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The Wheeling daily intelligencer. [volume] (Wheeling, W. Va.) 1865-1903, March 26, 1891, Image 3

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HEAL ESTATE.
'For Sale.
The two rtory Brick Ivwellin* on northou
corner of Twentj ?i*th and Eoff atreeta. ThJ
l,i ?**! and suoatantlal houMj wiih a goo
trick itable in rear, and will be told at abov
* ?b*i the home alone would coat to build.
K* -3*- botiM! containing aiz rooms at lw Mai
*c! itreet. . ,
Urirk houne containing alz roomi at 178Sii
^Building lot* ??t Pleasant Vallojr, on Nation*
Choice iocatlorvabofe tdgh water.
HuMiug lota ou MrColIoch atreet, Hire
juare* north of ?eniral (Jlaaa Worka. Proa
$mjO up to lvt' iplcudld building sites. iwej
bothered wltn llooda.
Kuii'itii/ ?u east end of Fourteenth an<
fifteentb ?i/e?ta.
BtiilUiuff lou on Twenty-ninth atreet, eaato
3(cCollocb afuet. WO.
Kour roomed home, So. 1819 Wood atreet
' t},JW.
tinbt roomed dwelling, with largo yarJ, Jx
)i?rtiu Ferry. Vtrr<h*ap.
nx roomed hoare with ball, bath 'room, bol
an>t eol'i ? ?ur, at lCCt UcColioch atreet. al
curb lew than C*t
j ntw five r-i'imrd hrlrk bottie on northweef
conn-rot t :erei.tb and Hull'streets, I l,C60.
Country n>l ?eue- wlib nine and a quartet
tcrui of xround, at Kirn tirove, fifteen mioutcf
nit from itaiion House contain* vJuht roomn
Good cellar, cittern end splendid well.
Natural h*"- I.?w> stable. Yard contain!
UauUfu! ?fcade trees. Mi rubbery, etc., etc,
Urjceorchard and gtiod Harden. 'ihli .property
front* 600 f? el ?<n the National road, wiifaefi
ua whole ordirnlo it -?ituau?d on a beautiful
titration, With natural drainage.
a li'.'ty iicri* farm ou Fairmont pike, nlm
rnlie? tton thiJ city. Good liouto, *table and
ouioaililiia'v forty a?re< lu blue gnu*. Lino
1 uiilc Unn on'ohlo river, no better
gwuuA,willKfOTtujthin*,containing twentyone
ic;e?. OiKHl hotue. Five minuter walk to
itttlju. fiii milt* from Wheeling.
TO LET.
ftoreron'D 1CM Market street.
Pi* r<x>nsetl at '.*W Norih York atreet.
Hiin roomed iioiifco />' Koutb York street.
>-1V( .rr.omtd tioutc. W North Huron street.
Kix-rconud houie, South Kim atreet.
C. O. SMITH,
Hex! iMnte 'g?'nt? 1229 Market atreet. .
For Rent.
A MONTH
No. JUS Alley C, rr-oms - ~^? ft 00
No. /?; Alley C.2rooms ~ ? ft 00
No. V) Eighteenth street, store room ..... 10 00
No. :*ul'J Main atreet, store room.
No. Main street,?toro room.
No. ?IW Main street. Mora ruom.
So. JMJ Warren atreet 9 00
FOR SALE.
No. 1116 Eoffstrect, seven roomed frame.
lioiuo, fccrotxn-l '.'0x 10) feet. 91,700.
VI share* Riverside Glasa Works titock.
tin. v. Ality i>, coiner Alley Band Alley5.
^Ntw. aiw and 2021 Main street..
lh Ami of 14ind 1 mile east of Elm Grove.1
Promsaoout MJU fret on National road, with
four rooaii <l frame house and 200 Fruit Tieoa.1
Price, Il>o0 cl?
No. 24i n Chap'.lne street '
lot :o by 130 Kit, Kim (irovo I 275
No, Main srrcet, Business honso and I
ilaollli'K. sixteen rooms
No*. M iiij'I <>' Alley 10 ....... 1,600
No*, v.k-j <ii'l -'.'06 diamine atreet 3,'JOO
No. JCUi Mc<.'olloch street ..... 2.U00
No. 3UW McC'olloch atreet.. 1,GOO
No. IW1 Hiitl lO.'H MhIii atreet...MM.....HMM...M
No. :'liu ami 211'.' Muln street
No. v.< I Htul JCdJ Muln atreet ..... No.
->'a>I Market street..*. 2,GOO
No. 10.'?McUOifocfi street 3,1*0
No. '.?> Ohio street 2,800
No. 1?0Sooth I'cun aueet 2,0U0
No.ro North Front sticct?ground 60 by
about -ttw feet 3,600
No. lull Chspllne atreet 2.3U0
No !?<H KolTstreet. ................. 2.600
No. 1U& Eoffstrect - 2,BOO
fit ;*ti (hapllne atreet - 1.400
No.Will Woods street. 1,300
No :f?i Wood* street ............. 1,300
Lot* in Jnmcs Carney's heirs' addition 800
No. -M/Aj Main streets ..... 1,200
James A. Henry,
Real KmUto Agent, U. 8. Claim Attorney,
pin?.; 1612 Market atreet.
For JS?tle>Fix
roomed boine, In splendid condition.
on Market atreet. betwicu Twenty third
ai.il Twenty-fourth streets f3,GOO
Seven-roomed limine, No. 4314 Koff street... 3,10C
Jjonb'e bik house, In splendid condition,
Jtcob mi'i Mtieteenth streets, rooms
? 4.650
Trn'ronmc'V ii< uVc. 712 jjalu street. Z! 1500
Six-roomed house, 202 N. York street 7,000
Seven rooineo house, 204 N. York street 1,600
Six-roomed brick home, lu goodcoudition,
'.'ti.O ireot. 3.CC0
Four roomed houso on Wood* street, between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
streets ?? 1,000
Nino-roomed brick house, 2.151 Market st...* a,60U
Four-ioomed h-nue on Twenty-third street
I'otwi'iui Kod'and Jacob streets 1,200
Three-roomed house, lu good condition,
Hn-t ward ........ 900
Three-roomed house, 2110 Wood street 1,050
Four roome<l brick houxe, No 25UJ A'luyD. 1,2)0
Two brick houses. 3 ioouih in cach house 11,0001
Twenty four lots near Eenwood Junction, lu I
first addition to Marylyuu. opposite the lmp'ovements
of the H. ?Sc O. Company, ou tho new
turnpike and rouuty road. Frlco from |2?o to
f tuu. one third cash aud balance lu ono year.
'I wo brick ho.itcs, I&8 and 190 hlghtotnth
trwt, fl.tOO each. ? .
four-roomed brick houso, ?513 Alley 1.200
I>ouble frame house. 378U and 8741 toff 2,9i>0
Mx-roomed house, lu splendid condition,
?150 Wood street ?. 2,400
Four-roomed houaa on T*euty-ulnth street,
near Woods street 1.150
dood buMnesa house ou t'hapdnc street, Ccu*
tre w heeling.
licit**! lea>u and fixtures In city doing a paying
buninos.
hleven lots on Woods aud WHson streets, Jn
Fllat, whytoatid allagber addition, etch lot
SoxlOo feet, IW0 to 8200 each.
i wo nail lot* ou Mansion st., Sixth ward, 8550
each.
Two half lots on Foff street, between Twentyeighth
ami Twenty-ninth streets. 11,0U) each.
One half lot on MeOolloeh St., Fifth w*rd...| 560
Manufacturing site near C. & P. railroad depot,
fifartin'a Ferry.
Kigtuy-seveu acres, two miles cast of the city,
flo.Ouo.
Tacnty Ave acrts, four mlle? cast of the olty.
containing sandstone quarry, good Quality of
cement stone, coal, with bank opened for use.
and spring that iloas a large volume of water ol
line quality, *J.:w0.
iso serea near Sherrard, well Improved, $78
per acre.
Kiphty arcs. nenrrallrosd In Marshall county,
61.VO. will exchange lor olty propertv.
KHiy live aens near Glenn Easton, $1,250.
Will exchange for city property.
We have aiao lota in ti.o Old Fair Ground ad
dltlon ard in Uic ltydlngtr addition, Light*
ward.
We have 0 lendalo stock for salo.
NESBITT& DEVINE.,
1739 Market Street. nrg)
For Sale.
