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VVHEKL1NU, FKBftUAltV HI, 1891
Lu.iitkalim ia the name of iheQaeec
of Hawaii. Her naoe, it is said, extend?
clear acropa the island.
Tub rubber buot merchant is doioR i
lively business these days. It ia an i!
wind that blows nobody good.
A law rt quiring the use of safetj
lamps in mines is ono of the best moth
odsof avoiding such disasters aa Ihosi
have occurred in Peunstlvania recently
Tina from the Birmingham Agc llerah
contains a grain of common sensivtfhict
tho Hon (irover Cleveland way wel
take to himself:
There arc strong men In the Democratic im*i
ty who are Dcrooo'H n all along the Hue. \vh;
aiiouul iho parly ho forced to ae>eet for a leailo
* man who u with It on nu obo Umic'.'
W. R. Mouuison ib upolien of in plact
of Mr. Cleveland by tho free coinage
Democrats, and they consitnte tho bull
of tho party. Give us Morrison, by al
menus. It would undoubtedly result ii
tho bodzon'nl reduction of the Demc
era tic majority in every Democrai
Stato.
Tub Intklmokkcku was somewlic
inconvenienced uy tne mgn waier, du
is enabled to come up smiling this mom
iag thrpAjyh tho conrtesy of the JicjhUr
whose press was kindly placed at it
disposal. Those wbo have teen similar
ly situated cau understand the Intki.li
GENCKii's appreciation of this neighbor!;
kindness at such a time.
One of the greatest sufferers at "tlx
han'ls" of tho relentless flood is tin
West Virginia State Fair A*sociation
That part of the Island containing th
grounds Is this morning a smooth ox
pinna of water, hut tho enterprise o
th ? issociation insures that everything
will be put in proper shape during th'
summer, nod nothing will prevent th<
Fair next fall f'oni being better thai
eve r.
This eimil boy who puffs cigarettes 01
tie street should bear in mind that thi
J^gisUluro b.'is passed a law making it i
misdemeanor to sell cirgarettes to a per
non under sixteen years of age, and tha
he is li/tb!i? to b?j snmrnoned bi-foru th
gran 1 jury an 1 made to tell where In
purchased the little smoker. Tobacc
dealers who bjII cigarettes should als'
govern themselves accordingly.
tii? flood ot tani.
Wheeling has experienced anothe
great flood, hut amid all the ineonven
ieaces and suflerir.g thcrofrom there i
tana 1 IUI lUnUMniuiiN k?M >uw uwuuv
tion of property in not so great as in thi
last overflow ia 1SS4, and that the wore
apprehensions, expressed when thi
alarming reports came from above or
Tuesday, wore not realized. The situ a
tion ia bad enough, however, and thos<
who are the chief sufferers have thi
hearty sympathy of their more fortunati
fellow citizens who live on high groom
an.I out of roach of the merciless water
Tho (loud was remarkable, principal!j
because it was unlooked for, coming a
a time when there were no heavy enow
bo be melted by tho raius of the pat?
few days. Until tho reports came frou
Pittsburgh of the sudden ris?* there, nc
on* expected that the river at this point
would reauh more than the ordinary
high?water stage. This belief ws<
strengthened by the news that the Wtal
Virginia tributaries were a' their ucnal
stage and that no heavy rains had oc
curred on tho headwaters ol the Monon
gahela. But when it became knowc
that [a great volume of water wai
rushing out of the Youghioghenj
and Allegheny rivers and thai
the flood of 1884 would be rlvalec
at Pittsburgh the anxiety at Wheeling
a win* intense. The difference in the con"
ditions prevailing now and those thai
prevailed in 1884 gave room for hope
that, whatever the effects above might
be, they would not be as disastrous here
as in that year. Then there was a very
heavy snow covering the wholo of the
country between here and the headwaters,
and its rapid melting under s
atanriv min increaqfld the volume ol
water coming from every stream emptying
into the river above. Such was no!
the case this year and Wheeling w?u
happily spared the experience of 1SS-I,
and probably something a great dea!
worse.
The principal danger from a flood is
c along the river below. Parkerbhurg,
Marietta, Huntington, and all tho towns
to Cincinnati and balow must inevitably
suffer groat damage, greater than the
low districts of Wheeling.
The greatest suffering in this immediate
vicinity must be borne by the
class of citizens who can least allord it
and to the railroad comoanied. Many on
the Island and in South Wheeling
whose houses have been flooded are
people of limited means, who depend
upon daily employment for their liveli
hood. Great damage has been done to
their household goods and other prop,
erty?to what oxtent cannot be ascertained
until tho water subsides. Tub
I rtklliuuseku is sure that in such
cases where immediate relief ii
needed, if there aw any, it will be forth
coming from those who have been spar
ed tho affliction, and to those in the
Ohio Valley below us, who are still les?
fortunate, Wheeling will extend substantial
sympathy.
What Will Thojr Gain"
The Chicago Tribune pointedly ask;
the Senators and Representatives of the
Silver States what they expect to gait]
iu case their unlimited coinage monstrosity
becomes a law. If they think
thoy would be able to get a dollar foi
every eighty cents worth of silver thej
may produce they will find themselvei
mistaken.
The first effect, says our contemporary,
would be the immediateremova
from the nun try of fully $500,000,000 of
gold to i?py f->r the importation of an
equal value of silver, the eat:! silver to
be coined end stamped bo m to make it
appror to bo worth' $015,000,(XX). On
t? ?.t wo vow n* wonM shower in dpon
unall tho eurplug'of silver now heaped
, tip in G? rn;nny, France, Holland, Italy
and otH>r countries. That silver which
ha& tM ? n bought at ito bullion valuo in
the London market will come l?ere to
] i>3 exchanged for gold certiftca'.o? at tho
rato of about $1 00 or l?es for S129J, bo
Ion* aj tho unequal process lasted,
which could not he longer than it took
to absorb our stock of fzold. It would
i atop when wo begun to pay for the
bullion (silver in silver coin stamped
' wi'b a fictitious statement of value. 1>o
: foreigners would say: "Yes, you rai>y
call that a dollar among yourselvtt',
but it will only sell
' at a rntlo lesa than eighty cents
1 with us, and we had j ist as lief keep
the bullion." They would rate our ail ?"
Hn!l*i? m worth mat what it would
I fe'ch m btiilionin the London market,
cuu we should pot force find ourselves
doing tho fane thing, baiug unable to
' keep up a falae standard of valuea aa
* against the practice aud common sense
* of nil the rest of tbe civilised world.
* Tiie 13.1)00,000 ounces of the mettil now
1 held ut tuo K iot by speculators aud snch
4 small quantity ta the mine-owners iu
, tho West may have on hand ready to
move might share in the golden harvest
.. reaped by the foreigner?, but that would
J be nil. By tho time the silver States
cauio halting along with the llrst week's
production under tho new law the
3 ivholo advantage would have vanished,
f They would get for their metal pay in a |
J larger number of silver dollars thanI
now, but the power of those dollaro to
2 buy labor, land, machinery, food gup'*
plica and other things to be purchased
c with money would be proportionately
lessered.
t Arguing on thia line, the Tribune con[
eludes with the following sensible *de.
ductions:
The iiruple of the silver States would thus
, luvc done thCDiHClvcs no s<>od?not obtained an
lots of ndvanUKu they did not possem btfjrc.
