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C?rtlrrttln Wheeling and adjacent towua at lo
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Maei-ond t'laaa matter.)
TVlIKhUKft, APKIL 10, 1891.
Tub Lilly Managers ol the World's
Fair aro on tbo diuy versa of on unladylike
wrangle.
Tub South gives a Itepublican Presi
dent a royal welcome, bat tt won t vote
for him, Mr. Preaident. It 1b joined to
its idoL0.
It should be an easy job to keep clean
the brick-paved streets of Wheeling.
An honest effort would go a long way to
accomplish this desirable end.
Oil producers still tbink they would
like to do tomethiug to protect themselves,
but oil producers are more Riven
to thinking than to doing. Tho Standard
will haVo to grind them a llttlo more
before tbev move for business.
A mfk insurance association, in a circular
to its members, says that "all tho
yellow fever and cholera that ever prevailed
in this country was not equal in
fatality to tho grin daring the past sixteen
months." This is a striking putting
ofthecace.
Tub leaders of the coke strike are begin
ning4*-*ealizo what it is to be at the
front of an untucccssful labor movement.
The leadiug of a strike is all well enough
until disaster comes. Then the misled
turn, sometimes m fury, and the leaders
are lucky if they be dethroned and nothirg
more.
Tub trouble between the whites and
the blatks of Charlotteville, North Carolina,
)8 better described than explained
in the diej alchcs. The mere fact of a
negro mui dtrir g an Italian hardly seems
sufficient piovt cation for a general riot
und plentiful bloodshed. Nor does it
appear why the negroes should fire on
the rifclitia called out in their defense.
Southern news in which the race conllict
turns up is not alwaja so explicit as
it might be.
Dinmarck, with more eense than some
of the statesmen of Europe, thinks Gerinauy
should be at the World's Fair just
as though there never had been a McKinley
law. Bismarck believes in a protective
tariff for his own coantry. Moreover
he wants Germsn manufacturers to
' 1 1 ?? ? l'o A morlron
H01U WUUl 1111'JT Ililtu IU MUlvaiHWH
market if they caD, or to replace the
loss with something elte that may at*
tract the American fancy.
A linil Vf?y to I>o It.
The man and the three women
who wero whipped and
driven into the woods in Wetzel
couuty may have been objectionable
neighbors, but the means resorted
to for getting rid of them were not above
reproach. If wo are going to live under
law wo ought to regulate society by law.
If the enforcement of the law be unsatia*
factory that is the fault of the people.
The citizens oiWelrel county or of Ohio
county will have as good administration
of the law as they demand, no better, no
worse.
Tim Ittglit to U?t no Money*
South Carolina will not accept her
share of the national appropriation for
agricultural and mechanical colleges
becauso her rich warm blood cannot
brook a division of the fund by the
Bimo power that gives iU
The fund must bo divided on the
basis of the school population. This
would give two-tliirds to a colored col*
lego and one-thiid to a white college.
South Carolina wants to make an eveu
division without regard to tho school
population and the national requiremente,
South Carolina has progressed so far
as to bo willing to accept this national
bounty, but her State rights notion will
not pormit the National Government to
say how the fund shall be divided.
South Carolina is particularly nice
about theeo things. But she has learned
and may learn more.
ltrpubltcnn league Convention*
The .Fourth Annual Convention of the
Republican Lcaguoof the United States,
to be held in Cincinnati, April 21, promises
to be a largo and notable gathering.
.Besides tho delegates from tho Sutes
and Territories prominent Republicans
from all parts of the country are expected.
The Pittsburgh Tarifl Club has
chartered a uteauiboat for.tbe accommodation
of itaolf and aorne guests from the
East.
Tbo club idea baa taken bold o< tlie
Republican party. Already itbaa borne
good fruit, lc co-operatea with the regular
party machinery and accomplishes
what never had been accompliahed until
the cluba took hold. The Republicans
of this country, properly organized into
clubs taking part in this great movement,
can make aure the election of the
next President.
Klaulcj and the Oooso Country.
Mr. Btanley'a reply to the charges of
Col. George \Y. Williams la not altogether
satisfactory, lie sajs that
Williams is a negro, that he wanted employment
under him in thoOongoState,
and that he is a blackmailer.
Williams served in tiio war of the
Rebellion, baa been a tuember of the
Ohio Legialature, is a man of education,
and we brlleva ho standa well at home. '
He charges that Slanley haagroaaly misrepresented
tbo character ot tha country,
which instead of being fertile and productive
ia just the opposite; that the
nativ?a have a hard titne to get a living, 1
and cannot improve except under right J
European influences and Instruction; ]
that Stanley's treatment of the native*
waa barbarous, and tbat the Congo State
ia under a rule of vice and Immorality.
Williama fays that to impress ths natives
with tbo superior, supernatural
powt rof the white man Stanley took with
blm email ekctiio batteries which ware !
concealed >boat tbo person ud brought
nto play when a white nan wanted to T
akeablack man by the band. Then
,he nativo wondered what force bad got
bold of him. The treatment of the na- I
Uve women Williama describes aa shame* p
ful. a
It la not a sufficient answer to say that c
Williama is a negro and a blackmailer. 1
Negro he ia; blackmailer remains to be c
proved, and Mr. Stanley baa not proved '
it. The etory la not irreconcilable with J
the biatory of conqnest in other similar t
lands. 1
i
Tlio Fr?ild?Dt and the Dollar*. J
The Preaident Bays, "If we have dollars
of -different value only the poorest will j
circulate." This is in harmony with the (
reason of the thing and all history ap- ,
proves it. <
If we could coin silver dollars withont '
limit and make them go at an even pace (
with gold, we wonld gain greatly thore- (
by. So would a farmer gain who conld I
induce buyers to accept a peck of grain !
and pay him for a bushel. So would j
anybody gain who could Induce those ,
with whom he has business relations to I
tako less than they pay for.
If wo pst in every silver dollar a gold !
dollar's worth of silver, we can make ail- i
ver dollars equal to gold dollars and i
maintain the equality. But this la not {
what the advocated of unlimited silver
coinage demand. They ask an impossibility.
Though they wero to obtain the :
legislation they want, the real substance 1
of tho thing would still be lacking, for
no legislation of which Congress la capable
can make tho world take a poor dollar
when better dollars are to be bad.
The result of the effort wonld bo to
drive oat the better dollar and leave in
circulation the Impoverished dollar.
Farmers and wage-earn?re would lose
e norma mi v by thif, though speculators
would find a way to profit by it.
The Unos Have Done Well.
Until now the .Base in the Oonnelliville
coke region have done well in this
country. Some of them have in back
as much aa 42,600 apiece, a sum which
they never could have hoped to accumulate
in their own country. They
have accomplished this by receiving
Americas wages and living after tho
I fashion of their hind.
