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declared purpose to Introduce a rev . enuo tariB policy ia this country, witt a roiolatlon adopted by Congress an nounclng a polley which shall be gen uinelv American, confidence will comi J back, and thii vait gum of mone; [withdrawn from circulation] will fine its way into the banks and in due conrsi ' into the channels of trade. The sug sestion for atato bank money, comln) from any quarter, ihould be promptl] rejectod, and the party proposing li should be deprived of tho power to pro mote such a scheme. The experiena through which we have passed durin| the last threo months should admonish us that whatever other kind of mone; we may employ atato bank mone; should not be thought of. Had ou: one hundred and twenty suspended na tional banks been atate banks, follow ing their suspension would have corndiscredit to their notes, which wouli have been nowhoro received, and i monetary disturbance would have en iiiut #hnt mnit havA caused universa bankruptcy and rain. Even as it wag and bad as It was, to have these nation (1 banka augpend, it ia to bo noted t< the credit of the system that the billi of every suspended national bank weri aa good as gold and pais as freely ai though tly banka had never doted. TUX l'BESIDEMT HITS IT. The President in bla rocent mosaogc makes a significant and for him a some what surprising statement. He says: It mar bo true that the embarrassment from which the business of tho country 1a sutTbrlnj arises as much from evils spproaeodod ss f roc those actually existing. I bolieve that in this sentence the President has uttered a great truth ono which will And in the mind o every thoughtful man a quick and ap proving response. Whatever othei things may have contributed to oui presont condition, ovory man knows as tho President puts it,'that the groal underlying cause is from "evils appre hended"?evils which are yet tocomeevils which are threatened?evili which it ia believed will follow the exo cuted decrees of the last Democrats national platform. He announces ir his message tho real ovil to be appre hended. Ho emphasixes the monace it almost the last paragraph of the met sage which I quote iu the following language: It was my purpoce to irammon Congren it special session early la the coating Soptombc that we might enter promptly upon the work o tariff reform, which the true Interests of thi country clearly demand, which io luge a ma iority of-the people, aiahowu hjr their nutTragei desire anil expect, and to the accomplishment o which every effort of the present admlnlitratloi li pledged. Thia is the noto of warning. This ii tbo alarm bell. This Is the evil to bi apprehended, and tbe one most of al others which the country foars, and be cause of which it is, in a large part, suf ferine to-day. He renews the throat o his platform and declares that every et fort of the administration shall be em ployed to carry it into execution, lie move that throat, and confidence woulc at once come back; business would re snmo its old condition; mills woalc start, and idle men find work and wages It la the anticipation of tariff reforn or froo trade or a revenue tariff whict has set the country whore it is. Wlx can donbt it? That a revolution in oui tariff policy ia to bo expected admits ol no doubt. A TWO SYSTEMS OS TBIAL. So tbo two economio systems an W again on trial in Ohio thia year. Thi Kepubllcan party has ronewed its ad herence to the system of a protoctivi tariff, and the Democratic party baa through its platform, declared its ad lierence to freo trade or a tariff for rev enue only, and has put in nomination gentleman who has beon conspicuousl; identified with the free trade wing o tho Democratio party, and is the ropre aentative of the most radical views upoi the subject. What the Eepublicai party moans by protection it has inter pretod lu its legislation for tbo las thirty-three years, and its most recen expression upon that subject ia fount in the tariff law of 1800. So the peopli know what the Republican party meani by a protective tariff, and would be gla< to know what the Democratic port] means in detail and with particularity by a tariff for revenue only, it la lor tunate, therefore, that wo bavo ono s< distinguished and able?the very aatho: of the tariff plank of the last Demo cratio National platform itself, to Riiviw the country exactly what the party nov in power will do with the tariff. It hai occurred to mo, therefore, to oak mj distinguished competitor what hig tarif would do with tho law of 1800 in detail r. - the democratic threat. It is truo that our protective logiala tion still stands, but the Democrats . party is pledged to repeal it Tho; have in platform declared it a fraud anc a robbery and the culminating atrocit] of claaa legislation