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GENU I known to thi O'ITEIXjXJ, THEN AND NOW. < Senator Forukcr'a Visits to Bridge* port ill 'US and '!)7. i CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED ? FOR THE BETTER IN THE INDUSTRIAL FIELD - WORKS THAT , WERE IDLE THEN ARE WORK INC. DAY AND NIGHT UNDER A PROTECTIVE TARIFF?SMOKE* LESS STACKS AND SILENCE REPLACED BY THE HUM OF ACTIVITY?TO-N'lGfrlT'S MEETING. If Senator J. B. Foraker, who speakn at Bridgeport to-night, made Investigatlon In this neighborhood he would find a wonderful Improvement In business generally. Since he spoke at Bridgeport on October 31, 181)5, two years ago, there has been a marked chango for the "better In Wheeling and vicinity. Money Is much more plentiful, work is more plentiful and the people are happier and more contented and Senator Foraker has helped to make things this way. When Senator Foraker spoke in the Opera House at Bridgeport two years ago he predicted the election of McKloley to the presidency. He told his hear- 1 era umi ma vviinuu uiu *> an mcu ?u force and was doing no good. He said the expiration of the old congress had helped somewhat. that the way to start 1 on the road to prosperity was to vote the Republican ticket, that the country would prosper If the Republicans won In 18D6. He said that the Democrats had tio Issue except free trade then, and It almost ruined the United States. The Democratic speakers said the Wilson bill would make business boom and wages would go up. On the contrary. It "busted" business. Kvery prediction made by the Ohio senator then has been ( verified In the great Ohio Valley and j elsewhere. Manufacturing establishments which were doing little then are now running to the'r fullest capacity day and night, and 81111 they cannot 1)11 their orders. Two years ago thousands of empty cars ' were standing on the sidetracks with < the wheeln rusty and weeds growing t around them, and to-day the manufacturers and shippers are fighting to get sufficient cars. Right nt the great plant , of the Aetna-Standard Iron and steel i works, very close to where Senator Foraker and Congressman Danford will ] speak to-night, business Is better than It has been for years. The pay roll last Saturday was the largest for sev- 1 eral years, and not a few of the workmen drew the biggest pay thoy ever earned In this establishment. Many of the employes here are making bigger ( wages than they did under th-? Wilson bill. Some of the tin workers make ' twenty dollars more In a mouth than J they did. This great establishment Is the very picture of prosperity both day 1 and night, and It Js making so much r noise that the cries of the calamity ' howlers cannot be heard. The employes of these mills, both Republicans i and Democrats, like the pottery work- i crs and the glass workers, do not have I to sign petitions and send them to i Washington protesting against the re- i ductlou in tariff while McKIriley is eresldent. | 1 The capacity of the Loughlln tin plate : works at Martin's Ferry has Increased i Its capacity 33 1-3 per cent since For- i nker was in Bridgeport, and now It Is I building another tin plate works even 1 J larger than tho present big mill and i which wlli give employment to 330 ad- < dltlonal hands. This Is McKlnley tin I plate and there Is no better In the ' world. ( The tin plate workers make more money now than they did under the Wilson bill. The rollers aterago 120 per month more than they did. the heaters about 120, doublers about $20, shearmen about $12, and the lowest Is the catcher, who gets a raise of M.60. The Wheeling, Steubenvllle and East J Liverpool potteries sell more ware in a , month now than they did In several months. Nearly all of them have large- ' ly increased their force of workmen ami 1 ore making more ware than ever, and still they cannot till the orders. Tho < (Steubenvllle Pottery Company has sixty per cent more people at work than , for several years, and the pottery busl- ' ness at East Liverpool Is better than It ; 1 ever was, and fifty additional houses could