The Fry or place on National road, near Rln
Grove, consisting of about twenty acrea, will
brl<-k dwelling. Will acIt tho whole or In Jow t<
suit purchaser.
No. ui Virginia street, Island, 8 room! and
l ath r mm ? .......
No. ftiHouth Hurou street, brick, 4 rooms,
lot iwxlii .. II, 35/
No, ?&io Woods dt., Inline, 7 rooms, lot
soxlio 2,40
80zl2U(cot, hi h I roomed framo house,ou
forth tinron street 1,C0
80s 120 f( ft on Fourteenth street, between
Jacob and Wooda itricls ....... -'.-V
cosiuu leat on South fclin street. Island 1,00
:wx ion feet on South ?enn street, Island...* 00
:t-' xi.o ft. t on Ho nth Huron atreet W
25* no feet on North Wabash street 40
COM41 feet on North Front atrcot 1(7J
No. i7 North l-enn street, largo grounds
No. i.r.'i K-'/f street, fi rooms, brick...... 8.M
No. in F.fcenth at net 5 rooms, brick 2,St
No*. 2117 aud vdl9 Main St. lot, 41x120 feet- V,00
KjKhty aoiescf coal In'Uhio county, W. Va.
Wi* ate ageuta lor tho Uleudale Company
Stock lor salo.
ft Icngo iota for salo.
RINEHART&TATUM
KKAfi EST AIR AUBNT3,
tnrir. 1314 Market street
LKUAIj notions.
QOMMISSIONER'S NOTICE.
In the Circuit Court of Ohio CountTi Wei
^ frgfuf*.
Catherine Hurley's Admlnla* 1
|T*J?r | In Chancer;
Jamea I.. IJuricy, ct/U. J
By virtue < f an order rendered In tho aboi
entities! cai\nv on toe Cib day of March, 1HM,
1* n (c-rrct! to ;thc uuderalRtied commiulouer i
Mid court to take an account
Pint?Ot?rhit litiite, rcttl or per#onal, Ujo ml
Catherine it why dlednetxfd and ioa?ca?td.
Second?What llui;a or dent" there boll an;
tow tin r with thch nriorlth a If any.
Ih*r1-lu wh-t anm*. If any, any of the he!
nt law mentioned iti the bin arc Indebted I
the estate cf nt!d Catheilne Hurley.
Font th?T? if tile the account of tho or
plnlomt. John K. Hurley, an administrator <
tbv i *l*io at thp said ralQcriue Hurley.
Filth-Any other matter deemed >eril?icnt li
a?ld commhalotior, or which m.iy bo dc?lrtd t
any jnrty In lnteie>t
Notice ti. hercb- xlvcn that tho undcraUne
ban tixed npon Til UK >1?aY, tlrn '234 day i
Aim I', lb'ji, mu a. ui. aa the tliue and the ortli
of Hoyd A oiuininvwle, No. 1M7 C.bapili
atrcet. Whecll. r. W. V?, aa the place at whh
he will proceed loHicertala the apteral matte
In ?aid order of ref? renco required. Olrou u
dcr my hand thta llth dav of Match, 1X91.
UK'?. K HOY1), (Xiinralailotcr.
li. H. rovKNKK, Attorney for Complainant.
mrtfrTh
J^OriCE TO CREDITORS.
To tht mdUort of Citbrrlne Jiur'ey, dtftaml:
In purauauco of ?dccroecf the Circuit t'ou
o| the county of uh|o. made in a cauati there
Pending to Mihjcci tl e icil eaUto of the ?a
< athcrlne Hurler to the payment of her den
you are rcqulicd to i>ti'aent your claim* ajtaii
the citato of tne aatd Catherine Hurley for ad J
dlcatlon to U?*o. K. Hoyd, Commlarioucr. at I
office. No. 1517 Chapllne atrcet, Whecllnjr,
??M counif, on or before the 23d day of Apt
w'ftnccK, John W. Mitchell, Clerk of tho u
court, thla 11th day of March, WW.
wr 12-Th J NO. W. MITCU1LL, Clerk
medical.
igi
| ONE ENJOYS T
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant T
; and refreshing to the tasto, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual q
constipation. Svrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro- t;
duced, pleasing to the tasto and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly bcneficial in its ti
cffects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and ngrceablo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it 11
to all and have made it tho most A|
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for solo in 50c B
and 81 bottles by all leading drugrrirta.
anv relinhla rlnirmtnt wlin
may not have it on hand will pro- T*
cure it promptly for any one who :
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
substitute. - *
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
tntiisvuie. n. nfiv vnn*. n.y. \n
LAMBS ENJOY JJ
Both the effect and result when (OIWc to
Blossom is used. It acts gently, yet Ul
promptly. It is the greatest boon to Wl
womankind. Every lady can treat herself
and not have to undergo the torture
of instruments from physicians. Olivo
Blossom positively cures all forms of
female weakuess, such as Painful Menstruation,
Ulceration, I?arceration, Barrenncss,
Leucorrlirca, Pruritus; Cancer,
I u van an anu nuruiu 1 uuiora m mvir curiy
[stages aud the loug list of innumer* 01
[able and unmentionable sufferings that 110
afflict the patient. The Olivo Blossom 11
treatment is simple and harmless. The
first application often gives permanent ?
relief. Try it, and you will exclaim, ha
is hundred" of others have: " Oh, I
feel like a different woman!" One W
month's treatment sent postpaid to any w
part of the world on receipt of $i.oo; 11
six months, I5.00. Olivo Blossom w
is forsale by all leading druggists. Any tri
druggist who may not have it can order to
it iroui the wholesale dealer. Do not
iccept any substitute. Beware of fraudu Rli
lent imitations. . f
The Celebrated France Paslile Olivo av
Blossom, is prepared only by The w
France Medical Institute Co., Columbus, 1.'
0. Incorporated f8S6. Capital$300,000.00.
Branch Houses : New York, Chicago,
San Francisco, aud London, England.
Bold by Logan Drug Co., C. It. Goetze, W. W. w
Inrlu.W.K. Williams C. Hchnei?f, C. Menke- bi
mollar-W. C. Armbrlaht. W. H. Williams *n?i aI
M. W. uoinrlcl; J. W. Parwb, and BnUton &
Co.. Mtrtln'i Ferry: BowJo A Co., Bridgeport; 111
C. M. Wyrick, BelUlre; Ht. OUir fiioi"., Hen- W
wood. Ko'-'l-nAW
TKE m
BEST I
COUGH CURES; s
DOCTOR ?;
ACKERS;
- ENGLISH 0
REMEDY, i
SOLD IN f
ENGLAND '
for Is. lXd., and in ?
AMERICA ;
> for 85 cents a bottle. t
1 it tastes good. i
This Great English Rimed) lor Coughl, I
Coldl, and Consumption, Is bsiond quostlon J
1 the greatest ol all modern remedies' It will j
stop a Cough I" one night, )t will cheek a c
0 Cold In a day. It will pretenl Croup, ratltie .
Asthma, end CURE Consumption II taken In
0 tlm?. " Vou can't afford to be without II.
D ?28cenlbolllomaIs>?e)oo?IOOInOoij ,
5 tor's bills?may sst? y.gr Ills I ?SK YOUR c
0 DRUGGIST FOh II, or write lor book to I
S W. H. HOOKER & CO. .
0 48 Wost Broadway, New York. 1
, | i iii i 11 pi _ ?i i?i ? " **** '
J bl? j * the onl* remedy that will cure NMlor1# j
? CODiuinpiion. For Mh)_bj[ C. Jt. Gocue^LoRjm ffi
Drug l.'oropuny nun joiw *h?hmhiiii. irv.--._?HADAM'S
Microbe
KILLER.
The Greatest Discover; of the Ago.
Si OLD IN THEORY BUT THE REMEDY
j RECENTLY DISCOVERED.
I CURES WITHOUT FAIL
10 CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, A8THMA, HAT
HJVKR. t-RONC'HlTlH, hflKUMATlBM,
"J DYbPKPsilA, CANCER, &CROF01
ULA, DlABKTBB,
_ BBIOara PIH?.-A K, MALARIAL FKVZR,
;J. DIPHTHERIA AND CHILLS,
In short, nil forms of Organic mid Function*]
<1 dtwuw. 1ho Cure* ePtcuxl by ihla Medicine
of are lu inany cuw
s MIRACLESI
a. Sold on)/ la Jugs containing One Gallon,
Price Three Dollars-* m.u ihtmv
Kent when llntltb aud Lite c?n bo obtained,
_ -"Hutoky or.the micsobi Kills* Fin,"?
