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Frew, Campbell & Hart, Prop's.
186UKD DAILY. SEWMVEJUCLYA WIKKLY.
TKRND:
By Mail, Po?ta?o Free la the United State*.
Daily, On# Year......_ 00
DaxlY, One Mt*Mh ? 05
EkmiAVezkly, One Year S AO
fiMPWiuuuY, Hlx Monthi. 1 85
One Ycar.^.,, .... 100
Wkmly.BIx 00
The Paily iMTXLuoutcn U DfJirered by
<>rrler? In \> btellng and adjacent towni at 16 I
ocnti per week.
Fxxao#* wtablng to robtcrlbe to (be Daily i
jNTki i iuXNcer. can do to by tending in their or*1
den> to tbu Imxixiokkcu office on Foetal Card
or otberirUe. lbey will bo punctually terved
by carrier*.
TELEPHONE KCMBEB8:
Editorial 81
CountlnR Kooin ,f
[Kntered at tbe Fostotboeat Wheeling, W. V?.,
a* kecondclxM matter.]
WHEELING, MARCH 114, 1891.
Ciiicaoo is a (treat place for new
things. It now reports a disease and
calls it "Vernal Equinox." It did yeoman
strvice last week assisting tbe
Roger q. Mills says reciprocity is a
Djrrocratic measure. Then, why in the
name of this great Republic did Mills
and the whole Democratic side in Congress
do their level beat to defeat it?
Insi'Kctoii Byrnes now finds quite an
advantage not to be an Italian Count, as
K n< llambert wished bim to be. He
baa his hands fall watching King Humbert's
subjects, and is not handicapped
by any entangling foreign alliances.
Secretary Ulaink has the goat. II
he were not such a thoroughly Americin
American, the fact that he has the
diseasa usually attributed to debauohed
royalty might look a little suspicious. It
is only fair to suppose it comes with age
and a long sedentary life.
Sxnaior 1'almkh says he was elected
to serve the State of Illinois in the
Sanate for tlx years, and until that time
expires he has no intention of becoming
a presidential candidate. This declaration
wt-a hardly necessary since no one
has ever seriously considered the talk
cinoecting Palmer's name with the
Presidency.
Tub farmers of Canada are organizing
an association similar to our Farmers'
Alliance. Sir John MacDonald muy
fin 1 it a thorn in his royal side, particularly
if it demands cheap goods and sees
that reciprocity with the United States
will make necessities' cheaper than they
are no*, sent in under a revenue tariff,
by England.
Turkic more victims are to be credited
to the so*callod Christian Science craxe.
Three little children in an Iowa family
were attacked by diphtheria. The parents
were Christian Scientists and refused
to allow a physician to be summnn?d.
The children, after several
days of terrible suffering, daring whicji
time tbe father and mother applied the
"Faith cure" only, died, and now the
law haa stepped in and will give those
parents n lesson which they will re*
member as long as they live. Fanaticism
ol tbe kind that allllcted them is a
crime.
The anonymous letter writer has a
new subject with which to gratify his
peculiar mania. He is now engaged in
the contemptible amusement of writing
Mafia warnings, and the police and
newspaper men in ail parts of tbe
country are receiving his productions.
Whether it is a passion for producing
sensations or pure cussednets that
prompts him to engage in the busiueBs
cannot bo told, but he is guilty of a
crime in either event, for his actions
sorve to fan a flame that is likely to become
a conilsgration wherever there is
any number of Italians in this country.
Rsv. Howard MacQukahy is getting
a great deal of free advertising out of the
n action of tho Episcopal court in finding
him guilty of heresy. He vows he will
not "retract," and will not permit himself
to be turned out of tho church. IJe
will, he says, simply resign from the
ministry and avoid the disgrace attending
an expulsion. The mistake Mr.
MacQueary made was in permitting himself
to remain in a church to whose doctrines
ho could not subscribe. The only
thing loft for the church to do is to decline
to accept his resignation and then
expel him.
What (i Utile Kingdom Wants.
It appears that Hawaii will not accept
the new treaty with the United 8tat*s
because wo will not place her sugar upon
an equal footing with our own, namely,
to pay a bounty on it. This will strike
the average man as being somewhat!
ridiculous, considering the position the
Hawaiian Islands occupy among the
nations of tho world.
For a little one*horse kingdom, without
a king, and with a young qaeen who
has not had a month's experience and
scarcely enough subjects to afford her a
decent income, to make such a demand
on a government of sixty-three millions
of peoplo is an amoBing exhibition of
supreme gall.
Uvntral Joliuaton's Death.
Death has carried iwiy another military
charactor that figured prominently
>U ILBUIU^ IUU UlUbVII ] Ul IUU II |U u> >HW
Rebellion. Goneral Joseph E. Johnston
wu ono ol the Confederate Generals
who when they surrendered after a fonr
years endeavor to break up tbe Union,
accepted the result in a proper spirit.
With him the war ended with the
surrender, and hia public career ever
since has been such ss to commend him
to the pec pis ot the North, lor hia loyalty
to the llig and to the Institutions
that have prospered under it have not
been questioned since the day he gave
tip his sword to General Sherman in
18ft), after the surrender of Lee at Appomattox.
In his later lifo he has numbered
among his warmest friends Union soldlera
against whom he had led an army.
Not the least of these devoted friends
was General Sherman himself, and the
old hero nevor failed to speak well of
him when opportnnity offered. General
Johnston was oue of the tincertat
mourners at Sherman's bier, and as
pall-bearer helped to carry lovingly to
their last resting place the mortal re,
mains of tho gallant soldier who hsd
vanquished him twenty-six years before.
Previous to going into the Confederacy
Johnston hsd served file country well In
the Mexican and Seminole wars, and
had he not made the fatal miatake of
<*
It- I I. II.
taking np arma against the Federal government
might hare bad bli name en- .
rolled in the Temple of Fame with those
of Grant, Sherman and Sheridan, aa be '
poeaeeaed the genius of a great military |
leader. Whatever faults be had will ,
not be remembered against liim now I
that he is dead. I
m I
Wait Virginia and tha Alllanoo. I
Our information is that there is no lit- 1
tie activity going on in this State at this !
time in 'tha matter of organising farmers'
associations under the auspices of 1
the National Alliance. One gentleman
writes to a friend of bia in Wheeling
that he baa joined, aa tho farmers of bis
neighborhood are generally doing, and
that among theobligations which behaa
tiken on hlmaelf iaone to support auch
cindidates for office, national, State and
load, aa the organization may pnt forwird.
Curiously encngh, our farmer friend,
after having already joined, seeks advice
of bis correspondent here aa to bia
opinion whether he has dono right or
not. He himself seems to doubt whether
be baa done wisely, and he seeks to be
confirmed one way or the other.
Now, notwithstanding this matter has
been brought to the information and attention
of tbe XNTELi.iax.scsB, we do not
on that account feel disposed to wade
into tbe arena and offer advice on this
subject to our farmer readers and friends
tl.?AM?hnnl the N.'ntp. PxceDt in the moat
general way.
