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Undo by One of New York'e Four Hundred Against fflL CHARLES fl. SCH1EFFEL1N, Woollier Member of Now York'* Aristocracy?He Used Mrs. Waldo's Cosh In Speculations with Disastrous Remits? Tlio Stories Ho Told Her to brcurfl Hor Money?She Now Sues lllm 10 Ilccover It. New York, July 15.?A law salt boa been begun by Mrs. Gertrude Khinolunder Waldo, a daughter of tbo artistocntic lihinelander family, against Charles 11. Schieffelin, a Now Yorkor, whoselineage has never been questioned mil whose membership in many swell dabs would ordinarily be considered as 1 iiifficifcut guarantee of bis position. The charge which Mrs. Waldo makes Igainjt Mr. .SchiolTelln savors of what in otiicr circles would be characteriied a the misappropriation of certain moneys intrusted by her to bis charge. .Mrs. (icrtrudo Khinolander Waldo has been a widow for some years, and is reputed to bo a very pretty woman, to whom widow's weeds are by no means unbecoming. Mr. Charles H. Schiefltdin is said to have paid devoted court to her while die nas yet a Miss Bbinelandcr. Why he was unsuccessful in his suit docs not appear. The present strained relations which exist between the fair widow and Mr. Schielfclin, and which are likely to refill: iun lawsuit which will attract great attention ia the tcau monde, are said to have begun after tho lady in the ease bfcrnne a widow and found herself the mistress of a considerable fortune. HEQ STATEMENT. Mrs. Waldo's action against Mr. * ? -' Schieflelin mvoivoa a ciaim ui ovur ? !*,000, cad there ia in the possession of her attorney, Mr. John W. Goff, tho following specific complaint made by L "l'kaew Mr. Schieflelin during my Kirlv youth, but had not seen hfm for cun'v years up to tho time of my huebainl'o death. "When I met him again I nnderstood from what he Baid that he had been unfortunately married and had been dirorml After having mado this statemeat lie nsked me for a loan of a conli.iorable amount, sayine ho needed the money to jmy for his children's board. "Ipavehim tho money ho asked for, ?n<l a short time afterward he sugges.. I a ?l.nt T n/.iild mnlrn mnnflv hv investing my capital in stock through lii' a^ncy. hi order to give me confidence in nim ho told uio that lie was a member of several leading New York dubs ami that he was a colonel in a regiment of the State militia. He also uid that he had been a Senator. INVESTED IN STOCKS. "Using his alleged connection as an irmmu-nt, he persuaded me to invest cvrinin of m.v moneys in various stocks, telling me that my investments must be successful, as Home of tho biggest tieti ol his acquaintance had indulged iu .-imilur speculations." "When ho llrat approached mo I told him that 1 needed tue money to use on aKnropcan tour, but Anally on XovemUtII 1 gave him $2,000 to invest for tie in lirie railroad stock. "Shortly after this he came to mo and toll mo that the Investment had been very fortunate, and I gave him $3,000 to invest in tho same stock with the express umlentnnding that the stock was to be in mv name. "Later on when I saw Colonel Schlefftliu lie told me that it did not look well for a wotiinn to bo dabbling in stocks, mil 1 was informed by him that he had made my last investments through a consiii of his. He said that ho had dune this with the proviso that the stock should be transferred back to mo at once. WANTED MORE HONEY. "After these business transactions, from which I reveived no tangible rerotnni, C'ol. Schietfelin enmo to me from tunc to time asking for more uionov, with which ho proposed to mnke further stock speculations. At one time I gave nun two cheeks, aggregating $1,000, Midi 1 was about to indorse 'for doposit,' when lie made cortuin objections ivu nit* 10 uurii tnem over w nim in fltich shape that lie could handle them w ne saw tit." Mrs. Waldo's complaint further sets forth that Mr. Schieftelin on various occasions came to her