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THE INTELLIGENCER. ?
t?0BLWHB> DAILY AK1> WUUCLY, A
(icsiut ucmio.) with
rUKW. CAM If ELL A HAWft
noraunoas,
Mo, 80 and SI Wnarftuui
OaeCopy.OneYearOSOOiThrte Months. tvoo 1
Bis Moquuu.4 00|0ne MouUu......... OB free
Delivered by Carriers In city, iBo. per woct. on j
atMI.WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER.
Pnbllahod Wednesdays and Ssturdsyf.
On* Tear S0|9iz Month* ! >8 '
Uac
TAB WKXKLT IKTELLIOKNCKK. the
Pnbllshod Thursdays. Of 1
One Year.,.?~.. 11 00|81x Montha 06 i
Great roductlon to Clui<s. Send for sample oopy [n/|
end circulars. Address, It 11
PBKW, CAMPBELL 6 HAKT, Ple
WhMUDK, W. Vs. *
[Entered at tno Postofflce at Wheeling, W. Va., u iab
Moond-fflaw matter.) ^cc
SnMimmn: i
ty
WHKKL1WO, W. VA,t KKIIKUAIiY thi
Itihlbd (ho So?tt?a-'01-'U5
Col. Thomas B. fcwanu, of Charleston, 1
who served under the fltard and Dare 1
whtn that ombleui was in the Held, con* J
tributes through the Intklligrnckb some j
inter.flJy investing personal retaiaia- }
ceo of that pari*]. In particular he 1
quotea Bomo remarks oi Gen. Floyd and {
Diners, which give an idea of what wte j
going on behind the scene*. These com- . J
rnenta are new, but there hare been olfc- 1
era from other persona in the same vein,
so that it la no ttrotch oi credulity to <
credit all that Uol. Bwann says. {
There were inany thonghtful men in )
tho Confederate movemont who were well
aware that the intenao vanity and pet- j
aonal ambition of Mr. Jefferson Davis ba
ware very helpful to the Union cauae. So J
distinguished a Confederate # oliioer bb ^ri
Gon. JJeaurejjard Las said that much, and
caid it with great ppirit. Mr. Pollard, in
his "Secret History of tho Confederacy ^
and Life of Jeflercon Davis" has Bbown jai
that tho Confederate President was above pn
all things kocn for pansonal power and [J11
that bio government was essentially n (lea- jy
potiam. In vie w of these facte, is it strange s^
that Gen. Floyd and other thoughtful ae
men should despair of liberty nndcr finch "f
a rule?
Thus long after the collapeo of that gigantic
and costly misadventure, men of M
nil shades of opinion may take a dispassionate
view of the sitnation in those dark 0f
days when Americans were arrayed an
against each other and only the enemies
of us all fouud it in their hearts to rcjoice.
The Father ami Thn Francrver.
Eueh honors Ilium to tier hero paid, Ma
a ad jhjacv/uJ ?Jept the mJgbt/ Jlec tor's shade. [
The public observance of thennniver- pu
oary of the chief of patriots and tho wl
Father of his Country is not nttonded in ^
these days with the display which char- cai
acterized its recurrence in years past. It T
is not that his eminent military achieve
munts and civil triumphs, which history J
record as second to none, are forgotten, th*
. or that the lustre of his immortal name ^
hen been dimmed by the risiugof brighter wh
stars of genius; or that Fame has cut a hes
higher niche in her Teinplo, filled by a tj*?
chieftain of the people of greater patriot- Jy'
ism and grander heroism, but that the [
earlier aud more extravagant tributes to efel
his worth and konor havo relapsed into a A t
dignified reverence.
It is, perhapj, like the violent grie! of C
tho widow turned into tender and loving
recollection of the departed, or that resig- p(jC
nation that tiin* finally vouchsafes to 0f t
thoaowiio uiouru. So if we do not beat bo $10
ma*:7 drums to-day, or if the sun do3s
notgliston on eo many burnished bayonotp, {JJJ
it does not follow that liis grave has been pre
neulectod or hia storied urn ciumbledinto pre
rain. f"
Tlio Hoaut Vernon tomb is as macb the ""
Mecca of all true Amerieiua as i! ever T
was, bat the oral high Bounding aentl- Is k
mentality which mod to shed so macli caD
eloquence on tho name and singularly Ignored
the proper care of the body, has j
given way to a more practical homage in Att
a more carelul preservation of the mans- "Hi
oleum from falling into rain and decay, j1*13
This quiot and substantial recognition of
his memory into which wo have fallen elm
bears ila own comment, and testifies as bis
mach to oar gratitude as the annual blare K"'
of trumpets and the heavy tread of
marching columns, knowing full woll, as had
we do, that the deep of centaries will ^
leison not his fame nor blar his name JJ.J
on the great tcioli of immortale. ctlu
As Washington is honored by hie coun- Log
try as the instrument which erected the
great American Nation ont of the oppress- T
ed and dependent colonies, tho thought
arises why not pour out as great a gratitude
for those who preierved the integrity
and unity of tho States. Would it
not be eminently proper to calender Lin- ^
coin's birthday as a National holiday?
The anxieties that made the martyr Free- 0f t
ident's nights sleepless when Qrant was (ire
hammering at tho gates of Kichmond 1
were fully as intense as those tfhlch oppressed
the Revolutionary commander at Bho
Valley Forge. Washington was pormlt- hav
ted to retura to the ewests of private life Be'
alter falfllliag his duty to his country,
and, like Ulaclnnatas, resumo the peace- goo
lul pursuit of the plow, which ho bad "eo
forsaken for the sword, and quietly close
his eyes to earth in the evening of hia life. w<
Lincoln, on tho other hand, just as war Ul
was lifting its pall and poace was shining It
throogh the rifts of tho dark cloud, was ti
taken away from the ecune by the hand
of an assassin. Washington gave us oar so
country; Lincoln saved it. Why not
' honor the loyalty of one as well as the _li
" 1 'uo ?rn?9 m
ptlriOHSUl Ul IUS v?? .
Appropriate to the occasion o( tfao anniversary
of Washington's, birth two things
are to be found In his Farewell Addreu
which seem applicable to the present
time. They are injunction* worth heeding.
