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The Daily Intku.ioknckr |* Delivered by
Currier* iu Wheeling and adjacent town* at 10
oenta per wock.
Fkiuonb wiihlng to rabMrlbe to tho Daily
* Jntai umnceu can do io by tending In their or*
dem to tho iMiLLiOKKcaft uflleo on 1'oatal Card
or otherwise. They will be punctually served
by carrion.
TELEPHONE KUMBEEf:
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(Entered at the Postotllce at Wheeling, W. Va.,
M nccond-rlaM matter.)
^WHEELING, FEBRUARY 18,1891.
Kakk diver ia what the Farmers' Alliance
want* ratber than free trade, and
Mr. Clevoland is not likely to draw much
from Farmers' Alliance sources.
Ik Congress adjourns without passing
the shipping bill it will leave undone
one of the tilings which would aid in the
successful carryingoutof the reciprocity
agreement with the South American He'
publics.
Tua business men of New York bav(
addressed a letter to Mr. Blaine express
Ing their appreciation of his services it
securing reciprocity with Brazil. Ever
from Richmond, the capitol of the Solid
South, comes a similar message to the
Secretary of State. Mr. Blaine's popu
larity and the appreciation of bis states
mtnship are not confined to any one see
tion, Blaine is growing among tbopeo
pie.
Gunkual biianuAx's remark to Mrs
Logan on meeting her recently in Admi
ral Porter's lionse in Washington, when
they had gone to visit the sick man, wai
characteristic of the great soldier, am
was the utterance of a true philosopher
Turning^ the widow oi tiie great nu
ois General he said: "I will be the nexl
one, and perhaps I may go beforo Portei
doca. Anyhow, it's nothing to die, fit
it's just as natural as being born."
To night the great World's Fair ban
qnet at Charleston will take place ant'
the resources of West Virginia will be
presented in oratorical colors for the
benefit of the visiting capitalists an(
World's Fair ofticials. What West Vir
ginia has to offer will be laid befon
them in attractive form. The banque
will doubtless be productive of uiucl
good asido from that of impressing tin
State Colons with the importance of i
liberal appropriation for the purpose ol
benefiting our industrial interests.
Pennsylvania's scheme for the improvement
of her highways is a gigantic
one, but if carried out will give that
State the best system of public roads in
America. The proposition is to spend
Biz million dollars per annum for tec
years for the improvement of the roada
Sixty million dollais ought to do a greal
work, if there is not too much jobbery
connected with it. West Virginia is nol
rich enough yet to make such an enor
mons expenditure, but she ought to dc
whatever alio can in this direction. The
Legislature cannot perform an act thai
would bo of more direct benefit to all the
people.
Tjib mortality among great men id
1891 will be unprecedented if the prosent
rate is kept up. Attention is called
to tbo fact that during the first Bii
nwpkfl of the vear the list includes tbr
historians, liancroft anil Kinglake
among queens of the stage are Emms
Abbott and Celine Montaiand; among
palntem, Meissonier, Von Marcke and
Jarvis McEotee; among statesmen, Sec
rotary of tho Treasury Windoin, exSecretory
o! the Interior Stewart and
Charles Brad lough; among great military
characters, General Sherman and
Admiral l'otter; among rulers, King
Kalakun, ol Hawaii, aud Abdul Bahman
Khan, Ameer ol Afghanistan; Baron
Honsmann,thereconstructoi:of Paris,and
Leo Delibes, the French composer. The
list is a long one for so ehort a time and
the present year bids fair to beat the
record,
Tim Illgli Water.
There were many anxious hearts in
Wheeling laat night as the water came
creeping up the banks threatening ?
destructive orerllow. The 1 NTtLLinKN
ckr hopes that before this morning's is
eue reaches its readers all cause for fears
of a very serious Hood will be removed,
and that tho water will be receding ai
gracefully as it came up, and that the
anxiety will be relieved. The report
from up the river all day yesterday were
of a moat alarmingcharacter, the sudden
and rapid rise at Pittsburgh producing
great surprise and fear. It was not couaidored
probable, however, that a repitition
of the scanes of 1834 would occur,
though there was no doubt that there
wnnlrl ho ilnmni'ft.
Floods are inevitable and no human
power can stay them, and we can only
bow to their will and be ag cheerful as
possible under tho circumstance, while
taking the precautions necessary to save
such perishable property as comes in
their way.
yunj'rf Dental.
Senator Wnay has at last made a broad
and sweeping denial of the scandalous
charges which wero brought against him
by his enemies during the campaign.
In waiting so long before making a defence
he appears to havo acted more
wisely than the partisan press will admit.
He simply chose to bide his time,
and to make his statement when there
was no heated political campaign, and
when ihe tempers of both his accuser!
and his friends were in a condition to
warrant that the denial would receive a
dispassionate reception.
He goes into every detail of the
charges and auswera every accuution
^1 w Uu IiaMIu ilaiiAnnana aanh
epvviuvax/* MO uvuvHUbw o?bH
particular story as a slanderous falsehood
and declares that tho "assaults
were of a character so monstrous as to
largely carry with thiun their own refutation."
Were it otherwise, he says,
heconld not remain, nor would bis constituents
permit him to remain a member
of the Senate.
It is said by his sccusers that the denial
ia unsupported, and that it cornea
too late to have any effect, but this criticism
Is scarcely just. Having specifically
answered the charges, his word is entitled
to consideration. Sir. y nay would
scarcely hire dared, under the circumstances,
to hive entered Into Bucli i de- ,
lulled statement, tliaa reopening the
j scandal, had the damaging charges been capable
of proof. It will bo remembered
that the accusations reflecting on bis [
honesty and integrity were brought by
the Mugwump press and rehashed by
bis Democratic enemies, and were only
a collection of all that has been alleged
against him in the beat of tbo political
campaigns of tho past quarter of a century,
Many of them were vague and
tllmsy, and others were so disingoniously
constructed as to bear the evidences of
falsehood on their fsces.
Those papers that believe Mr. ({nay's
denisl is not supported, should reason
that the Senator's course In making an
absolute denial at a time when party
passion is taking a rest, indicates that,
if the charges are repeated, be intends
to pursue the matter to the end by giving
himself an opportunity to support
bis statements in a court of law, where
bis accusers will be compelled to sup
i al?!_ -ll?^nHnnn lio mflffl MllvitlC*
port 1UD1I Mlsgauvu. ?J
ing evidence than the malicious statements
of bis personal and political ene;
miee. Io the meantime the public can
i afford to suspend judgment.
BKEAKfAST Ht'lXibT.
Mexico is to have the longest tunnel
on this continent.
The Indianapolis Journal tells of the
) elopement of a "dime museum freakess."
A New York dealer advertises "old
i teeth and ladies' cast-off clothing and
j jewelry purchased for cash."
