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,ltut snil KvrnU of Intermit Cleaned
!mm Our Exchanges.
Cbrksburg is to have a now onora
JjflllSC. HI/ i)
"(j fl'. Crook's store at Alum Bridge
i;.'burned lint week. ]xjss"$l,600j no
p;:,.vo:i derricks and a tank Iioubo
i,i ,ivm down by tho storm at Belp
it fottirday.
enrollment of tlio Reform School
i *, >' 41, with other commitments,
,;;j, Ii will increase it to 47.
V Wittiiyf association has boon
fcrro-<i atl'airmont. Tho racing soa,?
nii!inaugurated July 4.
Hinti'ii boasts o( nioro musical talent
lisii m> >.?t towns in the State, and claims
to back herself against all comers.
T[K. liuarii of Public Works will this
I,-.ill its annual tour o"f the rail,
aj. of 'Jio stato for tlio purpose of
jamiitlng ilioni.
A (till brother of J^ontaka, the winKj
of tlif Suburban Handicap nt
fhtcjjflu'.i'l llivy Tuesday, is owned by
jj n. John T. AicGraw, of Grafton.
tlio v.'l:ciU harvest began earlier in
tie counties along tho, Ohio river than
tur known. In Wirt and Jnckson
i, antics tlio fnrtnors began cutting
over a week ago.
A Virginia carriage company, empi-ving
100 men, will locate in Fairmont,
the Fairmont improvement Com...
.. i,.,viusr civen tiiom a threo-ncre
jjie jiu'd subscribed a certain amount of
*t' ck.
li,,. W.'s!- II /.'<mocrul lias been sold by
Uulliiiuu l.ihvards to It II. Harrison
s; ! ]i. i.. ill.mil, who will hereafter eonijiii't
it. Tne lirst issue under (lie now
3iauaa--m^nt is 1111 to the high standard
J[,,n wliieli the bmoerat has hcrctoforo
Umi published.
Nicholascounty hod a large quantity
a valuable tiiulier destroyed by tho
hcjvv si.irui of lust week. It cut a
s??t!i through the forests 300 yards
wide and liiteen miles long, leveling the
luminrchfi of the forests to tho ground,
and destroying much valuable timber.
A laiyo wild-cat WUS kith*! by two
llttlnlmys ef Joseph MerU, of Loading
11, vfc. I'-nis county, recently. It had
i caught in a steel trap oil
Sud Fur's and, having escaped, found
its way to Crooked ltun, carrying tho
tnp.ithicli was found still fastened to
Itsfoot. /
W. II Oblomxis, of Athens, -0., was
aivnnlod tlio contract for constructing
tkefct'i'inl section insane asylum bulla;
ic? m fyencor, 2(H) feet long and :ic teot
hii|?. tlini- .-torien high, aud tho administration
building, li'i! (cot long, 52
id wiilo Mid lour stories high; Sis,753
lor 1. -ill.
Wliilc Joseph Cook, son of.Doputy
?fai-ritr Cook, oi Wood county, was rctnriiinjr
irom a church social with n
Juugliter u( Oeorgo AV. Barnett, a leadin;
citiwn, lie nttcinptod to outrage hor
I rvjii. Slie cried for help,! and hor
trital escort ran uivay. A warrant was
(or his arrest.
Tlx' mining town of Mouongnh, near
Fuinuout, is lo be incorporated. This
- : ::.h .1 of over 2UMJ inhabitants
nhii'ii lias grown up in the past two
V:.'- where, before ttiat timti, was a
.,!: hi less than a dozen houses,
lie building of the MnnongnhSia railt
?l. and consequent opening of tho
Jk.g:.2jh coal and coke business,
dil it.
Tiie (eutrulla Bjom Conipanyjvaa Inf
iratwiSaturday to construct a boom
ii. i lk rivi r, near the mouth ol Bear
Kim, Webtiur county. The principal
cuii-e will bo at Sutton. The capital is
with the privilege of increasing it
tuvu)00. J. ?S. Hyer, W. G. Hyer, \\\
K. Hayinond and K. S. Bland, of Suttva.
uiul C. P. Dorr, of Webster, are the
A itcDtlvinan near Hutton^villo gave
hi?umghlorastaud of bees. The recipient
of the gift erected Stand
winst liis hog-peri and thoinoxt day
the family visited a neighbor.7 On retcrniiiirat
niirht they found their hogs
slur,4 tu death and every thing else
crivon from the premises unci the
1' fling of the only yellow, hoiind left
cui:ld have been heard over in Virginia.
