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"wheeling, may 12. 1801.
Tin: national Democracy is between
Mr. Cleveland and the deep sea. Which
ij an interesting situation.
Mr. Blaine, it may be observed, is
not showing the least excitement about
aoything?the diplomatic incidents or
the next nomination for the Presidency.
He is busy quietly attending to his own
business.
"A clean city," says the Sani.ary
News, "promotes not only tho health
of the people, but adds to the productive
value and industrial prosperity of the
community." This is a homely truth
well uut. Nothing that a city can do
pays belter than to keep itself cloan and
nightly. Every dollar bo expended ia a
dollar well invested. A people too
n'ggardly to keep their city clean ougl t
to camp out where they may change
the site of th ir habitation every day.
The NebrtiMkn Uaberautorlml Cootett.
That ia startling intelligence which
cimea from Omaha touching the manner
in which tho Supreme Court of Nebraska
came to a decision in the matter of the
gubeiuatioual contest. Politiciana may
wrangle and endeavor to circumvent
justice bvany and all means, and there
is n j special occasion for surprise. We
have reason to expcct better thingB from j
tho highest court in a State.
Too highest judicial bodies are not I
always abovo.suspicion of partisanship,!
but that a court should decide an imp
)rtant matter aa the Supreme Court of
N jbraska has t'ene, almost surpasses be1
tel. It n< arly i quals the conduct of the
8 tpreme Court of West Virginia in the
Intelligkncbr contempt case, which
case placed that body in contempt where
?v ?r the nroceedinsB were known.
A Hilly Yuuug Monarch.
The Dusseldorf speech of the Kaiser
sticks in the German draw: "There it
is only one lord of the realm," said
William, "and he stands before >ou. I
tolerate no other will."
This is billy talk for a young sovereign
of eo enlightened a nation as Germany
in the nineteenth century. Before he
gets through with his job of ruling
William will tolerate another will many
times, otherwise his rule will be a liat
failure?it may even happen that his
throne will clip from under him.
lie may bo able to dance a jig on
Bismaick'd body, but if he is to have
any measure ol aucctea be will tolerate
the will of the peoplo of Germany, who
are too much in touch with the progress
of the world lo permit their sovereign
to push them back four or five centuries.
Once there was a French king who
tickled his vanity by proudly declaring,
"I am the Htato." He was not a great
man end his bed was not of roses.
Writ Virginia at Chicago.
1* ia nAw a aalllpd fnrt thafcChinfiDO
will do bt r part towards making the
World's Fair a success. Chicago will
euccecd in accomplishing all that any
city could accompliah. But Chicago
cannot do it all. There ia something for
every State to do, and every State must
doits share if the exposition is to be
what it should be.
While tho Stales as such are doing
what they can the people cf each State
have something to do. Whofaverhaa
anything that will add to tho exhibit of
his State must get into line early and let
it be knovn that he wishes to be on
hand with his exhibit.
West Virginia can open tho eyes of
tho wnrKI if 1?t romtniPRinnorfi will
avail themselves of their rich opportunities
and if the people will give them the
cooperation to which they are entitled.
West Virginia must bo represented at
Chicago i? the products of her minea,
her foreetf, her fields, and in tho manufactured
commodities for which she hus
established a ftuue. No Stale has won
to gain by an adequate representation ol
its industiial activities.
lb*Urcan Mine Dl*Nit*r.
The verdict of tho coroner's jury in
the rate of the Ocean mine explosion
plices the mpoDsibility directly and 1
sharply on the operators and the mine
inepector, and cuts cut some good work i
for the grand jury.
The fctatiinent that the mine inspector ,
has not done his duty towards thi* :
mine, is notpurpritirg. Inspector liarr i
is not capable of dcicg his uuty, for he
knows f>s little about a mine as uny man
who ever saw the inside of one. He
was appointed not becauao he was a
qualified pereon, but to pay a political 1
debt connected with the gubernatorial
contest. If it be true, as stated by the
coroner's jury, thai he has not visited
the Ocean mine since lost summer, hi?
head ought to drop in tho basket without
ceremony.
Mining is hazardous enough under
the most favorable conditions, and the
men who risk their lives in that employ* 1
ment have n r'ght to expect that tho
8tate, which undertake* some care of
them, will r.ot trifle with their lives by
toleratiig an infpcc'.or who docs not
inspect
An Old Fa?hloue<l Fourth uf July.
wi iciruv jirnio tunc uuo uvvu H ic
vival of the "old-faabioned Fourth of
July." As yet the movement bu not
embraced every part ol the country, but
it is gaining. Already cities and towns
are laying out a programme for this
year's observance, and the people are
taking hold with good will.
This is ono of the indications of a revival
of Americanism, in which every
American, native or adopted, has a deep
interest. Many things have happened
lately to remind us of the value of oar
Citizenship and of tho pressing need to
protect it against multitude ol threatening
dangers.
The old faaii ioned Fourth of July was
d?y given over to patriotic memories
nd exhortation, to tbe reading of the
Declaration ot Independence, with
which no American can be too familiar;
to oritiona on the history and the theory
of oar institutions; to short tallu on
the duty of the citizen; to the playing
of patriotic airs and the singing of patriotic
songs. It was then and is now a
good way to spend tbe day.
The IaTiLLiacxcw would like to see
the coming Fourth of July so spent in
Wheeling. There shonld be system
about the arrangements, and they
should be taken up early. If the Chamber
of Commerce will set tbe ball io
motion there will be plenty to lend a
hand to keep it rolling.
It is not too soon to begin, to select
speakers and give them time for prepa
rill Oil, 10 lay out me pmu ui w?uiKB.fiU
generally and to provide for soch a celebration
as shall be worthy of the occasion
and of Wheeling.
If properly manned the whole surrounding
vicinity, on both sides of the
river, can probably be included in the
demonstration. Let us have an old*
fashioned Fourth and let us make it a
day to be remembered.
UilKAKFAST BUlKiKT.
If the managers of short-term Orders
could get long terms of imprisonment
it might even up things.
In the absence of Baron De Fava,
Senor Komero, the Mexican Minister,
becomes acting dean of the Diplomatic
Corps in Washington.
An Indiana town has elected a treasurer
by a foot race; perhaps on the
principle that lightness of foot very often
comes handy to them.
A costume of mouBe-gray wool is
trimmed with black silk passementerie,
which forms a broad border for the front
of the lightly draped akirt.
Velvet ribbons will be used for trim*
mlug summer dresses, and the newest
fancy is for those of uncut velvet, ribbed
across with straight end edges.
! Frank?"Mrs. By kert married her husband
to reform him; how did she suecetd?"
May ? "Splendidly; he's an
angel now."?New York Herald.
