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at sccondcbua matter. 1
WHEELING, JANUARY 15,1891.
ItWtJiLHU* CII'Y TICKET.
run mavop,
JAMES A. DUNNING.
roff CITY tBQBAHT.
J. O. DEVISE.
FOB CITY CLKRK.
E. B. METZh'EE.
ton WHARniAWTSS.
JOHN CItOCKAED.
Election. January 2J. 1S91.
Now that tho excitement incident to
the Dempsoy-I'itziitnmoDs prize tight is
over, the country will once more settle
down to business.
The Ohio County Democracy narrowly
e reaped a Waterloo in'the fight (or offict
Charleston. Colonel White fell oatlj
in the action, bat Mr. Tracy wenl
through without a scratch.
"Sixtu Ward Democrat," who sett
ioith tho merits cf Mr Dunning, and if
willing: to guarantee that he will make i
levtl-beatled Mayor, echoes the aenll
mint of mora than a great many level'
beaded citizens.
The losoiation which passed Council
Tuesday night providing for an electric
light commission, was a long step in thi
right direction, aud will facilitate till
"consummation devoutly to be wished"
?that of lifting Wheeling out of tlu
darkness at an early day.
The assertion is ventured, without fea
of successful contradiction, that very fen
of the Democratic members of the L;g
islature who voted in caucus for the res
oiuuoa proine tux tiKdiuob wg ?
the Election bill, ever read that measure
and, more, that len of them can evei
statu its provisions.
At the very beginning of his message
Governor Fleming gives Ex-Governoi
Wilson a neat "back-hander.1
In referring to tie Hatfleld-M'Coj
feud he shows that Governoi
Wilson's action was the cause o
its continuance and modestly claims th<
credit of stopping tho hostilities by with
drawing the rewards offered by bis pre
decessor.
Tux purpose oi Dr. Hattle Jones t<
establish in this city a private hospital
for the treatment of nervous disease!
deserves hearty encouragement. Tlx
need of such an institution in tbii
State has long been felt. Sr. Jones' ex
perience and medical skill, togethei
, with the fact that alio is a woinw wit!
a woman's heartjuul fooling for safTer
ing humanity, peculiarly fit her for tlx
undertaking.
Tonne physicians of Wheeling, aftei
a careful examination, have declared
our "small-pox patient" not suffering
from tho droad disease. Other physicians
were of tho opiniou^that it was a
_# 1, t. i?
CtUKS Ol OUlUll-|?UA? xv ?o uuo vug utoi
time tbat doctors have disagreed. The
probabilities are that tho latest verdict
ia tbe correct one, but 110 harm was done
by taking dno precautions pending a
final determination of the cose.
The arrival of lienry M. Stanley in
Wheeling will be an event in tho city's
history, No adventurer or explorer ol
modern times bas accomplished so much
lor the cause of civilization or received
BO much homage from tho nations of the
earth, and Wheeling people, who are
apace with the times, will be happy to
pay their share of tribute to one who
has so richly earned the honors tbe
world la heaping upon him,
. Toa medical fraternity of tbe world
will be relieved of the long agony today.
Professor Koch announces that be
will publish the ingredients which enter
into the composition of hia famous
lymph. This means to the world something
more than a mere satisfaction of
public curiosity. It means that Koch is
satisfied tbat the discovery is a success,
and at tbe same time it marks the discoverer
as one oi tbe greatest philanthropists
of the age, because he gives tbe world
the benefit of his wonderful work without
money and without price.
Tnx P&rkertburg Journal gels considerable
of the marrow out of the spinal
column of tho tarifi question in the following
brief but sensible paragraph:
- Tbo McKlult't bill la West VltsluUilniio reIcaMf
from ipeclil lueitiler April SfUboutlft
nauuticturcn uf ctgaw uearly one linadrod
dealer* la U'-?f toutc<?. over ?lx iliourand deal
era lu manufaeturcd uiImcco. iix umnuucluren
01 tooaoco nini an lxuairmu lonacco 11111
mtci thouwliili of dollars iif illr^ct taxation to
Wwt Virginians nua rv ncitiTcl storekeeper
and BTocvr Is bebctluvd luu the IJemocrsis *ay
uoUuue about this. The jiruwIuR and wiling
olltal tobacco is uude lu, frto *s any oilier surf
cultural product; b.it the licmocrau dou't toll
tbls. No. Tbey are yollliic for lr?l trade. II
?ounr (roc wool, thuy don't mrm ttiit, 11 from
rm Vlntlnia, they say. II you ,.y Ire coal,
they bowl, "of course not. do you think wo are
fools?" II you lay free lumber, Ireo Iron and
free nit, they look win, and II Iroln Went Virginia
tier dod?? or lay, ol course nut. 0! Democracy
Is ft darlloit lor Inconsistency!
Tha Goveraor'a Massage,
Governor Fleming's first message to
the Lt-jjialalure if, if not brilliant, at
leaet a readable document, and, in thia
respect, la worthy ol being clawed
among tbo beat of the many Rood State
papers issued by some of his predecessors.
Being a practical businefs man,
the Governor naturally treats his topics
In a business-like manner.
With one or two exceptions his recommendations
and suggestions are?wlso
and tlmsly, and il followed closely cannot
fall to prove bencflcial to the public
welfare.
The message is singularly free from
the liability of attack from the opposition
press, the only partisan paragraph
it contains being the reference to the
Federal Election bill, now pending in
Congress, which reference ws believe to
be uncalled for. Its existence in the
document spoils the symmetry of the
well constructed paper, judged from a
non-partisan standpoint.
Th? parti of the message which are
' _ T~~
of public interest and importance are
printed this morning, and are deserving
ol a careful reading. While not of extraordinary
interest, it is instructive to
all who desire knowledge of the condition
of public affairs in the State and
of tbo Governor's recommendations,
which may Jiave a beaiitig on our future
welfare. '
FnlM Luvm.
Curing the late campaign the Democratic
politicians vere profuse in their
declarations of friendship for the op-1
pressed farmer, and even weut so far as
to plead for the votes of the Farmer*' j
Alliance on the alleged ground that the
Democracy was the only true friend the
poor farmerhad. They succeeded to the J
extent of getting the undivided support j
of the Alliance organs for the Democratic i
ticket from the head to the tail. Behold
the reSult! Two representatives of the
farming clase went to Charleston and
asked the Democratic members of the
Legislature for recognition in the deal ol
offices. But the election was over, and
it was ntarly two years before another
would take place. So, as usual, the farmers
were turned down and the places
went to others?men who represented
nothing in particular but their ability to
control votes. The love of the Democratic
homes for the farmers is affecting.
