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"AFTER THE BALL"
Tho Republican Victories of Tuosday uro to bo CELEBRATED IN GREAT STYLE NOW. JJi'idtfoport will liuvc a Uig Jolllflcatiou thlgJ?vonii)g and lYhoolluff will Hold a Love I-'cust Friday Night. Some ol' the LoHorn Uutlorta&o to Explalu (ho Wherefore ol it, Yostorday almost the only topic of conversation about town waa tho result of Tuesday'a elections. Democrats who had lost money on the result in some ca6ea doclarod with straight faces that they wore "not at all surprised," but for tho most part thoy were frank enough to udmit that they did not know what hit them. The impromptu procession headed by Mayer's brass band continued to do the town until a pretty late hour yesterday ijttp'rniug, waking up prominent Kopublicans by serenading thorn and cheerifiir. The last stop was made at ex-Mayor Seabright's, where "After tho J5aU" was played, and Charley showed he could takoa joko by coming out 011 tho balcony in his role demiil and uomg a dance. Ho was wildly cheered. The Uellairo Republicans jollified last night with anamotintof enthusiasm worthy of the magnificent majority McKiuluy received in the btato and tlio great victory of the Belmont county ticket, iieatherington's band was out, and a big crowd followod it all over the town. Numbers wore out in carriages, among them being several of the Democratic committeemen. Hod lire galore was burned. In one carriage a lot of tho red lire caught lire and the clothes ot the occupants of tiio vehicle suffered somewhat. The JJcliairo colored Republicans celebrated till a late hour yesterday, marching about town and singing "Iho Cat Came Back." Tho splendid result in Belmont county of electing the on tiro Kepubucan ticket was tint principal topic of conversation over the river yesterday. Captain Dan ford, who all through tlio campaign staked his roputation on 1,000 to l,2U0in tiiecomity, was tho recipient of many high compliments. No matter how much the local dissensions were pressed upon him, tiie captain maintained that nothing could prevent the people from giving voice to their pent up feelings through the ballot box. The result shows that he had gauged tho public pulse correctly. Colonel l'oorman was also sanguine, but never got hiu figures that high. Tho colonel was a little eoro at the cut of Mr. Weems, bocause ho regarded it as being on his account, but it catno in such a way that ho is enjoying the result of the election now with bolter feeling. Tho Bridgeport Republicans havo engaged a brass band and bought a few tons of rod tiro and they are going to colbrate in great shape this evening. Thoy will paint everything rod from tho nky down. They especially invito Wheeling clubs and other Republicans to ^ come over and help make a noise and ji enjoy a good time. Thoy also invito JJellaire and Martin's Forry brethren to bo with them on this glorious occasion. A crowd of Martin's Ferry Republicans wore out celobrating last night with a drum corps, horns, bolls,red lire, roinan candles, flags, mules, etc. Several wore mother hubbards, Democrats being among the number. They marchcd through tho .Etua-Standard mills, nnilc-s and all. Friday ovoning tho Wheeling Republicans will celebrate with a love feast in tho county club's hall, in tho 1. O. 0. F. block. Several good speakers from Ohio will bo presont and there will be good jliusic. belmont'b triumph. Tho following was received from St. Clairsvillo last night: The returns as computed unofficially give McKinley a plurality ot from 1301 to 14tlo. Tho deputy supervisors aro engaged in tubulating returns; rosult will bo known to-morrow. lieinlein, representative, will have a plurality of 1430 to 1501); Tall mail, probate judge, 1150; Kirk, treasurer, 1400; Weenie, prosecuting attorney. M00 to 900; Lopor, infirmary director, 1200. Tho Republicans of Belmont appreciate tho splendid work done by tho Lstw.mgkxckii for their ticket. Next to a home victory one in Wosi Virginia for Republican principles would be tho desire of the Ohio Republicans. now it was. Yesterday Intelligkxcer reporters attempted to get expressions as to tho causo of tho result, from Democrats in all the walks of life, but tho members of the party who had anything to say were scarce. Some expressions aro given below: One well known Doaiocrat said: "There was no election. The Rooublicans over iu Ohio held their primaries and nominated McKinley for President. Wo will vote next year." Judge George K. Boyd?"Tho natural courso of ovents. 