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Baking Powder.
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Absolutely Pure.
Thin powder never vurlt*. A innrvcl of purity.
htretii,'lli awl vvhit]i ^ijin-in^s. More cchiioiiiIihj
ttuiii tin* ordinary kind*. <ui>I miiiiot bo Mold iii
crimiM'tltlou mlili the tnulUtiKU'of low tw?t.ifliort
iveJiflil alum or |ih<?'|>lin(e powder*. Bold only
JlM'Ull*. HoYAI. JlAKlNU 1'OWDEU CO., 100 Willi
Mr. I. N'i'tv Vnrk. mirMWX.tw
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
AN 0
Dress Goods,
Wo offer this Spring mont Extraordinary liar!
galnHlii Mark and Colored Sllkaund DrtawGood?. j
The Newest Shades!
The Latest Weaves!
The Latest Prices!
Vim will ho certain to find tliem at
Geo. M. Snook &,Co.'s.
a nl>
Tin1 crcnunt variety yet tdiown, ami purr-haw*
hIiuiiM Im) made imw to Mtiurc choice of Mock.
Iliiyinsour Ijieu ('urtiilim direct from the Fartory.
enables us to have purclui?era fully '?> jx-r
Geo. M. Snook & Co.
"AKCiitM for the cclobmted Uaui'KK Jltuur
I'nUrrn.s. inr.'l
Wedding Presents.
Cij.. We have received ulnre
Junuitry 1 u new Mock of
Silver and
*<\\ Brass Goods
Wedding Presents.
Jacob W. Grubb
Cor. Twelfth A Markot Sts.
Now Advertisements.
A. L. Rice & Co.
Look at our $1 00 Kill Cloves in Black
and Colors willi heavy stildilng; llicj
urn verv Itretlv. Ullll of fOlirs? lilt')' ttl'O
very good, or we would not warrant
thriii. Ami you can have thciu Irlcil on
free of charge. IT they tear or don't lit
we take theui buck. So you run no risk
in buying Kid tllovcs from us.
A. L. RICE & CO.
tflje Jntdliacnccr.
Olllcc; J.'Miml 'iI 'oili: ' lit li Mrwl,
Nuir Advert iMMiiunt*.
Fur Keut?FiirnlKluil Kootuif.
Wanted V Young Man.
Waiitnl- -itimin>n as iMxik-kei'itcr.
Wanted- Three Kueiwilo Men.
lvKK I'ourherH? Xe.Nbitt <Si Urn.
For Kale?llnUM}?J. M. f'loiiston.
l.i!i>ly Institute.
F.xn-Mor liukihtf I'divJcr-K. Ii. List.
A. I.. Hire A: fo. llf.nl of Local.
Warned?A Uumdry tilrl.
Attention. I.ocau flub.
ricturu# l-miiicil?! ;. I- Niooll.
Not lit* -liicorpomtorH of the Lokuii Club.
i.unuliio l>iuiiioiid? ntul Solid (iold Watches
Found iu Teu--Fourth Imiko.
The llollitau Adjustable llahy Carriage.
Sl'l!i\(? and Summer Stock just received
the largest mid most complete
in the city, consisting of Suitings, l'aiitaloouiiigs
and Overcoatings, which will
lie made up iu the latest of styles and at
the lowest reasonable prices. First
class work and lit guaranteed. Our
tieuts* Furnishing Department includes
all the Newest .Novelties of the season.
Nos, 1SK21 \ i:W? Market Street.
Thermometer llveord.
Tito thermometer at Sclinepf'H drug
store, Opera House corner, yesterday,
registered aa follows: * (
7 a. m .v.i | :t j?. m 71 (
II. HI iu I 7 J", iu cy
l-ui 71 | Weather?Changeable.
Wcnllii'r Indication*. (
Washington, I>. .March 21.?For
West Virginia, ami Western L'ennsyJva- i
ni:i, fresh to brisk westerly wind; colder,
fair weather except light rain or snow on
Him lakes.
? m I
TIik Kv|tul>IU'aii Li'iigm* IlitUoii. j
At the meeting of the Plumed
Knights Xlondaj; evening, the members !
wens supplied with the official badge of <
the National Republican Leaguo, a
handsome button. Tliev we're fastened ,
in the button holes of coat lapels with- t
<?tit delay and proudly worn by the boys.
The IMuiaed Knights claim 'the honor ,
of Mug the tirbt political body in the '
Suite to don them. ^
Tnuuferi KeconlMl. . 1
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to 1
record thu following transfers of real J
estate :
I Ve< 1 made March 17, by John O. '
Keinaoher and wife to Louis Ernst, in
tronsideration of $2,500, for the undivided
half of a lot on the Island, on the line 11
formed by the extension of New Jersey *
street. " r
Deed made Marchv 19, hv William I1
North and others; trustees of* the l*res- 0
bvterian church of West Liberty, to M
Mrs. A. E. Ko&QJTS, in consideration of c
$TtO, for lot# So and 3(5 in West Liberty.
J >ee?I made Januarv 13 by Kate V.
Smith to James S. Ucduion.in consider* a
ation of 5WH>, for a lot in Kim Grove, d
A Iso t wo deeds of trust. r
1 uiniiLY recommend Salvation Oil; it g
has done more for my wife in one night a<
than olivsicians have accomplished in A
years, Fred A. Schulxe, Oil? W. Fayette C
Street, Baltimore, MU. M
local brevities.
iiUtoca of Minor Moment in and About t*?
Mati.vke at the Grand to-day.
The Grand this evening?Jennie Caef.J
The electrical streetcars still attract
jrcat attention.
ii.mo tJni'nnt nro nnictiHinir daily
>n the Old Fair Ground.'
The Fergus oil well, at Washington,
i? reported af- eighty barrels an hour.
Water pipes are being laid to the
now works of the Spears Axle Company,
in the Fifth ward.
Mas. L. M. Bauuv is to lecture at
Bridgeport this evening and at Bellaire
to-inorrow evening.
A committee of ladies from Wheeling
will give an Easter social at City Hall,
Marsh 31, for the benefit of Knon Baptist
Chjirch.?Bellaire Tribune.
St. Matthews Sunday school intends
to give an entertainment called "The
1'eak Sisters," on the evening of April
5, at the Sunday school rooms.
In the police Court yesterday there
were five cases called. Two were continued
ami three citizens were added to
the {Herniation of the work house.
Ci.kkk Hook yesterday issued a marriage
license to Herrmann G. Wcisky,
aged L'4, ami .Mary Ann l?bbert, aged 1J?,
both * natives and residents of Ohio
The Atlantic engine was called out by
a still alarm, eaused by a blaze in the
house at the corner of Woods and
Eighteenth streets. No damage worth
mentioning was done.
Florida oranges which weigh from
15 ounces to over a pound are seen on
tin- fruit stands. Both oranges and bananas
are extremely cheap this season,
apples costing at retail more than either,
j There was a small fire in the house of
I Edward We be, on Twenty-first and
Water streets, yesterday. Sir. Diet/.,
who fs a member of the force at the
hook and ladder house, put out the
A Baltimore Ohio freight car
i jumped the track in the yard in the
, Fifth ward yesterday, and colliding with
( a post standing near the track, was bro1
i-.ti in. Hnmmviiat. The track was soon
Tub live employes of the galvanizing
, depart mgnt of the WhitUikeriron works
struck for an advance of wages from
$1.75 to $'J per day. The company readily
filled their places with new men at
the old wages.
