ina In ilatu guo. The Amalgamate
omittee expects to have a conferenc
lay with a representative of the Kivei
0. A leading nail and steel manafw
er connected with another compan;
1 to an iKTXLUoaKcaa reporter yeetei
t, said that ulde from any mere comic
on ol the wages to be paid, the K. c
s control in a steel works was preferrei
hat ol the Amalgamation because In cas
a dispute the K. of L. gave reasonabl
lice before striking, nover leaving the!
iployers with the works in bad ahap<
die the Amalgamation quits work wltt
t warning. Members of the Amalgi
itlon spoken to on this point denied 1
ring that only in a very exceplloni
ie, where the provocation was aggri
ted, wis a strike ever resorted to unt
onlerence had been held. They nsait
n that the K. of L. scale is preferre
Jy because it is cheaper.
(Jual Hirer Development,
The following telegram from Oharlestoi
. Va., has some Interesting facts o
George W. Day, of Philadelphia, wh
presents heavy interoets in cannel cot
uda on Big Coal river,at Fey tonia, Boon
unty, is engaged here procuring info
ation respecting the early developmei
tho Coal river region. He is acting i
e interests of Philadelphia associate
ho express their willingness to co ope
e with other Coal river land owners 1
e construction of a branch railroa
3m their holdings to connect with tb
lesapeake A Ohio at fit. Albans.
Such an enterprise, running throng
e lands ot tno reyioma uanni-i w
jmpany and those of the Western Mil
* and Manufacturing Company wool
ien up about 100,000 acres of the inoi
iluable coal properties in West Virginii
le land is heavily timbered andabonnt
splint, cannel and bituminous coal c
Ht quality.
Peytonia is but sixteen miles from fl
Ibano, on the Big Coal rlyer, a deep, nai
w stream, that was once locked by pr
ite enterprise, and on which further in
orement was withheld because of tb
ilure of the general (Jovorumont to ai
it when solicited.
Auk (or a Conference.
Pittsuubgh, Pa., Feb. 3.?At a meotis
the Executive Committee of the Fill
lass Manufacturers' Association to-da;
communication was read from the Flit
laaoworkers' Union asking for a confe
ice to settle the strike. The request wi
companied by arevisedlistof conceesioi
sm the workmen, but as there are fit
iferont lists, the manufacturers refuse
hold a conference until the other fou
Bre presented. As the Union willnc
oduco the other lists nntil a meeting )
[reed upon, the outlpo/r for a conferem
not very bright.
Manataoturlug Brevities.
The Top mill plate department is sti
e only one at work.
The Jefferson iron work9 are again on i
11 in all departments.
The Joseph Bell 6tove Company report
tde better than this time last year.
The Benwood nail factory rcsnmed wor
luraday morning with good prospects fc
steady run ahead.
Freeman's works, up the river, ha?
Lit making sewer pipe and put the whol
rce on fire brick for the present.
Sweeney & Sons this week shipped
'go amount of machinery to the Coos
lrnace Company, at Gadsden, Ala.
Ihe Caldwell & Peterson Company'
>rks have lately been idle, making n
irs with a view to a Bteady run and ic
Based capacity.
A break at the Bellaire steel work
>pped operations there before they ha
rly gotcommencod, but the repairs wil
completed by to-day.
Ihe Bellaire nail factory will reeum
erationa next Monday. This announce
?nt is reliable and will be welcome new
many Bellaire people.
Work is progressing with all practicabl
Bed at the Central glass works, prepar
i to reaumo the making of glass unde
o workmen's onion sole.
Ibe night turn at the Crescent mill wai
' Thursday night on account of thi
ircity of natural gas. It is not oftoi
st tUo Oreeent loses time.
Ibe window gloss foutorles are doing i
ry Sue business for this season of th
ar, and their trade for last season wa
tier than lor some years previous.
Business continues fair at the Hingi
:tory. Prices of strap and T hinge
ire raised somewhat at the Nations
innfacturers' meeting at Pittsburgh thi
losoph Hague, an old Brilliant nailer
s gone to Hammond, near Chicago
loro bo has a four-machine job. Hi
II return to Steubenvillo when the Brill
it factory resumes.
rhe Bellaire blast furnace, under the ef
ient management of Edward Jones, ii
UlUK oui kicbi ijunuuuoD ui uiot uw?
n. tut Hunday anil Monday the]
ide 183 tons each day.
[he Riverside call factory have 224 ma
nee, the Laughlin 192, with room (o:
i, and the Benwood 173. Each company
i two factories. These are the largoa
ee cat nail factories anywhere.
Superintendent of Mines Thomas Bit
i haa pat eight miners to work In thi
lerson ehaft for the purpose of gettiuf
t the neceesary coal to be need 'in con
:lion with the operation of the mill.
V number of citizens of Washington
, are Investigating the poeeibiiity of or
liilng a joint stock company for carry
[ on the manufacture of glass. A com
ttee la in consultation with an expert.
:t fa understood that as soon as ths film
as workers' wages are adjusted, th(
ibbs, Brockunler & Co. works will
rt up under the control of a new comly,
of which Mr. J. H. Hobbs wil
ibably be the leading spirit.