They havo gone sc far as to pronounce it unconstitutional Their victory last year, as they interpre it, was a decree to tear up protectioi root and branch. Is that not true? 1 so, then the commonest instinct of busi ness prudence demands the bnainesi world to take notice. They havo doni it, and the presont condition of th< country tells tho rest. When a man 1i ' sentenced to be hung, he suffers all thi j tortures of death before he has eve seen tho halter, and the most recklesi man, undor such a sontence, gotft read; | for the death which is to ensue. ; Tho Republican party can be countet upon to act in unity and patriotism it a crisis like the present, and thero an thousands in this country not Kepubli icfigi cans who can be relied upon to co-oper ate with us in rescuing the country from the business perils into which i jC has fallen. votes better than petitions. : : I bave observed in tho press that it many parts of the country petitions an being circulated, signed by Democrat! worklngmen and othors, addressed fc Congress, praying that no reductions bi made in the dtjtios npon foreign good: in the manufacture of which they an engaged. This is well, for there Is noth ing more potent in this country than . well considered pnblie sentiment, cannot, howevor, forbear saying in thi connection, that petitions and prntost are not so effective as votes, and thi best and most authoritative expresaioi of public sentiment is made at the polls Governor McKinley pnt ono taril . schedule after another at his opponen and asked him what dntios he wouii provide for each of thorn. He acorei the pension policy of tho adminiatra tion as unfair to the honest pensioner He said in.conclusion: TBS RIGHT WILL TRIUMPH. ja . I havo an abiding faith that upon thi if ' issues which are before us and whicl [&. divide us, the right will triumph b; )V the iadgment of the tribunal of th pooplo. Both'parties can not be right i have a confidence unshaken tba |"v upon every issue presented by the Dem ocratic party the Bepublican party i -right Its triumph, however, will no . come without effort and energy. W K": learnod last year that faith withou K* works did not win the victory. Thi year there is a confident spirit ever; t where prevailing. We should bead KUr monishod by last year's experience tha k majorities are not secured by confidouc ?v alone. This year let us accompan; R; oar oonfidenoe with seal, with, work with a full vote. Never wu a politic i contestinOblomoreimportant. now a - improssivo Republican majority moi . needed, never its accomplishment moi I certain, it all who believe alike will a r together. I am sure the opportnnll 1 now given to the people to make the 9 voice heard and needed, will not pai unimproved. I do not appeal for I party triumph merely, but (or a cam r which ia the people's cause. I rest a t appeal upon tbe principles and policii lor which tbe Bepubllcan party atone 3 ?protection and reciprocity, bone ; money and an booeat ballot. Thei i aecured and continued will inauro tt f highest interests o( tbe people, advam ; the general welfare, promote our indu r trial development, encourage the trt American sentiment, establish con! . dence in the future, and lift the clone s which have settled upon the labor an i enterprises of tbo people. > ? I DOC At, BREVITIES. t Matter* of Minor 'Moment In and Abo the City. ' Opkiu Houke, this evening?a 1 Fields' Minstrels. ! Suowxna fell noarly all day yesterda; but altogether not enough rain can: down to thoroughly lay the dust * * ? * ? ? ..t.l.Unmall JAt Knlr -iV BUIHTiMIAL robuiuiu^ nan ? i/t? 9 built on Charles straot, at the Twolft street end, for the protection of tt property on the hillside. Last night the ladies of St John i Lutheran church, at Elm Grove, gave ' very successful and enjoyable lawn fol , for the benefit of the chapoL Most of the cornfiolds that were a f most matured when they were fiattene . out by the recent storm did not rii r again, and the work of cutting it will t r difficult and ugly. Five cases made up the police com ; roster yesterday, and three of thai went to the hill. Larry O'Koefle ft - striking his wife, got sixty days in d< I fault of $20 and costs. | The presbytery of Washington me : yesterday at Upper Tonmile. Rev. D ' Cunningham ana Rov. C. M. Alford ai ' in attendance. Kev. Dr. Cooke was di 1 talned in the city by business. Woek has been begun on the gradin ' for the track to connecttbe Baltimore Ohio and Wheeling 4 Elm Grove rai | way tracks near the East Wheelin ( stockyards. This will be a decided coi ] venionce when completed. , Abtist John Mvles has finished on ' of the finest crayon pictures of the laf Dr. A. F. Stifol that was ever exhibitei , It was such a faithful picture of the di , ceased that when Ur. Anton Royma [ saw it he ordered