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Hancock County Conferees Are
Solidly for Mr. Robertson.
Wlthovt OppMltion , Prebebly?Beeole(torn
PaiMd bjr U?iMek*i lUprNetiU.
Utm kaki Ik* Matter <Xrtain-Ohto
Conntjr Republican Clab'a "Kick Congnw"
To-ai|hMHlur Sews in the
Political Anna.
There bu been a degree of uncertainty
relative to the position of the
Hancock county senatorial conferees in
the matter of the choice of that county
! In Its candidate for the: nomination for
state senator In the Flrsfcsenatorlal dis>'
trlct, which Includes Hancock. Brooke
and Ohio counties. Now, however,
whatever uncertainty there was has
been dispelled. The ten senatorial conferees
recently chosen by Hancock
county Republicans were said to be divided
between Prosecuting? Attorney
A. W. Robertson and Mr. Prank M.
Smith, the latter, at present Hancock's
representative In the house of delegates.
The following resolution recently
passed by the conferees shows
that they are unanimously for Mr.
Robertson for the nomination. As the
nomination is due to go to Hancock this
year .It is reasonably certain that he is
the man who will be put up by* the
conferees of the entire district. The
Whereas, in accordance with a custom
which has prevailed for some years in the
> First senatorial district, Hahcock county
is entitled to the nominee for state senator;
Resolved. That we. the senatorial conferees
of Hancock county, unanimously
present the name of A. TV. Robertson as
ogr choice for state senator from thecounty
which we have the honor u> represent.
All the chances favor the Republican
senatorial candidate. In 1R82 Mr. H. C.
Hervey. of Brookp, was defeated by
Senator Tarr, of Brooke, by a small
plurality, but In 1R94, Senator Whitaker
carried the district for the Republicans
by a rousing majority. With Ohio
County In the Republican column as
aa It l? nrttv rnnrpdffi til be.
the district is reliably Republican.
.The Pint Session It to be Held thU Evening-The
This evening the first session of the
Ohio County Republican Club's "Mock
Congress," the new feature of the club,
will be held. It Is desired that there
shall be a large attendance, especially
of the members of the Congress, the
roll of which Is as follows:
Bently Jones, William Mueggo>
C.-B. Hart. C. E. Morris,
Robert Anderson, J. H. Beymer,
Theodore Koenlg. W. W. Rogers,
W. P. McKelvey,. H. C. Richard*.
. B. F. Caldwell, George B. Caldwell,
8/G. Smith. George Hodges.
G. W. Robinson, James P. Maxwell,
ChaB. Danncnberg, John Shellhase,
Dr. D. B. Best, Prof. Jon?>s.
Dr. W. P. Megrail, Carl Hamilton,
Josph Freeze, 8am Sloan.
Franklin C.Holmes, Thotnas O'Brien,
- D. W. Baird, D. W. Martin.
Fred Bourne. W. J. W. Cowden,
W. D. Robertson, J. W. Kindelherger,
Geo. W. Atklnaon, G. L. Cranmer.
Dr. W. C. EUler, Thomas Davison.
Capt. Otto, Jnm?*j* K. Hull,
Wtn. MeCormick, C. R. Tracy,
Frank W. Nesbltt, 8. O. Boyce,
W. M. Clemens, Ben Hxley.
8. Kraft, Capt. Travis,
Dr. E. L. Warren. J. A. Dunning,
Dr. John L. Dickey, Clarence Wilson.
Mr. Alex R. Campbell will preside ns
speaker of the house with all the dignity
that he can command and will
maintain order if it takes fifty sargeanta-at-arms
to do the work. The
club particularly requests the presence
of the lady friends of the club, who
attended the mock legislature meetings
o numerously last year.
Connty Committee Corrects Pew Errors
of Last Saturday's Vote.
The Republican county committee met
last evening and canvassed the returns
or Uie laie pnmanra, lne uniy luaici mi
change that resulted from the canvass
was the decision of the committee
awarding the nomination for one of the
Justices of the peace In Trladelphla district
to W. C. Smith. Instead of M. P.