I An olive oil factory, to cost $250,000,
including the acreage, is about to be
1 built at Los Guilcos, Sonoma county,
Cal.
The consumption of tea in the United i
. Kingdom during 1890 reached the unprecuden
tod ly high figure of 5.02 pounds
per head.
The iron cap has been placed on the
, chimney of the Narragansett Electric
Company, at Providence, R. I. The
chimney is 257 feet high.
5 By accident it was discovered the other
? day by a clergyman in Ottawa that the
i cemetery authorities, to save space, have
been putting three bodies in one gravo.
The Greenwich (England) authorities
. have found that the exact period of
transmitting an electric signal to Mon'
treal, Canada, is about three fourths of a
i second. |
The papal army is composed of sixty
soldiers, who are commanded by two I
generals, two colonels, two lieutenant
colonels, a major, two captains and four
lieutenants. |
Excavations at Winchester, England,
have brought to light the foundations of1
I the palace of William the Conqueror and |
. the Norman kings. One fragment of
. the wall is eighteen feet long and four i
^ feet thick.
Tn?oi nWinonra dinners are becoming
' bo frequent in London that enough dis*
1 satlafaction haa been caused to produce
I the suggestion that invitations to such
i entertainments should be marked with
a blue ribbon.
There have boon more changes in the
present popular branch of Congre?s since
' its election in 18S8 than have ever oc:
curred in any any other Congress. There
; were six resignations, ten deaths and
i nino members unseated.
When Liviogston reached tho center
of Africa bo found millions of people
1 there who never had tasted salt, but
' they got to liking it, and would sell a
I slave for a pound of aalt, just as they
> would sell a slavo for a bottle of whisky.
A Polish wedding took place at Hurley,
Wis., recently, at which a curioua
nrnrpndina. said to bo a custom, was no
1 ticed. Instead of the invited guests
i each bringing a present they waited
; until the wedding dinner was over,
' then tho plates were removed, washed
and brought back, when the assembled
gnests threw silver dollars against the
plates until all of them were broken.
> The couple received nearly $700 in this
manner.
1 In Java the woodpeckers bore into the
telegraph poles, deceivod by the buzzing
sound made by tho wires into the belief
1 that insects are concealed in the wood.
; In Norwav the woodpeckers have been
, found to bore into the pole, but more
curious is the fact that in Norway bears
, have torn away the large stones placed
at the base of the poles, deceived by the
sound into thinking that beea and their
stow of honey were to be found beneath.
MAFIA IN CHICAGO.
' An Italian Wlio bwludled Another Han
liven Notified to Make Amendi.
Chicago, Feb. 17.?A crowd of Italians
came to the office of the Ohief Police
last night to ask protection /or Joseph
Gazzolo who had been condemned
1 to death by the Mafiia.
i Qazzolo formerly kept a fruit stand on
Madison street. Several months ago he
was notified by the proprietor of the
property that he must leave within a
i certain time. He then sold the stand to
Gillo Perdite representing to the latter
that he a year's lease. Perdite eoon
1 ioudu oui me irnuuuiout uiuuru ui tuo
transaction. Since a week ago he has
. received mysterious notices in red ink
that he had been tiled by the "tribunal"
and unless he made amends lor the
swindle within n Riven time his life
i wonld be taken. These missivee were
i Bigned ".Valla." (iizzolo is afraid to
stir out of the bouse unless accompanied
1 by half a dozen friends and wants the
Mafia hunted down.
Hen All Hnfgtn Dead.
New Yokk, Feb. 17.?Ben All Haggin
died this morning at 4:10 o'clock, of
pneumonia. His father, J, B. Haggin,
the California millionaire, was as his
bedside. His widow is on her way across
the Atlantic and is expected to arrive
here about Mondsy next.
ltmvaro of Ointments for Catarrh that Contnin
Mercury,
aa mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derauge the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0., contains
o morcury, and is taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure bo sure yon get the gen
uioe. It is taken intornally, and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney it Co.
l&?Sold by druggiata, price 75c per
bottle.
Orders for pnre Ryo and Bourbon
Whisky promptly tilled at Lally'a, 2100
Main street.
A Wonder Worker.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Burlington, 0., elates that he bad been
under the care ol two prominent piiysicaas,
and naed their treatment until he
waa not nblo to get around. They pronounced
hia caae to be Consumption and
incurable. He vol persuaded to try Dr.
King's New Discovery fur Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, and at that time was
not able to walk acrora the atreet without
resting. He found before he had used
, half of a dollar bottle, that he waa much
better; he continued to nan it and ia today
enjoying Rood health. If yon have
any Throat, Lung or Cheat Trouble try
it. We guarantee aatiafaction. Trial
bottle free at Logan Drug Co.'a drng
atore. 6
BncHAM'a Pius cure Bilious and
Nervous ills. 3
bTfiCCK BIA BALL
la th? Vmea-A I'mir of bllvor Hlogoa Pat
on WUlUm XI. Beelej'a Jawa.
PKOadriphia Record.
The operation which was performed
at the Pennsylvania Hospital in April
last on William H. Heeley, shortstop of
the Kanaaa City Baseball team, has
proven a failure. Seeley was a member
of the Cowboy nine daring the season
of 1889. In a game with the Detroit
clnb in May of that year, he was struck
in the face by a hot liner, which resulted
in lock-jaw. He Buffered for some
time in silence, being able to conceal
his infirmity from all but his intimate
acquaintances. All thia time he was
unable to take anything but liquid
nourishment. Up to last spring Seeley
refused to undergo an operation.
He, however, made the acquaintance
of Dr. Abbey, of New York, who prevailed
on him to seek relief tnrongh the I
surgeon's knife. Dr. Abbey performed
an oporation on the right side of tho I
jaw, where the ball struck, which afforded
the injured man temporary relief.
In April Seeley drifted to Philadelphia.
and wound up at the Pennsylvania
Hospital suffering from a severe
attack of pneumonia. On his recovery
an operation was performed on the jaws
, which was considered at the time one of
the greateat feats of surgery ever ati
tempted. This consisted of au incision
being made on each side of the face and
I about half an inch of the ramus being
-? 1 oiinoi. hltiooa ivpro then deft
1 IDUlUTCUt Uiilb* ?B>. ......
Iv Inserted. A rubber wedge was placed
beneath the teeth to keep the Jans from
closing. Four weeka afterward the onI
fortunate ball-player waa discharged
from the hospital cured, as It teemed.
Up to three weeka ago Ueeiey Buffered
little from the electa of the operation.
From that time until the present the
jaws gradually drew together until now
be is unable to open them more than an
eighth of an inch. The authorities of
the hospital, he claims, have informed
him that farther relief is impossible.
