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WHEELING, JANUARY 17,1891
RgPUllHC^f ClI ? TICKET.
run mayoh.
JAMES A, DUNNING.
FOB CITY ftEUOSAXT.
J. C. DKVINE.
FOB CITY CLUUK.
K. B. IIETZNEB.
FOB M HARFMAkTEB.
JOHN CROCKABD.
Klcctlon, January 22, ifcPl.
It begins to look as thoagh Senator
logalla' iiopo of capturing the Farmen'
Alliance was an iridescent dream.
When a man of General Watte' known
ability pots on his war paint it is time
f jr such men as President MrCreery to
stand from under.
West Vibgikia will hold her own
among the Nations of the earth at the
World's Fair. lier men of enterprise
, have put on their working clothes.
Vice Fn?gu>E*vt Mobton cast tbede-j
cidingvotein the matter of taking up!
the Election bill again, and up it came.
Mr. Morton itn't a mere figure-head, afUr
all.
- ^ I
Tiir Penusylvauia Farmers'Alliance
has decreed that only actual farmers will j
be admitted. This will have the effect
cf keeping out many professional politicians.
For the eleven mouths ending Nov
ember :K), 1800, the the total immtyra-f
lion ioto the United States from all
countries was 40S.3O0, about one-fifth 0/
which was from Germany.
Those who doubt the poliey ot free
coinage are sot uneasy concerning its
success in the Senate and probable pas*
sage by the House, since it is probable
thut the President will veto the bill.
General Miles has shown rare generalship
throughout the Indian cam*
paign. It is greatly to his credit that he
has practically settled the troubles with*
out further bloodshed. A man with a
jess cool head might at any moment
have precipitated a bloody massacre.
Col. White's disappointment over
losing tho Speakership does not seem to
have dampened his ardor as a legislator.
Ho has introduced several important
measures, eome of them of vital importance
to Wheeling'and the State at
large. Tho Intelligence* will forgive
the Colonel for being a Democrat if he
will push them through.
The number of mysterious disappearances
from Wheeling, the finding of the
body of one of the missing men in the
Ohio river, several assaults and robber
ies on the streets, suggest extra-watchfulness
on the part of the police. If the
city is lnfesti'd with thugs, tho town it*
not so large that they cannot be found
if a strong effort is made.
Signs of factional troubles among the
Democratic brethren at Charleston are
beginning to show themselves early in
the session. General Watts has declared
war on President McCreery and
has whetted his knife for a light. There
may be some fan fur the galleries before
the session ends. There are faint mut'
' ! nflioc r)iw/i.
tarings ui couuug atuiuiD ?* . tions.
Oh list Sunday Rev. Dr. Lyman
Beecher preached a sermon in Elrnira,
H. V., and by means of a telephone arrangement
the discourse was listened to
by congregations in Buffalo and Hartford.
Surely "tho world does move."
But, an oxchange suggest*, there is ont
drawback should this system come into
effect. Listening to sermons by telephone
would destroy the usefulness 01
the contribution box.
have the U}it?r.
The oyster beds in the Chesapeake
Bay are rapidly becoming exhausted
through indiscriminate taking. Let us
pause in our favorite pastime of twisting
the British lion's tail on account ol
J. Bull's encroachments on our sealskin
industry, long enough to provide
for the preservation and increased culti
vation of the delicious bivalve, wliicb
delights the lnuer man. Sealskin coverings
for our bodies are scarccly more
comfortable in winter than an oyster
stew on the inside, and their loss woulo
not effect near to many millions of people.
Free Trade Wages.
The >"ow York J'rau referring to the
victor? gained by the strikers on an
English railway, calls attontion to the
kind of a victory it Is in the following
muiner:
Thn striken on tlic English Northwestern
K llwfty li*v i' gained wbat they call a victory,
aul It la lutcrcatlbg to American labor to l(*ra
wtut tbo victory nuiounta to. Gooda portent,
-who, wo iupikwo. would bo tormed Irelgbt bandMt
over beiv. aro to receivea maximum ol from
lit 10 VI kui Dink* a week?lite ml III mum u not
atated. ' (icnoial botaetnen," that l? meu wbo
drivebom-alu aMuitlufrtrucka, etc, arc to be
oald a maxiioum of ttabtllogs, and >0 fortb.
Thai la, thocumiienaalbiu of tbeao batdworked
ervanta la i.ot to exceed W.'c a week, aod may
be a good deal lower.
It la almoat iteedieaa to far that tbeao ato not
McKlulcy wagea.
Tli? lhitd fanj'a Coorav.
Tho Proliibitionists ol Wheeling may
be sincere In their expressed desire (or t
reform in oar city affairs, and to see |
aober and competent men elected to the
chiet executive offices. They may earnestly
desire the election ofa Council that
will not be controlled by tbo "worst elements"
ol tho community. Bat hare
they demonstrated this earnest desire in
a practical way in placing in the Sold a
third party ticket?
They know, aa everybody else knows,
that there la no hope of electing any
' part of thilr ticket; that every vote cast
lor it will contribute just that much to
the advantage of the very men they
contend are unfit to govern the city, and
to the disadvantage of toe men they ac
knowledge are men of blgh character,
jnd worthy the support of good cititens. ,
Shoulil the coarse ol the Prohibitionists
in drawing even a few votes that
would otherwise lie cast for Dunning <
and Devine, result in tbe re-election of t
Seal)right and Delbrugge, bow will tbe
Thirdparty men settle tbe account with
their conscience!? I
? (
Tli? Unmocrwtla Gouoell Ttelcat. <
The Pemocratlo Council ticket now before llie
people la an excellent one In everr ward and ;
ahould tie elec ed.?ItigUter. .
The Urjultr certainly does not mean (
this, if it ia an honest newspaper. We
grant that there are some good men on
tbe Democratic ticket, but our esteemed
n-igbbor knows as well as it knowa anything
tbat a large number of tbe Demo- i
cratic candidates for Council are repre- 1
seatatives of the name element of the 1
community which is responsible for ,
tbe renomination of Seabright and Delbrugge,
and which element the KrguUr 1
ittelf docs "not desire shall control our
city affairs.
For tbe sake of informing its readers
of tbe real make-up of tbe Council
ticket, let our neighbor publish a full
list of the nominees, with a statement of
tbe business each is engaged in for a
il(.lit>fwwl Tim rrmilt of flach nublicil
tion would be Ibat tbo business men
end good citizens generally would observe
that ten of tbe Democratic nominees
for Council are saloon keepers or
directly represent tbe liquor interests.
This is an objection from which tbe Republican
ticket is entirely free, whatever
else the RcgitUt may find against it.
Ln us grant, for the sake of fairness,
that tbe saloon men and brewers of tbe
community compose a large class of citizens
who own property and pay taxes,
and as such are entitled to representation
in Council, bnt doco any one contend
for a moment, snd docs tbe Hrjiiter
claim that they aie entitlee to so large a
share as tbo Democrats propose to give
tbera ? Is there any other class of business,
ony other iutorest in Wheeling so
largely represented on that ticket, or is
therB any other interest having even
half th it representation ?
Wo are glad to note the fact tbat the
Rrguler't course of late has been against
the policy of allowing tbe worst classes
to dictate its party's ominations in this
city, and trust it will not spoil that excellent
record by refusing to apply the
reform principal to tbo legislative as well
as the executive end of the ticket. The
| Kegitler must acknowledge that the
saloon class is asking of the people more
I thau it has dared to ack before, and more |
thua other classed feel like Riving it.