They declare their intention to return
to ther native land. This will be a good
riddance, but it maybe followed by unfortunate
results. When tboy get home
and their friends hear of their tarings,
there may be a flight in this direction
that will return us half a dozen for one.
J.U'AXEiiE rnKsunmitMi.
How tbe Native Mind li Dealing Willi the
Standards of Faith.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
It would eeem from the Washington
dispatches that tho State Department
stands agtiast at we lemeruy ui
tho native Christians of Japan. They
havo organired a branch of the Presbyterian
Church on their own responsibility,
changing the creed to suit themselves.
They do not shsre what is evidently
the State Department theory of
missions, that the converts must swallow
whatever the missionaries dish out to
them, theological freedom being in their
caee everything or nothing. The bird
must be eaten, feathers and all, or put
back on the aide-board. Not 60, say the
pious Japs. They propose to enjov the
same liberty as the Christians of the
Occident. Tho result is the birtii of a
new and-distinct denomination, the
Presbyterian church in Japan.
Preebyterianism is not indigenons to i
the ooil of America, but there are no lees
than ten distinct branches of the family
in the United States, not counting sev- ;
eral cousins-German. Little Scotland,
where John Knox rocked .the original
infant in a span-new cradle ho himself
bad imported from Geneva, has three
Presbyterian denominations. If there J
is any church which cannot demand ecclesiastical
unity, it is the Presbyterian.
And the more it is divided, the faster it j
grows. When two or more churches of e
this family undertake to exist in one
small town, barely large enough for one,
as sometimes happens, there is just
cause of complaint, but, as a rulo, these
branches do not conflict, or work at cross
purposes.
It may be said that the points of variation
between these branches of the
Presbyterian Ohurch are generally so
tine as to be indistinguishable to the
naked eye. With the exception of the
Cumberland branch, which is Arminian
rather than Calranistic, the strictly religious
distinctions can only be seen
wfcen viewed beneath a power f*l microscope.
The Japanese departure would
Beem to be more radical. These Oriental
Presbyterians propose to put a preface
to the Apostle's creed, so called, perhaps
because the Apostles made no
creed, at least left none which is now extaut.
This prefatory plank begins with
a declaration savoring of Arius rather
than Athanasina. "The Lord Jesus
Christ." it says, "whom we worship aa
God, is the begotten Son of (iod,
of us men, and for our salvation
waa made man and suffered." This
breathes the spirit of devotion and reverence,
but is after all somewhat different
from the familiar phrase "very God x
of very God." The difference, however,
may bo a matter of translation. |
Perhaps tho brush was put on too
heavily in one case, too lightly in the
other, and that in actual sense intended
there was no appreciable distinction.
But oven if there were it must be con?i-i
.1?* _i? _ ,i?_i
Cducu tunb wucu n 11 ecu tuuico iu ucm ,
io what la well called "the mystery ol
the God-head," with its supplemental
doctrine of ol the incarnation, it bfrboovea
all men, Including the moat positive
ol theologians, to go slow in pronouncing
upon the absolute or relative
raerita oluny dogmatic formula. Certain
Is It that tho Fresbyterians of the Western
world would do well to reach out
hands of brotherly greeting to their
brethren of the rising gun for baying
some originality in their piety.
UiafneM Can't be Cared
by local applications, se they can not ,
reach the diseased portion of the ear. I
There is only one way to cure dealutte, I
and that ia by constitutional remedlN. 1
Deafness la caased by an Inflamed condition
of the mucoua lining of the euatAUkn
tube. When thi* tube geta inflamed
you bave a rumbling sound or ,
ImptiMect hearing, and when it is en- J
tirely closed deafness ia the reault, and *
uuleea the inflammation can be taken ?
out and thia tube reetored to ita normal '
condition, hearing will be destroyed lor- *
ever; nine caseo out ol ten are canoed by .
catarrh, which is nothing but an In- 1
turned condition ol the mucoua ourlacea.
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OIL BtBKKI.1.8 CABEfK.
fhal (lie I'riM at lit* llumo Sara of 111* |
Actlra Llfa.
Id speaking of the late Col. George P. j
llssell, the Hartford, Conn., Courant, i
ubliahed it his borne, taye; There are
till a good many people who can re- j
nember him In tbe Fremont days ot
856, wben be waa one of tbe original
rizen ot tbe Fremont club, and
be aged to presido at the wigwam, i
nd tbe waving of bia old white bat led
he applause and encouraged the enhnsiuni.
Almost as a matter ol course
10 was ono ol tbe original Wide Awakes
ind waa marshal of the procession when
Ibraham Lincoln was here in 1800.
When the wbole North was stirred in
he early days of 1801, by the threats of
he Hontb, a number of young men ortanlz9d
here in Hartford, uuder the
lame of tbe Citizens' Drill Corps, and
vith competent instructors were taught
limple military evolutions. Colonel
Slssell waa a member, and with others
among tbe number being tbe late Colinel
John If. llurnbam) graduated into ~
he then recently organized Hartford I
Dity Guard. He Joined February 20,
1801, took part in tbe first parade May 1,
roue to tbe rank ol corporal, and wliile
lolng duty with the company at the
Btate Arsenal, was appointed Colonel
lommanding a camp of recruits, located r<
town on tbe Mew Haven turnpike,
[his was in September, 1802, and soon
liter, on September 10, he was appointed
Colonel of tbe Twenty-fifth Kegiment.
The rotl, of the same city, has the following
in a ekotcb of bim:
Colonel Bissell was born in Rochester, V
N. Y., In 1827, and was therefore 01 v
rears old. His father waa JoelahBiesell,
if Rochester. His early life was passeil
on a farm but while yet a lad Colonel \
itiseell gratified his love for adventure
by going to sea before tbe mast. He ,,
made two trios to China and traveled "
extensively all over the world. Then
he gave up his seafaring life and settled i
down in this city as clerk in the Hartford
Bank. Next ho wont to Springfield.
Mass., to accept the position of
cashier in a bank there, bnt soon returned
to Hartford and became cashier *
of the Farmers' and Mechanics' bask
In 1854 he started the firm of George P. *
Bissell & Co., bankers, with Calvin Day
and I). F. Robinson as partners. The
second firm name was George F. Bissell I
and A. S. Robinson, and the third was ]
George P. Bissell and Edward H. Perkins.
The present firm, consisting of
George P. Bissell and A. H. Olmetead,
was entered iuto May 1, 1870. Mr.
Olinstcad was clerk in the office previous ''
to that date for eleven yeara. It is 4
understood that for the present there 11
will bo no change in the firm.
Colonel Biesell's war record was a
moat honorable one.
K?*p Your Ejre on Klklua*
Cincinnati Enquirer.
