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J're?t(l?n( VIlisting* MttUe* A Hlatoinflnt
Kn^nrdlng the Knd?wment Contruv?r*y.
Skw York, Oct. 20.?It wan n'.iilcd
yosterday that an oflort might be made
to sccure tho forfeiture of at least a portion
ol the $800,000 in endowments of
the Union Theological Seminary, made
nubflequent to the acminary'h contract
of 1870 with tho I'rcEbytcriau general
nniombly, on the ground that tho scminnry
had forfeited those endowment!
by abroj(?tiiixtla contract with tnc seminary,
The i'.cv. l)r. Thomas S. Jlnstiniis.
president ol the seminary faculty
and ox-utlicio monibnr of tlio lioajd of
trustees, vrhou asltod him nftdut it.
When ho assured tli.it there wifj not
tha slightest foundation for theitntomont.
"lo tho first place," said Dr. Ilnsti
nus, "our endowments wore all made
without my conditions whatever, consequently
they cannot bo considered 1191
ilnjiondent upon any action of tho soroinary.
In the second place, not u liiU'lu
one of our donors, as far aa 1 know, hfl-j
had any fault to find witti our action in
I ofnrencn to l)r. liriRRii.
"Of tho SSOQO.OOO in ondowmcnt*,
; 400,000 was beijuoathed by ex-(iov?rnor
Jlorcan, ?100,000 by- James
Jirown, $50,000 by tho lato Mr. I'ayorweathnr,
$5,000 by Russell bace, $5,000
by Marcollus lfartloy, and the balance
amo from various sources. John
Crosby iiroirn, son of James iirown, is
II member of our board of trustee#, and
voted with us.
"Now, as to tho intimation that wn
have violated our plodjjo to uphold tho
I'rosbytcrian faith by dijsolvinj; our
contract with tho General Assembly, wo
contend that wo have upheld tho 'Prcsfatih
Ai'or oini'n !?<? fntinrlafjon
ilHCIimi W...W .....
of tho the seminary in l&'IS, and that
the abrogation of tho contract with tho I
General Assembly could not rosult in
causing us to ceaso to be n l'rosbytcrian
body anv morn than did tho mere signing
of tho contract maku us n Presbyterian
"We purposely solentod James C.
Carter as our legal advisor because he
was not a I'rcsbytorinn und bad no connections
whatever with any Presbyterian
body. His opinion (published in
last Monday's Herald) has been submitted
to William Allon Butler, and ho
fully concurs in it. He will probably
he asked to write an opinion on tho
subject in the near futnro. Wc have
throughout acted under the bestadvico
and a year ago worn advised by oxJudge
Noah Davis that our action was
"But three mombers woro absent
from the decisive meeting last Thnrsday
and all were necessarily detained.
Dr. Hall was attending a wedding, William
A. Whooloek wan confined lo his
room by a sprained ankle and W. W.
Hoppln had just returned from Europe."
A BOARDING MOUSE: FIRED
At tlomeat0?(I?It Contained Thirty Non.
Hosimtead, P?., Oct. 20.?The nonunion
boarding house of lira. O'Neill
on Eighth avenue was set on firo last
night and would have been dostroyed
had it not been for Deputy Sheriff Ferguson
and Reporter iiutnley, of the
Tima, who discovered the fiamea. Mrs.
O'Neill's boarding home has lone been
un eye-sore in tho minds of tho disorderly
element here and sevornl attacka
havobeeh made upon theeatablishment.
Workers in the mill have been froquontly
assaulted there and much alarm
prevailed among the boardors. Owing
to innullicient sowerage facilities, refuso
is generally stored in back yards and
this was the caae of Mr8. O'Neill's.
There were several barrels of waste in
the rear of the houao and thoy were on
fire this morning. The barrols were so
cloao to tho houae that tho building
caught fire and the establishment was
filled with smoke, this stupified tho
thirty boardors and thoy would havo
been burned to death had not a warning
been given. There is no clue to the
incendiary, but a reward for his capture
ami conviction will be offered.
Tiro Homestead workmen returned
to work this morning, they wont to
Pittsburgh and caine up on tho train.
The presence and actual managoment
of Mr. C. M. Schwab does not seem to
effect tho strikers and they aro yet very
firm, though they do feel very kindly"
toward tho new manager.
