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M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.
Appointments for the Knsulng Year Made
by the Conference*
Social Dispatch to the IntcUlgaiccr.
I'ARKEiunL-iia, W. Vjl, Sept 23.?Following
aro tho appointments mode by
the Conference ot the M. E. Church
South, which has been in session here
tills week:
rABKEBSBDBO DISTRICT.
8. T. Mallory, Presiding Elder. Parkereburg,
J. 8. Simes; Parkeraburg Cir
cuit, H. M. Smith; Lubeck, D. L. Bush;
Elizabeth, W. C. Leech; Grantaville, B.
E. Simpson; Ravenswood, G. M. F.
Uumpton; Spencer, A. L. Barret;
Riploy, J. W. Simpson; Pt Pleasant, S.
1'. McUlung; New Martinsville, W, P.
Auxier; lylor, H. C. Woodyard; Pleasant
Ridge, 8. A. Knotta; Burning
Springs, supplied by A. Givons.
* CliABKSDUAO DISTRICT.
A. P. Sturm, Presiding Eldor. Clarksburg,
A. S. Bowles; Boothsville, E. T.
Caton; Marion,W. 0. Canter; Rivesville,
M. V. Bowles; Greene, supplied by II.
II. Poling; Sand Rock, supplied by J. F.
Sharploss; l'hilippi, J. H.Burns; Meadowvillo,
W. 11. Chainbors; Braxton, J.
W. Lambert; St George,L. E.Harrison:
Eikins, M. E. Pock; Cednrville,supplied
by Eraatus S. Pugh; Cleveland, J. B.
Stalnakor. Jacksonville, F. M. G'antield;
Mingo Flats, R. H. Edena; Glenvillo, K.
li. Jones.
. FAYETTE DI8TKICT.
V. a. uowezi, presming ciuer. rayettoville,
J. T. French: Summersviile, '
G. \V. McClung: Sewell, 0. N. CofTinan;
Meadow Bluff; W. M. Miner: Webster,
T. if. Houghton: Birch, W. L. McCoy:
Codar (3rove, L. S. McCltuig: Raleign,
A. K. Odell; Raleigh C. H. and Leblong,
J. S, Lemon; Hawks Nest, E. L. Fitch;
Kanawha Fall*, 8. A. Donalioo; Sugar
Grove, J. K. Hedges and C. P. Smith;
Newton, P. D. Nuttor; Osborn's Mills,
B.C. Davis; Addison, J. J. Haines;
Muldon and firownstown, C. H. Burns.
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.
II. L. Watts, Presiding Elder. Charleston
and Elk City, C. W. Cook; Charleston
Circuit, J. W. Crites; Barboursville,
C. W. Shearer; Huntington First
Church, J. A. Black; Huntington Second
Sup.,C. C. Thompson; Guyandotte, J.
M. Lauck; Wayne Circuit, E. Kendall,
Wayno Court HouAe, J. M. Peters;
Buli'alo, B. S. Chambers; Hamlin, W. H.
St Albans, John Martin; Glenwood, H.
L. Smith; Raymond, H. B. Hewlitt;
Fair Plains, Supply, R. H. Mess; Cabell
Mission, Supply, E. Bias. Vice X'residpiit
and Agent Barboursville College,
W. W. Hoyall.
IMTTLETTSBUJiO DIBTRICTS.
B. F. Gosling, presiding elder. Cat- .
tlcttaburg, T. S. Wnde; Ashland, S. G.
Preston; Ashland circuit, J. W. Glover;
"Sapor, J. F. Modley; Loulau, M. A.
Davidaon; Greenup, J. II. Cnrter; Gravson,
A. S. Thom; Mount Zion, S. W. j
Emory; liberty, T. C. Exllne; Kava- .
naugh, A. Given; Leon, H. Moore; 1
Grassland, C. Loan; Martinsburg, E. K. ]
Powers; Editor CenlralMelhodiM, Z. Meek. <
pbesto.NSiiono district. ]
P. G. Walkor, Presiding Elder. Pros- '
tonsburg, I. F. 8. McKinster; Paintsville,
E. C. Switzer; Floydville, K. 8. ;
Bevins; Daniel's Creek, supplied by J. '
Lallorty: Pikeville, L A. Cunfield, one '
to bo supplied by J. W. Tavlor; Edin, ,
supplied 'by R. F. Rico; Blaine/ sup
plied by Jauies Barrett; Warlicld, \V. ;
TT T/imin Tlnrrv Tn^/1 Tslnn/)
Creek, supplied by Klijafi Ilcnsley; Wy
online, Petor Cloy. IJ. W. Reynolds ,
and J. S. Bowles were transferred to the i
Missouri Conference; <i. C. Summers to 1
tho Northwest Texas Conference.
Alllruico Meeting at Wnyncubnrg.
Special Dispatch to th: IrUeHlgcnccr.
Waynhsbcbo, Pa., Sept. 23. ? Tho ,
_largest Allianco meeting ever hold in ;
this section of Pennsylvania was at- !
tonded here to-day by fully three thons- ,
and people. Farmers camo from every
direction. Tho meeting was on the
fair ground and was addressed by lion.
Thomas K. Carskadon,of Kovsor, W. Va.,
and Mr. N. A. Dunning. The speeches
wcro woll received by the poople.
We&t Virginia Pensions,
Sptrfal bl/jutch to the Intelligencer.
Washington, D. C., Sept. 23.?Wcat
Virginia pensions: Original?Josopli 1
Shovor, Thomas M. Ilarrii, Martin V.
B. Colo, John E. AVest. Additional?
Frederick Hadv. Increase?1). Madison
Casey. Original widows, otc.?Jonathan
Funic, father; Jenny l'enn, mother;
Jnno Mason, Mary Hamilton, Martha
E. Itolton, Virginia A. Hall, Margery
Guiy,. Emily Si ran, Ann E. Koaeh,
minor ol Herman Ross.
