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HE MUST HAN6. Tha Jury Finds That Assaaaln . Prendergast la Not Insane. HOW HE RECEIVED THE VERDICT. Rfs Attornoys Propose to Carry the Caw to the Supremo Court?Judge Payne's Charge to the Jury?Ho Con line# Thorn to a Consideration of the Point That the Prisoner Had Gone Insauo Since llis Conviction foe the Crime. Cuicaoo, Jaly 3.?Prondergaat, the n f'nplur I (nrriann vm niaaooiu ui dwiui wum< <>?> -?-! - | declared "not insane" by a jury in Judge l'ayne's court this afternoon, and under sentence of the court must bo hanged Friday, July 13. The jury was out just two hours and five minutes. There was much confusioninthocourt room among tha waiting lawyers and spectators just before tho jury camo in, when amoveinont was noticed amoni: the bailiffs. In a fow momenta Prendergast was brought in. With him were six bailifls, who stood along tho passageway back of whore the prisoner sat to tho door loading to tho bridge connecting with tho jail. Then a hunb fell upon the court room. Everyone there seemed impressed with the solemnity of the occasion. Judge Payne took his placo on tho bonch and the inrors filed in to take their seats in tho lOX. "Gentlemen of tho jury," said Judge Payne, "have you agreed upon your verdict?" "Yes, your honor," said Foreman Charles E. Schenck, as he partly arose from his chdir. "Bead tho verdict," said the court. THE VERDICT. The clerk unfolded tho paper and read in a distinct voice tho doom of Prondcrgast in theso words: "We, tho jury, find Patrick Eugono Prendergast not"*ihsanc nor a lunatic." Tho papor was Higneu ay roroman Schenk and all tlio jurors. Mr. Gregory naked that tho jury bo pollod and tho name of each juror was called, each saying that was his verdict. Prondorgast sat unmoved during tho wholo proceeding. llo inado no outcry mid was at onco removed to his cell in the jail. His counsel will movo for a now trial and if this bo not granted they, have expressed their intontion of carrying the matter to tho supromo court. Messrs. Dorrow, Harlau, Gregory and llarron, who havo bucIi a stubborn light for Prondorgast wore all in court when tho verdict was rendored. Asjistuut fctatos"Attornoy Morrison and Todd wore thero, but "noithor tho asfassin's mother nor brother wa9 pre* eent. juoge i'AVNE's ciiahge. When tho jury rocoived tho instructions of tho court and rotirod to deliberate, tho court room was inoro crowded than at any timo horotoforo in this trial, which has attractod so wide attention. Prendorga9t eat uutnovod during tho reading of Judge Payno'a charge. His mother and brother woro then in tho court room. Judjro Pay no read his chargo from tho witnoss chair, which Btaoils between the bonch and jury box. llo spoko in a eloar, calm voice, enunciated distinctly and slowly, and tho jury paid closo attoution to every word. Tho chargo was considorod a fair exposition of tho law. It confined tho jury to tho consideration of tho point that tho priionor had gono insane sinco the verdict of tho jury which hold him responsible for tho murder of Mayor Harrison and alBxod tlio doath penalty. Tho jurore could, however, tho court said, lind Prendorgast insano if tlioy doomed that ho failed to tealizo tho nature of tho prcsont proceedings, if ho failed to appreciate his presont position.boforo tho law touching his oxccution. or that he was in bucIi a statu of mind as todisablo him from preparing for death; in short, if his execution on *k?