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Tho Council Committee on Finance
luoL Law. Evouiny.
GAS BOARD STATEMENT RECEIVED.
It ShowA 'J lint Thorn Will Bo a Short ago
of Over'lwo Thousand Dollars
at tho End or the Year?Various
Measures Suggested toKelicvothe
htrin^fiit Condition ol" A flairs?Action
The city council committee oil finance
met last evening at the otiice of City
GlerkThoner4or the purpose of continuing
its investigations of the city's
financial condition, with the purpose of
curtailing all possible expensos. At
this meeting President Dunlevy was to
present a statement as to the probable
needs of the gas board for the remaining
three months of tho year, and tho
city clerk was to give figures as to tho
probable needs of the other departments
of tho city government for the
same poriod. Those present wore
Chairman Maxwell, and .Messrs. Gruse,
Brock and Richards.
The committee wan cailed to order by
tho chair shortly after 6 o'clock, when
Ifesidunt Dunlevy, of tho gas board,
was called upou-for his statement. Ho
presented it to the committee; it was
IXTVStkTf/RECEIPTS AND EXPENSES.
cojfc T 7,6*7 61
Hsuliuff .... .JSai < '>
Uw..3? hM w#
SU|?pli?? 1,000 W-fU/KS 89
v.igvi f 6.W3 61
r<*J...X. 1.100 0O
i v.hA... 1.104 U)
fiuppllen "j 00? 7,422 CI
Rllu due and tin
VjMid 9 i:wo ?i
Electric lhth t con I <' ?Sundry
MU? 712 *>- 3,535 ?-?3j,Q17 19
balance in bank 8 i*0 00
< iuh 1W0D
<'ouoty orders..- 0AM
Freight bllU 1,886 1C
Eat 1 m a led rocolpta.
J mor... 29,OSO 00- *U849 37
J'robable shortage $ '2,ICS 12
After the statement hail been examined
by the members of tho comm
it tee, there was some discussion as to
how the shortage should bo met, and
iMr. Punievy said that the board had
before this handled largei* shortages,
and could probably take caro of this.
A member remarked that that was tho
wav these shortages that council has
previously relieved', arose.
Tho chairman remarked that the
fibres submitted by Mr. Dunlevy did
not agreo with a statement he had
Heen ttiat cam? from tho secretary of
tho board. Mr. Dunlevy roplied that
ho kneiv that tho figures which ho presented
to tho committee were correct.
Mr. Maxwell said that the statement he
saw gave a coal indebtedness of $3,000,
with the freight rebate taken oil. Tho
Dunlevy statement, on tho contrary,
gave tho total amount of coal bills at
something less than that liauro and
with over a thousand dollars in
freight to bo taken off. After
some further discussion some of the
comraitteo members thought they also
wanted to see a statement showing the
entire workings and condition of the
gas board'satfairs. Tho president of tho
board said tho socrotary is now at work
on such a statement, or balance sheet.
Tho committee then requestod that tho
prosidontof the board submit that statement
to tho commiUeo at its next meeting.
Mr. Richards was of the opinion
% also that figures should bo presonted to
tho committee showing tho present cost
of manufacturing gas, and that if it
should be shown that the cost is mora
than the selling price, or vory near it,
measures should bo taken to displace
such a condition of affairs. Mr.; Dunlevy
was asked to have such a statement
Mr. Gruae said that tho life of the
prosent board is so short that not much
elso than the balance shoot can be expected
from them, showing that they
havo retired from office with everything
At this stago of the proceedings Mr.
Brock asked ft question 01 rresiueat
Dunlevv which aroueod Home merriinont
and win not answered. The question
"Have you in your mind any plnco
within the jurisdiction of tho pas board
whore, if you were rotiring from oflice,
you could suggest any improvement?"
Mr. Richards seemed to havo curtailmont
on his mind. Ho remarked that
])o had heard a good deal about curtail*
niont in the newspapers and not much
elsewhere. Mr. Richards' remarks suggested
to Mr. Maxwell, the chairman of
the committee, that a good place for
curtailment is iu the police department.
Then followed a considerable
amount of discussion as to whether
curtailment in that department is practicable.
Mr. Gruso brought thoxommitteo
back to the subject in hand by
remarking that it was not the purpobo
of the committee at that time to singlo
out any onedepartment tor curtailment.
