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I Katalio'a Loyal Friend^' jjld Her a j
I TearflilFareVefi.' 1
I e 1ST ROMNTIG HISTORY.
I Itc Cuutc of tile Truublo; with tho
I Klng-Hcr Great Jtcauty and Noble
I cimractcr Described?A Notable ExI
ploti-Sfiuimthy from Itunla.
I BcciiASiaT, ilay 21.?The exiled ex|
Qui n IfalaJie is on her way to Jaagy.
I .-violin tho was given a tearful fare*
I nll aul several women who had gather-.
I ?] around lier at tho dock.with the
i u.>* >1 nnds and hair.
(tsJc'IlU, KlSflcu Hi.
yci on -Natalie is tlio daughter of a
Buj-ian, Colouel Von Kechko, and
l-riuivsi Stourdxa, who possessed large
etaies in Uessarabia, and left to their
tlirt children great wealth. When
Salalio von Kechko married Prince
Milan, in 1S70, sho was only sixteen
uars old and endowed with great
[, enhanced by fascinating manI,,
r.- and a good heart?qualities which
v.cil' tuuch appreciated by her subjects
nlirtiehe became their Queen in 1882.
- iiit new luster to t/ie court at liclfraiie,
and by lier superior intelligence
.the lead in Servian politics. The
lirat taiiso of discord between King
M;(.in and his consort was of a strictly
;,rj\iiiv nature and had nothing to
,In with politics, although Queen AataIk.
never denied her predilection for
Jm-.-i.i, while lier husband leaned to?nna
Austria, liussia was not ioath (o
ia;,ke political capital out of the dis'
!
a'i:.-iona between iau ruyui tuu^ic, a.lu
ii.,i'iilv sided witli the Queen. The
i'mpeVur Alexander offered her Livadia
I ...:1c, iii the Crimea, us a residence,
! 11 mau-of-war at her disposal to
rcuiove thi'iico with the Grown l'rinco
.Ues.'.u'it:f, then eleven years old. 8pvrml
aiicinpts at reconciliation subseunentlv
tailed, and Queen Natalie still
fives separate from her husband.
Xmalie is described as an exceedingly
beautiful woman. Her figure, it is
claimed, rivals the marbles of antiquity, |
v.iiilu her face is illuminated by the
i! uiic ui sweet alfection undsuperior ini
iliceuee. Tall and graceful, modest,
anil yet with the bearing of a queen, she
ai the same time has the attractions of
a l. v. Iy ruling girl. Her broad forehead
is shaded with soft, silky waves of
dark hair, and her brown eyes beam'
villi kindness and interest upon all i
lrho approach her. ^
a xotai1i.e exploit.
The manner in which Queen Natalie
was aide to check and mysteriously
arrest the onward march of the victor
i m- Unitarian :irniy ou Belgrade in 1885
r,.vl- ulm?t like the Old Testament
(;.,rvui.luiTith and llolofernee. It wns
the ijuccu herself who liud egged on the
war which her coward husband was
moved to declare against Bulgaria. Russia,
coulidont o( the Servian success,
mi- naturally willing to see Prince Alexander
mae o'f the liattenburgs) destroyed.
Contrary, however, to everybodys
expectation the Bulgarians were Victorious
and the invading Servian^ wore in
fall retreat, when suddenly there rode
iututho camp of Alexander un'Austrian
oi high rank who verbally informed the
1'rin.i' that if he continued his march
on Belgrade an Austrian army would
enter that city at his heels. A hint
from such a source was enough. Accordingly
Prince Alexander bronchi his
victorious army to a halt and withdrew
from .Servian territory, creatine thereby
tiieiao.it intense surprise. The agent
who was able to effect thjftr was the
handsome Count Rudolph vOn'Khevenliuller,
Austrian Ambassador at BolItrnde,
with whom the fascinating Queen
was known to sustain the most intimate
relations.
rUOBT TO OKRJIAKY.