a duplicate. Tub United States Express Uompan . will take cham of tho express businei [ of tbe Cleveland, Lorain & Wheelin . road September 15, and expect* to in . crease its facilities and give a muc . improved service niter that date. 1 Tnao. Morris says that the "Littl Gem" nutmeg, raised la West Virgini 1 alone tho Ohio river, from Moandsvill . to the Kip Kanawha, outsells tbe Geo i gia and all other melons. The hotels n i buy them, and there is a profltabl ) trade in the domestic way. Health Offices McCoy yesterda swore out two warrants for Garbag Contractor Lawrence Clark, for foilui to remove the garbage irom an Eai g 'Wheeling house and one in tho Firi ward. This is the tint prosecution fc several weeks, but not tho llrst oppo: " tunity lor one. D Madame Kate Rolla, Wheeling , prima donna, assisted by Mr. Charlc - Ott, will give a song recital i - the Odd Fellows' hall to-mo a row ovenlng, and it is m Y rash to predict that a large, select an f delighted audienco will greet her in hi - own homo. Mr. Ott's part of the evoi l ing's entertainment will, it is neodlei i to say, also be groatly enjoyed. ' ABOUT PEOPLE. t 1 Stranger* in the Oltj and Wheeling Folk j Aoroau. 9 F. W. Bracken, of Sistereville, is c 1 the Bohler. r Mrs. F. Hiser left yesterday on a visi ' to Baltimore. A. J. Hunger!ord, of Parkersburg, is J Windsor guest Dr. Githons, restding near Woodi , field, Ohio, is in the city. i G. M. McKay and wife, of Sistorsvilli a registered yesterday at the Bohler. ' Jacob Good left yesterday over th 1 PanHandle on a trip to Ndw York. James Clark and wife, of Charlestoi are the guests of friends on the Sout - Side. - Mrs. Georgo Foth and Miss Minni Foth, of this city, are guests of Mrs. . Pracht, of Wheeling.?01 utic. Miss Carrie Hobbs, of Martin's Ferr left yesterday for Baltimore to visit ro stives. She will spend some tin there. Mr. W. R. Donaldson, who was e severely hurt recontly by a runawa accident, is able to be out, though sti far from well. Miss McHwaine, of Now York, wh has been the guost of Mrs. Josep Spoidel for seme time past, returne home yesterday. Capt. E. A. Sadler and Thomas I Eoff, two popular Fan-Handle railroa men from ColumbuB, came in last nigl and will take the oxcursion to Ohicaf ont on that road to-day. Dr. R. R. Swopo, Dr. G. A. Aschmai Mr. James Gardner, Walter Vardy an Mr. Buckley leave to-day on the Clev land, Lorain & Wheeling for Detroi where they go to attend the nation; convention of the Brotherhood of S Andrew. Dr. Aschman, Mr. Buckle ' and Mr. Vardy will fro from there 1 s the World's Fair. c Among the arrivals at the Stsmi 9 yesterday were: Miss Sue Moore, Mr 3 M. Moore and Alico Mooro, of Froctoi a F. D. McCoy and W. E. McBride, i 0 Sisteraville: Miss Douglass, Miss Wi| . gins, Mrs. J. C. Fouler and Mrs. W. 1 a Oliver, of Wbllsburg; Charles 0. Bile; 1 of Mew Matamoras; J. T. T. Hundle' , of Bethany, and Rov. S. H. Doyle,! a Moundsvillo. 0 Police Pickups* Lawrence Clark, the garbage coi I tractor, was arrestod last night on tn t charges of violating the garbage ordii 1 ance. His trial will bo in polico cou 1 this morning. John Gallagher, a vag, was polled b , Officer Porter; Tom Fletcher, drunk, t Haberfield, and Mat Moron, drunk, I Luklns. Nobody will suffer with liver or kit ney disease If they take Simmons Liv Begnlator. Grand Daylight Excursion to Chicago the Baltimore A Ohio lUUlrond. Wednesday, September 13, the Ball more & Ohio Railroad Company wl sell excursion tickets, Wheeling to Of cago and return, at the rate of $11, gO( returning ten days, including day sale. Tickets will be honored only : day coaches. Train will leavo Wheelii at 6:60 a. m., arriving at World's Fa gronnds, 8:66 p. m. and Chicago 0:! p. m. DON'T tall to nod 8ttf?l * Co.'* ad. U mu ruins. al TO NOMINATE A DISHOP. ,U Tb? Dtoewan Council to Maet liar [? Tbli Voreaoon. ?t This forenoon tbo council of priest ,y of this dloceie will meet it St. Joseph' ir cathedral to conalder the choice of " successor to Biihop Kain. The counci Ig compoiod VI Rt'Rev. Mgr. Sallivai Iy administrator of the dioceae inter regnuv > Rev. John McElligott, chancellor, Be\ ia Father Mullen, of St. Mary's. thia citj >t and Very Rev.. lather O'Connor, c e Clarkaburg. 