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TVHKrLlN'G, JANUARY C, 1891.
Saua JIkilniiakut is announced to appear
in New York next month. This
disproves the libelous statement tbat
Earnhardt is too thin to be seen.
An electric light wire afoul of a raina
pout killed two horaea and atunueJ two
men In a Baltimore stable. Electric
wires noed more nursing than a baby.
Tux failure of tbe coffee crop in Java
need not frighten Java coffee drinkers.
It there waro no nioro Java coffee raised
to tbe end of timo it would be eold just
as plentifully aa now.
A c1.0hu observer says that a Ward
McAllister would bj impossible in
Washington society. If Washington
society will movo this way it may have
the freedom of tbo city.
Last year 10.000 ptraonsdied in the
city of New York. It takes about $40,
003.000 a year to run the city government.
These two items give Bomeidea
of the bigness of the chief city of
Auericn.
Mr. Balivck discovers that there is
real suffer:n/-io Ireland, and that "pov
eriy is ChlOUIC in come uuuriiao.
American ncwapapera know this long
ago, oven when Mr. Balfour was malting
lijht of tbe terrible situation.
Ir there be a scheme to push McKinley
aside and make John Sherman Uo?,
' etnor, the able Senator is not in it. Ho
1178 be does not want the place and that
McKinlojr sbouM bavo it. Your Undo
Join's head rarely noes wrong.
Shokbks of sufficient common sense
to be content with a good "Uomcstic
cigar will rejoice iu the failure to increase
the price of their smoke. The
liilure makes no difference to those who
smoke the excellent cigar of Wheeling
manufacture, for the makers hero were
not in the scheme.
At a diplomatic feed in Washington
the nabobs were scandalized by the
presence of "the daughter of an avenue
tradesman." Must hare been worse
than a Nihilist bomb. People who
work for a living have no business to
have daughters to affront people who
would starve to death if they had to (aril
their living.
Fmk.vos of Governor Hill uotice that
Mr. Cleveland has plenty of time to accept
invitations-to talk. Before the
election Mr. Cleveland's talking machine
was laid up for repairs. The liill
men are putting two and two together
and making merry. Mr. Cleveland will |
be at the national convention iu peraou
or by vigorous proxy. Ho is very far
from beiqg a dead Democrat.
Tiik resignation ot Judge McKennan,
of tko United -States Circuit Court,
brings out a strong Geld of aapfrants.
Judge Achesonand John Donuan, both
of Washington, Pa., would lilie the place
and each haa good backing. The circuit
includes Pennsylvania, New Jersey and
Delaware. As good a man and jurist as
Judge McKennan is not easily found.
A Mighty llobbury lu Goltl Lttco.
Since the New Year's reception at
tlia White House there has been
a little diplomatic war in Washington,
but it is all over and Germany
and Austria will not ravage the
coasts of Great Britain to net satisfaction.
Ink has taken tbe placo of blood and
peace reigus. The trouble grew out of
the British Minister forgetting bis place
and forging ahead out of bis turn. Their
excellencies of Gerniuoy and Austria
pat in a formal protest, the Kngtishnan
promised to do so no more, and that settled
the riot. In diplomacy it amounts
to everything who goes before and who
behind.
A Good Womun Gone.
The death of Datum Abott is the re:
suit of a determined woman to keep an
engagement in the fact) of circuinstauces
the most unfavorable. The plaster*
ing in the opera house was still green,
and physicians advised against her appearance.
Miss Abott thought she knew
better than her physicians.
In her death the lyric atago loses an
ornament. She was not only a good
singer, but a good woman. She lived
an exemplary married lifo and her career
. wn? tran from fiouniial. There should ba
no mora scandal among stago people
than among other people, but there is;
and It is always a pleasure to note an
exception.
Free Natural Gas an a Competitor.
Wheeling would regret to lose the Central
GIobs Worts or any part thereof, na
it would be terry to loso any pnrt of its
establishtd industries. The danger
arises not from anything Wheeling is responsible
(or or cjiu control, but (ram
an oiler of free p&s and peihapa other
inducement!) in the western natural gas
field.
Concerns having those advantages and
determined to do business at almost any
cost have been serious competitors ot the
.old established contcrLf, and nothiog ia
suggested as a present compensation.
Ibe compensation ia to be found in the
absolnto certainty tiiat natural gaa cannot
list in any locality for a very long
tim?. Our coal deposits are practically
inexhaustible. They are the sure foundation
for enduring prosperity.
Let n Cloutl 1 bluff Alone.
Senator Stewart tlnds cause of offense
in the detail of Army and Navy ofllcera
as instructors in schools and colleges.
Be would have the details made permanent,
and if tho officer desires to ,
return to active service he ia to await a
vacancy that may put him back just <
where he was when he was detailed. ;
If tho aim bo to make olliccra pay a 1
penalty for accepting such detail, and so |
%
o discourage this kind of employment,
lie passage of tho bill would bare the ,
leeired result. It is not probable that
iny officer would wish to'placo bimaelf
jnauch a black-list. 1
Tho officers detailod as instructors
?uld not be better employed when tbe '
jountry doea not need tbem in active
military service, and this is ons way for '
tbem to return to tbe people pait of tbe
cost of their education and maintenance. I
The plan has been found to work well,
and there is no need to mtorfere with it.
A TAUIKC LLfcSO.V
Itoveuue Tariff and Protection Prices
Growth of Ihe Iron Hoaliioi*.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
1 sat down with a man whose years
were evidenced by his white hair, but
whose kindly eyes were shining with
intelligence, and whose reputation for
business sagacity was well known the
country over. Said be: "I have been
connected with tbe hardware trade for
more than forty years. My recollections
of anti-war prices are vivid, -but I have
lately been amusing myBClf by looking
over my old invoices, and if these men
who talk so glibly about tbe good old
times, when there was no war tariff,
would look over theee prices with de,
I'm euro they'd change their tune."
"Please tell me some of the things
that you bnve in your mind," I said,
"There is an English invoice," he
said, taking a paper nut of a pigeon hole,
i-t ?i IBM rPl.smn trofn tlia dnvH
01 uiu yuni iwu, *u?bw ..v.. ???jwhen
the slave owners of the South
were directing and controlling legislation
in Washington. This is a bill of
merchantable iron bought of the Ghillio^ton
Company, Liverpool, and sent
direct to ue. What is the price, think
you? Remember, them wm the good
old days when I paid 6 to 8 cents per
pound for butter, and hired many a man
to work in my fields at 50 cents per
day."
