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WHEELING, FEBRUARY U, 1*06.
Stato League of Republican Clubs?
Charleston, March 25.
* Stato Delegate Convention-Clarksburg,
Stat? Nominating Convention-Parkersburg,
"Dirlttr and Conquer."
The Heg1st?>r rise* to make a few
feeble and untruthful remarks about
Republican politics In West Virginia.
The article appears in the editorial col*
umns of the Register and Is a gem of its
kind. In order to show what kind of
gem it is it is herewith republished in
full. This is not the way the Register
treats an Intelligencer article. The
Register prefers to garble so that it
may misrepresent. It gives the Intelligencer
pleasure return good for evil.
. Besides we think it will do good to let
the Republicans of West Virginia sec
how mad an effort is being made to
weaken the party by bringing about
jealousies and dissensions, the only and
very Blender hope of the Democratic
politicians to enable them to make any
. approach to a respectable showing in
this state this year.
It is not necessary to reply to each of
the untruth* In the Register article, u
will be enough to knock the wind out of
a few of them. The Intelligencer ha*
made no special effort to nominate Mr.
Atkinson for governor. It has said
that he la clearly the choice of his party
for that high office. Anybody who does
not know this Is not well Informed.
Mr. Atkinson being the choice of his
party, the Intelligencer has said that he
would be nominated. Who should be
nominated if not the party's choice?
The Intelligencer has made no "effort
to turn down Mr. Dawson" or any other
Republican. As to Mr. Dawson, the
Intelligencer is not advised that he is a
candidate, although he has been spoken
of. The Register appears to champion
his cause, not because It Is fond of Mr.
Dawson, not because it* sympathy Is
excited for him as a man of merit whom
a wicked newspaper is trying to crowd
off the track, but because It has occurred
to the Democratic politicians that
this may be a way to raise a row in the
If Mr. Dawson were a candidate and
seemed to be in the lead, the Register
wohld trot out Mr. Atldnson or some
other Republican of prominence and
try the encouraging efTect of shedding
over him some of its superabundant
crooodlie tears. It is a case of anything
'- * nnmlnM nffor ho
U) IXIH IUC1?V|IUI>|I>..?| .....
shall be nominated, and. failing that, to
hold down the Republican majority as
much as possible. No X ray Is needed
to reveal the working of the Democratic
mind on this phase of the matter.
It ls_ untrue, and the Register knows
Jt to be untrue, that Mr. Dawson is "the
Elklns candidate." There Is no Elkins
candidate. 8enator Klklns is having
absolutely nothing to do with the matter.
He is as friendly to Mr. Atklnnon
as he Is to any man in the state, and he
has no better friend than Mr. Atkinson
Is; yet there has been no thought of any
effort to make use of this friendship to
? Advance the Interests of Mr. Atkinson
or of any other man who aspires to a
place on the state ticket.
* The Register's knowledge of the way
things have been done In Its own party
In West Virginia may make it Incapable
of understanding that a United States
senator can content himself without being
a dictator, hut the fact Is that the
Republican Ff?naior irum ? virKinm
has not shown any desire to be a dictator
of nominations or In any other way
to relieve his party of its free agency.
It Is not true that Senator ISlklns has
made a demand on Mr. Atkinson for
any of the patronage nt the governor's
command and is now resentfully encouraging
a movement against Mr. Atkinpon
because he would not agree to
The Register says that the cases of
Mr. ElkInn'an a candidate for the senate
and of Mr. Atkinson as a candidate
.for governor arc* "exactly parallel" so
far as the Intelligencer 1h concerned. If
so what comfort Is there In this for the
Register and Its politician prompters?
The Intelligencer said that Mr. Klklns
was the choice of the party and would
be elected United Slates senator. That
was the statement of a fact and the uttrranee
of a safe prophecy. The Intelligencer,
being well informed an to the
sentiment of the party, lins said that
Mr. Atkinson Is the choice of his party
for governor and will be nominated.
The parallel will run so fnr as to show
this to be the statement of another fact
And the utterance of another safe prophecy.