A gasolene lamp on the peanut stand
of Antonib Messina, on the Kxchunge
lhink comer, exploded last evening.
The Italian threw the flaming lamp into
the middle of the street, scorching his
hands slightly,
Mk. Wii.mau Paul, tlie new tenor
drummer of the Opera Jlouse Orchestra,
was formerly the drummer of the Jfoval
Hessian Band, lie is a master of the
kettledrums, triangle and other instruments
which it falls to his lot to play.
Own Kits (if fine watches are having
some trouble with them after riding on
the electrical cars, the magnetism affecting
the spring* >uid balance wheels more
or less seriously. Home watches have
'been ruined, and others only perceptibly
Chief of Police Smith has received a
letter from .Mrs. A. Wiley, the wife of
the Texan recently arrested here
for alleged forgery, but discharged after a
hearing. .Mrs. Wiley encloses a letter
for her husband,.but fns whereabouts
are not known.
A m km lieu of the Wheeling Hod Carriers'
Union is authority for the statement
that the members will strike at the
North Wheeling pottery thin morning,
owing to the discharge of two union
carriers. Another member said he knew
nothing of a prospective strike/'
Nei.i.ie Martin waived a hearing before
Squire Gillespie on a charge of
keeping a house of ill fame, ami gave
bond for her appearance at court. Jennie
Reynolds, lor whom a similar warrant
was issued by the same Squire, was j
too ill to appear vr enter into a recognizance.
Tiik weather yesterday was more like'
a section of early Juno than a Jlarcn
clay. Overcoat# were a burden and winter
clothing a weariness to the flesh.
The rays of the sun were suggestive of
coup <lr tolril, and the balmy ureezes inspired
gentlemen of lolsuro to go 11
Miss Je.swib Calef and her flno dramatic
company entertained another
good house at the Grand last night in
.An American Princess." Miss Calef
has (irmly established herself as a favorite
here. The company will appear at a
matinee this afternoon and close their
engagement this evening.
A hoy whoso name none ol tlio bystanders
knew was knocked down by
being struck by the electrical street car
in front of thcJCxchangoltank last evening.
Jfe attempted to cross too close to
the motor, arid an express wagon passing
unexpectedly stopped him. lie escaped
without serious injury.
Aoconmsu to the Pittsburgh Times
Superintendent Taylor of the PanHandle
will resign at the meeting of the
Directors at Columbus to-morrow and
that he will Ik? given Manager Baldwin's
place. .1. J. Turner, of the Chicago, St.
Louis A Pittsburgh railroad, will till the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation.
Mas. Ht'TLKUjOf Alley 0.,Second ward,
informed the police yesterday that her
boy Charles, aged 18, had been missing
from home since Monday. As he was
never away from home over nightbefore,
his mother became uneasy. It was
learned that the boy was seen at the
Baltimore Ohio depot the night before,
waiting to jump a freight train.
StrniiRiTH In tlio City nnjl Wheeling I'vuplo
Mr. Julius Jacolw left last night for a
visit to friends in DesMoines, Iowa.
Rev. S. W. Pringle, of Mt. Pleasant,
was at the MeLure house yesterday.
Mr.Charles 10. Batson, of Parkersburg,
was at the Stamm House yesterday.
C. Z. Slithers, of the Steubenville telephone
service, was in the city yesterlay.
Mrs. J. Kelsey Hall goes to Pittsburgh
his morning to visit friends for a fcw
Hon. John A. Campbell, of Now Cumberland.
was registered nt tho Sbunm
House last evening.
Mr. William (J. Worlev.of Kingwood,
mil Mr. Ci. W.Johnson, of Mbrgantown,
ire registered at the McLuro House.
Mr. K. K. llorner, editor of the rartomhur^
Sentiud, arrived in the city last
ivcning and registered at the Htamm.
Mrs. Uelurea Harden entertained a
number of ladies at lunch yesterday
ifternoon ut her home on Twelfth street.
-Mr. Frank Schooloy,a prominent graiii
>roker of Kansas City, was in the city
. esterday on his wAy home from Mt.
LHeasaut, Ohio, where he was called to
ittend the funeral of his mother. He in
in old Eastern Ohio bov who has grown
ip with the Went, and his old friends
lerealwuts will be glad to learn of his
>rosperity. 1
Madame D'Anria, better known as
lusie Can Held, of this city, made n i
narked success recently at Toronto as |
he soprano in Sir Michael Costa's orato- |
io of Eli. Her husband has been ap- ,
lointed conductor of the Harmony Club ,
f Toronto, which intends to introduce ]
rand opera for the first time to that
ity.?Xew York Dramatic Mirror.
It* Dvllrncy of Flavor y
ml the efficacy of its action have ten- 1
?red the famous California liquid fruit 1
tuuedy, .Syrup of Fijrt, immensely ponu- 1
ir. It cleanses and tones up the doc- n
itl nml fuvt>ri??h system, ami dispels
chcs, and fevers. Sold by 1/ognn
Co., Auton I*. llt'MM, ]{. H. Hurt and
. Menkomiller. At Ik-llalre by M. 2?. t
torccr. &
An Old Stranger Relieved of w(
Over a Hundred Dollars ot
lit* In Too Intoxicated too Tell Anytiling
About IIIiuM'ir. nod the w]
Girl la iJK'kiMl Up to Wilt 1,1
Till Ife Get* SoImt. ^
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Yesterday afternoon an old, white- Jjj
Inured iiiun, who said his name was S. vc
II. Dnnglars, went to the house of Jen- ot
nie Loo, on EoY street, and while there HU
displayed a large roll of money. Four J"
girls, inmates of the house, induccd him j)2<
to Hond for a hack ami go out for "a w
time." The party was driven about
nearly nil afternoon, Mr. Danglars spending
hia money freely for drinks, and *1
never saying a word about such a little
matter as change.
l*ate iu the afternoon the party r%- a
turned, and three of the girls remained ?J
at the house, while a fourth, called ?