One member was moved to say that
all lato council legislation had been in
the way of additional expenditure instead
of cutting down of expenses.
A suggestion in the way of cutting
down expenses came from Mr. Brock;
it was to make the office of city engineer
a salaried one. It was pointed out
that this would not havo saved the city
anything this year.
Then tho matter of a city auditor,
whose duty would be to audit the books
of all the city departments camo uo and
was favorably received by the members.
At present each department has its
Mr. Maxwell was of the opinion that
tho whole system of tho city's qpvernment
should bo changed. It waspointed
out that it is a very difficult matter
to get legislation of interest to Wheeling
through tho legislature.
Finallv tho committee adjourned to
mNt within ten days, as soon ss Mr.
Dunlovy has tho statement from tho
gas board ready.
Hup* ami Ml#!inp? in the Thriving Clljr
Acrou llic Klver.
A prominent young manufacturer of
this city found a bottle in tho river, in
which was the address of a young lady
who residesatTnrentuin, Pa., and desired
n gentleman correspondent. The young
man wrote to the girl, and they are
carrying on an interesting correspondence.
From the interest already taken here
in tho Intelligencer's scheme for popular
trips to Chicago, within tho reach
of all, it is probable that a large number
of Martin's Ferry people will embrace
the rare opportunity offered.
William Davis, whoso arrest was
caused by Lacy Williams, daughter of
Mrs. "Powder Monkoy" Williams, on a
delicate charge, wa* yesterday fined $10
and costs. He says ho will marry the
Workingmen are kicking because the
cars oo the new electrical railway do
not leave for Hollairc until 7 a. in. They
formerly commenced running at t>
The Y. M. C. A. foot ball club is practicing
daily and peeing to bo improving'.
Afur next featurelay the club will be
open fur engagements. There is talk ol
an exhibition game Saturday.
Rev. A. K. Brownlea leaves to-day for
Martin, Mich., to attend the inoetfmr of
the U. P. synod of Ohio. From there
he iroen to Chicago to attend tho fair.
.mi8h neuue, 01 .umnosoia, who nan
boon visiting her sister, Mrs. John
Hoelun. and her brother John, roturned
yesterday, stopping at Chicago.
Miss Mary Davidson, who has beon
laid uu with typhoid fever for six or
seven weeks, is able to be about the
The "Mean Eaters" wore defeated in a
game of ball yesterday by the "Scoured
to fciay" by a score of to 18.
.Mrs. C. H. Dilloy, oi New York, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. IS.
Howard Montgomery returned to
school at Columbus yesterday.
Mr. Albert Lipphurdt has quit the
The Burglar" was played to a good
house last night.
All Sorts or I.oral Newt and Gossip froiu
tli? Glass I'll jr.
Nothing more is positively known
concerning Edward F. Barton, the man
who diod while being removed from
this city to the infirmary last Sunday,
but it is thought he was the sou of a
man who kepf a confectionary store
here some years ago. Mayor Met So wan
telegraphed to Kave/ina last week, but
no word has been received from there
concerainir the man, althougn tie raid
that was his home.
Governor McKinley will speak here
on the evening of October 19, and the
county committee and city committee
will act together in makire this a bur
meeting, lion. L. Danford will spent:
nt .Ktnavillo on the 12th, just ono week
before tlio McKinley meeting, and will
stir tho boys up thero to come down to
bear tho Little Napoleon ou the 19tb.
Tho Uravel Hill reading room was
opened with a splendid crowd in attendance
last night, and Kev. Dr. Gooko
made an interesting address to those
present, which was followed by short
talks from others. The room is now
open each evening to all who will
Francis Crawford, ono of tbo oldest
citizens, died yesterday morning from
the effects of paralysis, in tho seventysecond
year ot his a^e. He was born in
Iroland, but came here in 1854, and
was married at Barneaville in 1850. His
wife and. a large family survive him.
Will Kossiger has been adjudged insane
by the probate court, and will be
taken to the asylum to-day. He is willing
to go, apparently realizing that he
should receive treatment, for a time, at
Considerable interest is manifested
here in the Intelmqekcek's popular
World Fair trips. Mr. K. 0. Haase, the
Baltimore Ohio ticket ngent, will furnish
information as to the details of the
It ia now stated with apparent authority
that tho glasaworkors voted to waive
tho summer stop rulo, but to preserve
the limit rule, at their meeting last Saturday.