Of COUTFP inc* urKiHirr wniiiq iikc ino
Intelligencer to mlws Its iruons now, an
' It hoped wotlld'bet'no cane In the matter
of the senatomhlp; and the Ke winter
will do what It can Ui bring that about;
but republican*, though glad to please
when thnt In the right thing, will #o
ahead on tholr own lino and decline to
take counsel from the opposition.
It in charged that the administration
has held hack some Important correspondence
In the Waller case. Congress
would do well to keep on until It got*
the whole ot It. The Congress and the
people may Judge of the merits of the
In Hi* *t. Lonls Convention.
The Pittsburgh Dispatch sent out inquiries
asking of each atatc the Itepublloan
preference and the feeling towards
Senator Quay for the presidential
nomination. Tho Dispatch makes
up from the replies tho following table
to show the arst ballot:
The vote? necessary to a choice being
459. McKlnlcy lacks 124. Reed 244. It Is
too early to know how the flint ballot
will stand, but McKlnley Is likely to be
stronger on the tlrst ballot than the
Dispatch figures allow.
For example. West Virginia Is put
down as 10 for McKlnley and 2 for Reed.
Mr. Reed Is about as likely to get 6 from
West Virginia aa two. We think McKlnley
will get the solid delegation of
12. He will if the delegates represent
the constituencies back of them, and
there is no reason to doubt that they
, will. The Republicans of West Virginia
are for McKlnley and>expect to
be represented by delegates who will
give him loyal support.
The Quay strength on the first ballot
is put at 76 votes. This is but 12 more
than the vote of Mr. Quay's own state
and does not show a formidable candlI
* 1*1.. rtf iha
nacy ui me num. > ?o w>i *. >* ?. ?v
Dispatch on the returns Is much more
Interesting than Its figures. This much
In particularly good:
The canvass made strengthen* the conclusion
heretofore reached that at the
opening of the struggle It will be McKlnley
against the field. The Ohio candidate
will have a pronounced lead over any one
of his rivals on the flmt roll-call. The
question to be demonstrated la whether
, this vote will be the limit of his strength,
and whether It can be held through subsequent
ballots. The tactics of tho opposition
will be rather to tire McKlnley's supporters
out than to endeavor to concenI
trute upon anyone else early In the proceedings.
a movement which would be
fraught wUh considerable danger.
i "The tactics of the opposition" may
' be understood to mean Senator Quay's
tactlce, the Dispatch being Senator
j Quay's organ. McKlnley's supporters
are to be "tired out" before any attempt
Is made to oomblne the field against the
I Ohio man. But by this time some
"favorite sons" will have gone to rest,
and the votes back of them will be drift I
ing. by the attraction of gravitation, to
the man at the head of the poll.
This prediction is the more reasona|
ble because a large part of the Quay
strength and of the Morton strength
will be held away from McKlnley at the
| start only by the "favorite son" device.
McKlnley Is strong In New York
and Pennsylvania. The only way to
| keep delegates away from him in thoso
states was for Mr. Piatt to put Governor
Morton In the field and for Mr.
I Quay to pet In the field himself.
I Speaking of tiring out McKInley's
supporters and combining the opposition.
why is this effort to be made?
Isn't McKlnley a good man and a repj
resentative Republican? Nobodydoubts
! that if nominated he will ma\e a good
j What is to be Rained to the party or
I the country by a successful combination
against him? The reasons must
bo of a character that will never be svfbI
mittcd to a Republican national convention.
There Is no sense in trying to
defea%& Rood and deserving man merely
because he Is strong.
The men who will try the tiring out
and combining process have tried the
same before and failed. They are not
more powerful now than they were
I then. The more their intention is un!
derstood the Ipss probability there will
be of their success. A national convention
in St. I?uls is a very different
i thing from a state convention In Al
bany or Harrlsburg. It In too big to be
| carried In anybody's pocket.
The Intelligencer wishes the Demoj
cratlc state committee n pleasant meeting
to-day at Parkersburg. There Isn't
much fun ahead for our friends on that
side and they may as well make the
most of life before the firing begins.
The harmony and solidity of the Republican
party In West Virginia have
aroused the green-eyed monster In the
pale-faced braves on the other side.