and made different representations by which she was persuaded to intrust further moneys to his care, although whenever ho wo* asked to submit toher papers which would now what he had done with tho money lie al ways regarded her with a reproachlul air aud refused to comply with her *queat. demanded restitution. Finally, according to the complaint, things came to such a pass that she tilfrlltnflfwl nvnf.xi.w~ 1 - .1 ___ ?. * e uuu ui'uiimuHl roimution of tiiu money intrusted to Mr. i iu /i'' caro- '^'10 demand, sho lurtncr alleges, was mot by the defond at by im oiler of iTW in cash and a aom'ier ol life Insurance policies. aggroPjmgnbont $14,000. Tin- offer was. however, refusod, and ? ?irf afterward discovered that the preJ' }?!011 'ho policies had not been paid , ,at, "W Were not worth tho paper tl'ey were written, tie .defendant's answer to Mrs. iM.i.1 " 00 P|fllntiP concise and limply forth that he received tho monev in qnwtion, but assorts that Mrs. Wildo 6?>c u to him for speculative purposes, awl that the aforesaid speculation ro ulteU disastrously. CHIM1NIL ACTION FOSStBLS. Whether any criminal action will folio* the civil suit, tho papers in which w already drawn by Mrs. Waldo's attorney, will depend on the outcome of that suit. Mr. John TV. GofT, who represents Mrs. Waldo, would say nothing further Jfi reprd to tho case, and Miller, Peckham ,t Dixon, who represent Mr. Schlef: nun, *cre not to be found at their office jatenluv afternoon. Mr. Schii'Deiin is said to have been ?>c hero of a very sensational divorce ,uu ?mio years ago, hi* wife having se?"wl a divorce from him by gaining a [Midenco in Newport and alleging in her action cruel treatment nnil a ml?. Mr! TO !jrt,unehr*,&?! ho?band is also fold to ltd in i c/ circumstances which to H'|iorla ot suicido. ro'thnJ'^ 'B no roysl Pond to learning, The fir nC m"8'cal cnre f?r disoaae. Sin,?."-n !10T,0T<",i of taking Avor'a a? ^^"^fth.blood disorders comes B??kn^8 " Can 1,0 ox pec tod of any %??$? ThU"d0^ HORRIBLK DEATH Of an In?ane Man While Trying to Esoopo From the AjjIuui. Special DUpaieh to Uu InUlligrnetT. Weiton, W Va., July 16.?A mm naraoil Abraham Harris, who was brought to to the asylum from Wood county about three weeks ago, met death in a most frightful manner at tho ho*pital for the insane, last night He tried to escape by tying sheets together, making a rope by which to lower himself to the ground from the fourth floor, lie broke the iron bars from tho window, affixed bis rope to the water pipe in the building, and began his .descent One of the knots pulled through, letting him tail to the ground, a distance 01 loriyfive foot. His necfc was broken, and ho never moved after he struck the ground, lie lcaroa a family of eight children. BLAINE'S HEALTH. It is Excellent Donplto the Effort! of Democrats to Kill 111m on Paper. Boston, July 15.?A reporter of the Boston Travdltr secured an interview with Mr. Blaine at Bar Harbor yesterday, and his report published this evening bears out previous statements to the effect that tho Secretary of State has simply been suffering from over-work and nervous trouble, and thut he is rapidly recovering. The report says his face snows no traces of disease, but boars the pleasant, sunny expression of a man m the vigor of good health. His eye was clear and bright, and hit grip cordial and without tremor, l'hero was no evidoncc on which to hang a suspicion that Mr. Blaine had any organic disease, and ho found the statesman looking much better than he has appeared in Boston for several years. lie eats everything he desires, barring pastry, weighs 184, hia normal weight, takes a great deal of oxerclso and transacts tho routine affairs ol State, dictating and signing lettors. Ho takes absolutely no medicine. fin flrmlv imnvtniwl nm Mr "Hlninft and the family of his permanent recovery that September 24 or 34 has been net as the dato when he will return to Washington to assume