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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, January 15, 1891, Image 3

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IT? BALE.
fpiaSTKK'H SALE " "
X OK VALU4BLK KEAL K8TATJS.
Hr rfrtuc oi?deed of trust executed to me to
juan *i-ec2 ;*th do of *u*ust, 1W0. and
In Weed ol Trust Book Aio.itl, ptnfl,
c! the i?cords ot Ohio county, West Virginia, i
vlli. uQ
THURSDAY. NOVKMBSB 27,1830,
vocccd to sell a: public auction to the highest
Jnj U-i bidder, Ht the north frontdoor ol the
rouit Home ol Ohio county, the followlngdeicriMd
rem estate, to-wlt:
ut ?A oerialu tract of land containing one
hundred and icvcntyfoar and Mute-fourth
iiu'i) a Ki. more or Imss, situate j lu the county
otdo and rftate of we*t Virginia, on the
waters ft Utile Wheeling Creek, and bounded
u foiiutf. t i mtt: Beginning at a sugar tree on
hAiik oi dra'ii aud running thenoe north
II- weft S- I'Olv'. to a wtitto onk adjoining hwds
onacrly ?*"*d by Ueorae Deuicut; thence south
7? we?t 1W po.es to a white oak adjoining landa
irnerly owned by John Wayt; thenoe eonth 7?
,Mi a pole* to a sugar tree by a branch; thenoe
own Mid branch according to the meanders
lcreof and binding theieou 24) polo* to
mjK*r trie ?>u tuc bank of laid branch,
iciut! according to tno meanders and
udiug thereon poles to the be*
num., being the Mine tract of land conveyed
tbesaM Jatnv* Kino by Wm.T. dicholsand
It i>j deed dated March au, 1875, and recorded
Dci-d tfoo* w. page 271, of the records of Ohio
amy.
A tract of land situated in Ohio oonnty.1
?t Virginia, adoinlug lands of John Marline
I k M. J/axweJJ. beginning at astake in said i
rilni{'? lino, corner to R. M. tiaxweU, thence
h Maxwell's liuo south east 24 t.olcs to
ake near a road; tinnee north 2&J4" west
?to r. beech tbence north 89? west 20 poles
ctasu in Mid ilurling'a line; thenoe with
line south i- wen >3 poles to tho beginning
alnlng 1 acre and V5 square rods, and helnjr
acne property conveyed to said James Kino
irati C. uegartno, by deed dated June 2S
and recorded in Deed Book 77, page M ol
ccords ol Ohio county.
-a certain tract of land situated in tho
oTin ly of uhlo.aud bounded and descrlbtd
Iok-k. to wit: & ginning at a stake 15 feet
the middle of tne new road, on Dlxou'a
ton; wencc uuiu???i ?*?? ?- ?- ~.
her to James hlue; theuce southwest to ft
ulce 15 feot from the middle of Mid uew road;
thence with said road and on a tine with the
Mme to the beginning. containing one aore,
more or leu, and being the tame property con?f(.l
to Mid Jnineu Kine by Margaret K. whlt^
hiia and i.u-i'ui.'i! by deea dated Jane 1, 1881
snd M-nrdtd In lived book til, page 106 of the
noords of Ohio county.
tth.-Lot No. 10 ax the umo is designated on
the pUt ot the tn.vu of l riadeliihia, in thocounuoi
uhlosnd 8iatuof Welt Virginia, fronting
jofect on tho Jia'loual road antf running bade
lju feet to an p.lley, being the same property
couvot'l to said James une by W. P. Huboanj
tnuteo, by dead dated November 8, 1X79, ant
mcorded in Deed lijok OJ, page 811, of the reco;J*
l/I Ohio county.
ith.-a certain lot or ground aituatcd In tho
town oI Klin Urove, county uf Ohio and State of
Wot Virginia. and described aa follows, to-wit:
geglnulug Ht a point lu the line of tho National
goid at the turner of tho school house lot;
thenco uorth 8?^ vest 165 feet; thencc south
7J west &7 feet; thence in a direct line to tne
National road, fortnlug a rlaht angle with the
Hue of the mgih; theuce following the line of
Mid road feet aud 7 Inches to the place of bofinning,
being tne same property conveyed to
Mid James liluu by Eliza Ann Dennis and husband
by died dated a*-ptetnbcr 2B, 1KW, and rocorded
in Deed book 7C, jiago 108, of the records
ol ubio couuty.
gai'i aalu wlllr.coinmencc at 10 o'clock a.m.
of isld day, aud wl.l be made on the* following
terms and condition*, to-wit: Oaotblrd the
purchase money cash on tho day of sale; onethlr
1 thereof, with Interest, in one year from
ild date, and the residue thereof, with interest
in two yeais from said date, tnu purchaser glvlng
his notes with good tecurity, to be approved
by me, for said deferred payments, and the
local title to said property to be retalued by
me an a further security until tho purchase
mouey Ik fully paid. rtvu-eMlonof ?ald properly
will be given ou the tlrst day of April, 1891. Tho
title to the above property is believed to be
goo l. but telling as trustee, 1 will convey only j
lucli title as Is vetted in mo by eald dee* of
trust. J. m. bOMMKKVlLLK,Trustee.
W. H. JIaujek, Auctioneer.
Static or We>t Vimhnia. ,
covfrrr or Ohio, to wit;
1, Gcorgo Hook, Clerk ol tho Couuty Court of '
aald county, do certify that bend and security I
tun bee. given by tbo abovo named trustee, as i
required by law.
(ilveu uudcr my hand this 'iSth day of October, !
l?W 1
osOOtwar GEJ&GE HOOK, Clerk. |
Tho abovo solo Iuh been continued until !
SATURDAY. DtCKMBKK, 20. 1WQ, at same I
time apd place. J. D. 6UUMERV1LLE,
noJS-awar Trustee, j
The al>ove falo tins been continued until Tue?- I
day. January 0, imu, at *ame time and place. ,
Ji'Ji J. IS. SOMMEltV1LLE, Trustee, j
The above talo has been continued untilTucs- |
ilsy, January 27,1891, at same time and place.
jaSTrhAH J. B rtOM ^KRVILLB.Trustee.
rjlRUcilEE'fl SALE. . !
-4L
By virtue ot a deed of tnut made by Carollue ,
HeUo (*luce deceased) William HcifO aud Hen.
ry iH'i.-u to mu m trustee, datefl January 24, 1*85,
recorded in the office of the clerk of <he County ?
Court of Obio County, Wbst Virginia. In Deed
of Trust Book No. W, pago >22,1 will sell at the
north front door of the Court Houio oLjuUd
county, on
BATURDAY, the 31st DAY of JANUARY, 1891,
beg'nnlngat 10 o'clock'a. m..tho following described
property, that i? to fay: All the Inter
eiu of Mid panic* in and to Uio north half of
lot numbered twelve lu square sis in tbat part
o( the city of Wheeling, C hio County, West Virfinis,
tormerly celled Kiebiotown, but now ]
califa south V\ heeling
The iutereat of said Caroline Ueise in said
property was a dower interest ss the widow of |
Henry Weltc, defeated. which In tores t was extlnculihed
by her death; aud the Interests to b*
sold ate tlit) undivided two thirds belonging to
said William tielso and Henry Heine as twool
the three children ana heirs at law of laid Hour)
Belie, deceased.
Tntiiso'SALK:-One-thlrd and as much more
ss the iiurchaxer elects to pay in cash on the
day of sale, the balance in two equal install*
merit* at oue and two years, notes bearing Interest
from the day of salo to bo given for the
deferred payments, the title to be retained until
payment la made in full.
W. J. W. COW DEN, Trustee.
W. n. BALi.tR, Auctioneer de?
JUUSIEE'S BALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust made by Mary
Emma Jisclis truth aud H. Chaa K?chatruth, her
husband, to me us truatee, bearing dato May 1st,
A. D lsv.?, aud recorded iu the office of the Clork
oi the County Court of Ohio county, West Vlr*
ginta, in Deed of trust Hook No. ia. pago 290,1
will proceed to hell at public sale at the front
door oi the Court House of said county on
BATURDAY, the 7th day of FEBRUARY, 1891,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m , the following described
property, that is to say:
ThoMuth thirty-three (33) feet of lot nnmbertsi
elcveu (It) lu squaw numbered aix (6) in
the City ??f Wheeling, ohio county, West vlr
Rial*, iu that part of the h ild City of Wheeling
formerly known us Ritcbletown.
