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KEAI* ESTATE.
For Sale.
The two story Brick Dwelling on northeast
comer of Twenty-sixth aud UolT atreet*. Tbia
u a kikkI au?i auoatantial boose with a good
brick stable in rear, and will be aold at about
whs l tie littutoAlone would coat to build.
Frame house containing alx rooms at 606 Mar*
ktjir"' k cjntnlnlng alx rooms at 173 SixtCBuiwfn!(ToU
at Pleasant Valley, on National
road. Choice location abovo nigh water.
Building l<?t* on MrColloch street, three
siusrea north of Central Glass Worlta. From1
i&u ui> to S-'A). xplendid building sites. Never I
bolhert-.l with floods.
Kulldlug lot* on eaat end of Fourteenth and
Fifteenth ktreeta. .
Building lot* on Twenty-ninth atreet, eaat of
jleColloch atreet. #000.
Six roomed hou.*e :H19 Jacob atreet. 91,400.
?!*ht roomed dwelllug. with large yard, In
llartin'a Ferry. Vcrjr cheap.
six roomed house with hull, bath room, hot
anil cold wAtcr. at llGJ McColioch atreet, at
much leu than c-;at.
A ucw flve roomed brick house on northwest
corner of Eleventh and Koffatroeta, 11,650.
Country residence with nino and a quarter
am* <>f ground, at Kim Grove, fifteen mlnutea
walk from station House couuIbbeight rooma.
Cood cellar, cistern and aplenuid well.
Natural unK. L*tho stable. Yard oontaina
beautiful shade trees, shrubbery, etc., etc.
Large "'chard and good garden. 1 his property
front* loo feet cm the National road, will ael
m a whole or divide it Rituated on a beautiful
elevation, with natural drainage.
A tifty afro furm on Fairmont pike, nine
Bile* from this city. Hood houao, stable and
outbuilding*. Forty acres in blue grass. Lino
l(one land. nice 9J.750.
A vegetable furm ou Ohio river, no better
ground, will grow anything, containing twenty*
cnescrea. Good home. Five mlnutea'walk to
station, alx milts from Whoellng.
TO LET.
Storeroom 1C.M Market street.
Five roomed brick, flrst-claas property. 99
North Huron street. Abovo high water. Now
empty.
Kshc roomed bouse, 100 Virginia atreet, with
all modem improvements.
fv-ven roomed house M South York street.
Three roomed house, 10J Virginia atreet
Dairy Farm within one mile of tbia city.
Q. O. 8MITH.
mrT Real Eitate Agent, 1229 Market atreet
"R <=?nt.
X month
Km. 3)1? An<1 2021 Main itreet, two lug*
store rooms arid fourteen dwelling
rooms. Thin property would make an
excellent hotel; would prefer to rout It
for hotel purposes...*.. .... .. -1100 00
No 119 Virginia street 0 06
Ho. 2746 Jujtr XUel't 16 CO
No. '*>00 Market street, More room and
dwelling 21 50
No. 21? Malu street, store room ...... 16 00 1
No. ?20 Main street. a...'......... 20 00
No. Aft A1 ley 16 6 00
/to. 2605 A llejr 0-? ~..7~ ? 00
FOR SALE. I
21 ibk'cs Riversido Glass Works Stock.
No. 22 Alley B, corner Alley Band Alley 5.
price, HM.
Noi. 20lv and ?021 Main street.
U Acres of Land 1 mile east of Eltn Grove.
Front* about Kti feet on National road, frith
four-roomed fratno house aud 200 Fruit Trocs.
Wee. 11 .W0.
No. 2407 OhapUne street
Lot 70 by iso feet, Kim (lro?#....~. ^..^1 275
No. 337 Main street. Business bouse aud
dwelling, sixteen rooms......?.
nm. &l and 66 Alley 19 1,500
Nos. 2yw and 2906 Chsplinc street ? 3.200
No. IMS McCoIloch ............ 2 300
No. S02S McColloch street 1,600
No. 1921 snd 1928 Mala street ? No.
2110 and 2112 Malu street
No. M-l and :1X6 iiaiu 6twel, .
No. VtA Market street 2,600 j
ho. 1(W. McColloch street 3,W0 I
3io. 96 Ohio street .. 2,300 t
No. lhVSouth Perm street.....?.....? 2,000 *
No. CO North Krout street?ground 60 by *
about 400 feet ? ?3,500 S
No. 1034 Chapllno street ? 2,800 c
N't 2311 Koff street 2 600 ;
No. U25 Eoffstreet ? 2,800
Wo. 3*'!2 Chapline street ..... ?.... 1.400 f
No. ?93i Woods street ? l.too ?
No. 3V.? Woo<lM street.. ? 1,300
J.oi* In James Ceruey's heirs' addition ?00 \
No/JfiOti Main street 1,200 (
s
James A. Henry,:
Real Estate Agent, D. 8. Claim Attorney, ^
mrt 1612 Market Street. '
commissioners' 8alk. j
QOMJiiSSIONERS' sale. J
In the Circuit Court of Ohio County. j
Louisa Souderriann, ?
Administratrix ot William Sou- :
dermann, deceased, la Chancery. *
Henry Miller otal. i
By virtue of a deereo entered In tho Circuit c
Courv of Ohio County in tho above entltlod ,i
cause ou the 20th day of February, 1891, tho undersigned
sjfelsl commissioners will sell at
public auction, at tho north front door of tho j
Court House of Ohio County, In .the city of ;
Wheeling, W, Va., on
SATURDAY, the 18th DAY of APRIL, Wl, 1
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following (
property, that li to say: Lot numbered six in ?
square numbered twenty-eieht. In that part of
th? said city of Wheeling called South Wheeling, r
except a strip off tho south sldo of Mid lot eUht t
fee: in width on Jacob street and extendiug
hack of that uniform width tho full depth of
the lot, ltn south Hue being the south line of >
the lot- Said lot fronts on tho oast lido of Jacob ,
itrfei t>etween Fortieth aud Forty-first street,
and there ik up mi the part of said lot to bo sold {
two buildings Iroaliog upon Jacob street one
Swing a briek and the other frame. Tho said lot
will bo offered as a whole and In two parcels
and .told In whichever way tho highest price
csn be realized therefor.
TwtMf of salk:?One-third of the purchase
money, or as much more thereof as the purchaser
may fleet to pay in cash on tho day of sale,
and tlie residue iu two equal Installments payable
respectively in niuo and eighteen months from
dsy of sale, the doierred installment* to bear in*
terest aud to be evidenced by the notes of Uw
purchaser with peraonal security theroou satisiactory
to said special commissioners, and tlilo
to be retained uutii the purchase money fa paid
Ju full.
T. J. H0GU8 snd
ALFRED CALDWELL,
u?.Aniat (!nmtnlulani>M,
1, john W. Mitchell. Clork of tho Circuit
Court o.' Ohio county, W. Va., do hereby certify
Hint bone,' and security ha* bcou Riven by the
above named spcclal commissioner* u requited
by law Hitd said dcoreo, and conditioned ac:ordlux
to law.
JOHN W. MITCHELL, Clerk.
J. C. IlKttVKr, Auctioneer. mrl2_
TllUisTEK'ii HALE.
J?j\AKM FOR BALE.
About 109 itcrm, situate mainly in Brooko and
"partly iu Ohio County, Wett Virginia, near Po
Ho rwc.
We. tho UBderalirnod, offtr for calo tho farm of
the latefumncl McCarty, containing about 109
acre* of Rood productive farming land. There
are two dwelling iiou.*es, stable and other
out butidfug* ou the land. If not sold at private
ale before the .
2iat DAY OF MARCH, 1801,
wo will, on that day, offer tho property for sale
at public auction at tho north front door of tho
Court House of Ohio County, in Wheeling,W.Va.