tho full and the active dutlos of his department again. CHIEF HOSTINE CAPTURED. The Lender of the NnTtiJoe Indian* In the Law** Clutches, Flagstaff, Ariz,, July 16.?Sheriff Francis and part of tho posse who went out with bim Sunday to arrest the Indians at Roden's cattle ranch, returned last night with Chief Hostine, leader of the band of Nnvnjoo renegades. Tim chief was surprised with one buck, and was takon In haste to the railroad station with several Indiana in pursuit. Tho cscapo was a narrow one. The remainder of the posse aro surrounded by tho Indians at tho ranch and grave fears aro entvrtainod for their safety. Company 0, National Guard, left for tho scene last night. Should tho militia find any resistance regulars will be sent on at once, as they are now ready and only waiting orders. Chief Hostine is ? t.i v..a i .... u yviy oiu uui> uuuyuruuB wumw. A Serious Wreck. Fort Scott, Kas., July 15.?At tho crossing of tho Missouri Pacific and Missouri, Kansas & Toxas railroads about 9 o'clock this morning, a freight train crashed into a chair car of tho Missouri Pacific passenger train, knocking it off tho trucks and turning it on its side. A number of persons were injured, butnono are thought to bo fatal. ?V, wm Jtot Slpi tho Soalo. - n.iraisdutig, Pa., July 15?The acilo of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Stool Workers has been presented to tho Pennsylvania Steel Company, which declines*to consider it. A striicc will probably follow. A meeting of the steel ton branch of tho Association is now being held. Dnnn Sustains McClure. New Yoiuc, July 36.?Mr. Charles A. Dana, in an oditorial in the Sun this morning, defonds tho position taken by Colonel McClure and condemns at some length the criticisms of Mr. Nicolav, controverting many statements mado by Nicolav in regard to President Lincoln and Vice President Hamlin. Murderer Han god. Pink" Bluff, July 15.?Robort 'Williams was hanged here this forenoon for tho murder of Albert Haves in November of lout voar. Tho drop fell at 11:30 o'clock and eleven minutes lator tlio culprit was pronounced dead and the body cut down. Blow Ills JJrnln* Out. CnATTAXOooA, Tknx., July 15.?Judge J. A. Warder, who is undor indictmont for tho murder of his son-in-law, Banker Simpson Fayette, committed suicide last nightat his residence on lookout llouuUun by blowing out his brains. MARTIN'S FE1US.Y. Personal Gomlp ? lllg Excursion?Picnlo Party?Brlck-lforlcs Started. Joe Clifford, of Welieburg, is visiting his father. Thomas Peppers, of Steubenvllle, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Woltor Sanders is visiting her mother in Cleveland. Hiss Ella Englebright is visiting friends in Pittsburgh. Mr. and 3lr?. Thomas Bobbins arc visiting frionds in Zaneaville. Dr. Bhuttloworth and brother went out to 6mlthQeldjestcrday. Deputy Sheriff AVill Darby was in town yostoraay on o:nciai nnsiness. John A. Mitchell will remove his family to Dillonvillc tho first of August Mrs. C. W. Kuckuck is visiting Mrs. J. W. Hill, hor sister, of East Liverpool. Mr. Harry Jones left Monday morning for Columbus to spend his summer vacation. Harry Milligan, of Vindlay, passod through hero yesterday nu his way to Mt. l'leasant. Rev. Mr. O'Mera, pastor of fit. Paul's Episcopal church, has received a call to a charge in Cincinnati. Joseph Roberts has come home from Now Castle, Pa., looking much better than he did when he first went away. ulster mian aicnauy, me sinter who was drat in charge of St Mary's school of this city, died at Naxaroth. Ky., Julv 13. The M. E. and Presbyterian Sabbath schools will picnic atKidgewayVGrovo, out tho C., L. A W. railroad, next Wednesday. Mr. Geqrjm Spenco returned last evening after two weeks travel through Virginia in tho Interest of tho firm of which ho is a member. ( Tho Junior Order of American Mechanics, of Portland, will give a festival on Saturday night, whicu will be at tended by a number of the