"I have such an indulgent husband,"
said little Mrs. Doll. "Yes; so George
says," responded Mrs. Spitefal. "Sometimes
indulges too much, doesn't he?"?
tOBWJU XIBUOVtlllW
Michigan University, At Ann Arbor,
proposes to have women professors and
lecturers, and the Legislature seems
quite willing that it should be so. Score
another point for the softer sex.
Very many cloth dresses have no trimming
whatever when the fabric itself is
some one of the patterned spring suitings
that have taken the feminine heart
By storm.?Housekeeper's Weekly.
Massachusetts is legislating to prevent
the erection of builoings of a greater
height than 125 feet. This is as high as
Beacon Hill culture cares to go, for fear
I it may trench upon the blue and bound|
less ether of translucent transcendalism.
Dr. Lucia R. Thompson, of Greenville,
N. C., one of the brightest graduates
in the rccont claes at the Women's
Medical College, has sailed for Europe,
where she will pursue her studies in the
principal hospitals of Germany, England
and France.
The committee having charge of the
Beecher statue fund in New York announces
that $3,700 is required to complete
the work. The unveiling of the
statue has been set down for June 24th,
and it is deemed necessary to raise this
money before that date.
/I W nu:ij. II tl..
jir. vjeui^u ??. UUIIUC, IUD A^CTT
York Tribune learns, "has consented to
exhibit his tine art and souvenir collection
at the Chicago Fair. Among his
treasurers iu the little green harp which
belonged to Tom Moore, and which he
carried into'hundreds of Irish homes."
The first negro woman to practice
medicine in Brooklyn regfstered in the
County* Clerk's office on Thursday. She
is Nenna M. H. Morton, of No. 324 Gold
street. She was born in Ohio, is a graduate
of the Women's Medical College in
Pennsylvrnia, and passed the examination
of the Regents of the University of
the State of New York.
While Chauncey M. Depew is one of
the pleasantest men to interview, it has
frequently been noticed that he never
encourages the interviewer to stay in hie
presence for any length of time by inviting
him to sit down. Mr. Depew's
desk stands pretty near the centre of his
large office, and never is any vacant
chair found within twenty feet of it.?
New York Sun.
liiBtut ib ujure uunnu iu uiio octuuu
of the country than all other diseases
pat together, and until the last few years
waa supposed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease, and there*
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure.manufactured by F.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional euro on the market
It is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
upon the blood and mucons surfaces ol
iho system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure. Bend
for circulars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by drrggietp, 75c. daw
Senator Blair is likely to have a poor
Fourth of July. He has too much patriotic
tire in him to patronize Italv by
uuyiDK uomau canuies ana ue uu Deeu
loo deeply insulted to enjoy Chinese
tire-crackers. And spattering rockets
that go up with a bang and come down
with a stick are too painfully reminiscent
of bis own diplomittic experience.
Woman has been compelled to suffer,
Dot only bet own ills, but those arising
from a want of knowledge on the part o(
those with whom she stands connected.
In the mansions of the rich and hovels
of the poor, woman has been alike the
patient victim of ills unknown to man.
But now the hour of her redemption
has come. Bradfleld's Female Regulator
cures all diseases peculiar to her sex.
Sold at wholesale and retail by Logan
Drug Co., and all druggists. 8
Tub transit of Mercury was a very interesting
subject to astronomers and
people accustomed to enjoying themselves
over a glass, but at the Spring Garden
observatory sorrowing depositors
wore more anxious about the transit of
lueir savings over me paying teller s
counter.?Philadelphia Times.
O! the Mlaerj of lU
Human wretchedness touches bottom In seasickness.
Life !s held a feather's weight bj the
uufnrtuuata sllllctod with It. Why endure lt?
atrocious Internal couvuUlomwhen llostetter's
ritetntch Hitters relieves thorn I ni tan tor? Not
only relieves, but prevents. It is not slwsyi on
the "briny" that travelers nsusea I* ezper- '
lenood. Hallway Journeying, ndlng with one's
back to tbo horses or the locomotive sometimes
& reduces It In super sensitive stomachs. Hos
>tter's Btomsoh elttem Is always the prompt
remedy. Tho mischievous properties oF bractl?h
water, the evil lutiuence of missma, unwholesome
?r unaccmtomed fond, excessive
fatigue, whether bodily or menial, the dyspeptic
tendency bred by sedeatary pursuits, the
pernicious eflkct* ol exposure to extreme* o(
temperature or dampness. all these are effectDally
counteracted by this genial preservative
ol health. Cures also rheumatism, kidney and
billoua trouble.
ip tovi: back a<nr.",
Oryoa are all worn out. reilly pi**! fur nothing,
it!? general UcbUUy. '1 ry
buow2ts i hos tun kits.
It will curt you, cUsnso your liver, and cite
a Rood appetite.
ChildrenCfj forPitcher's Cajtoria.
I1IP0BTANT DECISION.
lovolrlng a HWla'a to Tu l'olloun
I'm lac* C?r? ? I'cDDfjimlB Law MaiUlawl
Wabiiixgton. d. 0., M?y 11.?The
United States Supreme Court to-day ?!
firmed the Judgment of the Supreme
Court ol Pennejlvinii la the cue o< the
Pullman Palace Company egiioet the
State, involving the validity and consti._.i?n._
ciitn i.? ll,U
luiuroatifc/ u* uid ut?v ? > ?> ,) ?~w
company on a basis proportionate to the
total number of miles of railroad within
the State over which the company's cars
ran, compared with the number of miles
o( railroad in the United States over
which the cars ran. The court in an
opinion by Justice Gray holds that the
law is valid and not in violation of the
interstate commerce clause of the Federal
constitution. The court holds that
the law is not a regulation of commcrce
but an equitable method of taxing the
property of the company within the
State. It holds that it is a tax not on
business, but on property which may be
found within the State. The court also
decided a case from Massachusetts involving
practically the same question a&
applied to the lines of the Western
Union Telegraph Company in Massa*
chuaetts in the same way.
Fob Colds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis
and Sore Throat, use Dr. Thomas's Eclectric
Oil, and get the genuine. daw
Uamarkable Facta.
Heart disease is usually supposed to
be incurable, but when properly treated
a large proportion of cases can be cured.
Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart,
Ind., and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid,
Mich., were cured after suffering 20
years. S. 0. Linburger, druggist at San
Jose, 111., says that Dr. Miles' New Heart
Care, which cured tbo former, "woriceu
wonders for his wife." Levi Lptau, of
Buchanan, Mich., who bad beart disease
for 30 yearp, said two bottles made him
"feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cnre is sold and guaranteed by
tbe Logan Drug Go.' Book of wonderful
testimonials free. rrbsAW-1
Hick Head ache. |
Loose's Ked Glover Pills cure Sick
Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation.
