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YESTERDAY'S STORM. :
The Streat Railway System Was the Heavlaat SaJToror. THREE CARS WERE "GROUNDED," And the Power Woi Off Several Timet at tbo Power House?The Schedule , ot tho Lino Disarranged?Hoove Bum* at the Mouiidnvlllo Narrow*, and Two Person* Said to Havo Hbcii i Killed?Out the Creek. Yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock , tbo tbreatoning weather broke into a term 0/ rain and lightning, which, ; while it lasted, about an hour, was very < severe and did cooniderablo damage, 1 the Wheeling Kail way Company fooling . iU effects moro than anybody elao. j Three cari wore atruck by lightning J running along tho trolloy wires, Sob. 33, ' So and 3(J, and becaino what is tocbnically known as "groundod." The power j was oir at the Forty-second atreot power houte throo or four timos, once at 4 1 o'clock remaining off over thirty rninutes. Tho achodule bocamo disarranged, i and it was not until tt o'clock that all / were running on regular time. For a < tiiuo Klectrical Engineer Tucker, of the i line, was a very butty man. A house situated near the rivor at , tho Narrows, ubove Moundavillo, it was | said laat night, had burnod, but further information was not obtainable, it was , said that lightning striking tho building etartod tiie lire, uud also that two per* > sons wore killod. ; To the oahc of tho city tho rain and ' oloctricity wore especially hoavy, tho aky in that direction being black as ink. liowevur, no aorioua damage was reported out Wheeling Creek, though tho 1 olectrical part of tho storm was moro 1 than ordinarily hoavy. 1 Keports from the Pittsburgh division I of the Baltimore <k Ohio rond aro to tho effect that tUo rain otorm was romnrkn- I bly heavy. Large atones and quantities of dirt wore washed onto the track i tl... -MM nt trninn mmA. I | wimt dangerous. Wheeling crook at thiti point yxAit running out strongly last , night?a yellow (lood of mud. , Storm nt 8t. Clalmville. [ St. Clamsvillk, 0., August 2.?Light- , ning struck tlio barn of Josoph Taggart, nortboast of bore, and doatroyed tho building and contents, oxcopt carringos < and farm machinery. This year's grain i and liny crops wcro in tho barn. Tusur uqcuSWX), with tho Ohio Farmers'. t AX ICLlvVKN-ItbLNO FIGHT , In Honwood Ln?t Ni?lit llotweou J.ocul ' Puglllita. Laatovoningthoro was a glovo con- 1 test in a private room in Bcnwood, j which is deicribcd by wituoasos as one of the gamoat lights aoon in this vicin- J ily for some timo. Tho contost was 1 made strictly for points, and tho con- 1 testanta wore A. 13. Klnproth, who ' fought at 138 pounds. aud It. Stein, who < woicbod in at 140. G. A. Marshall was ' Stein's backer, and Will Carl Klaprotii's. William Murphy acted as roferoo, and Edward Sylvia and Charlos f Bon tor woro tho snconda. About thirty""" ."Miuii.ro onlnvnil (lift unnrL When night voryscientific and closely ; contested rounds had boon fought, Klaproth wan badly winded, nnd ovory- > body but himself was satisfied that ho was whippod. llo rofmed to givo up, howevor, nnd stnggorod through throe ? moro rounds, whon bo wai completely disablod, nnd tho fight was given to 1 Stein amid great applause. Stein says ho will light any 140-pound , man in thu community, on any term*, | with gloves for points. POUlt'lJi DAY'S SUSS I ON 1 Of tlio Slarilmll Couuty Tenalien* Inntltnt? at aioumlNTlllo. , The fourth day's session of tho Mar- i shall county teachers' institute, now being hold at Moundsvillo, provod to bo ' very interesting. Tho morning soasion ' was opened by singing two very inspir- , ing songs, after which liev. S. If. Doyle ' led in prayer. Tho roll call numbered sixty gentlomon and seventy-two ladies. 