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Frew, C'ufiqthcll & llart, I'ropV.
Iflfil'FU DAILY, BEMMTEKKLY & WEEKLY.
TlTuMS:
?y Mall, Tofrtftgc Fiee lo Iho United State*.
j)aily, One Year. 98 00
Daily, 81* Months 4 oo
Daily, Three Moutii* si oo
Daily, Ono Month 0.1
Semi-Weekly, Oct-Year ?- 2 50
Hull \Vl?KLY, Six Months...^ .... 1 iic
Weekly, Ouo Year 1 oo
Weekly, blxMocUu ~ oo
The Daily jxtki.nncncck 1? Delivered ty
narrlimlii WUeilugana adjacent town* at lo
ccnU per week.
rj'EhK)i*n uuhing to stibicrlhe to the Duly
JNrkLLiMKM'm cau do w hy i*urtliig in tfcclr order*
to thu Jmki.lk/XN< ,;k otUeeou l'uttal Card
or oihTwlw. They will ho punctually nerved
by carrier*.
TKLEl'HONE NL'MBEBfl:
Editorial Kootcii 4 31 j
Counting Koatu ?...4 1 u
(nnttred nt tlie Podtcllict' at Wheeling, W.Va.,
ai Kt'ond claaa matter.J
WHEELING, APRIL 14, 1801.
Now wo know what the gentle springtime
is.
* Ir all the Barn urn stories going around
were pat in ono book it would take a
dray to haul it. The prince cf showman
furnithed tons of this kind of ina*
terial in his busy life. He was fond of a
good story and delighted in a harm las
. practical joke.
In some parts ol Ireland ether is preferred
to whisky as a beveroge. A man
can slay comfortably drank on it all
dty for tho price of two drinks cf
whisky. If nothing elso Here available
some people wcnld chow nails to see il
they wouldn't tnako drunk*.
John Kusskll Young, writing in the
"VowVnrlr Pma riiviuvvQ the RCDUbli
can field anil condndes that Mr. Blaine,
"by his silence or his assent," will be
the next Republican nominee for tlie
Presidency.' Mr. Young is a close and
experienced observer. Mr. Blaine never
was stronger with tbe party and tbe
people than ho is to day ? probably
never eo strong.
The Lrglalntme unit tS?e Ulrcct Tnx.
If tho direct tux resolution of the Legislature
was all right it was all wrong
not to send it to Washington in its all
right form. The Treasury has nothing
bat the certified copy to guide it, and
that must show that tbe requirements
of tho act of- Congress have b?en met.
All the samo the reeolution of the Legislature
wm wrong in giving away
$18,000 ay fees for collecting what Congress
is Teuly to pay over without collecting.
Thtehone of the most liberal
acts of or; y Initiative body.
Is West Virginia so rich that she has
no ute for this money? It would have
been better to add it to the appopriation
for her representation at the World'e
Fair, whore we expcct to get something
in return.
But the matter in not ended yet, nor
is the solution f-o ee&y as the State
authoritka thought. Tho poiut raited
at Washington that West Virginia is
probably a debtor to tho United States
may give us further pause. As it is new
' for tlio first time.raised, and since tl.e
Attorney General hps not rcached a conclusion,
the rest ol us may takealitt.'e
time to think about it.
There is enough in this point to,engpgs
tho serious attention of West Virginia
and to place in a new light the
Virginia debt question, which has been
seen already in nearly ail tho lights the
prism can show. It may prove to bo tho
point on which that whole question is
to turn.
N?w England Ajgrlcnlturt*.
Much lies been eaid about the abandoned
farms of New England, and much
is to be seen by the traveler who patses
through what may be called tho bligbteu
eections of Vermont and Massachusetts,
in particular. Farms are growing up
without cultivation; houses stand with
do tonants but bats and owls.
This matter is being madethesubjectof
close official inquiry in tbo several State e,
and with somewhat surprising results.
It is shown that tho abandonment is;
confined to those localities which in
view of railroad development are least
favorably situated and whosBBoil is most
rocky and sterile. It is found at the snme
time that iu Massachusetts the acreage
under cultivation increases by an encouraging
per ceutage that there is this
increase in tho lo'cslities in which the
abandoned farms lay, and that there is
a steady advanco in the productiveness
of tho farm area of each of the States.
The highest farm valuca, and therefore
the highest rate of productiveness,
measured in money, is found near the
manufacturing centers, great and small.
That way is tho drift of population, for
thero aro tho btstand readiectmarkets
found.
Observers of this focial and industrial
movoment in New England make the
obvious comment that a similar movement
haB set in in portions of the Great
West, and yet tho Great West will continue
to grow. From this state of facts
is drawn tho rational conclusion that
Njw England Agriculture is not dead
by a great deal.
Koglnod and the Turin*.
Mr. William J. Harris, an English
Protectionist, is much disturbed by the
operations of the McKinley tariff act,
and ho thinks Kogland should come
back at us with all the retaliated force
alio con command.
In a letter to tho London Kronomiet
Mr. Harris says that "thu McKinloy
tariff io likely to do a great deal more
harm to tho United Kingdom than any
other nation." This raw only bo if we
are buying fiom Eogland mora th;n
from any other nation commodities
which we should produco and shall
shortly produce in sufficient quantities
to meet our wantp. It cannot bo true at
all if, as the Freo Traders insist, the
consumer pays the tax, for it will make
no d;fierence to hitn wbeie the goods
are made eo long aa he must pay the
name tax on tho foreign and the domes*
tic product.
Mr. Harris knows that tho Britieh
manufacturer n:uat pay duty before he
can bring his wares into this country,
and that if we be producing tho like article
in considerable quantity the foreign
manufacturer will davit get that duty
back. This it-is that moves this English
writir to seek rctaliative measures. He
would have a stiff duty on breadstuOs
and meat, in order to stir up American
farmers to vote the Democratic ticket
This frank Englishmen's views on this
point are best given in his own langnage:
First. let them rctremlw that flvcoutof ever/
men of tbo United btatw voters are Interested,
wither dirfctly or Indirectly, In the price of land
or In the mine of sgrlcultural produce. We see
??y tbo rwiit ejections ill Canada what a strong A ?
Influence self interest bus, er?u where tho Inducement
in uot no great. We know that a large
Meet ion of the Democratic party la anxious to n
make opposition m the McKlnlef tariff a lead ..
ii'K plark in the nextelection. JfweaJlowMr. th(
BMno to wore frwh victories by means of tills
uriir.lt will stand on It* own merits, and the 001
Protectionists will gsln the day. If. on the other tnS
hsnd, we show our power of self-defense, the nl- , *
tra protectionist policy will bo blown to the Bid
four winds of heaven, and In its plsce the Dera
erratic jmriy will come Into power on the platform
of reciprocity v, lth Great Britain.
This la entirely dear. It proposes to
ucur? for tbu Democratic party valuable
assistance to pot that party in power wi
and ihrouiih that organiHtion to remove <1?
the legislation wbich is building np JJj1
American indastrles and crippling !
British industries. Our Democratic mi
friends will not thank Mr. Harris for be
bis blnntness in coming at once to the
point. They may possess their souls in <
peace. The programme will not be car- 1
ried out.