They will be paler before the next round
The explanation of Mr. Corbett's
talkativeness Is that he Is a great actor
who must have his advertising. Otherwlse
how could he ever succeed In his
noble effort to elevate the stage?
Mr. Cleveland finds time to pursue
the unoffending duek now and then, but
he Is too busy to write that letter. He
contents himself with letting Friend
Benedict's mouth work.
Women In droves, old women and
| young women, have gone to the Jail to
see the alleged murderers of Pearl
. Bryan. What sort of minds can these
Presently "favorite sons"who have no
I backing to speak of outside of their own
| slate will be looking more or less ridiculous.
This would be unfortunate for
Nay, nay, Mr. Register. You are not
[ smart enough to fool Republicans. You
don't even fool any considerable number
of your faithful.
The present French republic has lasted
longer than any other government
, France has had In a hundred years. The
[ republic will not be overturned now.
(Jeneral Uooth should come over and
I meet the Salvation Army. It might
I shake aome of the egotism out of him.
t'ntlliiR !>??*? n Tall ItulMliiu ,
From "About the World," In March
Scrlbner's: Chicago, the nursery of
giant buildings, now ban an ordinance
restricting the height of future edlflcen
to 130 feet, and the city fire deportment
hah been put through Its puces this winter
to nee what would hnppcti If It were
necensary to fight ilame? on top of the
loftiest nky-ncrapoin with the present
engine power. The mlmln of Chlcngontm
were relieved by the performance of
an engine which achlevod the niimnilt
of the Munonlc Temple?the tallest
building In the world?a feat which
means that the water wan pumped
through a ntnnd-plpe .12.1 feet high. St.
Louis has also taken alarm; she proposes
to restrict the height of her bujldIngft
to 1SR feet. Of course the fire danger
In not the only argument for moderate
dimensions. "The blenned nun
hlmnHf" In excluded from the already
too dismal streets when they wander
at the bottom of such Iron canons as
we are rapidly building. But the fire- 1
reason Is a serious one, and comes
home to us with the more force when
we are reminded by the people who
manipulate figures that New Yorlc, for
instance, suffers from three times as (
many fires in a year as the Parisians
can boast, although the French capital
has a third more population. With an J
additional cost of only 10 per cent to t
fumlHh the moat effective ure-proor
qualities known to builders. it seems
strange that large, (llmsy and unprotected
buildings should still be con- 1
Btroeted?there being no longer that In- j
centive in the early dnya of roast pig
and the period recorded by Ella. 1
A DEMOCRATIC EFFORT
To Ort Keiinbllrmii to CJo to Hitlr-Pnll- |
ing?Wot Klc* About the Pucti. ]
Wheeling Register: The esteemed
Intelligencer has hoisted the Atkinson j
banner high up on the Republican llagpole
and defies any other Republican j
to dare dispute the gubernatorial nom- |
inatlon with the good and pious George
W. This is not the flrst time the effort
had been made to boss the Republican 1
party In West Virginia from the editor- !
lal oock-loft on Fourteenth street,
Wheeling. The name method was pur? 1
sued by our esteemed contemporary
during Mr. Klklns's senatorial candl- I
fiacy, when the letters of Republicans I
who adocated the claims of General 1
Goff, or of any other candidate than i
Mr. Rlklns were denied publication in
the columns of the Intelligencer. I
The cose Is exactly parallel. Our j
neighbor replies to an intimation from |
a pretty reliable source to the effect j
that all will not be smooth sailing for ,
the Atkinson boom, by hoisting Its fnmlllar
no-other-need-apply flag and declaring
In substance that while there (
may be Republicans In West Virginia 1
who favor other candidates besides Mr.
Atkinson, they *on't count and would 1
better get out of the way before they 1
are run over by the Atkinson band
wa#con wiui xne wneeiuiK iiiivuijsciii.-trr
on the drier's seat
We can scarcely understand this position
of the Fourteenth ?tr<?et organ
and its flat desertion of the Elklns candidate.
Hon. William M. O. Dawson,
who stands a trifle higher In the g. o. p.
