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(titer pay a leaa lor hit labor than tha
aaoe kind of a manufacturer paye on thia aide of the river, tbo man on tbo Ohio aide will under tell tbo man on thia fide and will eooner or later run him out of bneineee. The fame i? true of manufacturer on either aide oi the Atlantic ocean. If a manufacturer on the other aide ot tbo ocean paya |i per day for hia labor, and the aame kind of a manufacturer on thia aido paya $2, tbo Bopublican party leriea a tariff of ft on the foreign product in order to place the American producer aa an equality with bim. If the foreigner were not required to pay tbia amount aa a toll to our ftov eminent, he could ship hia waroa to thia country and underaoll the American and thua force him out of buaineia, A ?"? *- - ??'? i- ami It |m p " uaiiun ia a KIOII* iitiuu;, ?u? >. . ? touch tbe duty of a government to pro1 ; tect its subjects as it is tho doty of a P;. father to care for his wife and children. The Bible aays, "Ho that provideth ft".'' not for hi* own household both de nies the faith nn<l in worso than an inj?:. fideL" The Republican policy, there^ fore, directly promo to* the interest of ? Jabor. Labor alono produces wealth, ft- More tbuu 1)0 por cent of production is ft represented by labor. Old John Roach f: once said that one of his ships that cost $100,000 containod only $'>,000 worth of raw material, while $95,000 of it roprej-, sented labor. A ton ofironora'in its |r. ' native bed is ouly worth 25 cents; when . worked up into a bar of pijf iron Jt is " worth $5. Turn this bar of iron into fl horsoshoua ami it is worth $10; worlc it into knife blados and it is worth $55; i: transform into buttons and it is worth $3,250; mnko it into noodles and it is 5 worth $:W,50D; draw it out into hairsprings for wntclies and its valuo is f $270,000. Ali of these valuoi aro the | creation of labor. But tho Democrats tell us that protection U robbery. How can it bo robbery where thero is so much competition? Tboro aro in tho Unitod Statos, aa tho roitilt|of*our system ol protection, ?1,000 aline and boot factories, 3,300 farm implement factorio*, 0,01)0 machine works, 500 csrringo factories, 1,400 cotton und 1,500 woolen mills, 8,500 furnituro and upholstering factories, 1,500 iron and stool mills and forges, und 54 tin factories. Where competition is iree iu?n? uu u? ?v robbery. The npcokor thon discussed truatH and strikes, and showed by actual tiyuroa that England, with Iter .'12,000,OuO j?opulation, aluioat doublod the strikes and trusts in the Uuitod States with W.WO.OOO. A protective tarifT does not therefore produce them. By many illustrations, Mr. Atkinaon proved that the tarifT is not a tax upon ihoconaurhor, bocausohundroda of articles in every day demand in tho home and on tho farm can bo purchaad at a less price than fho tanl! duty upon them. Tho apeakor aafd tho Itepublican party favored n tarifl wall high enough to provont tho wago rate in tho Unitod States from being reduced to tho English level. Tho Republican party lias always fulfilled iU plodgea to tho people. Ttie Domocrata havo nover made good nity of their promiaoa. Tho speaker then took up tho Democratic platform and recited its pronmos to the people, nnd although it has the oxocutivo and both branches of Congroes, it has uttorly failed to mako good ? singlo promise. On tho contrary, instead of good timet, thoy gave uu depression from Maino to California. Instead of employment of labor at hotter wages, thoy have gtvon us no employment, and a cut in