The on!} nourishment that he can take
must be in tho form of liquids. Despite
his infliction the plucky short-stop has
signified his intention of continuing his
work on the diamond. He has signed
with the Toledo team for the coming
soason, but before going into practice
will join the Louisville team iu an exhibition
tour of the South. He will
probably teat the skill of the surgeons
at tho University Hospital.
DIED.
KINDLED SKGE3?On Monday, Eebru.ry 16,
I .-'J I, JOUK KlNPLKnCRQEK, fcgOd Nj fCATI, 1
month and 16 day?.
Fun oral from bis lata residence at No. 210 Coal
street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Frionda o( the family respectfully Invited to
attend.
ALL VSE
[wmg
H/aESISM/WSTHEAUMFUi.
RADAM'S
rjrf i lr i
/ mn iicroDe
KILLER.
Tiie Greatest Discovery of the Age.
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. HAT
FEVER. BRONCHITIS, RHEUMATISM,
DYSPEPSIA. CANCER. 8CROPOLA,
DIABETES.
BRIGHT'S niS*A-<K, MALARIAL FEVER,
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In short, all formi ol Organic and Functional
d twines. Tho Curoa effected by Uila Medicine
are In many cues
MIRACLES!
Sold only in Jugi containing One Gallon.'
Price Three Dollars-. ?m?n innutmen
t when Health and Life can bo obtained.
?"Hutoky of tub Microbe Killk* Frxz."?
For Mlo by all Retail Druggist*. Trade rap*
plied by
LOGAN DRUG CO.. Bole Agent*.
ocS-D A*
^ lp
Pulmonic
syrupFifty
yearn of iuoocm la sufficient cvldonc#
oftlio valuo of Schencks 1'uluonlc Syrup n? a
euro for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness
Sore-Throat &c. It contain! no opium; U
pleasant to tho ta?to.
For Salo by all Druggists. Prico $1.00 per
bottle. l)r. Scbonck'8 llook on Consumption
and Us Cure, walled free. Address
Dr. J. H. Schenck 6c Son, Philadelphia.
sconjjs
Fwulsioh
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Hypophosphltes
Of Lime and Soda.
There are em ulslons and emulsion*,
and there is still much skimmed milk
which masquerades as rmtm. Try as
thru trlfl tunny manufacturers cannot
so disguise their c*xt llreroll as to make
it palatable to smsttlre stomachs. Scott's
Emulsion of PVUK NOltlFEOIAN COD
JLIVKK OIL, cotnhlncil with Ilypopho*phltes
is almost as inflatable as milk.
this reason as well as for the fact
of the stimulating quallH * of the Hypo*
phosithltes. Physicians /ir</u<mf/y prescribe
U In eases of
CONSUMPTION,
HCHUVVlfA, JIIWSCUITIS and
cnnosic covanor severs col p.
All Druggists sell it, but be sure you get
the genuine, as there are poor Imitations.
" 1""* ? i i-'nr*.
HOTEL8.
THE RESTAURANT
THE EOm WSOR
IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Tbo Wlndxor will be hereafter conducted on
tbo Acnorlmu am) European plana. For tho ?o*
cotrmodatlonof Udlos and priTate parties the
room* on the acoond floor bava been ipoolally
fitted up with all nodern convenience*.
Game, Frulu and all eatablet in lesson served
in flrat-clwa atyle. de9
J^OTIOE TO THE PUBLIC 1
On and after this date VAN KKURKN'S
OA1RY RESTAURANT ?IU serve Meals M
followa: ft Meal* for 91, or 81 Meals for 94.
HOTEL VAN KKURKN,
fe7 No. 10 Twelfth stmt.
MEDICAL.
V) Dr. BULL'S facilitate* Tttthing and ,
KlDV OVOIID wcolatwtbo llowolf. At ]
JJABl OinUr mHdruK'g|wta. rrlrvgsctc ^
| Dill I 'C Cures Coughs, Colds,
DULL 0 Hoarseness, Asthma,
Bronchitis, A Alipil Croup,Incipient
Con-liUUIjll sumption,
and relieves Consump- CVDI ID
live Persons. 25 cents. OI flUr
eunrc UHOi-a ciiica nioAHincsyiTciSmUnC
tartk. Prle$10Ct?. At all drmggltU.
USE
POND'S
EXTRACT
for Uueniiisir
VI IVHMtWMy waa
Rheumatism
WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS:
A PROMINENT NEW YORK PHY.
SICIAN GIVES THIS ADVICK FOR THE
CURE OF MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM:
" Bo regular in your habits, cct and
drink only what you need. If the Intestinal
action is sluggish taka a course of cathartics.
Havo tho painful muscles rubbed
thorough!/, frequently and forvently, using
scmo soothing lotion. I like POND'S EXTRACT
for such conditions, and it will
promptly tako out tho corenoss."
WHAT THE PATIENT SAYS:
" My wife has bean afflicted with tho rhouma*
tiim for tho put fivo wwki, and, cftor uiing
ovary known liniment, your POND'S EXTRACT
carre, end wo rejoice to lay it ii helping her very
much."?R. 0. FISHER, Indianapolis, Ind.
Be sure you got PONO'S
EXTRACT, not some
worthless substitute. All
Qrufs'ista. r
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
76 Fifth Avo., Now York.
mm
Is the Best Household Remedy Extant
It is a positive core for
PILES
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
And All Skin Diseases,
An Invaluable remedy for Wounds, Burns, Swell*
Ings, Sores, Croup, Bronchitis, otc.
NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Sold by all druggists nt 50 cents per box. Send
1 two-cout stamps for free samplo box and book.
TAE-OH) COMPANY,
CH1C.HSO. HJ?
^|r\ JAPANESE
gjfc^PILE
CURE
A guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever
kind or degroo?External, Intornal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 8 boxos, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on reooipt of prioo.
We guarantee to cure any case of Filos,
Guaranteed and sold only by
McLAIX BROTHERS, Druggist*,
Twelfth and Market fits. Wheollng, W. Va
jalO-paw
FKEE, FREE, FJIEE TRIAL!
ELECTRO NERVINE
Cures Permanently
All diseases of tho Kervous Bystem, oltlier Acute
or Chroulo In either sex. It Restores Impaired
or Loit Power. Checks all Korros of
Waste or Brain; Makes Strong the Weak. Full
packago, 81; Six for S5. Trial package l?c. (with
book), sent securely sealed on receipt of price.
Address, DR. Q. F. AUDAM, No, 3t0l Cottage
Prove Ave.. Chicago, ill. no24
$500 Reward ?