"Iron ought to have been proportionately
cheap," I said.
"Yes," said ho, "that is the song of the
free-trader; if wages of 50 cents per day
will buy proportionately as much as $1
will buy, when things cost double the
price, then the low wages are fully as
good for the laborer"
"But what did you pay for iron in
18537" I asked.
"Well,sir, it was billed to us at ?1210i
per ton. 1 see a memorandum here, in |
tbe writing of my old partner, showing
that we figure the English pound at
$-148; so English iron cost us in Liver- j
pool, in 1853, $54 75 per ton."
"Compared with the prico paid for
farm products, that seems to be a very
high price."
"So it was if you think of figures; but
if you remember that those were English
prices, under a tariff for revenue,
you will see they were the free trader's
Ideal, and must have been right. Here
is a miscellaneous bill of hardware of
that year from manufacturers' agents in
Now York. A dozen door butts, in jobbing
lots, cost forty-nine cents a dozen"
"And what now?"
"Twenty-two cents. Here were common
bed casters at fourteen cents a set;
I buy them to-day for four cents. Here
is a bill of shovels from the AmeB factory;
price $10 per dozen. An extra,
good workman could earn a shovel by
flnvu' wnrk. nn<l nn ilotlht he Wflfl
thankful that he had the work to do." j
"When did you begin to buy Ameri-1
can iron?"
"I am not sure, but 1 find that in '57
and '5S we are buying iron in Pitta-!
burgh and in the Mahoning Valley.
Tho prico has gone down to $45, but my
recollections are that our iron furnaces
were having a very hard time of it."
"Tho war must have boomed up
prices."
"Yes; the war, with the tremendous
premium on gold and the immense demand
created by railroad building,
boomed up prices, but we Jobbed iron
in 1871 at $70 per ton; then the railroad
craze of '71 and '72 set in and prices
went up to $107, but the pauic of '73,
which was brought on b? this eani6 railroad
craze, knocked the bottom out of
such prices, and prices have been down
to $30. just about one-third probably of
i the price we paid for it delivered here in
1853."
"How with good? made of iron ?"
"Well, I mentioned Ames' shovels;
price was $10 per dtz^n in the good old
times of '53, they wero unchanged in
'59; to day the 'Ames* shovel is immensely
superior in quality and finish,
and we cell at $8 50. Take a common
barn-door or gate hinge?"strap hinges"
we call them; they cost $1 25 in the
days befoh the wah, and 01 cents per
dozen to day for the same size."
"But machinery makes them, and
ought to get the credit of some of the
reduction."
"Yes. but the men who work in the
shops are paid twice the wages they were
in'5!). Wrought nails cost 5} cents per
pound in '50; they sell at cents today.
I sold a common stable fork for
$1 23 in '55; the very best is sold to-day
for half that price. Why, in '53, we sent
to Rfiode Island for nuts and washers,
paying 10 cents per pound for them; today
we job them at UJ cents."
"What is mostly to be credited with
the reduction ?"
"Competition among American factories
for the trade. There is no competition
in the world so fierce. A factory
is started and when once going the
managers seem determined to have all
the earth in their line. As their orders
increase they enlarge their works and
drum for more trade. By and by a com*
potitor enters the field. So long as the
first factory is busy with orders it makes
no ,cut in prices, but the moment it
feela a diminuation in business it attacks
the new comer's prices. Formerly this
cutting went on until one or tbe other
went to the wail, and tbe survivor then,
for a time, had the field to itself anu
made money, but now-adays a truat is
formed and an attempt made to make
cutting of prices unnecessary."
"What do you think of combinations?"
"I never knew one that lasted very
Ion?, and when it broke, as it always
did in the coureu of time, prices wont
wilder thau ever. There was the table
cutlery combination of years Ago. It
mado a lot of rules and regulations, and
had a sliding scale of discounts, and
beerned up prices out of all reason. But
it eventually came to grief, and prices
went down so that I bought a steel knife
and fork for ?2 00 per gross! That is 2
centa each for a knife or a fork! Think
of that. I have paiil $0, gold, in England,
for puorer goods in the good old
tiuus."
Oil! jo who teach the Ingenious youth
of uur great nation, let them learn the
noble art of self defense, as Salvation
Oil ia the specific for hurts.
Little Am.vie yesterday told us, in
her way, what a good medicine Or.
Hall's Cough Syrup is; it bad cared her
of a very severe cold.
Justin WiNsonls of the opinion that
tbo half-way expedient of a distinct college
("The Annex") lor women will be
abandoned, and that the sex will be admitted
en the eamo standing to the curriculum
of the men,
rtifilcltmn llavn Found Out
That a contamination ku4 foreign clement in
tbo Mood, developed by indigestion, is the
c.iuao of rheumatism. Ih'a aottlea upon tho
sensitive sub-cutaneous covering of the muaclci
nnd ligaments of tho joint*, causing constant
and shifting wl aggregating ai a calcar*
eons, chalky deposit which produces atltrneaa
and distortion of the joint*. So fact, which ex*
pcriCHCo has demonstrated in regard to Hot*
letter'* Stomasft Bitters, has stronger evidence i
to support than thts,t-amelj. that this medlcluo
of comprehensive ujos checks the formidable,
mid ss.rocjotis dltea*o, uor Is It ! ? poaitlvoiy1
oatabilalied that It Is piefcrable to tho polsorw
often used to arreat It. since the medicine eon
tatnsonly aalmary Ingredient* It isalsoaslgrial
remedy for malarial fevers. constipation,
j %?peps la. t ldney and bladder ailments, debility
mil other disorders, bee that yoa get the
[ouulnc.
A LIFE OF TMBPLATlOy.
1 Knight of Mm Key Lmj? Dowu Hume
Utile* KogHrdiog Decorum In All? Auguat
Preivncfl.
Vannlngton Times. j
"Have a cigar.?" The invitation to inlulge
in tlie consoler of grief wag ex.ended
by a reporter to the operator in
:harge of the keys at a little depot in the
interior of West Virginia, where the
icribbler was compelled to wait on a
late train. At first the operator simply
looked at bin visitor with an expressionless
fice and a far away look in bis eyes .