The Democrats aro making an ellort
to have ux-Govarnor Campbell make a
spoech hero, and will probably succeed,
as "Mr. Neal'a dates are all taken."
Henry Grella loft yesterday for Now
Coinerstown, where his horse goej in
tho 2:40 trot to-day. Bad Aclor was
taken to Cadiz lor tho iair there.
Frank B. Archer, chairman of the
county Republican committee, was along
the rivor front yesterday looking after
a thorough reorganization.
John Davis, the street paving contractor,
will begin work on the Gravel
hill streets to-morrow morning.
Mrs. VV. R. Morgan and her sistor,
Miss Flora Hutchiuaon, left yesterday
lor the Worlu'a Fair.
A. W. Kennon, the Democratic candidate
for prosecuting attorney, way in
A circular thrown about town indicates
that the mill mine is now fully
There will bo a ball at Turner hall tomorrow
evening. Killmyer will play.
A. C. Darrah, wife and daughter, loft
for the World's Fair voaterday.
Mrs. J. H. Vanco, of Flushing, is
YlSlllHg IUHUUB iu lillO
The stool works will resume to-morrow
> The city council will meet this evening.
' A Mltrrllnnrou* Melange of Minor Mnt|l*?r?
from Mnrshitirn Motropoiiit.
A slight break in the machinery at
the Bridgewater Company's woll yesterday
will dolay matter* for several dava.
Fishing for the stuck tools is still in
progress at the Koborts* Farm woll.
The holo has not beeu abandoned and
will not bo as long as thero is any hope
of recovering the tool.
Lou Velton, who was seriously injured
in an upset while returning from
a social on last Friday at Riley's Ridgo,
has been very low. He had live
hemorrhnges i ? to last ovening.
The Mothodiat pulpit was filled on
Sunday last by Rev. J. A. Fullorton, of
Wheeling, as Rev. Mr. Grimes is at the I
fair, accompanied by his wife.
Prof. D. T. Williams, 11. L. Purdy, A. I
Bryaou, Thomas Mathews and James A.
Sigafooae arrived Sunday from the
W. B. Mathews left Sunday for Wash-1
in1.'ton, L>. C., to reauiue hit work, after
a visit to his pareuta here and a trip to [
Miss Pearl Pipes, daughter of Capt.
Pipos, of Washington, D. C., is visiting
tho home of Mia3 Madge Mathews*.
The Bloyd Driller Company has completed
another water well for the Hum- j
The Christian Kndeavorers will hold a
socfal this evening at the home of the j
Misses Courtwright. 1
Kev. J. N. Jefterson has returned j
from Bowman, whom ho was holding a ,
aerios of meotings.
B. IS. McLuskoy is at work again after
a sorious illne*s, and is now occupying
liis new residence.
It is understood that the glass house '
will resume work in a few days. Firea I
have been started.
Tho public school oponed yesterday
witli an attendance of nearly six hundred.
B. Cheesebrough and wife, of I
Allegheny, Pa., have removed here.
Mrs. A. 0. Baker is quite sick. ?? ;
WIipMIiic to the World'* Kulr for Hil, via |
Popular "Pan Handle Koutt*."
October 5th train leaves 6:30 a. m..
city time, $11 round trip; valid return-'
itig October loth, giving ton full days al
the Fair. J. G. Tomlinson. Ticket
Agent, Pennsylvania Lines, Wheeling.
ATTEND bwnbncket'i Opening to.day.
No Constable Elected to Fill til
BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONER?
A Large Amount ol' limit imp Unships
Transacted at tlio lingular Mcetlnj
of tlif* Hoard?A Constable for Lit
crty District?The .Matron at tli
All the mornbora of tho county coin
miesioners were present at yesterday'
uiuuuny mcKjii .nr. i yaun, w uu m ???.?
tiso World's Fair. Tbe court house ani
jail committee recommended th
payment of bills for $431 09, which wa
approved. The finance committee rc
portod $1,581 72 as due, which wos oi
Lewis Steonrod'a delinquent dop ta
list of $111 50 was allowed.
Tho clork was instructed to have 10
copies of tho schedule of justices an*
constables' fees printod on cardboard
It was resolved to appoint a committu
of throe to appraise tiie new county jai
and site. Tho clerk's financial state
meat was approved and ordered to b
printod in the city papers, as hereto
Tho poor house and farm committe
reported $533 37 of bills, which wor
ordered paid. Thoro wore eighty-tw
inmatoB in the intirmary in Septemboi
The superintendent pot leave of absonc
for ten days to po to Chicago.