Touts or 8AiJc:-One-third of tho purchase
money, or as much more an tho purchaser may
elect to n*y. cash on tho day of tale, and tho
balanco In two equal lustallinenta In ooo and
two year*, with Interest, the purchaser to give
his notes thtrefor to bo scoured by deed of
droit on ihe property sold.
W.M.DONLAP.
UKOKUK R. ?. U1L0HRT8T,
W5-MW at Trustees.
XTHLV ABLE PROPERTY FOR
V BALK.
I will mu at tho Court IIouso in Wellsburg,
Brooke county, West Virginia, on
8ATURUAY, TUK 28th DAY OF MARCH, 1891,
at 10 o'clock a. m., tho farm belonging to the
Covo fining Company, kuowu as the Snyder
farm,aituated at Helllday'i Cove. containing
jtwo hundred and Afty acre*. The r., C. A Ht. L.
>lt. R. runs through the farm for nearly a mile.
About seventy>flv?i acres creek bottom, balance
farming and grazing land. Two brick houses,
three veins of coal, two of Are clay, abuudanoe
of building, flog and llmostono.
TcRMs-uue-tulrd c??h, the balance in ono,
two and three year* with Interest
*? *> W.J.W CO w PKK. Trustee.
STOCK HOT,DKllti' MEETINGS.
P ITT8BURGH,WHEELING AKENTUC'KY
RAILROAD COMPANY.
Wbisumo, W. Va , March 11, l?l.
The annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho
S'lttsburnh. Wheeling A Kentucky Railroad
<2>mpany will b?? hold at tho principal offlco of
the company, In the City of Wheeling, W. Va., on
THURSDAY, MARCH28,1891,
at 1 o'clcck p. m., for the purpose of holding an
election tor directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other business
m may proper come before tho meeting.
null h. It. LffiOKTT. Assistant KecreUry.
niAKinflO A CIS V
riiuiuvi??.
j^RlSTOIYPEsi
PORCELAIN FINISir,
*
?AT
Tnrt llIfl?INS> HU.LERY.
VHIXA,til<,tS8* yllKKXHWAlti:.
J^AKGAINS ON 1
CHEAP COUNTER.
Call and aecura them at
JOHN FBIEPKL'S,
T*l< 111ft Main BtrwL
SUBSCRIBE FOB
THE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
ft OO PKR YEAR.
MEDICAL.
m
OJfB ENJOYS
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Svrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to tlie taste and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agrecablo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and bavo made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of .Fibs is for sale jn 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliablo druggist who
may not bavo it on hand will procure
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
substitute, wv*
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO,,
san franci8c0, cal.
inntsvtiiE. n. *fiv york. n.y.
Joth the effect and result when Olivs
llnssom is used. It acts gently, yet
iromptly. It is tlie greatest boon to
romankitid. Every lady can treat lierclf
and not have to undergo the torture
>f instruments from physicians. Olive
llossom positively cures all forms of
emale weakness, such as Painful Mentruatiou,
Ulceration, Larceration, Bar*
enncss, Leucorrhcea, Pruritus, Cancer,
)variau and Fibroid Tumors in their early
tages and the long list of innumer,ble
and unmentionable sufferings that
.fBict the i>atient The Olive Blossom
reatment is simple and harmless. The
irst application often gives permanent
clief. Try it, and you will exclaim,
is hundrcdp of others have: "Oh, I
eel like a different woman!" One
uonth'f treatment sent postpaid to any
>arfc of the world on receipt of $1.00;
jx months, I5.00. Olivo Blossom
9 forsale by nil leading druggists. Any
Iruggist who may not have it can order
t from the wholesale dealer. Do ttdi
recept any substitute. Beware of frauduent
imitations.
The Celebrated France Pastile Olive
3loMomf is prepared only by The
France Medical Institute Co., Colutubus,
'). Incorporated /M6, Qipital$joo%ooo.oo.
Branch Houses : New York, Chicago,
San Francisco, and London, kngland.
Sold br Lomo DniR Co., C. R. 0<*?e. JJ*
nrln, w. E. wjliurof, C. Mbnepr c.
aeller,W. C. Annbiik'ht. W. II. Willitma and
&. W. factorial; J. W. "wrmi, and RaUtoa 4
u>rtin>. BWrv: Bowie &Co., Bridgeport;
J. 'W. Wyiicki "BelUlro; Bt Clair Bitw., turnrood.
?C24-MW
WHY&UOUGH?!
Po you know that a little cough is a
daugei^jw thing? Are you awaro
that It often ftafens on the lungs and
far too ofton run# into Consumption
and ends in Death? Pcojtlo Buffering
from Asthma, Broncliitis, Pneumonia i
and*Consuinption will all tell you that
^^^TA^TED
Jcctitt Can you triflo with so sorlom
a matter? Are you awaro tliat
DR. ACKER'S
ENQLiSH REMEDY
for Cotiglw, Colds and Consumption is .
beyond miration tho greatest of all
Modern Remedies? It will stop a
Cough in one night. It will check" a
Cold in a day. It will prevent Croup,
rcliovo Asthma and euro Consumption
if token in time, " You can't atton}
to bo without it." A Mo. bottle may
save you |l00 in Doctor's bills? may
snve your fife I Ask your druggist for
it, or writa for (look to
W. H. HOOKER & CO,
AO West Broadway, Now York.
, TUa is tbg only rcmodytluu will cure Nailer1*
Coaiamptlon. For lalo br C. It. tioetae, Uiup
Drug Company ajil Jolin Cotcmaa. ot-an-Miir
RADAM'S
/ |M Microbe
KILLER.
?! r.Matwt Rlwntdfv Of tm IflJ,
A1IV UiVUkvut ..
OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
CURES WITHOUT F#IL
CATARRH, COKRUMPTION, ARTIIMA. HA1
F2JVKR, RRONCHITJ8. RHEUMATISM,
UXBPJLP8IA, CANCER, SCROFULA,
DIABETES.
BRIGHT'S DIBRA-B, U A I.A RIAL FEYKR
DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS.
In fthort, all forma oi Orjr*uIc and Kunctlona
diMMut*. The Curt* effected br IfcU Medlclni
mo la man j cmm
MIRACLES!
Sold In Jugs containing On* Gallon.
Price Three Oollars-a ?n*ii in?o?i
meut when Health and Life oan be obtained.
-"Burour OF tm* WicaoM Ku.L*a fui"Por
tale by all Retail Druggists. Trade ?np
plied br
LOO AN DRUG CO.. Sole Agent*.
oos-naw
For a Disordered Liver
Try BEEGHAM'S PILLS. .
25cts. a Box.
, Of AIX DBUOQ18IS.'
- file Intelligencer
Office i Nob. 3 A and 37 Fourteenth Street
11W M0THK?8 BOY.
Yankte Blade.
There's the noisy boy
And the quiet boy
And the boy who flunks at school;
There'* the boy who's ily
And tho boy who's fly
And the boy wno apet the mule.
But of all the boyi
Who nourish the Joys
Of the mother'* heart at home,
Js the boy who'? weak
And timid and meek?
The darling who will not roam.
'That the world fa tough
And the rugged and rough
Full well bla mother knows.
How cau the bear
To aeo him daro
Its grim, unfeeling blowa!
For what to her
Are llle'a prod and apur
That make of tho boy a man?
Though bora to rule,
Home senseless fool
Might ruin herhero'a plan.
Bo she keeps him snug
Aaabug luarug,
Where nobody ssyshJtn nay,
Till ho turna outa cad,
Or goes to tho bad.
While the mothor'a hair turn gray.
ABOUT PilOlOUKAPltf.