A i'restou county correspondent says:
1,.> (iib.-nn, returning from Uruceton
atcu e?'-!riiL'S iiL'ii. \vn? >m?tiNPil hv n
Innji* black hear. which walked into tho
r i ui front of him unci stopped. Gathering
up home rocks he threw a.t it, but
'1(kx1 its ground with th'6 utmost
nnnm-is, and hepeltod away at it aevtrul
times when it walked out of tho
[ ' l and Mr. Gibson pursued his way
homeward wry rapidly.
An midnight Friday night, Lee DilI'JUuiul
Alvx^ itoden, employed as iniju-ftaithu
West Fairmont, shaft, went
to the h(?mu of Hubert Thompson, who
Uvea on tho Wheeling pike, gained an
i'utruiice to his house, and used Thotnp*
up in a fearful manner. They each
took.u mono and beat the man over the
owd, and then shot him in ftftfjleft side
vitiut:;_Vulil?re revolver. The assail
",'T" arrested. llio trouble arose
oui oi & iliiliuulty abuut Thompson's
On Inst Friday afternoon JIIss Alplin
brcwnell, of ltipley Uin'dl'n^, \\\ Vn.,
shot anil killed herself with a 22-calibro
fcvolver. Mim Brownell wan iV' daughl'r
"I >i|iiiru i ieorge llrown, n well-to-do
Uriner and eitimm. The family was
' twoitiiinallii the highest circles
wnnetv and Minn Alpha was hiehlv
BtiuriU' d and intelligent. She died iii
It t'!'ri U"CI' the shot was lired.
- .4..i iuuiuius a mystery whotnor it
an ucculent or suiuide, but tho impression
ia that it wan an accident.
There is a cavo near Hendricks,
IV.rker county, one mile long, which
tas km only partially explored. An
arrhi'd channel, varying from six to
thirty foot in height," lends throughout
tin* entire cavern that has a subterranenn
stream ul imre water constantly tlowiny
through the main way and all the reJ':
- !??) far discovered. Half a mile
horn tin- entrance t'Uere U an openinj,'
jvlx.ro many snow-white pUlcra almost
Wind the eyes, and throughout tho cavo
ts fcscinatiugly beautilul. ?'Randolph
hirfrrp ri.i\ * 1
While Justice Hill, of Grant county,
hunting recently he stopped at
J??nt Uuiuphrey'B to rest and, while sitU'.iu
o. ' ? J -
mo MMUistiUU lU hoc a cut
f 'x- into the houso carrying'the bigger
}U J of u large fylack snake, which she
w-'i down upon the floor. Souiro Hill
[Mil die seomcd to Imvehad a hard battit!
with the snahe, as she waa about
P?ave<\ out when she caine into the
Mr. Bumprohy told ]him that
PfJJMthe third snake the cat hall
"1 and brought to tho lionse?all
wvc bla? k ones.
rite Clarksburg Km* reporta the
1 ' "'VHig amusing incident: Kd. rich*
J- the popular Baltimore & Ohio conJuii-ir,
carried us passengers on his
?" 'last Tluirgdav thirty pU^lla of the
|v ji atul Dumb School at* ltomney, who
Ingoing home to spend their vacaj;.1''
and expected to take the Ohio
]4ver railroad nt Parkersburg. Kd
Uloimnhn.i * "* - -
I:,!,. ,r . ?a<U? of ?10 roail, "I
on bour.1, nlsasolio
R, 10 riH:Hiv? ?? ?? ' tii? .n?.
mota. t mules Instead of
tatirovl i 'Wuoattla can of tiio most
iu 'i i'.:l'nif? WOrre nw,iti?K M"
Pulled Into I'trkeraburg. Tho
joke wan on E<1, lmt lie imraodlntoly
went down town to got the sympathy
ol his old friend Bill l-'lanagiw, and the
sympathy was not withheld.