1 lully expected it, anil 1 suppose everybody did." Donis O'Keeflb?"O, don't ask mo. There was no politics in it; it was a visitation of providence." John Walton?"I don't oxplain it. 1 am a Democrat, il am sawing wood." Assistant City Clerk Fee?"Tho hard times were the main cause, but thurc were a great many things entered into it." Herman Bentz?"I can't explain it." City Clerk Thoner?"It didn't snow tho next day, as it did last fall." ftugeno Z. llauko?"Tho dilatory conduct of the senate on tho silver bill and Cleveland's delay in dealing out ollices woro tho main things." Charles Bosley?"What inducement was there lor Democrats to voto? lloro a year after a Democratic administration goes in a Republican jollification parade Htops at the postollico and serenades the Republican force. That is enough to inako a Democrat lukewarm." Judge 1* S. Jordan shook his head. Peter Dolaplain?"How do you explain it?" General Manager Jolly, of the street railway?"I bco by tho Intklmgencku that you have been having a sort of Republican election over tho country, llaven't had time to look at our Democratic papors." Mr. Jolly, as was tho caso with a good many other Democrats who are interested iu industrial eutor prises, did not look very pad. Harry Stewart, of Brico's drug store-*011, that wasn't an election we had yesterday. It was merely a Republican primary that elected McKinley." Councilman "Billy" Irwin, of the Sixth ward?"1 have been in such 'a dazed condition to-day that 1 can't realizo hardly what has happened. The business depression was what caused it, 1 suppose." Charley Menkemeller?"Somo people say tho landslide yesterday was causod by husiuefts conditions. I tell you there was one other thing that had something | ? to <lo with tlio result inn largo moasuro, and that is tho i in memo amount of money that ha* been drain oil out 01 ovory community by pooplo who wont to tlio World's Fair." Jimmy Flanagan couldn't say a word. Ho was ovorwliolincd, dazccf. Michael Loftus?'*1 do remember now that you speak of it that thoy had two or ti?roo elections yes to rd ay. What caused it? did you say. Why tho industrial and business condition was attributed to the Democrat*, consequently tlioy wore involved in tho disastrous Watorloo." JC.dvvard B. Franzhoim?"I'm not surprised." lion. C. W. Jirockunicr?"Juat aa 1 predicted." Roy JJaylor?"Ohdon't " Robort Dovries?"Not very much." Wliarfmaster John Crock a rd?1" Well! I have nothing to say. 1 submit to tho majority. It looks as though tho peo- : plo wore not pleased." OlficerNick Herbert?-"Whoopoe! It's pretty tough, ain't it?" E. C. Sehoon?"I expected it. Another off year?wait until 1S1HJ." R. A. MoCabo?"It was a foregone conclusion. Tho Republicans carried uieir states and ino ijeuiocrais mora, i I am clad that Mavnard, of Now York, j wan defeated." Chief McXichol?"Thoro woro too many votes for us." Lieutenant Gnus?1"I don't know anything about any election. 1 have been out of town." r. h\ Farrell?"I aui too busy to think of politics." C. W. iCroitor?"Tho monkeying in Congress and the dullness ot business did it all." h\ P. Daiicy?"The Tariff Students wero taking a recess." A colored brother gavo a conclusive explanation of it, yesterday: "1 kin tell you how 't was. Las' yea' wo was too busy to go to de polls. Dis yea' We had pleuty tune to 'ten' to dat business." SHOT OIL CUT? A BIuu Ua-.tly Hurt near tlio Old Court lioiirtt) lanI Night. At 1 o'clock this morning a man who said he was Gust Crumler came to the police oflico, presenting a horrible sight. His face was covered with blood, his left eye swollen out of shape, discolored and blooding, and his nose and mouth were badly cut. He said \\m was with victor Aimers brother, when Miller shot him, the ball ontoritiir his month and coming out his eye. llo looked as if this might ho true. .Several officers went to investigate ami Dr. Ashbrook was called. It turned out that Crumler had kicked in the iloor of a room in the old court house basement, occupied by Mrs. Miller, and Charlos Miller and he threw stones at each other for some time. The doctor said his wounds were cuts, either by a knife or a sharp atone, llo