Photographing Colors, Making Maps of thi
Heavens and the Earth's Vibrations,
Photographers have for a long tlmi
tried to discover tome method ol repro
during by the camera the varied hoes o
objects of nature, and, notwithstanding
the opinion of many eminent scientist!
that pbotographinitin natural colors on i
photographic plate was impossible, then
havo been numerous experiments mad<
to obtain this most important result. Ill
Philadelphia Mr. F. ?. Ives has devoteil
considerable attention to the solving 01
the problem of color photography, and
has succeeded in throwing on the screen,
by means of the lantern, a picture in
colors. This result be reached bymak
ing separate negatives of the same tub
ject. using in each case a different col<>1aaa
hnturoon tha nUtfl anil fhf
object, and then, by use of a multiple
lantern, making a composite picture on
the screen, employing before each negative
the same colored glass as used in
the earners.
The English finding that some of the
colors of the postage stamps enabled the
design to be readily reproduced by photography,
have decided to chaugethe
colors on some of the stamps, especially
the one of chocolate hae, altering the
color to bright green.
The ingenious forger who desires to
reproduce postage stamps by the aid ol
photography, ana who does not object tc
an intinite amount of tronble for asmal
return, will not be deterred by thie
change, the wonderful advance in the
production of color sensitive plates rendering
the photographing of any of the
colors practically easy.
Recentlv a German chemist patented
a process for printing in colors.
In the new process the paper or textile
is impregnated with an alcoholic or
aqueous solution of aniline or similar
material mixed with a phenol alkali, after
which it is dried in the dark. When
thoroughly dried it is covered with e
photographic negative and exposed for a
few minutes to direct sunlight or to the
rays of a high candle-power electric
lamp.
An insoluble dye is formed in the
parts wherejthe light has passed through.
Tho picture only requires drying to finish
it, almost any color desired being
obtained by the process, depending on
the chemicals first used.
Graphol is the name given to a new
developer for photographic plates which
is likely to be valuable, especially to
travelers, as it requires simply to be dissolved
in water to be ready for use.
An ingenious arrangement has been
devised by an Italian scientist for photo*
graphing the tremors of the earth. A
subterranean microphone, connected
with a telephome diaphragm, produces
the waves of sound, which are reflected
on a mirror, rotating in a circle and connected
with a photographic camera.
The Harvard Observatorv has recently
completed a photograhic map ol
j a larger part of the Southern heavens.
' The International Photographic Con
gress has adopted the amyl-acetate lamp
!? a "- "H'nol ntnndavH nf liahfc for nhoto
M ' ??7?
graphic purposes.
A new magazine hand catnora has
been introduced by an English firm, ic
which the plates are taken one by one
from thoir receptacle by means of i
wheel, and after being exposed are care
fully stored away by the same meo^au'
ism. The camera contains manystrik
ing features gbd enables the operator tc
pick out and expose at fill ?ny one of i
dozen plates.
Tbe Bunlnea> Outlook for the Year Kn
cooraglng.
New York Tribum.
The merchant. o( thi. city, Boatoi
and Chicago .re generally aware tha
the volume of their trade i. large am
in many line, larger than |t has been ii
any previous year. It i. not difficult ti
pick out nn trade, th.t (all behind a
present; tbe .ilk manufacturer, (or in
Btance. But the aggregate 1. .0 l.rg
that 1( tbe decreaae necessarily remit
ing (rom the movement o( emal.er sraii
and (rait crop, be deducted, tbe remain
ing traffic must be about as heavy a. i
ever ha. been ?t this season. All ac
count, agree,, .1.0, preparation, ar
being made (or remarkably large bnsj
nets in tbe spring. The building tr.de
at tbi. season .re necessarily retarded
but the plan. 0( buildings ?nd contract
(or material point to expectation <
great activity as eonji as the winter ha
passed. The farmer, have fyeen .tin
nl.ted by high price, to increwe the!
acreage o( the principal crop. In most c
the State, and the report, thus (ar ar
highly encouraging as to the probabl
yield tbf? yet;. Disaster m.y yet com<
of courae, to the" jaeni fpfefeat. but il
outlook has rarely Tieen more promisiu
in tho middle 0( March than It ifl no?
The trnti> is th.t theorist, can find ilttl
to support their notiops It tbp'y gea^c'
for prostration In industries ortradi
It is not a year o( wild speculation or <
"booming," lor whi.b .1) ipayljetbani
(ul, but it bliMilr to be a year at boa?
trade vid enormous production.
Wool.
N?ir York, March 14.?Tha conditio
pI the wool market! hu experienced li
tie change daring the week. The di
mand lor AustraTlsp wools hu ihow
in increajse and the sales (re larger, Te
ritorfea ire moving better than an
other domestic trade. The demand I,
Ohio X and XX is weak, and jt'
thought dealers will have to gr^ntcoi
cessions to buyers in order to dispose i
their atooks. Sales bare been confine
' exclusely to the choicest lot*. In pnlle
wools the manufacturers are taking lot
staple extras and the flner grades, fiui
. plies of these grades are light, and prici
are holding very firm. Texas and Cal
j f'ornla wools are in (air request. T1
movement in carpet wools has bet
active, considering the (act that moat
the mills are well supplied. At the Ac
werp sales values are lower than wase
pected. The ressons assigned sre tl
' heavy supply and the lack ot strong cot
. petition among bnyerj.
East expectoration, increased pow
ol the longs and the enjoyment o( rsi
- are the rewards, noon taking Dr. Bnl
Cough Syrnp, to all consumptives.
Cuts, barns and >11 other wonnds, Q
be cured In a abort t)ma by the use
. Salvation Oil. the greatest core on eajr
(or pain. Price 25 cents.
Bucham's Piuj set ilka magio oi
Weak Stomach, ]
MARTIN'S FERRY.
* Water for Bridgeport?Personal
= Church Item*?Various Notas.
_ Mra. Bailie Martin la visiting at Foatoria.
?* (Ur. and Mrs. J. Y. Patteraon are In Chicsf
*R. T. Our purchaaed a fine Iriih setter pu
Pittsburgh.
Mr*. Dr. W. B. Shuttleworth la visiting frU
at Pittsburgh.
The spring election will tako place tl
weeka from to-day.
The ties for the electrical railway are b<
laid on Bessemer street.
A 8t. Joaeph Society will be organised In
Mary'a church thli week. ,
Benj. Ezley returned to the Ullnola^Bchoc
Pharmacy at Chicago yesterday.
Drilling at the well of the (Hen's Run Oil i
Oaa Company will be commenced thla week.
The Golden Eagles attended the funeral
A. J. Johnson at Bridgeport yesterday afterno
Mr. J. T. Hanes has secureJ a pension un
the new law for lienry u. Lewis, oi the Laugb
mill.
The stock of groceries of Jacob Lots Is be
appraised. The hearing of the attachment ca
Is set for to-morrow.
Manager John Brannlgan and Carl Baker w
severey burned while setting pots at the Bu
eye glass works on Saturday.
Capt. A. Loah received on Saturday fr
Attica, Ind , a One English pointer pup. It
lrom the King kennels ana Is a beauty.
Rev. I. S. Winters preached an excellent a
mon In the M. E. church yeaterday morniog
the two lodges of Amerl-au Mechanics.
Hon. A. T. McKelvey has been appointed o
of the oommicsloners to the Commercial C<
greaa, which meets at Kansas City shortly.
A County Commissioner says ihat the dsns
done to the bridges and culverts by the llooda
' iwwjo"1 l*? jrc*r" 111 Bclmout county wiU ***
Rev. Mr. Bradford, of Orsonia, Fa., who cat
) here recently and wss taken sick, recover
sufficiently to preach In the Baptist church y<
terday.
f Rev. Jacob Brlttingbam, of Wheeling,nrescbi
In tho St. Paul's Episcopal church yesterday,
C the absence of the rector, Rev. Charles O'Mei
, atClnclnnatL
The case of Lewis Rotbermund vs. the Tern
I nal Railway Companv U set for a hearing at t
, Clalr**llle to-dsy. and George Dersch vs. tho (
' L. <4 W^Rallway Company to-morrow.