Fiue Cnttle.
W'aihlngton, Pa., Reporter'
J. L Henderson & Son, on Wednesday
snipped a line herd of thoroughbred
Holsteius, consisting of one male and six
j females, to B. K. Gifl*?n, MaynarU, Ohio.
Tho above included a ten months' old
calf, which weighed at birth one bandred
and thirty-three pounds, aod made
an averago gain of three and one-third
pounds per day until Bix months old.
The price receivod for this animal was
$125. _____
State of Ohio, City op Toledo, i
Lucas County, j ba*
Frank J. Ciik.nky makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm wiJl pay the sum
of One Hundred Dollars for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by tbo uee of Hall's Catarrh
I Cure. Fbrmk J. Cjienkv.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Oth day of December,
A. D., 1880.
f /?*?> 7 A. W. GLKA80N,
i beal j Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. j. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
OaTSold by Druggists, 75 cents, daw
Excursion to the National Capital.
On Thursday, January 22, the li. & 0.
R R, Company will ran one of those 1
pleasantmid-winter excursions to Washington,
which were so popular a year
X, The time lor the excursion is well
son, as the National Capital at this
season is st tho height of its political .
and social glory. Both houses of Congress
are in session,daily with the galler- ]
ips always open to visitors. Then, too,
there are the monuments, the statues, the
palatial public buildings,- and the
beautiful public squares and avenues,
always interesiiog sights. The White
House, the Smithsonian Institute, the
National Museum, the Corcoran Art
(iallerv, the Botanical Gardens and
Washington's Monument are open to all
visitors. Such an opportunity for a visit
to the City of Miguiticent Distances is
rarely presented as this.
The tickets will be good ten days, allowing
ample time for visiting Alexandria,
fit. Vernon, Richmond, Old Point
Comfort and points of interest within
eaty reach of Waihington.
Trains leave Wheeling at 12:05,4:56,
6:45 a. m., 2:30 and 0:20 p. m ; Washington,
Fa., 0:62, XI :20 a. ui., 7:33 p m.;
Pittsburgh 8:00 a. m. and 9:20 p. m.; Benwood
12:35, 5:25 ft. w. and 3 p. m.
Hntind frln frnm IVhnnlinff. Wanhincrtnn .
tnri Ben wood, ?10 00; from Pittsburgh
$0 00. Correspondingly low rates from J
other stations. Through Pullman Sleeping
Oar from Wheeling on 0:20 p. m
train anil 12:05 a. in. train. Parlor Oars
on day train and Sleeping Gars on night r
train from Pittsburgh. For tickets and 1
Parlor or Sleeping (Jar accommodations j
call upon or address AgpntsB. & O. li. Jl. j
Daily Excursion to Cincinnati.
Until further notice the Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad Company will sell excursion
tickets from Wheeling to Cincinnati
and return at rate of $10 15. Tickets
valid for return passage until February
3 inclusive.
Sick Headache.
Loose's Rod Olorer Pills care Sick
Headache, Dispepila, Indigestion, Constipation.
25c per box, ft boxes ior$l.
For sale by Logan Prog Company, m I
FOU nrsPEPMA,
Indigestion, and Hotcach duonlcra, uso I
BROWN iroki niTTEna. ;
All dealer* keep It, !1 per bottle. Oemtlnehu
trade-mark and cruued red Hum on wrapper. "
Bbxchau's Pills care Bilioai and Kervonsills.
3
Children Crv for Pitcher's Castoria. j
rouucian?i cannot leu a He. i^onBtiluent?Well,
I can; and can spot 'em
all throngh vonr uppochim. _
gyAcoBsoii,'
GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND
au^rraz
IT EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. !S
*1nnapollt, .W.. Jan. O, 'no. I
"I hart often tueil ST. I
JACOBS Oil, and And U |
a good Unimcnt." ?
ELIHU E. JACKSON,
THE ?ov o,Md- best.
social few.
fot Vtptttnlagly Intellectual, bat Ja*t
Jolij, You Know.
Not long ago wo hftd a very successful .
onundruin social, and I am impelled to '
ell bow we managed it
The notice was given like this:
"All are cordially invited to attend a ,
locial at Mrs. Winston's next Friday
ivening. It is a conundrum. Come and
guess it."
Slips of paper were prepared, half hav
ng written on tbem tbe conundrums,
;be other half bearing the answers, in .
ityle as follows.
QUKKY.
Why li a cat'* uil like the earth? J
Akmvku. i
ttocause it la lur lo tlio cad. 1
These were put into two bats, the t
queries in one and tbo answers in thc> <
other. Each person present was re- I
]nested to select one slip from each bat J
and not show either until after the an
swore had all been given. J
Wben everything was ready and the ?
company seated th* questions were read. :
As this was done every one who wished, I
excepting the person holding the answer, '
endeavored to give the correct reply. If '
all failed, tbe auswer was then read by <
she person holping it. If this person
failed to discover that be beld tbe answi r 1
be was taken to one end of tbe room ai d i
made to stand on a low stool until bouuj
other person could be found to take bis
place.
Thn ftmwMMfnl ffnesser of the most
conundrums was presented with a diploma
tied with blue ribbon, fancifully
and wittily prepared, entitling him to
the degree of G. G. (Good Gnewer.)
DIED.
bHALLCRCHS?On Thursday, January 15,1891,
at i0:&.p. m., mr?. Hahau ti. biuixcaosr,
wife of Tbomss 1*. Sb*l!cruu.
Fuucral will take place trorn the family rrsl
dunce, No. 20 Nluta street, Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 p. m. Frleuda invited to services,
lutormeut private
WILSON?On Thursday, January 15. 1891, at
11:24 o'clock p. m, Laciu Oelfknbikk,
wile ot A. T. Wllwn, In her 27 th ye*r.
Fuucral aerrices at rtsHcuce of ber husband,
No. lUyt Ninth I'ennstreet on Sunday after
noon at 1:30 o'clock. Friends of the famllj
invited to attend. Interment at 8tone
Church ccmetery.
HARrK R-Un Tliuroday, Janturr 15,1891. at
i o'o'ock p. m? Annik, wife of Fred Harpfer,
In ber v)ih year.
Funeral service* at family resident*, No. 59
Thirty third strcot, on Suuday afternoon at
2o'clock. 1-rlendsof tho family invited to
attend. Intwrmpnt at Mt Zl*n rp*n<-t?Tr.
an:oiu/\u
tf M i/ii'c ompiuint,
8 Milan* Affectloun and
JL2 Contivrnrng. At droggiMa- I'rieo 85 Cta.
SALVATION OIL
(Prlct only ?5 certt. 8oldby alt drugglltt.)
Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Swelling;, Bruises, L umbago,
Sprains,Headache, Toolhacho, Cuts,
Burns, Scalds, Soros, Backache, &o.
nucwLHHGE'3 PLUGS, The Great Tobacco An*
brlCKl H'ole'-Prl"* lflfm i druggist*
RADAM'S
M Microbe
VJI^/ KILLER.
"" ? " >??*.?? ntuMWHUH A 9 4k A | ((A
mo uromesi m&tuitirj ui iuu ab?.
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY j
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRII, CONSUMPTION, ASTflMA, HAT
FEV KR, I'RONUHITIS, RH Kit M ATIflM,
DYSPEPSIA, CANCER. HCROFOLA,
DIABETES.
BRIGHT'S riSKA-?Kt MALARIAL FEVER,
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In abort, all forms ol Organic and Functional
dineafcs. The Cures effected by this Modlclne
ire in man; cases
MIRACLES!