In West Virginia than does even the
truly good Wesley Atkinson. In addition
to having the backing of Mr. Elklns'
mighty barrel, and the power of
the chairmanship of the Republican
state executive committee. It strikes
us that the esteemed Intelligencer ha.s
undertaken no small Job In Its effort
to turn down Mr. Dawson together with
everybody else In the Republican party
who may have the temerity to dispute
the nomination, with Mr. Atkinson.
But the fun is yet to come. The
Wheeling Intelligencer may Ignore the
candidacy of any other Republican, but
that doesn't keep the other Republicans.
particularly Mr. Dawson, out of
the field, though It may bar them from
notice In the organ. At last acounts
Mr. Dawson was still in the rlnc and
not a bit disfigured. having positively
refused to be knocked down with the
Atkinson club. His candidacy Is the
outcome of the Atkinson contingent
wanting to hog all the persimmons.
Mr. Elklns at the outset made a proposition
that if Atkinson should bo given
the nomination for governor the secretary
of state plum should go to Mr.
Dawson. This was refused. Hence
Dawson's candldncy for the governorship
itself, in opposition to Mr. Atkinson.
And Mr. Dawson Is probably a
trllle stronger with the men who will
fix up the Republican slate than Is the
good nnd lovely George 'Wesley?even
though his candidacy Is barred from
recognition In the columns of the clil?f
Republican organ in the state? Developments
promise to be Interesting.
Koine Hlg Flciirra from flic World'* Fair.
13. Benj. Andrews, in thf> March Scrlbner's:
The number of pnld admissions
to th? Columbian Fair was 21.477.21S. a
dally average of 119.9S41&. The gross at?
?? eoa JMI \,x>
irmiHiiuv wn? ?i,ui},iv?, .v
nearly a million the number at the "
Paris Exposition for the six month* I
ending with October, though rather I
over half a million less than the total
attendance at Paris, where the gates
v.ere open a considerably longer time ?
than at Chicago. The monthly average c
of visitors Increased steadily from
about 1,000,000 in May to nearly 7,000,000
In October. It Is estimated that in all
12,000.000 different Individuals saw the
fair. Notwithstanding the presence of
such multitudes, the grounds were always
clean and there wan no ruffianism
?two creditable feature* which English
visitors remarked. The most Interesting
sight was the slght-neers. It was
a typical American crowd.
THE OIBL NEXT DOOR.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
BY KI> L. SAB IN.
Whirling away to the elty,
When the nun in tinging the eraj
When the bed iteetn* moat Inviting,
J nut at the break of day;
Hound for the rush of bunlne<?*,
*?'! tro(ln*? Inciimanl rmir?
Twelve hour* ere I shall *eo her,
The girl .who live* next door.
What do I care for lucre? '
All money In hut dross.
What avails train tn business, <
Compared with my other loss?
Six days out of seven without her:
All week-days I abhor; j
And only on Sunday I'm happy. ,
With tn?? Kir) who lives next door. 1
Of course I can see her evenings,
Out only u few hours then.
And It Iwn't like the daytime. ?
For there often ure oth^r men.
Surely she doesn't enjoy them, 1
I think they are (Til a hnre- r
I know they can't help but love her, n
That girl who lives next door. ;
When I leave In the early morning !,
I fancy she Is asMep. ,
But once i thought I saw her ;
From behind the curtain peep:
She may have been thluklnc of me, s
And lumade my heart le** i>ore.
For every moment I'm thinking
Of the ?rlrl who lives next door.
From tnornlwr lo evening'* an eon; i
My work 1 fairly hate; c
Six 1* no long in romlnK. .
And my train Is always late. *
Sometime 1 shall stay In the suburb*,
To return to the city no more?
Unless I come In n* an e*cort
To the Rlrl who live* next door.