For Mlo by all Retail Druggists, Trade rap
plied by
LOGAN DRUG CO.. Sole Agents.
or*-rv?w
rt ?
U THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
? BEECHAM'S PILLS
'? For Bilious mil Nervocs Disorders.
"Worth ?0?to?.Boi" but .old
for 25 Cents.
BT ALL Pm ^CIMTH.
?(jf Intelligencer
Ofllcei Not. ?a and 87 Fourteenth Street.
A KLVItilUN.
'ArUtianat Work.
low fr??h It) my mind aro the scene* el my gli
hood.
At kteu recollection present* them to viewhe
kitchen, the woodshed, and knot* of gree
firewood.
And all the hard work I had then to |
through;
he breud i must knead out, and doughnuta 1
fry brown,
The pica tor ttio threshers, and town folks, i
well,
ho clothes I must rub out with pounder an
wssntub.
The leaky old waahtub, remembered so well
he washtub, tho washtub, the lron-boun
wsshtub,
The back-breaking washtub that aat on tfa
well.
be cows I must milk ere the breakfast wi
ready,
The be>.? I mnst make ere tho dinner begun,
tie dlsbca to wash when the men tolls wer
resting?
Sure roan's work oft ccaaeth, but woman'
ne'er done?
be llixirs I must scrub hard, and bags I mui
patch up,
Tho BUiCkluKs to darn; all tho tasks nom
could tell.
ow eft In my dreams lam doing b!g washing
With a leaky old waahtub, remembered si
well:
lio waihtub, tho washtub, the Iron-boum
wasbtub.
The b?ck*brcaklng washtub that sat on thi
well.
le old worn-out vcacl, I now think with picas
uro,
lias gono where It never will trouble m?
more;
Mew In Its st*ad now with exquisite pleasure
Mschlnes which prevent the old backachca o;
yore:
though long removed from from that bard sit
uatlon.
Few tears of regret do IntruMvcl&sweU
lien fancy reverts to my fathera old farm
house,
IVltn suit soap-streaked waihtub way out on
tbo well,
ie WMhtub, tbo waibtub, tbo iron-bound
wiuhtub,
Tbe back-breakluii wubtub that fell on tbi
well.
OUT OF U1K OKDIKAKL
The Mail and Erpras says that "a max
New York without sotue political inlence
can't stop a car.
A Chinese newspaper published in
in Francisco has been sued for libel by
negro and an Indian.
A medical bat is proposed as a badge
the profession in England, likewise a
listinctive church drew" for women to
ear on Sundays.
In tbe Tombs Police Court, New
ork, a few days ago, a prisoner, whe
ive a Bowery lodging-house as bis reeinice,
said his occupation was "a onejtfed
man."
A stern father in Keya Paha county,
an., who has a largo family of girls,
is passed the cold edict that each beau
lio frequents his domicile through the
inter must contribute a load of sawed
)ve wood.
There will be a liquor license this
ar in Scituate, Maes., for the first time
llfty years. Last year the vote of the
wn was?yes, 31; no, 74. This year,
ider the Australian ballot, the vote
as?yes, 97; no, 78.
A suit about a calf in Texas has re*
Ited in wiping out all the parties in
lived except the calf. Oue of the litints
shot the other, and tbe eheritT shot
e survivor in trying to arrest him.
ie calf was vulued ai $6.
James I , being requested by his old
irse to make her aon "a gentleman,"
swered emphatically, 'Til mak' him
Baronet gin ye like, luckie, but the
i'il himsei' couldna' mak* him a gentlean."
James 1. was the first to create
jonets.
There is trouble in a church at Racine,
is. Mrs. Albrecht was expelled for
ttkiug faces at the pastor, Rev. ??. C.
unson, and for snoring during the ser
on. She lias Drougntsuu u^uiuhu iu?
iistces who eccorted her from the puff
the door.
During a fire in Chicago a few nighte
o, J. K. Keustmer, wiio lived next
tor to the burning building, wai
wakened by the clamor, and be and hie
ife ran hastily into the street?he
inging a cat with him and bis wife
ailing a dog.
A Lansing (Mich ) man applied for s
arrant against himself lor assault and
ittery. He said he had been in a fight,
id he wanted to get himself convicted
id fined, because the fellow he licked
ouldn't be able to attond to the cast
r some time. and he wanted it off hie
ind.
A lawsuit in Chicago involved the re
ivery of a cent and the expenditure o:
100 in court and counsel fees. Th<
aatmaster sold a postage stamp to ar
uglishman, who, after placing it on t
iter, tendered a Canadian penny u
art payment. An argument followed
len a low and then au appeal to thi
)urts. Eventually the postmaster go
idguient and a genuine unadulteratei
iuitcd States cent.
A curious instrument oi writing ex
its in Dunkirk, Ind. It appears tha
*o early loveB failed, for some reasoi
nexplaiued, to marry, but inarrie<
theis. Lately, a written sgreemen
as been feigned up, in secrecy, provi
ing /or their future marriage to eacJ
tiiers in tue event they survive thei
resent companions. The contrac
irther provides a liquidated damage o
5,000 upon failure of contract, as pre
.dtd.
Over in Kentucky there was a trial re
ently in which the fact was brought ou
bat John Harvey called William Tilt
lana liar 150 times, a sheep-thief He\
nty-one times, a swindler fifty*tw
huts and ofiered to lick him 104 timet
it this juncture William thought ths
f was time lor bim to vindicate hi
rounded honor, so he sailed in and gav
ohn a thrashing. The jury, after thini
ng the matter over, concluded that h
iught to have sailed in an hour and
ialf earlier.
The women of Fort Scott, Kan., hav
i sign and a token. Just aiter they ha
lompleted the nomination of Morri
^eipman for mayor at the Opera Housi
i rooeter that was part of the "Col
Jay" Company's properties, hearing tfa
ipplause and supposing the show w<
{oing on, came out of his coop an
itrutted down to the footlights, an
lapping his wings, crowed lustly. Tb
adits encored the perf jrmance and th
ooater bowed hisacgnowlodgments an
Qnnin. Th? ladies regard th:
10 u sure sign that their candidate is gi
eg to Will.
A mail in Rosario, Argentine, wi
inee attacked by I'ampa Indiana, l'bei
tere seven of tbem and be bad on!
lis six-shooter with five shots fro
nhicbhe bud succeeded1 In laying io
;he same number of bia assailants. I]
mil then one charge left, and the r
nalning two men wore advancin
iuick as a thought he opened b
pocket-ltnife, held it up in front of tt
pistol barrel, with thesbsrp edge of tt
blade toward him, and 8red. Tbe kni
ipllt the bullet In halves, each half kll
,jig one of bia foes, and tbe hero till
laved bia scalp. This is bis own accoui
jf tbe affair.
The little four-year-old son of a Fr
Ionia, Kan. minister baa been wantii
> velocipede. A few daya ago bis fathi
look one home and quietly diposited
where the youngster would see it i
loon as be entered tbe room. The litt
fellow came in shortly snd wsssoove
some with joy that be could say nothli
but when tbe fsmily bad gathert
iround the tea-table atked permlsslc
10 "return thanks" and it was grante
Dropping bia hsad devoutly, be mum'
led unintelligibly for a moment, ai
then fervently exclaimed. "Ob Lor
God Almighty, I've got * new, redbic
clc?amen!"
A Grand Bowr.
bdMvi
Tbe grandest rosary in New York
owned by Mra. Eugene Kelly. It can
from Rome. Each bead is cut rout
out of cameo, and in each la engravi
tbe portrait of a Pope of Rome. Tl
skillful carving on each bud waa doi
by renowned Italian artist*. Mi*. Kel
fig the niece ol Cardinal McCloeker, and
be in presented with this valuable
roeary by the Pope aa a reward for her
= many charitable Kilts to tbe cbnrch and
a, Catholic charities. Mme. de Barrioa,
tbe widow o( the late President of Ociatemala,
who 1a said to own tbe finest
diamonds of any woman in America,
1 carries to fit Patrick's Cathedral a carious
rosary composed of beads of bloodq
stone set with diamonds. These are the
national fancy in her country.
? i
An Important Tariff Fact.
? If eta York Preu.
