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Ohio Valloy Trades mid Labor Assembly
the state labor commissioner
51 r. SydoiJHtrloker, a Grcoubrici
l'aruior, *'ot Accoptablo to Otiic
Vallt-y Labor Intorobta?A Itcaolu
tloii 1'uHHod Dououiiului; tho Govor
iior's Action ?Other Jntoroatiiij.
lhisiucs* Tiuutmoteil ui tho Meet
The regular semi-monthly mooting o
tho Ohio Valjoy Trillion unil Labor As
11.. i...M v<?ainniiiv iiftflriioon. xvii
HtJUIUi/i j ? j ,
but lightly attended.
Tim Martin's Ferry hod carrier'
union reported detonates choaon to th
a.soiubly aa follows: A. F. Walkor, C
Chairman Milliwatt of tlio arbitratioi
committee roportoil tho committo
made th rco dill'oront attoiripta to ae
General Manager Jolly of tlio stroo
railway company rolativo to tho stroo
railway atriku troubles, l'rusidon
Doblersaid ho had scon Mr. Jolly, wli
had claimed ho hud lived up *t<> hi
ui-reeuionU made with tho assembly.
The invitation to take part ill th
Columbian Fourth of July culobratio
was road by tho socrotary. Duluital
Cirot'an did not liko to have uotio
lakuii by so sliui an attendance and wn
in iavorof havinii tho invitation roterro
to tlio various local unions. Mr. Milli
jjan said his local union hud alread
indorsed the proposed colobratlon nil
..jruiHl to tsiko part in tho parade.
The LojfljetU* Moyors tobacco boycot
caiuo up in tho form of un otlicial notic
from the St. Louis A. F. of L. organizi
...... ?linf tlin hnvpntt. lutrl h[>on ilurlnrn
oil. Tho iwsombly postponed uctio
unlit its next mauling.
A communication was rend from Hot
William L Wilson regarding tlio cai
dlducy of Proaldent ltomun Dobior fc
nnsi!ii-'ration iiiapector. He promise
to co-oporato with Mr. Doblor's friundi
A letter regurdiug tlio atime muttc
from Congressman l'endlcton was alt
A lettor from tlio ollicors of loci
uuioii No. 15, A. F. W. U., Martin
Kerry, regarding tlio witiidrawal of the:
delegates to tho assumbly was rond.
claims that they recoivo no beuell
from membership in tho assembly, bl
expresses surprise that tho boycott c
tlio Nortbwood glass works is propose
to be raised. It also goes on to say thi
the boycott has not boon tho succoss
was thought it would bo. There wi
sumo discussion as to what to do wil
the communication, it being propose
that it bo roforrod to the organizatic
committee, also to tho glassworkers' o
gatiizution. One deiegato was in fuvi
of declaring the boycott oil'; if thoglas
workers' union wants to stay out I
them stay out. The communicatit
was dually referred to the coiumittoe (
A communication from tho Uniti
Hatters of Amorica relative to tho d
wand in Wheeling for "scab" hats w
read. Tho president spoko of the mi
tor and said it wu? a common sight
Wheeling to seo union tnon wearing tl
hats of a prominont boycotted man
furturer; lie at the same timo doplor
tins state of aflitirj. Tho couimiintc
tion was referred to the various loca
?nd the hatters' organization was 1
quested to furnish the assembly wi
Miitablo literature rogurding tho "seal
hats and hatters.
Mr tlhiirlon MnrnincRtnr rnnnrti
tlmt liu aud liis collousuo had visit*
tho Koontz mines and hud rocoivi
sixty or sixty-llvo signatures (or moi
borship in tho coal minora' union. 1
thought a number could bo secured
re-enter the organization, but that son
of thou could not bo iuducod to jo
tho union of coal minora. Tho rope
of Delegato Mornlngstnr was considor
vory encouraging, and tho commit!
Secretary Suulsbury said that at tl
next mooting commlttooi to mako i
ruugoinonta for tho Labor Day colobi
tion should be appointed. Ono doleira
was of tho opinion that tho appoii
uient of cominittcos should bo po
poncd until after tho big Kaurth of Ju
celebration. In this conuoctlon J:
liroitan duplorod tile small number
ineiaborj who aro attending tho moi
iiisa of tho aSBOinbly. "Wo are dr?
ping along vory slow, 'and if wo koop
up wo will booh drag ourselvos
A motion was proposod Instruct!
that letter.) bo sont all dologatos i
questing the attendance of duty i
credited delegates to tho nssomb
The motion provailud.
Til* LA Hon COMMlUlONKIUnit'.