1 The regular exorcises of tho day wore commenced by Instructor Powell giving a lesson in ratio and proportion. Quito I a number of good point* were brought ' out on tho method uf tonching this part ' of arithmetic to buginnors. This was followed by a loaaon in grammar, con- i ducted by Prof. D. T. Williams. A live- i ly discussion ensuod on the formation i of tho possessive case o: nouns. i Tho toachora enjoyed a few minutes ( social chat, atter which Prof. Mohler lectured for thirty minutes on reading, , and S. Powell closed tho morning J session with gcucrnl history. Tho teachers on return from a vory hearty dinner got down to work with a j will. Tho aftornoon exorcises were , opouod with a solo by .Mr. Harry Me- , Combs and a duet by Mr. McCotubs and Miss Anna Pelly. Tho last lecture on psychology wai delivored by Prof. Mohlor. The subject was handled in an able manner, but the toachors did not | seem to get so interostod in it on ac- * count of their not boing compelled to stand an examination in that branch. Tho next losnoii was on civil governinent, by Prof. Williams. A long dii cushion cunie up a? to too orijjiu oi tlio Btuto Koverntnont. After u shortrccotii l'rof. W. W. IIow- 1 oil, tjuperimendont of schools nt Whito 1 Hall, N. V., addren*ed the institute on 1 inetituto work and the work of teaching children drawinir and inuaic. I'rol. Howell madi? n ^ront hit. He in mi * The Past Guarantees The Future The fact that Hood's Sarsapa- i rilla has cured thousands of 1 others is certainly sufficient reason for belief that it will i cure you. It makes pure, rich, healthy blood, tones and strengthens the nerves, and i builds up the whole system. , Remember Hood's Cores Be Sure to get HOOD'S and Only IIOOIJ'S. Hood's PMIs ?r<* CH|trr|ii||y iiri-iariHl til t>? I Hk tAvu Willi ilubii'a faiU?4ywUl*. 2ftc. i/ct bub able talker. At the closo of bia adtlreaa tbe institute adjourned with tbe calling of the rolL LOCAL U?;BVIflt?3. M?Uera of Minor Mo moot la aad A boat ui? cut* A uerriKo of the council committee dd police baa been called for this evenIn;. Worx ia progressing rapidly on the new aewer on Thirteenth street, east of Jacob. A chock aewer ia being put in on tbo west side of Wood Htroet, above Fortythird street, whore it baa been greatly needed. C'lkhk IIook yosterdoy issued a marriage license to John ritein, aired 30, of Fulton, and Anna iieatler, aged 'Jo, of Kirkwood. Tnr. tirit plums havo rando their apnnnmnr*n in tho tnirkuL II uekloborrioi tiro now plenty, but injuriously allotted u to quality by the dry weather. Hakvkhti vo fs now over and threahing is in order. Wheat and oata nre turning out tolerably well. Corn la looking bad and the potato crop will be my ihort A force of men aro at work replacing the pipes of tho pneumatic pump* which operuto tho aafety iralos of tho Baltimore <Sc Ohio road at Cliaplino and Sixteenth streets. Last night tho council cominitteo on accounts mot and approved bills agijre* Mtinjf |204. The books of tho city jlerk and city receiver for May were audited and found 0. K. Yiwtkbdav Judge I'uull held a apodal teaaion of the circuit court, at whicji, tiowovor, no buiinesa of public interest was transacted. A few pruliuiitiary chancery orders wero entered. In tlio polico court yeatorday morning Perry Tracy was lined $r> and costs for aaaauIt on his wife, although Bhe appeared and intercodud for hiiu. lie paid. His was tho only caio. Ciiaklrh Maksau was arroatod Inst svening by Ofllcor Watson, for striking a man namod Dird in tho Second ward market house, and Henry Cristy as u plaiu drunk by Ofliror Lukins. Yrstkrday aa several gontlomon woro talking at tho corner of Cliaplino ntid