Mills on tho contingent poor fund c
$700 37 were approved.
The road and bridge committee rc
ported bills for $2,455 -0, which wer
ordered paid, and about $-50 of othe
bills were added.
An ordtnanco fixing the fees to bi
paid in examinations for lunacy wa
passed. A justice pets $3, a constab!
$2. each witness fifty cents, and tin
county physician must make tho exam
ination without extra compensation.
The county clork was allowed dv orui
nance $500 per year for work on tli
land books an?l $50 per yoar for copy
ing tlie personal property books.
A petition from residents of Triadel
pliia district to bo allowed to work on
their road taxes on a certain road wa
referred to the road and bridge com
rnittee for examination and report.
A number of citizens of Koney'
Point petitioned the board to have th
Baltiuioro & Ohio railroad company l
put up safety gates at the pike crossin
there, which is very dangerous. Ih
county engineer was instructed to se
the Baltimore it Ohio officials and ascot
tain what could bo accomplished.
William Lauchlin resigned aa
county constable, and it was unani
mouply accepted. To lill the vacanc
Joseph Conrad and C. G. Cowan wer
nominated. There was some discussion
and finally the election was postpone)
until the next meeting.
A vacancy was caused in the otlico o
constable for Liberty district, tieoru
Lowe, who was elected, havinc failed ti
qualify. John Biggs was nominated b
Mr. Maxwell, and elected unanimously
Mrs. Farroll resigned as matron of th
infirmary, and her resignation was at
copted. Miss Martha Thornburg an
Mrs. Pebbler were nominated. On inc
tion of Mr. McGregor Mrs. Pebbler wa
etnployod to discharge the duties of
matron until ono is choseu by th
On motion of Mr. Irwin the clerk wa
innt rnptfxl to iiuiiurn of Secretary Bttkei
of the State Hoard of Health, what ac
tion, if any, that body had taken on th
election of a local board ot health 1>
The board not through its business a
noon and adjourned.
NOTKS ON NAVIGATION.
Ntngo of Water und Movoiwnt * of HuntThe
The C. H. Woods is to-day's schedule*
packet, yhe will leavo at 11:30 a. m
and on this trip will go through to Kay'
Kun, lifteon miles helow Matainorat
where she has a consignment of freigh
The marks at the public Sanding las
evening showed a twenty-inch stage o
water in the channel. The prospoct
lor nigner water are nu. xuv uiu nv?
dogs predict there will be no navigabl
water until the middle of November.
Capt. John M. Phillips, the" genia
and popular commander of the Iroi
Queen was here yesterday looking a
his boat which is harbored at the wate
works abovo town. During the lo->
water the boat has been so thoroughl
overhauled that she will be hardly rec
ognizablo when sho comes out on th
first boating stage.
If you desire u luxuriant growth c
healthy hair of a natural color, nature'
crowning ornainont of both sexes, us
only Hall's Vegetable Sicilian iiair Kg
Attend Worl'a Millinery Opening Oc
tober and 4. 10VS Main utroot.
Brine? comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly usea. The many,'who live better
than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to it.* presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleasant
to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect laxative;
effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and "fever
and permanently curing constipation
It has piven satisfaction to million? and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
nets, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free frou
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syruj
Co. only, whose name is printed on even
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs
aud being woll informed, yon will no*
| accept any substitute if offered.
NO FUSEL OIL
I ThU I* eutphntlenlly a wlilnkry for the
home. It propertle* known to
u no other whiskey, unil hence is especially
i valuable fur
There are few residences In nnjr town or
X city of America where Duf!Xy'n Pure Mule in
not kept on hitiul constantly for sudden
q colds, coughs, chills, possible pneumonia
or other serious complaints. It lint the
highest endorsement*. Ho sure to secure
! the genuine from your druggist or grocer.
0 Send for illustrated pamphlet to
1 DUFFY HALT WHI8KKY CO.,
'* HOCIlKSTKIt, N. Y.
