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The 4>Li?r IKrnaon for tlio great sue
ccufl (if Hood's Harsaparllla is found In the
urtlclo Itself. It Is merit that wins, and tlto
faet that Hood's Sarsaparllla actually a.:
compllshes what Is claimed for It, is what
ha? given to this inoillolno a popularity and
Halo greater than that of any other tmrsr.p;:
Mprlt Win*r,,Ia ,,r Wuod , :"1'
IVILIIL VVIIIO fier before tho public.
Hood's Barsaparllla cures Scrofula, halt
Jlhcuin and all Humors, Dyspepsia, Kli'ls
Ileadaeho, Biliousness, (^overcomes That
Tired Feeling, creates an Appetite, strength
ens the Nerves, builds up tlio Whole System.
lIomt'M Nar?ii|Mirillti Is sold by all drug
gists. 41; six fur $5. l'repared by C. I. llood
ft Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Muss.
Geo. M. Snook
20 All-Wool Pattern Dressos
with silk braid trimming, wortl'
from $5 50 to $6 50 each, wll
be sold to-day only at
50 short lengths of French
Sitlnes, good stylos, will bo of
fered to-day only at
15 CENTS PER YARD.
Our bost grado of Domestic
S-itlno will bo offered to-day
i'A CENTS PER YARD.
GEO. M. SNOOK A CO.,
1110 Main Street.
Bargains ia Underwear.
M. J. McFADDEN
OtTem fipoelnl Inducements In Hummer Under
wear lor thIh w wlc, In order to elo?e out thi
hahiueo ol our hummer stock we hnvoeut price
on muiiu lines below cost. It yon want om
pli'ccor full M'ts don't nibs this (banco to uivi
Look at These Prices.
(inure rndcndiirlit wotthcuts, At If.ct*.
MUhlln Dmwirn, worth Vbcts, atlftcts.
(iauze UndeihtilrtH, worth Kftcts, at2bct*.
J'.altirlrmiu Underwear, worth M) els. at H5 et*.
Mtli'iii t-.Hitirl^Hii, uortli tOeUi, at Wicts.
French l<nll>rl}-piii, worth 7fiots,ulbOet*.
Htnocd lialliilrK*1'). woitli 75 els, at &0 cut.
Mi I nttetiih hirlped Cuiaphhirt*, :i6 cents,
?.tit) l'atlerns Camp Hlilris, Ml rents.
fine French Flannel Bhlrts, 8100.
Striped Hummer Jersey Hhlrta, fl CO.
Wo are oloslngout nil light colorec
Stiff Hats below cost.
1820 &1U22 Market Street.
Olllcn: Nn?. Si/> and y 7 Fourteenth Street.
Wanted?Kmpty Vinegar Darrein.
For Hale?Houne ami Lot.
For Knlc?A Hoarding House.
For tfale?Ohio County iiotidn.
'l'lie MIxm-a Doddridge?Muide, Drawing, Ac.
drum! I.tiucli?II. hlclienltcrK.
Notice?W. c. Wlcdinau, County Superintend*
Ua*oilwll?Dayton v*. Wheeling.
Notice?A lmuo I.. Bi. Myers, Admliilatrator.
Itleli Cut OluuMVitre?hwlng Bron.
College of William mid Mary.
UpriKlat riiitio For Halo.
Karly 1*all Drew (ioodn-J. fl. Hhodendt Co.
(loo. M, Huuok A Co.'a Friday bargalns-Jlead
i on hot ?n,vniKit.
A full lino of .Sergei', llrup II'KIch mid
('licvlols, just suittil fur(lif iiot weather,
which will lir lmulo up llrHt-clUKs m
In Murk?A Ini'ite line <if Oversize* In
J'ltiirli Flannel Sillily,neck III, bodyuO.
At IIKSS A. SONS',
1821 & laaa Market Street.
Wlieellnif, *V. fa.
11'yon eniinot nee mid need Rliectaeks
)mi xntuilil rail mi us mid liavc y our Eyes
tented it limit charge. Wo liavo the
tliiesl liiKtriiiueiitHmill inoro experience
than any other 0|itlrlmi In the Stale,
mid Kuariintro satisfaction or money ro>
landed. JACOH W. Ulil llli,
Jrweler anil Opt Irian,
('or. Tnelllli and Market Streets.
The thortnoinoter at Sdinopf's drug
sloro, Opera Homo cornor, yesterday,
registered an follows:
?. m no | a p. m na
II ?. m vj 71.. in. Kl
inn Nil Wcntlicr? Hlr.
Wasiiinoton, I). 0., August H.?For
West Virginia, lair weather, slight
changralti temperature, southerly winds.
For Western Pennsylvania. cloudy
weather, showers, roolor on tiio lakes,
stationary teinpornturo ill Urn interior,
Trlttl to Wmck ivTrnln.
Ail attumpt was maile Wednesday
morning to wreck tlio llaltluioro & Ohio
express ill a tleep cut about one mile
west of Olaysvlflo hy tilaulng several
cross ties on Hie track, Tlio olistructlon
was, however, ilisroverod by Neely
Wright, who signaled, tlio train and
averted a disaster.
llail an Hunplrlolia.
Mr. .1.1), Dulloli desires Itstatod that
lio had no suspicion, and no reason to
suspect, as might seem to bo tlio esso
from tlio recently printed account of tlio
luirnliiK of Ills nam, that it was sot on
tiro hy workmen, or that any labor
troubles bad any posslblo connection
with tlio lire. Ila expressed regret that
nny such impression should liavo gotten
ilsxnv I'.inisKiumi will give a grand
lunch at bis saloon, No, 1100 McCollocli
street, Haturday evening. All aro lu
itntton or Minor Muuieut la uuil About the
Ai.i, the nail machines in tho Uellaire
lail works aro now iu operation.
Tub city garbage crematory is again
crowded witli all tho stufl it can bum.
Tub days aro getting a little warmer
ind tho nights a good deal warmer now.
Ovric-KU Jim Bell ran iuu hare-footed
'van." last night, who gave him lota of
Tub County Commissioners' Commit
tee ou Poor House and Farm visited the
An Italian laborer was badly hurt in
the Hemptield tunnel on Wednesday, lie
was taken to the hospital.
Brnjamin-F. Martin, aged 22,-and
Lizzie Dumas, aged 17, were licensed to
wed by Clerk Hook, yesterday.
A man named O'Neal, working on the
Union bridge pile-driver boat, nad his
left hand badly crushed yesterday.
Jones & Swekney have leased all the
oil privileges from Clinton to Weid
man s mill, in all about 2,000 acres.