Mr. Stephen B. Elkins is said to be in
the mind of the President for a Cabinet
portfolio il Secretary Proctor should be
appointed a United States Senator. Of t
course this is only ono of perhaps dozsns I
of rumors as to a change in the Minis- E
terial family, bat, so far as qnalification y
and propriotyare concerned, "what would
be the matter with Elkins? The political
phases of such an appointment would
be clear. Mr. Blaine drops into the e
question, as usual. With Mr. Blaine in
the Cabinet himself, and one of his de- voted
political friends coming in at this I
late date, the proposition that the man ]
of magnetism is out of the Presidential 1
race would not be debatable. So Mr.
Elkins is a gentleman to keep your eye
on. As a Cabinet offieor he would be a
Presidential barometer thatcould not be
mistaken.
I Havo Taken Several
bottles of Bradfield's Female Begulator
for falling of the womb a?d other diseases
combined, of 16 years standing,
and I rrally believe I am cured entirely, for
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FRAZIEII?On Tuesdair nornlng, April 11, lfcfll,
ai tf o'clock, Mort J., eon of A. T. and 44. B.
Fraxler, la nis lCth year.
Fuueral services at the residence of bis parents,
at Fraxler's Bill, (Caldwell's Bun), on
Thursday alternoen at 2 o'clock. Friends ot
tbo family Invited to attend. Interment at
Mt. Olivet cemetery. Q
ISHWOirH-Un Wodnesday, April 15,1891,at
icfo'clock a. m , Mrs. R. A. AskWOKTH, wife
of the lato James Ashworth, in nor 7Ut
year. \J
runeral notice hereafter. ?
Advice to Worn? f
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TXT"ANTED?AT ONCE, NURSE
W Girl and Cook. Rcfcrencca required.
10* Bouth P#DD >treet. aolfl
WANTED-IMMEDIATELY. A
Good Haloid**!*. Address, with refercoco,
"M. R.." this offlcc. apl&
WAN TED-IMMEDIATELY, A
Good Girl to do General Housework.
Anniy at '1W Market utreoU aplfr
\xtanted?bix girls for potI?
TERYdecoration. Regularemployment
to good hauds. Apply at 2622 Jacob fctrect,
Wheeling. apl_
For 8ale?house no. 28 virGINIA
street, nine rooms, lot C0xl2Q. ?'os
session given at onco. ROLF 4 IIAKVEY, 1114
Market utrett. apU
YJITANTED?IM M E DI AT E LY, 3
?" Flntclara House Painters. Apply at
No. 113 South I'enu aueet, Island. CHah. H.
W1KCHKR. Painter. aplG*
\xtanted?a man to take an
t office and represent a manufacturer: ISO
rer week; ixna.l capital required. Address, with
sump, MaNU* ACrUttEB, Box 70, West Acton,
Ma**.
Lots on uigu ground for
Sale. Eligibly Building Lots on Thirteenth
street, extended, within tiro minutes' walk ol
Court Homo. Fjati, price and terns on appllca*
tlon to W. V. HUuK * BRO., 1222 Market
s;reet. ap!6
F)r sale-saloon, in a good
location; doing a nice business;formerly
owned b/Jsco* Nunge, deceased. For particuiars,
lnqulra of LOUIS F. BALTERBACH, AdmlutHtratflr.
apl&
For sale-two story brick
dwelling, containing six rooms and all
modern Improvement*, No. 3300 McCollr-ch
street. Will be sold cheap, for further Infer
inatlon call on A. HABERSl'UMPH, No. **0
Mci'olloch street. aps
ORGANIZERS AND SECRETARIES
l 9 wanmd h? Tbo nutted Order of Fraternal
I Co operation. {liOrt00 iu 8 mouths.) Tbt? Society
paid over ?50,000 00 on matured certificates
uo to April 10. l iberal composition. Addiesa.
M. McINrYBS, Hupremo Manager, tfo.
legs Arch Uroft. 1'nlUdelpbla. aplB
nUG ANIZER8for A SEMI-ANN UAL
| V-r Kndowmcnt Society. Thin Society baa
paid 1300,009 on matured certificates, and called
no expense as'esimcnt: tbo entire benellt fund
I held in trust by tbe Htato Treasurer of Maisa1
cliUKkU. Address FaiBNDLY AID SOCIETY,
Waltham. Mam. apll
\j^ F. G. W. U. FUNERAL NOTICE.
Members of Local Union No. 53 (Mould
makers), of tbo A. F. G. W. U., aro uo tilled to
meet at their hall, on Friday. Anrll 17,1891, at 2
o'clock p. m., tor the purnoio of attondlnK the
funeral of our doccased brother, Charles F.
ile< ker. Members uf other locals respectfully
Invited ta attend. 1. J. KELLY, Pretldout.
O. F. Cai.u, Secretary. aplt* .
gTOP AND SEE THEM.
LawnTennls, Croquet, Hammccis,
BASE BALL GOOD?, and wvorythlng In this
Hue at prices as low as ran bo bought In tbe
cl'.y- ?t
aplCl CARLR BRQ9'.
JP?OR SALE.
THREE LOTS
In tho Old Fair Ground Add ltlou, Tin: No*. 1,
2 and y, in block 3, corner Wabash and TndUua
rtTCOta, on Island. Apply to ALICK uud K \' K
BAKGH, No. 16 VlrfiTulti street, or to O. W.
ATKtNflOS, 1417 Chapltuo stro<>. ap'6
gTOOKS FOR 8ALE,
16 shares Cltlzor-s' Street Hallway Company.
2ft chares Itullalro Kail MM.
3 snares Kenwood Iron Works.
20 shares jEwa Iron dt atcel Companr.
10 shares Fire and Marino Insurance Company.
10 shares Dollar Savings Bank of Belial re.
10 shares Wheeling Title and Trust Company.
R. tf. IRWIN,
ap!5 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth Street.
JgTEINWAY
PIANO FOR SALE. =
We have a Btolnway Piano, good as new,
which wo offer at a bargain.
F. W, BAUMER & CO.
500 8UADE TliEESr,.??_^oaTChoicoShad?tTro88?
/
ow ?iu. i uo? u imu i;oiuuu? ii')>iain, iium.
ever aeon in Wheeling, ?atr? law. which I I
will toll, piHtitcil ana Insure*, at low prlcca. I
Orders <un bo telephoned to bt. Charlea Hotel l
orient by mail.
apH M. L. HILL.
LaCroli China Colors, (or China Painting
R^lVfl.
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Tuesday, April 21.
A Millionalro'u Feast of Merriment!
A CLOBIOOI \U10H Or OBIINTAL 8PLEKD0BI
M. B. LEAVITT'S
UafnlflceutEpcctacularPantomimlcProduclion,
holding tiie only nnaiullabie position
In theentlto Realm o( Burlasquo,
SPIDER AND FLY!
iMTRODCCIKO TRK Vl*T BEST AXD i
LATQT IMPOBTAIIOHB. A
FORTY STAR ARTIflTH. The Mo?t Expenlive
and Talented Ever Brought to thia Country.
specially Selected and engaged by Mr. Ai.