^ FOB RE1TT.
u No. 115 Fourteenth street -.. S-'-i ?0
No. II to High street ~ 00
No, j Alloy K and Terminal railroad 8 oj
if No. 5 Alloy Hand Tormiuul railroad moo
No. 'lit 10 Jacob 18 0:i
No. Main street 10 00
'* No. ITU-' ("liiipline ?treet. store room
e No. via'* Woods street, Uirec rooms !? 00
- No aw Alley 1? D CW
No. '^SO'.' Alley It. two rooms 0 <0
No. 21M Main street, three room* 6 ft')
B No.'JOThirty-third street * fiO
s No. :U!7 (.'hti|>liue street, two roouis ft 00
No.'JrtJO Alloy K. two rooms oo
" No. 260J Market street, two rooms. 7 (K>
U No. 107 Alley 16, mo rooms ft oo
. N?> 131 Twenty-ninth street * ? <>
No. 183 Twenty-ninth street 7 oo
No 19JO Main street, three rooms y 00
i- Bolldlni; for munnfanturlni; or wholesale
e busluess. In roar of No. l.V)l Market it.
,! FOB SALE.
* Lots In Hampden Plsro. Thirteenth street
s No. 11 (VI llnth street, two lots and three
h<?u?es lor - $:.??
No. J*i-S Muln street ......... ?i.0W
.No. 2341 Main street "
No. 606 Market M wot. SI, l'>?.
u I.??t No. s >uth 1'rout .uroc'.. fiO foot front,
0 running to river.
, Jvitu toUuii'l five acre* of land in Tria<l? Ipnia.
- with two dwelling. slatuhu-r houtu. tee home,
e bUthlo ami nlxty beiirl ii; fruit tre-j*. for 12,0)).
0 Lot No l'.?. -ection it. Centre Ktroct. Moun<l<villc.
anil 10 shares in Moiiudsvlllo Mining atvl
rorner lo1 north of *trcot car barn. Forty..
eighth and Jacob *treeU
Lot No. 13 Water street, south of Forty-eighth
y Lot- Nos. 0 and 7 EolT street south of Fortyp
Lot No. l-i south of Forty-oighth street ami
east of Jacob street.
1 No. 10 r> t'haplino street.
No. 1029 Ko'l stroot.
, No. J0J5 MeColloch street.
' No. 10W McCollocii Urce;.
o No. 231 Twenty-ninth street
j No. 2628 Main street
" JAMES A. HENRY,
0 Real nutate Agent. I". 3. Claim Attornoy. Collector
aud Notary Public.
il buSO 1612 Markat Straet.
; LOT ON FOURTEENTH STREET
! Wo nfr.T f\?r nt 11 liirvuin. If bought fil
< once, the westerly SO fCfll of COT Na iO At tho
Miiithwcst cornerof FOUK'fJCKKTH and .1 A<x>lt
' STKKliTs. The lot bus a depiil of 1W feet to utt
^ SYQOQwUl Imv No. 2349 Olmpllno street, lot
36x120, with eight-roomed. brick house.
No. 6!) Twenty-eighth street, four room*. ...Si 2 no
,i No.^xtchapllnestreot. tlve rooms i?? fo
No. 77 Main street, live room* Hi 00
No. ima) Main street, two rooms 7 .so
n No. ??> Seventeenth street, losir rooms 11 00
. No. 21 17 Main street, storeroom.
' No. 11". Fourteenth struct, frame, C> rooms
t ami luktli 2fi CO
No. 87 Ohio street, frame. Ave rooms. 1.1 ??
Na 7! Twcnty-clchth street, frame. 3 rooms. loot
t No. 2trj Coal street, frame. rooms 7 0?
f No. 2-117 Alley 11, brick. 2 rooms 7 0)
a No. 21tM Mniii .Street, ihinl boor. 2ro(ims... ft 00
Sixroomeu frame thvelHnc at Leathcrwoori,
e Store room* on South street. In Hcarnc Tab.
No. 21 "J Main street, storeroom ami dwolliug.
'J Money to Loan. Firo Insurance.
;vr RINEHART & TATU M,
y Crrr Bask Buildino,
? Telephone 'Jllf. [sel5| Boom No. 6.
? ^Ten-roomed brick, lot :tfx400, river view
!* North Front street. Idand. $>,Q00.
Four-roomed frame house, lot 0x120, very
Kisht.roomed brick- liouso ot? South Front
street, betwuon the bridw. SJ.'Khi.