The Street Hallway Men.
Cuvelakd, Oct 20.?Tho American
Streot Kailway Association, composed
of 206 street railway companios, went
into session yesterday. Mayor Koso
welcomed thom in an' address, which
wan responded toby the president, John
C. Holmos, o! Pittsburgh, l'apors wore
read and discuseed and Milwaukee was
chosen as tho next placo of meeting. In
connection with tho convention thoro is
a Inrgo exhibition of electrical street
Withdraw From tho Gunvass*
Memphis, Tens., Oct 30.?Colonel L.
E. Dyer, Republican candidate for Contrrcss
i in the Tonth congressional dis
vnct, lias wunuruwu irara uio iaie uu
account of a fusion between tho Third
party poople and I bo Kopnblicaus.
This loaves tho Hold to Hon. Josiali
Pattorson, Democrat, and G'olonol T. V.
Ncal, Third pnrlyito.
Tobacco Men Fail.
Columbus, 0., Oct 20.?Swisher Bros.,
dealers in leaf tobacco aud manufacturers
of cigars in this city, Newark and
Lancaster, have aakod for a recolvor.
The capital stock is $47,000. The failure
of one member of the firm to meot hia
obligations to the same is allogod as tho
cause for the application.
Speaker Cri?p May Speak.
New York, Oct 20.?Hon. Charles F.
Crisp, of Georgia, speaker of the houso
of representatives, arrived it tho HoQmnn
House last ni^ht. He will romain
in the city several ilavs and is announced
for a speech before tho Wholesalo
Dry Goods Democratic club, at noon
II. ? o. ftlrliUnil.
Baltixoue, Oct 20.?The Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad Company At its meoting
yesterday declared a dividend of 2} per
ccni lor six nontns ended June au. 1 no
not earnings for September, 1892, wore
$1,020,863, against $815,000 (or Soptember,
Lorillard'a Daucbur Slarr1?<l.
Nitw Yon*, Oot. 20.?The enu*Rcment
of Miu Maud, daughter oi Mr. and Mra.
Pierro Lorillani, to Mr. Thomaa Stiffen
Tailor was announced at Tuxodo rosierday.
Be da Plata, Oct. 30.?Twenty-fivo
new cases of chotora and nine dctiths
wore reported in tbia city yesterday.
A Governor LIohomiI to Marry.
CructsjuTi, Onto, Oot. 20.?A somewhat
singular thing was tho application
here yosterday by tho governor of
a s'.ato for u clergyman,s license to onablo
him to tolomniM a marrinjo in
. V, TV'.
Cincinnati. Governor Chase, of Indiana,
taudo the application. and. after
taking an oath to Nunport the cunstitution
of the state of Ohio, received a liceiuio.
Alios Harriet E. Chase, datiglij
ter of I). \V. Chafe, of this city, una
niccc of tho governor, was married by
him lout night to Mr. Schulicor C.
iiuryea, of this city.
KNIGHTS OP ST. OKORGE.
The Trouble In tho II inkuvMaj bo Sottlod
III tho Court*.
Detroit, Mien., Oct. 2D.?The fljrht in
the uniform ranks of tho Order of St.
George will apparently never be sottled
abort of tho courts unless tho supremo
body of the order decides in favor of
tho Robinson-Walker faction.
If it ilocn this it will officially decido
that tho Ord?r of St. George is an organization
has never officially recognized
its uuiform rank and is in no way connected
with it beyond the fact that tho
uniform rank is a recruiting forco of
tho order. Tho niattor is now in tho
hando of a committee.
"We shall incorporate at once," said
Adjutant General Graves, of tho Jtobinson
faction, "and as soon ns wo are incorporated,
will bring proceedings in
the courts and fight for the possession
of all official documents and records
now in Surlos's hands."
Tho Surlos people simply say that
they have rested their case with the
supremo body. Tho supremo officers
deprecato tho whole trouolo and aay it
shall bo settled.
THEN'I) OP TKADK.
I U. G. Dun & Co.'It Weultly Ho view of tlio
j New York, Oct CO.?It G. Pun &
Co.'e weekly review of trado:
Thoro ia still uo cloud in tho business
aky, unloss tho stntc of foreign trade lie
one. All home trado is of enormous
volumo, mating au aggregate of bank
exchanges outsldo oI Now York thus
in* in ft/ifsthnv nnvnr nniitillpd ill the
samo month of any previous vear.
