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NAILS AND POLITICS.
A Talk with a Prominent Ohio Iron and Steal Man AND FORMER WELL KNOWN NAILER. Kx-President Wlsr, of tho Nailer's Association, takes a Ohocrful View of the Future^f the Out Ndll Trade. One Reason lor Cleveland's Sue com, . and the llcsulte Coming oat of the 'Reaction. John K. Wier, of Youugatown, ,'is in (ho city, the guoit of his old friend and M A flKow Tn (ha Hnvi ftf the Nailers' National Association and the bin strike in the nail factories, Mr. Wier was tho presidoni and Mr. Chow tho secretary of that organization, which split ofl from the Amalgamation. Mr. Wier is now superintendent of tho plate and sheet milljrad nail factor; of the Mahoning Iron and Steel Company, at Youngs town. It is sharing the soanon of depression with all concerns in the same trade, but Mr. Wier takes a more hopeful view of the future, especially the future of tho nail trade, than most people He thinks a reaction in favor of the old-fashioned cut nail has already set in. His mill had plenty of orders until the financial depression struck the country, and, in fact, turned orders away. Just now there is no business offering. "When the peonie regain their coiilidence and business rovives," said Mrb Wier, "you will find the nail trade much improved, and I predict that the old prestige of Wheeling as the 'nail city' will gradually come back to her." Speaking of politics, Mr. Wier says he attributes the result last fall to the prejudice of the working classes,stirred up uy the Homestead affair and played upon bv demagogues. They had been told over and over that tho rich "wero getting richer and the poor poorerevery day, and had come to believe It. Now their eves'are opened, and thoy find as the result of tholr action last fall, how prosperous they have been all the time. The result will be, hepredlcts.thatthere will be a rush of voters back to the Republican standard, and he would not ! - _ 1 1 1 no aurpriseuu Jucckiuiey were rtraiBumu bv 50,000 majority. The next stop will be to elect a Republican Congress, and then to put McKinley in tho president's seat. Mr. Wlor's many old friends will be clad to hear that be is ao comfortably fiied in bii new home. The JeffenoD Resumes. I Yesterday's Steubenville Gazette says: Learning that the forge department 1 at the Jefferson iron works would .be started Wednesday morning a Gazette reporter visited toe plant, which has been, in times past, the chief place to which men looked and were dependent upon for labor. The entire forge department wont on this mornintr. j Talk with one of the officials devel- , oped the fact that tho company has on hands a good number of good ordora for nails and skelp or pipo iron, nnii this means work for somo time. 1 The nail factory will be started on Friday if onougli plate can be rolled by ; mat time, or at the latest Monday. It iuia not been decided when the furnace 1 will resume, but it will not be many \ __ i The LaagbJhi wilt qtnrt. ^ ( . The Lfughlin nail works will resume next Monday, the nailers baring agreed to go to work at the 15 per cent reduction, as was done in the LaBelle recent- i ly. The Laughlin nailers have held several meetings lately and did not agree to take the reduction until yesterday. The Laughiin is the largest nail works in the world. The mill, which has been idle three months, ijiis only a loir ilnnt /it nfllll AH hfltlfl. Ho* lone it will run Ij not known. CHEAP STItRBT PAVING. Hellutre Lets A Contract at Sixty-four Cents a Square. Bollnire liaa the distinction of letting tho cheapest street paving contract ever warded by any town anywhere. Mine squares were yesterday awarded to John l)tvis at 64 cents per sqnare yard, complete. Thero was advertised fourteen equates and an alley, bat the nine squares contracted for are located -on Gravel hill, where the natufe of the land Is such that the street* only need grading and preparing for the brick, as the gravel and sand on the street is sufficient for the work. On the other part of the work the lowest bid was 60} cents,, while the highest Vtfts only 