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Mr?. Ann4* Ktcfole, 2625 CoMn?e Grove
Avemie, nhlonjto, waa nil run down,
could rr>t ont nor dltfeat food, had u
Imckaoho uhlfOi never left hor nnd felt
tired nnd wi'ary, but ?)x bottle of
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m THE ACTIVEiPRinciplS
WOMEN OF NOTE,
Situ of Iiifornmllon Clipped from the Exchaugra,
A young woman Jeweler In Edgerton,
Win., In partnornhlp with hor father, Is
winning her way to distinction in lior
Miss Frances Tower Cobbe, who has
lust celebrated her seventy-third birthlay,
was the first woman to do regular
Dttlce work on the edltorinl staff of a
Minn Jennie Young, of Scotland, has
been in Mexico for ?ome time arranging
for the purchase of land for a large
Scotch colony, which she intends soon
to bring over.
The only American woman whose
name has been placed among the hundreds
engraved on the external memorial
tablets of the now Boston public
library Is Maria Mitchell.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Ethel R<?ed, of Newport. Mass., to
Philip Hale, Hon of Rev. Everett Hale.
Miss Reed Is the only woman poster
irtist In the country and Dr. Hale's son
s also an artist.
The governor of Kentucky hns appointed
Dr. Catherine Houser a phypl'lim
in tho Htate insane asylum at Hop
Klnsvlile, in answer to a petition signed
uy a largo number of men and women.
Miss Caroline B. Hendricks, a niece of
the late Thoman A. Hendricks, has Just
teen admitted to practice before the supreme
court of India no. She is the only
yoinan ever honored In that manner.
Miss Bessie Marsh, of Pasadena, Cal., ,
ias studied the French method of mak- 1
ng candled flowers and has a market
'or all she can. make at $2 fiO a pound.
She herself rnlseg large quantities of
rlolets for the purpose.
Miss Stella Strait, Is registrar of
leeds In Bourbon county, Kansas. She
s twenty-six years old and for eight
/ears has been deputy registrar. Her
talary Is $2,000 por year, and on It she
lupports her mother and sisters.
Miss Etna Guy has been elected state
Ibrarlan of Kentucky. Her election
vas one of the sensational tests of the
>ollt!cal fight In the Joint session of the
Kentucky legislature and showed the
A full-blooded Pawnee woman, who
las graduated from the Pennsylvania
formal School and gone west to labor
imong her people, has chosen for her
sivllixed name that of Cfcarlotte Drone's
heroine, Jane Eyre.
American women will be gratified to
earn that an experienced Parisian
saleswoman considers that, after the
vomen of Madrid. Peru and Chill, they :
lave the smallest feet of any nation In
:he world. The best shaped feet In
Northern Europe are In Sweden.
Susan B. Anthony says that It Is all
Ight for a woman to pop the question
o a man she loves, whether It Is leap
rear or not. Now that woman has be?me
a breadwinner, she is no longer In
t position to wait for proposals. She
.??? ?ui/? i-ntv. ,,t ami h??r him- I
>and, too. if necessary.
Mrs. Josephine Shaw Lowell, the
>hllanthroplst. hss been a widow since
lcr husband. Charles Lowell, was killed
n a battle near the close of the war.
She keeps his sword hanging always
ipon her bedroom wall and Is still pasilonately
devoted to his memory. ye
vrs a nephew of James Russell Lowell.
The first original composition printed
n America was brought out by a
voman, Mrs. Anne Brodatreet. wife of
Simon Bradstreot. governor of Massachusetts,
and daughter of the cole)rated
Thomas Dudley. She published
i volume of poems in 1640. one year afor
the first printing prefs was set up at
It Is rather amusing, but just a little
.'exlng, to learn that th?? director of
<e?v Gardens In engaging two young
adles from the Swanley Horticultural
College as gardeners, had to engage
hem as "boyV and that this involved
.he wearing of trousers?a condition
vlth which, it i* said, the girls cheer'uUy
complied. U is further said thai,
ilthough the wages are only ten shill- ,
ngs a week, many other girls have ap?lied
to be taken on.
