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Frew, Campbell & Hart, Prop'*.
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WHEELING, FEBBUABY 1>, 1891.
No free coinage bill will pus tbia Congress.
Now prepare to hear the croakers
croak.
Tub "riot" ia the same of the latest
fashionable dance in New York. It hu
no similarity to tbe "ghost dance."
Tiu Mollis Maguiies are reorganiaing
In Pennsylvania. The Keystone State
should profit by paat experience and
take tbe bull by the horns at tbe start.
A Sticbik villi gay deceiver who has
passed his eighty-third mile stone most
pay a widow who hu seen forty-nine
lammera the mm of $750 for damsged
affections.
Tub dieseusions In Spain are IncreasTho
infant k'inr* nf that COUBtfy
<uA. ? ?
may never bo permitted to wear the
crown. Republicanism in Spain la growing
every day,
t'oME o( the Indian ghost (lancers who
were taken to Fort Knelling were given
a batli before being returned to tbeir
reservation, and their brethren were
unable to recognize them.
Ei-PiuufiDisT Clkvklaku's present
silence on the silver question, in view ol
his anti-Iree coinage attitude in the past,
indicates that Dr. Dana's Stuffed Prophet
finds himself in a position where a condition
and not a theory confronts him,
Democbats are vleiug with each other
in praising Mr. Blaine's reciprocity policy.
They wrro in favor of it b11 the
time! Yet tho fact remains that the
Democrats in Congress voted solidly
against it and declared it unconstitutional.
What irtbo matter with reciprocity with Mexico
and Uruguay, with liuorioa Ayrca and all the
hutti of couth and North America, lying thouaaudn
ol miles along our Southern aud Northern
hunlMBl-JttgUtcr.
Blt-ss your dear ignorant bouI, don't
you know that negitiationa are now
pending between Secretary Blaine and
the above countries, nnderthe provisions
of the McKinley bill, with thatvery
end in view?
To-moebow evening those citizens of
Wheeling who appreciate a great opportunity
when offered them will treat
themselves with an enjoyable evening
with Henry M, Stanley, the greatest explorer
and discoverer of modern times.
His engagement hero will bo one of the
most notablo intellectual events in the
history of the city.
Sxnatoh Quay gives it as his opinion
that next year's presidential battle will
be between Blaino and Cleveland. Mr.
Cleveland has lost much of his popularity
and Mr. Blaine has correspondingly
" " ?
gained, II Jlir. v^uay a {iicuivuvu ?m
verified the Plumod Kulght will be
President Harrison's successor. His
work as Secretary ot State has greatly increased
bis popularity, and proved him
to be, what bis friends have always
claimed lor him, the foremost American
statesman.
Til. Elrclrlo Light UIU.
The action of the Council Oommitteo
on Lights and of the Una Trustees, in
protesting against the proposed amendment
to the Electric Light bill, virtually
compelling the city to purchase the
present electrical plant, was both right
and proper, and correctly represents
the sentiments of a majority of thecitizens
and tax-payers of .Wheeling. They
deaired tho passage of the bill aa it stood
and cannot understand why they cannot
ba accommodated by the Legislature in
a matter rotating solely to their own interests
and which does not, in any way,
affect any other portion of the State.
Outside of a few people interested in
the present electric light plant, there ia
little or no division of public sentiment
on this eubjsct, and the Legislature
should so understand it.
The request made by the city of
'Wheeling ia very simple and just. The
city merely asks the privilege of furnishing
electric lighting to the public, aa
it now furnishes gas, and an amendment
providing for tbo purchase of any particular
plant already established la foreign
to the subject.
The bill should not be burdened with
this extraneous matter. It will be time
enough to bargain for a plant aftor the
privilege of doing so ls granted, and the
city should be left free to make its own
contracts. The Legislature should not
deny Wheeling the right to own ber
plant, nor question her competency to
select her own system.
l)r. Koch's Cure.
Because occasional reports of death
from the use ol l'rol. Koch's lymph appear
in the newspapers, tho public is
too apt to jump at the conclusion that
the discovery is not a success. It is
known that much which has been written
is criticism ot tho lymph and decrying
Its powers has been inspired by jeal-|
ous rivals in tho protection. This Is
notably the case in Prof. Virchow's
criticisms ot Dr. Koch's methods. lie is
not personally friendly to tbe great
physician, ncd the pnbiic, on this
account, allows a coosidcrable margin
ior Virchow's slatements. Again, It has
been developed that many of the stories
concerning the failure of tho lymph in
New York cases have originated In the
brains of Imaginative penny-a-liners on
the reportorial stalls of newspapers. A
high medical authority, in commenting
on these stories and the criticisms of Dr.
Koch's Jealous contemporaries in Europe,
says that investigation shows that
the lymph is, with the rarest exceptions,
in careful hands, willing to give it a fair
and exhaustive trial; but this cannot be
done in a short time. However, persons
who have been Inoculated are, in
in the main, doing well, better than the
conservative members of the profession ,
anticipated. He lay it:
In misd luatancea patient* In a dHparalelv
dfuaaed ilale bare t*cu experimented on, and
they bavedled.aa they would htve dmie sooner.
Iprobability, had ih*yho?n trotted with I
tbe ordinary retnedlet. TballudlctiloDaofdU- ,
MM waa found in different orgjuu ifuir datlil la
no more proof that death waa cauied by the aw 1
of tiio Jympb thin would be tho evidences ol '
smallpox where a perton had boon vaccinated
after tbedliaaae bad begun lla ravages.
Patience la a virtue Imperatively demanded la
allelTorlelo determine the emcacy of a remedy
for a virulent and deadly disease. there in
every reaaon, to far, for hopo that Professor
Koefa'a rcbcarchoa have led to a wonderful dlacorery.
Ueclprocliy va. Free Trade.
