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Nev York Decorated in Honor of Gen.
Grant's Memory. The Streets Are Filled with Uni formed Men, While the Waters About the City Swarm with Cruisers and Battleships of Differ ent Countries. -“ . ! N w York. April 26.—To-morrow s \ pageantry is being vividly forecast to day on the streets of this city and on t: ■ waters that encompass the town. Many public buildings have been deco rated with tiaiis and bunting in honor of the s <ldier-president whose mauso leum is to be dedicated with ceremonies in which all the States of the Union and many of the foreign governments will be represented. Every where one goes 1 about town ate to be met m n in uni- • form, the military predominating, while sailors and marines from the foreign men-of-war anchored in the river or harbor are to be met with. Cruisers, battleships, gunboats, torpedo boats, dkputch boa'.- and lauuches moving | about from one to the other, or from craft to shor*\ are objects of interest to <knizens of town or country w ho line the river front watching the naval rtp reseutatives of so many governments. Ev<ry t* iii reaching New York or J rsey City brings in hundreds of ( strang* r.- to swell the throngs, already made more dense than usual by the ear ly comers. The hotel corridors are crowded w ith uniformed officers of the army, or national guard of the several States, and with the more gorgeously attired monitors of the staffs of the Gov ernors who have come as the special | guests of the city. Thousands upon thousands flocked to the vicinity of the j Grant tomb on Iliverside drive to obtain a n-ur* r vie w of the resting place of the nation's hero than will be possible to morrow. The* preparation for the accommoda- j tions of tU multitude of sight-seers on the morrow are well advanced. Along the entire line of march ashore stands have been erected, except in cases where , they would interfer with the rights of the residential property owners, and over these structures the building de I ertment is exercising a supervision cal culated to secure immunity from acci ireaiher to- iaj Is thr at* n ing. the atmosphere being character k. <l by a high dt gree of humidity: but, e kitting toll ■ ■ bmeau obsov t r. there is every promise of a fair day to-morrow. THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP. The Chief Kieentlve :»n<l l‘:»rty Go to Now Cork by kpeelal Train. Washington. April IS.—Just on sched- j ulo time the Presidential train pulled out of the Sixth street station of the Pennsylvania railroad at 5:30 o'clock, bound for New York with a distinguish ed party aboard, all the guests of the 1 city of New York, to attend the cere- j monies with the dedication of the Giant j monument. The train was made up of j seven n aches, and it was noticeable 1 that the President solved in advance I any question of precedence that might have aris n by himself taking the last coach on the train. There was first a combination baggage car and smoker, tl an dining car then the vestibuled car Emelia. for the accommodation of the committee, members of the press and other unofficial guests of the Pennsyl vania railroad. The chair coaches Ali ia;i ' occupied by the am bassadors. the foreign ministers and their attaches and personal servitors. The car Boreas was occupied by the members of the cabinet and their ladies. Mrs. Grant and her children. Rear Ad miraJ Brown. Adjt. Gen. Ruggles anu a few ther officials. The President's car was No. 60, the private car of President Thomson, of the Pennsylvania railroad. It had been tastefully adorned with flowers and made very cheerful in ap pearance. The members of the party began to arrive early at the station and were promptly assigned to their respective ^m (r There is a fascina tion about a vigorous, healthy woman, which touches every heart. Physical