Tho Elizabeth Timet says: Tho oil
business about here 1b getting pretty
lmdly mixed up. H. W. Christie, of
Butler, l'a., procured all the leases about
here that lie could something over it
year ago, and gave Jlorideth & BotorofT,
woll contractors of Pennsylvania, tho
contract (or drilling a well on the poor
farm. The well wits commenced about
n year ago and drilled to a depth of
1,800 feet when tho contractors made nn
assignment. The hands who did tho
work attached tho tools to secure their
pay, but when sold they only brought
enough to pay the costs and the uiun
who did the' work got nothing. The
tools were sold last winter and Mrs. MoCall
bought thorn. ?he sent a inan hero
last week to get tho tools and they wero
attached again. A number uf Christie's
leases have expired, including the one
on tho poor farm, and W. I. Jackson, of
Samples, Pa., a partner with Mrs. MeCall,
iu here and has, so wo havo been
informed, gotten n lease on tho poor
farm with the understanding that he
begins tho work of completing the well
within ,10 days. Christio was advised
by tolcgram of what was going on and
' ho sent a man here at once to look after
his interest
All Sorts of Local Nous und Ooiulp from
tlio Clans City.
Charles Apple lias roceivoa a patent
on a potato musher.
Several Eellalro atone masons are
busy at work In Wheeling.
A day or two moro will fin Mi tho
Fourth ward street paving,
William McCoy, of tho firm of DuBois
& McCoy, is at Chicago on business.
Wilbur Snlvoly, of tho O'Hara Gloss
Company, Pittsburgh, is hore for his
Mrs. J. F. Hart and son, Harry, leave
this week for Emporia, Xus., to spend
the summer.
The colored I. 0. 0. F. hold a two
nights' entertainment at tho City Hall,
closing Sat urday night. Tho affair was
very enjoyable.
Wednesday night the St. John's
School commencement will take place
at the Elyelan. Knough tickets liuvc
already been sold to pack tho house.
the Standard Iioilorand Bridge Works
at lust started at one o'clock Saturday,
and the machmory worked like a chitrm
They will start this morning full
Some Dollivlro sharpers tried to rope
iu a seedy looking stranger Saturday,
but could not. Tuo .stranger pot several
drinks on tlifcuij-laugned in tlieir
faces and departed.
The last meeting ol tho Chautauqua
Circle will take place at tho home ol
Sir. und Mrs. \V. A. Wise, on Gravel
Hill, Friday night. Tho circle will resume
in the fall again.
At the South Bclli|lre M. E. Church
yesterday ^evening, a finely gotten up
programme was rendered, called "Tho
t'cacl Uuthcrcrs," ull tho young people
interested doing their best.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haas celebrated
their silver wedding Saturday night, A
goodly crowd of friends and relatives
was present, and all spent a very enjoyablo
evening.' Many, presents' of all
kinds were received.
A change of men frim tho river division
of tho C. <&. P. Hnilroad to the main
lino takes effect to-riav. One man,
Charles Sliillito, has been at work constantly
since March 17, 1861, or thirty
years, ou tho C. A P. Railroad river
A Belgian who cannot talk English,
but who con speak French very fluentlv,
has explained through several Frencfi
mon here tho feasibility ol ranking gpi I
from colli, as thoy do in Englnnd, to fto
used in window tflusn making. The old
Enterprise Window . Glass Works is
tliougiit to bo the place for ntrinl of this
gas. It is thought very fnvornblo of by
tho manufacturers hero.
Tho following uro tho officers and directors
3f the new Bollaire Board of
Trade: President, W. C. Bereundthal;
First Vice President, J. E. Blackburn;
Second Vice President, J. E. Cloments;
Secretary, S. 0. Cummins; Treasurer,
.lames T. Kclley; Dlretors: A. Klotz,
I. L. Fawcott, George Walters, Jacob
Reitz, J. W. Harvoy, John Parks, William
Crill, C. W. Dickens and J. W. Conlson.