The Intelligence!! has always believed
in farmers' associations, always
encouraged them, and regards them as
a eful and indispensible to the best Interete
of tho farmer. As a class, the
farmers do not come together often
enough. They need to compare notes
frequently in regard to all matters that
appertain to their interests.
This thing however of taking upon
one's self solemn obligations in the matter
of the exercise of the elective franchise
is eowething different. In fact, it
is a very Berioos matter for any man to
contemplate. This ia a free country and
a voter is supposed to be a freo man. lit*
oujht not, on general principles,ever to
place himself in a position wbero be
canno: have control of his own voto. If
a citizen does not control his own vole
what does he control ? And what is
his freemauship or cltiisnsblp worth it
somebody else controls his vole ?
Tho priclples of a patty, no matter
how constituted, ought to be of sacba
charicter?so fair, just and salutary?
thatevery man,inBide or outside of theorganizition,
can upon bis judgment, after
discussion, support the candidates representing
said principles. He ought not
to feel constrained in doing this.
The farmers of the United States are
tho largest element in the country.
There is no difficulty about their rights
and interest* of whatsoever character.
They control or can control every state
in the Union. They can make just
such laws as suit them all over the
United States. Tbey can elect a large
mninritv nf Congressmen. Thev can
and do get ample and fair protection for
all their interests from the general government.
They have a special department
of the government and a representative
farmer at the head of it, and bo is
widely known for his activity and influence
on their behalf.
What more, we ask, can be done for
the farmer ? The effort of the politician
is tojnake him discontented, we know.
This is always the case. Every mishap
of the farmer, down to the weather, is
laid on the party in power. If his crops
de not bring a fall price, it is the halt of
legislation, of coarse. If money is hard
to borrow, it is because we need vastly
more money. Wo need also special legation,
such as the "government warehouse"
schemc, and the real estate
mortgage scheme at one per cent interest.
An attempt is to be made to rally the
farmers of the land on schemes of this
character in the elections next year.
We think it is a grave time for a farmer
to sign away his froe agency. We trust
that the majority of them will think
several times before they do it, and not
first enter into tho obligation and then
begin to brood over it and to inquire
whether they have done right or not.
DeafneM Can't be Cured
by local applications, as they can not
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness ie caused by an inflamed condition
of the macons lining of the eustachian
tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely
closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, bearing will be destroyed forever
; nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that we can not cure bv taking Hall's
Catarrh Core. Bend for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, o.
JfcaTSold by druggists, 75c. daw
The Becret of Success*
The Logan Drag Go., druggists, believe
that the secret of snccesa 1b perseverance.
Therefore, tbey persist in keeping the
finest line of perfumeries, toilet articles,
cosmetics, drugs and chemicals on the
market. Tbey especially invite all persons
who hive palpitation.short breath,
weak or hungry spells, pain in the Bide
or shoulder, oppression, night mare, dry
cough, smothering, dropsy or heart disease
to try Dr. Miles' uncqualed New
Heart Cure before it is too late. It haB
the largest sale of any similar remedy. .
Fine book of testimonials free. Dr. 4
Miles' Kestorative Nervine is unsur- j
passed for sleeplessness, headache, fits, :
etc., and it contains no opiates. 5 j
Mrs. Cullen?"Are we going to bo
home this evening, George?" Mr. Cullen?"Yea,
I guess so." Mrs. Oullen?
"Then don't you think that if we are
going to stay home we might as well go
to the theatre ?"?J/unwy'i Weekly,
The Western Settler** Choeen Specific.
With every advance of fmifratlon into the *
far Wm t, * new demand U created for Hosteller's '
Stomach BltUrs. Nowly peopled ro*lom are ]
frequently leu salubrloui than older settled lo* '
calltlei, ou account of the miasma which rises i
from recently cleared land, particularly along *
the banks of river* Uut are subject to frethets.
The agricultural or mining emigrant scon learns,
when he does not already know, that the Bitters
oflered the only sure protection against malaria,
and those disorders of the ltomacb, liver and
bowels, to wbich ulimatlc changes, exposure,
and unaccustomed or unhealthy water or diet
subject him. Consequently, he places an esti*
mate upon this great housebolu specific and
prevenuve comroeusurate with its intrinsic
menu, and is careful to keep on hand a reitoiaUve
and promoter of health so Implicitly to be
relied npoa In time of need.
^Comb2i?iV* POCKET ALMATfAO
andMEMORANDUM HOOK
advertising lUlOWITS IRON It ITT Kits
the boat Tonic, given away at Drug uud
V. gen oral atoroe. Apply at once. ..
Children_Ciy for_Pitcher's JJastoria.
L\ P1VB OALLOX KLG8.
rhrce Million* Shipped to Garmasjr Lu
WMk.
Vfli York Recorder.
Tbi'ty-flve oaken fivo-gallon kegs
round with iron hoopa were rolled oat
}( the back door ol the Sub-Treasury
nto Pine street yesterday morning and
loaded on trucka. They were kegs each
u usually contain wbiaky, bnt tbe way
the men wbo bandied tbem puffed and
itrained abowed that they held something
heavier. In every keg waa $50,000
In gold. Tbe gold waa in canvaa baga.
Each bag held $5,000 and each keg held
ten bates. The tracks drove away to the
Barclay street terry and thence to Hoboken,
where the kega were taken on
board tbe steamship Eider, which sailed
in tbe aiternoon lor Bremen. Eventually
the kegs will be rolled into the
vaults oi the Imperial Bank ol Germany
in Berlin.
>It is figured out at the Treasury Department
that the loss on gold bars by
abrasion is about $100 to the million.
Tho k?s on Gold coin is nearly five
times aa much. This tremendous difference
makes tbe question ol profit and
loss on gold shipments a very serious
matter. The general calculation baaed
on past experience la that $1,000,000
in gold coin taken from circulation will
show a loss of $250 by abrasion. When
this same coin ia packed in kegs and
shipped abroad the effect of tbe handlinn
ia an additional loss of $250.
England has an advantage over tbe
United Stetea in this particular in having
ita largest gold coin to conaiat of tbe
sovereign. The weight of the sovereign
is about cqnal to that of our $5 gold
?' - ? .i iUa Ixu In alilnnlno nr
pieur, nuu two judo ?** ?-cr.-n ?
handling coins of that small denomination
is very heavy. It is intimated the
Treasury Department may, make the
handling of coin as expensive as possible
by reducing the denomination for
foreign supply to $5, or to $5 and $10
gold pieces, koeping the $20 pieces for
ome use.
DIED.
QILMOUR-On 8und*r. March 22.1891, at 11:40
o'clock p. in., at the renWenre of her son In*
law, Mr. Jamot UoCahoo, Mrj. Nancy Gilmock,
in her 70th year.
Funeral cenrlcei at the residence of Jamea Mc*
Cation, No. 665 Main street, this (Tuesday)
evening at 7 o'clock. Tbo remaius will be
taken to Cleveland, Ohio, for interment.
Filemls Invited to attend tho services. i
RIESTKR?On Monday. March 23, 1801. at 7:10
o'clock a. m., Wuxux T? son et N. and
Mary K. Kicster, Aged 10 years and 4 months.
Requiem Man at Bt. Joseph's Cathedral on
Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Funeral
train tho resldeuce of his parent*, No.