weakness is a great drawback to a \ woman's social suc <•’ cess. As she loses healthy plumpness I she loses attr.ictive V ness. A woman had even better be too st ut tfc m too thin but either extreme shows a lack of healthy condition. If you are not physically up to the mark, appetite uncertain, digestion poor and a general sense of weakness and incapacity, you will find the robust health ..nd merge vou need in I>r. Pierce's Golden Medical It ten :'•• bl< ad with the \it.d life giving red corpuscle* which drive out all morbid elements, and create new tisMie. hard muscular desh and active nerve force. It gives color to the cherks and firmness to the fin. without adding one ounce of flabby fat above the normal standard of health Taken alternately with Dr. Pierce’s Favor :e Prescription for distinctively femi nine troubles, it constitutes a scientific aad m .rve! u*!\ successful tv/< ♦sr of treatment for delicate women. Mrs Klla How-11, of Derby. Perry Co.. Ird . w :es In the year of I was taken with •temach trouble—nervous d\ s-pepsia. There wi, a due*, in my stomach, and a weight which •reived ike a rtvk Everything that I ate gave nn great p.. n . I had a bearing down sensation ; wa~ sw -d \crc»* my stomach; had a ridge •round tnv t-.ghi side and in a short time 1 was Moated I w as treated by three of our best phv s- jns hut g >t no relief Then Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery wa* recommended to r:e snd I sot it and commenced the use of it. I begin to -re a change for the better. 1 w.'< so w g 1 ’aid r t wa k across the n\tr without •• ,-in’ 1 to> s I’r Pierce * Golden Medical Discovery and his 'Favorite Prescr-ption ' and jor bottle of the r'rasant Pellets ' 1 began to Improve wry fast alter the use of a few bottles The ph siciant who attended me said 1 had •drop ' and that my disease was leading into pulmonary consumo '- • l had quite a cough, knu thi heme phy«i gave me up to die I thank t'od that nyi permanent. I do not ret mv symptom* of mv o disease I cannot praise Dr Pierce and his todies too highly The medicines come est to * raising the dead ’ oi any I have .:own about They •re worth their weig aid " Dr Pierce's Plea Pellets regulate the liver, stomach aad wela. seats without friction. A few minutes before the time set for the start, the lYesident's carriage drove up to the main door of the station, followed b.* that of Secretary Porter. The Presi dent assisted Mrs. McKinley from tlv coach and across the station into the private car. She was dressed in a giaj gown and appeared to be in the best of spirits. Following came Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Saxton, Dr. Bates, the White House steward and maid. Mts. McKinley was seated in an easy chair, commanding a view of the couBtry through the lea. windows of the observation platform. The President supped to the door and bowed to the crotd and the train rolled away. It is the intention of the rail road officials to oave tho> train proceed through to Jersiy City without stop. New York. April 26.—Final arrange ments for receiving and escorting Pres ident McKinley from the ferry to the Windsor Hotel, vhere he will be quar tered during the Grant day ceremonies, wore completed last night by General Daniel Butterfied. Gen. Butterfield telegraphed to Washington to learn the President's wishes in the matter, and received a reply stating that the Pres ident dcJtred that everything should be left to Gon. Butterfield. The honor of acting as military escort to the Presi d nt was then tendered to Cavalry Squadron A, composed of about 2C>0 men. President McKmley will receive the X w York Alunui Association of the Signa Alpha Eisilon fraternity, of which he is a mcuoer. this evening at the Windsor Hotel After the recep tion the association will adjourn to the Waldorf, where the annual banquet will be