\ <rnll<\wa wnuld hn inhuman. SUGAll INVESTIGATION. There Mitjr lx> Thrun lluports?Tho Com. inttteo Cannnt Agroo. Washington', D. C., July 3.? Tho Bonnto sugar investigating committee m-qs iu session for more than an hour to-day, discussing tlio basis ol reports upon tho testimony taken last month. It is probable that three reports will bo made, ono representing tho Democratic conclusions and one of those of tho .Republican members. Senator Allen linds it impossible to agreo with either, and bo thoro will be also a l'opulist report. Senator Logan douiod to-duy tho statement sent out last night that ho was sutislied that four inerabors of tho somite had shared in tho results of augar speculation. Look out lor "jGern Soda Water" at tho Fair Grounds to-day. PiUrutM Grunted. Sjxcial Ditpn/c/i to the IiitcUigcncer. \}'asiiixgtos, r). C., July 3.?Threo patents wero granted to-day to Joseph A. Arthur, of C'hurlos Town, for a chisel and a mortising chisel. A perfect gem, tho purest gem, Of all tho gems wo know, By Saturday night, you'll lind it No matter whero you go. lror tho agents all are hustling, And will find you never lear Ami nresont you with a sample Of Geiil S ?':? ri t?r S'.oi'r. That Tired Feeling Hood's Snrsaparllla Makes tho, Weak Strong. " I cheerfully announce tho lact.s of a course ' If treatment Willi flood's Samaparllla. 1 w as I a troubled With a dull! headache and that tired feeling. I am employed i by tho St. l.ouU & Suu Fraueheo hallway and was out in all kinds ol weather. 1 l?egati to take . Hood'sSjirsaparllln.nuil alter taking sis liottWl *<: 'WT-'i If? ptTIi'tUiy wrii a:>u ^ 'iru' n K(,,'<t appntlto. "oo<i'? Sarsaparlllah a /(yV *3 K^at ''I0*"' I'orlflcr and fcWr\pCS.-i /\j I jjladly recommend It1, r&'i-LJ. / / ? C.K.Tijwrtw, Mmwtt. Jlr. . E. TII?lM?ttiu Missouri. , liu mire to net Hood's ami only Hood's, because Hood's ?? Cures Hood's PI lis arc tlio licit family cathartic tud ItTur tuudiclu*. Uuriuloiu, reliable, guru. ABOUT PKOPLE. Strang*!* in the Citjr aod Wheeling Folks Abroad. Jay Carnes wu at Steubenville on business yesterday. Mr. Dent A. Taylor left yesterday (or a vacation trip to Rotnoey. F. William Bane.of Morgantown, wag at the Windsor yesterday afternoon. Julian and Garth Hearne are visiting their parent* at Mountain Lake Park, i Md. C. W. Stewart, of Sistersville, and W. E. Gardner, of Mannington, were at tho Stain in. M. A. flrast and Jacob Kooptz, well known New Martinsville people, uro at the liohlor. Mrs. G. W. Stewart, of Cleveland, was here yesterday en route to Clarksburg for a visit with friends. I A. M. Lano, of Woeton, and C. E. j Hutchinson, of Fairmont, wuru Among , the West Virginians at the McLure. Herbert Harold, a young prescription clerk formerly of this city, returned to 1 Philadelphia aftor a visit of a few I | days. I Uoacoo J. Mauck and A. L. Boardor- . man, prominent Gallipolis business men, are in tho city and registered at tho McLure. Mr. A. F. Koettgor, of Faust Co., St. Louis, left for homo yesterday nftor i an oxcended visit to his aunt, Mrs. , I Judith, Koettgor in this city. j ^ J. L Price, of tho Cleveland Provision i uuutpilll}, nuq UUIO UU u uUCiUUaa iiotv | yoaterday and autographed at tho Mc- , Lore. I U. li, Brown, of Mnnoington; Miss M. Y. Weils and Alias Blanche Wells, of fcistoraville, registered at the Wiudaor ] yoaterday. G. B. Bailey and wifo, of Grafton; C. ' C. Eiionbarth, of New Martinsville; C. ' C. McCormick, of fcSistorsville, and S. ' Ankron, of St. Mary's are at the Behler. | Arthur Dimtnack, of Wheeling who , liaa boen ill of scarlot fovor at tho iiotuo of his aister, Sirs. 8. A. Lowrv, West t Washington, is getting along nicely.? Wat king ton, Pa., Obtnvcr. Anniversary C'elebruilou. Yoaterday was tho nineteenth anni- 1 versary of William Gruber'a eoing into business as a cigar manufacturer. For . sovoral yeara ho has celobratod tbo day J with n little blowout, and last night he ' entertained hia frionds at a lawn 1 fote. Tho grounds in tho rear of J hia Market street storo wero pro- j fueoly decorated with llaga and j bunting aud a goneraliy good ' tirao was enjoyed in an informal way. f Bountoous refreshments wero aorved. 