0 The coarse of Democratic organs in
d misrepresenting the McKinley law aa a
"prohibitory tariff" that effectually rata
off the United States from the trade of
u the world has been maintained with
e rare persistency. It is extremely doubtful
if one in a hundred of the readers 0/
M the** organs knows that there is in the
McKinley law a most important section,
part of which reads: "That when iin?
ported materials on which duties have
a been paid are UBed in the manufacture
of articles manufactured or produced in
1 the United States, there shall be allowed
0 on the exportation of such articles a
drawback equal in amount to the duties
paid on tbe materials used,less 1 per cent
um of such duties." Tbe effect of this sec1
tion is to irive American manufacturers
3 virtuslly fr??e raw material for all articles
manufactured for export trade.
The Democratic press has been clamor*
ing for years for free raw materials for
3 American manufacturers who desire to
sell tbeir goods in foreign markets. Buf
j now that the McKinley law, passed by a
Kepublican Congress, sigoedv by a Re
publican President, provides for this
very thing, it seeks to obscure the fact
by malicious representations.
1 A Prominent Doctor Accused of Murder.
1 A gentleman recently made a startling
accusation fa tbe hearing ol the
1 writer. Said be: "I firmly believe that
Dr. , intentionally or unintentionally,
killed my wife. He pronounced
her complaint ? consumption ? incurable.
She accepted the verdict, amidied.
Yetsince then I hate heard of at
least a dozen cases, quite as far advanced
as hers, that have been enred by Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical discovery, lier
I nr.. lio.ro lnun Biivtid fnr con
HID l'"IU u..~
sumption is not incurable." Of course
i it is not. The "Discovery" will remove
i every trace of it, if taken in time and
i nsed faithfully. Consumption is a (lis*
ease of the blood?a scrofulous affection?and
the "Discovery" strikes at the
, root of the evil. For all cases of weak
lungs, spitting of blood, severe lingering
coughs and kindred ailments, it is a
sovereign remedy.
LKMU.N fcLIXlU.
Fleanant, Elegant, Reliable.
For biliousness and constipation, take
Lemon Elixir.
For fevejs, chills and malaria, take
Lemon Elixir.
For sleeplessnpss, nervousness and
palpitation of the heart, take Lemon
Elixir.
For indigestion and foul stomach,
take Lemon Elixir.
For all sick and nervous headaches,
take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, fur natural and thorough or*
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir will not
fail you in any of the above named diseases,
all of which ariBe from a torpid or
diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or
bawBls.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mczley, Atlanta,
Ga.
50c. and $1 per bottle at.draggisls.
Lemon Hut Drupa
Cares all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage
and all throat and lung diseases. Elegant,
reliable.
25 cents at druggists. Prepared only
by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. math
A Iluabuiid'e Mistake.
? Husbands too often permit wives, and
parents their children, to suffer from
1 headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplesa>
new, fits, nervousness, when by the use
1 of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine such
' serious results could easily be prevented.
Driio-iMHtfl everywhere say it uives uo
i ivereal satisfaction, and lias an'immense
; sale. Wood worth & Co., of Fort Wayne.
. Ind.; Snow A Co., of Syracuse, N. Y.;
I J. 0. Wolf, Hillsdale, Michand huni
dreda of others eay "it is the greatest
seller they ever knew." It contains no
i opiates. Trial bottles and fine book on
Nervous Diseases, free at The Lognn
. Drug Go* 5
f filok Iloudaohe.
| Loose's Red Glover Fills cure Sick
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation.
26c per box, 5 boxes tor $I.
s For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw
i
t
1
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria,
* When eho was a Child, she cried /or Coatorla,
| When ibe became Miss, alio clung to Caatoria,
1 Whea ah* had Children, ahe gave them Caatorlfc.
t
1
Blilea'a Nerve ami Liver Pllia
( Acton anew principle, regulating the liver,
stomach and bowels through the timet.
A new discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills
speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid
liver, piles, constipation, Unequaled
f for men, women, children. Smallest,
J* mildest, purest 1 Fifty doses 25 cents.
J Samples free at the Logan Drug Oo.'s.
' Buokleu'a Arnica Salve.
J The best salve in the world for cuts,
8 bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
,e sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
'* corns and all skin eruptions, and posi6
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
a is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
e box. For sale by Logan. Drug Co.
d . .
B Plleai Plleai itching Pllea.
i, 8vi(rT0Mft-M0lature: intenae Itching and
.( a tinging; moat at night; wone by scratching.
If allowed to continuo tumora form, which ol
e ten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very aore.
is SWAYKa'a Ointmknt ttoja the itcklug and
,i bleeding, heala ulceration and in moat caa*a re
, movea the tumora. At druggiata, or by mail, lor
d 60ccnta. Dr. tiwayne A Hon, Philadelphia.
^ "How to Care All Hktn Diaeaaea."
,i Simply apply SwAYNa'aOiKTMENT." Noin
, tcrnal mcdlclne * rfifuirod. Cutea, tetter, ecaoIS
ma, itch, all eruptiona on tho face, hands, none
)- Ac., leaving tho akin clear, white aud Deal thy.
I la great holing aud curative powtra aropoaMJMed
by no other remedy. Ask your drugglat
IS forSWAYNE'8 OINTMKNT. TThaAW
f BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
? Curefc Dyspepsia, Iniu
digestion & Debility.
B- - ,
g. Plies, Piles, PI lea.
18 Loose's Bed Clover Pile Remedy Is i
18 positive specific for all forms of the dig'e
ewe. Blind, Bleeding, Itching, Ulcer'
a ted and Protruding Pi lea. Price 50c
'I' For aaie by Logan Drag Company, nn
" i n.vsiuur v.;;;?
.1 A Cujtlcrneis. At drugging. Prlco Hotl.
e* i m7m| nji?i iT,ui_Mi j mii I?Imi
Bll AB BR UT^JD
ir fJ U I Did UK] ETb SVbn
it
id
d, r-S BR
y- L. j . iTHFJ
SALVATION OIL
(Me# ontf 33 etntt. SoU bf all drvggltti.)
! Reliant quickly Rheumatism, Nouralgia,Swelling},Bruises,
Lumbago,
Jd Sprains,Headache, Toothache, Cuts,
lie Burnt, Scaldi, Sont, Backache, to.
i- /lurmL'MrOlUOS, Tut (rut TttmcJZ
lj CtltW tiot,l-frlei I0CU, At all Iniilttt,
I nXANOBmrKADi.
' The VMtaras or the Money Mad Stock
Markets.
New Yokk, March 25.?Money on <*11 easy,
ranging from 2 lo 3>f per cent, last loan 2 per
cent, closing offered at 1.2% Prime mercantile
paper 6a7 per cunt. Sterling exchange quiet
and easy at H 6Ui *& Sales 2:7,630 shares.
There vu no expectation of an ytklug different
In the stock market from what we hare been I
having for the pMt two weeka and no one
wu dlMppolntcd In that respect, for the dull*
ness and stagnation were still most Intense,
though they were retltved by renewed activity
and strengtn In the Oraugcrs and a few special*
tie*. The very favorable report of the earnings
of Bt. l'aul for the third week la March started
the buying, but It did not stop there. Higher
prices were generally reached about noon and
were all held through until the hour when real*
Stations on advance of tbo forenoon began,
helped by the fact that London will be out of
the market for four days, and a holiday here
will aerlously Interfere with business for the re*
uiaindcrof the week. Tbo market closed dull
and rather heavy at fractions higher than last
evening
I Kiilrual bonds quiet: sales $085,000.
Government and State bonds dull and steady.
sonds amd stock quotations?clohkd bid.
0.8. An reg 121k Ohio A Mississippi. 17^
D. 8. 4* oou puna... 122k do preferred. 8S
U. 8.4ks reg. .......lOi Oregon Improve't. 26
P. 8.4ks coupon... 102 Oregon Nar.? 72
Pacific 6sol '#5- 110 Oregon Trans...^. 17k
Adam* Express 145 Pacific Mall...........
American Expresa.115 Pittsburgh... 149
Canada Pacific....... 77 Pullman Palaoe~..19ik :
Canada Southern... 4iy4 Beading..-..-......- ?>%
Central Pacific 29k Book Island 6^
Cheaapeako A Ohio \",\ St L. A San Fran....
do Unit preferred 51 -it. Paul t&A
('oMcond pre/'d sok do preferred. )i2k
Chl.Bur.&Qulncy- 7$ Paul A Omaha.. 28
Del. A Hudson.......lite do preferred....... ?J
Del., Lack, A W?aU85k Tenu.Coal A Iron... 85k
Denver A B. Q 17k. Texas Pacific....^... ijk
Erie \h% Union Pacific 44>$
Fort Wayne? 15o U. 8. Express...? 67
Illinois Central 94 W..8LL.4P 9W
Kansas A Texas..-, ll do prefeired is %
UkeBhon 1?% Wells Farwo JJx.....l40
Louisville 4 Nash.. 74k Western Union 80
Memphis A C'bas.... 8y Am. Cotton OIL.... 23
Michigan Central... 91 Colorado Coal....... EG%
MUsourl Pacific.... Co Iron Silver...... ?