Prices aro low, but merchants aro
pressing for inaro business at tho same
rates. All domostic industries are
crowdod with orders and works as a
rule aro fully employed, many being
pushed to over time by the urgent demands
resulting from an unprecedented
distribution of goods. .Money inarkots
are fairly supplied, and there is reason
to hope that some return of gold from
Europe is not far distant.
Tho money markets are nowhoro
stringent, notwithstanding the unusual
delay of returns from tho west or from
Tho textile manufacturers continue
tho extraordinary activity fully described
in roceut reports.
The iron industry feels tho impulso
of increasing demand and the market Is
The Cincinnati Citlbalia*.
Cincinnati, 0., Oct. 30.?Tho parado
' ? "? 1 1_
01 ine pupils OI tno VWllllOHi; uuuuuia ui
Cincinnati and suburbs this afternoon
was deeply interesting. It showed liow
thoroughly the spirit of patriotism and
of pride in tho achievement of Columbus
has taken hold of the Catholic
schools, but in the moro protentious
ceremonies set for to-morrow of a general
chnractor tho Catholics have boen
loading spirits. To-day's parade was
of enormous proportions. So estimate
of tho numbers had boon in advance.
Tho route was tho samo as that traversed
by tho pupils of the puplic schools
yesterday. It required forty minutes
lor yesterday's parade to pass, to-day's
was 0110 hour and twenty minutes passing.
It was easily twice as large as yosterday,
estimated at 20,000.
Notts Notes and 1'erAonals from Oar Noar
A silk handkerchief carriod in tho
campaign of 1840 is on exhibition at tho
postofheo news stand. It is a grandfather's
handkerchief and is twenty
eight inches squaro. The picture of
General Harrison appears in the center,
with this inscription below it: William
Henry Harrison, commander of tho
northwoBtorn army during the war of
1812. On the bordor appears tho Dieture
of a log cabin, barrel of cider, coons,
men plowing, angol of peace, etc. On
each corner is tho American coat of
arms and the words "Harrison and Reform."
Tho handkerchief is quito a
curiosity and is prized very highly by
Mr. S. B. Smith says ho is being urged
by several Democrats to becomo an independent
candidate for justice of tho
poaco. This ho positively refuses to do.
lie says ho was defoatod fairly and
squaroly at the convention, will abido
by the decision of the Republicans,
and will not, under any considoration,
run independently. Mr. Smith is a
Nearly all of tho bu9inoss houses will
close at 11 o'clock to-day. The banks
will not open and tho postoffico will be
open from 7 to 8, 11 to 12 and 5 to 0.
. ' *1 i ???:? ?.:n I?
fllOflr. o: tnu IIHUIICB n m uu tuiu. ...v
parade will toko place at 1 p. m. and not
thin morning, .13 lias been stated.
A boy of sixteen or soveuteon summers
called at tho residence of Mr. Edward
Mansburgor and Baid that Mr.
Miinaburqor bud sent him to cot S3,
presenting a forged order for this
amount. The name of the boy is unknown.
Tno now boll for tho German Lutheran
church arrivod yesterday nud was
placed in position yesterday aftornoou.
It was first tried about 4 o'clock.
Miss Nellie Smylio entertained a
numbor of her friends at her home on
West Walnut streot, in her usual pleasant
Mr. Charles Myers, a nailer at the
Lauchlin mill, has purchased tho confectionery
o! Mr. Ed Dillon, on the
Mr. Frank Mvors and Mils Lula
- l t.? !>?.. IT V
IX'0Cn wuro luurncu uv ucr. .. Ait
Campbell on Tuesday evening.
The now proipcctua of the Y. M. C. A.
is oat, ami persons wanting one should
call at tho rooms.
The horso and curt raffled off by
Charley Myora was won by Harry Mc(ilumphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bird left yestorday
on an extended visit to Milwaukee.
Miss AaaSelby left last night for Chicago
to resume her music studies.
Mrs. Jano Wattors, of Walnut street,
in viriting friends at Sraithbeld.
Hon. John Sliermau will ipeak at
tjavnaavilln TiiphH.iv tfnv*mhnr 1.
Col. C. I- Poornian will spoak it
Bridnoport Octobor 1'9.