1 A number of young mou who used to 1 make his place their resting head- 1 quarters cflino from distant cities to attend tho reunion, which was ono of the i pleasantcat featuros of this season of J holiday enjoyment. c Kxclmuuo lJutik Dividend. At a meeting yestorday ol tho board j nf /lirnr>f.nrB nf ihn Evrhairn hailk. n U dividend of two por cont urns declared, payublo on domand. This will bo good , nows to tho stockholders and to the gcuoral public ns well. "Gem Soda Water," with ico cream, will bo served at the Fair Grounds today. Tug onormous reduction inado in tlio price of bread is attracting univoraal attention. Tho Whaelinir llakery aro selling thoir many varieties of excellent bread at almost tho cost of Hour. Thousands of families havo stoppod baking because it is choaper to buy tliij bread; then tho hoino is not made uncomfortably warm by tho procos9 of baking, and tho liousukeoper is spared a most burdensorao duty. Tho Whoolins? Bakery delivers broad to your nearest grocer almost in timo for breakfast A tin soul on overy loaf. Always ask for it. ttijas At fifteen coats per weok, tho Pittsburgh Disoatdi, one of tho boat newspapers in tho Unitod States, is the choapo.it article in oxistenco. It is worth inoro than liftoon cents per week to have the oyo pleased by a clour, wellprintod paper, publishing all?not a part of tho nows only, and in all respects tho beit printed. ' "Grm Soda Wator," with ico croam, will bo Borvod nt tho Fair Grounds today. I)n vrvr ruin tho comfort of vour homo by attotnpting to bako during tho liot suminor months. Tho Whooling liakory 0 has iuq(1o onormous reductions ill tho 0 price of broad by groatly increasing the sizo of tho loaves. You can buy this excellent bread from your nearest grocer almost at tho cost of flour. Their latest product is %41% Bonanza" broad. These aro tho largest loaves over offered in this city for 10 cent?. Ask for this variety and" you will find it just what you want. A tin seal on every loaf. NOTES ON NAVIGATION. Stage of ffiilflr unri Muvi'inmiN of ISoutf. Tim Itlvor IntorrnU. vfcnmnay's i>kpakuirk< 11. K. Hertford, (ircuii. Plttsbiinjh. tin. in. L'uiirior. Itovis, Pnrkcntiun;. liKfOn. in. ll. E. l'liilllps. Meudcl. Mutumoius, 10:Jl) a. til. a Liberty. Booth. (.'luritiKton. '.'M p. in. boats lca VINii to-day. Lizzie Bay. Mmldy, Charleston. n. in. c lien Hnr. Keuiple. Pnrkorsbtin;. 11 n. m. l.lbcrty. Booth. Clarluxtoii. 3:'50 p. ui. Thostuuo of water at tho public land- j intr lost night was 11 foot 10 inchoa and c slowly riaing, tho rains of tho past two days having i?a<l an effect on tlio river. Weather clear and hot. t Tho United States government torpodo boat Kricason arrived at St. Louis from Dubuque and will roinain here ton \ days for completion, eava a .St. ,, Louirt dispatch. SI?o is in com- : nimul of Lieut. Usher, United State* Navy. The craft is a long, low l>oa\ 150 feet long bv 15 feot beam, and drawn at prosont fi foot 10 inchc.t of water. Tho hull mid deck aro constructed of shoot stool 1MB inch thick. Tho compartments aro all water-tight, hoavv partilions separating them. The pilot-hou?o ih in the fore partot tnouoat antiaiauus about 4 foot abovo tho deck. This, two smokestacks, three air funnols ami a mast aro all that project above the (leek, lu tlio middlo of the craft ia the engino an<l boiler-room. In this compressed space ia a moss of machinery, every available inch of apace boini; utilized for th* cranks and rods. The onsine is 2.000 horse-power, aiul thoro I are four cylinders to oach shaft. Tlio olllcor?' quartan aro in the atom and arc handmiuoly ilttod up in a compact but olognnt manner. She is cxpocted to make twonty-four knots per hour, and ia tho first of the government ships built at an inland port. rami hkauwatxus. I Warron?River six-tenths of a foot; | weather clear and warm. [ Moraantown?Kivor <> foet and atalionary; weathor fair; storm, hard rain I I ant m?lit. Oil City?Kivor 1 foot 1 inch and