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hy virtue of * deed of trust executed to mo by
We* Kineon the mh davtof 4tiKUst.ifOO.anS
,u ,. I of Trust Hook No. ft I, pagosi.
of i/ic recorfaoi Ohio oounty, West Virginia, 1 i
Will. oa |
uroceed to " jj b! public suction to the higbett
nd bt-t bidder. ia the north f:ont dooroi the
Cou<t lloiiu' of <>hlo Couuty, the following Ue*
jrribed rial enliitc. to-wlt:
2,; . .x < r:aiu tract of Jau<.J CODtMlalDg One
hand! routy four and three-fourth
/ :, ? !..<! <.rl?*e,)'!ttiAteilu tho county
of U?lo and htstfli of .W'ost Virginia, on the
waters of Utile Wheeling Creek, and bounded
? follow.", to-wlt: Beginning at a sogar tree on
Ihebsnkof adta.uaud run mug thence north
jl i -1.fo'< . loavblto oak adjoining lands
fon;i-:r.j owntd l-> Ut-orgc Dement; theucesoutb
rr- ?f?t iw poie* to h \>hito onk adjoining lands
fomeily owned by John Wayt; thence south 7?
we*i :j pole* to * sogar tree by a branch; tbenoe
?uit<l branch according to the meanders
thereof aud tiling tiweon IMS poles to
? vunr tree fj) tue hunk of said branch,
thtu e according to tt?o meanders aud
thereon v.;j jiolos to the bo.
[ glnulntf, being the same tract of laud conveycd
I to the m!<1 J*mes Itine by Win. T. Meholsant
wiio by deed dated March HO, 1876, and recordoc
in I'u 1 Book 63. page Xii, of the records of Ohio
I coumyj
i.?a tract of land situated in Ohfo county.
I Wen Virginia, sd oining lands of John Marling
au'i K >;. Maawell, bcginoln* at a stake In said
jfarliiik' * line, corner to It. M. Maxwell, thence
With Maxwell h Jlue south fift#" east '24 poles to
astaki near s roe I;:hi nee north trett 2lk
in it betcb them.-e north Jfjv west 20 poles
ton'tate in wtid Surfing's Hue; thence with
mm line south 0 wwl 18 poles to the beginning,
containing 1 aero aud z> wjuare rods, and being
tie Mine property conveytd to said James JilnC
bi Sarah C. Uegartno, _by deed dated Juue 23,
1?, Hitil rccowwi JII I'tcu ?ws fi|
the rtcords o! Ohio county.
3d ?A certain (not of land situated in the
said'connty u:"1 boundedanddescribed
v.. follows. to wit: Btglutung hi a stake 16 fe?t
from tnu middle of toe now road, on Dlxou'n
ruu t&cnce northeast to a whit* oak tree, cor.
uerio m!?i James Kino; theuco aonthwestto a
wkc fictlrom thojulddloof said now road;
t'lt-u. uitu Mid ro<nl tmi oa a Jiue with the
urn,- to the bcglnnli:*. containing one acre,
nore i-r loi, ?nu butnc the mate property oon?
veyid to slid Jtimui Utuc by Margarets. Whit,
haw and hu\band Dy decu dated June 1, lb88,
tod ra-oMcd in Deed book 01, page IDS ol the
record* of Ohio county.
No. JU a? tho same is designated on
ilif Mat ol the to .ui ot rri-ideluhta, lu thccuuu*
tTofUhioaiidStaUiof Won Virginia, {routing
to ft 1 ion the National road ana running back
(cet to an alley, being the tame property
convejed to said Juntos *1110 by \V. I*, Iluboord,
trustee, by do id dated November 8, 1S7J, and '
recorded In Deed Bjok 6J, page 811, Ol the reo>
ord<oi Ohio county.
6th.?a certain lot or ground situated In the
town at Klin tirove, comity of Ohio and dtafo of
West Virginia, and deacrlbea as follows, to-wlt: ,
Beginning hi a point lu the line of the National 1
Karl Ht the corner ol tbo school house lot;
thence north 87>,' west lfi5 feet; thence south
73 west >'i7 foot; thence lu a'direct Ilnetotne
National road, forming a right angle with the
line of tli Mine; tlience lollowlng the lino ot
Mid road '>t> feet aud 7 Inches to the place of be*
ginning, being tne same property-conveyed to <
Mid James nine by Kliz.i Anu Dennis and hus- (
baud by deed dated ueptomber *Ja, istM, and re- *
copied in Deed iiooi 76, y*&\j lOti, of the records ,
of Ohio countv.
t-.i.: 1.1 .c will conmenco at 10 o'elnofcs. m.
ol said day, and wM be made on tho followlug 1
terms ana conditions, to-wlt: tj-:e thirl the
purc.'nou money cash 0:1 the day ol a?le; onethir
1 thereof, with interest, lu ouo year from
isld (iste. Hud the residue thereof, with interest
lu two years irom said date, tue purchaser glr
lug tils note* with good security, to be approved
by me, for tald deferred uayments, and the
legal title to said property to bo retained by
me ns a further security until tho purchase
money is fully paid. I'oKM&siou0! raid property
will do given un the Jim day ol April, 1>D1. The
title to the nbjvc property Is believed to be B
good, hut selllug iw trustee, 1 will couvey only a
such title as is vested in mo by Mid deed of ?
trust. J. u. SO MS1 KKVluLJi, Trustee. P
W. II. IIam.rk, Auctioneer. w
State of Wk>t Vtuui.su.
Cou>tt of Ohio, to wit:
7. George Hook, Clerk 01 the Count? Court of ?
said county, do certify that biud and security ?3
h*s beet given by ttie abovo named trustee, as *(
wimtoa oj ?nw.
Given under my hand this 2Sth day ol October, '
1SW r<
oaa-jiwA? nEOBQE HOOK, Clerk. q
The above wile lias boon continued until *\
fi.Vll'Ki'AV. D&CEUUKK, 20. MM), at same il
time aii'l place. J. 1J. BOMMEEViLLE, .
jio^-xwar Trustee. y
The above nile has been continued until Tues- fi
dar January 6.1WJ, at Mine time and place. ft
uc.'i J. 15. BUMMJ5KV1LU6, Trustee.
The'above fnic has been continued uutilTues- f(
dir. January X7, at samo time and place. n
jiHTrtua J. H 8(>M ??KttVlH.K.Trustee. "
By virtue ol a deed of trust made bj Caroline 4i
Ik'ls? (iluce deceased) William Heiio and Hen- ..
ry rtolwj jo me hh trustee, dated January '/i, lt85, ?
recorded iu the office of the t;lerk ol .be Count* t
Com of Ohio County, West Virginia, iu ix?d i,
of Trust Hook No. '*3, page *'J2,1 will sell at tbe
north front door o! tho Court Houso of said
couuty, on ^ E
SATURDAY. Iho alit DAY of JANUARY, 1831, J
bcg'unltigat 10 o'clock n. m.. the following do- ?
scribed property. Mat i? to toy: All tboiuter
e>u of Mid i>tutfcrt m and to uie north halt ol 2
lot kumbcred twelve in square six in that part
of the city of Wheeling, Miio County, West VlrlilnU,
formerly cnlltd Mchietowu, but now Ii
cslli'j Houtli W heeling. m
, The luicivit ol H?i<l Caroline Hoiso in said H
property was h dower interest as the widow of C
lltttry Hi-he, deooucd. which iniercst waaeJt C
tlnculihed by her death; and the interests to b? *
sold ury tho undivided two thirds belonging to *
Mid William Hulec and Henry Helnu aa two of
tbe three children una heirs at law of said Heury
HeUe. deceased.
Ttejcs 0' One-third snd as much more
pi the purchaser elects 10 pay in cash on ihe
day of tale, Iho balance in two equal installment*
ut one and two years, notes bearing In*
term from tho any of sale to bo given for tho
deferred payments the title to be retained until
payment 1* made in full.