Tho Victim Bond.
Special THepatch to the Intelligencer.
Baiinesvu.i.k, 0., Sept. 23.?Newton
Jonoe, of Quaker City, who was Blabbed
by Dnvo Boyd, jr., in a fight that occurred
Saturday night at a school
homo two milca west of this placo, is
reported dead.
SUICIDE OP GOV. MOREHOUSE.
The Missouri Statesman Cut* His Throat
With a Pocket Knife.
Mahyhvili.1, Mo., Sept. 23.?Ex-Govornor
Albert H. Morehouso committed
auicido at Ills residence at 0 o'clock this ,
morning. Sovoral weeks ago the Governor
was violently overheated while
driving cattle and has been very nervous
sinco. He was taken a drive by a
friend Inst ni^ht, but became sn excited '
that n physician was called and a watch*
stationed at his bedside. This morning
it was found ho had cut his throat with
a pocket knifo. G&vernor Morehcad .
was born in Dolaware county Ohio,
nn<l iVi'.a n prominent lawyer una politician
io this State. IIo was olectod lieutenant
governor on the Democratic
tickct in 1884, with John S. Jlarmnduko '
iu< governor, nqd upon the death of tlio
lnttor succeeded him ns governor. His
wife and'two of his children are in St. '
Josoph.
TRADE SCHOOLS.
To b? KutnbltBhml In Ma?mohnft?tU?A
Heuclblo Agreement Reached.
Bosto.v, Mass., Sept 23.?An understanding
in relation to trade schools
baa boea arrivea u oy mo juason
Builders' Association Rod tho Bricklayors
Union. It is the first Instance
in tlio history of tho labor movement
in Now Engl and that a trade union and
an organization o( employers hare
agreed upon this question.
Trade nchoola are to be established
ana opened evenings, ah rcjruiar indentured
apprentices are to be given
instruction therein. Nono bat regular
apprentices shall be allowed to onter
tneso schools. All pupils shall be given
instruction in the theory and science ot
trodo they propose to learn.
General Siegel'* Son Pardoned.
Washington, Sept 23.?June 3rd lost
' tho President granted a pardon to
liobert Siegel, son ot General Siegel, of
Now York, convictod of forgery and
sentenced to six years imprisonment at
bard labor, the pardon to take effect at
the expiration of two years and nino
months of actual Imprisonment To-day
tlie President grafted a fu.l pardon in '
view of the extreme illness of the prisoner
and tlie fact that hie torm will expiro
In December.
MODND8V1LLB IjOT SALE. j
A Groat Day In tho Sow Ohl Town?'Tito |
Sale* on the first Day Aggregate About ]
870,000. (
The progress!vemoveinontatMoundsville
reached its zenith yesterday. It ]
was tho first day of the lot sale and a '
great crowd was present, estimated at ,
3,000 peoplo. Specials from Pittsburgh <
and Wheeling brought largo crowds. 1
The citr was in tola Httifri and.the jyi- J
thusiasm knew no bounds. !Dozei#of
convcvanccs met all trains and conveyed
the visitors to the grounds free
of chnrgo, this being a free ollering by
tho people, as was also the dinner. As
the people arrived they were driven to
the grounds, and at one o'clock p. m.
(he mle begun. Tho interest run high,
yet the company made every effort to
keep things on a sound basis. Lots
wore knocked down without dwelling
loug in order to keep prices where they
ougnt to be. At one o'clock the stentorian
voice of Major Beckenbaugh was
heard and tho lirst lot was up. The
people packed themselves close to tho
Ktnnd and stayod there during the
whole of the salo. Tho interest did not
abate, but was as buoyant at tho close
as at the start. Last evening everybody
was enthusiastic and the streets presented
a lively appearance. Tho Moun<i
City coriiot band discoursed lively airs
rroin uio court, uuubu miuui u. <.nu
prospccts for tho second day of tlio sale <
are splendid, and a larjre crowd of peo- ]