Hanj; Groor had tho ond of his Biiurr
ground off yesterday.
Mils Carrio Frederick, ol /Ktnaville,
is quite tick.
J5ad Drain auk causoi muck aickuoas,
and bad blood and improper action of
the lircr and kidneys is bad drainage
to tho human iyitom, which Burdock
Blood Bitttcrs remedy. daw
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa.
All Sort* of Locul .N.wt unil Goulp from
tho Glnti Cltjr.
John Anderson, a colored man who
lias been Wu.?in,: at the lSvc! works for
Ion; time, wa' locked'up*ro?terday on
suspicion. A sheriir from one of tho interior
counties of New York arrived
here Wednesday evoning and announced
that iio was "in search of a colored
mail who lmd committed murder in his
county and escaDocL With ollicor Strobcl,
he sighted round until he found tho
man, and as ho answered the description
of the man ho wanted, Anderson was
arrested. ASteubenvillo man, the sheriff
thought, would identify him, but when
the Stouhcnville officer camo down and
saw Anderson ho said ho was not the
man. Ilia sheriff, howovor, docs not
want to thnke any mistake, and sont for
a colorod policeman at Steubenville,
who sooms to know something of the
fellow wanted, and when ho passes
judgment Anderson will bo either released
or held. Thoso who know Anderson
say lie is a quiet, inolTonsivo
man, and at hie boarding house it is
stated that ho was here .it work at the
time the aherifl Bays the murdor was
committed. It is in all probability a
caso of mistakon identity, but tho Now
Vn,t rtflWf mi va tlia III 11 r.!PTlT ig SOITIO
where in this vicinity.'
Tho Columbian day celebration hero
to-day will bo moroolaborate than anything
of the kind since 1S70. All organizations
in tho city will participate,
including tho schools, in the parado,
which will start promptly at 10 o'clock.
Tho school children will nisemblo at
tho park stand nt 'J o'clock, whoro n
prayer will bd otlcrod by Kov. A. II.
Williams, followed by u song by the
pupils, "America;" tho President's
proclamation will be read by Albort
Myers and u recitation given by Miss
Mattio Dawson, and then tho piiDils
will fall in lino in tho procession. Chief
George E. Morgan, assisted by Carl
Dorer and John Strobel, has chargo of
Tho 1 oss of tho I-antorn Globe
Works recently destroyed by lire was nil
adjusted yesterday to the satisfaction
of all concerned. * The insurance companies
have sixty days in which to settlo
and in this interim .Messrs. Bergtindthal
& Foulke will determine tho
quostion 01 rebuilding.
f-onator John Sherman will speak at
Barnosvillo on the first of Novombor.
It lias not been determined yot who
will speak here, but there is a loud call
for eithor Gen. Bill Gibson or ex-Gov.
J. B. Foraker.
Afr lfnnrv fllld Miss Minnie
Long were ninrriod at the homo of the
bride in lower town Wednesday evening,
and went to housekeeping in tho
Third ward immediately after tho ceremony.
Georgo Romick and Luthor l'arbot, of
the C. it P. yards hero, will go to Canton
tho first of next month on an engagement
with tho Valley Railway
Albert Rodofcr is in Pittsburgh examining
new tehrs in glass factories at
that placo with a view to having tho
same kind put in the new factory hero.
Tho pirtial eclipso of tho sun was
witnessed by hundreds of people hero
at noon yesterday.
Mr. Jacob Ileatherington and daughter,
Mies lilla, wont to Pittsburgh yesterday
on a visit.
William Parks and his sister, Miss
Mary, are viiiting Chicago friends.
Only good things are imitated, therefore
be sure that voui get the gonuine
.Salvation Oil, if you want to cure your
Low Rntafl to Wheeling via D. Si O.
For tho Columbian Day celobration
at Wheeling on Friday, October 21, tho
?? ?. <1. ?:i 1 11 ?II ?.?,
uiuuinoro cv kjuiu ramuuu v?m nun excursion
tickets at rate of ono faro for
tho round trip from Grafton, Cainbridge,
Washington, Pa., and all intermediate
stations to Wheeling. Tickets
will bo sold on October 21 only, and
will bo Rood for return journey until
October -2, inclusive.
A Cars for lUieumntlsra.
Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Toxarkana, Ark.,
is an enthusiast in tho praise of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, lie used it for
rheumatism, and says: "I found it to
be a most excellent local remedy." For
sale by 0. K. Goet7.e, W. W.Irwin, W.
S. McCullough, C. Monknmollor, S. L
Orice, J. Coloman, 0. Schnepf, W. C.
Armbrecht, tho Kurtz Drug Co., Lincoln
& Co., W. E. Williams. John Klarl,
A. E. Schcelo, and W. II.' Williams,
Wheeling; Bower & Co., Bridgeport, 0.,
and B. F. Poabody, Bcnwood, W. Va.
The Wheeling Nightsoil Co. has the
largest barrels and best facilities for
moving nightsoil. C. W. R'.xey, general
managor, corner Chapline and Sixecnth
streets. Telephone 15.
Dodicatorjr Goruinnnlo*, World's Columbian
Exposition, nt Chicago, lit, October
90, 81 and 28. 1802.
For tho above occasion tho Baltimore
& Ohio Company will sell excursion
tickets from Wheeling to Chicnco, Octobor
10, 20, 21 and 22, at reduced round
trip rate), good returning until Octobor
Both tho method and results trfien
Syrup of Figs is token; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses tho system
effectually, 'Jiupcla colds, headaches
sud fovers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to the taste and acceptable
to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly bencficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agrceablo substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo node it the most
populv remedy known.
Syrnp of Figs ia for sale in 60o
and $1 Kottles l>y nil leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hana will procure
it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
W FMItaaOQ. CAL
umuu.tr., ... MwroK.**
A WORD TO
in America, contain innuendoes ajraii
Dr. SYDNEY KINGRR. Pr*/r*t*r ef
Author of the St,inJard "ft
Thin cm!nont physicIan AC1
Prom the careful analyies of Professor Ai
Van Hoi/tun's Cocua is in no way iniuriour. to
I than other Cocoas.?It is certainly "pure" and
The quotations in certain advertisement* froi
inland cannot possibly apply to Van Houtbn';
The Jaltt reflection or. Van Houtbn's Coco,
tkority cited to injure it, fiat thereby been from
r^i t r> \ ti
'l HAVE MADE A BIG DEAL in Fl
of which vou will nover be nblo to renlizo
THE NEW PA
Aro really elegant in finish, material an
lliinc 'n that lino this Foil I can nflni
superior osiortmontof DINING ROC
most desirable materials and tho very lal
A I \/ A MI~M
Dealer in Furniture, Carpets, Oil Ciotb:
DUNCAN GOLD CURE?CHAR LEI
SPECIAL fair weather followed by Brig]
Treatment for t
Llijuor, Opium, Cocilno and Tobacco
FIRST?WK GCARANTKE A CUKE.
8KCOXD?Wo build up our patient from th
THIRD?Wo give uoshock to tho syBiom.
FOURTH?Our treatment renovates tho sy
FIFTH?Our treatment doe* not disable tl
tion wbUo undergoing it.
SIXTH?It 1h absolutely free from danger
SEVi N HI?Tho Liquor llnbit cured by th
EIGHTH?The Opium, Morphine or Cocni
NINTII?The Tobacco nnd Cigarette Habi
TENTH?Money refunded if no cure offect
Wheeling Branch of the Charle
Is now located at 1205 Market Stree
I?*A1I communications strictly conli
It. 1). MO I
Call on or addross C. X. COL EM A
JOHN' M. COLLIN'S, Bnsinoas Mauaeoi
Charleston Sanitarium Company, Ch
THE TEMPORARY WOODEN BRIDGE
Arrow Wheeling Creek, at Main and Sixteenth
streets, is oflerod for sale at public auction on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBERJ?. 1892,
At 10 o'clock a. m. Tho bridge has only been
up four your* and is in as good condition us
when built. It will be sold as it stands. TermCash.
By order of tho Board of Public Works.
ocl9 T. M. DARRAII, Clerk.
Y ALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Ing duly authorized, I will oiler for salo, at
public auction, before tne front door of tho
court House of Ohio county WcMt Virginia, in
tho city of Wlieollug, on SATURDAY, tho 22d
day of Octobcr, 189J commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m., that very valuable property situated on
the west side of Market street, in the city of
Whoeling, being the two houses and the ground
whorcon they aro situated, lying botween tho
property occupied by Stanton A Davenport m a
boolc storo. and tho proporty of tho Wheeling
Title and Trust Company. The property to bo
sold is that now occupiod by William F. Kroig,
, Jeweler, and a9 a restaurant. Terms of Salo:?
