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MORE OF THE HOBOES.
~~~~~'
A OftBff or thmn Break Into and
Bob a Honw North of Town.
THE POLICE HAVE fl LIVELY CHASE
Bat tbo Men E*capoovor tho Hirer,
witb tbo Aid ot Some Fellowa In
Plablng Camp?Two Meu Arrested
who oro Sua peeled to bo Members
ot tbo Cong?Tbey Laid in a li apply
of Utensils.
Shortly before oooo yeitorday intelligence
was roceived at police head*
quarters that a party of flftoon or
twenty members of Kelly's army who
had somehow been lost in tbo shuttle
were camped north of the city. The
statement was afso made that the men
had broken into and robbed George
Englebardt's house tho night beforo.
All they stole?and all Euglehardt had
?was a lot of cooking atenails. pots,
kettles and pans.
Sheriff Frauzheira and aeren or eictu
policowent up ia tbo city patrol wagon.
Thoy found, however, (hat the men
had boon rowed to the Ohio sido of tho
river by soma men at a fishing camp
north of town, and this put a stop to
the pursuit.
The hoboes have boon camped north
of town three or four dayk. They huvo
found a precarious living by buying
and stealing.
Last evening two men, one of whom
gavo his name as Louis Drano, and tho
other too drunk to give iiis name, wore
run in by Lieutonunt Lukins. They are
believod to bo two of tho hobo stragglers.
Yesterday's Washington, I'a., Obitmrhas
an articlo on tho hoboes, from
which tho following is taken:
Tho main body of Kelly's army of
hoboes, folio worn of the Coxey clrimera.
slept Tuesday night in Chiysville, and
will in all probabilities roach Washington
Wednesday afternoon or ovouing.
Tho army numbers about ono hundred
men and being without tnouns of suatenanco
will likely pursue their beg'
ging tactics if not waruod away by the
' polico.
V Tho trouble anticipated by the Baltimore
& Ohio railroad oflicials, when
tho army reached W est Alexander Monday
night, was more anticipation than
anything else, for tho hoboes made no
attempt to capture a train at that place,
. although sevoral of them tried to board freight
traius going to Pittsburgh, bat
the trainmen trouuio in getting
them ofK The men reached Won Alexander
about midnight and slept on tho
ground west of town until morning.
Thoy then made u cuuvaa of neighboring
liouaoa and botf'.'od a partial breakfast,
'i'hoy took up the inarcli from
West Alexander eastward nlong the
National road and the Baltimore .
& Ohio tracks about 9 o'clock, .
but it was a very disorganized march.
Many of thorn lingerod behind until the
march was a lino of stragglers several |
miloa loug. Thoy took every opportun- j
ity to beg something to eat from farm
houses along the way, and it was after
2 o'clock when tbo advance reached
Clayaville. Moat of thorn mopped j
there, being too tired to make moro of
a march than the 8ix milea between
West Aloxander and Clayaville, but a
few pushed on and reached Taylorstown
byevoning. .
Permission waa obtainod fox tho men
to aleon in the bnae ball grounds at
Clayaville, and there they mado their
beds as best thoy could, rolling up their
coats for pillowa, soino strotchod out on
boards, but all seominK to find comfort ,
in tho roat, though tlio faro waa hard. ,
A few more foriunato sought haymows
and haystacks. and poultry ralaors and
owners of spring house* wero particularly
vigilant and mindful of their
locks.
ABOUr PKOJPLK.
Straugorn in tltu City iwil Whoallng Folks
Abroad.
D. II. Thompson, of Sistorsvillo, ii at
the McLure.
0. Iiickon. of Manningtou, isaguost ,
of tho titamm. i
A. W. Kerns, of Gallipolis, registered
at tho Windsor.
T. J. McAvay, of Grafton, figuroa on
tho Behler rogister. ' i
William G. lJrown, of Kingwood, autouraplied
at thoMcLure.
J. C. Lloyd, of llippon, autographed
at tho Stiluim last night. 1
D. F. Connolly, of Sistoraville, was
lioro yesterday and registered ut tho i
fcJtunuu.
W. J. Painter, S. II. Gramm and
Thomas McVay, of Grafton, are guests
ut tho McLure. j
S. U. Gramm and "Will J. Puintor, of
Graftou, were in tho city lust night,
en route to Pittsburgh on u business
trip.
MI8S09 :UinniD I'm v^iuris uuu .unrona i
Elliott, and Mr. Charlea \V. paorr, :
of Now Murtinivillo, werogu<uta of tho
Stain m.
Mr, and Mrs. llonry Morria loft yver ;
the Baltimore A Ohio yostorday on an
extondod oaatcrn trip, combining busi* i
ness with pleasure, t
Miss Mattio lirahnin, of tho Island, i
roturncd homo yesterday from a visit to 1
frinnds in Allegheny, Pa. Mi?.i Myrtio
Doraoy came with her, und will upend
the summer with friends in this city.
