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[ SV3JIMTH V FOK 31H 8. MAYURICK,
Jadlr* High in OlllcinI anil haclal Circles iu Till* Country iut?re*lcU In Ilcr. | Bostos, Mahh., fc'ept. 23.?A Bar IlarIjr fcpccittJ aays that tho caso of 3In?. Mavbnck. accused of poisoningher hus1 ? *?? Kndand, and sentenced to penal Uillf ? ? a tcrvitnde for life, was some time sltico brought to tho attention of Mrs. Blaine, 8In.', together with Secretary Blr.'ne, j,., laconic deeply interested in li. JJra. Maine has been for man)' mouths constantly in receipt of letteni urging her to use her influence with tiiotiecrot.,rv i .State and inducohim to communicate with lord Salisbury in the ninller. Jlre. Maine lias done and in doing nil in lier power to do, while Secretary l.iuine lia? given much time and thought 111 the case. About two weeks ago a petition for-Mrs. .Maybrick's pardon signed I v Mrs. Jlarrinon and the wives of tho j;: 'inber? oi/the Cabinet was sent to JlinUtcr Uncolu for presentation to the tjuccii- ' AXOTHEIl Ni;U' IXDUSTRV bcrured by the Huuldinniiuu Company? Whirr* t'nrpeiilern Can Find Employ. nicnt. gptdal Ihfjtitch to ihf. Int(lli<jtn/xr. Uuckiiannon, W. Va. Sopt. 23.?Tho Uuckhanuon ijind Trust Association have closed a coutract with parties at t?OliIn. io erect and operate a JI "II,./.., , chair factory on their land, which will employ seventy-five wen. They will comiijen< e erccfiiitj buildings at once. Win. J'iaccus <k ton, tanners, of PittslurL'/i, art.- 011 the ground putting up their buildings and machinery. Twentylive carpenters are wanted at*once. tin: winrk failure. Ouc of Their Wealthy Depositor* Secured. AttnrluucntH Iqtuod. Sr. Louis, Sept. 23.?StephenV. White, of the lirra of .S. V. White Jc Co., of New York, which assigned yesterday, has transferred the house No. 3272 Westminster Place, owned by him, to Mrs. Jane K. Allen, of this city. *- "" Knnlforo fnr S. \ . W 11116 OC UW< >1 Ul U i/u<4nuii) ?va Mrs. Allen, and the latter having a large turn of money on deposit with the llrm in New Yorkj the transfer was made to protect Mm. Allen. An attachment (or $430 was sited out by the Hnbbard-Bartlett Commission Company against the W. L. Green Commission "Company, St Louis, correspondents of .S. V. n bite & Co. Iten Ili-others and the White Failure. PirrsDUKOii, Sept 23.?lien Brothers & Co., the Pittsburgh brokers, who wero compelled to dose their business pending a statement from S. V. White A Co., have issued a card, in which they snv they had yesterday deposited witn "Whiter Co. over574,uuu in eaan. j.uu linn also had large amounts of grain and M.riiritie3 in their hands for sale. They have decided to decline all buaiuess until they know where they aland. Jciiluusjr Canned It. Chicago, Sept. 23.?William Lewis, colored, in a lit of jealousy this morning, shot John Moore and Maggie Sells, both colored. The woman died in a few minute.-?, and the ninn now lies at the point of death. The Sells woman was Lewis' mistress, but deserted him for Moore. Karlv this morning Lewis effected an entrance to tho room in which thoy wore sleeping and began shooting, with tho ellert r.oted. 1/3wis is Raid to have hcrvcil in the penitentiary for killing a woman in I-ouiaville. A l'ntul H'rcclc. Cjiattanoooa, Ten .v., Sept 23.?-Sovcral persona wero killed or hurt in a bad wreck on the "Western & Atlantic railroad Ja*t night at Smyrna, Go., 15 miles from Atlanta. Fireman Cox was hilled outright ami Engineer llocknoy was badly liurt and two mail clerks worn sliL'htlv iniured. The accident was caused by a passenger train rundins into an opon switch and crashing into a fruight Ko passengers were injured. Ilirtlnfcctlnie Conmingra. M.tnitiD, Sept 23.?Tho work of disinfecting Consuagra and clearing the town of tho wreckago, rubbish and tilth left by the flood is now so adTiuicod that there is no longer of an epidemic