Smith, who appeared to be elected on
the face -of the returns. The mistake
occurred in misprinting the initials of
W. C. Smith, they appearing on the ballot
as "N. C." Thirty-four voters who
knew that theee were not his initials
scratched them out and wrote "W. C."
The committee decided that the intentions
of the voters were too plain to be
disregarded, and they accordingly
counted them, which gave W. C. Smith
170 votes. M. F. Smith, his opponent,
received 162 votes. The two cnndldates
for Justice of the peace for Trladelphla
district therefore are W. C. Smith and
J.'C. Maxwell.
With the returns from Potomac in the
West Liberty district delegation to the
'state convention Is as follows: Abraham
McColloch. BIsa Foreman. W. B. Gibson.
N. E. Myers and W. H. C. Curtis.
A correction was mad* In the total
vote cast on the Island for Alfred Reymer
for constable. The mistake was In
receiving the returns by telephone, the
figures being put down 31. The corrected
returns show that Mr. Beymer
received 231 votes. The correction,
however, doe* not change the result.
A few other Immaterial changes were
made correcting mistaken Is addition.
but the general result as announce*! wm
8 no way affected. There were no proste
made to the committee, and the
best of feeling prevails..
Attractions, Pail nml Prrsent, at (hi
Theatre# ami Other Hriorti.
Wheeling Is to have a season of comic
opera and the lovers of that class of
amusement will hall the announcement
with delight. Manager Felnler ha* arranged
with the Gonzales opera company
to appear at the Gra nd opera house
for two weeks, commencing next Monday
night. A different opera will he
given each evening. Since Its last appearance
here the company hns been enlarged
and strengthened until It now
stands without an equal In the popular
price class. The prices for th<* engagement
have been fixed at 10. 20 and 30
cents, with no extra charge for reserved
seats, which will be placed on sale at the
box office to-day. The company 1?
headed by the clever Ltxsle GonxaJex
and she Is supported by a company of
carefully selected operatic star*, Including
Donnelly. Webb, Pullman. Mattle
Reeves and other* equally prominent.
It Is the first time comic opera has ever
been attempted In Wheeling for a run of
two week* ind Manager Felnler is to be
eommmended for hlu pluck and enter
prls*. Th** uitual mntlno^H will bo f?1v?n
rturlnfc th?? enKHKemcnt
In upeaklnff of thr? attraction which
nome* to the Ornml th" last thr*o night*
of this wrrk. th?* New York Hun *ay?:
The Grand was parked limt evening with
iin enthustaittc audlenco, people being
turned away. Th?? piny w?p Tony Karrell's
presentation ??f Murphy O'Bhea'n
oomedv drama, "Garry Owen." The
Oarry Owen of Tony Farrell Is an artlstlc
piece of work, suggestive of Captain
Lettnfclalr as portrayed by E. H.
Southern. He ha* surrounded himself
with a gond company, almost every
member hclnff a vocalist of morf than
ordinary iiimIL Garry Owen Is a ?004
looking, graceful young man. who
would galvanise Into snme semblance of
life, almost any kind of a young Irishman.
Matters of Minor Momeat Is mad Abrat
the City.
The Grand this evening?"Garry
Bids for county road work close with
Clerk Moffat to-day.
The Beabout Club will give their next
dance Friday evening.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to Joseph Arrabruster. aged 28, and
Loretta McFarland, aged 20, all of
Black Prince Lodge K. of P.. will dedicate
the new Ppthlan temple on the
South Side, this evening. A banquet
will follow regular lodge work.
Officer McCausland late last night
found a brown pony astray. The owner
can recover the animal at Caasell's
stable by proving property and paying
No court was held yesterday on Judge
Campbell's side of the circuit court, on
account of his being at Parkersburg at
the, bedside of Hon. John A. Hutchinson.
Work on the pipe line of the Wheeling
Natural Gas Company, between Cameron
and Benivood is progressing rapidly.
For a time the work was retarded
by the muddy roads.