Walter Scott, jr., of Now York; Kdward
J3. JiuiJer, of Chicago; (Jeor^ro Jl.
Wheelock, of Eolith IJeml, Ind., atuiC. li
Wheolock, of l'eoria, III., aro a quartette
of u'lasH huyora now in town, -iuwin
at tho McLure.
Much Run Down
Was Miy romlltlon. says Mr Wm. Weathcrf'?rd,
tax coUcctor at Koy West. 1-lortda. Sly bi?jh>
P la
ll'fH. Wvather/ord
tlt? was |?"or unit I was quit* nilseraMi?. Hrlonrts
hiIvIhimI ?n?* to Utkn llooil'i Snr.iuparllla. 1 liavo
Mood's ?araaA
parilla
tal;?-n 6 bottles, nml uin ?g ?
much l?ctti>r.h?vrtK?lnL>d ? W| v*3
In WuIkIK, and enjoy a
K?kmI uppctttc.
PHI? urn ft lulUl oatUurllo. aiuT"
AT THE ASSEMBLY.
Interesting Not*>? From (be Big Pro hi bttloo
Gathering.
Ypfterdtjr morning Bor. Messrs.
Bickley, of Wheeling, Pickard, of
Buflalo. and Allett, of the quartette,
took a trip into the coal mine nnder the I
guidance of Ctrl Fatter, of the camp
ground. Thej were very much pleased
with tbia visit
Many preachers oi the Wheeling district
are on the grounds trying to roach j
an agreement with tho camp ground |
association by which tbey can take part
in the coming camp meeting, which
will commence August 0.
Mrs. Virginia Sisson, of Wheeling,
ex-president of the West Virginia W. C. i
T. U., arrived yesterday.
Dr. Long, of ttfllairo, and family are 1
visiting his wife's family on the camp
grounds.
Rev. VV. G. Holt, of Ohio, is at the I
assembly this season tho first titno for
four yearn.
To-day the usual physical culture and I
school of method* will bo held in tho
morning, and at 2:30 p. m. Iiov. Ward
Pickard will give a lecture entitled
"Good for Nothing." In the evening
auotherand tho last sterooptieon lecture
will bo given.
Agrangeinents have boon made for a
train to leave tho camp ground for
Wheeling i\t the close of the "Deeatrictfckule"
on Friday evening. Thin entertainment
promises to be tho "curd" of
tho assembly thin year.
The Htereopticou lecturo on tho camp
tire a of Napoleon lutt o vein tin wan u
very interesting and instructive exhibition.
?|T? unnnbnr V|U.
torday morning and referred to the fact
that in tho missionary Held tho groat
want to-day is not men but money?lor
thousand* offered themselves to go lust
yeur uud could not bo aeut for want of
fund*.
And what wan trim in tbe missionary
Hold was also two of every reform to-day
nnd especially true in tho work of tbe
teinperauco cause. She made an appeal
to every ono to think of this subject in
the light of the toachines of God's word.
Mrs. Scott, returned missionary from
India, contrasted tho giving of tho
heathen prompted by fear, to the giving
of tho Christian people from the love of
God and humanity. Tho picture wan
very diaparaKing to tho display of Christian
liberality.
Mr?. Morrow. of Fairmont, apoko ou
tbo grace of giviug and tho benefits to
he derived, and claimed tho grojitost
[rood resulted from systematic plans
faithfully carried out. Among tho
other speakers wero Mrs. Siaaou and
Mrs. Hamilton, of Wheoling; Mrs. Uuel
and Mrs. Johnson, of I'arkorsburg; Mrs.
J. 1'. McCIerkin, and aevoral gentlemen.
A change has been made in tho programme
for Saturday by which W. W.
Gibbs, of Virginia, will speak at 2:30
and John G. Woolory, of Chicago, at
7:30 p. m. This change has been uiado
at the request of many who doiiru to
iioar him and cannot get hero in tho
Afternoon. A train will loavo tho camp
ground at 0:30 for Wheoling.
In the afteruoon Kov. Ward B. l'ickard
spoke about the "unbaked cakes."
I'he aucient way of baking cake* was ou
11 ho't atone and when ono eldo was
browned tho cake was turned and
baked ou tho other, lie applied this
idoa to many pooplo, botn in the
ehurcli and tomperanco movement.
"I""' nAiitnlnnil nil tlm nlnmnlltH tnr
ifood works, but not buviij/c boon
jxpoeod to'tbo fire on both sides tboy
were of no great forco for good.
LOCAIi ltUUVlTllCS.
Multori of Minor Mommit lu uuil Abou*
tliu City.
Tim Who'elinc district campmeoting
wilt bo bold on the urounda at Mouudaville
from August Dth to tbo 19th.