pie will bo present. Among the choicost
lots in tho plat will bo offered to-day. I
Tho sulea yesterday aggregated $75,000. 1
The following is a list of tho sales of
yesterday: 1
0.0. Smith, lot 12, section ai.... 8 W0 ?
G. O. Smith, lot 1?, section 31 - 625
B. W. Grimes, lot 14, section 34 - 62.>
0. W. Grimes, lot 15, section 34 - 650
D. 8. Hammond, lot 10, section 34.?. M0 ?
D. 8. Hammond, lot 17, section 84 550 J
1. G. Hammond, lot 18, section 31 &?0 l
I. D. Hurley, lot 20, section 34 - 1.750
I. D. Hurley, lot 21, section 31 - I,7u0 *
C. D. Lukons, lot 2. section 23 ]
B. Hurwltt, lot 4. section 25 S00 J.
C. Alilerson, lot 0. section 25 ? 300
f. C. Aldenion. lot 8, section 25. ?... JJ00
. A. Weaver, lot t). section 25- 32ft
C. 8. Houghton, lot 10, Miction '25 IV)
I. E. Itoberts, lot 1, section 34 - !i00
C. A. Weaver, lot 2, section 24- 425 i
C. A. Weaver, lot 8, section 24 3>0
I. C. Alderaon, lot 1, section 24-. 825 i
IV. II. Dorsey, lot 5, section 24 400 t
E. M. Rice, lot C, section 21 400
. A. Weaver, lot 11, section 21 275 *
I. K. Graham, lot 12, section 21 - 800 j
I. C. Bardall, lot 18, scctlon 24 - 400
IV. W. Smith, lot 14, section 24 875
W. Q. Worley, lot 15, section 24 8V> <
Ueorge Smith, lot IB, section 25-...?M 425
[). W7 Dwirc, lot 18, section 61 - N7S
ios. Emsholmer, lot 17. section 81 - ICO
1. C. Aldcrsou, lot 16, section 64 - 150
IV. G. Worlev. lot 14. section CI - 150 ;
J. W. Burchluul, lot 13, section 01 1?|
I. C. Aldoraon, lot 12, section 61 150 <
J. C. Aldoraon. lot 11, section (A 1?> \
I. C. Aldoraon, lot 10. section W 160 t
George Hmltli, lot 9, Section 01 1<A>
C. V. Kiley, lot 8. section 01 ?- ;
J. C. Alderaon, lot 7, section 04 - 150 I
C. 8. Houghton, lot 6, section 64 1?J ]
c. s. Houghton, lot 5, section 61 l? f
C. 8. nottghton, lot 4, section 64 .. 100
C. S. Houghton, lot 3, section 64 100 ?
?. 8. Houghton, lot 2, section 64 1W t
8. Houghton, lot 1, section 64 1C0
IV. G. Worloy. lot 10, section 32 52o
\. l'aull, lot 11, section 32 330
Paull, lot 13, section 32 8oO
1. C. Bardall, lot 12, section 33 400
I, C. Bnrdall, lot 13, section 83 875 1
C. C. Elscnhnugh. lot 14, section 33 87o t
James I'. Adains, lots 15, 16, 17, 18, (Ulggs (
House) section 33 :. 2,000
1.11. Hicks, lot 1, section 23 - 4o0 *
I. It. Hicks. lot 2, section 23 ~ 37.) i
M. Steele. lot 4. section 23 830 f
F. C. Bardall, lot 0, section 23 - 850 i
I. C. Bardall. lot 8, section 23 - 325 J
1. C. Bardall, lot 1, section 10 - 825 t
D. Lukeus, lot 3, sectlou 10 - 300 ?
J. D. I.ukens, lot 7, section 10 275 {
3. D. Lukens, lot?, section 10 - 250 1
[ Mirtfo Smith. lot 1. section 36 100 \
1. T. Steele, lot 2, section 36 175 \
I. T. Stcolc.lot 3, soction 36 170 ,
I.C. Kelil. lot 4. section 36. .. 180 J
Herman Hess, lot 5, scetlon 36 175
L. II. Morris, lot 6, section 36 - JCJ
M. V. Richards, lot 7. sertlon 36 160 j
latnes P. Adams,lot 17 and house .section C5. 5,100
J. C. Bardall, lot' 12, section 36 375
I). Lukens, lot 13, section 36 375
1D. Lukens. lot 17, hcctfon 3ft. H00
Li. K. McClusky, lot 19, section 86 300
I. M. Beckett, lot 4, section 5 .. 300 (
1. M. Beckett, lot 5, section 6 .... 285 1
M. M. Wlllers, lot 9, section 5 285 <
M. M. Wlllers, lot 10, section 5 .... 285 *
J. K. Graham, lot 12, section 5 250 J
I. K. Graham, lot 13, section 250 B
[>. W. Dtvlre, lot 1, section 31 .. - 225
I. M. Beckett, lot 2, section 34....... .Si 200 {
\V. G. Worley, lot 3, section 84 200
Dr. Bruce, lot 4, section 34.. .. 175
Dr. Bruce, lot 5, section 31 175 :
Dr. Bruce, lot 6, section 34 - 175
Dr. Brtjce. lot 7, section 31 - 175
It. II. Robinson, lot 9. section 30 230
J. F. McMullen, lot 13, section 30 - 225
I. F. McMullen. lot 14, section 30 225
I. M. Beckett, lot 15, section 30 225
W. W. Smith, lot 16, section 30 225
IL P. Carter, lot 11, section 61 200
L. M. Hood, lot 12, section 61.??.. 1H5
M. V. Itlchnrdn. lot 14. section 61 150
M. V. Richard*. lot 15. section 61 150
F. II. BInko, lot 17, scctlou 30.- 320
F. II. Blake, lot IS, section 30 320
F. II. Blake, lot 19, section *) 820
r. II. liiakc'i lot ai, section ?? rcu
J. F. Hurley, lot J, section, 21 - 20J
R. IV. Stewart, lot 24, tcctlun 05 ? 380
VV. Vt. Smith, lot 8. section 57 - 400
\V. W. Smith, lot 0, Miction 57 400
W. W. Smith, lot 10, section &7 .. 4u0
VV. W. Smith, lot 11, section 57..... 400
VV. W. Smith, lot 12, flection 57 400
\V. W. Smith, lot 18, section 57 ~ 400
\V. \V. Smith, lot 7. scction 57 - WW
VV. M. Willow, lot 5. section 20 800
VV. M. Willed, lot 0, flection 26 WW
VV. M. Wlllets, lot 7, section 26 aoo
C. D. Iiukens, lot 10, flection 15 2W
C. I). I.ukciLi, lot 9, flection 15 % 270
1). W. Dow ire, lot 0, section 16 800
Alfred 1'iiuil. Hick* house, section 21 C,7.i0
Ucorge Smith, lot 1, flection 9. - 2t?
tieorce Smith, lot 2, section ft- 200
fJeorge Smith, lot S. section 9 .. - 100
rt. - . c i.i. u, , i..? n irjk l
IIVUI1U "III m*. III! 1, "VliHUU - - ; I
[. N. lCnston, lot 30, scctlon 6..._ 17;'
L. 11. Morris, lot XI. wjctl?n ?
II. Scnniou, lot SO, Motion ? WO
II. Seomon. lot 35, section 6 ...... ? 160
r. c. MoCoIkoo, lot '.'7. section 0 100
C. C. McColgon, lot 28, Motion 0 lj)0
C. 0. McColKon. lot!*), st-ctlon 0. lw
llichnril* .4 AVIllcU, lot 31, scctlon a lfg
RlchnnU A WllleU, lot SI, wot Ion ?. li?
