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* Y3TEELING. SEPTEMBER 20. 1000.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
For President, I
For Vice President.
Of New York.
3ENS0N B. McMECHEN.
Ot Marshall County.
J. R LEWIS.
Of Kanawha County.
O. V/. O. H A It DMA X, of Tyler Co.
N. G. KEIM. of Randolph Co.
J. L. BEERY, of Fayette Co.
T. B. McCLURE. of Wayne Co,
R D. DOVENER. of Ohio Co.
ALSTON' G. DAYTON, of Barbour Co.
JOSEPH IL GAINES, of Kanawha Co.
JAMES A. HUGHES, of Cabell Co.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
ALBERT B. WHITE of Wood Co.
ARNOLD C. SC11ERH, of Mineral Co.
TETER SILMAN, of Kanawha Co.
For Supt. of Schools.
T. C. MILLER, of Marion Co.
For Attorney General.
ROMEO H. FREER, of Ritchie Co
Judges Supreme Court.
_ raNRY jiRANNON.^of Lowla Co.
U?.U. I'Ur V'f,.\IIAlSUW?i VI Aiuoun V.U
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
SAMUEL GEORGE. Sr..
Of Brooke County.
House of 'Delegate*.
S. G. SMITH.
GEORGE A. LAUGHLJN
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
Sheriff?D. H. TAYLOR
Prosecuting Att'y?FKANK "\V. NESBITT.
Asseiwor (City)?ADDISON ISRAEL
A<i?e?*or (Country)?LESTER SMITH.
County Surveyor?ROBERT HAZLETT.
-Philippine Commission's Beport.
The cable report of the operations of
the Philippine commission to he found
In another column of this Issue, Is an
interesting document, and thoroughly
punctures the claims of the Bryanltes
and anti-Imperialists as to the capacity
of the Filipino masses for self-government
The report says that the mass
of people have an aptitude for education,
but is ignorant, superstitious and
credulous to a remarkable degree. The
commission confirms the well authenticated
reports of the inspiration the
Filipino leaders derive from Bryan and
-w- T.- trnafllitv
Ull' XVilllCOS VII/ luuuilll.
against Americans was originally
aroused by the absurd falsehoods of wnscrupulous.leaders,
and It has been aggravated
by Bryan's assertion* as to
what he would do were he elected President?that
Is.immediately call Congress
in extra session for the purpose of hauling
down the flag and beating an Ignominious
retreat from the Islands.
In spite of all these obstacles the
commlsslop reports that It has made
considerable headway In pacifying
many neighborhoods and Instituting
stable government In a largt! number of
localities. Nearly all of the prominent
Filipino generals anil politician." have
surrendered and made themselves
amenable to the authority of the Untied
States by taking the oath of allegiance.
This has been brought about by the
policy of leniency culminating in th?;
proclamation of amnesty. But this progress
has been slightly checked toy-the
defining of the political Issues in this
country, some of the Insurgent olHc<rs
remaining under arms In the hope that
Bryan will be clected and his policies
So far as military operations are concerned
they are confined to wandering
bands of insurgents, who keep up a
guerilla warfare. These bands terrorize
the people by cutting out tongues,
cutting off limbs, burying alive, murder
and plunder. These are the people
that Walling W,uiiam Bryan Is *hed..
nounces The "oppression" of this government.
He la buoying up these murderous
barbarians with his slanderouri
attacks on the administration's policy
and holding out a hope to them by his
promises to scuttle out of the islands in
case he ia chosen President. To turn
over the Islands to a coterie of Tagalog
politicians would blight the fair prospects
of the enormous improvement of
the people and the development of the
country, drive out capltai, make life
and property insecure, banish by fear of
cruel jjroscrlpilon a large body of-conservative
Filipinos who have aided the
Americans in*the well-founded.belief
that their people are not now fit for ,
self-government. It would also rein- '
troduce the same oppression and corruption
which existed in all the provinces
under the Malolos insurgent gov- ,
ernment dtirlngjthe eight months of Its i
control. Under these circumstances
will the American people vote to leave
these unfortunate people to such a fate?
We do not believe they will.
The Young Man in Politics.
Mr. Bryan the other day took for his
text'of a rather sophistical discourse,
"Is the young man, Ab?alom, saffc?"