wages from 20 to 50 per cent. Banks closed by the hundred, businosa collapsed, railroads were thrown into bankruptcy, tho people wero driven to soup houses by tho thouaand, mortgage* wore foreclosed, and darkness and desolotiou exist all over tho land. Thoy havo not inadogood any of their plodgea, and they aro now calling for. ynur votes to koep thorn iu powor. ' ? I? nlmnnn" -LUUBU Ul yvU nnu UV9IIUU uiinu>u two years ago want a change now a thousand timo worao than you did then, and tho cliancos aro ton to ono that you will vote (or the Reoublican candidate for Congress and lor overy man on tlio ltepublican ticket ou the Cth day of November next. Tho languauo of tfto Democrats has become confused as badly as the sinners were bewildered wheu tlioy attempted to construct tho towor of Ilabol from earth to heavon. Kvory fullow at Washington in against tho other follow, and they all havo ono another by tho ears. Tho Presidout in his leitor to Mr. Wilson said give us freo raw materials or give us death, and n few days later his secretary of tho treasury wroto on epimlo to tho chairman of the senate cominitteo on linance, in which lie said if iron ore, coat anil suyar are ulacod upon the free list there will be- an annual deficit iu the treasury of forty million dollars. Thus wo havo Clevoland vcraus Carlisle, and ou NovoinborOth next, we will havo tho people versus tho wholo of them, with Queen "Lil" , thrown in lor good count. Mr. Atkinson closed by urging upon overy good citizen tho importance of voting for Captain povonor iu order to havo a representative iu the American Cnnurcsa who could ho relied upon to proporly represent tliem. .Mr. 1). W.Martin delivered a short, but appropriate and forceful address. Tho meeting closed by giving threo rouainc cheers for Captain Dovenur, Mr. Atkinson and tho Hepublican party. Mr. Landers made a few happy remarks in introducing tho speakers. Colonel Jacob Kemplo addressed n good mooting oi tho ICiglith ward club in liandlau'a hail, and mado a apeocli which aroused the audienco to n high pitch of enthusiasm. A good delegation of Sixth ward people wont down, with their drum conn, and mado acceptable music for tho occasion. This evening Colonel Kemplo will address tho fourth ward club in llischoll'a hall, and there will bo other special exercise* of an attractive character, among them inilpic and aingiug by a eolorod quartette, solos, etc. It will bo a very enjoyable lueelintr, and overy body is invited "to be present, ll.iw'a Tlila I Wo ollor Ono Hundred Dollars ro* ward for any emu of Catarrli that can* not bo curod by Hall's Catarrh Curu. F. J. Ciik\'i:y & Co., Tolodo, O. Wo, Iho undoroiicuud. havo known F. J. Clionuy for tlm last Uftooti yuitrs, ami biiliovo him perfectly honorHblo in all business transactions and financially ablu to carry out any obligations mado by their firm. Wkst Thuax, Wholosalo Druggists, To'odo I). Wamuxo Kinkan it Marvin, Wholosalo Drumml*, Toledo, O. iIziIi'm Catarrh Curo in takon inter* nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous aurfnroi of tlio system. Testimonials sunt free. l'rico 75c jior bottle, bold by ull druggist'* Eves exominod for classes froo of charge by I'rof. Shelf, the Optiriau, 1110 Main street, next door to Suook ?fc Co. mw'paw JJnllrn, I want ovory man and woman In Iho Unitnd States interested in iho Opium ; and Whisky habits to havo ono of my books on these disensoj. Address 11. .M. Wool.i.Kv, Atlanta, <ia., liox 350, and ono will bo sunt you free. BAwy | BOGUS SECRET AGENT. A Hotel Vietimlzxl by a