25c per box, 5 boxes for $1.
For sale by Logan Drug Company, daw
DIED.
UAIJNE?At the residence of her narents, at
Forty-third and Jacob strati, Bbsik IHllic,
dauuhterof Uavldand Alice k. Ilabae, Id
the 13th year of her age. *
Funeral from tbo residence of her parents,
Tuesday, May 12, at 2 o'clock p. m.( Inttr
meut at Mt. Zlou cemetery, Frlond's of the
family Invited.
ROLF?On Monday morning. May 11, 1891, a1
1:81 o'clock, tMMA, wile of Uermau Uoll. In
ber 25th jcar.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
tcrmcnt at Mt. ZIon cemetery. Friends ol
tbe family lnrlted.
WOI.F?On Sunday morning. May 10, 1691, ai
2:i7 o'jcloca a. m . Alice k, daughter ol
luacand Jennlo Wolf, In tbo 21st year ol
ber age. 0
Funeral from Chtpline Btrect M. E. Church ou
Tuesday, May 12, at 2 o'clock p. m. Inter
mtnt at Mount Wood ccmetory. Friends ol
tbo family Invited.
BANDI?On Sunday, May 10,18*1, at 10 o'clock
a. m., Matilda L., daughter of Nicholas and
Anulc Baud], Id her 20th year.
"Like aa Jtaua her ?oul has aaccudcd
To that ouc ethereal *p&ere.
Aa that left, 'Depth here to be blended,
Uer lifelwa form, once 10 dear,
Iu bat her aolrit we aball <eo
In Hearen'a countleu multitude.wea^all bo."
Funeral services at the residence of her parent*,
No. 130 Seventeenth itrcct, on Tuesday
aiternoon at 2 o'clock, Irlcndsof the fam>
ily Invited to attend. Interment at Peuln*
suUr cemptfry.
MEDICAL.
Advice to Women
If vou would protect vourself
from Painful, l'rofuse, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation
you must use
BRADFIELD'S ?
FEMALE 1
REGULATOR ]
CAItTETWriLLC, April 28,1880.
This will rcrtify that two uu'iubors of injr
Immediate family, nftcr huvin<{ suffered for
years from iTIonMrunl Irregularity,
Icing treatod without benefit by ph)-slclans
were at length completelycurodbyono bottlo
of Brndflrld'* B'cxmilo Itozulntor. Its
effect Id truly wonderful. J. W. .Stiuxuu.
Hook to " WOMAN " malkitFREE, which contain!
valuable lufuriuatluu uu all fcaialo disco*.-*.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..
ATLANTA, GA.
TO It SALE J2Y ALL JUtUOOIST"
Bold In Wheeling at wholu ale and retail by
LOGAN DRUG CO.,
mrlfroAw and all Druggists.
WEAK MEN. lyodr attention
18 callk)t0th?
timxium mamw orbat english remedy.
4$ iy Cray's Specific Hediciae.
Afc 4A-IF YOU SUFFER (,on
nKRTwiK Mm Nerroua Debility. Weakucsa of
Body and Mind, Spermatorrhea, and Impotcncy,
and all dlaeaiea that arise from over Indulgence
and aelf abnaa. aa Lorn of Memory and l'ower,
Dlmucaa of Viilnn, Premature Old Age. and
many other diwaaca that lead to Inianlty or
Consumption and an early grave, wrlto for our
pamphlet.
AddreaaGBAY MBD.'CINE CO., Buffalo, X. Y.
The fapeclflc Medicine la aold by all drngglitj at
91 per pack ace, or alx packagea for S6, or aent by
mail on receipt of moner. and with every f 5 or
derWE GUARANTEE a cure or money
refunded.
a- On account of connterfella. wo bare
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genuine.
told in Wheeling ami guarantees la?ucd by
LOGAN DRJUG CO . Wholesale and Rotall
Druftglata, Bridge Corner, Main atrcct.
anli-TTMKow
^^i^^ook's Cotton Hoot
A recent dlacovery by an
TnftS \ pbptclan. Suectujul y
I JjA* jjJ wd monthly by thuvMtulu oj
M 1w v r la did. Ia the only perfff
lectiy safoand reliable med I
Mf xclne discovered. hewaie of
^^unprincipled drugxlita who
offer lnf-rior medicinea In
place of this. Aik for Cooa'a
Cottox Boorl'oxroUKB, lake no lubitltutr, or incloae
ft in letter, and we will tend icaled by ro
turn mall. Full aealcd particular* In plain envelope,
to ladlea only, 2atampa. Address PON0
LILY COMPANY. Ro. S Fisher Block, Detroit,
Mirh. Hold In Wheeling by LOGAN DRUG
fOMFANY. my9-TThMKow
0RUNKEHMES&
Liquor Habit.
U All THE WS/tW TBCJte/SBltrO/tE WAT
KBMiflES GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
M can begiven In coffee. tea.or In article* of food,
without the knowledgu of patient tf neceMary:
it In absolutely barmlena and will clflvt n |H*rmr.nent
and *|iecdy cure, whether the patient U n
mr derate drln Iter or cn alcoholic wreck. ITNKVKlt
FA IIX. It operates bo quietly onu with aucb
certainty thtt tbe patient undergoes no Ineonvcnience,
and aoon hi* complete reformation U
effected. 4a page book free. To be hod of
LOGAN DRUG CO., Main atrvet.
HfrTthaa Wheeling. W. Va.
EEECHAM'S PILLS
cure SICK HEADACHE.
25 Cents a Box.
OF ,AT.T. DRXJOOISTS.
8lck Headache, Constipation,
Fever nml Ague. Dizzy Ilcail ami
Cold Feet, Torpid Liver, Want of
Appetite and General Debility,
aro Positively cured by
DR. A. S. TODD'S Al
rialn or sugar eoatcd. In nae ovrr Oft year*.
J no. <J. Alcl. Kin A I
SOMETHING
MTPJBMNM
Many Patients who Consult us Say:
"Doctor, I Would Like to Take
Your Treatment, but do Not
Want toGct In the Papers."
Let it be stated, once for all, that Drs.
Copeland & Bell never publish a name
without the full consent of the patient,
nor do they publish a one-hundredth
part of the testimonials received from
grateful patients. For obvious reasons
Home are indisposed to have their names
published in regard to the cureo that
have been performed for them. As an
instance there is given below a case of
this kind, which can be yenned at oar
office:
Mr. says: "Eight years ago I did not
regard my trouble as serious, when It first be
gan ?lth my head aud now stopping up, dull,
heavy achta over my eye* aud through my ternfiea.
out later, wheu night sweat* came on and
began to lose tlesh. my cough bccame so b*d
that 1 could uot sleep. Sometimes 1 would ralw
uuautltlcs of mucuu* with It. aud a'.other times
It was dry and hard, almost tearing me to
pieces."