W. J. W. COWDEN, Trustee.
W. H. PAi.un, Auctioneer. dog
By virtue of a deed of trust mode by M?ry
F.uiuia t-tehstruth and 8. Cbaa. Ktclistruth. her
husbaud, to mc tui trustee, bearing date May lit,
A. i) jv>y, am) ncorded Jn tbcoflke of the Clork
oltho County Court o( Ohio county, West Virginia,
in Deed of trust Hook So. 28, page 200,1
will proceed to M'il ut public sale at tho front
door ot the Court House of slid county on
-SATURDAY, tho 7th day .of FEBRUARY, 1891,
beginning al 10 o'clock a- m , Ibo following de?
scribed propctly. that 1? to say:
The Ki*ti lit thirty-three (33) leet of lot imm>
boro.i eloveu (U) tu squar* numbered six (6) In
the City of Wheeling. uhlo county, West VIr
IxIuIh. in that part of thea-ild City of Wheeling
formerly known as Kltchlctown.
Being trie Mime properly which WRs convcyed
to 'tie Mid Mary Emma hicbstrutli by llirain M,
Thatcher by deed dated August 6tli, 1887, and
recorded in the said clerk's ofilec.
The title to tao above propelty ii believed to
be perfect. but selling a# trustee 1 will convey
only the title vented in me by sold deed of trust.
Tkums or rtAi.K-Ont> third and as much m.?re
as the purchaser elects to pity in caih, tho baianee
in two equal installments, payable respectively
in six and twelve mouths from tho day of
sale, note* limrii'K interest from the day o? sale
toboKiveu for tho deferred payments, the title
to be retained until payment Is made in full.
J?i (' A.wellAKKKR,Tmdee.
rj^KUSriiE'S SALE.
By virtue of a dee 1 of trust made by Jame*
Smith, jr.. to mc a* trustee, bearing date ou the
17th day of November, iu tho year 1888, and
recorded In th? otllce of tho Clerk of tho County
Court of Marshall county, West Virginia, iu
Deed of Trust Book mi. 8, pages 293 aud 291,1
will priccod to soil at public auction on the
premises to bo sold In the city of Konwood, In
aid county, on
SATURDAY, the llth DAY of FEBRUARY, 1891,
beginning at lao'clock a. m., tho following do- ,
scribed r.uil estate, situated In tho said city of
Kenwood, that Is to say, all that lot No. W
(thirty-nine) in Hchod's Third Amoudod Addi
turn to the said city of Bon wood, being tho same
property grimed and oonveved toihoeald James
Kmllh ir !.? A .t. iMiirl'it. ?,i?Tlol onmmtHSlOllBr.
1>> deed dated the 17th day ol ivovember, 1888.
rutvs or tsALg-One-thlrd, ?r a* much
ttorrt &< the purchaser urn* fleet, cash lu hand
on the day ol ale, an?l the balanco in two equal \
installments, payable reapoe.lvely in six an*
twoivo month !tom the day of ?*le, with inter*
est, iho purchaser 10 give nil no tin for iho deferred
installments, with seourity satisfactory to
the uudetslgned trustee.
tiho. 11. PALI)WELL. Trusteo.
rjmtustee's sale.
i?y virtue of a deod of trn>t infulo by John
Wstilon and Mary Mnnion, his wife, to me as
truvtee. dated Novemoer 29, 1?86, recorded In
the office of the CUrk of the County Court of
Ohio county, Wot Virginia, in Deed of Trust
JW< So. 23, pane V77. 1 will veil at tho nortn I
front door of the Court Uonse ol Mid county on (
SATURDAY, the 21st DAY of FEBRUARY, 1891,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., tho following
described property, that is to vay: Lot num* |
l>crcd live In souaro unentered forty-two. in the
tovinof dorihWhrelinK. boimr part of UieCiiy |
of Wheeling, in uhlo Count*, West Virginia.
Tkkms ok s*i.*-Oue third and aa much moro
m the pun burr oleuta to pay In caiih on tao day
ol uie the balante la two equal installments at
on? and two yean, note? bearing. Interest from
the day of nale, to be given for the deterred nay*
menu the title to be retained until payment la
xna-lc lu full.
W.J W. COW DEN, Trusts.
W. H. Hai i.r.it ftt ettntwr. Jalg
Proposals ion dams and dikes.
0. 8. Engineer otllee. Cincinnati, Dec. 18.
1M0 Scaled proposals, In duplicate, for fnrnUhinn
material and construct I g dams and dikes
In Ore Ohio river, tn-wlt: A enb jupcmruclnr*
on dike at foot of Marietta Island, a dam at
hea l of lilcnncrhawtt's Island, a dlko at
Cmiums, a dike at lower bsr at Rising Hun, a
crib superstructure on dike at Madison, and a
dike at Flint island, will be received at this
oflbro until (2 m on 1bundsy, tho 22d day of
January, mi, and then opened. All lnforma
tlou fnrulshed on appliration The attention
ol bidders Is invited to tbo Ac?s of <ongrosa approved
February 98,188\ an* February ? 1887.
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Uflfl|?tH-XD Heuloa of tb? U<uit?.
ciiablubton, w. Va., Jan. 10.?Ibi
House convened Saturday morning am
was opened without prayer.
Judge Ferguson, Chairman ol tin
Judiciary Committee, reported that thi
committee had conaidered House billi
Noe.Sand 8, and recommended thai
both do pass.
Chairman Robert White, from thi
Committee on Taxation and Finance
reported that that committee had con<
sidered a number of bills and bad rec<
ommended to nass House 'Hills Nos. 20,
27 and 2U. The committee reported
back House Bill No. 02, with the request
tbat the same be referred to Committee
on Education. Also House Bill No. 10,
reported back with request that it he referred
to Committee on Claims and
The following bills were presented
and referred to the proper committees:
By Mr. Hanen, of Marshall county,
House Bill No. GO, amending the Code
relating to teacher's examinations in the
School Law.
By Mr. Ferguson, Kanawha county,
a resolution providing tbat any standing
committee ot the House, having a bill
under consideration, may, if necessary,
have the usual number of bills printed
for the use of the committee and the
House. Adopted.
By Mr. Dandridge, Jefferson county,
House joint resolution No. 4, raising a
joint committee of fire from the House
and three from the Senate, to bo known
as the World's Fair Committee, and to
have charge of matters pertaining to the
World's Sir. Adopted.
By Mr. Kiscr, Pendleton county ,House
bill No. GO, to amend the code in regard
to hunting, chasing or killing deer, except
from September 15 to December 15,
and prohibiting the chasing bj dogs at
all times.
l)y Mr. Johnston, Monroe county,
House bill No. G7, amending ttie code,
defining property exempt {com taxation.
By Mr. Gibson, Jefferson county, resolution
pioviding that certificates of
election of the members of tlio House
be referred to the Committee on Privileges
snd Elections, with instructions to
committee to inquire luto and report
who are members and amount of mileage
due each. Adopted.
By Mr. Hanen, Marshal county, House
bill No (IS. 1 bill niAvlHlRD (ha, d -inid
tered physician may conduct a drag
store without the aid of a regular pharmacist.
Judge Samuels, on bolialf of Mr. Linville,
Boone county, introduced House
bill No. 60, providing for the reassesement
of all real estate within the State.
By Mr. Bryte, Preston county, House
bill No. 70, amending code relative to
licenses of charters ar d certificates of incorporations.
By Mr. Weaver, Berkeley county,
House bill No. 71. extending the time
tn wbijh distraint and sale of property
may bo made lor taxes and fee bills.
By Mr. Morgan, Marion connty, House
bill No. 72, amending school law co as
to add civil go rernment and book-keeping
to branch*a required to be taught in
public school j.
By Mr. Gramm, Taylor county, petition
of H. P Davidson and forty others,
taking enactment of a law prohibiting
the sale of lire crackers in thioState.