81 cents, U is presumed that the fact that the olty is prepared to pay for the work as it proceeds had something to do with the figures made to secure the work, as some of the contractors have been working for paper that was hard to realise on part of the summer. The Barnard repressed brick was adopted for the work. "TUe Burglar" Coming. The hour is after midnight, when, in tho most fashionable part of the city, the sumptuous home of one of the best known editors has been forcibly entered by u burglar. The inmates peacefully slumber, unconscious of danger, all but a little tot' of six years, whose acuto ears have discerned a noise unusual at that time of night Too innocent to be conscious of danger she leaves her room, and entering the family sitting room suddenly confronts the burglar, who noiselessly as possible ! securing the family silver, when to his surprise ho becomes aonscious of the little one's presence. With pistol in httnd, approaching the child and alert for an outcry, his surprised oars are greeted with the exclamation, "Don't be afraid, llr. Burglar, I won't hurt you!" Following this is one of the most eSective scenes of Mr.^Gus Thomas' famous play/ ol "Tho Burglar," to be seen at the Opera House next Tuesday night "Uncle Tom's CaWn." The Into Henry Ward Beecber, after witnessing u performance of Rial'a ideal "Uncle Tom's Cabin" at tho Aoademy nt Music. Brooklyn, said: "Of all tho versions of Harriet Beecher Stowe's fatuous work, this is the beat, and, as to tl.o company, I can only say there is not a bad actor in it" This company ?poua at tbe Opera House Friday even>nn for two nights and a matinee on Saturday. I " ^ * Our BfnrrlaU Men." The opera house was paoked last night Jroni pit to dome to witness the performance of Clark and Williams'in the J'ost laughable of farce comedies "Our Marrlod .Men." The new songs, dances anil quartette singing were reoalvod with rounds of applause.?& Louis Dir pnl.-h. The above fnnny comedy will be tbe attraction at the Grand noxt Monday, lues Jay and Wednosilar. t'HIUATlwd Saturday?big sale ot ready. "Mile Wrappers at aUlei ft Uo.'s. [ PlXON'.THOMAa A Styllili and Braatlfal Wedding orjr lit Murtln'i Ymrrj, Ono of lbs largest tad moit beautiful weddings thnt hai occurred la Martin's Ferry for many a day was that of Mr. William Thomas Dixon anil Mlaa Sarah B. Tbomai yosterday. The wedding occurred at tbe reiidence of the bride'a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Holliday, corner of Hanover and Fifth streets, at noon. Mils Lena McKay played a pretty wedding march, nnd tbe bridal party entered tbe large parlors. which were well filled with guests. The officiating ministers, Kev. Harauel Boyd and Bev. A. K. Brownlee, came first; next came the bridosmaids, Mlu Jennie Dixon, siator of the groom, and Mlaa Beaile Brady; then tho maid of honor, Miss Mary Tbomai. The bride and groom wore tbo last to enter. ^ Tho ceremony waa performed by Rev. Sir. Boyd, aaalated by Rev. Mr. Brownlee. Immediately after tbe ceremony ' tbe bride and sronm reoaired to tbe. dining room, followed by the guejte, numbering ono hundred and twentyfive or more. Tho excellont wedding breakfast over, congratulation* were in order, and they were showered upon tbe couple. The brld^wore a faille silk, en traine, with satin trimmings. Miss Brady appeared in white aillc mull, Persian trimmings. Miss Dixon wore white Swiss, satin ribbon trimmings, and Miss Thomas, the maid of honor, was attired in white chiffon, with duchess lace j tslmmSniM All nnrrimt nallna on/1 U more beautiful bridal Darty is seldom 1 seen. The wedding was a whits one, _ and the darkened hoate was tastefully, decorated with smilax, flowers, potted plants and white. Durst, of Wheeling, A waa the caterer, and outdid himself. The tables were gracefully presided over by a large corps of waiters, and the ej breakfast was greatly enjoyed by the ?j many guests. Everything passed off fla like clockwork, and tho bride and party pj and those in charge were the recipients gf of a large number of compliments. A jj large number of the guests wore fine ar