9 and hivi! wrought *n incalculable amount ol
. lUmnuo to thtt nation. Thiy would have be?n
fboineaut) of draining all the j?old out of tbe
coit itry. puttlo? a proUiof a million or two into
,, tUO pOt'KClft 01 UUUiV B|'CUUlBW?i>, miu uw.|...* n
' compimUvcly few hni ecuulous debtor* to '-pay
up" by ?procew equivalent to subtracting three
or four ycun.' lawful Intcrcut from the principal.
Hit thin would 1m? accomplished only by a pro
u ocra which-inj.v bo described *9 (sweeping tho
' w loTe rou'Jtry with a rrl.uuiatle wind, whoao
B pol*oti-l : oj vapor* would reduce tho peoplo to
u urate of commercial nun-? unknown previously
to the present Keiivuttou. And nftcr 111* IIijbii
n o! tn ?lever had parsed oil'wc should bo left ou
Him basis ?;l tfo raoooraeiallJst silver usin*
; countries of ' sla and of Mexico, w th even less
, proitp :etof Mug able to cmergo from It than
? th'iy no * have Onco In possession of -all our
. gold tie countries of K-tropa would have a fur
greater rriuo'i tlitu now lor refuging to enter
l' with us on arrangements fur a bimetallic cur
reiicy. They would keep iho gold und tell tu
f thnt'havlug made our bed on silver ore wo were
,, welcome to lie on it to our bean's cm. tent, and
when tlrrd try for anoiher without any assist
nut*- f diii tliein. hike the man who hud got tho
i*??t hide of a horse trvJe. ihey would laugh a.
th?* lil'it of reversing the bureau Itccauso ?li?;
1 oilier feil jw und gruwu tired ol it.
a The N?*iMi*ii)i-Itjuii l'rlw Fight.
a Minnkaimlil, Minn., Feb. 18 ?At the
* concltiBiou of the Neodham-Ryan light
1 lust night, Needlintu fainted away aud
15 it look the united efforts of three phye
eichut over an hour to bring hiin to. At
norm he van rating quietly unds-r the
f irliuenca of uarcjtics, bntio still very
ill. Tuero are numerous contusions
abont hit? body. Ryan hue scarcely a
scratch or a bruta*, and tho Chicago delegation
ia greatly pleased at his action,
r ? *
Arwulfd for KmbruUmrut.
Boston, Feb. 13.?James B. Kinsley is
under urrcat, charged with eiubmle4
ment of $&1,COO from the Boston bank*
' ing house. The arreat it is paid waa
made a! tho instigation of several banhe.
f The prisoner is a wool commission meri
chant. In th* municipal court lie was
. hold in $130,000 bonds for bearing
March IJ.
3 Four FhUiIhIm at? Fir*.
, Nkw York*, Feb. 18.?This morning
{ while Jacob Bunch was boiling fat in
his bakery, the kettle took fire, anil the
, lowerfltorica of the house were guttad.
. Eurich was burned to death, and Mrs
1 John Hour} aud two children, nsletp on
? the third floor, were soflccaleil to death.
Paring Kublwry.
Kansas City, Mo., Fab. IS.?Three
. maeked men entered H. B. Uttei's store
. at ten o'clock last night, drew revolvers
?ud drove three.customers iuto a corner
and made Mr. Utter open the safe and
' hand over $75.
For U?ibau?lilng Um Wlfi?,
Dallas, Texas, Feb. 18.?Edwin T.
( Voting, of 8f. Louis, killed by W. T.
Cash, of McKinney, Ky., last night,
, Cash charged McKinney with debauching
his wife and placing the pistol to
: his victim's head fired two shots.
[ ?
f Ktllod nt a Dance.
Cowqill, Mo., Feb. 18.?At a dance
here last night Johu Kincaid (juarc
relied with James Gates and cut his
i throat, killing him instantly. Kincaid
; made Lis escape aud is still at large.
Fnrnelt'ii Sajr Ho.
London, Feb. IS.?Mr. Parnell informs
his associates that ho has not ar.
ranged any further meeting of his sunporters
before his campaign in Ireland.
llttware of Olntm^nte for Catarrh that Cootain
Mercury,
; R8 mercury will surely destroy the sense
, of smell and completely derange the
whole syBtem when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
I should never be need except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good yon can ponsibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, mannfactured by
1 F. J. Cheney ?& Co., Toledo, 0, contains
no mercury,and it taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the svstem. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cnre be sure you get the genuine.
It in taken internally, and made
' in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney ?fc Co
a?rSold by druggists, price 75c per
bottle.
H?ek il?adacho.
i Loose'a Red Clover Fills cnre Sick
Headache, Dvspepeia, Indigestion, ConntipaHon.
25c pur box, 5 boxes for$l.
For salo by Logan Drug Company, daw
Sackcloth, becomingly made up, and
without the ashes, looks well in lent?
Picayune,
Chnium of Cllmntw
I Kill more people than In generally kno?n.
Particularly li thfa tho cine In inatanooa where
tlie cotmliutlou i? delicate, and among our
IrauiKrant popu'ailoi WrklnK new botnet io
tho*e poitlma of the West, and where malarial
and typhoid fever* prevail at c?rt*in teaaona of
the yrar. The *?eat preparative for a chauRo of
"Ho *t?, or of diet and w?ter which that change
neeeirftatea, I* 11 wttt*:'* -toujach Bitter*,
wh en n?. oiiir ftrtlfle< the rtarem against
maNrla. a varlvwe temperature, datntt. aud the
debilitating t-lfrc'* oftioplcat heal, htu l? ai?o
tt.e >ea ling remedy for roufctloation, d)?pepata,
? liver oo'niualtit. b"tMly trouble* ?p?f UUy apt to
, attack emigmnta and vl?lt?ra t reslnn* re*r
the equator, ui*rlu?r? ana tourUia. Whether
i uaed ? a upfiard by aea voyager*. traveler* by
and. miner#. or ?>f wrlculturalUta in tiotvty
populated tflatrleta, tbla UneapvulSo baa elicited
. the mo*t favoruMe teMlmout.
r BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
' Cures Dyspepsia, In'
digestion & Debility.
i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Good Mbrssii
Yoii .
Lightning Cough Prepare
8oractli':i2 new in tin* v.; j '1
prompt ill tlielr action, ui:d ..re u m;
Bottle.
Lightning Vegetable Liu.-;
area sure cure for Sick IJcad::r|.c, I'ilii
Liver. '& OKVT8 A liOX. BUL'UrC'CilUll
Lightning Hat Drops
A panacea for ntcrn.nl and Internal
Sore Throat, tiprnlnn, Itrutoe*, l.fjii.cm s
tioiiR. A sure cure for Diurrlwa, Sunn
ijottlk.