A mabuiaoe license was yoatorday issued
to Edward .M. Kobiuson, iigod 40,
af Pittsburgh, and Jounie Jaco, aged 08,
of Bonwood.
Ybsteuday Phil Dunlap, agod twontv,
was arrested by Ollicor Watson, on a
charge of stealing bananas from Mr*.
Kelly, on W'ator stroot.
Josri'U Kluowus yesterday appointed
guardian of tho milior orphans of
Joseph Geiringor, and gjivo bond in S'JOO,
Willi E. Bucktnan as surety.
Tub Fourth Ward Republican Club
will moot to-night at 8 o'clock at tho
ollico of S. G. Smith for tho purpose of
aolocling Dormanont headquarters.
C. E. Van Kkurbn* will shortly open
a lunch stand on tho oant sido of Market
Btreot, just bolow Fourteenth. It is a
good lucatiou, and ho will have a liue
placo.
Some inoro paint waa put on tho Paxton
fountain yesterday, much to the
satisfaction of the public, as a fear had
begun to grow that the tizures woro to
bo loft as they woro, which would havo
been something awful.
Tub nunvbor for July of the Jititchcr's
and l'ackrr'* Magazine, of St. Louis, is at
hand. It contains a full, official account
nf the National butcher's convention
here, and is a credit in all respects to
Mr. tichotiold, its onterprising oditor.
In the police court yesterday morning
W. II. Vicoburnor, arrestod by Officer
liohrlo for disorderly conduct, paid
11 line of $0 and .costs. A similar chargo
was againat John Coloinan, avested by
Mo ran, waa withdrawn by tho complaiuant,
wlio paid tho costs.
Ydjterday the Eighteenth atroo'. mia
siou ounaay acuooi 01 mo rirst i roa?ylorinn
church had nn enjoyable picnic
nt Wheeling Park. Tho teachers ami
ollicors of tho school paid for the transportation
ami tho eatable*, and a largo
number of childroii onjovod tho' day
thoroughly, returning lato but ovoning,
tired but happy.
Siivetl ll?;r (.iff.
Yesterday afternoon a young lady
camo down the Inland approach to
the forrv on her bicycle, and when
about fifty Toot from the llont
who loft control of tiio wheel, which divorced
to tho lower eide of tho flout and
wont at a 2:1'0 clip into La Belle Uiviore.
Tho younjr lady would surely havo
drownod but for tho prompt assistance
ronderod by Pilot Casper Crflea, who
pulled hor out.
Alluu l.tilior (into u Itlm'U l'.jrc.
Buffalo, N. Y. July IS.?I ho grand
jury ban roportod an indictment against
ilonry J. Warren, superintendent of
tho Harbor Asphalt company, for employing
alion labor on city contract
work contrary to tho law named by the
Inst legislature, which prohibits tho employment
of any but citizons ou state
or municipal work.
llitiiktfr* Me 11<<1I11I1<4 I'IUmI.
Nkw York, July 18.?Schedules in tho
assignment of 1* 1). Alexander Coinpnny,
bankers and.brokers at 50, Uroadwny,
(Hod to-day, show liabilities $107, 117*;
nominal assets $141,070, and actual
assets $114,!t"?l.
VlMllom to
Nr.w York, July 18.?Among tho passenger*
who sailed for Kurouo on tho
Oily of Paris to-day wero Hon. Harriott
Tripp, United Stilton initiator to Austria;
Ohauncuy M. l>opow,(t. It. Uoborts,
president of tlie Pennsylvania Kailroad
Company aud Lillian Unusuil.
fl WHEEL ORDINANCE.
Council May Bo Called Upon to
Pass Upon One Shortly.
THE RIGHTS OF THE BICYCLISTS .
Are Thoso of tho Ordinary Itoad
Vehicle, and tho Whoel Jl&a no
Ijci?al It I lit on the 8ideivalk??A .
'H.'H Ordinance Con*ld?rod Neoeit*
nary In tho Face of the Many Accidents
Lately.
j
Wheeling cyclen enjoy privileges i
that do not fall to the lot of their <
brethren in other urbau communities?- 1
notably amon^ thetn is tho riilin# of 1
wheels uu the sidewalks, and the total *
absence of ordinuuens relating to carry- *
ing of bells uuil lanterns on whnels. I
Tho number of accidents in which <
wheelmen haVo lately figured surest# I
io many, anions ineui nuun ui wuuuin,
tiio advisability of having a ciiy ordinance
framed and passed by tlto city
council, providing certain restrictions
us tj cycling ou the city's thorough'
farej.
t rriiifl city is ono ot only three or four
whore bicycles are allowed to ho ridden
I on tho sidewalks, and no wheelman,
who remembers the hard fight made
not ho very long ago in tho courts of tho
I land, the result of which was that Secretary
of tliH Treasury John iiliornian
| decided that cycles are vehicles, 011titlod
to all tho riglit<) of a vehicle on the
street or road, and to nothing more, J
will tor u moment claim that a voited
right is abn-?od, slioaJd councii decide :
to put wheels and whoolmon into the
streets and oil tho sidewalks.
