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Tlic Disposition of Hie $2.!,OOO for
AS SETTLED BY CITY COUNCIL
Nrcdril Improvement* lu all P?rl? of the
City will i?p Made?Norlli Market Ntreet
to be I'aved North of Tenth a? far as the
Appropriation of )4|00I) will Reach.
Nineteenth Street AliolirU a Good SRce.
UUirr IuiprtM rniriiiM,
There Is considerable interest manifested
In the disposition by council, on
Tuesday evening, of the $23,000 of tencent
levy, an equal share, J2.S75, going to
each of the eight wards*for the building
of new streets, laying curbs, building
ewers, etc. For the benefit of Its readers
the Intelligencer presents the list of
appropriations passed upon favorably
To pave putter on East First street
Mrtth cobble jus fur as the appropriation
>vill reach, 512.".
Sewer drops on Market ai.d Coal
streets and Alley 3, JJ50.
~ nnlihfA A*nm
To pave toai wito ???*.. ...?
ravine as far as. appropriation will
Setting curb on Alley U, betwee.i Main
and Conl streets, 965.
Grading Coal street, between Third
and Fourth streets. $100.
To pave Market street exfrnslon with
Cobble a.H far as appropriation will
Sewer on Charles street, from the
Point north of Twelfth street, to Twelfth
Sewer In Alley S. from High street to
Charles street. $119.
Sewer on High street, from Alley 8 to
Twelfth street. $-01Sewer
on McColloch street, from
Tenth street to Twelfth street. $374.
Sewer from Eoff to Byron streets, on
Thirteenth street, thence to Alley 8 on
Bynm, thence to Alley F. $425.
Sewer on McColloch street, from Thirteenth
street to Fourteenth street. $360.
Pavine with brick of Fifteenth street
from Alley F cant as far as appropriation
will reach. $2,090.
To pave? Nineteenth street with brick,
bcRlnnlnR at the east sld* of Alley O,
west toward Jacob ns far as the appropriation
will rcach. |'J,S75.
Pavlnp with brick east side of Market
Ureet. between Twentieth and Twentysecond
To place curb on e*st sldo of Water
street; between Alley 19 and Twentythird
To plac?? sewer In Alley D from Twenty-thlrd
street north 120 feet. $?'0.
To pave Alley 1> with cobble from
Twenty-second street, north as far as
the appropriation will reach. $1S0.
To pave with brick, the north one-half
of Twenty-third street, from Cbapllnc
tc? noff. $900.
To pave with br/ck. Thirty-tint strmt,
from the east Bide of Koff stree* tc the
east side of Jacob sereet. $1,346 07.
To place curb on Wood street, from
the south side of Twenty-seventh street
' *ha nnrih tit Twntv-elirhtb. $211'.
Extension of sower 1n Alley D, below
Twenty-seventh street. $89 03.
To place curb on .south side of Twenl
ty-seveiith street, from the east side of
Koff street to the west aide ot Jacob
j street. $116.
Gutter cn north side of Eoff ntr??t,
from the south side of Twenty-sixth
street to the north side of Twentysewnth
str-et. II'>5 70.
To cobble gutter on north side of
Twenty-sixth street from the east side
of Eoff street to the west side of Alley F,
To place T?wer on Jacob street, from
the north side of Twenty-third street to
All>y :o. $172 SO
To erect retaining curb on Twentytilnth
Complete present work on 8outh
Front street. $2."3 40.
Curb on South Front street. $13.
? rixor below
v;uru ??n ouuui <>u>v? ?,
Ohio street. ea-st side. $150.
Curb on SoutlJ York street, below
Ohio street, east side. $157 40.
Curb on Ohio atrett, York to Huren,
north side. $100.
Curb on Indiana street, south fide,
Huron to Wabssh, $141.
Curb on Wabash street, from Zane
Street north ax far as the appropriates
will reach. $192 20.
. Sewer on oxtenslon of Alley O. $2S.
Sewer :?nd drops to drain Maryland
To plao* curb on Wood street from
south .<ide of Forty.second street to
north side of Forty-third street. $257.
To place curb on Forty-third street
1 from west sld" of Wood to east side of
Jacob street. JIM.
Sew-r on Water street. from a point
240 foot north of north lino of Thirtyeighth
street to Thirty-eljrlith street
Sewer In Alley F. from Thirty-seventh
I street to Thirty- dxth street. $270.
To pave with brick tho oast half of
Jacob fctroot, from north side of Thirty;
ninth street to north side of Thirty<
sixth street, ns far as appropriation will
f reach. 11.982.
For new work to be mjed at th<? dlscre;
tion of th- board ??f public works out of
tho continent fund of th'' board, for
purchasing ground to widen Pink street
5 and Alley 85. $1,700.