there. The inhabitants are now provided with an abundanco of food. The Mayor of Consucgra estimates the loss at ?480,000. Flremmi Killed. West Plains, Mo., Sept. 23.?About noon yesterday tho engine of the first fjection of a through freight train of tho Kansas City, Fort Bcott <fcGulf road was thrown from the track noar hero and Fireman Forester killed and Engineer l'olenian severely but not fatally scalded. The wreck was caused by a coupling pin placed on tho track by some unknown person. Henry Wnttcrson, Sr., Dying. louismu, Ky., Sept 23.?The Hon. Henry Wattcrsoa, tho venerable fatlior ut the editor of the Courier Journal, ;is lying ut tho point of death at tho reaiwnco of his son, in this citv. He is tho sole survivor n( the Twonty-slxth Congti.-s, having been tho youngost member oi that body, and during the years i;l his activo life was u distiiigufalied t:.:ure in national politics. Hurchnrd 111* Xaiutooa, X. Y., Sept 23.?The Rov. n. u n it i i * l_ _ i'i. o. n, ijurcnaru, wno was a con- | Bpiouous ft.Tiiro in the presidential camj'ai^n of 1884, is critically ill in this city. It Must Cense. IIamhsih'uo, Pa., Sept. 23.?To-day insurance commissioner T.upor sent n letter to li. K. Wenninger, President of the Aurora Firo Insurance Company, notifying liim that tho company has been issuing bomla contrary to law and that it must cease. The bonds already issued are to be redeemed. The Drouth Continue*. Vatoaua, III., Sept. 23.?The continued dry weather is becoming quito alarming m this section. It baa been over a month since rain ol any consequence has fallen here. Pastures are Completely burnt and tannors ore hauling water und feeding their stock. The President at Lynn. I.wx, Mass., Sept. 23.?Mrs. Proaident Harrison, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. McKee, and tho children, arrived ?i i.ynn this attornoon, escortod by C. -A. Collin. The guest* Tore takon to Mr. Collin's rctiaenco, wlioro thoy woro entertained at luncheon. tlireo ltoys KIU?hI. Cmt-.too, Sopt. 2S.?Three boys rang>ns in ago between 11 and IS years, *i'fe killed 011 a train at tho Stock yarj* this morning. Thlor liaiuus veiv: i'etcr. Foster, Ernest Gallon, w:d tho third ?u known iu lieorgo Foster. Thov woro stealine a rldo on a freight car loadod with luinbor, and the lumber (fell upon them crushing them. THREE fiUItlOL'H ACCIDENTS, ltatmood FurnUhc* u Hutch of In tore it lug News. John Ilnhbard, a young man who accepted tho position of attending to tho river pumps at tlio Wheeling steel works; met with two von- painful accldeuts Tuesday night while attending his work. IIo' hod his left hand caught in the machinery, one linger boiug cut off and two others bndly mashed. Ho had his hand iressod by Dr. Jluskins und continued his work. .Shortly after midnight he went down stairs to look aftor some levers, and rendered nervous by the pain of his bruised hand, allowod | * - ' 1 * ? i? i.. i ......? ? iiia rigut ?riu \v ud ^uu^uy uvuiwi. v??w levers und crushed from the elbow to tho wrist. It was a shapeless and pulpy muss, and amputation is imperative. Another serious accident occurred yesterday afternoon. John Swinebergor, a carpenter, employed 011 the structure of the Catholic church, fell from the top of the wall, a distance of forty fcot. His leg was fractured at the thigh and ankle. It is also feared that he received somo internal injuries, lie was carried across the street to a boardin; house kept by Mrs. Diebold and nodical assistance at one procured. Tho doctors are extremely doubtful of his recover}-, as this is tho second uccident of the kind he has mot with. About two years ago ho fell from tho tube works and received injuries of a serious nature, but luckily recovered. Tho B. 0. Railroad hus turned all tho switches lying in tho vicinity of tho Wheeling Steel Works into tho hands of that company, which now has quite a largo forco of mou at work reparing tho road for use. Tho B. & 0. Company is also putting in a now Htono wall at the entrance to McMillan Bros'. Coui Works. This lias long been needed, as the wall was very unsafe. Complaint was yesterday made against Louis Warner for wife beating, lie is an extremely worthless fellow, working but little and spending the little he uurns iur jiuu.muuiud, wtuug w provide for his family. Philip Ferdinand has taken a turn for the better, and faint hopes are entertained that ho may yet recover from his burns. Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Wheeling, was in town yesterday, looking after real ostate in McMechon. Mrs. C. C. Sprouts, and son Elmer, leave to-day for Pittsburgh. Waiter Geraclity is recovering from a severo attack of typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowore are visiting friends in Ohio. BELLAIRE. All Sorts of Local Now* anil Ootsip from Hio Gloss Cltj. Tho Democratic county executivo committcoinot in Squire Cooper's office Tuesday evening and was in Weston quite awhile armngingtho details of tho coming campaign. Tho committoo is composed of it. 0. Mover, George Linn. J. it. McConncil, hmil Schmidt and Squire Cooper. N. S. Hopkins wont to Smitliliold yesterday, where he drives Maud A. in the free-for-all trot. He will hnvo to meet Kentucky Bird, the half brother of tho famous Allorton. ATrj Tbnniu Wliitn ilioil fit lior llfltrifl in tho Fourth ward lost night. Tho fun urn I will take place to-day at two o'clock. Tho wifo of Eph J. Real has brought Suit against some saloon keepers for soiling to her husband in violation of tho Inw. Tho wild hog pot out at Robinson's circus Tuesday nigh t' hero and c^cated considerable oxcitemont for a short while. A son of "William Shultz is suffering from an injurud leg, the result of a fail from a band stand. Tho Church of God will hold an oys tcr supper in mo enure 11 sepiomoer sj and 2U. W. W. Eobinson and wife, of East Liverpool, aro visiting In tlie city. Oapt. John Dippold, of Pittsburgh, is in the city, tho guest of Mr. Klotz. Sol White, tho bail player, is back from Now York. Leon Sonneborn is in Coshocton 011 business. UltlDGKl'OKT. Current Sews Item* from the old Town across the Blvur. Tho following eases woro disposed of yesterday by MayorMitcholl: John Mc| llaniels, drunk and disorderly, one dollar and costs; Frank Bauer, drunk and disorderly, 0110 dollar and costs; Frank Lnvy, Uvo dollars and costs; lino suspended on his promise to leave town for 0110 year; Frank Wegenton.for fighting, two dollars and costs. It Henry put up ten dollars for his appearance on the charge of being too kind to prisoners in a ^quidway; Robert Brcsock will have to answer for carrying concealed weapons. Morris Cope, Esq., county commissioner of Bounont county, will rcyiovo his family to Chattanooga. Tenn., to morrow. Mr. Copo is ono of Jiclmont'a staunch Republicans and rospectod citizens, and just such a man genornlly as it is bad to lose. Tho bost wishes of a host of friends follow him to his new home. Tho town ib full of paving brick men with samples of their wares. It hus not been decided what brick will be used. Jacob Carnes, of Wellsvillo, returned home yesterday after a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Clom Branuin. Mils Cora Summers, of Caldwell, 0., is tho guest of her brother, Mr. Frank Summers. Miss Hannah Smith is at Medina attending the wodding of Miss Carrie Collins. Vnrtli Woof nf rhlnnffrt in visit. inn Bridgeport lriends. Mrs. Laird leaves to-day to visit friends at Cincinnati. For Bdkns, Scalds, Buoises and all Ealn and norenoss of tho ticsli, tha grand onachold romodr is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Bo s'ure you got tho genuine. DINNER nnd Supper at G. A. R. Hall to4?J. t Two (tannine Harvest Excursion* will bo rnn from Chicago. Miiwnukeo