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Huro Bitel, Bitten by ft Mastiff Five Weeks Ago, likely ioliye only ifew days. , US| AVcck 1>0 Be(f?n to Baric I',ko a ^ ... ... u-...ntnmailf tlm I)oK<ill<l to SHOW v. - Terrible .Malady that Afflicted Him. | j'fTorH Slado to Save Him Prove | I'm lie. and ho it) Growing Rapidly I Wor>e. Xeiv York, A tig. 14.?lingo Eitel, 17 years <>ld, who lives at Fifth avenue and1 'no Hum I rod and Tenth street, had i :i inastifl' who hud never been known to I do an) tiling worse than cha.se the cats I of th'; neighborhood. lingo and the I iiia$tiffhad always been on good terms, liut about live weeks ago, when playing with the dog. tho boy was slightly bittin on the forehead and hand. Ife thought nothing of the bites, and did not even say anything to h;s parents about them. List weok he went over to Astoria to njn'ttd a feu* days with his cousin, P. J. Jteinlianit, of 009 Lockwood street. ,sH.n after his arrival he seemed unwell, and began to ask questions about dogs, lie wanted to know who owned the dogs in the neighborhood and what dogs did and where they came from. Jlis relatives i? It no uneasiness about him until ?? l>?,1 luinn he told thrill Oil XllfDUlit liu I>uu uvv.. bittm by the mast if!'. That afternoon la* w;i.- tnken with what the doctors now say is hydrophobia. 'Hi* was seized with convulsions," M.w .Mr. Jieinhardt, 4<at about 12:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and began to bark like a dog and foam at the mouth. JIc jumped at every one who came near Jiim.amlfiiud to be knocked down with pillows and bolsters to be kept from biting members of the family." I)r. llildebrandt was summoned and treated young Eifol with morphine injcftions'and chloroform, but from time to time the convulsions reappjpred. At night it was necessary to tit? the patient to his bed. The hoy's father, Ktnile Kitcl, was notified immediately. JIo went over to Astoria yesterday morning and brought lltijro to his home. When the boy left .\storia he was calm, but, according to .Mr. Heinhardt, he sniffed around the woodwork and nut Oilt ins tongue iikc :t dojj. Hi.' would ask for water, but at the sight of it would bo seized with coinuNions. On arriving in New York he became ho violent that the police were notified and an ambulance wns summoned. The boy was taken to the l'rcsbyterian hospital, whore' it wa? lid'''."Miry to place iiiin in ? straitjaoket and hnndcims. He still barked like a dojj, tin* doctors say. The house surgiiOii, Dr. Frank Hupp, said last nieht that lie thought the patient had un)irov?' 1 somewhat since he had been in tin- hospital, and that lie was then quiet. The boy, it is believed, in in the second stage of tho disease. When rabies i* far advanced, as it seems to be in his case, the patient is not likely to Hvo more than three days.. YoungKitel has been subject to epileptic tits' for two virirsnud it is thought that this may be largely responsible for his present condition, lie is a tall, large-boned hoy fur his age, and it takes several men to handle him when he has a ccnvilltU>-. Tlit dog was ahot yesterday morning. MAKTI.VS KKItllY. Cuiiiicll l.iot KviiiIiik?Mllluip ut the .T'tnll. I'itioiiiiI niul otlior Netffc At the meeting of the city Council last night tho resignation of John 0. lluync, appointed as u member of- tho oil irt-iiH cuiumittco to oversee the paving ( f Fuurth street, was accepted. Samuel 11. Youmr .lames Uayioss were apiioiiitctt inspectors to inspect the brick i??r tin- paving of this street. Tho contract for street curbing was awarded to George Wise, of llellaire, at S7J cents. The Martin's Ferry keg, barrel and box factory and the Martin's Kerry Milling company asked permission to have a switch put in betwoeti theso two placos for their Wnutlt froin the Clovehuid, Lomin ?fc Wheeling railroad. This was granted, with the understanding that the road crossing be kept well planked. The .Ktnnville annexation ordinance was passed to its second reading and tin' solicitor und W. T. I^wis wore in strutted* to push proceedings to this