Keep them la the Komc, tLcy
If you fwl no relief after tislnft two-tliixlH Hi
Vie remaining ono-third to tlio dealer fremiti
paid for the entire bottle.
For sail Dy an vruggws ana us
HERB MEDICINE CO.,
a ttomimmi, uaui. j
He ITu Juat the Hmnruu and CaUet L t
tie Thing In ExIaUooe,
1'ouiA'a Covi/ianUin.
One of the many thousands of wonder*
fnl babies was lately brought out for the
Inspection of a friend of the family.
"Really, Mr. Saacook," said tha nntbor,
"I suppose it'e perfectly natural for every
mother to think that her bsby is the
smartest ona in the vorld, but our baby
j ant prove? it."
"Indeed 1 What does he do?"
"Everything, Mr. Seacook ? everything."
"Does he walk?"
"Why, he's too young for that. The
Idea o! a baby not yet a year old walking!
But juat letme hold him up inmy
arms and see how perfectly fie executes
the Highland fling."
The baby kicks out hie legj Mr. Saacook
expresses wonder and admiration
andaiks:
"Oaa he say'mammal'"
"Oh, no; bntyouonght to hear him
imitate a locomotivo!"
"Dear me! Uow does he do it?
"He puds out hia little cheeks and
says: "Oolool"'
"Well, now, that is surprising. What
other remarkable things can the baby
do?"
"Oh, Mr. Seacook, yon shonld see him
when \ take him up in my arms, so!
He looks up in my face just an sweetly
and breathes I"
The gentleman agreed that at last the
most wonderful baby in the world had
been fonnd,
Every home rlioulii be supplied with
a bottle irf Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup, tbe
preiu miniij iriumy.
j *- ' . i>i.n 1114 Ajf tuma ami
Z 2 At dr'j;T?-n. lr:?og*?cl8.
(Price only 25 certs. Sold by all drugghti.)
Rolitms quickly Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Swellings, Bruises,Lumbago,
Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts,
Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache, & c.
ftUpU/LANOE'S PLUGS, The Qrer.t Tobacco An*
UnCI* tldnlif?Pr/r* 10CI.1. /t nildruggltU.
TOMS
Is the Best Household Remedy Extant
It is a positive cure for
PILES
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
And All Skin Diseases,
An Invaluable remedy for Wound.-*, Burns, Swell*
liitfs, SoreH, Croup, flronchitls, cto.
NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT,
Sold lij- all drunrUtfl at fiO cent* per box. Senu
I two-ct.nt Htnmpa for froo sample box and Iwok.
TAR-OID COMPANY.
cnicAtio. in,.
Intelligent Readers will notice thkt
futTs Pills
are not "tiHirranlwI to eure" mil cIimm
or dlnea?e?i, but only ouch aa rcauU
from ?disordered liver* via:
Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Costiveness, Bilious
Colic, Flatulence, etc.
For thece they are not warranted <n*
fallible, but aru aa noarl y no an It I wpos*
alkie to mako n remedy. Price, 25 c ta.
SOU) EVJittlTVIIEltE.
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^)piLE
CURE
A Runranteod Cure for Files of whatever
kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itohing, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $100 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of prioo.
We guarnntee to onre any oaao of Files.
Guaranteed and sold only by
McLAlN BROTHERS, Drnfrgfeta,
Twnlfih and Market Bta. W'heellncr. W. Va
jalOiMW
THE BREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
BEECHAM'S PILLS
For Billoas and Nerrons Disorders.
"Worth > Qalow > Box" tit bU
for 25 Cents,
Bl" all pmcewrn. . '
''LUCK IS PLUCK"
If rou have run mack analnst aotne Dl*
coaracing plmae which you don't *ant your
|awti>> dortor to know nbout. r?m?mh?r that
MBtanss
UtrtQBTttQ D18EAHK, YOV WILL FIND THAI
"PLUCK WIW8 LUCK!"
3mT THE CHI
f?L Laugh!
jjf JJSoftens tua Cut
jjp Controls tho
H y* t/\ Mother* will rnul
I ol V J?/\ arcmlc -Itcp, and
I ?XL 7jW)(SvVi V. r guarantee each
r "K if / f Coins ?? * * reyrc%t
JOHN
6Til;,\ )20S MARK
" ojf
UV?. .mi ' *
tLste Hoarse!
?r wn ih?;? luiium, are file, certain nn<i
n; ?.? t r.orp. Tkice, ssandfiOccNTH.;
r PS'fs
Mies nnd Inactivity of the
. ui.c i.11 a tiusc. Dou't wipe or make you nick.
itsr. Pur Kliomnat Ism, Neuralgia, Diphtheria,
is. lliufftfjnmirt. folic and all painful nilccucr
Complaint and Flux. as and 60 ce>ts i*ki:
will ofton Save Doctor Billa.
ie contents of a bottle of these medicines return
Lioni > on bought It and ho will refund tlie price
alcrs In Medicine. Prepared by
Weston, W. Va.
DU'DIOAL.
RAPAM'S
/ M Microta
KILLER,
Tbe Greatest BIscorary of (be igi
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMED
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT FAIL
CATARHH, CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. HA
FfiVKU, bRONOHlTlS.fcHEUMATJBM,
DY8PEPBIA, CANCER. 8CROF.
(TLA, DIABBTEB,
HEIGHT'S DISfA-K, MALARIAL FEVB
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILIS.
In short, nil forms ot Organic and Function!
(IIh'/ucs. Tbo Cures effected by this Medicii
arc In many cases
MIRACLES!
Bold only in Jugs containing One Gallon.
Price Three Dollars-, rain inrn
ueut when Health and Life can be obtained.
-"HlMORY OF THK MlCROBI KlLU? FBKE."
For isle by oil Retail Druggists. Trsde su
pliad by
LOGAN DRUG CO., Bole Agents.
0C8-DAW
Health is Wealth
Dr. E. C. Wm'a Nibvk >.nd Bbajn Th?
mknt, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Diu
ness, Convulsions, Kits. Nervous Nouralgii
Mtadaehe, Se'vous Prostration caused by tL
iiho o( alcohol or tocacco, Wakefulness, Monti
Depression, RoMcnlng of the Brain resulting 1
insanity and leading to ml-ery, decay and deatl
Pi en atu re Old Ago. Earrennetv, L^s of Powt
in either s*x, Involuntary Looses and Bpenna
or rou*a caused by o*cr exertion 01 me bran
self abu?e or over-indulgence. Fault box cor
'HltiHonu month'* treatment. II 00 a box, i
*ix Ijoxm for & 00, tent by mull piepaid on r<
cclpt of pricc.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To euro uny case. With each order received to
us foralx bo* en. accompanicd with ft 00, we wi
fend tne pnrchmer ottr written guarantee to n
lund the money if tho treatment doca not fcflet
a euro. Guarantees iwucd only by
Mc?-A|N BROTHERS. Drug' lata.
Sole a cunts Met aln's Block, corner / arket an
Twelfth ?tre*t*. Wheeling. W Va JalOrrhM
Fit EE, FREE, FREE TRIAL!