Birdie, sent for a buggy, and she and the
old nuin continued their rounds. They Kr
were out two or three hours, and when er
they returned to Madame Lee's house, tli
the girl did not stop. The old fellow ei
was very drunk, ami had not a cent of d<
money. lie was too thoroughly stupe- w
lied with liquor to give any idea of how si
much money lie had had in the first in
place or how much lie had spent. el
Madame Lee reported the facts at Zi
headquarters, saying bIjc did not propose
to have her house under suspicion, ai
OHicer Dunlap hunted up the girl liirdic, p<
and she was arraigned before Squire K
Phillips, who committed her to jail to gi
await a hearing when Danglar wjis in ol
condition to appear, Oil her person pi
was found $58, which she admitted she
had taken from her old companion, ni
She said she got over $100 in all, but as U
she was nearly as drunk as Danglar, no pi
very clear story could be obtained of the sj
matter, ai
The girl will probably |myo W hearing
before Hquire Phillips to-dnv,
Wheeling to b? Limited to Two Communion
uiul Muit b? (julcb. (j
When the project of forming militia
companies in this fleet?"?? was broached, o!
it was stated that as soon qs there were ?1
GOO enlisted men in tho Htate there j?
would boi available for arming, equipping 8(
and uniforming, n government appro- bi
print ion of $7,(XX). Those who were w
pushing tl)0 scheme here were anxious 01
that no time bo lost.. Yesterday's paper
contained specials from Charjeepw an- ?'
notinclng that new companies recently c(
mustered in, together with those in ser- ?(
vice about a year, made a force uggre- 0'
gating nearly MO men. W
Yesterday an Intblliob.vckii repre- 8,1
sentativo met Col. A. A. Franzheim. of
Mov?r??r Wilson's stiiir, and asked him H1'
what the result of this activity in the 1"
lower'part of the .State tyoqlij be upon to
the proposed Wheeling companies. Jfc
said he was jqst in receipt of a letter Tc
from the State authorities, saying that
in view of the recent enlistments it
would bo necessary to limit Wheeling to *jt
two companies, and that if they were to
be formod it must be done soon. Col. {?
Franjibojw hopes to see two companies , J
of 100 men caxm (OFJijed fmcedilv, Once ;
formed, they could he divided jlito three
or four companies if desired,
Exporting I'juijtern, p)|
The following telegram from Steubenville,
so far as it relates to the treatment
of paupers in Hancock county, is pure "
exuygenUMl " ,)(
The township trualcoa ape investigat- .
I ing the statement, recently iimdo that aj
I the authorities of Brooke and Hancock I P
I counties, W. Va., are quietlv sending to ,fjj
im? cuy mi-jr ?*> "" "*;v m,
ease has been discovered. that of a wo- ^
man and three si?a)| ehjldren, wljP H'CT0 nc
in a state of almost absolute destitution, .
and had been brought to this city at the ,
instigation of the Hancock county au- UJ,
thonties to be eared for. They were
uriivuled with means to reach their
foruiup Iioijh' flij'l warning given that
Mich proceeding must luiii>?dj^elyBton.
Hancock Is the county where, 'a feVy tl?
years ago, a great expose was made as to qc
the manner of the authorities leasing
out their poor, just as is done in Georgia \\\
with penitentiary convicts. The poor
were treated as chatties almost, and their "?
condition i- nnfc much improved now adays.
There are wild to i.o other pases
in this city mid every one will be re- to
tn mnd iih Hoon as discovered. Consider- sol
aliie Indignation is felt and the most sat
kindly syui|)?tliy is nof, extended toward frc
Hancock county. W
IlnUroittl Appointment. jm
It is reported 011 very good authority
that within the next fortnight the ap- to
pointment of Mr. Charles 0. .Scull, now Te
assistant general passenger agent of the ha
Haiti more A Ohio, to the position of lin
general passenger agent, wado vacant 201
by the advancement of Mr. 0. K. Lord
to the third Vice-President's chair, will wi
lie announced. Until recently Mr. Fo
Scull was the chief assistant general ap;
passenger agent of the lines of the Penn- ag<
svlvania systew west of Pittsburgh. Ife is Pit
still a young man, hut stands in the front wn
rank of the great railroaders of the day Pit
as a statistician, an authority on interrelations
of roads, interchanges of busi- <
ncss and on all matters pertaining to poi
the nasscngcr department, He bfls a jjo
number of friends here who will learn
of his advancement with much pleasure.
SookhiK n Locution in tliu Wi-nt. clll
Several of liellaire's citizens who have
for years past been prominently identi- an<
lied with the t,?hu?s Industry at thflt point, J.ini
have been and are prospecting In the JUV
West for an available site for a new
works, A party of gentlemen are in the "e
West now. It* is composed of Mr. W. ort
A. Gorby, Mr. John JJobinson ami Air.
M, h. Black burn, of Ik'llalro, qpf<j .Air. 8?1
William T, Kufer. of Finulay, formerly W,c
of Uellaire, but who is now at the head
?? -".I- n.n tai
place. This purty has visited Fostoria, IM
Findlay, M uncle ami Anderson, Intl., J*'1
amis intend u#ing to Marion and Koko, ",8,
tuo. Mr. Goruy is quoted as saying that l'H*
the Inducements offered in these towns 8tr
makes it iuipowjble to compete for the
trade and remain in IK'Uaife,
'? jyj(
Vint Pretbjtuiw Church. ~' "L
The scrviceswere continued in this
church lost evening with increased attention
and interest, TJ>e attendance sin
was large and a most tender nnd fi};
structive sermon was preached by Rev. "J
Dr. Brown, of Wellubnrg, on the words en
of Christ, "Blessed are they which hun- -j
ger and thirst after riuhteuiiHuess, for i^,.
they shall be filled," |wt)
The jwstor, Hev. Dr. Ounninghatn, _
will preach this evening, and Bev. Dr. . 4
Ledyard, of Steubenvile, on Thuniday ,or
evening. _______
I iiavk been badly troubled with ca- T
tarrh from my earliest recollection and tinj
have tried everything imaginable for it, moi
l>ut never derived any permanent heli> trir
until I used Ely's Cream Balm. It is t
working wonders.?A. H. Viets, Sup't .^j,
I'ublic School, Coleman, Texas. mwmw
Something New for S8 00. ^Ufi
If you will kindly call at our office we . T
vill fully demonstrate the World Type UCJ
iVriter to be a practical writing machine. 0
It is rapid, legible and easily oj>erated.
n?e price is within the reach of all. Seo ' 0'
idvertiaeiuent elsewhere. T
Edw. L. Rose A Co. trad
> - ton
Tiik Eagle Building Asuocintion will regt
le the largest ouo ever started iu this ing
L'ction. trod
the Weil Virgin!* Company Cauwi Koine
The sudden change from cold to warm
>atherfand the consequent softening
the ground and expansion 01 the large
s pipes of the Went Virginia Cornny'fl
mains, caused a leak on the Patrson
farm, between Hickory and West
lexander yesterday morning early,
sufficient force of men was at once
irted out to repair the damage, but
bile the work was being done the
favier consumers, the iron and glass
arks, could not work. The glass houses
ure given enough gas to keep their
its from chilling, und the Belmont and
i Belle mill, which are so arranged that
e change from gas to coal fuel can be
try quickly made, lost little time. The
her mills which use the gas had to
spend operations temporarily. Doestic
consumers were supulieu by the
inflection of the pipes of tne two "commies,
and the damage was repaired
itli all possible speed.
te Commit two Art-tinge* u I'rofptuumo for
ThurMlay Nijjht.
The Committee appointed to arrange
programme for Thursday night's demlstmtion
at the Opera House in honor
the dead German Emperor, met yearday
afternoon to agree upon a proamine.
It was urrongcd that the excises
should open with a selection by
ie Opera House Orchestra, to bo followl
by an opening address by the Presi iit,'
Hon. A. Pollack. Two choruses
ill be sung by the combined German
nging societies, followed by addresses
German by pastors of the various
lurches. Bev. William Ulfert. Rev. P.
iegelmeier, Kev. I(. Baclir and others.