Rlchsnls A Wlllou. lot 33, soctlouO. 1W
Tliom.w Scott, lot 29. section 8 175
rliomns Scott, lot '.TO, unction 5 ?... 175
tleorgoSmltU, lot 27, section! - 175
lleorxft Hniltli, lot 28, section ljJ
Klchartll & tt'lllcts, lot 25, scctlon 5 173
Itlclinnls & Wlllou, lot 2?. section 5 1.1
Rlchsrfl* A Wlliets, lot 22, scctlon 5 180
Rlchnnls J: WIUctK. lot 23, scctlon 5 IK)
Richards & Wlllcts, lot 21, sectlou 5 180
I. W. Kurtz, lot 1, section 3| ? 2.>5
I. M. Iteckett, lot 4, section SL 235
I. M. Beckett, lot 1, section at - jtg
1. M. Beckett, lot d, section SI ?
E, C. Myers, lot,!, section ?1? 200
Kgi.i :
j. r. uuiicy. iui i, nvi-uuii iot
lUchtmls ?fc wlUotn, lot ft, Motion 'JO 190
Richards & Wllleti, lot 6, scctiou 20 190 J.
G. Cook, lot 21. scctlon AO ISO
H. Ij. Aabbrook, lot 22. Motion OA J45
C. D. Luken*. lot H, icction 33 .. 3W
C. D. Lukeni, lot 9, section 88 ........ 200
C. D. Luken*, lot 8, section ? 200
C. D. Lukons, lot 9, section 82 .. 200
P. P. Lnkent, lot A, Motion 82....... .. 200
n n I.nkAni lftt 1. uiollnn 82 - 200
C. 1>. Lukt'lis, lot V, lection 31 200
C. It. Lnkcna, lot 10, wctlnn St"..'.., 200
w. si Bon?, rotis, tetwrnr,.,,.. 200
W. N. Vomr, lot J7, ?ctlon r-"~ 200
'Ills MllMm-Mrlk* Tlirrotrnfd.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept 23.?A demand
for an advance in wngesnfriU shortly be
mado by tho 9,000 railroad coal miner*
in this district. At-a mans mooting today
this was decided upon and it was
rosoHsd to call a convention next Tuesday
to formulate tho demands. The
miners are confident of getting tho advance,
as they say the increased demand
for coal cansod bv the decline in natural
pis will force tho operators to grant
any reasonable advance. If not conceded
they threaten to strike.
Just how an altera tire mediclno
cleanses the system Is an open question;
but that Ayer's Sarsaparilla Joa
produco a radical channo in the blood
is well attested on all sides. It is
everywhoro considered tho best remedy
lor blood disorders. n?w
WEDNESDAY'S BASE BALL.
Leagno and Association Games Plaji
Yeitordaj.
riTTSBUBou, Sept. 23.?Tholiomotea
plaved brilliantly to-day and won wi
ate. The feature* of thegamo was Gi
ein't work in tho box. For si* innin
he held tho visitors down to one liitai
then retired in favor of Maul. Score:
Pltubargh ?.......0 #033500 1^lovvland
-...-0 0000102*Errori,
Cloreland 0. Hits, 14 and
Pitchers, Galvin, Maul and Grebe
Earned, 1 and 5, Umpire Kerin>.
Cincinnati. Sept 23.?The reds we
iliut out in the (innl game of tho pr<
<nt 1 lome lerouna tones wis uiu-rnoo
icon:
:incinuoti..._? o ooooooooSiSSo
0040500 Hits,
5 and 0. Errors, Cincinnati
Earned, Chicago 5. Pltchora Stephoi
ind Hutchinson. TJinplro Emslie.
Boston, Mass., Sept 23.?Tho Broo
lyns were deleatod in both games to-di
lo Boston. Score:
Borton .5 00210080[liooklyn.
0 0 0 0..1 0 0 0 0Hlts,
12 and 12. Errors, 2 and
Earned rnns, 1 each. Pitchers, Clar
son and Futz. Umpire, Gdflney.
Second gnino?
Boxton ? 100001820[Ireoklyu
-0 20000000.
. .. 1 it ti U.. .1.1 .ti,
nils, u anu o, r.rrors, uruumju
Earned runs, 3 and 1. Pitchers, stun
ind Inks. Umpire, Gatfuoy.
New Youk, Sept. 23.?Now York an
Philadelphia split ovon. to-day, eac
winning a game. First gnmo:
few York ..J 02000023'hlladulptala
I 0 0 1 1 0 0 o -IHits,
11 and 5; errors, Philadelphia I
:arned runs, 4 and 4; pitchers, Cougl
in and Thornton; umpire Lynch.
Second gaino:
flew York 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1ftllariolphia.
-....0 10 110 0 0Hits,
0 and 4; errors, 3 and 2; earnc
uns. New York 1: pitchers, CInrksc
ind Eaper.
G. A. K. Father Dead.
Bloomingto.v, III., Sept. 23.?Cnptai
fohn T. Lightioot died hero to-nigh
le wns one of the five men who origli
iled the Grand Army of tho Republie i
Jocatur, III., in I860. Ho was aged '
ind a nativo of Kentucky.
Bliot From Auibuflli.
Louisvulk, Sept. 23.?Near Scott
;illo yeatorday, W. E. G. Richoy,
veil known citizen of tho place, w:
totally shot from nmbush while ridin
ilong' the road. There is no clue to th
nurderer.
DINJiEtt und Supper at O. A. B. Ball ti
tor. m
Steadily Advancing.
Xlie price of property at Monndsvill
a advancing steadily owing to the li
ation of factories and tho increase i
lobulation. The population is boun
;o increase from tlirco to live thougau
rithin the next few months, and loi
jought at the salo to be held by tho J
U. A M. Co., S'eptomber 23 and 24., wi
lonhlo in pricti very quickly. Excu
lion rates and free entertainment i
he sale.