The wedding of William Haldeman, a
popular merchant of Benwood, to Miss
Schad, daughter of Mr. August Schad,
took place In th?? German Lutheran
church of Benwood last evening.
Kirk Knight was arrested by Officer
Dudley, in the Eighth ward yesterday,
for disorderly conduct. He fought the
officer pretty hard, and there will be an
additional chargo *f resistance.
Ntrangcrt In the City ami Wheeling
I Folk* Abroad.
I * .? ? "" aii ia vlalMnc friends
m in. vicui bc vmtuii ?
at Quaker City. O.
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Crawford are
-visiting their niece, Mrs. Henry Beuter,
of North Market street.
Rev. Samuel Armbuthnot, pastor of
the Oakland. Md., M. E. church, la In the
olty, the gueat of relatives.
Mrs. J. S. Finnell and daughter, Miss
Nellie, of St Clalrsvllle, are the guests
of Justice and Mrs. George Arkle.
J. H. Garrison, of Wheeling, a representative
of the ReymannBreWlngCompany,
is in the city to-dny, a guest of
Matt Zeivers,?Steubenville Herald.
Among the guests at the McLure are
C. H. Potter, New York; T. W. Galleher,
Pittsburgh: F. B. Phillips, Milwaukee;
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Burke, New York.
Among those who registered at the
Stamra yesterday were W. H. Aspln,
Slstersville; J. H. Gregg, .West Union,
W. Va.; John S. Hamilton, Fairmont;
William P. Burt, Mapnlngton.
C. H. Prltchard, Mannlngton; James
McCoach, Slstersvillc; W. H. McCoy,
Taylorstown; J. M. llllom, Slstersville;
C. T. Newlon. Washington. Pa., were
Howell House guests yesterday.
Prominent arrivals at the Windsor
yesterday were T. J. Lock wood, Pittsburgh;
E. W. 8mith, Boston; C. R.
Dene!, Slstersville; W. J. Alexander,
Mannlngton; F. A. Orr, Salem, W. Va.
Judge T. P. Jacobs, of New Martinsville,
and Hon. George C. Stiyglss, of
Morgantown, lay delegates to the SI. E.
general conference which meets In
Cleveland, were In the city iasi evening
on their way to that city.
Rev. A. Mick, of Buckhannon; Rev. J.
H. Hess, presiding: elder of the* Buckhannon
district: Rev. D. L. Ash. presiding
elder of the Morgan town district,
and Rev. D. S. Hammond, of Huntington,
the ministerial delegates to the general
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
church, whlcl) convenes In Cleveland
on Friday, arrived In the dty yesterday,
and will leave to-day for Cleveland.
CharTeston...RUTH. 6:30 a. m.
Pittsburgh...BEN HUR. 8a. m.
Newport EVAN8VILLE, 11 a. m.
Clarinaton ...JEWEL, 3:30 p. m.
Pittsburgh...LORENA, 1 a. m.
Pittsburgh... H. K. BEDFORD, 6 a. m.
Cincinnati....HUDSON. 8 a. m.
Pirkersburx.LIBERTY. 11 a. m.
Matamoras..LEXINGTON. 11 a. ax.
Clarington... JEWEL. 2:10 p. m.
VTOniWIA 7 a m
Pnrkersburg.BEN HUR. 11 a. m.
Newport EVAN8VILLE. 11 a. m.
Ciarington.... JEWEL, 3:80 p. m.
Along the Landing.
The marks at 6 p. m. showed 8 feet 1
Inch and stationary. Weather, cloudy
and warm.
The Kvansville got away on time yesterday.
with a good trip. The other local
packet. Jewel. Is doing well, too.
The Pennsylvania Sand Company's
sand boat. Cascade. Is operating over
In the back river below the Bridgeport
The Belle Prince Is receiving repairs
at the public landing. Sh?* will tow a
big lot of railroad ties to Pittsburgh on
Clerk George H. Urpman, of the Jewel,
wears a happy rnnlle these days.