end. | Joseph Medill, Esq., loft yeaterUuy j mortiiutf on the early train on tho C. & i r. road for the far West, prospecting, ( and will nrobably remain. Ills health is not goou and lie will stay out there at least six months on this account. Mr. Medill left with tears in his ovds and his uumv friends were sorry to see liiinlcuve. lie hue been a resident of Martin's Ferry for nearly ti quarter of a century and almost cried when he bid hi* friends nood-bye. Among the weekly papers Bold at the Postotlire News island are J'uric, Judge, Lift, IHiLtlralal American* JltuitraUti Xeu% JMnnt Free Prm, Scientific American, Youth'* Coni/hi)iion. Once .1 Week, Sporting Tinb.', Spirting Life, Amttknh Field, For(tt mi 1/ Stream. Ainrrirmr Hfnehiuinl ,\Vn? York \Vtdh;,Svhmlaif tight, Firmde Compinion, Family Story Papert Golden Weckhjt .Vi vf, Itoy* (f iNVic Yorky Golden DflJ/*, AVir York Cfi]'j?>r, WnrerlVt American, Jiee. Ulrjiimq*, (ioUkn Huh', Two* Sifting* and Journuhft. A bicycle club will bo organized in Martin's l orry probably next Monday vvening. There are nearly fifty wheels in town. The club will be open for all riilew, and several in Wheeling will take advantage. Yesterday Charles Miller received a etone seven feet,lolig and two and onehalf feet square, out of which a drinking trough will bo made, to bo placed in front of this saloon. A tube in the new boilers at the .fetna null was blown out vosterday morning, throwing oil' the boiling department mid sheet mill No. 1. Misses Anna Ralston nmitMav Conklo left yesterday for Mt. rluaSaut via the *' 1\, and A L. K. railroads, a new route. . Parties were Riven on Thursday even>n^' at tho homes of Misses Dot Lewis and Lena Koehler, in tho Third ward. .Mrs. Zfichanah and datlnhtor. K?lnn. 01 Pittsburgh, are the attests of William Lynch, of the .Standard addition. Mr. and Mrs. George McMahon left yesterday to visit friends in the country near Zanoaville. Campinceting will commence at Upueprall s Grove, near Mt. Pleasant, tomorrow. An important meeting of the Republican league club will bo held this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Vale aro entertaining Miss Mary Smith, of Adona. Mint injury is done by thouseof irritatinir. fining compounds takon as purgativoa. In Ayer's Pills, the patient has a mild hut elective cathartir, that can l>e confidently recommended allhe for the mosat delicate patient* aa well as the must robust. daw BELLA IKE. Ail Sorts of Local Sows und Gossip from the Glass City. Louis Hteubenrough, a well known German resident, for many veanj a resident of the South Side. Wheeling, builder of the .Stoubtmraugn Hall, died very suddenly at Ills homo in the Fourth ward Thursday night. He had been m the employ of the Bellaire Street Railway Company for finite a whilo, and eamo down the liill Thursday morning PAnnrflnf* Hint, ho WHS not llblo tO CO Ollt tlmt day. liis car wasdraped In mourning yesterday. Cholera morbus wan the causo of liis death. Ho still kept tip in the Wheeling lodges of K. of 1'. and Ked Men, under whose auspices the funeral takes place to-day at 2 p. m. Samuel B. Piper and Hamilton Eaton, members of tlio county board of elections, wero here this week. On the third of September they are to divide the election precincts. Only ono ward in this city, the fourth, is to have two voting places. W. F. Wiiittington, of Pittsburgh, and Miss Cornell* Parnell were married by ltev. L. W. liarr Thursday night at the homo of the bride's parents, in tile First ward. The J. C. Glbney Co. nro still using large lots of lumber and stone. The lumber conies from Monroo county, lyld tho stone from Jefferson county. Mr. J. A. Moron, a C., L. & W. official, will meet thu iielhiire City Council today in reference to the Noblo street crossing, gates, etc. ltev. Ash I.uno and family, of Illinois, are hero, the guest* of Mrs. Lane's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Nelson, on Mock Hill. Thn lliiln follow. Chris AshofT. who was sent to the Ijincastcr reform school, lias returned, and promises to bo a bettor boy. i Hellaire