looked a* if ho migt lose his eye. WEtiKS I'LKADS GUILTY. Tliu Nuw York l-hiil>vz/.lur in Sentuiiced to islng for Toil Yours. New Yobk, Nov. 8.?Francis IL Weeks was to-day sentenced to ton years imprisonment in Sing Sins prison, llo pleaded guilty on arraignment and the entire proceeding did not occupy live Viinutos. District Attornoy Nichol explained to ?lin r.u.npilor tlint. wlinn Wonka wiw brought into court tho prisoiipr had boon remanded for n week on Friday luat by Judge Marline at Weeks' request, but that Weeks, who was held under live indictments, had asked to be permitted to plead guilty to one of these charging him with grand larceny of $72,300, the property of Clomonco ?S. li. Fish (Mrs. .Nicholas Fish) which he held in trust. "Do you so plead?" asked Clerk Ilall. "I do,'1 replied SVecks, in a subdued voice. "Then I movo tho immodiato sentence of tiio prisoner," said .Mr. Nicoll, whereupon Recorder Smyth, in a voice full of sadness aud aevority pronounced tiie sentence. ilI rocret very much to bo placed in tho position of sentencing a man who is a memboor of tho eamo profession to which I belong, aa a member of a firm which 1 have had many transactions," said tho recorder. "I know that you belong to a well connected responsible family 1 know that you havo brought ruin and disgraco upon yourself and your family and that you feel it keonly.". "It is unnecessary for mo to Bay further. Tho sentcnco of tho court is that you bo confined in tho statu prison at hard lubor lor tho term of ton years." Weeks took his sentence, the heaviest tho law allows for his otloneo, without flinching, llo seemed to havo expected it. llo told Clerk Hall in answer to tho usual questions that he was forty-nine years old. llo looked fifteen yoars older than that when ho arrived la6t Friday from Costa Rica. Ho looked 10 years younjier as ho stood erect and finely poised at tho bar of justice today. lie had no lawyer, lie turned and followed the slioriiV's deputies out of court with a fir in tread. Tiioy took Kim across tho hall of tho ollko of Colonel Towusend, where ho hal a long visit with his wife, after which he was taken back to tho Tombs. TOIIACCO MUN Moot lu Washington to l'rotost Against an : Increase in the Tax. Washington, 1>. C., Nov. 8.?The tobacco manufacturers of tho United States assembled in convention at the Ebitt House to-day. Delegates from nearly ovory section of tho country were present. Nicholas Finsor, of John Finsor A Bros., Louisville, Kv., was electcd chairman, and Theodore F. Allen, secretary. A committeo of ton was appointed to confer with the ways and means committee of the house of representatives and oiler suggestions in regard to the tax on manufactured tobacco. A set of resolutions wore adopted, after which tho convention adjourned. The resolutions protest againss an increase of tax on mahufaetured tobacco, and atato that the revenues of tho government would be largely in- ' creased bv tho repeal of the revonue j law of 1800, permitting the sale of leaf tobacco direct to consumer without tho payment of taxes. Another Itobbor Limn Rock, Auk, Nov. 8.?Another train robber has been captured near Searcy. Goneral Wackerly, who was capturod last night, has made a full confession, as has also one of the prisoners in iail at Batosyille. A bulletin just received says a skirmish tool: place to-day %brtwecn tho posse aud throo baudits near Batesvillo, in which ono robber was wounded. A bulletin from Morrillton says that ono of the Oliphant train robbers wa?i killed by a posse at that place in a light this afternoon. _ ? Kx-Socretm-y Itimk It!. vruoqua, Wis., Nov. s.?kx*Socrelary J. M.Rusk is alarmingly iil at his home here. Dr. Hamilton, of Chicago, has arrived for consultation with local physicians. AS YIKW6D IN* WASHINGTON. L>0tnorralH ami lCr|>ul>llr:iiiM Alike Bur!?rinLMl at tho Magnitude ?,r tin; llcpulili. can Victory? Dtuiocrau I'imtlng Kxcuaoa l-'or It. Washington, D. C., Nov. 8.?Tho result of tho election lias been received with surprise by all political parties here. Tho unexpected happened in so many instances that in no case were the predictions of Democrat*, ICcpubliciins or Popuiists luily verified, iho chief surprise oi the Democrat? arisen, not from the fact that they wero defeated, but.that the defeat war"*8o genoral*in all doubtful stated and the