Xatalie lied to Germany, taking 'with
her the little Crown Prince. King Milan
demanded the surrender of tho boy, but
the Queen was obstinate. In July an
iillii'i'P nt t?.ii>l<w) Kv turontw rtn1i<>omnn.
entered Natalie's villa at Wiesbaden and
short lyufterward reappeared witliyoung
Prince Alexander, tno Crown Prince,
and a lady of honor of tho Queen's suite.
The two were bundled into a closed carriage
and driven to the railway station,
where the Prince was handed^ over to
tiie Chief of the Servian police, who
placed him in a train and in n lew miuiii''.-they
wero on their way to Belgrade.
When the Queen recoivea notice from
the police that she must part with her
fwi, tho telegraphed to King ftlilan, imploring
him to allow the boy to remain
another month. The King, however,
was incensed at the abrupt manner with j
which tho Queen had refused his pro- ]
for mediation, and telegrapned
wai-k to the Crown Prince's tutor that
| the boy must not remain a day longer.
Tho Queen had planned to flee tho boy,
and with this intention had ordered a
special train. She failed to state her
destination and tho authorities refused
to give her tho train.
Wt'st Virginia Pcnnloiu.
Sptei"f Diqntch to tin Intdligcnccr.
Wasuinotom, D. C., May 21.?West
Virginia pensions: Original?Joshua
I1, l'aulcy, John McJIorris, William A.
^'.'fart, Benjamin F. -Spencer, John
1 fi l'-. Henry .Stuck, Crawford E. Vest,
j' iy <i. Musgrave, Georgo Schwauen'' "-ir,
Willijun K. A nrpll (lannra
I ^ixon, 1 leury Brown, William i-Iawkins,
ic-TA' W. South worth, Aaron Schooler,
n't, William McMullen, William Colo.
Atldiiiouid?Noah Williams, Isaac II.
(mtlin, Auiaziah D. Field," George W.
Attains, Snowden S. Kinncv, Thomas
Jacobs. Increase?William A. South.
Original?Man' J., widow of Charles
McDonald.
l'?*tmn*ters Appointed.
Dirpntck to the InteUiffcncer.
Washington, D. C., May 21.?^Postwasters
appointed to-day: C. L. Shettlownrth,
vice J. E. Travis, resigned,
Amite, Marion county; H. 0. Swcarinsj'-ni
vice J. II. liarnoy, resigned, Red
Creek. Tucker county; It. Jackson, vice
^ K. Pride, resigned. Wateon, Marion
i county.
| ?
I The White Contempt Ca?e.
I DUpatch to the Intelligencer?
?'"vi:i.i>T<w, \V. V*., M?y 21.?The
I 1 mpt c no of Collector A. B. White
I in tho United States court win again
ten; o'clock tot
., A Vmuut? Mnil Act.
' (o u,e InttUlgtnctr.
^"^birao, w. va., May 21.-rMrs.
. ' , "rrv' ?' Spruce, Kitchio county,
10 commit suicide yoBterdayby
tn u'',0.x.0' matches in hot water
s'?!n^,nK 11,8 water. She
t:iv< lm<1 try "
hue" in iwy mir of
1 m M. (il'TM,iy> Rv?.
THE NEW PARTY.
Four Statei Comprised Two-third* of the
Convention?Small JUpreieaUUon from
Other Sections. /
Cincinnati, G., May 21.?The National
Union transacted it* business yesterday
in such a great hurry to attain its principal
object?the formation of a third
party?that there was little thought of
the principles involved. v
The Nationalists, however, met this
mnrnincr and ftftAr actum in Ef over tho
platform, prased a resolution heartily
endorsing the formation of the party)
and pledging their support.
An examination of the report of the
committee on credential* shows^Kansas
furnished nearly one-third of the whole
number of delegates. She, with Missouri,
Nebraska, Ohio and Indiana,
furnished 1,049 of'the 1,417 delegates.
Vermont, New Hampshire. New Jersey,
Mississippi and Georgia do not appear
at ail on the list, and ail the New England
eastern States combined, including
New York and Pennsyiyania, had
but twenty-eight delegates. In the
South, Louisiana had two, North Carolina
one, Texas twenty-six, South Carolina
one, and Tennessee six; a total ot
36 for the whole South.
This morning the new national executive
committee held its first meeting in
a little back parlor in a small hotol.