Being the >atno property which was conveyed
to *.ho said Mary Emma Kschstruth by Hiram M.
TUieher by detd dated August fttli, 1887, and
recorded iu the stid clerk'a oilier.
The title to toe above property ts believed to
be perfect, but selling as trustee I will convey
only the title vested in mu by said deed of trust.
Turks ok :ul?-One third and as much m?ro
as the } urcbaser electa to pay in cash, the bai
ance In two equal Installments, payablo respectively
iu six and twelve months from the day of
Mic. now# dcmrjtig interest irom we uay ui ???
to bo kIvcii (or tbo deferred payment*, lb? liu*
to be ictalucd uuiil payment I* made la (all.
Jii-t C A. SCHAKKKK. Trmtee.
rjMiUbTEE'ti SALE.
Dr vlrtuo of a deod of trait made Uy^amca
Smith. jr.. to me m trustee, bearlt'g dale on tnt
17th day of .November, la ttao jr?** 1888?
tveor led In th? oBlce of tlio Clerk ol tha Oomiiy
Court of Mauball county, West Vlrglula. in
Dtx'il of Trust Book no. 8,pagei.?3 and 291.1
will prtceed to sell at publlo auction on the
premises lo bo jwld lu tbe city of Bonaood, in
said eouuty. on
SA rUEDA Y, tho 11th DAY of PBB&U ABY, 1891,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., tho foilowlngde
crtlHid rval csuito, situated lu tbe said city oi
Kenwood, that is to say. all tnat lot No. 8?
(thirty-ulue) In Uchad's Third Amended Audi
tlon to tbe said city of Beowood. bclug tbe same
property granted aud conveyed to the said Jamca
Smith. jr., by A. J. Clarke, special commissioner,
by deci dated tho 17th day of November, 1888.
Ticnua or SAUt-One-thlrd, or aa mucn
moreai tho purchaser may elect, cash in nana
ou tbe day of tale, and the balanwi In two equal
installment*. juijrablo rwpoo.lvely In ilx antwoive
month from tho day of sale, with Intor
wi. tlie purcbaser to' giro nil not<?? for the de
lerrwl Installment#, with securJtyMtJsJactory to
tlie undersigned trustee. . ?
iai:i G ko. B. CALDWKLLi Trustee.
LEGAL XOTIUK8.
J> HOBATE OF WILL.
Owes or rat Clerk of rut Cousity Courr or
Ohio Couktt, Wbst Virginia.
In the matter of the probate of tho last^will |
a?'i tmtament of 8amuel McCarty. decotsed
Tim i.f th? hKiitinn fli?d in thl* matter
on tho voih day of August, 1890, la to have ad*
altted to probate a pui?r writing purporting to
tw the Uut will of tfamuet WcCartr, deceaiod. I
tearing dauj on tho t>th day of Marcb, 1890 i
And it appearing from an affidavit fllod with
ttc in ray oflico that Marliu JJcL'arty and Karri*
?n M.h arty, perrons who aro therein. and In
MM KtUitm declared to bo intoroitea intbe
probtto of tho Mid will, are non-rcaldenu 01
this ><t?to. it la ordered that they do appear at!
olHco lu tbe City of Wheeling. In tho county
an 18uto aforesaid, on the 23th day of January,
ISM, at io o'clock a. m., and do what It necessary
to protect tbelr intorod In a?ld matter.
1 UDiifihcd iheilrat timo. i.oeomber 25,1891
fiKOKOE flOUK, Clerk.
. c. R K OitritmsT. >ttn?n?v
FOR KENT.
FOR ItENT-STORE ROOM. COR
Third and Main stxeots. Apply to K,
yM)Y.iiof,Ma?n street. de4
"|?0H RENT-FROM APRIL lit,
*- honse No. 2314 Main street, containing aix
?omi. por fan information apply to No. 2812
Main street. jal
pOR RENT-THREE 8IX ROOMED
* houses. one on south York street. Poa
"won given February 1. Inquire of OHLOF1T
4ank, no i>ft nonth rennstreet. Ja9
"IfOR RENT-THE THREE STORY
* brick dwolling, situated at No 1102 Chap*
?????. will be put la flm class order for
Vot ttnns apply to thkTott
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?OF lilt?
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and the many ills depending
on a weak or inactive
condition of the
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?so THAT?
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HEAD
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while others do not _ _
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YOU ^^vAILS
KNOW^g^YOU?
j You fool tired?Do you know what II
I .? v>.. ?iviiv? Yot
meansi xwume?v? cough
la tho morning?Do you realize
tliocause? Your appetite la poor?'Wlial
mokes It bo? You seem liko a cluing^
person to your friends?So you law*
what is tho matter, or hsu the Chang*
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notico ?
Yon have Consumption)
Wo do not say this to frighten yon
but it is truo. These aro tho turo symp
tomsof this terribledlsoasc. Theroisom
thing which will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S
ENGLISH REMEDY,
Ills rwoonwided by the hwl FhjrskHsns In Suroy
and A mono*.
U Mat* 00 NRtiimi.M per Itoltk
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[Continued from Pint Page.]
purposes, be made oflensee punishable
by fine and imprisonment.
ACKNOWLXDOMKMT Or DUOS.
There is a general complaint througbout
the State tbat by reason of the incompetency
or carelessness of notaries
and other officers certifying to the acknowledgment
of deeds under our statutory
forms, the title to a large amountof
real property is clouded by dower Interests
or contingent rights of dower. If
the privy examination required of married
women ever served any good purpose,
it has certainly long since ceased
to do so, and as certificates of acknowledgments
are chiefly defective in respect
to such privy examination, I particularly
recommend that the law be so amended
as to require tne same examination
only of a feme com as is required of a
feme toU.
CEHTA1.V CLASSES OF PBOl'XBTY HOT
TAXXD.
The tax law should be amended with
reference to certain classes of property
used and found within the State, belonging
to or claimed for certain foreign corporations,
and now escaping taxation.
The Pullman Car Company's sleeping
chair and parlor cars compose a considerable
part of nearly every passenger
train on our trunk linee; fares are collected
by all persons who ride therein
by the company's employes, and the
railroads pay to the Pullman Company
in addition a sorvice mileage at the rate
of two cents per mile for each car. The
State should subject this property to
taxation ansa rquiunie tasia.
Many railroad and coal companies
throughout tho State are using leased
cars and perhaps other rolling stock be
longing to foreign car trust companies,
which under present laws are not assessed
(or taxation. The quantity and value
of euch property used and found in the
State is rapidly increasing every year
Our anwu'iient laws should be amended
to reach this class of property.
Under n-cuoun V ami 13 ul chapter 34
of the Code, foreign telegraph companies
operating in \Vest Virginia re
port only the gross receipts for messages
sent to or received from points within
the State. The receipts for messages
sent to or roceived from points without
the State nre not reported or taxed. If
the inter-State commerce clause of the
Federal Constitution forbids this being
done, some other mode oi taxation
should be devised in the premises.
' BHElTOrt COLLSQB.
In compliance with a joint resolution
passed at the last session of the Legislature,
I appointed a commission to inquire
into and report upon the expediency
of purchasing Shetton College, in
nanawDa county, tor an acauemy tor
colored youth.
DELINQUENT AND POBFXITIO LANDS.
These ol oar lands commonly denominated
wild lands are rapidly increasing
in value. Many tracts bat recently
regarded as compasatively worthless
are now o( ready sale at good prices.
Large bodies of such lands belong to the
State through forfeiture and sale for
nonpayment of taxes. Whatever legis
lation is necessary to secure to the State
value ot euch lands should be enacted.
A large portion of these lands, also, is
in possession of settlers under junior
grants or purchases at delinquent taxMiles
and "slea made by Bchool commissioners,
tho senior titles to which are
valueless, having been forfeited for non
payment of taxes. Nevertheless, I am
informed that in numerous cues persons
holding these forfeited and worthless
titles have them entered upon the
assessors' books, possibly a score of years
after such delinquency and forfeiture,
without paying or having thorn charged
with back taxes; allow the lands to be- '
come again delinquent and forfeited and
sold for taxes, buy them in, or purchase
brough the school commissioners, thus
"blaming deeds therefor, and placing
themselves in a noeition to blackmail
ibo settler, who, though he may have
the belter title, usually prefers to compromise
the matter rather than defend
an action of ejectment, often brought in
the federal court and involving an expense
equal to the value of the land in
controversy.
