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STOCK MARKET 1
MORE ACTIVE
improve* Outlook for Cool Industry
Holpo Brace tHc Mining
Securities
NSW YORK. March 5#.— Prospects
or on curly settlement of the British
cool strike. Increasing signs that oor
<>srn coal dispute may be amicably ad
;listed and further advances In cop
per metal, lead and finished Iron and
stool. Imparted a considerable degree
of strength and activity to the stock I
market today. The buying was of a I
more substantial character, much of It
apparently originating with conserva
tive Investors and the large adverse
Industrial and political conditions.
Further evidence of this country's
steady growth In exports as disclosed
In the February statement, was an
other factor of favorable Import. Yet
another feature was the resumption ol
borrowing on a large scale In this mar
ket by (iermany. some thirty day loaus
for longer periods.
The volume of business In the firs!
three hours was larger than In any
similar period this month, and al
though trading eased off later. It was
w-lthout effect on prices.
Union Pacific, Heading, Lehigh
Valley and United States Steel at
tained their highest level in the last
hour. There was also some inquiry
for New York Central and for Balti
more and Ohio which reported favor
able eaeruings for February; Atchi
son and American Sugar. The closing
was almost buoyant, and In instance
of Importance were final prices more
than a fraction below the best.
There was a better inquiry for
bonds, especially of the convertible
class. Aliis Chalmers made a sharp
recovery on announcement of friendly
receivership proceedings. Total sales
par value aggregated $3,990,000.
Panama 3s advanced per cent on
call.
New York Stock Exchange.
WHEKLINd. W. Va , March 20. 12.
of art|v«* nl<»rko on ih«* Nam
York .Stock Kxcfwngp. corrected dally fry
A E. Mas tor i Jk Co., brokart.
.s ru.k.s,^ jt>[ ?r High laQW u lont
ami. Keel Sugar.. 51%, J»l*; 5?%; 6s %
Ainal. Coppei... 74% 76% 74% 7« %
Am. Cotton OH.., So % 5i 50% 51
American Can .. 16% 17% 16% 17%
•lo pref . 57% 53% »7%, 9»
Am. Car * Fdy. . 65% 56% 55%.
Am. Ice Secure. 22%, 22% 21% 22
Am Locomotive. 37% 34 37% 38
>lo lire/ ..107%.107 .
Am Smelt <v R. 77% 74% 77% 75%
ilo pref . 103 105% 105 105%
Am. Sugar Kef.. 123 126% 122% 125%
Am. Tel. a Tel.. 147% 144% 147% 148%
Am. Tobacco .... 257 263 256 2*3
Anaconda .I 40% 40% 40 40%
Atrhlin.n . 107 lu8 % 106% 10*
do pref.103%.lu*%.
Haiti. .4 Ohio. .. 104% 105% 104% 105%
Beth. Steel . 30% 31% 30% 31%
do pref . 6i> 60% 60 60%
Brook Kapn! Tr *1% 41% »i % *:%
Central Leather! 2 4% 24% 24%'...
do pref ....... *9 .'.
Cheaa a Ohio... 77 77 % 76% 77 "
Oil & Ot. W 1*S 13% 16% 13%
do pref. 36% 37% 36% 37%
.»! * N. W- 141 % 142% 141% 142%
4 M .4 St. y. . .. 104% 103% 105 % 1114%
China Copper 2«% 2«% -a 7*
'hi .* Kock I.. 26% 37% 26% 27%
• lo pref . 51% 6 2% 61% 62
torn 1 Inducts ,.| 12% 14 12% 13%
■lo pref . to % 4!% §0% 5i
<»r.i Pacific ... 2.13% 234% 23.1% 234%
4 oiorado Khiei ..27 24 '*-’* *1* %
iS‘HVr T "ft ’jj’4
a Hu !non.. i;o 170V* 170 »7ot:
I *nv»r *t Rio G. .* 22 .. "} \ t
../!° pr*f . ««h *1 • *o% . ; *
-rdo f,re,It* ll>y HZ RJJ
do seconds 46 46% 45 441?