Kirteenlb streets ft proim buuko nuoui sijjhteen inches lonpr, irlided up from tho [ utter. IIo was dispatched quickly. Last ovoning tho Christian Endeavor jociety m tho Simpson M. E. church jravo a hijfhljr onjoyable social at the residence of Mr. Charles Leo, on Elm street. The attendance was largp and a very attractive projeraramo was rondorod. In aoininu for tho body of Mrs. Wagner yesterday morning a lar^o number of hngo carp wero drawn out of tho river. Sorno of them would woi?h ten or twelvo pounds. A few pood sized suckera wero also brought to tho bauk. Onk Thomas Clark was arrestod vosterdnv, charged with folouioualy beatinur C. *E. Van Keureu out of a board bill in I5i>2, and Squiro Poterman sent liitn to jail in default of bail for his aplioaranco at tho next torin of the criminal court. M. Danpokd took In Dexter last week $0,000 pounds of wool at sixteen corns for tho highost figuro and throe for tho owest. Mo also drove homo with hi in 'or tho Zanosvillo market forty-six head if cattle bought at thrco cents, says tho Caldwell Republican. ABOUT 1'KOFLli Itrangor* In the City uuit Wiisellag folic* Abrnail. Georao G. Busbey lonvos to-day for Ml. Lake Park. Mrs. J)r. Mason is visiting her father. L'apt. A. II. Batlin, at Steubonvillo. Mita Carrio Klari is tho guest of rionda in McKoesport, Pa., this wool;. Frank Albingor, of tho South Sido, ins gone to Atlantic City to recuperate. Major Georgo Millor has gono on a mit to Ilia father-in-law near Morgantown. Mr. Curtis Hudson, of Baltimore, is nailing relatives ou South Broadway, (eland. Mine Kiln Wicnrd, of tho East Knd, will leave to-day for an oxtouded wetturn trip. Miss Mamie Filan, of tho South Sido, who has been employed in Sistersvillo, nas returned to this city. Mr. and Mr?. Georgo libeling, of South .Market street, have returned from Iriadelphin, where they have been chaiiug tho elusive charms of rural life. MicsTillie Beckondorf, of South Jacob itreet, who hasboentho guest of friends in tho interior of tho state hr* returneii, iccotnpanied by a friend, Miss Ucasie Shearer, of Fettonnan. Miss Belle Boazle, one of tho city loachers, who lias been under treatment at tho \v heeling hospiial for somo lime, is getting along nicely and will joou bo home again.?Uellairr InJcpoul:nt. Miss Kiln Smoupo, a very charming young lady, of East Fifteenth street, accompanied by ono of her popular friends, Miss lx>ttio Jlirah. a hollo of McMechen. loft yesterday aftornoou on the:S o'clock train ovor tho Baltimoro & Jhio roud for Grafton, to spend a lew weeks with her sistor, .Mrs, Alice Itoushor, of that place. XiHliMtriul AUuir*. Tho ./Etna-Standard Iron Company las declared a quarterly dividend of 2 l>or cent on its capital stock. The annual meoting of tlio atookhold?rs of tho United States Ghu* Company tvill be hold at l'ittsburgii August 15. Tho Riverside steol plant has shut I i.? i?i. ..t 14 IIMYII, (JWIIIK III IIIU HlUft "I HUM. U II not known whether tint Wheeling plant will have onoujjh material to run longor than this week or not. NOi'ftS OS NAVIGATION'. iliisn uf U'lilr-r noil MiirniHniiti ltn.it*. Tim ltivrr InlnrnnU, YKfNtKIUY'H liKI'A ItrtTltKi. John K !.ovvry. Mutniuur.n. II il iu. Mulliu K.. t'liirliijjtuU. ??. ill. II'i I'M I.K.IVIN'J TO-DAY. Mtittlu K.. Clarlujftoii, :i:UO p. ui. Thoro in now just 1! 1 incbcxof water in thechaniiol and utatiotiury. It in thought recent rainn will bring the stago up no that navigation cau bo resumed by local lines. HKADWATP.lt III! COUTH. Steubonvillo?Kivor 1 foot inchcs itn.l Htationary; raining nntl warm. Morgantown? Kivor 5 foot (J incliou ntid ftniionarv; coolorand raining. Oil City?