members of the order of this place. The steamer Climax will run to Moundsville Saturday evening, Riving an opportunity to attend.the rendition of "Queen Esthor." Tho steamer will leave the wharf at six o'clock. The Belmont brick works started up yesterday afternoon and turned out 5,000 mud bricks in the afternoon. Everything worked satisfactorily, and from this on work will be pushod rapidly. Tho excursion train on the 0., L. & W. railroad to Chippewa Lake yesterday morning carried 175 paseengore from this city, Bridgeport and Bellaire, and largo crowds wore waiting at tho \ray-Btations along the line for the A party of young folks, of this cityi spent yesterday very pleasantly In the woods on Deep Run. Those constituting the happy party were Misses Julia McDonough. Kato Fitzsimmons, Dolia Holm, Ella Hill, Jessie Lynn and Delia Humphry, and Messrs. Frank Shrodes, Francis Mullaney, Eddie May, Marcus Ttairio nml TK/im'nn Xf/iTlrtnftlirAl. BKLLAIRE. All Sorts of Local News and Gossip from tho Glass City. Conductor H. B. Eberleln, o( tho C. & P. railroad, is on the sick list. AV. J. McClain and Joseph Crow have gone to Jronton to look after their contracts thero. L V. Boy, tho Hindoo doctor, will bo one of tho attractions at tho Bethel camp meeting. "^Jnele Tom's Cabin" company will hare a bnloon ascension to-night at 0 o'clock on the commons. Mr. Brown, a farmor living near Barnesvlllo, was hero looking lor a eon who had ran away from homo. The tobacco crop was unusually largo last vear in Monroe county, and is coming forward pretty lively now. A wholo car load of slippery elm bark, to bo used for medicinal purposes, gassed through hero yesterday for the Charlio McCann, formerly of this city, died suddenlv at Mononguliela City yesterday, ills mother resides hero. Archie KolBey, of Kelsey's station, was in the city yesterday. Ho has just finished renninsr about sixtv acres of wheat. Kov. William Eaton and family arrived safely at Liverpool, Eng., along with the other Belluire people, on tlio steamer Chicago. Young Bowors, who oscapod from the constable several weeks ago, has been seen around his home at Glencoo, but has not been apprehended. A drunken woman crawled through tho window of a neighbor on Guernsey street Tuesday night soine time and went to ben and is still there, refusing to leave. Tho funeral of Mrs. D. C. Shepherd was largely attended yesterday. The floral offerings were beautiful, especially one contributed by tho Gravel Illll Mission Band. Two large bargo loads of Sunday school children went down to the Belmont Park grounds yesterday, accompanied by their parents. A royal timo was Bpent there, nil coming homo in tho ovening well pleased, but very tired. The new shooting club office aroas follows; President, George W. Yost: Secretary, Martin Cowen; Treasurer, Frank Mellott. Tho other members are: Dr. Boone; D. H. Darrah, S. M. Woodbridge, R. C. Meyer, T. M. Kevsor, D. T. Cowen. D. Danford, Dr. Cooper and Dr. McClelland. New traps will bo I 1 1 ? ? J _t 1! 211*1?_2_ JJUrCIKlSUU UI1U BIHXJUIlg Will ?JU?1U DUVU. Yesterday morning as H. Boomer and his son were driving down Union street in his cart, some huckster, driving a wagon at a high speed, dashed out of the alley at Shannafelt s and ran into the cart, upsetting it and the horse Instantly, and dashing the oecnpants head foremost to the pavement. The boy, fortunately was not injured, but Mr. Roomer struck the pavement with his face, cutting and bruising it protty badly, but not seriously injuring him. Tho frightened horse was promptly caught before ho could get to his feet and held until released from the cart. Tho action of the driver of the wagon was very careless, not to say reckless. The Great lloueat Which people in run down state of health derive from Hood's Sarsapnrilla, conclusively proves that this mcdicino "makes the' woak strong." It does not act liko a stimulant, imparting fictitious strength, but Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up in a porfectly natural way all the weakened parts, purifies the blood, and assists to health? action thoeo important organs, tho Jcldneys and liver. 