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_ WHEFLISG, JANUARY 5, 1891. _
Con Glints could hardly have done
much liB? if it had taken a holiday.
Pbophit Hicks will have to stock op
with some more and better material. I
The weather has been goiog against
him.
It is a peculiar pleasure to watch the
beautiful Ohio as it falls. It was within
a few feet of being too much of a good
thing.
-1* tvaa
'IBB Jiepuoucau ui/ wu?wm?? ?
composed of good material and did
good work. No Republican need be
ashamed to support that ticket.
If the Regulars are not numerous
enough to quiet the Indians, turn the
Volunteers loose and have done with it.
Sooner or later it will cost about so much
to bring about peace, aud the sooner the
end comes the better.
Thc Coroner's jury Unas the death of
young Lewis due to the negligence of
the railroad company. The verdict is in
harmony with the facts of the case. The
railing since put up will prevent any
similar casualty. It would have been
an easy thing to erect the railing before
two lives were lost.
A Pre it > (iutxl K?glou to Live In.
If tbero are flood scores in the Ohio
valloy there are some compensations.
There are more scares thnn floods. Here
are as many temporal blessings to the
square inch as can be found in any equal
area, and thc d< trco of prosperity and
health is mucl: above the overage. In
spite of the high water tbat threatens
and sometimes comes, the Ohio valley is
a pretty good region to line in and many
there bo who would lilce to exchange
places with the inhabitants thereof.
llxcy've Got U?.
Republicans of the first Senatorial
District wero largely at home on Saturday.
At all events they did not get to
the polls to try to elect one of their own
party to tho State Senate. Tho explanation
of their apathy is to be found in the
large Democratic majority at Charleston.
Bepublicans thought that one more or
less would make no difference, and they
did not bother themselves about the
election. This was not fair to their now-,
inee or to their party, but tbis is the |
way it was.
Cooil for the Governor.
Governor F leminfc'e letter to the Manufacturer'*
llecortl, reprinted in to-day's
Ixtsluosacek, is mi admirable setting
forth, in comparatively short compass,
ot the resources of the State. This is
another reminder that in such a State as
West Virginia there is something more
for a live Executive to do than to write
an occasional message and to sign or
veto bills.
Fortunately for West Virginia Governor
Fleming understands her resources
and is jealous in tbe i;ood work of exploiting
them. His Conservative letter
will carry weight and deserves to be
widely circulated.
Mr. Dunning for Major.
The Republicans of Wheeling present
for Mayor a man whose standing in the
community is equal to that of the best.
Mr. Dunning is a tried and proved public
servant.!
As Chief of the Fire Department he
discharged his duty faithfully and effectively,
That important branch of the
municipal service was never in better
condition than when he wbb in charge
of it. Indeed it has been said by men
politically opposed to Mr. Dunning that
he was the best Ubiof the Fire Department
ever had.
Mr. Dunning is so well known that it
is unnecessary to make pledges for him.
His character is an ample pledge of an
honest and fearless discharge of duty.
Opposing Senator Cameron.
The Philadelphia Prat continues its
campaign against the re election of Senator
Cameron. Its columns run over .
with communications from sympathetic j
Republicans who, however, for the most ,
part lack the nerve to sigu their names
ior publicition. There is a hearty response
(roui the Republican State preea. 1
The burden of the complaint ia that
Senator Cameron does nothing and dota i
not represent the State; that he has had '
a long trial and been found wanting;
that Pennsylvania can find a worth}' ,
man to take his place and the Legislature i
ought to select such a man. 1
All this is true enotigb, but the cam- j
paign begins lale. The indications are {
that Mr. Cameron hastho Legislature I
and will be re-elected, no matter how 1
load or strong the protest. I
How UUmarek Fell.
The London Timet prints a lengthy ,
article in which it professes to giro the t
inside of Bismarck'a retirement from J
office and power to private life and com- ;
plete loss of influence. Dismarckhad j
grown so haughty that he would tolerate f
no official associates; ho must be master 1
or nothing.
When the young Emperor camo to the ,
throne the old Chancellor expected to t
dominate him. The illusion was quick- j
ly dispelled. On Bismarck's suggestion
that he wauld resign, the Emperor sent
an aide to bring tho resignation, and the
aide had to go four times before tho res- '
ignation was forthcoming. Meanwhile |j
Bismarck appealed to Empress Fredcr- j
ick, mother of the yonng Euiperor. The t
mother repled that as Bismarck had f
alienated the son from his father and '
mother, she was powerless to help him. I
This is adecidedly interesting recital. V
It co mca under the head of "Important j!
if true." The probability la against its r'
truth. Bismarck understands human ?
jsature too well to suppose that a woman rl
C"
ipon whom he had p^t M many
lilies could be induced intercede for v
lim, *nd he particular!." understands
he human nature ol that high-strung
rowan. He ?u aiao well a.vare ^
he mother U?J no influence oi%t' tu? _
jfonog Emperor. L
Finally, no atory that represent! 3ia- ''
marck as Pegging to be retained in his e
place can be believed without strong *
corroborating testimony. This the pres- L
ent recital lacks. t
Mr. Clurte?on ou the Election Bill. ^
Mr. J. 8. Olarkson bt lievee the Federal
election lav will pass because it is right t
sod because the Republican party can
not afford to defeat it. Mr. Clarkson has j
more than ordinary opportunities to ,
know what is going on at Waahington, I
and he may be right. Judging by all 1
the lights we have, the I.VTXfcuanHcia J
thinks Mr. Clarkson is wrong. ,
The bill should pais, (or it is a righte- !
ous measure. It contemplates no wrong '
to anybody. Its aim ia to give to every j
voter at a national election the national j
I guarantee of a free ballot and a fair <
count. It seeks to protect the boneat I
yoter in West Virginia against dishonest j
election practices everywhere. It aims |
to make real that which baa been a sbam. i
These reasons should be sufficient to se- '
cure the pmago of the bill.
The Republican Senators who have
taken position against mo measure understood
the arguments in its favor.
They bad other reasons lor going the
Other way, sod they went Nor have
they bsen impressed by the argument
that the Republican part} ouwot aflord
the defeat of the bill.