be rented to the pottery workers 1 nlone. The months of August and September were <he best corresponding months In the history of the Wheeling i potteries. The glass business Is far hotter than it was when Foraker was in Bridgeport. Some of the glass factories are employing more people than ever before, and are rushed with orders. H. Bettls, of Martin's Ferry, Is unarming nine barrel factories at different points, and Is building another one, and he reports the demand larger than ever. A portion of the nail factory at the Laughlln mills, Martin's Ferry, is running for the first time In many months. The Martin's Fery blast furnace has resumed and the Top mill blast furnace will shortly start up after a long shut down. A handsome new church nt Martin's Ferry nnd the extension of the Wheeling & Lake Krle railroad down along the river front are Indications of returning prosperity. A Martin's Ferry teamster was asked to do a Job last week and he said It would bo Imposlble to do It during the week, as all of his teams ;vcre busy. Asked what about doing It this week, nnd he replied that they would he us burfy then, atid In fact, they had all they could do for several weeks. Home of the teamsters have put up their prices, by the way. The coal mines are all at work with excellent prospects. Hank deposits nre Increasing nnd money is much easier than two years ago, With good security It Is now /in easy matter to borrow money, while a year or two a no this wan next to nn Impossibility. Real estate agents and brokers have ah much money to let out In a month flow as they did last year In several and some do more business In n month or two this year than did last year or year before, There in not only more money to loan, but men who have monny are now (looking Investments of' their own. The real estate market has been stlmulflted considerable since th" change in the administration. Many worklftgj men are already putting money in bank. Large numbers of worklngmen who wet# Idle for a long period nnd could not pay tholr grocery hills arid rant aro now doing more than this, and large numbers who were obliged to move Into smaller houses have M0sni.? jy get larger and more desirable house < nnd soni" are buying homes of ihfllr own nnd looking around with thin View, Home of thenv ar? now loaning money. The condition of the worklnginen, an a. rule, hss Improved greatly Most of ihtiTi are working stNidlljy, 'Hi y hovel )LIPKYS. ? NE CARBONS, the HIGHEST ) art, at no (jrodter cost than is ast The Photograpfr more money, thW live better, wear better clothes, spend more money, are paying their debts and ure feeling differently with present conditions and the future outlook. Tho readers of the Intelligencer all know what ttfo Republican times are doing for the farmers. The next time Senator Foraker comes around he doubtless will find the Ohio Valley even more prosperous than it now Is and the people still happier. FORAKER TO-NIONT The Ohio Senator will Aililrm a Urge Meeting In Ilrlilvrport tills Evening. Wheeling will Semi over ? l?arge Dtlt* (gallou, liicliidliii; two ('lube?The Hlver front I'tnvm Coining In Fore*?Cole* mlu Hiaili llorirnifii. Foraker, the brilliant! Danford, the gallant nnd eloquent! And posstbly our own Captain Dovener! These form the array of speakers who will talk on the Issues of the gubernatorial campaign In Ohio, this evening In Bridgeport. Bellalre and Martin's Ferry will send large crowds on the street car line; Colerain promises to send a large delegation on horseback; St. Clalrsvllle sends in an excursion on the Cleveland, I?raln & Wheeling road, and other towns in Belmont county are pfepnrlng to be represented at what will be the greatest meeting of the Ohio campaign in the eastern part of the state. The meeting will be held on the railroad grounds on Bridge street,-at the end of the back river bridge, and will be called to order at 8 o'clock with Captain Danford as permanent chairman. The able and eloquent congressmen of the over-the-rlver district will make a speech, but th$ principal effort will be that of