)ne of the vital questions for discussion
the stove manufacturers in convsntio:
Cincinnati, was how to meet the grow
: demand for Increased ornamentation
itovos, which Is carrying the costoi
nufacture to such a pitch as to greatly
alniih the profits.
lie Ohio River Riilroid Company run
first passenger train over the Hunting
extension, Wednesday, transferring at
nt Fleaaiot, the bridge there not bains
ipleted, The officers of the company
0 were on the train were W. J. Robin,
General Freight and Passenger Agent j
L. Williams, Assistant 8nperintendent,
[J. A. Fickingsr, Chief Engineer.
Ibarlee Carlson, an experienced menic
at the National Boiling Mill, of
Keeeport, has made and patented a nail
shine which, he claims, will tnrn ont
re nails than any machine in use. An
ice honse there is being Arranged by
1 for operating a nail works. Be will
:e in it, besides neceaaary machinery,
of the machinee for catting nails from
), and two for catting from plate,
iesars. Long 4 Mortimer are still drillaway
at the gaa well They are now
n to between 3,600 and 2,600 feet, alt
ball a mile beneath the anrface. The
lferona lime rock, in which gas U
nently foond, seems to be entirely
ting In this vicinity, as the drill failed
nd It. Bat little trouble has been exenced
In drilling the last eight hnnI
feet, notwithstanding thegreat depth,
II equally successful from this time on
the drill should pierce the Trenton rook
Inside ol the next two weeks.?Barnetvillt
i The Bharon Iron Company has tone i
into the manulacture ol wire nails, havinn
six machines now In operation, with adi
ditions to be made In the near latnre. 1
There ia talk ol a company being orginixed
in Washington township, oier the
river, to sink teat oil wells, there being a
prevalent belief among many tanners in
that township that they are In the oil belt.
The nailors at the Belmont nail tactory
1 were notified by the company Thursday c
. to overhaul their machines ana get every t
thing In readiness for a speedy starting of .
tbe works. Jhe prospects lor a steady
a ran are good.
6 Tbe Chicago A northwestern, Dninth,
> South Shore & Western and the Wiaconsin
Central railroads hare agreed to re'
dnce Iron ore rates from Northwestern
' mines 10 cants per ton daring the navigate
tion season of the year.
>' The mtnen of the Winifred Coil Workr,
il who have been on a strike for some time
1 for en advance, hare gone to work at 2j
cents por bushel. The miners of tbe Marmet
Mining Company andol the Stephens
' Mine are still out, with little prospects of
r resuming work soon.
i, Speaking of the recent adjustment by
the coke manufacturers' of pricee, a Pittaburgh
paper si;s: Aa for West Virginia
coke the Counellsville prodacere antlcipate
no disturbance in the market from
il this cause for several years yet, and it has no
effect on the maintaining ol prices in tbe
il region.
i. Manager Spearman says there is no imd
mediate prospect oi tbe blast being tnrned
in on the banked Riverside furnace in
this city.- It ia to be hoped that the adjustment
of the troubles at tbe Benwood
>> steel plant will canso such a demand for
n pig that the furnace will speedily resume.
?StculxnnlU Herald.
?. A new plunger for the plane in tbe
' Mingo steel plant arrived Thursday morning,
and the company decided to placsi it
jr in position before reenming operations
" there. Nailers are fixing their machines,
n beaters their furnaces asd rollers their
' rolls, and other machinery, and the whole
'n' presents a scene of unnencl activity,
j Some experiments have been made on
? the Fort Wayne, Cincinnati & Louisville
railroad, in the use oi natural gas on loco),
motives. Tbe gas under tbe natural higl>
il pressure, 350 to 300 ponude per square
inch, is stored in cylindricalstee! reservoirs
'd and carried on a apecial car behind tbe
,t tender. It is alao proposed to convey
,, natural gas in tank cart.
i- rri... Tiri ll ..ti... !. tu
IB illt) H UBUMUg putiui / W YtUIUlUg I'D
)I fall complement ot handa Bteodily, and
there is every prospect that each a eatiEt.
factory condition of affairs will continue
r- for some tiruo to come. Orders are com*
i- log in lively, and thp outlook ia a most
i- encouraging one for an unusually large
o spring trade. The strike in the glass
j- homes seams to have bod tlio effect of increasing
tlio demand for crockery. The
prices that are being obtained aro, as a
geneaeral thing, fairly good.
B The Top mill officials say that by the
it substitution of manufactured gis for natj
ural gas is their lurnacta, they are able
, to effcct a saving of about 10 per cent in
| the steel used. They use the Smith re'
generative furnace, and make their own
gas from coal which la taken as it runs
? From the bank. The saving is accounted
j for by reason of the moderate and uni"
form heat obtained from tho furnace gas
\ in place of the Intense heat prodnced by
' natural was when careleesiv bandied, as it
,9 is too apt to be.
A visit to the Rivareida glass works,
Wellsburg, yesterday, disclosed tho fact
that theao works are running to their fallU
est capacity, with plenty of orders ahoad.
Every department is uuabed. Mr. John
Dorman, manager of tne factory, told the
reporter that during the month of January
they had done the largest business in
? the history of the works. At present thsy
are making a new set of tableware, which
k sails like wild tiro. Ths force is to be inir
creased next week in the engraving department,
which Is overrun with work,
e The trouble at Kainey'B Coal works on
e the Ohio side, three miles above this city,
waa settled yesterday after nearly a year's
a lay out. The men will receive their pay
a regularly semi-monthly, and will be permitted
to nss It as they sao St, and will
not bo compelled to spend It Bt a company
" storo. The company will have to build a
" tipplo, and make many repairs before
they can resumn mining, as their properly
has been oadlv neglected during the
J idleness. Ab coon as these repairs are
'! made, the miners, numbering probably
11 forty, will reeqme work.