held. It is expected that Pres ident McKinley and ex-Secretary Car lisle. who is also a member of the so ciety, will be present at the banquet. -o Americans are the most inventive p iple on earth. Tc them have been issued nearly 600.000 patents, or more than one-third of all the patents issued in the world. No discovery of modern years has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or has done more to relieve pain and suffering. J. W. Vaughn, of Oa'.tton. Ky., says: 1 have used Chamoerlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in my family for several year:?, and find it to be he best medicine I ever used for cramps in the stomach and bowels. For sale by druggists. ---— the surgical congress. A Wonderful Operation Mr.de I'pou the Human Heart. I’ rlin. April 26— At a meeting of the Surgical Congress. Dr. Rfhe, of Frankfort, reported a successful opera tion upon the human heaJt, the first case of the kind in the hi&bry of sur gerv. The account of the care, as given in- Dr. Rehe. caused a sensation among the assembled servants, wbjo listened • a^erly as the doctor gave the details of the operation. Interest was added to the description by the introduction of the patient to the Congress. » In telling of the ease. Dr. Ilehe said that the man had been stabbed in the heart. In the ordinary course \.is death would have been certain in a vc ry short time. He was. however, hurrie lly con veyed to the hospital, where Dr. Rohe was in attendance. The doctor * ad him at once taken to the operating t-room. where he laid bare the heart am found that th re was a wound on th< right side of the organ. He sealed up the 1 rifioe made by the stabber an then applied general treatment for rres - ing the hemorrhage. The heart work ed violently during the operation . but despite the commotion of the organ the patient made good progress and soon recovered. -—o TO CERE A COLD IN ONE I> \\ Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money If It . to cure. £>c-_q__ « the FLOOD IN IOWA. The River Higher Than It Has Been .Be fore Since 1 st fi. OTTUMWA. Iowa. April 2»>.—It is l»o litved the flood was at its worst ia st rich:, but the river rose or.e foot dur.vg th. nicht and is now higher than it h. s n sit ■ 1STC. The damage is tren - dous. The Burlington road, which 1’ s b ri kept open with mighty effort, gave "ip at 11 las: nigh:. The main linecommut i cation. Chicago to Denver, is now cut o.T. Of six railroads here the only trains mov ing are th. Wabash from the south and th Milwaukee norAll the Burlington. Rock Island and Central and all the Mil waukee and Wabash traffic south is stop ped entlr ly. Even the right of way f, nc-'s in many cases are out of sight on tb ■ Rock Island and Burlington roads for mil. s. It is believed the tracks have been washed entirely away. Even when the w ter recedes It will take days to re establish communication. All nearby towns report a condition equally bad. No branches are operating «t all. The water D slowing across :h- business portion o? South Ottumwa. The laudation is in a p r.io. Hundreds of men are working on 1 ■. vi. s a- th. west end of the city If the l.ve breaks the water will com. down • . - ■ - - < Bt re. tr. The situation is precarious. -a MK. "STEVENSON'S MOVEMENTS. The International Monetary Commission Will -ail About May 10. Bloomington. 111., April pk.—Adlai E. Stevenson will leave this crty this after noon for Nashvile. Tenn., where he will attend the formal opening of the Ten nessee Exposition. He wil\ be accom panied by his son. Lewis G. Stevenson. The former Vice President will remain at Nashville a day or two and thence will go to New York to me*t Senator Wolcott and General Paine, his asso ciates on the international bimetallic commission. He thinks they will sail for Europe about May 10. Mr. Steven son will be accompanied by hi* daugh ter. Miss Letitia, who will remain .’