Sir. Solomon Rwlcr, 413 Market Sired.
"My eyes were dim aud weak. 1 could uot
read common print There was a constant bus
' ?... I lknll.1,1 I
wai going to Joae my tearing My heart wonid
beat rmpldlr. then slowly, followed by a
dlziy feoliuR My Appetite was irregular: nothlUfC
that I Ate agreed with me. i would bedl<'rowed
At the atnmtcb after rating. I would
' often throw up ail the food I JjaI tAlren. My
1 sleep wm bnkeu And mtieaa, and did mo no
good. 1 would getup la the morning feeling
more tlrod than when I wen'. to bed. Tbe
dtaeaao bad undermined my wbolo system.
"1 was a rompleto wieck wben 1 went to Dr*.
, Cope Una A Boll. Tbey did not promt** me
mucbandl did not expect to becurod.but 1
felt that tbey understood my c<ue. Their
: charges t>cltiie rcaaonable. 1 began their treatcnent.
I Improved a?endily from tbe suit. Tbe
symptoma gradually left me. My bead And nove
became clcAr, my bearing la restored and my
eyts are aa sound and clear Aa tbey ever were,
t My lung trouble It entirely relieved."
lira. copclat.d & Bell refer you to the following
well known perwm whu have taken their
; treatment:
j Mr. John Mccks, Fourth atreet, Benwood,
Mr. Wm. II. Keller, Benwood.
i Mr. Jacob LMwlller, No. 870 i Jacob street.
Mn. AnnleHiimmei. <Ja neron, W. Va.
f Mr. Frank It. Ccaa. Bridgeport, Ohio.
Mr. John Holme*, Martin'# Kerry, ubio.
Mr. John MArthall, No. 27 Twenty second
street.
Mr. John Jewell, BelUtre, Ohio.
Mr. W. A. Bammerlin, No. 38 Thirteenth
feet.
Mis* Ida C. Jackson, Grafton. W. Va.
Mr. Holomou Reeacr, 4M Market street.
Mr. H. L. Kujder, North Wbeellug.
DOCTORS COPRLAND * DELL have located
permanent office* at 1121 Main street, Wheeling,
W. Va, where they treat with success all
curable casea. omce hours?V to 11 a. m.; 2
to 5 p. m.. and 7 to V p. m. 6undayi-9 a. m. to
12 m., ?nd 1 to 4 p. m. Specialties?CATARRH
aud Diseases of the KYE. EAR, THROAT
and LUNGS. Consultation free.
Adrlress all Mail to DBS. OOPELAND ? BELL,
1121 Main street, Wheeling, W. Va.
Treatment, including medlclnf. I-' a month.
AMUSEMENTS.
Grand Opera House.
O. 0. GSNTHM, MAHAOKR.
TWN NIGHT* ONLY,
Monday and Tuesday, May 11 and 12.
Original Grand Production of William
^De Shelley's Exciting and Sensational
Melodrama,
Alone in London
A Large Comrany of Flayers!
. Now and HandMuiie Scenery!
Westminster Bridge! The Old Sluice Housol
lilt! uu* nuuner) : iuu iutcj iuwjjw.
Aad other realistic scents.
Fric??Orchestra Chain. 60c: Dtro Circle
and flallerr. 'd*> benui on mIo at Weir'*. myll
GRAND BENEFIT CONCEBT!
AT THIS OPliKA HOUSE,
os
FRIDAY EVENING, MAX 15, 1891.
Tho Best Musical and Literary Talent
of the city will participate In a
Benefit Concert
FOR M?L9. EVA SEKLY.
It will bo a great success In every particular
and you should not miss it.
WAdmisilou, so cents. No extra charge for
resemd scats. Tickets on sale at F. W.
JU timer's myll
HUNTING'S
NEW EAILROAD SHOWS!
Will Exhibit in Wheeling 8 Days
Oa Lot at West End of Boapcnalon Bridge,
Commencing Tuesday, May 12.
We come with New Acta, New and Startling
Features never btfere presented.
A Fontival of Merriment. beaded by America'*
Greateat Clown, BOB UU STING.
The Japi, the Ty-UHl*. Elvlno Eddie. Normice
and Mriuitore, UallU, Kceavdoand Flu,
and a boat of otbera.
Greatest Sliow on Eartli for (lie Price.
Admlnon, Adulta20c. Children 10c.
OH* BINO ONLY.
BFMKMBRR THE DATE. my7 |
DKNTIS1HY.
NbWYORK
Dental Association,
1040 Main St., Whwliig, W. Va.
A BET OF TEETH * 6 00
A GOOD SET 8.00
BEST BEr 10 00
GOLD FILLING A SPECIALTY,
EXTRACTING *Bc.
VITALIZED AIR? BOc.
DR. C. L. HILL,
?p13 ivtw Manager.
rpHEINTELLIGENCER18 A CLEAR
L AND PREAKNTAKL* PAPER.
^w^^sJTJTT.
"MY OWLY SJEliXUF."
Rudp's Mills, Upshur Co., W. Va.
DR. A. 8. ToDD?Dear Sir: For many years
have I hern nmu*t?*?| with diseased I.Ivor; and
although I try to vet alone *>mrtlniM without
your rills, I And It useless, they arc my only
relief, l'lcase ?cud me ?lx box?-s and oblige,
David II. smith.
NTI-BIUOUS PILLS
If your druggist does not kwp thrm fend 23c. te
mn, Hot* Proprietor*, Who. ling, W. Va.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
)r ha le-viney ard stakes.
HENKY PPIIAR. Moondivll'e.W.Va my>*
qpecial sale of no. 138 south
O Broadiray, laland. Frame cot a?e of nix
room* *'m1 hull. Lot feet. Price low.
Inquire of JtlKKIiAKT & TATUM, nu Market
iirwt myl
For sale?a horse, eight
year* old, tntf and feotle. one covered
Spring Wftitun lu good cooditioQ. Will ?ell
chcait. Inquire at Uaria'a Livery Stable, 173
Market atrcm my 12
Wanted?deputies and orGAK1ZKRH
torepreacnt the Profrewite
Endowment League. Tbla order wan Incorporated
Hcptember 1, 18'JO, ntider the lawa of
Maryland and his a memberthlo of orer
h.ow. 11 nays 1100 In one year and 110 per wiek
aick benefit* Tbe coatodiana of tbe luuda of
tbla ordor are tbe Mercantile and Fidelity rruat
and I'epoNitCom'anleA, of Baltimore Addrta*
orcallouli.lt. DAViS. Hotel Windaor. lien
rral (Hire of tbe Company, ta Kor.h Howard
>tro?t. HaWmore. my??
\ ttention, sir knight!