Co?dfZeld*Conr*.r. “5% «*j5
«Jt Norte pref l||\ 134% 121% lit
«»' X«u or* ee% t! ee% «•% I
I Ilf eie < *'->rml lli% IM
later-More Met lt% 19% l»% 19%
er pref St% i»% its >1 «
later.Nat Paper. it* i!% 11% 1. *
4.. pref .. .. t«%<. I
K r «e pen era :*%
U Ult <«ae ... |v«% let iee% lei j
Ukifh Valle* .. lit l««% lti .1*1% |
Laruie a Mae* l»«% It; li«% lit
t aml •'topper :•%.! 14 24% I
M K a T .. - 2»%-Z>% in !•»
M« I'r Iftr ««% *4% «I% 44
Nat It.s uit - It: %lit ‘it :*, lit
Nat 1-ead . 44% ||\ ii% 54%
Nevale Coaasl. . |*s l>'a 1>% 19%
N T Central.. lit 114 11* 'ltT%
N T. tm!. a W *7 17% JT ' 17%
Norfolk a »e*t . 199% lie 109% 11*
North Paclfi..111% 122% 1*1% It.’V
Pacific Mall 22 S:% M tl%
!**rna»lvanta .. lit 124% lz4 124%
peoples 'in* .... 1«7% 1«7% 107% 1*7%
Pitt* Coal pref . • l»%
I l*e»* Steel Car. 3.11* 14% 33% 34%
I Heading .154% 144% 17.4 lies
do 2nd pref....) »4% . . . . .1
Kepublt . 21% 22 % 21% 22%
do pref ...... 73 73% 73 71%
Seer* Roebuck .. 134% .
Kin**-Sheffield . t« 47% 44 47%
south. Pacific ...in n*%ni%n:%
Southern Rjr . 2t%! 30% 29% 30%
do pref. 76 76% 74%’ 7i%
T . Ht. L* A W. . 13%. ..
do pref .. 12%.!.
Tenn. foppr r .. 3t% 31% 3N% 3> %
Texas A Pacific. . 23 % .... I 23 %.
Union Pacific ... 1*4% 170 1«4% |7«
do pref . 91% 91 % 91 % 91 %
Utah Copper ....I 6* 69 It 69
U. 8. Kuhher ....I 62 it 52 7.2%
do 1st pref.1113 113%iU3 113%
do 2nd pref I 7* 1.|.
U. 8. Steel.| 4*4 4* 4*% 44
do pref .lilt* 112%»111T% nj*;
do bonds .... 103 .IAS7*
Va. Chemical ... 73% 61 %! 63 53%
do pref . 133%'. .t. .120%.
Wabash .I 7 •......I.
do pref .I 1*% 14% 14%.
Western Md _‘ 42 «2% 42 42%
•Western Unoln..' »3%' tt *3% *3%
Westing Elec... ’ 7 4 % 1.1
W a 1.. F. 1st pf 22%’. 21’k 22
do 2nd pref_.12%!.I.
Bonds.
U. 8 2s, rtarlstnred. 100%
T*. 8. ref 2a. coupon . 100%
1*. P. 3s. registered. 102%
U. 8. 3s, coupon . 102%
U. 8. 4s, registered. 113%
U. 8. 4s. coupon. 113%
• Ex-dlv. % percent
Total sales 421.200 shares.
Pitt«bur*r Stock*.
WHKKLIWO. TV. Va.. March 20. '12.
The active Pittsburgh stocks, corrected
dally by A E. Hw»*n A- Co. oankere
«nd brokers National Kxcho.ice Hans
building
~ STOCKS livid • s«a'
American Sewer IMpe .;. 10-”
Consolidated Ice .i si .
do preferred . 474*.
Harblson-Walker Kef .) 37 4, 39
do preferred ..'.100
Independent Brewing .I 4 V» 4 4
do preferred .I 24 244
Kansas Natural Uus .. 94
Manufacturer's L.. AH.) 31 I 314
Monongaheln ltlver <'o«i pr, 32 .....
National Fire Proofing ....I 64.
do preferred .j 2* 274*
Ohio Fuel Oil . 13 a, 14
Oklahoma Ua« ... .1. M
Pittsburgh Brewing. 10 104
do preferred . *'4 39
i Pittsburgh Coal Co ..I 794 S04
1 Pittsburgh Plate (Jlass.1044 l"iu
; Pure Oil . 9to; 10
! Moss Mining . II ] ....