To pave with brick. Market ntreot,
north of Tenth strict. n.? far as the appropriation
will r^nch (out of th* contlngent
THE TALMAGE LECTURE.
The Inillrallonn I'olut lo a UrcrCrowil
tliIn Afternoon Munj* Kirtiralona will
flrlnt; the People lino froni tlic Smi
[, ThK afternoon a distinguished mlnts*
tor of th* gospel will speak nt tlir* Htate
! fair grounds. and his coming to Wheeling
should he appreciated I?y thf public
to such on extent thrit the" linmonso
grand stand will not Ik- largo enough lo
accommodate tli?- [>'-opl<\
Rev. T. De Witt Talmac*-. 'vhoso
permon:; arc r- ;id by million* < nch
wo^k. In now '-.j-pusfhr of the First
f Presbyterian chureh, of Washington. D.
1 C., made famous l?y th?r many public
m*n who have boon members. It has
rom?' to />? called the l'r"fil'!fntlal
church, ami l< one of the largest and
most fashlonabl- plan-.- of worulilp In
the United St lit ' !*
Rev. Dr. Talmaip* will arrive fsrnn
Washington thl# rnornlwr, nn<l ivlil b"Kln
hl.n lecture promptly itt 2 o'clock
from a platform built 'tlrertly In fr.int
of the fmind fltand. HI * subject will bf
Hlc iilund'TM," and it Ik nnld to be full
#f wit and humor
Immenjw crowd* will come In from
I nurroundlng towna, excursion rat-? beInK
made ?.n nil rnllroad.t. The uteaniT
Jewel will brlnr i large definition down
from Stritbcnvlll'- urn! Wojlflbijr#.
The lecture will lw? clven rain or shine.
I ah there will be shelter In th<- grand
Htand for thousand. The affair Im under
the auspice." of the Third Pre?byterluti
church and thin fact alone should
I attract n large crowd. Y^t^rday,
[Mayor Pladwell Issued a proclamation
requiting that all merchants ami maniifnrnimrn
who ?*-'iu poHMlbly do ho clone
place* of bunlncvN lit noon, no that
tl??*lr employe* will b?? able to hear Dr.
Talmag*'* lectur?\ A number of builni'-n
hav/? already expren*ed their
Intention to close at noon and others at
The bn*e I.mII swrne will not start today
until 1 o'clock ho that ;ill who de*lro
to attend may hear the Ta linage lecture.
Tin Jteforiiml < linrrh.
DAYTON. O. May 27 The twelfth
synod of the Iteforrn Church of America
is holding a iv--"k'H *e*.s|on here. It Ik
thought that J>r. J. A petciw. of JfeidMbuof
Colleg". Tiffin, Ohio, will he chosen
president, nnd that It v. .1 H. ftomberg'-r
will be elected state clerk. Dr. John
H. Schler, pastor of the First Reform
church. Philadelphia, delivered th<op-nlng
sermon. The sesnlon promlHeir
to !> one of the most Interesting that
has been held for years.
At Weat Aleiamlrr will l?r ObirrWd
The observation of Decoration Day at
West Alexander under the auspices of
Post No. 348 O. A. K , will be on an
elaborate geale. The post will m? t at
noon and the procession will move at
1:30 p. m. After the "graves of th?" old
somlerH have been decorated, the order
or exercises in the numera 101 ?u wc
cemetery -will be us follows:
Prayer Rev. George M.DnnuM
Short A?lrlr?'?.s Rev. W. M. Coleman
Sour?"Sleop, Comrade, Sleep"
Firing of Salute Prill Squad
The order of exercises In tho U. I'.
' church will be us follows:
. March Miss Lizzie McMurray
Song?"Still K?'m?>ml>er"...Mixed Quurtetto
| ltecTtatlon-"Whl?perln' lllll
1 Miss Mary Atkinson
Recitation?"Our Flag ami Country"..
Mis* Salllo l*wl3
Mlsa Bessie Ramsey
Memorial Address Rev. O. .1. NVutaon
Hong?"Under the Sod and the Dew"..
Roll Call of Dead Comrades
Ily tho Adjutant of Post
Song. Tap*. Benediction.
Id the evening there will be a leeture
? fh? PrM?hvterlnn r-hnrrh bv I'rofeHSor
Brown, of Bethany College. under the
auspices of loot ing Circle, Ladies of the
O. A. It.
ANOTHEB 8I8TEE8VILLE FIRE.
A FlftrruThowuiutl I>oll?r IlUxr Follow*
Close on the Uvraltr Our of Nalurd*)',
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer.