<"
Owes Becobdbb, Wheeling commandebt No. I
1, Kniuuth Templab, Wiieiu.no, Way li, '9L
Rib Knioht:?Yon are ordered to teport on
Wednesday, May 1.1.18JU at 2:80 o'clock, lu lull
Templar uniform, at Headquarter* of Wheeling
Comtnanitory No 1, la Craogle Block, No. 131h
Market ?trcct, to participate In gr*nd oarade
and review by tbc Right Eminent Grand Commander
of tbo titatc.
J. L. 1JKOK, Eminent Commander.
Archie T Ho pi'. Recorder. my?
jpOB WEDD1KG AND
Anniversary Gifts,
we hare at all time* the lateit Gooda In FINE
CUUA. elc.,ctc.
EWIKG BROS.,
myl2 12i:> Market 8t. opp McLure Honro.
Q.EORGE GUUNY
Having opened anew
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
No. 510 Main Stbbkt,
I? now prepared to ?erre hla cuntomeni wlih tbe
bent and newtwt style* In hi* line, aud will to
pleated to hare you call and see hlsgooda.
aar Bei>auikg Neatly Donb. "%"a
' aprtttkm
JOIIX M. OAKLEY & CO.,
Bankers and Broker*,
4) BIXT1I STREET. I'lTTSDDS'JU.
Stocks, Bonds,
GRAIN, PROVISIONS
Bouout and Sold for Cash
oh on Mamqix.
inyll
THE BEST WAY
TO SAVE MONEY!
NKW OHIO VALUCT BUILDIKO ABPOClJfriOH.
Persona who obligate themaelvf s In s*ve money
almost invariably tin so, while those who are
under no auch obligation paaa a long lb rough the
world without a home or the means ol lecurlrg
oue. A few thare* of stock in a well-managed
Building Anoclatiou. whirh compel* the hold*
era to make a weekly deposit of a nxwl amount,
in about the cures', way to accumulate money.
Saving Bank* are Rood institution* for such purpotion,
but experience shows that the regular
weekly depot!t, which one promises hi nisei tor
herself to make, la often neglected, and the result
Is the mouey is not there.
The ameudment taused b> the late Legislature
to tho Uw regulating Bui'dlng Associations
widen* the scope of their useluluesfl, and makes
them much more eQlcient in pro*IJIuk for the
wantmof their member*. the Iioard of Director
of the Ohio Valley Building Association, realizing
this fact, will take immediate advantage of
the improved Uw, and will issue a now lerieiof
stock at once.
bhares of stock In tho New 8crlr? ran bo se
cured ol either of the undersigned, or ou Saturday
evenings, Boom No. 4. Crangte'a Block,
Market street. W. C HandLaN.
geo. bundling,
wtlzle iiukbel,
II. fcL WM'tiiilHKR.
J03. RLA?)K,
\VM. KU8TKMKIB,
pi 4-mm HHXHY EHH.
THE BIRDS OF SPRING
If they coci.d bo weary of their Bonn, would
find, la our great stork, an almost intlnlto
variety or new melcdie*. 40.0CU kind* ol
oar old moalo eru still called lor,
and tlie new arc more numerous
than the old.
Cantata*?THE JOLLY FARMERS, SarRent.
[40 cm . Si (0 doz.j No*, bright, easy, and all
jollv farmers and their friend* *111 like It.
HfcKOESOF '70 181. ?r !9 dor 1 Trowbridge,
for 4th of July; and NEW Fl.oWKIt QUEEN
160 eta., f.r? 40 do* J Root, for flower time.
Sunday School* like PEA 18 It IN* rtoNG [40ct*.,
or|4 20dcz]Emerton; sond worship
eta. or |3 CO dcz I Kmerton and Eherwln: N h\\
SPIRITUAL bONUtt (1&cla., SI 60dcz.j Teuuy
Si llotrmann.
Choirs constant!4* eend for our Octavo Mutlc8.000
number* of Anthem*, eacreri Selections,
etc., 5 to h ct* euch. bend for Lists.
OuoiNisT* furnished with Voluntary and other
music and players on Violin*. Guitar*, Mandolin*,
Banjos and all other instrument*, supplied
with appropriate music, bend for llitB
and Information.
runio.nN'rf Vfll;a i. METHOD for ALTO. RARf.
T01B and BA3* VOICES 111 WJ U a new and
superior method.
AMY HOOK MAILED FOR RITA IL 1'f.ICE.
OLIVER OITSON CO., Boston,
C. H. DIT80N it 00..
M7 Broadway. KcwYork City. ap2k?ThAW
EAST CHATTANOOGA,
Tennessee I
The rlcht place lo establlnh any Indoitry In the
Bouth that requires Wood, iron or Stool.
Large Inducements to Manufacturers
of Every Kind to Locate with us*
Now In the timo and hon> i> the place to lay
the foundation for future fortunes. Don't nesrlect
irk thltiftr nhnfit tliln Writn me for n&rtfoulara.
or bujr a round trip ticket to Lookout Mountain,
and when you reach here, call on mc.
BENJAMIN THOMPSON,
GENERAL MAN ACER
BAST CHATTANOOGA LAND CO.,
125 Rlcbaidwn Block, Cbattanoopa.Tonn.
mr^ TThi
elmst
W\
^EftOACHE-DK-TODT^CM?
jSiINTJ T ESt?
?lf itwejted-irv- ?bojjle3o;M
mld|gro"6S,ail^e1
HOMER WELLS,
ARCHITECT.
Boom 17, Kclllr SafldlBt. WhMllnj, W. V?
rucnau 8cr??iKTmM?r.
Kmiira r*R?Frn.v w*pi. nta*
YyiRE WORK FOR OFFICES,
Wire Work for lluilders,
Wire Work for CemeterJcu. Wire Work fox
IiotiM*, Wire Work ol Kvory DeicrlpUon.
WIRE WORKS, 1707 EOFP ST.
Telephone 147. W. B. ALLISON.
gavrrwAn
YOU CAN*FIND p^IR
rafllelo Prrrnm-h ii 11! -in/ l.nreauo
Si^miFGfoiT BROS.
fiw vtli oaauact fur am
WHY GOODS?GEO. II. TAYLOR. __
g GEO. 8. TAYLOR, |
S 1150 Main St. ^
UU ~~1
^ THROUGH TO
y 1153 Market.
0 22
1 DRY GOODS! g
S Spring and Summer. 2
o m
o Iinmeuse Accumulation oi Choice Novelties. ^
Fronch and Scotch Suitings. O
Grenadines, India Silks, DO
r. Lawns and Organdies, Glnghame,
Printed de Chines, Parasols. ?^
<X> / Sun Umbrellas, w
fjl Centemorl Kid Cloves, Silk Gloves, rj
^ Silk Mitts. ^
3 Lace Curtains ?
O DRAPEUY, MULLS AND SILKS.