.broad until her father’s return. She will first visit the family of her father’s cousin. James S. Ewing. U. S. minister at Brussels, and with her father will make a visit in London, their visit being timed to the celebration of the Queen’s jubilee. --—c» - — ■ - MARRIED IN ST. LOUIS, S:. Louis. April 2k.—Dr. John' F. Hill, of Augusta. Mttine, was married to-day to Mrs. Laura Coleman Liggitt, daughter of Hon. Nitrman J. Coleman. ex-Secretary of Agriculture, at the resi dence of her father, in this city. Dt John Snyder, pastor cf the church ot the Messiah, performed the ceremony. PRACTICAL painters every where use and recommend Pure White Lead (see list of brands which are genuine) and Pure Linseed Oil because they make not only the cheapest but bv far the best paint. In tact you cannot afford to use any thing else. Pr\P P Bv using National Lead Co. s Bure White Lead Tinting Col ley rH ors any desired shade is readily obtained. Pamphlet giving 1 I\L,L. valuable also cards showing pictures of twelve houses of different destgns painted a various styles or combinations of shades torwarded upon application to those intending to paint. NATIONAL LEAD CO., CINCINNATI BRANCH, Cor. 7th St. and Freeman Ave., Cincinnati, O. 1)1 I E< rED AND EJEC FED. Lillian Ashley Falls Again to liring Lucky KaUIwin to Terms. SAX FRAXlTSt’O, April M.-Miss Lil lian Ashley, who last year sued Million aire J. Baldwin for a large sum of money, and her sister. Emma Ashley, who during the trial shot at Baldwin with a revo.v r, missing him. brought the baby, who was a feature of the famous trial, to the Bald win Hotel on Thursday last. They were disguised with wigs and spectach - and reg istered Mrs. Lay and child and Miss Lay. of Chicago. They proposed to force Baldwin to pay for the child's support. They were, however, detected and last night ejected from the hotel. •-o Mrs. A. Iuveen, residing at 720 Henry St., Alton. 111., suffered with sciatic rheumatism for over eight mouths. She doctored for it nearly the whole of this time, using various remedies recom mended by friends, and was treated by the physicians, but received no relief. She then used one and a half bottles of Chamberlan's Pain Balm, which ef fected a complete cure. This is pub lished at her request, as she wants oth ers similarly alllicted to know what cured her. The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by druggists. — A CANARD STILL IN CIRCULATION Washington. April 20—The canard ; concerning alleged shipments from : Chicago to Europe of horse meat dis 1 gutted as salted beef, is still circulating ! harmfully in Europe. Urited States I Consul Rovesen. at Gcthenberg. has just furnished 'the State Department with a copy of a circular issued by the Swe dish government officially calling atten tion to the report, and requiring a med ical inspection of imported meats. He adds that he informed the custom house officials that meat imported from i the United States under the stamp of the Department of Agriculture was sound and free from disease. REVTING THE FRENCHMAN'S GAME. Washington. April 26.—The French olive oil producers, finding themselves unable to meet the competition of the ; cheaper cotton seed oils from America i have begun an agitation to have rbJ 1 tariff increased from 3M: cents a gallon to 7 or 8 cents. America sent to Mar 1 seilles last year 112.^27 barrels of this ! oil. or nine-tenths of the entire amount ] imported. -—o i THEODORE HAVEMEYER DEM). New York. April 2G.