3 Mid-Summer Kxournlon to Atlantic > City In 13. & O. Thursday, July 10th, has been selected by the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, as the date of its second excursion to Atlimtlc City, from stations on all lines of its svstem east of the Ohio river as far as Washington Junction. Tho dato will be most opportunely mid summer and the most desirablo time for a change from flm nmuntninfl nnrl valteva traversed bv the Baltimore & Ohio, to tho tea shore. It will bo essentially a season of outings and at no period of tho summer is Atlantic City as attractive or the surf better adapted for bathing. Passengers by day trains can spend the night in Philadelphia and take any regular train of the Heading route the following day. Friday, for the seashore. Tickets wfll be good for return passage on any train until July 25th inclusive, and will permit holder on return journey to atop off at Washington, tho Mecca of all tourists. Besides this opportunity of inspecting the public buildings, museums and art galleries of the capital, all freeof charge, Sit Vernon, tho tomb of Washington, can be visited. Trains leave Wheeling at 12:03, 4:55 and(1:10a. in., and 2:35 p. m. Tliotrain leaviugatUilOa. in., runs viaPittsburgh. Pullman sleeping and parlor cars attuched. Round trip rato from WlieolingSlO; correspondingly low rates from other stations. tubatIi FOB FORTY YEARS DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR + THE + LUNGS. Has been a noTer-foiling family remedy for Cough*. Cold*. Consumption, Sore Throat, llixmeucu, Pnouraonla. Influensa, Acute and Chronic RronehitlK. Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, Pleurlny, Pain In the Side-ana Ureast, Spitting of Wood, and nil diseases of tho THROAT. CHEST AND LUNGS LKADLNG TO COXBUMPTION. VtL WM. HALL'S BALSAM roniaias no op* jm, morphine, nor any deleter ions drug It ioothM and heals the Membrane of tho Lungs, inilained and poisoned by disease, and prevent! Right sweats and tightness across Ihn pliMt It (a nlonuint to thrt trutu FORSALEBYLOGAN DRUGCO, WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DRUGOIHT9, And aix Duroomt. Pwce, 25c, 60c. fl 00. DB. \VM. 11ALL CO., Now ork. taS-rar - WARM WEATHER G0( WARM WE A Just 0 GE0.R.1 Ladies' Silk ^ Ladies' Penr Ladies' Negli Ladies' Derb: White Hem. 5 Printed Linei Organdies, L< Zephyr Gingl Silk Mitts an< GRENA MARKED D 01 w /M 1 Dress liooa WILL CONTI Wednesday, GEORI OIL WELL! OIL WELL ? 91 and 92 Water Sti Manufacture and Sell Every Art ?i* T-Nnnr^r>r A * AKItblAiN Either for Gas, Oil, Water ( BOILERS, CA ENGINES, FI1 DERRICKS, PU TUBING, CO BRASS AND IRON GOODS AH For Steam, Gas, Petroleui OATALOQUES PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION, SUMMER RESORTS A Delightful Summer Resort! 2,000 Feat Above Tide. Hotel Gordon, Klngwood, w. Va. P. M. THOMAS, Proprietor. A New, Wrst-ClwB IIotoL Newly and Elegantly FurnIihe<L. Delightful Situation. Best Outline. Open AU the Year. Telegraph and Railroad Connection* Bank- Accommodation* TERMS REASONABLE. The larro gronnd* greatly improved. Two and a haif ml I cm from the nietureMtie Cheat Rircr. Two dally trains to aud from 1 unnelton on the B. &Q. Apply for room* at once. my23 MONTEREY HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Occan End No* York Amine. NVir hot an4 cold km water bath, and all floret ot Interat Comfortable rooms. Kxoollent table. JeW K. K. NEWCOMER CATARACT HOUSE, New York Avenue, near i'aelflo, AtlAntlo Oityj 3W. J. . Commodious rooms, spacious pluitt, beautlful lawoi. Terms reasonable. Calslno flnv clan. flesdquartrrs for Wee* Virginia people, loytt & JL HUTTOK ?kCOM late of lijrgtla. 