Grefit Britian will not re-enact the r0
corn laws. She does not dare do it. She ha
would liavo a rebellion on her hands be- "I
fore the ink on the act could dry. The
time may conic when she can feed her- jlc
self without drawing on the United m
States, but it has not come yet Mean- th
while she will continue to buy of us
wLatshe wants.no more, no less. p0
Wnttorson Wakea Them Up. .
One day last week Mr. Watterson, in
one of his piclnreeqne leading articles, ba
asked the New York Democracy to listen co
while be gently remarked, "the West 1
and the South do not mean to stand any *'
more d?d nonsense." It is a surprise ja
to learn that this kindly admonition has lu
not pleased New York Democrats.
Tho qualified nonsense about which tr,
Mr. Wattcison was talking la the quad- se
riennial demand of the Empire Demo- th
(n I.mm nnn nt fchnir own nilt at th? !?
head of the Presidential ticket This is
what Mr. Wattarson was driving at when al
ho eaid that Democrats don't mind buy- ?i
injj the loyalty of New York, but they ]jj
are getting tired of paying too high a ar
price for it. Whether this was a haider or
rap at Cleveland than at Hill, or vice
versa, was not explained. The article is JJf
interpreted as a pronuueiamento against w<
any New York aspirant for 1892.
The West is in the saddle and the re
South is in the trenches, and if Mr. ^
Watteraon is speaking by the card those
who have the good fortune to be at the
next Democratic National Convention
will oot feol like wasting a quarter on ?1
any other circuB that season. ar
BAltM'M* TORIES jj
The Old fcliowrnmn'a Love of ChUdren-IIe j*
fttfltd Ilia Lawyer.
?u> York Timca.
Two etories that are new will illus- *!
trite more forcibly than anything else
could, the bond of affection that existed
between Barnum and the children. e_
I'hroo years ago, whon the show was
about to open at the Harden, a most pa- ?g
thetic letter, addressed to Mr. Barnuin,
came from a little nine-year-old boy on a_
the east 6ide. It was printed on a scrap ,u
of paper, and ia given here verbatim: c
Dkhk Mk Baunum: i am a little bov
an i am eic in bed. i hav ben wating a
long time for jure circus to come an
now its come i can not go the doctor
sais. Dc.ro Mr. Barnnm plese let the peraid
go by my hous. * * tal
.Mr. Barnum at once ordered the pa- th
rade to conform its route to that Bick th
boy's wish, though it took it four blocks qu
out of the lino originally laid down. in
Another story, allowing the children's tri
lovo for Itanium, is told in connection ea
with the story of his deathbed. Mon- Lc
day a week ago a packago arrived at Mr. re<
Baruuin's-Bridgeport house. It was Hi
opened and found to contain a little fo- of
Ho with twenty crude little sketchee il- cu
lustrating the circus. Thero was also a sh
letter addressed to Mr. Barnum. Ik ne
came from a ten-year-old girl in this city, lai
SJie fesnid she had been to his circus and et<
had liked it very much. Hbe heard that he
ne was sick and could not come to see
his circiif, bo cho had drawn him the
pictures about it, as she hoped they ^
would please him.
Barnum was an inveterato joker, and 2
a joke did not lose its flavor with him if
it was turned against himself. He loved
to relate tlio practical jokes in which he ]
I had participated. One cf hiB last jokes po
wca played on a party of good deacona oa
and elders, pillars of tbe church of at(
which he was a member. They were Fc
aloud his private yacht, and early one
Sunday morniug were ateaming toward ]
New York, intending to go to church W
here. Two of them wanted sharing.
Barnum also wanted a shave. They
drew lots to see who should shave first. E0
Barnum was tho lucliy one.
"I'll tell you what I'll do," said Bar- ru
num with a chuckle,"I'll shave one side
of my face and pass the razor along to
you. You both ahave one aide of ymrr be
face then. While I am sharing tbe
other side of my face you can be latheriug
the other side of your'a and we'll get ra
through quick."
The good Deacons fell into Mr. Barnurn's
trap without a struggle. Each
shaved one side of hia face. Barnum DA
started in and finished hia shave. As
he did so ho turned and threw the razor ku
out of the stateroom window. His merriment
and that of the rest of the party
at the plight of the two half-shaved men
restored their good nature. Making the w.
beat of the situation, they washed the
lather oifol their faceeaanu finished the
trip with one-half ot their faces beard- Ui'8
and the other half covered with a Mc
heavy scrub.
Barnum's last joke waa perpetrated on
hia legal adviser two daya beforo his Fa
death. He turned to that gentleman
and very seriouely said: "My neighbor W1
here has a lot of peacocks. Suppose
they come over in my garden and lay ?
egjis. Are the eggs mine or hia?"
"Well," the lawyer innocently re- eeponded,
"that is an intricate point. 1
I'be next time hia peacocks come over ^
hero and lay eggs we'll mako him sue to
recover them."
Barnum chucklcd and asked: "But
suppose his peahens come?" The accent
he put on tho "hens" allowed the
lawyer how he had been caught, and he
turned from hia client with: "Confound
youf neighbor's peacocks and peahens."
Wo man in tue worm was closer to barnum
than Ben Fish, bis secretary.
Three days before be died Fish was
Handing beside his bed. Suddenly Barnum
turned to bim aud said, in his highpitched
roice: (
"Ben, I nrn going to die this timo." jn
"Ob, what are yon talking about?" yt
Fish answered with feigned indignation, j*
You know you ain't going to div, Mr. "f
Bar num. You know it as well as I do. el
You'll be up arcund making plans for &
the summer in a week."
"No, lien," Mr. Barnurn answered B
slowly, "I am going to die."
Fish made no aoswer, and for a moment
there was silence. Then Barnnm 8
turned to bim win and said brusquely:
"I say, Ben, you had better see the mi
contractor about putting up somo houses ?
on those shore lots. iSre got too much
money in the bank, Ben, too much g
money in the bank."
"Why. Mr. Barnnm," Fish answored 1
in surprise, "you said you were going to 1
die!"
"Ye#, Ben, yes," Barnnm responded
with a twinkle in his eye, "but I ain't _
dead yet, ?m I?" F
i rj(
I Uan Tallin stanrnl ^
bottles ot llradtleld'a Frauds Regulator
lor [illicit of tho womb and other dia- al
enaes combined, ol 10 jeare standing,
and Irmllji Mim lam curnl entirtly, for II
wlilch pleaee accept my tbanka.
Jliu. W. K. ttibdinb, Ridge, Ga.
6o!d at ?holnale and retail by Login Pi
Drug Co., and all drtigglata. 4 ^
' KE81BTISU TtJUTAHO.V.
-Jltlo Una Who Kvtocad llstli Htraagll
sod Vltfom.
?he "blae-lint)" street-car stopped il
i corner, says writer in the Youth'
n/ianion, and a rather anxioua-look!
yoang womaa pat a small boy ine.
'Now, Bob," she said, as she borriec
t to the platform attain, "don't lose
it noto I nave you; don't take it out
yonr pocket at all."
'No'm," said the little man, lookin;
fitfully alter his mother as the con
ctor palled the strap, the driver un
owed his brake, and tho horses, shall
r their bells, trotted off with the car,
'What's yonr name, Bab?" asked
echievous-looking young man sittini
title him.