ELECTRO NERYIN1
Cures Permanently
All diseases oi the Nervous System, either Acul
or Chrome!" either sex. It Restores In
'paired or to?t Power. Checks alt forms <
Waste cr Drain; Masea strong the Weak. Fu
package, fl; -lx for 95. Trial package 12c. (wit
book), sent securely sealed on nceiT t ofprio
Addreu. DR. G. F. ADDAM, No, 8701 Cottai
nmveAw?.rhicaao.lll no24
m?NKEN!(ES?
W Liquor Habit.
mturns worn mate is but arte cute
D?HAlifES GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
Itrnn be given In coffce. tea.or In articles of foot
without the knn\vledKU?of patient if neceannry
it Ik absolutely harmless and will elTect n jierrai
tifnt and speedy cure, whether tho patient Is
tnoderatcdrlnkerorr.il alcoholic wreck. IT NKV
Kit FAILS. Itoperatea mo quietly and with sue
certainty tn;.t the patient undergoes no Incor
violence, and soon bla complete reformation I
effected. 49 page book free. To ho hod or
LOGAN DRUG CO., Main street.
au'/frTTlus Wheeling, W. Va.
EDUCATIONAL.
iTDOHAftE
NKAB WBEELINO, W. VA.
Full English, Mathematical anc
Classical Course.
MDSICAL DEPARTMENT
-K8PIOIALLY NOTKD.?
location UKHURrAWXD for bbautt amd bkalt1
Weekly boarder* or dav scholars received fron
Wheeling or the vMnlty. A filter will meet da'
4choUr* it the 8 a. m. motor and return will
there at 3 p. m.
For further particular! applr to
ncB rflE t)lRBCTRgW.
HOTELS.
CHARLES BECK,
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
Haln Street, Opp. BiTerslde Steel Works,
BWWOOD, W. VA.
choice Liquors and CIrbib. Beer freah Iron
the ki'Z. Ordcia for Bottled Beer prompt];
attended to. feVTihaa0
^J-OTIOE TO THE PUBLIC!
On and 'Per thia date VAN KRUREN'i
haiRY BKhTAOBAKT will aerre Meala a
follows: fi Meals for 91, or Meala for 94
HOTEL VAN KBURKN,
BOOK8, STATIONERY. KTC.
yALENTINES,
PINS AMD DOMIC ATWHOLEJILK
AND K&TAIL.
Mall ordera piompvl* filled. Newspaper*
Booka and Stationery The Pittsburgh UUpatd
l'c pc week, ac including Punda*. Deliver*)
"iff"*
WriUlHffi^gMK
ll_ iiamllTl- II.M.\V(?i[.LKV,M.D.
WW Allans. >)n. O.U. 11Hill- WliUttoli by
LP'S CURE WHEN TEETHINO.~
is Infant Cordis
ms. Allays the Pain, Pedueee Inflammation,
Bowels, Curing Summer Complaint, Often'
rhesa Flatulence, Wind Colic, Ac., Ac,
it very valuable. The child will be relieved, act int
wak<5 up cheerful, happy, and feeling comfortabl?
bottle,' and will refund the price of ?*?ry bottle w
int.
'RICE as CEItTfl.
G. McLAIN & SON,
PROPRIETORS,
E.T STREET, WHEELING, W.VA
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
170R 8ALE?HORSE, BUGGY AND "
I? Harnc*a App'y to Mrs. JaNK MORGAN',
cor. Serenteenth andJaoob afreets. fe 18
WaNTED-K03ITI0N IN MANUIT
FACTURJNO Concern as Bill or Ship; lof
Clerk. Addrea. "H K.." this offlee. leltf
ll/ANT*D-SITUATION BY A
T Doable Entry Book keeper; best of references
from former omploycri. Aildren, "as."
thUoffloe. M8
TENT ION!
Nobles Mystic Shrlna.
0 flog to inconvenicnces caused by tbe high
water, the mectlUK of (Mrls lemplo called
for Friday, Febriury :*0. hss been pottpoBed.
Due notloe of time sad place of meeting will be
fires.
fell) WM. H. OKA BE. Recorder.
j^onoF.
1 have this dsy bought tbe Saloon formerly
occupied bj P. J. Gavin, No. 1012 Main
street.
fe'7 B. J. M4N?WKLP
K?6rybody Says
, I
rhfoaJSntln 10
> ROSSER'S PATENT 6KATB
) THE BEST IN USB.
Win produ e twice the hest with half tbe rss
or coal nted lu other grates. It hss a movable
and adjiutab.'e bottom (simple in construction
sud cannot got out of order. It mskes no duat
ID ini! room, ivmiuif iui we umuu -- ale
of these era lea can be bad at a fair price
felS TH?'8 ROtmBR.BelUlre.Obio.
JJARGAINS ON
, CHEAP COUNTER.
Call and secure them at
JOHN PBIEDEL'S,
fell 1110 Main 8tr*ot.
pORTRAIT FRAME?,
y Cabinet Photo Frames,
FINS M0DLDISG3.
, Picture* Framed to Order fn the Latest Stylo
*? at tbo Art Store, l'?11 Market oireet.
H JeU B. L. N1COIL.
" IJIWO FARMS FOR SALE.
Tbe Halsted Homestead, containing thirty
acres, more or less, la pleasantly located on the
National Tike, near Sim lirovo. It Is suitably
aJaptcd to dairy and gardening purposes. In
fact there is embodied in this small grausre
(. everything to make it a pleasaat homo. ?111
sell a part or the whole.
Also, a Farm situated on the Wsynesburg
? road, four miiet from Kim Grove, containing
p. IW acres, more or loss, the most of which is uu
der cultivation. The roll is of excellent quality,
tbo p'ace well watered, and contains a choice
selection of fruit.
MIS* JENNIE HAlHTED,
* felPTThMW Adm'x of A. HalsteL
! Rich Silver and Fise Porcelains
WS HAVE JUST OPENED
100 HEW PIECES OF STERLING SILVER
And a F*w New Lin w or
Foyai Worcester, uounon ana cinor
Art Porcelains In New Shape*
and Decorations.
Et'lTABLK KOR WEDDING FBBSENTS.
1. C. DILLON & CO.,
? fell No. 1223 Market Bliwt.
t THE RESTAURANT
>r
t- or
r THE HOTEL WINDSOR
IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
5 The Wlndcor will be hereafter conducted on
Tt tho American and European plan*. for tbo so
corrmodktion of l?dles and private parties tbc
room* on the second floor have been specially
. fitted up with all rrodera conveniences.
a Game, Fruits and ail eatables In eeason served
?. In flnit claw style do9
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
^ W shares of Riverside Iron Works.
25?hare?of Street and Electric Railway.
!o 10 ?hare? JRtan Iron and S.eel Works,
i. 1 Wheeling Steel Works bonds, <1,000 cach.
j? 20 (hares Benwood Mad- Work*.
jj 12 shares Ioe and Storage stock.
b. 15 shares Belmont Nail Company.