" 1 IImui.
The has beon considerable discussion
in the press of the country concerning
the suggestion for tho naming of country
roads and the numberingol fuu bounce,
so aa to permit the preparation of county
directories and road guides, which
1 are of great csnviinicnce to the general
1 public. The scheme has met with great
favor everywhere, and we observe that
in Contra Coita county, California, the
idea hut taken practice', shape, an association
o! enterprising citizens having
been formed to carry it into effect.
In this connection (he following from
the Philadelphia Mjier will be re.it!
with interest:
In Callforuit. ft* la nil pum ot tho country,
roads Uiko on various local names it* towns aro
passed, and there Is much coafUtion; Tin* imo
elation proposes torediicmho number of nao:e*.
nuking the roads hs long ??i*os^Ible under one
5 name. Trie names also will indicate the character
of tlie roads to which they arc to be np)
piled. Tho words or atllxea road. way, ctc, are
i applied only to tho main highway* Laurel
Coaaex la known by the latter part of Its title
, to Imj a connecting road between two o'.bera
and having no branches. Acorn 1/ cal is shown
by its name to have no outlet, and Han Paolo
Exit hhs no outlet by land, but has a water exit.
A pleasing variety of nam-s has f-een provided,
* including three from Yo'apuk. The/ are, (Jlen
, avt??(gralu r?*d), Hlumaven (river roan) and
I'orasvcg (fruit way) Tho roads having all been
* named and numbered, they am accurately mens
tired, beginning at tUe county mmi, or the end
* nearest theeounty seat,aud cach miioalotu: them
r is theu divided into teu equal pans or Imaiji ary
blocks. Tw numbers are a lotted to each
, block, tho odd ones on the left side, and the
even "lira uu mc muti > jh ?? uwuov nnum
I tho block boo "<) the number of tho block. If
tucre should be more tbau one house. then tfcey
are also lettered an 4&>, a. 4&S b, &c. Provisi
n may tbu* be made for 260 bouse* in a bluck.
The number moreover indicates the exact (lis
' tance froiu the court bouae or the beginning of
P the road Tho houao number divided by two,
i nhows the number of bloc** from the commence
incut. Th"> committee ban arranged to have
j metal sbn boards yrceted, to require house
owners to maintain numbered sjgus nu their
r places. and to publish a count" directory, a.
i tax of CC eeuta por thousaud dollars of valuation
L will, it 1( estimated, cover the entire cost oi
i applying ibo sjstora to city streets and country
roads, ami the Board of Supervisors will have
tho work doao unless the taxpayers, after notice,
make objection*. The C'outra Costa plan has
" bee well thought out in all ita details nud
ml^ht be applied here In tho East with grcal
advantage.
1 Literary. Methods.
1 llntton Trantcripi.
i Literary workers do not like to discus*
, their methods. Perhaps they are sometimes
a little ashamed of the machinery
' out of which they got names for their
' characters, just as tbey might be of their
r rhyming dictionaries. Ilow many nu,
ibora have written stories with all the
names left blank, or with the actual
' names o( their best friends or of the best
> known people, and afterward sat down
with a directory, a tax list, the catalogue
of a college, or tho list of victims in a
f railroad disaster, to select or combine la1
boriously tho right names to giv* to
their people! Others dojiot not do this
at all; they think the name to begin
with, and in the evolution of the story
associate the imagined character with
; the name bo intimately that they could
not go on with the story if the personage
were to have any other name. A good
; deal, it is known, depends upon a name;
- and in Bpite of tie progress ol the power
, of the gospel of realism, thore is as yet
no such thing as absolute, common*
place, every-day realism iu flctition
names.
Effective.
An old woman in Dr. Todd's famons
New England church kepi a small gro
eery Btore, and it was currently reported
she was dishonest in her dealings with
the few townspeople who bought of her.
One Sunday Dr. Todd preached a powerful
sermon from the text, "False weights
are an nomination uuto the Lord."
The old woman was much aroused by
the sermon. She was tryiug to tell an
old acquaintance about it.
"A very powerful discourse, Maggie.
Ah, but he came down upon the sinners!
It would ha' done your heart good to
hear him."
"What was the sermon about? What
wasthetext7"
"Ah, I cannot jemember the text
But it wan about weights and measures
and groceries and balances."
"But what was the subject? What
was the theme of tho discourse?"
"Oh, the theme. I don't know. But
this I know, Maggie. I went, right home
and burned my half?bushel 1M
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, \
Lbcas County, j
Faane J. Ciieney makes oath that be
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, Oonnty and State afore*
said, and that said firm will pay the sum
of One Hundred Doixaks for each and
every case ol Catarrh that cannot be
curcd by the use of Uall'h Cataiuiu
Cubs. Fkrnk J. Cheney.
Sworn to beforo me and subscribed
in my presence, this Oth day of December,
A. D., 1880.
/ <?*??. A. W. Gleason,
| heal > Notary Public.
Hull's Catarrh Care ialaken internally
cad acta directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the nratein. Send (or
testimonials, free.
l\ J, Ciiknkv & Co., Toledo, 0.
toy-Sold by Druggists, 75 cents, Dtn"
llow to Ducctfdi
Tbie is the ureal problem of life which
tew satisfactorily solve. Somo fail because
of poor bcaltb, others want of
lack, but the majority from deficient
f:rit?want of nerve. They are neryous,
rresolute, changeable, easily get the
bines snd "take the spirits down to keep
the spirits op," thus wasting money,
time, opportunity and nerve force.
Thero is nothing like tbe Restorative
Nervine, discovered by the great specialist,
Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases,
as headache, tbe bines, nervouo
prostration, slecj>lewnm, neuralgia, fit.
Vitus dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial
bottle and tine book of testimonials free
at tho Logan Drug Cj.'e. mi-.uv _
Bick Unndnelit..
Loose's Red Clover 1'ills cure 81ck
Headache, Dfspcptia, Indigestion, Constipation.
25c per box, 5 boxes (or $1.
For sale by Logan Drug Company. w?
JOB nvsi'i'.raiA,
Indlgaatloa. and stomach Oi.vrJor*, mo
nuows's mo.\ hitters.