10 These councillors will presont to th ;G authorities at Romo the names of thre s- priests whom they considor suitable fo ie bishop. One name will be sent a |l- most worthy, one as moro worthy, an la one as worthy. The bishopa of th d province will alio make a similar ?lat< and from theae namoa the new biaho wilt be cboaon. It waa aald last night that Cardlni Gibbons had deputed Rev. Father Mac ut Eliigott to preaide over to-day's deliber ationa. It waa supposed he might sen .1. aprleat from Baltimore to preaide. Rev. Father Donohue, Rov. Fathe Stafford and Rov. Father be vine, of Bai timore, have all been namod aa aultabl successors to Biah'op Kain, aa havo ala several clergymen of this diooose. Lai 'f evening a prominent Catholic iaymai " naked tbo Inteltjoenceu to do what i 18 gives it groat pleasure to do?advocat the nomination as "most worthy" c 's Rev. Father MacElligott. Said he: a "Wbyahould theclergyof the Wheel o ing diocese go out of our own state t choose a bishop? We have the mate 1. rial for the auccesaor to the blahopri d right bore. Hev. Father MacElligot ie Berved the late bishop as private aocre 10 tary, and he knows more than aav otbe clergyman of the affairs of tbo diocese rt He is. besides, popular all over the state n and most so right here where he is bes .. known. He is yonng and would mak y as ideal bishop. If the choice wer left to tbo Jay voto he would be over . whelmlngly elected." 11 The result of to-day's conference wll r- bo watched with absorbing interest, ai 0 the first stop toward choosing Bisho] s" Kttin'a successor. 8 WORLD'S FAIR TOURISTS. J. People Coming from and Going to th g llle Exhibition. i- Mr. Camille Noy left yesterday. R. K. Giffin and wife loft yesterday. |? 11 D. Post left yoatorday afternoon 5? George M. Varney and wife leave to D. day for the World's Fair.a Hugh Crockard, jr., and wife leavi this morning for the World's Fair, y Dr. 0. M. Frissol and wlfo and Mis is Gene Logan left yesterday for thi g World's Fair. i- Lawrence Sands, cashior of the No h tional bank, left yosterday ovor the 0. L. & \V., accompanied by his wife, to at le tend the fair. ia Mrs. Charles Roaalay Tracy and Mrs lo Anna Wilson, two charming matron! - /v?. r- leave to-morrow lor uio iruiio vi*; 11 ovor tlio B. & 0. 6 Among tho number who left on thi afternoon train by tho B.& 0. wore Mrs y George B. Caldwell, Misses Mattio anc Sue Caldwell, Rose Hoffmann, Jossii o Bants, Kate Boslov, Anna Leo, Flori it Wolty, Gasslo Wright, Prof. Charle )t Killmoyer and family, lira. John S ir Welty, Henry Hecltel, 0. A. Aber r- crombio, Arndt and Will Kino, of Clays ville; OUvor Handa and wife, of Fair 'a mont; John and J. N. Ryan, of Ein ia Grove; Ed Hchaeffer, Will Kirbach ant it many othors. r Jt PITTSBURGH WINS d )r EaaUy With Her Bnttlag Clothes on Gauies Klaewhoro. jB Baltimore?Tho Pittsbnrghers bai on tbeir batting clothes to-day and woi with ease. Attondonco3,000. Score: PrmBOBOK R. II. P. A. BUT1XOM. K IX. I". A. : Smith. If... 2 H 3 0 0 McGravr, u. 1114 Donovan, r. 1 1 1 0 0 Kelly, if 110 0 Uccltlor, 1- 8 3 8 0 1 shindle, 1.0101 it Glnuc'lt.u. 12-210 Taylor, 1..0 0 0 0 VanU'n. 2. 1 8 8 4 1 Biodto, cf.. 0 18 0 , Lyons, 8b.. 0 2 18 0 Keltz, 2. 0 0 8 5 it Siouicl. cf.. 1 1 8 1 OUUks. r...... 0 2 4 0 Karto. 0 1.8 <2 0 Koblnwn, 0 0 0 4 0 Ktllcu, p.... 1 1 0 8 .0 Mulbine. p.. 0 0 0 0 a ; Brown, p.... 0 0 '0 0 Total 18 19 2714 1 -^oUl 2 6 2411 3 Earned runs, Pittsburgh 10, Baltl more 2. Two base hits, Stonzel anc ' Lyons. Throe base hits, Glasscock Beckloy, Shindle, Kelly. 8acri9ce bits o Van Haltren, Donovan, Killen 2, Uni lnnnnnd Glllcs. Donble Tilavs. Shindle l, 'Itoitz and Taylor, Shindlo, McGraw anc h Taylor, Earlo and Van Haltren. Firs baao on balls, by Mullano S, by Killei ? 3. Hit by pitcher, Brodio. Struck out j by Mullano 2,' Killon 2. Wild pitch ,1 Mullano. Time, 1:45. Cleveland?Cleveland, 4; Now Yorl , 6. Earned runs, 2 and 3. Errors, : jl and 3. Hits, 7 and 12. Pitchers l0 Clarkson and Rusio. Umpiro, Emslio Louisvillo?No frame betweon Wash 10 incton and Louisville?rain. y. Sk Louis?St Louis 1, Brooklyn 9 11 Errors, 2 and 1. Hits, 4 and 1. Pitch ers, Hawley and Konnody. Umpire 0 Hornung. h Baltimore Live Stock Market. Ukioh Stock Yahw, Clajumoxt, V Monday. Sept. u. j \ Swine?Tho market for hogs this woek, a a anticipated In lost week's report, boa advanced it tho improvement being abont There is .. fair trade generally In the yards. Quotation ?? for (air to good light western hogs range fror 86 GOhG 90 p<!t 100 lb*., and a few choioe a shad ' higher: heavy western samo grado hogs sell a ?f SGOOaOfiOporlOO lbs. gross; roughs sell at 8^ SO id 6 00 per 100 lbs. gross, no cbango from last weel q. Receipts of hogs this week 10.685 hernl. f Siieep and Lames?The market is dragging to day, with sheop ?o lowor and lambs so sine 11 Thursday. We qaote sheep2K*3Xc per lb., an t. lambs ^alXc per lb,, and a fow extra at 4}$c pe ty lb. gross. ' g ? Nobody noed sudor from languor an< melancholy if tboy take Simmons Livo m Rognlator. a. . >y Ifr. J. A, Wheeler "While Serving My Country J' I ira taken ffl with spinal disease and rhet natism. When I retained borne my troabl was still with me, and I ms oonflMd to my be< la unable to holp myself for 33 months. AIM taking seres bottles of Hood's 8anapartlla [j. was well and have not slnoo been troubled wit II myoldoomplalnt*. Mj