2329 Markot street, at 2 o'cloc* p. in. Inter
ment at Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends of
the family arc invited to attend.
WOODCOCK?At Auburn. Kas.. Friday, March
20,1w1 LomikM.,wiloof e. b Woodcotk
ot RiHireport, Ohio, sued 27 years, 1 mouth
and 10 days.
Faneral notlco hereafter.
CHILDBIRTH
' MADE EASY!
" Mothers' Friewd " is a scientifically
prepared Liniment, every ingredient
of recognized value and in
constant use by the mcdical profession.
These ingredients are combined
in a manner hitherto unknown
"MOTHERS'
FRIEND" *
WILL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " Mothers " mailed FREE, containing
valuable information and
voluntary testimonials.
Scntby express on receiptor price f 1.60 per bottle
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Qa.
BOLD BY ALL DRUQQIST8.
Sold in Wheeling at wholesale aud retail by
LOGAN DRUG CO.,
mr!9-naw and all Druggists.
Health is Wealth!
Dr. E. C. WfST's Nirvbi asd Brain Tkkatwest,
a guaranteed spoeltlc for Hysteria, Dizziness,
Convulsions, Fits. Nervous Neuralgia,
Headache, Nervous Prostration cnowfl ny tne
use of alcohol or locacco, Wakt-fulncfp, Mental
Depression, Wotlening of the Brain resulting If
Insanity and leading to mUery, decay ami death,
Premature Old Age. Barrenness, Low of Ponroi
Id either a*x, Involuntary Lows and Spermatorromacauied
by over exertion of the train,
aeif abufo or over-lu<lul|tenco. Fach box con
talmono month's treatment, fl 00 a box, or
alx boxes for 15 00, tent by mail prepaid on receipt
of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any ease. With each order received bv
uh for six boxes, accompanied with f& 00, wo will
*eud tno purchaser our written guarantee to re
fond the money If the treatment docs not effect
a cure, tiuarauteea lisued only by
McLAIN BROTHERS. Dru*ct8t8.
Sole Agents. MeLain's Block, corner Market anil
Twelfth streets. Wheeling, W. Va. JrIOttIimw
Ms Pills
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A torpid liver deranges the wl?oloay??
torn, and protliicea
Sick Headache,
Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism,
Sallow Skin and Piles.
There in no better remedy fortheee
common dlocuscs than Tutt'a Liver
rtila, OA a trial will prove. Price, 80c.
Sold Everywhere.
LOOSE'S EXTRACT
CLOVERjLOSSOM
P>mitfe Wcftbneai, Ulcere, Tnraort. Sores,
flbftcemtes, lllood Poisoning, Salt Jtheam.
Catarrh. Rrrslnrlns. ItheunrntUm and all
Mood and Skin Dlneaaes. Paic* |i. per Pint
Bottle. or 6 Itotilce for fj. i lb can Solid Bitract
B^o,jT.%lcmR^o."c^ots;F.5.co-'
Sold by Logan Drug Co.
FllEE, FHEE.FHEETRIAL!
ELECTRO NEEYIHE
Cures Permanently
All dlseawa of tho Ncrrona Bjritem, either Acntc
>r Chronic in either aex. It Restore* Impaired
or Loit Power. Check* all Korma of
Wante or Drain; Makca Firon* the Weak. Foil
nackajt*. tl; eix for 16. Trial package 12c (with
book), aent aeourely waled on receipt of price.
Addreaa. DR. U. P. ADDAM, No, 8701 Cottage
SroTB A TO.. Chicago. 111. no34
3>y?i*
Sick Ilcndnqlic, Constipation,
Fever nml Ague, Dizzy Hcnd nml
Cold Feet, Torpid Liver, Want of
Appetite and aenernl Debility,
uro Positively cured by
DR. A. S. TODD'S Al
Plain or sugar coatcd. In na? ow?r 00 ream.
Juo. (I. McLaln * I
HE FOE A MR
Dootort Copeland & Dell Make a
Notable Offer to the Public.
Doctors Copeland & Bell have of late
received many inquiries from people
who bave said that they would like to
take treatment, but have felt restrained
from doing so on account of their impression
that the treatment would re*
Suire the expenditure of a groat deal of
me and money.
As the most simple and effective way
| of answering all such inquiries and oI
permanently doing away with any such
erroneous impression Doctors Copeland
& Bell have decided to offer medicine?
amd treatment free to ALL fob oni
week.
All who apply for treatment on or be
fore April 1st will be supplied with
medicine and treated one week free o!
charge.
This offer also extends to old patients
whether now being treated or having
been treated at any former time. The;
as well aa the new patients all to havt
the benefit of a week's treatment anc
medicines free.
This proposition is made for reason)
above given, and it in intended to be a/
plain and unequivocal as possible. Ad
vertising propositions of a similar char
acter, but more ambiguously worded
have sometimes been made, and patient
responding have found that the adver
liner bad left for himself a loop-hole ty
which he could charge for medicine
while his treatment was free, or fo:
treatment while medicine was free, o
for both while advice was free. It ii
-tatea positively oy jjtb. wpmanu c
Bell, that oo money, will bo accepted to
any canse whatever, at their officea dur
ing the time above mentioned, and the;
wiil be glad to treat any who arc suffer
ing from catarrhal troubles, or an;
kindred disease.
This ofler holds good until April 1
or as long thereafter as Drs. Copeland t
Bell reirain from publishing specific ant
uniform prices for their medicines ant
treatment,
,
Mr. H. L. Snyder, wlo liven In North Wheel
ing, and an employe of \bo N'RturaJ ubm Com
pany, nays: "I hail it-en filleted for thela?
three jear*. 1 had t ains in my head and cbei
and a tired feeling in my limb*. My noro wohI
Atop up. 1 wav constantly annoyed hy bawkln
Hud spHUr.K toclcar my throat of the mucou
that collected there. My etoma h was wak nn<
I ?uaorcd from nausea. Of course in thin cut
dliion 1 had no roli?h for food. 1 nearly alw?y
hid a tired feeling, eipccUlly in the mornln
upon arising.
"I concluded to take trcttracnt from Dn
Copolawl <t Bell and >m glad that I did bo, for
am free from aches and pains in my head nm
body. My head and note are clear, my thriwi
does not trouble me. my appetite is good. tb
tired feeling I experienced haa left mcand 1 an
feeling to day better tnan 1 have felt for years.1
DOCTORS
COPELAND & BEL1
o? T D..^.nnnl nninaa at
(Uig iwvnieu iwmnuvm vuu.va
1121 MAIN STlttKT.
Wheeling, West Virginia,
Whore they treat with success all curable cases
001 co houte?0 to 11a.m.; 2to5p.m., and
7 to ?j p. m. Slluday??9 a. m. to 12 m., and 1 U
* IfpcelalUea?CATARRH and niseaaoi of th<
KYE, KAR, THHOAT and LUNGS.
CONSULTATION freu
Add rem all Uail to DRS. COPELAND & BELL
1121 Main street, Wheeling. W. Va.
Is tho Best Household Remedy Sstant
It is a positive cure for
PILES
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA,
And All Skin Diseases,
An Invaluablo remedy for Wounds, Bums, Swell
lngs, Sores, Croup, Bronchitis, etc.