Commenting on the reciprocity agreement
with Brazil, the esteemed Jltj/uler
is led into delivering itself in this wise:
"They (the Republicans) sre driven into
adopting in a trifling way the great
Democratic principle advocated so ably
by President Oleveland and continaed
so determinedly by the Democratic press
of thB country."
This is indeed amusing, in the light
of the history of the past year. Mr.
Cleveland's party opposed Mr. Blalno's
policy, and the reciprocity clause of the
McKinley bill, on the groonds that it
wis not constitutional. Now, that the
benefits are beginning to appear, Mr.
Cleveland's party organs wonld have us
believe that they were in favor of it all
the time. There is, in fact, a radical
diBerence between Mr. Cleveland and
his party's proposition to give ns Free
Trade with all the world and the policy
adopted by the Republican party, and
which will be successfully carried out.
Take, for instance, the stipulations of
the treaty with Brazil which will increase
the trade between tho two connTn
n*f>hantm for free coffee, so ear,
molasses and bidet, "Brazil has opened
the door to the manufacture re oi the
East, the iron men of Pennsylvania, the
meat producers of the West, and the
great grain and floor producers of the
South and Northwest." Thus, in the
language of Mr. Blaine, "we get from
Brazil what we do sot and cannot produce
in sufficient quantities, and she
guts from us what she must have and
carfhot at present produce; whereas, if
the Democratic free-trade plan were
adopted, we would get from Europe in
overwhelming quantities productions
which we can manufacture ourselves,
aud thereby sustain our own people;
and we would not increase our exports
to Europe, for the simple reason that
ahe takes all now that she is in need of.
The European manufacturers would
drive our home products out of the
market and destroy the occupation of
millions of workingmen, for the reason
that labor in Europe is poorly paid,
whilo in this country the laboring men
are given good wages. The European
manufacturer could, therefore, aflord to
undersell the American mannfactuaer.
No such difficulty threatens reciprocity
between the United States and the republics
to the south of us."
The wide difference between freo trade
with all the world, as advocated by Mr.
Cleveland's party, and protection with
the reciprocity feature, oa advocated by
the party of Blaine and McKinley, ia
here clearly defined. The Register, if it
is not void of discriminating intelligence,
cannot help lint see it The Republican
policy ia the policy that will
win, because it protects the American
workingman and farmer from having to
compete with the products of cheap foreign
labor, and at the same time provides
a market for all the surplus they
desire to produce after they have supplied
the home market.
fATllKTlC WAlt STOKI.
Picked Up In Atlanta, Hungry and Help*
leas,
Zaxksyille, Feb. 8.?A bit of reminiscence
of the late war has been developed
here through a gavel made of a
laurel root taken from the battlefield of
Lookout Mountain. The gavel, which
is well preaerved, has a minnie ball
firmly imbedded in it, and will be presented
to John Brown Post, G. A. K,, by
John Bangin.
The man was discovered on the streets
of Atlanta, hungry and helpless, when
a boy four or five years old by Lieut. J.
Round, of tho Ninetv-second 0. V. I.
The lad was taken to the regiment headquarters.
No one called for him, and
he became known as the "child of the
Ninety-iccond." When the war was
over he came North with the regiment
and drifted to Summerfield, where he
now lives. He has recently returned
from a trip 8onth in queat of relatives.
He was abls to find no one at Atlanta,
except an old colored man, who remembered
his father, and through this small
clew he diacovered a brother and sister
In Chattanooga.
Shortest on Record.
Loxnoir, Feb. 8.?Fight to a finish occurred
at the Pelican Olnb this after
noon between Gob Lambert, champion
of Canada^ and John Maher, champion
of Irelantufot ?100 a aide. It waa the
the shorten finish fight on record, lasting
one and three-quarter minutes.
Maher struck Lambert on tha point of
the chin and knocked him down. When
the Canadian row, the Irishman knocked
him down attain, and again for the third
time. Lunbert did not rise after the
third fall, and at the expiration of the
ten seconds' interval the fight was
awarded to Maher, and Lambert waa
lifted by bis seconds and carried to his
corner. Be is not badly injured.
Biwin of Ointment* for Catarrh that Contain
Mtrcurj,
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucons surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten told to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney A Co,, Toledo, 0., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure he sure you get the genuine.
It is takon internally, and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
WSold by druggists, price 7Sc per
bottle.
Prononneod IIop*le?*, Tot SoTld.
I From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
I Ilnrd, of Qroton, 8. D., we quote:
"Waa taken witb a bail cold, irmcn settled
on mjr Lang*, cough set In and
finally terminated in Consumption.
Four doctors gave me np, saying I could
live bnt a abort time. I gave myself up
to my Saviour, determined if I could not
stay with my frienda on eartb, I would
meet my absent ones above. My husband
waa advised to get Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight
bottles; it has cured me, and thank God
I am now a well and hearty woman."
Trial bottles tree at Logan Drng Co.'s
drugstore, regular site, 60a and $1.00. 4
810k llwdjuht.
Loon's Bed Clover Pills core Sick
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation.
26c per box, 5 boxes for $1.
For aale by Logan Drug Company, saw
BuccBAM'a Pills cure Sick-Headache.
4
KElVFODNDliANDK&S HOT.
j, .
\ BlUer Attack on th? Dominion andlm*
lierlai OorusoMU tor Their IaUrfar*
oca.
Uuiru, Feb. 8.?The Ttlrgram, the
srgau of the Newfoundland Government,
publishes a fierce attack on Canada
and England in connection with the
collapse of the recipioclty negotiations
between that colony and tbe United
States. It says a treaty was agreed to
between Mr. Blaine anil Mr.Bond, which
only awaited tbe signature of tbe British
Minister.
"It seems that the mischief lias been
wrongbt in London, not st Washington.
Canada bas no inflnence with the American
Government, not a particle, but
with the Imperial Government it is different.