Slick Youotr Stranger. CLAIMED THAT IRREGULARITIES Existed In (ho Postal Service In Tills Vicinity and tliat be bad Come to Mako IiirMtljcatlon*? Kxpected Throe Other "Sccrot Agent*" from Philadelphia?On Friday bo Sought OtUor Past urea. A wook ago Saturday a dapper look* iog youos man autographed at the Htaram homo as "Frank Barton, Beaver, Pa.," and announced that he waa a special aeent from the United States locret servico, and had coiae hero to investigate certain irregularities ia the postoflico servico in this vicinity. Secret service agenti usually tra/ol with more or lea* baggago and talk vory littio about thoir business; this young man did not possess a ainglo article of baggage and waa vory talkative about his mission horo. llo intimated that throe other socrot service men would be here on Thursday of last week and he would then proceed to invostigato tho alleged irregularities. Tiie suspicion of tho hotol people was aroused about this time, but nothing was dono on Thur?day, and on Friday Barton disappeared leaving behind u six days'board bill. It is unsettled. It is noedloss to stute that ho was a fraud. Ill Pollen Circle*. There was no police court Saturdav morning. In tho evening John Wolf was fined So and costs for disorder. There am on tho dockot for tjiis morning Cliarles Ciobhart, Georgo JJurko and Jninos .Stanton, charged with disorderly conduct, Josso Monticello, for keeping a houso, and threo girls and two men found in it, and Howard Allendor, drunk. lAit night OfHcor Wilkio saw Judy Mack on his boat. Judy suw tho officer nt'tho same timo, nnd ran. The otllcor pursuod, nod ^aught his man, who was locked uo to await an explanation of his peculiar conduct. Meantime a plain drunk chargo is lodged against hiui. A Serloiin ltliiuilcr. Some timo ago Dr. L. N. Keufor bought n horse for a Wheeling man, subject to approval llo did not suit, nnd yesterday a voung man was started with him . .. _*/ nlixll? U'o.l,. iu luo lurmor umiu> o v?v .. ?... ington, Pa. At Wa?liiiigton ho wai arreatod an a horse thief, lie telegraphed ])r. fteefor, who went out last evening to explain manors. AUOUT PKUl'LE. Strnngori In tlio OiC/'uud Wliootla; PjIIci Abroad. lloro is'a funny item from tho Potoslcoy, Mich., Herald, which Wheeling pooplo will appreciate: Several prominent West Virginians have been quarteroil for tlio last week at tho Oriental. Among them nro lion. John Bodloy, ex* congressman of tho First cont-rosaioual diHtrict of West Virginia, Col. William II. Exloy, who fought gallantly nil through tho Into unpleasantness with fighting Gen. Joo Hookor and wn* promotod for bravery at tho battlo of Lookout .Mountain, ami Corporal II. Snodirrass Irwin, who Jul noblo sorvico in Capt. Bobort Hamilton's company of L. Fs. Mr. Will B. Day is at Mountain Lako Park. C. W. Stewart, of Sistersvillo, ia at tho Slamm. U. N. Arnott, jr., of Fairmont, is a Bonlor arrival. Lou Swabacker loft yesterday for Now York for a business trip. Mi*s Anna Powell epont yesterday with friends down the river. KobortKlino. of tho chnmlcal ongine force, is homo from ML Clemens. Mr. and Mrs. D. cAciiilds, of Sisters* vilio, figure on tho Stniuui register. S. Seiirol and I. Fetterman, of Clays* villo, woro at tho Stamrn yesterday. Dr. Thomas McKennaii, of Washington, Po., was in Whooling Saturday. William Moosmann and tvifo, of Parkeraburc, uro nuosta at the Slain m. Mrs. Jacob W. Grubb aud cluldroa uro homo from a trip to tho seashore. Cioortfo Given, of Wollsbunr, was hero and autographed at tho McLuro lust evoning. U. W. Watson and