Republican majority to overwhelming. A rr.Mii of comfort is accepted bv them iu tho defeat of the Populists in Virginia and tho election of O'Korrall to ttio governorship, but ttio blows have been ho crushing in tho states of New York, Massachusetts, Now Jersey, Ohio and Iowa that even tho success in Virginia is hardly paraded as a triumph. Kxprossions from nearly all tho prom* nont Democratic loaders at tho capital as indicated in these dispatches some J days ago showed that tho Democrats were prepared for the defeat in those I states where tho free coinage element; I is strom; and the disappointment over tlie passage of the repeal bill is intense, but it was hardly expected that in inn "wound money" states of Now York and Massachusetts, the Democratic mn)orities of the past would ho so ruthlessly ] mowed down and the careful ellorts of perfect organization avail so littlo. Do* spite this, however, all the prominent .Democratic leaders uuito in ascribing tho general defeat throughout the country to two causes?tho disaffection of the agricultural oloments over tho financial question and the widespread apathy of disappointed office seekers who have failed to realize tho fruits of the last Democratic victory. Jn Iowa the defeat of Boies ia important, not only that it means a Republican governor in that statu and a Republican United States senator next winter, but that it practically removes Horace Boies from tho list of western candidates for tho presidency in 1891). The judgment of the party leaders here approved tho lirst declaration of Governor Hoies last summer that he would not be a candi1 Unto lor governor at the full election and when he linallv reconsidered and entered the race for tho third term it was felt that ho had everything to lose and littlo to gain from the campaign that was to follow. The Populists still contend that Inter roturns will show tnat tiioir party nas mado a far bettor showing in various status than is conceded thorn in the earlior despatches. There is one element in the defeated Democracy that views the- general Jtopublican victories with a philosophic resignation that amounts almost to satisfaction. This element comprises tiio free coinage Democrats who have ao bitterly reproached President Cleveland for forcing the repeal bill through congress, and who for weeks have been predicting that the administration's disloyalty to the Democratic national I platform would bo rebukod l>y u crushing defeat in all the great state elections this fall. The President did not show that intense interest in the returns last night that would have indicated a confidence i in Democratic victory. Early in tlie evening the President went out to his country home instead of remaining at the executive mansion, as is usual on olection nights, and the returns ho roeoivctl were only those of eutiicieni importance to bo telephoned out"to Woodley by Private Secretary Thurber. Several members of the cabinet drove out to tho President's early in the.ovoning, but none of theso gentlemen have thus far Riven any expression of the causes that led up to tlio general defeat. The President was doubtless undiacouragod by the Democrat detent, as ho has constantly ropeated to those mombora of his party -who have been predicting Democratic defeat as the result of the administration's financial policy, that tiino would vindicate the party and show that the majority was right in demanding the immediate and uncoudiiouul repeal of t he Sherman act. Chairman Wilson, of tho ways and means committee, seemed anxious to got tho very latest news from the several states, and in conclusion said: "1 am mighty glad it came now instead of later in tho administration. Tho election in Virginia shows that tho Populist uprising has not gathered any headway. Ah soon ii4 Dnmocratic measures can be taken to restore prosperity to the country, everything will be all right again. ^ Kx-Sonator Mniione, of Virginia, said that lie regarded the result as an acknowledgement on the part of the people that thoy made a mistake in putting Mr. Cleveland in the white house. Representative burrows, of Michigan, said that tho general result of yesterday's election indicated that the laboring people ?1* the country were undoubtedly opposed to freo trade as advocated by tho Democratic party. In Ohio, bo said, the issue was