'Bobert Gallen Deems," he answered
litfly.
"Where are yon going?"
"To my grandma a."
"Let me see that note In yonr pocket.
The look of round surprise in th
and face ought to have shamed tb
by's tormentor, but he only said again
/et me see it."
"I tan't," said Bobert Oullen Deemi
"See here, if you don't, I'll scare tb
irees and make them run away." Tb
tie boy cast an apprehensive look 1
e belled horses, but shook his head.
"Here, Bnb, I'll give you this peacl
you pull that note half-way out 01 yon
cket"
The boy did not reply, but some of tb
tier people looked angry.
"I say, chum, I'll give you this whol
g of peaches If you just show me th
rnor of yonr note," said the temptei
te child turned away, as if he did nc
ah to hear any more, but the youn
an opened the bag, and held it on
Ht where he could see and smell tb
icions fruit.
A look of distress came into the swe<
tie face; I believe Bob was afrsid t
ist himself and when a man left bl
at on the othfcr side, to tret off the ca
e little boy slipped quickly dowi
It the temptation behind, and climbo
to the vacant place.
A pair of prettily gloved hands bega
oiout unconsciously to clap, and the
ervbody clapped and appiauueu um
might havo alarmed Rob, if a youu
by Bitting by had not slipped her ari
ound him, and said with a sweet glo
i her face:
"Tell your mamma that wealkongra
ate her upon having a little mo
rong enough to resist temptation an
ine enough to run away from it."
I doubt if that long, hard message ev<
ached Hob's mother, but no matte
e note got to his grandmother withoi
'er coming out of hla pocket.
Doafncea Can't be Cored
r local applications, as they can n(
ach the diseased portion of the ea
lere is only one way to enre deafnee
id that is by constitutional remedic
nafness is caused by an inflamed coi
tion of the mucous lining of the em
chian tube. When this tube gets ii
imed you have a rnmbling sound c
iperfect hearing, and when it is ei
rely closed deafness is the result, an
)less the inflammation can be take
it and this tube restored to its normi
ndition, hearing will be destroyed fo:
erf nine cases out of ten are caused b
tarrh, which is nothing but an ir
lined condition of the mucous sarfacei
We will give one hundred dollars fc
iy case of deafness (caused by catarrh
at we can not cure by taking Hall1
itarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
toTSold by drnggiats, 75c. daw
A Fatal Bflatake.
Physicians make no more fatal mil
ke than when they inform patient
at nervous heart troubles come fror
e stomach and are of little cone<
:ence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the note
diana specialist, has proven the cor
try in his new book on "Heatt Di?
ae," which may be had free at th
igan Drug Co.'s, who guarantees au
commends Dr. Miles' uneqnaled Net
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res nervous and organic heart disease
ort breath, fluttering, pain or tendei
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u Ilia Keatorative Nervine cure
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irown's Iron Bittern Rebuildsiho
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Flies, Piles, Piles.
[iOOfle'a Red Clover Pile Remedy is i
Bltive apeciflc lor all formB oi the die
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DIED.
FF?In Lexington, Va., on Saturday. Apri
11.1891. Mary anw Chai-usr. wifeoi the lat
John Q. Koff, In the 7Mh year of her ago.
ueral services at Bt. Matthew's Church oi
Tuosday, the 11th imt.,at 10 a. m, Intel
ment privato.
BRY-On 8unday,Aprll 12,1891, at 7:16 p. m
Mrs. J(?xrNi2fi Bbrrt, widow of the lat
John W. Berry, hi the Mth year of her age.
ueral services at'her lata residence, one mil
woat of Bridgeport, 0., Tuesday, tho 141!
lust., at 2 o'clock p. m. Interment prlvat
at Lin wood Cemetery. *
3BY?On Sunday, April 12,1801, at 3 o'cloel
p. m.. William Thomas, son of Frauk (
and Eflla J. Darby, aged 10 yaars and 4 dayi
ueral from the residence of her pa rests at Be
1704 EofT atreot, Tuesday afternoon at 2:3
o'clock. Interment at renlosular Ceraeterj
Friwnds of the family Inrlted to attend.
MISER?At his home in Knoxvilio. Tenn
on Sundsy morning. April 12, iwl, Aiju
anpkr Warrbr, son-in law of D. C. Lis
agcsl 40 jears.
ueral Tuesday aftcraoon, 14th insl.
KF.B?At Helena, Montana, on Sunday. Anri
12.1W1, UaoaoK I)., sou of D. A. and Mar;
McKee, in his 36th year.
ueral notice hereafter.
[Stoubon vllle papers pleaso copy. |
IKKLBR?On Monday. April 1ft, 1891, at 111
m., Mas Ell fun *hmlkr, wifo-of the lat
Henry Wheeler, in the 7Vth yoar of hor agi
ueral notice horcafter.
fOolnmbus papors pleaso copy 1
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Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation
you must use
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FEMALE 1
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CAItTKRATILLB, April 3R, ISM.
ThU will certify that two methbom of ray
^mediate famllj. after having suffered for
iara from Ifffnntrnal Irregularlty,
ilng treated without benefit by physician*,
ere At length completely cured br one bottlo
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i?niw and all Druggists.
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1 They do it Simply to Bring Their
Bkill Within the Ileaeh of All,
(ho Poor ua well the llich.
g
Doctors Copeland <fc Bell have of late
!* received many inquiries from people
' who have said that they would like to
take treatment, but have felt restrained
D from doing so on account of the im?
presiion that the treatment would reauire
the expenditure of a groat deal of
me and money.
At the argent requestof many of their
patients having friends whom they wish
? to placo under treatment, and for the
benefit of those who are unable to pay
0 the usual price charged by physicians,
6 Drs. Copeland & Bell will hereafter treat
'? all patients at'the uniform price of five
dollars a month, including medicine. All
' patients will be treated for the same fee
e until cured.
n Solomon lUnlcr.
n Tbo following statement wai Riven by Mr.
il .Solomon Kcoder. an eld resident of Wheeling.
? l*vln?cbi 4W Market fctreet:
"I had been troubled with catanb for twenty111
five years nnd since I havo taken a courso of
K treatmeut from Dr*. C'opelaud A Hell 1 feel better
than 1 lud at any time during that period.
, "I had torrible palmt lu my head. My now
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n wan ?ore and Inflamed. Of late 1 wan greatly an,i
noyed by my hawking and spitting. My atomach
wm in a very bad erudition. 1 bad a troub
lc?o me dlarrb(ca I felt weak, tired aud exjr
haunted all tlio time.
P "Slnco 1 have taken their treatment, the #ymn?
toms I havo spoken of have left me. My
It head and throat are clear. My appetite is good.
I eleop well and icel well, lu short, I know
they have eatirely cured me."
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Dr. E. C. Wot's Nfrvk and Biwiw Truatwent,
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Disxit
ncss. Convulsions, Kit*, Nervous Neuralgia,
t, Headache, Kervous Prostration canned bj the
usoof alcohol or toraco. Wakerulnws, Mental
Depression, Poflenlng of tbo Brain resulting in
. insanity aad leading to misery, decay and death,
1 Premature Old Arc. Barreiinc**, Low nl Power
r in either a?x, Involuntary Lo**?'S and Rptrmatorrtia'a
caused by over exertion of tho brain,
self abuse or over-Inrtulpenco. Kach box contains
ono month's treatment. It CO a box, or
six boxes for 96 00, cent by mail prepaid on recolpt
of prlco.
' WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To euro any case. TJ ith each order rccoiTed by
ua for six boxes, accompanied with IftOO, we will
~ send tno purchaser our written guarantee to re
lund the money tl ibe treatment does not Wtact
a cure. Guarantees lisucd only by
MOI.A1N BROTHERS. Drucclsts,
Bole Agents. McLain's Block.corner Market ?nd
Twelfth streets. Whaling. W. Va. JalO-rrhMW
Allwnt?.?a. onit cliH?; Whltehnl) h
DRUGGISTS.
The "Princess"
-HEADACHE POWDERSfl
I? T
?turn in ten lUiDwu-m?
For Fale by DrnggUta. mr20
IRE WORK FOR OFFICES,
Wiro Work for Builders,
Win Work for Cemeteries, Wiro Work for
11 onset, Wire Work of JKrery Dcucriptloa.
WIRE WOBK8, 1707 EOFF ST.
Telephone 147. W. B. ALL1BON.
tnfo-TTIMH
lf "MY OWIiY XUniiKBF."
> Kudo's Mills, Upslinr Co., W. Va.
* DR. A.8. Toi)l>?Dear Sir: For many years
,f have 1 been aniu-tcd with (llietucd Liver; and
although 1 try to c<*t aloiljr sometimes without
your Fills, 1 And it useless, they oro my ouly
relief. Flease send me boxes and oblige,
David U.butTif.
INTI-BILIOUS PILLS
i. If your drnfslst does not keep them send 23c. to
& Hun, Koto I'mprlftor*, TVlu'tllng, W. Va.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
X17" ANTED AT ONCE-A COMPETENT
prescription clork. Apply at
BOCK 1 NO'S PHARMACY. spM
WANTED-A 80BER YOUNG
TT man snd good single horao drl?cr. CaII
at corner Market and Mtith sweet ?pl4
F)R SALE?HOUSE NO. 28 VIRGINIA
fltrcct, nine rooms, lot 60x120. Pos
rPMlnn given at race. ROLF & H AKVEY, 1114
Market street. apU
W-ANTKD-A MAN TO TAKE AN
v t ofllc? and represent a m\nulactnrer: ISO
per week; small cplUl required. Address, with
stamp, MANUKAClUHhh, Box 70, Weil Acton,
Mhmi. apl?
A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME FOR
active ladles and gentlemen to teenro a
very p'.ea?aataud profltaolo tmtlucss. AddreM
with 2 rent stamp, CONSOLIDATED SHOE CO.,
atom. Mam. ap!4 rrbaa
ORGANIZERS FOR A8EMI-ANNUAL
Endowment Society. This Society has
paid SSOO.OOO ou matured certificates, and called
no oxpen*o assessment: the eutlro bcnofltfnnd
held In trust by the Statu Treasurer of Maxsa
cliUHts. Address PBIJMDLY AID SOCIKrY,
Waltham, Maw. apll
5008UADE TREE*
Do yon want Cholco Shade Trees ?
Sec me. I haYe flOO Carolina Poplars. finest
ever seen lu Wheeling, extra largo, which I
will coll, planted ana Insure*, at low prices.
Orders can be telephoned to St. Charles Hotel
orient by mull.
wpM M. L. HILL.
gEALED PR0P03ALS.
Bids will be received at tho mines of the Pitts
borjh dt Wheeling Coal Company, Drill Post*
ofllce, Belmont county,'Ohio, for clcaniug
tweuty-flve water closets.
J. E. WATEB3,
npH Furorintcndont.
J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The plans and specifications for tho contemplated
uew SL John's Church, Benwood, W. Va.,
tauv be so*a at the office of Joieph Lclnor,
architect, 71 Twenty fourth ttrcot, Wheeling, W.
Vs., who will receive estimate* on tboramo up
to April 27, 1691, at 2 p. m. The committee reservos
the right to rcject any or all bida.
apU-rrhAs THE CO MM IT TUB. 1
! J^OTS OF NICE GOODS
?To bo found at tbo?
jCHINA, GLASS ARD POTTBRY STORE
?orEW1HQ
BROS'.,
apU 1215 Market It., opp. McLoro Houne.
^0 CARPENTER CONTRACTORS.
lildfl are solicited for doing an exteniivo Job of
ctrponter work. All material will be farnuhed
and tho contracting carpeutcr will luvo to fur
nlkb only Implement*, tools mid labor, and give
eecur.ty for t?o faithful porfortnanru of con*
tract. t'lati* and apeclflcatlona can bo aeou on
*?d after Monday, April M. at the ofllce of M. K.
Uleary, arenltect, lu kolily'a building. Bldi
will bo clobca ou the last day of April.
PH JAMWl. HA WHY.
I JpOR WEDDING^
ANNIVERSARY GIFTS,
PICTURES AR?: THE BEST ! I
Fin* Stocr Now in Stobk.
VMtora Welcome.
E. L. NICOLI, AHT STOKE,
ap'J 1222 Market Btroet.
jyjONUMENTS.
Mr. P. D. Carroll la now rccclrlng from Qnincy
Bane and otbor quarries tbo flu wit 0R1NITES,
I which wcro cut and fluiahed complete during
! tbo winter mouthi, aud he la now prepared to
sell them at a (.mail pioflt, at his works, No. JO
Sixteenth a'.net, near tho silo of tho Old Stone
Bridge. tnrtfi daw
F1NEFISHIKGIACKLE
??Consisting of?
SPLIT BAMBOO. IANCE WOOD,
(J BEEN HE AHT, and AdH ROD*,
HARD RUB8RR and N1CKLK BEEL9,
Beat Orauds BABH aud TROIJT HOOKS.
btM 1JNKN and SIlK BRAIDED LINES,
New ARTIFICIAL BAIT.
FLA^KW, DRINKING CUP3, SCALES.
DJSU0*0#R:J, &C.
CALL IS AXP LOOK US OVER I
Stanton & Davenport.
l.KH Market Slrgjt. jpM
THE BEST WAY
10 SAVE MONEY !
New Ohio Vai.lkt Builduo Association.
Persons who obligate themselvea to save mono;
almost invariably do bo, while thono who art
under no such obligation pasa along throngh the
wurld wltliout a homo or the means ot tccurlLg
one. A tew shares of stock In a well-maniigcd
Building Association, which compols the holders
to make a weekly deposit of a fixed amount,
Is about the mi rent u ay to accumulato money.
Saviug Banks arc good Institutions for such purpciM*.
but experlcuce shows that tbo regular
weekly deposit, which one promises himsell or
herself to make, Is often neglected, and the result
Is the money is not there.
The amendment tossed by the late Legislature
to the law regulating Building Associations
widens the scope of their usefulness, and makes
them much xnore efficient In providing for the
wantH of thfcir mombers. Tho Board of Dlrectoi*
of tho Ohio Valley Buiidlag Association, realicing
this fact, will take liamodlato advantago of
tho improved law, and will lasue a new lorioi of
stock at once.
fahares of stock in tho Now Berks can bo so
cured of cither of tho understood, or ou Saturday
evenings. Knom No. 4, Crangle's Block,
Market street. W. C HANoLAN,
GEO. GUMDUNG,
WE1ZLEHUKBEL.
