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WITH MILITARY HONOR
Llout. Thomna Harria Laid In tho
Gravo by Hla Comradoa.
IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES
At IIIh Gravo In Greenwood Ceme
tery Yesterday Altoriiooti~Cnrlln*fl
Old Hnttery Uojm Turn Out In n
Body to Pay the Last Tribute of Ho
spcct to Another Member.
Death has lately mado Bad inroads
into tho ranks of tho Carlin battery
' hoys. Tho old comrades of that com
inand liavo always been noted especial
ly for their comradely feeling, and It
was with u fooling as if they had lost a
brother that they yeatorday afternoon
turned out to pay tho last tributo of re
spect and affection to another of thoir
eld companions inarms, Lieut. Thomas
i Im'tIs, whoso death at his home at
?. in this county, was chronicled
in iho lNTUi.L!aK.NCER yesterday morn
ing. Tho funeral was tho occasion for
especially sad reflections on tho part of
those of Captain Carlin's boys still loft
in the land of tho living, not only bo
causo the mombers havo been rapidly
passing over lately to join tho great
army beyond, but Lieutenant Harris
Mas an especially popular member of
tho battery with his comrades, and his
death was a personal sorrow to all of
Twelve or fifteen of the surviving
mombers of Battery 1) went in a body
to thehouso at Clinton and oscortcd the
remains to their last resting placo in
Greenwood cemetery. Tho pallbearers
were all also comrades of tho dead man.
They were Albert Redmond, John Heed.
Phil .S. Flotchor, Thomas Wilson, lien
jam in Exlev and Henry Seamon.
Kev. Dr. It. U. Swope conducted tho
religious services at tho residonco at
noon, and tho battery boys held the
ritual services of the G. \ K. at the
grave, which wero unusually impressive.
In apito of tho weather there was a
largo crowd of sympathizing friends
present, both from Clinton and old
soldiers and personal friends of tho
dsad man from tho city. There wore
also quite a party of nailers and other
old acquaintances from the Ohio side
of tho river, where for years Lieutenant
Harris was employed.
By tho request of the family taps
were sounded over tho gravo by tho
company bugler, Theodore Holler. Tho
casket was borne to tho gravo draped in
tho old colors of tho battery.
Wanted sit rurkorHbnrg.
The police yesterday received a tele
gram asking that they try to find and
arrest Charley Smith, alias Lewis, a
mulatto, wanted there lor the assault on
}lrs. Annie Marquis, at 1'arkersburg, on
Saturday. Tho man is said to havo left
there for here on an Ohio river freight
train on Sunday. He has two front
teeth out, and is otherwise easily recog
nized by the description. Tlie tele
gram said that ho would probably be
found about the wharf or on steam
boats. Up to a late hour last night tho
f>olice here had not found any sign of
lis having been here.
November Weather Kosumc,
A recapitulation of tho daily weather
reports, made by Christian" Schnepf,
the Opera House druggist, shows that
eleven days in November were fair,
four cloudy, nine changeable and rainy.
It was clear on three days and three "it
snowed slightly. Tho seventh day of
tho month was the warmest, with 70
degrees. On tho eighteenth, tho cold
est day of the month, the thermometer
fell to IS degrees. The average temper
ature was 45.5 degrees, tho average rain
fall 2 G-10 inches. The weather llag sig
nals missed only twice during the
Tito ilonry Uurlomiun Company.
The Ilenrv company, which appears
at tho Grand on "Wednesday and Thurs
day evening, is conceded by tho press
and public of the larger American cities
to be tho leading traveling travesty or
ganization. It will appear hero with
tho original New York programme,
shorn of nothing, and contains in its
ranks some of tho highest-priced talent
obtainable. The initial feature, or first
part scene, discloses a score of very
pretty women, clothed in academic
gowns, representing scones in a female
seminary, introducing some splendid
singors, catchy music, laughable repar
tee and ludicrous situations. It is to
tally devoid of burnt cork or negro tal
ent. In this act will be seen for the
first time hero the magic piano and tho
automatic cow. A splendid list of
vaudeville entertainers next appear, in
what is commonly known as tho olio.