A supplementary board of throe
has also been provided, composed of
W. C. Burgiindthal, J. T. Kelloy and A.
Klotz. These tlireo were already apnnintcd.
To-morrow niirht another
meeting Is la be held, when the orxunimtien
will be perfected, und other steps
will bo taken to devise ways und mentis
to advance the material interests of
Rullfflous Borvlctt* for Old Pooplo-Sluknoi???Funoruln?Por?onal
and General.
Sirs. Sarah Lewis, of Ninth stroet, has
typhoid fever.
Thomas Kerr is homo from the Ohio
State University.
City .Solicitor Frank It. Sodgwlck is
vldHtw liivi wife In Pimnsvlvanin.
liev. Willinm Lewis, of the Welsh
Congregational Church, is attending
Daniel Gilmoro preached in the A.
JI. K. Church yostorday in the absence
of the pastor.
The remains of John Dugan, the coal
miner killed at Mayifsrd oti Saturday,
were interred at Mb Pleasant yesterday.
Mrs. William Joy and Mrs. William
Sanders, of tho Garden Spot, and -Mrs.
Sarah Lewis,' of Nhlth street, are qulto
" sick.
Joshua Steelo and Thomas Murdatifch,
two aged and well-known gontlomen
1 residing near Mt. Pleasant, are both
Tho attendance at tlio convention of
the Christina Endeavor Hooicty next
Wednesday and Thursday promises to
be large.
The foot raco between Edward McAunincli
and Robert Edwards, for a pnrso
of $10, on Saturday, was tvou by tho
latter with ease.
Mart llnchle, tlio oighteon-year-olil
son of M rs. Craaior, was fitted and
costs on Saturday for atoaiin;;' two
watches from'two Iluns.
Mrs. Emma, wife of Charles Myers, a
well-known iron worker, died On .-utiird.iy
at the family reaidenco on Moaroo
street, aged 80 years. Iler arm was amputated
u short time ngo, blood poisoning
setting in nnd causing her death.
She leaves ten children. The funeral
ycoterduy afternoon was largely at
Yesterday morning l:t tho M. K.
Church, Kov. I. S. Winters, tlio tKistor,
preached n rormonfor tho special benefit
?f old people. TUb"o xr!i}) nre aped
and inlirin were convoyed to tlio church
in cabs. A large number of persons
wore present who were upwards of
oljthty yoars of ap?.. .
The funeral of Charles Itmistt, tlio
victim of the explosion at tho blast fctrnaee,
took' plnco yesterday afternoon
from tho residence of Androw Klrtz,
corner First and North streets, uud was
largely attended. Wheeling, Onward
ana Uolmont City lodges of Odd Fellows
and the iron workers attended in a
body. Tho remuins were buried in
Itivcrviefr cemetery.
The court ha* allowed an injunction
restraining the PonnBylvanla/Conrpany,
from crossing any of tho .street* in
Martin's Ferry with n side track or in
any way interfering therewith until the
iln'al hearing of tho case.
Tlio Fncmcra Ilnvlng Thcilr ltyM Qiinnod*
Tlio Alllnnce Worked by tfoSlliclau#,
Oorretjtotultiiecof the InUltti/mecr.
Astoii, AV. Vi., Jimo 20.?Pcoplp in
this section aro truly glad of the nomination
of Major McKinlcy for Governor
of tho great State of Ohio, bcwioso thoy.
know ho deserves it and, can botelected
by ono of the old-fashioned mlijorities;
There is no longer tho cry of "hard
times" in tills soction. Cittle are bringing
fair prices und sheep arc oxtrewelv
high. 1 can safely say the farmers Will
iuttl:o more money than thoy have for
the last ten years. Everything, la going
with a rush. People aro fUiauinjO up
their farina, which is a sure indication
of prosperity. I have been over tho
greater part of Earbonr county and find
tho same result as in this section. There
is a cause for all this return of prosperity.