Miss Lucy L. Watson, of Fairmont, aro in tho city, guoais ut tho Windsor. Charles Schmidt, of tho boord of public work9, and family uro homo from u visit to tho lakos. William K. JJodley 1ms returned from an oxtondod trip in tho south, and is u guest at ihoStaium. Tho wifo and family of Fred Happy have none to Detroit, Mich., and othor places in that stato on an extended visit. Harry Gottmann and Sum Samuols, two woll known Stoubonvillo people, woro hero ou Sunday, guests ut tlio Windsor. Miss Sophia Brandfass, of Fiftoonth street, loft yuBlorduy for a few weeks' visit with Mist) Cluru Wiodobuech, at Mouudsvillc. Ut. Kev. Archbishop John J. Kain. who has beon a guest ut the episcopal resiueiico hero lor several uays, win return lioino to-day. Mrs. Carrio Crawford, asaistont librarian, is visiting relative* near Philadelphia. Mini Anna Sage is temporarily tilling Mrn. Crawford's place. M. T. Smith an<l J. M. Black, of MnnninKton, W. If. Aspin, of bisteravillc, ami Ji. J'. Phillips, of McDonald, were among tho oil mon nt tho Bohlor. Amouu tlio excursionists in tho city yesterday was J. 11. O'Neill, of MeVCeesport. He ami his companion were on* tortainml by liia old friend, William Conard. Mina Myrtlo Fonlo, of I/icchburg, Pa., who Ima been visiting relatives here for tho past month, returned to hor homo Inst week, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Amy Koirors. Monsr*. Kdward nnd Charloa Moye, nf Pittsburgh, rauiu down yesterday and spent thu day with their brother, Kov. Father Moye, of St. Joaoph's Cathedral. They returned in tho ovo* niiig. S. Keamor, G. I. Plumorsham and Charles 11. Aud?traon, of tho llolly Water Worka Company, l?ckpori, N. Y., worn horn yoitenlay ami in pcctod tho now Wheolihg wntcr worki pumping atutiou rccontly built by this firm. _ II. & O. Htitultiy Ksriiriluiit to rnldlmrRli. Kvery Sunday until further notion tho Haitirnoroit Ohio Company will Hell oxcurtioii tickotn, Wheeling to Pittsburgh, at .ft ft) for tho round trip, good going and returning onlv on dato of Halo. Trains leave Whoolintr at 5:00 and 7:W a. m. Hoturninc, leave Pittsburgh at 4:00uud 8:50 p. m. LOCAL DUBVlTlEi tfaiuri of Hiaor Moment fa and About lb# City. A carload of Iodiani went west ovor tlie Jialiimore ?fc Ohio road Saturday. Saturday the board of public worki let tbo contractor building a retaining wall oa Caldwell's ran to Jacob bweitzer. The outing at Wbooling park Saturday afternoon and evening, given by Mayer's band, was a decided and enjoyable success. To-day the delegates to the American Mechanic! grand lodge of West Virginia wii! Jcave for P-arkeiaburg to uUend the annual station tbere. a xarhiagk license w a* issued on Saturday to James Hums, a nativo of Marshall county, acod 'Jo, and Lizziu Wharton, a nativo of Obio county, aged 3'J. Carolixc Kibiikrmkyeb wan on Saturday appointed executrix of Wiliiutu Niedermever's will, Bond SI.OJO; no security required by tbo terms of the will. Wobk on tho North Market street paving was stopped Saturday, on account of a minunderetauding ubout tho 1- T. !, |,? r abii ruAil puiill, J.. IP w*?IVbl?u ?v -? V<IHW? to-day. Satcuday oftornoon the Atlantic cot a still alarru to the Walton rosidence, at tho bond of Fourteenth street, whore u blazohad started from ?i defective Hue. Tho loss will be $10 or $15. Rbv. F. w. E. Pesciia.v, of Greensburir, Pa., an old Wheeling boy, delivered an eloquent sermon to a luruo congregation at Zion's Lutheran German church yesterday morning. "A Jay Circus" closed a very successful half wook's engagement at the