Those who are in opposition seem entirely
willing that the Republican party
shall try to get along in the face of a
broken promiae to secure a fair ballot at
national elections. Perhaps ifr. Clarkson
intends his words for exhortation
rather than for prophecy.
Tli# Moral Teudeno of Female Teachers.
2b the Editor ol the Intel'fencer.
Sib:?I do not desire to elicit a controversy
with that class who monopolize
pretty much all the intelligence and
learning of the current age (I refer to
tbe school teachers), but I do wish to
express my conviction that the tendency
of our present social system is to
emasculate the present rising generation.
Woman is woman, and she imparts
nothing if she does not impart feminine
instincts. She is the teacher of to-dav's
youth, and the impress of her feminine
characteristics will be^ fixed upon the
next generation {?). Sot exactly. Her 1
impress is not a positive one, and cannot
be attested by a tangible mark. The age 1
of youth requires the exercise of a con- (
straining power which at once shall de- '
termine what shall and what shall not }
be stamped upon the mind and charac- .
ter. Woman's sphere of action is 1
opened at a later date, when the proof '
of ncgloct or failure of the positive ele- 1
ment is manifested, and her ro- 1
strainiotr influence is called in ^
requisition. As a teacher she
neither enforces discipline nor {
restrains natural impulses, that is with 1
rigor which will insure positive results. 1
With her moral suasion is the rod of J
correction in which reliance is placed >
when she deems the application of a (
brake required to impede the activity oi 1
a wild and rude nature. Her weakueas 1
consists in accepting the cbiJd as her 1
equal?or putting herself down on a
level with the child, which you please? '
nud then yielding her individuality to i
its whims and conceits. In this passive ?
capacity she follows her charge and em- 1
braces opportunities to administer such J
bits of instruction as their transient ac- f
cidental environments prepare them to 1
accept. Constraint in the favor of fixed J
I discipline iB almost out of the question, <
while the childish nature is encouraged b
by feeding its vanity on her interest in
its pertness. c
The result: of all this is to impart and J
establish a superticial gloss which the "
same false system makes it a misde- \
meaner to question as a thorough and *
radical training, according natural and E
economic laws. Superficial in training t
their students are liable to be superticial t
in character, and the prediction is ven- .
lured that the prison statistics of the c
future will justify it c. w. s.
The Iload Question. ii
To the Editor of the InteUiacncer. C
Sir:?We are aware that public indif- C
ference is astubborn beast to domesticate, 6
aud that the work of tho public e.lucator 0
is of slow growth. While wo know that 6
tho public highways of the future will J
be permanent structures, we are not C
oblivious to tho fact that it wili require .
patience, effort and time to secure them. 11
I would not encourage hasty action, but b
would adopt a course which would aim ,
to make a sure and steady advance to \
the desired end. Under the present
mismanagement there is a waste BUfficient,
under a wise system of economy, ?
to carry forward a permanent work on u
one main road with a rate of speed that t*
would satisfy the public that a solution
of the problem of good roads is only a ?
matter of common business sense and
time.
But while the major effort should be
directed,to this permanent work, a minor li
effort must be addressed to the old time n
aud present patchwork. There are P
many urong ways to do most kinds of &
work, but there in but nno hnt wav. ei
This best way should embrace all the S
Iictors available under the circumstances c<
to secure the best results, as the material
and its condition, the time and manner
of using it, etc. Tho average con- A
tractor under the preseut system will ai
jeer at this, and tell you hia business be- P
Kins and ends with piling up dirt aud o!
opening ditches, and the surveyor, who
often knows even lets ol the principles,
rudiments and details of the work, sc- _
quinces because he cannot correct the a
statement. The intelligent farmer knows a.
that cultivating his crops in the mud is 81
ruinous to his soil, but fails to see the w
application ol tMa-fict aud the principle ,DI
npon which it rests when he quits the
Held to satisfy his contract on the road, ?
To come to the point, the proper time 1/1
lo put up a mud road is earl; in the 01
ipring while the earth Is very soft and
travel is encouraged by the prevalence [J1
Df thirsty winds. A road put in in this ?'
condition and well packed down before
it becomes dried will bo more servicable ?'
:han one of like material put up under !L
iny other conditions. **
The width of tho road-bed should not
te less than fourteen feet, and drainage
ihonld be secured by raising it ten or y.
welve inches in the center, and deep
litches, resulting from the action of accumulated
water on ateep grounds,
ihould be carefully guarded against. m
Cliia end is best secured by turning the c\
rater off at short intervale and provld- N
ng it a broad bottom to pass over, as gj
ihallow water has but little force. The hi
it-cumulations of silt resulting from un- gi
ivoidable washing should be utilised in m
naking fills in the low grounds on re
vhich they settle. Surface soil is worth 0f
louble for roail building, and where ao
>racticable should be reserved for a tar- hi
jico covering. Coxtkactok. k
J'artmburg, J(tu 3,1891, gt
?:? . of
Ladies erjoy tbe piceeaul effect* ol U
'Ouvs Blossom." It enrea when til
!so fails. There is no reason why yoa
bonld suffer from tbe many weakness?*
lecnliar to your aex when you can ob- Hi
ain a sample containing ten days' treat- at{
lent free, and one month's treatment Fc
jr$l.
"Olive Blossom" is sold by Logan
Iran Co., 0. R. Goetie, W. W. Irwin, PE
Y. E. Williams, C. SchncpJ, C. M<nkeleller,
W. C. Armbright, W. H. Wilama
and M. W. Heinrlci; J. W. Dar- Tu
)b, Kolgton & Co., Martin's Ferry;
lowio <S Co., Bridgeport; 0. M. Wy[ckBellaire;
8t. Clair Bros., Benwood.
m
i. a k i??
WOMBS UP WEST VIRGINIA.
That are Th?j Going to I>o At the World'*
Fait??A LctUr^rom Mm. Llucb, On? of
Oar Ladj CommlMlouoro.
Mrs. W. Newton Lincb, one of tho
VTeat Virginia members of tho lady
of Managers ol tbe World's Fair,
i woriunJf 10 8ecare * creditable
xhibltlon by ;>f "omen of this State
t Chicago in 1?M, I" **islsoMm Lily
ackson, of Parkeisburg, u."
er. Mis. Lincb writes the fomT""1*'.0
he Iktklligkscrb, which is commuuu'
<1 to the ladies of West Virginia as
rorthy of theii consideration.