Q 2
m Especial Attention Is Invited to Our Well t J
Selected Stock of
* BLACK GOODS, 2
W Embroideries and Embroidered Flannels!
2 m
^I PRIESTLEY 2
CO Silk Warp Henriettas H
2 A SPECIALTY. ^
< D
By constantly buylr.g we keep our 3D
stock good all the time. Wo aim to keep
u the btst goods, never misrepresented. All
representations equivalent to a guarantee.
I GEO. I TAYLOR. I
II. EMSIIEINER SPECIAL SALE.
H. EMSHEIMER,
18 and 20 Eleventh Street.
SPECIAL OFFERING OF CHOICE
DRESS GOODS
MUCH UNDER VALUE.
At 39c per Yard?A large line of Patterns in Plain, Plaid and
Striped, lull yard wide.
At 25c por Yard?A large line of yard-wide Handsome Goods.
At 12 I-2c por Yard?Forty styles yard-wido iac simile of high
cost French Goods.
At $10. $12 and 815?Pattern ltohes that cost flltv per cent
more to land.
New Embroideries.
Over 200 styles 1-8 Inch to 40 Inches wide. The prettiest
patterns we have ever offered.
Suit and Cloak Department.
We have a most complete stock of Wraps, Wrappers, Tea
Gowns, Waists, Misses' and Children's Outfits.
ZE3I. EMSHEIMER.
EDW. IJ. HOSE At CO.~HEADQUAHTF.U8 FOK WHEELS.
EDW. L. ROSE & CO.,
51 Twelfth Street.
=I HEADQUARTERS FOR WHEELS! I=
VICTOR dS&Vi GIANT I
... r""-, , , Tho only Uedinm OmJo
COLUMBIA ! Whw"n""""
The but wrkd, a! SPRING^ FORK.
LITTLE~GIANTS | ^^7] VELOCIPEDES,
dandies 1 V J? ^&'v. Tricycles.
for Boy*. " r -ir-.l , r*T? yor 6m>u children.
J. L. BALLARD. ----- Manwgor.
JOSKPH GRAVES?WALIi PAPHItB, III;\MC nOOliS, ETC.
1852." SPRTNG TRADE. I89L
tty 11 v\ T\ .. 1 1 A.!1!_. . tl it
wail rapers, sorters ana ueiung uecorauons!
10,000 Rolls Mica Paper, 6 Cents, Worth 8 to 10 Cents.
10,000 Rolui Whit* Bum, 8 Cist*, Worth 10 Cents.
10,000 Rolls Gilt Papers. 8 Cents. Worth 10 to 15 Cxnt*.
20,010 RolLs Bronze ami Gilt Papeks, 10 Cents. WoiiTn 15 to 25 Cents
10,000 Rolle Fhikmid Gilt Papers,15 Cents, Wortii 25 to 35 Cents
10,000 Roll* Glittehb, 15 and 25 Cents, Worth 30 to 45 Cents
10,000 Rolls FjneParlob Patterns, 35 to 60 Cents, Worth 50 to 76 Cents
6,000 Rolls Prosed Patterns, tl to$1 25, Worth $2 to $260.
10,000 Rolls Plain Ingrains, 15 Cents, Worth 20 to 25 Cents.
?- solo Aienl lor Iho DOWNING SIJtEHNn COACHES, lh?Bdt li?hr CutIim lnu,?
world lor tho price I
JOSEPH GRAVES,
26 Twelfth Street. mn-w.
1IAMM & CO.-FURNITURE, KTC.
HAMM&CO.,
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers, >
DQT THIS DOWN FOR A FACT:
That onr establishment 1? a model one In every rennet
Tb*t in oar attractive luwortmcnt, prompt eorvioe and lair treatment, onr customers are amolv
Ad satisfactorily served. ? ,
?r Undertaking In Ita several forms a special feature.
TELEPHONE CALLS ANtJWfcKKL DAY OR NIGHT. t
HAMM & CO., - 1065 Main Street.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS,
rp HE WHEELING <fc CON NELLSX
VILLK RAILROAD COMPANY.
Tbe flr?t meeting of tbo *bceliuc A Connclla*
vllle fcailroad Company for organization and
urbother proceedings ai misht be bad at an
annual meeting will bo beld at tbe ofllco of tbo
Klvtraide Iron works, No. l'*H Main atrrot, In
the City of ^'bMllnp,Wo*t Virginia, on TUESDAY,
MAY 19,1M1, at 7:90 p. m.
W. A LYNCH. J. O. HOFFMANN, E*.,
K. J. H AHMi, HRKRVK.LIar,
R. H. COCHRAN, JOS. SPEIDKL,
W. A. I%KTI\ A. RKYMANN.
, J. N. VANCE. J AS. R. TANRY.
GK1ROK WISE, K. W. Of)! EBAY,
A.J.C;LARKE. JOHN FREW.
C. A. ROBlNdON, W. F. HUBBARD,
ap'ilTa Qorporatnra.
EXECL'TOK'S SALE.
XECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
FRO PERT Y.
I will offer for ulo at tbo frout door of tbe
Court Honae of Oblo county, on
SATURDAY, MAY 16tb, 1891,
-? m ns.iA^ir . m.. thflimif lot on wbinh U alt
uated home No. t>7 fifteenth street. The house
contains eight rooms, good cellar, hot and cold
water, both *a?w.
Terms?All tho purchase moncylQcash.cz*
ccpt II .WO. which is to be paid Marcl 16, lift!,
with iutercst from tbo day of sale la two in*
UUlnients, payable eeptetnbcr 10,lfcOl. and the
second when the note Is due.
Alio, on the s?me day at 2 o'clock p m., I
will tell at So. 87 Fifteenth street all the Household
and Kltcheu Furniture In said house.
Terms cash.
JAMES D. BOD LEY,
Executor of the will of James Bodley, deceased.
w. h Ham aw. Auctioneer. ap!8
FOR RENT.
U'OR RENT-STORE ROOM. COR
F Third and Main street*. Apply to &
ROPY, 1100 Main street. d?4_
jpOR RENT.
Desirablo upstair apartment of four toomj
centrally located, 120 per month. Both paes
and water. All on one iloor. Adapted to light
housekeeping. Xot suited for children. In*
gulrw at Wo. 1420 Main street. ap28
JfOR RENT.
CAMP GROUND HOTEL.
Situated on Moundsvllle Camp Ground. In*
quire at CI Twelfth street ap21
a
PUBLIC BALK.