For fully fire minutes he looked at the
pencil pusher, while the latter, thinking !
he had struck a mute, who was endowed 1
with the power to talk only with his '
fingers, was making np his mind to flee,
when the operator suddenly closed the
key and said, "thank you, don't care if '
I do." After lighting the proffered weed
be began:
"You see. X have to listen to the key 1
whether I have visitors or not. I like
company, but 1 am so annoyed here by
people who wait on trains that I have
been compelled?just wait till I citch
the number of tnat engine. Yts, the
boy* annoy me so that I wrote a set of
rules and pasted them on the door there,
ilicase me."
Here his fingers reached {or the key,
and, while he was baey, tbo reporter
went to the door indicated and read the
following:
TAKE NOTICE.
1. If the door is fastened with a spring
lock and is not opened when you first
rap, kick on it until it Is; the operator
might be asleep.
- Oa a cold day always leave the door
opon; the operator, being kept in a warm
room, will bs grateful for a cold breeze
<%.. t.l m
a. Always greet the operator in a loud
voice; if he don't respond tbo iirst time
continue speaking louder until he does;
he might be receiving a train order, but
a mistake would ouly be a matter of a
lew lives.
4. Whether you are going away or not
always ask how tho trains are; it sounds
| important.
I 5. Examine all train orders on the
(able awaiting delivery, and make some
comment on them; itsbows your knowledge
of railroading.
6 Always look over tho operator's
shoulder if he is sending a message, and
read the ones already transmitted that
are on file; Western Union messages are
public properly anyway.
7. Don't wait for an invitation to be
seated, but take the operator's chair; he
can work as well standing as sitting. If
you can't get that cbair sit on the opera-,
ting table.
8. If you are loafing and occupying a
cbair don't give it up to man thai wants
to do business with the office; such people
have no rights whatever.
l>. If you bear a train coming and
think the operator don't, pull the signal
and give it a clear track; you will probably
receive the bltsaings of all concerned.
10. Don't, under any circumstances,
go in the waiting room to wait for a
train; you might miss something.
11. Don't pay any attention to the
notice on the door; it ia only thero for
show, and, even if it isn't, the operator
is independent and don't care if he loses
his position.
Just aa the reporter finished reading,
the whistle of his train was heard in the
distance, and bidding his now made
friend adieu, he reached the platform a
much wiser man.
Statk op Ohio, City op Toledo, \
Lucas County,' j
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chenev & Co., doing business in the
| City of Toledp, County and State aforei
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
I of One Hundred Dollars for each and
every case of Catarrh tbut cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cube. Frrnk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
! in my presence, this 0th day of December,
A. D., 18S0.
I , .?'?? s A. w. g lea son,
| seal j Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
? - ~ i-i?i ?i
ana acts uirecuy upon iu? uiuuu nuu
mucouB BurfaceB of the system. Send (or
testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
JJSTSold by Druggisls, 75 centa. daw
A RenI 'llalsum is Itftlanm.
The dictionary Bays, "A balsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance flowing
from trees." Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs is the only cough
medicine that is a real balsam. Many
thin, watery cough remedies are called
balsams, but such are sot. Look
through a bottle oi Kemp's Balsam and
notice what a pure, thick preparation it
is. If you cough use Kemp's Balsam.
At all druggists'. Large bottles 50c.
and $1. Ddw-l
Ladies enjoy the pleasant effects of
"Olive Blossom." It cures when all
else 'ails. There is no reason why you
should suffer from the many weaknesses
peculiar to your sex when you can obtain
a sample contaiuing ten days' treat*
ment free, and one month's treatment
for $1.
"Olive Blossom" is sold by Logan
Drus Co., C. R. Goetxe, W. VV. Irwin,
W. E. Williams, C. Schnepf, C. Menkemeller,
W. C. Armbright, W. H. Williams
and M. W. Heinrici; J. W. Dar*
rah, Bolston & Co., Martin's Ferry;
Bowie & Co., Bridgeport; 0. M. Wyrick
Bellaire; St. Clair Bros., Ben wood.
Sick Heudncho.
Loose's Red Clover Pills cure Sick
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Con.
stipation. 25c per box, 5 boxes for $1.
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw
DI1SD.
HALL?At her residence, on Monday. January
f. 1M1, at 6 o'clock a. m.. Mm*. Makuahkt
11 all, In the 88th year of her ?go
Funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock
from her late residence, No. 51 South Broadway,
Island. Jmcrmeut private, at Alt.
Wood cemetery. 0
PKCK8TEIN?liu Sunday, January 4.1891, at 6
o'clock p. iu., Wii.liam o., wm of Audrcw
and Kato Peckstclu, aged 22 years, 6 mouths
and 24 days.
Funeral from tho resldcnco of hU parents. No.
li>0 Sixteenth street. Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Friends of the family invited. Interment
at M t. Calvary Cemetery.
SCIIKNBRLKIN-Ou Monday. January 5,1E91, at
6:fl) p. m., Ma*y, daughter ol J. O. and
Kllzi tfchcuerleln, aged S years, 3 months
27 days.
THE POINT.
66 a From a Catholic Arch*
bishop down Jo tho
MA Poorost of tho Poor
1} all testify, not only to tho
99 virtues of
ST. JACOBS OIL,
The Oreat Remedy For Pain,
but to Its superiority over nil other remedies,
expressed thus:
It Cnm Promptly, Permanently;
which mcftus strictly, that the pain-stricken
seek n prompt relief vrith no return <?f tho
Hiin. and this, they say, St. Jacobs Oil will
give. This is Its excellence.
?HJ?P4
Sick Huadaclic, Constipation,
Fever and Ague, Dizzy Head and
Cold Feet, Torpid Liver, Want of ]
Appetite unit General Debility. :
aro Positively cured by
DR. A. S. TODD'S Al
Plain or sugar coated. In u?e ovrr (in rrnr?. ]
.J no. () BIcLulii <& S
v .. ,i i. , ....
A GRAVE BOBBED. 5
[he Interference ol Drs. Copeland fi _
Bell has S&ved Anoiber Victim.
. V
VIr. Porter Glvoa a Metalled Account
of HIg Snflering ami J
K^ipr.
,
What is worse than tho thought of be
oft buried alive, or b?iog consigned to a .
iving death, by the affliction of disease.