Nashville A Chatt. 99 Quicksilver fik
NewJeraevCcntral.ll6k do preferred^ 88k i
Norfolk Aw.prcf'd 53k 4utro...?. 8
Northern Pacific.... 26k Bichm'dA W.P.T- 17k
do preferred-. 7ok Atchison 27k
Northwestern...... J04k Chicago Qas^...... 4M
do preferred. 180k Lead TruBt... 18k
New York CentraUUlj* :Jugar 7C>5
Breadstuff* and Provisions.
CniCAno, March 25.?The bulls In all products
mado a vigorous onslaught on their ene*
mles at the opening ot 'Change. Wheat was
advanced at the start because of extremely light
local receipts: because of rather moderato receipts
In the northwest and because of liberal
shipments from et. Louis, i lverpool prices
were easier and lower, and local holders wee
tryinif bard to get rid of iheir property, aud a
few of tho beat traders here were selling freely
on bulges. This caiikcd a break In prices, ami
thereafter the market bad an exceedingly weak
appearance, May closing at the lowest point of
the day.
coru was bullish at thi opening, but a good
tcllinjc movement started soon after, aud prices
CII'SVU at ?|UIVW a uvu.iuc uuiu ku? ?i'vuiu*.
Oats attracted ft fair amount of Attention,
price* following those of corn.
Allhough the uuiU tried to bolater up tbo pro
viaiou market price* were dlnpoaedto be weak,
aud the market closed wftiilu 19*12%c ot (be
loweu point of the da:.
Flour unchanged.
Whkat-CmIi No. 2 spring 81 01: No. 8sprlng
03*ar.c: ?o. 2 retl It w!4al itt; March 91 01*
10-J5W 01; May tl C3al Mftal 03; July ?l 0U10
Hi \>\%.
Co UK?Cub No. 2, ACJ$c: March 6'jy4*W6i
GflJ^c: May C7aC'J>^57^c; July 66>4aC!UG j&o. .
oats?<<ash no. 2, 53c; Way MJ
Juno 63^5^3^ Jiily 61a&-2^ftSl}?C.
Flaxseed?No. 1,11 20.
Timothy-tr/7.
Mxss houe?Canh Sll00al2ro; March til 80a
12 6*11 05; May ?ll 05*12 8Ual210; July 912 3*
13 30*12 MS
Laki>?I ash 16 45s0 60; March 86 40sG 70a0 C2*^:
July |4 HSuti W; May fT. Wafi &5sC, f,'i
Hhokt Kina-Caah $5 65*5 75; March S'i G9a5 87U
ar> 67Si May t5 75*6 W*aA 82>$; July 84 02*a6 35
ft6 la.
8houi.d*8s?84 GCat 70; thort clear 86 0Ca610.
WllIBKY?1116.
Other* uucbaugcd.
New Yobe, March 25.?Flour, receipt* 19,000
barrel*; export* 1.600 barrels: market lea* active;
*ftlc* 'iC,0i? barrels. Wheat, receipts 2rt
0<0 buahela; falea 5,t8),000 buabel* of future*
aud 11,?n bushel* ut hloi; apot markoi dull and
easier; No. 8 led ilui; ungraded red 8102a
118!*; option* eloie.i steady and lower; No 2
red March ?1 1*V.: May |l lltfal I2J**1 t\%-.
June 5lov!i; Juiy tl 07?fctl(ft%; Auguat 81 03a
1 01 Hal 03^; September fl IHtfal 02%.
Coru, receipts 4<?.ww bushels: exports 2,UTJbukbela;
*ale* 2,6.0,000 bushel* or future* a-.d CG.tr.fl
buabel* ot Bitot; market quiet; uugraded mhed
7mUiic: March 7tf%a>j0c;'May 74j4c; June ?2c;
July71jic. OaU. receipt* 18,OjO Tjiuhels: sales
a55,u0j buihcl* of future* sua 10.',000 bukht-U of
?pot: 'marki t weaker; April b'i^o: May MWic:
Juue 5'J)4c; July N^c; apot No.2 white GlaGl^c:
mixed western 68nG2c; white do 60a65c; No. 2
Chicago G2C. Hay and hop* quiet, ittttec *te?dy
?t 10 point* down; March 17 <K'*17 7o<s; Apnl
17.40al7.45c; May l7.25al7.3Uc; June Hi b.'.AlC iWc;
July 16 70c. feugar rellned dull. Mo
lasses Heady. Rice tlrm. Tallow
firm. Koaln quiet. Turpentine quiet. Egg*
lower; we*tern 10^0. lllde* steady and quiet. 1
l'ork quiet; old meu 111 ^5al2to; new u.ess
flU2jai4 00; extra prime f 11 Ooall 60. Lard low
cr: western aicam >6 80; April 86 77; May
86 81; July #708: Auguat 17 21; -epfeatber 17&f.
Butter active and tlrm; weatern dairy 13i28c;
creameiy 21a82c. Cheeao strong; Ohio tint# ?a
lie.
Cincinnati, O.. March 25. ? Flour steady.
Wheat nominal; No. 2 rod 8105; receipts 2,U?
bushels; shipments 2,000 buahuls. Corn weak
er; No. 2 mixed 70c. Oats firm; No. 2 mixed
57c. Bye dull; No. 2, ?5c. l'ork dull at 81175.
Urd steady at 86 Ub. Bulk meats lowr?r;
abort-rib 80 70. Bacon lower; short-clear 867V
ftnUky ateady at 81 16. Butter steady. Kugar
easy; bard teilned b%*6%0. Kggs dull and lower
at 16a17c. Cheese ilrni.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 2V-Flotir easier
Wheat steady; 0.2 red March 81 08al 03J4; April
81 OMSitl 0t>: May aud June 8110al 11. Corn weak
aud uhicclllcd; No. a mlxel 75c; No. 2 mixed
Match aud April 76a77c: May and June 74a75c.
Oats tlrm; No. 2 white March 60a6lc; April and
May WKaGue; Juue GOafiOUc. rrovlaloua Urin.
Eggs u use tiled; Peunsylvaula firsts !8){al9c.
Baltimoee, Mo., March 28.?Wheat, western
easy; No.2 winter red apot and Marcn8l(WXa
10?k; May 81 Otf^al July 81 04;,Augi.at
81 us. Corn, weatern we-tic: mixed spot Aiarcb,
' April *aa oiay mu. utu? uutivu, mmmi wujiu
G2o. Mess potk Strong; old 812 60; new 914 00.
Lard, re lined 7%c. Eggs weaker at 17c.
Toledo, 0., March 28.?'Wheat Armor; cash and
March fl 06; May Si06}*; July 9i W1/,: August
Wfcc. Coru weak; c>sh 72c; May 70c. OaU
quitt; cash &4>*c. Cloverseed steady; cashand
March H 66.
Lite Stock.
EactLidkrty, Pa., March 25.?Cattlo-Recelpts
900 he\d; shipments 7a6 bead; murket Blow;
trlme 8) 40n5 66; fair to good 94 76a& W); common
175o4 M; bulls, cows aod staKS 93 00a4 00. Uogs
?Receipts 2 600head, shipments2.200 bead; market
strong; good to best selected it WU400; Rood
mixed 916*4 76; pigs and common Yorkers St 10
at 40. obecp-Ueceipt* 1,0.0 bead; shipments
1,200 head; (air to good 9>>(Va6 70; prime f5 75a
6(0; common 93 00a4U); lambs 8i50a4 60; veal
calves 96 00a5 60.
Chicago, 111., March 26.?Cattle?Receipts
i:?,ooo head; shipment*4,000head; market steady;
steers 91 6Ua6 16; cows aud heifers 82 6oU 60.
Hog*?Receipts 30,COO head; shipments 12,WW
head; market dull, weak aud lower; rough aud
com moil 84 0Qa4 20; mixed 81 50a4 to; primo
heavy 8lb-a4 76; light 84 20a4 60. Hhcep? Ke*
celpu V,000 head: ahipments3,600head; market
steady; westerns 85l0a5 75; lambs96 60*040.