Sir John Hacdonald and Sir
Charles Topper, who are In aOect tbe
Dominion Government, have managed
to persuade tbe Imperial authorities
that a treaty between tbe United States
and Newfoundland woald be detrimental
to the interests of Canada, and so
Her Majesty's consent Is withheld. We
don't know on what principle of equity
or ialr play Premier Salisbury justifies
his unomalous conduct in this respect,
but wo do know that the moral effect of
the British Government's action in refusing
its sanction to this trade treaty,
after delegating to our commission full
power to negotiate it, will have s damaging
influence in the colonies generally
on the reputation lor Integrity and honesty
of English statesmen. What coltv
ny will now care to trust the British I
Government In view of the faithless
manner in which it bas acted toward
us?" _____
"?rit PradMiuon
Wetlon Democrat.
The Wheeling Iktsluoikcib has
purchased and will Boon hire in use a
new stereotype last web perfecting
printing and folding machine and the
enterprising proprietera are now
preparing a twenty-four page special
State Development Edition
(or distribution. This is calculated
to give the I?Txu.iaxxcxH
considerable prominence, as West Virginia's
great resources are attracting attention
on every band and the paper
giving most information upon the subject
M sure to boom along with the tbing
boomed. The special edition of 1838
was a groat success. The edition of 1801
promises to far excel it in every respect
and it cannot make its appearance too
soon.
Tb. Old lUllMble.
Jlorijantoicn Pott. j
The Wheeling Intelligences is Boon
to have a new $14,000 Hoe perfecting!
press pat in and will enlarge to an
eight-page paper. The Intelligencer
is truly "the old reliable," and the
Pott is pleased to hear of its incresed
prosperity.
Congrntulatoa i tie Fatrooa. I
Kinguood Sew Era.
The Wheeling Intelligences is to
have a new fast stereotype web printing
and folding machine, and is to appear
soon as an eight-page paper, a fact upon
which the patrons of that excellent
paper are to be congratulated.
Dili).
TAYLOR-On Saturday eTenlnj, February 7,
1891, at u o'clock, Sauab. wife of Jacob lay*
lor, aged 7G years, 2 mouths and 8 day*.
Faneral from Woaloy M. E. Churcli this (Von*
day) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Frlenda of the
family arc lnvltod. Interment at lit. Zlon
cemetery.
Pn?.rti?r* R 1*91. at 6:30 a.
m,, u a n y" VJfe of Joseph Webb.'
Funoral from hor lato residonco, corner Bizteeath
and Market streets, Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Wood
cemetery.
Ill
Pulmonic
syrupFifty
year* or euccets Is sufficient orhlonco *
?ftlio value of Seliencks Pulmonic Syrup as a
euro for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Hoarso.
ncss Sore-Throat ice. It contains no opium; is
pleasant to the taste.
For Salo by all Druggists. I'rico $1,00 por
bottle. l)r. Schenck's Hook on Consumption
and its Cure, mallod free. Addross
Dr. J. H. Sohonok & Son, Philadelphia.
RADAM'S
Microbe
KILLER.
Th# f.Fiutect tlicrnvflpv nf thfi lit
*UV WIVUtWt ViWVIVIj W? l?? ?()?
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CORES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, HAY
FEVKR. BRONCHITIS. RHEUMATISM,
DYSPEPSIA, CANCER, 8CROFULA,
DIABETES.
BRIQHT'8 DISKA K, MALARIAL PKVKR,
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In Khort, all forma of Organic and Functional
dteaMf. The Cures effected bj thii Medicine
are In many caaca
MIRACLES!
Bold onlj In Juga containing One Gallon.
Prlco Three Dollars-* im?u mveatxnent
when Health and Life can be obtained.
-"Hutort or thk Microbe Knuta Fan."For
tale bj all Retail Druggists. Trade supplied
by
LOGAN DRUQ CO., 8ole Agenta.
oob-paw
! S-iytTBIPOEOS
|'IS?! f THINK Of IT I
i "" bB
| SCOTT'S
main emu
cmuLoiun
Of Fore God Llrer Oil and Hypophosphltes
Of LlmO'and Soda
la without a rival. Man;, have
CONSUMPTION,
SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS AND
COLDS, AND ALL FORMS OF WASTINO DISEASES.
AS FAL.iT.iBLE AS MILK.
Beturefou get the genuine as there art
poor imitations.
For a Disordered Liver
Try BEECHAH'S PILLS.
25cts. a Box.
OF AXXi XmUPOIglB.'
MEDICAL.
n Or. BULL'S poilutm TntHtw ana '
KlDV CVDIID'WUtMttiBowtU.At
AIADI OlnUr ?lldmori?u.rrlc?nrt> I
QUI I 'C Cures Coughs, Colds, ,
DULL O Hoarseness, Asthma, {
Bronchitis, p/1 lip jjl Croup,Inci- i
pient Con-bUUUIIsumption,
and relieves Consump- CVDIID
live Persons. 25 cents. nilT '
runrc uncca'cmca'ciaAUn?a~fsr~cit- i
SmUnC tarrh. Pries 10 Cts. At all druggist*.
USE
onymc
ruiiu ?
EXTRACT
for PILES
WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS:
? PROMINENT NEW YORK PHYSJCIAN
SAYS: "Thero is nothing better
to relieve tho PAIN and ITCHING, and
CAUSE RETRACTION of PILES, than
POND'S EXTRACT end POND'S EX.
TRACT OINTMENT.