All dealonki?i> It. $1 perhou'fi. Genuine haa
trade-mark uud crawl red lluca uu wrupjicr.
Children Crv for.Pitcher's Castoria.
WINTER WISDOH.
Kicknngf. '
Doo'l be oirald o! !rr?h air, but avoid
draughts.
I'ou't go nut cf doors (or a fccosd without
extra covering.
In wccUtuc tour winter undcrdothing,
choose thut whiob is warm and yet core or iets
open lit texture.
Take oil your overcoat when jou enter a
warm plnee. whether office or private dwt Hag,
I even if youruntl* to laotuuiy tiitw wiuufc*.
I If you catch? <?ld or develop a c?ueb, ?et rid
i of It at once 'I hi* ft better than feeling "blue"
and thinking thai pneumonia or consumption
I haj msrked you an a victim.
The best remedy oj c rough or oold (however
stubborn) or n sudden clilU. In pure whiskey.
A does of whiskey in wnter will impart a goner*
our warmth to the whole body uud keep ptt the
dlsctM* ol the maou.
Dou't forget tint only pare whiskey should be
I taken. Unity's Fure Malt Mhmker has the
strongest icc->mB>?!idatlo>?ii from tho leadt'g
doctwts *s to Us cnicluiicy. and from the most
prominent acieiiiiata u 10 iw purity. It Is the
only standard inodiclnal whiskey, Jakeno other
from )?ur drug* 1st ih
HLU UthKAMid ilKLPKK*
Akitcb of aire Kdinun, tVifs of tbe Greatest
of Klactricliuia.
Mrs. Thomna A. Edison, wife of tho
greatest of electricians, is sketchod by
Mi?s Alice Lann'gan in tbe Ladies'
Home Journal for January. Mrs. Edison
is tho daughter of Mr. Lewis Miller, a
millionaire manufacturer and the founder
of tho settlement at Lake Chaufsuqua,
aod was born at Akron, 0., in 1865
She was sent when quite a young girl to
a boarding school at Boston, where bUo
was educated, remaining there, with tbe
exception of her vacation, which were
ppent at Chautauqua or in traveling, until
sho was graduated. While continu*
injfber music and other studies in Boston
after her graduation ebe met Mr.
E.iiflon in the moat ordinary way known
to modern romance, through an introduction
in a mutual friend's drawingroom.
The acquaintance culminated
wi'.irin six months in their engagement
end then very quickly aguia in theii
marriago ''at the home of tho bride,"
Akron, 0., on the 24th day of February,
18S0.
Mrs. Edison baa but one child, a 2-year
old named Madeline, but f?be carea ?01
tho throo children left Mr. Elton by bii
firat. wito like a mother. The Edisoni
now live at Llewellyn Park, Orange.
Mrs. KJibon la quite a fine musician
and she and her step-children constant! t
practice together.
hi appearance Mrs. Edison is very
youthful und charming. Her complex
ion is olive, her mouth firm, teeth good
and ejea u shade darker than tho hair,
which is brown, abundant and wavy,
and is worn parted over her forehead in
a peculiarly becoming way. She is oi
medium height and plump figure. She
dresses handsomely and well, and lookc
what she is?the simple, quiet wife of ?
great and successful man.
Cata mm is not a local bul a constitutional
disease, and requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sareaparillt
to effect a cure. 13
DIED.
CHRYSTAL?On Tuesday, January 13,1831. at (
o'clock ^ j) m., Ma bo a kit, ^ wife of John
UDrY'UU, i<t iau ww jr?f uj uor ojv.
Funeral rervlces Fiiday at 1 p. m. at Wadding
toa Form. Interment ai Greenwood come
tcry. 1 rleiida of the family invite! to ot
tend, Backs leave the MpLuio House al
fsmmg
GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND
it EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. !s
.1 r.napotis, .1'id., Jan. 6, '00.
"J hare often used ST.
J.fCOBS OIL, and find it
a pood IJnimcnt."
ELIHU E. JACKSON,
the cov-?1ma- best.
B^TIJEOn ZA TEMGLI SlT REMEDY (j
i beecham's pills h
For Bjljoss anil Nerrons DUorders. |
"Worth a Guinea a Bex" bat roW gj
for 25 Cents,
BY AfX DHVRGlNTtf. R
AMUSKMUNT8.
"opera house.
SATURDAY MATINEE AND EVENING,
JANUARY 17th. 1631.'
STETSON'S
BIG SPECTACULAR
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
30 PEOPLE 30
Double Bind and Orchcatra, composed of
white and colored inn*l?ian? A pack of Gen*
ulue Uloodhounda. Heated by
THE GREAT K4TE PARTINGTON.
Two Topnies Two Marks, Kva and her Pony,
"Prince/'U?no 8wr Quartette, African Mandolin
Player*, how eoogs, New Music, New "ancec
lCveryifjiuK New. A <^ar toad of Beautiful
a cnerjr. The Grandest Street Parado o?ery
given.
mrKVF.NI^fl PBIGK8 80 and36centf. Bosew-d
MAtu 75 cen's children 26 centa.
o?rji aTIS kR PBlCK8-.?ai.d 24 tcnti. Bo
perv?'dM.'ttt*M centa. < hlldren 15 cents
"aloof scats coin memo* Tnurnlay, January
ISth. at C. A. Hq'ih-V mimic atoro. Jam
EDUCATIONAL.
I. De liHARTAL.
KKAB WHEEUKO. W. VA.
Full English, Mathematical and
Classical Course.
MUSICAL DEPARTMENT
-E81KCIALLY KOTED.10s
atioh ntduarAUio roc beauty and uialtb
Weekly boarder* ordar hcholar* received from
Wheeling or ttus vicinity. A bitter will meet da?
<i?:holius at the ft a. m. motor and return with
tiiuin at 2 p. m.
for further i (articular* apply to
t-c.';t fflB l*IBKCTBB88.
Ilorth Main St. School
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
The aecond annutfl rcsilon will begin MON
PAY, H"f TKMHKK 1G. A graded con no Of iR>
atraotfou, l>w*d upon Kimiral Doveiopmeut,
both of mind and body, will continue to bo carefully
punned. Bot-clnl mlrnuwco* offered to
children who need careful individual aniatauce.