We think we can asure Walling William
that he Is perfectly secure In associating
his fortunes and his future with
Ihe Republican party. The young man
of to-Uny is progressive, and naturally
he will support that party whose policies
are Intelligent and In harmony with
the progress of events. There is nothing,
absolutely nothing In the Bryanite
party to attract, and everything to repulse
him. In the Republican party the
young man, Absalom, would be perfectly
safe. To afiillate with Bryanocracy
he might as well select a lot In a graveyard
and order his tombstone.
To show the trend of the young man's
political sympathies In thesr* times we
quote from the communication of a correspondent
of the New York Times, who
At a performance at Keith's theatre,
which 1 attended Saturday afternoon. Mr.
McKInley and Mr. Bryan were referred to
in a song. The mention of Mr. 13ry-.
a.n'5 name elicited some applause, that of
Mr. McKlnley's called forth about three
times the volume. Later In the performance
the b'.orraph Introduced us to both
?f the candidates. Mr. Bryan was fairly
well greeted, while Mr. McKInley was
received with a storm of applause. I observed
that the young men constituted a
iarge proportion of the audience. This
iemonstratlon In favor of President McKInley
Is significant. It Is one of those
straws which show which way the political
wind Is blowing.
I trust and believe that the young men
sf our state and of the whole country are
rallying around the standard of Found
money and national Integrity, now before
us, where all the world may see the Increasing
lustre of Its. stars, by William
McKInley. whoae first administration will
po down In history as one of tho greatest
in the nation's annals.
To fortify the contentions of the Intelligencer
that the Republican party
holds open the only door a young man
snouiu enier we lay oeiore mo young
man Absalom" of to-day the admirable
appeal addressed to him by Senator Elkins
In his speech at the Charleston
convention. On that occasion Senator
"Young men about to make choice of
political associations for life, upon
whom serious responsibilities must soon
rest, you worthy descendants of the
bold Cavllliers, who fought their way
against savages from the valley of Virginia.
to the top of the Alleghenies and
down to the Ohio river to escape a
slaveholdlng aristocracy and to hold
and occupy the fair land now embraced
in our mountain state, and young men
who have come among us to make their
homes and help develop our great resources
and share in our wealth and
prosperity. 1st ma ask you to pause awl
think before deciding.
Don't belong to a party which looks
backward, living In the past and keeping
companionship with tombstones
that mark dead Issues, while always
opposing the present and progressive
ldras. Don't belong to a party whose
hope of success keeps alive a rebellion
against our authority on our own soli.
Don't belong to n. party whose succvss
many of Its friends admit would Impair
confidence, destroy business, injure the
national credit, reduce the prcsen;
value of property from thirty to fifty
per cent, lessen opportunity for employment,
reduce wages and give the
country hard times Instead of prosperity.
Don't belong to a party which welcomes
and musters under Its banners
the disappointed, discontented, the enemies
of law and order, of the courts and
of protection to property. Don't make
your home In a party that stirs up strife
between labor and capital in order to
get votes, when they should be as good
friends as man and wife.
Don't belong to a party that has no
lofty purposes, no high Ideals, no great
national policies, no vitalising principles
that uplift the people, giving them
a bettter civilization, and sending the
nation forward on higher planer.Don't
belong to a party whoso only
remedy In the last campaign for the
business distress It had brought on the
country was inflation and thp payment
of debts in a debased currency, which
rVin'l tit ? nnrfv irhlrh rivet
our home market to foreigner*, favors
a debased currency, lncreawrs the public
debt, and bankrupts tho treasury in
tlmo of ponce, when the Republican
party, which stands for protection,
prosperity, the gold standard, and reduces
the public debt in peace nnd war,
Is so near at hand, has the door wide
open, and will Rive you a cordial welcome
to its ranks."
The Wheeling Dam,
The Intelligencer conKratulates Captain
Dovener In being: able to confound
his political critics, and those people
who have been disposed to make light of
services in Congress, by pointing to the
culmination of the measures preliminary
to the building of the dam in the
Ohio river at McMechen. Yesterday th.*
Intelligencer stated that the title deeds
for th? site of the dam and locks had
been approved by the attorney general
of the United States and the secretary
of war ar.d that they had been forwarded
for record In the clerk's olllcc at '
aiounnnviue, nnu inai inp surw agreed
upon w1H be paid Immediately to th<*
partle* the government purchased the
Whnt h better Ktlll the Intelligence:1r
reliably Informed that th?* engineer j
In charge of the work will soon advertise
for bid* for the work and that b.- :
fore next spring n large number of nv.-n
will find employment, or rather the
government will have to find the men, 1
for In these Republican times the work ]
is seeking the man. and not the man the :
work, as in the soup house Cays of
Cleveland's- administration. Captain
Dovener deserves well of his constltuents
for his untiring teal in behalf of
this great Improvement, and we trust
that his detractors will be honest ard
give him due credit for what he has accomplished
and make some reparation
for their injustice by voting for him. so
that,his majority may be In the nature
ofa substantial,endorsement of his service*
to the people of the First district.