WHAT THE PATIENT SAYS:
"For 40 yeare I have boon an indotctibabl*
auffarar with the PILES. Flnt attacked with
BLIND PILES, whith annoyed mo for yetra;
BLEEDING PILES lollowod, which frequently
confined mo to tho Ad. Within a few da yt they
hovo attached ma In full force, and that moit
excruciating of tho hemorrhoid family, the '
ITCHING PILES, tupenerfcd both. Having
become pottetted of tome POND'S EXTRACT,
I applied it f'oaiy, undiluted. I nevor dreamed
of a cure. Thro* timei only havo I rotcrtrd ta
POND'S EXTRACT, and the ITCHING PILES
vanlihod ai If by magic. I am fully convinced
that it it the only known remedy in the wide
world for th* ITCHING PILES, My atatemont
it untolicited."?THOMAS S. MURPHY, Oimitedvllle,
N. Y.
Be sure you get POND'S
EXTRACT, not soma
worthless substitute, All
Druggists.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
76 Fifth Ave., New York.
mm
Is the Best Household Bemedy Extant
It is a positive cure for
PILES
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
And All Skin Diseases,
An lnvalnablo remedy for Wound a, Burns, Swell.
Ings, Sorca, Croup, Bronchitis, etc.
NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Sold by all drucglata at 50 cents per box. Send
3 two-cent stamps for froo sample box and book.
TAE-OID COMPANY,
CHICAGO, ILL.
LOOSE'S EXTRACT
CLOVERJLOSSOM
Female Weakness, Ulcers, Tnmors, Sores,
Abscesses, lllood Polsonliig, Salt Kheum.
Catarrh, Erysipelas, Rheumatism and all
Dlood and Skin Diseases. Paica f i. per Pint
Bottle, or 6 Bottles for 15. x lb can Solid Extract
Sold toy Logan Drug Co. lea
JAPANESE
ml ami c
T&r CURE
A guaranteed Cure (or Files of whatever
kind or degreo?External, Internal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on Toceipt of prio*
Wo gnarnntee to care any case of ri^ga.
Guaranteed and sold only by
McLAIN BB0THER9, Drnggiats,
Twelfth and MarkotSU. Wheeling, W. Ya
jtlO-DAW
FREE, FREE, FREE TRIAL!
ELECTRO NERVINE
Cures Permanently
All dlaeawiof the Nervoui Bjmtcm.cither Acute <
or Chronic In either aex. It Restores lm> j
paired or Lo?t Power. Checks ail forma of <
Waite or Brain; Make* Wrong the Weak. Fnll
package, f I; Six for SB. Trial packago 13c. (with
book), boo l Kcurelj aealed on receipt of price.
Addroaa, DR. 0. F. ADDAM, No. 8701 Cottage '
Grora Arc.. Chicago, ill. no3f .
$500 Reward !
WK will pay tho Aboro rcwaril far any nuo or Liter
Complaint, l>y?pc|wla, Met Headache, lndljrwtlon. Oon tlpatlon
or Ou?tlrene?i wo cannot euro witb Weit'a
Vegetable LiterPllla,when tho direction* areatrictly ]
compiled with. Thry aro purely Vegetable, and nover
foil to slro MlUfai tlon. Sugar Coated Large
containing ? Pllla. t5 cent*. Uawaro of connterfalu ]
and Imitation*. Tho genuine manufactured only by i
TUB J0115 0. WEST COMPANY. CUIUAUO, ILL j
oni.i k.uri itu nnrernvDo u..b.>
mm VI ubunin unuiiunnoa mu'-. vimkbi
and Twelfth 6U.. Wheeling. W. Va. w?aw
DRUGGISTS.
THE
McLURB HOUSE PHARMACY.
1 Model Prescription Store.
?^W^8EYMOUR^ProDrlOtOP.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
DO TOP WANT A SITUATION t '
HAVIYOO ANYTHING T081LLT 11 K>,
4dT?rtlM IB tin WTILUOIMOM,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
)R SALE?ONE FINE, LARGE "
Gray Horse, suitable lor cart, any or other
heavy banhng. Apply at No. 1300 Market
itraet. fx
TXT ANTED?BY A GENTLEMAN.
Y f Furnlihod Boom within four aquarea of
rot?lll(?naer Office. Kent moat be reasonable.
tddress. "ROOM," Intelligencer OfBow. ltd
I7INE RESIDENCE FOB 8ALE?No.
MJ 925, on the went iide of North Vain street,
known u the Kranxhelm rialdence. war tenia
md particulars, apply to KIN JEHART & TAT UM,
f 08T OR STRAYED?A RED COW
JLA with broad horns; with a lump on her
right hlDd foot Just above tho huff; been gone
ibout three weeks: will pay for Information
jonrernlug her. MR4. DONOVANj901 MoJolloch
street. feP*
N T E D-RELIABLE PERSON
TV to take the agency la their town for one
if the best telling articles ou th?-market; retails
for 2!c; pays 100 per ceat proQt: sells to every
family; epcloio stamp. ROBERT 8. WJtoT,
JlerelMdTobto. M
WAN TED-FOR THE UNITED
TT fiTATK8ABMY,abIo-bodled, unmarried
men, between the ages of 21 and 85 years. Good
j?ay, rations, clothing and medical attendance.
Applicants must be prepared to furnluli satisfactory
evidence as to sge, character and habits.
Apply at 1131 Main street, Wheeling, W.
Va. fofr>r*Th
^jrENTION, K. G. E.
Members of Crescent Cast!o Ko. 4 are requested
to meet at Castle Hall on Tuesday at
1 p. m. sharp, to attend the funoral of our deceased
brother, Edward Werner. SJstor castles
respectfully requested to attend.
JAMKj A. RANKIN, N. 0.
J. D. Rica, M. of R. M
J^OR SALE CHEAP.
One Boiler, 80 inch diameter, 16 feet long, two
12-lnch 11 uoi; with water gauge, steam gaugesteam
drum.flro front grate bars, breeching and
stack, all lu good otder. Removed to place
larger boiler. Address, .
J.W. HONTER,
fi9 152tMatn>troet
WHATMAN DRAWING PAPERS,
CROSd HECTIOJf PAPER,
PROFILE PAPER. - DETAIL PAPER,
MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS
AND TOOLS AT
ART 8TORE, 1222 MARKET STREET.
fee B. L NICQLL.