Four-roonn d Loum* on Virplnla street. $1,100.
- Six-rootncd hpu?e on South Huron street, new,
Five-roomed house on South Poun street,
I have bargains in houses and bulldinu lots
everywhere, on tho Island and on this sido.
Come In, inquire and lookut the bargains I will
ofl'er you. Abo in tarin*.
H AR RV J. F= I N K,
Tel^pbon" C.<7. fs<V-71 U|:i Market str^g'..
Having received the agency
for Edison's .Mimeograph, we
are now able to supply the trade
with any number. Also anytiling
in the way of supplies.
1SGS MARKET SriltKT. lei
) AND SCHOOL STATIONERY.
LITERARY AND F.l.-IIlox MAGAZINES
Weekly and Daily N*ew?paperi. Delivered Free
of Kxtra Colt.
C. H. QUIMBY,
f? i hi ; Mart et str .
I s THE INTELLIOENCER/ f
Has a Thoroughly Equipped Job
BOOK ADD COMMERCIAL PRINTING
HEBMSOOBF DAV-J. S. RHODES A CO.. iTF*
Thursday, October 5,1893,
U ill bo celobrated all over the United S'ato^ in recognition of tlio preat mrviea
which 1-oui.s Hormsdorf, the jreat Saxon Dy?>r rendered to humanity in giving to
tho world a TRUE FAST BLACK. Wo shall pronont our customers on tnis uay
with the beautiful
furntahod by Louis Hermsdorf as a compliment to lii-i customer* in America.
This souvenir was prepared for tho World'* Fiiir and was presented to visitors
there until September 1, when it was withdrawn to b? presented to tho patrons
of the Hermsdorf Fust Black through tho retail merchants of the country.
TO MAKE THIS EVENT EVENTFUL
We propose to namo Special Trices for this day on our
Hermsdorf Fast Black
' The Intelligencer's 1 Cent a Word Coupon.
If you have a house to rent or something to sell or trade, want to
buy anything, want a situation, want a good cool; or a good servant,
a faithful clerk, 3 desirable boarding place, or have found or lost anything,
write just what you want, plainly, in tile blanks below. Cut
this out and send with amount, at the rate of one cent per word for
' first insertion and one-half cent per word for each s.ibs.'^ueut insertion,
to THli INTELLIGENCER, No. 27 Fourteenth street. Notn!
ing less than 10 cents.
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1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1
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WANTED. REAL ESTATE.
WAXTKD-S.U.ESMA$ F0RCA1.I- _
FOIINIA WINES Sim per month ami H Cj /\ [ t Hi
ox|M*iises. with rbance for advance. CoramlMion ^ ' r "
bufm'.w ?' >"""?' pnco.tu.i will pay to
K-'-'- ? "-P*- A"l"-"lp' (-'"1- ? ' l. u .-.'XIW.... North From -Ircrl on '>rn-r or
/^ENEUALOK LOCAL. AGENTS.
VJ i/idK's or uents $7.> n week. Lx<-liuive v ?i I'lch > r <L\W
territory. TUB HAPW DISJl WASH Kit. Washes ) ; , , '; : . . 1%??'
all ell"? dishes for a finally In about ono minute. (iof><j |)(, j , ... , ' v v hfwt nf In
Washes rit^os anddric* them without wetting t|,;D? for SttM) y
the bund*. You j?u>b the button, the innehin - 1 i"..?:or i :..i nn snnth f.-m ?-r. ?
does the rest. Bright, polished dish*. .m l hltl. Srouud V
cheerful wive*. No acaldcd fitijrcr/t. no soiled i",,,, f?r t,,.' a, : tm , ih,p?ntl -ri<,
hands or clothitnr. No broken dislie?. no muu>. south Front.
r .ilnn ">st^ n^k\o i n K, * '>> f-oton N .m, n.,ron street
' ,,AUUI ,N *c0.,< .L.k No. lo. C"luint'u?. O. rjllrtisa [i;iV,,| Mnvt. on ,ll( n c-.ir lino and will
1'H.v rniruha?cr j?oo<! returns
Kclvcdorc lot-. Hut u fcti'cood one* left I'rloe
FOR RENT Jl'Otoi.wj,
1 -J i O". O. OIVH-^XJC, lia Market Ft.
IWK UK NT. OCTOHKK 1.?TH1SKK >< :?