1 Ban T..y .■ 3i 40
(Tonopah Extension .'200 205
| T’nlon Switch A- Signal.i.... 93
1 I'nlted States (Hass . 22 t 24
Westtnghnuse Air Brake. ... _1*3
! Weetlnghnuse Electric 1st. . : 4
do seconds. 37 4 *7 4
West alehouse Machine ('o. 204' 21
West Penn Hallway.',... t 794
C m.l 114, 114! 114 114 114' 310
•do pf 42», 42 •» 42 4, *24 *3 239
•--Ex-dlr. 14 per cent.
Total aalea 4,743 shares.
New York Curb Market.
WHEELING. W. Va.. March 20. 12.
lUport^l bj A I& Masf<*n St Co. I,. F
Brand, m«n«ffr; members New Yorl
| Stork Kx change.
I • o » (lUi . F • >
Imei . 22.'. 330
American Writing Paper... 1 2
A t l.antl' Gulf & West lnd 7 H
- do preferred .| 15 17
Bay State < raw . \ Vj
| fftibwiy ... 8
Havana Tobaoeo . . . . I *
I do preferred .|.* 15
laMa aiiMaiai W».r . .. HH IT
await. A Kef l** lie
'^■¥'£1*’'^**"' .• ’** **
• Uie Mi i a toe . s ...... T7 T»
*' preferred. tae t»j
*»ra I linn h>e4er .... tea 11
mau ler* (Ml. • j*» ;u
wntuxu. w.
T*e r«lla*ta( q
active WbMuM
Mlif tar (ha lor
Haslet! A Saa.
Bloch ft.
Bio h Bros
Central Oiaaa ....
Fostorla Class . .
Haael Alls* Glass . ._
Home File Ine Co...I 5*
Imperial illaaa ... 100
• Is*Halle Iron Wka I n.
National Fed.i loo
Neural* vlme .I 100
United '‘airy.i ,vq,
' S stamp nf .... Itm . .., m j
Warwick China. 100' . ...L
wn* a Helm t p-idg. Ji 16 ...|
Wh*. R'Mtr Cl l • o . . * ... i i
Whg Mold d Kdy....l 56, Ell .
Wb* Steel * Iron.. leu Ul;
Wh* Traction. 100 ...... s»7
•—Transfer hooks . U.»e Mard, 20th
ror lly |»r cent rash dividend payable
March 90th
Baron’s Local Stocks.
WHEELING. W Va. March 20. 12.
The fallowing quotations **o t*ie mors
active Wheeling atone ace orrac'rd
dally ior Ine intelligencer ov George A*
Barryi. local broker, en.i ft. K. Marshall
manager Load l ‘apartment
STOCKS. ^ Par I Bid. i'ahS. ;^i)
Blocn Bros Tob .lluo i...I10«
do common ..100 |.j.j 44
Central Class.... |I00 I.,.1160
Foetorla Glass.. ,|loe ..1S2 i 132
Huael-At)as .,100 [.. J. 16“
Hume Fire Ins..., 50 36 3H 34
Imperial Claes..,|100 |.|I05 |10t
•IJiHelle I Wka. |I00 ,. 145 14,,
National Med . ,.d.l“0 *..22 32
Nenralyyllne .... 100 1132 135 130
1' .s .stamping ..100 1.ill* .112
Warwli k China. .1100 |.1.1 7*
W. * B Bridge..,1 25 I..; ..1.| 27
Wbg. Brides . .1100 I.|.I 61
Wh* Mold Si Fdy 50 I 54 I.(54
Whg Steel A 1.. 1U0 I.|.‘1*3
Whg. Traction... loo I.I.| 95
•—*H per cent dividend payable April
1st.
WHEAT
CHICAGO. March 20.—Fear that
fall sown wheat would he smothered
under Ice helped bring prices for the
cereal to-day to steadiness at the
close Latest transactions varied from
V*c off to 4c up us compared with 2 4
hours before Corn finished with a
gain of 4©4 to 4c; oats at an ad
vance of 4 to 4® 4c. ami hug
products dearer by 15 to 274® 30e.