A dolegato offered u motion that Gt
ornor MacCorldo bo condetnnod tor 1
action In not appointing John Con
ran commissioner of labor. Tho I;
providing for the labor commission
it was said, waa hatched in tho asso
bljr, and tho law atatod that tho co
uilsslonor mail bo Identified with lali
intorosts. "Kot a druggist," si
There was ooiuiiderabto discussion
l arulng tho motion, and ono delegi
wanted to know what ofleet tho passu
of inch u motion would have. Anotti
"naworod tbat it would linvo ell'
( ii iUKh. "Tho iiovornor may have t
two in his bonnet fir another oflli
and labor organizations do not f,
"1 hoy do ivhon tboy go to tho poll
A author diylognto was In favor of
resolution cotidomnlng tno govorno
action, which1, thouuh wrong, mli
liuvo liiten taken conscientiously.
adopted' r W,ol"tl?" w"'s flu"
Ittmlnil, Tbajt tho Ohio Vnllov Trai
?"d Labor Alisotnbly do hor'obv
nuiince the amotion of Governor' M
fhle in failing to comply with I
t'onlfna/ theofflco of stnto lal
< 'inrolaalonpr, after his lUotitlnti v
' ,0 M>*oattor by the n<aoml:
I.I Tho niio uibly feels ogrlovod that
?vernor Appointed a man ?a la
,\'T?l"t1on?r?ho has never boon Id
tilled vMli organised labor, oxcopt a1
luimbor o| the I,-arniors'Alliance, i
Nydanitrleltor of Greenbrier eoun
who miih the iilecosiful candidate, i
latiner and politician, who wnB a can
onto for tho Dotnocrutlc gubornato
After the paisago of tho toiollltl
the latombly adjourned,
H'AtT" dotnandi a lionltlijr II'
in?e Miiiuioiih Llvor kouuliitor for i
1'cpsla mid Indigestion.
100 ilusun silk Mill. loc, north ??e, n
i.. h. noon * co.1
I he day has past wlion n trust
nietato us to what a smokor cnti j
''' i'e Admiral clgurottoi oinar
'oni mi eiibrt to ploimo In which ?r
for Inordinate prollt Is not tho contr
Jlio Admiral Is not made by tho tr
THE 01,USING HYWtCTSlOS
At Airs, llurl'i Si litiul iu*l l-'a-liltiy Uvuiitug. '
A riltu l'ru;?rumillu.
The closing uxorcisos, of Mre. Ilart'd
school took place ou Friday iu tlio ;
echooi chapol. Though thu occasion i
wus ijtogothor informal, quite a nuui- :
bor oi tho patrons uud (rioutla of tho
scholars woru present. After a* brief <
1 parting uddrosa to tlio school by thu ,
principal, tlio following progrannno wus
' rendered by tho pupils: IteeUiUion by 1
- Miss Mattio Ott, "Tho (Jliamborod
. Nuntituarocitution in Herman by
Miss Augusta Ronnlioim; essay, "Our 1
1'ostal System," Miss Adu Jopsou;
. "Isabella Enthroned in Ainorica," Miss
Kloru blifel; "Class History," Miss <
llannchen iionnholm; "The Indian, u
lluuiun Doing," Miss (sue Stifol.
f "Tho Compensations of School Lifo,"
by Miss Julia Savage, was written iu a
humorous vein that evinced both tho
9 genius and scholarship of tho author.
At thu olosu of thu oxurcises cortifica
atos of scholarships wuro awarded tho
following young Indios:
, Acftdoinio department?Miss Ada
- Jopsou, Miss Annie Weatwood, Miss
Flora Ktifel, Mihs Klizubetli Gurdon,
:1 .uiHd >i linn oavago, ihisb juuniu .lupsuu,
.Miss Mnttie Ott, Misa Marv I'aull, Mias
llannclien Bonnolw, Miss Laura Cald0
wull, Miss Laura Dalzell, Minn Mosaic
t l'uttorsoii and Miaa Ktta llnrpor.
t Grammar dopurtmont.?Misa Sue
, Stlfel, Miss Nollio Stifel,. Misa Joa.io
Wlieiit, Mies Kathorino Ilughos, Misa
0 Dorrio Hubbard, Misa Mary Simpson,
u Miua Ella llrico, Miss Geuevievo llolliday,
Miss Kvlyn ,lop>on, Miss Edna
0 McCourtney and Miss Edith llriinnuii.
11 A pleasant (nature of tlio uxurctaos
0 wai tlio presentation ol a lovolv baakot
11 of Bowers to Mrs. Hart bv tlio mom J
liors of tlio Tyrocinnlun Literary so"
'* At tbo closoof tlio programme liabbl
V Boulioim addressed tlio school in u few
u woll chosen words of encouragement,
aiter which bo oflorod pruyor and prot
uouueed tlio closing beuodietion,
0 The third aunuiil session of tbo
l; Hart'a school will opon Monday, Sep<1
tcmbor IS, 181)3.
Clerk Hook on Saturday uilmittod to
" record transfers of real estuto an fol1
Wood made Juno 0, 1893, by llonry M.
' Uussoll, administrator, of Jumos 1!.
Wheat, to Mary Ann Hobbs and John
II. Ilobbg, hnr husband, for lots No. 15
! and 10 in aqnaro No. 8, in the town of
South Whooling. Conaideration ?17,000.