people who attended tlio 1C. of P. picnic at Chippewa Luke, Thursday, met Rev. and 5Irj. A. 1). Williams there. Mrs. James Thorpo says she has a sunflower stalk with fifty-three flowors on it, and all aro not in bloom yet. One of Ik'llairc's cx-inayors, Levi Cassell, was in town yesterday. His homo Is at Betliesda now. C. E. E. Cliilders, manager of tho Buffalo freight inspection bureau, was ill tho city yesterday. A small child was rnn over and killed nt \fnueillnti l?v thn axcuraion train on Thursday. The fnst receding water loft several of the tie barges here yesterday in the mild. \V. F. Whittington moved his household goods to Chartiers, I'a., yesterday. .Miss Lydia Tappan, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her uncle, T, .S. Tappan. URIDOKPORT. Currant Noxri Horn* from tlio old Town arrow the ltlver. Tlio Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling rnilrood will rum its fourth Sunday excursion to Lako Chippewa to-morrow. The company is running first class trains on quick time on these occasions, and is having a very brisk excursion trado this season. Charles Holnlein'S Republican friends are anxious to have liim nominated for representative. He would poll a good, strong vote, and would make a splendid representative. The work of enlarging the Standard company's galvanizing plant is being pushed with all possible naste, and it is Intended to havu it in operation within a short time. * ? A,._ .1 The worK 01 myinp mo wtuor maiim Is almost Completed oil the atreota which are to bo paved. It would certainly bo j good policy to havo tho paving begun nt once. Old (iino stopping-atones aro uni enrlhcd four and five feot below tho surI face, in digging for tho water plpo lino. The special meeting of Council that was called for Thursday ovenittg for some reason failed to materialize. Miss Aggie Gibbons is confined to her homo in Kirkwood by an attack of typhoid fever. John Sod wick, of tho Cleveland, Lorain A Wheeling, is ill Lorain, tho guest of friends. James Barlley, of Columbus, 0., spent yesterday witn frletuls lioro. 1*1 other's Friend. Wehnveboth nged ".Mother's Friend" and find it to be one of tho l>e?t modicinea in tho World, and would not be without it in confinement for nny conAfnu klmtirV VrwrrwvT. RIUL-lilllUlU jMlk'i . . ...v...... Mrs. Mary A. Luck, Hook Kun, Ala. Fold at wholesale and retail by Logan Drug Co. and all druggists. ItRMOVKD?STIFEL ? CO. See "ml," MonmWvlUo Cnmp Mooting; August 13th to 33d, Xti^liiHlvn. lroC Hie above meeting, during tho week, B. & 0. trains will leave wheeling for the camp grounds at 8:00 a. in;, ami 12:%. 2:35 and 0:00 p. in. Ketttrning, will leave the eatnp station at 0:15 n. in., and 12:05,4:35 and 10:00 p. m. Sundays, August Kith and 2:!d, B. & O. trains' will leave Wheeling for the ramp grounds at 8:00 and 11:00 a. n>? and 12:30, 2:86 and 0:00 p. til. Returning, will leave tho camp station at 12:05, 5:1X1 imd 10:00 p.m. Kound trip ticket*, +"> centa: good returning until tho 2f>tb, Bumlnjr rxcnrNiona. Commencing Sunday, May 31, and every Sutidfly thereafter, the Baltimore & Ohio Hailrond Company will sell excursion tickets to Pittsburgh and return at Si 60 and to Washington ami return at $1, good returning Sunday only. ma Enw. I.. IIosk A Co. aro now offering special bnrgaina in Wheels, having a large lot ol good second-hand and shopworn Safeties and Ordinaries, which they arb selling very rapidly at the prices they nro asking. Trv n drink of Hevtnnnn's beer In a stonu mug at Lally'n, SMuO Main street. SAtJUt; M ass. Dr. Ffanto:?THl\n Sill:?I wish to make this statement tor the benefit of suffering women. For years I enditred untold iiKony from female Weakness. I knd Riven tip all hope when I hoard of "Oliv* Blossom |" I used it with good results and a complete restoration of health. Yours gratefully, LWcMsttX Ijorhantb. "Ollvo Blossom" is sold bv l-ogim Drill: Co.. C. It. Goo tie, V. W. Irwin, W. K. Williams, C. Schnepf, C. Menkimeller, W. C. Armbrlght, W. II. Williams and M. W. Heinrlc!: J. W. Darrah, Kolston & Co., Martin's