squarely on tho tarill, and tho onormous victory shows how utrong public sontimont was on that subject. BONDSMKN MUST PAY. The Jury in tho Curtis Cuko lit Weilnhurg llring* in a Verdict. Spfcial IHgpulch to thr Intclliqaiccr Wkllmuurg, W. Va., Nov. S.?Tho jury in tho case of the county of Drooko vs. the bondsmen of ex-Sheriff J. L. Curtis tiiio afternoon rendered a verdict in favor of tho plaintiff for the amount of tho shortage duo tho county. This means that tho bondsmen will have to pay up to tho tuue of about $40,000, from which amount will bo deducted tho school taxes and tho amount realized by the sale of the clfocts of Curtis. The entire amount to bo paid by the | bondsmen will roach $20,000. Tho easo may bo carried to tho supremo court, i The verdict is what was generally expected. S1XT13UN WKUK KILLED And Fifty Injured In tlio Terrible Barcelona Afluir. Uakceloka, Nov. S.?It is now announced that sixteen people were killed by the explosion of the dynamite bombin addition to those trampled to din tli during tho rush for tho doors. Tho number of seriously injured is estimated at fifty, Tho authors of the terrible disaster have not been arjesled and are apparently unknown. Now l'o|iiua?turii. Special Ditjtfilch to tlx IiUelligcncrr. Washington, D. C., Nov. 8.?Tho postoflico at So well Depot, Fayotte county, has boon changed to Sowoll, mid Thomas L. Woodson commissioned postmaster. Andrew Snyder has been commissioned postmaster at hoirdock, Upshur county. Glnd Tiding:*. Tho grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age, dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costivonoss, general debility, etc.* is Bacon's Celery Cure. This great herbal tonic stimulates tho digestive organs, regulates tho liver and restores tho system to vigorous health and onorgtos. Samples freo. Largo packages 50c. Sold only by Logan Drug Co. 3 A NA1> SOKNK. The Eluvi'ti J!o(IIi*h of tlio Mcu Drow.ieil ill the l,i?Wt> Collision. East Tawas, Mich., Nov. S.?Ono of tlio eaddest flights over witnessed in East Tawas is at ID. C. King's undertaking rooms, where eleven bodies of the sailors drowned off the steamers Albany and Philadelphia are laid out. They wero brought in by the steamer City of Concord last night. The cup tain oi the Concord stales that ho discovered the wreckage of the Albany about 5 o'clock yentwrday morning, and about thirty minutes later that oi the Philadelphia. The captain of the steamer City of Concord, which brought in the bodies, was seen to-day. llo gives it as his opinion that at least a portion of those in the yawl which was capsized wore rescued The coroner's inquest was adjourned last niirbt until this aftor~ ?.. ?i,? /.nntinii of th? ill-fated Albany will l>o hero. Tho following is n lint of tho men lost who have not been identified: S. ii. Muirhoud, chief engineer, Buffalo, family. James Mulloy, necond etigiuccr, Buffalo, sifigle. Thomas Pearco, second mate, St. Curhorines, Out., single. .Joseph 13rice, watchman, Buffalo, single. fcs. McMurtrio, waiter, Buffalo, single. C. M. Leggelt, chief engineer, Bullalo, family. Jerry Macon, second engineer, Buffalo, single. John Hunt, mate, Detroit, family. A. Ilanna, second mate, Buffalo, single. C. Linguist, wheclinnn, Erie. Charles Bowan, lookout, l'oint Huron, siuglc. 15. & O. 13A KNINGS, Tlio Statement lor Oclobur .Shows a Large Increase Over Last Year. Bai.tj.uoke, Mi)., Nov. 8.?Tho regular monthly meeting of the IJ. & O. railroad company was held to-day. President Taylor presidod. Tho usual monthly statements of the earnings and expenses wore not submitted to tho early November mooting of tho board. Tho statements will bo prepared and made public as usual oil tho third Wednesday of this month. Tho estimates so far mado show a largo increase in tho not. earnings for October, as well as for tho four months of tho present fiscal year. The sixtyseventh anuual report of tho president and directors of the company tor the fiscal year ended Juno 30, was prorented and acted upon. It will be submitted to tho stockholders at their annnal meeting on Monday, tho 20th inst. Mrs. L, Townscnd Rising Sun, Delaware. Good Family Medicines Hood'3 Sarsaparilia and Hood's Pills. "I regard Ilood's Sarsaparilla and Ilood's Pills, the very best family medicines, ami wo wo never without them. I liavo always been A DcSicato Woman