The first is In relation to the recognition
ol God In public as well as private
affairs. The expression comes with peculiar
lorco in view ol the recent Anarchist
disturbances, the turbnlsncs of a class
which aims to make this a country without
God, and without an allar. In hla address
Washington says:
"Of all the dispositions and habits
which lead to political proepsrlty, religion I
and morality are indlspsnsable supports. 1
In vain would that man claim the tribute
of patriotism, who should labor to tub- 1
vert theee great pillars of human happl- ,
nese, theee tlrmeet prop* of the dntlee of i
men and citiHna. The mere politician, I
equally with the pious man, ought to re- 1
apect and cheriah them. Let it simply be ?asked,
where la the security for property.
tor reputation, for life, if the sense of
religious obligation desert the oaths which ri
are tbs instruments of inveatigatlon In not
courts of juatlce?" tbIoi
After tome Inrthsr discussion of tha | nta
cct be dismisses It with pertinent
ningin these wordi:
nd let ue with caution Indulge the tapUod,
that morality cu be maintained
loot religion.
ring to the tendency In tome quarters,
reproduction o! tbeee words may prove
e seed town In fruitful ground.
1 the light ol Freeldent Oleveland'i
trade messsge, and the approving slaf
;he back by the greedy English wbt
hungry for our markets, anxious K
dee in crippling our supsrior manufae
ng establishments, it 1s possible to ex
:t a little advice on tbls subject iron
following farewell words of the Fathei
ils Country:
kpa:iut the intidioua wilea ol iorelgr
uccce (I canjare you to believe me
ow citizens) tbe jealousy ol free peo
ought to be constantly awake,
'ho oraclea ar?? certainly dumb if Brit
influence and British gold have do
in used iu tLia country to subvert tbi
nciple of protection, which to-day ia a
ch the shield of her prosperity ea tbi
aatitulion is the guarantee of the liber
of her people. Are these not two gooi
uga to think on?
JSugllaU na bhe la tipofce,
Talbot is pronounced Tolbut.
fhampa ia pronounced Tenia.
Julwer ia pronounced Buller.
>)wper ia pronounced Cooper.
Solburn ia pronounced Hobun.
Nemiw la pronounced Weema.
vuollya is pronounced Kuowles.
Jockbarn 1b pronounced Ooburn.
Norwich is pronounced Norridge.
it. Logor is pronounced tiillinger.
Urou^hrnan ia pronounced Broom.
EJawarden is pronounced Harden.
3o!quohoun ia pronounced Oohoon.
Jirunceater is pronounced Sisaiater,
Jroeveaor is pronounced Groyenor,
Salisbury is pronounced Hawlabury.
iieaucbamp ia pronounced Beechara.
Vlarylebone ia pronounced Marrabun.
Ibergavenny is pronounced Abergennj
Marjori'oanka ia pronounced MarcE
nke.
Bolingbroko id pronounced Bullion
)ke. '
If hut tint factor Expvvie d,
iton Conmtrdal liulletin.
i ?.. f.-illnurinir In rotated of A DODUlar di
le in conversation with one oi bis paj
liontra who wee fear/ally addicted t
uf??nity iind At the same time one c
i/so conceited follows who are apt to a
Jo to theicBolvcs as "plain, blant men.
ih Jattnr concluded a speech with thi
ibboletb, adding: "And I call a apad
pade." The patient dominio responded
am glbd you do, Mr. B . I wi
raid you would call it a d?d ol
ovoli"
Uniting Duwu to Figure*,
roll Free JVeu.
During the last tan years the toadyi|?
the Uuited State have been taken i
d done for by threo bogus lords, foe
pus dukes and five bogus coants, to ea
thing of the iifieon or twonty barbel
10 have gono around playing earl!
Slittrinuu an u Tow-Fattier.
iufield Herald.
The iOolumbus DiipaUh urges the R<
blican party to nominate a candidal
10 (hnu been a rail-splitter, or a lad oi
) tow-path, which fits John Sherman
>o earnod his first dollar on the Ohi<
aa!o. .
phold, Scarlet and,Yellow Farcru, Mow
et, Diphtheria, Small.pox, Cholera, ?kc.
)arbyB Prophylactic Fluid will destro;
i infection of nil fevers and all con
ious and infections diseases. Will keei
i atmosphere of any sick-room pure ant
olesome. absorbing and destroying nn
ilthy elllnvia and contagion resulting
refrom. Will neutralfzs any bat
ell whatever, not by disguising it, bu!
destroying it.
Jee Darbys Prophylactic Fluid in ever]
t-room. Mwfttw
.uckjr Mttu \T1im Gave 83,000 as a.\mai
Present.
In Thursday noon Mr. L. O. Atwood
City Treasurer and Manager of the
latorn Union Telegraph office anuounethat
he was the holder of the conpoc
icket No. 8,180 which won the prize ol
0.000 in the December drawing of The
lisiana State Lottery, one-twentieth
t of the ticket or J5.000 haying been
Dived from Wells, Fargo <fc Co.'a Exbp.
A fow moments after Its arrival he
eented tlft money to his wife as s
ristmas gilt.?Benieia (Cal.) New Era,
*4. ^
he main advantage of beingalawyei
nowing just how much of the law yon
break with safety.
A Bound Legal Opiulon.
!. Bainbridge Monday, Esq., Count;
orney, Clay county, Texas, gays:
ave used Electric Billets with mosl
ipy results, .My brother alio van very
with Malarial fever and Jaundice, but
I cured by timely use ol this modi9.
Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved
lite."
Ir. D. I. Wllcoxson, of Horse Cave,
.adds a like testimony, saying: lie
itively believes he would have died,
1 it not been for Electric Bitteie.
his (treat remedy will ward off as well
ure all Malarial Diseases, and for til
Iney, Liver and Stomach Disorders
ids unequalled. Price 60c and II, at
an & Co.'a drug storo,
be girl who owns a fast horse and a
ifortablo cutter, and who has a proper
reciation ol the advantages ol leap
r, should be a stranger to sorrow.
Ueuton's ilivlr Growers
.11 who are b&ld, all who are becoming
1, all who do not want to be bald, all
3 are troubled with dandruff, or itching
he scalp, should use Benton's Hair
iwer. Eighty per cent of those using
lave grown hair. It nover fails to stop
hair from falling. Through sickness
levers the hair sometimes falls off In a
rt time, and although the person may
e remained bald for years, if you nsc
iton's Hair Grower according to directs
yon are snre of a growth ol hair. In
idrods of cases we have prodnced e
d growth of hair on those who have
n bald and glased for years. We have
7 substantiated the following /acts;
a Rrovr biUrlDNJcasM out of 100; no butter
bow long bald.
iliko other preparation!, It oontalni no ragar oi
lead, or vegetable or mineral polaona.
U a ipcciflo (or (alllug hair, dandruff and itching
ol the acalp.