As to abater Davis.
The Intelligencer, the duy before Hon.
Webster Davis spoke at the "Wheeling
Park Casino, charged that lie hnd rereived
money from President Kruger. In
his Address, Mr. Davis chalU ngeU proof
of the charge, and announced that he
would be nt the "Windsor hotel until 10:22
Che following morning to meet anyone
upon the subject. The Intelligencer Old
not respond. No representative of that
paper undertook to substantiate the assertion
The Intelligencer charged nothing of
the kind. All It did to arouse the Ire
of the vacillating Missourlan was to
print in Its telegraph columns an Associated
Press dispatch which detailed the
charge made In England, and In the
same dispatch there was a denial from
Boer sources. The same dispatch came
to the Register office, but we do not remember
that it printed It. Mr. Davis
having no peg to hang his hat on welcomed
this charge as un opportunity to
turn on his lava-like flow of vituperation.
- Again we reiterate, the Intelligence
never editorially charged Mr.
Davis with accepting money from the
Boers. Those people were too Intelligent
vu uciicvu' mat iur. i-?avis tuuiu u? uitii
cause any good, and Mr. Davis exaggerates
bis importance, in attemper#
to make himself a martyr in this respect.
No Intelligent man can take Mr.
Davis seriously after examining his record.
"We regret to have disappointed
the Register as well as Mr. Davis In
not meeting him at the Windsor hotoi
In this city. It was quite unfortunate
at that time that our fighting editor
was engaged In burying one of his victims,
a duty he could not neglect, even
to make a new grave for Webster.
Here you aro Mr. Bryan. "What are
you going to say about this? As a
strict constructionist, ex-Congressman
Outhwalte scores a telling point by asking
Mr. Bryan to point out the provision
in the constitution which authorizes the
use of men and money to establish a
protectorate over alien nations and
governments. The Democracy wis
founded as the party of strict construction,
and must either discard its pet
theory of government or pronounce Mr.
Bryan's plan an unconstitutional one.
Think of the moral turpitude of a
man like Croker, who is now denying
that he owns any stock in tho ice trust:
"ttis assertion, says tne .\aw xorK
Times, "that there was no collusion between
Tammany Hall and the Ice Trust
will not deceive anybody who knows
that the mayor of the city Is now before
the governor to answer for complicity
In furthering the objects of the
trust that may cost him his cilice."
The Cincinnati Times Star puts this
hot shot at John Pardon Ak;cUl? Bryan's
anarchistic leader in Illinois:
"Wonder how warmly Altgeld welcomed
Olney back to the fold7 It was tlf.s
same Olney who advised th?. sending of
troops to Chicago, over the protest uf
Governor Altgeld. 'Militarism' was
then to Olney's liking." It also, by the
way. shows.the Inconsistency of Olney's
Ex-Congressman Pendleton's attack
on the protective tariff was somewhat
strained In the light of the present
prosperity compared with the soup
house times of the Wilson-Gorman
monstrosity. If the weather continues
favorable we shall expect Mr. Pendleton
to trot out his famous "vamplrej, that
feed and fatten on the ruins of a decayed
A correspondent of the Register comniir
frw sIIvpp frinnrl Willl.nn
Kincaid, of Cameron, to Mlltiades. We
think Clnclr.natus would have beon
more pleasing to William, but were he
Miltlndes, Clnclnnatus of Jchosaphat
and nominated for Congress his name
eventually would have been Dennis.
"If there Is anyone who believes the
gold standard Is a good thing, or that
It must be maintained, I warn hire not
to oast his vote for me, because I promise
him It will not be maintained In this
country longer than I am able to get
rid of it."?William Jennings Bryan, at
Ilnoxville, Tenn., September 10, 1S96
Bryan In his speech at Kansas City
said the worklngmen had something
else besides stomachs. They had
brains. They have William, they have
for a fact, and that Is the reason they
won't vote for you.