By Mr. Smith, Tyler county, Uouae
bill No. 73, bill authorizing Secretary of
State to contract for printing and binding
400 eopies of second edition of Volume
i~, W. Va. Reports.
By Air. W hite, Obio county, House
bill No. 74. proposing amendment to
Code relative to proporty of a married
voman an d providing that when such
aroperty -comes from any other source
han her husband, it is not liable for his
lebts, bnt can be held or traded by her
tame as if she were unmarried. Also
blouse bill No. 75, relating to the convey
anr.e of real estate held jointly by
jeirs, also providing for transfers of real
jstatf?in coses of insanity.
By Mr. Welch, Mineral county, House
bill No. 70 to amendlthe Code in relatiou
to -allowances to witnesses for attendance.
By Mr. Thompson, Summers county,
P niina Kill Wrt 77 /> olYioml tlia Hn'lo
reclion 6, chapter 131, relative to powere
o! Circuit Courts is other than chancer;
By Mr. Shaw, Barbour county, House
bill No. 78, providing lor listing the
voters of the State, obviating the necessity
of a registration law and providing
penalties for voting or attempting to
vote illegally.
By Mr. Morgan, Marion county, House
bill No. 70, requiring railroads to keep
posted the tine of arrival and departure
of trains carrying passengers, at all
stations, whether late or not, and if late,
bhowing bow much to.
By. Mr. Smith, Tyler county. Home
Bill No. 80, proponing an amendment to
tho Code in regard to powers, liabilities
and.jurlsdiction of Justices and Constables
and procerdingi i in civil cases wherein
Justices have jurisdiction.
By Mr. Hanen, M'arohall county, resolution
asking that 3,000 copies of Governor
Fleming's letter to tt e Sfmmfactm
er't Jtccortl, setting forth thu resources
of the Slate, be printed and each member
be given twelve copies, the remainder to
be given to the Secretary of State for distribution.
Adjourned till 10 o'clock a. m. Monday,
MK. 8U,i\V\> 1111,1,
To Lltt tbe Voter* of (lie State to Avoid
' Itagliuatloii.
Special CoTTttrmdaicr. ofthcInteUtoenecr.
bill 78, introduced yerterday by Mr.
Shaw, of Barbour county, is a rather
voluminous document. It provides
that assessors, in addition to their other
duties, shall be required to make as
complete a list as poseiblo of all the
legally qualified voters in thoir counties
which list shall be sent to the county
clerk ol the county and filed and preserved
by him, to ba delivered to the
various offices of election in the county
five days before the election. Any person
who is missed by the assessor can
apply to the county clerk up to ten
aays before the election and have his
name placed upon tbo list, and any one
relating to be listed by the assessor
shall be subject to a fine of not less than
$50 nor more than $100. If tho assessor
knowingly places the name of a person
who is not a legally qualified voter on
the list he shall be lined not less than
$30 nor more than $100,and if any person
whose name is not ou the list knowingly
votesor attempts to vote in tli^namo of
any person whose namo appears on
tbo list, or prevents or attempts
to prevent sny person who is a qualified
voter from voting, or any officer of election
who knowingly prevents a legal
voter from voting, knowingly accepts
the ballot ol one who is not a legal voter,,
or in fact attempts anv fraud upon the
"purity of the ballot" which Democratic
legislators hold in such high regard, he
shall be guilty of a felony, and confined'
In the penitentiary not lees than one nor
more tb*n three years and shall be disqualified
from holding oflice forever.
Commissioners of election are to be empowered
to arrest any person attempting
to rote whom they suspect of not being
a legally qualified voter. In-fact the bid
is intended to "catcb 'em gwine and
comin'." but down' near the bottom it
provides that no legal voter is to be debarred
from voting because he Is not
"listed," which vir'ually makes tbe bill
Ineffective so far as tbe list iscoocernad.
As to its other features, they speak for
themselves. Under our constitution
thoro can be no registration of voters,
which was so obnoxious to our Democratic
friends a few brief years ago, and
Mr. 6h?w evidently desires to bridgeovei
the difficulty by "lilting" them instead.
However, as an effort will be trade to
offer to the people * constitutional
- amendment providing (or registration,
- which will probably be done, it docs
not seem likely, view it from whatever
aide, that Mr. Shaw's hill will be likelv
r to pass. It has been suggested that it
might have a good efiect in one respect.
s It is said that many assessors in the
. State are derelict in tueir duties, and t"0
1 frequently make off their books each
year Irom the books of the year prei
vlous. Mr. Shaw's measure might result
, In compelling them to do their duty by
going to the people Instead of to their
1 predecessors' books. But as i; wonld
t add largely to their labors it would be
no more than justice to add proportion)
ately to tbelr salaries. This Mr, Shaw
, seems to have forgotten.
1 A Father CrltloUwl For Not Supporting 1XU
Child'* lUck.
' PUUburvk DUpalch.
"There goes a man carrying a baby
' who doesn't know how to do it," remarked
a military captain to a reporter
yesterday, as tboy passed a married
1 o tii.ii.iJ .i! i nu..
man, being inexperienced,wanted
to know how a baby should be carried
"Well, that man," answered the Captain,
"has both arms under the child,
and tbo poor little thing's back is un.
supported. It sits on bis hands, when
Its spinal column is not strong enough
to hold it upright. X ain a bachelor, but
my father was a physician, and I remember
how well he used to caution
parents in carryings young child to prop
up lis back; but how many mothers do
this? The wonder to me id that more
children do not grow up with crooked
'spines and twisted shoulders. This
would certainly be the case if tbe average
American infant was not as tough
and lusty as he is. The poor children
are tortured by their parents, the last
peisons on earth who would willingly
give them pain. Alas, none of us know
tbe trials of babyhood, and many go
under for want of proper attention."
, ,
Tried and Tru?
Is the positive verdict of tbe people who
take Hood's Sareapaiilla. When used
according to directions the good effects
or this excellent medicine are soon felt
in nerve strength restored, that tired
fueling driven off, a good appetite
created, headache and dyspepsia relieved,
scrofula cuied and ail the had
effects of impure blood overcome. For
a good blood purilier, take Hood's
Barsaparilla. G
Do You Cuugb t
Don't.delay. Take Kemp's Balsam, j
the beet cough care. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure sore
throat or a tickling in the throat. It will
cure pains in tbe cbest. It will cure influeoza
and bronchitis and all diseases
oertainina to the lunus because it is a
puro balsam. Hold it to tho light and i
see bow clear and thick it is. Yon will ,
see the excellent eflect after takiug the
first dose. Large bottles 60c and $1. 2
How to&uocecd* !
This is the great problem of life which
few satisfactorily solve. Some fail be- j
cauce of poor health, others want of
luck, but the majority from deficient }
jjrit?wont oi nerve. They are nervous, j
irresolute, changeable, easily get the j
blues and "take the spirits down to keep i
the spirits up," thus wasting money, ?
time, opportunity and nerve force j
There is nothing like the Restorative .
Nervine, discovered by the great special* >
1st, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervouB dis* j
eases, as headache, the blues, nervous t
prostration, aleepleeeaeaa, neuralgia, St. ;
Vitus dance, fits, and hysteria. Trial j
bottle and fine book of testimonials free, ;
at the Logan Drug Co.'s. tthsaw-2
Findlay, Ohio, May 1, 1800. !
J .it. Look Rul Ctovtr Co., Detroit:
Gentlemen:?I have been using your <
Fluid Extract of Red Clover for consti- |
pntion, and find ifc a truly wonderful med j
icine, in fact doeo viore than you claim i
tor it. I cheerfully recommend it to any 1
one suffering from that or kindred com* j
plaints. Youxs respectfully, j
Frederick Luden. <
The above is but one of many such
letters we are receiving every day. If i
you are ailing try Loose's Extract Red >
Oliver. If it does you half as much good !