' I have just returned from Washingon,
where I found every one willing
nd anzioas to help us. We had cause
s believe there woald be a resolution
ntroduced in Oongrees to reduce or, as
ie?ras possible, abolish the 'Board of
>dy Managers,' bnt even if such a moion
were made I now feel confident it
vould be strongly opposed, and with
nan's natural aversion to being culled to
in account for his actions by a woman,
I hardly think there is a membor of tbe
Souse ;rho would havo tha nioral courigo
to vote to ran amendment to a tiilihe
iad helped to pass, thereby confessing
le had uiado an error of which a woman
?uld tsko advantage. Our West Vir{inia
members are especially eagur to do
lil they can for ns; they also recognize
[hst this is the proudest opportunity our
little mountain state will ever have of
showing to tbe world her many resource e
ind natural wesitb. From everywhere
throughout tbe State we hear of the
great boom, and even our little town ol
Martinsbarj; is going crszy on tho subject,
while only a fow days since your
paper was fall of accounts of the grandeur
and progress ol West Virginia.
?m_ I lHttonifrnm a ffrcat
II D umv > W? -.,.r.r n
many ladies throughout tho Htate, and I
hope any one desiring information on
an/ and all subjects pertaining to the
World's Fair' will eitLer communicate
to Dg by letter or through the medium
of the papers gny ouestions reiatiug to
matters not under tuo supervision of the
lady managers, will be cheerfully relied
to by either of our Commissioner*, Col.
J. W. St. Oiair. FayettevilJe, W. Va, or
Hon. James D. Butt, harper's Ferry,
W. Va.
"A lady in writing to uasays: 'Our
Btatesmen are gifted, our moneyed men
are known to the world, our genius is
coming to the front, our State is full of
minerals and grandeur, which attracts
the country to us. Now, Jet ub show
what our women are and what they can
do. There is not city the Biz* of
Wheeling where such art is shown us as
is displayed in the decorative art rooms
this winter. Where do we find more
beautiful china painting? .And are
these ladies who do all this beautiful
work not soing to come forward and
help to make the West Virginia art exbibit
one of tho features of the World's
Fair? Is the world to know nothing of
our magnificent glees works, potteriea
and iron mills? Our china is fast taking
:he lead throughout the country, mucti
)f the work being done by women, and
ffouid be entered as 'in part, woman's
fork.'
"A great many are still under thefslso
mprossion that the World's Fair is to
3e held in '02. The buildings, by the
ict of Congress, are to be dedicated in
?a<> on.l th? Fair ia to onen in
sTay.' isra. "' ""
"We are requested by our President
10 make an appeal to our coming Leg.satDre
for an appropriation lor Slate
rork, since the Congreoaional appropriation,
if ono be voted, will be unavailable
or 8Late use, and we sincerely hope
ivery one will be sufficiently Interested
D West Virginia's display at Chicago to
ud us a? far as possible in obtaining this
ippropriation from the Legislature.
".Some think there is plenty cf time.
>Bt such is not the case. We must know
that we are going to do, what wu can
iflord to do, in order to obtain a choice
n location upon the ground. Hiss Lily
rene Jackson, of Paikersburg, who le,
lerself, quite an artist, will take great
nterest in working up the art ilepittnent
throughout the State, and would
ie glad to hear from the ladies on that
object.
"it has been suggested that we hold
tur Woman's convention in Charleston
luring the session of the. Legislature.
That, however, will be determined in
ho near future. In the meantime, 1
lope the ladies of the State will become
gore interested and when the convenlon
is called, all who can possibly atend
will do so.1'
Itate Of Omo, City op Toledo, 1
Lccas County, / beFrank
J. Cheney makes oath that he
s the aenior partner of the firm of 1'. J.
'hener & Co., doing business in the
Jity of Toledo, County and State aforeaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum ;
f One Honored Dollars for each and
very case of Catarrh that cannot be
urcd by the use of Ball's Catarrh
'pre. FbBSK J, CltENLV. I
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
n m nreaence. this 8th day of Decern
?r, A. b., 1880. I
, A. W. Glzxsou,
seal \ Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally
Dd acts directly upon the blood and
lucons surfaces of the system. Send for (
jstimonials, free.
F. j. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
aTSold by Druggists, .75 cents, daw i
aille ?' Nerve aud Liver Pills.
Act on a Dew principle regulating the J
ver, stomach and bowels through the
ervefl. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Ills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste,
>rpid liver, piles, constipation. Unsullied
for men, women, children. I
malleet, mildest, surest I 50 doses, 25
into. Samples free, at Logan Drug Co. Countess
Von Waldersee, formerly an 1
merican lady well known in this city
id New York, presented Minister
helps recently with a colored crayon
I Gen. Von Moltke.
A Wonder Worker,
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
urlington, 0, states that he had keen
oder the care of two prominent phycans,
and used their treatment until he
as not able to get around. They proDanced
his case to be Consumption and
icnrable. He was persuaded to try Dr.
ing's New Discovery for Consumption,
oughe and Colds, and at that time was
3t able to walk across the street withit
resting. He found before he had used
Uf of a dollar bottle, that be was much
itter; be continued to use it and is toly
enjoying good health. If you have
ly Tbroati Lung or Chest Trouble try
Wo guarantoo satisfaction. Trial
>ttle free at Logan Drug Co.'s drug
ore. 6
Van Hobtek's Cocoa?"Best aiid Goes
irthest." _________ "waf-3
TUn Old aiwle Young.
Dr. Brown Sequard's elixir of youth
ay be an important discovery, bat
eryone knowa that Dr. Franklin Mills
aw Heart Cure certainly is. It has
Ten thousands afflicted with serious
art diaeaae a new lease of life. Drugnts
who can observe its effects on
any customers everywhere apeak
iry highly of it. Mr. John Weaver, _
Knightatnwn, Ind.. says: "I have
Id much of Dr. Miles' New Cure and
ivs received many good reports. I
Id some to one of the leading Masonic
ate officers and it did him a great deal
good." Sold and guaranteed bv The
>gan Drug Co. itwMW-fl
Sick UeMdmcho.
Loose's Bed Clover Pills core Sick _
Badsche, Pyspepsis, Indigestion, Conpttion.