costumes, and not a few persons pro- jj nouuced this the prettiest and most en- te jovnble wedding they ever attended. ^ 'Ihe presents, which were numerous jn and uselul, consisted of gold, silver, ca glass, china, furniture, etc. Among the prosents was a set of Havlin china, the . gilt of twenty-two young friends of the I", newly-married couple. * The bride and groom left'on the 2:06 ~ train on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh railroad for Chicago and other western cities. After their return they will make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Holliday. The bride has been organist in the lei Presbyterian church for several years, th is the oldest daughter of Mr. J. T. th tu ,1 if ro iiiuiiina, auu jh is uuuumui xl uuy (/d<son ia Martin's Ferrv'hu mors friends and admirers than she. The groom is be a prominent young attorney, and ii to b\ be congratulated upon his choice. He pi is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. m William Dixon, and has many friends, o'i IlutoliUon-SIoWrejitli. A very pleasant wedding took place ' yesterday at the residence of Mra. \? William McWreath, near Bethany. The contracting parties were Mr. Harry Ii. Hutchison, of Woodsdale, and Miss a Blanche McWreath, one of Brooke th county's fairest daughters. The cere- of mony was performed by fiev. Mr. Les- th ter, of West Alexander. After receiving the congratulations of friends, the Fl guests, who numbered about sixty, ui were invited to the dining room, where ill ill the delicacies of the season were served. The pair were the recipient! ]0 Df many handsome and useful presents. j. Mr- and Mra. Hutchison left over the Bt C., U & W. for Chicago. On their return they will reside in their new home, recently built at Woodsdale. i ?r Carter-Brown. d? At half past one o'clock yesterday afternoon . Mr. Harlan P. Garter, a Ci pibminont farmer of.this county, and hi Miss Emma Brown were united in marriage at the home of the bride's par- tt] ems up Edgingtoh lane. Rev. Laverty _ Greer, of Elm Grove, officiated, and the ceremony was wituesseu oy a luiuu assembly of intimate friends and ralatives |j' of the parties. The presents were numorons and valnable and the congratulations especially hearty. Mr. and Mrs. to Carter left in tlie afternoon over the in Baltimore A Ohio road on a bridal tour to the World's Fair and other western <3 points. * di MAIITIVS FERBV. M Haps nnd Mlihnp* In the Thriving City Across the Stiver. . While playing ball in Wnlnnt Grove 0 yesterday Tim Murphy was accidentally trnck on the head with n base ball bat by John Davis and had his skull frac- -jj tured. Murphy resides on Fourth j>' street and is almost 24 years old. The ) fracture may prove fatal. J'1 Mlas Mary Chaltaut will return to .J! Pittsburgh on Saturday. She came g, down to attend the Campbell-Gray and < Dixon-Thomas weddings and to visit ?, friends. Thero will be preaching in the Presbyterian. church this evening, after a> which a call will be moderated for the Ct services of Rev. Mr. Bogle, of Kunton, Ohio. The Belmont brick and tile works resumed last Monday, and there were twenty applications lor everyjob. Some m men have oflorod to work at g dollar, a tr day. p Bridgeport water ronts will bo due m October 1. A discount of 10 per cent ei will be allowed on all payments made vi before Octobor 1. math J. 6. Mitchell, Secretary. One now case of scarlet fevor in the First ward and one case of diphtheria oi In the Third ward was reported to the n health officer yesterday. , b Miss Flora Jones left yesterday for Chicago to attend the fair with her 11 sister Ada, who is superintending a 100 01 acre farm in Oregon. , "J Charles Bridges has returned from a y three months' visit to fits old home in a England, and profera this country to Europe. - , jj Mrs. Wooater. aon and daughter, of b< Wollsville, are visiting ber sisters, Mrs. Griffith and Mrs, Bi-sHy. Rev. II. >' Campbell and bride, nee Miss Eloise Gray, sailed on last Satur- a day for Europe. I A large number of Martin's Ferry people will -attend the Si. Clalrsvilla fair