[J iieod niado Juno 0, 1893, by John II.
Ilobbs and wifu to Thomas M. Has?
kins, for lot No. 14, In equaro No. 8, in
' tlio Eighth ward. Consideration $2,000
'*! lionilmade April 25,1893, byElizaboth
j. Sample and Robert S. Samplo to SamJg
uel Abori'rombio, for 17.00 acres of land.
I i;onsiuorauon ;i,uw.
. Dood iiiudu Hay 31, 1803. by 8. II.
Engol and wifo to Josopli Einslieiraor,
fur tho oust llltoon foot of lot No. 8li, in
" division E of Caldwoll'a addition. Cona.
JW Salon of Ronl Ktdato.
in Rolf & Zano sold lot No. 03, in Millar's
addition to McMochon, to Sirs.
>d Hello Zimmerman; consideration, $450.
o- Lot No. 34, at Park View, for $-'50, to
lla Mr. ti. It. Buahon.
it- I.ots No. 141 and 145 lit Offutt &
in Lakln's addition to Terra Alta, to John
u- Lot No. 01 in Zano's Orchard addition,
nd for llonry Brnnhaua, to lloorgo \V.
a- Uharuock, for $400.
o- NOTES ON NAVIGATION.
yi Stage of Water and Movomontsi of lloata.
Tho Itlvor IntoroHta.
Bd The dnm at Davis Island is not yot
3C1 raised, but it is announced it will bo
jd taken up to-day.
n- Tho Twenty-fourth streot forrv boat
ie has boon taken to tho docks at Siatorato
vilie for repairs.
The Ben Ilur will loavo nt 11:30
111 o'clock this morning for l'arkuraburg
" and way landings.
? Dan. Lacoy, foruiorly clcrk on tho
Hudson, will bo in charge of tho ofllco
of tho Kcotia on her present trip.
If I n U UAl: II1.1IUI1 HIUUII'UI Juuiuunui
a- loft I'ittsburg Saturday lor Cincinuuti,
to where she will cutor the Conoy, Island
HI- Tho Liberty wont up to Stoubonvlllo
ily Saturday night and brought down a
Ir. Sunday excursion of Tumors from that
oi townJnumborlng about 150. It was an
it- orderly allair.
Tho popular Scotia in today's Clncin"
nati packet and is scheduled to lonvo at
to 8 a. m. She has a good trip, botli passengers
and freight, in sight.
A mooting of tho now Pittsburgh
1(,_ nacltut lino will bo held to-day at PittsI
' burgh for tho election of five directors
of the company, utid completo minor
dotails of tho organization.
On account of low wator on tho Mua'V'
klnguni, tho Annio Laurie is not going
jls through to Zanosville. Unless thoro is
:o* high wator on that stream sho cannot
go through until tho brokon dam at
cr- Stockport is repaired.
|[J| Englnoor llnnloy.of tho United States
l0r" stoamor Goldonrod, has not usod tho
j doctor on thnt boat for months. '1 he
boilers uro supplied with an ojoctor, as
r usod oil locomotives, and it snvus fuel,
doos tho work satisfactorily, and hasn't
);0 cost tho boat a cont Binca lie has usod it.
ior Yesterday's departures includod
oct Annio Laurie for Musk Ingham river, 4
|10 a. in.; lien Hur, Lizzie Hay and Koybp,
Btono Stato, all for Pittsburgh botwoen
ur. 5 and 8 a. m.; C. W. Untoholor for Cincinnati,
and Courier for I'nrkersburg at
s," noon. Tho rulo of tho day was heavy
trips, ospocially in pnssongori,
a ltivor men genorally aro opposod to
r's Lieutenant G'olonol Htieknoys plan for
tht tho Improvomont of tho rivor at Logotown;
ho favors a V-shaped dam, whilo
Ily tho river Interests support tho plan for
one on the plan of the dam thnt was deles
stroyod soiuo time ago. It Is thought
do- General Comstock and Major McKontlo
ac- will support tho latter plan.
l'10 Capt. Ulllson caino down by rail from
Jor Portsmouth In advnnco of tho Hudson.
lie bado a final farewell lo the docks he
y- has trod almost continuously tho last
seven years last night, and It was like
')0r partlntfwlth nil old and tried frlond,
on- Capt. Robert Agnow, one of tho young!
11 est commanders on the western wntore,
assumed command on her departure
' v' Capt. Klllson becomes superintendent
Hof tho now stock company, with ollleoi
In this city, at No. I public landing.?
r'11' Cincinnuli Gimm<rctnl'Untctt?.
Anou' L a 1.1,0*, carriage niiiiiufacturor,
110 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y? states
irer, I was troubled with namon ol tho stunIvf
neb, pick hendneho nnd general debility
liurdoi k Ulood lilt tors cured mo.
"I COULD not sloop lust night for the
nasty bed bugs," is n romark froqueflll}
heard, but woulil not linvo been heard
cn? had lluglne been In use.