Tho Democratic "bosses" aro tolling
tho peoplo that thero is: an. iipdcrf
standing among the rich HopubTicans
toboomcattlo in order that thoy may
get tho farmers' votes in 189/. Goil
bless their noor innocent souls, this In,
and has always been, the result under
froo and unmolested form of tho iiepubllean
party. What kind nlbitWoranah
is it they want to eugago iiiin order
to keep up appearances? They
huvo had thestumugcomplek'ly|knockod
out of thorn by tho workings of the
McKinley bill. I saw a .Democrat cull
tho other day at Polingi & Bilworth's
store, at Astor, and prion tinwrtro. After
going through the ware, he said;
"Some one has hod."
I Tho DUworth boys aro llcpubljcans
and ho accused them of quoting low in
order to have some fun, but they
promptly handed out their bills. He
had to "less up," but, Lord, hu liat?l.to
do It. The people aro buying every*
thing cheaper than for years, and why
is it ? because of the fairness of the McICinloy
Somo of the ofllcc-Beekere in this
county (Barbour) afterb?iugcompletely
compelled to swallow all thov had said
_t 1 a_ mi
uuuui me iuuxvuiifv uiii, iinj'Hww
to work the Farmers' Alliance for;all it
is worth to accomplish their ends.
They may hoodwink the Democrats in
the order, but they will ho compelled to
get up before daylight iu order to fool
the Republicans."
It was quite amusing to seethe, eelltpr
of the Harbour Jfffermnlant iinmlci; to
get in the Farmers' Alliance (ho bolng
n lawyer and State Senator), to claim
his paper to be strictly rin agricultural
paper. .If this in anew departure in
agriculture, God held the now scionco.
Of course, wo all understand the
movement. You can see tho hand of
our ex-circuit clerk in all of this .Teflorsoninn
simplicity. I bellovo tho Farmers'
Allianco is a good order, or, porhaps,
was it good thing for tho farmers,
but to seo.the way it is drilling at this
time is a caution. Now, in tholanguago
of our lecturer, "you have not got any
hay seed in your hair."
the Democrats are fearfully inad bocauso
the Alliance would net support
their candldato for County Superintendent.
Thoy just mot tflgotnur and
pulled one unotlior's hair, diil not want
tho County Court to issue a certificate
t/i young Mr. Lough. Well, our County
Court jdid not belong to the Alliance,
mid Ans Williamson wanted to adjourn
court because he was Sheriff and belonged
to the Allianco. 'iAl$rtbqj,jdb
say 'that sonic of thein aro swearing
about it yet. Let us rise and sing.
Farmers' Alliance.
New Furniture Factory?Knlgliti of Pythiun
Hull?1Term Attn as h'Bffftttf/or'Ifctf.
Sprcial Corrttpondencf of thn TntHltgcntcr.'
Terka Alta, W. Va., Juno 21>tA I3al
tlmore company has purchased. a eito
for a furaituro factory on Railroad
street, opposite tho Baltimore & Ohio
depot, ana have be#un the crection of
commodious buildings thereon. Tho
compawv expects to manufacture all
kinds of furniture, and to increase their
plant as the business increases. Twenty
: Ill tl..*
JJiuu nm uu vmiji?u,?ch an wiv duuv, m?|
a larger number when the business jjets
well under way.
Tho order of Knights of Pythias have
begun tho erection of a three-story
building, 42x(l3 feet, to be used ior business
stands, town hall and loilgo ropui.
Tho work will bo pushed rapidly, and
it is oxpected that the building will bo
ready for occupancy by winter. Tho
structure will cost about S5.000.
Mr. J. 1'. A. Under, of l'icdmont,
whose popular hotel, tho Sims llouso,
was burned to the ground sonictimo in
March, is negotiating for,the .purchase
of the Summit House. U Mr. Under
socures this hotel ho will thoroughly
renovate it and tit it up specially for tho
accommodation of transient guests mul
summer visitors. The need of suitable
hotel accommodations at Term Alia
lor ptTBUUS ?uu uuairc tu njjviiu iiiu
heated term in the mounU}j)s, hns.l?i?
boon manifest. The citizens of Terra
Alta aro very anxious to hnvo Mr.
Kntler locato here, and will offer hiin
liberal indiiq6t3enta in do so. Last season
mora than 100 persons were turned
away simply because hotel accommodation's
woru inadequate. ....