30 PLEASANT YALLEY LOTS.
Porter Farm and Coal
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Robert Aiulcnon. AUmtaUtiator.| ^
William rorter's heir* and others J
In pursuance ol a decree made oil the 15thday
oi April, javl, by tho Circuit Couit ior Olilo
county iu the above entitled cans?. thn undersigned
appointed apcclal commiisloncr ior tho
purpose wllloa
8ATDBDAY. MAY 23,1891,
commencing at 9:80 o'clock a. m.. on the
Sremises, sell at public sale to the highest bider,
the Hlllism l oner farm, located ou the
National road, about three miles east of Wheeling,
comprising ICC acres and four perchrs.
The property hss been subdivided into pared*
consisting of M acrei and 87 perches of hill
land and thirty One building lota, some fronting
ou the NatloLal road, aud *11
and Hdcit located, belug fri ui
ball an sere in nearly au arre in area.
1 hose panels will be soid teparately. For ibeir
bouudarle*, reference it irade to tbc paj>eri in
tho aborotuiiucd cause, and e?pccia]jy to the
plat* filed therewith. a plpt ahowlug tbc
thirty lota above mentioned la recorded in tbe
olllco of tbu clerk of tho County Court.
Tlie Wheelli-g vein of coal under tbo bill
lurid, which m of tbo finest quality with the
rixht to mine thusame. and tbe opening, chute
nd entry thereto an tbe ?ame now are, will be
cold separately or with tbe surface ta may be
found most advantagcoui.
Tkkus ofhai.k:?one third of tho purchase
money and such further sum rs tbe putchaier
may elect in baud, the balance in equal iiutall*
men til at one and two year* from the day of sale,
the pnrclirbcr giving bond for tbe deferred installment*,
with approved security, ?aid bonds
to biiir interest from date, and the tillo to be
retained until tbe purchs>c money is paid io
full aud a conveyance direc ted b; tne court.
W. P. llUbrfAEU,
Fpccial CommlMioucr.
J. C. llB&ver, Auctioneer.
I hereby certify that toad and security bai
been given as required by law, by W. P. Hub?
b?rd, the apcci&l commiMioncr Ik the above en?
titled cause.
JOHN W. MITCHELL,
Clerk Circuit Ccurt Ohio County. 1
A MUL 22.1KH. at?ffl
GENERAL NOTICED.
tfJieeliog Title and Trust Co.,
NO. 1310 MARKET STREET.
Titles to Real ??1ato Examined and Guaranteed.
Stock*. Bonds and Betl h"sta<o Bought]
itud bold ou Commltuon.
dirkctou:
J. M. Brown, J. R. JTufihe?,
Henry I'aer, J. 8 Haylor,
H. K. Behrenf, C.J. Bawling,
Geo. M. Hannan, A. Bcymann,
J.A.Hum, 11. U. Buacll.
W. P. Hubbard,
U. M. BDS8BLL, President.
LOU 14 F. oriPEL.SecroUry.
Q. It. ?. GILCHlllur, Examiner of Title*.
*Pll
REMOVED.
REDMAN & CO.
Have removed their Machine Ehop to tho new
corrugated iron building on Ciiapllne itreet, between
beventeentb and Eighteenth atreett, and
are now ready fnr buMiiPM wt tne new flare. J>S
COCOA.
ORATEFU L?COMPORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
By a thorough knowledge of tho natural lawa
which govoru the operations o! digestion and
nuulilon, and by a cartful application of the
flno properties of wcllielccted Cocoa. Mr. Eppa
baa provided our breakfast tables with a dclicatcly
flavoured beverage which may save ua
many heavy doctor*' bills. It la by tho judlcioua
uac of auch articles of diet that a oonatitutioa
may bo gradually built up until strong onough
to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of stibtlo maladies arc lloatiujc around us ready
to attack wherever there Is a weak point. We
m?y escape many a fatal rhaft by keeping ourselves
well fortified with pure blood and a prop,
erly nourished frame."?"Civil (Service Gmeiie."
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Bold
only in half-pound tins, by Grocers labelled
thus: JAMBS KPP8& CO..
Homoeopathic Chemists, London, England
OT21-TTDAS
JEWELRY.
ATTENTION
Until May 1st onr storo will be open until
9 o'clock in the evening.
CHOICE NEW GOODS I
The latest in the New Yoik market,
suitable for
Wedding Presents I
OPESID DAILY.
I. G. DILLON &C0.
DRUGGISTS.
The 'Princess"
-HEADACHE POWDERS- i
Core In Ten Minnies.
For Bale bj Droggiiu. mrtO
PHOTOGRAPHY.
PHOTOGRAPHS
c
OUB SPICIALTY.?
Pii HfGQIN'8 GALLERY.
CHINA, OI<ASH & QCKEN8WAKI3.
ALL PAPEK
AXD ROOM MOULDISUS.
It ,?II1 p?y yon to nil end m? mj line before
roylng eUcwLcrc. j
B<21 JOHN FRIEOEL.
WANTED.
?sa^asi
CHANCE^N A MKKriMTTiTb
active lad Ira ?<l icMtanvn lo JJS?
very ]>lcv?nt and profluolt- biuiuru 57JS 1
idol".!/'*1"1'' Co'"?"WTlD isjlfW"
*Ml Htii
Bffi?, &5J5TSS
truit bJ thoauit ol Mlwhuwtu T..? .,'."
?U?ttS? "U1KI,LV ? few;
*r"n
WANTED-G EXERACHPECII?
and local ?Kfnts throu?hont ? ># r;.. V
BUte? to rraicaent iho American ^
ia?u ahuuuiuhi wi uawanic. w. Va/"Th? '
Auoclatlou b?lDg recently organized. ofvr?
better inducement* to agents thau olferuioelation*.
It* plan la ?imple. usliy phUJwj
aod understood. Addrtii. TiiK AMtKlr?v
MATlHlirY AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, vSh^r!inn,
w Vft- rati'
l*HOI*OSAl?S.
gEALED PROPOSALS
I Will be received until May 13. ISDl, at'?o'doA
n. m., lor tbe ercctlou ot a Bank BallJiu u
Bridgeport, Ohio.
plan* can be teen at the ofllre ot m, v
OIK^KY, Alfhlto.-t, Room 10. ttollly lCock.or
at the otllceol it. T. Howell. Bridgeport Ohlu.
Tho right la reicrved to rejm any or ail
I bid*. tnv,^
"TJROl'OSALS FOK ICE 1'lEllS is
Jt THK OHIO RIVHR. 11. a. K-toimi
o?ric?,oi*cms?Ti, *vrii o. iwi. a?Mm.
povnla. in dnplicate. lor furnishing rntrtui and
conatructlnx Ice Plowlu thfonio rim?t | dtu.
mouth, Kipley and Kerrs Hun. will be rtcUuJ
at thla oDlce until Yi m , ou Hiday. the ijui
dar of May, l&Ul. All liiforuiia*i<>u furuUhedon
application. T ho attention <f bidder* U lutlttd
to tho Actl Of OougreM, approved FrbrnuiSs
1885. and February 28. ite7. VN m. k. MKURill.