Then another bit ol lo^iahtioo resardine
cyclers, that is championed by
pedostrains as well as whtwlmotv, isa ]j
provision that all wheels be providod 2
with bells for the purpose of attracting
tho attraction of pedestrians on street crossings.
Such a provision would undoubtedly
lessen tho number of colli- ;
sionsjjetweeu cycler and cycler and be*
tweon cycler and pedestrian, that have ?
boon so numberhus lately. J
The city council coinmittoo on ordi- .
nances has a resolution on this general "
subject introduced not long ago by Mr. Hamilton,
and probubly au ordinance *
will materialize soon.
An Intblmoencrr. reporter saw a il
number of local whpolmen yestorday ^
and they were in favor of having the ?
use of the wheel restricted to tlio v
streets, recogniziug that in tho latter I
they have all the rights oi other <
vehicles. Those spokon to wero also in
favor of au ordinance requiring tho mo
of bells. I
p e
llmctuTH AN?l|;it.
Ipeelal J>l*i.utrU to Ihr. I11U uigntctr. u
Steuiiknvillk, 0., July 18.?1'oterson J?
and Jon kins, cattle dealers and butchers, K
of Toronto, assigned to-day to II. II. Andorson,
e?q. Sampson M. Jon kins,
of the firm, has also as-dgnod his pitr- J
sotial und real property to the huuio ,
uun.
WiiHt Vlrylnlri I'nHtmiiAturs.
SjKcitU nu -.atch to the IiitcWuenc.r.
Washington, D. 0., July 18.?Tho
following West Vireinia postmnstora =
woro uppointod to-day: Ruth. Kanawha
eounty, IS. ft. Hiutf, vice W. II. Mutton,
resigned; Siflsonvillo, Kanawha ]
county, .1. N. Johnson, vice F. II. J
Statts, rnmovod; Thornton, Taylor "1
county, J. M. Houaor, vice W." F. J
Pain tor, rumovod. 0
MAUTIN'.S FISICH*. J
? A
Ilapn and Mlslmp* in t:??s Thriving City ~
Aerods tliu fltvor. j
Thirty vehicles carried tho mombors
of the M. 'K. Sunday school to Sid well's
grovo yesterday, whoro the day wai A
apoiit picnicking. About two lmndrod
and fifty pumous went out and returned j
about dark, nil highly pleased with tlio
day. Not one accident occurrod. The
grove, a beautiful one, is live miles west -j
ef Martin's Ferry. J
Tho Don Canning Company has organised
with these dirocton: T. J.
Smith. Thomas Moars, Itibort Hall, J.
J. Smith and J. W. Collins, with T. J. *
Smith, president; J. 3. Smith, ponernl
manager, and J. W. Collins, secretary
and treaauror. Tho coiunany was in- =
corporatod under a West Virginia char*
tor.
a F. Doan always looks on tho oigh- J
toonth day of July with rogroU Thirty
years ngo Inat ovoning ho was shot in ?
tho arm at Snicker1e $orry by a rebel, u
Tiie halt shattered the hone, and Mr. a
Dean has been a suftarcr over siuco. nl
At timos tho wound is escoediuglv m
painful. JJ
William T. Duncan has roturnod from \\
an oxtendod trip in the west, including
tho Paciiic coast, nnd looks woll. He
waa in Chicago during tho recent oi
o,?. tl.n U'nrM', ir?i{ > anil
othur tiroa. fi
A potation is boine circulated in li!
UridjjHport asking President Clovoland ~
to commuto the aenteuco of tho miaora
who woro convictod for contotnpj, of ~
conrt, from six montlia to sixty day?. <?
A ponaion of $0 por month hna boon
secured through J. T. llauos by Lewis
Swjirtz, of Anderaoo, Ind., formerly of
Martin's Kerry.
Dm. W. 15. and J. II. Ilorvoy entertained
thoir pnronta, Mr. and Mr*. T.
Y. Horvny, oi ltonuy Point, yo.stordny.
Khorman Clark returnod to Muncie,
Ind., yosterday after a woek'n viiit with hia
mother, Mrs. Kinma J. Clark.
Tho Prohibitionists will moot at
Bridgeport. AiigUBt I to nomiuato a
candidate for Con?re?s. i
Mra. J. II. Blackford, who has boon *
viaitim; rolativoa liuro, will return to
West Lafnyette to-day.
Tho reunion of tho 'J'wenty-oiirhth 0. W
V. 1. will bo hold at Uhrichavillo, Allsuit
10.