.1 rooms and cttlc. All in good dominion
?-lro*'l. WH-HAM '/.INK. " w.'> m, 1 \ - BUILDING LOTS!
UK hi.Nl. S200 burs lof 5ixl7? in ihr.t Ivturottiiu Una
Second floor. No. 22 Tenth >treet.Mx rooms.
bath room ami hall. 126Q> |?or mouth. Second ciluoa'e voiir uhllrh?n*ii<iV. 1.1< ..if!
floor. No. !')0J Slain street, al.\ poms. bath room f/Vly^,llr.' ."}n'i; i 1 } 'WR\^
and ball. per month. Third floor. No 10to VfW' l/n V.,,!. ,? i r,. t:?
Main street, four rooms and hall.> j>or month. on 1y | .i,,'1, ,1
Larce Imminent bnrber shop, corner Main and SJ!! J"/'x lIHO?l ls- "??'*? ? "
at** pur James'I TOSY totc lDl?
jXMMttiOD. JAMIu K HAWLM. loVl in U-alhi*rt\oo<l eliean Lot* al Koho
"bH Main ? Point ehe.jt?. l.ots at Hdslm-smi chew I>oUat
1r*OI' RENT I'h-aMint Vullcvrh*5ap I.otm i'lui (irovocheap.
* * ( ilj on its. \\'c are hcad.jiiaitor, for National
One flat, five rooms and bathroom, flnt floor. 0 ow" .
No. 2101 Koirstreet. .
One flat, four rooms and bathroom, seoond _?Ov?_J J iJd (3C Z_j A FN] H I
floor. No. J105 Kofl'street. ,.%. . ......... ........ ,"*
Onetlat, (ounoom*. No. C6 Twenty-third street. ? .' 1 ''j
One flat, three room*. Nn.WTvventy-tblrd street.
u III. ..!! i??i.r..v,Mn.?ri(4 .
jv-r-' F. H. LANGE. JD (J-CV/ to A. I I HJ.
I."Lh iti Bebrcn'n ami ripol.!? !* : addition.
FOR SALE. ''oruor lot, Tlilr:v lifrh mid ''.? ?[ luu -ireatt
? ??- houso two room* aud sitclien. ?'ii'.Mp
17*0R SALE ?A SMALL BAKERY I flour mill, wiili ml it <r> iwouty-lr*
dolncncoixl bu-dncss: bc-t of reason* for barrelcapieitv. W.n r and <t<-a<ijpi v. Si*
selling. GfcjOBGE J- MATHISON. vtU Mark.-t ?<?d p an r ni-ootta .??? !. doing iron! h.?ln??
street. v *< .:? 'u lu-cuuuir.. ThMs a bargain. Coal irlPtlii
? -IjO feet. Has thirty-** v-mi ncres of laud. Will
17* OR SALE?THE ONLY DltU(i M^nll tocotli.-rur mill ^-pirate
1 store In a rapidly growing town, on R A 0. . v.? To*street, frame bom* nix room
ICR. Good reason* forvlliug. Address "('AM- Jar<M.*il, r alio. iortie* Eaw term*
PHOR." care Intellucncor. aeii Koff str. - B leU r?ou?c. ?ix roomt
and hill ?o<? I !o?*iti.. m?*ar?. Knr.v terms.
STOCKS FOU SALE. houses o? w??o-i ?treo:. high ground
No. ( lis. :?.' ) and ?52! *SJi <nr)i.
J)share. Bollalrc Nail Mill Tl??"'lr-nlntli. lone room*
vOshare* Peabody Itunranro Co. oft''? ' , J , . . ,? ..
30 Share* .Etna Standard IAS. Co.. common. . A *<** \ ? ot J' < ?;?' "no ?nd \ half miles.
2U sharps Foatorla Glaa* Co I " cllf: K??j. whan! si: anrci m
i sham Fort Ilenrr Club prapea ha< artro room I hou<e. sublet ntx and
Hi sunn s Fire ?t Marine Insuratico Co. nnrtPfor h!^mYi-w>rtr **" ?'Qur tor,lu ,,r
10 s'bir Mai? I'o >'oti Sfcco Coninanv. th-'KlVbtliw 'T'on JlU.? J0? ^
20 shares /Etna Standard iron and Steel Co. tfm?j forashotf
. ... K J*' lS%\??|i!??s"r<'ot >;'? ?l Thirty eighth street. six rooms, n.;w.8J VWL
so-' iJL:?! ?: :? H"i<-kuou*o four roo at and pall. FortyfluS
2^ou SALE. and Woodstreet lull lot
My farm adjoining Park View, tho beautiful JOSEPH A. ARKLE,
mbarbun town, Siva miles emit of W hcelina D ....