NO HOME SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Sold by all druppiata nt 50 cents per box. Sond
1 two-cent stomps for froo samplo box and book.
TAR-OID COMPANY,
CHICAGO, ILL.
SQgr\ JAPANESE
fc&^PlLE
Hf CURE
K guarnntood Cure for Pilea of whntovei
kind or degree?Extornal, Internal, Blind
or Bleuding, Itching, Chronic, Recent oi
HeiodiUry. ^1<W.u'on'roMlP''?' Pr'??
Sent by of W?
s0SBB&s?w
tSsnffiSR^
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I k?SS*H?"s
ohm*
3mWL D^OCg
B^S^UL-STDr^aUO. rrh?A?ow_
ters^siS^i^-SsSitjS
g/ni;-'??"?n""i >>.??! :
HTI-BIUOUS PHIS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
F)R 8ALE?FIVE DRAUGHT
Horses and one Wagon. Inquire at No. 17<
Fourteenth street. mrgf
WONTED-ENERGETIC MAN
T with I ICO, aa Bute Agent. Can make Si
a day and expenses Boom K, lhlrd Floor,
front. ia?Har*et street. mrti*
wanted-a girl to cook
i Vt and do General Hot! wwork in a small
family. Good wagea. Inquire at W. O. McOuOrtCKY'd
OYdTKS DAFOr, W Twelfth
street mr24
WANTEly-TEN HONE8T. 80BER
TT and Industrious Men. who can furnish
good rccommendailnus, to sell tho Davla 8ew
kg Machine. Oall on or addreas, J. P. CoLK,
Weston.W.Va. mrii*
WANTED-A SPECIAL AGEN1
wan'ed for each btate In the United
1 Slates to manage. solicit, appoint sub-agents and
. tako exclusive control of territory assigned. Ad
1 dress l<ock Box 60?, city. rnr21
1 VVANTED?STUDENTS FOE THE
m new Bhorthand and Typewriting 8choo:
to bo established lu this city the first of April
i Ihcse branches will be thoroughly taught by i
[ practical titenograpber and exp?rienced teacher
Terms reasonable. Call on or address. Homing
ton Typewriter Headquarters, 1309 Market street
' C'arle Broi) mr2<
[ Y)0 YOU TRAVEL?
I If 10, You WuiOFikd No Bitter assobtxes'
or Kick Wabeb than am Shown Biobt a'
i Home by
. ewing bros.,
. mr24 1215 Markot Bt.. opp. McLure House.
* piANO MOVING.
* Persons wishing to have their Planoa cart
* fully moved on about April 1, will ploaae leav
their orders with
I .. i? Trr DiTTMKP ,e. no
> tnrti " ? "?
p J^AbTER OPENING.
^ The underilgnert will open a large end h?ni
r Mint. selection of SfBItfO HATH and BONNItT
. oa Thursday and Friday, March 26 and 27. AI
the latest novelties In women's head wear an
V many articles of fancy work. All are invited.
E. SCHOPPER,
I mr21-Ttb4S Wo. 1108 Main street.
yy anted.
j Immediately, a good single Man, Gcrma
> preferred. Ono who understand* Oardenin
thoroughly, and how to make himself general!
useful. Good wages. Place Are miles froi
city. Must have reforcnco. AdJreu,
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mado by photographing tho old pages.
mr24 DAW*
i Por Sale.
Tho two-story Brick Dwelling on northeas
corner of Tweuty-ilxih and Koff streets. Tbl
Is a good nnd substantial house with a goo<
brick ?tablo In reir, and will be Bold at abou
. what the house alono would cost to build.
. Viame house containing six rooms at 6UJ Mar
, ket street.
' Brick bouso obtaining six rooms at 173 Six
? tccnth street .. ? ? .
3 Building lots at Pleasant Valley, on Nationa
road. Choice location above i-1ku water.
Building lots on McColioch street, Ahra
' iriuaren north of ix>ntrtl Glass Works. Pron
. ?>G0uptofW0. Hpieudid building sites. Nevei
bothered witb floods.
I Building lots on cast end of Fourteenth ant
Fifteenth meets.
Building lots on Twenty-ninth street, easto
McColioch street, |WO.
Four roomed house, No. 1819 Wood street
11,200.
Eight roomed dwelling, with large yar'J, li
Martin's Perry. Very cheap. . .
Six roomed house with ball, bath room, bo
and cold water, at 1C6J McColioch street, a
much leis than cost.
A new five roomed brick house on nortbwca
corner of Eleventh and Koffsuct-ts, f 1,650.
Country residence with nine nnd a quarte:
acres of ground, at Elm Grove, ilfteen minute!
walr from station. House contain* eight rooms
Good cellar, cistern and splendid well
Natural gas. Large stable, l'ard containi
i beautiful shade trees, shrubbery. etc., etc
Large orchard and good garden. Ihlspropert]
fronts MX) feel on the National road. Will sel
us a whole or dlvldo it. nituated on a beautlfu
elevation, with natural drainage.
A fifty acre farm on Fairmont pike, nlnt
miles from this oitjr. Good houso, stable ant
outbuildings. Forty acres in blue grass. Li?<
I h to tie land. Price fi,760.
A vegetable fsrm on Ohio river, no bettei
I ground, will grow anything, containing twenty
, ono acres. Good houio. Five minutes' walk U
nation. 8ix miles from Wheeling.
TO LET.
etoreroora 10M Msrket street.
Six-roomed bouse at '200 North 1 ork street.
Hcven roomed house 6t South York street.
Flro*roomcd booko, W North Huron street.
Six-roomed houie, South Elm street.
G. O. SMITH,
mr24 Rest Estate Awnt, 1239 Market street.
PUBLIC SALE
?or?
Valuable Lots!
I will offer lor sale at Publio Auction on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1891
at lO o'clock a, m.,
35 BUILDING LOTS,
IN BOWELL'S ADDITION TO ELM GROVE
These lota aro desirably located and wel
drained, and in every respect will mako flni
residence nlacea. being but a few minutes' wall
from tbo Elm Grove motor line.
Do not purchaso elsewhere until yon have ex
I amlned them lots.
Plats can be had by calling on J. C. Hervey
auctioneer, or at tho ImiLLiuiNCktt or JtfoUlc
office. *
Pornnni rimlrlntr tn Attend the rale will be fur
riihed tickets free of 'chaw by calling at th?
Wheeling 4 Kim Grovo Kali road office on mora
Ins of Hale.
Tikms or Bale:-One-third cash, balanoo in
two equal Installments. payable in six and
twelTO months. with interest, negotiable notei
secured by deed of trust on lota purchased to be
glren for deferred payment*.
A. S. HOWELL.
J. C. HERVfiY, Auctioneer. mr!9
If Mi (rial Mart W diMKrtlr m lu ?<*?. dm to IMI
?MM iImU to m muw ?k? Ik*
T"
If the lint* tn this diamond Arm? do
not appear cqnnllv black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of
tight that dulses ncrvaua licad-ache and
should bo corrected at onco. Eyes tested
free.
Optical Department in charge of competent
Opticas.