Th?>re has been an additional young Republican
brought Into the fold down In
dnrkest Monroe.
This morning's Cincinnati packet Is
the Hudson, leaving the public landing
at 8 a. m. The Hudson loft Pittsburgh
yesterday at 4 p. m. with a fine st&rt,
including many passengers.
Thn Cincinnati nack#?ts will carry
many upper river people to Clnelnnntl
to take |n the Cincinnati May Music
Festival, next month. The Virginia already
has all the enticements she can
Hirer Telegram*.
OIL CITY?River 2 feet 10 Inches and
WARREN?Rlvor 1 foot 8 Inches.
Clear and warm.
GREENSBORO?River 7 feet 10 Inches
and falling. Fair and warm.
MORGANTOWN?River 7 feet 9 Inches
and falling Hlowly. Cloudy.
PITTSBURGH?River fU feet and
stationary at the dam. Weather, clear
and warm.
l'ARKEHSBITRG?River 8 feet 10
Inches nnd falling. Houdy and warmer.
Up?Liberty. Valley Belle. H. K.
Hedford. ITn with emntles?Ark. Down
?Ruth. Little Knnnwhn falling.
Inchon and falling. Clour and warm.
Down?Ruth, Hudson. Up?Ben Hur.
RRVNAKN tlwwlinj t'o.'? Hock Jtrrr on
drnfi Krfilay ami Matiirrfay, tlir Inaf tlmr
tlili waMii.
A net Ion Hair.
Dlnmond*. Watch**, J*wolry, Rllvor
war*, Cut Glass, &c. Halo ovory aftornoon
and evening. To close out tho stock
w?! mean to sell nt your price.
1317 Market street.
HRVNAK.I'S lint K an draft ?*rrywlw*
Friday anil Nnttirrfay. Tlir HrM
h?r. Mar* lo ulraar you. ifo not fall to
fry It.
To thi Lternia Ordinance to b? Xlronght
Up la Coanctl Again.
A very Important amendment to the
license ordinance was killed in tho
First branch o! council at its meeting
Tuesday night, either through misapprehension
or lack of appreciation of
Its worthiness It was the amendment
ofTered to the * annual license
ordinance by Mr. Alex Campbell
in the second branch, "that
all clubs handling donated beer
or liquors be compelled to take out a
coffee house license." This passed the
Second branch by a vote of 12 to 9. In
the Flmt branch Its passage was blocked
by Mr. Peter Farrell objecting to It
on the ground that It required a majority
of two-thirds, which the friends
of the measure claim Is not correct.
People who have seen the evils growing
out of ?ie various clubs where free
drinks are dispensed, to say nothing of
the Injustice It works to regular saloonkeepers
who pay a big license, will
wonder that such a /air and commendable
measure should fall In passing.
The friends of the measure, however,
are not dlsheaitened, but will pass the
amendment to a passage at the next
meeting of council.
The Properly In Fine Condition?M?uy
Horses Training There.
The state fair grounds are In elegant
condition now, the trees are out,
and the grass Is up and the track was
never In better shape for driving or
training. In the evenings many teams
owned in the city are driven over the
rare course.
Hoge and Estep, of Clalrsvllle,
have stables of runners on the ground
In training, among the horses being the
famous Pilgrim and Irish H. Resides
these stables there are ten trotters
and pacers on the premises being
put through their . work
dally in preparations for the approaching
racing seoron.
Last night the spued committee of the
association, consisting of Messrs. G. Ed.
Mendel, A. M. Hamilton, P. O. Reyinann
and assistant superintendent
Robert Anderson, held a meeting and
roughly blocked nut the speed events
for the fair n^xt fall. 'The.v will go to
Pittsburgh Friday to meet with the
managers of the Allegheny circuit to arrange
matters so that there will be no
cuutllctlng dates.
UFKai.tt* AAU LU.Htll.
JnlniLoomlnvlll open til? aaloon. corlirr
Market ami Tuniii ktrteU, i'luirr.duy
cvruhii;. A cordial invitation ii extruded
to all. Good niunii: and elegant lunch.