"Xho Midnight Alarm."
This exciting drama will bo given at
the Opera House to-morrow and Thurs
day evenings. The Evening Journal,
Chicago, April 13, 1S91, says: For peo
ple who like sensational melo-drama,
"Tho Midnight Alarm," which is at
Havlin's this week, just fills tho bill.
Thero aro constant thrills from tho
rising of the curtain in tho lirst act,
and the applause was frequent. Tho
Btorv is tho old familiar one of a street
waif, with relatives and a fortuno kept
in tho background by a designing vil
lain. Kate Pearson portrays tho de
serted child, and her work was appre
ciated. There is a real engine ana real
horses in this play, and they streak
across the stage a? a climax to tho
fourth act. Standing room was at a
premium last night.
Frank Daniols and his company cave
that favorite farce-comedy, "Littlo
Puck," at tho Opera llouso last night to
a good audience. Tho play made as
pood an impression as when it was new;
indeed, owing to tho enlarged company
and the new specialties introduced it is
almost a new piece, only tho central
idea of tho original play remaining.
Daniels is as inimitable as ever, and his
company is made up of competent peo
plo. Bert Ooote, Miss Sunsom, the
Clipper Quartette and Miss Deaves de
serve special mention.
Lovers of the melodrama, correctly
prosented, will bo delightod to read
that Peek & Fursman's "Daniel Boono"
company will bo at tho Grand Decotn
bor4an'd5. Mr. Peck gives this com
pany his personal attention, a guaran
tee that tlio performance will be com
plete in every detail. All should be
6ure and see the parade at noon.
Booth may visit Irving in London.
Now Fanny Davenport is writing a
book about the stago.
Arizona Joo whipped a Harlem man
ager for canceling liis date.
lloyt's "A Temperance Town" will
first seo tho light at Columbus in
Tho Josephine Riley company has
^broken up already?a. caso of "It so
sooii I'm to be done for, what could
I havobeguu for?"
SCHOOLS IN EASTERN* OHIO.
Hums Intrrmttnit Stutlmlc* froiu n Lr?f??
According to tho "school finances"
bulletin just Issued by tho census ofii
cinls tho totnl receipts, expenditures
and value of buildinvs and other prop
crty in the counties of Beltnont, Jeffer
son, Columbiana, Noble, Monroe, Guern
sey and Harrison in Ohio aro as herein
Ilehnont?Totnl receipts, $144,314; to
tnl expenditures, $108,1)75; vnluo of
building* nnd property, $*118,000.
Jefferson?Totnl receipts, $117,170;
totnl expenditures, $113,052; vnluo of
buildings nnd property, $200,900.
Cohunbinnn?Totnl receipts, $148,880;
expenditures, $137,742; vnluo of build
ings nnd other property, $187,800.
Monroe?Totnl receipts, $53,583; ex
penditures, $31,121; vnluo of buildings
and other property, $117,005.
Noble?Totnl receipts, $-17,347; ex
penditure^ $40,018; vnluo of buildings
and property, $98,100.
Harrison?Totnl receipts $55,010; ex
penditures $55,140; vnluo of buildings
and other property $131,100.
The totnl receipts in tho stnto wore
$10,443,531; totul expenditures $10,755,
,240, and tho total value of buildings and
other property $32,031,519.
The public school system of Ohio de
rives financial assistance from the stnto
by menus of tho stnto school tax, tho
irrcduciblo school fund nnd the rentnl
of the sixteenth section lands, The tnx
for school purposes in 185)0 wns $1,738.
745, nnd the income from tho school
fund nnd tho rents of lnnd amounted to
$243,204. Tho amount raised by local
taxation was $8,11)8,830, nnd tho inconio
from lines, licenses and other sources
THE FIKLD FAILURE.
The O\vuor?lilp of 1'uimi 1'aclflo lloml* tho
New York, Nov. 30.?Thero was no
mnterinl change in tho aspect of n!lairs
at the oflico of tho suspended firm of
Field, Lindley, Weichors & Co., this
This afternoon it wns said that a care
ful estimate of tho net loss will proba
bly result from tho failure of Messrs.