Children received between the agea of 4 aud 10
yean. All the primary Kngllah brancbea, together
wltn OrnI French included in the regular
course. Drawing and Instrumental Muaio alio
provided, Caruftil attention Klveu to tho formalion
of correct habit*of apcceu aud In the ukj of
the voice. **tamraeritig aud other i npedimcnu
of ancecti overcome by instruction biuted upon
natural law. CalixtbcnlAand singing oxercUe*.
accompaniod by piano. Terms moderate.
For circular, call upon or addrcaa,
. MItjfl MAE MLL1E HABT,
au9 . 737 M41n Street.
-? THE CHI
Softens Ou
Controls tha
^ *V iT f/\ Mother* will find
%\l M \ a gentle *lccp, and
VW V e guarantee each
| ^ ^?'n< Uk uc r?prei<
yjjrjd^ john
<88# W*H. 1205 MARK
II 41 ui ^ . ,
MEDICAL. .
Lnvnrt'if cuim comptHmt,
uxnujr Itiiin,,* AffrctlunM and
(Co?Htruest. AtdrucgUU.Price85Ct??
SALVATION OIL
(Prlet only 26 etntl. Sold by all drugglltl.)
Relioies quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Swellings, Bruises, Lumbago,
Sprains, Hoatlache, Toothache, Cuts,
Burnt, Scalds, Sores, Backaoht, &a.
ftUCUtLANCE'SPLUOS, Tht Qrent Tobacco A*
CntiV 11 >*' . P,r * Wt ?. t'nU ilruealstM.
RADAM'S
Microbe
KILLER.
Tie Greatest Biscorery of Ibe 1#.
OLD if THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. HAH
FKVKR, BRONCHITIS, M1EUMAT13M,
DYSPEPSIA. C.VSCKR, 6CROF1
DLA, DIABETES.
BRIGHT'S PIH'A K. MALARTAL FEVER
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In nhort, all forma ot Organic and Functional
, dtefifft. The Cures effected by this Mediclni
' aro in mtny cues
' MIRACLES!
, Bold only lu Jugs containing One Gallon,
' Price Three Dollars-, ,m,u inrct
meat when Health and Llfo can be obtained.
-"Biitoby or THE mlcbob* KllUtt Fbek."For
talo by all Retail Druggtats. Trade mp
i plied by
LOGAN DRUG CO.. 8ole AgenU.
> ocA-i>kv
Tiitl's Pills
BtlmnlBten thu torpid liver, itrangthi
ens thodlRMtivo organ*. reRulntMtlil
bovoli, and aro unequaled u? an
ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE.
In malarial dtntrleU their virtue* art
widely recognised, an tbey poaieitu poc<
altar properties In rr??log tliosyatea
' e o?Vcd "ivoie*. m oil.
Sold Everywhere.
Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, N. Y,
; Health is Wealth"!
menTi a^uurantecd specific for Hysteria, Dix*i
ucas, Convulsions, Flu, Nervous Neu'algla
Headache, Setvous Prostration causid bj tht
usoof alcohol or tbcacco, Wakifulne#s, Monta
Depression, NoUeniug of the Bruin n uniting it
insanity aud leading 10 mi-cry. decay aiul death
l'rematuro Old Age Parrenuwa, Lois ol tfowei
in oiiher n*-x, Involuntary Lows and Bptrmat
orrfirt-acauned by overexertion ol the brain
self obu?e or over-indulRence. Hsch box con
talna ono month's treatment. 91 00 a box, oi
- six boxes for f 5 00, tent by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
we guarantee six boxes
To euro any caso. ?ivh each older received bj
us for six loxe*. accompanied with ft U0, we.wll
send tfti juircliMur our written guarantee to re
fund t*- inoui')- U the trestmont does not ettec
a euro. Guarantees issued only by
McLAIN BROTHERS. Drug lata.
SoleAcenis McLain's Block, corner -arket?n<
Twelfth streets. Wheeling. W Va JalO TThBA*
inn^DO CVTDHfIT
yjtfgSsis BMBai
gLomossoM
Female Weaknew, Ulcers, Turn on, Sons,
Ab(tc?nM8, DIood Poisoning, Halt Rheum,
Catarrh, Eryalpeloa, Rheumatlam and all
utood and Skin Dlacaaea. Pstca f i. per-piai
Bottle. or 6 Bottles for fj. i lb can Solid Bitracl
Detroit,
Solo bv Logan Dru<t Co. \t&
/TS8T\ JAPANESE
o|np|LE
CURE
A gnnrantood Cure for Piles of whatever
kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind
or Blooding, Itching, Chronic, Reoent or
Hereditary. $100 a box; 6 boxoe, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of prioe.
Wo guarantee to onro any case of Pilee.
Guaranteed and sold only by
McLAIX BROTHERS, Drnggislu,
Twelfth and Market 8U., Wheeling, W.Va.
SHO PAW
DRUNKENNESS
Liquor Habit.
mjuimwofiin TNEJtS /SBl/T ONE CUBE
?.....r.? />Ainpu
B*iiMnu uuluch arcuriw.
It can be gt von In coffoc, tea. or In articled of food,
without tliu knowledge of patent If nece??ary;
It la absolutely HarinltrM and will eflbct a iwrnia*
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient U a
moderatodrlnkerornn alcoholic wreck. 1TNEVKit
FAILH. Itoperatmftoqulcily and with such
certainty thct the patient undergoes no Incon*
vi nlence, nnd soon hln complete reformation 11
effected. 48 page book free. To bo had of
LQOAN DRUG CO., Mala atrcet.
an2ft-TThaa Wheeling. W. Va
HE iWCD-HE DIDN'T!
^ rive year* ago botli loaghtoar
advlee. We cure all WEAK- rjra
HECBE1 a Dill Alii OF lt?I. fjjbB
IQUR HEW BOOK!
1 zplalnd all. It* advice le Vital. Tr+mtarltmltrd
'Im*. Don t Trtfla with Disease I KRIK MCD*
ICAX. C?? Baflhlo, nr. Y. Don't fall to
HEED OUR WORDS I
MR B O aod Whlflttey Habltg
B kkBIcured at homewith1
Br 8 U
rm.woolley.m.d.
Atlanta. Ua. Whitehall Bt.
ILD'S CURE WHEN TEETHING,
Sin's Infant Cordial
mt, Allay) Hit Pain, Reducet Inflammation,
BontIs, Curing Summer Complaint, D/ttn Mas,
Flatulence, Wind Colic, tc., Sc.
it very valuable. The child will be relieved, ret Into
wake up cheerful, happy, and feeling comfortable,
bottle, and will refund the price of every bottle not
:nt.