Robert Schilling, of Milwaukee, was
chosen secretary, and M. 0. Rankin, of
Terre Haute, Indiana, treasurer. The
meeting was presided over successfully
by Chairman Tauboneck, a big, unsophisticated-looking
farmer, who had
been in the Illinois Legislature.
It was resolved to authorizo the
chairman and secretary to issue a call
for voluntary contributions to be kept
standing in all reform papers.
It was also resolved that a national
executive committed be formed to consist
of the chairman, secretary, treasurer
and four members to bo elected by this
committee.
The four elected are George E. Washburn,
of Massachusetts; G. I\ Gaiterer,
of Alabama: Ignatius Donnelly,, of
Minnesota; J. K.Davis, of Texas. The
committee adjourned subject to the call
of the executive committee" It waS
further resolved that the three members
of the national committee of the People's
party in each State shall constitute a
state committee for such State, and it
shall bo their duty to appoint a subcommittee.
DISTINGUISHED CAPITALISTS.
Inspect the Fairmont Coke and Coal Fields.
Who They Are.
Special DUpatch to the Intelligencer.
Fairmont, W. Va., May 21.?There
has been quite a gathering of distinguished
people here to-day, among
whom were Senator Gorman, Governor
Jackson, of Maryland; Congressman
Compton, of Maryland; S. W. Col ton,
of Philadelphia; Chas. Mackall, of Baltimore;
Senator Camden and Governor
Fleming, of this State; Col. Henry Mc
Cormict, Lyman D. Gilbert, Spencer C.
Gilbert, Andrew McCreath, Jas. D.
Cameron and Col. Aldrioh, all of Harrisburg,
Fa.; M. Saxman, of Latrobe,
Pa.; Congressman Hill, of Pennsylvania,
John Wisler, the prominent iron
manufacturer of that State. They spent
the day in visiting the mines near town,
and at Montana taking carriages and
visiting the Barrackvillo and Pawpaw
coal fields, in which they are largely interested.
Those who hod never beon
hero were groatly surprised at the extent
and quality of the coal and coke
shipped from this point.
IMPORTANT PATENT CASE.
Bellulro Glass Companlos Sued for Infringement
by a Pittsburgh Firm.
Special Dispatch to On Intelligencer.
Columbus, Ohio, May 21.?The Dixon
Wood Company, (ft Pittsburgh, filed
two suits in equity in'tho United States
Court here to-day against the Bellaire
Window Glass Works and tho Bellaire
Crystal Window Glass Company. The
orator sets up that they are the owners
of the letters patent numbers 258 and
166 for certain improvements in annealing
furnaces for window glass manufactories.
The orator prays that the defendants
may be subpoened into court
to answer whether they have at any
time made or used annealing furnaces
constructed in whole or part upon the
principles described in their letters
patent; that a decree bo issued requiring
them to account for the profits thus
unlawfully derived and that they be
perpetually ignored and restrained
lroin further infringing on the rights
of the orators.
AUDITOR CRITE8' ANSWER
To tho Charge of Examining Senator Brice
Secretly or Fraudulently.
Special Dispatch to U? IntMaeneer.
I n?i?A Mqv 91 __And{fnr
WiiunsuD) vaivi ?? Mww.v.
Cites, of Allen county, through his attorney,
John A. McMahon, to-day filed
in the Supreme Court his answer to the
contempt proceedings for failing to
place all of Senator-elect Calvin Brico's
taxes upon the duplicate. In his answer
Auditor Crites declares thathe has
pursued the same course usually taken
by himself and hiB predecessor. He
denies that he did not proceed upon the
facts and evidence submitted by the tax
inquisitor or that Brice was examined
secfetly or fraudulently.
A Showing of Oil.
Special Dispatch to the IntdHgencer.
Wavkhlt, W. Va., May 21.-The well
that is drilling on the farm of Richard
Bawson, by Mr. Tenant, twoandonoj
half miles from this place, on Bull
creek, has struck a big passer, and got a
good show for oil, as the rig Is covered
over with oil. Mr. Tenant says that he
lias a good well in the shallow oil, but
that ho will go on down to the deep
sand, and if he does not got oil in the
:il k?.