SISTEnsviLLK, W. Va.. May 27.Sistersvllle
was visited by another disastrous
Are this morning, though It was
not no destructive as that of last Saturday.
th? loas being In the neighborhood
of $15,000. Three large buildings were
damaged so badly that they will all
have to bi? torn down and rebuilt.
The tire started in Kugene Dunn's
barber shop and spread wry rapidly.
The whop Is. or was. located oil Well*
street opposite lhnc's shoe store.
For a short tlmo the tlaraes threatened
great damage to the business portion of
the town, but was finally controlled.
f ollowing are me ioe*es:
Ladles of the Maccabees, $300: the
Elks, $'100; Knight* of the Maccabees.
$200; Dolan's saloon, $1,000: Dolan'n pool
room. $500; Dunn's barbor shop, $2,500;
Hollls* saloon. $4,000; E. Cohen. $1,000;
McCormlok Shoe Company. $."?00; Orier
& Co.. $500; Dr. Goff. $200; Marsh.
$100; .Mrs. P. Newton, $100; Dr. E. I.
Of the people mentioned, nearly all
had some Insurance. and It will not fall
nearly mi hard on them an it did on the
people burned out last Saturday.
The Report of the 4'oiitiiiHtrr on 4'la?rr
ItrUtlomhlp ullli (lie 8rml???rIe?-OU? ton
SAKATUUA, ;\i. Y.t .May ai mo
opening of the morning session of the
Presbyterian general assembly to-dny
Judge Wllston. of Philadelphia, moved
that the report r>f the committee on
conference with theological luminaries
In order to bring them Into closer relatlons
with the assembly, be at onee
distributed, to give opportunity for
Following Is a summary of the report:
As a result of conference and correspondence
Princeton. Omaha and Dubuque
seminaries /md Lincoln 1'nlverslty
In Pennsylvania, have literally or
substantially adopts! In whole or In
part the recommendation of th" assembly,
liking to seminary control by the
as.Hembly, and haw either taken steps
to Becure appropriate legislation ?>r expressed
their wllllngnety? to d?> so. The
Western Theological neminary at Allegheny
has ngre? d to end**avor to obtain
n general law which should acccompllsh
u - - "' l.f>u ortrutlnfoil II coin.
ml t tee for that purpose. Th.? other seminaries.
McCormlck, Lane, Auburn and
San Francisco, have refused to consider
the action taken Inst year. Tho plan
of the committer has in view "an effective,
practical and r-mstltutlonal method
of safeguarding the teaching and property
of the seminaries."
The committee presented three resolutions
First?This general assembly rrnfllrms
the action of the assembly of
1*95. and lx> view of the importance of
the Interests involved, declare that in
its Judgment the plan approved by the
assembly of 1S95 should t?? substantially
adopted by nil tlio seminaries.
Second?Until the compart of 1S70
shall l? made toga I and effective to the
satisfaction of the assembly by each
seminary. the assembly deems It expedient
to suspend the exercise of the
powers alleged to have been conferred
upon It by said compact over any seminary
foJlJng %vlthln n reasonable time
to so make said compact legal ami
effective. , ?
Thirl?'That th* commits bo discharged
from further ?rvlcea.
This report Is signed on behalf or the
commute? hy Dr. S. A. Mutchtnore.
chairman. , . _
A minority report. signed hy Dr.
George D. linker, of Philadelphia,
recommended the compact of 1^7". the
coneurrent resolution So. 9 ?>f the assembly
of 1R6?. In reference to synodlcnl
nr Wimnbly control of seminaries. and
all acta of the assembly granting pwvers
of * -If-control to seminar!^ bo
sclnded. It Is also recommended thaf
legislation be formulated which shall
put Into effect ?h- assembly constitutional
and charter rltchts over Princeton.
Western, McCnrmlck. Danville,
Dubuque. Newark and omnba seminari..u
ntiii Auburn. Utno and San Fran
rl5co demlnarled Ik- requested to grant
the Minf rlKhtH to nd?.?mbly.
During the Interval before tho order
of theday n phui ?f eo-operntlnn In tho
work ??f home mltwIonH between the
Presbyterian and reformed ehiirchea
In North America wan unnnlmoualy
n(looted. The plan Ins been approved
b- th>? J> formed. fJennnii Reformed.
17nlt*^l I'resbyt.-rlnn and Canadian
The report of the committee on
foreign nilddlond wea presented by Dr.
n.-njamln (_\ Henry, ??f Canton, <*blna.
It ph"\ved that the board of foreign
rnldPlond received *R79.74fl. expended
$9.9,239, and reported a debt of 176,770,
Wlnillng Up of (lie Hiiaiiirat of tlir (iru
rrnl < niifrrrmr.
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 27.?Bishop
rowirr pfwu-o <i>
of the Methodist Kplncopal conference,
Hurprlne wan created when It"V. I ?r.