'RICE as CENTa
G. McLAIN & SON,
PROPRIETORS,
ET STREET, WHEELING, W.VA.
NBW ADVKRT18KM KNT8.
TX7ANTED-GIBL TO DO GENww
KRAL housework. Apply atW Sixteenth
atreet. jail*
LECTION NOTICE..
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
The annual meeting for the election of offloen
will b* liel?l this (Thumb?) *110111000 at 4
o'clock.
HOWARD XUZLETT,
Jal3 Secretary.
Q HOMER WELLS,
'-^architect, sROOM
17, BOLLY Bull DIKO,
Wheeling, W. Va.
PRACTICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
0023 RSTIM AT1N c ARK FULLY MADE
A BUSTS' OUTFITS.
DRAUGHTS WB SUPPLIES,
mathematical instruments.
All NIC* roa Xma* PBcaurta.
Complete atock on exhibition at
HItOLL>? ABTNTOBE,
dell Mil MARKET PTREBT.
HAVILAND'S CHINA.
,, li plain white
dkcoJJted.
jt- jjw new patterns
n^klliii 11 DECORATIONS.
EWINQBROS..
jaiS m** Market Pt. oop. Mcl.ure Houie.
yyiKE WORK FOB OFFIOE8,
Wire Work for Builders,
Wire Work for Cemeteries, Wire Work lor
Bouiea, Wire Work of Every Description.
WIRE WORKS, 1707 ROV'F ST.
Telephone 147. W. B. ALLISON.
>O36-TTH?M
Baking Powder
?is?
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
"Menimrj Tfli ktmiciot m> bwt bipb.
; FOR SALE.
Forjr Denlrable Bnlldlni Lot
Oa Noxth York street, opposite Cent. Thomas
rrlnco'n residence; flne view; high ground:
07 fextfrout, running bscic to river, on lino of
new clcctric railroad.
a tlx roomed houso at GOO Market street,
' 11,550.
1TE8T VIRGINIA LASD3
Containing the Virgin Forest, Coal Mid otbtr
' valuablo minerals.
O. O. SMITH,
J114 1219 Market street
jglX PER CENT
Gold Bonds for Sale.
; A FINK INVESTMENT.
{100 000 Favcnswood, Bpenccr A Glennvlllo
Railroad Company thirty year six percent Gold
Bonds. Interest pspable semi annually, Feb
ruary 1 and Aaguit 1. Principal and Interest
1 guaranteed by the Ohio River Ballrtad Com\
pany. Investors should apply at once as these
bonds will only bo offcied in this market until
Thursday, January 15.
)al'i F. P. JBP80N. Cashier.
: NEILL S ELUNGHAK,
Wholesale Grocers
AMD DEALERS IN
Dnrfltnli nAtilmiit A fnmhniilnfifl Prim Ant
Duguau, ruiuauu a vuwubiiqiiu vgmgui,
Lime. Plaster Paris,
Miami Powder, Dynamite, FuBe,
EXPLODERS, BLASTING CAFS.ElC.
Contractors and builders will save money by
getting prices from us bt-Kre purchasing, aa we
are tbe orar hou*o in the city thai carries a
full line of above goods.
defl NE1LL A BLUNOHAM.
OPERA HOUSE.
, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20,1891.
: MRS. SCOTT SIDDONS
IN HER CELEBRATED
' Dramatic Recitals.
PROGRAMME:
Scenes: "Much Ado about Nothing"?
Shakespear o
The Lady Clare ..?Tennyson
i The enator Ent?nKled.MM."J. DeMfllo"
Sleop Walking tfcene: "Macbeth"....Shakespeare
I Selections: David I'-opperBold- ...........Dickens
The Innoccaw Abroad....*?Mark Twain"
Font Buck by the angels...? Ifngbiidgc
I Scene: The Sohooi of ScandaL "rfberidan"
| PaicES?7!c and fife. No extra charge for re.
served seats. Sale of seats commences Saturday,
| January 17. *i o. A Bowe'i Music Store
i Most Worthy Booksfor ParcLase
OR GIFT.
| CHOICE AND POPULAR ALTO SONGS.
i 83 songs-each one a Gem. Price, f l In heavy
paper, tl 25 In bds., and 12 in gilt binding.
THBSONGSOP IRELAND.
A now and carofully revised collection of the
bcit and moat celebrated Irish tongs. Bomo of
tho be?t melodic* In existei oe. and bright,
spirited woids. 06 mdh Price. Si in heavy
paper, 9125 in bds., and |2 in gilt binding.
o
CHOICE BONO COLLECTIONS. ?
Song classics. Vol 1. . m boors. a
3ong Classics. Vol. 2, . 39 songs. s 2
M)njr Classics. Low Voiccfi, 47 songa ? . o
Choice Sacred Solos, . & songs, jg- ?
CholoeeacTed Solos. Low V'cs 40 songs two g
Classic, Baritono and Bass, 88 sonva 5
?:jasslnTeuorBongi, . 86 songs. ?~a^.
Good Old Bongs We Used to "3~:o 8
Sing, . . . US songs.
CHOICE PIANO COLLBCTIOSB.
Piano Classics. Vol. 1, . 44 pieces.
Piano Classics. Vol. 2, . 81 pleccs o _
Classical Pianist, . . 42plo?ea ? g
Popular Dance Collection, 10 pleccs. w *
Popular Piano Collection, 66 pieces. a
operatic Piano Collection, ltf operas. <
Churchill's Birthday Book of Eminent Composers
A handsome and uaeful book. II 00.
Any Book Maliod, post paid, for Betail Prico.
o. nras,^ca-B?'tonwn
Broadway, New York City. de23-nrhaw
JAMES A. HENRY,
Real Estate Agent, U. S. Claim Attorney,
Collector and Xotarj I'ablle.
Expert in pension olatms. No fee unless successful.