'Jltn ilntrn Turkish (fulls Towels 1 nc
" , wurlli llontit* Hit' money, nl
OOll I., h. (11X111 It C O.'*.
uil Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta.
TO ltKCmVH Oi:V. UIC186UUT.
fhe Arrniitfumsnu I'liuiplutufl at u Mui-llug
Anotnor mooting of tho eominittoo to
irruii|;o for tho recuption 01' Goii. WoUlort,
uoiuuiunder-in-chiof of tha G. A.
It, on his visit to Whaulinc tliia moiitli,
ivua liulil at thu 0. A, It. hull Saturday
iveninif, J. II. Durtt presiding and Mr.
Juliu Wise acting us secretary.
It was decidscl tliut invitatloni Uo oxtuudotl
only to old soldiers and their
families, ami all of those, wliothor member*
of tlie G. A. It. or not, aro expected
to bo present to nreot tho commander in
chief. as this is in tho wholo history oi
the G. A. It., hut tho third visit to this
ilupartment by a national olllcor. The
first was about ton yours nno, by Coinumnder
Kouatz, and tho other by Cominanding
The following were anpointod us u
committee of reception. They will bo
in charge of tiunior Vica Commander
R II. Grago, nud will wear thulr regulation
lfolliday l'oat?0. T. Itood, Richard
Uoberteou, J. M. Kphlin, John 1.. Wise,
G. W. Clifton, John lekor, Itobort S,
Taylor. J. M, Gontor, A. Bturppp, \V.
L. Gilbrouth, Levi liuchor, ltoburt Wilson,
Dr. V. K. Ulrich, 15. 11. Doveuer,
Goorge Caldwell, Thayer Melvin.
Hancock l'oat, llenwood?Josiah Sinclair,
Isaac V, liartou, l'a?t Commoni
- ivr:n.?... v..iib. m.nri,..
UUi niunun, wu?>.v.
Bloom, William Whiloruan uuil Com
radoa Fitzgerald, Polly iicid Altmoyor.
Stephens Post?Commnnilor J. A,
Arklo, J. II. Burnett, Jacob llonecker,
.1. N. l'ritchard, Tlmd Vundorhoof, A. 1.
Hay, J. I- McCroady, Henry Ciuotzo,
Thoa. Fowler, Henry (Jebbart, Phil
Kaltorbacb, J no. L. l'owera and Joseph
J. L. Wiso, Jacob llonockor ami I. V.
liarton wort) appointed u committee to
secure cotleo, sandwiches, etc., to be
sorvod by the ladies of tho three reliel
Tho committoo adjourned to meol
noxt Woduosday ovoniiig, by which
time it is thought the dato oi Gen
Woissert's visit can be dulilately
SUPItEMfa) OOUl'.T OP APPEALS
An Unusual Amount of Iltutnon* Trniuuut
oil at Silt lirtliLj'ii SOKHtdll.
At Saturdiy's session of thosnpreuii
court of appoals the following buiinoBi
Annie Hawkins vs. W. B. Hawkins
appeal anil supersedeas, from ltitchii
State vs. W. 11. Flanagan, writ ol
orror, from Doddridge county; submit
K. T. Coro vs. Ohio ltivcr l!allroa<
Company, writ of orror, from \Voo<
11. F. Dlckal vs. W. 11. Smith, jr.
ot. at., appeal and supersedeas, frou
Wood county; submitted.
John Monro vs. John L. Scanlon, ot
als., from Sumwors county, writ of or
T. 1!, Swanu vs. John 0. Brown am
trifo. nt.als.. from Summers county; up
peal and supersedeas refused.
T. 1!. Swnmi v. F. A. Outlirle, judge
el. ah, Irom Kanawha county, potiliol
for writ of prohibition and certiorari re
Setli liuingarner v. W. \V. Jackson
from Mason county; writ of error re
The Goorgo Campbell Co. v. tho Ii. >
0, It. It. Co., from Jefferson county; wrl
of orror refusod.
Joiiuko & lire. v. MoClung & Son i
al, from Greenbrier county; writ c
IV. T. liiuksqn v. John Erwin, froi;
llrooko county; rulo awarded tho ii|
pollant, roturnablo durinn tho torui, re
quiring him to compieto tho record an
lilo tin? same.
Sturm v. Ofmifant, from Ifnrriso
county; certiorari awarded to briug u
omittod part of rocord.
Tho Faults and Follies of tho Aro
Aro numerous, but of tho latter now; Is moi
ridiculous than thu promiscuous and rando:
use of laxative plliA ami othor drastic cathartic
Those wroucli, convulse ami weaken both tl
stomach and tho bowel*. If llostottor's Htotnac
Miters bo used luatofld of those no-romedlc
the result Is oceompitohed without pain an
with groat benollt to the bowels, tho Btouiac
and tho liver. Oso this remedy whon constiu
tloil manifests llsoll, aud thereby prevent
from becoming chronic.