Senator Foraker, who follows the captain. The senator's ability on the stump Is too well known in Ohio and in West Virginia, too, for It to be necessary to say a word about him this morning. This fall he in making speeches that are far reaching in their logic and effectiveness and one who cannot hear hint tonight will miss a treat. Extra street cars will he run for tho accommodation of Wheeling, Martin's Kerry and Bellalre people. The meeting will be extensively advertised to-day. At noon Melster's band will go over the over-the-rlver electric lino in a special car. and later will make the circle on the Wheeling line. TARIFF CHAMPIONS. rne 1 ami unampions 01 wneeung arc palled to meet at the city building at 7 o'clock this evening for the purpose of atton<lIn*r the Foraker meeting in Bridgeport this evenlng.Thls Is the club that acquired the reputation of being ?ver ready to respond In the last campnlprn. and no doubt there will be a goodly representation of Its memhmernhlp on land to-night. The club must be at the McLure at 7:20, as the band sent from Bridgeport leaves on the return at that hour. LEAVES AS 7:20 SHARP. Wheeling people who Intend marching >ver to Bridgeport with the Flklns' Carets. Tariff Champions and others, should be at the McLure corner before 7:20. as the band leaves for Bridgeport promptly at that time. ELKINS CADETS CALLED. The olllcers of the Elklns cadets?the :rack Republican club of Wheeling in :he presidential campaign?last night Issued a call for the cadets to turn out to-night and attend the Foraker-Dnnford-Dovencr meeting In Bridgeport, l'liey are requested to gather at the McLure House corner at 7 o'clock. Members of the drum corps ore Included In the order. .Members of other narchlng clubs and all Republicans ond aellevers In honest money and prosper uy arc uiavi rei|ucaini iu iuiii utli unu march over the river to Bridgeport with the Elklns cadets. A band will ead the Wheeling delegation, and there will he plenty of red tire and enthusiasm. THE MOZART CONCERT And Rail On Thursday?First of the Present Season. On Thursday evening of this week occurs the first concert and hall on the ivinter programme of the Mozart Sinking Society, and the following programme Is assurance of a musical treat: ^verturo?"King of the Gnomes" Itolllson Opera House Orchestra. Phor?"Wenn alio Hruennleln Wesson" W'eldt Mozart Oesangvereln. 3olo?"A Day Dream" Streledzkl Mrs. Flora Williams. Duott?"Ship Ahoy" Millard Messrs. Nolle and Zulauf. Cornet Solo Selected J. 1 lose. Bass Solo?"Speak to Me" Cam pan a C. Zulauf, Overture?"Isle of the Champagne".... Fuorst Opera House Orchestra. Chor?"Wenn du tioch cine Mutter hast" Orth Mozart Oesangvereln. Soprano Solo?"Take Mr, Jamie Dear" Blachoff Mrs. Flora Williams. Tenor Solo?"My Happiness" C. I3ohm Aug. C. Nolle. Vocal Duett Mrs. Williams and Mr. O. Zulauf. Chor?"Am Altar? dor Wahrheli,\...Mohr Mozart Qosangvereln. Crimp (Quickly Crmlr. MOUNTAIN OLEN, Ark.-Our children were suffering with croup when we received a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It afforded almost instant relief.?F. A. Thornton. This celebrated remedy Is for sale by druggists. Snook & Co % 4oml*annuAl Silk Safe begin* to day. WARNING: ? rcrsons who suffer from coughs and colds should heed the warnings of danger and save themselves suffering and fatal results by using One Minute Cough Cure. It Is an Infallible remedy for roughs, colds, croup, and all throat and lung troubles. Charles R. (loetze, Market and Twelfth streets; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth and Jacob streets; A. IQ, Rchoele, No. 007 Main street; 1'Jxley Mros., Penn and Zane streets; Howie X ('o., Bridgeport. fl ITCHING SKIN DISEASES llraipr Conn tsuatssmt for tortiirlnjr, dliflttirlriK. UcblnK, IttimlMjf. and M>lf shin *nd 'Oiln wlih ioMofitnir. Warm baUti wllbMiTIOt'lA So?r, UPlitl" appllflRtlOM ofCtfflOwlU (ointinAtil), ana full domii of Ot'tiotnu Iliioi* YiNTtK'oniMi ol blood purlfluri and humor ouroa (Qttcura j, (Vrntifhnut ?? w?M PflfMi RED ROUGH HANDS GRADE of PHOTOGRAPHS ,ed for inferior