It is not necessary, however, to state that 1
vo do Dot valno the fortune of Rood '
ueaith. How many mea have said, "My l
thousands for an hour of life." Yet ft I
san be bought for such a trifle if the op- .
portunitv is graBped at the right time. Do
not wait until your disease has gone .
so far that you are wretched and do not
leel like living, when this bright world
appears to you as a living tomb, and if I
you conld only die and end your terri- .
bio suffering. Take advantage 01 the ;
advancement made in the present century
In the praclice of medicine and be
cared of the terrlbio feeling you now
liuve. To make our views a little plain, '
let us slato to you the condition of a resident
of our city after being a sileut suf- ,
ferer for over three years. ,
iQ :
la an Interview ho tells what It Is to be a sufferer,
and bow different to say to his friend",
"My health h excellent; never felt better in ay
lif?." Mr. Porter says: "Well, can you realize
what It 1h to have n constant headiche for over
three years? Well. I have had it (or that long,
aud more, xny head and noso were always stopped
up. aud a constant dropping of mucus Irom
my nose tack Into my tbro*t, which is vwy em
bVriawdng m well as annoying. I also had a
buutuguud roar Inn noise in my ear?, accninrallied
by tin carache, which was very dhtretsuc.
bharp, shooting pa?u? In my chest and my
cnuah was the torment of mv life. I hud no
appetite, and after I did cat I suffered grtatly
from my food lying heavily on inv stomach.
My bowels were very Irregular, consequently 1
always felt drowsy aud stupid, as mycondl
tion was graduilly becoming more serious, 1
began to thins of cousultiug tin- doctor, but put
the matter ol!" from day to day u"tll tbo last
cra?.h eame. I realized that I was gradually
losing my heating. Was 1 not a suflerer? in
this condition l consulted Drs. Copeland A Hell,
and found tlmt they thoroughly understood my
case: and finding tnolr fee? so small, 1 readily
placed myself tiudor thoir care. Can you irn
aKlno, dear reader, my gratitude when after the
first week I beuan to iranrovc, at>d found it a
Dleasure to bo under such pleasant and cilcctive
iroatinontT Aud uow my symptom* have all
disappeared. No more ear?cho, no headachea,
nostMls clear, no dropping ot mucin, uo cough,
"WE CURE MEN" ?
of Debility, Iiupomocy. Wcaknoni, Dread of i
Marrlaao.fv'cri'tslnH. l,otses,E*ll Forclxxllnn.
Dwpondency.Htunted Urowtba,?tc. ?rciu?lM
UrihiXm gl us a ".Monopoly o/auwMi,"
m All oil /rf< /or llmllfit
OUR HEW BOOK
TUouianUa ol Guaranteed 'lcaltmontala that
"MEN STAY CURED."
lot' J NVIi^iiail kt!
"MY OWIjY RBIiiar." .
KihIc h Mills, Upshur Co., W. Va. ,
DR. A.8.T<?1)I>?Dear Sirs For many years i
tavv I l?oon afflicted with diseased Liver; and
ilthouuii I try t?> tot along sometimes without
pour rill". I A?*l It ust'ltoM. they are my ouly
cllcf. I'lruse send u?o six Ikjxi-h and obllRe,
David l). Smith.
ITI-BILIOUS PILLS
[f your drdttUt dwn not keen them send Y<. to
on. Molt* Proprietor*, WnMIng, Vf. S'tu
no yalu lu tho chest, and my appetito h excellent,
wy bowels are rexular, and uftersleeplus
1 feel reficubed aud rested In fact, as i nave
told you, ray health wan never better, aud would
ndvho all who a e fluttering to call aud icuthe
doctor*." Mr. Porter ran be a-en at his place of
buhluess, where ho will readily corroborate (his
ita'ement.
New, a Krfat many people will say, "Well, 1
don't believe It: It?just a myth " My frieud?,
to gratify n wish of br*. Copeland & Pell, wo
would nuk all who doubt whit wo saytocdl
and consult the patient, aa his resldenco or
nlaroof business Is alwavi givtn,?ind find out
that wua. wo .ray is really true. 11 dov? *et?m
phenomenal that we should bo so successful,
yet when you think of the t.me, labor and
money that the doctor* have spent to be suec?>sful
In their speslaltleii, you will certaluly
auree with thousands of others, "That they aie
tho people."
DOCTORS
COPELAND & BELL
Have Located Permanent Qfflcoa at
1121 MAIN STIiEBT.
Wheeling, West Virginia.
Where they treat with success all curable ease?.
Offlco houo~9 to 11a.m.; 2to5p.m., and
7 to H p. m. Stmdays-9 a. m. to 12 m., and 1 to
tp. m.
Si-ecialtle#?CATARRIT and Disease! o! tho
EYE, KAIL TflKOAT and LUNGS.
CONSULTATION free
Adrtrew all Mall to DR3. COPELAND A BELL,
1121 Main street. Wheeling. W. Va
RADAM'S
M Microbe
\3||ls!/ KILLER.
Tie Greatest Discovery of the Age,
OLD IN THEORY, BUT THE REMEDY j
nrnnitrrt \r iMPrntrmPH
ttLLUlllbl U10lAJV?,nE.L?. ,
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, AfiTHMA, HAY
FEVKK, HR0NCH1T1S. kHEUMATWM,
DYdPEPflA. CANCER, SCROFULA,
DIABETES,
BRIGHT'3 DI8"A K, MALARIAL FEVER,
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In ihort, nil forms ol Organic and Functional
dlwatcs. Tbo Curt* efltcted by tliia Medicine
*ro in many cms
MIRACLES! ,
Sold only lu Jugs containing One Oallon.
Price Throe Dollars-. email ihtm* 1
mcut when Health and Life can bo obtained.
?"HlflTOItY OP THE MlCBOBC KllLKB FBRH."? 1
For ?ale by aU Retail DruggUta. Trade tupplied
by
LOGAN DRUG CO., 8olo Agents.
OfiH'MW ,
BP YOU HAVE
1IM OR PIES,
RICK HEADACHE. DUMB AGUE.COS*
T1VE IIOWi:i.M, SOUII STOMACH and
BEI.CHIKO: If your food doc* not omaimllaie
and you buvo no U|ipotlto(
t utt's Pills
will euro thcoo trouble*. Try thornj
you liave m?t lilng (<? Ionc, but will cnln
TffforouM body. Price, 25c. per box.
bold everywhere.
IBEECHAM'S PILLS I
cure SICK HEADACHE. I
25 Cents a Box. |
OB- .AXtZ. DKtTOaiBTB. |
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ITONKY TO LOAN ON REAL KSLYJL
T4TK. T. J- HttHU*. 15i0 Msrket street.
WA NTED?(j 001) 8ECON DI1A N D
spring way on. A?lf fCM "C," tbls ofllce.