wile was In ill bealtl , suffering with headache, dlnlncai and dyi pepsla. She took two bottlei of ?' Hood's Sarsaparilla and Ms Ilk* new msirf ? JajcEI 1 I* WnngLgB, loop Division Bt, Baltimore, Mil. 36 Hood's Pills are the best arte Ml Inner PUIi asalitJltesBon.carebe^laclie. Iryaha. j, rpHE mTELLIGENCEE X ?ACuLuaJD>fiaanmaPAm 2 ,oo ge p . BrlngB comfort and improvement ai tends to personal onjoyineut whi j rightly used. Tho many, who live b( v tor than others and enjoy life more,>wi leas expenditure, by more prompt il adapting tho world's best prodncts the noeds of physical being, will atta r the valae to health of the pure liqu I- laxative principles embraced In tl e remedy, Svrup o? Figs, o It? Bxcellence is due to its present!) ;t in the form most acceptable and pie: ant to the taste, the refreshing and tru ' beneficial properties of n perfect la ative; effectually cleansing the systei dispelling colds, headaches and feve and permanently curing constipatic ' It has given satisfaction to millions ai h met with the approval, of the medic c profession, bedttso it acts ou the Ei t neys, Liver aff Bowels without wea r ening them and it is perfectly freo frc r every objectionable substance, u Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drt i, gists in 60c ana $1 bottles, but it is ma t ufactured by the California Fig Syr e Co. only, whose name is printed on eve a ' package, also the name, Syrup of Fi| - and boing well informed, you will n ^ accept any substitute if oflered. i ? REAL ESTATE. IF O Tl SA Xj IE Houso of five rooms. Woods street, East Whc d fng, 81,503. House of lour rooms, Eighteenth streot, 81.01 Threo houses. Moyston street, cheap, 82,r>00. XIouso of throo rooms. Twelfth stroot, 8350. House. 8 rooms, Sixteenth streot, in good CO dition. 83.700. ? Houso, i rooms, Twelfth streot, lot35x100fa 8700. Corner X lot, Woods street. Centre Wheellt The best business property In ' .Stnavill eight rooms, store room und Rood stable, < 0 oasy terms. Good reason* for selling. Three lots. 80x100 feet. Filan, Whito L Gal gher'a addition. 8200 each. 9 Houso, 6 rooms and stable, EJghtoenth a tree ) 83,500. Throo Jots in Park Viow, cheap. One-half lot, McColloch stroet, Centra Whe< in*. 8300. Fine suburban property, two miles from tl city, flVo minutes walk from motor lino, no* < with all raodorn improvomonta. Cheap. Lots on Caldwell's run 8250 eooh. Fine Farm of 143 acres on National road, nlc miles oast of city on easy terms. 1 Houso, 10 rooms. Fifteenth street, with ma , em improvements. ' irntuafiraomi. dlxtoonth street. 83.03). Homo, 4 rooms, Twonty-thlrdstroot, $1.20). - House, 7 room,?. North Market streot, $1,500. 0 Buslnott property oa Market street at mode ate price. 1 Lots at east oud ot? Twenty-third street o . easy terras. 3 Ono ot cho boit manufacturing sltei la tl \ olty, fronting oa two railroad*. FOB K/E3STT. Hoaso of six rooms oa North Wabasn stro * Island, $16 per month. j NESBITT & DEVINE ' 1739 Market Street. ?oi: FOBSALE. Tho proporty at 135 Zano stroot will bo oflfei ataburgoiu for a short time: I Fifteenth streot proporty. Eight-roomed dw< lng, with double tenement In roar. This li i good paying proporty. PrlcotosuittlmcK. Ncwflvo roomed houso on Llnd street, B Wheeling, at a bargain. 5 BUILDING LOTS. 1 You cau save monoy by buying a lot now. 0 you havo not money enough at band maki 0 payment and hold thb bargain. 0 Three splendid lots on North Huron streot; 0 hlghor ground on the Island; on paved stre 0 street car line: whore thoy are bound to Incra D in value. Will bo sold at a loss to present owi 0 if sold before Octobor L E G. O. SMITH!, 1220 Market 5 ^' sol : FORSALB. ^ Fifty-acre farm, largo orchard, small bon , barn, three largo line work horses, que go . oow, tea largo pigs, ono wagon, t .,oou crop 1 hay aud corn and other things not mention horo. together with all farming lmplomen ? Will sell alrthis for82,800, or trauo for city re I denco. r Eight-roomed brick on South Front stro c S3,(XX). l Building lots everywhere, prico from 8300 83,000 a lot. Four-roomed house, with flne pump In yai ? in good location; lot 00x120 feet deep.. Will i ' for 81.800. _ Call and see some of our bargains in real * tato I havo In buslnes resldoncess, and farms a 6 building lots cvorywhore, which amounts ? nearly tnrce hundred and fifty thousand dolla ' 8350,000, Call and seo mo. HHRY J. F=INI< REAL ESTATE, L; Telephone 6S7. tie?| no Market ?trenL i fob sale. Lots In Bolirtm'a and SpeldoVs addition. Corner lot, Thlrty-Ofth and Chapllno stroe house two rooms and kitchon. Cheap. A (lour mill, with roller process, twehty-fl barrel capacity. Water and steam pfcwer. & a and planer also attached; doing good buslni I In tbo country. This Is a bargain. Coal with ' 200 feet. IIoa thirty-seven acres of land. W " sell all together or mill separata * No. 8727 Koff street, frame houso, six roou JJ larno collar, alley corner. Easy torms. ? No. 3729 EoiT street. Brick houso, six rOOl . and hall, good location. Cheap. Eocv torms. . Three houses on Wood street, high grout " No. 3518, 3530 and 3522. 