WK will pay (bonboro reward for any rnso of Liter
Complnlnt, I>y*|Kip?la, Blck Headache, lodlKMllon. Conitlpatlon
or Cuntlronru wo rannot euro wirn West'e
Tcsotnble Liver 1111*. whm tho direction* aroftrlctly
rompllod with. They iiro purely Vegetable, and noror
fnll to rIvo ?atl?fnctlon. BugarConted f.nrire boxen,
containing ?llll*. tS cenU. Dewnro of counterfeit*
and imitation*. Tho Rt?nuln? m&nufaeturvl only Uy
THE JOHN C. WEST COMI'ANY. CHICAGO, ILL
Sold bjr McLAIN BROTHERS. cornor Market
and Twelfth Bto.. WhofHng. W. Va. Jalg-MWMW
COCOA.
GOLD KEPAL, PABI3, 1878. 1
t. Baker & Co
^Breakfast
Cocoa
from Tfhlch tho excosa of
oil has been removed, ia
Absolutely Pure
audit is Soluble.
No Chemicals
aro used la its preparation. It has
more than three times the ttrcnyth of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is tlicroforo far more
economical, costing teas than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily dioestkd,
and admirably adapted for invalids
us well m for persons in health.
Sold by Crooora ovorywhoro.
W. BAKER & CO., Donsbssfer, Mass.
JpWKMlv!
Rich Silver and Fine Porcelains
WE HAVE JUBT OPESRD
100 HEW PIECES OF STERLIIG SILYBR
Ahd a Piw Vtw Likxm op i
Royal Worcester, Doulton and other
Art Porcelalne In New Shapes
and Deooratlone. t
BVtTABLB ro? Wkjdwo PtnUTf. c
I. G. DILLON & CO., 1
fell No. 1228 Market Stmt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MOMPErENXAND EXPERIENCED
L/ Grown Hune wanted-^Jne who I. capaileof
taking en tin ctutf*e of baby twr. ytara
lid. tfallafactory reference required. To lie ,
fKlit penon vim will be aiooondarr wnild- I
.ration. AdreaaW..cartIntelligencerOfllcc.
l?OB SALE?HOHSE, BUGGV AND
JP IliniHi App1/ to Mn. JANE MORGAN,
3or. BeTcnleanth mil Jacob itrecti. 'ell*
XJITANTIiD?POSITION IN MANUVV
FACTORING Concera ai Bill or Sblpplnf
Clerk. AiMreti. "H. K-" thlaofllce. win
WANTED?81T UAT10 N BY A
Double Entry Book-keeper; t?t ot refer
sncca from former employer*. Address, W,
thin office. ?el8
HOG? & BRO.,
DKALttS n*
Hardware, Cutlery. Wagona, Road Carta, Fann
tnd Garden Bredi. AariruUaral Implement!. 4c
So. Ilia MARKET STREET, <wait trfcle).
Agents for Homier Grain Drills, Ollyer CtoU ed
Plow!. Steel King Harrow*, Ideal Kcod Mills
4c. Call and see u> or wrlto lor prloes.
au2frnwuw
J^OTIOE.
I have tills day bought the Saloon former*
iy occupied by P. J. Gavin, No. 1012 Main
itreet.
(ol7 R. J. MANOFIKLP.
^ryb^Sa^s
JifnaJalntln
ROSSER'S PATENT GRATE
THE BEST IN USB.
Will prorlu-o tvrfce the heat with half thOMi
or coal used in other graiee. It hu a movable
tnd adJu*tab!o bottom, blmplo in ^DitrUKtlon
and (unuot get out of order. It makei no dust
in the room. Territory for the manufacture and
sale ol tnese grates can do uau n? a mm
feltt THoB RQ8?KR. Bellalre. Ohio.
JJARGAINS ON
CHEAP COUNTER.
Call and secure tlicm at
JOHN FEIKDKL'S,
Iel4 _ 1119 Main Btreet.
pORTUAIT FRAMES,
Cabinet Photo Frames,
FINE MODLD1KG8.
Plcturca Fxanud to Order In tbo Latest Style
at the artStore, 1222 Market airoet.
fe!4 E. L. NICOt-L.
STOCKS AND BONDSFOR SALE
15 shares of Rlvcraldo Iron Works.
25 shares of Btreet and Electric Hallway.
10 shares iEtna Iron aud Sieol Works.
2 Wheeling Steel Works bonds, 81,000 each.
20 aharcs Benwood Nail Works.
12 shares Ice and Storngo stock.
15 shares Belmont Nail Company.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Secretary W. T. & T. Co. and Broker, Room 1,
Belli v Building, Market atroot. Tclepono M9.
Grand Opera House I
O. C. Gamut. - Man AO in.
Tota Kicrhia and Saturday Matinee, commencing
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 20,
McCarthy & Reynold*, In tbelr Beautiful and
Picturesque Irish comedy Drama,
The Dear Irish Boy,
By Dan McCarthy, Produced with Magnificent
Scenery and Mechanical Effects
am) a Strong Cast of characters.
l,nicKa-Orclie*tra Chair*, GOci Dress Clrclo and
Gallery, v2Sc; Children, 16c. Beats on aale at
Weir's. feis
OPERA HOUSE.
One light Only, Monday, February 23.
Plavlng to Capacity of Theatre? Everywhere!
Walt for the Big Show! The Comedian,
AARON H. WOODHULL,
In the Charming Now England Comedy,
UNCLE HIRAM1
Supported by a Strong Company..
Magnificent Bconery! Snperb Bolo Orchestra
Mdale I singing and Dancing!
Special engagement of tho following wellknown
artists:
TH03. D. VAN 03TEN, Dauble Euphonium
Soloist, late the hit of Clevoland Minstrels.
M1SSTR0JA ORIS WOLD, the Sweet Tyrolean
Warblor.
FRANK B. RHODES, tho Wizard, Lightning
Drum-Major and Equilibrist.
MAUD MADISON, the Dancing Marvel.
The Beautiful Gaiety Skirt Dancers,
Paicis?Reserved seats, si: Admission, 75 and
60c. Sale of scat* commence* Saturday, Feb. 21,
at c. A. Houbo'h Music Store. feiH
For Sale.
8.550 acres of land la Kanawha county, West
Virginia, twelve miles Irom Charleston, contslulng
valuable timber, namely: Oak,Wild Cherry.
Walnut, Poplar mid Hickory. Several veins of
Coal and Iron Ore. The above land is located
In the oil belt, between IUg Sandy Creek and
fclk Rivor. Abstract ol title will bo furnished to
parties desiring to purchase. Price, 110 per
acre for a short time onlr.
b'evun-rooraed house in splendid condltioni
No. 4514 KolT street. ?3,100.
Four-roomed home, in Fifth ward, 11,250.
Three-roomed house, First ward, ground GOx
ICO foot, FJOO.
Seven roomed house, 201N. York street. 91/00.
Six-roomed house, 202 N. York street, 12,000.
Double framo house, 3789 and 8741 Soft' street,
f ? 900,
Four roomed honso between Twenty-third and
Twenty-fourth streets, 11,000.