117 ANTED?A GIRL FOR HOUSET
T work In a small family. Call at 2& fcoutb
'font stwt. JaC
|?OR BALE?ONE SECOND-HAND
I sideboard In good condition. Call at IW3
ilarkctnToct. Jag
fj*OR SALE?A HOUSE WITH FIVE
L' room*, lot 84x70 loot, earner rwilftb and
Elizabeth street*. Irnulro ot K. YAHRLINU. J>5
J^OTICE,
Tbe regaUr meetiug of the Woman' Union
knevolcnt Socicty will bo bold at tbo Y. M C.
I. on Wednesday. January 7, at 2 o'clock. As it
* the time for tbo election ol officers, all mem*
>ers will please be present.
JtC MK3. W. I. W. CQWDEK. Pecrotary.
?JOSPITAL ASSOCIATION,
Tbo regular meeting of tbe Hospital AisociaIon
will bo held at tbe Young Men's Christian
Association rooms on Wednesday, January 7, at
! o'clock. 51ARTHA J. HaRE.
jyfl Pecretary.
A RION IIALL.
TUKJuaY, JANUARY 6. at 8 o'clock.
HARMANN LINDE,
rhe world renowned reciter from memory,
In a most iuturcKtiog programme from William
rell. Faust, Nathan and **lse, aud Jnlius Ciesar,
Ihe latter In KuRlisn. Ticket-ao cents. Tickets
ju sale at House's music store and H. k. fiebrcn's
grocery Ja6
T7V1RMTY SERGEANT.
r
I auuouuco myself as na iudepcndent candidito
for Uio ottlce ol Serjeant of the city of
Wheeling The suffrage of voters, irrespective
of party Is respectfully solicited.
JO FRANCIK F.HWAVJ.EY.
Dramatic recital,
CONCERT A SI) TABLEAUX.
MId9 ll>/\ K. U1SD3, assisted by loaal talent,
at Vu-unerclior Hall, Thursday cvculug, January
H, lb'Jl, under the auspices of the Chancel
Chapter of St. Luke's Protestant Kpltcopal
Church, Island. Admission, 53 cents. Tickets
on m!?* at UH'iiner'.H music store ja3
HAVILAND'S CHINA.
' ^,r PLAIN WHITE
I: J DKCOkVTKD.
Jr ijfts* NtW PATTERNS
V-jv ?+ y decorations.
EVV1NG BROS,
jaC iv-i- Mnikct t.. oppvlte Met uro House.
yy IKE WORK FOR OFFICES,
Wire Work for IMilldera,
Wire Work for Cemeteries, Wire Work for
Houses, Wire Work of livery Description.
WIRE W0RK8, 17U7 P.OFK ST.
Telephone 147. W. B. ALLISON.
HUVf?TTH.tH
NIGHT SCHOOL.
An excellent opportunity for those who cannot
attend the day sessions to acquire au education
The work in so arranged that no one ever
so deficient need feel any embarrassment.
Indies in attenda> ce.
Call or Bend for catalogue.
Ja'Mu.is WHKKLi NO BUHlVK-3 COLLEOB.
TOURISTS TICKETS SOUTH
VIA IBS
LOUISVILLE & NASllYILLK K. R.
THE ouly Hue ruunlug through Pullmau
Buffet Drawing Room and bleeping Cars
nom Cincinnati to Birmingham and Montgomery
Ala.; Tbomamlle, Oa.; Jacksonville,
Orala, Wlldwood and 'lainpa, I1 la., without
chaugo.
Through Buffet Bleeping Cars between Clu
clnnati and Memphis and betweeu tlnclunatl
and No-v Orleans without chaise.
Double dally trails service tn each direction
betweeu Cincinnati aud Memphis, between .('ineiunati
aud Now Orleans, and*between Cincinnati
and Florida, with equipment and speed
unextv led. If you are going to Florida Mexico
or California take the L. ?fc N. R. R. For further
information address
R. 8. PARKER,
DIAMONDS!
Mfl.COO worth of fine Diamonds now in
our Btock to s?lcct from. Just think of
it. Moro than all other houses in
Wheeling combined. Wo havo lino
goods aud will sell thsm lower than tiio
iowest.
CALL AND 8EK US.
I. G. DILLON & CO,
Joweiara.
GRAND o. c. gknthi:h,
OPERA HOUSE. Miumnr.
rwoNlchU Only, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
January uanl 10. Grand Family Matinee
Baturday at *^:80 o'clock p. m. The
largest, most complete and refined
organization in existence,
PECK 81 PURS MAN'S Mammoth Spectacular
Uuclo t'om'R Cabin Company, presenting
Harriet Beecber Stowo s great
Btory of American History,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
ju a scale of magnifioence never before attempted
in this or any other country. Watch
[or the grand street parade.
Pkicks - Orchestni thairs, 60c; Drew Circle, 25c:
3allery, 26c; Children, 15c. Seats on naif at
weir's. jiio
SOME "JOB LOTS"
Picted op on Oar Eastern Trip.
25 Letter Copying Books, 10x11,1 CO'. Fsge*.
25 Letter Copying Books, 10x14,700 rages.
75 Duplicating Pocket Order Books.
100 Large Compoiltiou Books, extra Hue paper,
large size.
?00 quires Crown Blank Books,
And other soiill lots secured from manu*
lecturers closing out ccrtaiu llucs of goods.
PBICES ON APPLICATION.
Stanton & Davenport,
1801 Market Strwt. j?a
^ AIJ^F and other upeclalM
K- -FB* lie* for Gentlemen.
Ladles. ?tc.,nro warranted,
and so stamped on bottom. Addrvm
W. 1j. l>OU(?LA9, Hrockton, Masa. Hold by
Mone'H CrhIi MIiopStore, 104'i IMnin M
tlAiikminlicr A 8nmr,lSfil Mnrket. JaCrrbg
DRUNKENtfES*
Liquor Habit.
ammewesu) mate /SBITTCHI cum
0?HMrfE5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
ItcanbeKlvenlneoflTeo.tea.orlniirtlclciiof food,
vlthout tba knowlcdRu of patient If PecnMrTi
t 1* absolutely hurml-M and will offoct ft pernm-1
lent and npocdy cure, whether the patient In a
uodcrntctiriiikerornti Alcoholicwrcclr. ITNEV.