falling; weathor clear and pleasant. iiroonabor'o?Kivor 7 foot and stationary; weathor cloar and warm. Wiikn tho hair bogies to fall out or " turn gray, tho scalp needs *!octori ami we know of no hotter specific than 1 Halt's Vegetable Sicilian Hair lCunuwur. II VERY-SAP DROWNING." Mrs. Eliza Bowman, of Gres.aville, Meats a Tragio Doath IN HER HUSBAND'S SPRING :I0U3E. She FulU in clio Cooling Trench ati(l is StrattglctT^Th About Four Inches of Water?Though Found i<> a Fow Minutes She Wan Past Liu mm Aid. It in Supposed Sho Fell in a Fit aud Could Sot Help Herself. Shortly before 10 o'clock yesterday forenoon Mr#. Eliza Bowman, wife of 5. A. Bowman, a well known milk man living at Grezgjvillo, on the Bethany pike, met her death in a peculiar anil sad manner at lior homo. She went to the spring house, and as sho did not return for aome tiino anothor member of tho family went to look for her, and found hor lyiu^ on the etouo lluor with her face in tho trench used for cooling milk. Tho trench is about oight inches Jeep, and thero was running in it at tho lirao about four incho9 of water. lier face being immersed in this, eho had been strangled to death. It was evident that sho had not been loud long, but she was past aid when picked up. She was drowned within easy call of her mothor-in-iaw, Mrs. Efsa Bowman, who was ironini: on the porch not far from tho spring houso. Mrs. ltowman was thirty-four years )Id. Sho had shown signs of mental iberration fur somo time, and u carelul watch was kept on her by tho family. Sho once became so violeut that she :iad to bo confined for a time. Shu was ilso subject lo litR, nnd it is believed that she was seized with ouo of these, nid was unconscious when she fell in the water. MAIITI VS FKICU*. Haps and 2Ii?liftp* in tlio Tbririug City AcrokD tlio ltivur. Ice cold water baths seom to bo help* ng Mrs. James Winters somewhat, jho has had tho typhoid fever eeveral iveoks and tho physicians eoiuo 10 tho .'onclusion that this treatment would )o the only thing that would save Iter ifo. It was tried last week and has )ecn kept up every three hours since md it may provo a success. Tho tern oraturo of tho water is about 04, havng been reduced from bO. This is a low treatment for typhoid lever. A largo number of admiring friends issembled at the \Yheeling & Lake Srio depot yesterday to sue tlio liremen >fF for Sauditskv. All_ who wont wore jrosentod with palm lent laus uy uio NTLLLiuKXt'iCK corrotjpondont. Tito poo)lo ot Martiu's lrorry will give the boys i rouaing reception if thoy win. Thomas Charlton, Thoodoro Dyson, taiuos Uraml, Dan Clino, Thou. (Jharion, Miko Moukor, Ed. Wolf, William Jroun and Charles Ilorcher cnuio up rom Huntington yea lord ay. Thoy say : ho glass works may bo shut down for inly 0110 woo!;. Owing to the railroad difficulty tho Etnavillo Sunday school will not havo i special train lor Uurr's Mills. All i hoso who intond to go will leave Iiell- 1 iroou tho regular train at lOtfO, and j oturn. loaving Bothosda, at 1 p. m., < Vheoling time. j Mrs. ]. I). Everott roturnod to Sanlusky yostonlay ovor tho Wheeling & j *1ko Erio railroad after an extonded iait with hor (laughter, Mrs. E. J. A. . )ronnen. fSlio was uccotnpaniod by Mr. Jrcnncn, who will remaiu a day or two. Mrs. Thomas Wiles and sovou childen loft for Eugland yostorday, whoro hov formerly resided, tho towuship ruatees paying tho faro for tho mothor ,UU BIX Cilliuruiii WIHWU wan vov? mmw liu oldest son paid his own faro. Misses Nullio Jepson and Carrio litchell roturnod to St. Clairsvillo yeanrday aftor a three weoko' visit with : )r. and Mrs. 13. 