Ooucher. chairman of th* committee on
constitution, made ;i KUggvatlon Mint
the whole matter of Constitution, which
has tIf r<>nforetif?' In debate
for over i wo day*, ho referral t*? n j
i omml*ndon of fifteen conslfd <>f six j
minlxf*m, six Inynvn and three blahopn
to report four yari hem
Lay delegab* Swarthout offered ?i? n
nubHtituto thai theuuojUlon ??f cotiHtltu- j
tton be referred t<? tho people for a v<rte !
In order that It might rcproiunt the
people. The xuh*tlute wn.i promptly
tabled after ? *p?'< h by Kev. nr. Chaffee.
The motion wan then adopted and
tin- matter was referred to the commlsnlon.
Dr. SwIndHl made the report of th?
committee on Inmirnn'-o mntt? r?. After
atatlm; the Kr?-nt Mavlng which eould be
made poulbje by ? church Insurance
plan, it reeommend-d that th?- geti?ml
conference adopt the plnn foflowd hy
the weal Wlncomdn conference for a
mutual church Inmirnnce rotnpnny.nnd
tliat the huNlflenn of the company Hhould
he trati."acted by a hoard of Innuran' ".
eonMsuing of fifteen men, on" from r/irh
general conference diatrlc.t, to be e|oct' 'I
by th" delegatlomi and live at law
to be appointed by tin- blnhopH. The
plan was advocate^ by Dr. Swindell In
a prolonged argument i? which ha aald
that If adopted It infant the waving of
millions of dollars by hundreds of
churches. A discussion followed, but
it wtyi nil In advocacy of th?? meaaure.
General rtuShltiiK condemned the
scheme an visionary and Impracticable
and lil li would result In a scandal, as
In? aaid the Attlibury I.ifc ItnuiintietJ
scheme did. He denounced the Idea ??f
the church embark Ihk In any business
in the most emphatic manner.
Dr. \Vlb*?n offered an amendment,
which provided that tin* report be referred
to a committee of fifteen to be appointed
by the bishops. Thin committee
wan to carry ?>iit it* provision*, If
fojind practicable. It was tabled by a
Th- report was finally adopted by nn
| then talun.
rharlonton...RUTH,.8 n. in.
Pittsburgh...BEN IIJ'U. * a. m.
ClarliiKtun . .JEWEIj. 3:30 p. m.
nOATS LEAVING TO-DAT.
Plf Ivluir-I. iniU'VM J it
Pittsburgh II. K. IIKDKORD. 6 ?. ra.
ParkorwburR.I.lPKKTY. U n. in.
Matatnoran.. LEXINGTON, 11 ?. m.
CIuitoffton...JEWl?L. 3:30 p. in.
BOATS LEAVING TO-MOIIROW.
Pittsburgh...VIRGIN]A. 8 a. m.
Parl^riOuirg.HEN HUH. II a. m.
Glaring ion... JKWHI., 3:30 p. in.
Along the I'lUtilliig.
The Lexington and Liberty will be
this mornlnn'a packets for below.
The H. K. Bedford will be down for
Coal Valley ami Kumuvha river points
Saturday morning: at 6 o'clock.
Th? Lorenn from tho Muskingum and
the H. K. Bedford from the Groat Kanawha
will pass up for Pittsburgh early
this morning. I
The Virginia will bo tip to-morrow
from Cincinnati. Coming down ?ho will
~be here for Cincinnati next Sunday
morning. The K-'ystone State will folIntu
tn.~ C fl?.?A I
two boats now comprise tin? Cincinnati- I
l-.Usburgh packot fleet.
TheHudfon hus been withdrawn from
the-Pittsburgh and Cincinnati trade
for th.- present and is now engag -<i In
th?? Coney Island excursion trade nt
Cincinnati, when* f'apt. "Hob" Ajrnew
Is a frr??at favorite with th?? pl?^usurv j
tte< kers. She will go back Into the guIar
packet trado as soon as tho rlv.-r j
coitus up to a reliable boating stage.
The Liberty went only ho far na .Marietta
on her bu<t trip. Shi? returned last
evening at o'clock and took out an
excursion to Sfstersvlfb' and return, ar- |
riving on the return early this morning.
The excursion was under th?* auspices
of the King's Sons of th- Znnf stnvt
M. E. church and was well patronised
nnd orderly. The boy..- deserve izr .it
rrcdlt for running their excurobm in |
such pood rtyle.
The marks at fi p. m. showed 1 feet
0 inche? and stationary. Th" river people
an- wry cheerful Just now on ?(*
count ot rn>* nrKK rnxivni iioiii
both the Allegheny and Monongah*la
yesterday afternoon. Tin- afternoon report
from Oil City on the Allegheny,
was (<? the effect that the etngo there
was l? f?-. ? r. Inche* and rising. It Is
thought that the amount of water coming
from above will give the upper
Ohio a fftjrly Rood ravlgablo atnge for
n fortnight to come at least.