Six-roomed house, east ond of Twonty-third
Ten-roomed house, 742 Main street. 13,500.
Nino-roomed house, 2351 Market street, S3,SCO.
Three-roomed bouso on Wood street, between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-Hfth streeis, |l,100.
Twelve lots, f-OxiOO feet, \n Filan, Whyto and
Gallagher's Addition. 1100 to 1200 each.
Twenty-four lots in Marylynn, opposite the
improvements of Iho B. & o. Company, near
Bo u wood Junction, on the new tarnplke and
couuty road, on essv terms. ........
Manufacturing site near Cleveland 6t Pittshurch
Kiiiintad deoot. Martin's Ferrv: cround I
100x116 feet. J .
One lot on Moyitop streot, near cut end of
Twenty-wventh street. 11,100.
Ouo*uaSf lot on Moyston itrcet, $550.
Two one half lota on KofT itrcet, Sixth
vrard, cach fi,UG0.
KUhtj-sIx aorea two mlle? cast o! tho city,
110,000.
Sixty-five acrc* Jn Marnhall county, near Glen
FaRton, 9l,8CO: will exchange for city property. .
Klghty acroi In Mareball county, 11.800.
Twenty-five acn?. four mllca caat of city, containing
?and?tone quarry, roo?1 quality of c?
mcnt stone, and coal with bunk oi>cncd for uae,
18.600. , _
130 acrei near Sbcrrtrd at 175 per acre.
NESB1TT & DEVINE,
fe!8 1739 Market Street.
1
IF. GKEATKsT DISPLAY ON
KXRTH1
nwa&wol i.ow add'iVn^LYi?^
-more than all Whfelln* mcrohanta com>lncd?for
Genu' Bultt. tmrooata and unlonn?
juit rocelTod Irom Wnnunaker & Brown,
it Philadelphia. ThlrtT'thwo rcf cent aated
M 01 FKRRKL. Agent,
nolo Cor. rnuUtUi ud Main itiMta
GREAT CLOTHING AND *
E. B. P
Great Clothing
OIGANTIC FAILURES! T]
WThe treat mlc of PINE CLOTHING and 8
ITS., Bridge Corner, Wheeling. W. Va. The (all
brown upon the market thousands upon thousa
worm that had to be sacrificed at any prlrv to i
llutted and caah buyer* having a picnic. We wc
juote price* never before mentioned'In thla seoti
itore, we are going to make abort, quick work of
wait unill the best bargains are gone. This la fi
2LONE of FINE CLO? HINO aud SHOW at lea* i
w juur iiwu. ? a nuun juu ?u mil) ui
liouie AN \f WHERE. solvent or Iniolvoat. no mai
break and rob their creditors and atoal what they
place these flgnre* before ron and mean It to be l
pr^achable, aolid and stubborn PACTS, and FIU1
A Cyolone-lW
Yon's 94 60 Suit* go at this sale at 8a 37
Men's 15 and IS 60 Hulta at s 03
Men'a If., <660 and 97 Bultaat - ..... 3 87
lion's 18 and ?8 60 Hulta at 4 00
If you can match tbeaegooda for leaa than doi
by returning the samoand wa will cheerfully
u we can make It, and we mean exactly what we
A WhlripoolMen'a
f 1 Good Worklns Panta at....... 8 431
Men'a tl 60, fl 76 and 92 Panta at 07
Meu'a 93 Panta, our Great Leader, at - 1 1H
Again we rrake you the oflor?that la, we her
jooda we aell if uot tally ratlafactory In every aei
iho price. Tbla odor appl lei to everyth 1 og we a?
A Crash-Boys'
Boya' <Cc Panta, a great bargain, at ...... 10c
Boys' 10c Panta, blgiellcrs, at ................ *Oe
Boya' 6Vj Pant*, extra value, at ?5c
Boys' ?140 8ulti, a apeclal drive, at.. 87c
Our large store lUl-d with Rood* to overflow;
Red Flag. Auction and Bherllft' rialca will turn fl
to ace. Cut thla out.
An Explosion
Men'a 9140 Shoes. at big drive, at 8 75
Uen'a 9176 Gongreaa Bboea, London tipt... 1 10
Men'a 91 76 Lace above, Globe tipt 1 10
Mon'a K Pine Dreta Shoes 1 20
Remember our aiWer?we meau full aatlalactii
bargain dealera here to atay and propoae to hold
A Surprise-Lac
Lad lea* 9135 Fine 8erge Congress 8hoe?-...8 40
Ladlea' 91 60 Shoes. n barpaln 87
Ladiea' tl 7b Kid Button oboes, a leader... 07
Ladlea' 92 25 Flue Kid Buttou Nboea 1 ?0
These apot cash thunderbolts thrown upon (
wonderful aucccaa.and the public, looking for fu
gains, and business hums at a rate that big prof]
An Pun .Ononflr
Children'^ 40c KM Button Shoot ...... 10c
Children's fiCc Kid Button Phoei sac
Children's 6'?c Kid Button Shoes illc
Children's aOc Kid Button Show 48c
Morchauts luvltod. Wo are prepared to quol
tour money at our prlcoa?or what ii better, to
BUBINKdJ. We make money by buying only ba
log ou a amall proilt at hali price and leas. Wo'
A Racket-Whal
Hand'chfcfs at 1,2,8,4 and fc up,worth double.
Mcn'a Half-Hoco at 2,8,5 and 8c; bargains.
Ladies' Hose at 4,8, Sand JOc: half prirt).
It will pay you to came ICO wiles to attend t!
or yon may not got iu. Theie bargains will go
bring It along and wo will give you a present lot
EL B. F
COKNKR MAIN AND TENTH 8TRBBK8,
Hlorni nt MeiibeuTiIlD, o., llflllulre, O
nncl 1108 Mwrkat Strw*t, Wlmeltng, \V.
h. impoii
SOMETHl
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For Sale by H
18 and 20 ElWe
are now offering an Tmi
Goods at our Popular Prices. 1
Gowns Opcuing Dally.
H. EMSHEIMER.
OIL WELL SDPP
91 and 92 Water ?
MANUFACTUE
KVERY ARTICLE, TOOL 0
ftTJTTTCTZT
A XJLX. JL UL/Xl A.
Cither for Gas, Oil, Water o:
BOILERS, C
ENGINES, Fl
DERRICKS, PI
TUBING. C<
BRASS AND IRON GOODS
For Steam, Gas, Potroleu
CATALOGUES
AND Ift
PRICE LISTS jagggj lj
ON APPLIOATION
JOSKPH GKAYUS-WALL 1\
mi JOSEPH
26 TWELF1
WALL PAPER 8-LARGE8T 8TO
BTATK. BOLD CHE
BLANK BOOK 8-DAY BOOKS, .