0. Williams. Judiio li. H. Cochran roturned to i .'olodo yestorday, whcro ho will doliver . Fourth of July addross to tho inflates ol tho insauo asylum. Yesterday afternoon Jacob Dormuth sad hia foot mashed in Shuckmehi'a tono quarry by a atono falling on it. A number of youag peoplo spent last voning very pleaaantiv at tho r.osidonco ' it .Mr. and Mrs. J. 1?. Gillespie. ^ Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowman aro onertaiuing Mr. JJowmau's mother, of . Vellabur^. Mi9S Lizzio liilmore, oi Washington, *a., is tho L'UOat of Miss Bertie Blackord. .Mrs. J. K. Katcllfl and daughter, ot It. Pleasant, left lor Boston yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Manscl Hose, of Quaker 3ity, are viaitinir relatives hero. Frank lleinrich and daughter, )ctavia, aroat Zauoiville. J. Y. Patterson is homo from Pittalurch for tho Fourth. Alonzo and Novil Hood, of Canton, ,re homo for tho day. Howard Smith is homo from Lafayotte lollece. ^ The people quickly recognize merit, nd this i.i tne reason tho sales ot food's fc'arsaparilhi aro continually inTeasing. Hood's is "on top." *1 Look out for "Gem Soda Wator" at ho Fair (Jrounds to-day. . thy?Aro you fond of corn on tho oar? le- -I never had one there.?lluttun Hatinl'i;/ li.r-tt'-. 'tww ? 99%Qfo % j FOR CLOTHES. _TH^ PTOCTXn A CAM UE CO. CJN'a INTKM.HiKNCl U'.S .JOlt OK FH'K? NKW I YIM-SKIM l l? WMltKMKS. IIONKST ] Xll'NT mill TASTY Wt ULK. SVihI (ur pri** INTKIjM'IKNI'KK. '-vui.il -.7 ruiuunjitiu bluoi. TEAS. SPICES, ETC. Atlantic Tti Co. TEH IMPORTERS And Coffee Roasters. We Lsad, Let Those WIio Can Follow! OUR PRICE LIST: Lemons, por dozen 13e Half-pint Jelly Glasses per dozen? *8c Quart Mavton Jan ~? ?... GOc Baker's Tomatoes, 3 cans lor ?- ? 23o Ilest standard Tomatoes. 3 cans for_ ? '-'3c S:uu<lard Sugar Cora. 4 caus for ..... ...... 25c Sugar Peas, G cans lor . '-Jo Bartlett I'earJ. 3 can* for ? "5c Cboico Red Salmon. 2 en us for.? 25c Fresh Ginger Snap.*, i pounds for. . 25o Baklug Powder, per pound ...... 10c Fresh IJutt.-r Crackcrs, 5 pounds for?25c Largo Lump Gloss Starch, 7 pounds for 25c Rolled Oafs. C pounds for-...?.................... 25c Pain's Knot Beer, 3 l>ott!cs for. 25c Half-pint Boer Mag Mustard. 3 glasses for... 25c Half-pint Catsup, 3 bottles for *-5c Cloihos 1'fns, per dozen.- ? le Carpet Tacks, S ounccs, per box lo JllaScl Ci. Jn'J~?-MW<ir WANTED. A GENTS?TO TRAVEL OR AT A home, to tak<? orders by sample. Wo pav expenses anil salary or ciuiiniUsion. It Is a ?|Ulok K.'lliU'i htntdu article. Sample sent on application. Address Lock Box 12?, N. V. City. ill PROPOSALS. | J^OTICK TO CONTRACTORS. Soaled propofnN for constructing about six ! miles of pipo sowers In the Village of Bridge*- j port. Ohio, will bo received by the Council at their oflico in snl<i village uutit 11 o'clock at I uoon of Jul v 12, lv.?l. Plans and profile* cau bo seen and specifications and foriu of contract obtained at the oflico of the Village Clerk. C. \V. HOWKLL, jc.it-w.t>Jv|-j Village Cl?-rk. STOCKHOLDERS^ MEETINGS. gTOCKllOLDlSRb' MEETING. The annual meeting of tho stockholders of tho Crystal Glass Company will l>o held at their works in Bridgeport, Ohio, on WEDNESDAY. JULY 11.19W. Qt '2 o'clock p. u. ED. MUIILKMAN. Jo'27-ums H.'cretary, VSX-lWl^* A incetlnp of the stockholders of tho West Virginia Glaus Company for the election of u l!oard of Director* wfll bo liclil Ht tlio McLure House Tuesday, July 10. at 10 o'clock n. iii. io'j:: H. Iv WADDKU,. Secretary. FOR SALE. JpOU hi ALL'. Farm of tlio lato Caroline Kcnnmond. containing Jo?? ttervH of thollnust fanning laud in Ohio uimty. Ijiya well, well watered, ?lliMtcd live miles"north of city: reached by a good road. Kli-imut brick lionse ol eleven roouis. largo burn in<l other neceaiary outbuildings. A No two orihnrds containing a ianro variety of fruit. For .'uttlier luforuuutou call on or address F. II. KLIKVES, ut Dollar bavlnts Itauk, or 2315 Clmpline .street. mvl'i j^UlC SALE. AFEIYCHOICE LOTS AT EDUIXUTO.X. Cbeap aa<l oa Eur Torau. W. V. HOGE. crT, city Hunk nmi ll Ig l-tnn Mark"? FOR RENT. 17*OR KENT?STOHK ROOM ON J Main street. Address Lock