Articles. ; Open. | Ht«<i. tuWV. | Clean
Wheat— | • > •
May... 1 <114 1 024 1 <>14 1 01 \
July...; 9*4 »»4 to 9*4
Sept... | 96 | 9«4 95 4 »«'»
Corn — 1 I i
May.. 714 714 71 714
July.. 714 72 71% 72
Sept..! 71S 72 I 714 72
Oats i i *
May...! 53 5*4 13 R34
J ul v.. ■ 4"*4 50 494 10
Sept..I 42 4 42 s 434 424
May... 1* 37 4 16 10 16 37>, 16 50
July 16 70 16 S3 .16 7» '16 *5
Sept . .,!« >3 17 10 l« 95 17 10
lar I - .
May...; 9 574 9 624 9 574' 9 *0
July 9 77 4 9 no 9 75 9 So
Sept . 9 95 10 00 19 95 ‘10 00
f Itlbs- -
May... 9 224 9 So 9 224 9 So
Jul» . ' 9 32 4 9 424 o 30 9 42 4
s. ; t . . 9 62 4 9 «2 4 :• 5-> 9 «2
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour—Steady,
t Kye—No. 2. 91c.
I Harley—Feed or mixing, 75c<a$1 <10;
I fair to choice malting. $1 18471 32
•pecisl P -tatrs vo tha |e-MT'g»nrer
l’AHKKKf+m Kb. W Va. March 2*
—Las* fight's storm has passed to
the Atlantic coast and the high prsa
• ore. cold weather area noted over
line northwest xsterday extends from
that section this morning eastward
over the upper Talleys, bake region
and northern portion of Ohio valley.
Along the northern border of this area
the temperatures range from zero to
I IV degrees below.
Another low pressure or storm area
mtrrv the southwest, attended by
high temperatures and preceded to
the northward and northeastward by
snow or rain.
The conditions favor rain or snow
in this section tonight and Thursday,
with lower temperature tonight. The
temperature will probably be near
freezing Thursday morning.
bocal data: Highest temperature
yesterday, 70 degrees; lowest last
night, 42 degrees; rainfall 0.4 of an
inch.
Owing to moderate rains the Ohio
will probably remain nearly station
ary in the district for the next 36
hours. H. C HOWE,
Section Director.
Timothy Seed $11 00®14 r,0.
Clover Seed- $16 00® 22 23.
Mess Pork—$16 12A*.
bard—(In tierces), $9 45.
Short Ribs— (I.oose), $9 05.
UNION STOCK YARDS. PITTS
Ht'RCH. March 20 —Cattle steady:
supply light; choice. $7 8008 15;
prime. $7 40 0 7 63.
Sheep steady; supply light; prime
wethers. $5 70® 6 00; culls and com
mon. $2 50®3 50; lambs. $5 000
7 85; veal calves. $g 0008 50.
Hogs higher: receipts, light; prime
heavies. $7 5507 60; mediums. $7 55
0 7 60; heavy ynrkers. $7 5607 60;
light yorkers, $7 25®? 35; plgsj
$6 5006 75; roughs, $6 (>006 50. !
CHICAGO—Close: Cattle, rectlpts
IT.nnn head: market steady to 10ci
higher Stockers and feeders irregu-1
larly advanced, neeves. $5 15® 8 65; I
Texas steers 64 5005 85: western
steers. 65 000 5 85; stockers and
feeders. 64 250 6 50: cows and heifers. |
62 4l)®6 70; calves. 6'» 5007 75. Hogs
receipts 24,Ooi» head: market strong.
20® 30c above last night. Light. 67 05
07 35; mixed. 67 10® 7 47i*; heavy.
67 1007 47V,: rough, 67 in® 7 25:
pigs. 65 0o®6 80; bulk of sales. 67 25
Cl ~ Sheep, receipts 2,600 head:
lower. Market for sheep strong to
! 10c higher Lambs steadv to 15c
j lower Native, 61 0006 00; western,
64 600 6 20; yearlings. 65 500 6 S5;
lambs, native, |5 80®7 75; western,
66 250 8 00.
LIVE STOCK.
Bmon mock XsrSs
Hr.kLINU. XV Vit., March 20 ‘C
CATTLK.
kvtru, I,"00 t** 1,200...... js 2;® 4 j.