and began taking Ilood's Sarsaparilla three years a^o for that tired fading. It built mo up so quickly and so well that I fool llko a different ">?l nlw!iv? l>f>11 irri'.'if fnifh In II. T Blve it to my ehildrcn whenever there seems any ouble with their blood, and It dors thorn uood. My little hoy likes it so well lio cries for it. I cannot find words to toll how highly I prize It. \Vo uso Hood's I'llls In tho family and Uiey Act Llko a Charm I tako pleasure In recommending theso modicluos to all my friends, for I bcllcvo if pcoplo Hood's s Cures would only Keep Hood's Sarsnpnrlllaand Ilood'a Pills at hand us wo do. much sickness ami suffering would !? prevented." Mils. L. Towssekd,llislng Sun, Delaware. Hood'a Pills ant easily, yot promptly and cClclently, 011 tho liver and bowels. UGo. PROF.SHEFF isthoonlv Optician in tho city that Corroctlv FITS THE EYES WITII GLASSES Without the Uss of Druw! If you need Spectacles or your oyoa tiro or head aches when reading or Howinir, you can consult hi in and have your eyes examined for a lasses without charge :it his Now OpticAl Establishment, 1110 Main street, on? door above Snook & Co.'h dry goods store. BSSPPROF- SHEFF has the only Ct >M I'IjRTR OPTICAL EsTAliMSHMBNTin tho State, and ih tho only Optician that Fits Artificial Eyes. f-V 1110 ill AIX STREET, -?a nn?l-n.twr Wliiwuntr, ,W. Vq INVESTORS Will do well to inquire the price of STOCKS and BONDS in our hands. SIMPSON & HAZLETT, No. ! U1 Market St.. a-ilO _ J!?L?T 9 GRAPH Y Phnfngrnph?; and Crayon Portraits. Higgins' Gallery, qc.':i 4i twkmtii street. T^JYLES' AllT STUDIO. PHOTOGRAPHS. PoRTOArra in Pastel, oil, Ckavo.v, Wate.i and Ink. 2154 MKIN STREET, jel:: PICTURES A. ART MATERIALS. Oldest Art Store in the state. Picture*. Kruno*. Looking Glasses. Artists' IfnicrinU, Architects' and Surveyor*' Supplied, Artistic Frame* to order. Loaif cxporlonce, Uui materials, expert labor. 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Assignee's sale ok hotel 5 AM) li.VU BOOM FI'ISNITUltK AND >; FIX TURES. 1 hereby ofler for sale the hotel n and bar room furniture und fixtures ofGoorgo x 1". Whatton, contained in the building located N at No. 1012 Market street, in the city o? Wheel- jf itig. West Virginia, recently occupied by said N Georgo F. Wharton as a hotel and liar room, in- N eluding the lease on said building until April x 1,18a;. J. II SOMMKKVII.LK, X oc:tf) Asslgneo of George F. Wharton. ff = n FOR RENT. 5J. j^esirable j country property for rent. n - ?? -? -< i i n v-niuiKU. mm uuuiii M.\ \u iiiiKi. .. near Wheeling I'urk, will be runted to u suitablo ? person lor u year. For torms and particulars " apply to W. 1'. JlUIllJAIUJ. 1121 Chapllne streot, or Mrs. Emclt Ankiwtz, on the promise*. noi y J^Uli KENT. Second floor. No. 22 Tonth street, six rooms, j? bathroom nud hull. $25 OJ i>er month. Second floor. No. 1002 Main street, b!x rooms, bath room and ljnll, $35 per month. Third floor. No. l(x'>5 _ Main street, four rooms and lm!l. $20 per month. Large basement barber shop, corner Main and Tenth street*, 825 per month. All immediate possession. 3 AMES 1*. 11AWJ.KV. sell 1120 Main Si root. j^Olt KENT. T One flat, flvo rooms and bathroom, flr3t floor, c( No. 2101 Koll'street. One flat, four rooms and bathroom, second b floor, No. 2105 Kofl'street. tl One flat, four rooms. No.06 Twenty-third streot. Oncflat, three rooms, No.ti'JTivuuty-thirdstroet. \\ Equipped with ail modern Improvements. jyg! F. H. LANCE. 11 ? u FOR SALE. m FOU SALE?ONK 12x30 ENGINE. in excellent condition. Ono I'oiver Mont st Chopper, good as new. Above am bo noon ut 212.1 Altdn street, nnd Engines, Boiiers. l'umps, mil supplies, Mluo Supplies. CAUOTHKRS <, HOWE. noS gTOCKS l'OU SALE. 10 shares Wheeling Title and Trust Co. *.0 shares I'eabody Insurance Ca . ?i\ shares .V.tna Standard I. &S. Co., common. 81 20 shares l-'oatoriu Glass Co. 1 nliuro Fort Henrv Club. 10 shares Klro .t Murine Iusuranco Ca 20 share* Soutlu-Sple Hunk. . :??hnres WhodTlngStOfel ami Iron Co. " 20 shares /Etna standard Iron and rilcol Co. . it S. IRWIN. llrocor, c| oc.10 No. 