"Until the money question Is fully anil
Anally settled, the American people will
not consent to the consideration of any
other Important question."?William
Jennings Bryan's letter of acceptance,
The betting odds on McKlnley in
New York are two nnd a half to one.
Croker, so far, has bet ISO,000 to J225.00C
that Bryan will be elected.
Tammany Hall is assessing the
brothels and saloons of New York city
to stfell the Democratic campaign fund
While we are having delightful
weather the parched ground Is suffering
Dollivcr at Fairmont.
Special Dlxpatch to the IntclUscncr.
rAllWUU.M, *>. vu., ocpi. IJ.? LIW
Republicans held a large and enthusiastic
meeting here to-night, which was
addressed by Victor H. Do] liver, of
Iowa. Judge H. C. McDougal. of Kanpas
City, a native or this county, presided
and Introduced the speaker.
Tire in Manchester Postofllce.
LONDON*. Sept. I?.?Fire in the
Manchester postofllce to-day destroyed
the telegraphic department and telegrams
destined for ^Janohejitcr had to
be forwarded from Liverpool by train.
In addition to the damage done to the
postofllce, two houses were destroyed.
ONE of nature's remedies; cannot
harm the weakest constitution: never
fails to cure vummer complaints of I
young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of1
Wild Strawberry. 4 j
Marriage is said to be an equal partnership.
But the kind of a one-sided partner- j
cd than* in
flllsifl joys and
yNjS^jjS halve his sorrpv.V
/j That's what is expected
jQt tofeggfl of a xrife, and the wonm3I
dcr of the world is that
^3 8 Sp^^l 8^ie comcs s? closely'to
t 1 *??*' expectation. For, as a
* rule from the time of
marriage omvard, - her bexjy is daily
drainea of streugth and .her mind daily
burdened by cares. She lies on the
couch, her back' aching, from female
trouble, and gets up and puts on a smiling
face to meet her husband.
Marriage can only be an equal partnercYii?tw>i?*n
drains and struma of mar
tied life of the woman can be replaced
by the perfect health of the, delicate
womanly organs. No woman 'need suffer
with inflammation, ulceration, debilitating
drains or female trouble. There's
an absolute cure for all these in Doctor
Tierce's Favorite Prescription. /It makes
life a pleasure, does away witn morning
sickness, and makes the baby's advent
easy and almost painless.
"J had bees a aurfrrer from uterine trouble for
about three to:?, hiring two misearriaj^s in
tratline, and the doctjm said I would Have to
Si through an operation before I could give
rih ts children," writes' Mr*. Blanche IJ.
Kvans, of Parroya, Lttxera* Co., Pa^ flax
" XVhrr. about to give up in dejpoir I ?aw the ?1Tertisenient
of Dr. Fierce'! medicine aad
thoajrht I vrculd fnre It a tria! a* a" last retort. I
booght a tcUleof Dr. Pierce'i Favorite "Prescription,
and'alter talari* it felt better than I
had for year*. After tntinjefour ?nd one-hall
beetles I sire birth'to a bricht baby rUI ^rho is
cow jbor aoatla old aad his act had a dry of
14 Favorite Prescription " contains no
alcohol, whisky or other intoxicant.
Nothing else is "just as good." Refuse
all substitutes. Ii you go for- Dr.
Pierce's, get Dr. Pierce's.
STATE PRESS GLEANINGS.
Hon. A. B. "White Is making one of
the greatest campaigns for governor
the ticket ever witnessed In the history
of the state.?Roane Record.
What beauty Is revealed to us as Nature
puts on her Autumn garments.
The "West Virginia hills are never
more beautiful than at this season of
the year.?Morgantown Post
The Democratic press Is having
spasms because Judge Freer said In a
spet'Lu nidi ne wu? ii caimiuuie jor mtorney
general, and that they could do
Just as they pleased about voting for
him, as he had arrived at a stage In his
life when he did not care whether he
was elected or not. This sounds incredible
to the people of the Bryan stripe.
The average Democratic politician
would as soon think of losing his immortal
crown as to be forced out of office.?Ravens
History does not record a single Instance
in which American people ever
went back on an administration during
a war period. And, should the American
people go back on the present administration,
It will be a new and unheard
of precedent. "We are In a war,
or rather a rebellion, growing out of the
Spanish-American war, into which the
country was driven by the Democratic
party, aided by the more warm-headed
and less discreet Republicans. The
American people ought to know enough
of the country's history to be undeceived,
whea it comes to negotiating
terms of peace. Time will adjust present
differences, provided some new experiments
are not to be tr!ed.?Calhoun
Poem from Bismarck.