H. E. WfclSU KRBEB,
J08. BLACK.
WM. RUbTEMKIR,
apl4 HENRY KUG.
NEW YORK
Dental. Association,
1040 Main St., Wheeling W. To.
A LET OP TEETA... ... 6 00
A GOOD SET ? 8 0O
BEST BET 10 00
goid^M^MLTY,
? XTRACTING ....83c,
VITALIZED AIR? 50c.
DR. CTTTHILL,
a pi 8 mw Manager.
Wheeling Title and Trust Co.,
NO. 1315 MARKET STREET,
Titles to Real Estate Examined aad Guaranteed.
Stocks. Bonds and Beat Estate BoughtJ
and Sold on Commlialon.
niKSCToaa:
J. M. Brown, J. F. TTuahea,
Henry Peer, J. 8 Nsylor,
H. F. Bohteus, C. J. Bawling,
Geo. G. Hannan, A. Icymsnn,
j.a. itaii. h. m. Ruufill.
W. P. Hubbard,
II. M. BU88KLL, Treasurer.
LOUIS F. 6TIPEL, Becrotar/.
0. U. E. GILCHRWT, F.xamincr ol Titfw.
apll
ATTENTION I
Until May lit onr ntoro will bo open until
9 o'clock In the evening.
CHOICE NEW GOODS I
The latest In tbc New York market,
suitable lor
Wedding Presents I
OPENED DAILY.
I. G. DILLON & CO.
$500 Reward !
WE will p#jr thonboro reir?rd for any ?i*? or ilrer
Complaint, D>r|M llrvlvhi', Infliction. Con*
?ti|>ati<>n or Coitivenww wo cannot core with W?t'?
V?tfTtAblfl I.IVfr nil*, When I ho direction* artatiictly
compiled with. They aro purely VcRntabl*, and ne*er
fMItoifl'o uil'ftrtlw. RntrarCoalod Urir* boxe<
containing Ti W1U, a rrnU. llewaro or c<ountcrfctt?
an.I Im'tatlon*. Th* nulit? manufactured only t?y
THE JUklU 0. WC8T COill'ANY. C111CAUO. ILL
Bold br McLAlN BROTHERS. oonwr Market
and Twelfth 8to.. Whcallne. W. Va. Ial7-nwraw
ALL USE
PtM
PVEESTiaSAWirHEAJJHfUU
GEO. R. TAYIjOIl?8PIUNC
GEO. R1
13 NOW OP
Regular I
?01
NEW S
AMI
Snmmur
rv VE JLJLM. V A.
^=^IFOR
ALL GOOD!
?Arid Placec
THIS MC
COltDIAL INVIT
To Call and See the
Geo.RI
Main Street Enl
Market Street Ei
>1. EMSHEIMBIl?OLOAK .
EHSHE
Cloak and Suit
OUR SPEC
Jackets, Blazers, Rc
Capes, Shawls, Ficl
H^EMSF!
18 and 20 Ele'
GREAT CLOTHING AN!) 81
Great Clothing i
GIGANTIC FAILURES! TB
VThe grcAt sale of FTNK CLOTHING and BE
8T8.. Bridge Corner, Wheeling, W. Va.
The failure of several leading hou*o? In the
upon thousands of dollars' worth of FINK CLOTJ
any price to rslso money for hungry creditors
picnic. Wc were there and got our khare, and nc
tloned In this seotiou. and aa wo expect a heavy tra
abort, qulcJt work of It. These goods mu>t be sole
are gone. Thin In fair warning, and If you misi
and 8H0IB at leaa ttan one third and one half prii
an array of extreme bottom figures never before s
or Insolvent, no matter whether cash or credit, wl
and steal what they may before the bolt falls-It
and mean It to be FINAL, DKCIB1VB and CKUi-H
FACTS, and FIGURES that WILL NOT AND CAM
A Cyolone?M<
Men's 14 50 Bulla co at this sale at 37 J
Men's IS and l& 60 Pulls at... t :
Men's Ifi, 16 ftO and 17 SulU a... 3 87 !
Men's (8 and t8 60 Huita at 4 AO 1
If you can match these goods for lets than dou)
us by returning the same and we will choerfully n
as we can mwe u, *uu wo ouu hwmj ? u*? wo n
A Whirlpool?1
Men's II Good Working Pants at......~......9 48 II
Men's II60. II75 and tl Panta at ? 07 '
Men's 13 Panta, our Great Leader, at-.-.- l 1811
Again we trake you the ofler?that la, we here!
goods we sell II not fatly ?atlaIactory In every sens,
tbo price. This offer appliea to everything we sell
A Crash-Boya* 8
Boys' 40c Panta, a great bargain, at. 10o 11
Hoys' roc Panta, big tollers, at....MMMMH?.H. *Oc I I
Boys' Mo PanU, extra value, a A Ac [ I
Boys' II40 Hulu. a special drive, at 87c 11
Onr large More fllUd with gooda to overflowlni
ftod Flag. Auction and Bborlffa* Hales will tarn oui
to BOO. cut this out.
An Explosion?
Men's II40 Shoes, at big drlvo, at 7ft 11
Men's 1176 Congress Shoes, London tlpt.M 1 101
Men's II 76 Lace Hhoea, Globe tipt. 1 1011
Men's N Pine Dress Hhoes. - 1 SS11
Remember our ofler? we mean lull satisfaction
bargain dtsJcrs here to stay and propoae to bold y<
A Surprlso-Lndlt
Ladles' 1126 Fine Serge Congwas 8hooa....S 4011
Ladira' U 60 aboes. a ?7 l
Ladles' fl 7I? Kid Button ?boes. a leader... 07 1
Ladles' U 26 Fine lid Button fcboes 1 *61
. These apot cakh thi>ndeibolta thrown upon on:
wonderful ana-ess, and the public, looking lor lull <
gains, and business bums at a rate that llg profits
An Eye-Opener^-C
Children's 40o Kid Button Shoe* 10c I C
Children's 60o Kid Bntton Shoes XAc I C
Children's flftc KM Button Show 37c I
Children's 10c Kid button Shoes ..... 48c |
Merchants Invited. We are prepared to quote ]
your money at our prices?or what Is better, you c
BUB1NKH4. We make money by buying only bargi
logon a small prcflt at half price and less. We can
A Raoket-What v
Band'cblels at 1. % *, 4 and Ic up.worth double. 18
Men'BHalf*Bosoat<.l.6and8e;bergalna. I
Ladiee'Hose at 4,6, land 10c; ball price. | ft
It will pay you to come 100 mllea to attend this
or jou may not net In. These bargains will go (a
bring It along and we will give you a present lor j
E. B. P(
COBNEK STAIN AND TENT II STREETS, BT
Htnrra nt Htoubeunlle. O., Hellnlr*. O..
and 110S Market tttxMt, W heeling, W. Va.
\ AND 8UMMKK GOODS.
AYLOR '
ENING HIS l
J
durchase
S!
r
PRING J
i
60
) at
Goods '
189?^-f A
? G
e
3 OPENED
I on Sale?