A junk-dba leu has bought the old
broken water pipe in the creek at Main
street, aud was engaged in takiug it out
I)k. Garrison had the hark knocked
oil his shin yesterday by the step of an |
electric car. He reported the operator
Tub I>orcas .Sewing Circle gave a lawn
fete at Wheat's lawn, iu South Wheel
ing, last evening for the benefit of the
Third Presbyterian Church.
A vbky successful aud enjoyable lawn
fete was given at Mrs. lienor a, on Zauo
street, Island, last evening, for the
benetit of St. Luke's church.
Tub Disciples church of Steubenville
hail u good sized and eujoyuhle excur
sion to this city yesterday on tho Abner
O'Neal. Lunch was served on the boat.
Joseph Kebdh, accused of violating
the cesspool ordinance, und Frank Fou
rier, lor assault and battery, were the
only cases before Mayor Heabright yes
terday, und both were discharged.
Mr. W, S. Moulton, late of Hichmond,
Va., huH established in the old Arbenz
furniture factory, south of tho creek, a
cider vinegar works, and expects to be
ready for business at au curly duy.
Tub West Virginia China Company's
stockholders' meeting again adjourned
yesterday without electing a new man
ager or transacting nay other business,
to reassemble at the call of tho Presi
A km a Mi boy fell out of U. N. Taylor's
delivery wagon on Market street last
evening, and struck on his head. He
wus knocked senseless for a while, but
booh recovered, and got in tho wagon
uguin without a whimper.
Clerk Hook yesterday admitted to
record a deed made August 5, by Cor
nelia Z. Shriver to John Hares, iu con
sideration of ?<>00, for a piece of ground
20 by D4 feet on the south aide of Four
teenth street, 1U0 feet east of Alley G.
Hattik Grantham, tho colored wo
man accused of stealing from another
colored woman last January, hud a
hearing before Squire Davis yesterday,
and was remanded to jail iu default of
$500 bail for her appearance at tho Cir
Tub "Little Jewels" of the English
Lutheran Sunday School, the iufant
class, hold a very pleasant picnic at tho
Bridge Company's park ou the fnr end
of the Island yesterday. Lots of tho
little ones were there, and all had an
Garfield Assembly No. 1721. K.of L.,
at a meeting held on Wednesday even
ing cast a voto of thauks to the Glass
Packers' Assembly for postponing the
date of their picnic to a further date, in
order to enable persons wishing, to at
tend both picnics.
Tub Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Outiug Club's excusion up the river
on the Uelluire will take place to-night.
Tho steamer will leave tho wharf at 7
o'clock and return to tho city between
11 and 11 :IS0 o'clock. A congenial party
anticipates a delightful time.
A pleasant musical entertainment by
leading local talent, aud festival, were
given at Capt. Thomas Prince's, on tho
Island, last evening. Through misin
formation an error, exceedingly to bo
regretted, occurred in yesterday a paper,
by which this event was chronicled as
having come oil* the night before.
County Supkiuntbndknt Wikdman
announces in the advertising columns
this morning that tho annuul county
teachers' institute will be held at Tria
dclphia, commencing August 12. City
Superintendent W. II. Anderson is to
conduct it. Tho examination of teachers
will be held at West Liberty, August ID
Htrniitforit In the Gltjr and Wluudlng roopla
T. II. Buchanan, of Wellsburg, was at
the McLuro yesterday.
Itov. Mr. Krieger, ot Marietta, 0., is
the guest of friends in Hiu city.
Miss Post, of West Alexander, is again
the guest of friends in tills city.
Mrs. Itobert Dryson and son are tiie
guests of Mrs. John Weir, nt Ueliaire.
Mr. liicliard Mulilenian has returned
from a visit to his parents at l'arkers
Col. F. WcBtcr, manager of tlio Opera
House, Is home from an extended busi
ness trip through Ohio.
Messrs. 11. 1). Gates, of Indianapolis
and D. Abrahams, of Montgomery, Ala.,
extensive glusn buyers, are at the Mc
Mrs. I.ouisa Tappo and her son, Mr.
William Wassermcyer, have returned
from an extended trip in the far West
Misses Alice LoDuko and Jennie
Gribbon, of Ilerea, Ohio, wero tbo guests
of Mr. LeDnke, tho railroad contractor,
at the WindBor yesterday,
Mr. Jolm lligenbothpm, who, in years
gone by, was a merchant in this city,
died at his home in Topoka, Kas., lust
Tuesday, in the cightyllrst year of Ills
Messrs. 0. L. Moore, of l'roctor, Thorn
as tlatts, of Mouudsvlilc, and Jacob
Koontz and J. 8, Htandlforil. of New
Martinsville, were at tho Hotel Windsor
Mr. Jauies Knlow, of llrldgeport,
leaves this morning for Oakland to catch
the balance of (lie trout that were left
by Dr. Cook, lie also will visit Moun
tain Lake l'atk,
The Misses luring gavo a charming
dinner party Wednesday evening nt
their home, Monument l'lace, out the
National road, in honor of Mr. W. II.
McMechon and bride.
Misses Laura I.. Armstrong and
Louisa M. Maurer left Wednesday even
ing on the Baltimore A Ohio railroad on
a pleasure and recruiting trip, to visit
friends and aiijiinlutauces in the vicini
ty of Valley Grove,
Tho rumored marriage ol William
Alexander to Miss Annie llogo Is with
out foundation. We received the report
from one who spoke as If informed, and
we thought it reliable, but learn since
that it was not trim, We regret giving
circulation to tlie report, na we nro in
formed that the parties named feel very
greatly annoyed by the publication.?
To-day and to-morrow wc offer?
7?e India Silks at 40c a yard.
IKK* Small Nllks at 117 Jc a yard,
Mr French Hatlnca at Mo a yard,
2So Wool Olialllei at 14c a yard.
lfti' Sail tics at Hjonyard,
12(o Batistes at 7c n yard,
fie Lawns at -!<' a yard.
LOW yards In remnanla of 12|, in and
20c, Salines at 5c a yard,
Come early for choice styles,
Buy Hlcctric Llgbtand have good bread,
The Reconstructed Team Beats
THE FINEST GAME LATELY
lMayed at InIhiuI l?ark Venter (lay
Afternoon?'The New Deal Starts
(JIT Very Auspiciously?Gen
eral Bane Hall Now*.
With two umateurs and regular men
playing out of their positions Wheeling
jumped on Hamilton yesterday aud won
u ereditable victory. Tim fielding of the
homo team was virtually errorless, the
fumble charged to Miller being excusa
ble. Browner, whom Wheeling has
never done much with, was fairly mur
dered, fifteen hit* with a total of twenty
six buses being secured off his delivery.