I. C. DILLON & CO.,
fegl No. 1228 Mtrfcel BtreeL
^yiEE WOKK FOB OFFICES,
Wire Work for Builders,
Wire Work for Cemeterlea, Wire Work for
Houses, Wire Work of Every Description.
WIRE WORKS, 1707 KOFF BT.
Telephone 147. W, B. ALZJBON.
aU26-TTliai
GEO. It. TAYLOR-8PBIKI
G. F
*
Having receive
sale my new impo
i and Summer Goc
respectfully call
same and invite tl
judgment of the 1:
sic value and eleg
r my Parisian Nov
tal Fabrics, as
products of Ameri
e
Prominent amc
dented display of
ing is my stock o
Foreign Dr
Fmhrnirifir
' Zephyr Gin
Q
Organdies,
i Jackets am
New Mark<
Waists,
Parasols,
Grenadines
Cheneille C
Lace Curte
Ladies' Can
INViTATIOf>
! GEO. R 1
1 II. EM8HEIMKR. SPI
: Special to
2,OOOTHOMPSON'8Glov0 Flti
i for Ladles, Misses, and Childre
Splrlta, Royal Worcester, P. N
; Waists at popular prices,
; NEW IS
New Conner
etsand Blazer
and Misses f(
' Positive ban
dies' and Chi
derwear, Was!
Tea Gowns. Ct
infants' com;
22 pieces, for
xjjS'jji- 4ua
| LACES I LACI
Wo show over 100 patterns
1 Flounclngs in Black, from SOc
; yard.
Hamburg Embroideries, 600
form, from 2c to $2 a yard, Hei
and Fancy, at popular prices. .
H, EMSK
. 18 and 20 E
GREAT CLOTHING AND S
ili > Jt=S. Jtr"
Great Clothing i
eiGAJfTIC FAILCBESI TB
W-Tho great sale of PINE CLOTniNG and BE
8T8m Brldgo Cornor, Wheeling. W. Va.
The failure of several leading houses in the
upon thousands of dollars' worth of KINK CLOT
any price to ralie money for hungry creditors
Rlcnic. We wero there and got our fihare.and a
oned in this section, and ns wo expect a heavy ti
short, quick work or it. These goods must bo sol
, are gone. This la fair warn In/, and If you ml*
and 8H0KB at leu tban one-third and one balf pri
an array of extreme bottom figures never before i
Or insolvent, no matter whether cuh or credit, w
and ileal what they may before the bolt falls-It
and mean It to bo FINAL. DKC1B1VR And CKU'U
FACTS, aud FIGURES that WILL NOT AND CAN
A Cyclone-Mi
Men's 14 60 PulUi go at this sale at ? 37 I
Men's 16 and 16 60 suits at. a un
Men's 10, to M and 17 8uiU at ? :? 87
Men's 98 and <8 60 hultt at. ? ? AO |
II you can match these goods for lets thsn donl
us by returnlug tbe same and we will cheerfully r
as we can make it, and wo mean exactly what we i
A Whlripool?I
Men's f I Good Working Pants at~...... 4 H |
Men's tl 60. fl 75 and ft Pants at.... U7
Men's S3 Pant*, o\ir Great Leader, at...-.- 1 1H |;
Again we xtske you the ofler?thst Is, wo herel
goods we sell if not rally ratlsfactory in every sens
tin nrlrai TKIa nfTnr antillm to uvnrvlhinv u<a anil
A Crash-Boys* 8
dot*' 40c Pants, a great bargain, at. 10c 11
; Boy*' tCc Pants, big sellers, at. 20o I
1 Boys' flSc Pants, extra value, *1. Sflc ( 1
Boy*' fl 40 Suita, a special drive, at 87c 11
Our large store nurd with goods to overilowln
Bed Flag. Aoctlon and Hhoriflr Bales will turn ou:
to sec. cut this out.
An Explosion?
Men's fl 40 8hoes, at big drive, at ~.S 75 I!
Men's ft 76 Congress Bhoca, London tlpU 1 101
Men's ft "ft Lare bboea. Globe tipt..... 1 1011
Men's 12 Pine Dress Bboes 1 S511
K*member onr offer?we mean full satisfaction
bargain dealers here to stay and propose to hold y
A 8urprlso-Ladl<
Ladles' ft 25 Fine Bern Congress Shoes? 4011
Ladles' 1160 choes, abarssln 87 1
Ladles' ft 75 K Id Button oboes, a leader... 07 ]
Ladles' f2 2ft Fine Kid Button nhoea......... 1 SO |
These spot cash thunderbolts thrown upon ou:
wonderful success, and the public, looking for full
gains, and business hnas at a rate that big profits
' An Bye-Opener-C
Children's 40o Kid Button Bbo? IOo| (
Children's 60c Kid Button Shoes - S0c I (
Children's ttc Kid Button Hhoca....^, ... 37c ]
Children's Wo Kid Button Shoes......... - 48c |
Merchants Invited. We are prepared to quota ]
your money at our p?lcee-or what is better, you t
BOB! NE83. We make money by buying only bargi
logon a small profit at hall price and leas. Wecai
A Racket-What \
Hand'ohtets at 1,2,8,4 and Ic np.worth doable. IS
Men's Half-Hose at 2,8.5 and 8c; bargains. 1
Ladles' Hose at 4,6.8andl0c; half price. | A
It will pay yon to come 100 miles to attend this
or too may not set In. These bargains will go fa
bring It along and we will give yon a present for ]
ilia 13a 3P(
CORNER MAIM AND TENTH STREETS, Br
Stores at Stenbenville, O., II* II air*. O.,
and U0S Market Street, Wheeling, W. Ta
3 AND BUMMER GOODS.
T.
d and placed on
Ttation of Spring
>ds, I would very
attention to the
he discriminating
adies as to intrin;ance
of styles ot
elties and Orienwell
as the best
ican looms.
>ng the unprecethe
present offerf
ess Goods,
ies,
igham,
d Capes,
3ts,
r
* '
>>
Curtains,
tins,
ibric Underweai
J TO ALL.
rAYLOR.
ICIAL CORSET SALE.
m m:
pieces to select from, in bool
-natitched Lawns, White, Blatl
An immense variety.
[eTmer,
Seventh St.
IIOE SALE?E. B. POTTS.
OTTS'
and Shoe Sale!
KMENDOCS SACRIFICES!
[OEfl Is now going on at MAIN AND TZNTE
> tnulo hM thrown upon the market thousand
BING AND BHOiSihat had to bo sacrificed a
The market glutted and cash buyers having i
ow nroDose to quote i-rlce* never before men
avel through our store, *o are golug to mak<
a at once, so don't wult until the best bargalm
I this GRgAT CYCLONE of FINK CLOTOINC
co, the fault will be your own. We quote yot
mentioned by any home ANYWHERE, solvent
bother buying to break and rob their credlton
matters not?wo placo these figure* before yot
urn*, in iia uiiappruncuaoio, waa ana aiuoDori
NOT LIE.
sn's Pine Suits.