-Kivor J! inches and stationary; cloudy and warm. Wnrrnn?Kiver tbreo-tonths of a foot hoiow zero; fair and warm. (irootiHhoro?Kfvor <i inches and ?tationary; fair and warm. TIroil, Wi'iilt, Nurviitu, moaiiH impuro blood, and ovnrwork or Loo much htrain on brain and body. Tho only way to euro in to food tho nerve* on puro blood, 'ihounandit of tiooplo certify that thn boit blood pur* iflor, tho bo?t norvo tonic and r-trength builder in Hood'* Snraaparilla. What it ha* dono lor otliors it will also do for you.?Hood's Curos. Hood's Tills euro constipation by roatoring poristultic action of tho ahtnonlury cuual. '? THE BODY 13 FOUND. Tho Probable Suicide of Mrs. Wagner Turns to Certainty. AN IMMENSE SEINE MET WHS USED lit Dragging the Hirer Bottom for the Body Yesterday Morning, But Without SucoeM?A Bnjr Out FUI?ing Discovered the Bmljr at the Foot of Fortjr-thlrd street?The Funeral To'day. The search for the body of Mrk Kate Woguor, whose almost certain aaicido bv drowning in the river at tliu public landing, which wai chronicled in yesterday's Ixtkixioenceu, wm continued throughout the morning, but bam Hurtle and his assistant who wore dragging tho river bottom with an immonao aeine mot with no aign of tho body. About 0 o'clock in tho morning a young South Side boy, Ernest Kmraort, who wan fishing of? one of tho big inodol bargoa, part of tho tow of tho XL F. Frianie, laid Up nt the foot of Fortythird street, aaw what ho thought to bo a bundlo of bluo clothes caught in an eddy that had formed between two of the bargoi. Ho investigated and wai h or rilled to And that the blue dress was wliathad hidden from his view a human body. Ilu called assistance and tho body wax taken from tho water. Tho county coronor was notified, also Charles and llonry Amick. whoso sister's body tho floater was supposed to bo. They arrived on tho acono quickly and had no difficulty in identifying tho body as that of their aisier. It was taken to tho undertaking establishment of Louis llertschy and prepared for burial. Tho coronor's verdict was "found drowned," which was considorod all that was necossary, tho caao boing a plain one. Tho funoral is announced to tako nlnco this afternoon nt 4 o'clock from tlio rusidonco of the (load woman's brother, Ileary Ainick, South and Main at routs. WHKK10 IS COIINHLL. A Tolrgraiii lloceiveii at the Windsor lluiol YmiliTilny. Tho reeoipt of the following telegram by proprietor E. JJ. Carney, of tho Hotel Windsor, yoatorday, cauaod uiucii , conjecture: Btrni WOTOx, W. Va., Aueuit2. , 11 it. Carney, Hot ft W'inilior, Whtrtinn. ii* i'n. 1 tfend of J. IJ. ('orins 1 to Keyssr. W. ' Va. Wire to day if you know wlitt wu* dou? 1 witli liU rumalus. ciiaiu.r.1 k. Wilson. Cornell is a young man who registered nt thu Windsor from Koyser la.it Monday morning, and was assiirnod to n room, but left with liis baggage, n hiiihII ' hand grip, tlmt night. On Tuesday ho 1 was at tho hotel an hour or two, and ] after noon was'not seen Main. That ' was tho Inst heard of him until the re* ' ccipt of tiio telegram yesterday. Tho ] Windsor people uro at a loss to know what became of tho young man, though : it is ovidont that Wilson has received informaliou that ho camo to his death Houiewhew and at eoiue time since Tuesday. 