10 Hair Urowor 1? a hair food, and Iti oompotitiou
U almost exactly llko the oil which
luppllei the hair with lu vitality.
Id bj drugitlfU oraenton receipt of prloo, 1100.
bjwto* hair qrdwxb co..
hw Cleveland. Q.
*liere mgr?quickly din *nr other known rem^aajs.
ffw - Hum*, K<-*ia?, Cut*. Lurab*.
KaAt Taffo, ll?Qrl?y.8orcaL|-'ro*tbii?a,
mALl fejtlU.-l-'-rUo, Quln*T,8on> Thro*t,
JjBKciat.ra, tvoun-lt, licadaehe,
RHw mf> Toothache Ppraim, fto, Price
BtSr:*. * bottlo. Bold by *11
(feudon?TlM gen
SJaMS^Blno miration Oil Uart our
rruUtrml Trtvd^Vark, and our
Wsdmllfl rpntnw*. A. QJIfitr & Co., Sol*
YopriKort.l^UlUaora, M<L, U.b. A.
iioko I.hhrc'b t'ubvbClaurcttrs, forO
rrUt-l rico 10 CU.?Sold by all Druggist!
special, notices.
TSi-All Flta itopped (roe by Dr Kline'i Great
e Restorer. No k1u after flnt daj'i use. Mat11
cure*. Treaty* and 12 00 trial bottle tree to
kiei. Bend to Dr. Kline, Ml Arch St., Fhlla. fa.
TILTON'8 aCATTKHEP FAMILY.
Hit Wife In Brookl/n aud Theodora a Wandering
ninatrel In Pari/.
Km York Later.
A yonog man with light wavy hair and
clear-cut profile passed rapidly into the
Erie Btilway office Friday evening. It
waa Carroll Tilton, eon of the famous edi-1
i tor and poet of years agone, and one of
> the principal fignrea in the great Beecher
i scandal. He is an expert stenographer
, and typewriter, and is employed ai Secretary
of the Erie Company. He Is a very
ateady and intelligent young mas, and
' spends all his timo attending to his own
i business.
r The question Is often asked, "WLat has
become of Mrs. Tilton ?" Witbont in any
way seeking to tear open the great wound
> airesb, I may aay that she is living quietly
with her mother and two sons on Pacific
- street, Brooklyn. She hae never been in
want, as so many persons have been led to
believe. Mrs. Maroe, her mother, is
t wealthy, and her beaatlfol home has been
her daughter's sblding place since the
great trial. Ralph Tilton, her second ton,
uago-head joung follow, and is employ9
ed in a commercial bouse. Her two
J ??o ~n??lo/l anil hava Ilea nhll.
UBIigUlDIO BIB iUMIIKU) MHO (MIIV M1V ??
. dron of their own.
J And Theodore? Where is he?
In Paris. A frequenter of the calea and
boulevards, a prematuroly old man, with*
out money or friends, an exile from his
own land, a veritable wandering minstrel,
for his once gifted pen to btill employed
in vorao writing, although littlo of it fiuds
its way into print.
from Uouiiamptloi],
Scrofula, Bronchitis, and General Debility
will try Scott's Emulsion of God Liver Oil
with iiypophoephites, they will find im-j
mediate relief and permanent benefit.
The Medical Profusion universally declare
it a remedy of the greatest value and
very palatable. Read: "I have used
Scott's Emulsion in eeveral casea of Scrofula
and Debility in Children. Keeults
moGt gratifying. My little patients take it
with pleasure.?W. A. Hulbut, M. D.,
Salisbury, TIL mwfaw
r, i
I- DIKU.
WBIGUT-On Monday morula*, Kobriiary 20,18SS,
at C o'clock, M. L. Wbiuut. uRea 40 years
Funeral from hU late renldence, No. ICO) Jacob
street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends ol the Ually are invited to attend.
Interment at Peuluimla Cemetery.
l? i
iicHiorau^
R0UGHonCATARRHs=
wont chronic cav* L'neuuurd for Catarrhal thrnat
alfwtlon*. foil I tirralh, ouvnaivr mlm*. w>rt< throat,
? illpliilirrln, cold lu tho brail. A*k for ** Union uK
q catauhu.''St*p. I'rug. E. h, wku.% Jcnvy City, .V. J.
d r^^niwrmw
>i /jT lomrMyotipun.pr?LEAURELLE
OIL
, \SiY prvrrnU
A Wrtnkli'?. nml ruiiitlif
-X&HtwST/Zik. v n''10' KlP?h or "kin ;
j pri-jtrvM (jiyouthful,
5 the rompilxio'n, (lis
1 ^?<*W2PV^JiVarr only mili?iniic? known
f'nt will ?rr??t i*4 |'rw?
rtls^rtl.v '*! }*n4rMj U wrlallM
r l?rugirUUorK*|i.
I *. H. WKI.I H, (krxl4.
> Wrril "fnniffmi J'nrj (lij, *. J.
r ** '* ?* Catarrh
CREAM BALM f^t-LYs'"!!?
" C,oanJ.,,,oXo9a.if?|
! PutHnirPH. Allav^HfS^C/i.rv/..nEAn]
. Pain and kA
| mation, Heals thefcL
i Sores,Kegtom s j^fo
1 Sensc8ol Taste andPRB^v0tj?^;?
; """ _ wB&v&s
' TRY the CDRE. HAT-FEVErI
> A particle In spilled Into each nostril and la
RKrcenblo Price M) cent* at rimsirUts; by mall,
rcxUtercd, GO cent*. ELY BR0TH8&9. 235 Green,
wtch ?tre<?t. *ew York. 1*1 Mwriw
JKWgLBY. WATCHK3. ETC.
10 TO 25 PER CENT
Reductionjf Prices.
In order to mako room (or New Spring Goods wo
will offer onr entlro stock ol Kite Imported China,
BIsquo Figured, Clock*, Bronze*, Kino Lamps.
Onyx, Tables. Podaitals, Gold and Silver Watches,
, Diamonds and all Uric a-Brae Goods at 10 to SO
per cent reduction.
I. G. DILLON CO.,
! JESXLKKS,
l?ao l-'-i:t M.-l-r' h'trct
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Arrival and departure op
TRAINS?On and alter Nor. 30,1837-Kxn.aKiTtON
or KsrsniNci Mi bis. 'Dally. (Sunday
exccptod. JMonday exc eptcd. ^Saturday excepted.
fSunday oaly.? ?M*ur htaadard time;
II. * O. U. ?U?JLiVt Dopart Arrive.
express m..~. 5:10am *10:55 pa
Kinic 6:41 pro *10:80 am
(Jumberland Acoonu........ 8:80am 6:fi0pi>
Grafton Aooom 8:45pn 9:25 i
Uoundxrllla Aooom 13:01pm 1:4
war.