UnnocoHMiiry Suffering.
There is little doubt but that man
>orsons suffor for years with ailment
.lint could easily be rnrod by tho ue
if some simple remedy. The followin
ncident is an illustration of this fact
lly wife was troubled with pain in h(
lido tho greater part of tho tin
or three years, until cured bv Chan
jerlnln's Pain Bnlm. It has, I thin I
)ormanently cured her. Wo also hav
/ >! 1?_1? j_?_
1SUU UUUUIUUillUliO V?>UKM ?UH?WU
vhenevor needed nsd believe it to t
lie beet in tlio world. P. M. Bostoi
Pennvillo, Sullivan county, Missouri.
DAW
ExcurMotis to Pittsburgh Kzpoaltlon via 1
& O., Sept. 24, SO, and Oct. 1, 8,10 an
lAth.
On nbove dates tho Baltimore & Obi
Jompnny will sell excursion tifckcl
iVhcolinc to Pittsburgh and return fc
2 00 including one admission to tli
Exposition, good two days, and wbe
(old on Saturday good to return on Moi
lay.
L.S.GQ0D Bells dry goods the cheapes
n& B (P Importance ol
Eg- _ m.a. _ keeping Uio blood li
tUfti 6 S| la If a pure condition la
U universally known,
B B1 9 I B H nni1 Jot tllcrl> orc
I Mil II I Teryfowpeoplowlic
? havo perfectly pan
blood. Tho taint of scrofula, salt rheum, 01
other foul humor Is hercdlted and transmitted
for generations, causing untold suffering, and
wo also accumulate poison and germs of dls
caso from tho <^!r wc
broatho, 1 # the foot!
wo cat, or mJf AHBtf tho watei
wo drink. W I IB B H Thoro ti
nothing I IB Hi moro con
cluslvcly 9 UUI proven
than tho positive
power of Ilood'fl Sarsaparllla over all diseases
of tho Mood. This medlclno, when fairly
tried, does expel cvory traeo of scrofula 01
salt rheum, removes tho taint which causei
catarrh, neutralizes
tbo acidity and curcs EFjg fl H
rheumatism, drives |J|AAfl
out -the germs of HX I
malaria, blood pol- B
sonlng, etc. It also EU9 Q BJ6 fci; L|
vitalizes and on- - w w wriches
tho blood, thus overcoming that tired
feeling, and building up tho wholo system
Thousands testify to tho superiority of Hood'i
Sarsaparllla as a blood purifier. Full infor
nation and statements of cures sent free.
Hood's
Sarsapariila
Soldbjalldrufglata. JljtlxforgS. Proparedonlj
by a L1IOOD & CO., Apothccarloi, Lowoll, Mom
IQO Poaes One Dollar
HOW TO GET THEM
If you want new customers,
ask for them.
There are hundreds of people
living within a mile of your
store that don't know there is
such a place, and they'll continue
to be ignorant on the subject
unless you take steps to
inform them. Some of us are
too apt to think that "everybody
knows us."
Nlnu/ fhnf linA nf thnnoht is a
mighty bad one for business
men. ff they permit themselves
to be deceived by it, they
are pretty sure to "get left."
Seek publicity. Keep your
name and your store's location
constantly before the people.
Use the newspapers?there'*
nothine like it.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
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: MOUNDSVIL1
" A Greater Success than Antici
Jt of Lots ?
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This is tbo last day of tho salo. Lots wi
ten, to accommodate small syndicates. This
buyers of one lot You can buy from one to
8" an assured succobs from Yesterday's most sui
a Many purchasers cold'their lota within
18 a handsomo profit.
5 YOU MLIL.L 7UZ7Z1
Beyond any question of a doubt if you invosi
' day, boginning at 10 a. m. A special train w
at 9 a. m. Every ouo intorostcd in the salo ii
B. & 0. Ticket office by asking for it. A grr
0 grounds by tho ladles. Join us. You will li
^ day if you invest.
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For Moundsvllls Mining & T
r- STATIONERY, BOOKS. ETC.
MUSIC! 2
1
* Song Classics. Vols. I 4 II.
i? Two volumes, each with about 40 classical
songs, of ucknowlodged reputation.
* Piano Classics. Vols. I & II.
Two largo volumes, full music size, containing
41 ami 31 pieces respectively.
? Yonng People's Classics. Vols. 14II. r
'0 Each volumo contains about CO pleccs of easy \|
i, but effective music.
Son? Classics for Low Voices. Ul
Classic Baritone and Hans Songs. '
]. Classic Tenor Songs. 9
11 Classic Fonr-Hand Collection. Tlj[
19 superior dnet* for piano by nolmonn, God* ^?u;
0 ant, Brahma, and other lefldlDy compowrs. artu.
8 Any volumo In Pnper, $1; Hoards, 81 23;
,r Cloth out, 93. Postpaid.
? Oliver Ditson Company, Boston, g
LYON & HEALY, Chicago. jp
" -- ??" ??? ?. /ia * i? tmtoav r>r\ "t*
. U JX. Uliaw at V.W., 1. u 4SW0NS** a VVI. IKJOII
t* #>7 Broadway, N. Y. 1228 Chestnut St., Phil, gion
- se7MTHA\v gtf
! SOME BARGAINS FOR FAIR WEEK. |S
1 LIVES OF BOONE, CROCK ETT, CARSON" OR
W1TZEM,. finely bound and illustrated, COn. Bv
I rHE8C'OTT 8 MEXICO. 3 volume*. iu box, 81 CO. ontl
, IIUUKLEIIERRY FINK. Now Edition. 81 "0. I ?
One lot (ten titles) FINE SUBSCRIPTION W
[ BOOKS, reduced from 82 ?0 and 83 ?0 to 8125 and lnJPJ
81AU STATE SCHOOL BOOKS >t Contract "ft
, Prices. prlci
1 Look at our 85c. GOc and 7Sc JI nes of STANDARD
BOOKS. Good binding, paper and print.