Grand Saturday nitrite. Tho next attraction tlioro will bo "A 13oy lruuiu," which opens Thursday night. Tiik excursion on i ho Wliocline & Lake Krie railroad to Zoar and Myers' Lake yoftorday was very largely attended, mi<l all had an enjovahlo day of it, roturning at a lato hour lasf^iigbt, tired, but glad thoy had taken it in. yr.htkitnav Charles Jlill, Daniel Ilirsch, Henry Geunthor, Jlenry lioyce, II. I* Walt her, Edward Carr and Charles lleil, accompanied by a number of ladies, drove out to the homo of Nicholas Mondo, oil Cbapline hill, and spent tho day most onjoyably. Jon.v McXiciiols, a twelve-yoar-oM sou of Arthur McNichols, of No. 41)1 Coal strcot, has been mining tjinco 0 o'clock Friday morning,and his parents aro very much distressed over tho matter. Tho boy was last aeon in tho PanHandle yards in North Wheeling. "Woiik on tho. Powikoy retaining wall by tho contractors, Hailock Brothers, has boon rotardod by tho non-arrival of Clio stono. 'JLiio troncn hub noon ronuy ainco last Monday. Over 100 lint euro will bo required* to transport the atoms from l'rouport, 0., on the C., L. A W. roud. It is expected everything will bo ia shapo to comuiouco tlio masonry work early this week. Uolf & Z*ne *old the Boveti-roomod brick residencp, No. 17 Tliirteouth Htroot, to N. W. Beck for tbo heirs oj tho lalo William Caldwell estate, cotA aidoration SJ,025; tbo coal rights and parte of tbo aurfaco near Fulton for George Klooh and others to John Rowland*, consideration SI,050; lot 55 on .South Huron atreet in Zaoo'a orchard addition for Louisa Zano to Jlufua Sandy, eon?idorntion $450, and a lot on South York street for K. L. Stone to llonry El it.', consideration $1,000. CLAY-UN ION CLUU. Republicans to <Jlvo un Entertainment Thin Evening. Tbig evening at BischofTa ball on Eighteenth itroct, East Whoeling, tbo newly consolidated Clay-Union Kopublican Club will givo -an entertaiuuiout to which uU are cordially invited. An excellent orogratnmo of music and recitations has boon prepared by those in charge, which will bo followed by nn ad dross by Colonel "Jako" Koinplo, which alono will well repay all who attond. An atnple seating capacity will bo provided. NOTUS ON NAVIGATION. SUigo of Water nml MovumonU ot Boat*. 1 tin Itlver Internal*. Tbo dredgeboata Ohio and Oswogo aro still dredging at tho head of Glass House, and the work at Logstowu is still in progress. Tho rivor ot this point is at tbo 18-inch mark and stationary. Tho rain yesterday was not of a general character though considerable fell between Kavonswooud and 1'arkoraburg, down the rivor. It is roported ou good authority that tbo liny Brothers have tho plans and 8pocincations all complete for a new boat, and bids in for building the same, and that in tho ovont of the sale o( tho Lizzie Day the contract will bo lot and tho work bo boiruu in u day afterward. The plana are much ou tho model of Bay, except that tho boat will have a wider beatu and possibly lighter draught. Harbor No. 25 of Captaiuo and I'iiots had a mcoting Saturday at Pittsburgh. In addition to taking in some new montborn, it was decided to call tho attention _// _!? .i i-..:,... .. mi wuiumn ouvkiir; \m uio v> ? water pipo in tlto clinnnol of tlio Ohio river at Htoubenvil'o, tho same being covered with Htono, making n Horiotm obstruction. Tho aamo committee wni also instruotod to auk Colonel Ktickney to have tho channel at tho foot of Gluaa liouso dredged and widened. FIIOM mCADWATGUS. Warren?Kivor throo-tontha of a foot below zero. no nigiia ot a riee. Vv oather cloudy an J