Among other Improvements In the
epricp win db tue ereuuuu ui a muo-pui
furnace by the Eagle Glass Works, largely
increasing its capacity. Wellsburg's industries
are comparatively in much better
sbapo than surrounding towns. Both
paper mills and the saok factory are booming,
and foar glass works are ranning with
fEty of work. The window glass works
idle, is in shape for storting, and the
all dint Glass Works, the only one
affected by the strike, will probably be
rnnning (nil handed before a great while.
The office force baa taken to the factory
and haa been ranning two shops for two d
weeks past, in order to sort up orders.?
Welkburg Herald,
They Like the Idea. ?
General R. E. Fleming, of Fairmont, u
who was in the city yesterday, said that u
the 8tate Immigration Convention call P
was well received in his neighborhood, t
from which a good attendance may be ex- tj
pected. "I was in the great West lately," I
said General Fleming, "And for the n
greater part it is about the worst olace a o
poor man can get into. West Virginia
has everything to offer."
Who Wnuta to Go to Hjmtu? fl
Mr. Harry Houter, of this city, has re- I
ceived the appointment of Commissioner sj
far West Virginia to the Firet Hcauiah In* Ci
I tornational Fair to be be!d ;?t Barcelona, >1
Spain, commencing April 8. Not being ?
[ able to All tbe apppoiniment, Mr. Houaer
will be glad to mm it over to anybody
who will, and furnish the desired Informa- ti
" lion. Emiie Blum, ol New York, is the b
1 United Slates Commissioner. tl
I ?
Byrup of Jflga
la Nature's own true laxative. It ia tbe
moat eaeily taken, and tbe inoet effective P
remedy known to dome the ayetem wben
- billons or costive; to diapel beadachea, p
colds, and fevors; to enre habitual constipation,
indigestion, piles, etc. Manut
factored only by tho California Fin Syrup .
i Company, San Francisco, Oal. Hold by "
I Logan <Si Co., Anton P. Hon, B. B. Bnrt "
. and 0. Menkemeller, At Bellaire by M. ?
I N. Mercer. "
Foi>dlar skating and dancing carnival di
1 to-night at the Alhambra rink. Admla- ai
1 eion, for ladies, 10 cents for skating; gen- rI
tlemen, 20 cents; for dancing 15 cents. 1 *
Attind the Remnant Hale of Dry Goods tt
' and Carpets this week at
Stonb 4 Thomas'. jj
WrUlD| abebknu. X
List of writing machines taken in ex- b<
i change for the New Caligrapb. Will be ai
' sold cheap. Address Edward L Rose &Oo.
One No. 3 Oallgraph, price $50, m
One No. !i Oallgraph, price $40, at
One No. I Oallgraph, price $30.1 di
One Hall (new), price $30. tii
One Crandali (new), price $60. M
One Orandall, price $30. ni
One No. 2 Remington, price $50. W
One No. 2 Remington, price $40. co
Body Bruaaala Kemnanta Jqj
Badnced Irom $1 00 end $1 26 to GOo per an
yard, enongb lor email rooms, at r.
Stone 4 Taonis'. an
WIllFaklUh UMTrwIjr. g?
Bxxlik, Feb. 3.?The Reehtag Ztifer 8li
eaye: The government! ol Germany and W
Austria have decided to pnblieh the treaty fr?
ol alliance concluded between them fn,
on October 7, 1870, In order to -pi
end the doable entertained regarding \y
the purely delenaive Intention of the
treaty. Both government are actuated
by a deeire to maintain the tranquility ol an
b? Kl.ctlon on tH? 9300,000 Subscription
by the County?Interest fait bjr all
CUiih of CIUuM-Th? Durability
of Getting pat a Fall Vote.
To-day the qualified voters of Obic
oonty are to decide by ballot whethei
he coanty ie to sabjcribe $300,000 to th(
apltal stock of the projected Unior
iridge, tod by this subscription securi
he bridge and the eight or ten new rati
oads its construction will assure. Thi
nanu/acturers /eel personal interest ii
he success of the project, becanae thi
rote ia indirectly to decide whether or no
bey are to be placed on is favorable I
issis aa Pittsburgh and other competin/
joints in regard to freights. Worklngmsi
iro interested in it, because the bolldini
if tho bridge will give employment t<
inndrcda of men and make wagea bettor
Merchants are interested, becanae thi
ralldlng of the bridge will make mon
nonths to feed, more backs to clothe
?armsn are interested, because it wil
live them an improved market. Every
>ody is interested, for it will make timet
iright and money plenty.
President N. B. Scott, of the Contra
3 lass Works, hue set other manufacturer!
i good example, by hiring a hack and i
Inver to bB used to-day in getting voteri
:o the polls. Live men in all thewaidi
rill give their time to influencing the re
mlt favorably.