grades. ier, 1205 Market MANY RAILROADERS Attended tile Meeting of Pun Handle Yurdmahtcrs Here, TrriiNirAi siiRirrisnisriisspn BY THE VISITORS AT TWO SESSIONS WHICH WERE HELD IN THE STAMM HOUSE PARLORS. AN EXCURSION THROUGH THE WHEELING! INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT?A. J. FRAZIER APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT WHEELING DIVISION, BALTIMORE* & OHIO, Yesterday morning the semi-annual rqeetlng of the yardmasters of the Pittsburg division of the Pennsylvania southwest system was held In this city, the sessions bcln.q in the parlors of the Btamm House. The meeting was fully attended, buy the subjects discussed were technical and not of great Interest generally. They included the making up and moving of trains, handling of freight, etc. The following yardmasters frdro several points on the Pittsburg division were present: A. M. Maitland, James Russell, W. W. Reynolds, F. McCune, Pittsburgh. J. W. Ansel, J. W. Campbell, J. >lcConnell, R. J. Lyle, of Dennlson, Ohio. J. N. Keck, of Wellsville, Ohio. S. Gourd, D. C. Quaney, J. E. Glenn, of Carnegie, Po. S. C. Beatty, M. Finnerty, of Colliers, W. Vn. C, C. Fisher, of Steubenville, Ohio. C. P. Wood, of.Wheeling J. R. Smythe, of Newark, Ohio. , J. Henry, W. II. Francisco. A. Chamberlain, J. F. Naughten, J. Fleming, of Columbus, Ohio. Thnen u'oronkn snvoml PUf Klinrnh of tfllclaLs here, including Trainmaster R. K. McCarty, Asistant Trainmasters A. 1 Mendenhall and K. T. Whiter, Chic! Train Dispatcher R. F. Braun, SuperIntendonr of Coal Trafllc N. C. Dean, Train Dispatcher Stevenson, Anlstant Ticket Agent A. M. Matlock, and Assistant Trainmaster E. Morrell, of Co- i lumbus. At the conclusion of the morning session the visitors were taken on n trip over the Pan Handle yards In a special train In charge of Yardmaster Wood. The visitors wore Impressed with 1 Wheeling's Importanceasa manufacturing and shipping center. They left for their homes on the 3:55 Pan Handle train. I APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT. A. O. Frazler, now superintendent of the Birmingham division of the South- j ern railway, with headquarters nt Birmingham, Alabama, has been ftppointed superintendent of the Pittsburgh and Wheeling divisions of the Baltimore & Ohio, with headquartesr at Pittsburgh. Mr. Frazler was former- . ly superintendent of the Alabama Great Southern division of the Queen & Crescent route, tralnsmaster of the Ohio & Mississippi at Cine* natl (now a part of the Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern system), and Is considered one , of the beat equipped railroad men In the south. He Mils the vacancy caused by the resignation of M. B. Cutter. C\, L. & W. BOOMING. Master Car Builder F. H. Stark says that the Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling railroad 1s handling more cars than ever in the history of the road. "Every man in our employ Is working full time." The road Is handling 500 cars a day, and everything Is working up to the limit. Mr. Stark was asked when the company's new shops at Lorain WUUIU ?' milll, uuu Ii-uimivcu mm nicy tvero promised next spring. It Is thought, however, In railroad circles, that the new shops will be built during the wlhtcr, to bo in readiness for next spring's business. Greatest Silk variety at Snook & Co.'*. Read ad. ATTENTION stockmen! I carry n rull lint- of Dr. .Sloan's veterinary remedies. Ojive them a trial. "NVm. Schwertfegcr, 1116 Main street. SMALL pill. snfo pill, best pill. HeWitt's Little Early Risers cure biliousness, constipation, sick headache. Charles It. Ooetzc, Market and Twelfth streets; Chatham Sinclair, Forty-sixth and Jacob streets; A. H. Scheele, No. f.07 Muin street; Exley Tiros.. Penn and Zane streets; Howie & Co.. HrhlgeporLjl^ [> I To be Righ J You \1ast \ ONf or TMC MfsorNTHULIS T LIN IOTYPI MAOMINEB UOtO + ON TMI OAIIV INI ILLIQINCf N. | Ten Cents * f t stnt) in your ordi i'osial card oh I LOCAL B&EVITIEU Mailiri of Mluor Jlouicut In and Abo?t IhiCHr. Foraker and Danford this evening. Matinee at the Grand this afternoon. Grand