and othor points on the lines of tho Chicago, Milwaukee & St l'nul railway to points in Western Minnesota, Northwestern Iowa, South and Xorth Dakota, Nebraska, Kansoi, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Montana, at cheap excursion rates, on August 25 and September 29,1801. tu Sunilay Excursion*. Commencing Sunday, May 31. and evorv Sundav thereafter, tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company will tell excursion tiekols to Pittsburgh and return at $1 50 and to Washington and return at $1, good returning Sunday only. na Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. FOUR WAYS TOCORE k COLD. Any one of the four followiuR vrnyi is good, l?* the one that t agreeable aud convenient. I. Buibe the feet in warm water, taku n wineglassful of ?omo pure stimulant (whiskey preferably) in hot wator and remain in a wurra room. II. Iiatho the face in very hot water frequently for an hour, take a little pure whiskey in hot water and go to bed. It 1? well to remember thai the whiskey must be pure. III. After having taken a winegloMful of pure whiskey in hot water, suutf hot halt water up the n011ribs a few tiniea. itepeat every three hours. IV. Take *ome active exerciae in tho open u!r, nud on entering the home take tome pure modicinal whi?kev und thou keep warm. In uslug whiskey fur curing a cold or any oth* cr purpose it should alway* be remembered that any other tbau absolutely pure whiskey 1? haruv ful iu iu effects. Duffy's pure Malt is the only reliable standard whiskey on the market. Itf purity and value ore vouched for by tbe leading doeton? and scientist* of thu day.%.'You can gel It from jour druggist or groccr. Jfuke no aub? ititute. jy -Th M Alt TIN'S FERRY. Tho Barrow* Muetiug?Street Paving. 1'cmonal and oilier Note#* A special meeting of tho City Council wan hold last niglit. An amendment to thu ordinance relative to furnishing Bridgoport with water was passed, this roquiring Bridgeport to comply with tho rules and regulations of the Water Board. Much was said about tho flro brick on North Fourth street; nnd the appointment of the taxpayers' committee on insDection was confirmed. This commltteo consists of Rev. Father Mattingly, Dr. A. It Ong, Bon Kxiey,Jr., Jauios Kerr and E. J. Hoyle. The mooting adjournal to next Monday evening. Tho ofiicers of Laughlin Council No. 21, Order of Ohio, instituted on Tuesday, are; President, K 0. I'adelford; Vice President, J. D. Tannehiilj Accountant, K. J. Chow; Treasurer, James A. llayless; Past President, J. T. Ilunes; Guide, C. A. Morris; Warden, C. 1'. Morrison 7 Sontry, N. Falkur. The Republican mooting at tho Opera House to-morrow evening, to be addressed by Hon. Julius C. Burrows, of Michigan, promises to be u great success. Mr. Burrows is an orator of cominandinir power and ail eloquent end powerful champion of American iiidus i ? K41UO UltU ItU UUIICDV Uuiilll. L. L. Kogere had his left eya badly injured ut Spencu's shop on Tuesday and A. B. Gordon, another employe, met with u similar accident yesterday. Mrs. Tillio SchVeincr, Mrs. Ella liryson and Miss Amelia Schreiner attended the Nixon-Wood wedding at Wheeling on Tuesday. Jolin Palmor's company played the "Fall of Pompeii" to a tiur sized audicnce at tlio Opera Houao last night. Mies Mattie Exley ontertalned tho King's Daughters at her home on Fourth street last evening. Mrs. W. H, Williams, of Broadway, id visiting relatives and friends at New Castle, Pa. Mrs. A. P. .Sheriff, of Cadiz, is visiting her parents, Captain and Mrs. II. VT. Smith. Tho local lawn tennis tournament commenced at tho Arcadian court yesterday, A collection of ono hundrod minerals has been secured for the high school. l(ov. C. O'Mera was at Stoubenvillo yesterday. Tiie peculiar enervating effect oi summer weather is driven oir by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which "makes the weak strong." tt Half Itatos to ?