1 urge such changes in the law, er the
enactment of such new measures, as will
prevent the entry of forfeited lands
upon the asseseors' books. Penalties
should be enacted against persons procaring
it to be done, as will as sgainBt
the officers who in violation of the law
make such entries.
K0TAR1ES PUBLIC.
I recommend such changes in the laws
relating to the appointment of notaries
public as shall authorize such appointments
to be made by the Governor only
upon a certificate from the circuit or
county court of the county wherein the
applicant resides, to the effect that he is
of good moral character and comnetent
to discharge the duties of the oflico.
I would also suggest an amendment
providing that appointments hereafter
made be for the fixed term ol five years,
and requiring every notary so appointed
to designate upon his seal, or in
writing in any certificate signed by him,
tbo dato of the expiration of bis commission.
LAND-BOOKS.
In obedience to a resolution of the
Legislature adopted st its last session, I
have made inquiry relative to the matter
of securing from the State of Vir?inia
the land-books and other records
or copies thereof) pertaining to land
titles in West Virginia. *
TUB cuubkblaud road.
Chapter 10 of the Acts of 1800 provides
for turning over to Ohio county ao
much of the Cumberland road aa liea
within thia State, conditioned, however,
upon the County Court of said county
agreeing to assumo the care and control
of the road, which has not been done.
The Board of Public Works la not
charged with any duty more onerous
than that of caring tor tbia road. The
Wheeling & Elm Grove railroad runs
much of the way on the road bed, and
owing to thia fact questiona are constamly
arising upon which the Board
cannot act Intelligently without going
upon the road. This is expensive ana
often takes from tbe Capital all the executive
officers at the same time.
I recommend that an act be passed
turning over toObiocounty tbe maintenance
and control of the Cumberland
road and relloving tbe Board of Public
' Works of all care and responsibility with
respect thereto after a certain fixed date.
EDUCATION.
The roport of the State Superintendent
of Free Schools snd of the Regents
of the University and Normal Schools
amkrarn thnmnchlv thfi rhief
features ol the educational work of the
Bute la reaped to both common schools
and the institutions for higher education.
The tables relating to teachers,
, scholars, property, amoont and sources
. of revenue, in tho report of the State
. Superintendent, contain much information
of Interest and value. I would ask
the careful consideration of all aubjecta
discussed by him looking to the advancement
of educational affairs in the State.
From the tables which he furniahea I
take the following data, showing by
comparison the magnificent growth of
, our public school system rrom 1870 to
1890:
1870 1890
. Whole number achool
bouses 2.118 .jMM
Bchool population 162,482 900,320
Averago dally attendauce.....
66,063 121,700
f Numberol leachcrsem* . _
a ployed........ ..... 2,400 6,191
. Value of school prop*
crty ......!.4l,012*2 00 tWJM 00
2 Amount ol teachers'
Klirlei. ZOZ 220,7M 00 983,901 W
Irreduclbtaachool fund ZB.SOO 00 MWol
General school fund., 288 iw 02 800,431 23
I Total coat of oducatloti 470,12tf 43 1,298,164 W
Coat per capita, based
on the ennumemlon 2 90 4 M
Coit per capita, ba?cd
on the enrollment 6 38 6 70
Hie figures lor 1870 represent 17 months' collections;
those for 1800,12 months.
Tax UNIVXB8ITY.
The West Virginia Univeraity ia in a
prosperous condition. It has entered
upon and maintained a steadily increasing
measure of standing influence. In
the absence ol untoward circumstances,
and 'fostered and encouraged as the
beat interests of general education in the
State demand," which is the constitutional
requirement, I can see no reason j
why it should not attain to a leading
place among the like institutions of the
country. The attendance last year was
208.
STAT* NORMAL SCHOOLS.
The President of the Board of Regents
the Normal Schools makes a very satis- ]
factory exhibit, in his report, of the bp- j
orations of these schools for the past two |
years. Their growth has been con- ,
scant and steady and the excellent char- '
acter of their work must serve to j
strengthen their bold upon public favor.
The needs of these several institutions
are set forth in the report referred
to, and I commend the adoption I
of a liberal policy in all matters pertain- j
ing to their support and future useful- s
tictiti*
HOSPITAL FOB THB IN0ANK.
I refer you to the biennial report of v
the Board ot Directors and Snperintend- (
eat ot the Hospital for the Insane, Irom j
which it appears that the institution is a
being well and frugally managed. p
Although a comparison of the pres- ?
ent report with those of previous years c
shows a regular and rapid increase in e
the number of patients, the Superln- c
tendent estimates that there is sufficient c
room in this institution, at the same t!
ratio of increase, to accommodate the in- f,
sane of tbe 8iate for two years to come,
having due regard to tbe best results in
the care and treatment ot those admitted.
&
Since the hospital was opened, in 1804, d
there have been admitted 1,034 male j
and 1.388 femalo patients, making a total t,
ol 3,032. Of these 802 were restored to g
mental health, making the percentage a
of recoveries 28 52 Xho percentage of ?
recoveries during the fiscal year 1888-9 p
was 33.33, and during the lost fiscai year ?
20.01. t!
Particular attention is directed to the e
report oi tbe superintendent touching a
the pollution of the waters ot tbe West
Fork liver by tbe discharge therein of K
sewerage from the asylum. The Sec re- a
tary oi the State Board of Health also ..
calls attention to this matter. I recom- 6I
mend that prompt action be taken to i;
remedy the evil complained of.
SECOND HOSPITAL FOR THE IftHANB.
xne report 01 tne iioara 01 Directors
oi the Second Hospital for the Insane J
gives inclination concerning the pro- a
Kress made In the work of construction, si
if the necessary appropriations are made d
the new hospital will probably be com- ie
Sleted and read; for occupancy by the u
rat of August next. e'
STATE BOARD OE HEALTH. "
The State Board of Health has dis- a
charged its duties efficiently. Its report
Dhows what baa been accomplished, and
is fall of information. tt
SCHOOL, FOB THE DEAF AMD 1IUSD, "
I earnestly recommend an appropria- ''
tion sufficient to meet the very neces- j,
sary wonts of this institution. Its facii- tr
itles for future work should bo increased
in accordance with the request of the L.
Directors and Superintendent. The "
present capacity of the school is taxed H
to the utmost limit. There is still a ol
large number of deaf and blind in our ct
State who are entitled to receive the >1
benefits of education and training af- n
forded by this institution, and pro via- la
ion shonid be made for their accommo- et
dation. hi
STATE I'ENITE.VTMRV.
The Directors and the Superintendent
of the Penitentiary present a full state
*. -* it? -or.: it,. T? t
ill Oil b ui iud auauo vi mo pjisuu. xt u
BetauB to be well managed. T
Under our present system of contracts m
the effect of convict labor in competition tt
with ir.ee labor is not felt to any appro- bi
ciable extent. However, the earnings tt
of the prisoners are considerably less n<
than the expenses of tbe prison, tbe de- in
ficiency for tbe next two years being A
estimated at $24,000. aj
Prisoners must iiave employment for
their own good, and it is tho duty of the
State to provide for this want. In my cc
own judgment the penitentiary should W
be more nearly sell-supporting. In pro- fa
viding additional or more remunerative w
work, however, care sbould be taken to m
limit it to such classes of employmentas B
will least affect free labor. It would be
well to consider tbe advisability of V
authorizing the hiring out of short-term 0
convicts to work upon the construction 1
and repair of connty roads. n
Additional cell room is asked to be B
provided at tho prison and appropria- n
tionB are rtqaeatea for the construction
of a hospital building, dining ball and
kitchen, au elevator, thu purchaso of
cemotery grounds and the lnruisbing of P
spartments for tho Superintendent ei
The necessity for these additional ac- ai
commodations is fully stated in the re- F
port.
west vinamiA rkform school.
This nseful institution was opened in
July last, and at the end of the fiscal
year there were six inmates. I learn
from tbe President-of the Board that the
number has since increased to fifteen.
The success that has thus far attended
the school, and tbe number of commitments
made rince its organiz ition, indicate
its future ustfulneee in the work of
annuainn nnd nhanVlnff lan/lannina In
crime in the joutli of the State.