—Theodore l Havenryer. president of the American j Sugar Refi'rng Company, died at .:a ! early hour tms morning at his home ' in this city. --O Two years ago R. J. Warren, a drug gist at Pleasant Rrook, N. Y., bought a ' small supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He sums up the result as follows: “At that time the goods were '.unknown in this section: to-day Cham berain’s Cough Remedy is a household word." It is the same in hundreds of communities. Wherever the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy become known the people will have nothing else. For sale by druggists. DEATH OF MRS. U. K. MOORE. Died, at "Riverview." the home of her husband. Mrs. Urilla Iv. Moore, wife of Judge C. ?. Moore, of Elwell. W. Va. After a year’s painful illness, Mrs. Moore fell asleep in Jesus, Tuesday. April 20th. 1S97. at 10 minutes of 12 o'clock. Mrs. Moore was a native of Hagerstown, Md. In childhood she re moved with her parents to Mason county, W. Va. Her education was re ceived at Wesleyan Female College, Cincinnati, where she also completed a thorough musical course, and though in private life vied with the most cele brated prima donnas. Mrs. Moore was an active worker in the Episcopal church, a Christian, cul tured woman, loved by all who knew her. Tho services were conducted at the family home by Rev. A. G. Grissnass, reetor of Christ church, at Pt. Pleas ant. The choir of Christ church ren dered two beautiful hymns, favorites of the deceased. The interment fol lowed at nruce Chapel eemeterv, ad joining Judge Moore’s estate. Mrs. Moore was well known in Wheel ing, having spent much time here with her husband, who with four daughters survive her. -n ■ ——— NEW MARTINSVILLE NOTES. Special to the Register. New Martinsville, W. Va.. April 26.—• Last evening a severe storm passed over this section. The new store room of B. L. Morgan, at Pine Grove, was blown down and eompletelv wrecked. This is a severe blow to Mr. Morgan, as he lost his store by Are not long since, with no insurance. The remains of L. T. Garner, who died at the Weston asylum, were brought here Sunday morning and were buried to-day at the Mt. Olive cemetery. Mr. Garner was moved to the asylum on last Tuesday. OVERSENSTIIVE. The Prince—Pleased to know you. Mr. Hay. Ambassador Hay — Thanks, your highness. The Prince—I fancy we shall get on famously together. Ambassador Hay—I trust so. your highness. r The Prince—You strike me. Mr. Hay, as a man who will prove himself punc tilious regarding the amenities of diplo matic etiquette. That's what I like. Some men may say that these are tri fling details. I don't agree with them. No. sir. No hing offends me more than these li'tle breaches—” Ambassador Hay (aghast) — Your highness! The Prince—I say Giat nothing of fend? me more than these little breach es—” Ambassador Hay (shocked) — Oh, your highness! The Prince—What in the dev—. I sav that nothing offends me more than these little breaches of diplomatic cour tesy. Ambassador Hay (relieved)—Certain ly. your highness—of course—very proper, i. deed— it do»s you credit—in deed. it does.—Cleveland Tiain Dealer. PHONETIC INT ERPRETATION Aunt Hanna—Silas, what he filibusters? j Silas—Why. th y be men what bust in PhillydeIphy. I guess. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE-_ PUBLIC SALE. By virtue of the aupthority vested in | them, by a decree of the Circuit Court of Ohio county, West Virginia, entered on the 33th dav ot February, Hu., in the cases oi Ferdinand Reiter v. Noah Zane * others, jiid William Dlpphardt and o.luis r • i'. • thers, dertugried special commissioners will eeii at public auction, at the north door of tne Court House of Ohio county, on MONDAY. APRIL 36th. 1\'.. , „ beginning at 10 o’clo k a. in., the following ot- Tibed parcel ot real property situated in Ohio county anti bounded and described as follows: that i.- to say, a pbee or parcel of real estate ylng and being ut the nortn west corner of the parcel of rca. estate nr si - i-abella Zan. and Noah Zane to Pla.oir Zane on the 31st day of August in the year I :•<, ar.d rt .