cool. Greensboro?Kiver 0 foot and stationary. Kainfall durinir tho day twenty* six otie-hundredths of an inch. I.lvoly a? u Trout la iho Individual who uftcr n Iour Io-jc rtn lidnauK liberated fruui thccloso blouknuv of tho onomy, coniliputloa. Many |H!rMoit-? of a hillnus hahlt nru troutded wltli comtrlctloii of tho howvk TIiuv itlwnyi Hud rollof. ami Hint Hpoudlly. without xrltdnx or trouolu of uuy tort, iroiu ; Jlo?tftiLT ? Sloumch UUtor*. n rouiud/fl1-.o for itiiiliirml. dyspeptic, rhuuraatlu or kidney aflcoiloiia. _ ki;ihjci:d katus to washingto.v, i>. c. Grand Knrauipiumt of tlio Knight* of l'ythlit* of tlio World. Tho biennial oncumpinont of tho Su- I promo l-odiro and Grand Kucampmont i of tho Knights of l'ytliias ?>f the world will bo hold at the N ntional Capital AtiiriiHt 27 to fjopteinber A. For thia occasiou tlio Haltimnro Sc Ohio Kailroad Co., will holl round trip tickets at roilucod rates from all pointa on ite linen east of tho Ohio river, Annual 23 to 28 inclusive, valid for roturn trip until September fi; a further extension of time to Scnlombnr l.i can bo secured, provided the tiekot is deposited with tho joint agent at Washington, I). C., on or before Sejuoiubor U. Tho rate from Wheeling will be $10. Correapondingly low rates from other stations. For moro dotnllod information apply to nearest ilaltunoro & Ohio agent. Tiii:?k i? i*till a lino lino of Wall Paper ut l.ewin Yoight it Sou'*, 1011 Main street, at coat. TEAS, SPICES. ETC. Wit Tea Ci.^ TEH IWP0RTERS And Coffee Roasters. We Lead, Let Ttia;s Who Cm Follow 1 OUR 1'IUCE LIST: Urge Lensoas. each ? lc Half pint Jflly Glftbes per dozen 28? Wuart Muou Jart .. ?? 30c Bakur"* Tomatoes. 3 caw (or 83c UotStaniard Tomato.*. 3 cam lot- ..*.? 23n Standard Sugar Cora. 4 cans for. 53c Sugar IVoJ. Gcana fur ? - 25c Hartlett Hear*. 3 cant for* , .-... Choice lied Sal num. 2 cam for ...? ? 25? Frosb Ginger Soaps. 4 pounJj for. 25c Haling I'owdcr. per pound 10c Krcsb lluttcr Crackcra. 0 poundi for.~~.~~.. 33c Large 1/ump Gloss Biarcb," pcMads far - 23c Hulled Oau. G pounda for...~~~ - 23c 1'aln'a Hoot Beer, 3 botilei for.......23o Half-pint Beer Mag Mu'tard. 3 glasses for... 23o lia'f-plut Catsup, 3 battle* for 25c U0UI01 no*, per aozeu.. ~~ ? Carpet Tftckt. 3 outices. per lo illjii?a| mil? ww.tr WANTED. Kettmlu Help. La dies-you canoutaiv a reFINJ-iDatid con tee I liotno work at ?! ! |ht week. No r?iiv/t%?lujJ'. ItcPly with olfndJr^M'd envelope'. KS't'llElt ALLAN. South lUiui.lnd nu-'i STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS. gTOCKUOLDEllb' 3tEEl'L\<j. A meeting ol the stockholder* ot tho Kovlcw of Itevlew* Company, lit IN principal oillee. will bo held ut :t o'clock p. in. on August ISM. W'JI. to lake inch uctloti upon tlx* incrou*eor reduction of tho capital stock of mI?1 company or IncraaM or reduction of the pur valny of tho *h?re? of It* capilfll mock as mar h.? decided noon hr tho stock holder*. \V. \V. TUYON*, Secretary. Jv.j't FOR SALE. Fou sale ? hicyclb - pneuMATICtire; llr?t-cloas couditiou. Enquiry ut fflf. Main utreet. nu??* JY'Uli fcALK. a i'eu choice lots at eduixutox. Cheap and on Ka*y Termt W. V. HOGE. ru< rif?* Untie Ititll'll'i.' IMP FOR RENT. 17*01: kent?stork room, no. <h) ; Twelfth fctrjet, uud flvo re*r room*. lagnlrouutoro. jcl.t I^Olt KENT. FINK. LARGE. NEW. BASEMENT BARBER SHOP, WITH BATHS, CO UNKit TENTH AND MAIN STIlECTi JAMES L. IIAWLKV, gill HJQ Mnln Street. ji^oi: KEN*r. Sloro room In Prahoily ISalldlnjf. Office roouia In I'mboily ltultillu;;. Steam hunt,elevatornml all luodurncua. vcuieucon. Tcrum rcsinoiiuhle. PJ2AIIOOY INSUUANCK CO., jnl 11140 and IliAS Market Street. STOCKS, BONO^. ETC. ^TOCICS i'Uii bALti 10 riiarcs or National Bank or went viigiai*. nhure* Warwick China Compuny. 