1 Thoro wa< a very enjoyable young folks' par
i at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. HamilU
I Woods, in tho Gardon Spot, on Saturday eve
[ In*. In honor of their daughter, Beulab.
j The expense of running the Children's ITon
1 of Belmont county last year, according to tl
report Juat made, wss 91,116; 130 less than In 18f
i 1 he total expense was something over 19,000,
A flno Barre granite monument hu bet
placed In the Mt. Caivsry cemetery in momoi
' of Nicholas Bender, decessed. It staods betwet
' 12 and IS feet In longth and Is surrounded by
I cross.
, The Republican primaries will be held ne;
Faturday, at the ubusI .voting plsccs, betwei
3 and 7 o'clock. Names of candidates must I
left w l:h Officer William Bowman by Thutsdi
i night.
AH should go to Lafayette Rink to night. A
miuion as usual. A gold watch will be giv<
sway free. All will havejm equal chance ia ti
I drawing. Watch on exhlbl.ionatO. W.Bwaru
) shoo itore. Tuos. Qowkb, Manager.
No other town outside of Pit'aburgh the >1
. of Martlu'a ferry took aa maur prize* at tJ
' Pittsburgh bench show an thla town. The do
' all arrived home in good order on 8aturd*
I Borneot tho dogs will probably bs aent tot)
great bench ahow atCierelaud next month, i
which competition will be open to thewor
and 12,600 lu prizes will be paid.
I Much more talking la being done about tl
i proposition of'the city council to aupply Bridg
I port with water tbau concerning the vote on tl
1 question of laming $>0,000 bond* for street gra
i lug and curbing. Almost aa much Interest
I takeu in the former as in a Presidential cle
tlon, and the opluiou is divided whh tho o
position probably In tho lead. Bridgeport hi
) bcon trying to get watir from Marin's t errv fi
nearly three years, but tho two towns ha'
never arrived at an understanding, partial!
owing to the antugomim existing betwoe
them. _
The Folpit and tho Stage.
Rev. F. M. 8hrout, Pastor Unite
Brethren church, Blue Mound, Kan
says: MI feel it my duty to tell whi
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery hi
i done (or me. My lungs were badly di
i eased, and my parishioners thought
could live only a few weeks. I took fiv
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery an
am sound and well, gaining 20 pound
in weight."
Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funn
Folks Combination, writes: "After
thorough trial and convincing evidence
I am confident Dr. King's New Discos
ory for consumption, beats 'em all, an
cures when everything else fails. Tb
greatest kindness I can do my man
thousand friends iB to urge them to tr
it." Free trial bottles at Logan Dm
CJo.'s Drug Store. Regular sizos 50 cent
and $100. 8
It you do not feel well it is becanc
Sou have violated some law of naturi
ature, however, is kindness itself, an
hasprovidod that which if properl
taken will again permit you to enjoy he
in all her beauty. We have but one c
her numerous remedies to give yot
which will not cure you 9f every il
flesh is heir to, but to you who are su
feringwjth Indigestion, bad taste i
I yonr mouth in tt*o wording, foeadacb
and a general depressed feeling, it yo
have any Rheumatic trouble, be it i
any form, if you have a running sor
i which won't heal, take Loose Extract (
Red Glover, which contains nothing bt
9 pure extract of the clover blosson
and if ft (foe* pflre yoi} of all n
: herein advertise your money will t
i refunded. It costs nothing for the e:
Frol* W,J0 Itra read direction* ait
* m' u?tmtef*ipjjy?uw
? WolfTsAGMEBlackini
MeamDUUtonthaabom. 6h>n *-0 m? it la
!' Atk to J>ruf, Pain I rm,i jjn uh runuhhg Storm/
Ptk-Bon,?Mth
wu tt?in old a nkw runnitvn* . famu
viu. stain qla*k anoch.n?-.?a?k at Ukt
in wtu. stain tinwam tame
of will stain voun old baskets tlmi.
it, VrtUCTAIN 0ASr?co?ch amd
iS ION
,, wm"k.tkmu\\ wa
WOLF* * bjutdolph, ru^dtlpbl* '
perimeni ana cua uu yuu uu uanu. .
i it not worth a trial? For sale by Logs
Drug Co. ' daw
"Ouyt Btossoif" is the greatest <li
' covery o( the age in the pedical lis
' Weak, Urea, deeponciunt women who a
fast going into consumption from son
wasting disease, peculiar to tlieir so
' may be restored to health 11 "0u\
Blossom" is used before it la too lat
, Sold by Logan Drug Co., 0. K. Goeti
1 W. W. Irwin, W. E. Williams, 0. Schnei
, 0. Menkemeller, W. 0. Armbright, \
H. Williams and M. W. Helnricfi J. V
, Dumb, Rolston & Co., Martin's Ferr)
, Bowie 4t Oo? Bridgeport: 0. M. W
. rick, Bellaire; St Clair Bros., Ben too
h ? ? ~
. For Q??r Fifty V?n
1 Mbs. WiKSLOw'a Sootuino Syapf h
been used by millions ot mothers lor the
t children while teething, II disturbed
. night and broken of yonr rest by a si
a child suffering and crying with pain
. catting teeth send at once and get a b<
a tie of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syruj
I for ohiluren teething, ft will relie
a the poor little sufferer imsdiately. H
if pend upon It, mothers, there la no m
a take about it. It cures dlarrhass, res
i- lates the stomsch and bowels, cures wii
j colic, softens the gums, reduces inflai
if inaUofl, apd gives tone and energy
e the whole" system, 'filrj. ^insjoi
e Soothing Syrup" for childrenieelblng
>, pleasant to the taate and la the preacrl
a tion of one of the oldest and best femi
g physicians and nurses in the Unit
r. States', fnce twenty-five cents a bott
e Sold by ill druggist* throughout t
h world. Be sure ana ask lor "Mbs. Wfi
i. Soojhiko Syaup." nvf*w
sick QMuUpbfi
y toofe'i Bed Clover Fills cure Si
Headache, Dvsnensla, Indigestion, Oc
Btipation. 26c p6r bo*, 6 bo*ea tor I
Fwi^byljgnDw^Bgyj
i' m/rm KSS JI
ij growler)!/ ^^jlj
USANCE AND TBADB.
w. jr-^wv??SS
5,1
. t mi OUI RkVi Bales 118,878 ihaxee.
!ndi at 14 8Sa4?* ?? duplate* unexpect
Thfl flock mMkot wMr awp ^ ^ ^uilnoa
ireo edly conitilorable 'l0 moit 0f the lull
of the two bourtWM wm?itronf tone
lln. dtjnforthepMtw?ef- ^dnuterUl alran?*
lDg throughout the ie?lln* itodw.
wore m*do m?ell Lac*awaan?totheopenBu
ThereWMJwjf*?B*"Jffdullnouand itagMIng.
There wu tue u?u*i? cJ ^ oaljr
tlof tlon In the general lUto . . Borne. tfetori
? '
iU" aTu -D. ?g ouojwgjg^
>n, S18JSES=:? gaJBEiS
?' (J.H. <>5 Ooupon...Wl On*on tSZ?Z~. lj%
raJ
ere Adatn* Expro**--^;-,^ wtuburgh~~. .
ln cu^gon^ru- Jgjj aead' ?g
" 8BSS3SF Sfefi2==s
?. ssrs^fej ^Mfssasfip
to ChUur. AQutocr- Jgt 8^i ^elerred-'..... "X
pttABuawn-ariiSj Tedn?nffi4ton? fjg
n? Doi.. u<*. 4 ??'-"?PMlae lgS
id* Dcnter Jt K. t>-..? .?2j ooion P*ciflc.....?? j$4
s
KaniaiATexu?. ?* ^ kx.....1?