Express (Chicago and Ool)-..~ *9:50 am *9:4 tm
nhlnuo Kidihi f:40ntE K : > nm
Chicago Limited....^. *10:00 pa <r 40 am
columbui Aooora 12:25 pra K:B5am
Cincinnati Limited jll:l5no.' (5:00am
Columbus A Cincinnati Ex.... {2:45 am |S:00 am
8L Olainvllle Accom w:&Cara f8:40am
at. ClalraTllle Accoe. tt:00pm fl:45pm
at. Clalrsrlllo Accom .. i6:45pm |?:45pm
W.. F. * IS. I>1T.
Waehlntton and Pittebnr*h.... *8:00 am *9:40 am
Washington and Pittsburgh... t8:10 am fl2:45 pm
Wuhlnfton and PltUburfh^.. *7:00 pm 16:65 pm
i Waihln*ton and Pittsburgh... tl:46pm jil:l0pm
i Waahlntfon.... ? |B:aopn f8:00am
l*t( O. M Bl* Jm B|.
Plttobntfh..? f7:?5am f7:OOpm
PitttbuHh and New Yorfc^.... fl:8ftpm fs:45pm
Plttibur'h and New Yori 14:20 pm til :15 am
VWT.
fzpT? , (Jin. and Bt LooU ? 7:16 am \ 7:15 am
Xxpros, Cln. and St. Loula. t 9:06 pm 7:00 pm
Ezproai, Htenbe&TUla and CoL 11:86 pm 11:46 pm
3t?at*nTllle and Dennton t 4:30 pm
0. a Ht B,
Plttibnrghand Clerolaud...... 6:10am 9:47pm
Btonbonxllle Aooommodatlon. tt:S3am 8.41pm
Pitta.,New Yorkaud Ohloa?o- 11:17 am li:Kam
Weilirliie ?ooommo<3aUon 6:14 pm 6:23pm
Cleveland Chi. A Pi tub's Kxp. 2:03 pa 8:63 am
0.? L. ? W, B. R.
Kxprfw, cisreiand, I. and W. 13:85pm 8:06pm
m?<iirm Afloota. 6:00 pm ll:26am
bl cialrwrlUe A qoopi........ 8:ioam 9:55am
BUOlalnrllle Aocom 10:95am i:B5pm
8t, ClairfTtlle Aooom 2:05 pm 5:15pm
St. ClalnrlUe Accom 6:10 pm Hioopm
6:80pm,7:aopn
Pammer.? 7:46 am ?ll:45 am
Monger. <u*Oflai 2:50 pa
PMieryi, ~~~~ ?:do pan 8:lftpa
It. Z. O. BitUroad.
Bella! re A ZAnnrUla Through Pawengtr leaves .
BellKlro at 8:40 a. m., arrives at Bollalrt) at 4 p. m. 1
Woodsflold Pawenger Icrvor Bellaire at 4:30 p.
m., arrivca at Bellaire at 8:30 a. m. ;
Bummerflold Accommodation loaves Bellaire at
1:00 p. in.. arrive at Bellalro at 10:46 a. a. 1
WHEELING A ELM GROVE R. R.Ou
and alter Monday, October 11, 1887.
trains on the Wheeling & Hm Grove Bailioed will <
ran aa follows:
Leave Wheeling:
6:80 a m, 7:00 a m, 9 a in. 11:00 a m, 1:80 p m,8:80
p m, 530 p m, 7:00 p m, 9 KlO p m.
Arrive at Wheeling Park:
6:00am,7:35am.9:?5am, 11:35 a m,3:06pm,
4:06 P m, 6:66 p m, 7:85 p m, 9:85 p m.
Leave Wheeling Park:
6:10 a m, 7:45 a m. 10:00 a m, 12:80 p m.3:80 p m,
4:90 p m, 6:10 pin, 8:00 p m, 10:00 p m.
Arrive at Wheeling:
6:45 am. 6:30 a m. 10:85 a m, 1:06 p m, 8:06 p m,
4:66 p m, 6:46 p in, 8:85 p m, 10:80 p m.
BBNDAY8?Leavo the city at 8:00 am. and ran
every hour until 9:00 pm. Leave Wheeling Park
at 9:00 a m, and ran every hour until 10 p xa. ex
oept the church train, which will leave the Park
ftt9:45a?,endeitjall:Up?. _
001 O. HZB80B,Bnpt
NEW APVKBT18KMJCTT8.
F)r bale-my residence at
Elm Grore. B. M. HILI'BBTB. feM
JjiOR MALE LOW.
Kara of tA7 Araei within two mllea of Antelm
atatloa on B. & O. B. ?., 100 ncrea nntfer cultivation
and the residue In uncalled timber, oak,
poplar and walnut
W. V. HOOK A BKU,
It22 ^ 1300 Market Btieat
^NNUAL MEETING.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders o( the
Rtveratdo Paving Brick Company will b? held at I
the office o( W. J. W. Cowdon, No. ISIS Market I
treel, la t&e city o( Wheeling, oa Monday, March "
6,1888, at 10 o'clock A. M.
0. D. K KINSLEY, Pres.
J. c. Stilus, 8eo feJ2-2S-mrt-2
gTOOK8 FOR BALE,
8 SbarertOaon Qlaa Company.
56 Shares LaBello Nail Mllh
SO Sbarce Ben wood Nell Mil).
26 Cham Junction Nail Mill.
10 Sbaree Peaoody Insurance Company.
Alio, For Rent, a two-story Brick Dwelling, with
8 toons, No. 2iio i liapline street, and a twostory
Brick Dwelling, with 10 rooms, on South Front i
street. Island. I. IRWIN, Agent,
fc22 No 21 Tweuth Mireet.
g AVE YOUR BACON.
' For Smoking and Preserving Meat
USE EXTRACTOF SMOKE
It is easily applied, and keep* the meat free from
Insects. For la o by
fca B. H. LIST. 1010 Main BtreH.