UUYMANM Brewing to.'* Ilock Brer on
draft Friday and Saturday, the la.it time
till* season.
Infests the blood of ' humanity. It
appears in varied forms, but is forced
to yield to Hood's Sarsaparilla, which
purifies and vitalizes the blood and
cures all such diseases. Head this:
" In September, 1894,1 made a misstep and
Injured my ankle. Very soon afterwards,
A Sore
two inches across formed and in walking
to favor it I sprained my ankle. The nore
became worse; I could not put my boot
on aud I thought 1 should have to give up
at every step. I could not get any relief
nnri had to ston work. I read of a cure of
a similar case by Hood's Saroaparilla and
concludod to try it. Before I bad taken
all of two bottles the sore bad bealod and
tbe swelling bad gone down. My
Is now well and I have been groatly benefited
otherwise. I have increased in
weight and am in better health. I cannot
say enough in praise of Hood's Sarsaparilla."
Mas. H. Blake, So. Berwick, Me.
This and other similar cures prove that
I* the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. Si.
Pmiuwl only by C. i. Hood A- Co., Lou-ell, Ma**.
u it t-fc-ii the best family cathartic
nOOU S PlilS ami liver stimulant. 25c.
Atlantic Tea Co.
The season In now on when the demand
for Canned Fruit and Vegetables, Evaporated
and Dried Frnits increases. We are
prepared to supply your wants. You will
find our foods and prices both attractive.
We advertiso only standard goods.
Callfnrtila/ I?rune?, large, i lbs 25c
California Ev. Apricots. 3 lbs 25c
Standard Sngar Corn, per caii 4c
Fancy Sugar Corn, per can 5c
Best Tomatoes, 4 cans 25c
California. Plums, 2 cans 25c
Table Poaches, per can 10c
Standard Peas, per can 5c
Largo bottle Ketaup, per bottle 10c
Star Candle (8's), per lb 8c
Clothes Pins, per dozen lc
Carpet Tacks, per box lc
Atlantic Tea (Jo.
Wo li<'inl? !,?< Tltoso Who ran Follow.
After House Cleaning'.. .
You will uood n pood CLOCK to help
brighten the PARLOR. We hnvo in
Hto?-k a largo awiortment ut very low
Per Imps you arc fhort on BPOON8,
KNIVES or POHKH. Wo can help
you out. Our WQv'K in hiTRe. Wo
cnu pell you bout quality Hllvor Knlven
and Poikn lit Price* Unit It would bo
cheaper *? use thun flteol Knlvo* and
Pork* you nre continually scouring to
keep brlfrnt.
To -ulrnnlnta trade during the dull
month* ??f the year, w?- will II our
KomUut itrrntly reduced price*.
Wo are now receiving lomo nice
HLOT'SR HliTH and MKLT8. They
will he In irreat demand thin neuron.
Bnvc money and trade with u llouno
that buyi iropda for Canb.
PbiBBix Mutual Li
? c. u. LAWBKKCK,
Assets Januc
Lotos on First Mortnxes of ?
Premium Notos aod Loan* on Policies In forts....t
??..? ? r'..1Ui*r*'
Coat Value of Beal SaUU owned by the CompanyCity
end Municipal end Bellroed Bond* ana Stock
Bank Stocks
Cash to Offloe -
Cub De pod led in Banks
Add i
Market Vain# of Stocks and Bonds over eost
Iuterest Accrued and Doe................ L?m~
Net Deferred and Outstanding Prealnmi
Gros? Assets January 1. 1896......~.
Reserve on Policies in force at 4 per cent interei
Holm* by Pentb Outstanding - ~
Premiums Paid In Advance .. ..? ?
gpcclal Policy and Investment Reserves..
Snrplus at 4 per cent
Ptaix Mutual Life
We are pleased to inform o
received another lot of the St
aga'1 ready to fill orders at
G. MEN ft
T-V 1 T
m lc
If you want a bargai
Lounges. Full size
ONLY {?10
White, landl
2245-4749 MM
sold at less than manufai
ed stock of the most rel
the country of Sideboarc
foniers, Bed Room Suit
KocKtng unairs, etc.