Sold only In Jugs containing One Gallon.
Price Three Dollars-, null lnrat ;
rnent when Health and Life can bo obtained.
-"EltTORX OF THE illCltOBU KlLLKH F}IK*."?
For falo by all Retail Druggists. Trade sup
^'Cl LOGAN DRUG CO.. Bole AgonU.
ocfloaw
Tuft's Pilis!
tlmnlatM tho torpid liver, itringth* J
natheUliccNilveorcMnfi.rcffiilatestli* bowels,
outl arc unequaled us mo "
ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE. ,
Yn matarlnl districts their virtue* are
Kiddy recogrn I rod, as they poutM pcc a
nllor proporf len In frvslng t lieaystcm
from that poinon. Haffantlr NUga* \
coated. l)oti? umall* Prlco, 2octa.
Sold Everywhere.
Qfflco.30?41 Park Place, y.Y.
PUKE, FREE, FKEE TRIAL t 1
ELECTRO NERVING
cures Permanently
111 dlicwi of the Nervous dntea, either Acuta
>r Chrome in either sex. It Restore* Ira
ulrod or Lo?t Power. Checks mi mrmnof _
Vasteor Drain; Make? "iron* tho Weak. Kail I
>sekage, 11; pIx for 96. Trl*' psrktgo 12c (with I
took), sent securely scaled on rtceht of price I
Iddresa, DK. 0. F. A DIMM, No, 9701 Cnluge *
Irove Ay?.,<:hlc?go. Ill noiM
THEORKHWCII^
BEECHAM'S PILLS 1
For Bilious ami Nenons Disorders. B .
"Worth a Gnlnoa a Box" hi* told N e,
for 25 Cents,
by ai.l pnrccism g B
"LUCK IS PLUCK"
If you have ran a muck against some Din- ?
couracln* DUoaso which you don't want your .
imniiy doctor to know about, remember that 2!
fSL- u,,.. ... '1 explains our Exclusive
OuR NEW BOOK lnnd.8?"*eMfui MemL
TTJods for Hams Trent- .
nienfr Ttstlmoniaia: Bonk mulled <ieal?'<i) I]
frM for limited time.tift KXDICAL CO.Boff*io tt.T. ?
(n rwutiyn disease, you will find thai t
"PLUCK WINS LUCK!"
DRUGGISTS. C
V
THE
KcLORE HOUSE PHARMACY. i
8
X Model Prescription Store. -
f. W. SEYMOUR. Proprietor ?
~<fe LAUGHLI
W A PEB
jf Vegetable in
the taste, a
\ 25 Cent:
i Sold by most 1
OW JNO. G
BBS. COM k BELL
Sill for the Beoeflt of the Afflicted,
Hereafter Gire Consultation Free.
f
Hr. Porter Gives a Detailed Account
of HI* Buttering and
Escape.
What is worse than the thought of be*
ng buried alive, or b?ing consigned to a
iving death, by the sliliction of disease.
it is not necestary, hewever, to state that
re do not value the fortune of* pood
lealtb. How many men have said, "My
;houeands for an hour of life." Yet it
jan be bought for such a trifle if the op*
icrtunity is grasped at the right time.
Do not wait until your disease lias gone
to far that you are wretched and do not
feel like living, when this bright world
appears to you as a living tomb, and il
fou could only die and end your terrible
suffering. Take advantage of the
advancement made in tho present century
in the practice of medicine and be
sured of the terrible feeling you now
have. To make onr views a little plain,
let us state to you the coudition of a res
ident of our city after being a silent suf
lerer ior over iuikv ?mm.
' 21^ '
In aD interview tie tolls what it Is to Ms* mil
ferer.andhow different to my to his friend*
"My health |* excellent; never felt bctlorln m;
UK" Mr. Porter ?: "Well, can you realJ?
what it Is to have a constant hendtche for ovc:
tbreu yearn'.' Well. I have had it fur that long
and more, mvhead aud nnso were always stop
ped np, aud a constant dropping of mucus Iron
my nose tack into my thioti, which is very ciu
t?>rrtu*lr-g hk well as aunoyiug. I alHO had i
burxiDgaud marine uolte tu my c*m, arcom
pan led by tin earache, which was very dUtref?
lutf. tibarp, shooting pains in my rbwtand in]
c ituh wan the torment of nn life. I bad m
appetite, ami after 1 did eat J sutlered gnatl;
from my food lying heavily on m* stomach
My bowels wore very irregular, ciinxequentlv
always felt drowsy and stupid. As my eondi
(Ion was gradmlfy Occam tux mont m-rious,
began 10 thin* of consulting ttiis doctor, but nu
tbo matter olf from dav to day u-<lll tbe lan
craMj came. 1 realised Hint I was gradually
losing my hearing. Wm 1 not a sutlerer? li
this condition l consulted I)rs. Copcland & flell
and found tbat they thoroughly undorsto h1 mj
case; aud finding their fee* so small, I rcodilj
pluccd myself uuder their care. Cau you tin
aglno, deur reader, my gratitude wben after th?
tirft wcok 1 owati to Improve, and found it i
pleasure U/ be under such pleasant and oflectivi
treatment? And now tut tymptomti havo al
disappeared. No more earache, no headaches
nostrils clear, no dropping ol mucu<, no oongb
no palu In th? chest, aud my appetite is excel
lent, my bowels are regular, aud after sleenlm
1 feel refiesbed and rented in fact, as I havi
told you, my health was never bettor, and wou!<
advlm all who a e suffering to call and *ee tin
doctors." M r. Porter (an be seen at his place o
business, whero he will leadlly corroborate thl
ta*cment.
New, a great many pooplo will sav. "Well,
don't beliQvu It: It Is iunt a mi th " My friend*
to gratifr a wish of Dm t'opeland A "oil, w<
would ask nil who doubt wn?t wo Mytoc*l
mid consult the pitieut. as bis xesidenco o
place of busluets is alwavj niv?n, and tl?dou
that wna wo ray is really true It dot,1* teen
phenomenal that wo should bo so tuccesMui
yet wbou you hluk of the time, tabor an<
money that the doctors have >pent to be sue
ceanful in their specialties, you will certalul:
aicreo wf<h rhou&andsof others, 'That they an
the people."
DOCTORS
COPELAND & BEL!
Have Loomed Permanent Offices at
1121 JUALS STREET.
Wheeling, West Virginia,
Where they treat with succcss all curable caw*
ODlco hourv-U to 11a.m.: 2tof?p.m., and
1 to 'J p. m. Sundays?9 a. m. to 12 m., and 1 t<
I p.m.
Specialties?CATARRH and Diseases of th<
EYE, KAH, TIUIOAT and LUNGS.
CONSULTA I'lOh* free
Address *11 Mail to DR3. COPELAND St BELL,
1121 Main street. Wheeling. W. Va.
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE.
BATUBDAV MATINEE AXD EVENING,
JANUARY lflh, lttL
STETSON'S
BIG SPECTACULAR
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
30 PEOPLE 30
Double Bund and Orchcatra, composed ol
f?hlte and colored musicians. A pack of Geu<
line Bloodhounds. neaped by
THE GREAT KATE PARTINGTOB.
Two Topsles. Two Marks, JCr* nod her Tony,
PriDce," Lone Star Quartette, African ManilaIn
Players, New conga, New Music, New ancea
Jverytulug New. A Car Load of Beautiful
lienory. Tho Grandest Street Parade every
;lven.