Kxiru. I.Ouu to 1.200.i 5 < 0j
Good, s,lv Iu j no. t r<,JJ 5 75
uoo<i »<o> to 9«e.* ‘“s ‘
Good. 71>0 to 500. ( pi« 5 Jo
Common . 2 10 w 4 26
Hough. l.ooO to 1,200. 5 00a 6 i.
Hough. 5UO to 1,000. J lit 4 61
Hr. f bulls. 4 1"® 6 2b
golognp bulls . 3 6- a 4 uu
ll.-.f cows. | Si'll « (o
■ "rumor, cow* . I 50 0 2 oo
r-xlra frr»h cows. 4u o" 4 46 00
f.**r fresh cows.. 3C<> OutfXo 00
\rsl (slvrs . S 26« X 6„
Heavy ami thin calves.,., b 00 j 7 uu
HOUS.
. 7 7 40
Common . 4 -iif 7 uu
S'ags and sow* . 6 tow 5 5,,
. « 78 9 S 45
. 6 10 a 6 05
t oil.moii . $ i*«« »• 2i
***•*» mud j*om 1 . 5 00J 0lJ
MHEEP.
K,,r*. i Sja 4 00
‘f00,1 .. 2 or# 2 0j
ummon .LAMbi"' 2 MUW * t#
I *:$ l H
common .. > C«2 4 lit
J Market—Htt-ady.
l.ort« lax and Comsifiv
WHKKLINU. \V. V . . Mar. I, ;« 12
I CATTbfc.
| Exirs. I.owo to i.:o» ... I ; ,w e on
•!l“ !• *« ■ « " •«. a 6«a 5 Ti
Good. 5»0 to Vom. 5 & 5#
Good. Ton to 50". 5 ,np £ 75
Common . « «( 4 54
’ ■1' . 4 *4* $ •<
1 '”**. 2 Oo® 4 00
fit KM.
«*,r«. 7 2.X 0 7 25
"L . 7 : ■ f 7 2 j
common. t u« * « 00
_ Ihtlfcki'
Bstrw . 2 3"#/ 4 *0
| <*•»•*» . 2 " I 2 »«
,1 on.mon.. 2 ooti X
lamb* .... 4 a . a 4 oq
C*l»r» ... 1 0 1 - H
rmii lerhead. 2;. * rj 41,
IW»:«aifnS f.t*# lt>Kk Co'T.H.ro. C*K
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TAFT BACK HOME
r M A- *•**»>•• Am* »f* «
t 4 ▼ ***•■$* *4«*
I *t'»M
I ’A rM i# • 4* Uma-0# *« • r*
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MOTHER SDES TO
GET BACK GIRLS
K.dna»p<»a in Indiana Has Kahn .a
th# Coweta ef Marc, see
C aunty.
Hpc-tal Impair* to the late tirencer
• 'LARKSHI'RO. March Jw — Judge
Ha: m.inJ Maxwell, uf the criminal
< <*urt. today issued a writ of habeas
corpus, directing Boyd. Benjamin and
Rocky Andersoo to bring Rachael and
Th. lmn Anderson, aged eight and six
years respectively Into the court Fri
day afternoon, and show cause why
they sh >uld not be surrendered to
Khodn Anderson, their mother, in com
pliance with an order Issued by the
superior court at Madison county. Ind.
Several month* ago Rhoda Anderson
obtained a divorce from Boyd Ander
son In the Madison county superior
court and was awarded the custody of
the children, but before the termina
tion of the divorce suit. Boyd Ander
son. the father, kidnapped the children
while they were at school and brought
them to the home of Benjamin and
Rocky Anderson at Shlnnston. this
county, wfygrr their mother declares
they are illegally detained.
WELLSBURG
Tbs city council, at Its recent meet
ing. took up the matter of diapos ng
of the city garbage. A committee con
sisting of Messrs Oilkey, West and
Nichols was designated to Investigate.
The ordinance on gas prtssure went
over until next meeting.
New Show 8°at.
The new H. 1> Markle show boat,
(Joldenrod, will arrive Thursday morn
ing and show here.
Call Is Extended.
The vestry of Christ P. E. church
has extended a call to the Rev. A. B.
Livermore, of Ashville. N. C.
Automobile Meeting.
All owners and prospective owners
of automobiles are requested to attend
a meeting of the Auto Association, t«
be held this evening at the office’ of
Attorney K. a. Chapman, at 7:30
o'clock.