Ever; needed facility for the vigorous ..
conduct of this work should be alinrdi'd "
the school. An appropriation of $16,000 "
tor 1801 and a like Bum for 1892 are ree- 1
oinmended in the reporta of the Dirt-c- "
ton and Superintendent. jjj
TDK MILITIA. Cl
The condition of onr militar; ie notaa
sitisfoctor; as it should be. It boa been
found impossible b; reason of inade- t
quate appropriations to foil; carry out 1)
the requirements of the lav. g
In view of the fact that oar National b
Guard, or active militia, is uniformed ?
and equipped et the expense of the'general
government, it woalil seem that the
Bute ought wllliail; assume the obligation
of extending the peenniar; aid nec- J
essary to establish and maintain a thor- ,<
ougbl; creditable and efficient organlzi- I
tion. We have at present one brigade ?
nnmnnaail n{ Iha Malmnntfl nf tan nnm.
panics each.
I recommend reasonable appropriations
to carry ont the provisions of the
law respecting annual Inspections and
encampments and to pnt the organisation
upon a looting ol general efficiency
and strength.
minis and uinino, 1
I have already referred to the prodnc- ,
tion of coal and coke, and to the rapid
development oi the mining industry.
Daring the past two yean the namber c
of fatalities baa been comparatively
small, and no protracted strikes or serious
labor tronbles have occurred. >
The State is- fortunate Id that her
mining population is largely com- p
posed of thrifty, moral and law-abiding o
citizens, and it is to bo hoped that in the I
future development of this industry the t
introduction of obnoxious labor classes t
may not be encouraged. Our mining o
laws are conservative, and effective in '
affording protection and reasonable t
comfort to employes without working a
unnecessary hardships upon operators. J
The reports of the Inspectors of Uines ,
will be read with intereat. They de- I
scribe the condition of the various col- J
iieriee throughout the State, show the
number and character of accident* and
fatalities, and present other matter worthy
of consideration.
RATI BtJKKAU Or LABOR.
The flrat biennial' report 0/ the Commiaaioner
of Labor is laid before yon.
It diaeuasea at length various subjects relsting
to labor and industrial interests.
It is to be regretted that it does not also
contain a larger amount of atatiatical information,
ao classified and arranged aa
to exhibit in detail the present condition
of labor in the virioua departments of
industry and a fuller view of the State's
progress in industrial development.
This, however, the Commissioner explains,
is due to the lack 0/ facilities lor
obtaining such information,and the labor
and time necessarily required to organise
the bureau.
BKBJCKLKT BI'BIKGS.
The State should take pride in this fartamed
watering place, which it holds in
fust for the public under grant from
Lord Fairfax. The grounds and buildngs
have been recently improved, and
;he management of the property is very
latisfactory. The report of the Board of
Prtfefoaia with nvnintiBR vine VOttcheTft. J
a herewith Bubmlttrd!
IllSTOBlCAL SOCIETY.
I submit herewith a communication
rom the "Weat Virginia Hiatorical and
Lntlqnarian Society" anil commend the
me to yonr careful perusal.
TUX FOBCI UILL.
There la pending In Congress a mossire
designed to extend Federal control
0 Congressional elections. I forbear
liscaseiog at length this most dangerous
nd objectionable measure, believing its
asaago improbable in the present atate
f public sentiment throughout the
ountrr. Should it become a law, howver,
I would strongly recommend a
hango of date for holding the State and
ounty elections, in order to remove
tiem from the danger of Federal intervenes.
COKCLDSIOX.
In conclusion, I would urge in general
irmt, a policy ot legislation tending to
iveraify our industries and direct prouction
along the broader lines of enjrprlae;
to preserve from monopoly the
tate's inexhaustible resources; to foster
nd advance our agricultural interests,
verywhere languishing while others
roeper; to strengthen our institutions
nd schools of learning, remembering
list the highest social condition is
volved where wealth and intelligence
re most equally distributed.
1 trust mat health may attend yon
rhilst you Bojourn la oar Capital Oft;,
n J that you may return in safety to
our constituents and families, con
:ioua of baring discharged every pub
c duty for the beat interest of tbe State.
A. B Fleming.
Lite U Miierj
o thousands of people who hare the ,
tint of scrofula in their blood. The
gonies caused by the dreadful reunion
>rcs and other manifestations of this 1
isease are beyond description. There
no other remedy equal to Hood's Sar
tparitla for scrofula, salt rheum-and
rery form of blood disease. It ia reamaljly
sure to benefit all who give it
fair trial. Be sure 10 Ret Hood's. 2
A Fatal Mill take.
Physicians mako no more fatal mis- '
ike than when they inform patients
iat nervous heart troubles come from
le stomach and are of little conse- ]
uence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted '
jdiana specialist, has proven tbe conary
in hia new book on "Heart Ois- ]
ise," which may be had free at tbe ,
ogan Drug Co.'a, who guarantees and i
commence Dr. Miles' uuequsled New '
eart Cure, which has tbe largest sale ,
' any heart remedy in the world. It
ires nervous and organic heart disease, ,
ion breath, fluttering, pain or tender- ,
ess in the side, arm orsbouldor, Irregu- <
r pulse, fainting, smotberinp, dropsy, 1
c. His Restorative Nervine cures ,
eadacbe. fits. etc. rrus*w-2 i
? m ? <
A Ileal Bui hurn U fiemp'i Balaam.
The dictionary says, "A balsam is a I
licic, pure, aromatic substance flowing ,
om trees." Kemp's Balsam lor tb> ]
broat and Lnngs Is the only coagh ,
edicine that is a real balsam. Man; <
lin, watery cough remedies are called 1
ilBams, but euch are not. Look '
iroogh a bottle ol Kemp's Balsam and
Dtice what a pure, thick preparation it .
. II you cough use Kemp's Balsam. {
t all druggist.'. Largo bottles 60c. {
id$l. iuw-1. i
"Olivi Blossom" is the greatest diB- '
>very ol the age in the medical line.
Teak, tired, despondent women who are ?
st going into consumption from some I
ssling disease, peculiar to their sex,
lay be restored to health if "Ouvk i
lobhou" is used before it is too late.
Sold by Logan Drug Co., 0. K. Gooue, i
7. W. Irwin, W.E. Williams, 0. Schnepl, :
. Menkemeller, W. 0. Arinbright, W. j
[. Williams and M. W. Heinrici; J. W.
arrah, Kolston & do., Martin's Ferry;
owie & Co., Bridgeport; 0. M. Wy- .
ck, Bella!re; St. Olair Bros., Benwood. j
Fll??, Pllu, run.
Loose's Bed Clover File Bemedy is a ;
ositire specific for all forms of the dis- I
ise. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcer
:ed and Protruding Files. Price 60c i
or Bale by i/)gan Drug uompany. mw
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l
I
i
When Baby was sick, wo pare her Castorla !
When she wot a Child, sho cried for Castoria, |
When sho became Miss, ihe clung to Castoria, i
Whaa aha had Children, she gaTe them Castoria
i
i
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pill*.
Act on a new principle reflating the 1
ver, stomach and bowels through the ,
ervca. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
ills Bpeedily care biliousness, bad uste, 1
jrpid liver, piles, constipation. Uo- ;
quailed for men, women, children. i
mallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 1
ant*. Samples tree, at Lo$ an Drug Oo.
Piles! Piles! itching Piles.
STNrroMs?Molature: intense Itching and
tinging; mo?t at nlgbt: worse by scratching.
[ allowed to continue tamora farm, which oisn
blood and ulcoraio, becoming very aore.
WAYva'i Ointmknt ntoj.1 tho itchiug and
leedlna, heals ulceration and in moaicaAsro
loves the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for
) cents. Dr. Sway no A Son, Philadelphia.
"IIow to Cure AH Hfctn Diaeases."
Simply apply "BwAYNK'aOumjiKT." Nolo
urnal meaicine required. Cuies, tetter, ecso
ia. itch, all eruption! on tho faco, hands, nose,
[c., leaving the skin clear, whlto and healthy,
is great healing and curative nowera arc posessed
by no other remedy. Ask your druggUt
9r8waymb's Ointment. TThiaw
Many Persons are broken
down frora overwork or household cores,
llrown's Iron Bitters ncbuUdatho
system, aids digestion, removes cxccss of bile,
and cares malaria. Get tho genuine.
Bkkchah's Pius cure Bilioul and
t wrong Ula. 8
CMitag Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
It is the well-digger who has to get
Iowa to boBinees.