Kerry; lioide & Co., Bridgeport: C. M. Wyriclc, Bellaire; oi. unir iiros., j^iiwowi. Uut-klcii'* Arnica hnlvo. The best Salvo In tlio world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hlieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cliuppeu Hands, C'hiblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively curea l'ilcs, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or uiono.v refunded, l'rice 25 tents by box. For*sale bv l-ngan Drug Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. SUBSTANTIAL PROOF. Actual and Reliable Reuldonts of Wheeling Come Forward and Olvo Their Experience and Opinion. Among the many patient* that have been taking treatment recently from Dra. Copelaud & Bell, and can Hubstantlate their efficiency in treating catarrh ana Kinureu irouoies, is i?ir. nimu Heintz. engineer at the Sehmulbacli plant, located in .South Wheeling. Mb. Pnitip llr.txTz, CnAmitr. Ptrkct. In an interview with Mr. Iletnt*. hesiild: "I had becu troubled with catarrh for the last flreoraix ve.ire. Ip-ild hnt little attention to it, tliinkiutc II only frequent nltucks 01 coins, until about two yean ago, when upon consultins a physician I learned that 1 had on aggravated ca*o of catarrh. "I tried some remedies, but fulled to dcrlvo Any benoflt until about three months ago. "My noso would stop up and I was coinpolled to hrentlw through my mouth. The mucous would accumulate in my throat and In the hack Krt of myuostrlls. 1 hud to snuff' hack to disIge it und.was always clearing my throat. My throat wan always irritable, and at times 1 eould scarcely swallow. "I became alarmed about myself and, reading of the cures wrought by Drs. Copeland Si Hell, concluded to call on them. Alter consulting them I resolved to try their system of treatment. 1 have been under their care siuee that time and can say for myself that 1 have improved from the beginning, and the change in my condition is so great and satisfactory that I can confidently testify us to their success in my case, and can say for them that 1 am pleased to recommend them, and know from my experience that they are skillful and Hiicce&sful in treutiuir catarrh and all kindred troubles," Sir. Joseph Ghttt, 408 Market street, says of his case: "After taking a course of treatment 1 am much Unproved in every way. 1 feel strong and well now. The catarrhul troubles that I had have disappeared and I feel better than I huve felt lor years, mm x win simu, recommend tho doctors to those who need a phyalclau." DOCTORS COPELANI) & DELL hnvo located permanent office* at 1121 Main street, Wheeling, w. Va., whore they treat with success all curable cocch. OQloe hours?u to 11 a. id., 2 to & p. ro. nud 7 to V p. ro. Suudays, 'J a. in. to 12 in., uiid 1 to 4 E. m. Specialties?Catarrh and disease* of tho yo. Ear, Throat and Lungs. Consultation free. Address all mail to DRS. COPELAND <it BELL, 1121 Main street, Wheoling, \V. Va. Treatment, including medicine, $5 a month. MOUNDS VIJLLK. ?A Miscellaneous Melnngo of Minor Blatters from Marshall's Metropolis. More Justicii Jefferson Inst evening J. W. Galiahor broughtjult against D. Lovi, to colloct charies on some freight which the latter had received by bont, Onllnhor boing agent for tho boat. The decision was for tho defendant. Lovi claimed that he had ordered the goods .1- L o ll ,| uiruuyil O, iinvi a I IIHO, ,, should pay the freight. The M., M. it M. Co. is negotiating with a Pittsburgh gloss house, and the prospects are that the concern, which is a large one, will come to Moundsville. A member of the company says that still another large plant, an irou working establishment, is on the string ant) may bo located yet this fall. A castle of Knighls of the Golden Eagle was installed hero Wodnesday night. A large delegation of Wheeling Knights came down to assist in the organization. The castle starts with a membership of fifteen. The .South Side Fishing Club, of Wheeling, will play a game of ball with the lied Jitters, of this place, to-day. The local nino has not met a defeat this year. Manager Oris well is booking Bomo good shows for the coming season, lie announces Frank Davidson iu a new play SepWfliber 14. Mr. Will Gray and Ills slater, Miss Mary, have returned from a pleasant sojourn at Mountain Lake Park. William Brady is here having contracts for stone work, etc., on the new gloss works signed up. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mcl'eek died yesterday. t..? mic/w nf Hnrnfiiln-Hnlf. rhotim ami oilier diseases of the blood, are cured by Hood's .Sarsnparilla. 3 A Soldi! Month. From lOokvt, la., Democrat. . August, 1SS7, was a noted month. It gave extreme heat and extreme cold, the results of which were disastrous to the public health. Cases of colic, cholera morbus and diarrhoea were abundant, and tliere were numerous calls at the drug stores for Cliamborlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy. Druggists of this city tell us that this remedy has been more frequently called for during the past month than any other preparation, and that it has proven a panacea for the very worst cases. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is a meritorious medicinal preparation (or all summer complaints for which it is recommended, una grows In popularity in \his city and vicinity. ( The sales are increasing rapidly and wonderful cures are reported. daw ? *? If you feel weak and all worn out take BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa." "Pompeii" wn? effectually destroyed in Huston. Constant bad weather put out tlio llroworks, and tlio sheriff taken ilia shmr. CHILD blRTH MADE EASY! " Monienj1 Fhibkb " is a scientifically prepared Liniment, every ingre/tUnf nf r*mtTn'tTfi,\ value and in constant use by the medical profession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all that is claimed for It AND MORE. H Shortens Labor, Lessens Cain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to "Motkms"malted FREE, containing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. S?ntbjreipr?M on receipt of prici ||.m |*r bottle BIMOFIEIO REGULATOR CO.. UlUntt.Oi. hold by all Dnuooumi LOGAN DRUG CO., orli-MW A.ND ALL DBUCfaWTB. , BARGAINS IN PRY G0< GEO. R. 1 1150 7UTKIN 1153 MHRKi Ill PUB FO! To reduce stock and cl< Summer Gooi GREAT B Dntil the First All Summer Dress Goods to All Black and Cole All Import) All Table Linens, Quilts, To? Linen Sheetings All Silk Waists Marked Less All Lace and Chene All Pa This Special Sale b? made attractive to all iiLU. n. i OIL WELL ! OIL WELL S 91 and 92 Water Str Manufacture and Sell Every Art A' ARTESIAlv Either for Cas, Oil, Water ( BOILERS, CA ENGINES, FI1 DERRICKS, PU TUBING, CO mass awd mu? uuuiw HP For Steam, Gas, Petroleui CATALOGUES PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION, ED. L. ROSE \ CO.-HEADC dMsoy If You Rega Are the great Wheels for American rl attending the Detroit Meet ae resentatlon of those W ED. L_. Kwse? <_<_). Bicycles In thin vicinity,,also have n larger un?l tn other dealers In this State combined. New and prlco from 515 to $135. If you Intend purchasing: so until you exumlne this stock. J. L. BALLAf ~ COCOA GRATEFUL?COMFORTING EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws whlrn govern the operation* of digestion and nutrition, and by n careful application of the tlno properties oi well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epps has .provided our breakfast tables with a delicately Haroured beverage which luaynavetis many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built' up until strong enough to renlst every tendency to disease. Hundred* of subtle maladies are Hooting around us ready to attuck wherever there Is a weak point We may escape matiy a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortlflod with pure blood and a properly nourished Irame."?"CivtL Skkvick OAXcmc." Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in half-pound tins, br Grocers labelled thus: JAMKS KFP8 Jc CO.. HomcDopathle Chemists, London, England. oc21-triua I 3PS-GEO. R. TAYLOR. AYLOR. I STREET. 3T STR68T. WW MIS ase out certain lines of is, I will offer ARtiAINS of September. be Closed Oat. ired Silks Reduced. 