"00 dor.en Turkish Hath Towels lfr
worth doublo the money, at
L. H. (lOOI) & C'0.%
Rolp&Zank are aeenta for McMechc
lots, and havo thorn from lirst hands i
vory lowoat prices. 1327 Market stroo
UucUluu'n Arulo.i Sulvu.
Tho boat salvo in tlio world for cut!
bruisos, soroa, ulcora, salt rheum, fov<
sores, tottor, chappod hands, chilblain
corns and all skin oruptious, and |>os
tivoly curo3 pilos, or no pay require!
It is guaranteed to give porfoct eatiafa
tion or raonoy refunded, l'rico 25 cen
a box. For sulo by Logan Drug Co.
Rolf<& Zane havo MoMechon lots c
sale troui tirst owners, $175 up, on out
terms. Call at 1327 Market street. Tc
|q ? jfa
That dnponds njion tho
livor. If tho Liver is
inactive tho wliolo systorn
is out of ordor?tho
breath is bud, digestion
poor, hoad dull or aching,
cnorgy and hopefulness
gono, tho spirit is doprossod,
a heavy woi^ht
exists after eating, with
eoneral despondency and
tlio blues. Tho Livor ia
tho housolcoopcr of tlio
health; and a harmless,
simplo remedy thut acta
like Nature, docs not
' constipato aftorwards or
require constant taking,
does not interforo with
business or ploasuro during
its uso, makes Simmons
Livor Regulator a
t Imvn touted tin vtrtuci pononiillr, nnd
know that for Dyspepsia* flUlouBuusd ami
Throbbing Henduoho, It is tho bent inedlcine
tho world ovor *aw. Have tried forty
other remedied before Bltnraond Lfvei
ltemilator, and none of them ?uvo mert1
thau temporary, rollof, tiut tho ltotrulatoi
/>*>Blcyole? and J[M"
1 HyWatches glvsn/TrtfS}
, ffCT ^O]\Glrl8. Write for particular!
II? AMERICAN TEA CO.
WARM WEATHER GOOPS-GEO. R. TAYLOR
WARM WEATHER GOODS
^Just Opened by***
GEO. R. TAYLOR.
Ladies' Fancy Lawn Waists,
Ladies' White Lawn Waists,
Ladies' Star Shirt Waists,
Ladies' India Silk Waists,
Ladies' Plaid Silk Waists,
Boys' Star Waists,
Boys' Mother's Friend Waists,
SERGE EATON SUITS,
HOP SACKING SUITS,
No Charge for Alterations !
FIGURED LAWN WRAPPERS.
; STRIPED PERCALE WRAPPERS.
Summer Blankets. Silkoline Comforts,
Summer Corsets, Black Satin Corsets,
Natural Pongee Corsets.
1 riTrr37rooi ?
1 jrrvrinnov^i-^? ?
For Graduating Dresses, Crepe Dechine,
Chiffon, India Silks, Crepons, Silk Sublime,
White Suede Gloves, White Gauze Fans, White
j Silk Hose, White Lisle Hose, Black Hose, absolutely
Grenadines, Organdies, Dress Veilings, India
Silks, Satines, Zephyr Ginghams. Choice Stock
LADIES' CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR,
ALL AT T1IE RIGHT l'HICKS.^
! GEO. R. TAYLOR.
j! OIL WELL SUPPLIES.
~ 1 /U Kk
inspiio. m 1
^OWNERS OF TIIE-^. ? /|>fj
m Elba Iron Works, IB a
n Continental Tube Works /i^p|
[jj And 81i Other Manufuutorios Making D ij*& j^o
f; Wrought Iron, Line and Drive Pipe, |
Tubing, Casing, Boilers, Engines,
0| Drilling Rigs, Tools, Rope, and other
appliances necessary for Drilling^
n OIL, GAS AND WATER ART ESIAN WELLS
? Pittsburgh, Oil City and Bradford, Pa.
SUMMER RESORTS. PLUM BING^ETC.
s'r i\_U"<J'iA ""auiiora. W. VA. Trimble & Lutz
A select, fomlly hotel, oil top of tho All0K?niM.
i- whore tho cool bioozoa blow always, now upon. 0 _ ?
i Comfortable and horaollko, lanto airy rooms, ox- Slinn \/ Hnnca
oollcnt fnblo. No malaria, toga, nor mosquito*. uUUUly 1 iUUbC
c" 8s and 910 nor week. Telephone connections.
ta Add row J. 1L 81IAFFEK,
j?I^L M?!?^ PLUMB1MG AND GAS FITTING,
: Deer Park and Oakland STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
On the Crest of the Alleghanles. A L|"? <" ?>? cionratou?