B Leavltt while in fcuropo.
Tho Radiant Climax of Pantomime. Spark- _
ling Muklo. doloi, Luoia, Trioi, Ouartettea, fck-x- 1
tettea. Septette*. Kaleldoecopic /eative Daucei, I
Urand Martial Evolutions.
Two Mammoth Caw facked with Uorgooua 1
Socuery, Rich and Quaint Coatumea, Duczllng
Armor, and Mavelous Mechanical Effecta.
Pbickh?Reserved acata 11. Admiaaion, 75 and
50c. Kale of Keats commences haiurday.Aptll 18, ?
it C. A. House's Musln More. aplfl
EAST CHATTANOOGA, "
Tennessee ! t
Tho rltht plsce to establish ant Indnatry In tbo *
South th&t require* v\ ood, iron or Steel.
Large Inducements to H&nnfactnrers
of Every Kind to Loo&to with us>
Now la the time and here la the place to lay
tho foundation for futuro fortunes. Don't neglect
lo think about this. Write mo for particulars, .1
or buy h round trip tlciet to Lookout Mountain. " *
and when you reach here, call on me. [){
BENJAMIN THOMPSON, S
GENERAL MANAGER ?
EAST CHATTAI00G1 LAUD CO,, S
125 Ricbaidson Block. Chattanooga, Teuu.
inr7 TTb*? ri
Wheeling Title and Trust Go,, 5;
NO. IMS BIAHKET STREET. Jj|
Titles to Real Estate Esamincdand Guaranteed.
Slocks, Bonds and Real Kstatu Bough t| us
and Sold on Commission. u
mkxctou: Mi
J. M. Brown, J. K. Hughes,
Henry Pnor, J. 8 Nay lor, M<
H. F. Behrca?. C.J. Bawling,
Geo.O. liannau, A. Bejrmann, R?
J.A. Hew. H M. RusmII. ^
W. P. Hubbard,
? Ufi
H. M. RUSSELL, Treasurer. Bo
LOD IB F. 8TIFEL, Secretarj. Bo
o. R. E. GILCHBItfT, Examlper of Titles. Ik>
S2iL. He
"Yy IRE WORK FOR OFFICE8, to
Wire Work for Builders, m<
Wire Work for Cemeteries, Wire Work for Kj
Houses, Wire Work of Every Description.
WIRE WORKS, 1707 KOFF 8T. b*
relepbone 147. W. B. ALLISON.
auavrrn<m
jyjONUMENTS. U
Mr. P. D. Carroll is now receiving from Qnincr La
Jarre and othor quarries tho finest URAMTU8,
which were ctkt and fluished oompleto during wo
.he winter mouths, and be Is now prepared to gal
sell them at a small pioflt, at bis works. Na 10
Sixteenth street, near the site of the old Stone
irldge. mrCfi ruw ?{}
0^ HOMER WELLS, gh
ARCHITECT. ^
Room 17, Bellly Building, Wheeling, W. Va to|
PuicncjiT.
F-ytTMiTiw OiatrDTXT ocg* Ha
P>OIt WBDDISG hi
ANNIVERSARY 0I?T8. Ki
l'lCTl ItHS IKE TI1E BEST !
Fink Stock Now in Btosx.
Virltois Welcome.
E. L. NICOLI , ABT STORE, c(
ipl 1233 Uuk.t BtTMt
GEO. R. TAYLOR-SPRING AN!
up
IS NOW OPENI
Regular Pl
OF
NEW SF
AND
Summer
^=^IFOR 18
ALL GOODS
And Placed c
THIS MOf
COKDIAL INVITATI
To Gall and See the Lf
Geo.RTj
Main Street Entran
n *i *
Market Street Entrai
If. KMSHKIMKit?CLOAK AND
EHSHEIl
jloakandSuitE
OUR SPECI/
Jackets, Blazers, Reefc
Capes, Shawls, Fichue
HEMSHl
18 and 20 Elever
GREAT CLOTHING AND 8HOI3
bTb. pc
3reat Clothing an
GIGANTIC FAIEUltES! TREME!
WThe great gale o! VISE 0L0TU1NU aud bHOES 1.
8., Bridge Corner, Wheeling, W. Va.
The failure of tcreral loading house* in the trade
on thouaandaof dollar*' worth of FINE CLOTHING
y prlco to raiao money for hungry creditor*. The m
cnlc. We wero there and not our ahare, and now pro;
wed in thia section. and aa we expect a heary tratel tl
ort, quick work of it. Theae gooda muat be aold at oi
sgone. Tbla la fair warnlnr. and If you mlaa tbla
d HHUHH at lose tfian ono-third and one half price, the
array of extrcmo bottom figuroa never before mentio
insolvent, no matter whether caih or credit, whether
d ateal what they may before the bolt Calls?It matte
d mean It to be FINAL, DECISIVE and CRUSHING, 1
LCT8, and FI0DBE8 that WILL NOT AND CANNOT L
A Cyclone?Men's
&n'af4 60fultagoatthlB?aleat 37 Men'al
un'af fandl560 8ulti at ??? Men'al
fn'8 fC, 50 and 97 Suit* at - 8 87 Men'al
jn'a f8 and S8 60 huita at 4 50 Men'al
If you can match thraegooda for leu than double our
by returning the came and we will cheerfully refund
we can malo it, and we mean exactly what we aay.
A Whirlpool-Men')
?n'a 11 Good Working Fanta at.. 481 Men'a 1
jn'a II60.11 75 and 12 Fanta at- 07 Men'a |
jn'a r? Fanta, our Great Leader, at-....- 1 181 Men'a 1
again wo diko jou uio oner? uini i>, wo urruuj cun
oda we tell If not fully latirfactory In every aense of th<
b prloe. This offer spplits to everything we sell.
A Crash?Boys' Suits i
ya' 40c Panta, a nest'barcain, at. ...... lOol Boys' f
y*' fOc Panta, big wjllem, at.....*........ .. 80c I Boys't
ys* Wc ranu, extra v&luo. at..... 8ffo (flojn' f
ys* 1140 Mulu. a snedal drive, at. *7c J lJoy?' I:
Our large ?tore fll>d with Rood* to overflowing. Thi
d Flag. Auction and bborlfls* Balea will tarn our store
sue. Cut this out.