It is belioved that Walter Hollo? will
bo pardoned from tho Ohio penitentiary.
c
*?:? U CI.,,,. nn,1 Rnrf flrnv rn.
turned yoatcrday from Now Concord.
Frazior Broa. aro building n brick =
house ftt Droolcaido for Wdst Krasior. ^
Many now navomonta aro b?*itisr put k
down in town and moro are needed.
Joho|>1i Williams and family havo ro?
turnod front Flushing.
Tli?? Dmul Ciiiho hi I<lr?.
San Dircoo, Cau, July IS.?Washing*
ton 12. Irving, a nnphow of tho famous Author,
wan Mipposod to havo diod at ft"
I'.-condido, and hia funeral was hold. I
With thn cloao of tho aervico aftor R
friend* had passod the casket, a kuork* It
in^r was hoard from within, and tho lid I.
having boon hastily removed, Irving Ll
cot up in a dazed condition, but anon w
regained Ills Benson fully and was taken 8
huuie. g
Tli? l'.uiprror KiitiWn Ills ItiiMtims. I
Huiu.in, July 18.?'J'ho Kamoana havo I
annt. t<i Kinperor William a petition f
praying that Ucrmuuy annex the I
inland*. I
TEAS. SPICES. ETC.
Mail ft) Co.
TEH IMPORTERS
And Coffee Roasters.
fsLoad, Le! Those Who Can Follow!
OL'B PRICE LIST:
?moci. per dozen 13c
lalf-plnt Jolly GIum* pordoxen................. V8c
|uart Mamon Jurs...... 00?
takers Tomatoes. 3 cans ? *3<j
b?t .Standard Tomatoes. 2 cam for- S3n
:andu?-J s'wrur Corn, < cans for 23c
agar Vena, <1 can* lor? 23c
Urilctt iVan. 3 cant fur S53c
holeo Hod Salmon. cam for ? -3c
'rtrsh 'iiuv'er s'anp-i. 4 pounds loc. J53c
UL*iui{ Powder, per pound ....~~. 10c
'rush butter Crackers, > pounds lor
arg? Lump Gloss Starch, 7 pounds for .- 25c
Lo!lo<l oats, fi pounds lor?IHW. ? X5o
'aln's lu>ot Uoor, 3 bottles fur. 2fio
lalf-plnt Deer Mu;t MuiUnl, .1 k1os*cj for... "So
Iu!f-p!ut Catsup, a bottles for *S? '
lollies I'lns. pordozon.. - Jc j
iorpct Tacks, 8 ounces, per box lc
Itlailis Tea En.
wanted.
4 GENTS?TO TKAVKL OH AT
, V homo, to take ord?n by vatnple. Wo pay
kixjuec* ami Mlurjr or commission. It Is a
nick flclliu,' statdy urtifla Bain pie ?out ou
imlicuttou. Address Lock Ikix 1??. S. Y. City.
Tnv-7-MJrli
for sale.
LTtOU SALE?CKXTKAL HA It NEH
L' Shop mill Unth Hoiiins; 1ns.it location in tho
Itv: Kood reasons given for warning to sell,
ddress LOUIS IMUll, box 093, llellalre. O.
JyiT*
[70!t SALE?V ALU ABLE FRUIT
I and Garden Farm of tho la'e Henry Mhtno,
mated at Valley Grore, W. Vu., on National
oad and II AO. It R., containing 60 acres;
ir?o Mx-roomed liotiso. with good cullnr aticl
lie outbuildings; line orchard; nlw> eight acres
i small frnll?, all Jii good bearing condition;
ell watered with uutailini; spring, and in best
f rct?alr. Kasy term*. For iurthiy Information
ill on tho premises, nriaddrvs llli.NUY ItlUNIC,
n.. Volley, Grove. \V. Vn. Jvlf.Q
jJ'Olt SALE.
Farm of tho latoftirollnn Kcnumond. containl.'tfl
arn-s of tho finest farming land tu Ohio
miitv. I?ny* well, well watered, sltnat.nl live
liles north of city; reached by a good mart.
It-uani. brick Iintino nl eleven room*. largo earn
nl other ncwJMiry outbuilding*. Aho two ormrds
containing nlarco variety of fmlL For
irtlier information rail on or addnw* r. 1J.
IdEVKS, at I>oil*r Savings Bunk, or Sll&Cbnptie
strnot. m>*
^OU bALK.
I FEW CHOICE LOTS AT Eixaxu rax.
Cheap and on Ea?y Tornu
W. V. HOGE.
orrt ntr Dmik nilU'll'itf I JlO Markct 'my^.
FOR RENT.