Cincinnati, o., March 25.?Hogs active and
strong; common, lowest 81 0&a4 75; packing
aud butchers 84 b0a5 10; iccelpts 2,170 head;
shipment* 575 head.
Petrolenm.
Kgw York, March 25.-Petroloum dull. Tho
opening was steady, but Interest diod out and
tho few sal s were at concessions. The market
closed dull. Pennsylvania oil: Opened and
highest 72^u; lowest and closleg 72%u; sales8,0U)
barrels.
Oil City, Pa., March 25.?Opened at 72Wc;
highest 72jjc; lowest 72%c; closed at7.9(c; sales
HO.COO- barrels; clearances 370,000 barrels; charters
68, 63 barrels; runs M.6C1 karrels; shipments
66,122 barrels.
Bradford, Pa., March 25.-Opcned at 72Kc;
closed at 72>io; highest 73c; lowekt 72^c;
clearances 330,U)0 ba-rels.
Pittsburgh, Pa., March 26.?Opened at 72kc;
closed, highest aud lowest 72Sc.
Metal.
New York, March 25.?Pig Iron quiet:
American 816 U)*17 00. Copper dull. Lead
Julet; domestic 84 S7>{. Tin strong; straits
20 15.
Cottoo.
Cincinnati, 0.,March 25.-Cotton steady; mlidllug
?>^o.
Baltimore Live Stock Market*
Baltimore Live ptock Yards. >
Monday. March 23. f
the swine market.
Arrivals this week. ............... 9.814
Arrivals last weck....MMM....MM.M.Mn. 0,620
Arrivals ouo year sgo........... 7,SX
remarks.
Therojsn fair supply^njy on the market,and
A gooa aeninu roponw ?"? ?????. ??<
quality In sstlsfactory to dealers. Price* bare
advanced fully Xc. an compared with taut week's
quotations, ?.wln? to tlie advance of flgutc* In
the West. Quotations range limn b%c to ftjfc
tor common u> lair brgt, near by receipt*, ami
60 lor food Western?most sales &%a6c, a (all
number selling at tbe Utter figure, 6c, net.
Of tbe receipts 635 nead came over tbe Baltlmora
& Ohio Railroad, and 6,179 bead over the
Pennsylvania Railroad.
Olauuokt Uv* Stock H*m it. 1
March 23. f
All host sold In these yards by ft. A. Black
^Receipt* *thS*i?K%9S head, against 4,674
head last week.
Fair to aood, selling at......~......~?.14 80 to ft (X
Pigs, selling at.... ~~~~ 4 X
Roughs, nailing at.. r; 3 K
Receipts of sheep and lambs 100 bead.
Sheep, selling from 8>< to 6K<
Lambs, selling from ft to6H<
xaarvALS or uvi stock
if Ckurmoni Stock Yards, via the Baltimore St OkU
Railroad, for week ending March 22.
206 cars, containing 3.258 cattle. 90 calves. Iff
sheep and lambs. 9,753 bogs. 205 horses, a
mules, r-blpmentsto New \ork. Philadelphia
etc., 2,669 cattle.120 calrw. 2 sbeep, 83 horses.
Children Cry for_Pitcheifs_Castoria.
* * -J ??'
Good Monk
You A
Lightning Cough Drops
are aomethlng new In the way of a thror
prompt In their action, and aro a suie ci
BOTTLK.
Lightning Vegetablo Liver
are a tore cure for Hick Headache, RHIouri
.Liver, ss cxnts a llox. Sugar Coated. Oi
Lightning Hot Drops
A panacea for external and Internal u?o
Bore Throat. Sprain*. Hnitw*, Laments, 1
tlons. A mre cure for Dlarrhura, Summer
Bottle.
Keep them la the Home, thoy vri
If yon feel no relief after ualns two-third* the co
the remaining one-third to the dealer from whom
paid for the entire bottlo.
For Sale by all Drugglila and Dealer
HERB MEDICINE CO.,
GLENDALE CO
GLEN DALE C
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, *200,00(1
PRESIDENT. B. 3, ALLISON, .
SECRETARY. D.L.HEISKELL,
1REASURER.A. S. LIST, . .
Has 350 aorea of land, with Coal. F
[Burley Well). Haa oharter power* to
out a town.
240 acrea of the land river bottom. 3,26
Charming situation.
Splendid grade. Above highest water.
Two railroads and the Ohio River for t
ratea to and from Wheeling.
Jnat the place for suburban homes.
The land is cheap because the place ia nc
Will soon be laid out in lota, and have the be
Now is the time to subscribe for stock. 1
Agents at Wheeling for sale of stock,
(1. 0. SMITH, BISEIUHT & TATUJ
Apply for information at the Company's (
mrl'-irrli^n 114-7 IV
every WATERPROOF I
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betoup 3XTot to i
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bnylsf eliewherc.
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it and ittnc bnlsam, are aafe, certain and
ure lor ciiOU 1'. 1'kick,kandfio cjutt? a
Pills
icts. Coatltf new, Pile? and Inactivity of the
uo pill a dose. Dou't gripe or make you sick.
i. For Rheumatism, Nraralcta,Dtpbtlierln,
turn*. Cramp*. Colic and allpalDful allecComplalnt
and Flux, aa and 60 cum pku
11 often Save Doctor Bill**
ntenta of a bottle of these medicines return
you bought It aud he will refund the price
i In lUdlcIni. Prepared by
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, . Wheeling, W. Va. s
. . Wheeling, w.Va.
. . Whoellng.W.Va.
Ire Clay and Natural Oaa Wall s
develop all of theae, and to lay
0 feet river frontage; ?
Elegant view.
reimportation. Cheap commutation f
iw. Will be dearer when it is older. C
nefit of valuable improvements. /
L lot goes with each paid up share. V,
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I'LIKS. hi
CO., LIMITED.1
Pittsburgh, Pa.
D SELL
PLIANCX KKKDKD AT
WELLS, j
Ineral Teste. ? I? J
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JDAGE. |'M
RD SUPPLIES iiS
or Water. J
ICTDRING CO.,
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^A-7
.EES OF ,
iOODS,
Iron Pipe Fittings
FATES AM) OIL.
SUPPLIES
CRITOO*.
PES,
RIVE AND STEAM PIPE
TmHEr
tv Street.'
QH, VA.
rentmylTftDla, New York tod Ohio Oil Flelda.
PHOTOO RAPHY.
^RI8TOTYPE8,
PORCELAIN FINISH,
art UIOUl.VS' BiLLEBr.
OnOCTiltlES. BTC.
M. REILLY,
WB0LK8ALS
Grocer, Pork Packer'
AMD CC*** OFTHi
CELEBRATED "STRAWBUJRY" DAftS.
mmiWM
FLOUR-Chrlitlan Bros.* "Crown" Brand.
Unneapolla Patent, Taylor'* Patent and "Beat*'
axnfljr, WllUana' choice Ohfo Fimllj, and
iauy other olioice brand* of family flour in
lock and continually receiving.
ROASTED COFFEES-,,Alaromaf"
Arbncile'a," "Lion," and my own roaat of
Old Woman," "Uone Head." and loose roaat
"dole A Kent for tho Celebrated DnPont
owdS Mills. A lull aupply of RIBe, Blaatlng
ad %>orU?K Powder of every JtluU constantly
i magazine. Order* solicited from dealer*
aly. Also Patent Hemp, Cotton and Water*
roof Safety Fnae. my2
JUST RECEIVED.
EOFCHATEL, FROM AOS Ds BRIE AMD
THUR1NGFB CIJEESE,
?ATH.
F.BEHREN'fl STORES.
LUMBINO. GA8 & STEAM FITTING
EST FIDGETS II THE WORLD!
CALL AND 8KB THEM AT
TRIMBLE & LDTZ,
ne A 1418 Mtrktl Bt. Whwllnn. W.V?.
^ EO. HIBBKRD A SON,
7 SuoMMOn to ThompMD A Hlbb.nl,
tactical Plumbers, Gas & Steam Fitters
BBA8S F0UNDEB8.
JracuLTna-Jfatn*! Qua SappUMi Steam
sating and Ventilation.
1814 MARKET ST., Wheeling, W. 7a.
All work promptly done at moat reaaonable
loea. 1**
ltfil. HARE & SON,
PRACTICAL
mm&ers, Gas ana mm nnors, i
No. 88 TWELFTH STREET.