'JI Twolfth Street w JEWELLING HOUSES FORSALE? Two-story frame honso In .'Etrvivillo contain- Q| ing 10 rooms. Two one-story frame dwellings in Klrkwood, c* and a fine iarin for sale; cheap and easy terms. i> R. T. IIOWI-.LU 1 insurance and Ileal 1'.stale Agent. nti21 Hridgepori. Ohio. _ OK SALE. A FEWCIIOICE LOTS AT EDHINGTOX. nt Cheap aud on I Cosy Torins. W. V. HOGE. io ocf. Citv Rank building, 1300 Meikot Street .sj FOBSALEL> T JO Fifteenth street property, pleasant location to f roiide, or it will pay ton per cont as investment. I have a very comfortable six-roomed house el on South II road way street. Has all modem con- W vonionccs, a ll rat-cl osa property, aud will bo S-'l bold at lo.vs than costv Five-roc med house, with plenty of ground for 111 two more house.-, at 2W9 Jacob street, 81.4 >0. BU1LD1HG LOTS AT BIG BARGAINS. ^ Gr. O. SMITH, oc30 1220 MARKET 8THEET. COMMISSIONERS' SALES. f. ^ COMMISSIONER'S SALE. State ov Wist Viugikxa, Ohio County, sa. A In the Circuit Court foisuld county. ^ Louisa Eicbenberg and others, "i < , v.*. ' In chnncory. i> Joseph Welshur and others, ) .? Ity virtue of a decrco made by said court in the nbove entitled cause on the 7th day of <>< tober. lvc, tho undersigned appointed a special ' commissioner for the purpose, will sell at the ? front door of tho Court llouse of said county on j-! SATURDAY, the 11th DAY of NOVEMBKR, isai, ni commencing nt 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property, that Is to say: CI The soutn 2u feet of lot numbered 7 iu Church* ^ ill's addition No. 2 to the city of Wheeling. Ohio Zi county. West Virginia, fronting on the cast side re of McCoMoch street and extending hack. bearlug an even width of 20 feet and binding on the -M north line of Eleventh street, the full depth of iv said lot. with all the buildings and appurte- 111 nances belonging to said ground, including the ?*t right to use water from tho pipes underlying the ground ndjoinlng oil tlie north. * <*< Ti:a.MS ok Sali:?One-third and its much more D; as the purchaser elects to pay In cash on the day of sul?!, the balance In two cqunl install- m nieuta ut six and twelve mouths, the purchaser ?d giving 1>N notes bearing Interest from the day d? of ?ale for the deferred payments. tu W. II. Hai.lku, \V. j. w. CO WD EN. pi Auctloueor. Special Commissioner. I" I hereby eerilfy that mid special commissioner has given bond with security approved = by nte as required by law. oidI - .toiIS W MITCIII.1.1..? : -rk. ^ q^UJSINTELUGliN'OEU ?. JL 1?A CLKA& J.lili fAuLS PATUB. ent a' Word Coupon. I nettling to sell or trade, want to t a good cook or a good servant place, or have found or lost anylinly, in the blanks below. Cm le rate of one cent per word lor word for each subsequent insero. 27 Fourteenth street. iNotn. ? ( - j I I ~ 1 1 REAL ESTATE. FOB SALE. 51,100 buys a four-roomed house on Virginia root, Island. S1.8J0 buys a four-roomed house, lot COsli) et, on South l'enn street. buys u ton-roomed, double lions.', oa mtb Hroudwuy street S !.(K) i buys ?in eight-roomed brlclc house on >uth Front street. S:.0)0 buys a ten-roomed bouse, No. 2723 EotT red? cheap. &I.iYJ0 buys n Boven-roomed new house, wr.lj II improvements, on South Front strut t SJtrJ aud upwards buys flue building lota, FOR I&EITT. jvcn-rooined house on South Peun Mr.' t .?.m w if,'ht-rooin<-d hotiso on North Froutatreet. u .q ;x-roouiod house on Uhiostieot jine-rooiucd Jw>use on South lVnn htr?-.:i . tij our-roomcd houso on Zanc street iu wj HARRY J. FINK, IMS Market street, Wheeling, \v. v?. Telephone 037. or.S FOE,^BNT. a iuonm. o. Main street, boarding houso *..o oq o. C i North Front street . lj oj onr-roomed house, Manchester Com works ~ C 00 ear li*)J Chapllne street, three rooms. 7 vj ear 1001 Chapllne street, two rooms >tj oufi'jon Warren street 6 j) o. 1 'JOG Elizabeth street, two rooms and stable r, D) o. itvjo Main street, three rooms 10 to o. 17.'> Seventeenth street 1" ' ) 0.5.TO Market street 7 to 70 nere lurm for market gariieuiuj;, north f eity. ^ Ukj per nnuuiu. acres, three-roomed house.West Liberty Oil o. 'JTitioiuh Front street It' to o. Foil* street. three rooms 7 OJ o. 1711 Alley F, three rooms h (.) o. "IV. Main street, fotir rooms .... 15 0) 0. M"i Fourteenth street, live rooms. *) no; lli?h streot. live rooms 7 to o. a Alley K iind Terminal nillromt > <u o. r. Alley Kand Terminal railroad. *01) o. '-'Vrj Main street 10 to o. 'J7o: Chapllne street. xtore room ?? <?. Woods street, three rooms u to o iT.07 Alley It mo o. Alley It. two rooms ........ iito o.'it.M Main <trvet. ihree rooms ?