J^OTIOE TO THE PUBLIC!
On And after this dato VAN KEDREN'S
DAIRY RESTAURANT will serve Meal* u
follows: 5 Meals for *1, or SL Moals for M.
HOTEL VAN KKUREN,
fe7 No. 40 Twelfth street.
fOCHBSTER LAMPS!
The Bmt Lamb Madi.
All Kind* at Various Price?.
EWING BROS.,
1215 Marketj8troet,
fe7 Opp. McLure Houso'
I gTOOKS AND BONDS FOB 8ALE.
25 shares Street Railway Co.
2 Wheel ton Steol Works'bonds, 81,000 each;
eleven years to xun, 6 per cent
' 20 shares Kenwood Nafi Go. stock.
13 shares Ioe aud (Storage stock.
15 shares Belmont Nail Works stock.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Secretary W. T. A T. Co. and Broker, Room 1,
Relllv Building, Market street. Telepone W9.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Holders of Bonds of Ohio County, *SW. Va.,
for tl,000, bearing 7% per cent lntare<t, are hereby
notified that bonds numbered 8, 41, 44,
OH, 77, so, 100,108,104,184, 130,187,138,
140, 17*, 170,181,183,100,100,108 and 818
have been drawn, and will bo paid at tho'Bank
j of Wheeling on the first day of March, 1691, alter
which dato Interest on said bonds will cease.
FRANK GRU8E,
President Board of Commissioners, County of
Ohio. fe9
mPTTftTFR'fl SALE.
JL "~
By virtue of a deed of trust made by Mary
Emma HsclisfWth and 3. Chas. Ktehitrutk, her
husband, to me as truatee, bearing date May lit,
A. D. 1889, and recorded In the office .of the Clerk
of the County Court of Ohio county, West Virginia,
In Deed of Trust Book No. '28, page 200,1
will proceed to sell at publle sale at the front
door of the Court Houie of said county on ;
SATURDAY, the 7th day of FEBRUARY, 1891,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described
property, that la to say:
The south thirty-three (88) feet of lot numbered
eleven (11) In squaw numbered six (0) In
the City of Wheeling, Ohio county, West Virginia.
iu that part of the said City of Wheeling
formerly known as Rltchietown.
Being the inmo property which waa convoyed
to tho said Mary Emma kschstruth by Hiram M.
TLatcber by dotd dated August 6th, 1887, and
recorded In tho said clerk's office.
Tho title to tno above property la believed to
be perfect, but sclllog as trustee I will convey
only the title vested in me by said deed of trust
Terms op Balk?Ono-thlrd and as much more
as the purchaser elects to :pay in cub, tho balance
In two equal Installments, payable respectively
in sjx and twelvo months from tho day of
sale, notes bearing Interest from tho day of Bale
to bo Riven for the deferred payments, the title
to bo retained until payment is mode in full.
Jas C.A. 8CHAEFER, Truitoe. .
The abovo sale la adjourned until Saturday,
February 14, 1891. at placo and hour above
mentioned.
leO C. A. 8CHAEFEB, Tnmtee.
QOMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
John Booker, Complainant,
vs.
John T. Simons, Frederick M. Simons and Edwin
uimous, partners doing business undor
tho firm namo and stvlo of Simons Brother <b '
Company: Simon Btorn. survivor of himself
and Joseph Stern, deceased, late partners doing
business under the Arm name and stylo '
of citern A Storn; Henry A. Klrby and Del- ]
mout E. Mowry, partners doing business in 1
the name of Klrby, Mowry AjCompany; Simon \
Stern and Jacob Stern, survivors of Simon
Stern: Jacob Stern and Joseph Stern, late '
partners doing bualnota In tho namo and style '
of Stern & Stern, and Jaoob Stern, defendauta.
In the Circuit Court of Ohio County, West
Virginia, . ^
in chancery.
By virtue o/an order entered In tho abovo entitled
cause on the 20th day of September, 1890,
It la referred to the undoraUned commissioner ,
of said court to take, state, settle and report to
tho court an account of all claims and liens,
legal and valid, oxlstlng against or upon the
91.0225ft of Indebtedness exlstlag of John Becker,
the plalntltr, to the Arm of dteru A Stern, aa set
forth in the bill in this cause, and of the
amounts and priorities of such claims and liens,
and tho persons entitled to the bouedt thereof,
with any other matters specially stated deemed
pertinent by himself, or which may be required i
oy anv of the partlos In Interest to be so stated. -I
Notlco la hereby given that the underiigned .
has fixed unon Wednesday, Maron 11,1891, com- 1
meueinc at 9 o'clock a. m., as tho time, and his
nfllco, No. HOI ciinptino street, in mo cny oi
Wheeling, Ohio county, West Virginia, a? the
placo, at which he will proceed to ascertain and ~
S>ort the several matters In the tald order ot
erence required. ...... =
Given under my hand thla 7th day o! Feb* =
ruorv. 1891.
GEO. B. B. GILCHRIST,
Commissioner.
GRonas E. Boyd, Esq,
Solicitor for Complainant. fe9 n
For Rent.
a month
No. 2615 Chanllno it reel 415 00
So. 2746 KolT street 15 00
No. 2520 Mala street. ? 20 00
No. 2102 Mala street, store room 15 to
No. 52 Thirteenth street, 4 rooms?n 00
No. 1048 Market street, 4 rooms. 16 00
No. 1403 Warren street, now four-roomed
houso...~~ ............ 8 00
Rctldenceon National toad, the late Carter
rcsldenco .. m
rwo rooms, war No. 11 <5 Koff street 4 00 ~
No. 8? Twonty-ulxlh street. 0 00
New resifleuop, 6 rooms and attlo, hot and
cold wator, both gases, South Hurna j
strecU..~~.~~?~.. ?? 22 00 "j
FOR SALE.