Homo question has beon raised as to thi
;imo of opening and closing the polls
rhe law governing the election is the
lame as that governing a general election
irhlch is that the polls shall open ae aoot
13 possible after snnrise, and closo at sun
let This means that to-day's electior
ihall be beld from 7:30 a. u to 5:30 m
[be old advice to "vote early" is timely
A little opposition was heard of yester
Jay, principally in the country, when
\iauyiv did ijuuicu no jjujrjjjg iiiiu iud/ ui
aot propone to add to their taxes fo
Wheeling's benefit. The country peopli
orget that annually the city donates i
luni twice as large as is paid in the coun
jy districts in taxes, to be used on thi
:onntry roads.
Boil&a Yoke*' Plnju.
The engagement of Miss Yokes at th<
Dpera House next Tuesday and Wednee
lay evenings is a very attractive one. Ai
exchange speaks thus of two of her come
lies: M Which is Which?" a one actfarci
jy S. Theyre Smith, in its action serves t<
llustrate the porplexities caused an impe
:unious artist by being kept in the darl
is to the identity of an heiress with whon
i marriage is a desired end. The ric)
roung lady and her poor relation succeec
or a time in mystifying the artist, ant
nuke many amusing scenes in so doing
Che comedietta, "A Circus Rider," by Mrs
Jhas. Doremus, introduced Miss Vokes,an<
ifforded her ample opportunities for th(
lisplay ot her many charming gifts as ai
mtertainer. Lord Weldon (Mr. Selton
iaa planned to entrap a famous circui
ider and compel her to sup with him iz
lis apartmonta. A sudden summons fron
iome leads him to delegate his friend
Lord Morton (Oourtenay Thorpe), to en
ertain the lady until his return. By acci
lent Lsdy Grafton (Miss Vokes) arriyef
mexpectedlv, is mistaken for the circut
roung woman aud carries out the mis
aken identity by doing a "bare-back act'
>n the lounge, during which her fiance re
urns. The explanations made an ineyiable
result in a change of lovers and the
inrtain falls.
Tho Big Mlnitrela.
The sale of res'erved soats commences al
Jaumer's music store this morning foi
he appearance at the Opera House Mon
lay night of McNish, Johnson ?fc Slavin'i
nlnstrels. Of this company the Ohicagc
Jerald says: Whether it is purely a re
<rard of merit, or whatever the roasor
ay be, these minstrels are meeting witl
i more cordial reception than has been
;iven to any burnt-cork artists in this citj
or some time past. At all evonts, the
wformance is very clever, and domon
tratcs the fact that there can be some
iriginality even in such a hackneyed mat
er as minstrelsy. The "first part is i
lovel arrangement, in which the pro
>rietors of the company do their boat tc
*'-?? 4V?? MnniiiUii ainniinf nf mnnlniant
Bailie Hlttton'rf Kngagemeat.
Miss Sallie Hinton and her company
ippeared at the OperA House last evenng
in "Fanchon." Miss Hinton pleased
ill. Were her company stronger and
aore even her performances would be alogether
charming. As it is she is the most
ittractive Fane/urn seen here for many seaons.
This afternoon she will rive "Poor
ud Proud" and this evening "Little Bare*
oot," both very popular plays. This ia
ier lirst regular starring season, and there
i certainly bright promise for her future,
rith exporience and careful training to
ievelope her undoubted genius.
*<rrao:irlah Elaarta."
This enjoyable drama Jwas given to
nothor good andience at the Grand last
tight, and as on the night before its likeices
to nature enthused all who were
resent. It will be given again this afterBrnoon,
and this evening for the last
ime. Those who have not heard the
rish piper and the characteristic songs,
or eoonthe dancing, should embrace this
pportunity to do so.
"Hilarity" is a good nome for a comedyirce
of the recent school, and Obarles A.
oder, the eminent German comedian, is
aid to have surrounded himself with a
ompany which gives the play all the
igniflcance of its name. It will be seen
t the Grand the first half of next week,
Hs talked as if he had a "frog in his
iroit," but he was only4hoarse; a single
ottle of Dr. Ball's Oongh Syrup relieved
le trouble at once. 25 cents.
B?.t Brn.a.l. Carp.ta Made.
Remnants enough lor finall rooms at 60s
er yard, reduced from 00c and $1 00, at
Btokk & Thomas'.
opalar Xx.ar.Ioa to Waihlsgtoa via Pie.
tar.iqa. H. & O.
That tno low rate excursions to Waahigton
City, Inaugurated by the B. A 0. R.
Co. have met with pnblic (avor, it evienced
by the large number of tourists
bo patronfrsd the first one. The second
[ the popular series will be ran on Thurely,
February 10. The B, 4 0. Company
isigns to these trains Its choicest equiplent
In the way oi Day Ooachee, Parlor
ad Sleeping Cars, and, notwithstanding
e low rates at which the tickets are sold,
le tourist can avail bimsell of Parlor or
eeping Oar accommodations by paying
le usual rate for snch service, In addi
d mj vuo ("luo ul tuo dauuid1uu uliftob
ha tickets are valid for ten diiye and will
9 honored from Washington to Baltimore
id return any time during tbe limit.
Eicnralon tickets Washington to Richond,
?., and return can be purchased
same time U desired at rale ol $4 00 adtionai.
The long limit on the excursion
ikets admits ol making side trips also to
t. Vernon, Old Point Comlort and Anipolls.