* * > o. "Jo Thirtv third streo: > 0. "-''17 CImpline street. one rooms .110 o.Li.20 Alley B. two rooms - "? o. Jtaij Market street, two room* 7 0) o. 107 Alley 10. 1 wo rooms f> "J o. 1.x: Twenty-ninth street " to o I9.il Main street, three rooms yW nlldingfor raannfnoturluc: or whule?nlo busine-s. in rear of No. l '?01 Market sL FOR SALE. ?Ileal estate of every deserip* on. JAMES A. HENRY, on I IviUito Ai?ntit, IT. H. Claim Attorao/, Collector and Nowry 1'ublia oc-'tQ 1612 Market Strait. F o S SALE. Six lots In Helvcdero udditlou, two corner it", nt 8275 each. IloiiKQ|<)f six rooms and hull, Chapllnc, near woi) tic lit street, $1,000. Hi?iim! of six rooms, Eighteenth street. In good mdltion, t.'.hoo. House of six rooms, brick, with four-roomed ouso in rear. KolV hi root, between Twentyilrd and Twenty-fourth stroetn. House of four rooms, Cnurles street, Centre 'heeling, S3'H). House of live rooms, Llnd street. liist WheelIB, W/JQCi Two business housos on Main street, Ceutro 'heeling. Choup. Ilousoof lour rooms, Twenty-ninth street, lot IxlOj feet tl l(KX House of seven rooms. Fifteenth street. S'? v?. House of six rooms, brick, lot *j5xl2.' feet, Main refit, Centre Wheeling. ?1,000. ]<oteast end Fourteenth street. SjOO. House of live rooms, Woods street. Eo*t Wheel* nx, $1,500. House of four rooms. Eighteenth street $1.0)1 Threohouses, Moyston street, cheap, S-'.'VX). House of threi? rooms, Twolfth street. $ ">0. 1 I'M ISO Ol Client rooms, oixiucmu airvuw iu :? ??! condition, $1,709. Throe lot". aoxKXk) foot, Fllan, White ?fc Gallalior's addition, S-IXJ each. House of six rooms and stablo, Eighteenth root. $J.f><iO. Throe low in Park View, cheap. One-half lot, McCoiioeh street, Contro Wliccli/r S'-oo. Kino suburban propertv. two miles from tho tv. live minute* walk from motor line, uuw, 1th all modern Improvements. Cheap. Lots on Caldwell's run each. Fine farm of N't acres on National road, nino illes east of iho city, on easy terms. llnsiness property on .Market street at uioder: > price. One of the best manufacturing sites in tho ty, fronting ou two railroads. < \IESBITT & DEV1NE, 1739 Market Street. o^ ^ FORSALE. Threo-roomed cottage on North Huron .street ; SI. 100. Sevou rooms, hall, bath, nil convoniemv, on fiitli 1 troadway: lot UOxl-'U foot. pri. H.w. Six-roomed new house on South Huron -troflt, 't '.Six 131 feet nt KJ; eh cap. Eight-roomed brick, corner Eighth and Malu roots, at a bargain. Five-roomed house oil Jacob street, near birtecuth. at SZ/iOO, l'Tve-roomed houno on Virginia street, lot (xU') foot. price tJ.100, on eii\v Seven-roomed brick on <*li(i]>ii.'i tre t, near wenty-second. at a bargain. Six-roomed house, hath, lauirbv. i .rural k**. ectric light, hot mid cold w^r, Ni? - hltely street, Jvirkwood. Ver> ehoni), price 1,000. Sixty-one.and half ncre farm, vk) fruit trees# Mir Elm Grove, at ji bargain. We will loan your money <?ii i:ood real estate 'curity. We also have money to 1<mu. Call and see us. ^OLF & ZAUSTB, ia-27 MARKET STREET. Telephone .V)1*. : TRUSTEE'S SALE. , ptUSTEE'tf SALE. Byvlrtuoof a deed of trust made ?>y :V . Stucky nnd Clara. ids wife, to the on '* las trustee, dated theiisth di/ < : I ": iOii. and recorded in tlio clerk's oiin.' iuiity Court of Ohio county, We<t V-r:- i 1 " < ed of Trust Hook No. H'J. page -I'l. I " ablio auction at th-) norih front <! > iU nurt House of said county, on VTURl)AY,TUK2.r?Tlt DAY ok XOVKMIH Humouring at 10 o'clock a. in., the ; scribed property, that is tosiv: Tv. ;et ott'tho north part of the south ha iiuibored'onc hundred nnd foriy-nin undred and fifty, situate iu thut (?.?r: Itv of Whcellug, uilnld oirbyOrioM \ 1 'beellng Island, and known a- th' ' iiio'n addition to mid city, n phit o: 1 corded In thooftlco of tho Clerk of t jurtof Ohio couuty, iu Ho <1 Hook N i. said property to bo sold having a renty-fnur feet on South Broodiv..;. . Ing back an equal width at right .v root the depth of one hundred feet. This property in high unmml.o-i u )tt?ge house of four or five rooms. No roadway, between Virginia and Ohio n Tkiimm ok Saw::?-One-third of th-- I oney and as much more as the purcN ect to pay nixii. the rcildue in oney?-H* ly of nalo, with interest, purchaser t-> give *' ito with approved securitv for t'> ivmont, nnd the title to be r-ialn-d ' ild. I). 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