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
Secretary W. T. A T. Co. and Brokor, Room 1, i
Belliv Bnlldlag, Market street. Telepono 669.
onri R O Y F Q
, PAPER AND EKYELOPES ! j
i* 1 Quint and l Pack to Box,
b FROM 10 TO 25 CENTS,
' AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ,
5 Best Bargains Ever Offered in
This Line of Goods.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORD3B8
1 FOR SAMPLE?.'
STANTON & DAVENPOBT,
felt 1801 MARKET STREET. 1
' OPERA HOUSE. ~ j
, I Performance Only, Wednesday, Feb. 261
THB QHEAT
LYCEUM THEATRE SUCCESS 1
Under the direction of Daniel Frohman, |
i Manager Lyceum Theatre, New
York, entitled j
i THE WIFE
ByBelascoand DoMille.
s ACT I?Mrs. Ives'vi.ls, Newport. July. The '
amsteur theatricils. Hie old affair. *'Tho
? Lovrr." ;
Acr II?Reception room at Senator Dexfer's,
Washington. i February. Mm. Dextor'a Ball.
Tbuqoarrel. ''The ilnsbwd "
ACT III?Librae In Rntherlord's house,WasbI
InRton. Same even.dr. The Investigation. Tie
confeislon. hi marriage tie."
(MidnightView of the Capitol)
, ACT IV?Same rcene. April. The eclipse.
* Tho mission to St. PetersMug. "Tho Wife."
Renewed Seats, t 00. Admission, 75and fitc
Sa'e of scats commence* Monday, Febrnaiy
28. ?t V A. Hon e's Mnsic Store. IH9
' THIS BRIGHT NEW 1891
Feeds tbo brightest and beat of music. The
( j.tXO.COo traders t f this ad. are all Invited to
' pronde theirselvi n with xnusln or music books
from our complete and varied stock.
. orvjcsn Fbkkly run Lion asd Information.
SOKE OF OUR REVEST BOOIS.
PONQH OK JUKI ANO. fl ff>. Choice.robed
i, collection of my Iav?rite songa. Waongi. 144
3 pun
J rOTTER'fl RE8FON3E* AND BRNTKS'CEt.
71 eta.; 16 76 do* A timely and good collection,
which will br welcomed by man* choirs. More
5 than Ui abort pieces, with a number ot Glorias,
i Chants. Ac.
PRtYEK ANO PRAI8K. CanUU. Pallard.
A go d and eaav cantata, for a Choir or Chorus.
, (0cents; Mto^rdrien.
M?M>NlCODK. Flthlan A new, most con,
Tcol?ir.t book of ?a*y and pood music;, perfectly
Z fitted for the Masonic ritual. Much needed.
. ft) rests; fOdrten.
COMIC AND MINSTREL OV^B. tl 09. 46
Itnery nonin, well calculated to make time pa?*
cheerfully.
HANNntt POLIO. Violin and Piano. Winner.
Lawo number o? popular melodies, skillfully
afinnted fcr \Iulln, with llano ate nipammrnL
?1 00
MAKDut I ? AND PIA^O DURTi. Winner.
? o-ut 75 popular atra for Mandolin and Hato.
fttO.
Any Book Mailed, pott paid, for fictail Price.
OUVFR DIT50N CO., Boston,
,l 0. H. DIT80N k CO..
8?7 Broadway, e w York City. JaSO-MtbAW
YOU CAN FIND.JSE,
mflUin PrTT*ern ii -t il??* A<l?>-tfVui* Hurvaua
BROS.
hi -a* Wllj .wjp-vi >i?r wtutnr ?!*?? nil*
CEO. H. TAYLOR?SPRING .
GEO. R. T
Main and iifiS
1 IVV lUUiu UUU i *vv
NEWS1
AN!
SUMMER
We Open Thi
Car First Shipment of Frei
Goods, Dnsarpasset
of Style ant
ALSO THIS I
Our Entire Importat
Nainsook am
EMBR0I1
ALSO CHENEILI
IN NEW D
OUR BLACf
CONTINUES '
AT Tl
MARKED DO^
GEO. I|
E. B. P<
Great Clothing s
UIHANTIC FAILURES! THE
-The imt ?a'e of FINE CLOTHING m l RHO
RTB., Bridge Corner, Wheeling W. Va. The failure
thrown upon the market thousands upon thousand
BHOH81 lint liad to be tacrlllced at any price to r?I?
glutlol and ca?h buyers having: a picnic. Wo were
quote t rim never before ineutioned In thla Motion
More, Me are going to make short, quick work of it.
watt until the beat hargfilu" arc gono. This in Mr
CLONK of FI.NR CL'.?? HI?JG and 8dOwn' lea* t-.o
be your own. Wo quote you an array of extreme tx
home AN fWHERK, tolventor insolvent, no mattei
break and rob their credltois aud steal what they m
place theie figures before you aud mean It to bo Klf
prtachable, solid and stubborn FACTS, and F10UH
A Cyclone?Mei
tfco's84 509ultag6atthissaioat - W 37 I M
Men's 8& aud 45 50 Knits at...- ? 05 11
Men's |C, 'C60 and 87 Suits at ? 3 87 M
Mon'slSnnd |8 5fl Mitts nt 4oo|M
If you can raateh these goods for lets thsn doubl
ui by returning tho same and we will cheerfully rel
u we cau mate it, and we meau exactly what we ?a;
A Whlripool-M
Men's II Good Working Pants at 481 V
Men s II50. <1 75 aud $2 Paul* at..~ 07 M
Men's $3 Pants, our Great Leader, at .. 1 181 M
Again we f ako you the otter?that is, wo herebj
goods wo sell If not fully ?atiafaatory In every senso
ihe price. This offer applies to overythi ig wa sell.
A Crash-Boys' 3u
Boya' 4Cc Pants, a great bargain, at 10o I B<
Hoys' /to Ptnts, big sellers, at SOj I Hi
Roys' G*o Paut?, extra value, at ?Bc [ B
Boys' 1140 Suits, a special drive, at.. ........ 87c | Be
Our Jarjte store fill"d with goods to overflowing.
Fed FWg, Auction and Kheriffa' Ba'cs will turn our i
to see. cut this out.
An Exploilon?IV
Men's f 1 <0 Bhoo?. at big drive, at ? 75 I Mi
Men's 81 ?<r> Congress ?bors, London lipt... 1 to | i
Men's 81 75 Lace Hlioea. Glube tlpt t I*? i Mi
Men's 12 Fine Drc?s Bhoes l 85 I Mi
Kcmem>>er cur offer-we mean full satisfaction i
bargain denleis here to stay and propose to hold yoi
A Surprise?Lndle:
Ladies'|12?> Fine 8crge Congress bhocs....? -10 Li
I adieu' 81 f?0 -ho:a. a bargain - K7 Le
Ladies' f 17ii K Id Uiitton ehoc*, a leader... 07 L*
Ladles' 9*21 Fino Kid Button <?noes... 1 aft
These tpit cash th?nde>bolti thrown upon ouri
ironderful success, and tho public, looking for full vi
tains, and business hums at a rate that big proflts a
An Eye-Opener?CI
"blidren's-tfc Kid Button 8boe? 10c f.l
Children's50c Kid Fulton Khoes ~ *5o CI
Children's fi'?c Kid Button Shoes 37o Mi
Children's iOc Khl outtou Bhoes 48c
Merchants Invited. We am prepared to <ju t j p'
rour money at our p'lcea-or what Ja bettor, too r?