UOOp sanci, uiuu iio wm jjuiujj ugi iiuui
tlic shallow sand.
ISoth llave Scored n Hundred.
Special Dispatch to the InteUigaiccr.
Colcjibvs, Ohio, May 21.?An aged
colored couple, each of whom was moro
than a century old, passed through tills*
city to-day. They were Ben Smith and
his wife, Slartha, the former 101 and the
latter 104 years of age. They were on
their way from Logan, Ohio, to Wells1
11T Vn
UUigj ??. 'W
The Democrat Won*
Special Ditpatch lo the Intelligencer.
Cuajilkstox, W. Va., May 10.?All returns
are in and give J. B. Whittington,
Democrat, for County Superintendent
of Schools, 36 majority.
A QUEER BUSINESS.
A Significant Act on the Fart of the Rall>
xrmj Conductor#' Order.
St. Louis, Hay 21.?It is n very significant
fact that whilo the order of railway
conductors decided to federate, the convention
took no step looking to the accomplishment
of that much talked of
question. So application has been
made and for that revon the action of
the convention might as well havo been
loft undone. Tho order, it is stated,
seeks to become members without making
application, so that if thev ?honld
at any time become dissntielied with
the federation they can withdraw and
ay the officers had 110 right to federate.
The officers decline to disenss tho matter.
The convention concluded its business
last night and adjourned to meet
in Toledo next year. .
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. '
n? Blocks of Lumber and Six Block* of,
Retldeacen Burned.'
Houston, Texas, May 21.?The fire
which started last evening in the
Phoenix lumber mill, swept fire blocks:
of lumber and six blocks of residences,
together with St. Patrick's Church.
The water supply was totally inadequate
and the Galveston department
was called upon. Altogether the loss
will reach $300,000. At 1:16 a. nj. the
fire was still burning, with the Galveston
fire department on tho scene. v
BELIiAJKE.
All Sorts of Local New* and Gossip from
the Glass City.
* Mayor Lynn, of St. Clalrsville, was
here yesterday on legal busiuess.
Mrs. Jnmes McGeo, of . Wheeling
Island, is the guest of relatives here.
Charles Ditman and Patrick Kagan
both paid fines yesterday for fighting.
The St Paul A. M. 12. church will hold
a festival in City Hall to-night and' tomorrow
night
Charles Ambler and Miss Liicihda
Coneway were married by Squire D. W.
Cooper at his ofiice Wednesday night
Glass novelties made hero for New
England points are coming back and being
introduced by drummers who visit
this city.
J. W. Oberman, of the Car Sen-ice
Association at this point, is still unable
to leave his room, having suffered a
slight relapse.
? J ? tr _ ir
J. x. iron ana juiss iunggie juvyvr,
of St. Clairsyllo, were married Wednesday
at tlio homo of tho bride's sister,
Mrs. F. M. Cowcn, at Flushing.
Mrs. J. N. Kleber and Mrs. Peter
Ferenbach, of Helena, Mont, are hero,
tho guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ueorge Thorn, for the first time in
two years.
Robert McClellan died at Wellsvillo
Wednesday night. Ho was well known
here, being a brother of Andrew McClelland
and Mrs. C. Capito. Thirty
years ago ho was yard master of tho olo
Central Ohio railway -at this point.
Soveringhis connection with that corporation
when it changed hands, he
went to tho C. & P. railroad, where he
has been continuously employed since,
about thirty years. Ho leaves a wife
and several children.
MARTIN'S FERRY.
Glns> Business Good?Fcrsonal Gossip.
Fishing Clubs, etc.
6. P. Harbourt, tho grocer, has a severe
attack of tho grip.
Miss Ella Jenkins, of Mt. Pleasant, is
fho minaf nf friends in ill ft nitv.
A. B. Gordon has returned home from
Freeport, where ho has been on business.
"Ted" Tillman, of the Northwood
Glass Works, is quite ill with typhoid
feyer.
For rent?Nicely furnished rooms jn
the Presbyterian parsonage. Location
unexcelled. '
The Martin's Forry Alumni Association
will meet in tlie High school room
this evening at 7 o'clock.