3d Dress Goods Marked Down. ..ftfcfrj .borwrmf'rtif . . , 'els, Napkins, i, Cotton Sheetings Reduced. i'ac?. ; ille Curtails Mcel. rasols Offered at Half Price. itween seasons will be customers,.. jc ibifin 1901' r/id ? 1YL0R. 3 u rr uifca. SUPPLY CO., eet, PlttsJbiiteKf'Pa. Icle, Tool or Appllanoe Needed I WFI T.fv 1 * ? A-r ^ ? 1 jr Mineral Tests. SING, M ["TINGS, /ft | IMPS, ft J iRDAGE. /m ID SUPPLIES li 11 t) or Water. I?? si JUARTERS FOR WHEELS. AN UNPOPULAR BICYCLE ird Your Future Content, but OST POPULAR AND BEST. JMBIA AND VICTOR ders. Ask parties ,iffiVl control tho w?lo al these ore varied stock than nil -|| tccond hand, rmigJuj,' In fou cannot afford to do 1^%, / tD, Manager. EAST CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE ! The right plaec to establish any indnstnr in the South thnt requires Wood, Iron or HteeL Large Inducements to Mannf&ctnrers OF EVERY, KIND TO LOCATE WITH Ua Now is the time and-herc is the placo to lay the foundation tor future fortunes. Don't neglect to think ubout this. Wrlto mo fur particulars, or buy n rouml trip tlplcetto Lookout Mountain. and when you reach hero, call on Die.. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, GKXF.RA1, MANAOKIC EAST CHATTANOOGA LAND COMPANY, 12b fUclisnlson Block, Chattanooga, Term. lOrf-TtaiB REAL ESTATE. ' FOB SAlLE. House of five rooms, 2309 Jacob street, 91.330. llouso of nix rooms, 2358 Wood street, in very goo.I condition. . < Lou on tbe Inland at low figures. House of four rooms ou Charles streot, Contre, WliKnllnir m'JII House of aix room* between Twenty-third ami Twenty-fourth street*. op Woods street Mental value per annum. I1W. Price $1,500. One-ball lot on Jacob street, Centre Wheeling cheap at 1300. Five roomed brick houso. and full lot, on Jacob street. Fifth ward, 92,500. Seven roomed houso, on EolT street, desirable locntlon.l3.C00. 1 Ten roomed houae at a bargain on North Main street. Fire roomed house, 2515 Eo(T street, 82.800. Four roomed house, 190 Eighteenth street, *1.000. Nine roomed brick house, 2351 Market street, on North Main street, 83 by 132 feet, Half lot on EolT street, sonth of Twenty-eighth street. 51,000. Half lot on Movston street, south of Twentyseventh street, &.&). Sixteen lots on the north side of Twenty-third street, in the new addition of Filan & why to. Just laid out. Lot* on EolT and Jaoob streets, lu North Ben* woon. . Lots In McMcchen, newly laid out, choap at $120 to 1275 each. Lot* in Zane's Orchard and Old Fair Ground additions. Beautiful lots in A. H. Patterson's addition to Elm Grorout low figures. . . Four-roomed house on Twenty-ninth and Woods street, 81,0V). mnrtniTT o nntiiklP IN COOl i 1 06 UCVilNC, 1739 Market Street. aul4 Real Estate for Sale. No. ISfFEoflTstroet. brick. 8.100. No. 85 South Hroadway. framo. $1,500. No. 155 Sixteenth street, brick and frame. fcNo!'in7 Alloy Hi, Kant Wheeling, frame houio of four room*, lot :Wxia> foot, $~uu. "lirookxldo." on tho National road, about one mile wont of liridgeport, Ohio, over one-half aero of ground with wood dwelling and allnecea* sury improvement. *1,500. liuUrthig lota on wert iWe of North llurou itroet. inland, at per foot frprtt ? . IOOxAuO feet in Pleasant Vulloy, on the National road, for 81.500. on easy terms. The btuinoM nroporty. No. 1522 Main street.' now occupied by J, w. Hunter & Co. * aploe mills. The Pryor plaee on National road, near Kim Grove, consbstlug of about eighteen acrw. STOCKS FOR SALE. 20 shares Brilliant Iron and Steel Co. 20 share* Benwoodlron Works. 5 share* Hobbs (Hans Co. o snares rnnuumiie to??i anu iruu wj. 61-5 shares Street Itulhvuy Co. RINEHART & TATUM, ?u!2 1314 Market Street. FOR K/EHsTT. 20 acre* land noar Benwood Junction. Und and gruvol privilege boiith of Benwood Junction, ou Uhlo River railroad. A wo NTH. No. 2102 Main street. More room flO 00 No. 2158 Main street, storu room - 15 00 No. W Eighteenth street, More room 10 OJ No. 2601 Woods street, 2 rooms and Attla.... 