LonUrlUe *? & ofc
SS gsffiSSSSc |x gKfi^r-r ?
t s?
From th* Backlog Hoo? ot H.nnr <=> *?
? 4 0',
o- sxridJ Wipofc* (o the IntlUtaaucr.
vo
S ffodn.nh?V %T ?tScl?l .ud.ll.mpf
SSSffisasiasssr.
! (eollUK. The reports of railroad earn 1 orb have
a not oonflrmcd dlscouragtng anticipations, hat
show a freer movement la tbo Interior. Tbe
tt Bureau of Agriculture uuder-rated tbe out turn
,Q of last year's cereal crops, especially wheat and :
j. corn.
With tbe signs of a favorable lorn In affairs
' foreign and domestic, there Is reason for hope
, for early improvement in the sltuatlou. Tbe
temper of tlie market howevor Is conservative.
;D and something muit depend upon tbe tone of
tbe money msrket pending the usual April
' tram (era of curreuey to tbe Interior; but when
tbat movement is parsed a freer speculative
xe movement at a better rsnge of prices would
He seem to be in order. In the meantime there Is
us M-opo for fair proflu on Mylngupon moderate
y. drops.
He Tbo currency movement at tbo banks, for tbe
at past week, showsa net loss of <1.800,000 with the
Id Interior, and a net gain with the Sub-Treasury ,
ol WOO,COO, making a.total net lots of 11,000,000. ac
BlNKY CL1WS.
Breadstuff* and Provisions.
d- Chicaoo. March 14.?Tbo tendency In wheat"
Is was downward to day and tbe news was of a
c rntxetf character. LraiUtreeU estimated the supl>
ply in farmers' hands and in tbe elevators of the
u country at 1 to,000,000 buili.ls, and arguod there>r
from that bread would be scarce ere auother
re harvest. The English markets wore easier,
ly France reported favorable weather for the crops,
n Corn was quiet.
Oats weak aud lower.
Provisions weak.
Flour steady and nnchanged.
. Wheat?Cash No. 2 spring 96%i99c; No. 8
u spring 9la9*c; No 2 red tl ooal uoji: Msrch
?fca?J>4t'JS5;c; May tl OO^al 02tfal 00^; July
11 No.3,M?KIK<!: March BS&liO
l? wo: llay July SSXteoMwffr
8- Oato?Cash No. U, 49ka4W$c; May 60^i51%a
j ta^o; June 49>jii50>i&50c; July 47a47&a47Wc.
e FL^xxp^MSH.
d TJMOTUV SKJiU-fiflO.
u Mkm Pork?Cash fie 60al0C2K; March (1040 .
18 alOGOalO 'oVA; May ?10 COalO SOalO 77K; July ?;l
OOaij 1734*1116
V Laud?Casn and March (A OOaA Oft; May 16 12)?s
I 6 20s020: July 16 37ks6 46a642K.
8 HuoaT ribs-Cash$500a6l0: Msrch I5 00a505;
9, May$il6a6 26a6 22S; July $5 45a5 Ha5 52&
J. Shouldans?$4 lfial 26; short clear *5 2j*6 30.
j Whisky?steady; fl 10.
u Others unchanged.
10 Nxw York, March 14.?Flour, receipt* 2,000
y barrels; exporu 17,000barrels; market irregulsr;
v Wheat, receipts 45,000 bushels; exports 68,000
J bushels; sales V.I 60,000 bushels of futures aud
e 34,000 bushels of spot; spot market quiet; No 8
LB r^d 81 06Hal 07; ungraded red 93fcc??l 15*i:
No. 2 red March ?lj 13k; May ?110; June $106#
al 08k; July |l 06W; August fl Olkal 02ft
al 015J; September 81 Oljial 0 ?al0ij<; Decern16
ber Il 03%al CQ%*1 ?3^ Kyodu?!. Barley quiet;
8. uncraded western 77Xa85p. Corn, rccelpU 48,000
j bushels; exports 20,000 bnsbels; isles 614,000
u bushels of futures aud 42.000 bushels oi spot;
y ipnt market dull and weak; ungraded 71a73Ko: !
ir March 70c; May 66HaS7Jiafi0$fc; Jane 65>$c;
.? July 6&ko. Oats, reoelpts 43,000 buibeis;
II exports 800 bushels; salea GC.OOtt bushels
1? of spot: sales, no futures; market dull and
11 lower; March and April 67c: May bt%c; July
r 66c; No. '2 wblto (>8c; ;mlxed westernbb>{a58){c;
'* whlto do&7sQ3c: No. 2 Chicago 68c. Hay firm;
D shipping 4Pa45c. Hops quiet. CofTco Arm.
e Molanses nominal. Rice stesdy. Tallow
D new do 9U 55al2 26; extra prime t9 60al0 50.
o Cut meata quiet. Lard steady; wesiorn steam
f* MX; March 9682; April W35; May 10 39:
July 16 SI: August |6 75; Butter weak;
It urnstern dalrv l.'alWn: do rreainerv 2la34c:
i( do factory ISailito. Cheese Ann;"Ohio"fiataSaUa
e Cincinnati, 0., March 14.?Flour easy.
Wheat nomlml. No. 2 red 1103; receipts 7,10
006 {jufclipto; itupuieiitfl 1,001) bushels. Corn
t- dull and drooping; No. 2 mixed GlnCJc. Oats
[g w6ak end lower to cell: No. 2 mixed 62X?53c.
n Rye In light demand arid lowor; No. 2 f 100al 01.
u Provisions quiet. Whisky firm at II16. Butter
strong. Sugar drooping, Eggs steady at 15c.
Cheese firm.
_ Philadelphia, Pa., March 14.?Flour firm
but quiet. Wheat lower; No. 2 red March, April
B. and May 91 05. Corn unsottled: No. S mixed
rg trailing 57c; No 2mix#d Match 0S%i69)4c; April
\a May and Jijno c?c. Oat* jo\vur; No 8
> wbUo MXc! No. 2 Vfhllo M?ch ,ii Anrll 67?
5, 57Hp; May Wxe. Porjt, new mpssfl2C0al2BU;
,a dularally f 13UMlSM.
e. Bai.tixomb, Md., March 14.?Wheat, western
_ easy; No.2 red spot and March tl 04#al Otjf:
?> Mir II07: July II 0JX; Auguil 11 Ol. Cora
d, quiet: No. 2 mlxea spot, March and April 67c;
y MayGSKc. Cats stcaay; western white 68a69c.
u Bye quiet. Hay dull. Butter steady. Eggs
' active at 17c. Coffee quiet at 19%*20o.
f Toi.xno.O., Match.14.?Wheat active and lower;
y- cash tl 03H; May tl W; July 97)<n; August S5Mc.
d- SSSi7feSi6^0: u,i,tT^ ^yaKVS
Live Biook,
as Chicaoo, i14-*, March 11.?Cattle?Receipts
,;r 3(000head;shipments 1,500 head; market slow;
n[ steers, fancy 15 40a& M)i oommon to good, choice
at tl 00aA25; cow* tl(Ka4 00: heifers *t 75a4 50:
ck Blockers 83 0Ca3 60. Hogs? Receipts 30,000 head:
shipment* 15,000 head; market Cairo lower;
?} heavy 13 80a4 00: mixed packing t3 55a380; skips
>t- and selected light t3 60a3 80; prime heavy and
j" butchcr weights t385a4 00. Sheep?Receipts
?a 3.00U head; shipments bOu head; market dull: na*e
lives 83 7fia500; western $640; lambs t5 60a5 90.
e* ' riirfrtl'jityxi, Pi., Maich'H ?Cattle?Secelpu
16* 420 head: shipment*<10head; market.nothing
q. delng: all thiougb coniiguments. Hogs-KeLj
ceipts8,(M)head. abipmeuta 410 head; market
aa strong: light Yorkers S3 95. Hheep-Receipts 1,400
a* bead; shipments 1,000 head; market lair at un*
to changed prices.