OU KENT?STOKE ROOM ON
D Main wtrpot. Addnw Lock I tot .tW. feJ7
nOlt RENT?STOKE ROOM, NO. CO
II Twelfth street, aud flvo rear rooms. InuireatMoro.
j?U
h0\l KENT?GOOD STABLE IN
L" alley buck of ChanHnc afreet. Fifth ward.
ddres* "L. M.." caro InmiHKenccr ofllco. n\v:?l
JOR UK NT.
1IA8BMEMT 1IAR1IKK SHOP,
NKW AND FIN Til A' FINISH IC1>
ND SUFI'LIKI) WITH HATH ICOOMS,
Corner oC Main nnd Tenth Streets,
iqtiiro of JAMES L. II AW LEY,
jc28 MM Main 8troet.
pOU KENT.
Siori? room In Penbmly ltulMIn*.
Ofllco room* in iVnbody ilalMlncj.
Steam beret, elevutornnd nil modern eonunicucu*.
Term* reasonable.
PK VUODY INSUItANCK CO.,
Jut ll'-iU mul 11!J8 Mnrkot Street.
PROPOSALS.^
^EALED PROPOSALS WANTED.
tiealod proposals will be received by the Hoard
: Kducutlou of MaunlURton, W. Va.. until Sat*
relay. Jnlr 2S. 1891. at I p. m.. for tho erection
III oni'losfnt; of n tu-tlvemom school building
Mauttiugton. W. Va.
Tho plans anu stRTltlcimcms can da soon ni mo
lleo of the bourn 01 l-ilyohtlon nt .MannlnKtyn.
. Vn., and f?l*o at the 'oflieo of Franzhelra.
Ipwjt A FnrK Archltccu. Fourteenth Btroot,
lieollng. W. Vfl.
Hid* to bo marked, "Proposals for ?'rectlnjrnnd
icioaliiR n twolve-room school building nt Mannjtton.
W. Vn.." nnd to bo nd4n?w<l tnCloric
board of Kducatloa. ManuliiKton, IV. Vn.
Kaeh btd lfr will submit with bis bid a eertl il
check fort per cent of amount of bid.
Tho board ro>ervui the ri?rht to reject any or
IbMi. jyl.lxwAr
STOCKS, BONP-y ETC.
vfOCKS FOR BALIS.
10 shares of National Rank of Wo<t Virginia.
shan-s Warwick chhiu Company.
i!Q hhurui Whot'lbijr leu it Storaqn Cn.
jo shares Fire ninl Marlnw linirancoCo.
l-OMmres Itank of tho Ohio Valloy.
:0slmro> l.aboll'-Null Mill.
'."Uxhuivs l.nitrlillti Nail Mill.
J bond* \Vlicell?'R Kni I war ('o.
5Ushnro< AStuu Stinnbinl Iron mi l Steal C>.
It. S. IIUVIN. llM.or.
Jo]9 No. -1 Twelfth Street.
FOE SALE.
Jonds and Stocks !
OHEY LOANED OX REAL ESTATE.
Othor Invostmonts.
ilMPSON & HAZLETT,
mrC9 No. 1311 Mnrkf*t St.
3CUAEFEU & DKM21I0KST,
?roi k agent* ron?
Jas. B. Pepper S Co.'s
ISTIIXKHV IiOI'TLKU WIIISKRV.
k3l8a perm anient cure
Hr^aj of Jin* t:uMt ohMlnnln ? ? ??? (iiuiorrhO?t
^K^ln ""uO'^tofnuMiitfoi!Infw>31?0 >?) ! : '
I WH#hwtfMtTM?rjtrr.inir*?l.ji?i1irith?,?ii
l?)Ql, I III? nMHoattafr ro*n?i??f ?lo?lrm witii cj*i- !
MkTIII ImiIi*. I'opKili^ or Hanit<|.Ho<M|. Hol.l l?jr
djE&r I nil dru^rlfM. S K'irrf, (micoaMor to
fljqBtJl PwiD, Illnrniary-Ti. I'urR
Tho
Porfumo of Violets
Tho iiurlty of tho Illy, tho glow of tho rono,
nml tho fltiNh of llolio coiutiluu lu 1'uuoni'h
wotidrou* l'owilrr
PARASOLS. I
GEft R.
\
Lines to
I -a^THI
ENTIRE STO
!
1 r i nine
1 liAI/lUU
!o??ooe<
THIS MSAKTS
$2.50 PAR/
$3.50 PAR/
$6.00 PAR/
i$7.00 PAR/
AND SO ON IN THE S
i oo?**?<
jDliCl<
i ALL NEW A
!
1 SILK SALE AT MARK
GEOR
REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, TO BORROW MOfl
Wo fiave more ctvlts (or tnotwy than w
supply. If you Uavo money to put out on 1
out mil ou lit.: Wo have good real e?tutoaeC
to offer. Interest <' pur cent per annum,
expense paid by borrower.