WARRKX?Xtlver 2 fret 9 Inches. Fair
GREENSBORO?Rlvar 8 feet 3 Inches
and fn.llinc. Fair and warm.
OIL ClTY?lilvcr - feet 7 Inches and
falling. Cloudy er.d pleasant.
PITTSRlTRCIi?River 4 f-et and r.tatlonnry
at the dam. Weather clear and
STEDBE.WILLE- River 3 feot 11 In- ,
ches and falling. Clear and warm. Up
PARKERSRURr, -River feet 3 Initio*
in,! risinir. Cloudy and mercury
12. Down Jiuth. Do*'" and up?Liberty.
I'p?Bedford, Elaine. Little Kanawha
Of ill health, despondency anil despair,
give* way to tho sunshine of hope,
happiness and health, upon taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, lw? cause it gives
renewed life and vitality to the blood,
and through that imparts
nerve stron M f-fth, vigor
(n lln> wlmlo
body. Read flf 1l B this
"Hood'sSar ISH# b a par I Mb
ho I pc d mo wonderfully,
chaugcd sickness to health, gloom to sunshine.
No pen can dcscribo what I wufforcd.
I was deathly Hick, had nick headaches
every few days and those terrible
tired, despondent feelings, with heart
troubles so that I could not go up and
down stairs without clasping my hand
?<'? > mu liPirf ami rwHtltf. I ft Ittt'l. it
would almost take my breath away. I suffered
no I did not care to live,yet I hnd
much to live for. There in no pleasure In
life if deprived of health, for Iffo becomes
burden. Hood's SarKft|iarilla does far
more than advertised. After talcing one
bottle, it in sufiicicut to recommend
itself." Mna. J. i,\ Smith, Heloit, Iowa.
Is the One Trim Mood Purifier. AffdriiFtfsfn- ?I.
Prepared only byC. I. llnod&Co.,'Lowell. M;ni.
r>:if^. curtail liver Ills, IuII'hunOOU
S PillS liens, headache. Scouts.
CLOCKS. ETC.?JOHN DBOKBB * CO.
After House Cleaning...
Yon will n*od ' KOod CLOCK Jo liolp
l)ij?hton I ho PA It LOR. Wo luivo In
r^? U u largo unuortmciit ut very low
I'rHti/iif* you nro tdtorl on R POO NR.
KNIVI.S or FORKS. Wo rim hHp
you out. Our HTOCK In lurK< Wo
cun s^ll you bo-.t ijuullty Silver Knlvci
nml l-'ntKH ill PrlffH Unit It Uwiili) liu
?li';ip?T t<> than Htf'l Knives ami
Fork* you arc continually acourliiB to
kri'p bright. ... .. ...
To y111 t<11111o trad* durlm? Il?r? dull
month* or tint yr?r. wo will hcII our
kpoiIm nt urrntly n-diu. -I pri?---s.
We ur<- nnu W'lvInK nonio nlno
ni.OliBi; RICTS niwl HKLTH. TJioy
Will ho In Rrntf tV'MlW'l tbl* >.ou*nn,
Hnvo mnnny nnd trn?lo with u limine
that buys Koods lor Cash.
JOHN BECKER & CO.,
JEWELBRS AND OPTICIANS,
3527 JACOB STREET.
KKATl.Y A.NP FJlOMPTIiY KXKCUTKO
AI TUli INTKLMQKN'JKK JulJ IlOOtfJ
The warm days and nif
them the need of Out-Dc
I High Back Ann Roci
\ Large, Folding, Sleep
| Japanese Rags, 36x7:
Don't use the parlor fui
them in and out of the he
propriate, something a sh
HljAPQUAltTEKS FOR 01
T naTKin. f\TTT BM.T7IJP. f
Tit Eitire Still
AT SO. 1117!
Is positively being sold far I
must be realized at once. 1
merits this week the entire
niture, consisting of Side
China CupDoaras ana uiau
regular retail price.
No better or larger stoc
you in the city. All othei
parlor bed room and kitchei
You are invited to inspc
Ack for DS. M0TT*8 PMT
Send for circular. Fx
SaSaKSw urt. JMOTTTH CHBI>
Tor *?!? by J. H. RI.AK1.
ATLANTIC TEA COMPANY. |
? ? -w w I
Let Those Who Can Follow.