>'irouion'n Tournamoat at Atlantic City via B. ? O. H. It. For the firemen's tournament at Atlantic City, September 29th?Octobcr 2d inclusive, the Baltimore & Ohio railroad will sell round trip tickets from all stations on its lines East of the Ohio river at rate of one fare for the round ' trip. Tickets will be sold from September 25th, to October 2nd, inclusive, and will be valid for return passage until October Oth inclusive. This low rate is not restricted to firemen, but is open to I the public, and presents the last opportunity of the season to eiifpv a cheap trip to tho seashore. The Baltimore & I Ohio railroad provides fast limited express trains via Washington* with Pullman sorvice, and offers the only double traek route to the sea. Tho tournament will consist of parades, torch-light processions, and all kinds of firemen's conI ?/>nM(innlii?ivno ftf tirnmim.nf companies of all the leading cities of tho East, and will be one of tho many attractions which Atlantic City affords at I all seasons. For more dotailed information as to rates, time of trains and Pullman accommodations, apply to nearest Baltimore & Ohio ticket ajjiini. Tommy?"This is tho hist pie you made, ain't it, ma?" "Yes, my son." ! "That's what I thought. I rcckon you had to painttho stuflingin with abrush, it's so awful thin."?Texas Siftings. A l>rtmm of I May be followed by a rooming of "Jji Grippe." Easily, ontl why? Because tbe dl?placement of [ covering" iu bed, a ncglected drought from a partly closcd window, an open transom con j nuctcd with a windy entry in a hotel, may convoy to yotir nostrils and lung* the death-dealing blast. Terrible and KWift uru the iuroadu mado by thl* new destroyer. Tho mcdicatcd alcoholic principle In IIoKtottcr's Stomach Hitters I will chock the dire complaint. A pctwlstency in this preventive of It* further development will absolutely ohodkmate thu dnniceroiM malndo. Unmeditated alcoholic itimuhuita lire of little or no value. The Juiit medium is tho Hitters. Not le*8 efficacious i* it in cams of inalnrla, bllI iouincM, constipation. rheumatism. dyspepsia and kidney trouble. Thcwenlc are usually those uimn whom disease fa.?tonn flrat. Invigornta : with the Bitter*. The Soap for Hard W ater is Lerib^: DRUGGISTS. THE "PRINCESS" Uoaclacllo Powder*. CDRFX IN TEN JIINDTES Fou Sxus BY DHOviGSSTi. mr20 CLOTHING, ETC. -yy\\NAM AKEll& BKOWS. 2,000 New Fall and Winter Samples rOB GENTS' SUITS AND OVERCOAT* ?M5C?YW> BY? J. Jfl?. FERRBL, au!7* | Agent, Cor. Mulu uud TwcaUo'lt 3U. NEW FALL AND WINTER ST Geo. R.' 1150 7UCHIN RNE 1153 2VCKRKE" IwMiii French, English i r>r\nnn DKfc^> U New Fabrics Visiting and Eve CLOAK DEPJ Shoulder Capes, Long Berlin Cape Fur Capes and English Walki Alaska Sea LongKrirr Long As And a Great Variety and Fur Trii IsTIErW G In all Depai ANDFRESH ARRIVA .1*1 ~ GEO. R. 1 "oTiTwell su OIL WELL SI 91 and 92 Water Stre< Manufacture and Sell Every Artlol ?AT? APTPQT AM /~\.l MLiUKlil Either for Gas, Oil, Water or BOILERS, CAS ENGINES, FIT1 DERRICKS, PUR TUBING, COF BRASS AND IRON GOODS AND For Steam, Gas, Petroleum i ? g CATALOGUES PRICE LISTS pjffey3 [g? ON APPLICATION. /C=A TH to Satisfaction C EACH CAN OF THE COOKS BAKU FULL STRENGTH, FULL WEIGl MERITS AT THE LOWEST POS WITH QUALITY. COOKS Quarters, COOKS Halves, COOKS Pounds, Sold by all Crocerg.' Want to. Rea Growi ADYBT IN TH1 Wheeling Ir COVERS THE W __ _ __ ? OCK-GEO. R. TAYLOR. _ T aylor, STREET r STREET. ? w 1 ma American .oituiJ oaaoa u no '7'fi pv/t.f) OODS. for Street, ning Gowns. K TimMmim iftliiLMU. is. Muffs, ing Coats, 1 Sacques, imer Capes, trachan Capes. f of Small Furs mmings. 003DS rtments, LS DAILY I ^ JiL ^AYLOR. PPLIES. JPPLY CO., st, Pittsburgh, Pa. o. Tool or Appliance Needed WELLS, Mineral Tests. j4H ING, M rrnns. flJs E fC^BAKING \\\Q)PQWDER Guaranteed. VQ POWDER IS GUARANTEED IT, AND fa^SOU'p ?N ITS 1SIBLE PRICE CONSISTENT Retail at 5 cm Retail at 10ct3. Retail at 20 ctb. Try a Pound Oaru ich a ng Region ? ITISE uemgeiicer. 