Men's 90 and 110 Sultf ?SB 8J
Men's 111 and M 60 Hulls at. 0 Oi
Iten'a8i2and IHhuIta at...... 7 Of
Men's 916 tnd 916 Suits at u 8fl
t?le our prices In this city, yon will much oblige
efand your money. This Is as plain and fan
ay.
Men's Pants.
Wen's ts 60 and f4 Pants at St fla
ken's >160 tndW 75 Pants at . 1 OR
Men's96 and 15 60 Pants at.. * oa
t>y guarantee to refund you the money (or any
0 of the word, and worth doubln the amountol
ults and Pants.
Boys' II60 Suits, a leader, at... ............ 08
Hoys' It 75 tnd ft Drew Suits at.* 1 IS
Soys' *2 60 Pine Dr?*a Suits at 1 0a
Soys' IS and 13 59 flno Urea Suit* at 1 8fi
g. Theao sledge hammer bargains from the
r atoro into a hornet's nest that will be a sight
Men's Shoes.
ten's 92 Congress Dress Shoes, London
tlpt ? ?Si ss
lien's 92 60 Pino Drew Shoes.................... 1 40
Hen's 92 Dress Shoes, best for the price... 1 OS
1 In every lnstanco or monoy refunded. Wo are
our tnuie.
bs' Fine Shoes.
juHes' 9280 Fine Kid Button Bhoe*.........tl 87
-adlea' 12 60 Fine Kid Adclit Shoes. 1 40
adles' 13 Very Pine Kid Button Uhoes l 87
r counters from day to day are the cause of our
ralue for every dollar, is catching on to our bar*
are out of the question.
hltdren's Shoes.
Children's 91 Kid Button Shoes 09c
Children's ll 'JO Button School bhoes.....^ 78c
liases' |187 Button Shoes 87c
prices yon never heard before. You can double
an self at a fair profit tnd DOUBLE YOUR
tins from Auction and BherifTs Sales and sell*
I't aflord to rob our customers.
tfe Give Away.
luspenders stC, 0,12tnd 16cup; leaden,
(en's Shins at 10, 26 snd 80c up: big sellers.
Sen's and Boys' Hats at half-price and less,
great Sale. Everything must go. Come early
iter than be can got them. Cut this oat and
rour trouble.
OTT8.
Idga Corner, Wheeling, W. Ta. IIranch
Martin'. Parry, O.. Parkcrsburg, W. Vm.,
fell
amusements.
OPERA HOUSE/
Monday and Tuesday, March 23 and 24.
The Season's Only Big Success!
Bronson Howard's Greatest Triumph.
SHENANDOAH,
AMERICA'3 OREATEST CRAZK.
"Better than the Henrietta."?New York Herald.
.Shenandoah Is n Harden of Lore Making
and BraTO Deeds.?The Scene of
Shenandoah Valley In Beautiful.
A COMPLETE CAST OF PLAYERS?PRESEN
TED IN THE SAME MANNER
A8 BEEN FOR OVKR
300 SIGHTS 1H NEW YORK CITI 300.
Paicis?Reserved seats 11. Admission 75 and
fiOcent*. Halo of seat* commences Fridsy, Jtarcb
20iataAiHoustt|i^iuiloStore^^i^!mrl8
FOIi HKNT,
OR RiiNT?FODK KOOM8 TO
family without children, luquiro at No.
1600 Market street. mr2g?
i?or rent-store room, cor.
A? Third and Main streets. Apply to E.
ROPY, HOC Main street. del
For rent-a grocery store
with fixtures and residence. Inquire of
OSO.KLKEU. Fulton. mrtO
Furnished rooms?no. 1102
Chapllno St., bet. E.evemh and Twelfth.
The lessee will i^ke possession of the above
named centrally located and oonmodlous premises
April 1. Toe rooms are very pleasant and
will bo newly and handsomely Jurnishod
throughout lor permanent lodger*, It being the
ln'entlon to maintain a first claw house In
cvo*y respect. For further Information apply at
felVrrlUB 1133 CHAPLINE STREET. yOR
RENT.
.Urge Business Room. Posrenlon when^fln
lBDCii. win nave a iromagu 01 o< iobi. uo ???? .
street, 200 feet on Tenth street and t>7 feet on
Market stroet. Will rent as a whole or divide
into business rooms of any size, not lets than 22
by 67 feet.
JAMES L. HAWLEY,
tc2C HJU Mtlq Itmet.
UOR KENT.
X? K>S8F83IOKAFRlI?llt.
An elegant summer residence m the best part
of Pleasant Valley. Two story brir k, ten rooms
and wash hou?e, four rooms. Also stabio room.
Orchard and garden, two to three acres. Datura!
gHK. Suitable lor ouoor two families.
A Hue 160 acre farm near Kim Grove. Will rent
to right party on long lease, or sell on ea?y
terms.
A two story brick dwelling, eight rooms, on
Markot street, below Eighth aud Ninth streets.
A small brick hoaso.four rooms, la Alley Ten.
A tine large front room on Market street, sulta>
ble for office.
A two story frame resldfct.ee, eight rooms and
bath room, Zane street, Island.
C. A. SCHAEFER& CO.,
r rorH Cor. Fourteenth aud Market srects.
FOlt SALE.
BARGAIN.
$500 will buy lot fifty feet front, on North York
street.
GEO. J. MATHISON,
(
mr23 1210 Chapllne Street.
gT00K8 FOB SALE.
18 shares Clllzena' Ballway Company.
8 shates Wheeling Hallway Company.
60 shares Laughlln Nail Co.
8u&l)*reft Ben wood Iron Works.
10 shares Peabodjr Imuranco Company.
20 shares Frank 1 fn Insurance Company.
10 shares Rlectric Light aud Power Company, j
R.H. IRWIN.
mrH Broker, No. 24 Twelfth Street. I
= PORSALK
LARGE LOT. corner Market and Twontyfonrth
streets; desirable for manufacturing site.!
8EVEN ACRES near Elm Grove; desirable for
gardening.
W. V. BOOB A BBO.
defl moo Market Street, |
gMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty-four acres, rich soil, good
Improvements, tine orchard of choice fruit,
good dwelling house and good barn. Situated
closotoSt. dalrsvllltf, Belmont county, Ohio
Cheap and easy terms.
R. T. HOWELL,
Insurance and Seal fcatato Agent. >
dot Bridgeport, Ohio.
pOR SALE.
Bma will bo received oy ino unaenugneu uuui
April 1,1891, for the material la and removing
from the premises during tho month of April,
leaving only bats and plssUrlng for filling, the
two brick bouics fronting on Main street and
Immediately north of Market alley or Alley
Seven (7), and all tho brick buildings west of
aud between thorn and tbo abutment of tho
brldgo.
WHEELING BRIDGE COMPANY.
Per J. E. Huobm, Secretary,
1211 Market Bt., Wheeling, W. Va. mr23
STOCKS AND BONDSFOR SALE
fiO shares of tho Wbcollng Pottery.
15 shares of Riverside Iron Worka.
20 shares Henwood Nail Company.
f 10 shares Peatody Inauranco Company.
z bonds heeling Bteel Works fl.ooueaoh.
10 ahares iKtua Iron and Sieel Oompany.
15 sharea Uelmont Nail Works.
12 shares Ice and Storage stock.