to-day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Montgomery returned yostorday from the World's Fair. James Kerr, esq., is visiting bis son. Robert R. Kerr, at Frederickitowo, Va, Mrs. M. Sheets and daughter returned yesterday from the World's Fair. Squire Alex. Humphrevilie, of Mr. Pleasant, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Judge John & Cochran is visit- 1 fng at 8t CTalrsville. , George Inglebright went to Ea-t J Liverpool yeatorda.v. ? ~' ' c Ir you desire a luxuriant growth of * health V hair of a natural color, nature'' r crowning ornament of belli sexes, uie J only Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Bo- j newer. i How's . m ^ Your Liver ? cannot exist without a healthy Liver. When the Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, t?e food lies in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; freauent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is deranged. Simmons Liver Regulator has been, the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any ripy fcaown on eartH. acts with extraor. dinary power and efficacy. rt NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED, Aaageniral family rcmodj for dyipeplla, Torpid Lirer, Constipation, etc., I hardly tree in anything elac, end hire nerer been disappointed In the effect prodncod; Itaeemato be almoet a perfect core for all dlaeaaea of the Btomadi and Bo-wele. W. J. McBleot. Macon. Ga. BKLLAIRE. U Sorts of Local New* und Goaalp from * .the Qljui Cltjr. The First M. E. Sabbath achool board acted the following officer! Tueidav ght: Superintendent, R 0. Merer; sistant. Ed Campbell; secretary, Miss iorence Nevarn; assistant, Miss Etta itterfleld; treaanrer, Miss Belle empbill; librarians, James Sandors id Clement Chandler; organist. Miss ary Parks; aasiatant, Miss Etta Satrfleld; ohorister, Dr. McClelland; asitant, Wilbur Miller; superintendent lant department, Mrs. Charles Lana tar. r\ i-l-l- "n U kono vuuBinuiu unu& vnujfu nw >u u?<u ken the four children of Richard >arpe to charitable institution! be-, use of the neglect of the father, but' o children were quietly takeu somebere by the father or a friend Tuesday ght. Mayor McGowan turned in $67 07 is month of fines, licenses, etc., coined by him. Last month it was less an that. It is quite apparent that e hard times affect the police court turns. Any doubt as to the Bellaire council ling long-winded would be removed ' attending one of the sessions of tho esentbody. It adjourned yesterday orning at twenty-five minutes to one clock. George W. Yost, the Democratic candate for connty commissioner, is atnding the St Clairsville fair withatuous regularity.. . Ex-Governor J. B. Foraker is to make speech bere sometime this iatl, but e date is notyet^xed. Ho has some tho-warmest admirers in the state in is county. CoL J. T. Mercer and daughter, Miss edb, will remain with friends here itil next week before returning to eir Chicago home. Tom Nicholson, the base ball player, ft with his family for the World's lir yesterday, as did also Jacob Boneyaele. ... , Rev. J. K. McKallip and family, who ient a day or two with old frienda ire, returned to Beaver, Pa., yesteriy Mrs. Charles Downoy, of Washington ity, is visiting frienda and relatives ire before returning to The Christian Endeavor societioa of Is city will go to Powhatan to-morrow ening on a special train. The insurance adjusters were in the ly yesterday firing the loss by Saturiv night's fire. Henry Rowlei, a school teacher, went Columbus yesterday to take a course modlcine. H. E. Waddell, of tbe West Virginia lass Company, was iu the city yeitor V Joseph Farrlah ia building the now . E. church at Benwood. Deputy Auditor J. B. Ryan was in >wn yesterday. After Breakfast > purify, vitaiiie and enrich the ood, and give nerve, bodily and dlcesvo strength, take Hood's Haraaparfila. jntinue the medicine after every meal r a month or two and you will feel ike a sew man." The merit of Hood's iriaparilla ia proven by ita thousand# wonderful cures, why don't you yit? Hood's pills care constipation. Tboy 0 the best after-dinner pill and family ithartic. _ 