The graduating class, with their tehch:
ors, Mr. Bownocker and Miss "Sivirtz,
met hist night at tho homo of Superintendent
Mannix.
The lawn fete to be given at thoi residence
of J. T. Hancs this,' eveniiig'wfil,
if it should be n rainy diy, be held'in
Commercial hall.
The Amalgamation men of tho Etna
mill have selected Thomas Robins as one
of the committee to make arrangements
for the picnic at Beaver Falls.
The different fishing clubs are getting
ready for the summer campaign. Tho
Myrtle, of which "Poney" Tucev is captain,
leaves for Tiltonvillo next Monday.
Harry Northwood left on a business
trip for New York yesterday afternoon.
He will also meet his two brothers, who
sail next Saturday from Liverpool for
this country.
The Buckeye Glass Works is doing a
good business in flint goods, of which it
is making a specialty. Many mail
orders are coming in direct from the
trade. The gold bordered flint sodu
water tumblers are selling like hot
cakes. The line of lamps will bo tho
flnestand best ever mado here. The
"Boseblush" and "Congo" ware is selling
first rate. The decorating department
is very busy on lamps, shades and
other goods, and judging from the present
indications, it will be so the entire
season. _
BRIDGEPORT.
Railroad Officials In Town?Personal nnd
Other Local Items.
Dr. J. M. Todd is quite ill.
The Tonnis club has fixed np very
pretty grounds in Kirkwood.
William McHugh, who lias been so
very low with the grip, is able to be out
a little.
James Bates and wifo, of Baltimore,
am .viaitiniT Mrs. Bates's mother. Mrs.
Smith, in-Kirkwood.
Tho members of Brannen Post G. A.
R. will meet at their hall at 7:30 Friday
evening, to arrange for May 30.
John MeKirn, of tho Cleveland &
Pittsburgh railroad superintendent's
office, was in the city yesterday.
The case of A. Newman against tho
Newman Manufacturing Company will
come up for trial ti( St. Clairsville next
Thursday.
Oscar Townsend, general manager,
and F. M. Townsend, superintendent,
of tho Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling
railroad, wero in town yesterday.
A delegation of K. of P. members attended
tno opening of a lodge at Pleasant
Grove, 0., Wednesday evening. Tile
new lodge starts oil'with seventy members.
A. J. Baggs started yestordayforAnhville,
N. C., to bring hi& sou, Joseph
Baggs, home. Ho is in poor .health,
ami wont in Ashville in hrmes that a
change of climate would boneflt him.
Stated by H. B. Cochran, dhigpet,
Lancaster, Pa.: Have guaranteed over
300 bottles of Burdock Blood Hitter* tor
dyspepsia, sour stomach, bilious attacks,
liver and kidney trouble. diw
Don't fail to attend the lecture at
Fourth Street M. E. church May 2o,20,
28 and 29, by Leon H. Vincent.
The following statement from Mr. W.
B. Denny, a well kuown dairyman of
New Lexington, Ohio, will beofinterest
to persons troubled with rheumatism.
He says: "I have used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm for nearly two years, four
bottles in all, and tliero is notliing I
have ever used that gave me as much
reliof for rheumatism. We always keep
a bottle of it in the house.'!'. For. ask by
druggists^ iww
V ... 'A'Vii
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS. '
GEO. R.TAYLOR.
llfeOTV^HINSTRBETN. *?*
CO THBOUQH TO \
p g 11SO MRRKBT STREET. \ ^
i.nRYfrftons^
a Spring and Summer, g
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? IMMENSE ACCUMULATION g
8 Of Choice Novelties I n ~
z, ?0? u
Uh French and Scotch Suitings, Q
0 Grenadines, India Silks, m
|rT[ Lawns aiid Organdies, Ginghams,- ?
Printed de Chines, Parasols, Q
CO Sun Umbrellas, O
[jJ Centeneri Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Silk Mitts. ^
I s LACE CURTAINS, I
^ Drapery, Mulls and Silks, ?
Q ?o? n
V Especial attention is invited to our well selected 5jJ
stock of BLACK GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, AND
Q EMBROIDERED FLANNELS.