Disorders which Affect the Kidneys
Lre among the most formidable known. DIbetu,
Bright'! disease, grarel and other com*
lUlnti of the urinary organs are not ordinarily
ured in rererc mm, hut they may he averted
y timely medication. A useful atlmulant of
he urinary glands his erer been frond In Hoeotter's
Btomach Bitten, a medicine which not
mlyafibrds tho reqnlilte tlmnlui when they
locome loacilre, but Increases their rigor and
h:retire power. B, increasing the aotiTlty of
hekldneri and hla <der, this medicine haa tbe
iddlional effect of txoelll" g from th? blood
mpuritiea whlce it is the peculiar office of thoce
trgans to eliminate and pa?s off. rhe Bitten li
dm a purifier and strengtbenerof the bo well an
nvigorant of the atomach, and a mstcolose'
emedy for btUoDueei and few and ague. It
sounteracta a tendency to prematuie dec*/, and I
mitaina and ooalorta the aged and infirm*
FINANCBANDJRADE.
llio Features of the ,-Muney suul Slock
BfarkaU.
New Yoke, Jan. 14.?Money oa call easy,
ranging from 2# to 4 percent, lut loan 3 per
cunt cluted offered at J)i per cent. Prime mercantile
paper 6%a8 per cent. 8terllng exchange
active and strong at 94 BSKal 66*. Bales 848,717
shares.
Tbe stock market to-day was very active In
the forenoon, bnt became more quiet later In
the day. Tho great Infiu^noe in tho market was
the fcifver legislation. BJlver certificates in the
market Unlay, on tbe vsgue report that the free
coinage amendment had been killed, dropped
fro .. 107# to 1M. but upon the announcement
that tbe silver men hsd accepted ibe amendment,
a full recovery occurred. Tbe industrial
stocks to-day were the great feature of tbe market,
belbg the only ones showing any real
itreoMtb throughout too day.
In the Hat of active stocks of tbo regular list
there was only one tha* showed auy real
streusth, and that was New England, but Its improvement
was made In the early tradiug. after
wnich it became quiet and fluctuated witbln
narrow limits with tbe rest of tbe list. Chicago
Oa was still very strong The week spots were
Lackawanna and Union Pacific. Tbe market
after a Arm opening weakened, out after many
and quick changes In temper clo*ed firm The
final change* show a maj irity of docllnes, but
principally fractions.
Rallroaa bonds aetlvo. Sales |2,(M7,000.
Government and 8>ate bonds dull and steady.
BONDS AND STOCK QUOTATIONS?CLOSED BID.
tJ. 8.4s reg.. 170 Ohio it Mississippi. 19
tf. 8.4s coupons~...120 do preferred. M
I U. 8.4Ks reg. 103 Oregon Improvo't- 2f??
U. 8. 4X? coupon...l03 Oregon Nav............ 8lk
Pacific eaol "XL. 1W)4 Oregon Trans.,...,... 17*2
Adam* Exprr*s......l40 Pacific Mall..-.......
American ExpressJl'i Pittsburgh- ......149
" ftiiaaa ra? l Uiiiaw iBHKoM?in
Canada Southern... W/A Readlug.-....-..,^.. JBJi
Central Pacific. Rock aland 72
Chesapeaie & Ohio 19 St L.&8anFran....
do first preferred -U. Paul L6%
<<o second pref'd 31 do preferred- llliZ ,
Chl.Uur. & Qulncy- U-*J? -it. Paula Omaha... 20}$
Del. & Hudson- .....ISfl do preferred- 8U
Del., Lack. & *eit~13D Teuu.Coal&Iron... 3U%
Denver & It. G 19% Texts Pacific 10$
Erie - 21 Union Pacific......... 4~,%
Fort Warn? 149 U. & Kipra*
Illiuois Central......102k W., BL L. <S? P 103k
Kansas & Texas..! do prefetred 20%
Lakoflboro ......108 Wells Fareo Kx 13H
Louisville ANash.. 7*;r Western Union 79ii
Memphis ft Chan.... 40 Am. Cotton Oil^... 1J2K
Michigan Central... irjfe Colorado Coal 87%
Missouri Pacific. ... 00^ Iron Hllver?.... 120
Nashville & Chatt- U> Quicksilver... GX
>>owJeraeyCcniral.llC% do preferred-. 88>f
Norfolk (tw.pref'd fiOK ^utro....^-. 8
Northern Pacific.... &}1 Itichm'dAW.P.T- 11>%
do preferred....... 71% Atchison 81%
Northwestern. 107?S Chicago Gas- ....
do preferred- \sn% I>ead trust-. 1VH
New York CentraLlltfH *UK*r 81% ,
Breadstuff* and Provisions. i
Ciiicaoo, Jan. 14.?Wheat was tsme, and there '
was but little anxiety to trade aud a lacs of orders
from outside A feellug of weakness succeeded
the confidence indicated by the price at
whicn tho first transactions took olaco. Cables
weru a shade firmer Thcro were many very dial
intervals in the trading pit. The decllue In silver
aud the absence of any addition to the ex- i
port business, which was reported near the |
opening caused the inarkot to act heavily dur- '
lug the hut half of the session.
Corn was firm from the start.
The trade In oats was light and till local.
Pro visions easier aud lower.
Flour firm aud unchanged.
Wheat?Ca$b No. 2 spring 93fccj No. 8 spring
KSofcSj; No, 2 red 92aV2)ic; January 9
iW^o; Max W^iU/^sUOkc; July 9i^<fcaUl&c.
Corn?Cash No. 2 48^c: Jauuar* 48Ra48jia
February 40M>5oa49Mc; Msy MXi&fa
Oats?Cosh No. 3, 42Hc: Janusry 42%t43)ja
I June Ua&^a4>c.
ilMOTHY " KED?#128.
mess 'owe?<nun 8i087>iRiu?j; January grow;
February S 0 W?; May 811 lKa.il 97K*1100.
Lard?Cash and January 84 75; February
1590; May 96 80.
uoikT Kins-Cash $1 0Ca5 OS; Janutry 85 10;
February 85 12&5 15a515; May ?j52fca5 5"Ha
should tits?8410*420; abort dear fS 25o5 39. "
WHISKY?81 H.
Bctteu?Quiet; extra croamery 25j?*2gc; oxtr
At?i?2la28c; lints lOulSc.
Eoos?2la flic.
Nxw York, Jan. 14.?Flour, receipts 13,400
barrels; exports 8,KX) burets: market weaker.
Wheat, receipts 600 bushels; exports 23.000
bushels; sales 3,096,000 busheis ol futures aad
104,(XX) bushels of spot; spot market unsettled;
No.Rredfl Oo: ungraded red 98}i?8t03; option*
Breaker and lower; No. 2 red January 8105fc;
February March 81 05^alUJrkal 05%\
May 81 0?K*l o&Vjal (M%; Juno 81 (fik; July
yi 3-16o; August 95%c bye sUa y; western 77a
Wc. Corn, receipts 51.0U0 bushels: exports 42,XX)
bushels: sales 210,000 bushels of futures and
Ii6,c00 bushels of spot; market moderately aclive;
ungraded mixed 59aC1c; January 6&?c;
February 6994c; May 59j$c. 0*ts, rcceipu W,tiU0
bushels; exports is bu^tiois: sales 185,OuObushsis
of futures and ifil.WX) bushels of spot; marset
lalrly active; January 61Uu; February
SlKc; May 61'^c; spot No. 2
white 6'2kc; mixed western btraNlo; white
10 62aWe: No. 2 Chicago 62%c. Hay
ind bops quiet. Coffee steady at 5alo points up
-ugar quiet; standard A 6%c; confectioners A
Hl-lOu. Molasses Arm. Tallow quiet. Koslu
iready aud qu.ct terpentine quiet. Eggs
iulet; western 2Cj<c. Hides Arm and quiet,
i'ork quiet. Cut meats firm. L&rd dull and
veaK; western steam 86 20; January 86 20: Feb- nary8620:
March 86 82: April e642; May8662.
tiutter weak;western dairy 12*2>o. Cheese strong
uid in fair demand; Ohio llatsOaOfcc.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 14.?Hour steady.
iVheat in good demand; No.2 rod January 81UO
11 00*4*. February 8t Olal ultf; March 81 o*al
Iprii8106al Obl'j. Corn stroug and biuher; No. 3
reilow68Xc; No. 2 mixed yellow fi'.'kc; No. 2
nixed January 69ke: February OO&tOOe; March
H)?60)io: April afefiOMo. ??ata steady; futures
inlet; No. 2 white 6ic: No. 2 white Jauuary
l%i615?c: February 62a62^c: March 62%*63>?e;
\ prU 68>$aMe. Eggs steady; Pennsylvania Arsis
r?c.