to-night-~Payton'a comedy company. Roof painters are at work on the Schniulbaeh brewery. The Eighth ward hose reel was sent out. tor repairs ycsieraay, ana an express wagon will be used until it is repaired. A rule was issued yesterday for Ida Hlley, an Inmate of Bessie Derue's house, who failed to appear in yesterday's police court after being summoned. "Smoky Row," the East Wheeling tenderloin district, furnished two attendants for the police court last night. Their carousing was more than patience could bear, so Officers Knabe and HolpiftB summoned the patrol and seated in it two very drunken women, Mag Kayea and Ella ^jN'llson. AEOUT PEOPLE. Btraiigeri lu the City ouil Wheel Ing Folk A broml. O. L. Wilson, of Charleston, Is at the Windsor. Miss Laura Brown, of Parkersburg, is a guest of the Windsor. W, I'\ Brown and wife, of Moundsville, registered at the McLure yesterday. L. S. Neely and S. F. Sheakley, Mannington residents, were at the Howell yesterday. G. W. Pumphrey, of Miller, and J. hf. Garar, of Sistersville, are registered at the Stamm. Col. Hugh Sterling left for Grafton yesterday to Inspect De Molay commandery, K. T. Mrs. Edward Smith, of South Chapline street, Is spending a few days with friends in Morgantown. Dr. G. A. Aschman left yesterday to attend a meeting of the regents of the deaf and dumb and bUud asylum at Komney. Dr. M. W. Glass, of Eldersville, Washington county, Pa., was in the city yesterday, having been called here for consultation in an Important case. County Clerk Richard Robertson has returned from a ten days' fishing trip on the south branch of the Potomac. Mr. Robertson's companions were Messrs. William Stelle, Platoff Zane, Karl Adams and Lewis Steanrod. Ac..nr?iin?r to th? rniintv clerk the oartv had wonderful lurk, the catch reaching over l.ooo bass, the first day's catch being 1U2. _ COAL DEALERS MEET. A number of the local retail coal dealers mot In Squire Habexfleid's office last night, and discussed the benefits to be derived from a uniform selling price. All the dealers were not present, and nothing- outside of informal discussion was taken toward the formation of a "combine." One dealer stated after the meeting that unless a better and more enthusiastic could be secured at the next meeting a few weeks hence, the project would fall through. ARRIVED AT GIBRALTER Mr. II. F. Bchrens received a telegram from the New York agents of the North German line, announcing the safe arrival at Glbralter of the Kaiser WUhelm the Second yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. This Is of interest to Wheeling on account of the presence on board of Mr. W. P. Heiskell and party, and Mrs. Moffat, daughter and son. iv rr.i.mk* rdrrrtson'S office Yesterday In Clerk Robertson's office the following transfer of real estate was recorded: Deed made June 1, 1897, by H. F. .Volte and wife to Mary M. McConkey; ro:iHlder?tlon jr.OO; transfers a piece of land on Strobel'a run. Ohio county. A marriage license was Issued to Louis Rlchtor. aged .'12 years, and Lizzie Long, aged 2:1 fears, of Wheeling. DVERY f.irmer and stockman should keep Sloan's Liniment on hand for an emergency. Ask your neighbor and he will Ml you why. For s.\le by Wm Sehwertfeger, 1146 Main street. Snook A Co.'s Silk prices nJll surprise you (irninf Animal ICxriirilon. On Wednesday. October 20. the Wheeling & Lake Erie railway will run their annual excxursion to all points in Michigan located on the lines of the Ann Arbor, Detroit, Toledo & Milwaukee, and Flint & Tero Mnrquette railways. One fare for the round trip with return limit pood for any time within thirty days from date of sale. ' Take advantage of these remarkably low rates and long return limit anil visit your friends or relatives In Michigan. Remember this Is not an excursion to any particular point, but to any point In Michigan to which you may wish ti go. located on the above linos nnd at a very low rnte of fare. Consult Wheeling & Lake JSrio agents for particulars. SLOAN'S LINIMENT and Horse R?. modles. for sale by Wm. Schwertfegcr | 1140^ Ma in street. ' J t up to Date lave the Wheeling Daily Intellige Per Week.