Itox " >' > fe.T 1j*OR RENT?STOKE ROOM, NO. <W 1- Twelfth street, and llvo rear rooms. Inliiirenthturu. joltl 17<0R KENT?GOOD STABLE IN X. alley buck of Chimline strwt, Fifth ward. i\ddre?s "L. M.." earo Intelligencer oilke. m?:.l pOR KENT. HASKMKXT UAIlllKIt SIlOl*, NEW AM) FINLI.V FINISHED \X1) St Tl'I.IKI* WITH HATH llOOMS, Corner of Mnlti ami Toiitli Street*, inquire of JAMES L. 1IAWLEY, Je'iS HJO Main Street. poll RENT. The Wheeling Club Rooms. One Hat, tlireo rooms. Twenty-third street uue uouvt. uvo rooms, inrcuipmini street. jnyl* P. II. LAXUK. OK KENT. l^oi Jacob Mreot, seven roomi nod bath. Vf.lJ Market Mart, five rooms aud attic. WW Alloy U flvo roonii 10157 Koilstreet two rooms and attic. ks Knurteomb Mrvfi. fr?>ut room. first floor. Store room. No. \0 >7 Market ttitcei. Store rooms, Nos. ^ aud$Tuuth street. GEO. J. MATlllSON, Telephone 1"7. [np7] lit J'I .Market Struct. j^Olt KENT. 8tor?< mom In Penbody UuIMln;. Otlleoroom*tu l'cnbody Itnibllii:;. Strain beut.cicvutoronii nil modem coub'culeucc*. Term* ron*onnblt\ ri:.viH)i>y insukakck co., Jill 1130 ami tl'-'S .M\rU"> Strwt. LEGAL NOTICES. J^OTICE TO CUED1TOK& , o the Creditor.: of Fiji JtuMeU. /Jr.viivd: III pursuance of a decree of tbeCireuit Court ?C the tsniQtt of Ohio, mil l?' III a Cause I herein ending, to MihjCet the real estate of l!ie s?m1?i :tlle M. ltd!*Mill to the payment of her debts. >oti ire required to present your claim* iikuIusI tho Hnte of the mild Ktlle M. Uus?e?l. lor ndjndicalull, lo lieorjje H. K. 'iilchri-t. coininlKslouer. at lis oflice in said county. No.! I'M Chapliuc street. Alueliuc. W. Va. on'or lK-fore tho .sixteenth lay of July. ISU Witness John W. Ttlftelicll. Cierk ot tho hn!d ,'oiirt. this thirty-tlr-t'diiy of Mav. W.M. Jel-K JOHN W. Ml HtlKI,!., Clerk. STOCKS. BJND^. ETC. gTOCivS FOU iiALIi. 10 shares ol Sntion.il Hank ot West Virginia. *.' > khan1* Warwick rhlun t.'oiiijmuv. 'JOkIiiiivh Wheeling l<s? iV Storupt Co. UiklunVk Kim iiinl Murine ln< irancuL'O. '.MshiiriM Itiiuk ??f tbuOlilo Valley. VOSliurtM Uilb'lloNnil Mill. IMnlianw Null Mill. LoihN WhcOll'ijj ICnilw <t>- ?'o. iXIsliurci .Ktuuduaihr.l I run an 1 S:?il Cj. It. 1UWIN. Urocnr. jt.?iy N'?. Tiu'Utlt Siivct FOB SALE. Bonds and Stocks 1 HONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE. Other Invostmonts. SIMPSON & HAZLETT. mr."J No. 1311 Market St. BftHGftlN BULLETI E. B. Pi Bargain MAIN AND TENTH SI 0) o > We have just purchased at . ? of Ihe KOCHfcSTb'R CLOTHIi _ on the market for a few days at i J3 Bargain hunters will do well to ca o from their opening announcemen a pose to close the balance of the st JIM htt ? $123,000 Wortn or t o 5 from the Big Fire a1 M 5 The largest fire that lias visite curred in the wholesale clothing di dreds of thousands of dollars xvoi ii But 5125,000 worth of Fine Ok c the insurance, the entire stock Ii ~ W. Va., and will be sold for half o c | -ajueoin-G- THE ? Men's $4 50 Suits go at thi CL MaiVc ^'en'8 5 00 and $5 50 .Suit 1V1C11 o Men's (?00, $(i 50 and $7 r Men's 8 00 and $8 50 Suit FinP Men's 0 00 and $10 00 Sui A UIW Men's 11 00 anil $11 50 8ui 9 C> . i Men's 12 00 and $14 00 .Sui ? OUltSl Men's 15 00 and $10 00 Su 0 Men's 17 00 and $18 00 Str Men's 19 00 and $i?0 00 Su 1 If you can match tlioso poods for 1 "2 you will much oblige us by returning cj fund your monoy. 