-orded in the cilice ol the Clerk of the County Court of Ohio county in Deed Book t<3, at pag£ 4s3. and running from the said northwest corner c-astwara ly along the National or Cumber.and road seventy-time \ teet; thence ruPu back northwardly from the said front line, and seventy-three i7.o feet in width, one hundred at.d sixty <1M» feet, being a piece of ground 73 by 3<o f< ■ t. and the same uijon which Isabella Zan. i.as recently ere. ud a new frame dwelling rouse and . ments, together with all the lmprovemen.s upon the said pi.ee of ground being, in same patcel which is describ'd in a deed ; of trust made be Noali Zane and w.ic -o Robert Waite, trustee, datea or. '-he 3d nay I of August iix tlie year 1V.O, and recorded said clerk s-dttice in Book 43. at page ;« TERMS OF SALE-one-third ol no purchase money, and so much ,n<orLa5fl„a purchaser shall elect to pay. ’ash .n hand on the day of sale, am’ residue Ini two equal installment.-. payable respect!'e*. on or.e and two years from the day oisajc. with interest from that day, the purctiastr giving notes for • leferr I Inst inone] the title be.ng re • ur< th< ; ivm nt of such notes, and. as additional security, the purchaser ! effecting ard maintaining upon the hui.d* ; ings upon the said property insurance wi.n underwriters satisfactory to the special ! commi.-sion.Ti in such amount not ex ceeding the estimated values of the bulla i ings as rrav be satisfactory to the special commissioners. __ ROBERT WHITE HENRY M KFSSEI.L. Special Commissioners. T hereby certify that bond with security ; has hi en given !>y the above ment.oned ! special commissioners as required by the decree appointing them. _ , C. H. HENNING. Clerk. I The above sale is adjourned until Mon 1 dav, May Sd. 3- -7. at 10 o'clock a. m. ROBERT WHITE. HENRY M. RI’S-SELL. I ap27ev Special Commissioners. i TRUSTEE'S SALE Of Real Estate Near Wheeling. Ohio Coun ty, West \ Intinia. By virtue of a deed of trust made by I David M. Alexander and R. E. Alexander. ; his wife, to the undersigned rustee. dated i on the luin day of Xoveinb r. l>:-2. and I recorded in th< oilice of the e.*.ik of tile ‘ County Court of Ohio county, W« st Vir f Trust Book N 6, page I ;W7, 1 will, on Saturday, the tilth clay or ! Aprl, 1M<7. (commaiK-ing at 10 a. m.*. sell t I of the- Ohio County Court House, the foi i lowing u--.cr:b*u tram or parcel of land, situated about 21* mi:- cast of the city of Wheeling, viz: a cm tain tract or parcel of land on the waters of Wooes run and . ‘..gton run, < W< st Vir M Alexander's farm, lying south of a certain branch of Woods run and known as Wad dle's run. Poornoust- run and Polecat run. 1 at Greggsville, In s.ti i county, adjoining lands of the late John Woods, the Edgmg ton land, Eizey Gre-n Carter and o ners, containing three hundred acrc-s. more or less, and for a full description ot said land reference : berebj I - th< title papers of .lit lat. Adaline Caldwell now of record in the land records of Ohio county. ! West Virginia, 1 eir.g the same :a;m devil l to .-aid D M. Alexander by said Adaline Caldwell, and Is now r-,-nted to \\<s.-y Bowman and was formerly occupied^ by My. r N: k r-ot and said Bow m in. Sal 1 land is underlaid \vi-h coal and well adapt ed for dairy, farming or gardening. TERMS OF SALE—One-third, or as much more of the purchase money as the purchaser may de.-ir- to pay in casn on the day of sale: the balance in two equal year ly payments with interest, for which t.ie , purchaser is to glv his notes secured sail , factorily to said trustee and the tit.e to be retained until said no'-s ar- paid. W. V. HOGE. Trustee. J C. HERVEY. Auctioneer. ! The above sale is adjourned until Sat- ( ! ur day. June 7dh. p:<7. a; 10 o'clock a. m.. at ] ' # im- plac-. at whi- ii time said land will tv offered in pare is or lots to suit pur i chasers and sold in such lots, or as a whole, as may be most advantageous to the parties selling. __ ap'Jtloawti W. V. HOGE. Truftee. PUBLIC SALE. — Vnd r th. authority of a decree of the '' Circuit Cour- of tin Vnited St.it** tor in 1 District of W st Virginia, t-n. r. i on 181 h day of Ai ril, IS 1, in a st::: • t • >; therein pending in which AI. xa . I* •" Laughlln i* plaintiff and the Nail 1 itv - Stamping Company at •! others ar- d< f-1.