'HOLE FIELD, REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE. .Two lot* in a vcrr dwitatya location In Mounrlsi'illc. at a low ifourc. A good lot on McCoiloch street, desirablo location. One of tbo host manufacturing si to In tho cltv, fronting on two railroads. Light roomed house on North Front and Eontucky streets, Island, very cheap, for short time only. KJght roomed house on South Huron street, $-\*w Good business corner In Centro Wheeling. Farm of twenty-eight acres, three miles from city. cheap: ?!,&*) on easy payments House of fire rooms on Eoff street, bolow Fortieth street, I1.H0U. Home ol tlx rooms, ZHi Wood street, in good oonditioa, 82,'AW. Uouso of ten rooms, brick, on Chnpliho street, between Forty-third and Forty-fourth streets, cheap atft.030. House of three rooms, on Forty-sixth street, ground 22x100 feet to same. Sl..m I IIoiim of *?vcn moms. 2231 Eoir street, 93,600. Home of four rooms At corner of Elghteoutn street and Alloy (J. 81,000. Lots on North Huron. North Erlo and South I'enn street*. Jrland. SW) to 8400 ouch. | Full lot on Jacob street, with a five roomod brick Louse in tho rear. 82,400. I Ten roomed house at a bargain on North Muin street. Five roomod houso. 2515 EofT streot, $2,900. I Half lot on North Main struot, 8U by 133 foot. I $2,300. Half lot on EofTstroet, south ol Twenty-eighth | street,ft.000. I I-ota uu liotTand Jacob streets, In North Bon* wood. Lots In McMochon, nowly laid out, cheap at 8120 to 8275 each. Lots in Zano's Orchard and Old Fair Ground additions. I beautiful lots In A. H. Patterson's addition to . I Elm Grove at low figures. I Choice lots iu Glondalu. House of Are rooms. In good condition, 2311 Jacob utroct, ground ?5x100 foot, 1.000. * Largo lot at Kdgingtou Lane. Ptfteeu lots iuFifttt ward in Fllan & White's . addition. Half lot at ea?t end Twetity-sevonth street, 855a House of four rooms. Near Holliday's Cove. Brooke county. W. Va,, ' ?....?.,1 ,/ain Ilirill iiw nciin, mil .u?-v .r.v tlld *tock farm. One hundred acres clciir, tho bnlauco being good timber, utblerlald with two good veins of oonl. One vein of flro clay in oil und gas belt, l'rice. $7,003 on easy paymenta. nesbitt"&~devine. 1739 Market Street. teg FOB BZEHSTT. A Month. i No. 62 Thirteenth street, four rooco*-....?...fll 00 No. 2320 Main street, I'd lloor 10 00 No. S412Morkot street 9 00 No. 210.2 Main street, store room...'.......,....... 10 00 No. 215s Main street, aiore room..i..~ 1*? 00 No. 2142 Alley A ? 00 Farm of ISO acres, one inilo east of Bcnvrool Junction. ?123 t>er annum. ! Twenty acres of laud near Ben wood J unction. S10 per acre. Lot on Twentieth utrcet west of Market 8t...l0 00 FOR SHLB. Two desirable residence# on Chuplluo at root. Two lot* on Chuplluo street. i iH-slrablo building site, fronts hixty feet on i^urm rruuk aircui, cuuuiufc m/ uiw uuv? 400 Xcet No. 1025 McColloch street, ground 63 by 120 | feet. Do?lrable reddenco on Fifteenth street. , I.ota In belvrduro ucMitlon. I No. If 03 Jacob i-treet. No. 1-iq Fifteenth street ICO acres of laud, Sally county, South Dakota. No. 1226 Murk el street. i I'iO acre farm between Sbcrrnrd and Washing* I tou Fork, Murshall county, W. Vu. No. 21 and 23 Twentieth stroet. Lot on South Front alreet U 81.000 Cottago, Mounilsvillo Camp Ground WJ , Cottiiue, Mouud-svllle Camp Ground 100 ! Two lota, Moundsvllle Cump Ground 20J No. :W3t and .'W? Wood* street Thrcc-rooiued house, National road. $700. Double frame bouue on Baltimore struot x>o. iw miu ai ouiooiuu RuvL't. No. 2031 ond 2033 Chuplluo atroct Tblrty-llvo aaroaatoneaudcoal land, Rash Rao, Ohio. Seventeen und one-half acres land, ono-half mile tveat lower point of Island. Three and one-hull acres of land near Wort