Personal attention given to renting
houses, collecting rents and accounts, purchase
and sale of real eMato. and the general manage*
ment of real estate. Icollcctients without loss,
and owners of proporo avoid tho troubles Incident
thereto. 1 prosecute claims for pension,
bounty, 4c. Pensionvouchersoextifled. Depnsi- i
tions taken In Pension olalna Deed*, leases, I
agreements, and other written Instruments prepared.
l can savo claimants In 'the city of Wheeling
and vicinity an Immense amount of correspond- t
once. I an bavo a better knowledge of 3 our
case than an attorney distant from you, who gets
his information by correspondence. lam with '
you. and can complole your case in less tlt&o 1
than an attorney distant from 1 ou can do. {
I hate for sale manufacturing sites, flue residences,
farms, and real estate of every description.
OFFICE: KO. 1012 MARKET ST.
_W?
FltEE, FREE, FREE TRIAL!
ELECTRO NERVINE'
Cures Permanently
All diseases of the Nervous System,either Acute ]
or Chronic in either sex. It Restores Impaired
or lost'Power. Checks all f orma of 1
Waste or Brain; lfakee Btrong the Weak. Full
package, 11; eix for ?&. Trial package 12c (with
book), sent securely sealed on receipt of price.
Addross, DR. 0. F. ADD AM, No, 8701 Cottage .
Grove Ave.,Chicago, tlL no34 I
CKO.lt. TAYLOIV?MARKED DOWN. _
Special Announcement.
GEO. 8. TAYLOR'S
Cloak Department
ALL CLOTH AND PLUSH
T A AIT AM J 0 A A/V11 Afl
dttUMib diiu Muques
Marked Down !
t
Change in the prices taking effect this a.m.,
DEC-EMBER 27th.
MISSES' CLOAKS INCLUDED.
i
Geo. R. Taylor.
TYPEWRITERS, SEWIN'G MACHINES, ETC. EPW.L. HOSE ACQ.
aiclrirrab
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK
TYPEWRITERS, SEWING MACHINES,
BICYCLES,
AND ALL THAT PEUTAINd THERETO 1
10" A full and compltto stock of the licst (he market affords In each line. "??
51 TWELFTH STREET, WHEELING, W. VA.
J. L. BALLARD, Manager j?s
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. REAL ESTATE.
IWiff ToLot.
Storeroom 1CM Market street
... - - m : Storeroom 1 ?a Main street.
Picked np on Our Eastern Trip.
_____ Seven roomed hou?o, with modern improve
menu, 61 *>uth York street
SB Utld Copying Book., 10x11,1 COO PWc. Wc&^'iSpSrtr, *
85 Letter Copyln* Books, 10x14,7C0 Pages. North HaronVtree" property, r.
75 Duplicating Pocket < rder Books. 'i'hree roomed house at 106 Virginia streot.
300 5-S^^Bo.u.exU.fl.or.p.r,
SOO QuTi*. Crown BIaq* Book, ,B
And other small lots secured from manu* Eight roomed house, tilth all modern im
facturers closing out certain lines of goods. provementa. loo Virginia street.
Six roomed houM), with targe yard, very do
-?PRICES ON APPLICATION,? slrable property, 1C3 North Front street
Seven rot mod houso, 27 South Peun street
_____ Ptore room next to dwelling at 1521 Main st
a tv u>T rooDU *Ith *** conveniences at 116!
Stanton 4 Davenport,
* FOR SALE.
1301 Market Street. Ja5 Choloc building lou on Old Fair Grounds and
- * - * Gilchrist's addition Irom 1350 nn,
BOOKS, PERIODICALS Building lots corner Market and Thlrty-flfth
ANDttTATIONERY, StrMU, 25X120,1600.
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES BY THE
YEAR AT PUfcLlSHEBS LASTPRICE* ildo. > ourlutchance ^
A go#d supply of the Cheap Libraries on hsnd. a Comfortable home,' 40 South Broadway. S3,
Tho Pittsburgh Daily Dispatch 16c per week, ioo. " '
80o indudiug Sundays, delivered anvwhere. Eieht roomed house, No 185 Zane street, full
? .V:.1!,. FY'. lot, 60x180,14.000.
lain Vn 1ili MarotitHuit > ?. 1 .oin TIT J #.
'* " * ......... ruui ruuiucu iiuiue, loitf nuuu suuei, uooa
house, tl ,3U0 cash
HOTKLS Thrco roomed houw with small itoro room,
MUAI^a? w 8<m\h Brosdway, near Virginia, fl.eoo.
_ _ r-_ _.tm Wight roomed honse, lot 60x400.
THE RESTAURANT
roomed tenement*. In good condition and good
ft-_ location. They rent to first clam people and
or will par Rood li teroRton money invested. 105,
107 and 1C9 North Frout street.
THE HOTEL WINDSOR "g^E^SST"*
Seal Estate Agent, 1229 Market BL.over Wheat
IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. * n-cho?. j.w.ir> ?u,r?. >o_
For Rent.
The Windsor will he horcafter conducted on
the Amerlcau and European plans. For the ao- P033ESHI0N AT ONCE,
oonmodstlon of Isdles and private parties the pes Monro,
rooms on theseoond door have been specially No.290QEoflTit., storeroom and dwelling .f ;o 00
fitted op with all modern conveniences. No. 2W2 Koff street, 0 rooms... 20 00
Game, Frultn and all eatables in season scrvod No. 87 Ohio street, Island, 6 rooms ?. 15 00
In flrst-dau style de9 No. 2117 Main street, store room 16 00
RFQT'AI IRaNIT possession'apeili.
munflli l No. 33 *00111 Front street, 7 rooma^.... 421 00
-or? 2809 Koff street, 6 rooms........ 16 Ou
No. 2163 Main street, 2 rooms...... . 6 00
AUnTTl\A A TVT "NT No. 2161 Main street,'torerocm... 16 00
. Jrl U i 1 JYI l\ IN IN . SI* room frame, Lealherwood...... -.16 00
?nw.tmf(n, ? Kn irqr MarVntRt No.2208Eoff street, 12rOOma..?. ... f3 83
Successor to I. H. Stamop, Bo. lftSo Market 81., NOi 120K Fourteenth street, 0 rooms.....? 20 00
Opposite tho Postomce. No. M uBlo btreet, 8 rooms 20 00
Having bought the Bestaursnt formerly con* '0'My ? rooms ?... l& 00
dncted by Mr. HtampD, I shall endeavor to satisfy jj?* JJjJ ffitf 'loreroom Z> 00
the raqulrementa of the pubilo by serving mrals No. W00 Main a tree t, 12rooms..?...........~... 60 00
at alliionts in the day and night In the most mTiT" &
tttlsfartory msnnrr. My experience in New Jgw >?"TTSiSJSSl^SfwMaln- 10 00
York and other large cltlfs enables me to answer Mi?% /^SrfSJ?afSSS^m. 8 90
all wishos. please call. Booms who to let. No. 1814 Market street, office rooms.