Cincinnati, Jan. 14.?Flour easy. Wheat
easier; No. 2 red 9S%c; receipts b.buQ bushel*:
ibl >ments 1,000 bushels. Corn weaker; No. 2
nixed 53a54c. Oats eaMer: No. 2 mixed 47>?c(t>e
Arm at 76c. Pork firm at 8<0 25. Lard Aim
it 85 70. Uuik meats firmer; short rib* S'> WJa
>20 Bacoa steady. short clear S6 00, Whisky
irm at 81 14. Butter sugar and cheese Arm.
tygs strong and higher at 28c.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 14.?Wheat steady; No.
t winter red spot and January 97^a97>in; May
II uSal 03yg. Corn, western stOAdy; mix^d spot
i9a59)^c; Jauuary M^c; May 68a&&c. Oats firm.
*ye quiet. Hay active. Provisions quiet, antor
steady. Eggs quiet; fresh 26a27c. Coffeo Arm.
Toledo, O., Jan. 1-1.?'Wheat active and lower;
ih and Jntmnrr QSl&v UlT IHUfi: JulvOl^fl:
uiRust OOVic. Corn easier; ctuh 63c. Qat* quiet;
So. 2, 47Kc. Cloversoed dull and lower; cash
H 60; February Si UftUaytl 65.
Live Stock. Z
East Liberty-, Pa., Jan. 14 ? Cattlo-Rocelpta
r00 bead; shipments 792 hoad; market fair; ..
jrlme f4 75a50U; fair to good 81 00*4 60; common
13 OOaH 76; bulls, cows and kUk> S2 26*3 00. Hogs
-Receipts 3,400 bead; sbipmen ib 2,850 bead: mar*
cot slow; Philadelphia* 13 70o3 80; mixed 8300a
165; h?-avy *orkcrs,8360a3 GO; light Yorkers
B3Qa845: pigs 93 00a3 25. Sheep-Receipts 1.000
Dead; shipments 1,400 head: market lair; prluie
(510a& 40; fair to good 816C?4 80; common 82 00a
I SO; lamos 8160ao 40; veal cakes ft 50*4 60.
Chicago. 111., Jan. 14.?Cattle-Receipts 14,000
iiead; shipments 4,000 head; market steady;
axtra fine steers, 16'AM 40; common toprmo
}3&)a500; buichore' stock $l50aa8U; muckers
(2 25a3 30. Hogs?Bccelpts 4U.G00 bead; ship
inents 6,000 head; market ftctke and stronger;
ough and common light mixed f? S5a.i lfi;
prime mixed 83 45a8 65; prime heavy f3 65s8 00;
light 83 80a3 60. Hheep-Kwlpis 8,ID0 head;
shipments 8,000 head; market active and lower;
westerns 81 40a4 75; natives 84 00a4 05; lambs
15 0Qa0 00.
Cincinnati,o., Jan. 14.?Hogs steady; common
tnd light83 OiflU 40; packing and butcbors 83 60a
175; receipts 4,770 head; sQlpments 1,180 head.
Petroleum.
Ksw Yonx, Jan. 14.?Petroleum was irregular 1
Pennsylvania oil on> ned steady and alter ? few
slight lluotuatlons became dull aud remained so
until the c one. Lima Oil opened stroug, but
ifter a slight advauco gave way under an attempt
toreallxo, and declined 0 cents to 10c, then
tecovered 1 <*ut aud clo?ed steady. Pennsylvania
Oil spot opening at 73%c; highest 73T{c; _
lowest 7<#fo; cloning at TJJfc. t-ebruary optl >u
opeuedat -4^c; highest 74*ic; lowest and closing 1
it 74c. Lima Oil: Opening at 2l%c; highest 25c; 5
lowest 10c; closing at 20c; salos5<,0 0 barrels
Oil Crrr. Pa., Jan. 14.-Opened at 75%c; high- *
est 74^c; lowest 735?c; closed at 73J4n; sales
lul,000 barrels; shipments 100,0:4 barrels; runs <
115,028 barrels; clearances 3/2,u0Q barrels. Buckeye,
no sales.
Bradford, Pa.. Jan. 14.?Opened at 7aMc;
closed at 73^4c; highest 74>gc; lowest 73%c; clearances
182.0UU barrels. ,
Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan. 14,?No sales; 73Kc bid. i
ittetrtl. 1
Krw York, Jan. 14,?Pig Iron quiet. Copper <
stagnant. ?Leadstrong at 14 60. Tin quiet; straits <
82015. j
Cottoo. I
Cincinnati, o., Jan. 14.?Cotton qulot; mid* '
dllng o&c. ________
Baltimore Live Stock Market, i
Baltimore Live -tuck Yards. ) 1
mondat.Jan.12. /
Swlvk?The receipts this week show an Increase
of nearly 1,0 u head over the rather full <
run of last week, and their quality generally <s
satisfactory to buyers. Trade Is only moderately .
fair, with ilio range of extremes like tboae 01
but wee*. though the market fs ?carcely m
strong as It was theo. We nuoto the ranee at
6a&Xcpurlb net for most of tho oi-erattons la
gooa how: roaKh?downto4>4operlb.net. Receipt*
of hogs thli week numbered 11, <90 bead.
ClammontBtock Yards,
Baltimohe, Jan. 12,1891. f
Arrivals of live stock %t Claremont 8 tuck Yards
via Baltimore A Ohio railroad for the week
ended January 11.-278 cars, containing 2,033
cauiej 02 calves, 1,211 sheep and lambs, 17,318
f&ipmcnts to New York, Philadelphia, Ac.
1,147 cattle. 411 ftboept and lambs, 4,941 bogs and
20 borses.
au nop and sheep sold in these yards are at
gross weight. Receipts this week 8 707 head,
against 4.47S head last week: fair to good hogs
sold at W OOM10 and roughs at tS 00 per 100
lbs. Pigs 9175.
Receipts of sheep and lambs 1,2U head, with
sales at W 60a5 50 per 100 lbs for sheep, and lambs
4Hs6o per lb. [
Baeklen*s Arnica Salve,
The beat salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, fait rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It
la guaranteed to give perfect aatiafactlon
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sals by Logan Drug Go.
Oil WELL SUPPLY CO., LIMITED.
91 and 92 Water St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
MANUFACTURE AND HILL
KVEHT ARTICLE, TOOL OR APPLIANCE HEEDED AT
ARTESIAN WELLS,
Either for Gas, Oil. Water or Mineral Teste.! jjfr
BOILERS^ CASING, l] |
ENGINES, -FITTINGS, M
DERRICKS, PUMPS, /I 3
TUBING, CORDAGE. /| 3
BRASS AND IRON GOODS AND SUPPLIES
For Steam, Gas, Petroleum or Water. / jnjjl
catalogues i
price libt8
on application.
T ADFPITI 811 X WITFAPTTTDIWfl DA
UnlAljvJVl fflAHUliiUlUlUllU UV.,
(LIMITED.,)
ZB3E?/ZnZB7 Jtr1 A,. 7
i
MANUFACTURERS OF
BRASS GOODS,
Halleable and Grey Iron Pipe Fittings:
FOB STEAM, GAS, WATER 1KB OIL.
OIL WELL SUPPLIES
OF EYBRY DESCRIPTION.
rUBINO, CASING AND ROPES, '
LINE, DRIVE AND STEAM PIPE
?|'BK"NCH OFFICE : |^~
933 Liberty Street,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
Other brunch More* it >11 the principal rolpts In Pennsylvania. New York and Ohio Oil Pieldi.
THF STANDARD COCOA OF THE WORLD
PURE SOLUBLE CHEAP I
; |; i
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing.
Having a peculiarly delicious flavor?a food and drink !
; combined?at a half cent a cup and fit for a prince.. ; i
Van Houten's Cocoa
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
W-VAN' IIOUTEN'S COCOA ("onco tried, always Died") ?u inventedand j
I patented and lamutlc la Hollaad. It is acknowledged br tho moat eminent doctors <
| and analyiU that by tho special treatment Vast UocnWi Oocoa has undorgono, the ,
i solubility of the flesh-formln* conatltueata la lnereaaed fifty per cent-. >
while the wholo of the flbroa aro softened and randered more palatable and digestible.