(MAIN LINK B. & 0. II It.) Sn?" a'"1 3I,lrHl1
?Kopt Coustuutly on llan>
SEASON OI'ENH JUKE lStll, 1803. ,non nml 1808 "arkot street, Wheoilu
Kates. ?0(>, 875 ami aim a Mouth, TIT1LLIAM HAKE & SON,
According to Locution. \ f
AdiircM, oisouoE i). mauu'.i.na Mnnnior. PractlcalPlambars, Gas SSteam Fitters
Cumberland, Md., up to Juno 1U; after that
ditto, either Deer Park or Oakland. Garrett Ho 8* TWELFTH STUEKr.
county, Md. mySO-VAs
. All work dono promptly at roasonablo prlaoi
rj.E0KG13 HIBBERD A SON.
? i j r\ 131 p*? q pa|D (Successors to Thompson <k liifibord.)
WUriLlJ b rAm. PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
Now Is tho tltno to ulnko your arrangements GAS andhTI'AM FITTERS, illlahs FOUNDER!
for tho World s Fair, l'artloi visiting Chicago Bpocittltloii-Natural Gas Huppllos, dteuip
ran soouro superior private bunrdlui; at -'id Jieatlng ana Ventilation.
Caliimot avenue. Tho location H the finest In j3ll MAHKICT 8T., WHEELING,W.VA
thoCltV for World's Fair purposes. Oito block nB.... . !ir.limt,rw, '
from Illinois Central road, that take you to promptly Uouo ai most roiuoni
cither of tho four entrances to tho ?rouiid*. Samo ?'P| nLC* m*
(IlKtntico from cable road, and tlirco blocks froin 1
elevated road It Is the finest residence portion COAL.
of the city. Tho ndvautotfo* nro many as com- ?
pared to tho immedlato vlclultyof the World's n * ? wiri w
Fair (or Jackiou I'arl:), whoro ovorythlng Is of |? 1J* u'
necessity crude, miido only for tho occasion. . f-** ......
I'M cos vary arcotdlnulo nlso and location of ?SOW Aflr.NT roit??
room and numborof people occupying mem. hovnvn All l1/! a I a V Ik rmn
Comfortably furnished apartmouts in tho ftiinox fllUIsUNUAII l-UAb Aiil' lull I
at somewhat rodUCdU rates.
Tablo abundantly supplied with tho very host TWENTY-F1IWT AND WATKIt 8TtL
tho market Affords. Menls qulotly and protdptly
ervod For particulars applv to TWapnonoBS.
Mum if w tit at
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^ PHOTOGRAPHY. __
None bettor Inr lilllniimra., C'qtutlnnllon. Hick 42 Twelfth Street.
PICTURES A ART MATERIALS. GROCERIES ETC.
J^UATIIEU OOOUS. QUOOOLATE lOINO
01 ""yKor c"l'r" ?'"1 P""ri
roi'KKT iiboKs AND I'OlUIMi ll?vorlU|tuiUrili?uil I(.Uaotiiu
All al the l'luoal Matrrlnl, nml Uto.l I'nttonn.
E. L, NICOLL. H, F. DEHREN8,
, BpM I:jj Market BtrooU rrirBl fll7 Mllll Htiut
Jiy virtue oi three doe.la of tru-t made by Will- ' |
huu lluiuiltiu tiii<i Louie Hamilton. hi* wife, lo j
mo as uuMttu, tin- Hii ilatoi Attrit II, ISii, re* , j
eordediuino oiUue oi tho Clori* oi the County |
Court of Ohiocouuty, We?t Virginia, iu Peed of
Tniil lioglc No. 7. nunu I. the second (laud July
0. iKSJj. recorded lu said clerk's ollieo lu Deed of
Truil Hook No. 11. page 1?>U. tin third dated August
'J1,1690, recorded in .mid clerk'n otliuu iu Deud j
oi'front Hook No. 11. nago I will >ell at'tho |
north frout dour o! tho Court llouso of taUl
MONDAY, TilK 3u DAY OF JULY. 1?>W,
commencing at lo o'clock a. in., the iollowiug
described i>ro|jerty, that it? to say:
Hart of lots numbered Three, and Sixteen, lu
Klein ?t stlfel'B Grand view lub-dlvUion, Ju the \ !
Pint ward of tho City of Wheeling, Ohio enmity* |!|
e-it Virginia, thai U to : t>o much of the lot
No. a in said tsiio-tiivis'uu ?u ilo? wiiuiu uie ioi?
lowing boundaries, lo win Ueginnlng at tho
southwest corner of suld lot, miming thetioo
northwardly with the west Uiu? thereof M foot,
more or lo.vi. to the southerly Imu of tho road as
uowusud; thoucowUii the southerly and westerly
line of the roud as now used to wheru the
wime intersects with tho south line of bald lot;
thence with mild south line westerly to tho
Also, so much of lot No. Ifi, In said subdlvlslon
as lies south of u lino runulug parallel with
tho soilth Hue of mid lot, which if extended iu
a straight line will intersect the wiwt Hue 'of wild
lot No. :s when the southerly Hue of the road as
now used lutorseuti said west lino. 4
Tho title lo biild i>roj>orty Is believed lo be perfect,
but (tolling Qs .trustee. 1 will convey only
the tUle voted iu ino by said deeds of trust.