! Ono tbird of tho purchnse money In caih. and
the reMduo in two equal annual paymont* bearing
intoreat from day of sale, a lion to bo retained
to secure th? payment of the dofcrred
i pnrchaso tnonoy. Titlo nndispntod.
OC5-MW4F WILLIAM B. SIMPSON.
Thf. Old Reliable *
W. O. McCLUSKEY,
BALTIMORE, NORFOLK and NEW YORK
In can*. palls and ahells, evorjr day in the
Scar. WTi cater to. the trndo who want Good
lystcra Only, nnd in quality and prices challengo
Depot 36 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va. oc6
42 Twelfth Street.
jyjrYLES' ART STUDIO.
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muniH w *??WM -w ??<? "?w ?u'4
2154 7WOTIN STHBBT.
Are ?it?lnod only nt Pinoiu'n Oollory. Tho
lilRh-cloftx work sow bolng excouted Li boslnulng
ui tell The nailery l?fromiontiy crowilei
with natroni Tho re?l nub will loon bo otitho
F?lr nnd tho HolldtTa. Ordot your work
now. 10 that you will got it promptly. Citl and
"ToS PARSONS'S GALLERY.
1 / Studio 2154 Main Street.
*JOB + WORK#
I NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXKCOTED
1 AT T1IE INTELLIGENCER JOD ROOM*
THB wiaa '""""" ll
T8 FROM TRADE RIVALS,
cnomcnai #ucoe??ot H
nst It. and appeal to the authority of
Medicine at University Collect, London
'andbock o/ Therapeutics"
!UA LLY write* ah follow*:?
TTiHt.u and others, I am uatifctied that Messrs*
health, and that it is decidedly more nutritious
highly digestible. B
n my book on Therapeutics arc quite mislead- ffl
\ is thus effectually refilled and the very ??.
pted to give it a very ha nJsame testimonial. Ji
f x r i d c
JRNITURE recontly, the importance
i until vou have paid mo a visit
d desipn, and if you intend baying any
spocinl inducements. _Also have n
?M and BED HOUM 5>KTb in tno
i, Linoleums, Window Shades, Etc.,
STON SANITARIUM COMPANY.
it Day* durlnjr Wo IF YOU TAKE th?
he cure of the
Habits or Other Narcotic rolisons.
c inception oI our treatment.
bo patient from pursuing his ordinary vocato
Iifo or faculties.
roc weeks' trciitmonL
no Habits cured In fonr weeks.
t cured AT YOUR HOME in ttfo weeks.
ed If patient follows the trcatmont.
ston Sanitarium Company for
f GOLD CURE
t, S9oona noor, mcl.am biock.
tltlSON, 31. I)., Physician in Charge.
N. Business Manajior,
16 Market street, Wheeling, W. Va., or
arleston W. Va. ocU-mwak
Choice new Banquet Lamps,
with onyx stems, at ?5, $7,
*810, up to $35.
ISPNew goods arriving and
being opened daily.
I. G. DILLON & CO.,
1223 MARKET STREET.
PICTURES 4 ART MATERIALS.
[j\ 3 CLIMBING OP
fj 1,1 lTtohor nnd hlffhnr
fin public estimation.
Wo are told wo are
Wo aro striving to
deserve It by furnishing
and taleht in '
_ STATIONERY. BOOKS, ETC.
Nor Wi/o. Nor Blald. by Tho Duchess r>0c
Tho quality of Mercy, by W. D. Howclls 50o
The Unbeou Hridcgroom, by May Agnes Fleming
Raddle and Sentiment, by MlnonaOilman 50c
Viscount do Brugenoune. by Duina* 25c
October and November Mnjflulnes. Latest
weekly papers. Stationery. Campaign goods.
OclQ C. H. QUIMBY, No. 1111 Markot fitroet.
HEAVY AND LIGHT CASTIN08 IN BRAB3 AND
BRONZE FOR ALL PURPOSES.
RAILROAD, MILL AND MACHINERY BEAR1SGB.