He8ohU???ns will then be presented by
L'QIUmillCC in III* appointed lUr umb |?uijsc,
who will draw them up in both
nglish and German, and nicely en ossed
copies will Ihj sent to the widow
the Emperor and to the prcscut Knieror,
The Opera House is to Ik* nicely decoited
for the occasiod, and the commit!C
invites all who desire to unite in
living a tribute to the dead ruler, irreH'ctive
of nationality, to be present
id take part.
Yesterday Ofl)cer Carney brought to
oljce Headquarters (our'boys whose
ruuged from 7 to 11 years, and who
itd a bucket full of beer. They had |
rank one. When fouud they were in
Hey 0, cast of Fifteenth street. Oue
r the boys told a pretty straight story,
yiiiL'his name as Jackson, and saying
\a /aihef Wj|S }* laborer lived in
ast Wheeling. fhev fold a dizzy
ory of being coerced mto buying the
i?er for a larger boy, but Ofllour Uaun,
ho arrived alwut this time, recognized
ic of the boys as the son of a promi>nt
and wealthy business man. Two
; the others proved to be equally well
Wlicpfed, vv!u|o the fourth was jmnress1
into the service to get the beer, which
i did Uy representing ^ to l)e (p'r his
other, who frenuentlv ?ent him to the
loon with the saino bucket. After a
tod lecture, which made little imprcson,
the Imjvs were allowed to go, on
omising to return after school wus out
be locked up.
?Jr. Hwif'i Inoorrvctly ltcportod.
i the Editor i>J ike Inttilmcnce,'.
Sut;?Will you kindly allow a little
ace to correct someinacuracies in your
port of last night's meeting at Geritniallall?
First, I am made to say
ifnco tho President's message of last
arch 1 had no place to stand upon."
aid. "niqco fl}o hpt annqa} pjepgage
tno President."
I did not intimate any intention of a
lAnge of politics; on the pon^ry. 1 am
Wemftpra}, ftijd pgncct so \q iwiityn. air
lough I may not Vote joe every free
ider that may get a nomination. I did
>t say I had given more money to the
mocratio cause than President Clevend,
hut that I had as good a right to
like i} nlat form as he and had probably
me ami suffered as mi}ch fop tlje pause
Ihough not so eminent and distinislieu;
that I had never received or
ked anything from the party, and did
>t want anything. h||t Ijjjd cOntrjbqted
its support (or Jjtty yeats,
These inaccuracies are without doubt
Very truly yours, W. L. IIkaii.v.
htiling, March 20.
Do not "throw up the sponge." Try
o old etandapl penjedy, Dr. Bull's
nigh Syrup. Price 25 cts.
iliiccil lbitvH vlnlViinitylvaiiln Linen Went
of I'ittnhurgli.
rickets at one fare for the round trip
representative points jn Iowa, Miune[a,
Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas; Arjcani,
Texas and New Mexico will he Hold
mi stations on the Pennsylvania lines
est-of I'ittfll)i}rgh on March iOth, April
and 24th', May 8th and 22d, June 5th
d loth, im
pickets at one fare for the round trip
representative pqiuki in Kentucky,
nnessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alaiim.
Geonnn. North and .South Caro
ft and Florida will be sold on March
:li and April Jltli and I'.'M, 1888.
All ticket* will be good returning i
tliin 'thirty days from date of wile, i
r further and complete information
ply to the nearest passenger or ticket
jilt of the Pennsylvania Company, '
tsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Kafl- I
y Company. or Chicago, Si. Louis iv i
;tsburgh Itailroad Company. we
2 a ll on any of the ollicers or incor- |
aitors of the Kagle Building Associa- <
n mjd subscribe for Btoelf. j
Sil.1 Found -on ,Mj?Jn Street. J
ITeaterday, A. Perry, Belial re, 0., pur- ,
iscd six cans of tea for which he paid j
to the Globe Tea Co., 1131 Main street,
:1 found $25 in gold in one can and in
jther a gent's solid gold, hunting case. J
,M, Elgin v*tc||, ?!(?! ,
. Charles >Yalfers, hardware dealer,
llaire, <J? got agenuine diamond stud, 1
iered by mail, in his can of tea. Mi*. '
mie Fisher, seamstress, Island, got a ,
mine diamond,ruby arid sapphire lace .
i, JJnndreds of purchasers do the J
lio eyerv day. Every cap sold ffltyv
us something besides the tea, such as
mine diamond, ruby, sapphire and
m lewcln*, in solid gold settings,
o ladies' aim gents' solid gold watch- 1
lteinember thVwiumber, 11.11 Wain 1
uet, Wheeling, W. Va.?Adt. I
'ersons desiring to make a good, safe >
j profitable investment take stock in J
I'jfoigie liuilding Ajfjociatiou.
En of the Water ami Movement* of the ]
'ho W. X. Chancellor Is ?luo ?jp to-ilay t
routp from Charleston to Pittsburgh,
'he Andes got away for Cincinnati <]
, evening with her usual big trij* on
ini, r
'he Ben Ilur is this morning's packet ?
Parkersburg. The Courier got away H
time in this trade yesterday worn- u
he C. W. Batchelor was late in get- n
C away for tfttsburgh yesterday tj
ruing, having been detained by a big i>
?? ii
he river is still stationary at this t
nt. The marks last evening indicated
?pth in the channel of 8 feet - inches,
uness was lively on the levee all day. J
ho Katie Stockdale passed down on
way from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati
o'clock yesterday morning, and the
hion in the same trade, passed up at ?
clock yesterday morning.
ho Abner O'Neal, in the Steubenville
ie, and the Telegram, in the Glaring- c<
trade, continue to make their trips U
ilarly every day. The Bellaire is do- t<
a good paying business in the Bellaire si
The Meeting of the Tri-State
League tt Sandusky. 111
Tlie l'ercentttKC System Is lletalitcd. ,
Tito "Ciwkcd up" Schedule Is not
Adopted?Kalamazoo's Guar* cj
antee Is Decreased?Notes.
The following special telegram was received
last night by the Intelligence u p.
from President Seeley, of the Wheeling S<
club, who is in attendance on the TriState
League meeting at Sandusky: in
"The schedule presented by the com- m
mitten was not adopted. A committee
wuh appointed to arrange a Fchedule ( vj
be adopteif in advance. Kichard Male j,
was reinstated. The percentage is to re- nj
main in force. .Season tickets are to be
settled on a basis of sixteen and twothirds
cents. Kalamazoo's guarantee
4n&in" 8lJ
From the above the heart of the 8
Wheeling enthusiast must throb painfully
without a diagram. The Wneel- tc
ing end of the schedule committee left P
here with a pocket map that represent- ?I
c?l a "boom'' town in the West. They
had manv Saturday's provided for be- ?
sides all the holidays, and it is this, it is oi
supposed, that the rest of the delegates ii
kicked on. It was no wonder. The
failure of the Wheeling end to carry
their point, however, need not discour- ^
age friends of the club. The way the
dispatch reads seems tu say that whatever
the committee that has been apnointedjagrees
upon will go. Nevertheless
it would he interesting to know the c"
composition of that committee.