Tkkmh op Hai.k:-One-third und as much more
as the purchaser elects to pay in cash on the day
of title, the balance in two o.jiml installments at
one mid hvo years, note* buurlug Interest Iroui
the day of sale, to'be given for tho deferred payments,
the titiu to bo retalnod until payinout U
made lu full, W. J. W. f'UWDEN, Tru.tee.
W. 11. Hai.i.mi. Auctioneer. iiiyd1*
gPECIAL COMMISSIONERS' SALBj
City of Wheeling Real Estate!
Ily virtue of odocroeof the Circuit Court of
Ohio county, mndo on tho 27tli day of May, 18R i
in the suli In chancery of John (.'buries Fremont
Krceso v. George W. Froeso and others, wo shall*
as special eoiuiulsalouorH uppoiuted (hereby, pio? i
ce?d to tell at public auction at the nortU frout
door of tho Court llou.se of Ohio oounty, on.
WEDNESDAY, THE iSrii DAY OP JUNE, 1SD.I,
at ll> o'clock a. in., tho following parcels of land
lu tho city of Wheeling, of which the lute Isaac
Frecso died solzed:?
I. Lot Hit and part of lot !M on tho southwest i
/.nnw.r nl ITunul v.f/itiHll irmitii. I
anil having n front on tho we*t hi<lu of Ciiapllue
street extending southwardly from Twentyfourth
street to the lino of William Aubor, aud \ S
extending westward I y by an equal width to an
alloy lu the ruar of atuid lots; and having on tho
front part er.etod a two-story dottblo brick
dwolllug house, and on tho roar pari, a two-story
doublo frame dwelling house;
1. Parts of lots 17 ami 18 in Koif's addition to ?
tho City of Wheeling. fronting lit foot I) Inches
on tho south sldool Twenty-fourth slroot, and
having thoreon orcetod a brick COttagO dwolllug
house. Said parts of loin have a depth of 100
feet, subject to a private alloy in the rear, being
subdlvldou.;! of the plat referred to in the deed
of Allison and 1'cek eonvoylug the same toCharlos
and Keturah Walt.
U. Tho t>outh half of lot 3, in squajo 7 in tho
town of South Whoollng, on Jho west aide of i
Chapliuo street lu the Ki^hth ward of said city;
4. Lot 1 In square 9 of tho subdivision of rtio
Joseph Caldwell estutu. fronting 011 tho weaisldo
of Chnpline street and having llureou erected a
two-story double brick dwelling house.
Said CQPuplsslonori uro by said decreoauthorized
to subdivide any of said several parcels
of laud and to toll thoia respectively at a
whole, or in parcels, as they tnay deem best for j
the parties in latere >t; and snld laud will be sold
in such pnrcolfi.
Teiimh oiS.uk:?Ono-thlrd aud as much oioro
as the purchaser or purchasers uiay elect cash iu
hand: and tho residue lu two equal Installment*
iu ulue and eighteen months fioin the day of j
sale; the orodlt installments to boar Interest
from the day of sale.?tho purchasers resmcotr
Ively to give their notes for tho deferred instil Imouts;
and where tho property sold has theroon .
any buildings or improvements, tno pttrchaiur
in addition must Insure aud keen Insured against
lots by tire, for tho bouellt of tho tafd oouiinlssloners
the said bulldluga nud improvements to
an amount equal to at least two-thirds of the
unpaid purchase money; and tho title to bo re*
talued uutil tho further order of the court,
A. J CLARKE,
UEOHOK W. ATK IN'SON,
J. C. IIbuvby, Auctioneer.
I I, John W. Mitchell. C'lork of tho Circuit Court
of Ohio county, cortlfy thnt bond and Hcourity
husbton uivou by Mild <:ommMouorn unrequired
; by law, nnd tho wild (tooree of salo.
ji-7-nwiK JOHN W. MITCHELL, Clork.
" pUBLIO SALE
Real Bstato In Wheeling and Elm Grove.
Charles 1L Mooro & Co. ")
vs. V InChaucory.