SOLID OR BABBITTED.
BRONZE TUYKRE3, BOSII PLATES.
TROLLEY WHEELS. AND ALL ELECTRIC
WORK. ALUMINUM CAHT1NG8.
Babbitt Metal* of All Grades n Specialty.
TELEPHONE 039-S. BRIDGEPORT, 0.
CAMPAIGN CLUB* NEEDING DBUH
Will And It to their ndrantag* to rail and okainln.'
our Immense stock o! Dr.ims, tho prices
of trhi h vro will hu irantoc to bo lower t ian
can be bouebt (orvlscwhero. C.italog ica inailoi
?c2l F. W. BAUMER A CO.
g roe & co.'s finest
LUCCA OLIVE OIL.
O. E. MURRAY & CO.,
oc 17 l."06 Narkot Stroat
u a clea* and PaucyratLC panul
No town In the Ohio Valley has grown mora
rapidly in proportion to its sii2, during the
past ten years. than Mjundsvillc. For hoalth
and beauty of situation, it will compare favorably
with any town on tho Ohio river, and investors
will And it profitable to investlgnto its
many advantages. Ouo hundred dwellings will
be unulcd to supply tho demand for thoso who
will work in tho Weaving Mill aud Shoo Factory.
Apply for particulars to
J. G-XjZ32XTN* OOOK,
MonndsYille Mining & Mfg. Co.,
oeo Nounanriue, ??. vu.
Farm 36 acres. two miles from city: splendid
Improvement*; sultable for gardening.
Fruit farm, 21 acres, ono wile west of Bridgeport
Hou?oG rooms, lot 53x120, $3,000.
Double brick bouse, 8310 and 8312 Chaplino
street r> rooms each, wltb all luoueru improvemcnts.
House 3 rooms, Pipe streot; cheap.
2 lots in Haudhm addltiou, ebeap.
2115 mid 2117 Mala street, 48 feet front
Ilouso of six room*. 2018 Jacob street. ?nd
four roomed bouse iu roar. $(,&J0.
Ilouso of six rooms, 2020 Jacob street, 53,300.
Ilouso of six rooms and hall, with modern
conveniences, 4546 Jucob street Si,73a
Ilouso of four rooms, 2321 Wood street 91.350.
ilouso of Ave rooms, Fourteenth btroct, 93,000.
Home of flro rooms, Koif streot Center
House of eight rooms. Jabob street between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, ?S,30).
Throe houses on Moystou street, Sixth Ward.
Splendid farm, fifty acres. nine miles east of
c! ty, cheap.
Ix>t on Twenty-ninth streot. $3W.
One-half lot on MoCoilooh street. Center
one-half lot on McColIooh and Belmout
One-half lot on Chaplino street. Sixth Ward.
Ono of the be?t manufacturing sites in tho
city, fronttog on two railroads.
mcodi*tt q, nc\;iMi:
|\LOUI 1 1 00 UL V 11MU,
1739 Market Street. auSI
No. 2X1 Market stroat Sin 01
Not tM Thirteenth street, tnro.' room* 7 03
No. 10G Main street. three rooms....,... 8 03
No. 2,"<03 Woods street, tbreo rooms 9 03
No. 178 Seventeenth street 10 01
No. H'jfl Wnrren street 9 of)
No. 21A7 Main street. store loom 15 00
No. ft) 53 Wood 4 struct ". io oo
No. 2520 Main street, Ave room* 9 00
No. lOWMeCollocb streot 2,:?02
I.oton South llnrpu street .... 400
IHMmble residence. Chaplino streot .... 11,033
No. ?V|.Seventeenth Btreet 2,333
No. 144 Ninctejnth street l.tiOJ
No. 1QG Main Btrcot, storo room and dwelling
and a full lot - 2,000
No. 10:? chaplino street ? ??
No. 2102 Chupllno stroot 7.(XX)
No. 2322 Wood* street 1,503
Exlov lots. east side of Lind Btreot, south
of Tenth street, S15 a front foot.