Kit FAILH. It (ipcrntri mo ?juletly und with ?urh
ertalnty thct the patient undurgoei no Inron enlence,
and kooii bin completu reformation Ifl
ITcctftl. 44 pajto bonk free. To lx? bud of
LOGaM DRUG CO.. Main atreet,
ftu2f>-TThAH Wheeling. W. Va I
pUOSE DESIRING TO MAKE A
Handsome Christmas Present
V111 do well to tend in tholr order without do*
ay for a Portrait either In Oil, Plltel or Crtjon.
he FAMOUS FASTKL u specialty.
no^ JO^S_\V. MYI-FS.^rtli^
fii:o. n. tayi.on-maitki:i) down. _______
Special Announcement.
GEO. R. TAYLOR'S
Cloak Department.
ALL CLOTH AND PLUSH
Jackets and Saeques
Marked Down !
Change in the prices taking effect this a. m.,
DECEMBER 27th.
MISSES' CLOAKS INCLUDED.
Geo. R. Taylor.
SIEVING MACHINES, ETC.- EDW. L. ROSE & CO.
SMev Yearns is NeariDg AND AS UBUAL I
, Ed TV. lTbosC & Co. WBBAVBA l/AEGESTOCIi
.. . A?..,nl. OF THOSE IIANDSOXE
! HI M ? SEWING MACHINES
' BicycJcs .?.f oaco OulfltUiisi. J
\ Vi'HlTK ASI> STANDAED
L tewing .Machines in Hungarian goods, which atolltimci
/ A>h. (.iietushtn Walnut, Mabojtany,
Inlaid Walnut. BirdieyoMa- ARF THE LOWEST,
pie. Antique Oak, at tho same LUVVHI
WHITE AND 8 Tai*DAilU. priccs os for the plain wooiln.
Ho not wait for canvasser* to will, as wedispensed with Ibclr services some years aco, and since
that tixK<> have been meeting with 1m u ensesuccess by aclllng new goods dircct to our customers
and thereby greatly reducing the expense of selling and toe cost to the purchaser.
dell EDW L. ROSE. No. 61 Twelfth Street
NOTICE!
Users of NATURAL GAS for Power Purposes will find it
to their advantage to ABANDON the expensive method of
burning it under their boilers and substitute an
OTTO GAS ENGINE,
Manufactured In sizes frorr\2 to 100 Horse Power. Wo guar
antes uusi 01 running wiui natural uas noi 10 axcuou 1 nunc.
CENTS PER HORSE POWER PER DAY. Address for full
particulars. I
Schleicher, Schumm & Co.,
ooio-nia Thirty-Third and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.
J. S. RHODES & CO. | HOTELS.
BARGAINS THTM^MRINT
FINE DRESS GOODS THE HOTEL WINDSOR
?AND? IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
R ?Y11^ I ^ LTho wlntl8or will bo hereafter conducted on
1 1UI 111 1C4?1 1 LOa the American and European plmm. Fortbeaccotrmoditlon
of ladles and private parties the
_____ ' rooms on the second lloor have been specially
fitted up with all Bodem convcnlcnves.
T C BUATU7Q ft PA "y
d.U. ItllUl/JuO <X UUi WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, D, C.
n,,^ anilrA r?f PrtrnKI The aaort famous and woll-known Hotel in
Uur entire StOCK 01 v^omul- the city. BlicUI rates bv the mouth. The cutnation
.Cults Srntrli rhrainft J'5? M' .AT ""I ?o?ra
"??VII tCMfc HJBII IIUUIIU OilI1UJUKI".
and Robe Patterns marked
down to about half price to R n 8TAPLES- Pronrl9ta
close before stock taking. baking powder.
ch?tfo.7 and. S,S Sni"' eHtERPft/?.
All Wool Combination Suits n > o-?
from $3.25 to $6.co Baking^ Powder
D I? M Iff A AT W 0 I ABSOLUTELY PURE.
K H, lyl [? jl |? 1 S I
II JJ iU llXlll 1 U I ROOIta, STATION 1:1 tY, KTO.
Our Remnant Counter now QUKISTMAS
J., jr ?##M, ___ 1 A . r?pcrn, Magazine*, Book*. Tojn, dc. Perlodlready?11
you can use snort ca? by tho year at ptibjlnbeu' priccs. Delivj
.! ered anywhere.
ends we Will save you money. Pittsburgh Dispatch, dally, 15c per week; 20c
' Including Sundays.
C. H. QtTIMBY,
Book and Newsdealer,
J.S.Rhodes&Co. kk.fhee trial ?
pnoToonAPHv. ELECTRO NERVINE
- ? Cures Permanently
All dIsca*eH of tho Nenroua System, either Acute
tXMa a J 9 j or Chronic in cither ki. It RaatnrA* Im
BBvSTSsy^^N^sSCwttilsl viii p*l'?d or loat Power. Cbecka all Forma of
fetfly/cyr??&/re {LtJjI ?aitoor Brain; Makca Htroiifc Uifc Weak. Full
VifE? >ttL3?Sgi package, II; pit tor ft. Trial package 12c. (with
.Sk nU I vlLAa&zfrjff*ftA book), sent aocuroly waled on receipt of price.
mS^^FJTSBu V^^^BStSISS A'ldrt'M, DR. G. P. A DIMM. No, 8701 Cottage
artnigiKg C jffl Grove Arc..Chicago, ill. no24
X-TOGE & BRO.,
XX DKALEU IN
?1 Hardware, Cutlery. * agona, Koad Carta, Pann
imi'tiUISrS. MdOardeBlfceda. Agricultural Irnplemiuta.Ac.
- I NO. 1113 MAVKiCT 8rRBKT, (weal aide).
TUC Ageniafor H coaler Grain Drllla, Oliver Chilled
1 rl C. Plowa. Htwl King Harrows. Ideal Kccd Mill*
?Sc. Call and aee oa or write lor price*.
McLURE HOUSE PHARMACY. ~ PMmim,o,
A Model Prescription Store. THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
F. W. SEYMOUR, Proprietor. si oo per year.
AMU8EMKNTS.
^OPERAH^USE. '
????? a
(J.fLY O.N'K N1GUT. J
WEDNESDAY, JAMJAItY 7, 1801. f
THE BIG errv snow. i
CLEVELAND'S :
CONSOLIDATED MINSTRELS.
r
I
1
ALL THE GREAT STARS,
ft
EHEItSO.N, DOUUHERTY, i
FAliAX, SCIIOOLCIUFT, j
AND THE MAKVELOUJ !
"CRAGGS." I
i
1 *
" *' 00 ?n?f HV?. SillOOf *CAtsConX- J
iiu-nct* Monday* January 5, at C. A. Ilonjo a
Mw?!c State. ____ ? ,
OPERA HOUSE.