*^*^ Ml the New rom Every ERS At ONCI; BV ll.tM'IIONI- 822. TICKED UP OX BROADWAY. A True Incident.?A woman was picked up In the street in an uncoinc dition and hurried to flie ueurefit hospital. On examination her body wy joa . to be covered with sores caused by the hyppdtTWlO injection of morphine. This mere wreck of a woman had once held an honorable ami luerv in this way? Hire,as pS strange that a woman like tlm on' so highly educated,"and so well placed, should hiuj^ Tiir pended on morphine, instead of seeking a radical cnrc. There is no excuse for any woman who suffers?she need not go withon' help. Mrs. Pinkhain stands ready to help any woman ; her address j, Lynn, Mass. Write to her; It will cost you nothing. In the meantime g(ll bottle oV Lydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ?t the neuiest <]?. store. The following letter from one of your sisters will encourage you: Mils. llKKTHA Leukiun, No. 1 Uric St., 27th Ward, 1'ltUburg, IV, to Mrs. Pinkhftm: "I can hardly tind words with which to thank you fa, what you have done for me. 1 suffered nearly seven years with backatb, and sideache, leucorrhoca, and the worst forms of womb troublus. " Dootora failed to do mo any good. I have taken four bottles of T.ydj, ? Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and one box of Liver Pills, and uwd ?? package of Sanative Wash, and now can say I ain well and have bern skij. ily gaining flesh; am stouter utid heartier now than I bare been l? years. I am recommending your Vegetable Compound to my friends. Aj,i, I thank you for the good health 1 am enjoying." THE NEW TIV WILL. \ THD8TBE SALES. r. ? ? -. A ,1 rL! (V.n n 1 I .11.-',,. n^R 11R1 M l."H KAT.W ~~~ ^UUirUl-lS uri l"i inc nu'nijumi ... ? "a / Hy virtue of a deed of trust made by fa. Yesterday work wan commenced on the chcl R. Lippincott to the untW^ned u , . . . , 1. . trustee, bearing date May 4. lK9a an<i ? foundation for the tin house for the ??c- record In the derk's ofllce of the rounft ond hlu tin plate work, to ho built at the Laughlln mills In the upper end of Mar- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER n. v?r tin's Ferry. The contract was yesterday commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. procetito awarded for the brick work to McGrana- |*? at Public auction In the city of Wh*. _ .. . ,,,, Ing, at tho front door of th? court houtet' gan & Faulkner, of Wheeling. Ohio county, West Virginia, th* followi-j Tntten & llore of Flttaburrh. have described property, that to tay: it, lot ten At wow, oc i iiunurKn, na> undivided one-eleventh (1-11) of all ,L the contract for the main buildings anil certain tract of land on Woods' run ir a" of the machinery The new mill proper *111 be built of iron ana steel, ?ho jn u northeasterly direction from the eta main building measuring .204x300 feet, of Wheeling, commonly known oi thi one half of which will be paved with "Gregg form," and containing three hueirnn dred and eighty-five (888) acres, and whir: TH,? nnn> Hn ni'it* ttwkq win stiirt with far,n tB now ln 11,0 occupancy of John w The new tin plate works win start u mi Ntcho,B nH tenant, and which farm li r?r six hot mills, annealing furnaces, shears, ?f the land which Hugh 'Nichols die! electric travelling cranes, etc., and every- seised and possessed, for a fuller deicrtpthing will be strictly up to date. Tho big tlon of which reference Is mud* to ttt tin house, assorting house, ware house, (Hp?"r,Malhnpfttq ar? holler house . and electric plant will he mSJ.'hrt rfl nha th? r^,,? may ?&? built <?f brick. The boiler room will be pay In cash on the nay of sale, the balann GOxfiO feet and the tin house will be an I< of tho purchase money In two equal Inshaped building tiO feet wide and 1R7 feet stallments payable respectively at six irj lonsr one wav and 244 feet the other way eighteen months from the day of i?