8850 oanh. Two homos on Twontrnlnth, four too: ^ each, 8M00c*ch. S A good I?rmoI7LJiiion?.ono?na? hilt mil " from tho city. A good orchard, fix acres r grapes, has a flvo-roomed house, stables, ota. a! the'boat of water. Will soil oa oaiy,terms 1 trLota*In H?(T?[ann's5additiott, the best value r tho Eighth ward, on very easy terms, for a sh< time, a U Tlilrtr-elJIithitrMt, ilrroonu, now, JIB Brick houM. lour rooms sad ball. Forty-U tud Wood Itreou, (all lot. josephX arkle Pension Attorney, Notary and Rcal*EBti Agent. Houses rented and rents oollecU Omeo Na 3517 Jacob street. European steamship and draft agent Fassa tlekota to and from all parts of Europa A draft* to any point In Kurcpo. my2 LOT ON FODRTEENTH STREI FOB SALE. t i tfftiflffor/far. salo at a baroaln, if bought ' t>n?Ttftt tSferly 30 feet of LOT Na 40 at 1 southwest corner of FOURTKKNTH and JAC STREETS. Tbo lot has a depth of 100 feet to alley. fob ir/isieti ' No. 1031 Chapttne street, 7 rooms, brlok. .S2S Na 145 Fourteenth street, frame, fl rooms 0 and bath 2t 1 No, 87 Ohio street, frama Are rooms......... 18 * Na 71 Twenty-eighth street, frame, 8 rooms^H ir Nasi South Venn street, 7 rooms and bath 39 I Na 202 Coal street, framo, 8 rooms............. 7 h Na MM Main street, framo* 4 rooms-.....*.. 12 , Na 1127 Alloy H, frama 8 rooms, 12 * No. 24)7 Alley B, brick, 2 rooms.i.^MMM.MM,. 7 I* Na 2168 Main street, third boor. 2 rooms... 6 Six-roomed frame dwelling at Leatherwo modern. 8 to re rooms on South street, in Hearse T ernacle building. L Mo. 2189 Main street, storeroom and dwell! Money to Loan. Fire Insurance, - RINEHART & TAT UN Cent B*ss Boiuao, Telephone 2111. (aol7) Room No,! "' vvs-yrscaffra The Intelligencer's 1 . 1 . If you have a house to rent or i buy anything, waht a situation, w |, a faithful clerk, a desirable board! f thing, writs, just what you want, this out and send with amount, al first insertlon'and one-half cent pi tlon, to THE INTELLIGENCER, ing less than 10 cents. id an stth : : r to st id L_ iw 3g L__ L&* 5========= y www i ttli. J" rpRAVELEBS' CHEQUES X CHICAGO PAIB. IK American Express Co.'* Cheques paid on Fair q. Ground* and at 200 Chicago Hotels, etc. No a(j Identification required. ou29-tp *\ WANTED-SALESMAN FOR OALI. d. TT FORNIA WINES 5100 per month and , expenses. with ohunce for advance. Commission jf preferred. No experience required. Addrens, im enclosing flvo stamp*, W. A. VANDERCOOK, F.-02 Wlno Dept.. Lo* Angelea. Cnl. so2 A GENTS.?8ALAHY ANDCO.MMIS5? XJlSION. Boat Frmternll Order. Assets. 8WO.OJ3. Both Life and Endowment (Howes. Ollt-edgod UP in ovory respocL 8omo Dlatrlat Agonta wautod. rv A rare chance. Address KING & CO., 8 Union wl Sqnaro. New York. oc3-m 5 FOR RENT. = JpOR RENT. One flat flro rooms and bathroom, flrst floor. ? No. 2101 Koflf street. . One flat, four rooms and bathigpm, second floor, No. '2105 Eoff street. V " One flat, four rooms, No. 6<J Twenty-third atreot 0. Onu fiat, throe rooms, No.G2Ttvcnty*third street Equipped with all modern Improvements. XX Jy22 F. H. LANOE. For rent. No. 22 Tenth street, second floor, six rooms, bath and hall; Mill rent at $25 per month. No. it, 1002 Main street, seoond floor, six rooms, bath and hall, at $40 per mouth. Also at 1066 Main i? street, seoond floor, fronting on Main alroet, Iq fivo rooms and bath, 830 por month. Third floor, fronting on Main street, four rooms. 818 per month. Second floor frontlug on river, four I,. rooms, at 820 per month. " jrw JAMES L HAWLEY. 1420 Bfaln St. 4 : FOR SALE.. * aTOOKS FOK SALE. y 20 aharea Bellalro Nail M11L JO shares I\mbo<ly Insnranco Co. SO ?bare? vBtna Standard I. &R Co., common. 10 sharea Bonk of the Ohio Valley. 1 iharo Fort Honry Club. 1. 15 than* Wheeling Tltlo and Trnit Co. 20 shares Sooth 8lde Bonk. 10 share* Mull Pnuoli Tobacoo Company. SO ahiiros JBtaa Btandnrd Iron and Steel Co. A. a IRWIN. Broker. f. Mu So. 24 Twelfth Street a jpiOR SALE. 10 Dwelling houM of olgbt roomi In Coloraln, Ohio, centre ol village. A most desirable ftnv erty. lioom on lot lor two rnoro bouses. Also hoiiso and lot on Mortln'a Forty plko. hall mllofromColeruln. If IcestolultthoUma. Qt J AS. H. COrlS, Notary Public, Real Estate and Insnranco Agent, Coleraln. Ohio. sot-ttwir <? J^OR BALK ? My farm adjoining Parle VIow. the beautlfnl uhurban town, flvo mile* cait of Wheeling. " The fann 1? OlKacrea with a uood fruit orchard, containing Blx kinds of plums, crab apploa. . pears, quinces aud all tho other fruits. Good od building lots. For particulars address or