The holman adjustable baby
OARK1 AUEl
Look be(< re you buy When bujlng Baby Carriages
be sute you ko too. U Qenther't and s?e
the Holman Adjuitable Baby ferriage, the beat
thing In the market Cost you t o mora than any
other carrlttge Can be madu Into * house carriage,
crib, cradle and ilclgh. Any child large
enough to biivo charge of a baby can make too
ctiause In a few seconds. Rumembtr. they ran
only be bouiht of O. O. Geuther, the Bole Agent
for Wat Virginia
fe22 Wiw O. C. GEK1H ER, 1C6S Main wt ,
pOR SALE.
A Desirable B'sltlenoe, No. 3235 Chapllne street:
has nl e rooms and bathroom, hot ana cold
water; Is bea ed by natural km. Ibis property
baa a frontage on Chapltno street of forty feet and
a depth from t-.'bapllno street to the alley of one
huudiud and twenty feet, llu'rels a good brick
stable on the rear of the lot.
For farther particulars Inquire on tho promises.
of I W. BARTON, or of JAuKS N?1LL, of NeUl
A Elllngbam. frfl
FOR HK1VT.
r2B MONTH.
Ko. 1321 Chap'.lue street, 7 room*.........,. f si 23
No 12?K PourU-onth street G room* 18 00
Ko. 79 HouUx IVnn street. Islsud 18 76
No. 2624 I'htpllno stroet, C room*. .... 18 67
No. 122 PUteeuth street. 7 room* 22 92
No. 122 tiewnteenUi *trw t, C rooms 16 67
No. 1221 Eoff street, 4 rooms....? ..... 12 00
No. 1601 Cbapllne street. 8 rooms, basement. 10 00
No. 2 00 Hftla Btreot, htore-room 7 00
W. H. KINKHABT,
fc22 1168 Market Street.
RUCTION SALE
-orFine
IJ'iirniture!
I will sell on TURWAY, the 28th day of Feb
ruary, commencing at 10 o'clock a. k , at 1007
Main street, opposite Eleventh street- 1
Parlor Set*, Bd Room Belli, Bed and Bedding,
Hide Board*. Urc?sln< Rureaus and Waih Stands,
Ceutre Tablra. H it Backs, Clock*, LouDges, Chairs,
Pictures, Kltgint Mirror*, Hair Matrtsses, Books,
Ac.. Ao
All of ih" aN>re are very flno and new. Can be
*:on after Thursday until day of salo.
Teres, cub. J. C. HERVEY,
fe2*. Auctioneer.
Orand Opera House. (
O. C. GESTHER, Lessee and Manager.
Four Nlfbti Only, Saturday, Monday, Taesday and
Wednesday, February S5,27,28,29.
Matinees, Saturday and Wednesday.
The Laughing Cyclone! Tho Original
IVXesta^er's Tourists
In a Pullman Palaco Car.
Introdnrlug tho great comedians, Charfrs B. .
Klrke and Harry Clarke, supported by a Great I
Company of Vocalists, comedians and Dancars. I
New Costumes! NewBcencryl Pullman Palace |
Car by Uay and Night: Kotra of Laughter.
Admission, 16 2> and 60oenta. Matlnoe Prlccs,
16,26 and 85 conts. tt03
SPECIAL
SH0E_SALE!
OVER I,ODD PAIRS,
Remnants & Job Lots
To be Closed Out Regard,
less of Cost, to Make Room
lor Spring Goods.
L.V. BLOND,
1135 Main Street.
jftio ; .
/ 0 >
I
W, L.Douglas.
a>o qtrritr for
3pD ijJlIUJjj. gentlemen.
Tne only fine calf 13 Benmlesa Shoe in tho world ftI
made without taoka or nail*. A* *tyll*h and duiable
as those coating 15 or 16 *nd bavins no tacJu
ornaiia to wo?r the Hocking or hurt the feet, si
make* them a* oom fort* bio an1 well fitting as a
hand tewod ihoe- Buy the beat None gc?ulno
unlc*? stamped on bottom "W.L. Douglas t3 Shoo,
warranted '
W. L. DOUGLAS 94 "HOE. tho original and _
only hand Bowed welt U shoe. which equal! cu*ton-made
Khoea coitlng from HJ to W.
w. l. DOUgla* 93 so shoe la unexcelled for n
heavy wear. H
w. l. douglas ?3 shoe la worn by all Boy*, u
and la the bcu school oboe In the world.
All the aboTo gwla are ??de In Congreaa, Button
and Lic?,aud If not aold by your dealer, wrlta
W. L. DOUGLAS, brockton, Man. Bold only at
Stono'H Casli Shoo Store, 11
1040 main street.
Ja27-nw*? Wheeling. W. Va.
"^yEST VIRGINIA. ^
Stencil and Seal Woiks!J
And Bobber Sturnii Manulaclorr.
A. X. CASTOR, Prop'r, T
1731 Market 8t, Wheeling, W. V*. '
The Best Knbbcr e tun pa In the world.
Seal Kngrarln* for Hocietle*. Incorporated Companles,
and Notary Pnbl ca a specialty. At
Solf-lnklng Stampa, IadellbleInn. Name Platen, Pr
Key and B*?a*e (ibccka, Monosrams, Holid Rubber
aud Metal Bodied Type, Burn In* Brands and
Jiod Stamp*
"M. A M. STAMPS,?? ?
Printing Presros and Printers' tiuppllea. CJ
Robber Name Stampa for narking linen. Stencil ~
Nock, Die*, Seals, Door Plates, Stencil Inks, etc. ft.
fe!6 X
jyjORE NBW
ETCHINGS! 2
Fatal Shot.
When we were Boys,
Swallows Home, .
Krcnlng Bella Just received. _
K. L. N100LL, X
t&n 1222 Market street. X
YOU CAN FIND B
p:i file in PltTSOCtt-il t Hi** .M'rrtMtiit Hureau of J?J
BS& REMINGTON BROS. ~
wuo vttil cuutmct for advertising at luwwt rales, Ji
ago. K. aTlFBL A CO.
Geo. E.Stif el
ex ao.
JFFER THIS WEEK
lOO
PIECES
LADIES'
All-Wool
SUITING!
52-lnches Wide.
IN ALL TIIK
NEW SHADES!
AT
42c. Per Yard
?
ABE
CHEAP -AT G5c.
BEO.E.STIFEL&GO.
1114 MAIN ST.
LADIES!Wo
beg to call your attention to tho five following
reasons why yon should buy this Corset in
prcforence to nil others. Nonoof the flvo advantages
havo over been accomplished in any other
Corset. Wo havo thousands of voluntary testimonials
from ladios who hnvo worn
HerHajestt's
CORSET.
Its the BEST, because
Mit is the only oorset eveh made ;
that will rtduct th? t\:? and Increase the
J length of the waist of FLunr Ladiks
without injurious tight lacing.