The round trip excursion rate from
heeling to Washington will be $8 00 and
rrespondingly low rates will be made
jm other points along the line. Trains
iv? B. & 0. Depot, Wheeling, 6:40 a. m.
id 6:46 P. n , arriving at Washington 5:46
v. and 6:20 a. v., respectively. Tickets
id Parlor or Bleeping Oar acrommodains
can be secured at B. & 0. Depot,
fecial Parlor Oar on Day Train and
geping Our on Night Train start from
heeling, and Wheeling passengers will
t have to depend upon throngh can
im the West lor accommodations. For
rther information addrees T. 0. Burke,
[kit Agent B. A 0. R, R. Oo? Wheeling,
. Va. <
Ribsaktk, Sheetings, lickings, Osllcoes
d flannels at bal( price this week, at
Btoxi A Thomas',
Mr. Howell B?pllM Vi(oroai); to tti*
"KsgtatarV (Editorial.
, lolhe Editor of the InUUiornccr.
Bib:?Tho tie vsptper allegation at pre*
i ant at the bud ol the Rtguter it oat in
one of those characteristic editorials (that
are the admiration of all Democrats from
ax-Senator Oamden to "Bosh" Fries) on
my history of ths trouble between the
Hatflelds and McCoys. Ha assumes that
the circulation of theee letters will do the
' Stats an irreparable injury, and charac>
terizee tbem as "nonpareil use." In my
i bumble way, Mr. Editor, I have dona the
. vary best in my power to give the truth
in regard to the murder, pillaging and
' arson that has charactariiod the conduct
> of the Hatfield das, and am willing to
i await the arbitrament ol official history in
the matter. There aro two things, how;
ever, that must not be lost sight of in
this muter, justice to Urn McCoys ud to
the Bute of West Virginia, Not one ol
the Hatfield tang, not even one of the
tine murderers now In jail In Pike county,
could be found on the occaalou ol my
visit, to Justify the murder of * single McCoy.
That fl ve of tho McCoy family have
been killed nnder circumstances that
have few parallels in criminal history
there Is no question. Why then have not
these murderers been punished ? Simply
and solely because Governor Wilson has
batlled the efforts ol Governor Buckner,
of Kentucky, for their apprehension. He
has had the requisitions for their apprehension
and extradition since September
last. Kepeatod demands have failed to
stimulate him to action in the matter. It
were better, in his opinion, to allow t>.e
State to bear the bur Jen of shain? that
she is bearing, thau to alienate lrom himself
the support ol one ooi^jty solidly
It were an act of jttii;'.c0 both to the McCoys
and HatSaKj |0 determino in a
oon" ?{jut'ci* upon whom the responsibility
for *.aesa InUmoua crimes should
rest j.iie solution of it is in tho hands of
Governor Wilson.
I have no disposition to embargo the
progress ol West Virginia. I have done
as much in my humble way to advance her
material interests as any other of her natives.
It is not apparent to me, howevdr,
bow the coddling ol a gang ol murderers,
Incendiaries aud thieves by the chief magistrate
of a State will do anything toward
festering pit-sent interest* or encouraging
valuable immigration. West Virginia
needs developing agencies. Capital, en
ergy, enierprwe, aro an essential 10 uer
development. la the iate of the merchant
a Glenn any inducement for men of capital
to come into Weat Virginia? In thia instance,
a man ol means and energy had
gone so far as to marrv one of the Hatfield
blood, bat it avaiiod him nothing, aa ;be
whq shot at the very feet of his wifo, whom
his ouppoaed murderer made haste to
marry himself.
What West Virginia needs is a Governor
who will do all in his power to rid
her of snch men as tho Hatiielda (even if
he shonid jeopardize his Senatorial prospects
in the effort). Expel the Hatfields;
relogate to obscurity the demagogue who
sustains and enconrages them; make
murder a crime and punish the murderer;
make the State safe ns a habitation for respectable
poople, and the growth of West
Virginia will not be problematical
Guab. 8. Howell,
PUtiburgh, Pa.t Feb. 3,1888.
It is too bad to spend half of a short life
distressed with neuralgia, when 25 cents
spent for one bottle of Salvation Oil will
cure it quickly.
Slioqtly soiled Lace Curtains at 75c
and $1 00, reduced from $4 00 and $5 00,
at Stonb A Thomas',
Mr. G. W. Mead, oi Toledo, wm in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. Vast and daughter, of Portland, spent
yestsrday with frlonda here.
r Tho a. M. E. Church 1b holding a festival, tho
proceeds being for tho benefit of the oholr.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Templcton, of Kentucky, are
i the guests of the latter's lister, Mrs. Thomas Pratier.
John nuth, a well-known farmer, will remove
1 from thin district to Fairpolnt, where he has puri
chased a fine farm.
i Mr. 8. a. Frye, of New York, was in the city yesr
tc rday. Mr. Fryo is largely interested in the LaBelle
glass works.
1 Frank Btillwoll, lata stable boss of tho Wheoling
frock coal works, has resigned his position ana
I will ougago in farming.
Wheat was quoted yesterday at the flouring
i mills at 85 cents per bushol: corn. 6(J cents per
| bushel. Hay hi selling at 110 per ton.
' Owing to the scarcity of anthracite coal, persons
1 having tbo base burner stoves have been using
, crushed coke, which gives general satisfaction.
John Ashbaugh, who has been buying lumber
throughout Teuuessee for tho past year, is m?klr?g
a wocr's visit home. He will leave shortly to be
gone four months.
Martiu'ii Ferry.