'JO charm Wheullug Ice A Storay* C<\ lOnhnrtw Firuaml Murine Inn'iruneoCo 'JDntjaro* l>diik of the Ohio Valley. W?h?ro< LnlJollo Null Mill. jOnharo< I-nudillu Null Mill. bonds Whittling Kuilway (to UJilurei .TJtiiiidtaiiilar.l Iron un-l Stool Ox K. * JKtVIN. Itro;or. JolJ So. '-'I Twelfth Street +-+ BONDS. +-+ 1 loyal Clay Miuinfrtrtiirlnj Company. Kostorirt (lias* Company. Wh'vlinir Street Hallway Company. 1'arkon.bnrR. Sntti.n .t Cleuvlllo Kallroad Co. Wlict'linK l*<?nory Comjiany. Wltocllmr Stsel nn?l Iron Company. Mo/jirt l'ark A??ocintfi>ii. l'litlnioul Watur Wo'rk?. STOCKS. Ilvllnlrc Sail Mill. hxclinm,'<J Hank. Manchester Con' Company. Lalloiiu Iron Works. SIMPSON & HAZLETT, Stocks, IJoniliaml Investments, utilO No. 1311 MnrkotSt. TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN la amounts fr.un $500, $SOO? $1,000, $1,500. $2,003, $2,r.00f $5,000, $10,000 nud $1.1,000 on real estate security on s!iori notice. Wo Im vo a private oflice. L. A. O. L. HOXjF Zi^lSTE, Telephone SW So. 41 Fourteen iU Street. Money to Loan I cpo, ouu, $ 1,000, $4,100, _ To ho Scoured br Deed of Trust oa Uniocum* bored City Ileal Mstnio. Juqulro of Wheeling Title and Trust Ca., no. isin aiAititttr sruuuT. 'nrir. PHOTOGRAPHY. H i g g i n s Gallery, 43 TWKMTIf ST UK. nr. 9 Photographs I j^jp-LlCJS' AKT KTUDltt pnoTooriAPna roirrium in Paste:, Otf- Caivov, Witsk ANIl INK. 2154 7VTKIN STRBET. >' The Porfumo of Violots The purity of tho lily, t&o (rlowof thr row, and tlio flush of Ilubocumblue lu Pozioxi'm ' womlrutiH I'ov/tli r MAHKEP DOWN SAL f ANOTHER , 1 Ma UUVV | Ladies' Mi | and CamI: | Underwea J GEO. R. ? We have marked $ on sale this mornir ^ street entrance our < | LADIES' MUSLIN 5 Skirts, ^ Gowns, ? Drawer: g Che mis ^ Hnrsfit I % and White V 5 All of which are made J and Cambric and in the 5 ner. This Special Sale cor 6 ing and will continue di | GEO. R. WASHINGTON AND JEI NINKTYFOIIRTH YBAltopons HopL 12 Folk ? ndupied in prepare for stud? of the IwruoJ profe*sl aud lliologr. New Observatory. Athletic Field am Very inmliTrtto. Alumni SfiK Address Til1 TRUSTEE'S SALE. IjmUsJTEE'S SA.LC. llyvlrtuno/ o dc?l of trmt inado by F. L. Hurtling nun Catherine Ueriiing. hU wife, to iuo , as trustee, dutod August 4tli. IvM. utid recorded * in OieoM^o of tlioclerk of tho County Court of v OliliM-ouuty, West Virginia. In Deed of Trust i Imxik No. SC. page fri. I will soil ut tbo nortli ; frontdoor of tbo court house of Mid county, ou i SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 8TU. 1H9L ) romnioueJugnt 10 o'clock a. m. tbo following 1 ileicribv'-I proiwrty to-wit: 1/Ot No. fifty-two (3jJ J in Division "J," an shown on tbo plat of parrels. ' Mrccl* uud alloys, iiuide be Dnulal Lamb and I lleurv M. Russell, HjHjciftl commissioned uf tho Circuit Court of Ohio countv, in the cbanccry F hint of S. II Caldwell m;n|ii-t Caroline M. Wilson 1 etal. Also one Iron jjruy hone, one butcher'* wagon. olio Mft harncs?. one Imggy and bitggr harness, one sleigh. onu Ice-box. tbroo moat J blocks, one meat counter, one net of bntcher t shop fixtures uud macbini'ry, includingenglue, lit eat chopper, Inrd kettle, etc.. uud one orenn. } ItUKHOfSxtt-F.very sale for 1cm than W J shall bo for cash, and every sale in excess of (.? I sliall He one-third uud iu much more as tho I purchaser rniiy elect to puv in casti. tbo balance J in two equal Installments nt tlx und twelve months. note* bearing interest from tbo day of J wile with security mtlsfxctory to ttie trustee, to ? bo Riven for tbo deferred payment*. J mi'.' 