I The reinstatement of Hichard Male, of <
Zanesville, virtually removes the emIwtrgo
on colored players. This action VJ
was, perhaps, bhiught about by the
I strong action of Walker, of Steubenville,
claiming that the color line drawn by the w
League at the Kalamazoo meeting was n v
| gross injustice to players who could play, n
This decision will strengthen Zanesville,
I as Ma(e is a good catcher and fair batter, p
I The percentage remains. This may h
handicap Wheeling, like it did last year, pi
or it may not. Jtuenends on what Toledo
and Jackson will do. The fever jj
j ix-'ing fresh in those two towns it is sup- j,
| i>o8ed that the "populace will rise as w
one man." Uut whether it will be the
populace or one man, remains to he seen. ,
i The ligures fixed for season tickets let ,
Wheeling oilt. "j
The reduction of Kalaniazoo'sguanintee c
js the natural expectation in viewofthe
udtutHSiou ofJaekson andToledo, which
(iocs not necessitate such a big jump. M
So far Wheeling fares well enough, out- al
side of the percentage business, hut ri
as has been before remarked the
new towns nta^ give the home team nj
Oyi??imi?s mv; ?u... iv
fore?thai is, ii dollar or two above the j|
guarantee. It is presumable that Wheel- s|
ing will get\he Fourth o! July date nnyhow,
as all the clubs have signified their ?]
desire to play here on that date. Whatever
is done by the committee, however, m
will have to be abided by, and in their jH
decision Wheeling will gracefully ae- 0j
nuiesce. The Naij City boys M ill take ^
pieif nicdjcino* liHe men, ityd will play ut
ball. ''Now y-o-u s-l-kl-o." " pj
Vaii Sant and Yaik are expccted this
week. is
Toledo and Jackson l>lo\y too much m
This ja ijot a hlisuard country. re
Stapleton will train Iris eagle to accom- w
pany him as a mascot this season.
"Sammy" Nichols will take Myers' m
place as tlje chamjuoii ljase runner this jr,
A few more days like yesterday and R
the cheerful cry of the "umpire ""play lii
ball" will bo heard.
The Columbus Journal's "l>oilor-plate"
base ball notes are very entertaining?to ?ti
those \vho like to road'thym,
Attractive bangers are in the show
windows announcing the WheelingPittsburgh
games April 5 and 0. '
Uimbei', of last year's Wheeling club,
who signed with the Portlands, of
Maine, has been sold to Kansas City. (
This season a railing will be put up in {?
front of tho box otlke, which will prevent
people from crowding the ticket \y\
seller, ?}(
Said a well known enthusiast last hit
night: "Wheeling has very few ImkI "?
batters, and you may look for some hard
hitting this season.'' Th
The grand stand at tho Island Park [jj
grounds should be enlarged, and some \\v
of the sun seats located in the northern ?l'
|K)r|ion of the grounds. JJJ
Sjneidel would Improve some of the CUI
Tri-htate League nines known of. lie n0
is in great form now, and there is not a
truer thrower in the League.
The score cards this season promise to . p
be very attractive. Mr. Wilson wacom-. Sa
netcnt man, and ia oiwage<J in a business
he knows somethingabout, lie will not flg
print them with apple butter ink as they iui
were last year. * J
A Bellaire paper remarked some time ce
ngo that the people of that town would tic
not be likely to patronise base kill in
O'liiii; u*inii UK j ?iu i
last season because there were no IJellaire ??*
boys in the nine. The childishness of jJJ
Litis statement js not worthy of the Inm
answer that could be made. WB
The umpires of the Tri-State League
are no unimportant features of the sue ess
of the present season. Al. Bauer L>n
was the most acceptable to Wheeling n
[n the way of fairnesft, ami it w ould gratjty
(hjs end of the League if.ho were ?.
isliosen twain. There was too much in- UA
capacity last year to suit the taste of the
most fastidious. g
Four leagues were represented on the
bland Park grounds yesterday after- V
looi], (he gqqd weather giving the resi- I
lent# a chance to practice. There were {jjj
present: Burkett, of the Pennsylvania =
[<eaLMie: Glasscock, Moffett and Uarkley,
if tlio Rational League; Miller, of the ?
Western, and Staplcton, Delchanty and "U"
S'ichols, of the home team, -IThe
neajt nut to dispose of is Barkley lt'i?
I have ft <>n pretty good authority that
le wouldn't l?e averse to playing second jj
for Indianapolis, or perhaps even first if ?>y
lie couldn't secure his favorite position, "lrf
md 1 thinly that plotpoofili would be ?:
rlad to have him in the team. A few 1}
lays will show how good or bail my j,.
mess.? Wheeling CorrctpotidaU fymtiiHj i{(M
Life. in
Itnil^qpurt^ 1^
?\... -i .l. l!.i
.iiis. vicuigu viiiwu is uii uiu an ii nai, u| j
Miss Sndio Debold in seriously ill at jjjjj
tor home in ^-Ktiiayillc. No.
The .ICtim mil) was ofT yesterday on t?
iccount of h scarcity of gas. Jj
^Mrs. George (trover returned yoiitcrlay
from a visit to friends in Newbury.
An enormous quantity of hay is be- ^
nc brouglU to town by the farmers from wati
ifoygr wio surrounding country. Thero m
eems to 1x3 a good market for It, as they ~
11 go bank with empty wagons. " p1
The glass workers have in circulation Tv
petition to Congress not to reduce the Tv
iriir on colored glass bottles as projjosed Fc
a the Mills Tariff bill. It is being rapUy
signed by tho business men of this m,
JWn, ?
Ely's Cream Balm has completely
ured me of a long standing case of ca- Th
irrh. I have never yet seen its equal ingn
s a cure for colds in the head and head"- She!
che resulting from such colds. It is a
imedy of sterling merit.?E. L. Crosly,
lashville, Tenn. mwfaw -Je!
The late raridenee of R. J. Smyth, de- F
?ased, on tne corner of Byron and Thir- a
fenth streets, and the houses belonging deep
his estate at the head of Twelfth now
reet, will l?e sold at auction on March gun!
L?oee advertisement, ja2
LI Worto of LuomI N?m and C?m1j? I'rau
Uio CIa?* City.
F. W. Werner in in Tiffin.
J. B. Darrah is in Columbus on busi
Joseph Sonneborn is homo irom Ne\
or k.
Hon. A. T. McKelvev was in the cit;
jsterday shaking hands.
Rev. T.' H. Taylor and wife, of Quo
?r City, are visiting here.
The steamer Telegram reshippei
leese and tobacco here yesterday.
J. M. Shepherd's family and Mn
red Key's family will move to Martin'
i?rry April 1.
The Fourth ward Committee on Strec
iiir and Festival will meet at Mrs. 51
jnneborn's this afternoon.
Thieves tried to effect an entrano
ito the Sheets building, on North Bel
lont street, but were frightened away
Mr. Clark McGaughey, who has bee
suing in mis ncignoornoou, leit lu
is home at Fort Scott, Kansas, Monda
The girls at the Lantern Globe Work
cnt out on a strike yesterdaj
lying they would not work for a "blue
leep boss."
The country people were in town yei
irday in large numbers buying sect
lows ami everything for the cornin
ring work.
Mrs. Dr. S. M. Davis, of Newton, K|u
is, will lecture for the ladies of the Se<
ml Presbvterian chureh to-night, in tli
itcrcst 01 missions.
crotjiry Smith IIi-hIk"" ? Personal an
(it'iiurnl Notri.