-. ants, the undersign, d receivers wi.l, o:t MAY x. 1597. b< ginning at 1" o'ci- - k a. m.. s.ll atjnil lie auction at th front door of the F*.* rat building, or post thee, in the city of \\ he* ** ing. in. plant and property of th Nan City Stamping < mpany and all th. I*r P c-ray. in their hands as receivers, includ ing the following: ^ , 1. The manufacturing plant of the Nail Citv Stamping Company In the city of is situated hlefl: on prop.-ptv fronting on Water street in Wheeling, ‘belonging in fee to the Nail City Si.imping Company. A small piece of ground occupied by uin of the 1 ars is held undt r a lease made to the receivers, and th< pur -h. .-. r will tak the place'of th. r.ceivers as its-.-- in th. lease. The prop, rv will be sold subject to the lien of a d..d cf trust for about the pay ment of whirh tlie purchaser will assume. All the buildings, machinery and fixtures b*.longing to th- plan: nil! 1>- sold with it. Th* manufactured stock in the hinds i of the r- •_•» vers, whether at the plant or elsewhere, the manufactured materials In their hands, the pat ms belonging to the Nail City St. rr.ping Company and its licenses to use other patents, and the book accounts and notes due to the receivers as such. 3 The property in Rrooke county. West Virginia, known as the Kagle glass works, together with all the fixtures, ma chinery. furnaces, owns, lears. presses. tool1 and other appliance* belonging to such g! -s w rks. but this will lie sold sub ject to a lease of th- said K.tsrie gi.a.-* works made by the receivers to James Pauli. H. S. Pauli and S. O. Pauli, such lease be. .g from year to year at a rent of $1.'-V!" ptr annum, the current year of the t»nan*-y ending June 1st, l*f*7, but no notice having b» n given the will continu. unt June 1st, 1**. The purchaser will tak* :1 p!ac of the receivers in this leas* id b entitled to the rents accruing from nr.d after the day of sale. All of th*- property mentioned in para graphs 1. and 3 will be sold tog- :h* r the parpof. being to put the punch s-r into the possession of a going concern. Terms of Sal —Cash. Howard hazlett. A W. PAl'LL. ap!7e rz R* • iv*. rs _ We sold thirty-five of them last week. Have got only a few left. Will keep them on special sale until they are closed out. CASH. A SO; Craw ford for. CREDIT, A $65 Crawford for 540 on | easy weekly payments. CASH. CREDIT. If you are going to buy a Bicycle this season don't let this chance pass you by. Your Credit is GOOD. FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREETS, WHEELING, W. YA. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—A tarsi ft ntehed for une or two g*-ii\-n fuily located. No. 14 N. Front FOR RENT—Nicely furri. for one or two gentlenuv. of bath. 23u 1 Chapline s.r FOR RENT—Two furnish d . 118 Fourteenth street._ ) jpOR RENT. 4 Island rooms in alley near St.’S.OO per moiiill. o lino upstair < rooms at 1 0(47 >i u S> 10.00 per month. JAMES i . HAWi.n Keal Estate and L«i>n Agt.. .i FOR IRElSg^; Nos. 1045 and 1047 Mark ' . . rooms and lo rooms a)> \ No. 1141 Main -tr«.et, 1" , .v i. 1037 Market re< No. 1068 Stark I No. 77 Main street, . tv : No. 732 Main sreet, *'■ r No. 2340 Chapline .-;r dwelling, stable it; t No. 1204 Jacol) stru t. I r Special attention give: of rents. GEO. J. M.v. Real J. Til. 107. FOR SALE-REAL Et>Ta: tj\)R SALIC. Building Lois on Tbirleeath >t-. den Place. Building Loi- a. l..j ■ "• \ in* ,j _ Cltjr Bank Bull 1 in - i. PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS FREE EXCL'ILS, \ on the Wh* ling an*: K • line to the b lutliul Wt will oti r f . lots, size COxl>. wit; \> alleys, a: the v. ry . .. p Terms of sale. -1: and |2 a v- k taxes or interest, or 5 PER CENT. OFF FOR CASH. Location i;r.