111 j; KAKNUKUFBST. i Tho Whoi'llng I'nnplo Having no Enjoya- | bio Time?A Finn Concert. , Pperial Vorraponilfnct of tit? MelUgenctr. , Toi.eoo, Ohio, August 1.?Tho Whool- t ing pooplo attending tho grout North* westorn Saongerfost aro onjoying a huge time during thoir stay ou tho banks of the Mauineo. Tho trip waa a vory onjoyablo one, tho ngont of tho Wheeling & Lako Krio railroad, Mr. Wood, doing everything to satisfy ovary body and everything ho hud promised tho" committee was done and ovon more. At Majtullon tho Canton and Maflsillori Binding societies hud their cars attached to our train, and in due timo we arrived at the station in Tolodo whore wo were roceivod by tho roception committee, Hon. 1L II. Cochran and others. You can imagine that nil tho Wheeling people woro hoarttly greeted tby him and from thoro wo proc(;odod to headquarters accompanied by a Toledo and Opera Ilouah hand through Summit street to Druid's hall. The decorations aro line, t<? use an old saying "(Jut of Sight." The Hotel Mich wan at first assigned to tho Beethoven, hilt it has gone out of business tince our committee was Peru last spring so that it was necessary to put the Beethoven in tho Burnett and no one has cause to regret the change. After a little cleaning up and supper ] we took iu tho reception concert and your correspondent never heard a flnor reception concert at any saou goriest. It was rendered not only by tho Gorman singing socioties and the Germans of : Toledo, hut by all tho local talent. Tho mixed choruses wore rendered iu Knglisli and all who could sing helped to uiako it a great success. Governor McKinley, who was an- , nounced to make the nddross of welcome in behalf of tho stnte, was nick, and iu his placo Hon. R 11. Cochran . took his placo and tho committeo made " no mistake in selecting him, as almost every Wheeling man can imagine he carried his hearers by storm. To-morrow tho tlrst of tho coticorts c and a matineo will bo given. J w. ii. M. 81'K.NI) YOUIt VACATION AT J l!i: , HUASIIOIttS. ? . 8 Kxcurnloti to Aliunde City, Capo May mill < Sun InIm City. Tho lust excursion of tho season to thiiHO cliitrinin<r seaside resort* in announced by tho Baltimore <& Ohio Kail- . roitii for Tilurailuv, August 10. Those , (ionirinir to tako advantage of tho low i ratoM in effect on tho 10th, liavo tho 1 privilege of using any regular train on \ that date, including tho fast express I trains with l'ullinan ears attached. Jn ] tho event of reaching Philadelphia on an evening train, excursionists can spend the night in Pmladolphiii and tako train for tho seashore on Friday, tho 17th. ' Tickots will be valid for return journey for twelve days from day of sale, and will bo good on nil 'regular trains. On return journev they will be gond to stop oil at Washington, thus atlording ; an opportunity to nee Congress in hobhi<in? to visit the numerous public build- . ings, which nro opon to visitors freo of chnrgo, and to tako a trip down tho Potomac to Mt. Vernon, tho tomb of tho immortal Washington, as well us to visit other plnccs of interest in and near Washington. Trains loavo Wheeling .V.OO a. m. and 0p. m. Round trip $10. Correspondingly low rates from othor stations. For moro dotatled information apply to nearost llaltimoro & Ohio agent. " i Ik you want paving or Jlro brick, or sewer pipe, go to West Virginia Hand 1 Company, l.'Jls ivator struot, Tolophono r.UI. Waro ro 'ins corner of Koir aud 1 wouty-iiintli otroot. TEAS. SPICES. ETC. AtEaiic Tea Co. TEH IMPORTERS And Coffoo Roasters. WeLead, Let Those Who Cm Follow! OUR PRICE LIST; Lemoni. per dosea ~ - ? 15c Half-pint Jclljr GUsscs per dozen .... 28c Quart Mason Jan ?*Oc Baker's Tomatoes, 3 cans tor ?25c Best Standard Tomatoes. 3 cans for............. 25c Standard Su^ar Corn, i cans for ?....... 25c Sugar Teas, ti cans far.. ~. ~~ 25c Bartlctt I'can, 3 cans fur 25c Cholco Ited Salmon. 2 cans for ?. ?25c Fresh Giugcr Soaps. 4 pounds tor.............. 25c Baking Powder, per pound !<> Fresh Iluttor Cracker*. 5 pouuds for 25c Largo Lump Gloss Starch. 7 pounds for...?. 25? Rolled (Jam. f> pounds for....- - 25c Pain's Root Beer, 3 bottle* for. .. 25c llalf-plut llcer Mag Mustard. 