A meeting of Ohio City Lodge N<
JO, A. F. and A. M., will be held tli
The funeral of the youngest child <
homus Mullin took place yesterday a
The "Y's" will give a musical and li
rarv entertainment in Commercial ha
riuay evening.
The cutting shop at the Buckeye
orking double turn this week, a thin
hich has not becu known for man
The local business of the Adams E:
ress Company is said by their agents t
live increased fifty per cent during th
ist year.
McCue Brothers, tho Walnut stret
veryuien, have added to their stock i
orse-flesli a span of fine looking horsei
eighing 2,.'WO pounds.
Tho Mite Society met at the residenc
f Mr. John F. Miller, Fourth streel
st evening, the entertainment bein
defly musical and literary.
Mrs. Rev. D. B. Updegraff, Miss Lilli
jnkins and Mr. hdward liatclilf, c
It. Pleasant, returned homo yesterda
tern pleasant visit with friends au
datives here.
Cutters are at work in J. T. Hanoi
iurl ile works on a line large mow men
i lie ereeted on the lot of Jueob Wiseii
[t. Wood cemetery. The stone is a fin
iccimcn and of beautiful design.
Mr. A.J. Smith, Secretary of the Elso:
ass works, yesterday tendered his ri
gnation to that company, which wn
rcepted. The intention of Mr. Sinitl
not positively known. The hist issu
the Now York Pottery ami Glwu Mir
rjHtrhr mentions his name as bavin;
iccptcd the secretaryship of the Nickt
late glass works at I'ostoria.
Myrim uf Fin*
nature's own tnie laxative. It is th
ost easily taken, and the most cffectiv
rnedy known to cleanse the systeu
hen bilious or costive; to dispel head
ihes, colds and (eye#n tQ pure huhitua
u\Htii.;ulou, indigestion, piles, etc
anufact tired only by the CalifornL
iix Syrup Company. Hun Francisco. Cal
)Id by iiOgan & Co., Anton 1*. Hess
. B.'Burt and C. Menkemiller. A
. 11 aire by M. N. Mercer.
Tiik tele Building Association wil
irt March 31, Take stock at once,
Skin Diseases!
)ur olilwt chlM, now six yenri of iw, when ni
fnnt six month* uld. was attacked with n vlrn
it, uiitllKliunt nk(it ditcuku. All ordinary rem
lyn (hIUuk. wo colled our family physician
(o attempted to cure It; hut it mixxmiiI with hI
>st incredible rapidity, until the lowernortioi
the little fellow a pernon, from the middle o
I ht\<-'k ilowu to his knees, whm one solid rash
1y. painful, blotched and malicious. We hui
rest at nltfht, no |m*hoo hy day. Finally wi
re advI?od to try the CUT!CUBA ItKMKDIKrt
e el loot was simply marvelous. In three o:
ir weeks a oomplolo cure was wrought, loavitij
. linli. foltnu-'a i.itk.111 ?. \vliiti> mid luuilthviu
>uuli ho had never \v^\\ tttVwked, In W.
Itiioii your vulutilili! remedies wived his life
>\ to-di\y toe i? n sttumj, healthy child, perfect!]
lit no repeUtiou of tin* <11m.iu>o having oc
rrod. UKO 11. SMITH,
Alt'y at I?n\v ami cx-Pnm. Att'y, Artiland, 0.
fere nee: J. O. Wot, Druggist, Ashland, u.
TlioiiMiwto wf ChlWreu
c horn luto tlie world every day with somi
lematons nflVcilon, such n* milk crust, noil
id, scurf ordiuidruir, wro to develop into at
mixing eczeuui, the itching, burning and dis
itmtlou of which make life ti prolonged tor
e utiles* properly treated.
i warm bath witu L'l'TIcUHA Soap, nn cxquls
.?kin lkriiutliler, mid a single application v
TU lha. the great *k|n C'urii, wHli?little Cu
t'lia l{woi.vKNT.Jtlie New Wood Purlller, an
i'U tullli'leiit to arrest the progrvsMif the di.<*
e. and point to a s|Hcdv uu<l ji nuaiu'ttl OUftt
Ienre, no mother w ho love* her children, whe
;e# pride in their beauty, purity and health
I lit beMowing upon them a child's greatest
icriuiurc?rt skin without a blemish and n
ly nourished hy pure blood?should fall tc
ke trial of the Cutleura Remedies,
old evofj'whpw. price, Outlcuru, SOo.: Poop,
Resolvent, $1. Pretwred hy the runt*
t o AM' I'MKMICaLCo., ISostoti, Mass,
rsend for "How to cure Skin Mhhwii," &i
;e?. <iU Illustration*, iuid 100 testimonial*.
RV'Q Skin aud Scalp preserved and luimtl
UI u tied hy CuTtct'ua MkmcatkuSoap.
* How My Side Aches!
C\ Aching Side* and Hack, Hip, Kidney
??1 and Utcriue Pains, Rheumatic, Sciatic,
r&jkNciiralglr, Sharp and Slit Kiting Pains,
vfflrelleved in one minute by the Ctrnctiu
H-Pain I'LAHTKU. The tint utul only i?atulinn
pbutcr. Scents. iur7-uiaw
For Rent
House, No. Mi Main street, at present occuil
by Mrs. Henry Horkhcluicr. Possession
i-ii April 1. Apply to K. < DAbZEf.l,. delft
So. lUvtl'luipllnekiTwi. formerly moulded
Dr. Dickey, Po?M?*ioii riven ut once it deal,
ax i:M? Market street.
1011 KENT.
nun April Ut. Ptnro Room and -1 Dwelling
wis oil "il floor, No. hi | Main street.
irl'? f. A. SlUAKFKR A CO.
new dwelling house. lllfi ('hapllue street,
iretcnt (winded by John II. McIjiIii: natural
, hot and cold wutcr throughout: ull modern
vet deuces. Ktniulru of W. P. HAfilMAN,
Jj Klevcntli street. , Jat'J
Ho. 77 Virginia Street.
x room*, hiucmont kitchen, hot ntid cold
?r, Iwth-rooin, nutural gi?. A|?|>ly nt
ro Six-roomed House* on the Iahind, 112 00.
ro Largo Iloukct on Fifteenth Mreet.
mr Large Room* In Rally'* Block.
rlO 1142 rimpllne Street.
ie Store-room, No. S3 Twelfth utreet, In Wanh*
i?n Ilall Building, now occupied by Wm. II.
b. PoMMwIon given April 1, IftH.
Secretary WaahlngtOD Hull AMoclation,
I law Main Street.
New Tbree-Htory Banincn Honne, 100 feet
, to bo crcctcd at 10G7 Muln *treet. If leaned
the renter'* view* could bo cotmultcd rtlug
plan of building to bo oroctod.
Genuine Diamonds and Solid (jold
* Wutcliu* Found in Tea.