BD3INEH. We raako money by buying only baiRal
[ng on a amill pre lit at half price am! Icu. Wc ran'
A Racket-What *
Uand'chlcf* nt 1,2,8,4 and re up.wortH double. 18p
Men'* HaH flme at 2.*,6 and Hs; bargaini. Mi
Ladle*' Hc'so at 4.5.8 and lOo: half price. % I Mi
Jt will pay you tocjme ?C0 ralloa to attend tlila i
:>r yon may not get in. These bargaini will go fan
bring it aloog and we will give you a ptenent for yot
3E3. B. F4
CORN KB MAIN AND IKNTH MRKKW, Mri<
ritor** at Kteubenville, O., Belliilre, O , B
nnd 110? market 8?re?t, Wheeling, W. \a.
som
gg ?c<M!s!
gg HBywtw?
patcntco no'
H (W^p?
g ? ~l/1
i~1 lw\ /W,Vt
^ '""I
L> CANKWOWB
i #* #
For Sale by H.
18 and 20 Elev
We are now offering an liume
Goods at onr Popular Prices. Nc
Gowns Opening Daily.
H. EHSHEIMER, 1
\XD SUMMER GOODS.
AYLOR. ?
Market Streets.
pring ;
)?
G
GOODS :
8
is Morning !
lcb Novelties in Dress
1 in Excellence 1
1 Fabric.
i
i
MORNING! I
i
ion ol Now Swiss,
I Cambric
DERIES, i
,R CURTAINS
r
ES1GNS.
SILK SALE |
mis WEEK
? ,
NN PRICES.
TAYLOR. !
OTTS'
md Shoe Sale!
MEKDOCS SACRIFICES!
K3 in now golnc on at MAIN AND TKNTU
i ot fcover&l toadlng housfvi In ho Inula Uv
I of dollar*' war h of FI>K CUKHfM? AND
to money for hungry creditors Tho market
tliore nm! got our share, ?nd now propose to I
, and as we expect a heanr travel through our
Tlieae gooin roust t?o sold at once, no don't
warning, and if you tni** this OB RAT CYn
one third and one half price, tho fault will
ttom figure* never beforo mentioned by any
r whether cub or credit, whether buying to 1
*y beforo the bolt fal'a-lt mtttsra not?we j
fAL DKCI8IVK una CRU-H1NO. in Jw un?pKS
that WILL NOT AND OKSSOT LIE.
n's Pine S ults.
en's 99 and HI Suits..... ~?9jf 88
en'njll and 9 1 fiuKullfl at 0 00
en's9l2aud fUMilta at - 7 MA (
on'aflSandllCHulU at t* *
eourprh-esin thlacity. you will much oblige
and your money. This i< u plain and fair
r>
en's Pants.
cn'a S3 53 and M Panti at .. 91 09 .
cn,af4 50>'U(l?t7S Piiutnat ...... 108 J
en'a96 and 95 60 Paot* at...MNM - * 0*
' Ruarauteo to rnfnnd you tho monoy for any
ol the word, and worth doublo the amount of
ilts and Pants. ,
>ya' 8160 Suit*, a leader, at - 08
)ya' 9175 and 92 Drew Sulta at 1 18
n 60 Kino Droit 8ults at -10*
tya*fnand |:l61 irte Drew Suit* at 185 i
Tho<io stodge tummor harRiina from tho
"tore into a hornet'a nest that will be a light j
ten's Shoes.
m'a St Consreai Drew fhoca, London
ipt HMMMhII 2r?
cn'h S.J50 Hne Drew gbocH........ 1 4C
nn'a 92 Dr**a ?hocs, bejt for the price... 1 0*4
n every Initanoc or money refunded. W e are
nr trace.
s' Fine Shoes. ,
id cV 92 60 Fine Kid button Shoes 91 m \
die*' tlT*\ Fiuo Kid Adelin HhofK 1 4n
idfciT ftf Very Kme Kid Bu?toa Shoe*.... 1 87 ^
eonntflra from day to day are the canaeof our
due for ?*v?ry dollar, ii cjtchlnx ou to our tarre
out of the (juration.
xiidren's Shoes.
illdren'all Kfd Itutton Show ......... 02c j
ilJdrtn'a *i 10 Mutton school rboea ...... 78o ^
IM**' 91 bT Button 8h0CS 87o ?
ieei yjn never beard before. You cm double
kU Mill at a fair proflt and OOU8LK YOUR .
ins Dora Auction and HbsrliraSalci and toll
tafKrd to tob i ii' ciutoracr*.
'e Glvo Away.
HpeoderhatC, 0.12and IMup; leaders.
mi's Shlrla at ID. 25 an1 Wo u?i: bi? Bailor.*,
un'aand Hits' Httaat ha f nrlce and lea*
;rcat Bute. Kverythla* muatRO. Oomcoarl*
lor tbn'i ba c?iu got th*m. cut tbi* cut and
ir trouble
DTTS,
iljjs <3?rn?ir, Wh*ollns, tF. Vn Itnmnh
lartln'ft Kerry, O, I'lirkemUurc. W. Vh ,
fe!8
JGNEWI
fern) ?
itlliW?IK]w 2
/II" 1090
j,o|,aAaW> alUtclui)' 3^
I) taw) Skttotv t?a
g.lfiv.-teJwiu.Cci&ovtf' S&
wg a<.fa?w8.uU#n&#ti' c/3
lKKIHIMM?8J0kMUI<?S g3g
LORS IN 22 LINE ONLY Q?
'X S i
Emsheimer,
enth Street.
nse Stock of Novelties in Dress
ir Blazi>rs, Peasants' and Tea
8 and 26 Eleventh Street.
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE. 1
!E HICHT, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19 \
"The World Know* Not Tbelr Equal." w
rHE GORMflNS!!
JOHN, JAMBS, GBORGB, J
Aided by ao Able and ''
IAMM0TH COMPANY OF COMEDIANS, ;
Under the Management of Wm. Erorsole. w
In an absolutely New, Helloed and d
MsgoMcent Exposition of Z
VII NSTRELSY!,
p
A Programme Refreshing la 111 Originality! ?
bo Peison's Hit! The Laughing 8uoce?s! Jas. 4
orman'f Latest and Beit Burlesque, "THE V
unmiDDo 11 ixtMutnninv ?ht Comedians. ~
ASflVIUAIKI, IUHUI.-..-0
ohn and Ueorge GormtD, and the Entire
ompany. j
An Elaborate Street Parade at Koon. y
Prlcea-Reiervcd ?:ata II. Admlaalon 75 and
Jcenta. Soationaale at C. A. Houae'a Mtuio
tore, Tuesday morning. Pebrmr/ 17. felS
OPERA HOUSE.