VOICE ACd TRIAL BALANCE BOOKS,
WRITING PAPER, ENVELOP!
STATIONERY OF E1
Sold Itetail at W
II (VMM & CO.?Fl
HAMM
RnrnitiiPfi DaaIm
i. U1 JUJLVUJL U 1/ UUiUi u
DOT THIS DOW
That our eaUbliHhment la a model one Id ere
That in our attractive aanrtment, prompt aer
Aid ntlafactorlly urred.
That while wo cannot el to yon *nmpthlnn toi
rr?ry time. WK INVITB YOtfB PEIUONAL IN
"Undertaking In Its several forr
TELEPHONE CALLfl ANd
HAMM & CO.. l'HOTOOKAl'JI
Y.
1HOE fi/\LE.~E. B. POTTS.
OTT8'
and Shoe Sale I o
KLXENDOL'S SACRIFICES!
HOES il Dow going on it MAIN AND TENTH r
are of several leading bouw^ in the trade baa
ndi of dollar*' worib of FI*K CLOTHING AND
ratio money for hungry creditors Tho market
re there and got our share, and now propoie to
on, and as wo expect a heavy travel through our
It. These good* muit be sold at onoe, so don't
dr warning, and If you tain this GKKAT CY- ft
t&an one third aud one half price, the fanlt will
i bottom figure i nover before mentloued by any
iter whether cob or credit, whether buying to
may before the bole falls-It matters not?we
PINAL. DK0I8IVK and CRUSHING. In lU unap- -t
DRIB that WILL NOT AND CANNOT LIE.
ten's Pins Suits.
Men'a ft and III Suits 88
Men'* 111 and |U M Hulta at.. ? 00
Hen'sIi2 and S14 nulla at - 1 off "
Men's 116and 110Sulta at.0 85 c
ibleourprlcos lu this city, you will muub oblige G
refund your money. This Is aa plain and fur ,
?j- ;
Man's Pants. L
I Men'a S3 50 and fl Pant* at }
Meu'a 94 60 and 91 7S ftntaat.......... - 1 ?S
I Men'* 96 ami 95 60 Panu at. ......... * *
ebjr guarantee to refund you the monejr for any
wo of Lbe word, and worth double the amount of ?
ill.
Suits and Pants.
iBoyi* II60 Suits, a leader, at~ ..
Poji' 31 75 and 12 Dreaa Suits at .... J JJJ
Boji' *160 Fine Dran 8n\u at
Boya' 98 and 93 69 fine Drew Hull* at I B5 (
dr. These aledge htrainer bargain! from the
iur atore into a bornet'a neat that will be a tight
?Men's Shoes.
I Men'a 92 CoBgreaa Dress Bhoea, London '
| tlpt .. ....... -....SI Sfl
| Men's 9160 Fine Dreaa Shoea 1 40
I Sleu'a fJ Dreaa bhooa, beat for the nrico... 1 08
oa In every luitanco or monoy refunded, w e are
i your trade.
lies' Fine Shoes.
Lad'ea' 92 60 Fine Kid Button Shoes 91 37 i
Ladles' 9260 Flno Kid Adelia Shoea \ *5 "
Ladlea' {3 Very Flue Kid Button Shoea 1 H7 |
?ur counteri from day to day are tho cauao of our
II value for every dollar, la catchlug on to our barila
are out of tho queation.
-Chlldron's Shoe*.
Children's 91 Kid Button Shoes ?*< '
Children's ?l a) Button School bhoea ? 7Hc
Mtaae*' 9137 Button Bhoca ?
lo prlcea yon nevor hoard before. You can double
u ran sell at a fair profit and DOUBLE YOnR
rgatns from Auction and BherlfTa Saloi and sounin't
afford to rob our customers.
t We Give Away.
I Suspenders at 6, 9.12and 15cup; leaders.
Men'a Bhirts at lt?. 25 and 8-Jc up: big sellers. <
Meu's and Hoys' Haw at half price and 1cm- '
ilia great Sale. KvcrjrthlHR muatgo. Come early :
fauer than be can get them. (Jut this out aud
your trouble.
?OTTS,
BrlilRS Corner, Wheeling, W. Vn. Branch
, Martin'* Ferry, O, rarkersburg, W. Vn., .
Vn. felH
LTANT TO DUKSSMAKEK3.
NG NEW!
?[LiiiTOGT g
9 NOV 11 * I BOO ^*3
laUX) aUacfuD' pp?
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17 IK OUVW\mttVl*-?*u j *1
COLORS IN 12 LINK ONLY ^SM
ra*v /*w\ w
IN#-# "
[. Emsheimer,
eventh Street.
iiense Stock of Novelties in Dress
Now Blazers, Peasants' and Tea .
18 and 20 Eleyenlh Street.
LY CO., LIMITED.
>t., Pittsburgh, Pa.
i
E AND BKLL i
B APPLIANCE NEEDED AT J
K WELLS, ;
r Mineral Teats.
ASING, H 5
ITTINGS, /i|
LJMPS' ffl
DRDAGE. I?
"AND SUPPLIES /i 1 ;
m or Water< j ?3| : jpl
\ PIOUS, BLANK BOOKS, I3TC.
Mavesl im1
CH STREET.
L
CK AND GREATE8T VARIETY IK THE
APER THAN EVER I
JOURNALS, LEDGER*, CASH BOOKS, IN- '
MEMORANDUM ?nd PA83 IJOOK8, Ac. J
a, INKS, PENS and PENCILS !
~ e
i/ERY DESCRIPTION iliolcsale
Prices! Il7
======== (
imxiTUiiB, irrc. ?
"&"CO~
and Undertakers,;
N_FOR A FACT: f
rloe toTlAlr treatment, oar caitomen in amplj fV
^nMhjng^re claim toglte a rood, bonaat deal j?
n? a special feature, ?
WKKE1) DAY OR NIGHT.
1065 Main Street.
1>IUJ<.GISTS. P
THE ?
HcLDRE HOUSE PHARMACY.
A Model Prescription Store. (
P. W. SEYMOUR, Proprietor.
amusements.
""opera house. 1
, ?o
IB MIGHT, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19
Tbe World Knowi Sot Tbolr ft] del." P?
rHE GORMNS! ?
JOHN. JAMBS, GEORGB. ?
Aided by an Able and - . *'
IAMM0TH COMPANY OF COMEDIANS, ?