II work done promptly tt reasonable prices.
W. L. DOUGLAS StlOKS.
rf>^ ^ B B F" nna other specialM
U fcC l,cs?for
i<niHu*,rtc.,nrowar*
imti'd, am! m> stamped on Imtlom. Addrcwi
kV. L. UOL'CSLAp, Jlrocktoui ftlomu sold by
tone'* Cnnh Uioe Store, 1048 Blnln Street*
lenktimellrrs Snrver, 1201 Mnrkrt Direct,
nhw Hwnrnml. jnfrTTlUH
COCOA.
GRATEFUL?COM KORT1NQ.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
By a thorough knowledge of tho naturallaws
rhlch Rovern tho operations o( digestion and
utrltlon, and by a carefnl application of the
ne properties of well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epps
ah provided our breakfast tables with a dellitely
flavoured beverage which may aavo ua
jany heavy doctors' bill*. It toby the Judicious
so of such articles of diet that a constitution
isy be gradually built up until strong enough
i> resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
f subtle maladits are floating around na ready
o attack wherever thoro is a weak point. We
wy eicapo many a fatal shaft by keeping our
elves well fortified with pure blood and a proprly
nourished frame "?"Civil service Gazette."
Made slmoly wftb boiling water or mil*. Hold
nly iu half-pouud tins, l?y Grocers labelled
bus: JAMES BPPS& CO..
Homoeopathic Chemists, London, England.
OC71-TTliaS
FINANCIAL.
gANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY,
CAPITAL. 1178,000.
Vm. Irktt........ .....^.Prcsldenf
Vm. B. BiMrto* ? Vioe Frefcldeni
Drafts on England, Ireland, France aud Ger
nany,
DiaiOTOBf.
Wm. A. liett, Mortimer Pollack,
J. A. Miller, Wm. B. Slmpaon,
K. M. Atkinson, John K. Botoford,
Honry Bpeyor, Victor Bowuhnrg.
Jacob (1. Thomas.
Jai w. P JKPflOM. fissMcr.
gJXCHANGE BANK,
CAPITAL .. 200,000.
r. N. Vakol.^.. ....Prosidon
k 8. Djoafuim... MH..Vlce-Presliien
directors.
J. N. Vance, Geo. B. Ftilal,
J. M. Brown, Wm. fill/ogham,
L. S. Delaolaln, A. W. Kclloy,
John Frew. *
Drafts Issued on England, Ireland, Bcotlam
Lnd all Dolnta In Europe..,
JUHW J. JONKH i;Mm?T.
EDUCATIONAL.
It. De CHAJiTAL,
NKAB WHKKUNO, W. V4.
Full English, Mathematical anc
Classical Course.
MUSICAL DEPARTMEN!
?JC3PKC7ALLV XOTKD.location
drioeramid fob bbaott awd htalt
Weekly boarders or dar scholars recelrod froi
Wheeling or the rlclnlty. A flitter will meet da
scholars at the 8 a. m. motor and return wit
them at S p. m.
For farther particular! apply to
TP If IHRRCTRJV"
?1 homer wells,
ARCHITECT.
Room 17, Rellly Bulldlnr. Wheeling, W. V
Practical 8up? b?<tij?de.mt.
KfTlM AT? OABKyPM.V MAIIE. OcT<
TTNAMEL PAINTS
XLi POR DECORATING
Wooden ariieJe*, willow ware, picture /rami
bit que vaars, sUtuetta. producing*
HABU Poluhro HfRracK I
I'rja Quick It I
For sale at ART o*l ORB, 1232 Market 8t
jmr? k. l. xiro> i?
Do you want a 8ituation
HAVK YOU ANYTHING TO 8ILLT If I
AdrertlM In the INTJtLLIGKNOBR.
- Railway Time Card.
ArrlTil and denartor? o! train* on ai'd after
Not. 16, 1*90. Explanation or PxrrKiicc*
Maium: Dally; fHnnday excepted: J Monday
txcepwd; JSaturday excepted; |8uuday only;
"Saturday only. Extern Standard time.
DKPABT. B 60k.lL?Main Lint, Kami ARRTTxT
4:66 am Waab.C y, Halt., Phil.*N,Y.|*11:40pm
2:80 pm Waab.tfy, Bait., Phil d N\Y. 12:45 pm
12:05 am Wtsh.C'r, limit.. I'hll.A N.Y.I *;4Aaffl
8:U)am .^..Cumberland Acrom 16:05 pm
2:80 pm MMM~~Uralton AoromWMMM.. *12:45 pm
18:00 am ......MoundtviUe Accom |ti2:45pm
W?ypm ~^.Mound>Tllle Accom.w...|t ?.;Wpm
UKI'AKT. O.<*O.K.K.?C.4-0.XMr?WMt| AKR;YV.
7:60am For Columbna and Chicago *12:56 am
11:03 *f Colmnbua. < ln.andChlomoi C:i0nm
10:45?m Chicago Limited *&:toim
|!0:40pm CSoltunbua. Cin. A 8L l.outa. *6:40 am
14*30 pu Colnmbua Accra jil:oo am
til:0ftam .....61. C!*ii>villc Actum fHiW ?
U:H0pm .....St.ClairaviHuArcnm tc:l0im
ti:80aDi i.'olumbuaA Cincinnati Kx.|.. ........
oafAHT. U.&O.K.U.? B.Div. a kri ye.
5:45am ...?~Kor l'ltbburgb.MM~M.. *iirt?am
*7:20am Pittaburgb....... ...... *6:66pm
4:20pm ..^..Piitabuncb and East....... *l0:M)pm
fl:40pm Pituburgb ..... |12:45pm
..........................PltUbuiyh j*:<k>aia
tft:8Ppm ...Waahkurton. Pa.. Accom- t":t?0ag
DurAkT. P., C. A wr. L. ItT. laiirsT
17:20 am ............Pitubunrh............ 19:20 pm
fl :86 pm .Pittsburgh and hew York. f8:45pm
ft:20 pm .Pittsburgh and New York, fu :00 am
f9:40 pm ...Pittaburgh and M. Y. Ex... .......
WMMT.
7:20 am Kxpreaa, Cln. and 8t. 1/JUia 16:60 am
tt:4Upm ilxprvM, cln. and 8t. Louia {9:20pm
f 1:8ft pm Bxprcaa, Bteabetivil lo ft Col {8:45 pm
f4:20pm ...HteubcuvillcA Doimiton... .......
DxrahT. c. m t*. k. it. ahrivk.
5:50 am .Plttabg'h, cieve. ft Chicago 19:15 pm
49:48 am ^.StoubenTlllo Accom....... 4l :lb pm
tll:12am .Pittsburgh aud hew York,, fll :12 am
f2:00pmL.-Clercland and Chicago.... 10:00 am
f3:44 pmLPltUburRh and Now *ork~ f 6:52 pm
*7:11 pm| .Kant Liverpool,......,.. |i2:l'2am
lUrART. I Cm 1.. 6l A . 11. it. ARRITB
*12:18 pmKxpreaa, Cleveland, K. A W. tS:l9pm
f6:12pmL~...Maisillon Acoom fil:83 am
8:00 am L....8LClalr?vllloAooom tt :85 am
tl0:88 am ......St. ClairiTllle Accom-... 4l :16 pa
M;19pmL....Bt.ClalriVllloAorom p:IOpm
6:21 pm JSL ClalrtTlIIe Acoom...... 6 :? pm
l:18pm|..loc?l Freight and Aceom.. 112:06 pta
DfcTART. UiilU KiVKR K. K. ARRIVI.
7:00am ....MM.NMMPau?uker.....M. 11:06 am
11:40 am ...^.^...FasMnffor^...^..^.. *8:83 pm
4:80 pm|.........^....PMwn>cer.M. *8:00 pia
uuvn | u.| L. & c. i4.iii.KoAD. arritr
BRIXAIRI BR1XA1KR
4:00 pmLJJcUair? cad ZueifJUla,*. 10:8& ?m
7:00 mf Mixed Train 7:20 pm
STEAMER R. K. PHILLIPS.
Leave Wheeling, Dally Trip, City lime-6:40, .
8:80.10:00 and 11:46 a* m.; 2:00, 4:00,0:ou p. m.
Leave Wheeling Sundays, City Time?8:00,
lOflOMicnwjO^mj^^^^
STEAMKU8.