'J&c per box, 6 boxes for$t.
ir side by Logan Drag Company, mt I
OIKI).
CKSTKIN-Oq eunday. January 4. 1491, at 6
o'clock p. in.. William ()., nu of Andrew .
and Kate Poeksteln, ajed 22 years, 6 mouliu n.
and 24 days. .M
norml from the residence of hia parents, No. w
100 Sixteenth street, Tuesday afternoon at 2 P1
o'clock. Frlenda of the family invited. In* ^
torment atMt Calvary Cemetery. Gi
MEDICAL.
9% >Jr. BULL'S facilitate* Teethingord
KIOV OVDIID reetiUtestboDowels.Afc
JJfllJl OinUr nlliiruggltl".I*ricf?Scl?. k
Dill I 'C turts Coughs, Colds, ,
DULL 0 Hoarseness, Asthma, J
bronchitis, pftllftlj Croup,Incipient
Con-liUUuriEumP,ion' J
and relieves Consump- C VQ!ID v
rive Persons. 25 cents. J | RUl ?
?../ii/fi'W5 cusce'aointiTis t" Co- ,
SMOKE tank. Price 10 Cts. At ull druoat&U.
^onie
, Children
wMwiuI (*rowlnO
V&sWlj&BB* Tnn Vnstt.
teaPESs; + I
become listless, fretful, without ener- '
gy, thin and weak. But you can fortify
them and build them up, |>y the 1
ute of
scorn
EMULSION
OF PURE COD L?VER OIL AND
HYPGPUQSPHITES
Of Liuio und Modii.
Thoy will take it readily, for ft fs almost
as palatable as milk. And it
should bo remombared that as a pre.
yestit* on cube of c orciw ob colds,
;n both the old ahd youhb, IT iS
(INEQOAIUD. A t0,$ ?Mtfittlotu offered.
wr"
POND'S
EXTRACT
for Muscular!
Rheumatism
WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS: i
A PROMINENT NEW YORK PHY. 1
SICIAN GIVES THIS ADVICE FOR THE !
CURE OF MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM:
" Bo regular in your habits, eat and j
drink only what you need. If the intestinal
action 1} sluggish take a course of cathartics.
Havo the painful muscles rubbed
thoroughly, frequently and fervently, using <
some soothing lotion. I like POND'S EXTRACT
for such conditions, and it will
promptly take out tiro soreness." ?
WHAT THE PATIENT SAYS: '
" My wifo has boon afflicted with tho rheum*- I
tlsm for the put five weeks, end, after using
every known liniment, your POND'S EXTRACT
came, and wo rejoice to say it Is helping her very
much."?.R. 0. FISHER, Indianapolis, Ind. '
Bo sure you get POND'S
EXTRACT, not some i
worthless substitute. All
Druggists. r
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
76 Fifth Ave., New York.
RADAM'S
Microbe:
KILLER. \
rtie Greatest Discovery of Ibe Age.
3LD IN THEORY, BUT THE REMEDY ?
RECENTLY DISCOVERED. '
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
1ATARRH, CONSUMPTION,JASTHMAj HAT ]
ffcVi'.R, bKONCHlTlM. KHCUMATlaa, I
DYSPEPSIA, CANCER. 8CR0FTLA,
DIABETES. 1
J RIGHT'S DIS'A K. MALARIAL FEVER,
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In short, all forms o! Organic and Functional K,
IUcmcs. The Cares effected by this Medicine K
jo In mauy ccses
MIRACLES1
Bold only in Jugs containing One Gallon.
3rlce Three Dollars-t tmaii invertmeat
when Health and Life can be obtained.
-"Hxstoht of thk MicaoBi Killkb Fre*."? W
For ?ale by all Retail Druggists. Trade supilied
br
LOGAN DBUQ CO.. Bole Agents.
PCS-daw
^ fa
-mtv v mm !"
i
art the latest, snreit and speediest vegetable rem- .
edy in the world (or all diseases of Ute Stomach ij
and Liver. B
They clean the lining* of Stomach and Bowels. Q
Reduce congestion In all the organs, r
Heal irritated and excited parts.
Promote healthy action and sweet secretion*. C<
Correct the bile and cure biliousness. '
Make pure Wood and gfre it free flow. 6f
Thus send nutriment to eveiy part.
For Sale by a!l Druggist*. Trice, a jets, per box; W
3 boxes for 65 ct?.; or sent by mail .postage free, on ?v
receipt of price. l)r. J. H. Schenck & Son, I'hila'd.
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*3H EM MISJ
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Cures Permanently rx
11 dtneMft of the Nerrotu 8r*tetn,either Acut* J
( hronic la either mx. It Restore* lmilredor
l ost Power. Checks ail ? orma of
aateor Or?ln; Make* PtroDir the NVeak. Full
tcknte. II; *tx for 16. Trial park*** Me (?lth '
Mk), sent terurnly ff?le<1 on nccn t of price. ?2
iMresa, DR. O. F. A I)DAM, No, ?Wl CotU*e Th
rove Are., Chicago, 11L now n
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CMR8T-CLA88FURNISHED BOOMS,
I with prlvilcgo of bath. Apply at 1MB M*rct
atreet. ja^u
WANTED-A GOOD SECONDband
office deik. Address' V.," cam InBlHteocer
offhf. jaft
If OK SALE?A HOUSE WITH FIVE
L rourn*, iul iixTO feci, crntr twelfth aad
Il'Mbetb meet*. It'gulrcof K. YAHBLISG. ja5
ii^anted-position by a comT
T PETKNT bookkeeper In wholesale home
r manu(?c;urinK i-*tabllsbment. Bo*t of re.'ernee*.
Adi?ci"B."ctn) Intelligencer. jsi
^TOUKHOLDERb' MEETING.
The anneal meeting of the stockholders of
be Fort Henry Clab will be held at the club
ouse on Monday, Jannar/'lft. at 7:30 p. m. Ia5 M
[TOR CITY SERGEANT,
Ilnfiotwee myself as an independent candiate
for the ofllco of Sergeant of the city of
Wheeling. The suffrage of voters, irrespective
I party Is ropcctfully solicited.
FEAKClfl K. BRAN LEY.
^TOOKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The annua! meeting of the stockholders of the
l*nk ol Wheeling for the election ui Directors
o ?crve for the emu lug year, sad for the transition
of an j other busiueiu that mar be brought
efore it, will be hel l at tbu banking houte.
ja Main street, on Thursday, Januaiy $, ttftl,
>ctwecn the hcur- of 1 and3 o eloca p. m.
JaS-rh. Q. UMB, flashier.
HOGE & BRO.,
Dtkiua IM
Hardwire, Cul'ery. Wagoua, Road Cart*, Fang
"u' U
Afcnia fyr B?^r Grain Drtlli, Oliver'chilled
. .w'wa, oteel Kin g Harrows, Ide*l Heed Mil la
fcc. Call ami ate ua or write /or prices.
au2T>-Mwuw
Dramatic recital,
CONCERT AND TABLEAUX.
MW3 IDA K. U1SD3, a>*i?tc<l by looal talent,
it f.vjticrchor Hall. Thursday evening, Jaaiwy
b, 1691, under the ausplcea of the chancel
3bat-t?r ol 8U Luke's Protcatant EpUcooal
Church, laland. Admlu'.on, M ccuta. Ticket*
in anient Baumer'a innate atom. Ja3
oECORaTED dinner ware.
Market euw.
GRAND O. C. GENTUEU,
3PERA HOUSE. tuvagn.
IDSTOXE NIOUT-THOESDiV. JASDARV 8.
The Sparkling Comedy Success.
A SOCIAL SESSION !
Under the management ol D J. Sprague. The
luunlest play ever written, licpleie with slngiug.
Unclng and apcciaUl^a. "Wrlttea (or laughing
jarpoKK only. Accompanied by the /amou*
Black Hussar Baud, magnificently uniformed
tnd elegantly equipped, rendering In an exjuitlto
manner a class of mu?ic never before attempted
by auy like organization.. Th? representative
traveling baud ol America, under the
eadenhfp of Edward K. Nfckerson. Our Star
Jrchmra. * very member a soloist. Our grand
tund parade takea plaw from tho Eehler Hotel
it 12 o'clock sharp. Pmcta?Orchoatra Chalra. 60
?nta; Dress Circle. 25 ointa; Gallery, 25 eenta,
Shildien, 15 r^nt>. tsamon sale at Welt'a. Ja5
B-? /-?>? "H#asr?+.
POSSESSION AT ONCE.
i*?B MONTH.
?o.sr4Eo<raL, storeroom ?nd dweliing.440 00
s*o. 2*K KoiT street, C rooms .. 20 00
S'o Koff street, 6 roojis..20 00
S'o. ?l obio street, Islaud, & rooms . .......... 12 00
to H7 Ohio street, Island, 6 rooms ....... IS 00
S'o. 2117 Main street, store room .. 15 00
S'o. 2446 Main street, 4 rooms. 14 00
POSSESSION APRIL 1.
S'o 1(61 Main street, storeroom ? $20 CO
s'o. v4u) Mala sum, 12rooms &o 03
s'o. 2129 ualu st., storeroom ami 5 rooms... HI 00
s'o 2>41 Main storeroom and 5 room*... 16 oo
<0. 2417 CQapiluc street, ft r.>oms......... in oo
<o. 24t.hapliue street, 6 rooms IS CO
s'o. 2i03 Main sreet, 3 rooms CO
s'o. 2li-3 Main street, 3 rooms, 3d lloor 9 CO
>0. lu/J Loir strtu 12 0O
s'o 110> McColloch street, 3 rooms. y CO
tore roomou Twenty flr>t st near Malu?. 10 ou
itable, rear of 4S fifteenth street ... 5 CO
s'o. 1314 Market street, ottlce rooms.
RINEHART&TATUM,
BEAL ESTATE AUENT8,
1*5 1314 Market street.
'or Cincinnati* Louisville. Memphis,
St Louis, New Orleans,
and intermediate Points,
VIII leave Whvfboat, foot of Eleventh street,
dally, Monday and Friday excepted,
as follows:
(ml . Steamer " KEYSTONE STATE,"
9. t'alhoqn. Master: Chas. Knox,
HMofc Clerk, every tt>due?day at 8 a. m.
***, _ Steamer "HUDSON," J. F.Ellison,
Master: Dan Ucey, Clerk; every
Mraua Tliursdnyat 8 a m.
m*. ^ Steamer "HA I'CHELOB," Geo. E.
IgWSrjJ O'Neal. Master; Ira rf, Huntington,
BSfcafiyfia clerk: every xucsday at 8 a. m.
trvry - Steamer "SCOTIA," John M.
jftSfcr*? Phlllirs, Master; R. U. Kerr, Clerk;
mtmmm every Saturday at 8 a. m.
Pint-class fare, Wheeling to Cincinnati, SO.
:ound trip, *10 Meals and state-room inluded.
'lickets transferable and good until
sed For freight or paaeage apply ou board, or
elephone No. 349.
Jo5 CltOCKAUl) & HQOTII, Agents.
OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
R1DAY and SATURDAY, JAN. 9 and 10.
THE GREAT AND ONLY
Prof, Anderson,
Tba Wfza'd of the North, in his elaborate and
-and entertainments, assisted by California's
ocen of Mystery.
MSB ANDERSON!
IK A MANALOGUE OF
r? n u. jf j if' ^ 1
lino,Eagles waning,,
Admission. 2', and f?0 cents. No extra charge
r reserved teat* Bala ol teat* commences
lundny, January 8, at C. A. House's mu.lc .
are. Ja5 To
Let.
Storeroom 1C54 Market street.
Bvoreroom 11W Market street.
Storeroom 1*23 Main street.
Eight rjomcd brick house, 36 Thirteenth st.
rcven roomed brick bouse, 51 South York st.
Six roomed house, 4tf Nojth York street.
Five room?d brick, flrstclasb property, 99 i
jrth IIuroa street. 1
] hu e roomed house at IOC Virginia street.
Five roomed house, 97 North Huron street,
ith gises.
Four roomed brick, 3630 Market street.
Five roomed house inoff empty) 177 Twenty*
nth street.
Four roomM house, 1414 Wood street, pos*
islon any time. /
FOKhALE. "
Modern seres-roomed houaa, with hall*, panjr.
bath room, attic. large cellar, hot and cold
iter, natural ana city gas. >ull lot. 60 feet
>nt, on fiouth 1'enu stmt A very desirable
atlnn. Prooert* In line condli'nn.