6 BEAU gtlfel & Co.?i ad. an aftti page. Dn. B. M. Woollet, Atlanta, Ga., is e'etinc with phenomenal success in the oatmentof Opium and Whislcy habits, atients need not leave homo or buaiBss while nnder treatment. If interited, write to Dr. Woollev, for hia lluablo book. tom Try It. Foralameback orforapalnin the side r cheat, try saturating a piece of Sanel with Ohamberlain'a Pain Balm and lading it on to the effected part. Ihia 'uatment will cure any ordinary caao t one or two daye. Fain Balm alao ires rheumatism. ' 50 cent bottles for lie by Ghas. R. (ioetH, Will W. Irwin, hria. F. Schnepf, Chaa. Menkemalier, fin. E. Wllilama. 8. L. Brlce, A. E. ihcolo, Will Menkemeller, John Colelan, Richards A McElroy, Wheeling; owle it Co., Bridgeport, and B. F. FeaDdy 4 Son, Benwood. A MEDICIHE rHAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD AROMATIC WISE fin compteUlr cbtBf? the Mood to your mteo ?W^fropuU' lime, ud Mnd arfllehMOOd oqraa* tbrontti jroar rdn*. Jt jrou ml e*MWt?d njTncnroa*, are^euin* MdjUl nm^wa^ rruuera^eemctir^rVlfuiiMau peeaftir to ronuu. It eanebM lb* bieod ud_ aim laattac *SoM br ?a 4nwi?ia torn par bottla. | ' - . '.a .. . ? - . -I DRESS GOODS-GEO. R. TAYLOR PARISIAN DRESS GOODS Satins and Velvets, Jackets and Capes, Geo. R. T aylor. We beg to call the attention of the ladies to our New and Choice importations of Wool Dress Goods, Velvets and Satins just received. We show larger lines and more choice styles than ever before and at very low prices. Special attention is called to our excellent grades of Black Satin Rhodams, Black Satin Duchess, Black Satin Mervelleux, Black Bertgalines and Colored Dress Satins, in all the new shades. All Wool Suitings, 5"o inches wide, in all the new textiles and colorings. OURNEWSTYLEJACKETS Now on Sale, also OUR NEW FUR GARMENTS! We invite special attention to our new and choice lines of Window Shades, Upholstery goods, Brocatels, Tapestry, Brocades, Cretons, Jutes, Couch Covers, Corduroy Coverings, Portieres, Lace Curtains, Bed Blankets, &c., shown in Market street room. We are prepared to hang Shades and Curtains and. do draping in modern style, also to furnish Poles and Trimmings of the newest designs. Geo. R. Taylor. 1893.?Vim. Vigor, victory?189J. . SHOES-W.4* DOUGLAS. ? W. L. DOUGLAS UNPRECEDENTED M1CCEM gg g^OE HoTWR op Ttii - Doyoc weir them 7 When Mxt In need try a pair. > Best In th* world. ureat 45.00^^3.00 Pittsburg ,y.'n'^A'i25?n -^Exposition. *2.50 to^NBW^'o ?9 91; SI III 7< PreJi ?ad public cordially Ipdorte aod pro- rnR anyc nounc* It sarptiftlogly gmad. All <kp?rt- S2.oo^? naPGft 4i bit ncnti fullv readv. An examination of It* vl< /v winy rttrmctlom will aatonlsh andlplcasa #v lftt.. you. Music dally by tba unrlvalcif bandj QILMORE If yoa want a 8m DRESS SHOE, mid# la the Uta ttylu, don't p?y $6 to $8, by my $3, $3 JO, $4.00 o ..and.. t j Shoe, thej fit eqoil to coitom midotnd looktit RDnflW? -wearMwell. ifyoawlihto?onoml2?lnYoorfoot*e?i UlvUUIVOi doiokypurchailngW. L. Docria Shoes, Ntme v> aulsted by tba uncrowned QUEENS OP price item pod oo the bottom, look for It whM yoi tray SONO, ... W.L.BOUGLAS, Brockton, H?rt. Soldi* p.... rintpfna J. T. 8TONK. JW2 Main etreet Madame Soda' Scalchi, of! 1jSVKKMKLt,El??s&rk?t atmt. Lillian Blauvelt, ?? 5s?^ Growing State Opened SEPTEMBER 6th. U Closes OCTOBER list. _ ?13 special excursions and reduced rates on all railroads. WEST VI RGI N I A. J. S. RHODES A. CO. NEW" *P t. ?T/rmn CAPITALISTS AND-SETTLERS. JACKETS, 4 Are looking to it for InCLOTH CAPES, vestmHceTf" EUR CAPES, THEY KNOW THAT The Intelligencer Leads Our stock is now complete. We tyave all the in all that relates to State NEW STYLES and can Development. They take suit you in style, fit or the PaPer to see what is . . going on in West Virginia If you have i ' li Til I LAND TO SELL, ll U llIIU(1 UU Tell them through the INVI Ml aiu^wvm TELjLIGENCER and tel &CO. them at once. -yn* ' , NLY THE BEST QUALITY OF' r ?2i job office. SEID FOB iDYBRTISIIG RATES. STATIONERY*. BQOKS. ETC. ^ Mimeographs.