For Cincinnati, Louisville, Momphis,
St. Louis, New Orleans,
and Intermediate Points,
Will leave Wharf boat, foot of Eloronth street,
dally, Mouday excepted, as followa:
. ? *? *. Steamer "CONGO." Ed. Maddy,
Bfl&iff Master: Julca Wohrman, tiler*;
Ml every Bandny at 8 a. m.
m . Steamer " KKY8TONR STATE,"
LaKllfrT. 8. Calhoun, Master: Chas. Knor,
MBB Clerk, every l'uwadity at 8 a. m.
, w t-tcamer "ANDBS," E, B. Cooper,
IJCqg Master; Al. J. Hlavln, Clerk; every
Hh Wedne#?jMy at 8 a- ju.
jr-> w Sleamer "HUDSON," J. F.Klllion,
I >&ilTl Master: Dan fac?y, Clerk; every
wHHA Thursday at 8 a. m.
. trt> Steamer "it ArciiULOK," Geo, K.
O'Neal, Master; Tim Peutrcll, Clerk;
MM* every frldtty at 8 a. m.
. k Steamer "SCOTIA," John M,
t-lfiffiJ Phillips, Master; R. 11. Kerr, Clerk;
every Sntuntny at 8 a. w.
First-class faiv, Wheeling to Cincinnati, 80.
Rouud Irip, S10. Meals arid state room in*
eluded, llcket* transferable and good until
used For freixht or pauage apply on board, or
l.1..?l.nns VA :tiu
)>W CKWiKAIW * WOOTIt, Agent*.
IUlIiltOADS.
HEELING & ELM GROVE RAIL
R 'A 1>. On aud alter Monday, December
1,1890, traliiH will rati u lollowa, City Time:
LEAVB Wbuuksi
6:03 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a.m.. 9:00 a.m., 10:00
a. a., 11:00 a. m,, 12:00 m? 1:00 p, m.,2:00 p,
m.. 8:00 p. ro., 4:00 p. 6:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m.,
7:00 p. m., 8:00 p. m., 9:00 p. m., *10:45 p. m.fl
Lxxv* Elm Uaovx.
6:00 a. m., 7:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m.. 9:00 a. m.,
10:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m., 12:00 m., 1:00 p. tn., 2:00
?. m., 8:00 p. m., 4:00 p. m , 6:00 p. m.. 6:00p. m.,
:00 p. m.. 8:00 p. m.. 9:U0 p. m., 10:00 p. m.
Pallr except Sunday. ,
SUNDAY?Church trains leave Kim Grove at
0:43 a. m. aud Wheeling at 1^:17 p. tn.
J. U. GILLBLEN,
del General Manager.
JgALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD?
Departure and arrival o(
train* at Wheeling. Kaiit/& ftAjfe!
X prn "n*6, ^edoM ,n *'
fflfeT'^2/Sfi " MA'S lll.NK KA8T.
Eli X\\-(a1 J*5 For Baltimore, Philadel*
At>d New York, 12:06*.
taYjr;i . pr&m.A'M a.m., 2:30 p.m.dally
M-Ky Cumberland aecoramodatlon^8:00
a. m. dally, except
Grafton Accommodation,'iiiSO p. m.. dally.
MoundavJlio Accommodation, S:U0a m., and
2:30 p. m., except bunday.
awtrvH.
From New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore)
8:45 a. m. and 12:46 p. m. and ll:4Up. m., daily.
Cumberland Accommodation. 6:06 p. m., ex.
cept fluuday.
Gnt/toc Accommodation, 12:45 p. m., dail/.
Mouudavillo Accommodation. b:ih a. m., 12:48
p. m., daily, 6:W p. m., cxcepl Hunday.
TBANB-OHIO DIVISION.
For Chicago, 7:60 and 11:06 a. m. and 10:45 p
m. dally.
Cincinnati Kxpreaa, 7:80 and 11:06 a. m. daily
and I0:?o p m., dally except Eaturday, and 2:80
a, m. Sunday only,
Columbia Accommodation, 4:80p.m., except
'bl *&alraville Accommodation, 11:00 a. m,
and 4:80 p. m., except bundar.
AtlBlVK.
Chicago Expren, 12:66 and 5:40 a.m. and 6:10
p. n. daily.
Cincinnati Exprews, 5:10 a. m. and 6:10 p. m.,
Colnmbtis Accommodation, 11:00 a. m., dally,
except Hundar.
Bt. Clairavillo Accommodation, 11:00 a, m.and
6:10 p. tn., dally, cxcopt Bunday.
WHEELING 4 PITTBBUItUH DIVISION.
For Pittaburgh, 6:46 and 7:20 a. m., dally, 1:40
p. m., dally, oxeept Sunday.
For Pittsburgh and tiie Kajrt, 6:70 p. m., dally.
Waahlngton Aooommodatlon, 6:80 p. m., dally,
excopt Sunday.
amjti:
, From Pittsburgh, 11:00 a. m., dally, and 12:4i
p. m.. daily, except bunday, 6:K aud 10:80 p.
m., dally,and 2:80 a. m.,Sunday only.
Washington Accommodation, 7:60 a. m., daily
except Hunday.
QHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
i Direct ronte to Marietta', Parkcraburg, Point
I Pleaaant, Huntington, Ashland, Port*mnuth
and Cluclunatl. Also to CharleaUm. Clifton ,
. Forgo aud Htauuton, Va., and Lexington and
Loularille. Ky.
Time Table effective January 11. Ifi'jl:
Leave- %. in a. m p.m.
VN hiding 0:00 I0:4t> 3:80
Arrive? p.m.
Marietta ........ 9:JW 2:tt 7:15
Parkimburg.........*. io:l?- 2:46 7:45
\> m
Point Pleaaant. l:?7 6:M
Huntington 8:?r> 7MS........
a.m.
A ah land 4:? *:0<
lorUmmitb .?. 4:05 .......
1 P
? Charlatan. ... Mfc .......
a. m.
Clifton Forge c,-.v
Mfiiuitmi . .......
1 exlogton -
?/)nHvHle..... .......
, lbugage clieckc<l through to destination of
5 ticket*.
W.J. ROBIN*ON, General FartcHger Agent,
. Parkembnrg, W. Va.
1 A. J. HANDY, AaiUtant General Fatienger
Agent, Parker?burg. W. Va.
J. G. TOMLlhtJON, fauen^er Agont, Wheelfng.
W. Va.
? Central Standard Tlmo.
ennsyJvaniaLjnes.i
From Urlduoport Station
1 Trains via Uio Cleveland A PfttabMrgn Rail*
road leave Bridgeport for PitUhtirKh. Chicago
ami CloTrNnil, 4:M) a. n. For Pliuhurgb, tu:ia
a. m. For Chicago an l Cleveland, i:CQp. tn. For
Fltuourgb and New York, 2:4i p. m. For Htau*
r beoTllle, ?:43a.w.
Train* arrive at Bridgeport at 8:00 a. m., 10:80
1 a.cn.; 12:10 p. m, 4:W p. in..andH:15p. m.
Hn 'l?tnriUv. r.tilr?(Mr rtjnI l.lvftrti.uil. /!:!!
p. to.; from K**t Llrerpc,ul, ll:12 p. m.
FROM WHKKUMO 8TATJON.
h Tmlns via tto HtUburgli. Clnehinr.t! & flt.
LouU Hallway-J an Hamllc iioute? WwveW heel
? ttifc (or MUu^nTllle. Pittsburgh ?nii the Kant,
, 6:2Ua. m., *2:34 p. m., 3:20 p. m , and b:40 p. m.
I ? or Columbui. Cincinnati, fndlhuapoli* and St.
Ix>ul?, 0:20 a n. and 8:40 p. m. For i Join m boa
and Chicago, 32:1) p in. Iraln?*rri??at Wheeling
at 6 :&0 a. in., I0;0u a. ra.,2:45 p m. and&:20p.
? m. Train! leafing at 0:20 a. in. an J arrlrlngat
" 11:20 p. in., run eolld between Wheeling and
l'ltt?'"irch. All tralnad*llf otn.t>t Minder.
CO ft NICK AND TIN HOOFING
. Galvanized Iron Cornice
AND
" Tin Roofing.
m,
rtpedal attention glrcn to all kind* r?f Rnitn
I bom and Ti* Work on bulldlaga. AltoHtKU
and Vur l:oori*o.
U1V and get price* before conlrac'Jng, aa I an
1 prepared to give liARUAlMJ In that Uneuf work.
B. F. CALDWELL,
lilt Oouu UtiL ud South it- tea.

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