The home tenin played with more vigor
than for some time past, the fielding be
iug clean and sharp. Hamilton did
some terrific batting, but Haller's fine
woik behind the bat and throwing cut
oil' their hopes of Bcoring many times.
Mcehan pitched a good game, and iu the
ninth, when ho found it was safe in his
hands, eased up aud as a consequence he
was hit for three runs.
Not much can be said for the Holding
of Hamilton, but at the bat they were
nearly as strong as Wheeling, while
Browner's work in the box was not as
puzzling as it has been ou former occa
Wheeling ncored two iu the first in
ning on Williams' base on balls, Hpei
del's two bngger and Niles' fumble of
Hobrecht's hot liner. Bowman opened
the third with a corking hit to loft,
reached second on Sneidel's sacrifice and
scored on Haller's three bagger, the lat
ter reaching home on iiiggins' fumble of
Hobrecht's hit. Miller reached first in
the fourth on White's error; Williams
lined out a two-badger, both crossing the
plate on Bowman's beautiful hit to left
center for three bags. Hobreeht opened
the fifth with a three bagger, and came
homo on Meehen's hit to right for two
bases. Williams in the sixth repeated
Hobrecht's feat, and scored 011 Bow
mau's single. Miller in the seventh hit
to Wetterer, who threw low to White,
and the hall going over into the sun
seats Miller reached third, scoring 011 a
wild throw of Bowman's to second iu an
attempt to catch Williams napping. In
the eighth Speidel and Mailer hit safely
and both scored 011 Hobrecht's fly out
and a wild throw.'
The live runs of Hamilton wero made
in three innings. In the fourth inning
Median had White struck out, but
Henglegavo him his base 011 balls. He
stole second aud scored on Wetterer's
single. In the seventh Dolan rapped
out a corking three-bagger and came
home on Lancer's single. In the ninth
Mcehan eased up some and ob a conse
quence he was hit for a triple, a double
and three singles. Wetterer got his
bsse on balls and scored 011 Dohtn's
second triple. Dolun coming home on
Lancer's double. Lancer made the last
run by trotting home 011 Higgm's hit.
Follow iug is the score:
Hamilton, it. 11. r. a. k. wiikklino it. u. p. a. k.
b II 27 If, ? Total 11 If. 27 1(1 1
Wheeling 2 0 2 2 1 l l 2 o-n
Hamilton 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 15? 5
Earned rutin?Hamilton. 5; Wheeling. S. Three
haechiiN?Williams, llowinan. Iialler, Hobreeht,
Holau,2. Two Imh) hit*? Lauccr, 2. HIkkIiih,
Hyati. Williams, Speidel, Meehan, 2. Struck out
?by Mcehan, 4: Browner, 10. Hmh'hoii ballH?oil
Median, 4: oil' lirowtier, 1. Hit by ball?by
Meehan, 1; by Jlrowner, 1. Sacrifice lilt?Spef
del. Stolen bane*?Hauiiltoti. 2; Wheeling, a.
Double play-ShnniUH to Miller to Hpeidel.
TItno-1 :&0. Umpire?Hengle.
lillHU Hull ItrlofM.
Mansfield has suspended Pitcher Palo
for tho balance of tho season for in<
Miller, of tho Shamrocks, who has
been ploying with Wheeling, handles
himself like an old leaguer.
A Pittsburgh exchange says: Presi
dent Nimiek waived claim to Kussie to
day. Wheeling must bo buying his re
Youngman. McKeesport's heavy hit.
ter, whom Wheeling was after, will not
come here, as lie is going to work at his
trado next week.
Wheeling plays Dayton to-day and
to-morrow. McKean, of Grafton, Ohio,
and Carey, of East Liverpool, will bo hero
to-day anu participate in the game this
Tho Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph
says: Wheeling tried everything it could
to get President Nimiek to buy Ken
nedy's release. Well, you have tried
"Iteddy" Williams and llobrecht play
cd tho sharpest fielding came yesterday
over seen on tho grounds. They stop
ped Polan twice on third when ordin
arily ho would have reached home.
YealordHy'NLeague ami Association (lame*.
At Cleveland?Umpire Lynch, by error* of
judgment, lost tho game to Cleveland. Two of
oil decisions were wrong ami by them Philadel
phia won. Philadelphia U>: Cleveland 7. Earn
ed, s and r?. tills in and 11. Errors, 3 and 0.
1'ltehers, liulllngton, Oleason and O'llrlen.
At Pittabuigh-Plttsbnrgh 12: Washington fl.
Earned, 7 and0. Hits, I I and 7. Errors, 1 and
3, Pitcher", Morris and Haddock.
At Kansas Clly-M, toula 12; Kansas City 2.
Earned, 7 and 0. Hits, 11 and 0. Errors, 4 and 2,
Pitchers, Powders ami King.
At Louisville ?Cincinnati I; Louisville
Earned,Jland0. Hits, 11 aud7, Errors, 2and 3,
Pitchers, Vlan and Ewing.
At Philadelphia? llalilinorc 0: Athletics, 6.
Earned, 1 and4. Hlts.uaudll. Errors, 1 and5.
PJtchers, Kllroy aud MeMahon,
At Chtoago?Tho game with Jloiton had to be
postponed on acpount of ralti.
At Indlanapolla?Indlanapolli Mj New York
4, Earned, P.'and 2. lilts, IU and a- tyrrors, 2
mid I. Home runs, Hncklcy and Glasscock.
Pitchers, ltoylcaml Welsh.
At Columbus-lirooklyu, 12: Columbus, 11.
Earned, 0 and 1. lilts, 14 and 11. Errors, 4 aud
e, Pitchers, Carutilers, Hughes, Wlduer aud
A l-'oot Unerr with Hacking,
A foot race of 100 yards was run at
Miltonsburg last Saturday, says the
Woodsflold O.,[Spirit, betweenJMr. Louis
Gruber, of Jersey City, N. J.,?a mem
ber of the Scottish-American Athletic
Club?and Mr. Ashford Douden, of
Hatesville, (). The nriie. which \yas a
silver cup, was won by Mr. Gruber with
ease. The latter's friends nre willing to
hack him ngalnst any sprinter iu East
I'rosppptlvn Flint Itnre.
JJorllo Lnwroncn'i umnngor la trying
to nrrnnge another match between
Knglcdrtlin, tho Chicago foot racer, nnd
nn Kiut Liverpool, Ohio, abort dlatnnco
man for $l!00 n title. If arrangement*
are made It will nunc oil'nt the Fifth
itroet rink, Hast Liverpool.