I Col. Smylle Sharon, of Mt. Pleasant, was In tho
city yesterday.
People aro anxiously awaiting tho result of the
election to-day in Wheeling, to see whether or not
they aro to have a bridge.
Street Commissioner Fisher yesterday took a
, wagon ioaa oi curlers around town tilling up holes
left by the Wheeling Natural Uu Company.
HaJcombSheppard, of fit. CUlnvltlo, wu la tho
clry yesterday looking for a largo house, suitable
for a small hotel, iutendlug tj go Into business
The mooting of tho Young Republican Clnb last
evonlng was well attended, and an organization was
cfl'ontcd by tho election of air. David Con, Presl*
dent: Mr. J. B Fowler, Secretary, and Ctpt Rich!
ard Vcszey, Tressurer. The membership now
numbers about thirty-eight, and still grows [atK?r.
The members of this marching dub will
meet with tho older Republicans this evening.
, After tho election of officers the boys tried them*
selves on a drill, and found they still have tho
hang of it.
James Hervoy, fan , who had been confined to
the houso for some days by sickness, is able to be
about again.
L. Honnebom, formerly of Wheeling, now of :
BeJlalrc, has rentsd a room in theTarr building
and placed therein a stock of dothing and shoes.
The general Inquiry here among Republicans is. 1
are you going to the State Leaguo convention? 1
Tno answer invaribly Is yea As far as learned all of I
the fifteen delegates expect to attend, together '
with a large delegation oi citizens. Brooke county
expects to bo wdl represented; in fact, the great
sorters' reunion of last fall did not ezdte more
interest among people here than this convention.
There will be a general out-pouring of Republicans
and a g? neral In-pouring of Democrata.
w R. Rush tiwope, rector. Services at 10:80 a.
m. and 7:80 p. m.
CHURCH?Rev. J. T. McUluro, D.D., pastor.
Services at 10:80 a. m. aud 7:wi p. m. Babbath .
Bchool at 2 p. m.
w CHURCH-Rev. Wm. H. Cooke, D O, pastor.
Bervlccsat 10:80 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Babbath .
Bchool at 0 a m (
W LUTHERAN CHURCH?Rev. E, H. Dorablaser,
pastor. 8enrloesatl0:80a.m. No evening
service. Bunday Bchool at a p. m. *
Wheeling?Rev. N. L. Atwood, pastor. Bervices
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m Bunday Bchool J
at 9:80 a. m. Prayer mooting 7:80 Wednesday et* 1
enlng. _
w ISLAND?Rev. J. Gibson Gantt, B.D., rector.
burvius ?? iv.ou m. ixj. iuu i ;uu (i. m, ouuumy
School at 2 p. m. Wednesday lectnro at chapel
7:30pm. Beats free.
w Bcv R. F. Randolph, D. D., paxtor. Preaching
at 10:30 a. m. and7p- m. by the pastor. Bun. "
day School at a p. m. Voting pooplo'i meeting-,
Monday at 7:30 p. m. J
IKy CHURCH?Eighth ward-Ret. L. W. Ban,
paitor, Bervloea by the pastor at 10:10 a. m. and I
9:00 p. xn. Sabbath School at 2 p. m. Sabbath ?
School teachen* meeting at 7:80 this evening
Rot. C. B. Graham, pastor. Special meetings
Bible reading at 16:80 a. m. Union class
meeting at 6:00 p m. iTeaching at 7:30 p. a.
Bnnday Echool at 2 p. m. Berriocs at 7:80 this
evening. u
Corner Twelfth and Byron streets?Bar. A. 1
L. Jordan, pastor. Berrloea at 10:45 a. m. and 7:80 J
n. m. Sabbath School at 9:10 a. m. RaTival Mr.
Vicea etch evening during the week ezoept Uatur- a
day. All are welcome.
w ?Ber. D. A. Cnnnlnfhaa, D.D., putor.
Preaching at 10:30 a-m. and 7:10 p. m. Moral ox Di
abject: The Blue Banner of Prertyterlanlim.
Habbath School at S a m. MlMlon School at 2:80
p. m.. Eighteenth etreet abore Jaoob.
corner Filth and Market atieeta-Ber. M
P. Dryden, paator. rreaching at 10:80 a. m, and
7 p. m. Addreaa at night In tho lutereat of the ?i
"Amendment-" Subject: "The Objeotlona of Uq. ?
trfendly rulptu." Sonde j School at 2 p. m. Young T
people'! meeting at 6 p. m. All are cordially in* ?
lied. t
Infantile L
No mother who love* her children, who take*
pride in thuir beauty, purity and health, and iu
bcatowlng upon them a child'* greateat Inherit,
ance, ? a akin without blemUh, and a body nouriahed
by puro blood, ? ahould foil to make trial of
the Ctmcuiu Hexemeh.
Ctmcuiu, the great akin cure, and Cancusu
Boat, an cxqulalte *kln bcautlfler, prepared from
it, externally, and CtmcrtiA Resolvent, the new
blood purifier, internally, nro a positive cure for
every form of akin and blood dlicaae, from pimplen
to acrofula, from infancy to age.