AT IT IS THE DEST SPINAL SUPPORTER
1.1| over rondo, and it supports equally well tht
abdomen and nil other parts of tbobodf, '
MIT IS PROOF AGAINST PERSPIRATION
and moisture. Will neither corrode or
J toll the vndertcear, stretch or break nt the j
tralitt The bones never movo or como out In wear.
TJ1 IT NEVER CHANGES ITS FORM,
arn always retaining Its original shapo; It ii
Invnluablo to young ladles, because it re
noves and prevents stooping and round shoulders,
nn IF THE PROPER MEASUREMENT IS I
[IT 11 TAKEN', no Corset maker can make on?
^ to order (atnnyprico) that will fit as well
>r wear with as much ea-o and comfort, or give
inch a magnificent form as "Her Majesty's." c
PRINCESS OF WILES GO., N. Y.f MPRS.
Kept In Mtock nad recommended by 1
3re0.E.5^tifelAcC/0.
so7wp . whkkf.rw^. w. va.
STATIONERY.
BOOK-KEEPERS
SHOULD SEE OUR STOCK OF I
[RIAL BALANCE BOOKS!1
Wo have Raymond'! Patent, Waggener'a Patent,
id tho usual ataplo styles.
Oar now Cloto-ralod Ledgers are selling on tight
ivet money and space.
STANTON & DAVENPORT,
JaM No. 1301 Market Btraet.
185?. 1887.
lank Books and Stationery 1 c
CASH BOOKS, I DAT HOOKS, i
JOUKNAIjH, I JLEDUhlto, >
ivolcc and Trial Balance Booki, Pcoi, Inks, Pen*
holden and Pencils, Writing and Gallgraph
Papers, Envelopes, etc.
The largest stock and greatest variety in the g
ite. Sold Retail at Wholesale Prices, by ^
ros. GRAVES & SON,
86 TWELFTH ST.
aeai
^ALENTINE8, *
Fin? and Comic,
Wholesale and Retail. Mall orders filled
omptly. ?
0. H. QUIMBY,
Bookseller and Newsdealer, laSl
Not. 14U and 1M7 Market Btraefc
UNA, GLASS AND QITBENSWABE,
jUNE CHINA l
Soup Sett, Ice Cream Sets,
OAT MEAL SETS.
n the latest shapes and deooratlons. ri
At rtaionahie prices.
EWING BROS..
e2l 1215 Market at. opp. Mclura Hon?e.
REMOVAL!
laving removed, I am now ready to receive my
trons In the New Store, 1110 Main (tract Thank- _ .
[ for the past liberal patronage and sol id ting a Jh
itluuanoo of same. I am
Respectfully yonrs,
ft? JOHN YR1E0XL, 1119 Main BU u
AN EARLY INSPECTION i
Df our Immense and varied stock is very necessary ii you want
some choice bargains. You cannot afford to let others Ppw
get ihead of you. Time is money and
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS, ft
While you are hesitating your neighbor takes "
advantage oi our
DOLLAR SAW OFFERS! ?
We have pn hand the choicest stock of seasonable goods
which can be found anywhere. It must be depleted so we have
marked everything down to the lowest notch. Come and see us K
and look it over, you will find a large assortment of jjf
Carpets, Furniture, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, ^
MATTING, WINDOW SHADES, &c., &c. f.
You will save time, trouble and money by buying from us
dLl fjI ICC.
Wo Have Saved You Money in the Past, Ml
And if you will only continue your taith in us,
"We "Will Save You Money in the Future. T
G. MENDEL & CO.,
1124 Main Street. ,,
"? I
furniture anil Carpets! ^
HELLO! HELLO!
HOUSEKEEPERS i;
NOBTH, ?
EAST, |
. WJ
SOUTH, 3
And WEST. (
ml
To you, one and all, we offer the Season's greeting and g;
heartily wish each of you a happy and prosperous NEW YEAR. S(
TO HTTI? PATRHM5* W*? return nnr hest thanks lor the ?!7
very liberal and increasing support they have afforded us during [
the past year, and we rely confidently upon its continuance for w
the New Year, as we know that our goods were appreciated. {J|
To Those Who Are Not Yet Our Patrons, we can only
say, give us a trial. u,
frewSbertschyJ
(
. No. 1117 Main Street- 1
RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SHOE BUYERS! f
"0Q0"I Broken lots of the best Boots and Shoes are offered
JUL \ to CLOSE at unheard of prices, to make room lor
Spring Goods.
TAMES OIVTIV1". 11Q7 Mnin Nti-ftet. so.
IjOUAN A CO. LOUISIANA LOTTEH\.
UNPRECEDENTED AT1RACTI0N! J
; U Over h Million Dlstrlljntwl.
LOGAN'S ARNICA!
A, popular Linlmont 8?lla rapidly. Jiwt tho a air
Lhlog for Kheumallc raini, Bpraini, Sore Ibroat, 8 MS& bod
io. 8fl ccuU. ^*~nrTWglL_ imLbmb?liAiI by
Logan & Co.'sCoufh Balsam. s?
O " " ~~0 ~ UlCWponiMN U} UIC l?(lJ-txlUID Ui lOUO 1UI U1U'
pi.,..,.! Tin** nM rnnotinfttft wimt- catlonal and Charitable purpose*, and Its fran- ?ni
aomntfl chlao made a partofthe present HtateConitftutfon *
10 aU "?pecta. 30 con". Jn J879| by M overwhelming popular yoto,
"We do hereby oertlfy that wo aupcrylM tho ar- c
n , r n j rangementa for all tho Monthly and Quarterly a
Saneue anees Face POWdBri DtawUpof Iho Ixral*lana8tatelftt? <}ompany, rr
vuiigiiBiangwo ivnusia andln poreon manage and control tho Drawing
Bald to rival Funnl's, and only haU the prlco. themaclvea, and that the aame are oonducted with _
iamnles free. honesty, falrneaa, and In good faith toward all ~
rnnuRVUPRATVir parties, and wo authorlao the Company U> uae thii |J
CQKKRY IilP 8A.LVF, certificate, with faoalmllea of our signatures at- J?
ALMOND FLOUIl, tachwl, In lta adTertlBcmonti." lull
LILLY CKKAM, * {^j ot_.