> 10"*0"? fi^nUhed the m-V wU,? Interest from that day. for eachcf Totten & Hogg furnished nil the mn- Whlch deferred installments the purchase; terialfl and machinery for the present tin nhall give IiIh negotiable promissory ncrl plate works and the firm which has re- hearing interest from th? day of sale u ccived the contract for the brick work aforesaid, the title to tho property beir.c Is doing the work at the LaHelle. retained until tho payment In full of th. TO CI'RK A I'OLD IN 0,K. V ^ '* "MKMBII. Tru.^ Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tnblets vwrkm All rlriKfcrlnta refund tho monev If It fulls KLjAIj towS-SE FOR, SALE GO TO William Schwertfesor's, the TJ"it desirable two story aeven roomd \vid<> 'iivikt* flriifffflsl for Dr Furl coHhro at Sr Maryland street. A roo-1 lowide-awake jiruggist, iorDr, l-,arl catlou tor a home. Convenient in all U? 9. Sloan's great horse remedies-Quick details, and will bo sold at a good barfiia Cure. Colic Cure and Worm and Tonic If taken at onoe. Powders. Boomed dwelling houso at 171 Fourm t*enth street, tor |l,19Q?that Is for houw ... ..... ... . , and lot, the wholo property. ' I was troubled with that dreadful The modern and splendid property at *1 disease railed dropsy; swollen from South Penn street, will sell as a whole or head to foot. Burdock's Blood Hitters divide. Dwelling with ground fronting on has completely cured me. It is a ^>5!in?<ir l,u] ,,ot Routing 0,1 Broadway, most wonderful medicine." Joseph Building lots PHerlck, Llnwood, Ont. MONEY TO LOAN. = C3-. O. SMITH, Exchange Dank Building l "rnhT?, r?| No. 211 Sixteenth street 11*# u I - // I 1 I X^ntl No. 71 Seventeenth Btreet, 2(1 floor i v ivlv C)vJPjif No. 11 Twentieth street V *. i|f//J U vAST / VM' No. 23 Twentieth Btreet, 2d Moor 1 * (if/ i w MWl No. 23(HJ Jacob street, 1st floor ?' \i:L^ ! J ViV \1| No- 21' Thirty-third street, 3 rooms... ' \IlO llll fyyJC stl\+hS */ No. 2211 Main street, 2d floor ? < l'l ^ I rLI ^ ^ ^ fl?or 1?" ) V\ J il No. L'fiSO ii I ley 2 rooms SY ItVVf iWV* 'rkr^&sjf-' A' No. 3f?27 Chapllne street, 2 rooms 4< ! No. KilO Main street, store room K7 l%t^\ / / \ vfeA' l* No. 1R22 Main street, store room 1714 r- v^wA No. 1014 Main Btreet. 4 rooms and eelS >.V . * ,'jwA lar. both pases and hot water l" y \ >?TW* Stable 1M6 alley 13 <' ^ ' ;'r* \\ No. 3.17 Main street. 7 rooms, both V gases, now paper and paint IHJJ v No. 127 Fourteenth street 2SjJ No. 12!? Fourteenth street 8* Artistic Time Pieces. & nlllJllu 11UIU 1 IuuUji 3-roomed hmise Manchester coai prop* We ean show you an assort- erty, east of Mt. do Chantnl 5 J ment of Clocks that will make you wish .S-roomed house Plensant Valley . ... }? you had enough rooms to hold them. Clock No. 2342 Market street, blacksmith prices are usually high?ours are Just shop right. FOR SALE. 100 acre farm for $2,500. Will exchange f?? city property. John Becker & Co., ifr?MK5.*&; rf ' houso and orchard v. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. Ny. tin lllnh irtrjot.. ' 3SSt Jacob sir..,, Wheeling, ,V. Va. l"'"1 1?"d <'rMm No. 4T-2 nnd 454 National Road. No. Pi2f> McColloch street. . . Kn. w, Sovonteenth sln.pt, JAMES A. HENRY. A Refil Kstato Agent. Collector, Notir? Public and Pension Attorney, No 1 T ' M'ti" ' tiaot. | . FOR SKLE1 NORTH MAIN STREET LOT. A We offer for sale 2."?, 45 or 50 feet frnntlflt A on North Main street with a depth ol 12! 4 feet to an alley. 9 4 This property Is In the most d IraM* $ location In the city, .lust tho spot for J ono wishing to build a nlco residence Money to Loan on Real Estate, J RINEHART & TATUM. J Telephone 2I<>. City Bonk Hiiililinq ^ t DENTISTRY, _ ? b q ^ r e worthen, DENTIST. t Pc.tbody Building, Room No. 30b 4 1126 Market Street,.. . Wheollnq, W > 4 MM" I I I V 4I"H , A fUBSTAPRANT XWD QAM ? lilifwiOWAM RtSIAlRANr AND C*U. 140*1 NAIIKKT ^THKM. A Y Warm meals served In their bout A a i B-tt rv Dlniil* rooms cosy and minis. A 1 ' '..7. \ m / ft am 1 ordii eookliiK, nnd pt 1< ira?onnl' ' f* I II jl j a T le.'tauiaiii ilinl provides f'1"' ? ? B bnrtlcs' lilid Menllelneirs DlnlliK Ar1, Kiitrance mi Kourttenth sttcei. .. . T Merchanls' Hot l.uiich dully. 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