Tho Globe Tea Company, of Now
" York, liavo opened a branch store at No.
v 1131 Main street. Their teas are packed
in paper cans. Every can contains some
y article uf jewelry, such ua luJii-.V and
gents'solid gold hunting ease jeweled
i- American watches, genuine diamonds,
emeralds, pearls, turquoise and sapphire
d jewelry of less value. After twenty
days these choice teas will be sold on
jj their merit, same price, same quality,
but without jewelry. Remember, we
,t have come to stay. This company has
L adopted this method to advertise their
choice teas. Below is a partial list of
e the fortunate purchasers so far. Every
| purchaser must not expect u valuable
ir Rev. John Tracy, "Weston, purchased
y six cans of tea for live dollars, by mail,
and gut a genuine diuinond ring set in
s solid gold yi onecan, and in unother a
? solid gold ring; Win. Walsh, Bcllairc,
Minnie M. Gasee, New Cumberland,
Win. S. Ellis, Cadiz city, James Gnun,
?* Bellaire, each got genuine diamond rings
f set in solid gold; A Perry, Bellaire, pnrk
chased six cans of tea for which he paid
$5 to the Globe Tea Co., ll.'Jl .Main street,
i* and fouud $25 in gold in one can, and in
l" another a gent's solid gold hunting ease
'C jeweled Elgin watch, stem wind aud set;
Charles Walters, hardware dealer, Bellaire,
got a genuine diamond stud, or*
dcreuhv mail, in his can of tea; Mrs.
,it Annie Fisher, seamstress, Island, got a
genuine diamond, ruhv aud sapphire lace
j)in; Charles Walters, hardware dealer,
Bellaire, got a genuine diamond stud set
in solid gold in his can ordered hv mail;
. J. .1. Jones, B. & 0.shops, Frank \Valker.
f Bridgeport, each found solid gold
l" watches in their cans of tea; T. I). Harden,
Palatine, Jos. Rowland, Grafton,
t- John Overbaugli, St. Clairsville, got up
II club orders of ten dollars for thirteen
cans of tea and each got genuine diais
moml rings set in solid gold in their
... .inn. If..,. (' \l 11P.irL'.'PV.
v burg, paid five dollars for six cans and
found a genuine diamond stud in his
?- cans,ordered by mail; Mrs. F. If. Smith,
0 New Cumberland, C. McDaelo, bage
gage master B. & 0. niilroad, Mrs. A. M.
McLaughlin, Martin's Ferry, each got
genuine diamond rings sot in Hoiid gold
'{ in their cans of tea; Ed. Williams,
" blacksmith, visited the store of the
8? Globe Tea Company, 1131 Main
street, and purchased" three cans of
'e tea, and found in one fifty dollars in
I, bills and in another twenty silver dolg
lars; A. P. Shallcross, manager bus line,
L. J. Lovell, Mingo Junction, C. 8.
e Green, Belluire, each found genuine
)f diamond studs set in solid gold in their j
y cans of tea; A. Morris, Wheeling box
i"l factory, John Parrill, driver for Shall-,
cross' buss line, J. II. Sheridan, Bridge,?
nort, C. F. Center, Martin's Ferry, each
. found solid gold watches in their cans of
. tea; Frank Davis, Brake man, visited the
store of the Globe Tea Company, 1131
Main street, and purchased six cans of
tea for live dollars, and found in one can
n fifty dollars in gold, and in another a
-* genuine diamond ring set in solid gold:
j8 Herman Asmus, 3712 Jacob street, ami
11 John Noll. Eighteenth street, each found
e gold watches in their cans ot tea; S. C.
f Kelly, Wegee, bought six cans of tea for
i. iiiuiiuiimnmiit iuuuii in uuu 11 K<-!iuiiic
I diamond stud, in another a noii?l gold
rln)?; Win. Liston. Island, bought a can
of tea and found a solid p?M ring;
B. J. Long, superintendent city water
0 works, Martin# Ferry, purchased six
L> cans of ten fur $5 and found a gent's solid
II gold hunting case Jeweled Elgin watch.
" Sirs. C. II. Beaxel, Bellaire, bought a can
1 of tea, and on opening it found a genu-!
ine diamond ring set in solid gold; Win.
11 Novell. Cameron, AV. Va.f got up a club
of $10 for 13 cans| of tea, and found in
> one a genuine diamond stud, and in an
other a solid gold ring; Win. Nesbitt,
No, Market street, Miss .Alary HolFman,
Fulton, each found a gent's
1 solid gold hunting case jeweled
. Klglu watch in their cans of tea;
' Mrs. D. A. Baldwin, Trindelphia, got
up a club of $20 for 27 cans of tea and
found in one a gents' solid gold hunting
case jeweled Klgiu watch, and in another
a set of genuine solitaire diamond ear
drons, also ten silver dollars in another;
C. W. Kilev, engineer on the B. & 0.11.
1 K., No. 23 Twenty-sixth street, bought
'! six cans of tea for So and found in one
, can a genuine diamond stud, and in an
other can a genuine diamond ring set in
} solid gold; S. II. Askew, Bellaire, Archie
. Williams, Portland Station, John Howes,
J Parkersburg, Samantha Lemon, Portland
, Station, Neul Kirchner, No. (M Twentieth
r street, each got genuine diamond.jewelry
J set in solid gold in their cans of tea.
J Mrs. Myra Cook, widow, seamstress.
. Bellaire", paid $20 for 27 cans of tea anil
{ found in one can $50 in bills and in another
can twenty silver dollars; Mrs.
Judge John Brannon, Weston, W. Va.,
sent $1 by mall for a can of tea and got
a genuine diamond ring; J. I). McCoy,
Sistersville, sent a club order of 115 cans
? uuu ^<ji in uiiu mu a guanine unununu
i ring ami in three others solid golu band
\ rings; .John C. Morrison, nainters' and
. builders' supplies, 2217 Union street,
Uellaire, II. Hughes, produce dealer, J.
; li. Seelv, Uellaire, Miss E. Miller, Mfer.
tin's l\*rry, Ollicer John West, )V..
Waker, Maker, Martinsville, cach found |
genuine diamond rings in their cans o(.
i tea; George Thompson* steel-worker,!
. Uellaire, and \V, II, Seabright each
| found ladies' solid gold huntiug case
, watohes in their cans.
This company justly claim that they
have as jjood n right to sell their choice
i tea in this way as their competitors have
1 to sell their tea in connection with
, chromos, glassware, crockery, etc., etc. t
Orders by mail promptly forwarded to
all parts of the United States. Terms:
' Single can, $1; six for $5; thirteen for
. $10; twenty-seven for $20. Parties getting
up a club order of $10 or $20 always
get a valuable article.
Globe Tea Company,
Open from 8 a. m. until 91\ m.
I yegg
"World Type-Writer," a Practical
Call on or adilrcM for circular,
*"r7 Wholcoalo ami Retail 1
Wall Paper!
The nndendgnrd Inform* hi* friend* hi
Jnut oiH.-m.il a VINE and SELECT LINE
Direct from the Mi
-No. 41 Twel
(Formerly occupied by the Undci
Fine I'aperx fur Wall, Oiling and Decor
J\ c
| Wantod.
anted-max-t<> Tak* "iiii
gene? of our Srtfu*: sbeWxliJxl* In^u,
t weight 5M) pounds; retail price ?> ?; otber *1^
, in pro|?ortlon. A rare chnuco to'i-rvntc a j-cnnn.
nout business nt home. These safes meet a <1*.
initml never before supplied by other com. \
tunics. n? we are not governed by the Msle
I At.risi: Hake?'o.. Cincinnati. 0. t?->u)M< ' j
Auction Sales.