?PRICES MODERATE.? FOR SALE.
?I?777*-.-.? A No 1821 EolT street, brick H-.f4.000
|ai0 A. HOTTMANN. No. l82Zane street.6rooms?.?2,000
?.. '?_ , No. 2 Virginia street,brick ??? 7,010
WILLARD'S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON* D, C.
Tho moet famous and well-known Hotel in RINEHART&TATUM,
BEU ESTATE AGENTS,
lent to all public buildings. 1*14 1314 Market street
Send two ittmp* tor guiae to- i ' s==g i
O. C. STAPLES. Proprietor jewelry.
DIAMONDS I
~P 1. G. DILLON & CO,
KcLORE HOUSE PHARMACY. rpHE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCESI
1 Model Prescription Store.
W. SEYMOUR, Proprietor. 01""
J. 8. RHODES * CO.
BARGAINS
FINE DRESS GOODS
-AWDRemnants.
JlRHpSSCO.
Our entire stock of Combination
Suits, Scotch Cheviots
and Robe Patterns marked
down to about half price to
close before stock taking.
$15, $17 and $18 Suits,
choice $10, '
All Wool Combination Suits
from $3.25 to $6.00
REMNANTS!
Our Remnant Counter now
ready?If you can use short
ends we will save you money.
J.S.Rhodes&Co.
FURNITURE, GARI'ETg, ETC.
G. MENDEL
cft? CO.
HOW TO HfiVE fl
Jolly Christmas
?-i?iMAKE ?
PRESENTS
*T0 YOUR
Father, Mother, Sister,
Brother, Wlfo or Husband,
Children, Neighbor,
Friend and Sweetheart,
and select them
from our fine stock ofARTISTIC
FOBNITURE
?'AND
HOUSEHOLD DM
I
' Af V llBlNft
Captivating and Gbanoing Gifts
FOR EVERYBODY.
Prices that will Receive Your
Favor-NONE LOWER.
G. Mendel# Co.,
No. 1124 Main Street
WHEELING, TV. VA.
Store will be open hereafter
until 9 o'clock p m.
PLUMBING, OAS & STEAM FITTING
bbst faocetTIT tee world"!
CALL AND HE TEEM AT
TRIMBLE & LDTZ,
1418 * 1418 BSBB St. Whrtllm, W.V?.
O.E0.HIBBEKD480N,
U Snooeuora to Thompwi A Elbbtrd,
Practical Plambers, Gas & Steam Fitters
bea88 founders.
sfSSi^^ou0" 8tMm
1814 Market sr., whatiioc. w. Va.
AH work promptly Cone at moat reasonable
prloaa. ^
X\rHL HA EE & SON,
" " PRACTICAL
Plumbers, Gas aid Stum Flttan, [
MS. n TWELFTH 8TUXT.
All work dono promptly ?t reasonable uric?.
CORWICK AND TIN HOOFING
Galvanized Iron Cornice
AND
Tin Roofing.
. Special attention given to all kinds o! BX?t
Isoh andTin work on bnlldlags. AlaoSm.
and F*lt Booruvo.
Call and set price# before contnetlnf. ulun
prepared to give BARGAINS in that lino of work*
B. F. CALDWELL,
1 1?U Corner Main and Sooth attwtli
WANTED.
117ANTED-A GOOD FIRCT^ui
V V cook it onco. do waiblDK " irool^
Short tU'UUioe Iron motor Hue. AMtaC?r
S. II.." tbU once. ju*CHANCE
IN A LIFETIME~FOR
men with capital and tcUve men with
capital to MCUM a plcaiaat anil iirolliffi
btuluou. No drooca or curlo?lty iwken ??;
applr Addreaa with two ?ut stamp, conki J
UAVKD ADJUSTABLE SHOK CO , iS
l?9nSr
WANTED.
TO BUY OB BENT.
House vrith eight or mororooms. Muit u
ioulh of Ninth, north of Twenty-fourth end
west of Jacob street* u
GEO.J.MATH1S0N,
Real Estate Accnt
1*9 1_jg rUp!ltie 8irf?t
GENERAL NOTICES.
J^OTIOK "
The undorslgnod la the regular appointed
gent for the sale of the MUler Cbemkal Fin
Extinguisher. Personal Attention #iren to all
extinguishers sold by him. Charges for reaillng
always on hand* Address No. 134 8liteta&
street, Whoellng, W. Va.
]a9 . . J. A. pLXNlKn.
JJEMOVED.
REDMAN & CO.
Haye removed their Machine Shop to the aev
corrugated iron building on Chapllue street, between
Scvonteonth and Eighteenth strceu, and
are now ready for business at tne new place, lid
MUTUAL SAYINGS BANK.
No. 1316 MarKet Street.
The Trustees of this Bank, la order to sown,
modate ftUolasscs of depositors, havo treaded
the Quaiitm-Day to include
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1891.
All deposits nude on or beloro that dir will
share in the July dividend as if dopdiltedto
fore January 'ft. 1891 Blnco commeueiu* bailnets
the Bank has paid the depositor* at the rats
of poor ru cent per annum, each deposit bearing
interest from the first day of the quarter next
after beiwc made. This eitension allows luterett
to begin January 1st on all money deposited on or
before Jsnuary 10th, alter wklch day lutereit
will begin on April lit.
lal Ai hX. WITflHKLT.. Trcawinf.
STOUt IJOLDKIIS' MEETINGS.
^J-OTIOE.
Insccordanco with the provisions of the bylaws,
the annual meeting of the stockhol4e?,ol
Wheeling Tltlo and Trust Company will be held
at the oflloe of the company, Room i, Reiiir
building, Market street, on Monday, Jauuarr li
1801, at 2 o'clock p. m. '
Jal THQ3. O'BRIEN, Fee retarr.
QTOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
o whbe>.1ng female college.
a general meeting of thto stockholders oi the
Wheeling Female Collf*o will uc held on Wfd*
nesday, tue 21st day of January, I8?i, at 2 o'clock
p. m.. at the ofBce of tienrv If: List, for the pur*
pose of considering the advisability of dUcon*
lining ihe business end closing uj> the sOtiu
01 MO OOrpoi?HUUr "" ?UI,U umn 'luiiutu
aa may properly come before said meeiin*.