TWO NU.HT3 ANI> SATURDAY MAT1 ME,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JAH.9andlO.
THE G HE AT AND ONLY
Prof. Anderson,
The Wizard of the North, in hi* elaboratO Rnd
grand ontertalnmeutB, aulfticd by California ? .
Queco of Myitery,
LOUISE ANDERSON!
IN A MANALOGUE OK
Mirth, Magic and Kind Reading.;
AdmiMion, 25 aud Meant*. No extra charge .
for reserved teat* Sale ul seata commence#
Thursday, January 8, at C. A. House'u tootle
tore. !ii_
nD & W I MnKmnKiII
v* *\r\Li i-r I U.u.Ui'nKinbii,
OPERA HOUSE. I Manager.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, MONDAY and TUESDAY
KVENINQ8, JANUARY 5th and 6th.
Special engagement ef tbo talented young
character actor. Mr. Willis E. Akers supported
by ?v?lss Marie DeLario (noe Ida
Clifton), and u competent New York Company,
In the Great Yankee Comedy Drama,
" RUBEN GLUE."
Special Scenery! Startling Climaxes: Stirring
Situations! New Songs!
PBICM-Orchestra Chain, 60c; Drew Circle,
25c; Gallery, '25c; Children. 15c. Seats on Mile
at Wclr'a. jag
GRAND o. C. CENTHEIC,
OPERA HODSE. Manager.
JUST ONE SIGHT?THURSDAY. JANUARY 8.
The Sparkling Comody Success,
A SOCIAL SESSION !
Under the manaKement of D J. Sprngue. The
funniest play ever written. Repleto with singing,
dancing and specialties. Written for laughing
purposes only. Accompanied by tho famous
Black Hussar Hand, magnificently uniformed
and elegantly equipped, rendering In an exquisite
manner a class of music never beforo attempted
by uny like organization. The represcntativo
traveling baud of America, under the
leaderihlpof Kdward K. Nickcrsou. Our Star
Orchestra. Kvery member a soloist. Our grand
band parade takes place from tho fiehler Hotel
at 12 o'clock sharp. Parent?Orchestra Chairs. 5U
cents; Dress Clrwe, 26 cinta; Gallery. 25 centa,
ChlMienMMgntO|^
KURNirUUi:, OXRVETS, ETC.
nraifnE
y i muitv i4u
dfe CO.
HOW TO HAVE A
Jolly Christmas
?=? MAKE .
PRESENTS
TO YOUR
Father, Mother, Sister,
Brother, Wifo or Husband,
Children, Neighbor,
Friend and Sweetheart,
and select them
from our flno stock of
ARTISTIC
FURNITURE
AND
HOUSEHOLD DECORATIONS
ALLURING,
Captivating and Charming Gifts
FOR EVERYBODY.
Prices that will Recolve Your
Favor-NONE LOWER.
G. Mendel & Co.,
No. 1124 Main Street,
WHEELING, W. VA. j
Store will be open hereafter I
until 9 o'clock p. m.
UU81NKHS CAitDS.
0~HOMERlvilZ%
* -S ARCHITECT. SBoom
17, Bully Bun dino,
WhoellDi. W. Va. j
PRACTICAL SUPERINTENDENT. I
OC22 RHT1MAT1W 1'ARKFULLY MADE.
A RTI8T8' OUTFIT8.
DRAUGHTSMEN'S SUPPLIES,
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS.
All Nice fob Xmar Pitwurra. !
Complete stock on extaibltlou at j
NICOLL'8 ART STORE,
dcl4 1322 MARKET STREET.
WANTED.
ri^" ANTED?M IN ER8. ~
Tlio Pittsburgh aud Wheeling Coal Company
t Bridgeport and Majward, are dolug an ex!
cuslve business, running full time; bitvueom.
lotcd a n?iK! haulsgo at Wheeling Creek mi:,,
ud is giving satisfaction, bringing out thecosi
apltlljr. A unmoor of men can bo nut to work
louses cau bo bad. Columbus scale and nml!
loftbly pnyswre made.
STOCKHOLDERS* M KMTING8,
^orioE
The stockholders of The Riverside Irou Woriu
rill take notice tbat whereas tbo Hoard of D|.
cetera of said compauy at a meeting ui m,i
loatd bold on the :27th day of December, A. I)
890. pitf-M'd a resolution In the word* follo?l:i>'
"Jittolvtd. That tho stockholder of The Hirer!
Ide Iron *'ork? be recommcoded at their mitual
meeting to be held on tho 2Mb dsy of lauu.
try. A D. 1?H. to pass a resolution Increasing
be capltnl Mock of aald compauy from the ?ur.
das fund of said company, from ouc wiJiiou
lollara to fifteen hundred thousand dol.nr*. 0r
row ten thousand shares of the par value of
>no hundred dollaisjicr share to fifteen thou,
and snares of the par valuo of one hua.
Ired dollare per share" Now. therefore
. J. N. Vanee, ss President of Tbo Kivenlde
ron Worst". and I, Johu D. Culbertson. as sh-.
etarv of saiH works, do hereby notify the
itockhtdders of Tbo Riverside Iron Work* of the
aid resolution passed by the said Board of D|.
colors as aforesaid; and wo do further notify
aid stockholders tbat we. J. N. Vance and John
). CtilbcriHou. orouu nruicutuci u. .?, w
itockboldcr* ia tho Riverside Iron Work*, md
it the said unnual meeting to bo hold on the
mid28thday0/January, A.I). 18U1.huaforenij
jfler tlio following resolution for adoption
uld stockholders Iu meeting so assembled. iL?
a to my: "Resolved, that the capital stock of
Hie Riverside iron Works be increased from the
mrplus fund of said company from one million
10 fifteen hundred thousand dollars and the
lumber of shares fram ten thousand of the par
raluo of one hundred dollars i>cr share to flftetru
uotieaml shares of the par value uf one hundred
lollars per share. Witness, the siKnature < : the
kaidJ. N. Vaneo, as President of, and theuid
fob 11 D. C'ulbertsou, as Fecrctary of the Hirerlido
Iron Works, os well as their personal sign*,
lures In their Individual right as stockholder*
In tho Eald The ftlversido Irou Works.