Tlie Only Perfect lletucilf
For habitual constipation, ilyspcpaln ami
kindred Ilia la the fnmniia Cnlifomin
lli|Uid fruit remedy, Syrup of Flga. It
alrcngtheni na well na clennaea tho oya
torn, It la onxlly taken, and perfectly
bnrmleaa. Foranloln80centannd$l hot
Ilea by Logan l>rug Co., Anton 1', Hcbb,
It. II. Hurt ami C. Meukeuielier.
Tim beat, Ohio Vnlley Colli'O,
Do yon atiflcr with babilunl conatlpn
lion or blllonaneM? If ao,trv the plena
nnt fiult Inmllve, Kllxlr of Doled. It
will cure yon. Sold In 80 cent liottlea
bv O, It, Ooetie, W. W. Irwin, W. K,
wlllinina, John Lnughlln. I/ignn Drug
Com jiany nnd Goodwin A Co,, wbolemle
lit aitro you got Klectrlc l.lgbt Flour,
TUB WHEELING WUEKU1E.V
1 Lnruu and ttiitJiuaUetic Meetly?Tim
The meeting of the Wheelmen last
jveuiug was largely attended. The
L'ommitteo oa Uuiform reported, aud
the uniform was adopted. It is a dark
blue, neat fitting jacket, black jersey
tight*, black stockings, dark blue cap
A committee consisting of Messrs. J.
M. Belleville, 0. E. Irwin and Dr. K. H.
Hullard was appointed to consider the
invitations to races, and report at the
uext meeting. A committee consisting
of C. E. Irwin, K. E. Sarver aud John
McOluro was appointed to select u
Buitable hall for permanent mediums.
Six new League members were takcu iu.
The Blue Sulphur Springs hotel has been
designated as a League hotel.
The Chinese lautern parade which
followed the meeting was a very attrac
tive affair, though not so large as was
1'lejuunt Wheel Tour.
Mr. Johu MrClure aud Mr. James L.
Day returned yesterday morniug from
Cincinnati, which point tliey reached
last Monday afternoon by easy stages on
their wheels. They report having a
very enjoyable trip, although they are
considerably browned aud weather-bea
teu. They tell a story on themselves,
which is rather neat in its way. Be
coming very thirsty they stopped at a
farm house and asked a man at the gate
who was eating a piece of bread if they
could get a drink. "I don't know," said
he, "I'm a tramp myself. But there's a
man iu the house up yonder."
Mr?. Duval'* Death.
Mr. Walter K. Duval arrived in the
city yesterday on his way to Wellsburg,
having in charge the remains of his
wife. As announced yesterday Mrs.
Duval died at Battle Creek, Mich. She
was taken to a sanitarium of high repute
there to be treated for a tumor. Mr.
Duval and her aunt, Miss Cecil, accom
panied her. The physicians said
the tumor was not a bad ouo, and
that the operation need not occupy
but a few minutes. She seemed
in robust health aside from the tumor.
While tho chloroform was being admin
istered, Mrs. Duval gasped, moved con
vulsively aud died. It was tho anaes
thetic that killed her. The physicians
turned their backs and walked away,
leaving Mr. Duval and Miss Cecil to at
tend to their dead. Mrs. Duval's funeral
will occur at Wellsburg at 10 a. m. on
A "Wild Woinuu."
Tho people living over in Belmont
couuty on the Flushing and Morristown
road, about half way between the two
towns, in the neighborhood of Gilliam
farm, are excited over tho frequent ap
pearance of a "wild woman." Tho
woman has boon seen a good number of
times and is described as looking very
crazy. It is said she sleeps under shocks
of grain and iyiy. Tho other day a
young man lifted a fork of hny from a
shock and the "wild woman" jumped
out, scaring tho man 'most to death.
She asked him, "What in tho h? did
you lift that hay off mo for?" Wednes
day evening after tho heavy rain she
was seen wading about in tho swollen
creek aud lifting water in tier bonuet
which she poured on her head. It is
said she drew a revolver and ordered a
man to get nil'a horse. Some think she
is a man. Whatever sho is she is mak
ing a good deal of fun.
A New Telephone Company.
Tho Secretary of State has issued a
certificate of incorporation to theTygart's
Valley Telephone Company, which has
for its purposes constructing, maintain
ing and operating a telephone lino along
and near tho turnpike road from tho
town of Belington, Barbour county, to
Mingo Flats, in Randolph county, by
tho way of Elkins, Beverly and llunt
tonsvillo; also a branch line to Winches
ter and the club house on Sbavers|Fork
of Cheat river and to other points iu
Randolph count v. The principal office
is to be at Beverly. The sum of $123 has
been subscribed. The ^privilege of in
creasing tho stock to $10,000 iu all is re
served. Shares are $20 each and are
held by B. L. Butcher, J. L. Wamsley,
S. A. Rowan, C. H. Scott, Omar Conrad
and George M. iLeonard, all of Beverly,
Randolph county, one share each.
A Good 1'arly furi linutnuiiun.
A number of West Virginia people arc
in tho city, Htnyiiif; at tlio McLure houae,
i-nrouto for Chautauqua. They leave
via Pittsburgh over tliu Baltimore A
Ohio this morning. Tim party consists
of Mr. nnil .Mrs. ]). J. Gibson, of New
burgi Senator and Mrs. J. I1. Jones ami
daughter, Miss Cora, of Tern Alta; Miss
Ida Anderson, of Newburg; Miss Kate
Samuel, of Grafton; aud Dr. Harriot B.
Jones, Uert Koblegard, Harry Craig,
Tom Danner, llrontion Bennett, George
Kitson, Ed. Tunstel, Fred Harrison,
Misses Minnie Dunnington, Flodio
llailuy, Kiln llall nnd Fannie Davison
and Mrs. IJIancbo Arbueklo. Tliuy ex
pect to bo gone two or three weeks.
The insuranco on tho Union Brick
Works at New Cumberland has been
ail justed by tho following companies:
Liverpool, London anil Globe, rli.500;
Anglo Nevada, $1,500; Kranklin, of
Wheeling, $1,500; Jellersou, of Wheel
ing, $1,000; American, of Wheeling,
$1,000; Standard, of Wheeling, $1,000;
fire aud Marine, $1,000; German, of
Wheeling, $750; Peabody, of Wheeling,
$750; Providence,of Washington,$1,000;
Heading, of Heading, I'a., $1,000; Ger
man American, $1,000; German, of
Philadelphia, $1,000. Total, $15,000.