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attract trado, and 4o think it wilL
Sew Cal Prunes (larRe). 5 lb* for...... 25c
Sew Cal. Krnp. Poacbcs (tancjr). 3 Dm. for. 26c
Now l?rte?, 4 Ibt lor ? 25c
Now Cleaned Currant*. 4.lilb*. for ~ 25a
New HuUitis (Urge).lb*. lor 25c
Fresh Corn Meal, lo lbs. for- ... 25c
Frc*b IIomin>*. 1"? lbs. for. .. 25c
Fresh Rolled Oats. 10lb?. for. .~.25c
Fresh Oat Me?l, 10 ibi for- 25c
Fresh Butter Crackers 5 lbs. for.....~. .... 25c
Frwh Oinxer Pimp*. 5 lbs. for ... ~. 25c
New French Kidney F>cris Slbs. for.......... 25c
Ctiofce Tublu Po*che?. per cau - 10c
Standard Tomatoes. 4 cans f?r ?.... 25c
Fane? com pat* per rao tsc
L'hoico dtaudard Corn, per can 53
Star Gand.es. S (o (be pound, per lb 0c
Carpec Tncki. per box 1c
Atlantic Tea Co.
Wo Load* Let Those Who Cnn Follow.
NEW SPRING STYLES!
Embracim: nil the latest designs
in Wall nnj Ceiling Decorations.
NOIV IUl.U)Y FORINSPECTION
JOHN F81EDEL & CO,
me main street.
W H F EE.
In all A I ^!> CAS
Kinds of bU A I COKE...
at lowest prices.
(ILL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
rKi.wiuisi: .114. jna
asxoi'm i:? ni*?n.r ah a caNDU?at* for
Clcrli c#f llic Circuit Court of Ohio Co.
Subject to Hc;>nbl'cati I'rlmnry Klcctloit
?? ""tl l< mtllwllc'li f"'*!
\|r A.VTKIV-MEN AND WOMEN TO |
n work lit It onus I |>ny *s to |lti per !
tvcok fri making Crayon rurtraU*; new
I>111?>iit?*?i method; aioone who can rend i
it ml wrtto rati do th?* work At homo, in t
?i?an> iltno, day or owning; Bond for partluillai*
and begin work nt ottco. Ail.Irons
II. A. Herman ArtWt, Tyrono. Pa. |
ANTED-aOOD GIRL pif)if of?.*
EKAL hounework. . *
quired. Inquire at 'Ato Market htr? .-i
TpoR BENT ROOM
JO utrept from April I. Now on uiV.Yi V
Bpeycr Hroa. W. D. JOHNSON, <
M~ ?NRY TO LOAN-CASH A;.^Ayon
hand In hijtum lo suit, in,iu mini
upwnrdn, on r?al nutate; also on furm? .V
etc., without removal; eujr payrm r.?M v
charm* unle?* loan I* made f'onfldrnM.?
fefr-tnth&ga JULIAN, p.,,* "
SPECULATED-SMALL AM01 NTS iv"
VESTED In wheat an.l st? ; .IV
wll pay Hure profit*. Send for ir,.,. |
and market review, explaining i,0?
make money. Bank reference furni?K.^
V. R. OLIVER A CO.. Brok^ri.. Fhffi
Stock Exchange, Chicago, and ? 8i55
way. New York. ,;J5*
J^BNT BEGINS rKimrAitv ;1.
We are ready, with on* of th?- i*rmM
linen of SMOKED KIBH. MAPKFPt?
HERRING CODFISH. HALIBUT.li\k
DIES, and the largest col|?r?|r.n
CANNED SALMON, fiAltniXKS .l "
ALBERT HTOJ//.K A- Cn
FRESH SARATOGA CHIl'S ft;,
A/fOISii'H BUSINESS A(JAUKMY~""
1U MAIN ASP KIKTKKSTH
A PRACTICAL IIUMNKi* IKAIMXr,
fil'ROOL FOIC YOUNG MKN.
Fitting them /or usefulness In *nr hrtnrh
bo*in?**or any collating room. For <!rri'?.
and reference* address I. n MOM
deft Whf .im; \r y,
Galvanized Iron Wash Tubi. will dm
rn?t, no hoops to fait offer statei ?
fall to pieces when dry.
(JfcO. W. JOHN SON'S SON'S,
tc23 1210 Main htro*',
TO REDUCE STOCK. "
Raisins, arsssa sr? i2C
Cleaned Currants in onc-p?.uri?i epackages,
C. V. HARDING fit CO.
fe.'J 1306 .Market f.rvtl
h ANCHOVIES. T
2 SPICED HERRING ?
X RUSSIAN SARDINES. J
0 AT H. F. BEHRBNS', Z
IL f?l 2217 MAKKET STREET. i ^
Richnn'c RirH SppHk
^ -,,u ?