Patrick D. Carroll nnd others, j
In pursuanco of u deeroo made on tho ad day
of June, 1803, by tho Circuit Court forOhio county
in the above entitled cuutso. the uudoralgned,
appointed spuelul commissioner for tho purpose,
SATURDAY. JULY 8, 1833,
ootnmoncing at 10 o'clock a. in., at tho north
froutdoorof tho Court Houae of Ohio county,
West Virginia, soH at public auction to tho high
cat Qua oost uiaaor tuo two Piece* ox property
hereinafter described. that is to nay:
1. That portion of thu lot or portion of ground
in the City of Wheeling, W. va., lying at and
noar the point of interaeotlon of John street
(now Sixteenth street) ami South streot, which
Ilea west of a foundation wall running from tho
John strcot line to tho lino of .South street
through tho building occupied by James A. Carroll
on February 25, J871. as a rnarblo shop and
. salesroom, and boundod as follows: Bogiuulng
atthepolntof Intersection of John street (tuuvr
Hlxteenth street) iind South Ktroet, in Square
Number Eight (8) In that part of said city: '
thenoo ruunlng cusiwardly along tho lino ol
John street (now Sixteenth stroet) thirty-one (31)
fe(!t to tho Center of the foundation wall above
~ referred to; thence running along the center of
Huld foundation wall and parallel with tho iltio
of Market street southwardly to the line.of .South
t street; thenco westwardlv along tho Hue of
South street to tho place of begiunlog, together
with nil und singular the appurtenances and
horodltamouts thereunto bolotiglug or iu any
2. A certnlu plecoof land in tho town of Kltu
i?fove, Ohio county, Wost Virginia, bounded its
follows; Beginning at a stake In tuo line of l.av*
erty Grler's lot and at the southeast comer of J.
M. butler's lot; thence with suld Butler's lino ,
northwestwardly one huudred and twenty (120)
feet to tho southwesterly sido of a slxtpon*foot
alley or rondwaf; and with said roadwuy north
thirty-four 'and?threo*fo|irihH (80$) degrees east
hlxty (('/)) foot toaatako; thooco running south*
oaatwardly and parallol with snld Butler's lino .
and sixty feet at right angles therefrom oiiehun*
,i dred and cloronand otic-half (111)4) feet to a
Make In said Grler's line; thence with said
? Grler's line to tho boglnulug. it being known an
s lot number three (fy on tho plat of lots laid out
by liOiilia Klnimlm and John 1.. Kluimlns, her
hu-hand, and Mary Klmmins.
Tichms op Saj.b:?One-third of tho purchnio
money and as much more as the purchaser may
elect cash In luiud, tho residue in oqual Install* '
moots at nine and eighteen months respootivcly
fro in ihe day of sale, tho purchaser toglvo nolo*
i for tlio deferred Installment* of purchiu.0 money,
with liitorost from tho day of sale, soewod by a
deed of triiftt ou tho property sold, with nollntci . ; <
of itisumnoo flgaltv't tiro on the buildings tueroon,
> to the ?atiifactlon of tho said commbilon.
W. P. HUBBARD, '
~ fipoelal Commissioner.
W. If. Haukh, Auctlonour.
1 hereby certify that bond and security hat
been given us required by law by W. I*. Hubbard,
tho special commissioner iu tho above ou*
titled cause. JOHN W. MITCHKLU
i )eH Clerk Clrmilt Court Ohio County.
State of Wont Virginia, County of Ohio, ii. ; la
_ tho Circuit Court of said eou n ty.
? Sarah Grlfllti and othors ")
vs. > In Chancery.
? Stewart Mllllgan and others.)
By virtue of a docreo entoreil in snld Court iu *
tho above entitled cause on tho 2?ld day of Mav.
IHli.l, tho undersigned special eoiumlsiifotior will
soil nt publin nuctlou, on what Is known as tho
'] William ^llllluau funu, two und one-half mllos
' southeast of Honey's Point, In Ohio couuty,
NVest Virginia, on
BAT U It DAY, THi: lOtll DAY OF JULY, 1893,
eotntnonolng at lOo'olook u hi., the following
i) described real citato, situated In tho district of
Trladolphlit, Ohio county, West Virginia, nod
i adjoining lauds of James Orr and others, and
~ bounded as follows: beginning at ? blaok walnut,
hlckorv sod white onk; thenco *qt)th ?J??
east 1M polos to a Hpanllh oak by a brunch;
thenco south 10* east Icki poles to a utaftk oak In
tho original lino: thenco south 20' east Ml poles i
sa to a dogwood and ash: thenoo north W west Itkl
-3 poles to a whltoonK; fhenuo north 18* wefct
polos to a red oak; lliolioc north :t'i' west 1 Id
' poles to a sugar treo; thenoo north A* wost 28
poles to the Plnco of beginning, and containing
one hundred end thlrty-oiio notes, more or lew.
Tf.BMs r>p HAJ.t;:?Ono-tjilrd of tho purohiro
money cash In hand and as much more ns tho
purchaser may elect to nay, and tho balance Iu
?* two equal nnnual Instnllinenti nt one and Iwo
years, with Interest from day of salo, tho pur*
dialer giving It Is uotofl With good personal soou*
rltyfortho deferred payments, Interest on tho
second deferred Installment to be paid / npunliv.
Title '.o said property to l>o retained itil It Is
. paid lor. W, M. MflV \P,
... ^Poclul Con^asionor.
'I hat bond with rourltyin reri>dbv law
and the decree of suld court lo/ /n given by
said special commissioner Is IfVi./y eerfltlmf.
ttils Hth day of .lime, lh'.li.
jo9 JOiiNW. MITOUIiLL, Clerk.