There still remains on
last week several styles
Room chairs at $1.0<
price. Also a large ass
Room Tables at one-hal;
Come early and secur?
not last long.
Assignee of
fe Insurance Co.,
lx?. oo?r?r.
cement, januabi 1,1890.
iry 1, 1896.
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Insurance Company,
git ' '
ur customers that, at last, we have
iceess Garnet Sweepers; and are
SI .45.
Rm All back orders will be at(ended
to within the next few
? days. The above price only
good for balance of this week.
n get one of our
ey 6 Foster,
0 Worth of Furniture and
Carpets now being
cturer's cost. A well selectiable
goods manufactured in
Is, Chfha Cupboards, Cliifs,
Parlor Suits, Odd Pieces,
i hand from our special sale
i of Oak Cane Seat Dining
D each, worth double the
ortment of Parlor and Bed
f original price.
i these bargains, as they will
J-. K, aAXili,
Alex. Frew, 1117 M tin Street,
To loan on Real tstate Security.
Safety Petfotlt Bow to let
A Monti
No. 64 Eighteenth street jUd
No. 3U Seventeenth, street, 3 rooms.... 75*
No. 1108 Elisabeth street 7No.
1219 McColloeh street, 2 rooms.... sm
No. 2010 Main street. 2 rooms ju
No. 333 Main street. 3 rooms, with
free use of both gases Ill
No. 335 Main, street. 0 rooms, with
fre?? use of ooth gases......... UH
No. 337 Wain street, saloon with bar
llxturex and 4 rooms, or 12 rooms,
if desired ??
No. IOCS McColloch street J]|m
So. 1219 Alley H.. : m
No. M south York street
No. 53 South York street it 2
No. 5l?? Alley B, 6 room* t?
No. 147 Fourtconth street, both Rates,
hot water and bath 20 (a
No. 2602 Main street. 3 rooms 12
No. 34 Sixteenth street, store room..., jam
No. 101 Thirty-third street, store room (n
I'oiir-roomed houses Crescent Place.. J5
Twelve-roomed residence, acres
ground, Edslngton's Lane
No. 2503 Alley B. |M
: rooms rear or Mission Sunday
school. Eighteenth street IH
Three rooms. Ple;is*nt Valley Id
i Residence Fifteenth street. $4,000.
Residence Fltteenth street. 52.000
No. 101H Main street, 11,700.
No. 422 nnd 422^4 Market streot.
No. W Seventeenth street, A rooms, both
No. 2520 Matn street.
Sixteenth street residence. 84.500.
Nos. 452 and 454 National road.
Counters and shelving. No. 101 Thirty,
third street.
No. 92 Sixteenth street.
Lot on South Front street.
Six-roomed house. Peninsula.
ReafcEststn Agent, Collector, Notary Pub.
He and 1'enslon Attorney, No. 16li Mir.
ket street. apZi
Business Property.
Store room 2$xlOO, with second and third
floor*, sdjolnlng Stone & Thomas'. Stort
will be put In liret-elass repair.
Four-story building No. 10 Twelfth
Storage room on Fourteenth street for
rent cheap.
Money to Loan on Real Estate Security,
ROLF dts S5A.KTS1,
ap 27 3D Fourteenth Stmt.
A very desirable residence and businea
property, corner Main and Teftth s;reeu.
No. CI Fliteenth street. J rooms, Irick.
No. 161 Sixteenth street, lot 30xl?0 feet
A line residence In Pleasant Vailey.
No*. IPO and 192 Seventeenth street
No. 8 Kentucky street,. 4 room?.
7 storerooms and 2 dwellings renting for
$1S1 00 per month,, corner Market and
Twentieth streets, pays 12 per cent
No. 9 Kentucky street, lot 30*140 feet
A fine residence on Virginia street. Ail.
modern convenience; price low.