'ibis ia as plain ai 1 mean exactly what wo Bay. Men's $1 00 Good Work in Mon's 1 'Jo Panto, splcnd 2 Mon'e Men's 1 50, $1 75 anil $2 ? *?lCll o Men's 3 00 Pants, our gr< c Men's Fine Pants, extra v ? Mon's $3 50 and $4 00 Pan > P0 r?fo Mon's 4 50 and $4 76 Pan 0 1 CU lib Men's 5 00 and $5 50 Pan XJ Mon's G 00 Pants at Mon's GoOPantsat i Again wo mako you tho offor?tha you the money for any goods wo soil if of tho word, and worth double tho ami I (? plios to oar lino of Clothing. lm O Boys' 30c,Pants co at 13 Rrvirn' Boys' 40c Pants, a groat Ii ? DUyS Boys' 50c Pants, big sollei J ^\! life 05c Pants, extra val q OU lib Boys'$1 40 .Suite, a spocia ** Boys' 1 50 Suits at O til lu Boys' 1 75 ond $2 00 Dros Ponto l*?ys' 250 Fino Dress Su l cll lib# Boys' 3 00 and $3 50 Fine S Boys' 4 00 and $5 50 Suit Thcso Ppot Cash thunderbolt* urn tho cuuso <if lookliii; (or full value for every ilollur. Id uutelilu? < that M?; profits are out of tlio question Uoslde* in lUug tills ga-ttt salt-, which will continue uutil bulu *E. B. F Main and Tenth Streol REAL ESTATE. ifoir, ir/sn^tt. : A MONTH. Uulldlnt; earner Twenty-fourth and raur- n ket streets; lately used as a carria^o factory 841 oo 5 No. ?t Sixteenth street. - No. l.M Seventeenth street. first floor 10 00 \ No. 3327 Cliaplltiti street. two rooms. f? 00 No. &VJ7 rii! pi taa street, two rooms 4 00 \ No. *.'0;r7 Mnruot street b 00 Saloon tind dwelling adjoining O. it 1'. v depot. Martin's Ferry ...... 23 ft) No. 2S17 Lhapllno street. three rooms b 00 5 No. 1920 Mam street. rooms. Vacant lot* on KUmbctb struot. v No. Market struct Ixkth i,'a?oi 13 00 No 1 ltil High street, two rooms 0 0.1 j, No. 2623 Alley 1) 10 00 No. WJI Chapllno street, store room aud v dwelling. 1 No. -.Viol Allov 11 - 7 01 No. "2rt?t Market street, two rooms - 0 (W ^ No. is Twenty-llfth street .... 7 Oi? No. 1721 Koirstreet.second llnor COO g. No. 120 Seventeenth streot, sccuud Door 7 0.) N 0. 2.VX5 .1 aeob fit reet 10) h< No. 2310 Jacob street 13 OJ store rooms. Main and Twcuty-llrst streets for fJOO. 516 00. 20 OJ No. lOliClinpllnontrect. four rooms.. 10 OJ |t No. 2j02 Ma! 11 street 8 0J c No. l'i Tweiitv-tlfih struot - COO 0 No. 2131 Main street, four rooms ID 00 No. Iim Nineteenth street 'J 00 $. No. 1M7 Chapllno street, olllne room ?.?CO No. 1721 1'oll'street. second lloor ? 7 W) No. l'22?t McColloeh street ..... 10 f?0 F No 2*. Twentieth street ... 23 00 * No. SH* Market street 22 00 No. 1310 Main street N\?. 173 Seventeenth stroet. two room-*- 3 O) No. 1" '> Twenty-ninth street C O) lltilldlnc fur uinnuf'icturlni: or wholesale business, iu rear ot No. 1V11 Market bt.... SO 0J FOR BALK ' 1 Ileal cstatu of every description. jamesXhenry, ' Ileal Estate A??nt. Collector. Notary l*util!e und Pension Atturuey, tiu 101 2 Market struct Ji'jr> MONEY TO LOAN " IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT. SAX). Ji'-O. $>(* . il.UOJ. 8I.10J. 82.00J. f2.V)3. $t.wio. ;h (??? and So.ouu on real cstatu security on short uol lee. l-'UKSALE DIUT CHEAP. House and lot on Mtrkrt street ncrois the erwk. l'itxw>-luu ?t oiiee. Virginia street Iioiim) and lot dirt cheap. s.'iiih Front street lot dirt litejio. North Huron ?t liouae and lot very cheap. HniMing *-' upwutil in all jwrts of the city uud s .. fall and got our lUt. ROLF cfc 5Su3L3?Ja3, 42 KOl'IU'EEN I'll STKEKT. Telf phono 'wVi. Jo FOB SALE. 5 A real bargain In u irood cight-roomed dwell* inc hon?e. wltli full lot. (tiO\U<i) ?m Znno street. p Hbovu 1801 llood. llou?o in pioil repair. Will utter for a few days lur SJ.T.Vi ctcdi. You could not tviduco it for 5-1.UUIt inunt lie s.eu u> ui>prvciatp th''tmr~alii offered. it Wll.l. l'\Y. T High t-roomed l?riek dwelllnc. in k?h>.| repair, with good utablo in r.-ar. on wet Hide of Miirk. t ? nirvet. beixvccu Eighth aud Ninth street*. tor HWfc SMITH & DICKINSON, I 1229 MARKET STREET. J FOB BEUT. REDUCED RENTS. T No. 2fiSouth Waliaxh it roe?. three rooms. No s. Virginia street, eight roomi. So. 4*> North Huron fctroct. throe rooms. No. ?.i ->uriii union Mhvu mx room*. u No. 1-1 South Frout utruot. covott rooms and I b it lion South uromlvray, flvo room*. O Pon SAIj33. Property ot nil klutH ?u<h as builrllug lob. r >|i|ou?v?, bu*lini?? property, farm*. t mONKV lO LOAN; ? all unil nco ma 1 IIAHIIY J". PI3VK, I IMJXUikcttiKOb T?lcj?houc017. Jcis N-E. B. POTTS. DTTS Bulletin' PS., Wheeling, W Va, - ~ y Assignee's sale the entire s *JG CO., an