No. 68 Thlrtv-tir?t street
No. 1125 Koll'streot. half lot 8,203
No. 46 Thirty-eolith Btroet - 3,r>0j
No. &? Thirty-eighth streot 2.533
No. 2904 and 291M Chaplino street 3,203
No. 1139 Charlos street and three lots 1.03)
No. 226 Sixteenth street 3,033
Na 1023 McColioch Btreet. cottage, brick,
Iir.vnn rninu imimwl ADrl'Vt fnnt 3.530
South Front street lots.
l'lca mnt Vulloy lota
3&jicres of land at Pleasant Vallor: now modem
homo of *evon rooms, aud two other houses
on said land.
FOIt PENSION'S?Write for Question Blank or
U. 8. Claim Attorney. Real Estato Agent, Collar
tor and Notary Public.
oc5 1612 Market Street.
STOCKS FOR SALE.
A block of Wheeling Steel and Jron Company.
Twontv-oight-shares Wheeling & Belmont
Five shares Wheeling Brldgo Co.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE
81.000 buy? a tiuo lot In Lcathorwood.
$400 buys a good lot iu old Fair Grounds.
A lot on North Front streot. River viow.
81.MO buvs a lot. gOxllU on Indiana street.
S-1C0 bays 25x122 feet on f outh York street.
SifX) buys 25x122 feet on South Huron street
8750 buys "0x112 feet on Nortu Huron street.
81,400 buys a lino lot on South Front street.
81,800 buys a lot 30x134 foot on Zane street.
No. 108 Twolfth street, b rick dwelling. 8 rooms,
bathroom, etc. ?lot 83x1 IM)feet. A bargain.
No. 1207 Alley II. ft rooms.
No. 106 X. Front street, 8 rooms, hall mid bathroom?lol
A nice residence and storo room on Wood
No. 187 8. Broadway street, 7 rooms and ball,
2-story frame dwelling.
A frame dwelling at Lcntlicrwood, 8"-,000.
Na Main street 0 rooms.
Na 1107 McColloch Htroot, 7 rooms.
MONEY TO LOAN.
RINEHART & TATUM,
City Bank Bnlldlng, Room No. 6.
Telephone 219. 0018
One of the best and most dcsirablo building
lots in Ohio county, the choico of WoodsdUlo.
dose to the motor lino and only a fow minute's
drive from the city, sizo 125x350. at a very consorvatlvo
Nig bargains in tho property cornor Twontynlxthand
Klevon-rooracd brick house, with brick stablo,
on tho corner of Twenty-sixth street and alloy.
Will oflbr thii proporty for a few days at lets
fir ice than it would co<t to build the house. It
n a good location for cither residence or busln?ss.
Will pay 12JS to 15 per cont as an investment.
Kix-roomcd house, with stablo in the rear, at
'. 3 South Huron street, paved Hireot, street car
A Nix-rooiucd house, with larzo yard. at 631
National road, intersection of Markot street.
Prioo ft, ?0.
Building lots ovcrywhero at low prices.
To Lot?Boat Hat in tho city.
Gh O. SMITH,
oo7 i;29 MAUKET 8TRKET.
No. 63 Tbirtyflfth streot, half lot, four rooms,
with summer kitohon and largo attic: 82.100.
Thrco houses on Wood streot, high ground
No. 3518.25? and 8611 S8W each.
Two houses ou Twenty*ninth, four rooms
cacti. SI.400 cocli.
Fivo lots 011 Twonty-nlnth streot, SO by 10)
feot, $600 each.
Brick house, flvo rooms and largo store room,
43'28 Water Ktreet. $2,500.
No. 8*10 Wood street, lot 30x103 feet. six rooms.
A good farm of 71% acres, ono and a half mllai
from tho city. A good orchard, six acroi in
grapes, has a Uvorooincd house, stable*. oto.. and
tho best of water. Will soil oneaiy terms or
trado for city property.
Loti in Hofllnaun'fi addition, thebeitvaluoln
the Kighth ward, on vory oosy terms, for a shor;
No. 4615 Jacob street, rents for 0210 -... Ill)
Na 41 Thirty eighth street, six roomt. now. 2,5))
No. 3124 Chapllno street, ten-roomed house
and two low. ,
Brick houso. four rooms and hall. Fort/*
firetaud Woods streets, full lot.
Pension Attornoy, Notary and Real Estato
Agent. Houses ranted and rents collected.
OiUce Na ?>17 Ju-ob street
European steamship and draft 'agent. Passage
tlcJfeti to and from all parts of Europe. Also
drafts to any polut In Europe. au20
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