Hyrup of Fig*
Is nature's own true laxative. Jt is tho
most easily taken, and tho most effective
romedy known to cleanso tho system
when biliotioor costive; to dispel head
aches, colds, and fever; to cure habitual
constipation, Indigestion, piles, etc.
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Company. lor salo in 60 cents
and 81 bottles by Logan Drug Company,
Anton 1'. Hens, jt. li. Burt and 0. Men
Gaui'ikmi Askbmiii.y will hold their
picnic at tho Wheeling Park Saturday
August 10, afternoon and evening. Ar
rangemunis aro being inado to have
this the most enjoyable picnic of the
season,' Maver's full band will furnish
the music. 'Everybody invltedtoattend.
Don't forget tho Cigarniakers picnic at
tho Park, Saturday, August 10.
iviir I'?* Mnr??
You can buy?
Lancaster Ginghams at Ojc a yard.
Best Blue Calicoes at llje a yard.
Best Light Galloon at Ijc a yard.
Lonsdale Muslin ot 7c a yard.
Ladies' Choice Muslin lit 7c a yard.
Vtonk A Thomas.
Thy Kloctrlc Light. You will uso no
Hkmkmiirh tho excursion to Atlantic
Oltv, via Baltimore A Ohio. Thursday,
August 15,1HSII. Hound trip 110. Tick
eta good ten days with stop oil" privilege
nt Washington, D. C., returning, Pleaso
secure your parlor and sleeping car space
BKTTKKthan all, Electric Light Flour,
Fur thirty Hay* Mum,
Fob $1 50 )?"? can get one down fine
Sotin-linish Cabinet Photographs, and
5DO extra In a line gilt frame, Kilo si?e,
it Pluinnier'i, 1188 Slain street, Wheel
ing. , ,
Diiink Ohio Valley Cofleo.
Jacobs A IsiNimmi closing out retail
itock. Now Is your time to buy bargains.
L, S.Gooii sells dry goods tho cheapest. I
A MUSICAL FESTIVAL
On a Glorious Summer Night
Out at the Park
IS ATTENDED BY HUNDREDS
From the Oily?A Splendid Pro
lira mine Nicely Uemlered?Pretty
Illumination* Added to (lie
l-lnjoyiuoiit of the Occasion.
The Suinmer-uight festival given at
Wheeling park lout night by the Opera
House bund and orchestra was a very
successful aud enjoyable affair. The
night was a perfect one, the Night-Queen
in her full splendor riding high in the
heavens and flooding the. beautiful
grounds with shimmering silver, while
the odors of dew-weighted (lowers aud
shrubs were wafted about by the gently
stirring breezes. The fete took place in
the euclosure, in the rear of the
park, and there, added to the moon's
illuiniuatiou, were the lights of bun
dreds of Chinese lauterus that made
the scene a particularly bright and gulu
I one. It seemed as though nearly every
one was there; county and city offi
cials, politicians, business men and their
wives ai^l children, clprks and young
men about town, and a regiment of
pretty yirls strolled about or sat und
listened to the music. Everyone ap
peared to enjoy themselves, and it was
a mutter of general wonderment why
the bund had not attempted something
of the kind before.
The band, consisting of about twenty
pieces, reudered the following pro
gramme in u most excellent manner:
March?1"Tlio Bicyclo ltace" C. Latann
Overture?1"Foot und I'easunt" F. vonSuppe
"The Musical Cook of the lllnck Forest"
M loll noils
Wall/ from "The Muiden of Hello I?lf"
Overture?1"Ernit und Sdier/." Hiiiuinel
"IHo 1'iiKt Im Wtilde" Helinefer
I'olku l'mncnlhe, from "The lluglur" Steilena
Humorous FHiitiiNiii?1"flchulk" K lewder
tiulop?Jo>*h of .Sporting Neumann
This programme was concluded about
II o'clock, after which the orchestra fur
nished dunce music for nearly two hours
in the refreshment hall, which for this
occasion was turned into a dancing pa
The organization spared no efTort to
muke their entertuinmcnt enjoyable
and succeeded admirably. The Kim
Grove road ran special trains to accom
modate those who went out from the
city und in addition to those who went
out in the curs, there were a hundred or
more who drove out. lluvitig been so
successful with their first festival, it is to
bo hoped that the band will feel en
couraged to give others.
Tho Meteoric hliower till* Week.
The occurrence which holds the first
piano in popular interest in August's
astronomical annals takes placo near
the close of this week. This is the dis
play of meteors which is seen on the
IHh, 10th nnd Uth. On or about the date
Urst named tho earth, every year, while
sweeping along in its course around the
sun, dashes into a swarm of meteors
which are following in the track of ono
of tho comets of 1802. The earth's pas
sage through this swarm takes three or
four days. Meteors?which aro the lit
tle points of moving light popularly
called ''falling stars"?are seen nearly
every clear night during the year in
some ?art of tho sky if looked for care
fully for an hour or two, hut they aro
more numerous than usual around the
10th of August and tho lilth of Novem
ber. "Star showers"?that is, a few me
teors in the sumo region of tho firma
ment'in a few minutes of time?are
sometimes seen about April 20 and No
vember 27, hut the most beautiful and
interesting displays are those which
take place on or near August 10 and
Tli? MouoiibmIIh County Oil Flold.
Morgan town New Jiotalnfon,
Thd developments In the oil Hold have
not been in any way startling tho past
week, only ono new well having como
in, on the M. Core lease, but several new
rigs liave gone up and several new wells
aro exported to come in every day.
There aro more people on tho ground,
however, than nt any foruior time, anil
the rush lor leases has by no means di
minished. A great deal ol talk Is mere
speculation, though ono thing is cer
tain? there is a treat oil field in this
county and it Is being worked vigor
ously, but the inside matters are
kept in strict conlldonco by the opera
tors. Tliero are a few wells that do
from 250 to 100 barrels per day and a
great many that do 100 barrels. Nome
nave.'conie In that are good gassers also,
and, unfortunate as It is, there havo
been two dry holes, Tho excitement
and competition is wonderful to think of
and the entire boundary of tho field is
alivo with men who want to bore and
who are boring. The fever hoatof the
excitement has not been reached yet,
either, and when it is it will bo a lucky
day for old Monongcrhail.
The llimvlo.l Ever Cunt,
SI. t/iuii Age o/SUcl.
In our Ihsuo of the I'Otli was an Item
regarding four large plate glass tables 20
feet in length nnd lit} feet wide and
weighing forty-eight tons oacli, which
were referred to as probably the largest
tables of the kind ever contracted for.