Double brick-will pay as at Investment or
iko a pleasant home. Five rooms in each
le. with botn gam* and water. Very cheap,
ilxroomed house, with ha.l. pantry, Ac., all
flrti-clshs order, ueod location. 40 South
oadway.
ilx roomed hoase at 2SZ*ne street lot 12,250.
iod house.
Five-roomed house at 122 Zanc street.
Four roomed house, ,1819 Wood street, good
nditlon, II S00 cash.
rhree roomed house with small store room,
rfeuth Broadway, good location. 11.000.
four last chance to buy a desirable lot on
Kiooi ouuta rcuu mock, k
iuitdiuK lots ui all paru of the city. Bomo Z
fct will pay a? ao Inventmcut.
[ htve Kbvcral good farina near Wheeling (or
e at Tory low figure*. Kat'ifactory rauon*
ren by owners for selling. Soluble for regu
faming, itock farm .vegetable farm Mid fruit
m. JPrieci from 91.150 up. T
Q. O. RMITH.
u5 Real fotate Agent. 1223 Market At.
Baking Powder
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
"twimnn m htmhpt in an nn. 2
1HOSE DESIRING TO MAKE A J
Handsoma Christmas Present [
11 do well to send in tbctr order without de> jfl
tor a Portrait cither in Oil, Paatol or Crayon, cl
e FAMOUS PA8TKL a fpecialty. U
3 JOBS W. MYL2S, Artiit. t>
i I i II i l'TH I 11
c. KO. It. TAYliOH?MARKF.D DOWN. ___
Special Announcement.
CEO. R. TAYLOR'S
Cloak Department.
ALL CLOTH AND PLUSH
Jackets and Sacpcs
Marked Down! '
Change in theprices taking effect this a. m.,
DECEMBER 27th.
MISSES' CLOAKS INCLUDED.
Geo. R. Taylor.
SEWING MACHINES, ETC.- EDW. L. ROSE Jt CO.
flKew Year's is NeariDg ~ A5D AS DbUAL I
* Edw. ETltOSC & CO. WBHA VE A LARGE STOCK
SBWING MACHINES.
Writing Machines,
' Blcjdes m one. Ontfltttop. g^gSfJ,
, WHITKAKB STANDARD *35
| PcwIdr Mtrhlnm in Rnnrarfon goods, which at alltlmes
| Afh, flroutihii Walnut, Mabo?".^A^w'SSl-Si?^
ARE THE LOWEST.
WHITE AND 0?A>DARU. pr'ccfc M for tbo plain woods. Lmm?mmmmmmmm?mmmrnmmJ
Do not wait for canvassers to call, as we dispensed with tbelr services some years ago, and since
that ti?? have been meeting with Immense success by netling new goods direct to our customers
and thereby greatly reducing the expense of selling and tnc cost to the purchaser.
dell EDW L. ROSE, No, 61 Twelfth Street ?
JOSEPH GUAVKS HOLIDAY GOODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS
At the OLD RELIABLE STORE of
^JOS. GRAVES26
TWELFTH STREET.
EXQUISITE ASSORTMERT OF FINK LEATHKR AND PLUSH GOODS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,
HANPKKROHIBF AND GLOVE BOXES, GKN'Tb' ATI) LADIES' TRAVELING
CASES, OXIDIZED AND PLUSH M AHICURE AND TOILET SETS, TRAYS, ETC. 1
BRONZE AND FLORENTINE STATUARY >
IS GREAT TAB3E1Y. <
Linen Toy Books. Juvenile Books for Boys and Girls. Cheapest and greatest
variety in the city. Pocket-books, Parses, Lady Hand, Belt and Arm Baas.
Family and Teachers' Bibles, Diaries, Hymnals and Prayer Books.
Games, Building Blocks, Dceks and Secretaries for boys and girls, etc.
WAT'S-IMng pnrcbmM will bg 'Akfli care ol ?lfl dgHrgwd tt tho praper time. rteiOnw.y j
HAMM & CO.-FUllXITUItH, ETC.
HAMM & CO., ' 1
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers,;
DOT THIS DOWN FOR A FACT:
That oar establishment Is a model one In every respect.
That In our attractive assortment, prompt service and fair treatment, oar customers*r? amply
ind uti&fsctorlly served. I
mSE&UttlaaMBBBEM&H"^mu"n "^'bon-' ^ '
"Undertaking In Its several forms a special feature. e
TELEPHONE CALLS ANdWERED DAY OH NIGHT. F
HAMM & CO., - 1067 Main Street, E
amusements. hotels.
opera house. the restaurant j
ONLY ONE NIGHT. ?F
SVEDNESDAY, JAXUABY 7, 1891. THE HOTEL WINDSOR
THE BIG CITY SHOW. .
CLEVELAND'S is now opeh to the public. t
CONSOLIDATED MINSTRELS. aSSSSSBSS:
rooms on tbe second floor haro been specially
fluted np wJib ?J1 n oderu convenience*.
Game. Frulto and all eatable* In season served
ALL THE GREAT STARS. In flm-clw rtyle. de9
EMVRMW, DOUGHERTY, WILLARD'S HOTEL, i,
' WASHINGTON. D. C. t
r.UM.i, stnuui^uAri, \
The moct famona and well-known Hotel In E
AND THE MARVELOUS the city. B$odal ratttby themonth. Thecal* *
line 'qaalea by none. Homelike and oonvcn?
CRAGGS " '^?op:te?X?o__
_ C- STAPLES. Proprietor. B
Pucks?ii00, 7Se and 60c. S?lo ol mtucom- PHOTOGRAPHv. ^
lencee^Monday, January 5, it C. A. Houae'i *-? ;? }
Iffimf*?^5*Smidy#lDraa^Compaa,r* /
"RUBEN GLUE/' '
pecial Bccncry! 8tartUag Cllaaxea! Stirring
Situational New Songs! .. _ pi
Pticn-Orcheetra Chair., aoc; Dree. circle, MCLDRE flOOSE PHARMACY, e
ic: nailery, 36c; Children. 15c. Beau on aale
1 Wc""'- ?A Model Prescription Store* 1
P. W. SEYMOUR, Proprietor.
**nU?ereryUneMdVulted u^tla'lntradad T^O YOU WANT A SITUATION? ^
>Interest and Improve etery member of the AV HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO 4ELLT II bo.
jnUy, whether In city or country, Adrertlae In the INTELLIGENCES,
-
FPRNITTKE, OARPKTg, ETO.