No. 2212 Chapline street, larjj? brick
No. ifi ISth street, 7 rooms and stable.
No. 1BC 17th street, 5 rooms and stable
Lot corner Main and Sfxteenui street
No. 12114th street, 7 rooms and bath.
Nft. 1303 Chapline street, 7 rooms.
No. 1312 Chapline street. 9 rooms.
Lot on Main St., between 22d und23dS?
3 lots on North Wabash street.
No. R1 South Broadway, residence o! J.
E. Hughes. Kt?q
Lot l?xl30 North York.street.
Lot No. 20 Indiana St., 7 rooms, modern
No. 27 N. Wabash St., 0 rooms, cheap.
/A lino lot in Pleasant Valley. i
No. 13 Vermont street, 4 rooms; lot 23x19
feet; $1,500.
The Bloch prnn?rty on North Main St
The City Bank Building.
Telephone 219. ap^L '
Building Lots On Wheeling Island.
.House and Lots on easy termj.
11 -* - * ?? O ...I Cofatfl
money 10 i*oau on rvcut
Houses and stora rooms to rent
Telephone? 087. Xu. 114.1 M irk?t3tr*i
8plendld house, 12 rooms and large hall,
with large lot. L'hapline St., Fifth wart;
cheap on easy terras. ? ? .
House, S rooms, brick, and hall 14U?
t: easy terms, f5,Cf?'.
House, 4 rooms, ?th St., JTOO. .
House. 6 rooms, Jacob at.. Centre Whetting,
easy terms, $1.6*.
House, 6 rooms and hall. Market street.
Centre Wheeling, cheap, Sl.JM). . .
Splendid o?flg, site for dwelling, tfth k.
Nhlendld oldg, site for dulling, flth &
House, 1. rooms, 2-itli sc., It<00. ,r
House, S rooms and hall, with all mode
huprovemp Ms^ Chapllno st, Centra
House, f rooms and hall, 16th st.. 12,701
House. 5 rooms, JSth St.. 11.400.
House, 3 rooms. In Bolvedero ado, l?
House, 14 rooma and storo rooM. Mam
at., near 21st at., lot 44x122 ft., I3.6M, .
House. 7 rooms, hal and large lot. Htn
t.. 14,200.
House, 7 rooms and 6-roomod house a
rear; lot 30x121) ft., 14th st, ROOD. , T .
House. 7 rcotn*. brick, with hall, Jacoa
t.. Centre Wheeling; cheap. J2.3W.
House, 6 rooms, brick, Eoff St., 5th waro,
House, 7 rooms, N. Market st; cheafc
2 lots on Llnd st. Belvedore, X25
House, 2 rooms. Wilson st, Centre
Wheeling: ea.sy terms, 1550. . . ^
Horse, 4 ruoms and attic, Jacob st, wo
tiara, jm.w.
House, 11 rooms, brick. 15th *t. IMM.q
Hotel. 24 rooms. Martin* terry,
cheap. on (isy ti-rm*. _ . la
House. S room* end 8-roomod houM
renr, Market *t.. l*ot. 7th nndjWh '9n;.Tct|J
House, 8 room* nml hell, b.it!I J-.->x
g?KS. y.cob ?t.. bol. IStli and 1Mb. RJ,.
Bualnc* pfopcrty on Market *t ?t m
"ifiJS. BSf ?KO. JSOO. R.OW and 8.W>10 IM?
on reel estate. . Vortb
House, four room nnd storeroom. ^
Main str<>ct. Ch<?*p. on easy tor mi\ ?r*gt
New house. ? rooms, with larg* lot.
Edtfnpton I.nno. SS.&'V). . ??r"
Tel. M. 17? Market Stro^
Hotel Metropoie
01 KM' UD OK jur tOUK iTUCC.
Now npcn. Strtotlr flrat-rU? In all *9
poimtucnta. Wrllo for ratei.
mrto FRA.\K H. M'AMM. I'ropV. ,
Michigan Atahua, noitr lianflh.
$H lo 9lU per Wepk.
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