Messrs. A. J. Sweeney & Son, Wheeling,
\V. Ya., inform ne that they built for
tho Standard Date (llass Company, of
Ilutlcr, 1'a,, two plate glass casting tables
20 feet long and 12} feet wide. The
tables weighed each twenty-live tons,
the rolls weighed each seven tons, mak
ing a total weight for oue table complete
with roll of thirty-two tons. They nlso
built two casting tables for the Howard
l'late Glass Company, at Corhran's
Station, l'a., 21 foet lung and 12) feet
wide, These tables weighed each seven
and a half tons, the rolls each thirty und
n half tons, making a total weight for
one complete table of thirty-olgut tons.
Tho width of the table could bo ex
tended almost Indefinitely, as It 1b built
Ilalani'o Block La Tosca Parasols 20, nt
SI B0, $2 00, S2 6Q and ill 50, former
nrlce $3 00, $4 00, $5 00 nnd $7 00.
Domo to-day. Stonk A Thomas.
A 11001) UW.
Hie llllnnia Law ARitlnat Circulating Ban*
inllnnnl Wternfure to lie Knfurrrtl.
CiiicAiio, August 8.?A determined
sHort Is to be made to euforco tho law of
tho recent',Legislature against sensation
il polieo literature. Tho Ohlcago branch
if tho Western Society for the Sup
pression of Vice, through lis Secretary,
Mr. Van Arsdale, calls tho attention of
.be public to a law enacted by tho till
lols Legislature, at Its recent session, to
luppress selling, lending, giving awav,
ir snowing to any minor child any tin
ier or publication principally devoted to
llustrallng or describing criminal deeds.
Hie prohibition covers the exhibition of
Mich publications in any placo within
ho view of minor children and the em
iloylng of minors to sell such papers,
['he penalty is not tnoro tlisn $000 lino
lor more than six months in jail, or
Norrl? Wit* lloiitifril.
Ahxapous, Mii., August A tele
tram has been received by tho Secretary
>f State from Unvernor l.nwry, of Miss
sslpnl, stating that he bail revoked the
ippolnttnent of Detective Norrls. who
vas hero trying to arrest Kllraln for
Novel Uaso Uall liaiu*-Uiglit of Wuy Sail.
Personal iios?lp, elf.
Cheaper than in Wheeliug-Jullus Jacobs. ?
Miss A una Hell lk-ck Is visiting friends at
The Uughllu mill will start up lu lull next
Mr. J. T. Ilaues bought a four-ycar ohl trotter
Mr. Theodore C. Ay era, of St. Clairiville, was
Miss Maggie Maywood spout yesterday at Mt.
Pleasant with frieudi,
Mrs. A. /.ink and ?on, of titeubcnvlllo, are vis
iting friend# iu the city.
The brick work ou tde uew Opera House block
will be completed to-day.
Tcu furnaces at the -Ktna mill are ou. The
others will resume uext week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore havo returned from
an extended visit iu Alabama.
Mr. Joseph Jacobs uud family returned froui
their eastern snjouru yesterday.
Mr. Biniro, of the Una of Spero & Whitman, of
Clevelaud, was in towu yesterday.
The .Ktuavlllo club and the O'Neills, of Bridge'
port, will play au exhibition game of hall.
Yesterday J. T. ilaucs shipped a car load of
marble to Marshall couuty, W. Va., over the 11.
The Martin's Kerry club will probably play a
Sunday game wilh the Wheeling club tome time
lu the uear future.
T. A. Cavouder, Esq., of St. Louis, a Helmout
couuty mau formerly, is quartered at thu Hotel
Maywood for oue week.
Kov. A. J. Johusou aud wife leave this morn
ing for liurKcttstowu, I'a., where they will spend
about teu days wilh friends.
Dr. F. S. Morrison, of Milwaukee, is spending
a few days with hispareuts, Mr. aud Mrs. S. li,
Morrison. Ho is recovering from a severe at
tack of inflammatory rheumatism.
Thu preliminary hearing of the condemnation
suit oi the Martin's Ferry Terminal C'ouipauy vs.
Wood aud Hell for right of way took plocc tu
the Probate Court at at. Clalrsvlllo yesterday.
The jury will cxauiluu the laud ucxi Monday.
Mrs. I'alhcriuu Kelnhart, sou Mr. Albert M.
Iteiuhart uud daughter, Miss A. Heiuhart, aud
Mr. Charles Kochlcr, of Clucinnati, are the
?ucsts of Mr. aud Mrs. F. 11. Flick ou the Huights.
This is their llrst visit to Martin's t-erry and
like nearly all other strangers they were surprised
to find such a large ana prosperous towu.
The much talked of game o( base ball between
the professional aud business men was played
ou the furuacc grounds yesterday afternoon. A
large crowd witnessed the game ami the features
were tlio big score aud the I uu. Will T. Dixon's
side defeated Jacob Lot/'* by a score of Hi to 'i5,
ami all those who did not witness the game
rni??cd a rare treat, fix inning* wore played.
The battery for Dixon's club consisted of W ill
t'altell. Will Dixon, Charley Thorngato aud T,
II. Heslop, and for thu other side Joe Maywood,
Jacob I.ota aud Charles Kuckuck. The double
pointed ra/zle daz/lo slide id Chris Hell's was
funnier lhau a minstrel show, Somo ol the
players thought they could put up good ball, but
they are afraid to tackle Wheeling.
A11 Sorts ot Local Now* and (iosslp from
thu Glass City.
Miss Hose Kbcrlo leaves to-day for a visit to
Fi ud lay.
William Maddeu has gone to Anderson, Ind.,
Charles Dankwerth, Jr., U umong Wheeling
Dr. Wells' little daughter, lleleu, was better
Miss Ledra Smith is at New Lisbon, Ohio,
llert Morgan is closing out his livery stable at
private sale now.
The wiudow glass houses are reducing their
stocks here, shtppiug a good deal.
Joseph Carter tripped aud fell Into a newly
dug vault yesterday, dislocating his shoulder.
A liarucsville boy dreamed of turtles aud dived
throuKh a second story wiudow. He is no
Shatinon Archer, who was hurt by a fall many
mouths ago. Is no better, there being no per
A. Keyser's residence west of town was entered
by thieves aud somo dress goods stolen, A
tramp is suspcctcd.
Klscr Scott was kicked iu the faeo by u mule at
Itobluson's mines, receiving a very ugly gush
above the eye. He Is not dangerously hurt.
Mr. llaHctt, the man who had his limbs mash
ed at the steel works by the falling car of itcel,
will havo to lose one leg, having iiad it ampu
tated. The injured man is very low.