Stan.inn! Tomatoes, per enn "? c
Stonilurd Niijar Corn, per can 3 c
Fancy Illinois Sugar Corn", por can o c
California Apricots, por can 12jc
California Kcgl'luuii, por can 12*c
Tublo I'eaclios, por can 10 c
.Apolo Butler, per can.,.,, 10 c
Oil Sardinos, por can c
Mimtard Snrdinos, per can 0 c
Fresh KolloJ Oats. 12 lbs. for 25 c
Fresh Oat Meat, 12 ib?. for 2.? c
Mail Pouch Tobacco, por lb 2S c
California Kvap. Ponchos, por lb... f> c
California ICvap. Apricots, por lb... Sjc
Frosh (.iinjror Snaps, peril) 5 c
Fresh Luncii Cakos, por lb (l|c
Krosli i^jinon Cakes, per lb (lie
< told Dust, por package 1* C
Star Candlos, 8's, per lb 8 c
Carpet larks, 8-oz., por box 1 c
Clotlius l'ins, por dozon 1 c
Atlantic Tea Co.
While Mountain Froezsrs.
Portable Ovons [or Gas Stoves.
1)iiI.tint. TnKind frtu P. 10 QlnuflC
nuuuor luuiufc mi uao mviu*
Water Cooler Stands.
Lowest prices for only first quality
NESBITVT &' BRO.,
1312 MARKET STREET.
J JOULTHY NETTINO
In one, two, three, four, flv?
ami ?lx foot widths. Any quantity
tihO. H. JOHNSON'S SONS,
1210 Main fitrcoL
B-O. MENDEL & CO.
jhts have come and with
;er, Cane Seat, $1.48 J
ij Hollow (Mr, 95c J
2, < i . 65c |
nitureand rugs dragging
iuse. Get something apower
of rain won't even
el & Co.
ITOHK OP FURNITURE.
i if Fifim
)e!ow original cost, as cash
We offer as special induceline
of Dining Room Furboards,
Extension Tables, '
rs at 40 per cent less than
;k of goods can be shown
r Furniture necessary for
1 at greatly reduced prices.
:ct goods and prices.
J". Bb.. H AXjXJ,
f Alex. Frew, 1117 Main Street
|H||Tln>only eafo,sun: nn&
^ reliabl? Female FILL
U11 I V evcr offercd to Ladies,
II I VPocially racommcnd.
i I I laicVI fid to married Ladies.
rrHOYAIi PZLLB and tako no other.
1m (1.00 pcrboxt 0 boxes for $r>.00.
UCAXi COh - Cleveluad, Ohio.
J. 8. RHODES is CO.
t n n n r\n !
J. 5. K. & LU.
We never had so complete a
stock of Lawns, Dimities, etc.
All the new late patterns at
12 l-2c. You would surely take
them for quarter goods.
40 pieces new Batiste Lawns
at 8 l-3c, should be sold at 12ic,
New stock of Imported Organ
See the new Linen Suiting.
It's coarse weave, very stylish.
In addition to our large stock
of Wash Shirt Waists lots of
new stylish ones will arrive
T 0 Tllinflnnd Pn
TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY,
Plnmbiiip ami (las Flttlnj,
blcam nutl Hot Water llcall.i;.
A Tall Line of IIio Colol?rn(o4???*
SNOW STEAM PUMPS
ROBT. W. KYLE.
Practical Plonitnr.Gas and SUim Fitter,
1155 MARKET STREET.
Ph.n IrtllAM l-'iltort. D'.l l
Taylor Oni Horner' * pcolaltT 'nr.;
-yyn.u.ui HAiai .t son.
(.as am) sra.u tin t:us.
No. 36 Twelfth Stroot.
All \\'or'% l>..ii.- <: K.-v mm'' V -m
f Artificial Mmh .ITc. I'd. q- . *?
Manufacturer lh? l*?t K'?*nU ?n 1l?? ^ t
market l lnii'vTrw .supporter*. **
Cnitcheactr. AHnappllmioe* forcoiwJInR'1?.
rormttlm j w. THOMPSON, fiEC'V. 4 MQ'R.
it* i?uU4?l4 81, c*c l'?l Via. Slim nr. U
^OM\llSHlOXi:itti SOT HE.
Ihwhara CoX W Jolin II. Cox and a.-i- .
L. Cox. "* 14
til Iho flflllt Court />f f?l I <
W't ri VltTlnlti.-*ln Chancery.
By. virtue ??( an onli-r .t? r :
above ?-.-TfItl?vl > m?io on th" ! : !
May. 1M?*. it 11 rW? n< l lo tlu- u: .
oimil-'Mlnij. r of -.?court to tuk-.
ui?<! r'-port a ' follow
I*i: . t What properly. r?*a! an.i .
oune Into tfio :
John .H. Cox, ?r 'i i.n?l? i
visum of the w|U of Inaai Cox. ?
a copy of which Is maii?' I'.k.
bin iilrti hcreiui and tlio vnluo <
nropprty al the (Into It wa.< ; o i? ivH
rt?'(voii(l?What property, r- ?i an<l t.* r.