Lfborty. No. 43GQ Wetzel street, ground 50 by 300foot No. 2831 und 2333 Wood street. ! Twenty-one allures lUvenddo Oluas Work! stock ut a bargain. No. 2> Alley B, corner Alloy B and Alloy i. Price. ?GW. Nos. 61 and CO Alloy 10. i Nos. 2901 aud 2900 chuplluo street No. 8028 McColloch street No. 2GW Market street. No. DC Ohio street No. 231-1 EofTatroot. No. 2C00 Main atrcot. JAMES A. HENRY. Bcal Estate Agent, U. 8. Claim Attoraoy. Export iu pension Clulras. Bel l r 1612 Market Street. . Real Estate for Sale. Frame dwelling and new frame liotel at Manntmrtnn. W. Vat lot tfTxlGt feat. oil Mala Street, ?.(?): Improved property northea.it corner Tblrtrflrst und Chapllno street*; around 100x160 feci Bent* for per annum. Easy term*. No, 1<V> Zone street. Island, brick dwelling. No. 2000 Chupllno street, brick dwelling, 11 rooms. Nod. 1025 and 1027 Main street, new, bridgo cor* ner. No. 1033 Cbnpllne street, brick, 7 roorai. No. l.V? Sixteenth street, brick. 4 rooms. No. Ill" Alley H, frame, four room*. No. 3:-03 McCo'loph -tree!, line brick. 7 looms. No. 823 Market stri ot. tine brick dwelling. No. 1522 Mniu street, busluess block. ' No. 77 Main street, brick dwelling. SI,800. No. 18.S Jjontb Itroadwuy, frame cottage. No. M South York street, frame cottage. No. til" Main street, river view, brick. [ No. 1210 Ityron street, brlek dwollitifr. No. 2JS North. Front street, frame dwelling. No. 68 T^iirty-llrHt street, lino brick dwelling. IUNEHART & TATDM, tela 1314 Market Street.. FOB SALE. Pix-roomcd dwelling house, lot 40 lect front, running buck to low water mark, No. 1W North j York struct, lor 81.400. A good substantial five-roomed brick hnuio, only n few years old. northwest corner of Kiev* OUtb and Koir hlrcc t", 91,550. A bang'tip good gix-roomcd homo. lot 22x143, both guscs and water, No. 42 North York streot, 82,8007 , Hx-roomcd houao at 018 McColloch utruot, lot I 40x120, for fl ,700. Konr-roonicd bouxe 2715 Moyitou fttrect, noff bouse, lot 'Stizv't, |l.?0. Eleren-rooined brick house, brick stable In rear, corner Twcntv-slxth and lio.T streets, ! U.?0. You cannot got better vuluo for money than any of tboso properties TJiilUUxttr lot* nt Hltn Grove, Plcnsuut Yalloy, Moumlftvillc, (i lendule and ull part# of the cityut very low price*. ?U25 ii. (>. SMITH. V.'iS HarWt StrtoL TRUSTEE'S SALE. ?JUtUSTI$K'S SALE. lly virtue of a deed of trust made by LouU C, Eruat and Mary E. Krnxt. bis wifo, to mo a* trustee. dated July li?, imh), recorded In theolliceof ; the Cl'-rk of toe'County Court of Ohio county, We*t Virginia, in Deed tof Tnut l^x.k Ka :tb, pngtf515, I mill nell ut the north front door of tbo , Court Homo ol fnld county, on SATURDAY, THE 24tb DAY of OCTOBER, 1881, eoninicncIUKut !0 o'clock a tn? the following described property, that 1* to ?uy: A hi.- a nf lmul >itiiiiu-(l on Wheelliur Islnnd. in the city <?f Wheeling. Ohio county* Ww?t VIr* alula, bounded on the wont by onurio Mreut, on tin* north by land* < f George Zillix. on thu wwt by the wert chwunel of the Ohio river, on the couth by New Jersey struct, ami being nil of tho land marked r.? sonnre No. C on tho plat of Oil* chrUt'* addition No.8. Tnuaof Bai*:?t'osh. W. J. W. COWDEN, Truitoc. W. H. HAl.lxa. Aui'tloucyr. nol'J machinists. I JJXMOVED, REDMAN & CO. Jlave removed their Mactilno Shop to tho net# corrugated Irou building ou rhuplino street, bo* tvrecu Seventeenth and Klghlfentb stiecls, anil are now ready for bimlneju at thu new plaoq. i%? pictures &, art materials. "VTEVV bTOGK. I XX Fresh Bine Print Paper OF TOE HIGHEST GRADE JCST RECEIVED BLUE PK1NTS MADE TO UIUJER. At AK Eton. 1221 Muket BUMt myia E. L. NICOLL. SUMMER RESORTS MONTEREY HOTEL, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Ocean Kud New York Arenas. , Fear hot and cold tea' water battu and all plan* nf interest Comfortable rooms. Excel* lant tabla Je-a E. K. NKWQOMKR.