Field, Lindley, Wiechers <k Co., is about
$?S00,000, of which $400,000 will probably
fall oii tho Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany, and tho balance scattering. As
an oil-set to this loss, there is the in
vestment what the firm had mndo in
the Cuban sugar refineries, which is es
timated at $300,000." Whatever is real
ized from this asset will lessen the loss
first inontioned. Tho announcement
that the Union Pacific company is
ready to take up tho bonds from present
holders created a much better feeling
in Wall street.
A number of innocent holders of the
Union Pncilic stock disposed of by the
lirm held a meeting this morning at
the office of a prominent Wall street
broker and drafted a petition to the
committee on securities of the Stock
Exchange requesting them to rescind
their action making the stock non
deliverable. The interests of the Union
Pacific have been placed in the hands
of A. II. Holmes, whoso ollico is in tho
Mills building. Mr. Holmes realized it
would be impossible for the Union
Pacific to regain possession of bonds
thnt had fallen into the hands of inno
cent holders and requested the com
mittee on securities to release such
bonds from their order of Saturday.
Upon his order it was done, and tho
stock can now be handled on the
Exchange. There still remain a Rood
number of the bonds, the ownership of
which will likely have to bo settled in
Mr. S. V. "White denies owing any
thing to Field, Lindley iV Co., but that
on the contrary that lirm is indebted to
Assignee Gould admits that there
has been crooked transactions, but at
tributes it all to Mr. Field, and savs lie
is confident that his partners knew
nothing of it.
lie denied having had a conference
with Cyrus W. Field with reference to
helping his son, but thought that ho
would naturally come to his aid.
Cyrus W. Field has transferred his
property consisting of two parcels on
the southeast side of Lexington avenue
and Twenty-first street in this city to
Isabella G. Judson, of Irvington, X. Y..
At Blnclcburn Market?A Number of I'or
sniis Killed and Injured.
Manchester, Nov. 30.?A mysterious
explosion occurred in the ninrket at
Blackburn, a place 30 miles from hero,
this morning by which three buildings
were completely demolished. It is
feared that at least twenty persons have
been killed. As yet no reason is known
for the-disastor, nut a rigid inquiry is
being made to ascertain the cause.
A later dispatch says that before the |
police could make a thorough search j
for the dead in the ruins which had
caught fire they were a mass of llames,
which rendered approach impossible.
The firemen responded quickly to the |
alarm, but as yet have not succeeded in
oxtinguishine the fire. It is pretty cer
tain that any dead in the ruins will be
burned beyond recognition. Six per
sons received serious injuries in the ex
plosion. It is difficult at present to es
timate the number of deaths. The
first reports were no doubt exaggerated
throuuli the excitement. Later and
more conservative estimates place tho
loss of life at ten.
BLAINE "WILL PROMULGATE
Ills Ultimatum in Regard to tlio l'rosl
clency In n Few Days.
Cincinnati, 0., Nov. 30.?A Times
Star Washington, D. C., special says:
Secretary Blaino will, in a few days,
publicly stato his position with refer
ence to tho presidential nomination
with a view of putting a stop to party
factions, that he and President Harri
son have reached an agreement which
looks to tho success of the candidate,
and not to an individual promotion.
l'eunnylvnuln Oil Notci*.
Pittsburgh, Nov. 30.-?The Forest Oil
company struck tho sand at their
James McGregor well No. 1 this nfter
noon, and it is doing forty-fivo barrels
an hour. Tho Neelv No. 1, of W. L.
Mullen, started ofr at forty barrels an
hour. No other wells came in. The
production was 55,GOO barrels and the
stock in tho field in tanks 1-10,000 bar
rels. This is a docreaso of 17,000 bar
rels in twenty-four hours. The runs
were Gl,934 barrels. Tho new produc
tion in the McDonald field is 32,'JSO bar
rels, a decrease of 15,000 barrels 6ince
last month. There is a decrease of
twenty-four dry holes, Two hundred
and forty-fivo new wells aro drilling and
eighty rigs are building.