That Bismarck was waiting for Governor
Roosevelt is evidenced by the following
little poem by Foley, of the Bismarck
Tribune, sent to birr. und?r the title of
'The Fall Raund-up:"
Rldln 'across the continent, our Teddy's on
He's got sagebrush In his haversack an'
cactus In his ha!:'.
He's out a-brandln' mavericks that's running
on the range;
He'll bring 'cm Into camp or y' may Mow
ifs mighty strange.
T" can hear the boy? a-shoutln'; y* can
see the cloud of dust.
Y' can hear the cry a-going' up: "To
Washington or bust."
So clear th' way for Teddy, he Is bound to
letch up there.
For th" round-up wagon's started, and
our Teddy's on a tear.
Ride the rar.res carcful, boys; our Teddy's
on th' tramp.
Populists and Democrats, an* bring 'em
i Jnto canrp;
Ones or twot: or thrco-ycar-olds, every
kind of breed:
Watch the lenders careful, boys, an' don't
let 'em stampede
Round 'cm un ur.d drive 'cm In. evorv
Teddy's goln' to orate, an* they've all not
Steady, boys, now head "em so. That's
right: now hold 'em there;
The round-up wagon's started, and our
Teddy's on a tear.
See that little maverick that's follerln',
See there, now. Teddy's roped him, an'
he's goln' to tie him down.
Truss his legs together? sort of shorton up
Th' ain't no Hvln* tenderfoot can folk-r
Hear that big feller bellerln': that's Hryan.
Sf' him scoot
When Teddy swings his lariat, th* ornery
See 'em break end scatter for th* open
ground, th 'pair;
Oh, th' got to hunt th* timber when our
Teddy's on a tear.
State o' Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss..
Frank J. Cheney makes cath tbfit he
Is senior partner of the firm of .F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo. County and State Hfor??
said, and that said firm tvlU- pay :h?
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and .very case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of D?cem- j
t... * n icci!
"\scai)~ ' A. W. GLEASON
Notary Public. |
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Hall's Family pjlls arc the best.
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I Rough Dry Washed. Starched and
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TWO NIOHTS. SEPT. 24 AND 25.
The Newest Thing in Slsht, Isham's Invigorating
Greater than the Famous "Octoroons"
In their palmy days. Ar. absolutely
original three-act musical farce comedy,
carefully presented by an extensive i
register of leading colored artists, head- ?
ed by the famous star, Billy Kersands. 1
Prices? L'flC, 25c and 50c. Seat sale
opens Saturday. . sel?
Wednesday Evening, Sept. 26.
Tho Astonrjder of All Nations; Present- 1
ins Mans* Extraordinary Novelties in
the Magic Art. A Series of New and
Btnrtilns Illusions Invented by the
GREAT KETLLAR. and Surpassing ,
Anything: Hitherto Accomplished. New
Magic. New Conceits. New Illusions,
New Mysteries. New and Original Dis- 5
covcrles in the Realm of the Marvelous. c
Prices?25c. 50c. 75c and 11.00. Seat rale
opens Tuesday morning at the Opera ;
House bo;c office. &eJ) *
Q.RAXD OPERA HOUSE. ?
Three nights and Saturday matinee, 5
commencing Thursday. September 2>.
Last Season's Big Success.
A RAG TIME RECEPTION. j
All Star Cast. New, Pleasing Specialties.
Night prices, 15. 25. Z and 50 .rents.
Matinee prices. 15. 2^ and ? cents. rel7
/ TWELFTH ANNUAL I *
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/ Italy's Greatest Musical Organization. I
C Sept. 5ih to 15th. }
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f Sept. 24th t> 29th, and Oct 15th tc 2Sib. J ?
< Damrosch's New York ;
/ Symphony Orchestra, \ j
) Walter Damrtich. Conductor. f
% 60 plcce*. Oct lit to 13th. \
S NEY/ ATTRACTIONS. / ^
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I JI 111 l\C. I , EDUCATED HORSE. I c
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C A DAY IN THE ALPS. /
/ THE CRYSTAL MAZE. \ E
) Philadelphia Commercial Museum, (
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\ ADMISSION 25 CENTS. } '
C Ono Faro forthe Round Trip on S C
j all Railroads. / >
PUEITAN GAS EANGES.