Under tho MannRemen t of Wm. Evenole, **
in ataoiutely New, Refined and
Jlagulfioem Exposition of c
\/T T MCTR FT T Q V I
L*J i. i1) U A 1\ A * A
Programme Befreshing In lti Originality! 1
heSouon'tilit! Tho Laughing Socccfs! Jas,
lorman's Latest and Beit Burlesque. "TUB $
IAUBOLIKRH," introducing the Comedians, d
obn and Ueorge Uormau, and the Entire ^
iompany. J
Ah Elaborate street Farado at Noon. ai
Prices?Koserved stats f 1. Admission 75 and 1*
Ocents. Pcati on tale at C. A. House's Music g
tore. Tnesday morning. February 17. fa!3 Srand
Opera House. J
h
Tlirco Nights and Wednesday Matinee, u
30MMESCXSG OX MONDAY EVENISe, y
reiiEiimv 10. "
Seber & Field's Own Company. _
The Largest and Finest Vaudevtllo Com*
pany on Eartb. u) of tbe Highest
Salaried Artists In tho Profession.
PBiccs-Orchestra Chairs, SOo; Dress Circle ,
md Usllery. 28c. Meat* on sale at Weir's. fe!4
Grand Opera House.
O.C.GE.irnu, . Manaoib. 1
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
niURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19 <
THE GREAT DRAMA I *
DEVIL'S MINE I
Nxw Bceswt ! Gbkat Com pany or Dba?
MATIC AHD tl'KCIALTY STAIfl!
Paicxs-Orcbcitra Chain, 60c; Drew Circle and
lallery, 25c; Children, 16c. Beats on aale at
iVelfa fe!7 ;
J. 8. IlllODKS & CO. J
"special *
LIU Sale!;
K
J. S. RHODES & CO. j
BARGAINS IN 1
c
Bleached and CreamTable Linens'
AND NAPKINS.
68-Inch Bleached Damask at 78 Cents,
Good Yalno at $1 00. |
\
Extra Good Values In Bamsly's Damask, \
At $1 75-72 Inches Wide.
WE IIA.VE ADDED NEW DESIGNS TO OUR
CELEBRATED =
Bleached Pattern Cloths j
At (lie Kute of $100 per Turd.
NAPKIN8 TO MATCH.
8ro Our Ixtra (Jualtlj Jfaptlna at }
$1 50 ]>tr doy.cn, worth %i 00. I
Odds and Ends Luce Curtains Cheap. 1
Slnglo Curtains to one and one-hall pairs.
J.S.RHODES&CO.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. J
VALENTINES! i
We call attention to the tact
that Saturday is St Valentine's o
Day, and also that we hare just *
received, a little late, a Bright, T
Fresh Stock at Popular Prices. *
JTANTON & DAYENPORT,
n
felt 1801 MARKET BTRKBT. n
yALENTINE8. "
FINE AMD COMIC AT WH0LE8ALE
AND RETAIL.
Mull orders promptlr filled. Nowipaper*,
toolu and Stationery. TheMtUbnrgh DUpatch _
ftc per week, 2Lc Including Sunday. Delivered 1
nywhero. C. H. QDIMBY. J
KDL'C/YTIONAIj. ?
It. De CHAMTALI
NEAR WHEELING, W, VA. *
T
'ull English, Mathematical and N
Classical Course;
IUSICAL DEPARTMENT r
?ESPECIALLY NOTED.? '
10
Pi
OOATIOM URICBPA8UD FOB B1XCTT AND HSA1/TH Q|
N
L
Weekly boardcni or day icholan received from N<
PheeUng or the vicinity. A BUter *111 moot daj
choUrs at the 8 a. m. motor and return wltn N
bom at 8 p. m. N
For furtnor particular! apply to N
M28 THE DIRKCTRBW. N
, i , 1 n N
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. ij
WHEELING |
10NSERYAT0RY OP MUSIC,s
No. 45 Fiptkimth Btbkt, N
N
[?NRY J. ARBKNZ DMICTOB. N
?
FALL TERM BEGINS
-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.- ?
FACULTY i N(
UNO, *)
ROAN, V . n. J. ARinewr.
hkoby. i
oca la dbamaticart, 1 .?? iddvv. ^
[oduut LahoVaobi f MuCASIN-ABBENZ
,ou*? I - ?????
laronkt, j ? 8PKIL.
AW. MIB8 ANNIE LONG. ?=
S2"i* - HERMAN GRIMM.
?**? JULID8 H006B.
borough, lyitematle initraeUon In all branchee 7*
SSSSSSS' G
RIYATE AMD CLASS IISTRDCTIOI.
HENRY J. ARREXZ, Director, ,
No. 4ft Fifteenth atreet, Wheeling* W. Va. Itu
RATK8 MODERATE ao27
"CATALOGUES, LISTS, CIRCULARS pn
J and Printing of all kind executed at the
WTKCUOENCKR JOB OFFICER
No. 95 and 27 Fooneenth Street. ]<
WANTED.
na, 60c; courae. IIP. F*rtlcoUr?, johv
I1KLD8. loaeecontl avo . Pittsburgh. w"J*
^ANTED-A MAN TO TAKKav
r T offlcc and reprctent a ntnul?ctn?. ifi.
rweek; nMil ?plt*l AddrwTJS
imp, Mauulttcturvr, Ikix .U.Wetl ActloJ UuC
yiiwu
iTANTEDl
.Id* the clrthea wittait pir/&lk'i
itent recently .tMucd: *ol.| only by 2^^'
torn the MclUMve nsht i? ifircn: on ncos? ri ,0
nt< *e Will fend <i wmple line ly nui^ iL ?
buna: prtc? lUt and term* to aernu- earfitory
at once. AdJr..? Thi? PlnlwTr'iI.r?
tmm Cm,, 17 Hennon Street, Worcester! Ma* *
nOTft-WA*
1
STOCK HOLD 1:US' RJ JOLTINGS.
iTATmO
^ U11UB.
Notice Ii hereby glv?n that there will h*.
moral macting of the atockhohkn o! Q.
Urn'a Run Oil and Gat Company at tbeoBceI
r. A. P. Gaamlre. No. 1313 Market mm*
'heeling. Ohio county, State of Weat Vlreinu'
a February the '/7th, A. I). 18)1, aia o'clock n
l.. to elocta Board of Director*, make Br-ii*i
ad transact any other buunoa uhleh miru
lev ting.
torcy. Jamci Kerr, c.'haa. HelilDK. fen ?
^OTICE. ~ '
There will be a general meeting o! the itort.
oldera of tbe Glenwood Oil and Gai Conum
^dayofPobru^A-l^ia^o^
JAMKS W. 8T0USY,
AUGUST BREIDKSSTEJK
CHARLES HELLING, '
WILLIAM BUKKLE,
fell?w <'orporaton.
FOIt 8ALK.
FINK, SECOND-HAND ~~
Knabs Square Piano
'OB BALE CHEAP AT
F. W. BAUMER A C0.'8
det 1810 Market Street.
gTOOKS FOB BALE.
IB abarca Peabody Iniuranco Co.
60 abarca Kenwood iron Worki,
40 ahaies Bcllalro Nail Worki.
16 abarca Junction Iron Company.
16 abarca Wheeling Jce A Storago Co.