No. 22 Alley B, coiner Alley B and Alley 5.
fcloe. f650.
Nos. 2019 and 2021 Main slroeC. # _
18 Acres of Land 1 mile east of Elm Grove,
fronts aoout 800 feet on National road, with
eur-roomod framo house and 200 Fruit Trees.
Price, f1,800.
182 Acres Anthracite Coal Land In tho county
>t Berkeley, W. Va., S20 per acre.
do. 2407 Chapllne street
Lot70by 180 left, Kim Orow ^....1 275
tfo. 387 Main street. Business house aud
riurnlltnir. iltlMD rOOOlS
ffoa. 51 and M Alloy 19...~ 1,600 r
tfoi. 2W4 and 2006 CbapUne a tree t. ~.M 8,200 C
So. 1006 MoColloch street 2JOO
So. 8028 MoOoUoch atreet 1,000
So. 1921 and 1923 Main atrcct...^....^.,.. ?
*o. 2110 and 2112 Main atreet. ?
*o. 2004 and 20C6 Main street.
io. 2604 Market atreet........ 2,600 ~
?o. 1026 MoColloch atieet...?8,900
Jo. 96 Ohio atreet 2.300
Ho. 1S9 Booth Penn a treat... y-~v W
Ho. 60 North Front atreet-groond 60 by
a boat 400 feeU.- 8,500
*o. 2224 chapllne itre?t-~~-. |
So. 1004 Cbapllno atreet 2,300 I
fo. 2814 Eoffatre?t-? 2,600 I
*o. R4 and 86 TwentyiUth a treat ? 1,660 J
Jn. 112b Eoffitreet.. 2^00
no. 8112 Chapllne atreeU....... . 1,400
So. 8981 Wooda itreet... MOO
ia am Woodi w*trr-;~;';,:1 MS
Lou In Jaaea Carney'* helra' addition...... 800
*o. 200b Main itreet ? ?. 1,200 ai
James A. Henry, *
Real Eatato Agent, U. B. Claim Attorney,
M 1012 Market Street.
GEO. H TAYLOR?SPRING ASP SUMMER GOODS.
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
1150 Main and 1153 Market Streets.
NEWSPRING
AND
SUMMER GOODS
We Open Tbis Morning
Our First Shipment of French Novelties in Dress
Goods, Unsurpassed in Excellence
of Style and Fabric.
ALSO THIS MORNING I
Our Entlro Importation of Neir Swim,
Nainsook and Cambric
EMBROIDERIES,
ALSO CHENEILLE CURTAINS
IN NEW DESIGNS.
OUR BLACK SILK SALE
CONTINUES THIS WEEK
??r mic"
n i inu
MARKED DOWN PRICES.
(ie#. Ytayloe.
H. EM81IEIMER- HOUSE CLEANING SALE.
IIGRAND1K-*
house cleaning sale!
Before opening our Spring Dress Goods, Wraps, &c.,
we offer for a few days our entire stock of Winter Wraps,
Blankets, Comforts, Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitts, Under
wear, Furs, Yarn ana Remnants ui every urauipuuu m
ONE-HALF AND A THIRD PRICE
To make room. We show the largest variety of TORCHON
LACE, EMBROIDERY and MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
In the city at Popular Prices. We invite your attention to
the Make, Price and Finish of our Ready-made Wrappers
and Tea Gowns.
H. EMSHEIMER,
18 and 20 Eleventh St.
General Agent for Ohio and West Virginia for PAGE'S
PATENT CHART AND ACCURATE SCALE, for the
neasurementof all kinds of dry goods, etc.,without unwinding.
TYPBWRITKRB.SF.Wl.NO MACHINES. ETC. ICDW.Ij. ltOSE&CO.
mm. l rose & co?
WH0LB8ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
TYPEWRITERS, SEWING MACHINES,
BICYCLES.
AND ALL THAT FS&TAlIMf 1UBU1U I
Iffi-J A full and complete stock of the best tke market affords In Each line. "VH
51 TWELFTH STREET, WHEELING, W. VA.
J. L. BALLARD. Manager. 1??
JOSKPH GKAVES-WALL PAPERS. BLANK BOOKS, ETC.
IM2. JOSEPH GRAVES. ^
26 TWELFTH STREET.
WALL PAPER 8?LARGEST STOCK AND GREATEST VARIETY IN THE
STATE. BOLD CHEAPER THAN EVER I
BLANK BOOK 8?DAY BOOK8, J0URNAL8, LEDGER*, CA8H BOOKS, INVOICE
and TRIAL BALANCE BOOKS, MEMORANDUM and PA88 BOOKS. Ac.
WRITING PAPER, ENVELOPES, INKS, PEN'S and PENCILS t
STATIONERY OF E VE R Y D ESCRI PTI O N
Sold Retail at Wholesale Prices! jt
' ItAMM* CO.-FURNITURE,|ETC.
HAMM & CO.,
? 1 ^ * ? ' ? * i ?
furniture Dealers ana undertakers,
DOT THIS DOWN FOR A FACT:
That our eetablUhment U a model one In ererr reepect
That In onr EttracUT? amortment, prompt aemoe and lair treatment, our erutoman are amply
id eatlifactorlly aerred.
That while we cannot flreyou eometbinc for nothing, we claim to give a food, boneet deal !
rerj time. V* INVITE YOUR PERSONAL INSPECTION.
w Undertaking in Its several forms a speolal feature.
TELEPHONE CALLS ANSWERED DAf OB NIGHT.
HAMM &, CO., - 1067 Main Street.
?=4 T*
wm
Satisfaction (
EACH CAN OP THE COOKS BAK!
FULL STRENGTH, FULL WF.IC
MERITS AT THE LOWEST PC
WITH QUALITY.
COO&S STARTERS
COOKS Halves,
COOKS Pounds,
Sold by all Grocers.