PURITAN GAS RANGES. ]
Gas ranees arc supplantlnc coal In most \i
up?to-?!nte kitchens. At the striko of a ?
match you ran boll or broil, bake or fry ?
roast or u-nst. heat water for thu entire ?
no use with &
PURITAN GAS RANGE.
It will do all lhat any caal ranjrc can do, c
and da It qu(ckcr and cheaper. Xo dirt. *<
Occupies small ypace. Closed oven?no 11
fumes from burning c*3. Bakes perfectlv. J:
Call and examine them. ;?
nesb1tt & bro , ?
1312 Market St. Jj
ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS.
..xlbany dentists... i
S. B. CALDWELL, Manager. n
No. (036 Main St., Corner Steel Bridge. J;
OVER DKL'G STORE. |>
Gold Crovj an I b
Bridge Work. tl
ffifl [ ! vfjX VVSVWVWWVW
C0L1) nL1 INGS'
' *? and Sunday?.
/"iHKATEST FACILITIES VOU THE
V.T 1'rotnpt Completion or Orders at the ?i
lutejltscaictr Job Fxtntlns O&co. *
WANTED ? A GOOD H01!SRT<V
HOUSE canmaer to ttll Tea, CoS
unit Baklnc Powder: bit ini)j?a,S
Irtven to customer* and * very m*r?l
mlMion to the attent: fc.small bond t,
quired. Call or addreij-QREAT ATU v"
TIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO., Grar.d(?
tral Hotel, or S3 Market jtrwt, \yv'T
InK. W. Va
with stick pin. Something net
and ornamental. Only 10:, at
List's Drug Store,
1010 Main Street. '
Mrs. W. S. Hutchlns
will give Instruction on the Pi?aQ ?0
a limited number of pupil* at htr
residence, No. 310 Main ttrett, con.
roenclnK the tlryt wfok in September
Arrangementn Qan be made by
ln? or through the ra&U, b;riani?r
Monday. September 3.
pAHD OF THANKS
NVe hereby tender our heartfelt thuAi
to Rov. A. W. Werdcr und ihe Sl JanM
Oorman EvanRellcal lAith*r*n rw
Choir, the Magnolia Sotfal, Wfa?e?u
Butchers' Association, and the officers and
members of Excobilor Lodge. A. 0. U. w
lor the kindness shown.during the Mc?
ness. and at the funeral of our husband
MRS. LOTTIE BAYHA AND FAMff.T
PITTSBURGH, WHEKLINV, 4 KRN".
TUCKY BAlLROAD COMPiLNrT
PITTSBURGH. Pa., Sept. 20, uqq.
The undersigned, trustees .under tht
First Mortgage of the Pittsburgh. WheelIng
& Kentucky Railroad Company, dated
October 6. 1877. hereby give notice thit
they have on hand lo.ClO.W applicable to
the purchase of first mortgage bonds ?.
cured by said mortgage, for the purpoie
)l the Sinking Fund provided thereunder
Proposals will be received, until Octobct
3. 190Q, for the sale to thetn of ?,(#) 0f
W. P. HCBBARD.
S. B.. LIGGETT,"
Ee3Mh ; Trustfret'
'When Greek Meets Greek"
trouble begins, but
when a man mteti a
shirt/collar or cu3
1,0116 UPat th* White i
A2iV'* VCK Swan Laundry bt '
S-L'rft* J_jfflj&S knows that all of hJi |
trouble? In .tcdiac
*he r'?ht "Pot to
?i ' havc hls Unen done
up have ceased, tor
you can't match tie
^v.^vs _ work done here la
this town. Laundry
jvork is our business, and we make It,
lur business to do work syefc as no other
aundry can compete with-; .
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY,
Tclcohonc 560. 30-32 Tenth St.
F- R. SCROGGINS. Pron.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
FOR RENT NOW.
1 fine office room." most desirable a?4
rheap, In Masonic Temple. Including light,
ioat and janitor service.
1 store room. 20W Main street.
SI,MO for the two-story brick dwelling70
Main xlrett, ' rooms; lot S^xlTT feet.