Liant Col, of Kntlneer*. apljici? <Mnyn i?
ROPOSALS FOK FUEL AND
WA81IIN0.# PwroJUcR Jcniltzvoui. No.
lljl ? '"MM ?1. !.- <
1891. 81*led propo??li. in triplicate. lublecti
the UttUl coudUion?, will be retired itih#
HccrultlPg HcDdeiYou*. at Hhrellnc ft v.
until 12o'clock noon, on the 11th day of W
1891 at which time and place they *n ^
opened In the preierce ot bidder*. lor furnUh.
it* ?npp le? and repderius ttnrlcM u lndt.
caicd lor tbe UcciuliitiK tcrTliv. rnl idsutw
Armr, whenever rt<insrul, withla the cltr
llmtU,during the final year ciulin* Jn,,,#}
1892, vU: FuruUbln* *ud dellveriu* fi:elit$
WA?bluc article of Uowntneut t.iuit,w,.
Preference will bo airen to aril lis of
production, or manufacture. comltt!oa> Pj (11ii
Ity ard price (Including in the j.riru 0! (oicira
production! u id w*tiuu< tun* the duty then*
on) bcinjt equal. Tbe Uofcrnrcei.t r.M.TTe? the
rlubt to reject any or all f tofom:-,. H'.uki and
lull lnfjrmttlua an to biu-Hn*. , t -. wl I he 1 jr.
ni?bed on application. Ku\eio|?ii oiiuioioe
prot?2?aU fhould be marked: Trupouii f0?
hicl, etc.." and add rowed to CAlT. uHKUjttY
BAltKKTT, leuth Inianity. U.o.
mvll 1M8-M H'j 10
3ST OTICE"
TO
GOITEAGTDES 4 BDiLDEIS
Th<k Tliil'illnff CninmH'ci* rmsiinto.1 I.* il.
Bunnl of Keren** of (he W?*t Virginia school
for tbe icaf and the Blind. lot and in Komcer
Hampshire county. composed of r. h. Hlil,
fcomnev; a. l. Pugn, Capon bridge, llsropthir*
county, and Johu T. fcerce Uurlluut ?. Miu.ni
couuty, will receive bids up to and incloitljt
Saturday tnorulug. M ty 23. lWi, to VI o'clock
noon, for tho erection of an alditlou to tb*
present building, 102 by 41 feet, three storks
blub, and make such changes in the
J resent biilldlujc tf. may be called In;
n tbo ?p?cltlc*t!oni, roplca of which will be
lUrolsbed ou or after May h, lh91, upon api<lialion
to C. U. Hill, chairman of the committee,
by any ono desiring to bid upon Mid won. a
plan of raid bulldiug will be ?hown br Mr. Mill
at the Mine tlinetoanv one who will call on
him at the Institution for tae tiurpon: oi turnibfng
tlie sime. mo specified time ho been
tixeo (or the completion of the w..rk, axi<1 ran
person desiring the contract wtlt ?j*rify the
time at which be can complete the work, not
later than November i, ikui . ami alio tame a
time at which he could llnlit) up all cxitpt the
inside work of the north ecd from tne Bala
dlniue room, aa shown in the pUu, to the ecJ
end ihc noma over the tame.
The lowest ami beat bidder will )<e awarded
the contract for dolUK the whole of this work,
but tbe committee reserve to tnctisilrti the
light to r^Jact any and all bid*.
umtraciora will be required, before the c>dtract
la finally awarder bj the committee, to
furnish a valid bond in tbe sum of tight thousand
dollars to protect tho Hoard of HwnUan-l
the titate aga(n?t any loss by failure ot tnc ??.otractor
to comply with bis rout rait uu Jer Ilea
lawi or any clalma whatever.
C. H. HIM .
A. L. 1'IIOK,
john t. pkrrcv
my9 Building Cnmrolttw
FOK SALE.
JJOR SALE.
50shares Wheeling Pottery stock.
4 hondu, tt (00 each, V>hedliij; fetal Work*.
10 sharea of Ino aud Storajro stock.
20 share* Hobbs Ula*< Mock.
10 shares Commercial Bank.
25 snarcH Jefferson Insurance stock.
Soutn Chtnllae street i-??.
THOMAS O'BPIK*,
Heal Kstate and Stock llrokcr. No. 1H7S Miia
wtr? ct T?lpphonp. 4.'U inyll
gTOOKS FOK SALE.
10 shares Junction Iron Com puny.
10 shares .Km* Iron A Mwl roinpanjr.
16 shares hlvcrsldc Iron Works.
10 shirts Kire a Marino Insurance Cuajanj.
15 shares Bella ire Nail Mill.
10 shares LaBelJc Nail Mill.
0 shares Street Hallway Company.
K. tf. IRWIN,
ay2 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth fetrect.
For sale?a farm containIN
A V8 acre? of laud, locatcd on Kifri
Run, Ohio county, W. \n There ii on the
place a ocod twontory frame lioi:.-e ind other
outbuild Idk*. A floe orchard ol ?i?i lc w<?.
a flratcJua country road lo the pur*. *co4
water and Rood fences For |?riicuiart inquire
of MR?. OKh'iRUDE KUIIN, on the p:aer. or
MR. LOUIS KUHN, OJO Main tlrttl Whirltng.
W. Va.
gteinway
PIANO FOR SALE.
Wc have a Btelnway Piano, roc.1 u new
which we offer at a bargain.
npir, f. w. 11au.mkr a co.
JP<OR SALE.
Good Building Stone.
Delivered any place In the city llmlti on .tort
noticc. For price luqulre at
WESTWOOD'd BRICK YARD.
axyfl Ktnl nt f
porbale.
LARGE LOT. corner Market en.! Twenty,
fourth atreota; dcairabli* formautif*;
SEVEN ACRES near Elm Grove; desirable ?i
pardeulng. ^ v H0(JK BKO.
defl zau Market .?tf?t._
gmall farm for sale.
Containing thirty-four acrta, rich foil,
improvements, flue orchard oi choice iruii?
pood dwelling houM? ard Rood Urn.
cloeetobt. CLalrtrlUe, J/tlmont ccuutj.OM
L'hnn ind ?i? tfrmi.
R. T. HOWF.LL,
Iu?ur*uce and Bti?l Kutote
dc4 HtlilgfiKirt.
FOR SALE.
Engine and Boiler,
ENGINE, 7x12 Inch Cylinder,
Slide Valve.
BOILER, 10 feot long, 28
Inches In diameter, with ona
men riue.
Call on or address
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