! STANTON IlAVENPORT, I
i kio 1801 Market Street.
: FINE STATIONERY. HI
Writing Tablets and Box Paper P
, From 10c per box up.
A nice lino of MARCUS, WARD * CRANE'S FIXE
WRITING PAPER J
We havo Jus* received a largo lino of Games fgj
for homo arQiuoment, embracing many new N0
novelties and all of tho old favorites jB,
CABLEBBOS. J
! ou27 1808 MARKET STREET.
| School Books and Slates
lusa
For Public Schools, f
Kt AT H. f. behrens'.
tain
OCIIOOL iiOOKS. Sip
SLATES. PADS. PENCILS. PENS Ac., FOR
SCHOOL USE. Toe
, DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS. MAGAZINES
AND CHEAP PUBLICATIONS. ?n
The Pittsburgh Dispatch 10a por wecK, 200 in- fnn<
eluding Sunday. ,<?
C. H.QUIMBY,
m16 Wo. 1414 Market Street Bole
? T>
. JEWELRY.
NOW IS THE TIME ?
TO SEE OUR NEW
FALL LINES Ani
?OF? "J <j
FINE CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC, I
Bronzes, etc., etc.
newest ana cdoiccsi uoou* on mo ua?ot. q
X. a. SZZjXiOST d? CO. nj
ypbotco new pleco* of Silver opened daily.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
T. H. Higgins, ^
Photographer. Oil
BUSINESS CARDS.
R. T 3
INSURANCE, X
Real Estate and Notary Public ?;
J* BRIDGEPORT. O. ??
3S-D. GUNDLING ACQ.
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-E SALE I C
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- 1891
City
ipated?Near $75,000 tobC
Sold I ?
toa
II bu sold 0110 with the privilege of Tt
i, however, need not Interfere with 'ran
ton. The success of Jloundarille is
:ccsaful sale. Ki
" nftnw ilin nnii/itinoa of
u ion uiiuuraa rtiiv.1 mv |#u?vu?uw ?v
CE MONEY F
cigb
t to-day. Tho sulo will continue to- aulc
ill leavo tho Baltimore & Ohio depot {Jf'(
i iuvited to attend. A freo ticket at O'
ind picnic dinner served free on the
avo a pleasant time'and a profitable to
JU
1MITH, I
Manufacturing Company. Tc
W L. DOUGLAS SHOES. S'
hU my agenta for W. L. Donate* Shoe*. 20
Sot for snt? In your place nub your in
or to nend for cntnloguc, secure the ,7.
Btroc
Wt?flSTHE com
L L DOUGLAS
>3 SHOE CEN?EN I
BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOB THE MONEY? _*9
U a loamlcM hbuo. wltn uo fucks or wax thread /~v
urt the feet; inudu of tlio Im?C lino cnir, ntvlUU I B
eafjr, oud brcause tee make more shoes or this
If than anu other manufacturer. It equal* hantl>d
iihoe* costing from 14.uo to 8S.OO.
? <10 i'iittitic* JIhkiI-hi-wmI, the finest calf p?
9m nhoo urer offered Tor 63.(1);-equal* French -.i.u
nrtod shoes which rout from $3.0" to $m?. JT/Jrj
I 00 Hand-Mewed WelTShoe, fine calf. lvu?
r? stylish, comfortaLlo nnd durable. The hint nt-'li
> over offered at thin price: same grado as cut- aert,
madeshoos coating from flM to $?.?>. id
J 00 Police Hhoei Farmers, Railroad Men ?V
nnd litllprt'Drrlnrinll irnarlhpnit (Innnntf. / 1 .
iless, smooth Inside, hoavy tbreo solos, extcu- r*l
edge. Ono pair will wear ayeur. r-f,,
8 30 flno cnlfi no better shoe over offered at ?'K 1
this prices one trial will couvloco thoso ?
wont a shoo ror comfort and service. boll
8ti5 antl &'i.00 Workluaniun'a shoes pror
? arc rory srrou* and durable. Tlioso who b*\ui
i given them a trial will wear no other make. int j,
1 Vft' o'i.OO null #1.73 school shoe* ore y,
'JO worn by tho boys everywhere; they tell *1 >
lelr merits, iu? the Increasing sales show. una
IfliAO $3.(10 11 iind-sewed slioe. best bout
UlOO DonRoht, verystylhrtr.oqualsltanch hotu
)rted shoes coating from il.ui tojMm Cjml
idles* si. 30, tti.00 and 01.73 shoe for
osaro tho best flno Dungola. stylish and durable.
lutlon.?See that wT L. Douglas' namo and
?aro stamped on tho bottom of each shoo. ay0.'
W. L. D0U0LA8, Brockton, Mass. W.
" jjrl
ojie'a cabii Bnox Stoue. 1012 Main Street,
[kexellbk it Sarver, 2151 Market tftieot, TJIJ
s dkcgan, Kenwood. Jua-ttiiss j}u
MEDICAL. F(
EALTH IS WEALTH. ,
half
asai
L E C WEST'S NEKVK akd BBAIN Thkat- loli?
r, a guaranteed spedflo for Hysteria, Dlzxl- TrI,
, Convulsions, Fit*,. Nervous Neuralgia, t.'nv
ilschu. Nervous Prostration caused tiy tno i.v,,
of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental v i,
region, poftenlng ot the itralu, resulting In ILJ
ulty and leading to tnlserv. decay cud death.