An Explosion-Men1
la's tl 40 Bboes. at big drive, at 7fi I Men'* I
in's II lb Congress Shoes, London tlpt... X 101 Upt~.
in's 91 76 Lace bboes, Globe tlpt..... 1 101 Hen's 1
in's 92 Pine Dreas Bboes 1 SB | Men's 1
Remember our ofltr-we mean full satisfaction In eve
rgaln dealers here to stay and propose to hold your tra
A Surprise-Ladles' Fl
dies' fl 2S Fine Berge Congress Bhoe*-...t 401 Ladtes'
dies' IIM) fboes, a bsryaln.M 87 Ladles'
dies' ?17D K id Button oboes, a leader... B7 Ladle*'
dies' 12 25 Fine Kid Button *hocs 1 so |
Tbe?e apot ca?h tbi ndcrbolts tbrowu upon our coanl
nderful success, sud the public, looking for full value f
Las, sad buvluee* bums at a rate that big proflu are ou
An Bye-Opener?Ohlldr
lldren's 40c Kid Button Bhoe*...^.....^ 10c I Chlldre
lldren's M)c Xld Button Bboes Sflc J Cblldre
lldren's 65o Kid Button Bhooa..... -.. 37c | Misses'
lldren's 10c Kid button Bboes...... ........... 48c |
Merchant* Invited. We are prepared to qaote prices
ir money at our mlcea-or what Is better, you can seli
BIKEdi. We make money by buying oaly bargains frc
[ on a small profit st half price and less. We can't affbi
A Racket?What Wo O
nd'ehiefs at 1,2,8,4 snd fc up.wortb doable. I Baspem
n's Half-Hose at 2, . 6 snd 8c; bargains. Men's B
lies' Hose at 4,6,8 and 10c: half price. | Men's
It will psy you to oome ICO miles to attend this great I
yon may not get In. These bargains will to tester tt
ug It alooi and we will give you a present for your tr
E3. B. PO
>BNKB MAIM AHI> TENTH BTBKETB, Bridn
btorti lit BteubcnviUe, O., Ilellitlre, O.. Marti
and UOS Market BUeet, Hhacllnc, W. Va.
D SUMMER GOODB.
IYL0R
NO HIS?
JRCHASE
'RING
Goods
194.1^?
OPENED
in Sale
iNING!
ON TO ALL
itest Novelties!
moR.
ce, 115 0.
see, 115 3.
SUIT DEPAUT3IKNT.
SIR'S
lepartment.
^LTIES :
'<'>?*. Biagsgaa
is, m ttBHBBfl
n Underwear,
:s' Outfits,
ren's Clothing,
pers,
ipolitan SuitsSIM
ER
ith 9treet.
SAliF.?K. II. POTTS.
TTS'
d Shoe Sale I
ID0U8 SACRIFICES!
I UOW golug on at MAIN AND TENTH
hM thrown upon the market thousands
AM) ?H0fcH Umt had to bo sacrificed at
larket glutted and cub buyers harlug a
poke to quote trice* never before men
trough our store, we ere going to make
noe, to dou't wait unill the beat bargains
g?i*< \ituwna DI nna vM imnu
fault will be your own. We quote you i
Ded l*y Muyhuute ANYWhKltK, solvent
buy lug to break and rob their creditors
ra not?we place theso flsarca before you ,
rUta uuspproachablo, solid and stubborn
Fine 8ults.
ft) and 910 ?ultaM.........M ~.8S 88 ,
111 and til CO Hulta at. a uo
112 aud 114 hulta at. 7 08
115 and SIC tiulta at 0 8G
prices in thla city, you will much oblige
your money. This is as plain and lair
1 Pants.
13 50 and f4 Panta at, ........ ft 09
MM*nd?4 75 Pantaat - 108
aiDdlitohiuii a oa
rantee to refund you the money for any '
d word, and worth double tho amount of
Etnd Pants.
160 Buita, a leader, at. on
17ft and & Dm* Hulta at 118 ,
2 SO fine Draw Hulta at . 101
\ and 93 W flue Dress Buita at 1 88 1
eee Madge hammer bargains from the
into a hornet's nest that will be a sight
a Shoes. j
B Congress Dress Bhoee, London
? Si as
UftO Flue Drt-wi Bhoea 1 48
12 Dreia thoes, beat for tlio price... l 03
jy Instance or money refunded. We are
ne Shoes.
$260 Fine Kid Button Bhoee SI 87
12 60 Fine Kid Adella Shoes 1 48
13 Very Fine Kid Button fchoea..... 1 87
lers from day to day are the cause of onr
Dr every dollar, is catching on to our bart
of the question.
en's Shoes.
n'sfl Kid Button Bhoea oac
u's 1120 Button School bhoes ? 78c
tl 17 Button Bhoea 87c
ron never beard before. Ton can double ^
i at a fair profit and DOUBLE YOITB
>m Auction and Sheriff's Bales and sell*
rd to rob.our customers.
Ive Away. J
lent at 6,0,12 and IScap; leaden. *
birts at 18,25 and 39e up: big sellers,
nd Boys' Hata at half-price and less.
Sale, everything must go. Dome early
an be can get them. Out thla out and f
trable. '
TT8,
Corner, Wheeling, W. Vs. Branoh
n'a Firry, (?., I'aikcrabarg. W. Va,. .
Ml 1
PROPOSALS.
ij<0 carpenter contractors.
)<ldn nre solicited for doing an extensive Job oj
carpenter work. All matonal will be furnished
and tbo contracting carpenter will bare to furnish
only Implements. tool* and laboT. and give
iccurlty for the faithful performance of contract.
flan* and amjciticailoiui can beaten on
and aftor Monday, April ?, at the offloe of M. F.
Giesey, arcnitcct, In Bellly's building. Bldf
will be closed on (be last day of April.
ap!4 JAttEHL HAWLEY.
gEALED PROPOSALS.
Bids will bo receivod at tbo mines of tbe Pitta
bnrgb 6 Wheeling Coal Company, Drill PosI
office, Belmont county, Oblo, for cleanlm
twenty-flvo (25) water closets.
J. E. WATERS.
a pi 4 Puporlntondent _
J^OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tbe plant and specifications for tbe enntem
plated new St. Jobn'ii Church. Benwood, W. Va.
inav bo so?n at tbo officu of Josoph Lelner
architect, 71 Tweuty fourth street, Whooling, W
Va., who will rccaive estimate* on tho fame up
to April 27, lS'Jl.at 2 p. m. Tho commltteo re
serres tbe right to reject *ny or all bids.
aplfrrrtua THE COMM1TTKE.
Proposals for ice piers is
THK OHIO &1VEK. U. 8. EyoiNUl
Ornci.CiNciNSATi, April 0. 1891. Sealed pro
potals, in duplicate, for famishing material an<
constructing Ice Fieri In the ublo river at Porta
mouth, Klpley aud Kerr's Kun. will bo received
at this ofllce until 12 in., on Friday, tho UStl
day of May, lfaVl. All information furnished oi
application. 'Ibo attention of bidders la iuvltec
to tbe Acta of Congresa, approved February 20
1M5, nod Kobruary S3, I8b7. WM. E. MKKKILU
Lieut Col, of Knglnfcra. apl6-1617-18 myll?l
gEALED PROPOSALS.