Cincinnati, o., March 14.?Hogs In good de
<- mand; common and light |3 60a8 80; poking
,la and'butchdra tS'MM#:' receipts 2,-?00 ^ead;
i|> shipments 580 head. " 1
fl(j Petroleum.
j. Ntvr Yobk. March 14.?Petroleum opened
'0* stesdy, but after first sales the price yielded untie
tier llgiit selling, and fell %c in the first hour,
tg. The market became drfll and remained so until
the clostf. Pennsylvania oil, spot: Opened at
79%c; 'highest 73^c; lowest and dosing at 73c;
total sales 20,000 barrels.
Oil CifV. Pa.i March 14,?Opened at 74c:
-v highest 74%j:' lowest elbso 7^Ho hi J: sales
c* 100.060 barrels: cleorabpea 288.008 barrels; cksrin
ten 56,193 banels; shipmen to to,178 barrels: runs
m 00,142 barrels.
iv Pittsbomh, Pa., March 14.-Pctroleum opened
_ at ?4!<c; closed at 73^c; highest 74Xo; lowest
73)0; market dull.
Hbadforp, Pa., March 14.-Opened at 74c;
dosed at 78Ho; highest 74Mo; lowest 78>ic,
, Weakly Bank Statement.
New York, March 14.?Tho weekly bank statement
shows the following changes;
RetervOjdecrcase 41,^,460 1
M.S !^!R*e.M..r.', ^izr.ir 1,,4?i4oo
The banjcs now hold 17 395,233 la excen of the
requlremoau of the 25 por cent rule.
Cofeoi
CatcittitljUo., Jfireft I4.-O0lion middling
tjiii.
M.UU.
Mbw York, Much 14.?Fig Iron dull; Americas
111 to.
Bpp^lan'a A rule* ?*lv?.
J The beat sain in the world for cuts,
3 braises, sons, ulcers, salt rbenm, lever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positively
cares piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satislaclion
or money refunded. Price OS cents per
h box. For sale by Logan Drug Oo.
PUm, PUw, PUaf.
' Lock's Red Clover Pile Remedy is a
positive specific for all lorms of the disease.
Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcerated
and Protruding Plies. Price 50c.
For sale by Login Drag Company, uw
Good Morn]
You
Lightning Cough Drops
ai* something new in the war of
prompt In their action, and are a
Bottle.
Lightning Vegetable Lli
are a tore ear* for BIck IJeadache, I
Liver, ft osmts a Box. Busar Cos
Lightning Hot Drops
panacea for external and tnten
Bore Throat, Sprains, ii rul*es, Law*
tlons. euro cure for Dlarrbuja.St
Bottlx.
Keep them la the House, th
If yon feel do relief after u?lna two-thlrdi
fee remalulng one-third to tlie dealer fron
paid for the entire bottle.
For Salt by all Dru^liU and
HERB MEDICINE CO.
mo
for Infants t
"Qastoria is bo weD adapted toehfldren that
(recommend U aa superior to any proscription
known to me." IL . Aacaxa, 1L D.,
SI So. Oxford 8k, Brooklyn, N. T.
MmaaHBBB
Satisfaction
EACH CAN OF THE COOKS BA
FULL STRENGTH, FULL WE
MERITS AT THE LOWEST P
WITH QUALITY.
COOKS Quarter
COOKS Halves,
COOKS Pounds,
Sold by all Crocera
TYPEWRITERS, SEWING MAOH
4601X1
, WHOLESALE AND J
TYPEWRITERS, S
BICYi
AND ALL THAT Pi
I& k full and complete stock or the li
51 TWELFTH STREE'
J. L. BALLAI
JOSEPH GRAVES?WAIiIJ P.
1852. SPRING
Wall Papers, Borders ai
10,000 Rolls M|CA Pavbr, 5 Czsi
10.000 Bolls Wuitk Blanks, 6 Oi
10,000 Rolls Gilt Pafhrs. 8 Crn
20,0T0 Rolls Bronzi and Gilt Pa
10,000 Bolls Embossed Gjlt Pati
10,000 Rolls Glittbbs, 15 and 25 (
10,000 Rolls Fini Pa blob Pattbr
6,000 Rolu Puwsgo Pattebss, $
10,000 Rolls Plain Inorainb, 15 (
r Bold Agent lor tho DOWNINU SI.EK1
JOSEPH
26 Twell
OIL WELL SBPP
91 and 92 Water ?
MANUFACTUI
ZVSBY ARTICLE, TOOL C
AETESIA
Either for Gas, Oil, Water o
boilers! c
ENGINES, F
DERRICKS. P
TUBING, C
BRASS AND IROTGUODS
For 8team, Cm, Petrolei
CATALOGTJEB
PRICE LIBT8
OK APPLICATION.
JAREGKI HAND
(LIMI
ERIE
MANUPA
""BRASS
Mallwhlfl anrl Atai
UilUlUUViV uuu M4VJ
YOB STEAM, 6 A.
OIL WELL
or KV1BY
TUBING, CASING AND
LINE,
-^1 BHANCt
9S3 Libe
PITT8B
Other branch itores at all the print ipxl pot
\
Lag!
Are Hoarse S
a throat and Jans balsam, are aate, certain *w
euro euro lur cltoui*. Fjucm. ? and DO cx?w a
iror Pills
llllou*ne*s. CoitIrene**, Plies and Inactivity of the
ted: One pill* dose. Don't gripeocmake you side.
ill use. For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Diphtheria.
hms, IJurn*. Crau)j?B, Colic and all painful affeclminer
Complaint and Flux. 25 and 00 cxarra pxii i
ey will often Save Doctor BUI*.
i the content* of a bottle of these medicines retun
i whom you bought It and he will refund the prlc<
Dtalirs In Msdldns. Prepared by
, - Weston, W. Va
?nd Children.
ICactorfa cant OoWc. OettMprntion,
Bonr Stomachy Dlarrhcoa, Eructation,
Kills Worms, giwa sleep, and promoU*
WuEout?lnjurloue medication.
Tux Centaur Company, 71 Hurray Are* It, t.
?39fl?3BK5raHBiM&89H^HM^^V
A
^f(^BAKlNG
m?)POWDER
Guaranteed.
KING POWDER IS GUARANTEED
IGHT, AND 13 SOLD ON ITS
OSSIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT
s,Retail at 5cts.
Retail at 10ct8. !
Retail at 20 ctb.
. Try a Pound Can.
1NE8, ETC.-EDW. h. $OSE ACQ. "
iETOSi
DETAIL DEALEB8 IN;
EWING MACHINES,
CLES,
CBTA1SS THERETO !
est the market affords in each lino. "&|
o?
r, WHEELING, W. VA.
3D. Malinger. |^_
VPF.nS, BLINK BOOKS,ETC. (
TRADE. 1891.
id Ceiling Decorations 1;
?, Worth 8 to 10 Cents. \
hits, Worth 10 Cents.
rfl. worth 10 to 16 Cents.
rsiis, 10 Cunts, Worth 15 to 25 Cents.
irs, 15 C?nts, Worth 25 to 35 Cents.
Dents, Worth 30 to 45 Cents.
ns, 35 to 60 Cents, worth 60 to 75 Cents. .
;1 to $126, Worth $2 to J2 50. ,
3bnth, Worth 20 to 25 Cents.
'JNU CHAUUES, mo ceav uany varna^u m mo
tho price 1
GRAVES.,
:lh Street mutrwtr ,
LY CO., LIMITED.!
>t., Pittsburgh, Pa.
LTSAND8ELL
B AM'LI A NUB HEEDKD AT
N WELLS,
r. Mineral Testa. 11
ASING, HI
ITTINGS, M
UMPS, ' E 3
ORDAGE. /B3
"and supplies I I .
jm or Wat^r. ft
IMINUH CO.,
ITED.,)
pa.,
DTUEER8 OF
GOODS,
I Iron Pipe Fittings
8, WATER AND OIL.