< us Mr. Luden, you will be well repaid. :
I If it does you no good after faithful trial ]
I return the bottle to drnggist you pur- j
chased of and he will return your money, ]
as such is our instructions. Only try it <
I is all we ask. J
For sale by Logan Drug Go. daw
?? i
Sick UeHdaohu. j
Loose's lied Clover Pills cure 6!ck r
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Con- <
Htipation. 2oc per box, 5 boxes for $1. j
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw i
Slllka' Norvo and Liver Pill*.
Act on a new principle regulating the <
liver, stomach and bowels through tho
nerves. A now discovery. Dr, Miles' j
PiHfl speedily caro biliousness, bad taste, ?
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un- <
equalled for men, women, children, j
i Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 j
| cents. Samples free, at Logan Drug Co.
r <
When Daby was sick, we gnre her Csctona:
When rim was a Child, ?!io cried for Caatoria
When she became Silas, she clung to Costorfa- j
fftraiht bad Children, she gate them Castoria. f
r-? -i
Bkkcham's Pills cure Sick-Head* '
ache. 4
Piles, Piles, Piles. 1
Looso'a Red Clover Pile Remedy is a i
positive specific for all forms of the dis- j
easo. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcer* j
ated and Protruding Piles. Price 50c.
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw i
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. '
Backleu's Arnica Halve*
Tho beet ealvo in the world for cute,
broiaee, eoree, ulcere, mlt rbeurn, fever ;
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, ,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi- ,
lively cares piles, or no pay required. It '
is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 23 cents per ]
bo* For vJe ftv Lnjran Drnjr Co.
i i ]
LfitXSIClOfatt'A t
j CoMtivnei*. Atilruifglitt*- PrHng-'iCtg. ,
(Prlct only 25 ctnti. 8old by all druggftit.)
Reliavos quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia,Swellings,Bruises,Lumbago,
Sprains,Headache, Toothache, Cuts,
Burnt, Scalds, Sorts, Backache, to.
nucuLtHBrsfuiarut Onat Tabme l~
Lntm tlitntfit?Prlr* met?. it all druggltU.
Core BILIOUS and B
Nervous HXS.f]
25ctS. a BOX. B
The Fcntiirm of tho If009/ and Mock
New York, Jan. J'j.?Money on call easy.
rauRliiL' from IV, lo 3 per cent. last Iota 8 per
cent. closod offered at Ji per cunt Trine mercantile
paper Ga* per cent. Bt**rliuir e*cban>re
uuict Lut firm ?i ft yt)4*l b7. Sales 2?S,u>
The stock market to-day has been narrow, awl
during tho greater portion of the time and for
the great majority of stoeks dull, the disposition
evidently being 10 await tho outcome of the
financial legislation at Washington. To-day
there was a heary hank fsiluro in the West,
which immediately checked the upward movement
in progress at the time, showing conclusively
the sensitive temper of the market at
Sresent. One of the most influential events toay
was the exposure of the formal agreement
put in circulation to prove that the New Haven
railroad had made terms under control of New
Ki.gland, and what was supposed to have been
tbe foundation for the late material rise in the
latter stock. 1 he bull movement in It was not
only stopped fhort, but a drop of 6J? per ceut |
was made In It from tbe final price of Saturday.1
The close was ratber heavy, generally at small
fractional declines from Saturday's figures The
only marked changes were a rise of \% In
cbicagoTias and losses of 9% per cent in New
Railroad bonds qnlet: sales 81,818.000.
Government and State bonds dull and steady.
U. B. 4$ reg- ...120 |0btodc Mississippi.. 18
U. 8.4s coupona....i2o do preferred- ?
U. 8.4%> reg. ....103 Oregon Improve'b.26
U. B. 4H? coupon... 103 Oregon NaT..... 78
Pacificof 'w.?,...lio Oregon Trans ~. lGft
Adam* Express 140 Pacific Mall.... 34>
American Kxpreas-112 Pittsburgh- 149
Canada Pacific 7&fc, Pullman Palaco-...19o
Canada Southern... 6o% Keidiuff. 831
Central Pacific-. 80 Kock Islsnd..........
Chosapcake <k Ohio 1HW dt L. A San Fran..- ~?
do Dm preferred 405* 8t. Paul 5434
rto second pref'd 30% do preferred- 199%
Chl.Bur. <fc Qulncy- 01 8L Paul A Omaha... 24
Del it Hudson- \:aV4 do preferred- 80
Dti.,Uck.<k *cau:i<}6 Tenn.Coal Ji lroa... 37
Denver <b K. G- 10k Texas Pacific........ V>yt
Erie 20>4 Union Pacific......... 45
Fort Wavue 14'J U. B. Express 69
Illinois Central ICO W., Bt. L & P lift
KauMu <k Toxa*.-.- 13 do prefeired- 19%
l.oke Shore 107fc Wells Fareo Ex 140
LouixvJlJet&Nasli,. 77}$ Western Union...... 79%
Memphis dtChas.... 40 Am. Cotton Oil...... 'MJ
Michigan Coiitral... 92 Colorado Coal?.... 87k
Missouri Pacific.... 0% IronHilvor? 120
Nashville dt Chatt- 13 Quicksilver 0J4
NewJersevCentral.114 do preferred- 88
Norfolk i&NS'.prcf'd 56 Sutro....^. 8
Northern Pacific-... \Mi Rlchm'd4W.P.T? 18
do preferred- 70ft Atchison .......... ?
Northwestern........My4 Chicago Gas- 46%
do preferred- 184 k Lead Trust-. ?
New York CentraLlU2K Sugar ?
Breadstuff* Mod Provisions.
Cijjcaoo, Jan. 19,?Bear markets and bullaeqnlescenco
iu the downward act.on of prices by a
wholesale abandoumeut of their holdluKi were
fhe features of the day's business on the hoard.
Tho wh at market opened very weat at a decline
for May of %c. The principal cause of the
opening weakness was the report of the collapse
of the American National Bank of Kansas City
and a run in progress upon the Kansas City
Savings Bank. Some financial trouble was
also reported from New York to b? the cause ol
the decllue. Tbe ineiket closed dull, near the
lowest figures.
Corn market was weak and lower.
Oats were only fairly active.
Provisions were moderately active, with Uttlo
cbauge lu prices.
Flour unchanged.
1IUMI?VUU ?U. HIIIIUK 0<TjU; flUi dlll'lllV
b.1a86Hc: No. 2 red i))Uc: January ?7J4a.s8^tb7^c;
Mav W%?MaK%e; July S9J4a'JU>?aay%c
Co RW?Cash No. 2, 47%?!: JttuUMry 47%?47^;* J
<7'4c; rebruaiy47%a4S&47;#c: May 60Ka5i&?
OA-re-Ciwh No. 2, 42%c: January 42a42fca
I.? ;<!: May 44}i?45J^al4Jio; June4U44%a44jic.
KYK?No. 2, V0c.
ktaxsred?.n 0.1,$1 10.
Timothy Hked-81 25.
ile? fOBK?Cash gio 15: January 110 IVilO 30a
1017!?; Kcbruarjll.it 20al030al0 2*&
Lari>?rash 85 72K: January 85 72>?; Fobruary
? 77>4: May 8015?tS 25*6 17K.
?Uo?T Riiui 81 a0a4 90; January and February
NOOa5COa4 90; May 85 S2fca5 42>ia535.
BiioULDkiiS?84 20: abort clear ti 25.
OiUe h unchanged.
Visible supply?1The visible supply of grain
is r? juried lor tbo Hoard of Trade in an follows:
kVheat, 21,930,frJO bushels, decrease 338.00J bushsis;
corn, 2,718,000, decrease 51,008; oats, 8,453,jOO.
decrease 177,000: rye, 41'J.OCO, decrease 21,000;
Imrley. 3,615,000; uccrtaso W7.