6. MENDEL
db CO.
HOW TO HAVE A
Jolly Christmas
?? MAKE?<?
PRESENTS
TO YOUR
Father. Mother. Sister,
Brother, Wife or Husband,
Children, Neighbor,
Friend and Sweetheart,
and select them
from our fine stock of
ARTISTIC
FURNITURE
AND
HOUSEHOLD DECORATIONS
ALLURING,
Captivating and CbarmiDg Gifts
FOR EVERYBODY.
Prices that will Receive Your
Favor-NONE LOWER.
G.SmMCD.,
No. 1124 Main Streot.
WHEELING, W.VA.
Store will be open hereafter
until 9 o'clock p mJ.
S. KHODKS & CO.
~ BARGAINS
FINE DRESS GOODS
-ANDRemnants.
J.S.RBODES&CO.
Our entire stock of Combination
Suits, Scotch Cheviots
ind Robe Patterns marked
down to about half price to
:iose before stock taking.
$15. $17 and $18 Suits,
:hoice $10,
All Wool Combination Suits
"rom $3.25 to $6.00
REMNANTS!
Our Remnant Counter now ]
eady?If you can use short !
:nds we will save you money.
J.S.Bhodes&Go.
'LUMH1NG, GAS & 8TKAM FITTING <
IEST FAUCETS IR THE WORLD 1
CALL AND BEE THEil AT
TRIMBLE & LUTZ,
ltt A 1418 Market 8t. Wheeling, W.Va. a
^ EO. HIBBERD A SON,
JT Bucceoors to Thompson A Hlbberd,
Practical Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters;
BRASS FOUNDER#.
BrsoiALTnts?Natural Gu BappllM, Eteam
eating and Ventilation.
1314 MARKETBT., Wheeling, W. Va.
All work promptly done at moct reasonable .
rlcee. ; )tf J
niU. HARE & BON, J
PRACTICAL t
Flunbers, Gas and Steam fitters, "
HO. IS TWELFTH 8TBUT.
11 work done promptly at reasonable prlcea.
business cards. <
^ HOMER WELL8,
J% -51 ARCHITECT. ?Boox
17, Rklly Bun oma,
Wheeling, W. Ya.
ElAGTICAL BUPERINTBN'DKST.
ocO ESTIMATE** CAREFULLY MADE. -
i RTISTB' OUTFITS.
DBACQHT8?ira SUPPLIES, 81
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS.
A Li. Nici ro? Xmai runm. r
>mplcte Hock on exhibition at /
HICOLL'8 ART RTOBE, '
4eH ]U2 If AJU2T STREET.
WANTED.
~\\T ANTED-^N^iCTTvFTHONEsf
Mao?Falary flCO monthly i( nuiublc
with opportunities lor advance, to reprw-ai
locally a wsponsiblo New York boutc. Refer,
encoa. MaMJPACTURKH. Lock Box i?J
w. Y. . jghT
ANTE I)?FOR THE UNITKD
hutta Annj. anto-bodled, un*mtrried
men, between tbc sges of 21 tad .15 jean, Good
nay. ration*. clo'hln* and medical at!end?cr#
Apply at No. 1141 Mam street, Wbet:iuK, w
iai.
vy ANTED?MINER*?.
The Pittsburgh and Wheeling Goal Company
at Bridgeport and Mayuard. are doing an ex'
tensive business, running full time: harewm.
pleted a rope hatflago at Wheeling Crw.Jc nine
and Is giving satufaction, bringing out tiae coal
rapidly a numr er of men can be put to work
Houses can be bad. Columbus scale and sagi.
monthly pav? arw made. t(?i?
STOCKHOLDERS^ MEETINGS.
JJOTICE.
The stock bolder* ol The Riverside Iron Worki
will take notice that wheruas the Board ol Directors
of said company at a meeting gj mm
Board held on the '/7th day of December, a. d
; 1899. passed a resolution In the words following"
'Kttolvtd, That the stockholders of The hirer*,
side Iron *ork*;l?e recommended st their an.
nual mectlne to be held on the 'Asthdsy ol ;aQQ.
ary. D. 1891. to pass a reaolutlon lacn^iQr
the capital stock of said company from ibe iur?
pins fund of said company, from one million
riniiura ifi fl/ioon hundred thousand ?lnl ?r.
from ten thousand abarea of the par value of
one hundred dollars peraharo to fifteen tLouaand
snares of the par value of otio hundred
dollari per share" Now, therefore,
I, J. N. Vance, m President of The Rivenide
Iron Works, and I, Jobu D. Cuibertaou. u &o
rotary of sali work*, do hereby notify the
Btockheloera of The Plversldo Iron Work* of the
aid resolution parted by the said Board of blrectorial
aforesaid: audwo do further uotify
Mid stockholders that w?. J. N. Vance and John
U. culbertaon. or one or tbe o'her of ua, win. aa
atockholdera In tbe Riverside Iron Work*, and
at tbe aald annual meottBg to be beld on iho
Mid 2Sth day of January, a. D. lftl.ss aforeiaJd,
i offer tbe following resolution for adoption by
said stockholder* in meeting; so aaaem tried, chat
ia to say: "Resolved, that the capital Block of
The Riverside Iron WorkB bo Increased from the
surplus fund of ?ald company from one million
to fifteen hundred thousand dollar* and the
I number of aharca from teu thoutaud of the pax
value of one hundred dollara per abare to tlfte*t>
tKourand abares of tbe par value of one hundred
i dollara per ahare. W itnesa, the signature of ih0
aald J. N. Vance, as President of, and the &&id
John I> CulberUon, ss fecrvlory of the Hirer1
?fda Iron Woika. a> well as their personal >jm.
tures la the'r Individual right as atocshohlen
In the aald The Mvcraide Iron Works.