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla. 8
The "Wheeling Building Association
is still open for new members. Meets
Saturday evenings at otfice of Franklin
Insurance Company, No. 34 Twelfth
ACCIDENT A Ii DKOWMNG
Of 31orgnn l.oug, h Wealthy i'ariuer of
Fprfjat DUpalch to the JnltlUgcnar.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., Nov. 30.?News
roaches hero to-<lny that Morgan Long,
a wealthy fanner, who lives about aovon
milo3 abovo town, was accidentally
drowneil oil* -tho wharf boat at Cincin
nati yen told ay afternoon.
Mr. Long*, in company with two othor
gentlemen from this county, took a
largo lot of stock to tho Cincinnati mar
kets last week, and as no particulars of
tlio accident hitvo boon received it is
supposed that iboy had made sale of
their stock and were in tho act of re
Tho terrible accident has cast a gloom
over tho whole town and vicinity. Mr.
Lung was one of tiro most prominent
and popular men in tho county, and
his sudden death is tho solo topic of
conversation. Tho deceased was a
member of tho Masonic order ot this
place in high standing.
FIRE AT OALinVliLU
Caused by Ovnr-l'roniure of CIiis?l'our
Sjxctat DUpatch to the Intclllacncrr.
Caldwell, 0., Nov. 30.?At Dexter
City, eight miles south of this place, at
a very early hour yesterday morning,
occurred the largest lire in tho history
of that town. Four dwelling houses
wore entirely consumed and tho fam
ilies turned out homeless. F). 13. Mosc
ley's bonne and contents were entirely
consumed, and the family barely es
caped with their lives. Loss $800; in
sured for $500 in the Dayton company,
of Dayton. Mr. Mitchell s threo houses,
occupied by William Harbor and Seek
edge, woro consumed. Loss about
$1,000; no insurance. Thoeauso of tho
(ire was over-pressure of gas.
lJUKMOt) TO A CRISP.
Tlio Awful 1'uto of a Woman who Trial
to Thaw ? Water IMpo.
New York, Nov. 30.?Mrs. Edward
Lyon, tho wife of an olevated railway
employe, went to the basement of her
homo to-day to thaw out a frozen water
pipe. While thus engaged tho woman's
clothing took fire and she ran scream
ing upstairs to tho second floor Jhd
rushed through the window to the fire
escape balcony, where the shrieked
wildly for help, the strong wind fanninir
tho liames which blazed madly about,
causing a great crowd to coiled in tho
street below. No one seemed able to
aid tho wbman and she stood in plain
view of 500 horrified people while her
clothing was consumed to tho last
shred, her hair burned clcso to the
scalp, and her blackened, charred form
exposed a horrible sickening spectacle.
Mrs. Lcitch, an occupant of tho ad
joining apartment, heard tho commo
tion and rushed to the window in time
to catch the body of -Mrs. Lyon as she
fell torward dead.
Narrowly K?eitpcd Suffocation.
Chicago, Nov. 30.?Fire this mornim;
in a four-storv building at tho corner of
West Madison street and Oakley avenue
caused an aggregate loss of $55,000, cov
ered by insurance. Tho principal losers
are Duberg it Co., dry goods, and the
Palais Royal department store. Tlio
upper floors of the building were occu
pied as apartments, and some of tho in
mates narrowly escaped suffocation.
Straight University Hulldlogt Damaged.
New Orleans, Nov. 30.?The main
building, a frame structure used as a
library and several small buildings be
longing to the Straight university for
colored people, was destroyed by fire
this morning. Loss $30,000; insurance
l.S.Goon sells dry goods tlio cheapest.
Is a complaint so common that comparatively
few people arc entirely free from It, so insidious
tbftt it gains ii lirm hoid almost before its vic
tims arc aware of its presence, so dangerous as
to seriously threaten tlio general health, and
liable to develop into bronchitis or
It is a mistake to consider Catarrh merely a lo
cal trouble. It is un<iucstion:ibly a disease of
the blood, and therefore the right way to cure
Catnrrh is to remove from the blood the im
purities which cause nnd feed it This is to be
done by tnlciiiR Hoods Sarsupnrilln. Ihe great
blood purifier, which effectually oxspels all
traces of poison and germs of disease.