nature Ola Age. barrenness,- Loss of Power
Ither sex, Involunlary losses and Spcniiat
era caused by overexertion of the brain, T7'
abuse or over-indulgence. Hacb box con- Pj
i one month's treatment, fl Ol) a box, or six th
a for IS UO, sent by zuall prepaid on receipt Bolx
rico. on tl
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
ure any cose. With each order received by
jr six boxes, accompanied with $3 oo, we will ')
I the purchaser our written gunranteo to ro1
the money if tho treatment does not offoct ?"ni,
ro. Guarantees issuod only by Jf*j
Me LAIN lmOTHERS, Druggists,
Agents, MeLaln's lilock, Corner ilarket and SJft
reflth streets. Wheeling. W.Va. JalO-rrnMW ?ald
Free, Free, Free Trial!
f.F.P.TRO NFRVTNF. &
Cjires Permanently Sjg
Slseases of tho Nervous Svitom, either Acute p,>
hronlc lu either aex. It hestokes Impaired te
jOit I'uwem. Checks all Forms of Waste 01 mou
In; Makes Ktrung tho Weak. Full packaga, elccl
Uz for $5. Trial package, 12o, (with book), jn t\
aeaurely sealed on receipt oljirlce. Address, with
lilt G, F. ADAM, iiual
4 No. 8701 Cottago Grove Ave., Chicago, I1L br u
Til
ORNICE AND TIN ROOFING. (<??
LYAN1ZED IRON CORNICE w
AKD Kl
TIN +ROOFING# ?
Jlal attention frfven to all kinds of She* t v
Iron and Tin Work on Buildings. Alio neC(j
Steel and Felt Kooflng. llTcr
and get prlcoi before contrHctlng. aa I am ?n <
XKEPABXp TO GIVE OAUGaScs O"r]o
itithat llnci nf work. -
CKH1
1 It
. P. CHLDMELL
15 Corner Main and SontU Street*
IIE WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER "l*
1* a bright, uparklliif. Instructive family to Jj
naL It is orlgiual lu every deportment. ('fl i.
n In every line and rotted as It Is lntcndud pure
ttertpt and Improve every member ot til* Mcaj
Lly, whether In city or country. ?el
WANTED.
trANTE[>?AOKXTS, JUI.I-: AvT]
T Muute. to sell thqjlrabaut T.ulo: cJ.
i> I14MI <l?y cl?ir j.rui!: maple z:.i u.-.Jfl,'.
tin 25 oeptii; moni-v rrfui.dvl II nut ut?
orr. Addr** W. V. JOHNSTON, a \yJ
M itrcgt. Cincinnati. 0. m^u-ilh^
FOR RENT.
IOK REN*1'. ~~ ~
tai|> Morei room now bclns bnllt on Miln
"* t Will un ?iroS
ni ^ '??}- A. le"fnt wnM occum
.YW0,0.' {'PtottSHC l>nt II nOTQiMtTlt trill
liviticd into sioro ioobu to iult Iii^ulrvj ol
JAMES I. 1UWI.KY
15 -* * 1 Xo. 1410 Main itrwt.
TOCKftpLDERS' meetings.
rOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING.
Tho stockholder* of the Wheeling liuildin#
K-lntlon will mo-it lu room So. -i at No. i:m
k.et CrftDKlo'i block, on TuckUt
ling. October n.j8Hl.nt 7 o'clock, to adopt
aws. olect o bonrtl of directors anil transact
i other bustne-M as may como U fore them
s will do received at the same time. for
k or Information ni.nly to cither of the united!
Thomas O'Brien, James II. McCluro
u dator. Jobu T. Cowl. W. H. llallcr'
w MpAdamg is. E. Adams, (}. W. Atkinson.'
. prady, N. W. Heck. will. Anderson, k-1b
GENPRAI NrtTirrc
NOTHER RECONCILIATION
vccn a well fcnovrn lady and gontlcraan of
' this oitjr, through tbo Influence ot
MADAM MITCHELL,
n At 1027 VirkotStrret. Third Floor.
raricfi
) CONTRACTORS AHD BUILDERS
ftre prepared to furnish tho boat quality ot
a AND for build Ins purposes ut muju?rate*,
l'rices on nppllcutlon.
MAILSII & DUBOIS,
>lophono727. \y& ucllnlro, 0.
ITY TAX NOTICE.
Office of Titr. Cmr Com.ixtox,
I'VDLIC DVlWtVi, J.
WnpELIKO, September 17,1891. )
>tlco Is hereby glvou that tbe City Tuxo? (or
will bo duo and payable nt (he ofllce of tliu
Collector, Public Building, Thursday, Ocr
1,1801.
irions paying all ox tuolr tuxen on or before
1st day of November, 1891, will be entitled
discount of two per cent on c.ty taxes.
10 taxes on real cifcite will bear interest
1 November 1,1891, at tho rnto of 10 per cent
annum until paid.
JOHN A. WHITE.
17 City Collector.
FOR SALE.
OR SALE?A GOOD PAYING
gent's furni-hliur business, established
teen yean. Proprietor going into the who cbusiness
In Now York 1* the reason for sell*
Address "FURNISHINGS," caw IntcUifen.
olli re. n'IT
rOOKS, UONDS AND REAL lijT
TATK FOJt SALE.
shares Street Itnihvny Ca
shares Wheeling Pottery Ca
shares Commercial Bauk.
shares Jettenon Insurance Ca
hbare* Warwick Chlnu Co.
three-story HrickoJJufldlug, 1207 and 120)
l street
TllOMAS O'BRIEN. Broker,
lephono 439. No. 1147)4 Main Street
rOCKS AND REAL ESTATE FOR
SALE.
shares /Etna Iron au?l Steel Cotnpnny.
fhares Wheeling Ico aud Storage Co
chares Flro and M/irlae insurance Co.
shurefl lteiiuout Nail Mill.
shares Lunelle Kail Mill.
lot and u half of ground on South l'ena
it. Cheap.
It, S. IRWIN.
,4 Broker, No. 24 Twelfth ?tre?fc
VLOON FOR SALE.
ring to tho death of my late partner. Wm.
dltf, deceased. tho naloou Ih for sale. Apply
10 unaeralgnod at 1135 .Market street.