"Largest sale in tbe world." Ask for Van llotmx'sand take no other. N
oar WATERPROOF COLLAR ?? CUFF
?I THAT CAN BE RELIED ON
BE UP JJot to gtol?t!
the^mark JXTot to Dlfloolor! I
I BEARS THIS MARK.
JL 1. m/VK r>*
^V. flsP
NEED8 NO LAUNDERING. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT.
THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF
COLLAR IN THE MARKET.
w. l. houghs shoi;s. musical instruction.
^ 0 On ? WHEELING ?
ailw' vw1 mbbtmmi of music,:
KBhI,; -,,i ?| FOR NO. 45 FIPTUHTH STRUT,
^ CniHBiiMaJliWI kixtmm 3ENRY J. ARBENZ. Dnuccioa. 1
U,t" FALL TERM BEGINS
9^wRflils ?MONDAY, 8EPTEMBKB 15.s.j-??
?0o?a top $i.75 sssasasssKr'}"-"""-*!??
ini^n o?isu, \ * Bwn.
r rSStft Haw* ....... MIRfl ANNIE LONG.
fhVTM Z HERMAN GRIMM.
'.ORNKT IUL1URH008K.
Thorough, systematic instruction in all branches
MgMf^ ' of Music and of theory. Normal department
forihe training of Teachers, Exceptional
_ _ _ _ " ~ ^ _ , advantages In Modern Languages*
W. L. DOUGLAS priyate aid cuss iistboctioh.
a b /**. tm nnrt nthw mwrini *** Bend for Catalogue. For further inform*S3
SHOE ??'^ntfiSSS. "on apply after Wednesday, Beptember 3, to
?3.HENRY J. AitUENZ, Director.
W. L. DOlIGLAb, llrocktoDt Mas*. Holdby No. 45 Fifteenth street, Wheeling, W. Va.
tone's Cash ShowStore, 1048 Main HU RAT*8 MODERATE. ? au27
4?iibeni?lli>r18arvw,>8Sl Markrr.Jn&rrba ^? ??? ?? ? ????
7$aiZ = STEAM KIW.
nPATppLiL-noMfffiRTiMf] L.L For Cincinnati* LoulsvlMo* Mom~
rnnc>o ^A^A A *M*-8t Loul"'New ?r'?n?EPPS
S COCOA. and Intermediate Points,
?VU1 leave Wharfboat, foot of Eloventh street,
BREAKFAST. dally, Monday and Friday* excepted,
"By a thorough tnowlcdgo of the natural law# M ?
vlitcb govorn the operations ot digestion and . ffiSfr k ?,815-JP^?.1^ kk*8*OnJ?. ^^TB,
luirltlon, and by a careful application of the JJBjKtEX; B.Calhoun. Master: Lhas. Knox,
lne properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Eppw Clerk, every Wednesday at 8 a. m.
las prorfded our brea*/s?t utiles with a dell- j/m. _ Steamer "HUDSON," J. f. ElUtoo,
lately flavoured bcyer?KQ which may savo u* tUfc&ng Muster; Dan Laoey, Clerk; every
nany heavy doctors' bills. It Is by the Jndldoua oBOBft Thursday at 8 a m.
ise of sucn articles of diet that a constitution ___ steamer "IIA roBKLOR,"(?oo.K.
"I >? ?r.du?lly built up until .uouk enough IPfrn. 0"nSu M.iWr; If? ?. HnutliSwn,
)I fttbUe mjsdlm .re TSmiIdi around ui rwdr *' , h
o .tuck wiwrcver tliera U ? weak point. Wo . JE?? J?56C ,<>l,n i1
n?y eacapo many a fatal ulioft by keeping our* P*>llltp?, Hatter; B. U. Eorr, Clerk;
elrea well fortlllpd with pare blood and aprop- everybaturday at 8a. m.
rlf nourlabed frameK?-ficMl *nke QaxUe." ^FInt-claaa fare, Wbeellug to Cincinnati. ?.
Made rimply wlta boUlngwateror milt. Bold Bound trip, *10. Mcala and atatoroom in>uly
in half-pound tlni, ^y Gr-?ceni labelled eluded. Ticket! transferable and good until
fca'J JAMES li PP8 A CO.. used For freight or peaaage apply on board, or
Homoeopathic Cbemlata. London. England, telephone No. S4*.
0021'TTIU* JeS OROCKAItn ft nOOTH. Agent*.
"Thrift is a. v? good revenue.
^251iSlffiwi '
cleanliness yAP\3.L W '
If is &.soli d cake:-55?ro|'scourin| soap.
HV?. ii>'m\Miti>nav1<(in;Ke-ctMnind And hehannv
ii jr ti iiijrwMi wf? ? iwipw- - ??... .n ?.? ? riv
looking out over the many homae of this country, wo boo thousands
Of women wearing away thoir lives in household drudgery that might bu
materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of 8AFOLIO. If nn hour i
is saved each time a cake is used, if one less wrinklo ga there upon the I
face because the toll is lightened, she must be a foolish woman who
woula*hesitate to make the exparimenfe, and he a churlish husband vrho
would grudge the few cents which it C04U.
Railway TiiviE Card.
Arrival and departure oi trains on and after
Not. 18. ittO. Explanation or BxmxNCi
Ma*x?: *01111/; Monday excepted; (Monday
excepted; |Saturday excepted; Hunday only;
Tjatm^ay only. Baatarn BtawUtd Umo
okfabt. h. a o. kUt^?MatnJjXtte, haat auritx.
4:66 an Waah.C'jr, Bait., Phll.A N.Y. *11:40 pm
2:80 pm Waah.cry, Bait., Phil & N.Y. 12:46 pm
12:06 am Waah.Cr. Bait.. PhU.4 N.Y. *8:46 am
t8:00 am ?Cumberland Accom t5:06pm
rj:30pin Grafton Accom.......... *12:46 pm
13:00 am Moundavlilo Accom tl2:48pm
rt-noxm Mnnndavllle Accom.. tft:06wo
DUTAmT. ?.* O.H.H.?(/.d'(/.i/IV..Weat AXKIVX.
7:60 am Por Columbtu and Chicago *12:ttara
11:06am Columbui. C4n. and Chicago *6:10 pa
10:45 pm . Chicago Limited........ *6:E0iq
|10:40 pm Columbtu, Cln. a 81, Loula. *6:40 am
14 SOpi* ..?....Columbus Accom 111:00 am
tuam St. ClalrevMc Accom-.... filsCOam
U:90pm .?..8t. CUinvilleAccoa fC:Wpm
1 >:8t) an. Cnlnmbuw Jt rjrcionatl Ki.j ..
OafART. o.AO.ii.KB.1HV. AXJUVX.
6:45 am -For Plttaburgh......... *11:00 am
7:'J0 am MM..........Plttibnrgh.....M.... *C:b5 pm
*6:20pm _..PltUburgh and East 10:80 pm
tl:40pm MMMMMMMPttUburgh. tl2:4fift>m
JL PltUbuuh.... |2:?am
tSiaOpml-Waihlngton. Pa.. Accom... f7:a0aai
naraXT P., C. A trt. L. &Y. aaaivs.
17:20 am ^.~.~..Mttibnnrh. t9:ao pm
1:85 pm .Plttaburgh and New York, is :46 pm
4:20pm -Pittsburgh and New York. tU :00 am
9:10 pm ...PltUburgh and N. Y. Ex...
wm.
!7:30 am Exprem, Cln. and 85. Loula f 6:80 *m
9:40pm Exprwa.Cln. and St. Loula M^Opm
I ?5 pm Expraa, Steubcurlllo & Col jS:45 pm
l:20pm|...8teubenrlllc<!k Uennlaon...
DXl'AKT. C. <Sc P. E. li. AlUUVK.
ffcso am .Plttabg'h, Clove. Jt Chicago h?;l5 pm
f9:t3am SteubenyiUe Accom fl:lHpm
til:l2 am .Pittsburgh and New York, fll:12 am
t2:00 pm ....Cleveland and Chicago.... t9;00
{3:14 pm .Pittsburgh and New York. f5:62 pm
*7:M pm ?Eaat Liverpool.....^. 1112:12 am
OKTaXT. C., L. Jt ?v. k K. AKR1VJ?
tl2:18pm KxprcM. Cleveland, K. AW. t3:19pm
K:12 pm MMM..JCaaallloa Accom....... f 11:83 am
:00am BLClalravllleAccom t9:8&am
tfO:38 am mmmBU ClalravUlo A con in fl :lfl j-m
f2;19pm ......BUClairgYilloAocom...... T6:B0pm
e;2l pm ......St Cl&iravllle Accom...... 8:?J pm
1:11pm -Local Freight and Accom. Itl2:06pm
DKfAJtT. OHIO K1VKK E. H. AMUVJU
7:00*o ..MMM..MM.Fuaoni>er^.MMM.M. 11:06 am
11:10 am l-a?eagcr *8:35pm
*4:ao Faaacmcer 8:03pm
ucAVE B., Z. & C. KA1LKOAD. ABUV*
BKLLAIBR mmnn
4 AO pm -Bellalre and Zasoarlllle.... 10.-20 am
7:00 am ......^..-Mlscd Train 8:15 pm
STEAMER BELLA!RK.