Ine Higlit Only, Monday, February 23. 'laying
to Capacity of Iheatrea Every where!
Walt for the Big Show! The Comedian, ;
\ARON H. WOODHULL, J
In the Charming New England Comedy,
UNCLE HIRAM1
Supported by a Strong Company.
Magnificent Sceneryf Superb Solo Oruhcatra '
lualcl binglng and Dancing! (
R|*edal engagement of the following well*
mown artlata:
THO?. D. VAN 03TEV, Doable Kuphonlum '
lololat, late the h't of Cloveland Minstrels.
MISS T&OJA ORIS* OLD, the Sweet Tyrolean 1
Varbler. i
FRANK B. RHODES, the Wizard. Lightning |
)rum*M?jur and Equilibrist. <
MAUD UADIdOK, the Dancing Marvel. '
l'ho Beautiful Gaiety Eklrt Danccra.
Paicra-Keiencd aeats, 91: Admlaatou. 7j and
Sain of scat* conr.mencea catnrday, Feb 21,
,tC A H?uae,aMwfcSt"re. le'8
Grand Opera House.
0. c. genijieb, manaokr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
rilUKSDAT EYKMKH, FEBRUARY 19
THE GREAT DRAMA 1
DEVIL'S MINEI
New ScirjfEBT! Great Company or Dka?
uau* urn t imscialyy Stabs!
PmcM-Orcbefctra Chair*, 60c; Drew Circle and
inllcry, 20c: Children, 10c. Keats on sale at
Velr's M7 '
Crand Opera House!
O.C. gKITHKH. - makaoir.
I'rro Nights and Paturday Matinee, commencing ]
FKlDAY JIVJiNI SO, FUBRUAKY 20. i
<
HcCarthy A Reynolds. iu their Beautiful and 1
Picturesque lrith Comedy Drams, J
The Dear Irish Boy, ;
By Dan McCarthy, Produced with Hag*
inflceut ttceuery and Mechanics Effocta
and a Strong Cast of characters. )
I'nicK-s-Orchwtra Chairs, tOc; Dresi Circlo and
lallery, 28c; Children, 15c. Heats on sale at
iVclr'n. fe!8 (
J. S. ItliODHS & CO.
SPECIAL ;
LUmSalI!
i
J. S. RHODES & CO.;
BARCAIN8 IN 1
Bleached and GreamTableLinens
AND NAPKINS.
18-Incb Bleached Damask at 73 Cents,
fiotd Value at $1 00.
Extra Good Values in Bamslj's Damask,
At $1 75-73 Inches Wide.
iVE HAVE ADDED NEW DK8IONS TO OUK
CELEBRATED
Bleached Pattern Cloths
At (he Kate of $t 00 per Yard.
NAPKINS TO HATCH.
See Our Txtru (Jnol'ty Kipklns at
$1 SO per dozen, worth fZ 00.
Odds and Ends Lace Cnrtalns Cheap. '
ilngle OiirUIn# 1o one and one-lull ptlrf.
I. S. RHODES & CO.
W. IJ. DOUGLAS SHOES.
W. L. DOUGLAS i
?fc?> CUAC and other ?r.rciul- | :
JJ.1 rn m. m w~ iM inr i.rniiriiHT.
T** )^(1leK.etP.,nr?war>
ranted, mill *o atampetl on botloni. A<1<lrt?*
W. I.. imtOliAii, llraclttoo. Man. Mlbj
HiilirV Ciiftli Nlto* Hnrt>, 1041 Mailt M
COCOA.
GRATEFUL -tJOM>ORT I NO
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKPAHr. i
"By a Jhorruiib knowledge of the natural Intra
vnicu Rovein me opt-ratKi*a ot d1g?*t?oi? and i
lutrltien, and by a careful application of th* I
Ine properties of tfelleelccted Cocoa, Mr. Fpya
tiu provided our break faat table* with a delicately
flavoured bcvor?Re which mar mvh uk
many heavy doctora' blda. It la by the Judiftoua
me of auch article* of diet that a coratimfo
n?y be gradually built up until atrong etoujh
to reaiat every tendency to rtiafa*e. tturdred*
?i mbtle mafadica are floating around ua ready
to attack wherever there ia a weak point. We
may eacape many a fatal abaft by keepinaour
elvHiwe'I fonlrf-d with mro blood and a properly
nourished frame "?"OfvU Cfrvlre. Oase/te."
Made aimrly with boilinx water or milt. i?old
inljr In half-pound tins by flr.cera libelled
thui* JAMBOPPl&cn..
Hommopathio Chmniafa, London, Knsland.
n^i.rrnaa
PHOTOGRAPHY
WANTED.
101, M)e: courao, IIP. 1'artlculan Joh*
MKHM. lOSgecond aro. Pliuburthil,^
OTANTED-AN AOTIVETHEII:
fT. BvE man-ialiry 170 to l-o matif
lib increase, to represent la hU own 3?i7,
uponnlble Mew Ycrk bou?e. ReferwaTjnV
FACIO REB. Lock Bos UxA, SewTort ***
foil* Mitb '
r ady agknts-thrkTB^t
Li LARS capital will bullil uo i bMoiX.1'
wta Wfeklr Mlllm our ?oi?|iim taTJJI;
id cDililreo wiir. our child',
in and ho? lupoorler u tbe cutu
lent er?r InrtnUd tnd aella >1 alabt. AdaS?
'lib Itaap. MBtj. G. CASmLL,
nlpti Mtwit. tlilcMu. jm-niS*'
ifeui between the agee of? and 3ft jc*rT (i^j
47 rationa. clothing and medical mietidw
pullcanth inuit bo prepared to furnUh7^7
ictory evidence nto age. character and Ul u
ppljr et 1181 Main ?trcct, WhecUot jr
L <*3m
f OIi rt IliK
CUA aAUBi
ISaharoa Peabody Inanrance Co.
?0 abarea Wheeling dt Btlmont Bridie Ca
20abates LaBellc Nail Mill. 1
fa abarea Benwood Iron Wcrka.
40 abate* Beilalre Null Worka
16 abarea Junction Iron Company.
16 abarea Wheeling Ice Jt btorajce Co.
It, ^ [btrju
fe2 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth ?tm*
POR SALE. ^
?OS EASY TKRM8.L
lot on EolT aireet between Eleventh t&t
rwelftb atreeta, on whjcb are tone ordinS
mlldinga, routing for 123 per montn.
JAMES L. HAWLEY,
Ja8 ? i<MMiln?tr?t
you SALE.
LARGE LOT. corner Market and Tteatr,
lonrtb atroeta; desirable formauufscturin*i!ii
SEVEN AChbB noar Elm U rove; dtalnblc ki
W. V. HOliE 4 BRO,
dec itfO Market^twx
gMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty four acres, rich toil, mm
mprovomoula. tine orchard of choice Ink
(ood dwollingnouae.ard Rood bam. Iltuatt
lose toot tilalrmlre, Btlmont county, Okk
.heap and taiy terms.
R. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Real Kstate A*ent,
do4 BiidKportjOhia
piFTY YEAR SIX PER OEST
COLD BONDS FOR SALE!
A Hraltod number of Wheeling Bridge k To.
nlnal Railway Company lix rtr rent fat eontage
fifty rear Gold Bouda are hereby offered
or aalo Theao bonda are recurcd by a deed of
rust on the Bridge 'Jcrralnal tmcki and oth?
property of this company, and are believed to
mj a good, cafe and permanent investment. inereat
payable half yearly. Apply to
GEO. W. ECKHAKT, JIL,
Caahicr People's Bank,or
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
11HAL ESTATE.
For Sale.
8,550 acres of land la Kauawha county, fat
Virginia, twelve miles from Charle?ton,coutiin.
log valuable timber, namely: Oak.WlldChmr,
Walnut, Poplar and Hickory, fc'cvml Tela* ol
3oal and Iron Ore. Tlio Above land ii located !
a the oil belt, between itig Sandy Creek a&d !
ilk Rlror. Abstract of title will be iRralibrdto
mrtloji dcMring to purchase. Prlcj, 110 b?
icre for a rhort tlmo onlv.
geven-roomed bouse in splendid condlUoo.
S'o. 4514 Bo IT street, H.lOi.
Four-roomed borne, iu Fifth nanl, 11,250,
Three-roomed house, First ward, ground Or
160 feet. 9900. c
Seven roomed hotlse. 204 X. York street, 11M,
Six-roomed bouie, 2ft! .V. York Mrwt, tlM
Don bio frame bouse, 3 739 aud 3741 Koff itreet,
I LOCO.
Four roomed house between Twenty-third and
rweuty?fourth streets, 9 l,tt?
Blx-r -owed bouse, east end of Twenty-third
itreet 1900.
Ten-roomed house, 742 Main street, 13.500,
Nino-roomed house, 2J51 Market street, fJ^ft
Tbrco roomed bouse on Wood utrevt, b#tw??
rweuty f iur?h and rwentv-flftb htreeu, 11,101
Twelve lot#, 50x100 feet, in Filan, Wbyteani
jallagher's Addition, 8100 to |200 each.
Twenty-four lota in Harylyun. opposite tW
ImproTcmonts of the B. & o. Company, sot
Boawood Junction, on tbe new turopUe ul
Mutty road, on easy term*.
Manufacturing alto near Cleveland & Pitt*
burgh Kailroad depot, Martin's ferry; grouni
100x115 feet.
On? lot on Moyston street, near cut end?(
rwcntv-s'venth street, 81,100.
Oue-ha'f lot on Moystou street, fVW.
Two onohalf lota on ?off street, SliU
ward. each f i,tC0.
Hi?htj-elx acres two miles east of the city,
|:o,aw.
Sixty-Are acres in Marshall county, nttrGJa
Easron, 11,800; wi.l exchange forcitr proi?trty.
Eighty acre* in Marshall ejunty, 11.500.
Twenty-live acres, four miles cast of city, containing
sandstone ijuarry. good ijimllty ol c?
ment atone, and coal with bank opened fortut,
ISJSOO.
180 acres near Shcrorl at 17?per acre.
KESBITT A DEVISE,
fe!8 1739 Market Street
Real Estate For Salt!
Lota on South B 1m street, OxlOO feet, fl.lM.
Lota on South Peuu street, SOxttO feet,MX
Lots ou South Huron ntreet, 30x120'eet-KJOLota
on North Wabush street, 25x110 feet WX
Lotou North Front street, 60x141 feet II,iM.
(iOt on Fourteenth street, 30x120, liMO.
Lot on North Hurou street, 4 room hotue. IW& ;
Lots on Flfteouth street, cast end. ISO per mat
fooL , ? _
*o?. 3017 and 8019 McColloeh street, frame.?J*
3aldwell ^Mansion property, 100x110 feet mom
noose, ?0,ovu.
No. rcou Wood street, fi room*, brick, IWtt. I
tfanafactnrii>jj >lto. 160*800 let t, on WfJt' I
fctrcet, Month of Hobba '*laea houie.
"nufactarlDK alio jo?t loutb of Mariballcou
-tyljiie. Korty-olBbiJj atreot
f0,8 '0WcC?IlocC gtrect. lot lOOxlfr feet. WM J
tot 2117 and viiv Main areeMU120feet,l?.?ui
J0, il! trcct, 6 rooms, frame lAt
J?,5? Thirty-flrit htrnjt, brick dwellln*.I
*o 1210 Byron itrcot, brick, C roomi U#0. I
RINEHART&TATUM,
W? 1314 Marltcl?wt- I
To 31,et.
B tort room KM M.rket mrrct
Htren roomed homo, with modern loprorencuu,
61 eoutb York BUeet SI
Five roomed brick, flr?tc!au? property, ?
*orth Huron itreet.
Seven roomed bou?e, with all modern conrenloncct
Iflj North r'rontatre-t.
Alftbt roomed hoiiH', nlth all modem conwfenrca.
luo VirRiuia street. , t . '?
Hov(?n Ro<>m Dwelling. 'J Maryland ?tr?t. ;
* h all modern convents' tea.
Four Roomed Hnuaa2G.12 Karictitntu gj
Wry Farm .within one mile ol Una dtj. |
FOR SALE.
Building alto atPleaaact Valley. on M**1 i
road Fine location for r. ?ir?c- w ?
Molding lots on MrCulircb nueet,
? warns north of on;ml >>lm Worn, rnct
l?'W Good filaitt >n !; v _ , *
w.nr last ebmtv i.>r m Jut on sooth Fron.
triet. xl?*cr-!d??.
building iotiiu alJ.pmsof tbi city.
C. O. MlTHi I
Mt) 12 *, MTl-Utttf-^ I
For intent, j
A MOfn
Vo. ?015 Cbaplino>trcvt - ?'jij!
So. 2741 tell ??tir11
JO. 'IrAl VtoJii ",f,i
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.vo to l hirto.'mli <trect, t lootni ? LJJ
No. linn Muriu-I ?ir II, ? rtH?in? -r.
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ht?lilcpcc oi .*Htio??l ica?l ilicUieW'
tor rcsldencc .. ?? .,
rwo room?, r nr No. II 5 h>ir i?ect...? :
So. Hi 1 \vajt<'f>:x<li ?rc?-t
Now rcilooiiiv, ii r<Hnnf> Aud ittic. to"' ?o?i
cold w?1it, b. lb k>kh <^>uU?
firecl. Tmm
FOR SALE.
, No. 24 Alley B. cwmr Alley BwtW^
I'rtcc, ftM.
Won AU'.'?r.d 1*021 MnIiikTcfI. ...
)? Aden f.f J.HtKl 1 loi'OMklOf M?.6**
from* aoout Mil fctl on NAilnnil 1row.**
four rojmcfl frame Lou** and F'u,t
Price, 11^0 ,
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James A. Henrta
. Kwl Kiuto Ageut, u. &. <iftiw kw#y SB
to 1012 Market Strt'-mK

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