MTEVKNING PRICP8- 50 and 35 conlf. Beerred
Bents 75 cen*n Children 25 cents.
"MATINKE PRICED?xsatd 24 tenta. Re
orved seat* 50 cents. < hlldren 15 cents
Halo of Beat* commeuccs Tnuradny, January
5tb. at C. A. Honiw'* muMo atore. Jal2
OPERA HOUSE.
rDESDAY, JANUARY HO, 1891.
MRS. SCOTT SIDDONS
IN HER CELEBRATED
Dramatic Recitals.
PROGRAMME:
cenes: "Much Ado about Nothing".
aiinkwtpeuro
Tbo Lady Clara ....Tennysou
The -otittlor Entaaolcd "J. DoMlllo"
loop Walking v-eno: "Much* t h"....Shake* pcara
election*: David itoppcrflcld I) token*
The Juunoeat* AbMad...."Mark Twain"
F<*nt ??ck by rhc ?nKe/*...K. Laogbtfdfe
ccue; TheBohoolof Scandal. Sneridan"
Paictt-75c and 60c. No extra charge for i*?
jTedneata. Baleofneataoonraenceabatuidar,
fnwnr 17. ?t C. A HoU'Q'? Mtiwle Rtnre jalft
G RAN D o. C. GENTHEIt,
PBRX HODSB. Manager.
WO NIOHT8 ONLY FRIDAY AW SATURDAY
AMD 8ATUHD\Y MATINKB,
January jo amoi7.
Engagement of tho Young Emotional Actreta.
>Ai^EY BEVEHLY. in the beautiful
'eatern homtuce,
iici i \/r?o o i d n ??
o i uvcn pi n
A Powerful Company. A Carlo*d of flcenery.
nmou* Bluoball Canyon of ArUoua. The Caye
[ Plunder. Pflmatlc. Hondflre. The ureateat
ail road dccne over produced on the sUgo.
Paicn-Orchcstra Chain, 60c; Dreca Circle,
<o; uallcrv. 2ftc; Children. 16c. Re?erved *eaia
a Ml? at WHr'n. Jalfl
m WORM SYRUP
LFECT VERMIFUGE.
its Composition ; pleasant to
nd effectual in its purpose.
s. Every Bottle Warranted.
Dealers. Manufactured only by
. McLAIN & SON,
1EELING, W. VA.
NEW Af>VERTI8EMI5KTS.
T^OURTU STREET M. K. CUURCH.
I firrrl'va a 110:30 a. a. and 7:80 p. to. Even*
lug: "The Prodigal B *n." Beata free to all la!7
"EMR8T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
1 The Pa?tor, HcV. I). A UunulnKham, D. D.
will preach at 10:3" a. m. aod 7:90 p. m. Praise
service In the earning. jai7?
TOST-ON FRIDAY, A SET OF
JLJ (alio teeth, npr or law. somewhere near the 1
Bccoinl ward market. Finder will be rewarded I
by leivln* ?amo at thla otBcc. Jal7?
0HAMBER OF COMMERCE.
The anbwrlbe/s to "Frank Tca'fe'a Illustrated
Edition o? Wheeling'* are requested to meet this
(Saturday) evening. January 17. at 7:3f o'clock,
to he<r the report o( the special committee appointed
on Monday evening last.
C. W. FBANZHEIM,
Jal7 Cnalrmnu.
^J"OTICE.
Having bought 8chwart&' Saloon on Mar I
ket street, 1 will take charjo of samo to-day, and J
hopo to retain the patronage of Mr. tchwarta. t
and aak all my friends to call and see me. I
Jal7 HgSRYSCHKKK. j
fSLANJD LOT AT AUCTION. \
* I
I will offer at public sale, on "atunUy, Janu ?
*ry 17.lWi.ttt the fro.tdoorof ihet'ourt House j
' a flue IMaud huiMlug lot. frontlug /J feet 11 i
inches on tho south tide of Virginia street. 1 his .
<s tne be*t of tr e few lots remaining on that s
1 street, and will be sold cheap. Terms cash. g
[ J ft 14 W. n. HAL'*R. AnnttoncCT.
J^OriOE TO THE PUBLIC!
Having rruulo arrangements to socuro frwh
vcciuo virus in sutfleient quantity, I will vac- (
elnate a'l pertous who mar present themselves ?
it my odlcti in tho City Bulidiug dally, alter 11 j
a. m .until all oro protected. My office la the <
but.ding will bo open on Sundays for the pur- j
pot* Dr. Clinton will continue to vaccinate |
colored cbildron.
ja!7 GEO 1. GARRISON. fTealth Officer. j
HOGE & BRO , !
DEALERS lit
Hardware, Cut'ory. Wagons, Road Carts, Farm 1
tnd harden P>eda, Agricultural Implements. &c
<0. 1113 MAHKST HI RKirr. (west side).
AgeniM fur Hooslcr Grain Drills, Oliver Chilled
PI:>w*. Kteel King Harrofs, Idoal food Mills
fee. Call and see us or write for prices.
aug-Mw?AW j
yyHirE
WAX CANDLES
FOR CANDLEMAS. !
j Ewing Bros.,
r 121* Market -t..opp. McLuw Honte.
, pOIiSALE. ;
1 T?.lV.!-? I11.n, Kf nnfr
llCUUiiU 111UUUII UilUl aiutai
C. O. SMITH.
Broker au?l Real Git&to Agent.
Ji17 1229 Market street. j
NIGHT SCHOOL. An
excellent opportunity for tho*o who cannot
attend the day sessions to acquire an cduca
tlon The work 1? so arranged tbat oo one ever
S3 "cflciont neon feel auy embarrassment.
l.oitir'H in attend*' ce.
Call or bcml for catalogue.
Ja'MUis WHKELING COLLEGE.
J^IST OF LETTERS
rtemalnlng in thePostofllee at Wheeling, Ohio
county, W. Va., Saturday, January 17,18aI. To
ibtaln any of the following the applicant musi
ask for advertiited letters, giving date of list:
LADIES' LIST,
Balhcs, Miss Tiara (2) Mo ?arJand, Mlsi Lucy
Brmvne, Mrs. Vfrgla Mor/au, Mi?u Bertha
avis. Mrs. Radio Turner, Mrs. Jennio
K.pott, Berth Wayne, Miu Delia
Lovwagc, Mia Mary Wa/Jrcr, Miu JeauJe X.
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Blair, B. Hubbard, G. W.
Clark. lames L. Hurst, J. td.
Coligan, ratriok Lire, J no. L.
.ooke, M.ji. Seymour, Prod ,
Dever, Dan. Bjmrieubauch, Charles '
Dawson, J. D. (2) W hortou, G. L.
Gorinun, A. a.
W. J. W. COW DEN. P. M. j
THE RESTAURANT'
1 THE HOTEL WINDSOR |
IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. j
I Tho Windsor will bo hereafter conducted on
> the American mid European pinna. 1-or ibe ancotrmodatlon
of l*dle? and prime parties the .
i rooms on the second door bavo been specially i
fitted up with all nrodi-rn conveniences.
Game. Km It* and ail eatables in season served
i* In llrnt cln>? Htylo de'J j
DIAMONDS!;
3
i
S
' 841,000 worth of One Diamonds now in i
our stock to sHect from. Justtbluk of {:
It. More than all other houses In \
Wheeling oomblued. Wo bavo fluo *
goods and wiJl sell them lower than the 1
lowest. ^
CALL AND SEE DS. 5
I. G. DILLON & CO, *
Jewelers. jj
For Sale. ;
Four lots, with five-roomed bouse, on Iligh c
street 81,GOO
Xlne-rco ned house, ittl Market street. ?,&? 0 I
Hlx roouied house. Sixteenth streets }
Three roomed bouse, ground CUxlCO feet, ?