"1 have been troubled for years with
and have never received the least benefit from
the many so-called catarrh cures. Of Into I
have been taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and can
honestly say that I am certainly improved I
know Hood's Sarsaparllla to ho a good medi
cine." II. A. Gkop.ge, Athol. Mass.
"For years I have l?ecn troubled with that
terrible dbagreeablo disease, Catarrh. I took
Hood's Snrsaparillu with tho very best results.
It cured mo of that continual dropping in my
throat, and EtuflVd-up feeling." Mas. S. D.
IIlath, Putnam. Conn.
Is the best blood purifier, the best nervo helper,
the best strength builder. Try it.
HOOD'S PILLS?For the liver and bow
els, art easily, promptly, eillelently. Price 25c.
drTl. l. sherrod,
? IF* IE2 O X X* X ? TP,
HAS OPENED OFFICES AT
NO. 1525 MARKET STREET,
Where he will treat all diseases of tho
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose!
Eye glasses accurately adjustod. Cross eyes
straightened without danger of pain. Pterrigi
nus (a ftlm that grows over the oyes) romqvod.
(painless). Cataracts extracted. Tumors, droop
lug of lids and other forms of oye troubles re
lieved without pain.
Catarrh of ears positively cured in short time.
Dcafuess?no matter of how long standing?
cured or bcnetltcd. Enlarged tonsils removed
(painless) or cured by pleasant local remedies,
'lbroat atfectious in any form treated by most
modern method. Catarrh, that most loathsome
of all diseases, acknowledged by the general
practitioner to be incurable, positively and
speedily cared by ray method, which can bo
used at home with most agreeable, effective and
pleasant results. Deformities and growths of
the nose cured by simple method.
Rcferkxcis:?Kcllevue Hospital Medical Col
lege. Manhattan Eve and Eor Infirmary, and
New York Eyeanc Ear Intlrmary.
Office Hours?From 9 to 11 a.'in.; from 2 to
5 p. m.: from 7 to 9 p. m.
Otllces permanently located at 132') Market
strout. onnosltu nostoillc*. E026-XU.W
v/%_ He Shrinks
*' '' 'vu from Washing
So do woolens and flannels, if they're
not washed properly. Try the right
way. Get a package of Pearline,
and do as directed. Your things
't shrink, and they'll be
brighter, and better,,
ever before. That's
the beauty of Pearline?
washing is not only easier,
but better and safer.
Tilings that you wouldn't
dare to trust to the wear
and tear of the washboard
. arc washed perfectly with
Pearline. You save work, wear, time and money with it,
but you can't do any harm.
I'oddlcrs and some unscrupulous groccrs will' tell you,
"this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S
FALSE?Pearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends
you an imitation, be honest?^;;./// buck. U13 JAMES PYLE, New York.
FREW & BERTSCHY?FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
Our First Wortl is Bargains
And All From a Practically Unlimited Lln9 of
*1- BRIGHT i?
Facts and Figures Convince All Corners That wa Offer tha
Opportunity of the Season in
Parlor and Bed Room Suits, Mantel Mirrors,
Standing Cabinets, Wardrobes and Sideboards,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Rugs and Mats.
In this department our facilities nre unsurpassed. We are prepared
to conduct burials in a most satisfactory manner. All modern undertak
ing appliances. A NEW WHITE FUNERAL CAR, the finest in tha
city. Also, a FINE BLACK FUNERAL CAR. Competent manage
FREW & BERTSCHY:
INTo. 1117 U$/Ir4?:ix Stroot. ?
HAM M &. CO.?FURNIT'JRE DEALERS.
HAMM & CO.,
Furniture Dealers and Undertakers,
DOT THIS DOSn?N FOR 7S F3C7;
That our cstabllnhment is a model ono In every rcspcct.