J place the ? . prices that will move the n 2 Heady. The following extra.; ; it speaks for itself, .tnJ we ;: ? ock at still lower prices. r Fire Silt i I J* | :ine Clothing Saved E. t Rochester, N. Y. cl Kocncstcr, in. i.f in years > 0strict on St. Paul street. Hu - ? tli of Clothing were destroy. : itliing was saved; and to si*it t J as been removed to Whoelin , price or 50 cents on the dollar. ? GOODS j&JBE a is sain rxt ? - ' ^ 3 af z 00 Suits at - 1 u .8 at ' jj its at <? ' 1 0 !lfi llt I its at ' Z its at 10 7 1 " itH at 1J ' its at lo 71 r. ess than double our prico anywhere, ? thesauioand wo will chooriullv r<- ji ad fair as wo caa make it, and Vo c 0 2 Pants a I < id value, at J 00 i'ants at .$1 ?. >at leader, at 1 . 7 J alue, at 1 z its at 1 r | ts at - (iJ 0 j ts at .. ii '? c I...... o !il :i!/'. 7 t is, wo hereby guaranteo to refund ? not fully patifiactory in ovorv senso aunt of tho prico. 'A his oiler ap- < 0 V? i area in at 1"? P rant '> > ? uo at is 0 1 drive at ?7 c : !'S ? is Suits at ;1 is W its at 1 ?.J 0 1 Dross Suits ut 1 !I5 c. 8 at 2 ! :> f1 our W0M>Kl:KUL St'fCfcSS. ati'l the | ut>;:c in to our bunfilns. ntnl bu.siuc*< liunw a'?rate any other bargains tbut you will tko wbeu vu* ,uco of slock 19 sold. OTTS,^ ha. Whoelinfr. W. Vn. n EAL ESTATE. FOB SALE. A Flno Improved farm of sixty acrcs. tlir.e ill.w cast of Wheeling. House of Ave roouu, Twout.r-thlrd street i'?oo. House of 11 vo rooms, Cbapllno street Centra t'heciing. f-\ -ui. House of three rooms. Market sire-it. Centra Wheeling, House of ton rooms, brick. Market street. FUt!i rnrd, cany tcriun. $7,000. House of ilvo rooms, brick, Fourtoonth street. .\5U0. House of four rooms. Jacob struct. Six:a rani. Sl.i'O. House, tivo rooms, Woods street. East Wli us. 81.400. Fltio farm. j::7acrcs. three utiles from M um Jv ilk*, with splendid Improvements. Tnu ii 4 untaln VSO feet of laud frontlug oo McColloch aul .fud street*. llolol of fourlceu ro.uus, dolus good btuluen ;>len<lld location, cheat*. House of seven room* and ball, Cua;?!ial Lrect. Centre Wheeling. Sl.'iV*. Lot east end Fourteenth street. $>?. Lots on Mud street, lkilvederu. 5"J7"? each. Lot* In lieliren* ?fc Speldcl'* addition llnlin'* addition to North lleuwood. U mnldweH's Uuu. I'lensunt Valley, Uellevuo oai tlier places in mid uenrtho cltv. Moner to loan on cltv n-nl estuto: f-'J) JiM tuo, $00, S7D0. il.ttt), 81,500 and &0& SIESBITT & DEVINE, Tel. Cli 1739 Markot Street. Rents Reduced! No. nit!) McCoUoch street: w 11 arrum:* "" ivo tenants, or one. ami put in ilnt-c No.inirty seventh .street. nji-oh-I No. |:B Zano street.sucoud iloor. i'' No. ail Kott'street. one or two famlihNo.Main str?*>t two-story brlr:. Nu 31 ?1 Met'oll??eli street t\vo-?tory 1' No. <i? Main street. Ian;.' modelu brie* at?, fourteen rooms. No. i::.T MK'olloch street, brick, sit "> No. y? i Uiio -troet three rooms, t" No. 'jl Virginia street, frame, six u*oih The Wiiddington l'laeu. l|ou?y ml No. fdV Main street bri ? durelilu.: No. 2HJ Main stnvt. ilr*'. tloor. thrca r??? No. lit Tlilr:v-thlrd street brick -iv >* Tuosplcn>ti lollcerootnsin M??oui > Jr No. i'r.'Otiaollne street flvt* n?-ms. ; No. lVfct Market strt?M.o;!lee ro.ttat No. 1JI Thlriy.thlrd .strrt-it, live room* ' No. tW't Mulu *tn? -t. mv.'Ivo r-> m?< u > ?Kill. rooms in I1j''L?ml Ul >ct.. :* Mar. * No. 1"'? M??o- ?t'.s?t m?co|?J an 1 li r' '' Storeroom* . Sou?a ?iiuot tu Hoj;. > ruuclo bulidiu;:. O FOR. .?=?.A.X-?I2. 3 No. !S*2l KoM ninvt. two-v.ory fr:r.;v ' . Summer l'i 'l:i' '! " 'lew, I'Jeasuut Vulloy. Liaiatruoo : am > '' MONEY To LOAN. RINEHART & TATU i, Cirv I:\NK BIMLDINU elcchouo 2I* |Jc!'.?| U.h -' 1 TOJ-OAN^ Vloney to Loan ! ? $6,500, $1,000, $4,100, obe Socurc?l by I'ocJ of Tru.?t ?<u l':*--13 be rail City Ileal l*Uta Inquire ^ Vheeliug Tills nl Trust Cj.. M), iai.1 MA KM I Mini I' lit BUYS '/ Till' Weekly " ONd Y L A K.