First ward - 300 r
Seven roomed house. 20-! X York street 1,50? ,
Hlx-roomed house, 202 X Ynrkstrcot. 2,00(i *;
Three-roomed house, 24(0 Wood street .. 1,05* ?
Ten roomed house. 742 Main street 3.M* *
Four-roomed houi-o, Fifth ward 1,300 .
Three bouses in tiixtb waxd, rental valuo 1
8100 per annum 2.500
Twelve lots In Fllau, Wbyto aud Gallagher's I1
Addition, 8100 to 8JOO. ?'
Twi-uty live lots near Bcnwood Junction ?;
cheap: on ca?y terms. *
Manufacturing site near Cloveland A Pitta- *
burgh itallroad depot, Martin's feriy. J
One lot of Moyntou street, Hxih ward, 91,100' t,
One ha f lot on MiyBton street. 8550. [,
One-half lot ou Koirstreet, Sixth ward, 81,000.
Two lots on thanes street each. "
Twenty-five acres, four mile* east of city, con* {I
talulng sandstone quarry, good quality of cc- J)
ment stone, and coal wltli bank oi>encd for use, "
#3.500. ;
S. NESBITT, Jr., s|
ja!7 17:? Market 8treet *?
For Cincinnati. Loulsvlhe, Mem* V
phis, St Louis. New Orloans. \
and Intermediate Points. &
ill leave Wharlboat, foot of Eleventh street i
dally, Monday, Wednwiday and Friday
exocptod, aa follows:
^ Steamer4* KEYSTONE STATE," A
I iiWiw Iff T. 8. (,'ninoun, Muter; cam. Knox, ,v
JHaBBh clerk, every SntunUy at 8 a. m. H,
>V9l ^ ytenmor"HUDSON," J. F. Ellison, Ci
. .JMS+t-fr Master: Din Ucey, Clerk; every !>
4MBM& Thursday At 8 ft m. II
. su*mer"IIAi'CIIELOB,"Gco.E |c
I rlfeKtr O'Neal, Master; Ir* n. HuntloRtou. "
Mmmmhi Clerk; every lneaday at 8 a. m. ?
^ Steamer "8?'OTIAl" John M i.i
l'liiltlps, Master; It. II. Kerr, Clerk; a
eftaJwfcflb every Sunday at 8 ft. m. Wt
First-class fare, Wheeling to Cincinnati, to. St
Hound trip, VIO Mi'hIn and state-room In- T<
eluded. 'licketa transferable and Rood nntll Oi
used For frelxht or passago apply on board, or He
telephone No. 5f4*?
loa cKonKAitn ? hooth. Agent*. ^
To Let, i
Ci
Storeroom KM Market street. . , . M
EUht rjomed brick house. 30 Thirteenth it. Pi
Seron roumwl homo, with modern Improve 1'J
menu, 61 *outb York streot Rf
81x roomed boose, -W North York street. W
Fivo roomo-1 briok, flrst-claw property, 99 K?
North Huron street. > ... . Mi
Four roomed brick, 2C30 Market street.
fceveu roomed house, with all modern lm? ..
prevement* 1C\ North reont street.
RiPht mnmwl house, with all modern im
proTcxnenu, 1?*J Virginia atreet J;*
Four roomed honao.3091 Market atreet. J,}1
Seven roomed Mouie, tl South i'? im Btrcet. K'l<
Rtora raom with dwelling. IMl Mala street. E?
Two room, third ilo ?r, 1&9 M?rkot street. ft
Dairy Farm within one mllo of tb? city. j/J
FOR SALE. S
Clioico building lot* on Old Pair Ground* and H!
Qilchriif* addition from U60 up W
Bnildine low corner Market and Thirtj-flfth ft',
at?eeu, 25x120. Ifioo. of
bnya the ch< ire of lota in Zane'a Orchard. si
flue building it* on t<ouih fenn itreet, west L"
Ide. ^our lMtchiuc-o. j?i,
A Com (ortablo homo, 40 South Broadway, 13,- Rc
10KiRh? roomed houM.No 133 Zane itroct, full 5.1'
lot. oaxiso,? oro. ji
Three roomed home with small atore room, ? .
60 B*mh Brtwdwajr. near Virginia, 11,000. ...
Jtight roomed h'?nae. lot t0x?00 w,
Ko. 4i>ortb Kmnt ?trrct. Deairablelocation, al
IS V B-T M ENT?A property wi-h three neven S?
Momed tenement*. In gwd oondJiJon *nd jrood H
location. Th.y rent to M elm people ?nd 5}
*|iIj*?irood 1- tneiton money InVMUd. 165,
107 .iid iffj "orth Frontetreel
F*BM?-8evn.liroo<ll.rm?.raltobloIorrept- a<
l&r firming, itrdcnlnK Mid fraJt. At
1228Mirkei8t.,oyerWhe*t& Hischer'iJewclry i'?
Store. | ! " ?'
ANNUA t, STATEMENT.
ANNUAL STATEMENT
-OF Tn?r
Receipts and Expenditures of the City of Wheeling, V. Ya,,
FOB THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31,1890.
EXPENDITURES 1890.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
contingent 7umd.
idvertlslng and Printing....^.... .... ^.1 8S2 65
lurna & Troy, damages on acount ot dofocuvo wwer.. . M 00
Mark, John H., salary Superintendent of Street*. 1,000 00
Ihap.lno bireet Bridge Repairs. ...... .. 142 43
Jhanllne St. improvement from Twenty-seventh to ThirtjMhird St 10> W
)airah. Thomas M , Clerk of the Board of Public Works. ?... 800 Ou
freight ou Lumber. ...... 61 75
love, p. L.,Clty Knglneer, making annual onttmatci 21 i 00
ntorest on Outstanding Orders called in ? 9 W
(IsoeUanioua 427 44
Jew newer, Nineteenth street.. #1 U
?ew k'ower, Seventh Wara Public School eulldlng ? . 63 80
few Sewer, aUoj U., Alloy it and Mccolloch street. ? ...... 1.65112
lew Curb.uk ?? 45
alarlea of Board 800 H)
lever Repairs..?.., ii?io w
Itreet Cleaning s. - 5,854 21
treet Hepalra .. 8,928 76
itraighteulng Caid-roll's fiuu, out of Wood street -... 1.922 00
lurveylng .. ................ 68 00
Sane itreet Carblaj ? 91 OS?I 24,24611
ITftOrAUTXOlf FUND.
Joal street Improvement ............. m..m.m~. ~~~f 48193
;u? bins on EolT street, from Forty-scream to Forty-eighth street* ? 6i 61
eighth rt-.d tiain streets Improvement ..................... 352 60
tfcrrltt itreet Improvement 29a 86
forth and improvement from Jonathan'! tuvlne to the railroad crossing...* 656 16
few Bower corner Haiu and Blxteenth atreeti ........................ ? l.ObO 00
few Sewer In Alley 16 m.............,.....*** , 73101
fiueteenth street curbing .. 147 88
few rower in Ailry E, bctweeu KoiTand Jacob atreet* 163 05
few Hewer in Alley JC, between JCofT and Jacoo street* from forty-third to
Forty-fifth itrcc i ~. ~.. 615 46
Paring Chapllne strejt with Kir* Brick, from Twenty-seventh to Thirty*
thlrustrcet. mm l,#7l 22
raving sidewalks at Jonatlnn's Rarlne... 133 *5
I'arlug Seventeenth itreet from Wood itreet to oreek...... 4,750 00
Paving Market street with Fire Brick from Twentieth atreet to bridgo 1.117 95
wren toenth street Bridge . ...... ~~ ... 10,170 92
ierenteentb street Hewer from Wojd itreet to Alley F 161 03
Jtralxbtening Caldwell's Run and Bridges over same 7,7o6 50
rwoUth street Sewer. 0,141 69-1 86,635 71
TKS VEST LEVV FOND.