Skw Yohk, Jku. 10-Floor, receipt* 32,500
iftckMgcs; exports 2,0(0 batrels; market heavy
tud dull; salt* 14,ux) batrels. Wheat, receipts
53,000 bushels;exports48,000 bushels; sales 2,010.KW
bushe s ol futures and 10,000 bushels of .
ipot; market dull and lower; No. 8 red Wife; rntions
moderate; No. 2 red January 81 Ol%;
February 8i March 81 M&al ttfal \}\%\ May
II 0-.9til 03&ai 0<%; June 81 00X; July Odie:
lugu?t 9<Hc. Slocks of grain in store and rflloat
lanuary 17: Wheat, 1,052,063 bushels; corn,
5:5.893 bushels: oats, 1.490,603 bushels; rye, Is,
X*) bushes; malt, 216,090 bushels; barley, 815,
sl7 bushels; peas, 12,337 buabels. Corn, rexJpts
36,100 bushels; exports ltM 00 bushels; sales
120,000 bushels of futures aud 34,000 buahots of
ipot; market dull and weaker; ungraded mixed
WaOOJic: January 59c; February 5?){c; May 59c;
March 57?Oils, receipt* :i?,uoo basnet*: exports
80u bushels; sales -I."-v<X) bu'hcls of
futures and 01,UX) ousbels of spot; markot dull
iml lower; January fcOkc; February 60kc: May
H-'c: No. 2 spot whit* ole mixed 4i<c; white do
da58c; No. 2 Chicago 61J*c. Hay and hop* quiet
JofTco steadier and uuchanjied. bugar quiet
Molasses a id rico firm. * Tallow dull aud steady.
Itoslu quiet. Turpentine quiet. Eggs firmer:
western 27c. Hiues firm and quiet. Pork quiet;
me** 89 75sl0 75: new mess 51150*1175; extia
>rime $10 50 Cut meats fairly active. Lird
weak and quiet; western iteaui so12X: January
HI 10; February to 10; March ?0 21; May 80 40.
Liutter quiet aud easy; wt-stern dairy i^a2?c; do
:reamery 19a28c: Elgin 29c. Cheese active and
itiong; Ohio llats JXaOJic.
Philadelphia. Pa., Jan. l9.-Flour weak.
iVhcat steady; No. 2 rod January Febuary
81 OJnl f0>4; March 8102}?alW: April
|L CMUjHl 05. Corn steady; No. 2 mixed January
iHitO yj; February 59a59)6): March and April
WVfcafiOo. ??ats steady: No. 2 mined 49lCn: No. 2
while January February 6&}$a50%c: :
Mmch 6l!4ii.ri(j4c; April 62K*c. l'ork, mess, old
III Oil; d-* new 81250; batni, am-ked 5iOOOaIIOO.
Uutierdull and weak; Pennsylvania creamery
xtra 27a2?c; do prima extra 29*830. Egus firm;
I'ennsylvania Units 28c. Cheese linn; part skltns
Cincinnati. Jan. 18.?Flour dull; family S3 85
i4 CO; fancy $1 36a4 70. Wheat dull, lower; No. 2
ed We; u<x-lpU4,tVO bis/hah: shipments 2000
iUfchols. Corn Irregular and lower; No. 2 mlxod
2c. oata quiet; No 2. mixed 47J*c. Rye fair,
lemand firmer; No. 2 75c. Pork quiet at 810 25.
I*rd dull at 85 70. Hulk meats dull. Uicon
lull; short clear 86 CO. Whisky suady at 8114.
Jutter lirm; fttucy cigin 80c; good to prluio Ohio
fOai'-c Linseed oil dull at 63c. bunir brm;
tard rcflucd C)?a7c; New Orleans 5c. K^ks nomnalat22Kc.
Cheeso steady; choice lull creamiry
Ohio list 9)$al0c.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 19.?Whoat dull; No.
! winter red spot and January 8734c: May 8102
Torn firm: mixed spot and Jauuary 68}$c; May
<G)ic. Oats quiet; western white ftla&c. Hjc
iuUitat8W8ic. Uav dull; primo tocholco tlmo
liy 8'0 6iall00. Mcts pork quiet; old 811 fio;
icw $1200. butter quiet; criMtnery faucy 27a
!8e; fair to choice 21s2is. Cofl'eeilrm; KioltfV.
Toledo, o., Jan. 19.?Wheat active and lower;
*sh aud January 95c; May 97c; July yi>^c; Au:u8tf&Jic.
Corn duh;cash aud Ma? 5l&c. Oat#
iulet: cash 4Cc. Cloversoed steady; casn 8486;
February 8140; March U 80. :
Live Stock.
CnicAOO, III., Jan. 19. ? Caltle ? Receipt* "
>8,000 head; shipments 4,000 head; market
neady; prime steers 85 vaS 40; common to
:bi?ico 8=<00a4 95; cows, bul^ aud mixed 82 00a
!7o; stoekcis 8l8a800. Moga?Receipts JM.OJO
lead; sbipmonia 7,000 head: market active;
"ouah aud common {345a3&5; primo mixed
M u)a3 75; primo heavy weights 83 70; light
M65 8heop-Recclpw 17.000 bead; shipmenu
1,000 bead, market actiro and steady at 84 23a
>25; natives 83 75a5 2b.
East Liberty, Pa., Jan.19?Cattlo-Rooolpta
1,222bean; shipments 1,193 head; market very
lull, 15 to 25c oil from last week's prices. Hogs
-Receipts 7,)00 head; shipmenu 4,400 head: mnr*
icet active; Philadel|>bUs83 95at05: mix?d83#"a
itfj;. heavy Yorkers 83 7fla3fi0; light Yorker*
rJ50u3tb; pigs 00*3 50. tiheep- RecHptt 4,IM)
Head; shipments 2,200 head; market steady.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 18.?Hog*, demand good,
market lirm; common and light 83 00*1 CO;
packing and butobers 83C0a3 b0; receipts C.050
bead; shipmenta 1.290 head.
New York, Jsn. 19.?The only trading to-day
in petroleum was in February option, Pennsylvania
oil Thoso contracts opened steady at
uT^c, fell off to 79c, then rallied lc on western
buying and closed steady, feuusylvaula spot
iioac. February opti.iH, opening at 73 >4 c; bign.ii
74c; lowest 73o; closing at T.t^c. Lima oil,
jo salrn. t otal sales to.O 0 barrels
On. City, I*a , Jon. 18.?Opened at 73J{c: high* .
ast 78jfc: lowest closed at TS^o; mIcs 149,* ,
WO barrels: closed 110,000 barrels; charters 10,Kit J
barrels; shipment* 107,M5 barrels; zuus 41,7(2 barrels.
bradford} Pa., Jan. 19.?Opened at 7*%c; ?
dosed athighest 78j*c; lowest 72He; clear*
usees 110.0U0 bat Ms.
mmncRou, Pa., Jan. 19.?Petrleum dull;
ftgencd at 78c; dosedat73c; highest 73>$c; lowest
The UrltUh Oral a Trade.
London, Jan. 19.?The Mark lane Exprtu, In
Its weekly review of the lliitish graiu trade,
says: English wheat* wotoftd dearer, although
the inquiry was slack. Foreign wheat was flrm.
1 ho cessation o/Ku**!*n wheat shipment* wa*
met by Increased arrivals from India and Anier- ~
ic*. At Liverpool corn advanced. Barley rose
Gd. Hye and pea* advancod 4d.
Dry Goods,
New York. Jan. 17.-Therc were no now feature*
In the dry good* market, and it maintains
a steady tono. _______
New Yoik, Jan. 19.?pi* Iron quiet. Copper
negUcicdat 114 00. Lead nominal. Tin dull;
straits $10 20.
'' Guuou.
Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 18.?Cotton, middling
iniesl Piles! Itching Pile*
Symito)i??Motatmo: intense itching and
stinging; most at Bight; worse by scratching.