* .v . !L ! Whirling Park at.: : . from :h* nict- r . able. When your Ic: :~ ; arrange to secure you a 1-. house. ROLF & ZANE. NO. SO l ot KTXtKNl II ') RINEHART &TATOI OFFER FOR SALE 10. I.*.. 2T* or share.- W: , 7 share- Exchangt h . A Woodsdale liWc.ii! a lot 7".\ !-} f* • No. 113 Kourteenii • . 2* ■ x 11’* • tett. Building !o's on O No. •> South 13roar. feet. No. SI South Broadw feet. No. r**3 E’ff -1r* •: : ■ lot U'.ixlUn feet. No. 1127 Alley If. *• r No. 27 N. lh.ro 12" feet. No. 122* Chat iii sir-• t ’ x l' ■ feel side Market .-tru:. No Investment so >afe as keal L.- a Money to Loan on City Realty. PUBLIC SALE. By virtue of th<- jr.ty • by .1 d. • fu of tut < 'ir -\n\ <' county, \\\st Virginia. • ,t». ■ ■ day uf February, I* il euses of Ftrdir.ar.d lb :b> . * an 1 others, and Willian Charles F. Hosford and -i signed a 1 public auction at tiu n . • 1 Court llous. of Ol.at MONDAY, APPJP . b< ginning at 1" o'cb" k . described parcels of real ; in said Ohio county, th - 1. A certain lot or par in Ohio county, in the r a gir.ia, nn tin Nati ... al 1;. mil. • from ti> • : Win • ; and (i-rib. d tallows: i;> i. • * point in tlic centre ■ : the Nat 1 l ke ci rner to Noah Z <i ■ . '■■■ fi.»t east to a stake, oo'mr to ! Zane pole.-; nor'ii .4 * w ' earner to Port-.r and lli.;gi. . south G5‘* Wis’ to a stak> . rr; and Higg . a.44 -. - uth US' the pike to tin nlac- of • : poles. containing 71.1 perci - one-half an aero, Ui: g j . tract 0, land ■ onv-v~ 1 to \\ by Samuel J. Boy-, at.•! v\. October lit. In th> y ar P in the office of th rk Court of Ohio county Book 73 at p..t :*7. ; land which m a - . "r.\. Zane liy \\'i. >ni 1' Porter, his wifi and Sai deed dat. d 1 > tali, r i • and record* . it; th. Deed Book numbered *" 2. Abo all that t i land lying on the N thr. e mil - trom ' ;.e talnlng live hundr 1 andths of nn a r. .■■ i„ land Ponvi y-d tc N i '/■ Porter and ;«.,ino 1 J I Octob- r ttlit. I'd ' office of th C fl •>' Ohio cou: " ' Noah Z.ir,c Downer. t: Slav, lo. . Deal of Tr whh no.. 1 mor- i• ■ r: property. Z \a a part of th*' UT P. r r. (■>■■■ r.~ p.-lhg •}’.< i .*rt of * aid ! rr d -'gr.at. i as lot No. C. a V d with tla rep. r in • * 'ha i. *. ry cans. a'.niit.i-trator vs. Willi: !! . in ’.* Circuit Court of - > < j iar i- recorded In th*. . ' CriUT.tV Cour' j .. l Hook No. so. j s m*.- lot of ground or Z i <r by IVm. P. Huld .-! u> r. by de* d d ■ • '. ■ of record" In th*' offlc of Ohio county, in I >• :... l’.’;- -v eptlng i the last nanttd par.* follows: that i- to of said is a! rstftt* ' northwest corner last m-ntiomd par the nortl.v.* - i along th* Natl u 73 feet; thence run-.: -• from said fr*!:t 160 feet, being a p feet. an*l the sau Zane has r<" • ntly • dwelling house. Tie last af res ■ * I? said Isabella Zan* hu.-han*l. and Plat . < veyed to Robert \\ dated on the 3rd aay i a m iv.*, ar.d recorded in In Rook 43 at page 2? 4 Also the follow .C ,nt*> situated in the v |« to say. all of th‘- lot n 4} Hoffmann, Sr's the raid city, together v. and improvement- t! ■ r* tenar.ces thereunto b*.. sam* property whf. . said Isabella Zane !■■■ her husband by d ■ 1 of October, in th- > in the said clerk's otis 92 at page 602. _ . , TERMS OF bALE-' chase money, and so r. purchaser shall elect on the *la> of sale, at* equal initnllments. i ore 7>i*<! two years '■ with inter* ?t from g'vlng note; for tl of the pu.chas* rr retained to ;ccu • f notes*, and. a* s •' ca;e of ftry of t t • g 3 1 :i d| r eff. -tine and »::■ underwriters commi‘.«lont r l ‘neh ■ Ing the estlma as may be sat! missloner. ,, C : I hereby cer has been give special comm decree appoir. WIN The above ■ ' user