KKT> HI rum.
MOCKING It I MM.
MARKET AND TWELFTH ?TRE*E?
Good S-roomed house, 5 acres o( grounfl,
largely planted In *mall fruits, all under
hlRli Htate of cultivation, at Windsor, oc
Pan Handle. 10 miles north of this cltr.
6ood road and 4 trains dally. At a big
(SMITH & DICKINSON.
1219 MARKET STREET
In artistic designs and clors,
at various prices from i cu .
Special rates to minister
And every other day is serene
with the coolc where
EXCELSIOR BAKING POWDER
(s used. Ask your dealer for
List's "Excelsior" if you want
a pure, reliable article.
Of a house and lot on the west sld* of
Chapline street, below Twenty-third
street. Wheeling, W. Vn.
Dy virtue of u decree of the circuit '
court of Ohio county, W. Va., made In the
Philip G. 8cheehle et als.
Clarence W. Scheehle
on the Sth day of April. WN>, I will on
THURSDAY, THE 2STH DAY OF
MARCH. 1SS6. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M .
at the front door of the court how ?
Ohio county. W. Va.. offer for sale at public
auction the north half of lot No. 151
situate on the west side of Chapline street.
Wheeling, W. Va.. between Twenty-third
and Twenty-fourth streets. lately the reeldence
of phlllp 8cheeh!e. deceased. The
house number of said property Mne >'o.
2325 Chapline street. Wheeling, W. \ a.
TERMS OF SALE- One-third cash. and
the Uilance of the purchase money in one
and two years with Interest, the purchaser
giving for the deferred installment" of
purchase money his notes with good *ecurlty,
bearing Interest from date, and the
title to be retained until the purchase
money In all paid; but the purchaser, If he
so elect, may pay the whole purchase
LOuis I,. 8CHEBHLE.
I, John W. Mitchell, clerk of the circuit
court of Ohio county, do certify that bond
ami security hnvt? dp on Riven by th? paw
commissioner, an required by law.
filS-tu JOHN* W. MITCHfcLU Clerk.
OTres Exchange Bank Ilulldlnp. furnlPfled
or i:n furnished. Most modern In
the city nt modern to rents.
Hetnll business house 1108 Muln street.
Store room nnd dwellnK 2l<*? Mnln street,
three- otory building. Rent *25 nor month
Store room and dwelling 2111 Mnln streor.
4 r;?od ihvi llinir rooms. Store room ]$xl?A
Iteiit $IS per month.
s rooms second lloor 1225 Msln St.. J?1Modern
ivroomed dwelling So. K Six*
S-rornted house, with nores of cround.
on XHtlor.nl Koad, n few minutes from th?
city, ut n motor station.
7-roomod brick houfe, with bnth. laundry,
Inside closet, nnd stable In rear. 3
South Tenii street.
c-rooonvd brick hou*e. with nil convenience,
mo Sixteenth street.
Modern C-roomed house, bath, attic. Inside
closet, etc.. f.l South Front street,
fi-roomed brick house PI'S Market street,
fr-roomed brick house it? South Wabash
street, $? net- month; now empty.
f>-roomod brick house nt Wood street
for JS p?>r month.
I ronton second tloor 185 Zntm street for
J7 per month: row empty.
!t room* f.W National Kond $0 per month;
3 rooms W, Mnrket St.; now empty.
Money to I.oan on Heal Estate S?vurlty,
on yearly or monthly payments.
SM I.TH& DICKINSON,
At Your Own Price and Terms!
W'r will noli you n lot on woolly or
monthly imymrnt* nnrt lonn you money
to luilltl ii house with. W'o'lmv* hulldlnif
lots in nil nnrts of the city nml suburbs.
Onll on us uoforo buying elsewhere.
ROLF cto JSAlNrEJ.
fvl'l .Tt) Fou rI
The Weekly Intelligencer
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