Medical Association.
A meeting of the Brooke County
Medical Association was held this
week at the office of the mayor, which
was well attended A paper was read
by Dr. \V. T. Mooher, of Bethany, on
the subject. "Notes on Obstetrics.”
Wellsburg Briefs.
Mrs. K. 1,. Orcutt is the guest this
week of relatives in Easton. Pa.
George C. Scott, of Wellavllle. O.,
is visiting friends in Wellsburg this
week.
Mrs. Hugh Itarth has been the guest
for several days of relatives in
Moundsvllle.
Ervin Chamock has left for Salem,
O., where he will accept a position.
Mrs Jason Thompson, of Dalton. O.,
Is_visiting with her sister, Mrs. George
Patterson, of this city.
Miss Nannie Moore visited this
week with Pittsburgh friends.
John E. Deary, of Pittsburgh. Pa.,
was the recent guest of his cousin,
Earl 0. Tolbert, of this city.
N S. MrCamic and family are mov
ing to-day from 63 Third street, to 63
Thirteenth street.
A. W. Potts was a business visitor
this week In Cameron. W. Va.
Mrs Ol Eiseman. of Pittsburgh. Pa.,
I is visiting th s week with her mother.
| Mrs. Margaret Gelsthorpe.
M L. McGill was a recent business
i visitor in Wheeling
Charles Worthen was a recent busi
ness visitor In Pittsburgh.
Mcn*v.
| NEW YORK. March 20.— Money on
call e-Cody at 2,,4j2's'7; ruling rate.
2%; closing bid. 2%: offered at 2%.
Time loans strong; GO days, 3*4;
!*0 day*. 3%; ti months. 3%
Close—I Time mercantile paper. 4*$
4%'7. Sterling exchange easy, with
actual business In bankers* blits at
44 M If*, for CMay bills, and at
44 R7.30 for demand Commercial
bills, 44 S2’a. Mexican do lars, 47.
Government b nds firm. Railroad
bonds firm.
Washington. March 2* At the
beginning of business today the con
dition of the I'nited States treasury
» as
Working balance In treasury offices.
4*2.579.340
In banks and Philippine treasury.
433.R3o.452
The total balance In general fund
w»* $124 757.34R,
ordinary receipts yestwrdat sere
$2,271,494. with ordinary disburse
ment* of I1.43S.M3.
The deficit to date this fiscal year
is $14,273,543. as against a deeflclt of
$i 242.**! at this time last year
1 •■*,. tie ir.« exclude 1‘ananta canal
and public debt transactions
MMrIi.
NEW YORK March ?o standard
eopper firm spot It4 37%4JM *2%
lumd-di <sm »po £4i |7» 4J fu
l ire* tW 1|* Id tak* copper 15c.
electrolyte 14%*fl* caMlna 14%
f! 14%
Tm *-n*» spot M.* mfni tn |on
don. tpuie* *pte Lisp |5s future*
11st
leu»«4 firm at f« U. Rm
3 rk les.'-» t 14 •
up, t,» *e*h s* 4* **#! *e \»W
I York luHSdn* 134
lee t i*te*t<l warrants, 41s <4 m
lutstdow los- » lew* ss< e**4t,
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| STEUBENVILLE
BTEt'BENVlLLE. Ohio. March SO.—
In probate court In Insolvency of Auk
Dlskmati. confirmation of sale of per
sonal property. ’
Final accounts estates of Mary
Snyder. Wilbur E. Mi* 'lane, Lloyd
Parks Mary E Rlttvnhouse, Barbara
Trlckso.
Rocco Post appointed administra
tor of estate of Joseph Albanese. bond
$200.
Order to appraise In estate of Thos.
II. Walker
Inventory, etc., filed, estate of Sarah
A. Hoobler.
June s. Winn appointed guardian,
with $0,000 bond, for F. 8. Winn, et
al.. minors.
Partial sule of personal property In
insolvency of K. E. Call, order to sell
balance.
I- .vl. Fisher appointed administra
tor. bond $0o0. In estate of C. C.
Fisher. •
Affidavit for service by publication
In estate of J. A. Murphy.