I). Campbell was to havo had a trial before the
Mayor yesterday morning for assault, but when
the city ofllcluls got to the lockup early their bird
had llown. The trial was postponed iudeiiuitely.
The doors were all found open.
In the combination, proportion, and pro*
parationof its ingredients, Hood's Sarsu
parilla accomplishes cures where other
preparations eutirely fail. Peculiar iu its
good name at home, which is a "tower
of strength abroad," peculiar in the phe
nomenal sales it has attained, Hood's
Sarsayarillu is the most succcsnfal med
icine for purifying the blood, giving
strength, and creating au appetite. 3
Ask for Ohio Valley Coffee.
1,000 yards of Cruzy Cloth at OJca
yard, reduced from 12jc.
Stone & Tiiomas.
M. 0. Gikh, the old com Doctor of I
Youngstown, is at the 8tam in House fori
two (lava only. Call, address or tele
phone him and have your feet skillfully
treated without pain.
Ik vou want to enjoy yourself go to
the Clgarmakors picnic on Saturday, at
Elixir or Ditto*
Is a combination of the active properties
of dates, tips anil prunes, ami other
tropical fruits. Its pleasant taste and
benellclal efl'ccta have rendered it im
mensely ]iopular. It cures habitual con
stipation, indigestion, biliousness, sick
headache, piles, etc. Sold in 50 cent
bottles by C. It. Goetao, W. W. Irwin
W. K. Williams and John Laugh lln.
Logan Drug Co. and Goodwin & Co.,
Use Ohio Valley Coffee. It's tbo best.
Wanamaksh <& liitowN's suits are un
equalled by 33 per cent in every reaped.
700 samples to select Iroin. The wonder
of the consumer Ib why it has not been
represented here before. Also Buggies
anil Carpets at coBt at J. W. Ferrel's,
2101 Main street.
Tim richest llavor, Ohio Valley Coflce.
In the United States will recommend
Jilixir of Dates if you need a gentle and
reliable laxative. If your liver is inac
tive you can't hope for good health
until you "regulate the regulator" by
taking some safe remedy. Elixir of
Dates is just what you need. Give it a
trial. Sold in 60 cent bottles by O. It.
Goetze, W. W. Irwin, John Laughlin,
Logan Drug Company and Goodwin &
Co., wholesale agents.
Youn grocer has Kleetrlc?Light Flour.
MIM.WARD-On Thursday morning, AuftiatS,
188#, at 10:80 o'clock, KHKI). not) of Jnmca
and Sarah Mlllward, used 1 year and 8
Funeral notice hereafter.
l'YLK-On Thursday evening, Annual 8,1KM>, nt
8:80 o'clock, Wii.buh \Y? Infant child ol
William and Adda 1'yle, agcdO weeks and 8
Funeral notlro horeaftor.
Thli powder over wlea. A marvel of fmrlty.
Mrcnxtli and whttlcaonioiiOMI. More ??conotnlf mI
than the ordinary kind*, and ran not tie aold In
competition with the inultltudo of low teat,
ahort weight alum or idioaphato powder*. Mil
tmly (ft mn*. HoVAI. lUXIKO I'owiiRN Co., 106
Wall atrtot, N. Y. mMMwfaw
Houso & Herrmann?Refrigerators, Etc.
We Have u Full Line ot Summer liooils, Embracing
REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES
Vapor, Gas and Oil Stoves,
Water Coolers, Matting, &c.
ALONG WITH OCR STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Housefurnishing Goods,
WHICH WE SELL EITHER FOR
CASH OR CREDIT!
$10 00 worth of goods for $1 00 cash and 50
cents per week.
$20 00 worth, $2 cash and $1 per week.
X^On larger bills you can make your own
House & Herrmann,
SALES-ROOM, 1300 Main St. V A REHOUSE, 1318 Main SI.
Agents for Leonard's Hardwood Cleanable Refrigerators.
Arbenz & Co.?Furniture, Etc.
the LARGEST STOCK
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Ever displayed in this city, and your inspection of the
same is respectfully solicited.
1115 Main St., - Wheeling, W. Va.
Uwlpriiiklnir mill Arlrrlul Kiul,aiming UIvpii Snwliil Allcnlliin.
Hamm & Co.?Furniture, &c.
HAMM & CO.,
Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths,
WINDOW SHADES, MATTRESSES, &C.,
1067 Main St., Wheeling, W. Va.
BaTSpeclal attention to Undertaking and Arterial Embalming.
Ti'U'pIkuicm'hII mtmiTPtl w> wll hour*. tnil'MMw*?
ABSOLUTELY PlIKE 11 YE.
Indorsed by Physicians? Used in HotpUaU,
Sold by Druggists and first-class
ALL IMPURITIES ELIMINATED.
The leading stimulant, and for medicinal pur
poses has no equal. Ik never sold until at lcasl
skvkn ykars oi.D nnd fully matured.
Put up neatly In cm.es containing onk pom
stan hard quarts, t>l>lp|>cd to all parts ol tin
United Suites. , 4 , ,
Write for Catalogue and Price Lint complete.
82 Federal Street,
Mention this paper. ALLEGHENY, PA.
gents wanted-the m75
HOUKI Washer affords agents profitable
business. Arguments in it* favor are numcrom
and convincing. Easily sold. Hcnt on two
weeks trial to be returned at my expense If no
satisfactory. Write for Illustrated circular and
terms. J. WORTH, M Hceknun street, N. \.
WHKKtlMO, W. VA., August 0,1SM>.
Healed proposals will he received by the Com
mittee on Fire Department for the laying of a
New Floor In the V lull ant Fngjiio House, the
Door to be htld with hanl burned Hre Jljlek and
Pitch Cement, or Asphalt Hlocka aid lnj'ort
laud Cement. The contractor to nil In with six
Inches of coarse gravel, the hand being slftod
out, aud bed the paving blocks with two Inches
of clean, sharp sand. ......
For futher Information apply to J. A. Dun*
ring. Chief Marshal, at Atlantic Engine House.
The Committee reserves tho right to reject any
or nil bids. Pro|K?sals to he In by ft o'clock p. in.,
Monday, August 12, at city Clerks ofllw.^
nu7 Clerk Fire Department.