It allowed to continue tnmon form, which ol*
ten bleed and ulcerato, becoming very sore.
Bwaynk'* Ointmknt *>to(n the itching and
bleeding, heals ulceration and in most caa?? removea
the tumors. At druggists. or br mall, for
60 cents. Dr. Bwayne 4son. Philadelphia.
"How to Care All Bktn DImimi."
Bimply anply "Swaynk's Ointment." No internal
mediclno required. Cures, tetter, ecuma,
itch, all eruptions on the face, handa, note,
Ac., leaving tbe akin dear, white and healthy.
IU great healing and curative powers aro possessed
by no utlier remedy. Ask your druggist
OHjWEIjIj supplies.
91 and 92 Water St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Either for Cas, Oil, Water or Mineral Tests.: ffr
p>k r?fi?miwi kirta IfiXB
tlNUINta, t'llIllNUd, L?B
For Steam, Gas, Petroleum or Water. j ^j|
Malleable and Grey Iron Pipe Fittings
Xjibertv Street,
Oilier branch itorru at all the prlrrffni rolnt* In rcnmrlvoTila, New York and Ohio Oil Field*.
BE UP Not to Stollt!
TO ? as ^ _
| THE MARK I ^laooiori
11 Tho Famous Cocoa of Europe.
Tho Coming Ono of America.
| Van Houten's has fifty per cent more of the flesh-forming j |
] elements of cocoa than is obtained by the best processes of ,
;! other manufacturers. !;
I Van Houteits Cocoa J
! | Doctors and analysts of the highest standing all over the !;
II world, certify to this immnnsfi wvincr nrwl hv V*v Wnti
11 ten's spccial process only can this be attained. |
i ! 8??Vam IIoCTEn'?CoooA("onco tried, alrr*jran?#d") pau?M?atba great advantage of V
J | letting no Injuriotu effects on the nunotuaynUtH. Ho wondor, therefore, that In all part* S
; i of the world, this Urrntor't Cocoa l? recommended by inedlcnl ntrn, Inatcud often 4
< \ (Mtil coffee or othercocoua or chocolutca, Tnr dully nao by children or ndulU, 2
hole nod alolc, Hch and i?oor. Ask for VaS UouTZS'Hindtatonoodbr. 61 X
w. ij. douglas shoes. cocoa.
wwL^^it epps's cocoaiO
IiQm39b ^' U\nirC "By a Ihoroujth knowledge of the natural laws
J 9B!yfi0*-9Bi u,t? which govorn tho operations of dlgcittou and
ftJ* PVyi ft *) ft_ nutrition, and by a careful application of the
LilBflF , Wfi.H. II^'UQ fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Bppi
#S?1 I At. ha* provided our breabfast table* with a deli*
Q./.P'sWKBS&- ..jumJ, J^tI/h catoly flavoured beverauo which may sava ui
Oj | Fn* mauy hmvy doctora' bills. It la by the Judlcloui
, o u *. yfe y-JSflaP&S- j UR dnvc Ult0 ot aucb artlclea of diet that a oonstltuUoa
NX* /?fl rSf-a,, uu'? msy be gradually built up until ationg enough
t * (jl/ i mHMMDR&Slw Y | 7c to resist evenr tendency to dfieaao. uundreda
<h /N iff * - ' JjZ J* 0 subtle maladiesaro floating around us ready
fOiAl} J3ap*Bfok*. li/Ob to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
T "nr I mayescapp many a fatal abaft by keeping our
GEN'*5fcC selves wo!l fortlil'd with puro blood and a prop^B^Mk
\ 0 c-rly uourlahod frame "?"Oivil Service Gazette."
Made aimoly wltn boiling water or mils. Hold
only In half-pound tins, by Or^oen labelled
thus: JAMES BPPtifc CO..
nommopathic Chemists, Lonuon, Kngland.
. _____ _ n/vM.TrhiH
if#) find other imoclal
SeBSaSSai Galvanized Iron Cornice
lton?'? CmIi 8hcw? Store, 1049 Mnln St.
HrnlcemwHT ib HnrTT.tgfll Mnrkrt. j?f,tTha ^jjp
P"?^PUYCZI Tin Roofing.
MIV is c\solid handsome c&keof
scouring soap v/hich has no equal
ioraiiCie&ning purposes exceprin
|he laurtdiy-To use it* is to value, itTTirnt
friU S&0LI9 Oo't W.n U will clean paint, make oH-dotte
bright, and .7.7 . ?? alto ail shelves a kow nppearanco. It will
taia the r. j off IUs dishos and / ' tha psto an! pan* You can scoor
th-o Jcnlwa ; I foi ; v > i.', nato tab tin tLj?gsahiue brightly. Th?
WMU-fcuri, tho ! gtos tho prowy kttdisa sink will bo as clean u
a now pi", if 7. . aa EAIOiiO. tuo caie will prcvo all wo say. B? a
cle-.cr boasshocpsr w?5 try it.
enoch f.;o:icawg sons co., new york.
1418 A MM Ifartal St.. Whwllci. w. Vtri
Vj Suoocuon to Tbompaon & Hlbbwd,
Practical Plumbers, Gas & SteamFltters
BraciALTna-Nitnml 6u Buppllw, steam
Heating and Ventilation.
1814 MARKET HT., Wheeling, W. Va.
au work prompuy aone at most reasonable
prices. ja8
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters,
All work done promptly at reasonable prlcm
it. 06 CHANTAL,
Full English, Mathematical and
Classical Course.
Weekly boarders or day echolan received from
Wheeling or the vicinity. A Bister will meet da;
scholars at the & a. m. motor and return with ,
them at 8 p. m.
For turlhcr pirucum.
Korth Hain St. School
The seoond annnal session will begin MON? 1
DAY, 8KPTKMBKR 15. A graded course of In* ,
itructloD, hated upon Natural Development, 1
both of mind and body, will continue to be caro- c
folly punned. Bpecial advantages offered to i
children who noed careful individual assistance. <
Children received between the ages of <1 and 10
rears. All tho primary Knzllsn branches, to- !
gether with Oral French included in tho regular
course. Drawing and Instrumental Music alio
Brovidod, Careful attention given to tho forma- "
on of correct habits of speech and in the we of
the voice, summering and other impedimenta
of rocech overcome by instruction biued upon ]
natural law. Callstnenica and Singln* exercisei,
accompanied by piano. Terms moderate.
For circular, call upon or address,
anO 727 Main Street J
capital^..,,,..? ...*800,oop.
J, N. ViJtc* ^.President I
L. 8. Dklxplaik .....Vlco-Prcaiaent
J. N. Vance, Geo. ?. Btlfel,
J. M. Brown, Vfm. Ellingham,
L. 8. Delanlaln, A. W. Kelley,
John brew.
Drafts lFsucd on England, Ireland, Scotland
and all polnU in Kuropo.
juHW J. JOWE8, Cashier. ,
> xtv An rrnp nnm v*tt pv
ur vuiu lawuia
CAPITAL.,,,^, 17B>000.
Wm. Jarrr .^...........^.Prculdent
Wm. B. Simpsok Vico Frekldent
DrafU on England, Ireland, France and Gor- :
Wm. A. Iselt, Mortimer Pollack,
J. A. Miller, Wm. B. SlmpBon,
K. M. Atkinson, John K. BoUford,
Henry Bpeyer, Victor Bo?onburg.
Jacob 0. Thomas.
v p .TKPgnK rimhter.
Health is Wealth!
kent, n guaranteed ipccfflc forBntcrla, Wariness,
(^nvulaiona, Fita. Nervous Neu'algla.