SUPPLIES
sncBiraioR.
ROPES,
DRIVE AND STEAM PIPE
H OFFICE : FV.
irtv Street.'
UBGH, Pi.
Dta In PenniylranU, New York and Ohio Oil Yield*
OIL WELL 81
B0VAIRD&
MAIN OFFICE AJ
Bradford, HcKeai
Branch Office a
150 First Avenne,
Oonitantlj on band, both at Bradford an
Drilling aid F
IM THE Wl
And $21 our own JatUf acknowledged npertor mnie
dura are tmaurpam-d, u we nanofactur
way ol Oil and Artcaian
gramme n
NewEIectri
And beoome convinced that It intataaUatei onr
N. B.?We aw once aore In the field wltli the lai
FIRST-CLASS SEGON
InOlldOll. Beoond-hand BOILERS, ENGINES, TA1
at a large dlaoonnt from tl
Three thooaand elgbt hundred aeoond-band boiler
without one mlahap or word of laul
THI8 IS OUB 1
Estimates Foralslied. (
HAMM& CO.?FURN
HAMM I
Furniture Dealers ai
DOT THIS DOWN F
That our establishment i? a model one In every re*]
That In our attractive assortment, prompt aervlco ai
ind satisfactorily served.
That while we cannot give you something for noth
very time. WK INVITE YOUR PERSONAL IN8PEC
Undertaking In Its several forms a
TELEPHONE CALL8 ANdWERl
HAMM & CO.. - 10
Railway Time Card. ^
Arrival and departure o! trains on and aftei VV
s'ov. 16, 1890. Explanation or Refkubnci ,
tfabki: Daiir; fflunday excepted; {Monday
xceptcd: (Saturday excepted; ISunday only; L*J
Baturday only. Eastern Standard time. jjC
dxpart. IB.AO.R.R.?Mainline,East arriv*. a. m.
4:65 am Wash.Cy, Bait,Phil.AN.Y. 11:40pm m., 8:
2:80 pm Wtsh.C'y, Bait., Phll.A N.Y. 12:46 pm 7:00p
12:06 am Wmsb.ffv, Bait.. Phll.A N.Y. 8:46am lu
t8:(Oam Cumberland Accom t6:06pm M,
*2:80 pm .....-.-.Grafton Accom-...? *12:45 pm
t8:00am ...-.Moundsvlile Accom 112:46pm *10,fE
te'80pm ...-Moundsvlile Accom.? f 6:06pm P;?*'
DEl'AltT. B.fcO.R.R.?C.dcO.niv.,y/m ARR1VX. ' ni
7:60 am For Columbns and Chicago *12:66 am on?
'11:05 am Columbus, Cin. and Chicago *fl:10pm g.ig.
'10:45 t>m?.. Chicago Limited....?, *5:60 am
!10:40 pm .Colnmbus, Cin. A at. Louis. *6:40 am ,iei
4-80pw ........Columbus Accom til:00 am ??
11:06 am ?fit Clairsvllle Accom? fll:00 am T)j
t4:80 pm St. Clairsvllle Accom f6:10 pm n.
|2:80 an. Columbus A Cincinnati Ex.
DBI'AKT. B. illO. R.R.?W'.,P.?tB. JHv. AIUUVX. jt
5:45 am ^Por Pittsburgh-...? !! :00 am vsi
7:20am ?^....Pittsburgh....". ? C:66pm AM
6:20pm ?Pittsburgh and East 10:80pm
tl:40pm ..............Pittsburgh. ? fi2:46;pss gffl
.......? Pittsburgh............. 12:80 am (5P
t5:80 pm ...Washington. Pa.. Accom... j7:50 am W|
DEPART. P., C. 4 ST. L. RT. ARR1VK. \$
(7:20 am?........Pittsburgh......?. t9:20pi? Xfl
1:85pm -Pittsburgh and New York. t8:45 pm
1:20 pm -Pittsburgh and New York- fll:00 as: Qrs
9:40pm ...Pittsburgh and N. Y. Ex... Mo
WOT. 2:801
t7:20 am Express, Cin. and fit Loulr t6:50 am
f?:40pm Expross, Cin. and St. Loulh tf>:20pm _
+1:85pm Express,BteubeuvilloA Col f8:46pm .
t4:20pm ...SteubenvllleA Donnlaon...| ~
DXPART. C. A P. R. R. ARR1VX. ?D.|
t5:60 am .Plttsbg'h, Clove. A Chicago t9:15pm
?:48am SteubenviHe Accom f 1:18pm Mo
11:12 am .Pittsburgh and New York- fll :12 am n m
t2:00pm?Cleveland and Chicago.... t9:00am v' '
t8:44 pm -Pittsburgh and New York- f6:62pne.
*7:11 pm East LlvorpooL..? |12:12am For
DKpART. I C., L. A w. R. R. ARR1VX <Jj
ntnvAlanil. K. AW. +3:lfinm ClH
Draft* on England, Ireland, Franoe and Gormany'
Tr
* maiCTOM. f*u]
Wm. A. iMtt, Mortimer Pollack, JtJ'
J. A. Miller, Wm. H. Blmpeon, ft?
K. M. Atklnion, Jobn K. BoUford,
Henry Bpeyor, Victor Boionburg. ,n<i
Jacob C. Tnoma*. ___ lnK|
1*1 ?. P. JKPttOK. ftuhfer. ?g
?' 8:20
CORNICE AND TIN ItOOFINO
Galvanized Iron Cornice ?
IB
Tin Roofing.
Bp?clal attention given to all klnda of Sum Pu
Iron and Tilt Work on balldiagi. Aleo Steju.
and F*lt Roofing.
Call and get price* before contracting, u I id
prepared to gl/e BAAGAIN8 in tbat line of work.
B. F. CALDWELL, M
1f>lK (Vim*r Main *n?1 Rnnth fftrceta.
* ' ?? I I
Q HOMER WELLS, ^
ARCHITECT. w*
Room 17, Rclllr BulMIni, WhMltag, W. Va.
Practical ScrummODirr. UJ
teuiTn CA.XYDLLT KADI. OC22 <
/PPLIE8.
SEYFANG
ID WORKS,
i County, Fa.
nd Salesroom
Pittsbnrgh, Pa.
il Pittsburgh, the largwt itock ol
ishing Tools
IBID
. OnrfacJlillee/orproruptJr BiUsglamox
p and deal In everythlug In the
Well SuppUce.
UB
cEngine,
claim that It li the best In the market.
gest itock of
D-HAND SUPPLIES
1KB, PIPES, TUBING, CASING, to., etc.,
ie price of new.
i aud engines sold In the last seven yean
t being found*
t5:12 pm ~~...HawUlon Aocom..,MM.. fil:83 an *nd 1
f?:00am St. ClalravlUe Aecom...... tt:85am
10:88 am ?....8t. Clalrsrllle Aooom 4i :16 pn _ ??J
f2:i9pm ......St. Clalrayllle Aecom |5:80pir Bund
6:21 pn ...tr.St. Clalnvlllo Accom 8:03 pm
1:18 pm .Local Freight anil Accom.. fl2:06pm *
DKl'AHT. OHIO iUVKK K. K. AXR1VI.
*7:00 am ..........Pa?Kensor......~, 11:06 air Chi
11:40 am ...... Passenger............. 8:35pm p. ?.
4:80 pm . Passenger.* *8:00 pa Cln
UMTS B., Z. & O. KAlLKOAi). AKRIVH dally
SRIJ.AIP.K BKLLAIM 001
4:00 pm .JBellalre and Zanetvlllle.... 10:35 am ?*oej
7:00 am| Mixed Train............ 7:a0 pm g.jQ*j
STEAMER B. E. PJHLUP8. W
Lea re Wheeling, Dally Trio, City Tlme-?:40 Foi
1:80,10:00 ana 11:46 a1 m.; 2:W,4:00,6:00 p. m. p. m.