call ou CHARLES PAPE, >11- * iq8 Elm Grove, or on promises. JEWELLING HOUSES FOK 8ALUTwo-story frame house In iEtnavllle containTf lnc 10 rooms. ? ? Two one-story framo dwellings In Klrkwood, and a fine farm for salo; chca^ and^eM^term insuranco and Real Estate Agent. an24 Bridgeport. Ohio. 101 JT0K SALBL ? AFE1VCUOICE LOTS AT EDGIINGTOX. caeap ana oa ?017 reran. ? , W. V. HOGE. .? of ocO City Bank Building, 1300 Market Street, od ? t For Sale.??a. to & $33,500 1 Obio County 41 -2 per cent Bonds. * SIMPSON & HAZLETT, ? No. 1311 Market St.. *1110 STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. J NOTICE OF & GENERAL MEETING iw *** Of Stockholders of the Wlioeling Athlotio 1? Wboolmon Company. Notlco Is horoby given that tho corporators of tho Whoollng Athletic Wheelmen Company havo _o appointed tho 14th day of Soptorabor A. D. 1893, 3X1 commencing at 7 p. m., as the time, and Room V 5, Hibbard Building, Market street. In tho city o! Whoollng. Went VlrgloU, u Iho placo, lor __ holding a geuorul meeting of tho stockholders of said wheelmen Company, to elect a Board of ? . Directors, mnko by-laws and transact any other 9* bnslnoss which may lawfully bo dono by tho soldatockholdeni in general mooting, and that such meeting for said purposes will bo hold at ot such timo and place. fn JAHON 0. 8TAMP. ,15 HERBERT RI11KLDAFFER, m CHAS. n. GKIUER, On NKFF LAIKO. ?? WILLIAM 1L DINGER, sofl-w Corporators. i AGOODSHOW is i - We are always advising you to jJ1 advertise, and to keep on advertis . Ing, but that does not cover the ground entirely. Of course, you lt should make your advertising effeciho tive?if an electric light be avalable, you should not use a "tallow dip" to light the path to your store. what do we mean by that I Sim - ply that the more conspicuous, the 00 more artistic, the more attractive, 1 a, the more original you make your ad!<? vertisements, the more people will 00 see and read them, and the more 1 oo customers you will have to conig tribute to your cash-drawer. oo Study effects in bold pretty type 04 ?good matter may be spoiled by "> ugly dressing. Seek to catch the og. eye by a display of good taste in the style and arrangement of your announcement j Above all, let it be bold enough to ' be easily read. Don't vex a reader i. by vexing his or her eyes! Cent a Word Coupon.] "T"" something to sell or trade, want to 'ant a good cook or a good servant, ng.Dlace, or have found or lost anyplainly, in the blanks below. Cut ; the rate of one cent per word for it word for each subsequent inserNo. 27 Fourteenth street Notn \ ?" _ REAL ESTATE. FOE^SALE. Kino rooms and batli on Jacob street, cheap at 13.000. Seven rooms and bath on 6lxteonty street, hall, attlo and bath. Fourtrooined house la rear. Oood lnveitmout. Six-roomed houso, brlok. both gasea, oa Twenty-fourth struct. for $2,800. Flvo-rooinoU houso, on Morkot street, rents for 51650 a month; pneo $1,500. Oood Investment. Fire-roomed house on Twenty-seventh street, lot 26x103, at f 1.800. Cheap. * Eight-roomed bouse on Eoff street at 83310. A bargain. Five-roomed houso. itoreroom front on Mo> Colloch street, near Fourteenth, at 12,600. Seven rooms, bath, on South Front street, rivor view, for 93,700. Ou easy terms. Nlne-roomod brick, all convonlenoes, No. 800 Main street, lot S3 feet front, for <9,000, On our terms. groomed brick on Virginia street, cheap Six rooms and bath on Fenn street, near steel bridge, at M,200. Two four-roomed homos on Erlo street, very cheap. Calland seo us. ROLP St ZKN B. TolophonoWJO. [ao4] 1327 Market Street* , / FOB IELIEEjILTT. A Month. No. 600 .Market street......? 812 00 No. 1000 Chapllne street, 8 rooms.8 00 No, 81 Nineteenth street .... 10 00 No. M Eighteenth street..^ 15 00 No. 170 Seventeenth streot......................... 10 00 No. 146 Fourteenth street. 20 00 No. 18 Twenty-fifth street.-..... ?. 6 00 No. 18 Twenty-flflh street.?^ 7 50 No. 2520 Main street, first floor. 10 00 nit. mii Main uireci, loroe rooxua............... o w No. 2C0? Market atrcot. two rooms 7 00 Saloon. Martin's Ferry 20 00 Dwelling, Martin's Ferry 10 00 Two rooms and stubio. Ellxaboth street...... 0 00 No. 1181 Eoff atreet ... .. 30 00 No. 1*702 Chapline street, store room. .... 30 00 No. 2153 Main atreet storo room 12 00 Na 2305 Jacob atreet .. . ~ .... 8 00 No. 2615 Chapllno street ....... 15 00 No. 2144 Alloy A, two rooms ;..... ..... 6 00 Building for manufacturing or wholesale btuluow, In rear of No. 1501 Market it. FOB SALE. Lots No. 4 and 7, Gilchrist's addition. Square No. 5. No. 500 Market street, 91,400. Lot Na 2, .South Front street, 00 foot front running to river. Fivo lots and five acres of land InTriadelpMa, with two dwellings, slaughter house, ioe bouse, stable, and sixty bearlur fruit txeo* for 92,OX). 