We huvo buyers for small cheap bouse)
loomed. If cheap a quick cash wilo can be t
Call ou us.
ROLF Cb ZAN:
42 POURT12KNTU STREET.
Ofllct- hours 7;no a. w. to S p. in. J
FOB SALE
A bargain for a few days only. A good c
woiiied,dwell!uy, with full lot, on prom:
street on the IMaud. fort-t.TiO.
Fruit farm, ouo of the host In this sec
Hooks will show pood Income erery year,
each. ,No otryears. Small amount of cssti
handle It and the place will pay the bnlanc
wiil exchange for city property.
Fifteen-acre farm, with new four-rot
house aud store building, jn*i nbove Mu>
Fcrrv, twenty minutes br rail from Whw
Gartl'in truck and other crojw all Jn. Wll
for 81.-100 CA'h and jHvo possession of crop
all In four days' timo.
Money to loan on oltr real estate.
To Let?Dwellings. liirgo and *inalL
SMITH & DICKiNSO
1229 MARKET STREET.
Rents Reduced
No. 1110 McCotlocli atreet: will nrrnngc
two tenant*. or ou?. nnil pnt In flrst<c!ua? 01
No.ailtilrtnovontli atroot. wrotnl lloo:
No. 1X1 Zuno atru^t. gecon'l floor. $i i.
No 28il Ko:Tatreet. ono or two fotnllloft.
No. 003 Main atreet. two-atorjr Urlcu.
No. 3123 MeColloeh Rtruet. tw?Mtonr frnmc
No. 320 Mnln street. largo moilurn brick ?1
lnc, 'fourteen mom*.
No. 1327 MfColtoch utreot. brick. Ml 00.
No. U> Ohio .trocl three room*. 57 W.
No. 21 Virginia street, tramo. *it room*.
Tho Wiuldiiigton Place, hou*o nnl iinntv
No. Mnln *trest. brink dwelling.
Kit. 2t'?-' Muln atrent. :lr*t iloor. throe rontr
No. lit Thirty-third street. brick, tlvo r.?
Twosplendld'oillce room* In Mntonlc bull-'
So. L*MM!bar>ll?o Mroet. Uvj ro;>m*.
No. WW MiirkotHtroot.oilbM rov.iu
No. 121 Thirtr-thlnl *tro.5t. tlvo rootni. 0
No. Mnln utrjot. tw-slvo r.nm? itu I l?v
omen room* In llli?bi?r<l Block. I3H Mnrkfl
No. l.YH Mum at'tf-jt. seeou I niti t??ir>l il i
Store room*ot: SoiitU *truot, in lloariu
er??du bnlMltuj.
pon satjR
No. '^sil Ko'l at*"o}'.. tw.vatory frmno. firoi
Hummer re?ldeuce? In th > country nt
View. Pleaaaut Vallojr, U'utlicrnoo<l ami \V<
ila'e
MONEY TO LOAN
RlNEHART & TATU
<*rrr Hank llaitnt.vo.
Tele;.bono IV). (Jol!>| Koom >
TO LP AN.
Money to Loan
? $6,500,
$ 1.000,
$4.100
To be Pecured by Deed of Trml ou l*ulnc
bered City Koal Katato. Imjulro of
Wheeling Title and Trust C
NO. KM3 MAltKI'r M'UKKT.
2
TNTKI.I.HIKNCKU'S .lull uJ'FK
I NKWTYPK 8KlU.r.l? WOltKMP.N. lloS
COUNT aud TASTY WOUK. nmhI for tirl.v
iNTKI.I.hii'.NCEK
i'auU^T louricculh&iroi
:TC.-0E0- R. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR
be Closed Oct:
>
S WEEK.^^ |
t
nir An J\ ITW OAi n t
lift. ur JTAMdUL& I
(
AND !
DUCK SUITS, f
t;
...............
r
? \SOUS
FOR 50c.
^SOLS FOR $1.00.
\SOLS FOR $2.50. !
\SOLS FOR $3.00.
AJII3 PitOl'OUTIO.V, ?;
: Suits!;
TV r t->. nrnrn a n*r T"? I,
INL> UESIKADLL. t
F
i????????aoocco
ED DOWN PRICES CONTINUED,?
'' . '
Taylor
I REAL ESTATE.
IEY! ^ o B__sa L E.
Home of 6 rooms. L'o.T rtroot, botwoou C.'d asj
e cau 23d direct*, tvitU 4-ruomed house la tin.- rest;
nt<T- large lot. fi.ftjo.
urity lioiiu of C rooms. 22d street. SI ' CO.
All A Fine Improved furm of sixty acres. tUra
miles cut of Wheeling.
i well House ol live rooms, Twenty-third stnsH,
nrfo. K/'00Hormo
of llvo rooms, Cbapllue street, Ooattt
Wheeling. fJ.vxi.
llmiHti of thruo rooms, Market street. Ceaa
m Wheeling, fiWU.