Terra Alta has all the riaturrd fidvnntages
of a mountain summer resort. No
liav fever, no malaria, 110 mosquitoes,
pure water, pure air, mineral springs,
beautiful scenery and the most delightful
cllmato in West Virginia.
Ci.iimt.I) from Canada PirsMtrian,
under signature of C. Mackett lioUinBon,
proprietor: I was cured of oit-rccurrlng
bilious lieadachvs by Burdock
Blood Hitters. . ' n.tw
Aroumlflront Prop RlurH P?J!*h.which iMboa
Mra'a boot* n vroek? ?nd un Woman'* a month.
25 Dollars worth of Htw Furnilurt tor
25 Owito. HOWt Bf palniln]
25 "l^oro feet of Old Ftirittitifh'&iili
^IK^ON '
ff &t"ri.TitiT,:s:.W r*inr.
Just Opened,
* : ' r ; >ki i .j ,-.<r
Ladies' Silk Waists,
if ,OOOfl jlIJ v
Ladies' Pennant Waists,
Ladies' Negligee Shirts,
Ladies'.Derby Waists, '
White Hem. S. India Lawns,
Dpin+nrl I inon f QUinc
Organdies, Lawn, Pongees,
Zephyr Ginghams,,&cy
Silk Mitts and Gloves,
I i'ain - ... - r .
,lio otr. N f - :
Wednesday, July 15111. i
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mil aiflt ni ifirriY ?
Intelligencer Job Printing Office.
- : iu", ol jnii" I.".-'
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of 'tho^Job '' ' '
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In tho variety of
Uio printing of work required
of, and performed by,
it. The parlor and the dravrlng
room of Bociotjr have demmias to
make upon It as woll hs the counting 1
room of tho bunlnesi house. It 1* used a>
nn Important adjunct by tho theatre, tbebnll1
room, tno afternoon tea; Is ludiapcnfrtbluto tho
everyday buMneaa mau, and cannot he qschouTd by . .
ovon tho Church orBtato. Indeed, tbeqj'is *not a'profession
nor a line of trade to which tho Job Prlntlug Oflico docs
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The ten-roomed brick dwell log at No. 141$
Chapllno street. Very control locution. Will be
sold for a very close figure.
Beautiful building lota ott South Front street,
North Front itrcet and Pleasant Volley.
a-, o. shveitib:,
Jell) BEAI, ESTATE AGENT. 12? MarltOI 8t
. Four lots on Sontb Pcnn street....:. WOLota
In licMvchcn, newly laid out, etwap at
8120 to 8275.
Lou In Zono'i Orchard and 01<L Fair Grouad
EIz roomed house. 23.VJ Wood street, 52,200
House In splendid condi tldn ou southeast corner
Chnpllnc and Twentieth streets
Blx roomed brick houso on Chapltno street, botwecn
Twenty-ilfth and Twenty-sixth streets.
loomed brick house. 2020 Jnoob street, cS.QOO.
Ten roomed houso at a lurg&ki on North
Mulu street.
Five roomed house, 2315 Eoff street, 92.900.
TTmir mom ltd hnuftft. lOo Klirht?anth street
8i7ooo." "*
Four roomed hon*o, 2SC3 Wood-itreot. WW,
SIxrodmed bouse, ground 100 foot front, on
McColloch street. between Thirty-first and
Tbirty-soeond streets, $3,?0Q.r
Nino roomed brick house, 2351 Markot street,
Throo roomed bouso, 2410 Wood street, $1,050.
Good buslnces bouso on Chapllne streot, Contra
Wheeling. ' <
llulf lot on North Main str{ot> 83 by 182 feet;
""ilalf'lot on Eoffstreet, aoiith of Twenty-eighth
street. 11,000. -?
Half lot on Mowton street, south of Twentyseventh
street, 8650. j
Slxtoen low on tbo north sldoof Twonty-thlrtl
ptreet, In tbo new addition of Filan & Wbyte,
just laid out.
FOR RENT?Store rdom on tho corner o{ Sixteenth
And Jacob .Btreets. with good cellar to
(same. Tureo rooms on Moyston street, Sixth
ward, 16 CO per month.