100 aero farm, Long Bottom. Meigs county, Ohio; 1,000 fruit trees. . l'rico 81,500, Lot No. 19. soctlon 51. Centra atreet, Mounds* villo. and 10 shares in Motzndsrillo Mining and Manufacturing Company Corner lot uorth of itroot cat bam. Fortyeighth and Jacob street*. Lot No. 18 Water street, south of Forty-eifhth street Lots Nos. 0 and 7 Eoff atrcot. south of Fortyeightbatroot. Lot No. 15, south of Forty-eighth street and east of Jacob street. No. 742 Main street. No. 10SS Chapllno street. Na 1029 Eofrstrcet No. 10-25 McCollooh streot No. 3014 McColloch street * ? No. 221 Twenty-ninth street No. 2623 Maiu street JAMES A.HENRY, Real Estate Agent" U. a Claim Attorney, Col* lector and Notary Public. au2l 1612 Market Street. TRUSTEE'S SALE. fJUUJSTEE'S SALE, " " by vlrtuo of a dood of trust made by John A. Farley and Annlo Farloy, bis wife, to the utt* ttrslgncd trustee, dated tho 12th day of August, Id the yjear 189*2, and recorded In tho CJadt's offlco of the County Conrt of Ohio county, la th? Stato of West Virginia, in deed of trust book No. 86, folio 435, ? will on TUESDAY, THE 19ni DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1803. beginning at 10 o'clock-a. m. on said day, at tho north front door of the Court House of said Ohio countv, iu tho city of Wbocllne, soil at public auction to the highest and best biddor the following described property, In said city, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to pay tbo debt secured by raid deed of trust und tho oxpenses portalning to tbo execution of the trust created thereby, that is to say: The south quarter of lot numbered thirty-eight (88), situ"to ou the west sido of Main street, in that part of the city of Wheeling, in tho county ofOnlo, iu tho State of Wost Vliginlo, called Centre Wheeling, In tho addition to said city known as tho Cbaplino and EoITs addition to the said city, and hounded and desorlbud In said deed of trust as follows, viz: Bejrluulng at the southeast corner ot said lot number ? on the west lhie of Main street; thonco with Main street northwardly about sixteen feet six Inches to the centre of the brick division wall of tho tenement creetcd on tho property horeby conveyed; thenco westwardly through the centre of tho said brick division wall and at right angles with Main street and by said contro line oxtendod about one hnndred and twenty-two foot to tho alley In tbo rear of tho said lot: thenco southwardly with tho western boundary lino of tho said lot number 88 about sixteen fo& six inches to the north boundary lino of lot number 37 of the said addition, and thenco by said last namod lluo to tho plaoc ot boglnnlng. together with ail tho buildings and Improvements upon said parcel of ground. Also tbo undlvldod one-half of a strip or parcel of lot numbered thlrty-sovon (87) of tho said addition, adjoining the property abovo describe fronting about tbroo feot lu width ou Main street, und oxtondlng back westwardly of even width with said front-about sixty feet, and to bo held. used aud enjoyed by the occupants of tho tenement erect?d on the north half of said lot number 87 and by tbo occupants of tho tonomont erected upon the south quarter of said lot number 88 ai an alley or pnssago In common. The title to tho property hereby udvertlsed to bo sold Is believed to bo good, but scUIuk as trustee, 1 shall oulv convey such tltlo as is vested In mo by the deed of trust aforesaid. Tkkxs op Saw:?One-third and as much moro as tho purchaior may olcct to pay. catth in hand, tho balance In two equal Instalment* ut ono and two years respectively, with intermsifrnm the day of solo, the purchaser to give hlti negotiable promissory note for ooch Installmcut,securedby,adecd of truston thopropcrty. GEORGE B. CALDWELL. Trustee. Wm. n. llAi.i.En. Anct. moer. atm PROPOSALS. NOTICE TO COAL DEALERS. Orrct or Walter H. Hall. ! Clerk cf tho board of Education, r 46 Fourteenth Street, Public Library IJuildlng.) Wiikri.ino, W. Va., Sc'ptembor 7.1833. Sealed proposals will be received by the clerk of the board ot Educatlou until 12oV\oek ro. on tho 19th day of September,' 1803. for furulshmg clean and mixed coal and coko for the ensuing school year, to bo delivered iu such qualities as required by the schools. . Proposals will t?# received for the ontlre supply necessary f<>: ait the schools and for the supply of each tchooi building .separately. ,. , . . Tho successful contractor mnst furulsh 1'ond for the satisfactory fulfillment of the contro.-t. All proposals to bn addroiscd to the Committea ou Buildings and Grounds of tho Board of Education. Thocommitteo reserves tho right to reject any or all bids. COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. Wm, Emboli am. Chairman. ?e" INtaXLI&KNCKR'S JOB OFFICB? NRWTYl-E. SKILLED WOHKMKX. 1IOSK3T COURT and TAbl'Y 26 and 27 Fourteenth Street.