Hradacne, Nervous Proatration caused b> the
use of alcohol or tocacco, Wakefulness, Mental
Depression, Ho'teuing of tbo Bralrf resulting in ,
Insanity and leading to misery, decay and death,
Premature Old Age. Bhrrenueas, Look of Power
la cither ex, Involuntary Lonn and Bpfrmatorrfioiacaused
by overexertion of.tlie brain, i
self abuie or over-indulgence. Fach box con* '
talna one month's treatment, f 1 00 a box, or
six boxea for S3 00, tent by mall prepaid ou ro |
colpt of prlco.
To euro any cane. ?1th etch order received by 1
uk for tlx boxes, accompanied with S) 00, we will ;
uend tno purchaser our written gnarantco to ro- ,
fund the money if the treatment doc* not oiToct
a euro. Guarantee* iisucd only by
McLAIN BROTHBRS. Drufffllata. .
Sole AcontH McLain'a Block, corner Market cod
Twelfth itreete. Wheeling. W. Va. JalO Trbatw ;
A. guaranteed Care for Piloa of whatever
kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind
or Blooding, Itching, Ohronio, Bocent or ;
Hereditary. $100 a box; 0 boxes, $6.00.
Bent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of prioe. 1
Wo guarantee to oure any case of Files*
Guaranteod and Bold only by
Twelfth and Market Bts., Wheeling,W.Va.
jaio mw
attune worw mut/SBirroitiaiM
ItcanbefftvenlncofToo.tea.orlnartictPflof food. !
without tbo knnwicilKc of patient If neccftxary:
it In almnlutely barm lean ami will effect a permanent
and n|wcdy euro, whether tbo nutlent I* a
nioderatoilrlnkeror an ulroftoMc wreck. 1TSEVKit
FA 11/4. It operate* no quietly and with mirli
certainty thit tbe patient undergoe* no ineon*
vtnlcncc, ?nd ?oon bla complete reformation U
effected, j 48 pa?e book free. To Ixi had of
LOGAN DRUG CO., Main itrtet.
an26-rrh4a Wheeling. W. Va
UMJU V AAtv ?<
Cures Permanently
All disea?e> ol the Nerroni Byitom, elthor Acute
or Chronic in either MX. It Restore* Impaired
or Lost Power. Checks ?ui form* of
Waate or Drain; Makes Wrong the Weak. Full
package, 91; nix for SS. Trial package l?c (with
book), wni eecnrely waled on rtceirt of pricc.
Address, DB. 0. F. ADDAM, No, S701 Cottage
Grove Arc..Chicago. Ill no?4
will get well If he heeds, ordio if he Ignore, oar
warn tog. Method* JBvufttWav; Hurremm
Unique. Tbouaanrts restored by tlomm
Treatment, tttiAranteed Testimonial*.
I-... ...J | is mailed free for a?wI
and DUeoaeaof Mwn tri>?t?d end rurrtt. A<!<1n-*S
to-day, EBIE MEDICAL CO? Beflkie. *.?.
Hand WhlakeyHaWti
BllHBHB BHHcurcd at homo wiu.[
out i?iu. Book of put
I |U|Vlt!cuIanii?nt ft'BKK.
I J. M. WOO LLE Y,M. I).
WAUaBla,?a. Ofllco lWtf Whitehall tst.
Railway Time Card.
Arrlrtl and aeptrtun of train* on and tiler
Mami: *&alhr; tfcunday excepted; 1 Monday
excepted: |Saturday excepted; (ctunday only;
?H?turdiiT only. Kaatern Htaii'lard time.
OCTANT. B. <\ O. K.H.?MaiHLlH , Kant aHHIVM,
4:66am Wa?h.C'y,BaH-,Phll.AN.Y *11:40pm
*x:X pm ?'uH.iry, lull., ruti di n. y. *u:46 pa
*i2:06atn Wiuh.C'jr,L'aU.. PhlLAN.Y. ?fc:45am
18:00 am Cumberland Accom 15:06 pm
*2:80 pm ~.,<Jr?lUm Accom-....,.... *12:48pm
18:00 am Moundnvillo Accom t,2:45pm
W'Sflmn MonnrtfcTllle Alcorn....... fe:0t?um
dwakt. n.atU.u.k.?L'.i*o.iHv.,WeBt amuvx.
7:90 am For Columbtu and Chicago '12:66 am
*11:06 am Colambua. Lin. and Chicago *6:lo pm
*10:41pm Chicago Limited *6:50 am
<10:40 pm columbua, Cln. & ht. Loula *6:40 am
14 30 pm Columbus An-om tU:00 am
fll :05 am ......8t. Clalmilie Accom {11:00 am
t4:9)pm 8t. ClalrmrllleAccom f6:l0pm
Coimnhtm de ( l"claa*tl Ex.
oai-AKT. tt.au. k.k.? W..1" &U.1HV. arjutST
fi :45 am ,..^.~For Pittsburgh-.....-.. *11:00 am
7:20 am ~...... Pitubunrb - *8:56pm
6:20pm ^PltUburgband E*at....... *10:10 pm
fl:iupm Pittsburgh. tl2:4?pm
? Pltttbuntb, |2:8uam
t.V30pm/...WMhIngton. Fa.. Acooo... f7.'flOaai
OWAkT P., C. Apr. L. KY. AJUUTB.
87:20 am ^..^..PitUbtircb. to :20pm
l:HSpm -Pittsburgh and New York- 13:45 pm
1:20pm -Pittsburgh and New York. fil:00am
?:40 pm ...Pittsburgh and N, Y. fix...
17:20 am Express, Cfn. and St. Looto 16:50 am
W:40pm Kxprtai, Cln. and at. Lout* p>:20pm
fl:S5pm KxpreM,8lenbenTlllo?Col f8:45pm
14:20 pm ...SteubenvllleA bcuulwp.
XlKfAKT. C. A 1'. K. K. ARRIVE.
tft:50 am .PUtsbg'h, Mere. A Chicago 19:15 pm
10:48am 8teubenyille Accom 1:10pm
til :12 am .PHUburgh and New York- f 1:12 am
12:00pm Cleveland and Chicago.... 19:C0 am
48:14 pm -Pittsburgh and New ^ork? t5:62pm
"7:'! pwl Kasi Liverpool...? ?M:uam
1IKJ-AKT. Um L. & rt . K. K. ARRIVE
tl2:18pm Exprww, Cleveland, K. AW. t3:ivpa
16:12pm -^...Maalllon Aecorn....^.. t?:83 am
f?:00am .....jjuclalrtrlllo Aocom t9:85am
110:38 am ^.JUClalrsvlllo Accom^.... U:16pn
ft :19 pm Ht. Clalrsvllle Acfow t5:80pm
6:21 pm St. Clalrsvllle Acoom...... 8:03pm
1:18 pm -Local Kn'lght Mid Accom. tl2:06pn?
7:03 am .,w?,?....hiicnirrw.?..H,? 11:05 am
11:40 am ....... PasMuger... *8:85pin
*4:a0pm * Passenger....... ; ?8:00pm
4:<0pm .JJcllalreand Zane?villlo.~. 10:30am
7:00 am ............Mixed Train 8:18 pm
L?are Wheeling, Dally Trip, city.Time-?:40,
8:30,10:00 and 11:45 a- m.; 2:00,4:0), 6:00 p. m.
Leave Wheeling Bondays, City Time?8:00,
10:00 ??nrl 12:00 a. m.: 2:00.4:00.6:00 p. m.
For Cincinnati, Louisville, Memphis,
St. Louis. Np\v Orleans,
and Intermediate Points,
WilJ Ipnvo Whurfboat, foot of Eleventh street,
dally, Monday, WedueMay aud Friday
excepted, as follows:
. . Steamer "KUYSTONK STATE,"
LrfrfciJ T. B. Calhoun, Master: Chaa. Knox,
M Clerk, overy Saturday at 8 a. m.
tm. . Steamer"HUDSON," J. P. Ellison,
(jM&ag iiastcr: Dan Uct<y, Clerk; every
MBHi Thursday at 8 a xu.
frrs* ^ Steamer "HA I'OiiKLOB," Geo. E.