Alley Improvement from Alley 19 to Twenty-second street......... 649 44
UharJes strcot Improvement? -... 1,809 26
Uu-bing on EolT street from Elorentb to Twelfth.**..* *****.... 141- 02
wurblug Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth streets -**. - - 246 38
Eoff street Improvement from Twelfth to Fourteenth itreets 8,691 46
Foot walk on Peninsula Bridge. .*. *..? 71 64
Main street Faring with Firo Brick from Twenty-sixth to Tweuty-serenth
and rwenty-seventh from Maiu to Chapllno streets. **. 1,720 93
S'cw Sewer west side of Second ward Market House *** 457 29
Sew Sewer corner Main and Sixteenth streets* ** -** 950 00
S'ow Hewer in Alley between North York and North Huron street#. 358 00
S'ow Sewer in Alley between *outh Huron and South York streets 339 V5
sew sewer in second alley south ol Ohio street to back rlror* 2,577 35
S'cw sewer in flr*t alley south ol Ohio street 200 00
S*t-w sewer running east from North Broadway......*. S78 00
S'ew sewer in India, a ?tree^~.**....***** *.. ' 397 25
Wow sewer iu alley between *>orin uuiod aim ?iuuu ..... uw w
S'cw sower from Indtuua to Kcutucky streets- - ... SDJ 00
Sew ecwcr between Virginia anil Ohio streets 876 25
Sow Hewer in a.ley K from Forty-Unit lo,Forty>?econd streets 13S 57
sow sewer in alley F from Forty tint to Foriy>iccond street* - 601 45
SewerInForty secoadstrcct..... ~ 583 78-| 16,890 32
CEMETERIES.
Mvertlsing and Printing ......... .... 8 75
-oal ~. ?* 22 76
[Iardwaro - 6 60
insurance on building.. 7 09
Labor.****** * *** ** * * **....*...?... *..*..?.*** <4 25
Sew gate ** * *~*. *..*.***.....*..***...** 8W 49
Numbing ?** ** ****....*. ?* 87 60
Repairs ** * * ? -- ~*~ * 52
surveyiag....*. ** * *? *.......,.?..** * ?. , 41 60
rclet*uone * * * ***....**?** ............. ....*** 9 70
Burt, W. B., sex ton.. ***...**. ** * ** ? 4W 92- 1,070 00
CITY PRISON.
Blacksmithing *.? - **..**.**.*..* * **? ?} 50
Bread.* * ~* * * 411 33
Drugs * * * *.*..**?....?.*. ** * 8 70
irocerlea.* ** *? ??*..?...*?*...* - .... 880 00
Hardware **.,....** < ***....??. 2 60
Lumber. ** - ** *** *.***?..**.* 6 61
Meat. - *?. 822 90
Ulweilsueoiu ? *...**. ?? - 26 80
Powder and fuse *.***.**?** .?*. ** ****** 8 35
I'lumbing *** *** 15 25
[tepalra...** ? 4 85
telephone * ***** .* 11 25
Huware - **.. *** ** ***~A* I 45
jti'idliug, Peter, superintendent- 880 00
lialouey. Jan., superintendent M.........,.****... 340 00
Vrtliur, John, watchman*.* *. * 4n0 00
Jurues, Heury^cuok ** 480 00
aulkern/M.', guariC*?l" 3.7?*l^ 4s0 00-1 8,816 14
CONTINGENT EXPENSES.
Advertising and printing....** ** ..?***... *** 1,340 95
Jr. ck, A. a., investigating Loan * ****...*..., 91 50
ialer, Rsgen'a, damages to property .*.*.. *...- 700 00
Jrass peddling platea ** ***** 53 00
7rockard, John. Wh&rfmatter 492 18
Jaldwell, Alfred, Icnal services **.....* 850 00
t'octlon, stone bridge loan (April)-.**......... 162 CO
Jquallzatlon and Appeals, Board of 270 00
?lder, hamuel, part of lot No. 147. purchated for tbo city 200 00
ttllugham, Robert, Awvtsor, extra work....,,......*^....;..^......^ 50 00
Ullelaud, R. M.. judgireut against tlio city 31 40
lankOj Eugene, swearing witnesses * 3 25
10RC. r U , BWUUIUH rnuuimu -- "
look, Ucorec, abstracts . **..* - ***.**..* 26 00
luetics, I), v.^ A?B?!?or, extra work ~ ...~ ^60 00
-rufl'j.T,?eoumuutor^^^ ...\ ~!Z.**.. 63 30
Kennedy, .lumen, property purchsahed (or tho purpose ol straightening
Caldwell's run **.*. ** *. ?.*** 1,600 00
Cries, Henry. damages to horse.. ..... 60 00
f Jtcbell, J. W? Clerk of Circuit Court .m... 108 W
laboney, Mrs. Mary, damages on accouut of herhtuband who was Injured
In a ditch and died * *. .*.*. ...* 700 00
lUcellaneous....... . **. *....?, <05
larket Btreet brldgo repairs ....*. ?... 2,800 00
lyles, ^ m? refund ou dogs a?rorn oil. .,..** 160 00
Jyles, Wm.. postage *..*.*?. ? **..? 40 00
'atten, C. W., dtunagea to horse aud buggy 35 00
tent of property corner dlxteouth and Main street...*? ..*? 300 00
tepaira to crematory road ? 3' 00
lefuud on taxes- - * - 228 C3
ewer repairs at Sixteenth and Main streets...*? * ? 109 Co
treet sweeper. * 400 00
'ruttce* hu haul's Church, Klghth ward, clock repairs *.*** 80 00
'elepboocs. - ....*?. * ? ? *,.*.** 23 75
k'oeber, F. A., Jr., commissions on city property collections 45 70-4 11,480 70
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Ilankets * ? - 23 00
Irooras .** **?..** *** 4 35
lOddlng ? 47 83
larpenter SVork and Lumber* 71 34
arpets and Furnishings ? - 1G4 42
hemical Engine * ? *.m * ? ? 2,100 00
hemlcals and Soda * - *.*. *.,.*....*. **,?.*.* 27 27
!rv"(foods ....7"....". * * .'. 1?.. 28 43
*8
:===::r=:z'":""? Si&
lardwaro and Tinware * **.?........*** ....** *..?**. 74 50
[arness Repairs.. **?.?? * ? .**. 163 85
lorses Purchased* *.*.** * **..* 785 00 '
lose..? - ? n W
lorsoiliro * * * *...** ** **.?.* 10 00
?. ??. 103 21
udicatorand Gong - *?.* * **** *.?. 200 00
[i cciuuwu;.::.:::::.:::.:;.- - ? *. - i*> $7
IcCumsey, James, uio of horse*..* - * 10 00 1
11 ?,...*. * **.**. ****?..*. *..** * 15 35
4JU1 19
ain'tingAnd''Glittin')?"." ........7.7...^.... -19 4i J
fum to Apparatus . ...... 322 02
cpalre to Buildings ... m.m.??. 185 87 :
oorecbt, F , extra time on wires- . ?... 18 00 J
aoelug Horses ..... .. 8M 30
Ignal Box ? m .............. . 128 00
i?tIonery.? m?m- ? - ************* - ??*? 1 00
elepbones ... * mm m. ISjOO
oil on NVIro, Wheeling ?ud Belmont Bridge Company 100 oo
etcrloary Surgeon m. m.?m..mm -?...... 8 60
ItriOlM ~ ? - 07 64
...m.mm..mm 42 00
ilary of Clerk W. H. Fee mmm m.....mmm 76 00
ilary of Chief J. A. Dunning W9 'X
Oary of Department...... m. mm 15,269 0tt-? 23#J 63
nEALTH DEPARTMENT.