Death claim of Jus. Nolen settled
with C. \ p. R. R.. for $900
Suspended sentence to Iloys Fsrm
given to Thoo. and Jas. McCullough,
Juveniles.
Order to sell desperate claims In
• state of A. D Weinstein.
Schedule of debts, etc. and Inven
1 tory, etc., tiled In insolvency of Jus.
Cantor.
Appraisal and order 'to sell real
< state In estate of Leona C, Fisher.
Deposition of Irvine Narragon taken
ns witness to will In estato of Thos.
Wheeler.
Marriage License.
Forney Timmons. 2* years, of. Cadi*
and Mary Hoobler, 19 years, of Bloom*
field.
New Suit*.
Edgar M. Moore A Co. vs. The Re
public Oasollne .Co., separate Judg
ments for $377.19 and $129 47.
H L. Hlrshfield vs. Kate ${. and *A
A rranzhelm. suit In fore closure for
i $5,000 with interest.
Commissioners Doings.
J. r. Hoff was appointed Road Com
| mlsstoner for the Fnlonport and Hope
1 dale pike, vice W. W Hicks, resigned.
C. \v. Duke and twenty-one others
petitioned for alterations of a road
. In Springfield township.
Wm. Hardy was ordered released
^ from Canton wurkhouae, -
GASOLINE CONCERN SUCCEED
WITH NEW SCHEME
Spec's! Plsnstcti to thr Intelligencer
ELLEN HO HO. W Va.. March 30 —
Tbe International Patrol company, a
million dollar cononm that Is etpiort
ing a new and cheap method of
manufacturing gasoline out of both oil
and gas have completed an Immense
plant at Cairo, and made their first
run of gasoline with complete suc
cess Former Senator Darla Elkins,
and B. E. Yoakum, the multl-mlltlcn
aire railroad promoter are principal
ownfrs of the enterprise.
Druggists' price lists in Fnglard
show considerable advance-, dm*, in the
case of tincture*, etc..- to thr higher com
of rectified spirit* of wine, and in thr
ca«c of narcotics to thr shortage of
the opium crops in Asia Minor.
railroads.
Baltimore & Ohio
SPRING TOIRS TO
WASHINGTON
AND
BALTIMORE
APRIL 1 AND MAY 2
$10
"ST.0 From Wheeling
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STOCKS AND BONDS.
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[ .FOR SALE ]
STOCKS i
l.a Ball* Iron Work*.
Wheeling Steel A Iron Co.
Foatcria Glaaa Co.
Imperial Glaea Co.
Warmood Bank.
BONDS
*2.000 Wheeling Traction S'*.
Norton (Sb Co.
19 National Exchange Bash
Bril ding.
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We Request .
Offerings of
LA BELLE
IRON WORKS 6*
Howard Haziett & Son
Second Floor Schmulbach Bldg
For Sale
Imperial Glass Co. Stock
La Belle Iron Works
6% Bonds
Fidelity
Investment & Loan Associat’n
1329 XAIX STBBST.
Po-morly Bank of WhtclUf lmlldlaf.
Boll Phono mil Bat. Phono 797
95,000
WHEELING MOLD
6%
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS.
I*rice on Application.
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Geo. W. Baron
812 * 813 SCHMULBACH BUILDING
R. R. Marshall. Mgr. Bond Dep't.
FOR SALE
3r/o and 6%
LOCAL BONDS
GIBSON L CALDWELL
1220 Market Straat.
•all 1822 R. Nat. 47I X.
F. A. HASTINGS
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FINANCIAL
Bank of Ohio Valley
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If You Let Last |
Year Go By j
W ithout taking advantage of Metric Advertising, you 9
neglected the very best business producing pro post- J
tion open to retail merchants. 9
L>o you appreciate the fact that thi'- medium nf publicity 9
reaches more people and produces more direct results 9
and instantaneous sales than an;, other lorm of ad- 9
vertisinj* 9
Are you alv* aware that the original cost ard \rar1y up- I
keep of an electric sign or outline is brio* »h.it of 9
an’. o*her producing form of advertising* 9
f>.n t fall behind simply for the *»utlav of i ♦.-*» J-dlars 9
* hen fh«*«e selfsame Jollars w ill return to you 9
Iron t neglect ’he • ppo^unit'. offered to ymi to in 9
crease sour business. m

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