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CO SILK WARP HENRIETTAS g
2 A Specialty I W
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By constantly buying we keep pur stock I M
W \ good all the time. We aim to keep the best
i \ goods, never misrepresented. AH repre
i?i \ sentations equivalent to a guarantee.
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GEO. R. TAYLOR.
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H. EMSHEIMER-WRAP SALE SPECIAL
WRAP SALE!
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#4 oo Black and Colored Blazers . ? f ^85
$3 jo White Blazers 2 jo
$3 jo Marseilles Vests 75
^6 Jackets ...... 3 jo
$8 Reefers . 4 jo
$10 Reefers ..... . 6 jo
$16 Reefers . #1000
$18 Silk Wraps $12 00
$ij Silk Wraps jjij,900
2?o New Wrappers and Tea Gowns at Reduced Prices.
iooClothandCashmereChildren'sDressesathalfprice. _
2 j Boys' Marseilles Kilt Suits Cheap.
200 Derby Waists.
H. Emsheimer,
18 HND 2Q ELEVENTH STREET,
OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.,
91 and 92 Water Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Hannfactnre and Sell Every Article, Tool or Appliance Heeded at
ARTESIAN WELLS,
% /
Either for Gas, Oil, Water or Mineral Tests.
o
Boilers, Casings, Engines, Fittings,
Derricks, Pumps, Tubing, Cordage.
BRKSS HND IRON GOODS
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SUPPLIES FOR STEAK, GAS, PETBOLEDI OR WATER.
w CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. tm
REAL ESTATE.
FOB RB1TT.
1KQSSL
No. 1027 Markot street, 9 (X)
No. 1027 Market street, 6 roomi.M..M?M..MM. 15 00 * -*
No. 8627 Chupliuo atreet, 3 rooms....-*. _ 5 00 \:
No. 2241 Main street, 3 roomj,10 00 ; ''\
No. 99 Klichteenth atreet, store rooto.^-- 10 00 No.<2102
Mala street, store roonu. ?.,?&? 10 00
''>v' Hm9
FOR SKLB.
Sixteen lota In J. ami J. B. Baker additional,000
No. 65 and 87 Sixteenth itm't.................... ' I
No. 2631 and 2633 Cbapliuo street. ....... 8,MO
TWrtj-flre acroaitose and coal land, Buih Baa,
Ohio.
Serenty-ftvo acroa land. Short Creek..... $ 4JOO
Seventeen and one-half acre. land.one-half /,
mile weat lower point of Island.............. 3,000
Dcklmblorefldenco one mllo weal of Bridge- "
port, Ohio.
Three and one-half aorea of land neat Weat
1No'iVu South atreet, (the late HnbUid aaw
Dill.)
Thrtw and nnn.holf neffifi of land In T.lhnrtr
No! fcxi) ^Yeuel itrcct, graand 60 bjrflOOfootl UM
Three-roomod house. Mt Wood section,
ground GO by 160 feet*.-...?an
yo,Miad?ywi S8^rcffi~wo?K
stock at a bargain.
No. 23 Alloy 13, corner Alley B and Allay &
^Nos.JgS and 2021 Main rtrect
Eighteen acres of land one mile eart of SUm
Grove. Fronts about 600 feet on Rational ro44 '
jrlth four-roomed frame hoUao and 200 fruit treia?
Lot?6 !?y MO feet, Elm Grove... , $ 2ft
Nos. M and M Alley 19 ?lew -. ffl
Noe. 2904 and 2906Chaplinestroet.,..'- M00 .,
No. 1005 McColloeh street 2,800 >.
No. 8028 McColloch street...M.....M.M*M4>MMM 1,600
No. 2110 and 2112 Main street-... .^... ?
No. 20(M and 2006 Main street....... ?rd S
No. 2604 Markot streak... i 2,000
No. flO Ohio street....- ? 1800
No. 189 South Penn street $006 *
No. CO North Front street?ground CO by _ j
about 400 feet $800
No. 1034 Chaplin o street
Na23UKotfitrcet... ...y, ?600
No. 2606 Mala street...... MB
JAMES A. HETTFT?,
**?*
-J?30 'O'g
Real Estate for Sate.