SAMUEL LA11N1IART.
HEKUXO, Auocgr 29, JSJt. auJO
Olt SALE.
LARGE LOT.
or- Market nud Twenty-fourth streets; dolimbic
for manufacturing site.
SEVEN ACRES
iear ElmGrovo; deslrablo for gardening.
W. V. HUGE & liltO..
S . 1300 Market street
LD AND RARE VIOLINS
FOR SKLE.
>f. Vass hoi left two very duo old violin*
, us to dispose of. Ono a copy of tho stmlins
model, the other aStoiuur model. Also
rer plated ? flat Cornet, niado t>y H. !-? )?,
These Instruments are ottered nt bargains.
F. W. BAUMERJt CO.
ILK OF VALUABLE CITY l'HOl'
EltTY. I will wll ut prlvute Milo (Iio toiiow
projwrtv belonging to the estate of Kobort
pbcll. deceased, to-wlt: Tlio llobert CamjH
hotuesteud, No. 11 South Tomi street; tiio
ie?y occupied by Sir. J. 11. Moiso, corner of
h Peun ami Zone streets; flic west half uI
il In 1). Zuno's udditfon on the north nldo of
inia street, occupied by K. II. Uurt. druggist,
other tcuants; house No. HC on fii>t Mdo <>(
b l'eun Mreot. occupied by Mr. Samuel Ulm;
o No. '28 on Mitno street, occupied by Mr.
-lex J. Wolty.nnd bouse No. &J on samestreet,
pled by Mr. John P. Smith. For price* ami
m apply at the oflicc of Caldwell A Caldwell,
meya-at-law, over Germun Dank. Wheeling,
'a. ALFKKD CALDWELL,
0 Administrator.
ILDING LOTS FOR SALE
>rtT-flvo Building lots In Kirk and
Lijiphurdl's Addition t? tlm City
of Martin's Ferry, Ohio.
icno lots aro pnrt of twentyono acres?one*
of tho projtertr known as the old Newlr.nd
u?und aro pleasantly situated on gently
lt?sfground:good natural drainage; acornding
und pleuslug view of tho city, as well
Wheeling and tho Ohio Itiver.
10 location 1* certainly ouo of the choicest
le city, not far from a large and commodious
iol bonne, within a few minute*' walk of
ilectrlo street car line nearly completed, and
fn ten minutes' walk of postotllce. railroad
on. ferry landing and the Terminal Kailbrid-to
and other prominent points. ,
ic?o low und building files will bo sold on
and cosy terms to *ult purchasers.
r further particulars inquire ut once of J.
IANKS, or at tho olflco of the HELMONT
WING CO., Martin's Ferry. Ohio, or C. A.
AEFER & CO.'8 Heal EstatoOfllco, Wheeling
' * _ au&!
__ EXECUTOR'S SALE.
XECUTOKS' SALE OK VALUABLE
OHIO COUNTY REAL ESTATE
0 undor?h.'ued executor*ot the wiawi ox
rt Glflin, deceased, will oiler at public fc*o,
tie premises, on
TUKSDAY, OCTOBER 14.MM,
mcnclnB Rt 10 o'clock a m.. the homo form
jo Mild uobert Oinin, ^'uatwl on tho w?wrs
wile llun, two mile* north of 1 Joint JMI?,
be Wheeling PltlubnKh dt imltluK rt ni l
. ami tou mile* oast of Wheeling. In bU*-r >
let. Ohio county. West Virginia. eoiitrtJuiii?
hundn-d and seventy acre*. more or i?.
farm will be ?old im a whole., or in J{
rato tract?, of seventy and ore hwnwrea
i. a* mny be deemed I o?t by tho
its Uono of the mo^t productive fanns It i t no
hborbood In which It l? ^Itunted. Tucro
wo Rood fmmo honw? on t he 1 V?,
i, table* and other ?u1,bu!ldlnp. A iKJJj
e orchard und other fruits, fhc farm la
iron ana anoui nriruu m.n - M ? ?>....
vccslon given April J. M!tt
JUU or tixw.:?Ono-third of tho purchaw
oy, and as much more ui I lie pureba?er mny
: to pny In ca*b on day of tale. The b^tiniico
ro cqunl payments of one and two years,
I inten.-flt from April 1, 1802, payable u lily.
The dofcrreu pprirems to be Mcurea
deed of fruit on the property.
?io to Hold farm 1* lichen d to be perfect
r ,urP,.<!r information, lnnulre of the ojtecu.
t at Valley Grove and Honey " 1'olat, Wat
Into, or W.-M. Dunlnji. Wc*t Alexauilar, l'u.
MORROW GIUSOX.
DANIEL A. GIFFJN.
7-MTh.nr Kxfcmoni-.
xecutor's Sale.
rill oflbr for rata at pnblln auction, on Weday,
thts LOth day oi Pepicmhvr, 1>5?1, at l'">
y atablo, cornor Alarket and Ninth wevK
? city c?f Wheeling, cominenclrj? flt 1?
cJt a. m., 14 head of hone*. 3 nibs. I coupe. 1
? n AmnlhlM medium
irgo oxnnlliiiA. 1 l*n?l or j
cgiigo wa*on?, 3 L?rv'- W?? Vd Awtl*.
h. Njveral lott Of harne?*. ^ jJf. Hb-iut i
many wfaor vtlete,w??af"^n1if.fl ?nvci,
jr Mablf. Al?o a lot of faroiuin.
miftu.desk*,bed*?n?lbfildln*. tlnJr
urn or 8AUs:?Kor nil
0 or 1cm ?iih. for all J,ur<;h.u^^vi..n. iUo
1 credit oftnreo mouths \M bf K? p,?v04
II ;! K*?ou>r of Tbomu P. SMUt"*
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