AMUSKMKNTfi.
STANLEYI
The Ornt African Explorer,
?m ki. .l/umant tnrt InUreitlMlMlDW ]
?atth1
WHEELING OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 10.
THE EVENT OF A LIFE TIME 1
EVERYBODY WANTS TO HEAX
HENRY M.
STANLEY!
Ha appearance everywhere Is the tigtul
for an ovation, flo baa won the
pro?a and people.
Ilescrved Seats, $2.50 down stairs;
$2 ami 91.00 upMuira; Hale opens
at C. A. House's Muulc Store Thursday
morning, Febrnnry 5.
buy early if you want to hear
STANLEY!
OPERA HOUSE.
Wednesday, Feb. 11-Spcclal Engagament
The Ideal IrUh Cooody Actress,
ANNIE WARD
TIFFANY!
In Hor Snccenf ol Comedy Drama,
THE STEP-DAUGHTER
Ann11 Wabd Tiffany as Peggy Logan,
(The Faithful IrUh None.)
Presented with the Original Excellent Caat.
Car Load of Scenery and Effect*
l'arcly an American Play.
Prices?Beiervcd seata 11. AdmlMlon'75 agd
AOoenls. Eticoi teats commence* jhouu*/, reurosry
9, *t V. A. House's Mnsio Btore. fefl
OPERA HOUSE.
FBIDAY EVENING, FEB. 13.
TUB DISTINGUISHED ARTISTE,
RHEA!
la Her Grand and Historical I'luj
JOSEPHINE!
Empress of the French,
BUI'TOUTED 1JY
MR. WILLIAM HARRIS I
As Napoleon Bonaparte,
And an Excellent Company.
lfAOirxnCKKT COITCMttt 8DP1KB UOOmiMO!
W. D. Lou Doan, Manager.
Reserved Beats, tl 06. Admission, 75 and 50o.
Bale ot seats commenoea Wednesday, February
11. at C A. House's Moslo Btore, M
ROBT. J. BDRDETTE,
The World-Renowned Humorist,
WILL LICTU8E ON
The Pilgrimage of tbe Fanny Man
AT THE OFEKA HOUSE,
Thursday Evening, February 12,
In tbe Y. M. C. A. Course of
Entertainments.
The Iccture abounds In Refined Wit, Sparkling
Humor, Touching Pathos and Beautiful
Descriptions. Reserved seats, 60c. Male-opens
at Baumor's Music Store, Monday, February 0,
| at 9 a. m. < fe4
Grand ODera House.
Three Nlghti and Wednesday Matinee,
Commencing Monday Evening, Feb. 9.
Thb Funmiht Comedy oh SabtuI
A SOAP BUBBLE.
The Great Soap Bubbio Qoartotte.
Hand*pm?ly Costumed Younir Ladle*.
Vine Singers, Dancers and Comedlam.
Paicxs?Orchestra Chain, 60c; Drees Circle
and Gsllcrj.ittc; Children, 16c. Seats on sale
at Welr'n. fefl
J. S. RHODES & CO.
SPECIAL
LIU Sal!!
J. S. RHODES & CO.
BARGAINS IN
Bleacbed and GreamTable Linens1
AND NAPKINS.
C
68-Inch Bleacbed Damask at 76 Cents, j
Good Til tie at $100.
Extra Good Values in Barnslj's Damask,
. _ c
ax f l 76?72 inches Wide.
HE BAV* ADDED NSW DX8JOK3 TO OUB
?CELEBRATED
Bleached Pattern Cloths
At the Rite of $100 per Yard.
NAPKINS TO HATCH. 1
See Onr Extra Quality Hipktas at
$1 60 per dozen, worth #2 00.
(Mdi and Ends Lacs Curtains Cheap. 1
BIngle Curtains to one and one-hall pairs.
J.S.RH0DES&C0.-f
IE ~V"
^mm
ii\S)PflWflFg
Guaranteed.
^SE,Rs'3?aNTEE0 ;
'^m^ATs^ I
-pm^io^n
Retail at so ry?
=2?4?^L?**
WANTER
aws^l^gfg
snces. MAnurAviuaikA, imqm. dox ]>,,
N.Y. ?* w
11/ANTED?A YOUNG MAN, 17 OR
II 18 year* old, a Rood penman, rapid ?ad
correct ttflgum. to fill poaltiou of lorolce
Clerk In a manufacturing office. Addrow, In
own hand writ faff "MaNOKACTUHKH,"
Intelligencer Office (?2
=3E=i= ?3
PROPOSALS.
BOP08 AL8 W ANTED-THE
Hoocial Committee appointed by the Houw
ol Delegate? (or the purpow, will raphe miM
propotala for furnUbiug the Hall of the Home
of Delegates in the 8tate Capitol, at Cturleiton,
W. Va., with suitable detka and chain for the
BMBaawlBaagttman.
h*
GENERAL NOTICES.
J^OTIOE.
Having opened the Manchester Coal Bank, we
are prepared to supply the trade with t'letu,
Mixed, Nut, Pea Ceafand Black and Kun ol U?
Uloe. Factories nalug coal will do well by gtf- I
log ui a calL Gail or addrem,
1 T.E K ASLKY A SON,
iafl. Wo. m MqColloch Htreet
JJOTIOE.
Tbo undersignc<l la tho regular appoluted
uent for tba sale of the iilller Chemical fin
fitlngnlshor. Personal attention ttlren tn all
extinguishers sold by him. Charge* for refllllm
always an hand. Address No. H? sixteenth
street. Wheeling, w. y?.. j,_ a. piinxiwh.
REMOVED.
REDMAN & CO.
JIsvo removed their Machino Shop to the new
oorrugated iron building on Chaplino i-treet, betweeu
Beveuteenth and eighteenth stiveu, aod
are now ready for Murine? at tne new place,
FOR RENT.