-^ | I ' Having received'the agency for Edison's Mimeograph, we -.M areno.wabletosuppiythetrade w\ with any number. Also any- . IS thing.in the way of supplies. O^ZIZjiX] BROS,, M UM UAKKET HTBKgr Ml j^SM QCHOOL BOOKS (3 AW SCHOOL STATIONERY. . ,j LITERARY AND FASHION MAGAZINB8, \ '??> C1IRAP PCTBLICATI0N3, Ml BLANK BOOKS. . - ^Tl Woekly and Dally Novrspapsri, Delivered Fna - I f i of Extra Colt. 9 C. H. QUIMBY, $ t*4 . HU Market Street a EDUCATIONAL. I Mrs. M. Stevens Hart's ' School for Young Ladies and Children, C; 1310and 1318Market St., Wheeling, W.Vo. 9j The Island cart and elootric, motors pan tho _ 3 drvon Thinl annual ie?loa begins MONDAY. 1 8K1TEURKK l#. ISO, eontlunes thlrty-nlao ? <* $ vreek*, divided into four term*. This school oflen a complete .and thorough education in "w Practical English. Mnthomatlcs,English Classics, Latin and Modern Language*. The school consists of Primary, Grammar, . Acadsmlo aud College Preparatorj departments. \;<i Ihe methods and oourae of Instruction will compare favorably with the best seminaries In fiB tho conntry. i gg uuya nro recti vcu in mo rnmary a>m unt year StS Grammar. For clroulara or Interview, apply to MU8: M. STEVENS HART, Principal, "3 Kesidence No. <27 Halo St. WHY DON'T YOU ATTEND Wheeling Basin ess College, VVIILKMNG, W. VA, | ?AND tlAUK . BOOKKKKP.'SG, AHITUIitTiC, ) HilOBTUA M). Hi'KLLIMj, irPKWIim.10, PRACTICAL WBITttO, Etc., Klc. You will be a miserable failure In butlntn : i without a thorough knowledge of these branches. % Call at ofllce or write for our beautiful cata* ' loguo tree. au29 WILLIAMSPORT DICKENSON M \\ 8KMINARY, Wllllatniport. -Pa. Both Miei Regulnr and Eloctive courses. Pits for College. Music, Art. Mcdern Language*, tpeoliU, a tie*. Steam heat, electric light. Catniogue froe. > Opens Sept. 4. E. J. GRAY. D. P., President i FINANCIAL. |g Wheeling Title and Trust Co.,, NO. 1315 MARKET STREET. CAPITAL, - - $102,100. ] GENERAL 'BANKING BUSINKSa SAFETY AND DEPOSIT VAULT. REAL ESTATE T1TLKS INSURED. fiSH STOCKS AND BOtfDS SOLD. n. m, uuwu, rrw? u ?. omci, oet y. C. Jjuwllnff. V. P. a I. 8Ing!etou, A n't See'jr. Ml i ueo. It K. Gilchrist. Examiner of Title*. 0. Lamb, Prwldont Jos. 8tTBbii6.'CiihIfr1 r ?sW m, . J. A. Jetkrsox. AaciaUat QuMor. ; Bank of Wheeling! | CAI'ITAL $200,001), PAID IX. y ^ W1IKKUNO. W. VA. ; ' DIRECTORS: A. J Glurfco. Jowpli F. PaulL " a - James Cu mm In*. Iloart* Blebertoo. . A. Royn&nn. JoiejvU Beybeld. Gibson Lsmb. -.^j?3 Imerest paid on speiitl depoiltt \ Issues drafts on Knjrland IroUndsndSootlttulv . r$&2a myll JOaEPlI figyBULD, Cmblac. .. 4 TTIXCHANGE BANK. ill XU CAPITAL - ~*$2QOiOOO. J. JJ. Vance....... Preitdent.. "Li. DKUfujK .Vlco President. DIRECTORS: J. K. Vanca. (loom E Stlfal. . j "'ia !( J. M. Brown. William Elllngbata. V r ig , L. & Dolaplaln. W. A. Kolloy. J John Frew. I Draft* luued on Englaud, Ireland, Scotland >.s 1 and all polnu In Europe. J JOHN J. J0NE9. Cashier. , ^ j JgAH K OF THE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL?- ?3173.000. SVilliav iBtrrt President. vJa . Wivuav B Simivon* .....v ?w~yJ<$-F?etIde&& ^ Drafu on England, Ireland, Franco ana Ger- j many. L DIRECTORS. .w- |?H I William A. I*otL Mortimer Pollock. -7f ' J. A. MiUor. NVU1 Urn li. Slmpaon. ? M. Atkinson. John K. BotrforcL . 3 Henry Speyor. Victor Rosenborg. >.-?s Jacob C. Tnomiu. . . ' . Jal F. P. JKP80N, Cashier. . rfe PHOTOGRAPHY. owe dozen Aristo Photographs ^Jj AND LIFE-SIZED Portrait, ; | ONLY??9Q oo ! " * HIGGIN'S GALLERY.' ' " | jyjTLES' ART STUDIO. PHOTO OSLAFSS. pomum m Pjum, Oil, Cmw, W>tni mUii. '' -Si 2164 JltmN STBBET, _ - | DENTISTRY. QDONTUNDKR Teeth poiltlrely extraotad without pain tj jf local application. No attar effeots. CENTAL tVORK OF ALL KINDS ' :'gj CAREFULLY EXECUTED. .M ' A. B. MILLER. D.D.S.. J acl? ?Twelfth Street. Wheolm, V. Va. > * machinists. ' ... ) JJEDMAN&CO, \ ' ' "GENERAL 'MACHINISTS And Manufaoturara of Marina and Stationary Englnaa. ? ' atl? . WBgBLINQ. W/ VA. GROCERIES ETC. H The Superiority-'v 1 Sroir<^toe^^F^MSl*BLu! KLopit I . haacreatfldiuoha-jtoinand. .Draw roar .tJEg ' own oonchulob. Vonale onlr at >n H. F. 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