Have been In the drug and medlcino business
twenty-five ycara. Ilavo been aelllng your Ctmcuba
remeuieh alnee they came Went. They lend :
all othera in their line. We could not write nflr
could you print all wo have heard mild In favor of
the Ctmcuiu IIemkdieh. Ono year ago the CUTIrrn*
and Soai* cured a little girl in our houao of
the wornt sore head we even ?aw, and tho IIeholt.
est and Coticviu uro now curing a young gentlemau
of a aore leg, while tho physician* are trying
to have it amputated. It will aavc his leg and j
perhaps his life. Too much cannot be auld In
j favor of CtrricuKA IIkmedieh.
8. B. SMITH fc nitO., Covington, Ky.
Bold everywhere. l'rlco: Ctmcuiu, 50c.; Soai*,
I 25c.; Resolvent, tl. Prepared by tho I'ottbu
Diico and Chemical Co., Ronton, Maw.
DA DY'C Skin. "Hill) und hair preserved and beau.
DAD I 0 tilled by the uco of Ctmcuiu Soai'.
Call and seeth
"qqojji Broken lots of the b
JO I I to CLOSE at unhea
Spring Goods.
jl west vihu1nia.
Special Oenei al Meeting of Stockholders.
Notice is hereby Riven pursuant to a resolution
of the Board of Directors of the Natural Ou Company
ol Watt Virginia that a imecUl gen*ral me*tId?
of the stockholders of said company will be
held on Thursday, tho 2nd day of February, 1888,
at 2 o'clock f. K.. at the principal oflloe of the
company, No. 74 Twelfth street, in the city of
Wheeling. W. Va, when the following resolutions
will bo otfored for adoption:
1st. Resolvod, Tnat the par value of each share
oi capital a toe* 01 ma uomnany be aiio Hereby la
reduced from one handled dollara to fifty dollars.
'id. Resolved, That the number of abarea of tbe
capital H'ook ot said Company be and hereby fa
Increased from 10,(00 abarea of tlOO each to 40,000
iharea of |g) each.
By order of the Board of Dlrcctora
A.t a Bargain Z
That yaluable property corner Fourteenth and
Koff streets, with dwelling nouie Mo. CO Fourteenth
street, la ofiered at a low nounx for ono week.
Ia81 1800 Market Btreet,
<gtook8 for sale!
a Share* Ohio Valley Bank. j
50 Snares B?llalro Nail Mill.
10 Shares Belmont Nail Mill.
40 Hharea Junction Nail Mill.
10 Hharea Ben wool Nail Mill.
21 Bbarea Warwick China Company. ,
20 Shares Pea body Insurance Company.
Tolephoue, 1. IRWIN. Agent,
fel Wo. 24 Twelfth Btreet.
Ohio county farm fob hale? j
Situated about 11 miles from Wheeling and 2 miles
southeast of West Liberty,containing 160 acres '
mora or leas, on which la a substantial Frame
House and other outbuilding. This ia oue of the ]
mint valuable farms in thecounty and will be sold
cheap and on reasonable terms. For further information
call on or addrees Joseph Harvey, onthe
premises, or HIRAM YOUNG,
lelfrn*w Real Estate Agent, Wheeling. W. Va.
jiine farm for sale.
Situated 2U miles southwest of St Clairsville,
jontaiolng isa acres of choice land, on which
there is a good two-story brick dwelling and a twortory
ftame dwelling; beat barn In Belmont conn*
ty, stables, wagon sheds, corn cribs and all neoes- "
uuy outbuildings. An abundance of frnlt of all
Unds; threo good applo orchards, a good pear
orchard, plenty of water at all timet. This la one
)f the bm stock farms In Bolmoat county, and
an be divided to make two good farms. Will be
told cheap and on easy terms. For particular! *
all on or addraM. R T. HOVYKLL,
Real Estate and Insurance Ageut,
;24) Twentj-lonr Lots In Caldwell'a Ad*
dltlon to the Cltj ol Wheeling.
Said lota are bounded on the north by Twenty. ilnth
street, on the out by Fillmore street, on the 1
oath by the Handles Homestead, and on the west J
>y the B. A O. R. R. J
Their proximity to the above named railroad
enden them excellent sites or manufacturing wabllshments.
If not sold in thirty days will be told at public h
For terms and further Information apply to n
1800 Market Street Ii
anlft R. W. (Vtrnar <?hap1ine A Bbrteanth Ht*
' ?' 'ar-SgMwrt
> 8- DgLAJT-Ant? ,r, ?
J. J. VMM, a. HoTkhttma,
J, M. Brown, W, minghiw
L. B. DelapUin, A. wt^eW. to
John Fi%w. U,
SK?1" 80tm41"1'1,14 "
JOHW j. JOUP, ""hn> _
ITHAL - Z n-iAi
r?tf an Bium, Inumd, hum tad acmuit. <J
Wa. A. laetti Wm, B. 81m peon,
Johll K. HoSml, by
H?wtI^2^ Vlmot Bwenbnrt, Ml
mra ' ?. V. jicpwow. Omht*r. offl
\Vbea tlx month? old, the left hand ot onr little
grandchild began to awcll, and had every appear
anceof a Urge boll. W? poulticed it, but ull to n<>
purjwac. About live month* after, it became a
runulng aore. Hoou other aoroa formed, lie then
had two of thorn on each hand, and an hi* blood
ftceamo mow awl more Impure, U took Ji-m Ume
for them to break out. A aorn came on the chin,
beneath tho under lip, which wai very offetulve.