Ind all the popular Coimcllcs. Skin Boapt, Ac. >>? V v, .. ^3 t;
ioj^v |
DraortiH, Erldue Comer. C ,*>
WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU _\ZL^ *
Our Toilet f>0aps. Wo llit nndorciruo) torn*. ini B?iiirera will pa) fj
Todeecrlbo tho varieties wo have would fill a all Prlxes drawn In The LoulMana State Lotterli* *
lolumn. which may be praonted at our counter*. enj
WE HAVE THE GOODS, g
Ind can plcaie you In quality and prloe. k. BALDWiN, Pro*. Now Orlearui National llaiik. ?
OABL K011N, Pres. Union National Hank.
LOGKA.3ST ^ OO. (Jraud Quarterly Brewing
Druggists, Bridge Corner. Xn tho Acadomy of Muiic, Now Orlcatu, o
iu?>a?7t uaion idob,
Capital Prize, #300,000 c
tel? 100 000 Ticked at Twenty Dollar* each. Hal via
? ?lo? (iuarter* SB; Tenth* ?{ Twentieth* SI.
PLUMBING, 8TBAM At GAS FITTING ujtor rKIzn.
3KO. HIBIiJbUtli &, ^ON> \ gg# W??0}. wooooo
1 Prize of 50,0001* SO.OOJ
1 Prize Of 26.0001* 25 (00 tu
Buooassor* to Thompson 6 Hlbbsrd, 2 Prize* of 10,000 are...... ao'oco
5 Prix a of 5,WW are tt'ooo .in
25 irizes of l OCOare ........ 25.C00 wu'
PRACTICAL 100 Prizes of NO are .... 60,000 fe
>00 Prizes of 800 ?ra fcO.OOO ~
'lumbers, 63s and Stsam Fitteis, ^
1 100 PrJz?s of 15(0 approximating to ?,
00,000 Prize arr 60 000
BRARH FOUNDER#. 100 Prises of I3U) approximating 10 lngt
DAAOO rvunuiiJW. |100,000 PrUe are .7.^. 80.003 Bbel
100 Prizes of |A? approximating to
950,000 Prize are. 2C.0CO
Specialties.?Natural Gas Tiaimui.riizti.
<11 q. m .. j 1,000Prize*of 1100decided bj -1300,000
>uppltes, Steam Heating and pri*e are..^......... .. ioo,cco -m
, rS| J 1-000 Prize* of 9100 decided by $100,000 H
/entllation. Prize are .. 100.0C0 A
_ . H.136 Prize*amonnUngto fl,ft6,000 A
Market street, j>or cjab rate*, or any further Information apply *? ^
to the undersigned. Your handwriting muit be tbe
WHEELING, W. VA. diaUnct aud Signature plain. More rapid return plan
. . ? . , nail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an ?r
All work promptly dons at most reasonable Knvc'opo hcaritw your full addrtss. J*'
now. mya dend Postal Notes, Kxprtss Money Order*, or
rfTu nipy a rhn New York Exchange In ordinary letter, currency H
LyM. HAKh A HUN, by Expren (at our expense) addreiwd to 7
*? .M. A. DAUPHIN, J"
PBACTICAJ. 01H. A. DAUPHJN, OrKmu, U. ?
Washington, D. 0, wrlt'
'lumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters, kiitul BegUrt.rrt tetter, to ?
ItO,??TWELFTH BTRKJTT. *** OBLUHB Tj}?
rfufurfr Ef? "? ???? M o???u 2;
?nCWCWDCn Beauregard and Early, who are aS
AKCH1TKCT. In charge of the drawlngi, ! a guarantee 01 abeo- ?S
?-?1J Into (alrneM and Integrity, that tne cnanoes an all ?
F GESEY sssSnawBr ?t
* pi
ifchitect & Superintendent. *.
Oonm: therefore, bewaxo of any lmltatlona or ? ,
PUci ul Speculations Furnished lor t?o-fmoa. KbwnM. the I
? are li
larches, School House., B<si<lencem 1") EFORE
Stores and Public Building! |f< *?* ** Jeff. milboubnv Jeu
I J ADVERTISING AGENCY, ?vr
OF AT.T. DESCRIPTIONS, 118 A 130 E. Ht., Baltimore, Md.. [\
U the ONLY general Anrerthlnc Ajrcncy In W
. . mora or the 8onthwho?e f?clllUe? W placing AdSpecial
attention given to uM~ W
[eating, Ventilation and Sanl- oonuISS m um lwhiu s?w? ui ivt. ah
odlnlit with rttca ud other viloable Inform**
ltv Plumhincr .. .. Uon,i?ntio?uiy?dare?on reoedptoi ?Soto p?j
iry numuing. drtl lorpoataie. noKHMW in
a l
amuhkmknt*.
>PBRA IIP I jhJ. (
Thursday, February 23. (
;lil enjPRemcnt of tho in i>t (iorama 01*. i
l?ot C'omodU" huI t> - frglrg Actor
HAS. A, GARDNER,
Ha?orted bj a ipccUltjr Mlectnl
Conedy Company,
In the Utnt production of
CON. T. MUBPilY, K*Q.,
The New Karl!"
Under th j mwuuccmont of
IM1IL. II. IK VINO.
ew Scenlo Eflocu, New Hona, New I>*ucw and
Iroly ?e j lnold-nai rauaTc. br tfie ou.'^i
Ctoroflho "karl Company," Mr. CiuatMo II
co. ??-iJo Bomber thedato. H.
.dmUalcn, 75 And 50 rent*: referred ?e*u ii ft*
t? ou talo ai Baumor.% < o.'? mtulo tore ,,u
wmmouce Tueadty. Febriury 71. fo"?
>pkka not wii;
The Great Comedy Ereiil!
inday and Tuesday, Feb, 27 & 28,
The World-famed AriUtea, tho
-IanlonS!
10 tbolrgre?t farcl^l oomrdy.an original
E-nop?an woiaiioa,
THE NEW
'OYAfiE EN SUISSE
Hcmoit'leil. BeoonitracteJ.
I lie finnba* niay over wltrcacd intrMlucloc
inf?t rea l-.Ur f?! wonderful Mrchauical
"eel* ev. r Produced, it. n e'e wlUi
tomedy. Henaatlon, Riarulng durprUai,
Catchy eon**, bright mid Pretty Muilc.
The Great Railroad Kxp'dilcti.
Ken In a S!eet>lu>;? ar.
The HUro Coach l imner.
A Brilliant Comptny o( ArtiiU.