)RNING! j
I
ATION TO ALL
i Latest Novelties! i
ii
F
AY LOR.
tranco, 115 0. |
itrancc, 115!!.
_______ C
lYND SUIT UEPAUTMI-.VT.
IMER'S
Department
ilALTIES : s
n
islin Underwear, I
ants' Outfits,
ildren's Clothing,
appers,
:tropolitan Suits. j
lEIMEF^
venth Street. ]
HOK SAIiK?K. a POTTS.
OTTS' ?
and Shoe Sale I f;
P'
KMEND0D8 SACRIFICES! E
0E8 la now going on at MAIN AND TENTH
trade bM thrown upon tbo market thonaanda
HINO aRD BtJOfcB that bad to bo ?acrlflced at
Tbc market glutted aud cath buyer* hiring a
iw propoie to quote vrlce* nover before men- ?
ivel through our ktorc, wo are golog to roako
l at once, %o don't wait until the beet bargalna
I thla OR If AT CYCLONK of FINE CLOTHING
ce, the fault will be your own. Wo quote you
aentlonsd by auy houio ANYWHERE aolrent ?
lietksr buy lug to break aud rob their crcdltoia I
matter* not?we place the?o flsuxoa before you I
1NQ, In Its uhappruacbable, eolld and itubborn +
NOT LIE.
>n's Pine Suits.
Ucn'a 10 and 110 Bulta M..f S 88
Mf n o 111 and 111 M Bulla at <1 00
Uen'atisand immiIw at. 7 on 8
Ucn'a 115 and 116 Sulu at ................. 0 8rt
jleourprlcea In thla city, you will much oblige
afund your money. Thla la aa plain and fair
Ir
rten's Pants. ?(
Ucn'a IS SO and 14 Panta at....m..MM ?,.,|1 89
Hen'a M w and 14 75 Panta at 108
Ucn'a 15 and 15 toPanta aU....^......^. 9 on
>y guarantee tn rofuud you the money for any
d of the word, and worth double the amount of fT
ults and Pants. 1
loya'll CO Sulu, a leader, at.... 08
Soya' H 75 and 12 Dreaa Buita at 118
Joy a' 12 90 Pine Dreaa Bulu at l as
k>y?l3 and IS 59 fine Dreaa buita at...... l 80
K. Thcw alislRe hammer bargalna from the Yi
r atore into a homet'a neat that will be a light s
Men's Shoes.
len'a 92 Congreas Dreaa Shoes, London r:
ASk-szsv. ; n *? T
den's t2 Drew bbocn, beat lor the price... 1 OS
In every lnstanco or money refuuded. We are
our trade.
)s' Pine Shoos. pi
-adjce' 12M Fine Kid Button Bboes.........ll 37
diet' 12 60 Floe Kid Adclla Bboes......^. 1 4a 14
Adlee' |3 Very Flue Kid Buitou Sboee..... l 87 ,
r conn ten from day to day ere tbo cause of our =
ralue for every doliar, is catching on to our bar- T!
ere out of the question. H
hlldren'o Shoes, Ju
;i>jj?3?n'? fl Kid Button Bhoct OSo
JbUdren'g ii 50 Mutton School khoea. 78c
Usscs' fl 87 Button Shoes 87c Th
jricee yon never beard before. You oan doable .
an Mil at a fair profit and DOUBLE YOUR T.fl
tins from Auction and BberlfTa Saloa and sell- 0
i t afford to rob our customers. (
Ve Give Away. ,
eapendera at6,9, Hand IScup; leaden. Uu
ten Shirt* at 10. 26 and 80c up: blf sellers. to
fen's and Boys' Hata at half price and Ism. or
irreat Bale. Bverythlsc must to. Oome early an
?ter than be oan get them. Cut tbla out and
four trouble.
OTTS.
E!
fell
AMUSEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE.
jnday and Tuesday, April 13 and 14.
A Grand Production of
NEIL B URG ESS'
Great New York Buooom,
[MonntyFair,
Exactly m proon tod throe year* ?t the Union
bquare Theatre. Now York. The elevcreat
portrayal of American Country
Life ever written.
EE THE GREAT HORSERACE.
J Real Kentucky thoroughbrode, running O
hor*ct. racing /or one mlnuto In
oonitant view of the audience.
See the Mcrrr Hurting Bee. Genuine Trained
ckevg ringing by tfco County Fair Quartette.
>autl*ul ftcencry and Mechanical K fleets.
Pfticia?Reserved sent* 81. Admluion, 75 and
0. HeatMleopenii Friday morning at if o'clock,
C. A. House's munlc store.
Jrand Opera House.
0. C. gknthkb, . . manaokk.
3REE WlGHT8lNn WEDNESDAY MATINEE
COMMENCING ON MONDAY EVENItG.
APRIL 13.
?Return of the Favorites.?
ti/H I lAMfi At ORR'S
"METEORS!
mcrlca's Uivatpat Specialty Sliow '
PKtcw-Orchoitra chain, 60c: Dxw Circle am1
uliarr.^fi. Referred wenUon palnatWcir'a. agll
j. s. khodhs & co.
Lace Curtains!
JUST OPENED Bf
I.S. RHODES&CO.
'BICES LOWER THAU EVER
Assortment Larger.
Boautlful Lace Curtains al
'5c., $1 00 and $1 25 a pair
"hose gooas are 25 per cen'
3S3 than regular prices.
INE LACE CURTAINS
From $2 60 to $30 a Pair.
lew Antique Lace Curtains
New Embroidered Muslin
Curtains, Real Brussel
Curtains.
lev Sewing Silk Grenadine!
IN PLAIN AND FANCY D1S8I0N8.
HOICK STYLES IN INDIA SILK!
KOVBLTIES IN DRESS PATTERNS!
I.S.Rhodes&Cc
No. Hog Wain Street.
for 8alu.
FOR SALE-TWO STORY BRIOE
D dwoUlng. containing six room* and al
todern lmprovemeuts, No. 8300 McCollncl
ireet. Will be sold cheap. Pot further lnfor
latlon call on A. UABKU8FUMPH, No. ?C<
IcOolloch street. !?L
pOR BALE.
LA RGB LOT. coruer Market and Twenty
Dnrtli streets; desirable formanufacturing slU
BKVEN ACRiB near ?ltn Grove; desirable lo
ardonipg. *
W. V. HOQK A BRO.
dcf. HOP Markot Btreett
FOR SALE?STOCK8, BONDS ANI
D RKALRaTaVK. 26 iharef Street Railway
I shares Ico and Bto rage, 15 share* of Rtvei
do Iron Work*. .0 than* liobbi Glaas, 10 share
Una Iron and Sim) Company. Uoumj YMIi ant
HH> Main airoet 2 Wbeollug dltel Works bonds
mth chanltue street bullalng lot. M share
'hoellni Pottery. Lota 1, 2 and 8 Kouth Pron
root. Apply to THOMAB O'BKlEN. Real El
lie and bioct Broker, No. 1147H Main street
elephono. 43j. aplO
^T00K8 FOR SALE.
80 sharoa Bellalre Nail Ml 1.
8 shares Ben wood Iron Workf.
20 shares I*Hello Nail Mill.