Ilia head woa one aolld acab, diachargirig u great
deal. Thin waa hla condition ut twenty-two month*
old, when I undertook the care of him, IiIm mother
having dJed when he waa n little more than a year
old, of couatimptlon (acrofula of course). He could
walk a little, but could hot get up if he fell down,
and couid not move when In l>ed, hnvlrn; no
uao of hi* handa. I immediately comtnenocd
with the Cirricuiu Kkmkiiikm, imlng all freely.
One tore after another healed, a bony matter
forming in each one of thrae five deep one*
juat before healing, which would Dually grow
[oo*o and were tukea qui; men taey vuuui neai
rapidly. Ono of these ugly Ixmo formation# I pre.
served. After takiug n dozen mid a half Unit* InwM
completely cured, and in now, at the age of tlx
years, a atrong oud healthy child.
Mu?. e. h. nuiuiis,
012 K.Clay St., lilooinltitftoti, III.
JOT Send for " How to Cure Bkln DUcanw," M
page*, 60 UlwtraUona, and 100 toatlinonial*.
niMI'f KS. tilackbcadit, ml, rough, chappnl ami
I I n? oily akin prevented by Cirncciu Huai*.
irhen Ton ire Wide Awoke
ie Latest Novelties In Jewelry on
jn at the Jewelry Store ol
. Twelfth and Market Streets.
est Boots and Shoes are offered
rd of prices, to make room lor
HOT Main Street.
JLi from Wheeling to Benwood, ou Monday evening.
The fluder will oonfer a favor by having It
at thfa oflloe. M
xxtakted-a partner who can
TT faroiih Five Thoniand Dollars Capital to
engsgo in an eatablUhed business In thli city.
Address "0,," thlsofltco. fel
U/AUTCn IIEII to sell onr Good* In Ohio
VvANlCU?nlCR and adjoining countiea.Wlll
pay Good Salary and all expense*. Write (or
term# and state ail jut wasted. SLOAN A (X).,
Manufacturers, 294 George street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Wanted?agents to write
for term* and territory on our new publication*,
A HUtorr of the World, otc. Bold on
easy payment*. 150 to f 100 a week Ruarsuteed.
P. r. UULL1ER, Court Place. CJerclwd, a
jsiO-rrhas _____
Good Latho Hand.
Apply to REDMAN A CO ,
fe8! Machinists.
TjIOR rent-two-story brick
A? House. No. 1321 GhapUne street. Knaulre on
premise*, or of WM. H. hS ARNK, No. U18 Market
itrefU f<3
For rent-a briok dwelling
containing ilz rooms, situated on Zinc street.
Island. Rent reatonablo to good tenant. Inqolrv
3f J. ADAM1*, at Poatoffloo.
For rent?the dwelling
Bouse, 928 Main street, at preient ox'upled
3f Mrs. Henry Horkhelmer. Possession siren
iprll 1. Apply to K. G. DALZKLL. dtilS
For rent-dwelling house
No. 1118 Chapllne streot, formerly occupied by
Dr. Dickey. Possession given at once If dtnlrtd.
defl 180C Market utreet
tpor rent?the de8irab1.k new
JC Dwelling House, 1116 Cnapllne street, st promt
occupied by Jobn B. McLain; natural km, bot
ind cold water throughout; all modern oodt*
ilencee. Enquire of W. P. BACHMAN, Na to
?lmnth street. J*ia.
Wo have several vary GOOD PIANOS that we
rill root at a very low figure.
JoS r. W. liAUMKK A < 0.
For Bent, For Kent.
FODR Large Dwelling!, modern Improvement*
TWO Store Booms, with dwelling! attached. ,
A number of Offloea and Lodging Booms.
Several Small Honaea. Knaulra 0/
Jag H. KOBBKH, 1142 Chapllne HI _
A large atore-room under the Arlon Hall.
Four dealrablo roomi, on flrat lloor, 814
Three large vanito and one largn room.?bj iw
set.-in the old Smith Bravery property, corner
ovonteenthandChapllneatreeU. .
The north half of a twoatory frame, No. TVi
loel> located, only 17 per month, la for rent now.
A twoatory frame dwelling on Ztne itreet.
iland, containing Ave room* and kitchen.
0. A. S'JUAKFKK (X).,
Jfuropem Pteamshlp Agenta-^
The 8tore-room. No. 63 Twelfth atreot, In Wart*
igton Hall Bolldlng, now occupied by Km. ?.
lelb, Pooeaalon given April l, law.
J. V. L. BODOKJtf.
BecreUry Waahlngton Hall Aaaoclatlou.
Ja4 * ia? Malu .Street. _
A Mow Three-atory Buaineaa Houie, 100 f?*t deep,
be erected at 1087 Main atreet If leased now
e renter'a vlewa oonld be conaulted regarding
an of bolldlng to be erectod.
|a2 J A MOT L. HAWI.KY.__
lost Elegant-Offices in the City
't being the purpose of the Ohio VaUeT ^!e
mpany te remove 1U offloe and principal pU?
bnslneaa to the Olty of Waahlngton, I). C, about
1 lat of March, 1&&8, the elegant ofiloea occuoiw
the oompany In the Reilly Block, corner o?
irketand Fourteenth?tree's, are lor rent. This*
loea are undoubtedly the beat fa the city.
'enona desiring to rent will call at the coony'a
offloe, Bellly Block. ?
si 4 Praldent

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