^dmlMlOQ. 75 and &j ccut?: reserved rl?u. f100.
itaouhaluat Huimtr .u Co.'a mualo store. ?!e
eommeooe ?rM?y, Frhnurr ?i te/i
FOIC
?OR8Al.EOR KENT?AN KYKULlT
(irand Piano Cheap aud a'tnont new. An.
f to 0. L. CKANMKti, N t corner Caapline rt:<1
rclfth atrrcta. fi-n
MR SALE?A't-iOOD, <JUIKr KAM:
I" Y Homo; alio a top boggy In sood onlcr.
11 aell rery low. >?/juiro of ALKX. D.UiAS.
a *treet, a fow dooi* below Twenty-fourth.
ell*
\HIQ COUNTY FARM KOK qKLE?
/ Situated atom 11 miles from Wheeling and 2
les southeast of Woat Liberty .oontalnlDK l:>o tern
iro or leas. on which Ih a ?nlw initial Frame
iuno and other outbuildings This In oiio of the
Mt valuable farm* in tbeoounly and will b- mi'4
cap and ou reuouabie teruia. For further iuforitluu
call ou or addrena Jo?o: li Harvey. outhe
uaiKoa, or JiiJU.V VOVSti.
16ixw Real Eatato Agent. >VIhi-1Iiu'. vv Va.
pUK 3A.L1!/?UlilU UUUA1X r AKM.
1 Tbo property kuo a as the Cranford Fsra,
Ipr between Oeni'sttuu and Fbort < reek, in
Blilftud District. & bout lour mile* from Hint!j,
embracing 23: a ores, llncStoue 1'woiliofe. with
in, Diablo, com crib, &e.{ mjI iu grod repair.
iO ltnd In excellent, (limestone) well watered
d timbered, and underlaid with coal. Term*,
ty. AIiki (or salo a cottage with 3 urns ol laud,
lolnlug Iho /arm. A good heme lo: ? tu*U
ally. Apply to
eb8 C. J. KAWUMi.
pOR HALE.
i good two story six room Frame Dwelling
ituo, with la'go cellar, two lots MxlOO leu, on
ill street, Kirk wood, Ohio.
kin be bad at ft bargain. Inquire ol
K. 15. K0BIS80S,
niuranco and Real Estate Ageut, Bridgeport, 0,
lr sd!rc? Mr* ti A. KICK, tiuwlckley, la.
all _____
pOR BALK
l two story Frame Hooto and half acre lot, ono
lowest of BNdgoport, Ohio, on rational Knad.
um3 contains seven rooms and summer kitchen,
food r.ablo and all noccnii'try outbuilding*;
utr ol caoioe fruit ou premise; cticapaud en
y terms.
,lao. a good twoatorr 11 rick Dwelling Heme on
ith Huron street, Wheeling Inlati
Jso, several Kino Farms for salo
It i HOWELL,
Insurance at;d Real Estate Agent,
j13 Bridgeport. Uhlo.
FOESALE!
1) Twoniylonr Lota In Culdwtll'a AJ.
(titlon to tho City ol Wheeling.
aid iota are bounded ott tho north by Twentyith
street, on the nut by Fillmore street, on the
ith by tho Handlan Homestead, and on the weal
the B 4 0. B. R.
heir proximity to tho above uaned railroad
idem them exoellout sltos or manufacturing cslUhmonts.
f not cold In thirty days will bo sold at publto
itlon.
'or lermi and further taioroation apply to
W. V. HOOK A BRO?
1300 Market ntrcet,
ir WILLIAM M. HANDLAN,
nlfi H W.^nnn'U'lmplltii-A Hlrt^Piilh St?
FOB BKN'T.
H)R RENT?A BRICK DWELLING
oontainiug fix rooms, situated ou Z*ne atrtet,
ind H? ni reasonable to good tenant, luqulre
f. A PAH-*, at f otto Bice. Ja?
10 R RENT? FH E DWELLING
Hoaso. W8 Main ntirot, at present occur led
Mrs. Henry UorkhelTer FowjBdoa given
rill. App y to 'i. (J. It VLiSKLL 'it'lft
W It RENT-DWELLING HOUSE
t.'o. 1113 chapiine street. formerly occupied ty
Dickey. Possesion given at onco id wired,
WM. I* McPHAIL.
04 i:i06 Mark-1 .;trtft.
'OR RENT?THE DESIRABLE NKW
Dwelling House, 1116 Ciunllne str et. at pres- ,
occupied by John B. McLaiu; natural gat, hot
I cold water throughout; all moJern conv?
neon Enquire of \S. J*. BACH MAN, ho. VI
Tenth street. 1?" .
'OR RENT,
For Kent, For Rent.
WO Largo Dwelling*, modern Improvement*
NK Htore Boom, with dwolling attached.
number of Offices ard Lodgtni Rooms.
WO Five and two 81x*Roomed Houses.
OUNTRY 1'LAUK at Elm Urove. ^ .
il8 H. FOKBK". ll?ChspilneriL .
HAN OS
FOR RENT.
e have several very GOOD PIAN03 that WO :
I rent at a veiy low figure.
3 P. W. BAKMKR ACO.^ j
"OR RENT.
10 Storo-room, No. 83 Twelfth "troet, In jj
on Hall Hnlldlng, now occapled by Wb. H. n
b. PoueaUon given April 1. 1RN?J.
V. L. RODGHRS,
fiecreUry Waihlngton Hall Association, -J
i vm Main ftrctt. n
OR RENT.
New Three- atory Bnalneaa Room, 100 feet doc?. jj
?erected at 1067 Main atreet. If I**"*1 c0f
renter's rlcwa conld bo coniulted tt&tdltf
. of building to bo erectcl.
I JAMK3 h. HAWI-KT^ j
OR RENT.
iQitoro room now occupied by M. A 8. Bn- j
ir aa a aaloon, No. 1147 Market I tree tie
atore room now occupied by tM i
era' Insurance Company, No. U '1 wdfth ??* ,j
>re room, with dwelling attache!. So.21 vr j
a tree t.
ree-story warehouse, No. 1318 Main .
ooms on third floor, coraer of Market so^
Ifth atreuta.
ooma No 1136 f'hapllno street, first t
Doma No. 11*0 ChapllneatruM. flf?t 11
do ma No. 124) Chapllne atrcet. secondi floor
ply to Z1NK A htai.na ^kk. J
9ft Twpl'lh
)U8EFURNI8IIINU If AKI>WA^. |
BLUKNbl
are now Mlliog tho Or*l Churn, mM wl< J
jcit In the market Th?e necdl; R j
lYlted to call and examine tlicm.
GEO, W. JOHNSON'S SOSi
} 1210 M?ln i
UR8ERY WIKE FENDERH,
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