Lw'Wff O'Neal, Mnklcr: Ira *. Huntington,
4???4S8b Clerk: every luesday at 8 a. m.
*> ^ Steamer "8?'OTlA," John M.
11 Miff FbllllpB, Master; K. II. Kerr, Clerk; *
BKOHBw every Similar at 8 a. m.
First-class fare, Wheeling to Cincinnati, 90.
Hound trip, *10. Meals aud state-room In*
Juried, Tlcketa transferable and good until
iscd For frolnht or passago apply on board, or
ielepbouo No. 348.
joft IIKOQKilBD J> WOOTIT, Agent*.
T V It At). On and alterMonday, December
1,1890, trains will ran aa follow, Viij Time:
Uuvx Whixuno.
< ? :00 a. m., 7:00 a. in., 8:00 a. n.. ?:00 a. m., 10:00
l m., 11:00 a. m., ?12:00 m., 1:00 p. m., 2:uo p,
a.. 3:00 p:m., 4:00p.m., 6:00p. m.,6:00p.m.,
li 00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00 p. m.t "18:45 p. m.
ijcavx Elm Ghovk,
6:00 a. m., 7:00 a. m.. 8:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m.,
10;00a. m., 11:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 1:00 p. m.,2:0U
o, m.. 8:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m, 6:00 p. m.. 6:00 p, mM
7:00 p. ci., 8:00 p. m , 9:00 p. m., 10:00 p. m.
Daily except Sunday.
SUNDAY?Church tralPH icare Elm GroTe at
):48 a. in. and Wheeling at lv:l7 p. m.
del General Manager.
X5^F>. Departure and arrlTal of
tralnu at Wheeling. KaatiSaSf
uRim era time. Schedule In el*
K??nroct Nov. in, m
B6I For Baltimore, Philadel*
ERi^V^roSalaePbia and Now York, 12:06 a.
\fK!iiil21!laPay Cumberland occommoda*
tioin 8M a. m. daily, except
Grafton Accommodation, 2:80 p.m., dally,
Moundavilie Accommodation, 8:0Ua m., and
2:Z0 p. m., exoept Sunday.
From New Yon, Philadelphia and Baltimore,
8:45a.m and 12:46 p.m.and 11:10p.m.,dally.
Cumberland Accommodation, 6:06 p. m., ex*
Grafton Accommodation, 12:46 p. m., dally.
Moundavilie Accommodation, 8:45 a. m., 12:45
p. m., daily, 6:05 p. m., except Sunday.
For Chicago, 7:60 and 11:06 a. m. and 10:46 p
ai. dally.
Cincinnati Expww. 7:50 and 11:06 a. m. daily
and 10:4o x, in., dally cxcepifcaturday, and 2:89
a. m. Sunday only.
Columbua Accommodation, 4:80p.m., exoept
81. liiairaviUo Accommodation, 11:00 a. m.
and 4:80 p. m., exccpt Sunday,
Chicago Express, 12:65 ana 5M0a. m. ina 6:10
p. i<. dally.
^ Cincinnati Express, 5:40 a. m, and 6:10 p. m,,
'col'ambiu Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally,
except Sunday.
fit. Clalrsvllie Accommodation, 11:00 a, m. and
0:10 d, m.. dally, cxccnt Sunday.
For Pittsburgh, 6:44 and 7:20 a. m., dally, 1:40
p. m., dally, except Sunday.
For Pittsburgh aud the fcast, 6:70 p. m., dally.
Washington Aocommodatlon, 6:30 p. m., dally,
Bxccpt Sunday.
From Pittsburgh, 11:00 a. m? dally, and 12:43
p. m., dally, except bnnday, 6:63 and 10:80 p.
n.. dally, and2:.toa. m., Snnday onlj.
Washington Aooommodatlon, 7:60 a. m? dally
nxcept Sunday.
Ohio river - railroad time
tablo taking offset January 11. 1881. Pas*
lenger trains will run as foIlowa-Contral Tlmo.
All train* dally cxcopt iboie marked thus t.
wrhlcb do not run on Bunday.
BOUTH no dm p. fSu.-j No. 6 No. at No 1.
Leave? a. m. p. m. ?. m a. a.
Wheeling? 8:H0 10:4? 6eu
Iknwoon. * 8:46 10:66 6:16
Koundsvillo.............. 4:06 11:16 0:83
Now Martlnmrlllo... 6:20 'l2^ 7:87
Wiiilamjitown...^.^ 7:tf 2:0& 9:88
CarkeniDurKN.MMMM.MM.. 6:4ft 7:4? 2:4' 10:10
ttarouswood ? 7:0t>....?.. 4:0} 11:50
Mason City....... 8:7> 5:16 Pi3b
I'olnt Pleasant. 8:57 6:16 1:47
QallipoUft. - 9:lr. 6:'2 2:C6
Huntington......... 10:45 ...^ 7:4> 8:45
Cbarle?ton,yla.K.d(0. 8:50 8:58
I'harlcaton, via, n. A O. 8;g 12:^'- 11:00
. NOUTII UOUflD, No. 2 No. 4 WO. MM i.O
Leave- a m a. m. p. xn. a. m.
Charleston, Tla. K. 40. G:<?r 11 :55..
Charleston, via. C. A O. 12:30 10:16 uS
Arrivo? p. m.
11 u n ti ngton*................ 2:30 11:45 12:56
Leave? a. m. p m
IIuntlngton f6:ft- 9:30 f2:80
Ualli polls 6:43 11 :* & 4:ir
Point PlcsMuit,. C:ju 11:23 4:80..
p. ni.
Kason ... > :iu 12:01 o:ir>.........
Uavon?woo<l .......... 9:'0 i:ih 6:80 ..
J-ttrkcrcburK 11:40 2:4* 8:00 6:00
Williamstnwn U:? 8:/5......... 6:80
Now Martinsville. 1:C0 6:20 8 23
Mound?ville 2:0ft 8:25 9:80
Benwood 2;v? 6:lfi 9:60
Wheeling....................... 2:fl 7:00 10:08
Through tlckcu and baggaco chockt d to all
Ef.**!&??$ other Information address
V' *' A., l'arkersburg.
wSAHQlZ)A* *' l'arkersburg.
J.q.TOMLIKBON. I'm. Acout.WhwHmr.W.Vw.
? Central Standard Time.
snnsylvania Lines'
Prom Bridgeport Station
Tralm via the Cleveland & l lttaburgn Ball*
road leave Bridgeport lor PltUibunih. thlcazo
and Cleveland, 4:50a. in. l or Pittsburgh, 10:12
a. m. ForChlesuosnd Cleveland, 1:00 p. in. For
Pituourgb aud Sow York, 2:41 p. m. For Bleu*
benrllie, 8:(8a.m.
Trains arrive at Bridgeport at 8:00 a. m., 10:80
a.m.: 12:10p. m m..and8:16p.m.
On Saturdays only?For Kmt Liverpool, 6:11
p. m.; lrora nut Liverpool, 11:12 p. m.
Trains via- the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati A 8t?
Louis Hallway-Pan IlaHdlc Boute-lcavoWheel
InKlor MtiiUbcnvllle. Pitubmgh ar..l the East,
0:20 a. m., 12:85 p. m., 8:20 p. m , and 8:40 p. xn.
For Columbus, Cincinnati, fndianapolisand fit.
Louis, 0:20 a. m. and S:40 m. For Coltunbna
and Chicago, 12:3jp m. InUtisarrlro at Wheel*
lngat6:50a. m., 10:00 a.m., 2:15 p.m. and 8:20 p. .
m. Trains leaving at 6:20 a. tn. and arriving at
8:20 p. 111., run solid between Wheeling aud
Pittsburgh. All tralnadally oxwpt ?nn<iar.
I 1
17, BiiiXy Bun DtKo,
Wheeling, W, V?.

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