THK KIVHB8IDE IRON WORKS,
by J. N. Vanc*, it* President,
aud JNO. V. Culbuitson. Its ?ecre'*rv
I. K Vancis. ) As stock holders in the"'
fao. 1>. CULDkUTioi*. j Riverside iron Work*.
do
gTOOKHOLDERS' MEETING. "
The annual meeting el tho stockholder* 0! ihc
National Bank of West Virginia. at Wheeling,
irll! bu beid at the banking bourc on Tuesday,
January 13. 1891. between tbo hours of one m
und three (3) o'clock p. m . lor tho election of
Directors and the transaction oi any other limitless
that may oomo before them.
JOHN WAGNER, Cashier.
WngKiiyo. W. Vs . Jan. i. 1891. J*i
J^OTICE.
The regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Commercial Bank for the election ol
directors, will bo held at the Bank on Tuesday,
January 13.1891, between tho hours of 'J and 12
1. m. WM. M. LIST, President.
DlICHMlltn 93. dv^lTii
JjJ" OTICE,
In accordance with tho provisions of the by.
laws, t he annual meeting of the stockhoJJc s of
wuccjlpg umnuu nun.vuui, .., ........
at tho office ol tho company. Koorn 1, Fcilly
buUding, Market street, on Monday, January l?,
18?l, at 1 o'clock p. m.
jal TUQB. O'BRIKS. Pecrctary.
gtockholders' meeting.
The annual meeting of tbo stockholders ol tho
Wheeling and Belmont Bridgo Company will be ,
be d flttl>R"tUceof tbo company ou MowlHj.tbe
twelfth (12th)'day of January, 18'Jt. between the
hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m., for tbo electiono!
nlno managers to serve duritur theeusuiiiK year.
J03KPH LAWfr'ON*. eeeretary.
Whkkijvo. W. Va.. Dec, ru. ik'jo. dejj
FOR RENT.
oht rent-store room. cor.
Third and Main fctrects. Apply to E.
ROPY, 1106 Ma<n atreet. rt?l__
T^OR RENT ?FROM APRIL lit,
X? boaso No. 2314 Main street, containing six
rooms. For full Information apply to No. 2312
Main afreet. ]aS
JPOR RENT.
The property on the west side of Market
8<iuarc, known aa the Grant Houto Stable*.
Possession given ou tbo first of April. Inquire of
james l. hawley,
dc23 . 1420 Main street.
FQR SALE.
gTOOKS FOR ^ALE.
140 shares of Peonies' Bauk.
M shares Riverside Iron Works.
15 shares LuBello Nail Mill.
4 rhares fcisou Glaai Co.
5 shares Wheeling lee & Storage Co.
25 shares Heuwoou Iron Works.
6 shares .ICtuu Irou and Steel Co.
K. b. IRWIN.
dc9 Hrofrer, No. 21 Twelfth Street.
J^OR SALE.
LARGE LOT. Corner Market and Twentyfourth
streets; deMrable for manufnetu Finn Ute.
?ouifu u-i... u.lituiruliln fur
or.t 1..I AUBU UWAk Miuuiumi
Mrdculng. w v uoa? A BI(0
dec 1?0 Market Slrctl.
(gUALL FARM FOB SALE.
Containing thirty-four acres, rich soil, rood
Improvement!, fine orchard of choice fruit,
good dwelling house and Rood ham. SliuiiM
close to bt. uTalriville, Kclmout county, Oblo.
Chup and easy tcrmi. ,
. R. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Beal Xctato Agent,
dot Bridgeport, Ohio
FINE, SECOND-HAND
Jumbo Square Piano
FOB SALE CHEAP AT
F. W. BAUMER & CO.'S
Joi 1310 MurkctFitwt.
0UAPUNB STREETPROPERTY
FOR SALE.
A two-story brick house, ten rooms, lift sfid
cold water, natural and artlllclal km. All conveniences.
Home In first class order. AnewS,nt
home, uood stable on rear of lot. Ground
*120. For terms, Ac.. Inquire of
. GEO. J. MATH IKON,
OCJ 1'ilO CliHplllie Hi rift.
JpOR SALE.
That deslrahlo property, 1021 and 1923 Main
street, Wheeling, suitable for dwellings, now
or hoarding houses, or with slight alterations,
would makOA ?ood manufacturing site. booc.
dry cellars under both houses. 8hlppln8 ?
duties unsurpassed. For terms, otc., call ?u or
address J. J. FADER.
oclO Wheeling. W.
JJEDMAN & GO.
FOR SALE.
One boiler, 20 feet long, 86 Inches in dlswtWx
and two 13 Inch Hum.
Ono biuhU Engine G>^xl2.
All In good repair and will be sold cheap.
oca KKDMAN A ?
JfllFTY YEAR 8IX PJ2R CENT
COLD BONDS FOR SALE I
A limited number of Wheeling Bridge A Terminal
Railway Corapauy nix rti cent i>"t cortrajce
fifty year Gold Bonds are hi-ruby olHrw
for tale Those bonds ore sccured by a dot"! oi
trust on tho Bridge Terminal tracks and otner
property of this company, and are believed to
be a good, sa.'o arid pormaucnt investment. Interest
paysblo hail yearly. Apply to
?i:0. W. ECKIIART, JR.,
Cashier People's Bank.or
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
ocTT. Real Estate and Stock Brotcr,_
CTOCKS, BONDS AND REAL KSD
TATE KOR BALK.
70 shares Riverside Iron Works.
10 share* Kenwood Iron Work*.
16 share* Belmont Iron Works.
10 shares Ice and Hlorngo stocks.
r?:al utatk.
Houso No. 1207 snd 1200 Main s>rcct.
Lou 1,2and 3. NortnFront street, Ullcl.ri ' *
iddlilon.
A nice building lot on 8onth Cbuplfne Mm'..
TllOMAS O'BBIKN.
Jecretarr W. T. AT. Co. and Broker. Boom I.
Belli v Building, Market htroct. Telepom
<1I 1 _
COIIMC1C AND TIN ROOFING
Galvanized Iron Cornice
AND
Tin Roofing.
Special attention *iren to all kinds of Hiirrr
aoKandTiN Work on buildings. Alio butt
,nd Pklt Koofi.no.
Call and get prices before contracting. *"11,1:1
Prepared to uIoj BARQA1NB In tbat lino of *o:t.
U. F. CALDWELL,
1HR '!flmw Main and Month
CATALOGUE8, LISTS, CIKCUI.A 13
aud Printing of nil kind xictiu-l at Uie
INTKLLlOKNUKtt JOB OKPICK,
No. US aud 27 VourtMiilb btrv?t.

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