Scaled proposals will bo rccelvtd by tho Elec
trie Light Commisalon of tho city of WhoollnN
sute of West Virginia, until April 28,1WI, at 1
o'clock noon, for tbumatoriala aud machlnor:
and tho erection oi a four hundred (400) at
light elcctrlcal itrret lighting Installation fo
the city of Wheeling, according to plans ant
specifications ou tile lu tbo office of the Hoard o
Gas Trustees of said city. Bids to be for tho en
tiro plant or for auy part thereof, as sot forth ii
I wild plans end specifications. All bids to to
aocompauied by o;ocrtlflcd check in the sum o
ono thou?and (11,WO) dollars, to the city o
wheelinr. to be forfeited to said city upon tb<
I failure of tho successful bidder to sl*n tb>
contract and plvo the bond required.
i ro??t.n/tl RI.KflrRinLiaiITCOMMI8UI02f.
IVF. Karkkll, Chairman.
1 A. A. PiuytnKix, Hfcretary. ap
Notice to Contractors!
Ciwnx'a Omen, ")
Board op CotraiiaioN* op Ohio County.
WHutuna, W. Va.. April 15, lout. J
Scaled proposals will bo recclved at this offlo
ontll tho i9th imt.. at 9 o'clock a. m., for thi
follow I tig county work, to bo done during tbi
prottoat year upon tlio roads named:
Hoggs' HU1. Springer's *ud Btistiflold > rosd
TrUdPlphla District, CO cable yards macadam
'"battle Hun to 0., C. & P. road, 00 cubic yard
of brl Jgo maeonry aud 60 cubic yarda of macad
amiiiug.
CtiapelRnn aud Springer'a road, Trladoiphli
District, 40 cubic yard* of macadaaJzlnc.
IKxou'h Run to ti., 0. |C!F. road. Liberty Sis
trlct, MO ruble yards of macadamizing...
KlmGrovoaud Bo^rh' Hill, Trlvlelphia Dla
trlct, 100 cubic yarda of macadamlziug.
Gri'ggsYillo, Uln'on and Potomac, l*t Dlvli
Ion: i-rom Grerenvlllo to Pogaoa Run. 2*)cubi
yards of macadamizing; from I'ogue'a Run t<
Hhort Crock,-JOO cubic yavls of macadamizing
from Short Crock to District Hoe, 150 cubli
yards of macadumlzltig. ? . .
GreggsvlUc, Cllutou and Potomac, 21 DIvIp
Ion: From blatrict lino to Hervey's, 160 cubi<
yurda of macadamizing; from Hcnrej'a u
fotomac, 110 cubic yarda of macadamizing.
Gllmoio'n Croniug toPattersou'a Hill, Libert;
Dlatrlct, 190 cnol?yanla of macadamizing.
Glen'a Bun aud Cherry Hill, 80 cubic >ard
of macadamizing.
Kelly'a liaru aud Demontcemctory road, Rich
laud Mstrici, CO cubic yards of macadamizing.
Kelly's Bara and Doment cemetery road, Lib
crty District, to cubic yarda of macadamizing.
Laldloy'a Run to fcnni?lvaulabtate Hue, 9
cubic yard* of bridge masonry.
Middle Wheeling Crccc, lower end,250 cubi
yards of matadamixliig.
Middle Wheeling Crook, upper end, 80 cubit
yards of macadamlz'ug.
MeGraw's J*un to U., C. 6i P. road, '210 cull
yards of macadaiuizlwr.
Monument and Big Whcoilng, 90 cubic yardi
of macadamizing.
Pogue'a Run, Kicliiand District, 60 cablc yard
of m*c&damizlnff.
Peters' Run, lu Trladclphla District, 160 cubii
yards of macidamtalne.
l'culaoula road, 850 cubic yards ol macad
amiziug.
River road, 1st Division, 353 eublo yards o
macadam zltur.
Bice aud Castlxnan's Run, 200 eublo yards a
macadamizing, i'J0 cuoln yards of support wall
500 cubic rards of grading.
Rico and Wicdoman, liveable yards of macad
amizlng.
Honey's Point, B., 9. AB.,00 cubic yards o
support wall.
i?tone Church road, 400 cubic yards of maoads
mixing.
bttort Creek, North Fork, 800 cubic yards o
macadamizing.
Short Creek, South Pork, 180 cubic yards o
macadamizing.
Stuhlflro to wo it Aiozauder, 60 cubic yards o:
macadamizing. '
Trextie wore to uougcrs, w cuuic yarns o
macadamizing.
Vftiltsy Urote and Middle Wheeling Crock
Liberty District, 12) cubic yards o( macadamiz
lDR.
Wheeling. West Liberty and Bethany, Is
Division: Between national road andGregg*
vllio, 200 cubic yard* o( macadamising.
Wheeling, West Liberty and Metbany, 2i
Division, LA) eublc yards of macadamising.
Wheeling and Klin Grove, altchlo Dlitrlct,20
cubic yards of macsd?mt*lag west of Kidgi
road; 6u cuolc yard* cait of Kltlgo road.
Wheeling aud Yalraont pike, loo cubic yard:
of macadamising; 40J cubic yards of seppor
wall.
West Union and Roney'a Point, 400 cnbk
yards of macadamlzlni; fixit two miles, 1M cubit
yards; second two miles, 150 cubic yards, anc
hut three miles, ICO cubic yards.
Waddlo aud Garden's Hun, 250 cubic yard* ol
macadamising.
West Liberty and Qorvey, 176 cubic yards ol
macadamlziug.
Wwt Liberty anil CasUoinan, 1W. cubic yardi
of macadamizing.
Whcellug and Kldge,4(X) cubic yards of grad
log; ISO cuolc yards of macadamising.
Wheeling and Kim Grove, in Triadelphla DIs
trict, 60 cuolc yards of macadamising.
Bids must bo by tho cubic yard for cnch claw
of material
Macadttnizlngmustbeof hard bluo or grey
limestone, broken to pass through a three-lien
ring any and every wiy.
Tno above quantities aro approximate only
and are liable to be changod.
Proposals should be OLdursed "Proposals foi
County Work." They must state full names of
bldders.wlth postofllco address, and must bo ac
companlod by tho names of twonipinslble par
tlea who will become sureties for the faithful
performance of contracts If awarded
For further Information apply at tblsofllco, or
at tbo ofllee of W. C. timltb, County Knglneer,
1188 Cnapllno street.
Tho Board leurvos tho right to recoct any or
all bids.
HENRY H. PENDf.ETON,
aplS-Mw Clerk Boar! of Commissioner*.
i' ' i n
. FOILS ALU.
P?OR SALE.
LARGE LOT. corner Market and Twenty,
fourth streets; desirable for manufacturing site.
8EVEN ACRES near Klin Urove; desirable lor
gardening.