Hoiimu of ten rooms, brink, Markot straet. K.(:l
wanl, easy terms, {7MW.
House of llvo rooms. brick, Fourteenth stMi
IcM f2 no.
House nf four rooms, Jacob street, suti
. wanl, 81.250.
House, tiro rooms, Woods street, East Whui!*
u in*. 11.400.
Kino furm? 1*7 acres, three milos from Mouaut*
vlllo. with splendid improvements. Th!< fi *
bnruain.
fciO feet of land fronting on McColloeli ?ul
j{j LJud streets.
},, llotol of lourtecn rooms, dolti& rooj bu>: :?u
' 7 '; splendid locution, cheap.
?I<m!90 of sewn roam* and ball, CuipUM
'mpd street. Centre Wheeling. ?,2W.
I ah eiiM end Fourteenth street, S\>A
1x1,5 0,1 'trwsl. Uolvedere. each
i ?!oi l*1'* 'u M?l?rcnn A fpcldel's addition. !l?t
?7i.i ! ?'? midltfon to North JJwwood. i? tK*
i auu Caldwell's Hun. pleasant Valley. Uellevut) .tsa
ofii^r placo* lti and neurtho clt?\
Manor to loan oa city real estate: $20).5>M
WJO. 500, 1700,11,(100. fl.MO ami
N, NESBITT & DEVINE,
men. 1739 Market Str^ut. _
| [ FOB E/ZEJINT.
.1 vjntlt
> for Itulldlnir corner Twonty-fourtb on J :i -
rdor. Uct Ktrcota, lately uswl us a cutt'ic;
r, 37. factors- ? - ^ '.*!
No. .">1 HiTtLM'nth street ?
No. 130 Pevoutecntb etreet. flrbt tloor *
No. :?.Vi7 ' ImpJlno Mroei. two room* t ,
i. , No. 35:7 ChapUuu street, two roouw 1
if ell- No. 2??7 Market stroei *
saloon and dwelling ttdjoiulug ci !
dcpoOMartln'a Ferry ' .
No. 2il7 fhapllno street. three room* 5
No. 1W0 Main street, roonii.
>? Vacant loU on Blitabotb itroet. .
No. 2iV.? Market street. both r,nto\ ,
'? No. 11(11 HIgh street. two rooms .
<?"Vt No. aw Ahoy L? 1; ,J
llntf. No. W'il Chnpllne street. utoro rc-oui -iuJ
1 dwelling.
No. 2W? Al>r 11 ;
> Na 2-V)l Market struct, two rooms. . . . ,
'* No. is TwoJity-ilftb btroot
it St So. 17J1 Ko.T at root, second tloor '
\Vt No. 123 Seventeenth street, scoond ilour '
! ?& No. 'iWi Jacnb street ,
No. 2S10 Jacob street 'u
Hon* rooms. Main atld Twonty*tlr?t -
fur Shu. ii
nm\ No. lojjrisapllnestreet, four rooms... '
l*:trlc No. 2V>J Main strict - :
sods* No. !' Twetit) tlfih Htroot ,
No. 21.M Malt: *troct, four rooms :
No. lot Nineteenth street '
No. 1")?7Cbaplimjitrt'Jt. allienroom.. .
_ _ No. 1731 Kofi'Mtrr^jt. fuoond flmir ,' ,
[Vi, No. 1 .'.m McOoflooh strict 1
No. Twentieth itrcot
No. Jl!- Market strcot
frt A No. l.'drt Main stree* '."TT
No. 17*. *'vonit?? uth Ntrout. two rooms ,
No. i:r? Twenty-ninth Mrvot " J
UiilMlug for mannrnctntinv or wli ? ,
bualttv**. lti roar ot No. ifiut Market "
FOR A A Titv
^ J Heal estate of every dutcrlptton.
JAMES A. HENRY.
Itonl Kktatu Airont, Collector. Notary V .
IVriilofi Atfortluy, No. \<\\i Murlv'. 'r
- ZFOIRTIR^EN-T.
REDUCED RENTS.
turn- - -
Niv ?ii South Wutrnh itw't. thrro ro No
s Virginia ktrcut. ols'.jt rnomi
i No <* NorMi Huron it roe t. tliiv r> <
ONo. ? North Huron itrcot. ?lv r > > . ?
M No. l-i Houth Front btr<v?.
bath
on South Itmalwny. five room*.'
POIl SAI4B. ?
"" J'roporly ?'l "'1 Jtind*. micli a* In:1'
II1)? rooldcoxM. hu?l:i.-? ii-oiwrty. farm*.
KST MONBY TO 1.0 W. Cull nu.l .v
!" ECARBLV
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