dvertiMng and rrinUog.....M 569 40
uggy Hire ?... mm 8 00
oidle. George, labor and crematory ?... 18 Ou
n*matory Repairs 68 (U
100 60 '
m..m.m ...............m. m..m 14 IQ
iBpectora .........m~m........ mm ......mm,,.... 400 60
Iscellaneous .* .... 20 00
)Sta80 mm. ...mm* m.mmm 7 00 (
lambing mmmm..m -m.m..mmm m. . mm.mm. ... 2 1*
doioval of Garbage 4,248 18 (
trig, Louis, Labor at Crematory ? 489 76 <
auonery................ .. 18 70 <
jlepboues ........... - 2ti 25 (
irriBOU Geo. I., health oflloer. mm.. 852 66 ]
rig, Henry, superlutcndent crematory..... 7/0 U0-| 7,675 40 J
HARK STB.
ivortlslng and Prlnttng....mmm ................ mm..'...... 99 35
|rp^\erw o7k77^ ."...7r!...M CO 21
irtlng rubbish to crematory....MMM?.MMM ..... 160 75
intra market, now addition 4,410 00
jnllng ? 8 ?0
1 2ft
palm..* ?* - SOI 6t
bitevrasblnii..*-. ... 75 00
?n y. Patrick, clerk Second ward market. 750 00
L'KcoTor; John, clerk Ceutro market ...~ . 760 OO-t 6,410 77
POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Iverttalng and Printings .......... ..???. ............... 50 05
IHnK Couucil and ^ Detorngge'.* ...... 372 00
eanlng carpcta ??.? 11 M
speand glOfca'.ZZ '.Z'.^ 3 CO
ecfln gpri*oneniTn Vocitup~..^<^~ M 20
ding iirltoneri In Jail. Louts Steenrod..... &M 00
imewcli police station* ... 871 40
killing prisoners ..... ..... 89 75 E
illlag doga, Loula DelbruKgo - ? 230 00 a
no cum - ....- ....... 11 00 t
lscellancous...~. ? - as 75 a
(lee repairs....- ?? ... 43 80 lntlng
............ - 5 10
llco belts - - - 48 #1 J
limbing* ? - ..... 1H 9U
tscnbcrg, J. II., stone masonry and plaelng police boxes.. 4ft 40 ti
itlonfry-~? ? 30 02 H
legraplilng ? ??... 62 49 0
lepboues ? 42 80 u
Herniation on tbe Island? 89 .Ti
ishltig towels and gloves - 4 35
ludow screens 8 M>
anrofF.Drus bel, keeper ol lockup ........ G00 00
lary of O. Ueeban, assistant keeper of lockup - H 480 00
I?rr of Henreant, LouisDtfibruggtf, ??? ........ - I,flu0 00 J
laries of Deputies -?. 21.029 65-# *,771 78
REAL E8TATK. V
IrcrtUlng and Printing -~m....m.m mm....m~mm -mmm M 36
tendingCapitol clock....**. ?*.?** 00 00
rnlngs .. ****.***....*. 11 36
tPCta....... *m mm mm. mm.. . 6 2ft
jring city property, W. H. HA]ler...*-.....m?* mm..?. 25 00 f
r
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
Miscellaneous........ 45 GO
Fainting.. ....? ..?....JU..... ? ...... 101 02
100 ZJ
Repairs ? 101 so
rturvevlUR. F. L Huge... . ...? 19 00
Howell, John, janitor ?780 00
Ciaucy, Mary, assisting tlio janitor ? 480 00-| 1,757 M
BALAJUKd.
Elllncham. Robert. Awwor Pint district... **.. 400 00
Fee, W. H , Assistant City Clerk 000 00
Foe, W. H , Clerk o! Police Court.-.........*.- 399 90
Hanke, Eugene. Clerk of the Flint Branch and Commlttoo Clerk 760 00
&$rtg&t!c! VourC.".'.7rfL.Z'ZZ.Z7rL.^ m x
Thoncr. Thos. F., City Clerk * 1.000 00
White, Robert. City Solicitor. ? ? .......... 999 96
Woeber, F. A., Jr., City Reoelrer .......... ? 999 90-f 0,9991,
SCALES.
labor ...... ? 8 00
Lumber. - - 72 00
Miscellaneous ...... ....... .... .. ?.... 87 31
Moving and repairs. 97 74
New scales . .*. 80 00
Dlndna uuU luu.1,, _ 81 00
Tent weight! ..... n to
O'Brien, Frank. Weigh mastor...... . 175 00
O'Brien, Charlea A., Welghmaster. ..................... 175 00-9 G93 c\
TAXES, COLLECTION OP.
S. L. Brloc, commissions.......... .... ....... .. 102 00
William iiylm. - ? ~.. 1,096 M 14*
WATER WORKS.
Repairs and supplier pumping department..... ...... . . ...... 8 918 63
Extension of street mains. - . 8,612 74
Repairs to street malna 1,521 C2
Rep-tiri to building- ? ....... l.VSl 14
New reaenroir......... .... 27,737 85
Flro plugs....... -. 974 00
Tool* !. .. .... . 883 81
Servleea .... . ..... ..... ~. 420 03
Repairs to boilers and furnaces ............ ........ ..... .'f.'l sy
Oil..... . ... . 632 3J
Coal._-_. , ,,, , I, , 2.718 74
Wages at Works. 18,(W7 00
Olllce salarJoi . .. .. 8,799 33
Refund on Erroneous Assessment....... 1W0 22
Miscellaneous......... 2,MS 42
Old Ueservolr............ .. . 017 bC-f 63.1&I4?
The water Board ha* alto paid the following amounts:?
On account of Compromise Loan ...........................$3,352 99
On account of Loan of 1885 .. 8,750 00
On acoouut of Loan of 1877 3,330 00
LOANS.
Interest, Exchange and Expense.? ............ f 23
OAS WORKS.
Expense of Work.. ?.? ?,jsj M
Th?* Gat Trustee* a<?o ptld on ?csouut of tho Loan of 1883... ..4^,760 00
And tho Loan of 1851. 7,002 50
LIGHTS.
Gas Furnished Public Building.......... "...J 4.S8710
Gas Furtilsbed Public Lamps ... .. 7,5 3 75
Cltjr Ml Lamn* ... 1,709 50
City Natural Gas Lamps 57 GO
Erecting and Repairing Public Lamps fltfl 85
Cleaning, Lighting and Extinguishing Public Lamp* 3,218 38?8 is.at9 eg
Total Disbursements ....... 351 -into
Receipts in Excess of Expenditures 6,211 ?
?W7^19W
REVENUE 1890.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK8.
Adam dt MoKown. paving...MMM ................... .......... S 20 00
City km works, ntvtug.. ...... CI 14
City water board, paving-~?M. - 159 ::i
IlinbHrd ?fc Sod, paving 28 (V.