8 00 Cottage on Moundivlllo Camp Ground. FOR SKL5. ' Lot on South Front streot $1,000 Cuttage, Mouudarllle Camp Ground fiOJ CotuiKo, MoundsviUe Camp Ground.. 100 Two lota, Mouridsvlllo Cauip Qronnd 200 No. SttJl and aM3 Woods street. Three-roomed houso, National road, 8760. Double frame houso on Baltimore street. Desirable new roMilonco on South Front stroet ii-n 1-_ J r-. 1.? ITMfM juv nviva luuu. uiuuiu/ cuuiiij, mannum vow. Sixteen lots Id J. tiud J. It Baker addition. No. 85 und 87 Sixteenth street No. 2681 and 2638 ChaplltiO street Thirty-live acres stono and coul land. Hush Ran, Ohio. Sevontecn' and ono-half acres land, ono-half mile west lower point of Island. Ueslrublo residence ono milo west of Bridge* port, Ohio. Throo and ono-half acres oi land near Weil ^olSiO Wctzol streot, ground DO byOOO foot No. SCll and 233H Wood streot. Tivonty-ouoi sharou Rlvortido Glass Works stocklit a bargain. _ . r No. 'J2 Alloy D, corner Alloy B and Alley S. Price, ?c60. Nos. 21)10 and 2021 Main streot. Eighteen ucros of land ono uillo cast of Elm Grove. Fronts about 800 feet on National road, with four-roomed fruuio houso and 200 fruit trees. Prico. 81.800. Lot 70 by 130 feot. Elm Grovo. Nos. M and M Alley 19. Nos. 'JM and *>00 Chapll no street No. 1005 McColloch street. No. :?28 McColloch street. No. 2110 aud 2112 Main street No. 20(M and 2000 Main stroot No. 2C04 Market street. No. 06 Ohio street. No. 60 North Front street??round 00 by aboat 400 foot. " No. ZJUEofTBtrcet No. SiCOO Main HtruoL JAMES A. HENRY, Rail EnUto Agcut, U. S. Claim Atturuuy. Klpsrl in jHjiwlou UulniJL Jgo 1612 Market atreat. FOB SALE. Blx-roomed^romo houso at No. 200 North York street LotJM feet front. 81.400. Three-roomed house, corner New Jcnoy and Erie streets, $1,050. Four-roomed houso, Cnlrtwoir* run. 11,200. Eight-roomed house und small house on alley In roar, at 1.15 Zano street* 84.000. ?' - ? ' _...t 1?..... ..in Unmtnn >lnu? CIV IIIUrTUIIIUUU UUIWC, auu WUIOVU onvvn lot 25x23*. S1,?fi0. New six-roomed house, 03 Virginia atreot, 8B.0C0. Investment that will pay Rood Interest?the property on southwest corner of Zouo and Broadway. Cbolco building lot* on tho Island Lot fiOxlOQ, east *ido McColloch street, botwecn Twenty-third nnd Twenty-fourth atreete, for ?>3j. C3-. O. SMITH, nu3 122J MARKET 8TREET. 'TRUSTEE'S SALE. IJIRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of a deed of trust mado by Thomas HowlL-y nnd Bridget Howloy, h i* wlfo. to mo as truMee. dated fccptoinber 8,18M, recorded In the ofllccof the Clerk of the County Court of Ohio County, Woit Virginia. In Hoed of Trust Book ! No. 10, pnge 281,1 will soil nt the north front door of tho Court House of said county on Sathuuy, thk ftni Day of Skitkmbek, 1891, commencing ut 10 o'clock a. m., tho following described property: l'art of lot numbered ten In the Joseph Cold* well uddltlou to the City of Wheeling, being tbt i?iut twentv-Ava feet /routine on Twanty-uluth street and extending tmeknorth\vnrdlv,l>clnga uniform width of twenty-live foul. a distance of not less tluin one hundred foot to an nllev. TEums or 8alk?One-third and a* much inoro as the purchaser elccti to puy In cash on thoduy of sale, the balance in two equal Installment* ut onu and two yeaw, notes' hour!n? interest from tlic ?la>- of sale to to given for the deferred pay* mcnt*. W. J. W. COWDKJf, Trustee. W. If. Hau-fh- Auctioneer. auS-MM FINANCIAL. JJANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL ?9176.000. Wm. Inrrr Prcildont ; Wm. B. Stxrso:* Vice-President Drafts on England, Ireland, franco and Germany. DIRECTORS: Win. A. Ivtt, Mortimer Pollack. J. A. .Miller, Win. U. Simpson. E. M. Atkinson, ? John K. JJotsfora, Henry Speyer, Victor Itosenbttt* . Jacob C. Thomas. _jal y. P. JEPaON, Cash tor. jgJXCHANGE BASK. CAPITAL .8200,00. J. K. Vasck ?iJr-..Preild?nt ' L. & Delaplain -..Vlce-Prwidcnt DIKECTOIlS: J. N. Vance. Goo. K. Stlfrt, J. M. Bro .vn, tn. Elllngbam, L. 8. Dolnpltln. A. W. JCeilojr; John Frcyr. Units lnued cm England. IroJana, Scotland and all polnu in Europo. JOHN J. JONES, CaahlarrpiiJS INTELLIGENCER, X MA CUAH AXt) PUlftST adli VATMM.