Leave Wheeling Sundays, City Time?8:0C Foi
10:00 and 12:00a. m.: 2:00.4:00.6:00 p. m. Wa
3 OX0OI
STEAMERS. .
Pre
For Cincinnati, Louisville, Mem- g-m:
phis, St. Louis. New Orleans.
and Intermediate Points. excei
Will leave Wharlb&at, foot of Eleventh street, y-yi
dally, Monday excepted, M follows: ff 1'
. ray a. Steamer "COmiO." Eph.Talbott,
ungmrauuir; juiva nomuuui, vici*; pi.,_.
eyery Sunday at 8 ?. m. ^,'j
, fvn> Steamer "BCOTIA," John 11. Forgi
USifr Phillip.. Muter; R. H. Kerr, Clerk; Lout
every Tuesday at 8 a. m. Tin
, (ne? w Bteamer "ANDES." e. B. Cooper. Leavi
LjTC? Master; Al. J. Slavfn, Clert; every VVht,
Wednesday at 8 a. *j, Arrll
i tOf k Steamer "HUDSON," J. f. Ellison,
BMKThu'nliayat8*.?$' Clerk; every p*rkl
i tn> k. Steamer "HATcnELOB," Geo. K. Sm
U65tt> O'Neal. Master; Tim Penwell, Clerk; Hun
tretj Friday at 8 a. w. Alh?,
i f? * Sleamor " KEYSTONE 8TATK," Fortl
JjBMtutiP T, B. Calhouu, Master: Chan. Knox, cincl
Clerk, every Saturday at 8 a. m. *
First-class fare. Wheeling to Cincinnati, so. Char
Bound trip, tlo. Meals and state-room included.
lickots trans/erablo and good until c"(ti
used. For (Might or passage apply on board, or ?tau
telephone No. 34?. lexl
jak ckqcmapd * noo-rii. Agent*. Lonl
FINANCIAL. lick!
jgXOUANGE BANK, p?A'k'
CAPITAL tsoo.ooo. A"jCI
I. *. Yi??? ? -.PjMldetit ?
U 8. IIILUUI ViwI'raWaont
DIB1CT0BI. [
J. N. vim, Geo. K. sum,
J. M. Brown, Vm. Klllngbam,
L. 8. iXlaDlaln, A. W. Keller, ? l-l
John Frew. a
Drafts Issued on England, Ireland, Scotland Tn
and all points In Europe. rniZ
JOHN J. J0NK3. Caahlot. JJ"
JJ ANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. fcg
CAPITAL...? 178,000. ^
W*. Ibxtt ........ ...... President k,QD
Wv. B. Simpson ^Vloe President p, m
record.
lorresposdence Solicited.
ITUKE, ETC.
it CO.,
id Undertakers,
OR A FACT s
adUlr treatment, onr coitomw, are amply
lng, we claim to jtie a goo4, lionat 4eel
ipeolal feature.
!D DXY 08 K1QBT.
65 Main Street.
RAH.noAnB.
), trains will run tt follow* City Time.
,v*-WHttLiHB* _ .. M ,nwM
uSo fc ?H??SOO n>M 1:00 P- ? JjJ0*
00 p. in., 4:6op.M.i BiOOp.m.,'BJDO H-Dh
i. m., 8:00 p. m.? ' 00 P?Bl" 18,4? P'
,vb Sue Gbovb.
&A"-ffA.e.l??> ??Orot. at
. m. end Wheeling at g!\l ?&,*?,
General Manager. .
LLTIMORE AOHIO EAlLROAJ>?
t Departure and arrival of
'"'main link east.
For Baltimore, '"Uagel*
phi* and
n.,4:Me.ni.,S::?p.m.danr.
dumberland aoMmmodeUoiij?:00
a. m. dallj, except
J ton Atxflmmcx1*tlon.^S0p.in..d^T' ?
indaTllie AccooimoiUtton, s.oga. m., an
t, m., exocpt 8unday.
ABBIYB.
sbsbrs^
TRAN8-OHIO DIVISION.
OMawo, 7:60 ui U:t? e. rn.M410.4SP
ambi^Amfmmod.tlon, t:20 p. m., e*<*Pt
'iiitnrllle Aooommodetlou, 11:00 >. ?.
,:B0 p. m.i exoept Sunday.
abbitb.
niaUliM.ll'.ISui MO a.m. end 6:10
duumtl sxpten. 6:40 a. m. end :? P-m"
umbo. Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally i
OuKHo Accommodation, 11:00 a, m. end
?. m., dally, except Sunday.
HKB.L1NQ * PITTSBURGH DIVISION.
Pittsburgh, 6:45 and 7:20 a. m., dally? l:?>
ffifflSfiS'S.WU 6:?p. m.. gjjg.
uhlnRtouAooommodatlon, 6:80 p. m? dally.
-it.: ' .
?V?nASommiSluoSr7:SJ';.m.,4..lT
it Sunday. ??
UIO RIVER RAILROAD.
SS^HSSS
^"Tsuuoton" "?4 Lexington and
l?>n-u\,w(rtv'tlTe January 11. 1891: ?
5. WB(?
.. 0:88 2:06 7:15
enburg....^^ 10:10 2:46 7:43
t Pleasant- ...... Pl!?7 &:52
llngton ~ 8:46 7:46
a.m.
rod 4:80 8:01
mouth - - 4:02 .......
Innatl 7:8t
p.m.
Icston. 8:5t -....?
a.m.
[>n Forgo - 0:88
ttlOD i ? * 9:8f
Dgtnn - - -
rgago checked through to destination of
its.
J. ROBIN HON. General Paitengcr Agent,
ersbuig. W. Va.
J. handy. AniitAnt General PaiMngar
it, ParkerfburK, W. V?.
G. TOMLlflftON, Pawoncer Agent, WheelW.
Va.. ,
Central Standard Time.
Ilennsulvania Lines.
JpTrom Bridgeport Station
tins vl* the Cleveland A Pittabargfa Fail*
laavo Bridgeport for Pittsburgh, Chicago
Cleveland, 4:60a. m. For PltUbargh. 10:11
. For Chicago and Cleveland, 1:00 p. m. For
iburgh and New York, 2:44 p. m. For Btau?
Hie, 8:48 a.m.
aiua arrive at Bridgeport at 8:00 a. m., 10:30
,; 12:10 p. ra., 4:62 p. m., and 8:16 p. m.
i Saturdsvs onlf?T"or East Liverpool! 6:11
Irom Kut Liverpool. 11:12 p. m.
FBOM WHEELING STATION.
aim via the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati A Bt.
[a KaII war-Pan 1/aNdle Bonte-)MveWhMl
for Mtoubenvllla. Pittsburgh and the East,
a. m., p. m.f 8:20 P.?, and,8:40p. m.
Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis and St.
Is, 6:20 a. m. and 8:40 p. m. For Colnmbna
(4in... n.WLn m Tf>iliiiBr>l?ait Whul.
it 6:50 a. m., 10:00 a. m., 2:45 p. m. and 8:20 p.
Trains leaving at 6:20 a. m. and arriving at
p. si., run solid between Wheeling and
sbnnth. All trains dally except Wnn^av.
EDUCATIONAL.
OOHlTAL
NKAB WHEELWO, W. VA.
ill English, Mathematical and
Classical Course. 4
OSICAL DEPARTMENT
?SHPXUIALLY WOTZD.ATI024
UMUXrAaaiD FOa BEAUTY AVD HSALTH
*pekly boarder* or day scholars wived from
otlinnor the vicinity. A Sister will meet day
olars at tho 8 a. m. motor and return with
to at 8 p. m.
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