W. V. BOGE A BBO.
dog 19C0 Market Htreet,
T70R SALE-STOCKS, BONDS AND
X1 REAL EoTATE. as shares htreet Railway,
12 shares Ice and titorage. 15 shares of atver
Hide Iron Works, khsres liobks Glass, lOahares
Atna Iron and 8i?*l company. Houses I'M? aud
1209 Main street 2 Wheeling eJteol Works bonds.
Pouth Cbapllno street building lot. fit shares
Wheeling Pottery. Lou 1, 2 and 3 South Front
street. Apply to THOMAS O'BklEN. Real Ksfete
and Stoci Broker, No. 1147)* Main street.
lelephone, 439. apio
tJMALL FARM FOR SALE.
Containing thirty-four acrca, rich *olt, good
Improvement*. flue orchard of choice iroit,
Rood dwelling houkc and good barn. Mltuatcd
cloaotobt. oialrsrilie, Belmont county, Ohio
Cheap aad e aay terma.
R. T. HOVfELL.
Insurance and Ileal Kaiato Arrent,
Qfr* Bildaeport, Ottio.
JjilFTY YEAR BIX PER CENT
GOLD BOND8 FOR SALE !
A limited number of Wheeling Bridge AT?
mlnal Railway Company alx ft e?nt flrat son
cage fifty year Gold Buide are hereby offer*
ror Mia- ThMa bond* are wen red fcr a deed of
trnat on the Bridge Temloal tracks and other
property of thli company, an<? are belletcd tc
be a good, aaieand permanent InroatmenL In
lercat payable half yearly. Apply to
UEO. 17. CCSIIART, JR.,
Cashier Peoplo'a Bank, or
THOMAS O'BRIEN,
orM Real Catate and Stock Broaei.
FOR SALE.
Engine and Boiler.
ENGINE, 7x12 Inch Cylinder,
Slide Valve,
BOILER, 10 feet long, 28
nches In diameter, with one
0 inch flue.
Call on or address
TOE INTELLIGENCER,
WHEELING, W. YA.,
There It Can be Seen la Operation.
FOR IlKNT.
>R RENT?8TOKE ROOsTcoiT
Third ud Main ?UwjU. am, . ITT
BODY. HOC M.'p ?lrwit. wr ?*.
GKNKItAI, NOTICES.
. j^QTI0E_ *
l TM Wat Virginia Clilnn Ccmunr l.u ??
baud ?l?r? quantity olntil.htd and un nubhrt
ware, and auo about 230 tuna o! clar mEwi
forty flTetoni of flint ana el?hty toM o! ,*?
and other things ami material* uted in'
a well cqulppo.1 pottery, touther J,h .
lot of ofhco furniture, which it will mh
. at pritato sale at los uian roit nrioea.t
any time before tho 'iUt day of April Wind
f tho balance or realduo of tbe oaterUU and
tblnga not dUpo?o<l of t?y uM 2<at day 0| jmi
will be offered at Public aale a: tSVorM
aid company, bcglunlnn at 10 o'clock a. in
, ?aid '21at day of April, 1SJI. l'cnoni de?lriiie tS
ISSttffMS *l COm,14U, ,
WKaT VIRGINIA CHINA COMPANY
. by AttQfiT Rotr. President. * ,'P)
I REMOVED.
! REDMAN & CO.
Hare removed their Machine Shop to then**
. corrugated Irou building ou Uwpfine atrect hZ
r twoen Beventecnth and Eighteenth itneU, and
[ are now ready for bitatneaa at tne new Mtiv? i" ?
I PUBLIC BALK.
; TubXicsalF
1 01 valuable real estate. corner Main ami Twm.
tietb atreeti, knoiru at 19/1 and Ifca Main winTl
If not lold before, at pri vate sale, I ?hall offer at
i public aale at tho fiout door oi the Court Hum..'
at Wheeling, W. Va., ou bATOBDAY, MAY 2d'
1691, at 10 o'clock a. m., tbe above rmnUatusi
. property, conilstlog ol a lot W feet, frontier on
J* Main atreet, aud running back 127 fuel on
? Twentieth street, as ?bown by a recout autver
- made by tho city annreyor. Ihero u a ia?e
aubalantlnl double brick store-rootn ami dwell*
? litg on lot, containing twenty-two room*, ajjui
ble for hotel, atorea or warehouse, or with
i alight alteration*, a good inanulactuilnic ?ltc.
1 (Jood ccllara under the whole noun1. For fur
tber Information call on or addrci*
' ? W. H. HALLKK. Aucttouivr
5 or JOHN J. FADKR,
[ ap!3 1921 Main Hrcet. Wheeling. W. Va.
d COMMISSIONERS' SAL!:.
0OMMI8SIOKERS' SALE~
In tho Circuit Court of Ohio County.
loutMaouJermanu, }
Administratrix ot WlUlun Bowdermanu,
deceased, Hu Chancery.
Henry Miller ct 1.
1 By virtue ct * accrte entered in tiio Circuit
' Court of Ohio Couo'y lu ihe shove entitled
cause on tbo VUlh <l?y of February, inji, the un8
dorslgned apodal rommiisioitri, will sell at
b public auction. at the north fiout doorol the
i) Court Houo of Cliio County, lu tho city ol
Wheeling, \V? Va., on
SATURDAY, the 18U? DAY ol APRIL, 1891,
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m.. tr.e following
property, that la to aay: Lot numbered tlx in
square numbered tweuty clwht. in ttiat part ol
tho mi!(1 city of Wheeling calledfloutb \\ heellni,
. except a strip oil' tho south aide o( >ald lot elcbt
lee* in width ou Jacob stnet and ?xun.iinc
. back of that uniform width the lull dtiith ol
tho lot, it* south lino being tho south lice of
. the lot. Paid lot fronta on the east tide of Jacob
street between Fortieth and Forty-tins street,
. and there In up.tn tbo part of sal j lot to be sold
0 two bulldinga fronting upon Jacob street. one
, beluga brick and the other frau-e. The Mild lot
. will bo offered aa a whole and in two l^armi
rj and sold lu whichever way tho hlghiu price
can bo realised iherrlor.
Tkhmf of flats:-One-third of the purchan
c money, or as much nioro thereof aa the pur*
j chaser may elect to pay in cash ou the day ol *le,
and thorcLidue in two equal installments Mjsble
r rwi,i?ctlvoly In nlno and eighteen months Iron
day of tale, tbo delorrcd luktallmi-uts to bur in.
torcat aud to bo evidenced by tho notes of tbo
purchaser with personal aecurlty thereon mUs.
factory to said special commissioners, and title
to bo retained until the putchaM) mouty U t<aid
, in full.
T.J. UDGUSsud
3 - ALFRED CALDWELL,
Special Commluloucn.