That In our attractive assortment, prompt scrvlco aud fair treatment, our customers aro amply
and wulsfactorily served.
That while we cannot give you something for nothing, we aim toglvoa good, honest deal
every tiuio. Wo Invito your personal Inspection.
Undertaking In Its Several Forms a Special Feature.
Telephone Calls Answdied Day oh Night.
Et CO.. loss mhin ST- '
E3ASM0D RESTORES Si
tho wonderful remedy
13 aold with n writ
ten srtmrnnte? to euro all nervous diseases, fuchrtll Weak Memory,
Lonsor Brain Tower. Headitclio. Wakefulness, Lost .Manhood. Nightly Etuis
fclous.Nervouitnunn.Lnssltude.nlldralns and lossof poworof tho Generative
Organs In either rox caused by over exertion, youthful crro-s. or excessive
?v ^use of tobacco, opium or stimulants which toon lead to Infirmity. Consmnp
J^5^y3kjtlon nnd Insanity. Put up convenient to carry In vest pocket. SI per pact
nt'o by mail:??for ?5. With every5} order wo_cire a written guarantee to curs
BEVoaK am>a?tiuxcsi.\o. or refund the momy. Circular free. Address Xervn Need Co., Chlcugu, 111.
For sale in Wheeling by tho LOGAN DRUG CO.. Tenth and Main street*. oc^'diw
CHARLES SEIBERT, Agt.,
1516 SOTJ^5?33: STHHE1T.
K**~Orders by telephone will receive prompt attention.
K'VlK-livercd in barrels, keg* and by t!:'.- raseiln all p.tris of tho city nr.il vicinity. no2S
UNDERWEAR-C. HESS & SON'S.
<r Jh.. Et <o s
WOOL FLEECE KNIT.
FORMULA. OF CONSTRUCTION".?Uospun
Wool, Knitted into meshes of a cotton thread
Lasls the Theories of l'rofs. Voii Pcttcnkofer,
Partes, K reiser, lluck ami others
ADVANTAGES.?Capillary action of unspun .
wool upon the body. Greatest Hydroscopic :
qualities and non-irritating. Intcraticcs nat- |
urally formed, Mores body temperature, pre- '
vents rapid Radiation during Climatic
Changes; also aiding Transportation of .Mois
ture. I'orosity, Elasticity, Perfect Fit and
INDICATED in Rheumatism Kidney Disease
(Nephrites), Pulruoimrv Consumption, Ca
tarrhal Touble.?, La Grippe, ctc.. as well as (
a general Prophylactic.
Note.?Features accomplished recognized by
tho lied leal Profession since 1881. ulsocn
dotted by U. S. Army, U. S. Navy, Police and
rou SAI.E AT
C. HESS & SON'S,
Merchant Tailors and Gents' Furnishers,
1323 arid 1325 Market Street.
I HE INTELLIGENCER
lb X CLLJU; A-ND I'SliS-NTAULE l'.LPiJl
WALL PAPER, BORDERS. ETC.
THE LATEST NEW
Wall Mouldinga, dbo.
FOR T1IE SEASON OF ISM.
All tho latest styles, nn<l at tho lowest prlcoi
ever shown In the city. Also l'alnts in aH'colow,
Ghiss of nil sizes. Hrushcs ol all kinds, uud I'alnt
ii'K and Taper Hanging in ull brancliw done on
GEO. E. KURNER & CO.
39 Twelfth St., Hear Market St.
Goods or Every Dcsckiptiox
1107 tolf Street.
aui!-Tihw Tclcplionp 117,
W~ ANTED immkdiatelv-u.
D1K3 nn<l youtur glrU to mirk for n? ni
their own homes; lomethlugentirely new; 51t?
jHoaMIr mndo; no Vn!,lt^rfMSMl\YVs:r Ac(^'M.1
Aolf*atl(lcvx>c?l envelope. ECHO MAMJtACTl it.
INC, co.. i Liberty Square. Down; Mom. octi'
WA NT131>?FOR T11K UNI rKI)
STATUS AltMY, able-bodied. unmarried
men. between the ago* of M unci it?years. Good
rnv. rations, clothlujf and medical ailcndanco.