15 sharea /Etna Iron A eteel Company.
10 shares Klre and Marlie Insurance Company
18 shares Chlzets' Street Railway Company.
10 sharoa Dollar Savluns Bank of Bellalre.
K. B. IRWIN,
mr80 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth Street.
^MALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty-four acres, rich soil, soot
nprovemcut*. fine orchard of choice fruit
Dod dwelling house and good barn. Iltuatet
losotoBt Clalrcville, Belmont county, Ohio
heap and easy terms.
R. T. HOWELL,
Insuranco and Real Estate Agent
de4 Bridgeport, Obfo.
^IFTY YEAR SIX PER CENT
COLD BONOS FOR SALE I
A. limited number of Wheclln* Bridge ATe
ilnal Railway Company six par cent first morv
ige fifty year Gold Bonds are hereby ollerea
?r tale. Thane bonds are mcured by a doed ol
ust on the Bridge Terminal tracks and othej
ropcrty ol thU company, and are believed tc
5 a good, sate and permanent Investment. In
rest payable half yearly. Apply to
GEO. Yf. ECKIIART, JR^
Cashier Teoplo'a Bank, or
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
ocffl Real Estate and Stock Broiet.
FOR SALE.
Engine and Boiler.
ENGINE, 7x12.Inch Cylinder,
llde Valve. *
BOILER, 10 feet long, 28
iches In diameter, with one
} Inch flue.
Call on or address
HE INTELLIGENCER,
WHEELING, W. VA.,
f
horp It Tan h? Hren In Up*raHoi.
HOOKS, STATION BUY, ETC.
JOQKS, TERIOD10AL8,
Stationery, Blank Hooks
id Notions. Newspaper* tad .Magazine* at
iblJahera' rate*, delivered anywhere. A largo
>ck of cbcap Pooka. The Pittsburgh Dl*t*tcn,
epcr week; '20c including Huudnr.
O. H. QUI*BY,
lett 1411 MarV?>t street
1AST CHATTANOOGA,
Tennessee 1
io right place to natabllsh **r industry In the
Bouth that require* Wood, Iron or Bteel.
;rge Inducements to Haaufactorers
of Every Kind to Locate with us.
low ia the time and here la the place to lay
?foundation for future fortunes. Don't neglect
think about this. Write me lor particular*,
bur * round trip itctet to Lookout Mountain,
d when jou reach here, call on me.
BENJAMIN THOMPSON,
OBNBRAL MANAGER
,ST CHATTANOOGA LARD CO.,
2B Klchutlaon Block. Chaituooti, Turn.
miMltua
PROPOSALS.
gEALED PKOPOSAlJ!
Ktato ol Wet Virginia, U.U1 A?SS W?l,
o'clock uoon. lor ibematerial! and
and the erection ol > four
accompanied byXcertlfled check lnS?M?^
one thoufAQd (ti,?oo> dolbua, to u? J?,?01
v?h?eUu?, tobe forfeited to Mtlo city??? ?*
failure of tho saimlul bidder tiSM
contract and rlre the bomi re.iu(nvi ^ ^
[Migncd] ELECTRIC LIGHT COMMlgHn*
A. A. FRANznKJclulrBM?????
GK.VlOltAl, NOT1CKS. ~J
jjonoE. ~~~ ?
Tho Woat Virginia China Coapany
hand a law qnanilty ol flniibed and on?M
jraro. and alao a out 250 toni ol cut fi
forty lire lona ol lllnt and elthly toni ol S
and other thln? and materUl. mi,! ,'
a well equipped poller;, together *1.,
lot ol o111co lurnltuie. which u
at prlralo Mlo at leu, than com pr^,1*;
, any tltno belore tho slit day ?! Aorll ffi
1 tho balance or realdne ol the malerliL IS
' tblnga not dlanotcd ol by laid Hit da< ol iSS
. will no offered at fubllo ule
laid company, beginning at 10 o'clock if,!
laid 21it Say ol April, 1SJ1. renoniAJffi?
purcbaK can call at the company'! wuil, ~
Sorth Slain atrecl. ' "M
WK-iT VIKGIN1A CHINA COHPAKY
by Atiouffr Hoi.y, Pnwldent. Vrj
REMOVED. "
REDMAN & CO,
Have removed their Machine fchop to the n?*
corrugated Iron building on Ch*pltneiu*LkZ
tweeu Seventeenth and Eighteenth ilreeu. ^
are now readr for bnMnem >t me new pUce. T1
! COMMISSIONERS' 8ALK.
i /-><n\fMTfi?Tnvv.ws' ratv~ ^
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In the Circuit Court of Ohio County.
Louisa doudcrmaun,
' Administratrix ot William Sou
dermann, deceaaod, InUhtncwy,
Henry Miller ct 1.
[ By virtue of a accrte entered in the Circuit
I Court of Ohio CooD'y in Uie above entitlid
cauao on tho *J0th day of February, lwi, the un!
. derslgnod commissioners win tell at
' 'public auction, at Iho north front door of tha
Court Hoe?o of t'hio County, in the dtv m
; Wheeling, >7. Va., on ai' u
BATURDAY, the 16th DAY of Al'RlL, 1391,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. tn.. the followiac
property, that la to aay: Lot numbered ?ix iS
I mioaro numbered tweuty cicht in that tart of
tho wild city of Wheeling ailed fc'ouih \\ beelitr
except a strip of)'the south side of mid loteiiht
fee: in width on Jacob street and extendi#
| back of that uniform width the lull deptbol
{ tho lot, tta south lino Lelug the ?n?:th litcof
the lot. Haid lot front* on tbemt Mile of Jamb
street between Fortieth and Forty tint strwt.
and there is upan the part of eat i lot tobeiold
two building* fronting ujxm Jacub meet. m
beinna brick and uie othtr fume 'l t u uldta
will be ottered as a whole at.d iutwortntu
t and aold in whichever way the highekt t>rlc?
can be realized therefor.
r Tebmb ok Hal*:?One-third of the parches
I money, or aa much more thereof ?> the wrchaaer
may elect to pay in rash ou tte d*> ofMle.
and tho residue in twocqualinstailmeiiispajiblo
reapcctivoly in nlueand eighteen lnoutbi iron
, day of sale, the deterred installments io U-arinS
tercstaudto bo evidenced by the notea of the
purchaser with peraoual security thereon utli.
factory to aald special commlesionctT. ami title
to be retained until tho purchase money it Mid
in full.
T.J. HUGCBand
ALFRED CALDWELL,
' Spccial Commissioner!.
1, John W. Mitchell. Cleik oi tho Clrtolt
Court of Ohio county, W. Va., do hereby cenily
that bond and security haa been given by the
abovo named special commissioner* ss requhtU
5 by law aud Bald decjee, and conditioned sc:ord1
lng to law.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,Clerk,
T. C. Hrrvbt, Auctioneer. mm
/COMMISSIONER'S SALE
OP SIXTEENTH 8TKEET fKO?KETY.
People's Bank, ).
va. > In Chancery.