B 1, John W. Mitchell, Clerk ol tho Circuit
s Court of Ohio county, W. Va., do hereby cerilly
that bond and aecurlty haa heen given by tho
? above namod special commissioners as requited
by law and said decree, and conditioned scxrd,
lug to law. jonN W. MITCHELL, Clerk.
, T. 0. Hibvet, Auctioneer. mr!2
. /COMMISSIONER'S SALE
? OF SIXTEENTH STREET PEOPERTY.
l'eoplo'a Sank, )
78. > In Chaaccry.
f Benjamin Exloy, Br., j
. Under and lit pursuance of a dccrec made on
iho 'id day of June, 1888, by tho Clr:ult Court of
? Ohio county, in tho above cutitlcd cause, the
undersigned Rppoluted special commissioner
' for tne purpose will on
1 TUESDAY, APRIL 21lt, 1891,
at the front door of tbo Court Houco of Oulo
, county.offer at publlcsale to the highest bidder,
all the estate, right, tltlo and interest tf said
f Benjamin Ex ley in, to and of the wot ball of
lot numbered VS2 on tho north tide of aixteenth
t street In tho addition to the town of Wheeling
laid ont by Noah Zane, Daniel Hteenrod and
f others (which half lot is thirty let t in width)
cxcopt the east twenty-eight feet and teu incbta
f of suld west half lot and also lot numbered ZU
on the north side of Sixteenth street In the same
, addltlao, except a part thereof bounded and ce*
scribed as tallows: Beginning at a point ou tbo
north side of Sixteenth street at thu south end
t of a line running Irom the north aide of Hx?
teentb street to Alley 13, which lino ih two feet
ulno Inches west of thu west brick wall ? homo
I unci her 85 on HxUenth street and runs north*
wardlv from the north side of Bixicenth street
b and parallel with.tbo west triek ?all of said
b honso to Alley 12; tbonco wistwardlj with tho
south line of Alloy 13 to too cum lii.e a mi
i number 234*. thenco ??uUiv?craly and stout: tho
t east lino of lot number 284 to Sixteenth street;
thence outwardly along tbo north side ol BU;
toonth street to tho plat* of beginning,
u 7rjt?s or Sals:?<ioo-third oi tbo purrbsM
money aud such farther sum at the puirbsier
may clcct in hand, tho balance in equal intUUl;
menu at one and two year* from the day ol
sale, tho purcnaser giviug l)ond for the delerrcd
installments, with aecurlty approved br tho
pcclal commissioner, said bones to bear lntfr(torn
dato and tho title to te retained uutil
payment of tho purchase money ltiJuH^^
Bpoclal Coiamtalouer.
I hereby certify that bond aud security ha*
bcon given as required by law by William V.
Uubbard, tbe special commissioner lu the above
entitled caubo.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,
Clerk Circuit Court Ohio County.
MAvcix 19,
W. 11. Ham,sr. Auctioneer. mt3>
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
IMlUSTEE'S BALE OF A VAttlA1
Bul? POTTKBY WOEKfl IN WHEELING,
W. VA.
By virtue of a deed of trust mado by west
Virginia China Company to me a* trustee, waring
dato the 2Sth day ol January, A. 1>. tf?9. ana
recorded In the Clerk's Ofllce of tbe County
Court ol Obie County, Weat VUgluls. lu Deed Of
Trust Book No. 18, ou pages 1, i, 8,4 5 uud G, I
will proceed to sell at public sale at tbe front
door of tho Court House of said county, u tbe
City of Wheeling. Vest Virginia, ou
Satukday, thk 18th Day or Ai-iul. A. 1). liW.
beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described
property, that la to say: A certsm
Elcoe or parcel ol land in the First ward of tbe
Ity of Wheeling, West Virginia, lying aud being
Immediately north of tho property of tho
estate of David Garden, deceased, west ol Msln
street and south of fourth street (formerly
called Bank street) and east if tbo Ohio rim,
being a part of the same property convened to
Walter B. Brooka, trustee. by John J. Joocs,
trustee, by deed dated thc2Jth dsy of August,
A. D. ih*5, and now of record in tbe l>rs a
offlio of the County Court of Ohio County.???
Virginia, in Deed Book No. Gt, ou panes t?H ??*
185, and being also the same piece ol property
that waa convejed by William L. H earn and
Thomas O'Brien, trustees, to said West Virginia
China Compauy by deed tearing dsto the
day of Beptomner.A.D. lW.and ol word in
the said Clerk's office of tain County court of
Ohio County, in Deed hook No. W, on pate ia.
I will at tho samo tlmo and place sell ail ol tw>
machinery, fixtures, tools aud motii-1* ol tbo
said Weat Virginia China Company, at tbe works
of said company, situated upon tbe at?at? described
property. ,
Tho porccl of land described above contsJni
about two acres and one-half of lati.l and nu
upon it a largo and coinptcto lottery worn,
which Is practically now, having been in opera
tion less than two ycao. . , .
Turns or 6ALE-On*thlrd of the P?rc *
money, or as much more an the purchaser nay
elect to nay, cash in hand on the day ol ???
tho residue in two equal Instalment*,
in one and two years irom the da? ol kUC>.| .
deferred Instalments to be secured to the muifaction
of the nndendgncd trustee by K'v1-1* *
Ueu on tho propert* sold. , .
feU JOHN D. CULBKP.TSON. Trmjf*,
TRUSTEE'S 8ale of valuable
1 Minrin wimp \<i Kk'" PROJ'KKl i
By vlr'.uo of a deed of tru#t mudo by K?l{^
Mtmb.and Margaret A. Man.h, hi* wife, Gron?
March, aul Saran March, bin wile, to in.- ?# trustee,
bearing dato August 2fi. A l?. l**--.
rocordod in the clerk'tofllcoof thet'onntyMJN
of Ohio county, W. Va., in Deed of Trugttfoo*
No.22, pagoWfl, I will toll on
BATUBDAY, the 25th DAY of APRIL. A I'. l#b
beglnuing at 10 o'cleck a. m., thefollowing'??
scribed property, that la to My: All that |>I??
or parcel of ground dituato In the H*U? ?W?i
the city of Wheeling, Ohio county. W
and known u portions of lot* ?>o bami ?'B
outlou No. 28 and togeUur with the 'n*
prove went* thereon. conalfcilng of a two?wy
brick dwelling, brick liable and otner
houacs, It being tlie nmo property #? bmtmoj"
conveyed to the aaJd Ba'ph MaiihatKl
March, by Henry M. Itimell, wo*
mlMloner, by deed bearing date &'Ptv?wr '
1S<4, and of record In the clerk'# oflice ofOflj?
fountj, w. Va., In Dotd Boot No. Ci p?g? ?
Tum or Balk:?t'a#h
JACOB DBIWILI-EB
mrtO Trn*v*
PHOTOGKAPHY.
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