Loave Wheeling, Dally Trln, Citjr Time?*:4Q|
1:80,10:00 and 11:46 a* m.; 2:u0,4:t0,0:00 p. m.
Leavfc Wheeling Bondayi. City Tlmo?8:00,
10:00 ?nd 12:00 a. m.: 2:00.4:00.0:00 p. m.
GUOVKIUEB, 12 TC.
" M. REILLY,
WHOLESALE
Grocer,Pork Packer
jlko coit&K orrna
CELEBRATED "STRAWBERRY" HAMS.
H1KSTH7
FLOUR?Christian Bra' "Crown"Brand.
Minneapolis Patent, Taylor's Patent and "Best'
family, Williams' Choloc Ohio Family, ard
many other cholco brands ol family floor In
ilock and continually receiving.
ROAST ED COfFEES?"Aluomt,"
Arbnckle's," "Lion," and my own roast of
Old Woman," "Horse Head." and' loose roast.
WSole Agent for the Celobrated DuPont
Powder Mills. A foil supply of Rifle, Blsstlng
uid Sporting Powder of every kind constantly
lu magaiJne. Orders solicited from dealers
>nly. Also Patont Hemp, Cotton and Water*
Proof Safety Pnse. myg
pLYMOUTH ROCK
PHO*PHATED OFLATINK
For Snow Fuddiusr, Jellies, Creams, Blanc
tUnges, etc. Forwlo at
II. F. BHHREN8'.
>217 Market Street, or corner Jacob and Tiilrtyeighth
Streets.
Twenty six weelnt* In each packsge. drtM
ivULUOADtii
\17 HEELING & ELM GROVE RAIL
TT K Al). On and after Monday, Deoember
I, ibvu, iraiun win ruu m iuuuwb, uivj i iiau.
Lxavi Whxxuko.
< 5:00 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m..9;tt)a. m? 10:00
u rn., 11:00 a. m.. *12:00 m., 1:00 p. m,.2:00 p.
in., 3:00 p. m., 4:00 p. 5:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.i
1:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00 p. m.# 10:45 p. m.
Ijuvi Elk Grots.
*3:00 a. mM 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m.?
10 03 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:00 tx, 1:00 p. m.,2:0u
p. m., 8:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m , o:00 p. m., 6:00p. a.,
7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00 p. xn., 10:00 p. m.
Dally except fiuudaj.
BONDAY?Church trains Icavo Elm Grove at
1:43 a. m. and Wheeling at 1?17 p. m.
J. U. G1LLKLEN,
dot General ?anagor.
f\HIO RIVER RAILROAD TIME
U table taking effect January 11,1891. Pas*
wuacr traina will run ai followa-Central Timo.
All trains daily cxeept ibote marked thus t?
f hlch do not run on Buuday.
iouth bound, fSo.7 No. 6 No.uf No 1.
Leave? a. m. p. m. a. m a. m.
Wheeling..... ? 3:30 10:4? 6*u
Benwowf. ... ?:ir> 10;5T> 6:15
tfoundiville ... 4:06 11:16 6:82
Wow Mart!n*vill*....~~ ....... 6:20 P12:t6 7:87
kVjiliamitown...^...... '7:1' 2:06 9:88
farkornburp......... 6:46 7:4! 2:4? 10:10
Baveuiwood....v~...~.. 7:06 4:03 11:10
Uaaon City....... fi:2> 5:l&P'l:l8
Point Heasanu 8:67......... 6:15 1:47
Sallipolli. 9:16 ......... 6:i'J 2:(B
Huntington............... 10:46....... . 7:4t 8:<5
Jharloston, via. K. Jt O ... '.'".Z. 8:60 8:10
a. m.
Bharleaton. vis. O. dfc O. 3:2? - 12;M> 11:00
WORTH BOUND. No. 2 No. 4 No. b No.6
Leave- a m. a. m. p. m. a. m,
Charleston, via, K. AO. 6:46........ 11:86...^ '
Charleston, via. O, A O 12:60 10:18 ^11:25
Arrive- p. m.
Huntington 2:80 11:46 12:66
Leave? a. m. p m
Huntington... ... f5:00 9:S0 f2:30...~..
Oallipolla. ... <5:10 11:?6 4iV
Point PleaaanU.....? 6:6& 11:23 4:30
Iffaaon Clty-...........^. 7:4( P12:Ji 5:16 ...h
KiMnnrmvl 0 :f<l 1 ;lf? 0:80
rarkorsburg 11 MO 2:4 8:00 6:00
Wllltamstown 11:20 8:ri 6:M
New Martinsville l:CO 6:20 8 98
Moundsville 2:0(> 6:2)0:10
Bouwood 2: <> 6:'?........ 0:60
Wheeling... . 2:3- 1:00 10:C8
Through ticket* and baggago checked to all
points.
For rate* and other information addraa
W. J. ROBINSON, O. P. A., Purkcntburg.
A. J. IIANDY, A. G. P. A., rarkor?burg"
J.Q.TOM LINSQN.Pm. Agent, Wheeling. W.Va.
? Central Standard Time.
snnsylvaniaLinBS.
Prom Bridgeport Station
Train* via tho Cleveland <b i'liuburgu Kail*
road loavo Bridgeport lor PitUoonth. Chicago
and Cleveland, 4:50 a. m. For Pittsburgh. 20:12
a. m. For Chicago and Cleveland, 1:00 p. m. For
Plttanurgb and Now York, 2: It p. ci. For dteu*
benville, 8:48 a.m.
Tralna arrive at Bridgeport at 8:CO a. m., 10:80
a.m.; 12:10p. m ,4:52and8:13p.m.
On Saturday* only?For Baal Liverpool, 6:11
p. m.; lrom Eut Liverpool, 11:12 p. m.
PROM WHEELING STATION.
Tralna via the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati A St.
LouU Railway-Pan IUhOJr Koute?leaveWhcellug
(or aieubenvlllo. Pittsbuigb aud the East,
6:M*. m., 12:35 p. m., 8:A) p. m , and 8:40p. m.
Por Columbus, Cincinnati, fudiaiispolis and St.
Louis. 6:20a. m. and 8:40 p. m. 1-or Columbus
and Chicago, 12:35 p m. Trains arrive at Wheel*
lngat 5:60 a. m., 10:00 a. m., 2:45 p. rn. and 8:20 p.
m. Tralna leaving at6:2Ua. m. aud arrlvlngat
8:20 p. m., run solid between Wheeling and
Pittsburgh. Ail tra1n?d?Hy except
FlMANCIAli.
j^XCHANGE BANK.
CAPITAL? -gSOO.OOC,
J. 5. Yxuc*? --..PraJdent
L. B. Dixatlaw ....... Vico-lTwiflont
DIAKCTOBf.
J.V.VMiOO, ?iOO. K. HttfcJ,
J. M. Brown, Wm. Kllhigh?m,
L. fi. DclAOUin, A. W. Kt.liuy,
John Tew.
Dnlti isfluod on EtjgUud, Ireland, Scotland
and all points In Kuror*.
J- UN J. JQXIM. Cihler.
RANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAPITAL. 9175,000.
Wu. ................^.Pnaldent
Wm. 2. btunoK Vice Pmldont
Draft* on Sogltnd, Ireland, Franco and Germany.
DXKKCT0M.
Wm. A. Jalt, Mortimer Pollvk.
J. A. Miller, Wiq, U. tilmpaon.
X.M. Atklnaon, John K. BoUiord,
Henry Hpjjrer, Victor Ho>?DbarK.
Jacob Tiiotaa*
??< v * XK*mn (hthler.
DO YOU WANT A SITUATION ?
H AVE YOU AN VTIIINH10 rtBLLT II >0,
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