^Totios SALK! "
I will offer at public salo nt my Auction It.*)?
No. 1070 Market street, WeducMlay, March 21, Bi
lo o'clock A. M.,
One IiOt of Household Furniture,
Constating nl one Parlor Set, Carpets, two Stoves
liodroom Furniture, one lot of Kitchen lurui'
ture, etc. W. II. iiAL|.Kii,
.\'li II ' ,
_ J[orjSale.
Fou sale ok rest-tThTd?
S1UAU1.K MW llivullllik' llm:,,. ,\? ,,,*
York street, IsUml. now owned i,y iiwioi.,..?:
natural Kiu, hot and cold water throughout iZ
?iulru o? JOHN 0. UEUUEU. No. 1101 Milb
?!?? in"
Farm of 'J57 Acrci within two mile* ?.f flm,.
cliiM utatlou on U. <Si 0. lUiilroad, luomr. - under
cultivation, atul the rvalue In viiK-uUed UuiU-r
oak. |Kii'lur and walnut.
W. V. IIOGE ,t llltO
^ ? '?>' M?a,
yOlt SA1.K.~~ ~~ "
No. I General Store
And a Scvcu-Roomcd Dwc iiiu^-.
Desirable location: old cutablbhed tmde a
rare op|?ortuuiiy. Addrw. A j
fr''"1 NVInf Hwg. W. Vn.
JO Rhiiret llclialrc Null Mill.
10 HIiiuvb 1 ten wood Null Mill. 1
?> Shares Junction Null Mill.
'St Shares JjiiUlle Null Mill.
4 Shures Klson (iliuuConi|mtiv.
20 Shares l'cabody IiuunmieConmitiv
is Shares Ohio Valley liank.
1.IHWIN. Slock llniki-r.
. No. -1 Twelfth Mtvet.
Telephone. ?lti;
A two-story Frame House and hull acre lot
ono mile west of IJridKC|Mirt, Ohio, on N?Uuu*i
ltoud. House contain* seven moms un.l miainw
kite lien, u |{(M>d stable hii.1 nil nmsvirx
building!; plenty of choice fruit on i-hiiiW
cheap and on easy terms.
Aim), 11 jftMMi two-Mory Hrick Hwi-llitit; llouso
on South Huron Ktrcet, Wheeling lnliiti'1.
Abo, bevernl title farms for Nile.
IC. T. 11<)WKM..
Insurance utul Ileal Estate Awnt,
fe!3 ItiiiiKir.iN.ur.Miiio
W'c offer for Ralo about 4."? Acre* of Uml jiut
out of the Court Hoimc, MoumlM-illc, W. Vu,
on which In a large dwelling hoUMiutid outbuildings,
fruit tree*, shrubbery, Ac.
This hitul Hen mi tliut live of the l>rinci|iul
street* extend through it.
Thin lunil will Ik? wild iik h whole or in | ninths
to Kiilt the purcluuterM. TorniH eu*y.
Also, about foutv building I<oIh mljolninp
same. Inquire of J. W. UAl.LAMKK.
JOHN M. Tl'UN Kit,
mrl Moiniilsvlllf. W. Vk.
(24) Twenty-four Lots in Caldwell's AdJillon
to llio City of Wheeling*
Raid Lot* nre Included on the north by Twentyninth
struct, on the a??t liy Fillmore htn-et. mi
the Miuth by the llundlun liomcMcud, mnl on
the went by the l?. A:O. It. It.
Their proximity to the above mimed nillroml
renders them excellent kite* for mnmifuetiinm.
If not noIiI In thirty day* will be Mild nt publie
For terms uud further information apply to
W. V. IKKili & ItltO..
UJU) Market ^tttot.
Or William m, IIasm.an,
nul.'i K. W. for. Chutdine ?fc Sixteenth St*.
I 1
Real Estate.
No. 2707 Alley 11,4 roomed home, S'.iooa month.
v.. 'AUO miiiii kln>i>l. llr-i ll.u.r ?t ji? in.
No. J?ul Wood* bltcvl, U rooms, uewiy piijivivd,
si U0a month.
No. |.vj National Ilond, SSQOa month.
No. 10:17 Market street, store-room and cclter.
No. i:M) Fonrtectith struct, 81$ 00 a inontli.
No. II Mart lan<! struct, -r? rooms and llnlMicd
nttir, 812 .V) a month.
No. l.ll Virginia street, Si:i.V) a month; will
put iti illuminating pi* llxturen.
No. l!Cl Virginia street, 81IIM) a mouth; will
]>ui lu Illuminating pis fixtures.
No. 'JC&J C'hnpline street, 811 00 a month.
No. 130 and 132 Fourteenth street, u dottbto
brii'k,6 roomy to eaeli house; will self one or
No, CI Seventeenth street, a six roomed brick
No. -V.IJ .Main street.
N) Aere Farm, live miles west of Mahunorn*.
Washington countv, Ohio: frame hotiM*. burn and
stable, orchard and muiiII friiitr>; Ui arret, Hcure'l;
1h valued ut si.hOO. Will exehuiiKe f"t ?liy
*7 Aere Farm, two miles east of city; in valued
Avro rurui oh aiiori i;reeK; is vaiuca r.j t?-'
por acre.
225 Acre Farm on MUltUo Wheeling ('ml;. 1
Valued III |>rr new.
M Acre Knnn near Triadelphln, valued ?t '
40 Acre Farm near SlMersville, Tyler count;,
in valued ut $2,100.
0 Acre* o( lund near Triudelphla, with " nveu
roomed houtic, 81,Goo.
No, 21211 Market utrect, lot AC feet frontTwo
dc?imblo reahluiRvo on sixteenth street.
Boil folate Agent, U. H. Pension uml dulnt A(torney,
Collector ami Notary Public. nirlJ
A Desirable Kcfddencc on South Perm Mn-et. k ;
rooms with nil modern improvement*. bit ' >x
120. Price reasonable.
MiNlcru 7 Koouicd llom-e, 27 South York Mrtci.
<iood G Boomed Brick House, corner Wood and
Thlrtv-eiKhtli street*. IMy a/, mi Investment
A >pl?-ndid Farm near Jit. Pleasant, Uldo,
tilth t miles from Wheeling.
seven itoouied House on North Front street;
lot G0x400.
Hix ItoiMimed House on North York utrect.
Bulldiuu l<otn.
Dwelling Houses and Store Itootm For Urol i
from April 1.
Oil file In PlTTRHUK'dl ?t tlltt A-IhtK-Iii,' I' ll1 "?
who will contract for mlTcrtl-niitf at ! <?? .t una.
rard L. Rose & Co.
k ff).
Writing Macbloe for Only $8 00.
*o?lcnt In Writing Mmliiin?. I > " '_
Wall Paper!
i?1 patron*, old and new, that he baa
unufacturors, at
fth Street. writer*'
Innumncc Company.) I
iiUoim a Specialty* Come ami
3. OIUR,-,
Agent for A. C. Orr.

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