Tbo farm la ill'siutm with a ?<km| fmlt orchard, Al-"ri, ,/ 1? ir/ an i lUsoi ijuto
containing fix kind* <>t plums, erub applei ,a7v" ? 1l*'V wnU coltcu.al
p?ur oiiinccs ai.d all the other frutw. tio<.d O hce So Ul, Jacoi.
building lou. For i??rticular*addrc<a or raitou j *lea "'*h?|i aul trait ag?'!it Iawaga
* 1 rilAULKH PAPK. tl-kev* to and from all p*ruo( Kttrope. Afto
oft Elm Grove, or on prcmU?*. drafti to any point in hurcpn. roriS
JEWELLING HOUSES P0KHA1.K- ^ Q S A. Xj E!.
Two-story frame house In iEtnavlllo eoutajii !
InalOrootna. Two bualneni housos on Main ?troet. Centra
Two ouo-?tory frame dwelling In Klrkwood. Wheeling Cheap.
r.nd a flue farm for aalo; cheao mid r.i-r terma lloosaof tcren rooms, brick. Sixteenth atreet,
II T. HOW I ll $4 Via
insurance and Ileal tatate Ageot. II<nu? of four rooms. Twenty-ninth street, lot
au24 Bridgeport. Ohio. 3)xl6>fcot SI -iiXi,
, Ifonso of Ave rooms, brick. EofT street. Centra
Ir'Oli .sai.l. wiimuor. moo.
; House of seven rooms. Fifteenth street. 85.400.
House of six ro/?m* brick, lot 'J&X122 feet. Main
A FEW CHOICE LOTS AT EDGIXGT0X. ?tr?-1. centre wbe -in.g i-u?. ^
l/)tea?t end Konrtcentb stri-ct. TOO ?
Ch'.p.a,I on Ka<r Tonru. ?-'? ' ?? ! "'"P- .... ,
House ol live rooms, \\ oods street. Eait W heelW
V HOHF ina. 81.800.
iIV-/VJ* -'- Hou^e of four rooms, Elghtconth street. 91.000.
nr6 r'tf IUtiW Buil'llng 1:>? Mark " Threehoun**, Moyslen '.reot. cheap. SiftW..
House of three rooms. Twelfth street. 8i50.
House of eight rooms, blxioenth street, in
DRUGGISTS. good condition 3' 701
? Ihree lot*. SOxlOUO fee:, Fjlan, White A GallaVIOLET
CREAM! | House of^ai* room nud stable, Kighteeuth
vm At r"T I""* P A "\ 1 I Three lots in Park Maw, chean.
ViULfc 1 v_>i\C A|V1 ! t ?>u"-halflot. McColloch street. Centre Wheal?
ri/^vt pT p) C A \A I Pineauburtian prop rty. two mile* from the
VIOLb 1 L.KbAMl ^ "**
KISISt.1''1 Ch?'' Flutf"lartn^rriaacn*.o^aNatfotial ro?d. ntiw
li?nu aceHI". ml:c, riul oI ,bc citr. oneuv lorm>
I arcre* Rnttle?; 15c House lour rootn?.T*n?nty.tlilrd street II 200.
t-argo tsouies ioc. ^9^ Husineas property oo Market street at uo-Jer
SOLD BY? ate price.
Out* of the best manufacturing sites in the
RH ! 1ST lOlO Main St.. clt*. frontlni!on two railroads
. n. LIO I , IUIU ivirtiri -Jio frtvi. #-0). 8l 000, 81.800 nn1 |?.0W to loan on
A>*I> DEALERS GENERALLY. ?l*J" real e,,utp
MACHiNists- NESBITT & DEVINE,
JOEDMAN 4 CO., 1739 Market streM. ^
GENERAL MACHINISTS. *JGB + W3RK*
And Manufacturers of Marine and. MEATJ.Y and PROMPTLY EXECDTXO
U7 WIIttUSG. W. VA. AT TUt LNTELUOE-SCEB JOB HOOKA