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B
ka. AnwScralft ftfrAnk tslnnrt- ftk .'J
an'? 5^"a?rA<i tSp.r^re3r^^
feoti etna dwouingi o^theWwa^
Saildihg wis on the Vatfanal muL
RINEHART & TATUM,
ap9 1314 Market Street.
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STOCKHOLDERS* MEETINGS.
QLOBE BUILDING ASSOCIATION
Tho annual mooting of the stockholders ottbe
; Globo Building Association for Ao election df
Dlroctors and the transaction of any other bos?
Market struct, Friday evening, May 12, JB9L bo>
tweentho hours of 7 and8o'cloek.
my?y QEO. G. ILANNAN. SecrQtig*
^.-rnTTrvp.
*?
A meeting: ofrtho Etockhaldorrofibo AmcrtoaB
Maturity and Loan Association will be held oQ
Thursday, the 14th day of May next, ot 6 o'clook
p. m., at the office of said Association, the
Belli? Block, corner Market and Funrteenth
streets, in the city of Wheeling, for tho purpose
of organisation and tho election olia Board o!
Dlrectoni for the ensuing year.
J. 8. McCASKEY.
J.P.TAYLOR,'
t G.L.CRANMER,
FRANCIS McCARTIJT>
myl-r R, WARREN EDGETT.
I ' j
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
TjiXECUTOR'S SALE OF "VALtfS
XU RLE PROPERTY.
I will offer for salo at tho front door of ON
Court llouso of Ohio county, on
SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1B31,
ot 10 o'clock a. m., the half lot on which I* f!fc
uatcd house No. 87 Fifteenth street. ThohOosi
contains el?ht rooms, good cellar, hot and cold
water, both gases.
Terms?All the purcboso money in cash, e?
cent SI,800, which Is to be paid March 16,1894
with Interest from the day of sale in two Install*
raonts, payablo September 16, 1891, and thesdfr
oud when the note Is doe.
JAMES D. B0DL2Y,
Executor of tho will of James Rodley, docesaedk
W. H. Hit.t.kh, Auctioneer. apl8
The sale of real estate has been postponed until
SATURDAY, MAY 23, at same time and place.
JAMES D. BODLKY, Executor.
FOR RENT. i
FOR RENT-STORE ROOM. CO&
NEK Third and Main street*. Apply to &
110 DY, 1108 Main atroet. d e* .
JJIORKENT.
DESIRABLE UPSTAIR APARTMENT
/
of four rootds, centrally located, |20 per montlk
Both gofles and water. All on one floor. Adopted
to light housekeeping. Not suited for children.
Inquire at No. 1420 Main street. ap8>
BUSINESS CARD9.
JOHN OAKLEY SCO.,
Bankers and Brokers*
15 Sixth Street, Pittabnrgh.?
Stocks, Bonds,Grain ProYisions
BOUGHT asd SOLD for CASH ox AJIABOIK.
EZJJ
WHEELING TITLE & TRUST CO.,
No. 1315 majutbt Stuect.
Title* to Real Eitato Examined and Guaranteed. V
titocka, Bonds and Keal Estate Bought and
Sold on Commiarton.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Brown, J. E. Hughe#, Henry Boer,
J. a. Navlor, II. F. Bebreni, C. J. Kawlinf, .
Geo. G. Iinnnan, A. Keymann, J. A. lieu,
11. M. Auikcll, W. V. Hubbard.
TT If Dm?m . Du.Mnt
II. ill il'?U?Uk, '<VVX*S
Louis F. Stipel decretory, J 1ft
0. R. E. Qilcukut Examiner of Titles. >
DRUGGISTS.
THE "PRINCESS"
Boadaoho Fowdora.
CUBES I.V TEN MINUTES. - 1'
?for sale bv dbugouti.?
mtTQ
ARCHITECT. _ 1*4 i
Q HOMER WELLS,
ARCHITECT,
Room 17, RelUy Building, Wheeling, W. V*.
PRACTICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
oo2l ESTIMATES CAREFULLY MADE , -,1

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