1739 Markot Street. Jol8'
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No. 2231 Main street ,..^....^....^.420 00
No. 8031 Woods street M.~.....? 10 00
No. 1027 Market streot. 0 rooms...- - IS Oft
Ko. 2151 Main streot, store room....... {.J 10.00
No. 2102 Main street. store room.. 10 00
No'W Eighteenth street, store rooiu....??. 10 (X)
Three-roomed house, National road; 57GQ.
rouble frame house on Bultimore street
Desirable now residence on South Front street.
101 acres land. Urceley county, Kansas, *800.
Sixteen lot.s in J. and J. It. Jiaker addition.
No. 86 and 87 Sixteen th street. k
No. 2631 and 2633 Cbopline strtfoa
Thlxty-tl vo acres stone and cool land, Rush Run,
Soventy-flTO acre* land. Short Creole. .
Seventeen and one-half nerC3 land, one-half
mile westlowerpolnt of Island. *
Dehlrnblu residence one mllo west of Bridge-,
^ireo'ond one-half atfre# of land near Wost
L1No.rtl&7 South ?trect, (tho lato llabb(i?d.ttjr
^Thrca and one-half acres of land In Llbofty
No. 4800 Wetxel street, ground 50 by 800/ect.
No. 2JW1 and Wood street.
Twenty one fiharea Rlveraldp Qhui ttorka
stock at a bargain. . . .
No. 22 Alley N, corner Alloy D and Alloy &
Price, JC5fl.
No?. 2010 and 2021 Main street. . ^
Kightoen acres of land ono .mllo east of Elm
Grove. Fronts abont 800 feet on National road,
with four-Dootacdfruinohouso and 200 fruit treoi
Price, 81.800. _ ?
Lot 70 by 180 feet. Elm Grovo.
V/ta M nti.1 ,ri/l AllltV 1(1. ?-*'
Nos! 2901*and 2906"6'hapllno streot
No. 1005 McColloch streot.
NO. 8028 McColloch street.
No. 2110 and 2112 Main street
No. 2001 and 2000 Main street.
No. 2C01 Market street.
No. DO Ohio street.
No. 189 South Penh stroot
No. CO North Front stroot-ffround CO by about
400 feet
No.23llEoirstreet ? *
, No. 2006 Malu street
Real Eetato Agent, U. 6. Claim Attorney. Export
. .Intension Claims.
J?8 1612 Market Street.
Real Estate (or Sale.
??? ?f?Bulldlni?
lots on w<?t ride of North "Huron
street, Island, at 820 per foot front.
A fine dwelling; property .on tho west sldo of
Market streot, north of Ninth street
Lot 100x100 feet, southwest Corner McColloch
and Thlrtioth streots, with four dwelling houses.
No. 2&14 Jacob street, tlvreo-roomod cottty;o,
lot 18x100 feet, for 81,000. \100x350
feet in FleAsant Valley, on tho National
'road, for $1,600, on easy terms. ].
Tho business buiuiMfr, ^o. iosi worn mroe*
now occupied by J. W. Hunter & Co.'u ?yioo
Tho Pryor plnco on National 'road, near Elm
Grove, consisting of about iwonty acros, with
brick dwelling.
' Lot 83x180 foot on tlitj cast side of North Front
street, Island, 31,500.
No. 40 Virginia struct,.Island, 8 rooms aud bath
No. 1221 EofT street, opposite tho Cathedral
No. lOi Fifteen th street, f? rooms. !
No. 1MWJ Fourteenth streot, flvo rooms, ajtki
and laundry.
Lot 30x120 north sido of Fourteenth street
Lot 80x120 feet North Huron Ktroet; Island.
Nos. 2117 and 2119 Main street, lot 41x120 far
op3 13V4 Market Street.
Etoaaaone jrowcterai
-^-FOR SALE DY Drugoots.?
npi! H10GIX*fl GALLERY.
Room 17, Rclll)- IStltMlllB. 'Vlicollng, W. Vs.
Fresh Blue Print Paper
At Art Storo, 12?i Market Street.
tnvl'J E. L. NICOLL.
y\m: iyokkm, i?o; Eoffttrfft,
Telephone 147. W. D. ALLISON. <

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