< THOMAS O'BRIEN,
< Secretary W. T. A T. Co. and Broker, Boom 1,
Belliv Building, Market atreet. Telepone &69.
mrlO
piFTY YEAR BIX FEB CENT
COLD BOND8 FOR SALE I
A limited number of Whtellnr Bridge A To
mlnal Railway Company six rtr cent first moiv
. gage fifty year Gold Bonds are hereby oflere*
- for sale. The*e bonds are securod by a deed ol
trust on the Brldgo Terminal tracks and othei
, property of this company, and are believed to
bo a good, safe and permanent investment. In
toreat payable laJf yearly. Apply to
GEO. W.ECKUARTjJR,
Cashier People's Bank, or
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
ocM Real Estate and Stock Broaflf.
FOR SALE.
j Engine and Boiler.
i , .
; ENGINE, 7x12 Inch Cylinder,
i Slide Valve.
BOILER, 10 feet long, 28
i Inches In diameter, with one
[ 10 Inch flue.
?
Call on or address
THE INTELLIGENCER,
WHEELING, W. TA.,
Where It Can b? Nwii In Opfrs'lAB. i
BOOKS, STATIONKKY. KTO.
new"books 1
OLD CITYBOOKSTORE
MANUAL OP INSTRUCTION FOR LOCOMO- j
T1VE ENGINEERS AND F1REMKN, by Goo. H. !
Baker, 16 mo. nlo.. 91. ,
CRUISING IN THE CASCADK8 and other
Artveature?,8To. clo., by SnleldB. 11- \
SHOOTING* ON UPLAND AND MARSH, by \
Shields, 8 to, clo, Illustrated, 93 BO. J
JAMKSON'B 8TORY OK THE REAR COLUMN. ]
Latte 8 yxm Illustrated, ? 50. {
BBOPPKLL'B MODERN HOUSES, *1,000 |
and as,ooo Cottages, paper SI.
Any of the ibove mailed on receipt of prloe.
Stanton & Davenport '
JJ00K8, PEEI0DI0AL8, I
Stationery, Blank Books
And Notions. Newspapers and Magailnee at
publUbcrs' rates, dolivored anywhere. A large
stock of cheap Pooks. The Pltuburgh Dispatch,
lfeper week; 20c lnclodlngrtunday.
C.B. 00IM BY,
DO YOU WANT A SITUATION T
HAVE YOO ANYTHING T08ELLT If so, f
Adrtrtlse In tha INTELLIGENCER.
PROPOSALS.
PH0P0SAL9 FOR DUMP &COWB
o. a EnoiMju arm,, run????
?i?ca?. 1M. ? !?! In
lor tht conalroot on ;nd 4?ll?rj ol t?o ln~ J
Scowl for ua. wlUi tlmlm on th.. tour",,
mitnt ol the Ohio KlTer. will b. mwlTM] at ihli
ofllcf unlll la n. on Uondar. il l cih ItTif
April, IHI, uid iben 0p.nW. All iLlorai'lon
furalabed on appllomil-n. Hit aitaouoa
bUMer. l> Inrlirt lo lit Kt. ..I Cuum, . '
proTMl February 'J6, 18H?. and Febrnarr a iwi
WK. X. MKHUILL, Lieut. Col ..I Ktiitllu^V,. *
mr?Hlr.;Vatrjn
JJROPOSALS.
proposal! twill bo received for the erection
anil completion ol a Are atory atone. brick and
terra nottaottico building lor the l'eabody In?ur*nc?
Company, fronting 110 feet on Market
street, Wheeling W. Va.
Bid* will oloao at 1 o'clock p. m. on the cth
day of April, itfl.
Drawings aud ipcclllcatloni can l* teeu at
the ofllce ol
EDWARD B. FRAN2HEIM.
Architect, Wheeling, W.Va.
Tho right la rocerred by thu building coamlttcc,
through the architect, to reject any or
allbldn. mrU
8ToiJiiioiii)i;iw .MKi:ri\(is.
Q.KEEN WOOD CEMETERY. ~
The annual election for Directors of Green*
vreod Cemetery, to aerve for tho ensuing year,
will be held at No. 35 Twelfth Hftet, Jranklla
Insurance Comnauy'B building, trom li o'cloc*
a. m. to 12 m. Thurslay, Match 20. twi.
C. U. MEKKKL,
ftu'Tlary.
PITTSBURGH,WHEELING & HEX.
IDCKY BA1LBOAD COMPANY.
Wiiulino, W. Va., March 11.1891.
Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Pittsburgh. Wheeling A Kentucky kailrotd
Company will be held at the principal office of
the compauj, lu the City ol Wheeling, w. Va.,oa
THU1WDAY, MARCHSC, 1831.
at 1 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of holding aa
election lor dlrcctora to aervu for tho cuiulnf
year, and the tranhaction of such other buiiness
1 ah may properly come below thu meeting.
mrli B. B. LlKUKTT. Assistant 'metary.
COM MISSION*Kits' 8AI.V
/COMMISSIONERS' SALE. ~
in the Circuit Court or Ohio County.
LouUh Moudermann,
Administratrix oi William Sou
dcrmaiiu, deceasod, In Chancery.
Ilcnry Miller etM.
By virtue ol , iters* entered in the citnilt
Court of Ohio ( oniry In the above entitled
causoou the With day of February, l-S'.'l, the un
dcraigncd spsclal commiisloi m win wii at
Eublic auction. at the north front dooroltha
ourt UouMi of Ohio County, lu the citv of
Wheeling, W. Va, ou c"y 01
SATURDAY, the 18th 1UY of APRIL, MM,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.. the ioNowlti
properly, that Is to My: l.oi nucii?red ?ix in
nqtiarc numbeit d twenty m ht. tu that t*rt of
the Kald city of Wheeling called South Wheellni
except a strip oU the south tide of ??ld lot ei<ht
feet In width ou. Jacob slr.*t and xtendiar
back of that uniform width the lull depth of
the lot, it* south lino bcln^ the eouth lineoi
the lot. bald lot fronts on tne eau >lde u( Jamb
street between Fortieth and For;y tint ?trwt
and there la up m the part of aald lot to be wld
two bulldlngi fronting ti|>on Jacob atreet one
being a brick and Use otbrr frame. The Mid lot
will le offered an a whole ai.d In tun i?rrtn
and sold in wblcnever way thu lichen prka
can b? realized therefor.
Tkrxs or tiALE:-Oue-third of the purefcm
money, or as much more thereof r.? the purchaser
may elcct to pay lu ra?b on tee day of ?ak
and the rexidue in two equal installments paraU#
rea ertivoly in nine aud eigbtceu xnoutbifrom
day off ale. the deterred installment* to bear Interest
ant to bo evlaenred by th?- uatesoltfcs
purchaser with personal security thereon istlifactory
10 "hi special commissioners, aud tttle
to be retalnoa until tho purchase money u paid
In full.
T.J. HUGUSsnd
ALFRK1) CALDWELL,
Special Commissioners.
I, John W, Mitchell. Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of Ohio county, W. Va., do hereby certify
thatboud and security ban beeu itlveu by u?e
abovo namod apeclal commissioner* is requited
by law and said deciee, and conditioned sc?rd?
log lu law.