Konal, am" Into the " < .if.ii ., ,
John H. Cox. dm tni?:< ?\ un?l? r ami
virtno <if the will of Ami" !'.? t
roased. :i copy of(whioh I; mad i.-.
1' of raid hill. and tin* value of nn ;
erty mi th" tlmo It wan ro r- . t\. : t,. .
Third?What properly, r?al an I .
sonal, ramo Into tin* |*ofs?-??lon ? ' ,
John II. Cox. a* tri;: un<l??r ui.j
virtue of tin- will rf J in" J-c- ... ....
reawod. a ropy of which Is mad?- I'.x ,\0
"3 of unld hill, find Iho value of suoh pro;*
erty at tho tlmo It wax ro r^c?*lv# ] iy
Fourth?A Kt.itr-mont of what prni*-t\
pal and p?*r*onal. remained In th- f.-.
tusslon of said John II. Cox. :ih tru;-..
unih r each of SOhl throe u. Ill-, on Sin'.
tcmU-r in. 1 '."2. and tint value tli.?r?-??f.
Fifth What property. r?;?l aril j*r.
!?onaJ, has tome Into the pof."- *
K. C. troHteo und<r and by virtu*,
of tho deeroo entered h'-roltj on H< ir.vrnbor
in. 1k:?3. and tho v?lu? thereof.
Hlxih iny other matter <le<*mod jtmnont
by tho commlwlonor or r? ?;u * l iy
any party In Intereet to be report"/.
Notlco is hereby Rlv.-n that, tho nrvUrtdffned
has fixed upon Monday. ih<- ::m <i.,y
of Jun?\ 1W. oommonokiitr ;it r? n r,, ^
a in., as the time, and hi.-* oJ11r?. N?. 4
Chapllne stro/t. hi tho city of Wii?1 nl;
Ohio county. Wej*t Virginia, as th*
at which ho will prooocl'to ascertain and
report th'* revrral matters In th.- Mid
ord?*r of referenec required.
fiSvon under my hand this 20th day of
tiFOHGi: 11. K.
ERSKINB & ALLISON.
Solicit on* f<?r Complainant, niy21-th
FOR " SALE-REAL ESTATE !
1530 buys buildInn Z'ixIvO near Twenty.
fourth street, Worth
No. 1*713 Moyston street, 4-roomed hou??,
lot 25*225. cheap.
No. ISir Twelfth street, house of 7 room*,
lot 37x125. at a bargain.
Fifteenth street. desirable residence hetwecn
Koff and Jaeob streets.
Leatherwood building lots, very desirable,
at a bargain. Call and see plat, oc
we will shov you them.
MONEYTO LOAN ON PROPERTY.
HOIiF Ob aABTB,
myl'j 30 Fourteenth Street.
BONDS FOR SALE.
We have a few rare good 6 per cent
bonds, secured by first mortgage on bmi.
ness property. In this city, principal an!
interest payable in gold. We can rcccxmend
them as the best bonds that have
been offered In this city for years. Perfect
In every detail.
SMITH & DICKINSON.
KXCHANOK MASK IIUIl.DIMi.
Very chcaji. one of the finest in I'arkview,
house. 7 rooms and hall, hardwood
finish, with one acrc of land to sa::>?.
House, fi rooms and hall. Market street.
Centre Whoelttig, cheap, J1.2W.
?Uendld n'Cg. site for dwelling, lGth st.
Splendid tildg. site for dwelling, 14th sf.
House,;?rooms. 24th St., 11,409.
House, n rooms and hall, with all modern
Improvement a. Chapllno st.. Centra
Houm, 7 rooms and hall, ICth St., J..."3.
House. 5 rooms, 13th ft.. 11,400.
House, 3 rooms, in Belvedero add., JC0.
House, 14 rooms and more room. Main
Ft., near -1st st.; lot 4fxil- ft.. 59,500.
Ho;:so. 7 room:?, hal and large lot, 14th
\ House, 7 rooms and 6-roomed houso In
rear; lot i)xl2U ft.. ISth St.. |3.0u0.
limun ? rnmn.c. lirlrk. with hall. Jacah
I nt'. Coiurn Wheollnc: cheap, $2,300.'
llousc, C rooms, brick, Eoff St.. 5tli ward.
House, 7 rooms, N. Market St.; cheap,
, 2 lots on I-lnd st., Belvedere, $223 each.
House, 2 rooms. WIlKon st., Centra
Wheeling: easy terms, $550.