R. M IKWIV
fc2 Broker. No. U Twelfth Btwit
P?OR SALE.
-OS EASY TKRMS.l
lot on Eoff street between Eleventh and
'wclfth street*, ou which are ?omo online?
lulldlnga, renting far per month.
JAMES L. IIAWLEY,
JaS 1430 Mala atregL
POR SALE.
LA ROE LOT, corncr Market and Twettr.
ourth atiecU; dcalrable formauulacturlnuiu.
SEVEN ACRES near EltnUrovc; dcaltabie for
ardcnlng.
W. V. IIOOK A BRO.
dec net) Market bum.
^MALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty-four acrcc, rich Mil. no]
mproveraonta. fluo orchard of choice fruit,
ood dwelling bouto aud cood barn. Mltuattd
loaotoht. cXalravlllc, Belmont couuty.Qkb,
;beap and caay terma.
R. T. HOWELL,
Iniurancc and Real K?tato A wot.
do4 Bridgeport, Ohlck
piFTY YEAR fcSlX PER CENT
COLD BOND8 FOR SALE!
A. limited number o! WheelingBrldse & T?.
oinal Hallway Company six ttr rent lint sortage
fifty year Gold Honda are hereby oOerrl
or tale These bond* are secured bjr a died ot
rust on the Bridge Terminal track* and otbn
iroperty ol this company, aud are beliend to
>e a good, aafo and pennauent Investment. Inereat
payable hall yearly. Apply to
GEO. W. ECKUAItT, JH,
C'aahler Poople'i Bank, or
THOMAS 0'IJKIEX,
ocM Rft?l Kstate ami HUvk Brnkw.
IUSAL KSl'ATi:.
Real Estate For Sale]
ota on South Mm atreet. COxlOO feet, fl.ON,
x)t> ou South Pcnn street, 30x1(0 feet, f.to.
-on on South Huron street, Wiiaj'eet. IOT.
jotaou North Wabash street. 25* 110feet. WOO.
iot on Sorth Front atreet, COxl it feet. 11,750.
.ot on Fourteenth atreet, 30x120, 12.500.
x>t on North Huron rtrect, 4 room house, tl.TOO.
xtta on Fifteenth street, east end, 830 per front
foot.
Joa. 8017 and 3010McColloch atreet, frame, 11,500.
Jaldwell Mansion property, lOOxlCO feet, ilone
house, 13,500.
Co. SG08 Wood atreet, 5 rooms, brick, I2.0W.
Janufacturing site, 150x300 feet, ou Weliel
street, aouth of Hobbs (Jlaas house,
lanufacturlng alto jnat south ol Marshall coontyllne,
Fony-oighth street.
to. 8110 McColloch streot, lot 100x100 feet, N.OOO.
Jos. 2117 and ?1W Mam struct, 44x120 (wt, B.OOO.
fo. 74 "evr Jersoy street, R rooms, frsue N.?u.
fo AH Thirty-Unit street, brick dwelling, U^OO.
Jo 1210 Byron street, brick, 0 rooius, tAbW.
R IN E H A RT & T AT U M,
To Let.
Storeroom 1CM Market street.
Beren roomed bouae, with modern lmprowicnta,
61 South York street.
Fire roomed brick, flnVclua property, 19
forth Huron street.
Seven roomed house, with all modern coaeniencca
165 North Front street.
Eight roomed bouse, with all modern cobenleneea.
100 Virginia street.
Seven Boom Dwelling, ?J Maryland street.
rJth all modern couvenleiicc*.
Four Roomed House2632 Market strett.
Dairy Farm within one mile oi tills city.
FOR SALE.
Building site at Pleasant Valley, on National
Md. Flue location for resilience.
Building lots on Mcculloch street, three
luares north of Central Ulass Works.
>w. Good plaoo to live. ? ,
Your laat chanco fer a lot on Booth Front
xeet. river aide.
Building lota la alllparta o( the city.
G. O. SMITH,
felO 1229 Market stmt
For Rent.
A MOXTM
o. 2615 Cbapline street....... -".J?
o. 2746 Kotf atrcet .. ? ? ?
o. 2620 Main atroct - -"2
o. 2102 Main atreet, storo room ?- ??
o. 62 Thirteenth street, 4 rooms ?11 ?
o. 1048 Market street, 4 room*. ~~r16 w
o. 1403 Warren street, now four roomed
houaeMMMM.M ""irealdence
on National road, the Iste Ur?
ter residence ?wo
rooms, rear No. 11/6 Koff street....?o.
8t Twenty-sixth street *w
ow residence, 6 rooms and attic, hot ana
cold water, both gases, South Horns
street.....?........ - lw
FOR SALE.
No. 21 Alley B, corner Alley Band AW*rico,
#050.
No*. 2UIV and 2021 Main street.
18 Acrea of Land 1 mile east of Hlm O?rfc
ronta at>out 800 feet on National rosi.*?"
ur-roome<l framo house and 200 Fruit tim*.
162'Acres Anthracite Coal Land in the county
Berkeley, W. Va? 120 per acre.
o. 2407 Cbapline atreet ? - r?
at 70 by ISO feet, Elm (Jrove ?; ;
o. 837 Main street. Business Ijoumj sad
dwelling, sixteen rooms ,
na M rS. A llnv 1(1 l''*T
o?. 2WM and *2900 Cbapllne utrcot JH
o. 1006 McColloch atreet ?
o. 8028 MdJolloch direct -?
o. 1021 and 1923 Main street o.
2110 and 2112 Main street ..
o. 2U04 and 20C0 Main atreet ?
o. 2HM Market atreet. - r
o. 1028 McColloch atreot - JS
o. 96 Ohio atreet .. ^
o. 1W Booth 1'enn atreet :
u. 00 North Front atreet-Rrouuil w ?'/
about 400 feet- - ? J'
0.2224 uhapllno atreet
o. 1084 Cbapllne atreet ? Vm
o. 2X14 Kofi* street...... ?f(^j
o. M and 86 Twentr-alxtb atreet ? V<a
it. 1126 Eoff atreet frt
?. 8112 Cbapllne atreet ?(vp
a. W8i Woods atreet...*. ; nj
j. 3933 Woods atreet
>t* in James Carney's heirs' addition #
).2C0b Main atreet.^. ''
fames A. Henry,
Rttl Katato Agont. D. B. CUim Alton*
fo9 1612 Mnruat Stregj'
CORNICE AND Tl.V IlQOKlN^
alianized IronCornice
AND
Tin Roofing.
Ipeclal attention ? Iron to all
>n and Tin Work on buildings.
fl fai.t rooflnq. . ... r ib
fell and set prloea before contrartln*. ?' t
9 pared loglfeBABOAlNfllntbatllDeo!*!"
B. P. CALDWELL,

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