RIDGE' NOTIOE-U. 8. ENGI
NEER'H Ofllco, LoUllVllle, Ky., August 8,
1K?D. The Hoard of Engineers constituted toi
consider the plans and location of ? proposed
bridge across the Ohio river st Wheeling, West
Virginia, will meet In public session ut tho i
McLure House, Wheeling, W, \a., at 11 a. m., |
August la. isstf. All persons Interested arc In
vited to be present to express their opinions i
concerning plan aud locution of the proponed
bridge. A MOM 8TICKNEY, Major of Engineers,
President of the Hoard. anfi
Notice li hereoy given thst tho partnership
existing between Andrew M. Hono and Freder
ick Hye, under the firm tiauie of Ilouo A Hyo,
was on the Ath day of August, 1HM?, dissolved by
mutual consent, All debts owing to the said
partnership aro to ho received by tho said
Andrew M. Done, who alone Is authorised to
collect than: and all demand* on the said part
uurihlp are to tio ptcwtilRl In Mm lor
August 6, iw?.
The underalvnrd will continue tho Plumbing
Huslnrssat No.OTW Jacob street, and respect*
fully aollclta a contlnuanco of tho patronage
unfl ANDREW M. HONE^
Tho Improved "(Jrwnl luiilrt.," Ilin l.'tr*
[k-i HwM'inr on llio nmrkoi in-tlny. <-?!! .ml???
*' NKxniTT A IIIIO.'?,
?uj Mutttit Htr.fl
On First Mortgage on Ohio Heal Ksute,
It. T. HOWELL
Insurance and Heal Estate Agent,
I1.IM) I'KIt VKA It.
The Orenteit Family Nawapapar
if Wait Virginia.
FOll 1(15NT?AT 1122 MARKET
titreot, two Frout Rootne on ground floor,
MiltAblu for Lodging or Ollicea, Jin|Ulru at UM
Water atrcet. mil
Front Room, third lloor, No. 13C0 Market 8t.
IUilhllug No. 1IIJ Chapllno street; MilUblc
for Ofllcci, Light lloiifukccplnff or Lodglag
Room*. Kimulre of
J)"-! I II. FOUHKH.
Tho Room on tho northwcU corncr of Main
md Twcllth utrveU, now oceuplcd by tho Weat*
eru Union Telegraph Comiany. l'oucnlon
April 1, IWfl. Apply Ht PEOPLE'S HANK, or to
1*24 Til OR. O'HtllKN.
X?OR SA LE?1,000 PERCH of BUILD
L I NO Utono for wilo ehcan at Weatwood'll
Uriel: Yardw, cant of LiiRcile Mill. wnr?
T7<OK SALIC?A HAMHLETONIAN
Jj More ncveii yearn old: work nny place.
Apply to 1IF.NKY HIKJIIKS, corner Fourteenth
and McColloeh MtreetK. Jyly;"
| gTOCKS FOli SALIC.
10 Share* Exchange Hank.
10 Hharcu Ohio Valley Hank.
21 HhareN KlvurMdu Iron Work*.
1ft Hhare* Warwick China Company*
'JO HharcH I'eahody 1 mm ranee Com piny,
ft Mharca Fire and Marino Insurance Co.
20 Sharea .Etna Iron and Rteel Company.
H. H. IRWIN, firoker,
au8 No. if! Twelfth .Httee*.
Hotel with stork koom fob
HALE Oil KKKT.
A nnlcndld opening for a man Martlng in hue!*
hum In a thrlviiiK country vlllngc. Tho present
| owner, after a MieccMfnl buoiiicM for twenty
yeani, In obliged to retire on aeconut of age and
For further particulars and terinH audrcifl,
1. (1. LAKZELL. Iteal EMate Airent,
IHIH MOHOANTQWN, W. VA.
Heal KaUto tlmt will pay from 12 to 1ft per cent,
coualNtlug of a Now Double llrlek Iloimu con
tnlnliig five room* In each ildu; natural andar
tllleial gaa throughout, at No. 07 and W North
Huron atrcct. o. o.HMITII.
aufl l/JO Main Htreot.
ITY PROPERTY FOB SALE.
Dwelling IIouro No. M Twelfth htreot?largo
llouooand I.ot near Fourth Htreot on Coal HI.
llrlek and Frame RulMing-full lot-M by )W
feet, wintbtBHtcorner MarkctaudTwcuty-lourth
W. V. HOOK A BKO.,
)y2ft l.'KK) Market Htreet.
gTOCK FOB BALK.
I offer for mIo from 112,000 to flfl.fXX) worth of
Rtock In a long oatabllahcd Iaoor|K)ratod manu
facturing bualncha near thin city. 1'uye easily 12
JAM KM L. 1IAWLKY,
epflO MW Main Htreet.
FARM FOR SALE.
1 hnve a nice Farm i?l 110 acre*, lying along tho
lino between Tyler and WeUel conn tie* (|>artly
In each) fonr mllea from New Mnrtlhavlllo;
uearly all down In prima, well watered, fttiMUn*
tint improvement*, and in a pood neighborhood,
wlilch 1 wlah to M'li. The title in perfect, ami
will be w?ld at a bargain and on ruuomibletcrmN
e to tiayinenUi.
Calf on or addrem mo at Now Martiuevllla,
Wotiel county, W. Va.
FHF.l). II. IIOWKM, Treat?.
lltilldlng Lot*. Old Fair Ground*, Zane'a
Orchard, South I'enn, North Front, North Hu
ron, couth Huron. Mouth Front, Fourteenth,
Fifteenth, Wood, Wllaoti, Hoyiton, Twenty*
eighth. Twenty-ninth and McColloch atreet*,
Iroin 1100 up.
llrlek llouao, three rooma, pantry and cellar,
all In good retmlr, for fl,(i.VJ < adi.
Frame llouao, containing 7 rooma, at lH7Hotith
|troa<iway; lot 10x120; In drat-claM condition,
A good h roomed hottae, In very dcalrahlo loca*
tlon, on North front atrcet, for ffl.imo.
Haven Roomed llrlek llouie, corner Thirty*
Eighth and Wood atroela, rente (or |2in t*r year,
Klght (loomed Friunu Houmoii leanctl grotitnl
Dwelling Houm.ii and Hlore-rooroN for rent.
O. o, MM I III,
ayl7 1/in Mwln Htwl.
(34) Twenty-four Lots In Caldwell'*
Addition to th? City of Whaollnn.
Aid l^itu are l?oundod on tho north by Twen
tv-nlnlh ilrwt.oti the cant bv Fillmore Htreet, on
thcBouthhy the Handled IfomenUad, and on
tho went by the II. \ O. Railroad.
Their proximity to the above named railroad
rendf r* them excellent ?ltc? lor mNtiufaeturlng
If uotMddln thirty dnye will honoldat pub
For terme and further information ejiply to
w. v. hook ft nrto,,
IWW Merket Htrwt,
Or WM.LIAM M llAHhl.AM,
aulft ti. W, Cor. chapllno A Hlxtcenth Hla.