3 gl&skos for... 25o lfalf-pint Catsup, 3 bottles for 25c Clothes I'in . per dozen.. lc Carpet Tacks, 8 ounces, per box. la ill Til El. WANTED. WA X T K I)-KIRH1-CI. ASS COI, LKrroH f?r commercial account. A<1Jrcm^J. K.." curt- thUoflice. Jy?H _ WA NTKD-SU M M EK 130 AH I) EK8. tjulet country For Information, ml'lresi L. L KUTlltiltLAKI), Good Intent, Washington C-omity. Pa. mi. W" A NTK D-A(?KNTS T() 8ELI< O U R uew book "ComtnuQ tietiso iu limine** Mali.-n " Solid lit flight. Send for rirculur. VOOltUKKd St HUM). 17* Monroe ?troot. < I?1 P"k'i>. HI. JV-'" STOCK HOLD E RS* MEETINGS. JgTOCK HOLDERS' M K fc! i 1 SO. A mooting of tlio stockholder* ot tlio Review nf KcvIuwn Company, ut !t<i principal orth-e. will Imj hold ut It o'clock p. m. on August US, 1?M. to lukt* nucli net Ion tbn Iticruusft or reilttetlon of the capital stock of ?ald < onii?at?v or lncrv??u nr reduction of tlio pur value of the Mmrv of It* rapltal stock us muy Ik* decided iihoii l?v ill : stockholders. \V. W. TKYON, ticcrolury. Jv-f GENERAL NOTICES. Notice?joiin loxuoy taylor xt So. 'JtV>9 Market street, Whoellng. W. V'u, iiml nil other perron* comvrnod.Mill please lake notice that J will not ho ro^pi'ii'lblo for >r pay uny hill ccituruotcd for or thut muv tccrue a* hoard or cure tor Mr*. KlleimerC rurlor from thl* ?liiie: and any por?on or perion! harboring her do font their own rl?k itud ;?petiM>, except muno U d'?uo hv un-1 subject to ny order from thh date JOHN W. J.l'TKS, jy.'l Committee ot Kllennor <- Tin lor BUSINESS CHANGE. NOTIOH 2 Tho Arm of P. Uuchtnnnn & Sons hnro this !&v ?1I?m>Ivo<1 by iiiuiiial consent, Mr. Peter iSachmouu retiring. Tho buslnos* will bo can* lwcti'il hcroaftorby II. F. Htichmaun. C. F. Huchnatin and Ii. II. Ilnehmuun, nti'lor tho stylo and lrm tiittne ?( 1*. Ilach matin's Sons. All parties knowing themselves Indebted to ho linn of P. Hachmanu .V Sons, aro requested o cnll and settle tit once. Persons hitvitiR eluluis gainst said llrmuro requested to present sarue or settlement. P. MAt'IIMANN & SONS. WltKI'UNO, W. VAm AllgUSt 1. 1HUI. nu'2 J^USINlvSS CHANGE. * lliivlns this tiny sold tliMurulturo nnd leaved :ho hotel to Messrs. Thompson Itrown. ot Hut* or. Pit. who will hereafter eonduet the New MeLure House, we desire to thint k the nubile ur tho vorv lltioml patronage onjored by us. mil iiespeiik for our sueeessnr* m cfiutiuuiiure ? ' :h?'w?mo Messrs. Thnminon ?t: Itrown are exwrimicitd hotel men and to n Inrjfo number <if ntvo'liiK men reqttl** no iuirodnetinu from us Persons knowing themselves indebted to Me* tiro Hros. will plnuse cull and Kittle mid those imvJuk claims against us will prosent Mime for iettlem?nt. MrLUKE HltOS. Wiii:ki.im;. \V. Va . July '!!. i- 'i. Jv-=l FOR RENT. 17'OK KENT?STOUE KOOM, NO. (W JL Twelfth street, and tlvo rear rooms. Inpiire at store. joi't |^0R KENT. FINK. LA HOE. NEW. IIASEMRNT BARBER SHOP, WITH BATHS, CO UN EH TENTH AND MAIN STltl'ETS. JAMES L. 1IAWLEY, aul U-'Q Mnln Street. pOK KENT. Store room In Penhoily ltulMlri j. Ollloo rooms In IVubody llullriiug. Steam lionl, elevatormid all modern con* raitlruco*. Trait* runiou/tbltt. i'i:aijoi)Y insurance co.. Jnt II'iil mid 11'JH Market Street. FOR SALE. |>0K S A LE?CENTKA L HA It It K It 1 Shop and Hutli Uoicns; best location in tho itv: cihm! ri'ii?oiis given for wauium to sell. Vddress LOUIS IMUll. llox.?M, Hellalre. o. ; JylT* w^nt* ? a r. if v. iti#mk" a v hi 1 frntiiH h<>ii u. No M North (front Mrod, Maud, uoiitulttinic eight room*, bath mom. IiuuiIry. eta Lot COxLW feet. A K""d homomid ?loilmlilo locution: live mlnuto*' walk from bridge* .r fcrrv. Addiwa WILLIAM 1). McCUY. Huln M rem. mil yfOii 8ALU. Knrni of the latotMrollne Koumnond. rotitalni:m iwtch of tliotluou farming lund In Ohio omitv. L-iyii Wtdl. well \vnt?r??d. kIiiiu*?hI tlvo iillc* north of city: reached l?v u ?o ?d nmd. 