ApplIciiniN must bo prepared to furnlMi
factory ovldcneo as to ago, ehnmoler and liablu
Apply at 1131 Miiln street. Wheeling, N\. \u.
iorn-s!JUitnii,wiiKi:i,iN'0 & ken.
1 Tl'CKV KAIUIOAI) COMPANY.
I'Ifrsuuiinii, l'\. Nnvi-miior 17, lS'Ji.
NOTICK TO KONDHOIiDKHS.
The undersigned will rroelvu tirupouds until
DifeniborT, IS'.'I. lor the sale to them 0(31,000.<m
ol tho First Mottgago.Honda of tho Pittsburgh,
Wheeling A: Kentucky Railroad Company. I,.r
the purposes of tho Hlnklng Fttinl, a* provided
in the mortgage socurlng the bonds, dated Oeto
er 0,1877. THOMAS D. M1XSLKU,
' W.l\ 111'IHIAUH.
In pursuance of tbo by-lawn of the West Vlr
glnla Exposition and State Fair Association, a
meeting of tin? stockholders will bo held on tho
fith (Saturday) DAY UK bECEMHKH. ism. i,,.
tween tbo hours of 2 and 5 o clock p. m., In tho
roomof the Hoard of Commls*louera of Ohio
county. Wot Virginia, for tho purpose-of hol.j
lug an election for a Hoard of Directors to servo
during tbo year 1SW. and to transact any other
business that may bo brought before the meet.
juyi A. HEYMANN,
0V.0. 8. Ottk, Secretary. [no'2.'?l President.
^?ONEY TO LOAN,
1 SECURED DY FIRST doitTGAGE IS OHIO
HEAL 1ST ATE.
R. T. HOWELL.
Insurance and Heal Estate Agent. Bridgeport. 0
Elegant Hew Basinoss Rooms on TenttiSt.
Will be completed by or before April 1.
J A MM L. IIAWLEY,
no2-l No. l>2i> MnlnStrei't.
|7*OU SAI.E?HAVING SECUItED A
JL lease on the Hots ford property for a num
ber oi years, near tbo new Union depot, whero
I will open a llrst-chuss saloon and restaumut oa
December 1.1 now oiler for sale my saloon com
plete, situated at No. -100 Main street. M. 11
LALLY. m?'. I
"|"S A KICKS, ATTENTION!?A 11A HE
J3 Chance!?For salo or rent, house and busi
ness; two-story frame house, double bake house,
with all necessary fixtures, cook, coal bouse,
stable and lliiUr house: lot ill1} feet itont. lit
feet deep. House contains nine rooi.i?. ?.;>o
store-room and kitchen, large cemented cell r,
water, artificial and natural gas. sewtr connec
tion; one liorsw, two wagons; baking 15 barrels
per week; the best location in tho cltv. Terms
easy and cheap. Wants to go into other busi
ness. inquire or address C. GANTKHT, Hvliuire,
gTOCKS FOU SALE.
M share. Wheeling ?t Hclmont Drldgo Cx
10 shares Wheeling Bridgo Co.
tl shares Haukof tho Ohio Valley.
10 shares Flro and Marine lusuranco Co.
10 shares Helmont Nail Mill.
50 share* Bollalrc Nail Mdl.
10 shares .Etna Iron andStoel Ci\
1L S. IRWIN*.
no21 Broker. No. 21 Twelfth street.
A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT F.DGINGTON.
Cheap aid on easy terms.
W. V. HOCE,
o"l-*? 1222 Mnrket Street.^
" TOCKS. BONDS A Jib HEAL ES
1 TATE FOR SALE.'
C sbarj-j B ridge oc T. 11 R. Gold Honda, SLOW
lOsharei iEtnn Iron and Nail stock.
?21 shires Utiitcd StaU? Glass Co. stock.
CO shares Warwick China Co. stook.
One brick building?l'.t)7 and l'.OJ Main street.
CO sharei Wheeling Fottery Co.