$2,500 for two-story brici No. SlI Market ?
itreet, frame cottage of 4 room?'In rear 6
for frame dwelling. S room?, rooj
:ellar; ^ acre of ground: small fruit* of
ill kinds: near Elm Grore; 5 nbuW
valk from motor line.
Tlie Kcnney air- brewery property. *ttlj
I welling house and stable*. la oflercd for
(ale for one week.
1 building lot. Park View. 60x159. f/O.
A grocery business, with posto3!c? mi
eal estate. National road and rcllroai
itatlon: a fine chance for someone.
1 building lot on Llnd street. J3CL
C. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
Wheeling Vf. Ya.
r;Love at Sight."
tas no equal. ' If you see irui
uade of it you will buy no ctic.
For sale at
i. f. behrens co:s, i
2217 Market Street.
Co. GO North Front street JUS Bj
Co. 21 Maryland street.... ....131 g
Co. LI23 Charles street. 3 room* ** H
Jo. 251S Main street, 3 rooms. 5* g
:o. 250$ Main street SM m
Co. 312 Main street. 2 rooms I
;o. 32 Sixteenth street, cellar M* E
Co. 350 Market street, for business g
and dwelling w? |
Co. 4 Crescent Place ?. Eg
:o. 1123 Charles street. M
,ot in Belvedere addition ? ? B
Co. 21 Maryland street ! ?? g
Co. 25 Fifth street F.;
round 60 feet square on Eighteenth H
street ' ?** y
-roomed house on Main street l^f R
Co. 22 Sixteenth street, store room.
} rooms and cellar will be sold cheap
if sold In the next 30 days.
;tor?? room and five rooms, brick K
building, a good location, with an K
old established trade, for ftfe
Co. 2S3? Main street, a full lot. cor- J
nor Twemy-Ksin anu Jimn s?i?u,
/Ot on South Front streets l."X H
Co. 92 Main street IS* B
Co. 442 Main street iW HS
'orner lot on Fifteenth street- K
Co. 0) North. Front street... R$
Co. W Seventeenth street if Rj
Co. Z2 Sixteenth street, store roora
and 10 rooms.
JAMES A. HENRY. |
teai Estate Agent. Collector. Noun Em
Public and Pension Agent. No. W Kg
Muln street. __________ raj
^orn Graters. SEASON.
Our Corn Graters forprt- Kg
paring sweet corn I or g
stewing, fritters, e(~
f You Haven't One,
'ou Need One
iEO. V. JOHNSON'S SONS, 1
1210 Main Street.
CRL'STBK-S SALE OF VALUAB^ |g
CENTRE WHEELING PROEBRI*; R
iiy virtue of a dwl of trus>t naae W M
ohn P. O'Mallcy to me. a* trust**. ?**' HI
ir date'lhe.Sth day of February. A. ?? B
tW. and recorded In the oflice of 'he ae? gj
the county court 01 unio cuuuU<
Irglnla. in Deed of Turst Boole No- &. M
ago fiCO, I will, on
ATL'UDAY, THE JCth PAY OF OCTO- H
BBR. A. D. ]>".
otmnenclnp at 10 o'clock a. m.. proc-t^ Kg
> sell at public auction, at th<* nortJJ H
font door or the court hou?e of wU B
>\ Jn wild city of Wheeling, the folio*"; gf
}K described part or parrel'of th? K-. B
o. .7$ in Chapllne and Eo.Ts addition ? H
ud city, to-wft: Berfnninc at tho nor'?"
ast corner of ?ald lot No. .U ninnltf Eg
to nee westward o.n the line of TK>ntj" B
lord street Si feet; thtnee southward *** H
aralfe! with .Vein stmr :i fr-t: ^f3rf H
-it*iward and parallel with said Twatt M
drd strict 61 f??*?t to Main <str*t. B
:ioncr north wan! and parallel ^Ith *5? B
trw-t ?1 Jeer, more or less, to the 5*5^ B
TKRMS OP SAl.E?Onr-thlrd or J*
?uch more or the purchaser n?r?E\ B
3 pay. cash in hand on the day of m** B
ie balance Jn two equal inswlB
ayable In one and two rear#. re-7 * l?
vly. With Interest. Th.* imrchaf r toPV'
Is promissory notes for the drrem^. Kg
nyments. with security sstWactozr 13 H
ie trustee. H
L7 FOR.. M
. Amateur ||j
Wall Orders Solicited. h
V. C. UROWN, 1222 Market W B