'IIcuiim' brink hoti?o ot eleven rooiui. large hurti iinl ntlie ncrentiry outbuilding. Aim uvo nr. 'hiirdn contnliiius n litrco variety of fruit. For urtlicr information cull oil or uddrom K. II \LIKVIH til DolUr Hnvltipi liiitik. or '.WIS ('hup InnMrceU niylti bALli \ FEWCHOICE LOTS AT KDMINUTOtfi Cheap on 1 on I'jujt Toruu. W. V. HOGE. ocfl Cltr Unnk building. MOO Market Stn?ot TO LOAN. Money to Loan ! ? $6,500, $ 1,000, $4,100, _ Polio flosurod by Doed of Trmt on Unlncutuliered t'lty lien I Kitnto. Inquire of Wheeling Title and Trust Co., no. mia MAiiKirr sTUKi.r. nttlC MARKED DOWN S< * ^NOTHER | M; 5 Dov 0??? | Ladies' IV! | and Cam t Underwe; | GEO. R v? We have marks (P :/on sale this morn d street entrance oui I LADIES' MUSLI J Skirts, ^ Gowns ^ Drawe ^ Chemi ^ Corset J and White Q All of which are ma \ and Cambric and in tl nor \ This Special Sale c $ ing and will continue $ ? | GEO. R. I REAL ESTATE. FOB; SALE. Ifoiiiioofxwn rooms. Kightcvatli struct. with slx-roomcd honso In the rear, lot Wx!'.i). 9S.70U. Hoiimj of three rooms. Llud street. lJelvodero, 5?:.(T.. Homo o( i> rooms, rofTstrcet. between '.I'd ntid Ski tit routs, with l-roomed house lu the rearIan.'"' lot. SJ..VM. 1 tonne of fi room*. ?3d street. SI ..">00. A Kino Improved farm of sixty uercs, throo ratios east of wlicollng. Houso of live rooms, Twontv-third street, fi ')<*). wjIouso oMlyo rooms, Cbnpline street, Centre House of thruo rooms. Market strjot. Centra WlltfolllIR, ?**>. House of ton rooms, brick, Markot street. Fifth ward. cosy tortus, House of live rooms, brick. Fourteenth Htnwt. $.? Wu. ll'iu.v <?f four rooms. Jacob struct. Sixth ward. SI.'J'k). llomo. ilvo rooms, Wood! street. East WhMlint?. ei.-nM. .Fiuofarm. i:s7ner.?. three tniloi from Mound* vlllo. with splendid improvement*. This li a butvaiii f>:io foot of land frontlut; on McGolloeli and Liml streets. Hotel of fourteen ro.?rna? doing good buslumi, splendid locution, cheap. !loti>o of wen rooms and hall, Cliaplinu street. "outre Wheeling. <I.~"A f/?t citNt 4'tul Fourteenth street. $VXX l.oti on Mud strvot. Iie'v??derc. S!7 > each. I.ois in lkdireus ?V ypeidei's nddfMou. Ilutidtnn's addition to North Hetiwood. Hoggi' It'iu. Caldwell's Knn. Pleasant Valley, Ikillovuo mi 1 other places in and near the elir. Motwv to loan on cUv real e?Hto; 3.W, 8:j), S4IW. S*W, 5*0.1. Sl.OK. Sl,?? ami J.'.OJl. NESBITT & DEVINE, Tel. fiU 1739 MarKat Stroot. "fob sale. Iloslness property In tlm heart of the city, on Slain street, at u prlcu that it will pay to pur. L'huse. t Market street bushiest house, ocrupled by good tenant; well improved, uood Income: nt a price that is ju*t one-Imif what udjacent tiroj> erty Is held nt and ;ier ?*??tit lower than some neighboring property *old for. SMITH oiCKINSGN, 1229 MARKET STREET. j^KAL KSTATB. Homos for sale cheap. Hnlnlln/ lots for sale cheap. Farms for nu!u elujup Property for -ale on easy turmi Money to loan on r?:al esM'.llAItKY J. FINK. iviottlmlio ?S7. / in ..MurKuvoircu!. STOCKS, BONDS, ETC. gTocivb rou sal is. 10 slum* of National HmU of Wont Vlrululo. 2.'ikliun* Wimvlflc r|i'mi<'rtm|Niuv. lUaliunM Wht'olltii: 1'V.fc Mornvo? <?. lo?linn* Klrt*i?ii?l Murlm* limTimuoOa lithIiiiixh InihU of tliuOtilo Vulluy. .'i>*hi?ru< l.iilV'll.- N nl Mill. J*hIiiii-**-. Lmulillti Null Mill bondi WhiM'lli'K Itiilhvuv 0<v VUMiiiroi .KtiuStui'l ir-l !r.