Hous?\ 4 rooms and attic, Jacob nt, 6th
3 louse, 14 rooms, brick, 15th St., $6.5W.
Hotel. 2i rooms. Martin's Ferry, 0..
cheap, on easy terms.
House. 8 rooms and S-roomed house in
rear. Market St.. hot. 7th and sth sts.. $3.**).
House. F rooms nnd hall, bath and both
Ra"os. Jacob st., bet. 16th and 16th. $5.5<?.
Huslnex property on Market st. at mod*
J200. 1300. j:a>, SSOO, $2,000 and $2,500 to loan
on real estate.
Hous?\ four room and storeroom. North
Mntn street. Cheap, on easy terms. $2.S<a).
New house, G rooms, with largo lot, at
Kd'rinrrton Lane. J2.P A
NESBITT & DEVINE,
Tel. 641 1733 Market Street.
: - ~ mylS
So. 333 Main street, S rooms, both
?? * $16 0)
No. C37 Main street, saloon with bar
fixtures ami ioxir roonjs. both
No. Main street :
No. 149 Fourteenth street -5 0)
No. 1X!17 Main street 1 j 00
i-roomed house In rear of No. lift
Fourteenth street s <->
No. M I';!,mo nth street.. 1.1
No. ^<'\<.!?*. nth s?n<:r, r. rooms.... r .V>
No. Merolloeh street, " louins.... 5 < )
No. Ho 10 Main street, 2 rocms 5 i"J
No. 1025 MrOolloch Btreet $!?' it
No. JIM? Alb*y H 7 <0
No. .''1 South York street
No. M South York Blrvci IS CO
No. 510 Alley ?!. 5 rooms 9tt
No. 147 Fourteenth street, both puses.
hot water ami i>atn S0M
No. 2fi02 Main street. 3 rooms ? f>>
No. "I Sixteenth street, store room . ? t0
* -. ?,* t).thtr.i street. store room to
Koiir-motr.? i houa.* CreneeM *'1 ?.; . to
Twelve-roomed rwlaonw. -'a acrcs
ground. KdirinKton'o Lane
S*?roornr.^roar Bof ' MlViion "Sunday
nchonJ, Eighteenth "troet.
Three rooms, Plwmnt Vallc} 6 00
No. 32 Zano street, atore room and
^KeiilitMiee Fifteenth ftreet, fl.0?\
K.\-itle:no Fflteontli wtreet.
Sc. liMS Main str< < t. |I.7o?.
No and Market utrect.
No. 60 Seventeenth street, ?' rooms, da to
No. Main street.
Sixteenth street rcplrtcnc*. S1.50a
Nom an?l <M National road.
Counters und shelving. No. 101 Tnirtj*
No. W Sixteenth ptroet.
8lx-roomod house. Peninsula.
JAMES A. HENRY.
Real Kstato Agent. Collector. Notary Public
and Pension Attorney, No. 1612 Markct
?trout. my6 _
HOUSES AMD LOTS FOR SALE
A very desirable residence and business
proporty, comer Main and Tenth Mroots.
No. ??1 I'uiriiitli street. 7 toom>. t r4?-?'
No id Sixteenth mreot, lot feow
A lino residence In l'li asant Valley.
Non. ]<NI and 11>2 Seventeenth street.
N- X Kentucky Mro<-t, -I Hoomi;.
\ !<tornooniH and z dwelhn renting
JIM in per month, corner Market unJ
Twentieth strectn. pays l- p?*r eent
No. :? Kentucky smi?o. lot j>?xU0 feet.
A tine residence on Virginia RtTOCL All
modern convenience; prteo low.
No. *212 Ohapllno i-trcet, large brlclc
Kft 15th atroot. 7 rooms nnd r.tnMr
.Ni' W 17th tr??et. roou^i and rtablG.
l i t coi nor Mnln nnd sixtt entli <??rcot.
No. 1*1 Hth i>t t, i rooms anil buth.
No. if'1.: <'haphtio tdreet, 7 rooms.
No. 131.5 t'hui'Hiie street. y room*.
l.ot on Main St.^ between i and 23d St.v
r. loin on Ann 11 nnnnn ph. . .
No. si :*?>;1111 llrottUwuy. residence of J.
] : Huchf . ! : '!
l.ol y'frth York ntrr-t,
l.i i \o. '.>* I. i,?n? St.. 7 rooms, mooorn.
No IT N. Wnl'jij'h St.. r. room*, cljenp.
A tin.* lot in IMrnwMit VnlN->
No. 13 Vi rmont 6trc?!t, 4 rooms; lot 2. \t ?J
'J'Jio Uloi'l) nronortv on N^rtli Main St.
MONT.Y TO LOAN.
R!NEHART-& " TATUM.
The City Dault Buildlnff.