17OR RENT-STORE BOOM, COR.
r Third and Main streets. Apply to I
BODY, 1106 Main street. d?J
I7?0R RENT?8T0RE ROOM AND
Iiii<i1llnL> innthwokt ramor nf Jamh ?n>i
sixteenth streets. Possesaion immediately. id"
quire at Young's Drug Btoro. WILLIAM FAb
LOORg. [e^
JiOR RENT.
j-'lght Boomed House. 1187 Cbaplioo itreet
Storeroom, No. 1012 Markol street.
Btororoom, Mo. 10&8 Market street.
Front Boom on third floor, 1308 Market atreet,
GEO. J. fiATHISON,
Real Eatate AiPDt
Ia81 1210 Chapline Birwt
FOtt 8 ALE.
^ FINE, SECOND-HAND
Knabe Square Piano
FOB BALE CHEAP AT
F. W. BAUMER it CO.'8
do3 ^ 1810 Markot Street.
JgTOOKS FOR SALE.
18 shares Peabody Insurance Co.
CO shares Wheeling di Belmont Brldjo Co.
20shares UBclieNail Mill.
50 shares Benwood Iron Works.
40 shaies Beilaira Mall Works.
15 shares J auction Iron Company.
IB shares Wheeling lee & Storage Co.
K.S.1KWIK, !
fe2 Broker, Mo. 24 Twelfth Street j
J^OR SALE.
?OS EASY TERMS.?
A lot on Eoff street between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, on which aro tome ordinary !J
buildings, renting for 123 per month.
JAMES L. HAWLEY,
Ja8 1420 Main atreet
POR SALE.
LARGE LOT. cornor Markot and Twcnljfourth
streets; desirable for manufacturing iltt.
SEVEN ACHES near Elm Grove; desirable ior
gardening.
W. V. HQGE A BBO.
deC 1800 Market Street
gMALL FARM FOR SALE.
uonuuning uuny-iour acres, nca aou.
improvementa, floe orchard ol choice fruit,
gooddwclUnghouae and good burn. RltoatfA
clone to hi- culrsvlUe, Belmont county, Ohio.
Cheap and easy terms.
R. T.HOWELL,
Insurance and Real Eaiate Agent
de4 Bridgeport. Oblo.^
j^UFTY YEAR BIX PER CENT
GOLD BONDS FOR SALE I
A. limited number of Wbeellug Bridge
mlnul Hallway Company alz rtr ceut flnt ?orv
gage fifty year tfold Bonds are hereby oflena
for tale. Theae bonda are lecured by a dfwoj
trait on the Bridge Terminal tracka aad otb?
property o! thla company, and are helletw w
be a good, safe and permanent Inrwtoeat ? J
tereat payable half yearly. Apply to
GEO. YY. ECKIIAItT.JlL,
Cuhler People'* B*a*,ol
j THOMAS O'BRIEN,
BOOKS, BTATlONKItY, KTO
THIS BRIGHT HEWlf
Needs *tbo brlghteat and beat of mu?teJ*
2.0CO.OOO roadera of thla ad. are all
Brorldo tbemselVM with rausln or muilc boot"
on onr complete and yarled atork.
MTtilMDFUUiY rott Una AMD iKFOMUTlW.
SOKE OF OUR MEW EST BOOKS.
BONGS OK IRELAND. ?l 0". OioIw.iotMJ
collection of very faverlte aonga. 66k>uk?. ?'
^TTER'B RE8P0NSE9 AND SIWTKM*
71 ota.; |6 75 dox. A timely and good
which will bN welcomed by raauj choirs. 1W?
than 60 ahort pieces, with a number ot Cloriw.
UpB?ifER AND PRAISE. Cantata. Pallwi
A good and eaay cantata, for a Choir or Chorw.
M> centa; 14 to wr dorcn. .
MASONIC ODE. Kltblan. A new,asewtcoa
renlent book of easy and good music. perww
lilted for the Masonic ritual. Much ucecea
Wco!ui andmminbtrel eonss. tioo- .f?
merry aoogi, well calculatod to make time pw
cheerfully.
DAN NfcJt FOLIO. Violin >nfl IM*no. ?? I
Urge number or popular melodic*, fkiW" > I
arranged for >110110, with 1'lano atcuBpaoi* I
tnent. II00.
MANDOLIK AND PI A SO DOKTd. WlM* I
^bout 75 popular olri for Mandolin and I
Any Book Sailed, pott paid, for Betail I
OLIVER DITSON CO.. Boston,
J. H. DIT80N A CO.. , % .it flfl
M7 Broadway, We* York dtr. I
NEW PUBLICATIONS j
it the Old City Bool Store.
C.K1AR CA8GABEL, by Jul" Vtrt"' ' "* \
iloth. Illustrated. 9280. ri.b |
A MATTIB OF MILLIONS, by Anna ?? J
tfne Ureeu,, 12 mo., cloth. lllu?tr*tc<l. ?? [a
PATIENCE, by Aunt B. Warner, l? J
' SELECT NOTES ON international^*' j
)AY SCHOOL LtseONH, ml by r. ? * * I
l. Palonbut. 8 to., ololb, ii fl. _ |
BIHI'E htubuti FO* lwi, by (ioo. F. Pio* i
?BALZ?lE''4t9EoLL>8TOBIta, mw?4M?b I
?Hi?*IlDtlB?ND'8 FRIEND, by Alt*!** I
'coNkBSoNH0-OF A NDN, by SLOT Apf* I
6 mo . paper. fiOo.
MCWBBOOKB DAILY.
Stanton & Davenport,
jig l?l M?r>H8'g?
VALENTINES,
FINE AHD COMIC AT WnOLWALB
AKD KITAIL. I
Kill order. prompUr 1IM. N?*"fJ5S I
SgMSM!5gf I
Ja17 MUmrUliW1,

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