TUB RIVERSIDE IKON WORKS,
by J. N, Vance, its Pre?ident.
and J .no. 1>. Cclbkrtio*. ita Secretary,
J. X VlKCB. I Aa ticckholders fn the'
J 50. D. CVLBWIOW. ) Riverside Iron Work*.
__________ dca
J^OTICE.
The anuual meeting of tbe atockholden o!
kA Vvnh.nvp Tlnnlr nf WhlwltllB Will ?w? h?M
I Monday, January 12, 1891, between the bouriol
12 m. and 1 p. to,
JICO.J. JONES.
I de23-M Cu-Jiier,
| gTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Tho annual meeting *1 the stockholder* o( the
i National Bank of Wrcst Virginiu. at Wheeling,
will bo held at the banking house oa Tmsdiy,
January 13, 1891. between the hnnrs of one(ii
| and *hree (3) o'clock p. m , for tho election of
Dfrectora and tho transaction of anjr other bwiincM
that may como before them.
JwHN WAGNER. Caahior.
WgKgUSO, w. v ? . J?n. y. 1891. Jil
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the stockholders of the Baltimore Blind
and Awning Company of West Virginia. iucora- '
formlty witn their by-laws, will on Friday the
39th Cay of January, 1891. at 12 o'clock noon,
meet for the purpooo of Issuing fJO.Ciou of preferret!
stock, to bear dividends at the rate of
live per cent per annua. By order of
dc?M DIRECTORS.
^OTICE.
In acwdanco with tho provisions of the bylaws,
the annual meeting of the Mm-kholdeuof
Whoeltrg Title and Trust Company will be hell
at the office of tho company. Room l. Belllr
budding, Market street, on Monday, January If,
1891, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Jal THQ8. O'BRIEN. Pocretary.
gTOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The annual meeting of the stockholder^/ the
Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company will be
he d at ?l?o "dice of the company ou Monday,the
twelfth (12th) day of January, 1891. between the
hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m., for the electlonof
nine managers to serva during the ensuing year.
JOSKPH LAWHO.V. JH*reury.
WHEfelJWO. w. Va . DKf a>. 1*90
FOIt KENT.
XT'OR RENT?STORE ROOMTCOII
1? Third and Main streets. Apply to K.
BODY, 1106 Ma'n street- det_
nno T?TT\*T TTRHM APIMT. 1st.
X? house No. 2311 Mafn street, contalolagmz
rooms. For fall information apply t j No. flfl
Main street.
JPOR RENT.
The properly cn the west side cf JTaritt
Square, known as the Grant Bouse Stables.
Possession given on the first of April. Inquire of
JAMES L. HA NY LEY,
de23 14M Main streetFOR
SALE.
C*OR SALE-ONE SECOND-HAW
I? sideboard in good condition. Call at ss I
Market sirecu j?_ j
gTOOKS FOR SALE.
140 shares of Peoples' Bank.
60 shares Riverside Iron Works.
15 shares LaBelle Kail Mill
4 shares Kison Glasi Co.
5 share* Wheeling Ice 6i Storage Co.
25 shares Benwood Iron Works.
0 shares .Etna Iron and Steel Co.
K. a. IRWIN,
de9 Uroker, No. 24 Twelfth htaet.
Jp*OB SALE.
LARGE LOT. corner Market and Twentj- *
fourth streets; desirable for manufacturing il?SEVEN
ACRK8 near Elm Grove; desirable io>
Hardening.
W. V. HOGE Jt BRO.
deC 18C0 Market ^trcet._
gMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty-fonr acres, rich soil, tori
Improvements, fine orchard of choice fruit,
jood dwelling house and good barn. Sltusw
dose to St. ciairsvllle, Belmont county. Ohio.
Cheap and easy terms.
B. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Seal Estate Agent,
dol Bridgeport, Obi o-_
^ FINE, BECOND.HAND
Knabo Square Piano
FOB BALE CHEAP AT
F. W. BAUMEE A COM
de3 1310 Market Ptroci^.
QHAPLINE STREET
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
A two.lory trick bow, ten rooms, hot
wiu water, untunii auu huuom K?. A>'
renlencea. Ilouee in flrit-claas order. Aue.^
not home, feood stable 00 mr of Jot. Ground
[0x120. For term*, Ac. inquire of
GEO. J. MATHISON'.
OcJ mo CTliRpllne
pOR SALE.
That fleeirable properly, 1921 and 1923 Ma!a
itreet, Wheeling, tuiublc for dwelling. ?tore?
>r boarding hou?cf, or with alight aJttr?tio:A
ronld makeagood iranufacturlng *ite. bow\rj
cellars ouder both house*. Sblpi>lt<f ?
JHtlci unturpaucd. for terms. etc.. call on ?
kddrea J. J. PAPKR.
QClO WhwlltiR, w.
REDMAN & CO.
FOR SALE.
One boiler, 20 feet long, M Inches in dUtft*
fid two 18 Inch Quee.
One anal] Engine 6Xxl2.
All in good repair and will be ?old cheap.
OC8 REDMAN A C&,
piFTY YEAR BIX PER CENT
COLD BOND8 FOR SALE !
A limited number of Wheeling Bridge iTf'
alnal Railway Company six p?r rent tirat
H|V Mill (GUI UUIU flUUUl BIG UC'?V -I
)r sale Therebonds are aecured by ad???|
nut on tho Bridge Terminal tracks and oU*?
roperty of this company, and arc bellctwj"
? a good, sale and permanent Investment.
Meat payable half yearly. Apply to
UEO. W. ECKHAKT, Jfc,
Caahler People'* Bank, or
TIIOMAS O'BRIEN)
ec73 Real Eilate ami Slock Bro^.
JT0CK8, BONDS AND REAL ESJ
TATE FOB SALE.
SO shares RiTcnldo Iron Works.
10 share* Benwoud Iron Works.
15 share* Belmont Iron Works.
10 shares Ico and titorago stocks.
REAL DTAtK.
Houte No. 1207 and 1209 Main ?Wst. ...
lx>ta 1,2 and 8, MortbFront atreet. ui*cHr*?idltlon.
A nlco bulldlatloto^n^Ch.^y ^KTrtKT
W. T. AT- <*> ml Broke ???J;
Helllr BaUdlng, Multl rtnet. TtkpojjJ*
CATALOGUES, LISTS, CIHCULAK3
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