Benjamin Hxlcy, fir., J
Under and In pursuance of a dcoree made on
the 2tl day of June, 1MW, by the Circuit Cound
Ohio county, In tho above entitled rattte,the
undersigned appointed apccial commissioner
(for tne purpose will on
TCK3DAY, APRIL 21at, 1831,
at the front door o! tho Court House of Ohio
county, oiler at publicsalo to the highest bidder,
all the eetate, right, title aud Interest ?f Mid
. Benjamin Kxleyin, to and of the west fcsUof
1 lot numbered 5.31 on the north side of .Sixteenth
atrcotintho addition to the towuoiWbcellni
laid out by Noah Zaue, Lanlel fiteenrod ltd
' others (which half lot ia thirty fc?i in width)
" except the cut twenty eight feet aud ten incite
1 of raid weat half lot and also lot numbered 21
i on the north aide of Sixteenth street in tbcuce
addition, exoept a part thereof bounded and de0
scribcd aa followa: Beginulug at a point on the
north aide of Bixtceutu strett at the south end
" of a line running Irom the north side oi Sixteenth
Btrcet to Alley 13, which "Hue Is two itet
nlno inches weal of the weat brick wall o( howe
number 85 on Sixteenth street and runs northi.
wardlv from tho north aide of hlxiecuth strtet
r and paraliol with.the west brick tail of Mid
house to Alley 18; thence wistwardly wlibthe
south line of Alley 13 to the east line of let
number 234: thence *euthwardly and along the
cast lino of lot number 'M to Sixteenth atrtet;
) theuceeastwardly along the north side oi fclx*
teenth atrtet to tne plat* of beginning.
1 kbmb or 8am::?uue third oi the purriuus
? money and auch further Bun) aa the purehuer
1 may elect in band, the balance iu equal Install*
ments at one and two years from the day of
sale, the purcnaser giving bond for the defcrrtd
? lnatailments, with aecurity approved tr Oo
i. special commlaaloner, raid bonoa to bear Inter*
e*t (torn date aud the tUlc to be retained until
" navmcnt of the purchase money in full.....
" w. p. HUVBAHV,
Special Coinmlulontr.
I horeby certify that bond a?d ?ccr.rlly hi
been given iln required by law by William f.
Hubbard, the special oomniMioncr in the abort
entitled chuso.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,
Clerk Circuit Court Ohio County.
M Aitcn 10, 1891.
_W!JU. Hai.lkk. Auctioneer. nrfl.
* TRUSTER'S WALK.
, TRUSTEE'S KALE OF A YALUA*
1 BuK POTTERY WORKS IN WIItEU.N0,
1 W.VA.
.. By vlrtno of a deed or trust made by Wat
Virginia China Company to me as trustee, firing
date the 2Sth day of January, A. 1>. IM, and
recorded In the Clerk'* Ofllce of the (m
Court of Ohio County, West Virginia, i;i Deed#!
? Trust Book No. 28, on wgea 1,2,8,4 6 aud 6,1
will proceed to soil at public Mle at the frost
door of the Court House of said county, in tin
City of Wheeling, \\ est Virginia, on
Saturday, thi Mik Day of a mil, A. D.1M1,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., thelollowlwrd*
scribed property, that la to *ay: A ctrUJa
ploco or parcel oi land in the First war* of the
| City of Wheeling, Went Virginia, lying and Uin/;
immediately north oi the im>iwity of ita |
estate of David Garden, deu'atcu. we?t of Mala i
1 street and south nl fourth street (loimtrlj
called Bank street) and taut vl the Ohio rim,
being a part of the aamo proj>erty conrejed to
Walter It. Brooks, trance, by John J. Jenw,
truatco, by teed dated the2fth day o! AupKii,
A. I>. 18V.\ aud now of record in the cimi
offlc* of the County Court ol Ohio County.??{
V lrginla, In Deed book No.?. on pi-fica IN art
1R5, and being aim) tho lame piece ol proj-cw
that was conveyeil by William 1<. Hurn ami
Thomas O'Brien, trustees, to >aid Weat *
China Company by deed bearing dale the
day of Beptembcr, A. V. IhM, and ol word in
tho said Clerk's ofllce of Mid County Coarw
Ohio County, in Deed Hook No. on race 1A
I will at tho same time atd placeaell all ol to#
machinery, fixture*, tool* and mould* of tie
said Weat Virginia China Company. ?t theworu
of wild company, situated upon the a tare described
property. .
Theparoolof land described above contalni
about two aarcs and one-half of land aud w
upon It a large and complete wtterr woru.
which it practically new, harlug been inope.a
tlon lea than two yean.
Txkms or BALK-One tblrd of the purcM*
money, or as much more aa the purchaierisaj
elect to nay, cash 1h bund on the di?y ol ?*theresluuo
in two equal instalments. paj*D?
lu one and two years from the dar of uM, vu
deferred Initalmcnta to be secured to the ?ur
faction of tho undersigued tru?we by glrW
Ilan nn Ihn npniu.rfui!il.
I tola "$offw''p.'(:i;t.HKSr-"N". Trn.Hr-. .
I'PHUSTKE'S SALE OF VAI.UABLB '
."J*!011 watik MURK"wmrmr. .
I U00' * rtecd of tniil uindt* \'j
I u?5?!?'*n3 Marmrct A. Mar?h, hi* wife, htort* ,
I ?i!l ?: "K'1 ?aw? Marsh, hi* wife, to mf u trn? {
S*!r.,n*.d*'? Aukiim .v.. .\ J' !* . I
I ln ,hcclerk'fcoillctM.r the< ouai> <oort I
I 5 0 w. Va., ill I>? V.I 0/ T:u?t&?*
No. 22, p.go SW, I will lellon
I SATURDAY, Iho 2Mh DAVof AI'RIL, A.I). !?
ISSffteH111*ai ,0o'cl?c<r ?. m , the fo:.v.*!of?
El?*1 property, that U to mj Ai: th?? I
I ?s-parJ?1 of in-ouud RlttiMto In the Hitfi ???;!*
I City of TViiwlJUK, Ohio wuiily. W
I **??,*nown an porUons of i<.t> No. ftsndfM
I ?!iLot* No* ^ Rn,J logotiicr wiiii sfc< J?*
I c5!X?m?ntg..^,e'??u. conftlnfii.g of * t*??w7
I KS?L d,!r?11'n*. brick stable sn.I "lirr oo' I
I nnX!?*' 'i ^cIdr the ?atne i.roj*rty *? hcret^/ort I
|9?nv?ycd to Uio Mid Bs'i'h JlanhsniOtoW I
l5^?.rV, byHonry jf. Kimoll. M?<wl (jo* I
SISW^ dMd bearlDR .'ate SyKdf'i I
|12?'fn*1jp'jpcord In the clerk n oiliceol I
|2?: W. Va., la DetU Duo* No. CA i*gu ? I
T?nioF8Au:-c?h. |
_ ? JACOII DCTmUJft I
I ?J-25SI I
IHOMEli WELLS, I
ARCHITECT. I
I Room 17. Rtlllj Bulldlurr, WtcellM. "* r' I
I PRACTICAL 8CHW?Tt.tI?*ST. I
I _ Kaninttt CAHKrvur Mam. I
I J>IAK0 MOVING. I
I Persons wlihloft to hare their Plsaoi I
I 'oily moved on aoout April J, will pltuelt*^ I
I Ihclr ordors with I
' F. W. UAUMKR il CO, I

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