>?? u-i I Sloul C?. It ?. lll\V|S 'ir.. Jol'J So. Tiri'lflli Sir t___ FOR- SALE. Bonds and Stocks ! MONEY LOANED 01 REAL ESTATE. Other Invostmonta. SIMPSON & HAZLETT, mr-"J No. IJI1 MurkotSt. H.E-GEO. R. TAYLOR SI ?I arked I vn Sale. | o [uslin t brie | a.YJaBB?m Time. 1 f. TAYLOR. | id down and placed ing. near our Main $ entire stock of ^ N AND CAMBRIC | rs' | se, S ; Covers Waists, | do of the best Muslin ^ ne UC5L PU551UIC man- \ ommences this morn- ? during next week. ^ 9 TAYLOR. | REAL ESTATE. FOB BENT. X Mu.V-ltL No. I'.MO McCollocli n tract i 5 W No. I7?*. Hc'Vuiilooiuli utivot ... 10 W Knur-roomui! dwelling adjoining C. A I'. Ufj'ut. fvrry t? iO SiiiiM.n, Martin's Kerry lj w lsntlijluic eornor Twenty-fourth and murfcrt i<troct\ lately used m a ciirrlaao factory It o* No. ti Sixteenth btr-i't ;iy ? No. 3W7?'lni|>llno mruot, two room*............ ft nj No. CU ipllno ?tnvt. tw.? rooms? 4 <vl bul' on and dwelling u<l|olnlnj? C. A P. depot. Martln'n Ferry 2*> CVJ No. "isi" CliBpllno utreot. three room* h 0j Want l.?u on Kll.uUuh treat. Nu. I'.'iV Mnrkot Htreut. twth ijaio* 15 ?W No. llt?4 HK'h atroot, tworoouw ... 0 0) No. ?tV.M Alloy I> .. 13 W No. ifi.'i uiupHuo street, store room aiii duel Una. No. '.'W Alloy II 7 0) No. '.s Tweuty-llfth i?tre??t 7 <W Nn. 17-1 Ko!l" street. Mecoud tio??r - 0 0) No. ^Seventeenth stroet, second Hour 7 01 No. -I'M Jiicolt atreet 13 0) No. i">l0.laeot? ntreet 13 0J .Store rooms, Main and Twenty-tint street* i<,t fcioo.siew. jx-j No. Ctinnlino street. four rooms. 10 ?X) No Mar.i utreot.. ? oi No. If. Twfiitv-ttf?h street. ? ') No. Jim Nineteenth street ...? 9 01 S*.. JV.*7 Cliai-llne ?troet, ollioo room. ........ s> uJ No -i Twentieth street.... No 1"'13 M4lu street .. * ?? No. If' Seventeenth wtroet. two room* > 01 So. 1 tt Twenty-ninth street ^ W) MiHdlug for manufacturing or wholesale tiueincM*. In rear of No. IVil Market St*- ..JO) FOR BALK Half interest In a ll^ht manufacturing busi* tioi Ileal cstato of every description. jamesaThenry. Hcul Kstnte Ajfont. Collector. Notary Public and I'fUhloii Atlorat ?. So. 10!J Market atrwi. J'j-S Rents Reduced ! No. nun McColloch street: will nrmngi> t ?r two tenants. or one. mid put In tlrita'.us* order. No. ft Thirty-seventh ?trout. .'oeouil floor, 3-. No. 1;EI Zaue street, second llor>r. jl-'. Nn.is.il lu?:t'*tn-et. one or two families. No. w: M?1 ii KtMet. two-story brio!:. N'i. .'.tit MeColloeh street. two-story frame. No. MmIii ntr?*<.t. lu modern oriel: dwell* luu. fourteen room*. No l.L'7 Mr.t'olloeii street, brick. ?UO0. No. y, i itiio street tbree r*om*. V W. No. Vl Virginia street, frame. stx room*. TbeWiiddimrtoti 1'liev. home and 23acrei. No. ('.?.!? Ma!n 4trivt. brick dwelling. \'o. j;-*.' Main street. iiri>t door. three ro.vnt No 1 _*:* Thirty-third street. brick. five rmul T??.i^i'!i'ii'li.!o'liceMoni*!n Masonichulldluj. No '.'OhHelliin ?treet. live rooms, j'.'f r)t No 1 V?. M ?r>;e! r/r.-et. otlleo room*. No. 121 Tolrty-thlrd *trei>:. tlvo rooms. N.? 'ai > MjIii ftri*'?t. twelve rooms (in I im* i influj rooms In lllbbird IIIock. i.H4 Market** No r.t! Main s".??t. second mid ?I?tr I ?l ??*? MorunHiiii?os: Anitb street, lu liuurnj Ta>* enuiclo building. 0 FOR O No. '.v.'l r??tl'Htnvt. two-storr frmuo. Own*, suuunor In the country lit I'jrlc Vlc>v. Valley, I.oath?r?ro.rl and W-odiMON I'.Y TO I.OAN. RINEHART & TATUM, ?'irv Hank lii'ii.!>iNt). Tolo|?ltoao 21ft |Je!;M Kootn No. & FOB SALE. Tli?.'l!iv?''?rh*lc four?ti?*y lutlMUi?. ( "M'.-rh* K i iijkliil !?> tli" Nrtll ?*lty Stumping CoiupnuyT'l'To N twenty thotmau'l F jimro foot of sj u.-i . well ii'l.iplml for Ilglii uianufaotur!u'r ltcnttkvs. hotel <ir wholosnlu liUJln'"" of ?.::y kind, nmi'it lwuitht tliommnj hi n'tit ou time. Thli ?< tlio Mine to buy. 1IU Mrtfiln \\\< !i:ivt? till k!ii'l?of 1'nrgiilit.f Gill aud till! 1! it. Mmiey *-) loim t'ii renl estate security. HOLF cfc ZAKTE. jy.j Koi'iiixiixm aruKKr.