By ortler of the DIRECTORS.
, B. I. J mow. Secretary. w
^jotioe.
The stockholders of The Riverside Iron Works
will take notice that whereas the Board ol Directors
of said company at a meeting ol uld
Board held on Ike 27th day of Dewmber, A. 0.
18W, passed a resolntion In the words 'oliowin#:
" Jtoototd, That the atockholders of The RUetside
Iron Aortal he recommended at their snnnal
meeting to bo held on the 28th dsy 61 Jtuoary,
A D. 1891. to pass a resolution Incrwuini
the capital stock of said company from the ?uri
plus lund o! said company, irom one million
dollars to fifteen hundred thousand dol.sri. or
from ten thousand shares of tbo par value ol
one bnndreo dollais per share to flltten thou?
sand snares of the par value of ono hundred
dollan per share" Now, therefore,
I, j, N. Vance, m President of The Hlvenlde
Iron Works, and I, John D. Cuitertaon. si tecMid
rowlntion wueoil by tbo Kid Bo?rd ol Director,
u aforeaald; and wo do lurilicr nolllj
Hid atoekholdera that vre.J. N. Vance and John
1). Culbortaon.orono or the other olu* will,u
itockboldors In the Klveraido Iron Wort,, ail
at the Mlil annual moetmg to be held on liie
aid 28th day of January, *.D. lffll.ualormld,
offer the following reaoltillon lot adoption to
uld alockboldera In meetlnj to aaaemMed.tU;
la to my: "BcaolTOd, tbattbe capital Mock ol
The Blveraldo iron Work, he iMWMedlrorajJ*
uiplua lund ol Mid company Irom one million
to Alteon hundred tbouwud dollar, and U>?
number of shsres from teu thousand oi the psr
Taluo of one hundred dollars per share to fifteen
thousand shares of the par value of one hundred
dollars per sbaro, Y> itneas, tlio signature of the
a<td J. N. Vanoo, ai President of, and the ?aid
John D Culbertson, as Kecretary ol tho Hirerside
Iron Works, as well as their personal m|
tureeiu their individual right u stockholders
In the said The riverside Iron Works.
' THE R1VER8IDK IRONWORKS,
by J. Vanc*, Its President,
and Jso. D. Culdwwon, its Becroiary,
r u ti.wM I A? Hiwkhiil.ifrs In Ihf
Jko. d'culmbhok. f fiifeniae lion Wotki
deg
! |<OK?4tiE.
, 17*0 R 8ALE?$600 EACH BUYS LOTS
1 r No. 88 aud IW lu block No. 2. Old Fair
Around addition. Size 80x120. Most bo aold
for caab at once. ROLF A UARVKY, 1311 MarVet
atroet. \ jtio
\?OR 8ALE?A SMALL FARM OF
I 85 acres of good land, ten mile* from
Wheeling, on the National road, on which u a
new nouse of seven r?omfl, Rood orctmrd tod
, .good outbuilding. Tito minutes' wa'k Iron
' iPoint Mill's Station. will sell on long time or
, exchange for city property. or termi. Ac., ad*
i dress, J If. K "OaTRnnoy'i Point, W. Va. IsM
yTOOKS FOB SALE.
15 shares Junction Iron Company.
80 abates Bella Ire Nail Works.
20 shares LaBelle Nail Mill.
16 shares Dollar savings Bank, of Bellaire.
6 shares Taylor National Bank of Texas.
25 shares benwood Iron Works.
4 shares Bison Glass Co.
R. 8. IRWIN,
Ja8 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth Street. _
JPOBSALE.
?OS BA8Y TERMS.?
A lot on EofT street between Eleventh sad
Twelfth streets, on which are some ordinary
buildings, renting for |23 per month,
JAMES L. HAWLEV,
3*8 141Q Main street. _
J^OR SALE.
LARGE LOT, corner Market and Twentyfourth
streets; desirable for manufacturing site.
SEVEN ACRE8 near Elm Grove; desirable for
gardening.
W. V. HOGE & BRO.
de<l HCO Market strut..
OMAI.L FARM FOR SALE.
o (1 .
Containing thirty-four acrtt, rich foil. Rood
Improvements. tine orchard of choice Hull,
good dwelling honae and good bam. bltu?u?i
close uiHt. uXalravtlle, Belmont county. Ohio.
Cheap and tasy term*.
R. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Real K?tate Agi ni.
dot Bridgeport, UMo^
FINE, SECOND-HAND
Knabe Square Piano
rOB BALE CHEAP AT
F. W. BAUMEB & CO.'U
de6 1810 Market 8trM.,
pOR SALE.
That desirable property, 1W1 and 1923 Main
street, Wheeling, auitablo for dwelling*, Morel
or boarding bouaea, or with alight alteration!,
would in..uea good manufacturing aito. bowl,
dry cellars under both houaea. ?*
ctUUo* unsurpassed. For terms. etc., i* ou or
address J. J. FADEB,
OQIO Wheeling. W.\a. .
(STOCKS, BONDS AND REAL ?8O
TATE FOR BALK.
90 shares Benwood Nail Mock.
U aharca loo and Storage a lock.
16 shares Belmont Nail atock.
BEAL XSTATX.
House 1207 and 1209 lfaln street.
Booth ChapUue street building lot. ? ,,
_Lota 1, 2 and 8 Gilchrist's addition, toulh
Front itreet.
Booth one*half lotM North Main street.
House 81t> North Main street.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
8ecr*artW. T. AT. Co.and Broker. Kooa 1,
BeUir Building, Market atrect. Telepout M.
J^IFTY YEAB 8IX PER CENT
COLD BOND8 FOR SALS I
A limited number of Wheeling Brld/c ATer*
mlnal Hallway Company tlx pti rent flr*v oort?UO
fifty rear Gold Bonda are hereby plfcrta
For tale Tbeae bouda are lecured by a de?*i ?)
troat on the Bridge Terminal track# and otber
property of this company, and are believed u>
be a good, Mfe and permanent Investment.
teicst payable lull yearly. Apply to
GEO. W.ECKHART.JIU,
Cuhl.i People'. B<uU,ot
THOMAS V'BKIE.V,
. OCM m.1 K.I.I. .nri Block Unit" <
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