THOMAS O'BRIEN Broker.
Telephone i-U No. 1117% Main street ^
QALK OF VALUAnLK CITY PKOi1
lO ERTY. 1 will sell at private salo tho foil >w
ing property belonging to the estate of Robert
Campbell, deceased, to-wit: Tho Robert Camp
bell homestead. No. 11 South l'enn street; ttiu
property occupied by Mr. J. R. Moise. corue: of
couth l'enn and Zane streots; tbo west hal. ot
lot IS in U. /.ane's additlou ou the north sideot
Virginia street, occupied by R. It. Hurt, druggist,
and other tenants; bouse No. on east side >u
fcouth Penu street, occupied by Mr. fcaniuel I tm;
house No. 23 on Fatno street, occupied by Mr.
Charles J. Weity, and house No. 30 on same s tree'
occupied by Mr. John 1*. Smith. For prices uivl
terms apply at the oltico of Caldwell & Cidow.nL
nttorneys-ut-luw, over Gorman Haul:. Wheeling,
W. Yn. ALFRED CALDWELL,
j y 10 Administrator.
BUILDIIILOTS FOR SALE
Fort r-flvc Rnildin? T.oLs in Kick mill
LijmlwiMlt's Addition to the City
of Martin's Ferry, Ohlu.
These lots are part of twenty-one acres?on>
half of the property known as .the old Newlr.n l
estate?and aro pleasantly situated on gently
sloping ground: good natural drainage; a com
manding and pleasing view of tho city, as well
us of Wheeling and the Ohio River.
The location Is ccrtalnlv one of the choice*,
in tbo cltv, not far from a largo and commodious
school hotise. within a few minules' walk of
theclectrlc street ear line nearly completed, an l
within ten minutes' walk c: postotllce. rallroa 1
station, ferry landing and the Terminal 1UU
road bridge and other prominent points.
These lots and building sites will be sola oi
long and easy terms to anil purchasers.
For further particulars inquire at once o. J.
T. 11ANKS, or at the oll'ieo of the BELMONT
BREWING CO.. Martin's Ferry, Ohio, or O. A.
I SCIIA EFER <k CO.'8 Heal EstatoOtllce. Wheeling,
W. Va. .
lly virtue of n deed of trust mado l?y John
R. Robinson and Elizabeth Robinson, liis wife,
to mo us trustee, dated the 'Jlst day of January,
A. D. 1899, and of record iu tho "ofllee of tho
Clerk of tho County Court of Ohio county,
in Deed of Trust Honk No. JVt, page 503, I will
sell at pnltlio auction at the north front door of
the Court IIousu of said county, in tho city of
TUESDAY, Till- 17th DAY OF DECEMBER.
A. 1)., 1801. commencing at 10 o'clock n. ui., tho
following described real-ealate, towit: 'lbs
one-fourth part of ilot No. 10, in that part of tho
city of Wheeling called Centre Wheeling, b.'
ginning at the south corner of said lot, corner
to Chapllne and Twenty-sixth streets: thence
running in a westerly direction along the norlli
lino of Twenty-sixth streetslxty-ono (til) feet,
the one-half lencth of said lot; thoncc at a rfclit
angle in a northerly direction twenty-five (-'?)
feet, tho one-half width of said lot; thence at
t angles In an easterly direction alow: t!io
centre line of said lot sixty-one (61) feet to tho
west line of Chajdine street: thence at a ri.:!it
angle in a southerly direction along the
side ofChajiline street to theplacoof beginning
Tkkms ok Sai.k?One-third cash and as rnr.h
more as the purchaser may elect to pay in ca>h < >:i
the day of sale, the balance In two equal install
ments, payable In six and twelve months:r.?-.i
tho date of sj.le, notes bearing Interest to l>o
given for tho deferred payments and such note*
to bo secured according to law and the satis
faction of the trmstoe.
T. J. IIUGUS, Trustc"
W. 1L Haixkr. Auctioneer no
CURESIX TEN' MINUTES.
?Foit Salu uy DituaaisTiJ.?
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