JOHN W. WITCH ELL, Clerk.
J. c. Hkbvkt, Auctioneer. mri2
/COMMISSIONER'S 8ALK
yj OF 81XrKKNTti STREET PROPERTY.
People's Bank, ")
vs. > In Chaueery.
Benjamin Exley, Er., J
Under and in pursuance of a decree made on
tho 'id day of June, lbW, by the Circuit Court ol
Ohio county, In tbu above entitled catne, th?
undersigned appointed special commiuloner
for tne purpo>o will on
TUESDAY, APBlLfelsl, 1KU,
at tho front door ol the Court House ol Ohio
oounty, otter at publlcsale to the highest bidder,
all the estate, right, title aud Interest tf Hid
Benjamin Exley in, to and of thu wrn half of
lot numbered V8i on tho north side of Mxteenth
street lu tho addition to thu town of WbeeilM
laid out by Nosh Zaue, J'anlrl fiteeurod and
others (which half lot Is thirty fe^t lu width)
except tho ea?t twenty eight feet and ten Inchea
Of said west half lot aud also lot numbered 21
ou the north *!do of Sixteenth street in the fame
scribed us follows: BegiuuluK ut a point ou the
orlh Bide of Blxtcentn street at the wiutb end
of a line rutmiug from tl)? north side ol biz*
toenth street to Alloy 13, which rune :* twolcet
nine inches west of tho west brick wall ot houw
amber 85 on eJxtceutb street and run* northwardly
from the uorth side of Six.tenth street
and parallel with .the west brick ?all oi ?s!d
house to Alley 18; thence westwardl/ with the
south linn of Alley 13 to the vast lino oi lot
number 2M: thence southwardly and alone the
east lino of lot number 2*4 to Sixteenth itrect;
tbenco eastwaidly alorig the uorth Hide ol tlxtoenth
street to the plane of beginuiug.
'i KRMs or Sai,x:?wue third of the purrbus
money aud such farther sum as the purchaser
may elect lu hand, the balance in oijusl Installments
at one and two years from the il?y ol
sale, the purcnuser giving bond for the- deferred
Installments, with security approved br the
special oommlsslouor, wild bontm to bear Interest
from date aud the title to be retained until
payment of the purchase money In full.
W. V. 11 u MB ADD,
Special Cotnmluiouer.
I hereby certify that bond aud security his
been given as required by law by William P.
Hubburd, the special commissioner in the shore
entitled causo.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,
Clerk Circuit Court Ohio County.
' MABCH 10,1881. m?o
TllUSTtiK'S SAIjK.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A VALui
JL til?K POTTERY WORKS I.N WHEELING,
By vl'rtne of a deed of trust made by West
Virginia China Company to mo as trustee. btsr*
lug date ihe 25th day of January, A. J>. INfl, snd
recorded in tho Clerk's Ofllce ol the County
Court of Ohio County, West Virginia, in Deed of
Trust Book No. !i8. ou psgt* 1. 2.* &*nd 6-1
will proceed to sell at public sale at the front
door of the Court llousu of said county, is the
City of Wheeling, West Virginia, on
8ATUBDAY, Till 18711 DAY Of Al'SIU A. D. l?l.
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m? tho following itscribed
property, that is to Kay: A certain
Elece or parcel of land in the Firm ward ol tho
ity of Wheeling, West Virginia, lying and fcing
immediately north of the property of the
eauusof David Garden, deceased, *e?tol Mala
street and south of fourth street (formerly
called Bank street) and east of tho Ohio river,
being a part of ihe same property conteiw ?
Walter B. Brooks, trustee, by John J. Jnncs,
trustee, by cecd dated the 26th dsy of AOfliit,
A. D. l8Vh, and now of record lu the Clerk
offloo of the County Court of Ohio County, A?t
Virginia. In Deed Book No. M. on |**es IMsod
185, and being also the same piece o! projertr
that was couvejcd by William L Hmtosm
Thomas O'Brien, trustees, to said W est\. irg pis
China Company by deed bearing date the lata
day of beptember. A. D. IfcM.awl ol record in
the said Clerk's ofllce of said County Court of
Ohio County, in Deed Book No. w), <'upa*e|&
I will at tho same time and place sell all of the
machinery, flzturcs. tools aud moulds ol the
aid Wat Virginia China Company, at the worts
of naid company, situated upon the above ?
^hepwSj'loV'land descried above contain
about two a^res and one-half of land aud h*?
apou it a largo and complete pottery worn,
which Is practtcally new, baring been in opera*
tlon less loan iwo rear*. ,,,-hus
Tfftui or Saw?One-third of the pnreM*
money, or as rnuch mora as the purchwer bij
elect to pay, cash lu liand on thu day of wj
the residue in two equal instalment*. i?sjg
In one and two year* trom the day of ssie.uw
deferred Instalments to be secured to the mu*
faction of the underalgned trustee by gltuf
lien on the propertv sold.
ft>12 JOHN D. CULnBRTHON. Tra>t<*_
TKUSTEE'S 8ALK OF VALUABLE
"HIGH WATER MAKK"
By vir.no of a deed of tMist made by ?Mg
Marsh, sud Margaret A. Mar?h. hl? wife. OrtJJ
Marsh, aud Samti Marsh, hi* wife. t;i> mess W*
tee, hearing dato Augu*t 26. A I).
recorded in the clerk's ofllce of theUromy^
af Ohio county, W. Va.. in Deed cI lru?t*?"
Mo. 22, psge JW, I will icil on
SATURDAY, tho 25th DAY of APR1U *7
beginning at lOo'cleck a. in., the tollgjW?
wrlbed property, that i? to My: A 1 tut
>r parcel of ground situate In tho
ihe city of Wheeling, Ohio roD;
tnd known as portions of lots ^0ltha!h, iB.
)Ut lot* No. V8 and .!>, together with 1wfg
movements thereon. consiMinjc o! a two
irick dwelling, brick stable and otter-wj
louses, it being the same prpi*rty <u hrigg"
xmveyed to tne said Bajph Marah ?ui1
Harsh, by Henry M. Ru?*eJI, i
nlssloner, by deed bearing dste fljjgj??, ubi?
874, and of record in tho c.erl * cfflceoi ja
nunty, W. Va., In Doed Book No.Oi, ps|ts ?
md 859.
TW|0' BU,;-CThAOOO BKTfflWn.
mrtO Tnj!?.
VVALUABLE PROI'EHXi' FOB
wHUeUit tho Court How In
irooke county, West Vlrtftils.oa
IATURUAY, THE 28th DAY OK MARCH,
110 o'clock a. m., the fsrm belooKjn*
tore Wining Company. known ai u?e Jjjg
arm, sitnated at noilWay's (ore, u .
wo hundred snd fifty sera*. The 1 . t Ji(,
L R. runs through tno fata *?,r
ibout seventy-flvo sere* creek tottoffl.
irmlng and gnulng laud, t Lr' .jUBd?w?
hree reins of coal, two of Arc cl?J.?ussEssssf
ss.*^ -10 *
?o?4 throo T?nwltbl gggj^. InalWl

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