3DS-GEO. R.TAYLOR. THER GOODS ipened, 1YL0R. Vaists, lant Waists, gee Shirts, / Waists, 5. IndiaLawns, n Lawns, awn, Pongees, lams, &c., i Gloves, DINES. OWN SALE T? NUE IJNTIL July 15th. mm. SUPPLIES. iUPPLY CO., *eet, Pittsburgh, Pa. L tcle, Tool or Appliance Needed ... :"i !. ; v| I WELLS, .*1 jfi ailrrev^,- ? >r Mineral Tests. SING. lM W L. DOUGLAS SHOES. Auk nr agents for W. L. DoiiIm SkoM. If not for snlc tn yonr plnco nak yogr dealer to noua for cntnloguo, ?euro toe agcucr? and get tltom for yon. _ ?T TAKE N08TJB8T1TUTE. JKX WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE CBNfffMEN THE BEST S H OE IN THE WOHIO FOR THE MONET? It U a seamloat nfcoe, with no tacka or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best line calf, stjrltah and ea?y, and because v* make more thot* of thin ?.r. ?P"ri itylUh, comfortable and durable. Tbe beat shoe ever offered at this price; aamejrrada as cusy3T?33ss&.is seamless, smooth in?Wu, heavy three solas, extension edi?. One pair will wear ayear. -bo9*i are very stroncand durable. Thoee who UttSftBtSESte C.nllon.-V. that W. L. DotiIm- name and ^mau^XSWS^SSSkm. Stone'b Cami toot Stokb. 1012 Main Htrret, HxNKBMtLUcn & SAHVUt, 2151 Market Htroet, Jon* Dkwaic. Bentrood. . jaMnmi rp UE l.VTELUGENCEli ?JL U vULLH AHU ruuniuu rATH ? > * REAL ESTATE. FOB BEIsTT. norm. Ko. 3933 Wood* itreet 410 UO No. 105 Alley C, 2 rooms 6 00 No. ?37 Alley C. 2 5 00 No. 9U Alley C, 2 room* 6 00 No. 2102 Main street. store room - 10 00 No. 2163 Mnln street. store room 15 00 No. 99 Eighteenth street. store room. - 10 01 No. 2601 Woods street, 2 rooms and Attic. 8 00 FOR SKLD. Cottage, Moandiville Camp Ground............S 000 Cottage, MoundsvUle Camp Oround............ 100 Two lata, Moaudsrille Camp Ground.....^ 200 No. ml and 3*33 Woods street. Three-roomed bou*c, National road, f7?X Double frame bouse on Baltimore street. Desirable new residence on South Front street IS; acre* bind. Greeley county, Kansas, 1800. Slxteeu lots In J. and J. E. Baker .addition. No. 65 and #7 Sixteenth rtreot. No. 2831 and 2KB Cbapline street. Thirty-fire acres stone and coal land. Ruih Ban, Ohio. Seventeen and one-half acres land, ono-haU mile west lower point of Island. Deolriblo residence one milo west of Bridge* port, Ohio. Three and one-half acres of load near West Llborty. | ?io. 4HUJ wotxoi street. grouua wj uyawioci Ko. 2ttl and 2333 Wooa street. I Twenty-one shares Blvenldo Glass Works S AUey^B? oorner Alloy B and j^lley & Price, SUM. Soi. 2019 and 2031 Main street j Eighteen acrofl of laud one mile east of Elm Grovo. Fronts about 800 feet on National road, with four-roomed frame bouse and 200 frttlt trees. Price, ?.800. j Lot 70 by 180 feet. Elm Grove. Koa. 54 and M Alley 19. Km. 2901 end 2806 ChaplIno street t W& Ko. 100) McColloeh street Ko. ?028 McColloch street. Ko. 1310 and 2112 Muin street Ko. 2001 and 2>OG Main street. ' Ko. 2004 Market street Ko. Urt Ohio street. ^K j>. 00 Korth Front street?ground 00 by about KofiBUMrrtM. ! No. tfue MalmtrecL I JAMES A. HENRY, Bcal auto Agent, U. 8. Clfilm Attornlw. Bxptrt U1 JIVUMVU VIMlim IfD 1812 Market Streat. FOR S^.IjE. Elevon roomed houte with ijaodern conveniences,iln nplendi'1 condlHon, one southeast cornor Chapllne and Twentieth streets. Five roomed btlck house. with fnll lot, on Jacob street, Fifth ward, ftd.500. . Seven roomed house, desirable location, on Koff street, IS.flOO. . . , ? , Four roomed houso Twenty-fourth and Wood streets, 51,050. Lots in North llenwood cheap at fi50 to 8550. > Each fifty feetmot . , ' Eight-roomed donble houso on Jacob street, be-' twwo Twtjnty-third and Twouty-fourth streets, cheap at $850. Four lots on South Fenn street 91.000 Lota In McMechen, nowly laid out, cheap at gl'jo to 8273. Lots in Zone's Orchard and Old Fair Ground additions. Six roomed house. 2350 Wood street, 82.200 8ix roomed brick house on Chaplino street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, 'fen roomed house at a bargain on North Main strcot. Fire roomed house. 