IIUHOmati, F., pavius ..................... 210
Kyle a Zeigler paving 1ft 60
Mucollaneoua ............ - 82 12
Robrecht, W. C., old wagon &) oo
Romj A Hamilton, paving 7 M
Trimble dt Lutz, paving...... 6 08
CEMETERIES.
Bales of cemetory lots, burials, ctc................ J \,hi si
CITY PROPERTY.
Rents from city property. ............ MM......~. - 15; OS
FINES AND FEES.
Fines and foes, Police Court 12,190 a
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Homes sold 145 00
Old Iron and brass sold ........ 81 44-} 221 w
LICENSES.
1 Auctioneers ......... 77 C8
Billiards .. .......................... 280 CW
Broker* ~ ~ .....m. K25 Co
Coffeo housei, ordinaries, etc . 37,634 60
Hotels .. 130 U)
Insurance tax .......... (518 00
Peddlers?........~~ .? ... 314 7ft
Powder 72 47
Shooting gallery 14 70
Shows ....mm,............................................ 557 95
u"-u - 780 60-? 41.801 01
MARKETS.
Centre market, stall rent and wagon tax.....~ 4.025 97
Second ward market stall rent and wagon tax. 6,6-1 06-5 11.190 02
MISCELLANEOUS.
Miscellaneous...^ ........... ? 2? iw,,...
Sale of old Court House 20,070 00-$ 20,115 92
SCALES.
Fourth and Main, n. Voflllnger... - - 121 X
Seventh and Main, John Fcndt ......... 125 80
Tenth and Main, II. J. Loomls 121 14
Tilrieomh and McColloch, Wo. W. Johusou. 87 /Central
Glass Work*. ~ 2;
Seventeenth and McCollock, W. II. Ilornlsb
Seventeenth and EofT, Jan. Thomas iw mi
Twentieth and Main street, W. W. KUuo ? ?6
CoBtro Market. G Staab ?.... 89 0?
I .allelic Iron Works, W. E. Beswlck - ? ~~~ ? 14
Zano street, F. Q Remule .... . 124 40
Thirty third and Chapllue atreets, Henry -<chulta?.^..? lift 07
Thirty fourth and Wettel street*. E. D. Rayner.. 6} 26
Thlrtv-nlnth and Jacob streets, Charles Jones .. 21 9o
Forty-flfth and McColloch streets, Geeiwe Hell - 43 41
Forty-eighth and McColl<>ch street*, P. Kuns ? 22 12
Forty Oral and McColloch street*. Patrick Daughortv.............. ? 40 14
Thirty-fifth and McColloch atreets, W. W. McOonnelL......... - 68 92-S 1,W7 JJ
TAXES (1839) REAL AND PERSONAL.
Myles, William, City Collector, 50c. Levy. ? ? 10.180 op
Myles, William, City Collector, 60c. Levy 2,697 93?S 19,178 C
TAXES (1890) REAL AND PERSONAL.
Myles, William, City Collector, 60c. Lory .. 72,860 88
Myles, William, City Collector, 10c. Levy 14,181 62?I 86,495 00
TAXES (1890) RAILROADS.
Dully, P. F., Auditor.. ............. 1.WJ *i
WHARVE8.
Wharlagc ? ? ................. ....... 1.9? *
WATERWORKS.
MLuollanenous Rocelpts-Salo of Pipe, Brick, otc 1,0 47
Receipts from -orvlces.. .. ~ ........... ? ?... 232 00
Collections of Delinquent Water Rent* 710 61
Collodions of Water Rents, Bills of September. 1889 ?..~ 1,890 22
Col lectio us ol Water Routs, Bills of March, 1890 ? .. 9,420 85
Collections of Water Rents, Bills of September. 1890 29,746 60
Collections of Water Reuta. Bills of March, 1801 22,976 47-1 63,488 S
GAS WORKS.
Earnings ? - * 93,16* 61
Total Rooeipta ~?... $337,519 ft
DEBT SUMMARY JAHUIRY 1, 1890.
DEBITS.
city 10-30 loan ?...... ~t W.0M 00
CorapromUo loan ... ........ 78,000 00
Loin of 1881 .. ? 1M.500 00
Marietta and Cincinnati bond*- ...... . 5.000 00
Loan of 1885 .. 270,000 00-159.),MOM
City orders outstanding luued slutm January 1,1880...... 1,64H
City ordert outstanding luued prior to January 1, 1880 .......... 1.^0 M
City orders outstanding. iOc lory fund ................. ....... 3171 *
City order* outstanding, contlngunt fund 15. P. W ............................ ?' > 19
A.ccruod Interest and coupons outstanding - lUttW
f016,3Ji l)
CREDITS.
Commissioners of 10-30 loan ............ f 1,620 00
Wilkinson and Mathlson, trustees compromlso loan ... 0,550 OS
Commissioners of 1881 loan - ? 512 50
Commissioners of 1835 loan 1,471 :t0
City Gas Trustees . ....... ..? 16,972 W
i ity Water Board .. 17,250 28
Receiver 10c levy fund 1JM 6fl
lUcelver continent fuud, B. P. W 1,0M 2i>
ftecelvcr genoral fund 2,359 7'J? 52,327 j*
Net debt January 1,1803 $54J,?l #
DEBT SUHHART JANUARY 1st, 1891.
DEBITS.
10 80 loan ...? S 85,000 00
Compromise loan ~. ......... ?. 83,000 (ju
Loan of 1881 ........... 1W.600 00
Marietta ?fc Cincinnati bonds .. .... .. 5.000 00 ..
i-uHii oi lau ? 27O.0CO oo?KM0)?
J Ity orders outstanding Issued slnco January 1st, 1888 l.^J *
Jlty orders outstanding Issued prior to January 1st, 18o6 ........ 1.*?"
3Iiy orders outstanding, lO^sent levy fund MjJ fi
lecruod Interest and coupons outstanding ..?.... 1<
1017,074 C
CREDITS.
TommUaionera 10*30 loan.. ........ I 1,000 00
iVillinaon and Mathisou, truiteea cotnpromlae loan... 3,870 CI
JominUaloncra 1881 loan 613 00
JommiMlonen 1685 loan 1,371 30
Jlty gaa truiteon 12187 01
Jlty water board - ? 1,111 07
lecelrer general fund.. 20,377 48
ieceiver contingent fund-... 8,8*1 10
leceiver 10-cent levy...... 1.598 Hi
)ralti In transitu? ...... .. 125 08-1 45.UJ?
Not debt January lat, 1891 KM* *
Respectfully submitted
THOMAS F. THONER,
CITY CLERK.,.
OKXKHAL NOTICES. WANTED. _
VTOTICE. ' \\T ANTED?A GOOD FIRST-CLASS
l^f V cook at once. No washing or ironUThe
undersigned I? tho regular appointed 8hort distance from motor line. Addieu- *
gent for the sale of tho Miller Chemical Klro 8. II.," tbta office.
Lztlnirulabor. Personal attention *iven tnall ? ti,WfPnTivF AS
xtliiKUlsher* sold by him. Cbar?;<*? fur roQU!n< \A7AMED?A MAN TO TAKfc A
Iways an band Address No. 13< Sixteenth f * office and repreaont a manufartuwr. p
treet. Wheeling, W^Va. j. a. DUUSISQ per week; email capital required. Add?*j2
REMOVED. Maimlacturtr,Box^.Wt.1 ictlM **
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