2515 Boff street, 12,800. Four roomed house, 100 Eighteenth street, 91.000. " Four roomed house, 2303 Wood street, 1950, Six roomed house, ground 100 feet front, on McColloch street, between Thirty-first and Thirty-second streets, 98,000. Nine roomed brick house, 2351 Market stroet, ^Threo roomed house, 2410 Wood street, 11.050. Half lot on North Main street, 83 by 182 feet, lot on Eoff stroot, south of Twenty-eighth street, fi.aw. . Half lot op Mo/a ton street, south of Twentyseventh street, WO. Sixteen lota on the north side of Twentv-third street, in the new addition of Filon Awbyte, Just laid out. FOB KENT?Store room on the corner of 8ix? tecntk and Jacob streets, with' good cellar to same. NESBITT. & DEVINE, 1739 Market Streat. ]y? Real Estate for Sale. Building lots on vrect side oi North Huron street, bland, at *20 per foot front. A flno dwolling property on the west side of Market street, north of Ninth stroct. lot 100x100 fM)t, southwest corner McCollooh anil Thirtieth streets, with four'dwelling houses. Ko. 2314 Jacob street, three-roomed cottage, 1Ol|!?&0 &Un?Reuant Valloy, on theNational v^&^KuSoSb bSl?S5nK?rNo! 1622 Main street jno* occupied by J. w. Hunter & Co.'? aploe Pir?r place oo National road, near Eta Grove, ronilitlng ol about twenty aciee, with brick dwelling. Lot 83x180 feet on ttao eait aide of North Front itreet. Wand. I1.SOO. .... Ko, 40 Virginia itroet, laland, 8 room) and bath "Sol'lim Boffetreet, oppoilte the Cathedral. No. 101 Fifteenth itreet. 5 roomt No. 1*^ Fourteenth street, five roomi, attlo ^LoftoilS north tide of Fourteenth itmt Lot 90tl20 fwit North Huron itreet, Iiland. No?. 2117 and 2119 Main itroet, lot 44x1201Mb RINEHART & TATUM, ap9 1314 Market Street. LEGAL NOTICES. THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, OHIO COUNTY, TO-WIT: July Rules, 1891. Sophia Bray *| n. V In Chanccry, Divorce. Prank Bray. J ORDER OF PnBLICATION. The object of this suit is to obtain for tho plaintiff a docrce of divorce from the bonds of matrimony existing between her and tho tald rinfonrintit nnrl It AnrwihrlnP from tho affidavit of the Ml(l plnintllf Hied among tho papers of snld enure. that the defendant, Frank Bray, If sot a resident of the Suno of Wont Virginia, tola defendant Is hereby rwnuired to appear In wild cause within one inontn after tho first publication of this order, und do what Is necessary to protect hla Interest In said suit. It is further ordered that this order be published and posted as required by law. .... Witness, John W. Mitchell. Clork of our said court, at the Court ZJouse of said county, this 8th day of July, 1891. PnblJshodthe first time Jnly 9.1891. Attest: JOHN W. MlTCHKiX, ClerkDOYE.VM <fc WlEDEBl'SCII, Solicitors for Complainant. NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS. Sophia Bray ") vs. )- Chancery, Dirorco. Frank L Bray. ) Take notice that tho depositions of Mrs. Zlntskr, Bortle Hick. Clara BIck. William Bickl Sj myself and other*, will *be taken at the office ox B. B. Dovoner, 1683 Chapllne Ntreet. Wheel* lhg, Ohio county, In,tho State of West Virglnta, on the 8th day of August, A. I). 1831, between th? hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 0 o'clockn. m., to b? read in evidenre in the above named cause behalf of suld complaiuant. And, if, from any caum, the taking of the Mid deposition* shaU not be commenced, or being commeuced, shall not bo completed on that day, tho taking of the Mtno wfil bo adjourned from time to time until tho same shall bo completed. KOFH1A BRAY. To Frahk L. Bray, Defendant. a By Dovener Wledebusch, her Attorneys, FINANCIAL. JgANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAI $175,000. W*. IratT ? .. PrwMtni wm. a bixphox. ViM-Pnddeat Dratu on ?nglanil, IicUud, Fnuca wd GotmiDf. DIRECTORS: Wra. A. LMtt, Uortlmsr FolUck. J. A. Mlllor, Wm. a SlmfSmr B. M. Atklnaoa, John K. 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