1) S. Al.MSQS. Trns'oe. I REAL ESTATE. * FOB SALE. I ? House, four rooms. W'on-is street, Ccutro ? Wheeling. on ca?y terms. 8950. J llou-e, .six moms. North Market street, 91,SOT. 5 JIoiihj of seven rooms. l-.ightccuthstreet, with I' six-roomed bouse iu ibo rear, lotWxlJo. 3 lloufo of thiue roams, hind street, Itjlvodere, I SHjO. lloii?c of 0 room*. Foff *treot. between 22a ami Std Mrcctx, with 4-roomed house lu the ruur; lunjo lot. -..-vi llo?*u of fi room*. "id street. SI../*). A Him Improved farm of itlxiy acros, throo mile* cm: of wheeling. Iloiuo of live roouw, Twouty-thlrd itrojt, fe-VM. llounw of five rootm. Chapllno itroct, Centro . Wheeling. SJ.-VH. Hoiik)of tiireu rootni. Market alro-it, Ccntro Wheeling. ttM. * Hoiiho uf ten room*. brick. Market street, Fifth ward. torm*. House of tlvo rooms, brick, l-ourlecnth strict, t< IIoum of four roouii. Jacob atreot, Sixth word. 51/iVt. Home. flvo rooms, Woods street, East WlnilInif. f MOO. Fine farm. 1R? acros. threa miles from MounJsvllli>. with splendid Improvement TtiU it a ii ivirsAiu. .. mo ftvt of land fronting on McCollosh and Lluil Nirccta. lintel of fourteen rojuis. doing gorl bmlnoji. Splendid locitlon. cheap Uou??? of seven nx?:ni am! hill. Chapllnj street. Conw Wheeling. <I.AVi. I?ot east end Fourteenth i?irect S?>0l_ot? on U*vi nirvot. HoivMtore. 8J"'?eicb. I^ttM lii lleiirens A SiicMetN addition. Handluu'a addition to North It'uwond. 11>cg?' Run. Onldwvll'a Kun. Pleasant Valley. Uollovuo and otlii'r |?l?Jtw In and near the eltv. MotH'V to loot) on cltv r*ml osUto: fJO). SO), S4WI J*K). 5?i)J. il.Olt?. Si.Wi and 5J.UJ). NESBITT & DEV1NE. Tel. Oil 1730 Markot Streot. J?liAL ESTATE. a Hon?os for sale rbfip. Ilnildluc lot* for Mile cheap. r Farms lor atlo cheap. ? l'ro|>ortjf for nlu on i'mt terms. Money to loan on teal citato. _ IIAUKY J. FINK. L Telephone Ml. lU't Market direct. KS. BANDS, Member American Imtltttt-J Klcctrlcul nuglneJM. ^ Blectrical Enjlnur anl Contractor, cl l'EADODV Mill,MHO, WIIEKMKQ. *' Klwlrlr Light. Power, Hallway, Mlnln.T nn l ',| Steam riant*. H< l??i?terln Kleetrienl SunolftM tnr^. \iwr T STFXUCItiKCKIl'S JOB OF KICK? f J NKWTYI'K BKII'I.KI) WollKMKV, IION'IHF > LXJUliT aud TASTY WOltK. Send for prliui k INTKI.MOKXCKR, Uaud -.7 Fourteenth Siroal E-GEO. R. TAYLOR. , . . .rked \ p i V /> I /~V di 'ii oaic. j t jslin ? ? )ric Time. TAYLOR, 2 ? ^ down and placed Q> ig, near our Main & sntire stock of ^ AND CAMBRIC } S' I e, * Covers J Vaists, 2 ) of the best Muslin \ best possible man- \ nmences this morn- 4 jring next week. A ???? m TAYLOR. | FFERSON COLLEGE. qulppe<l for collego work. Klectlvo courtcj lorn. laboratories for Chemistry. Ulneralojjr J new viymoaMum with Modlcat Director. ! *? * HUK*lftK*T. Wa<hln?tnii. Pa. REAL ESTATE. for; bent. A UONTIt few eight-roomed houses. Nos. 81, S3, S5 &ud 37 Seventeenth atroeU 0] Co. ro Seventeenth street, sccond Coor? h 0) fa 160U EofTatreet ? ?J o. iwu Main street, throe rooms - 7 w io. 21W Main htrcot, tour rooms............... M w Co. 31 Sixteenth street. > ' Co. 17H Seventeenth street .......... ? W Co. 1CKMcColioeh street... U w Jo. 1210 McCollonh street.. 8 <u pourroomed dwelling adjoining C. ?fc P. depot, M?rtl?r? Kerry ,. H W alexin. Martin's Kerry li M Intldlng corner Twenty-fourth and market ctrocts, lately used ai a carriage frtctorjr. Co. 3527 ClmpHno street, two rooms.- 5 W loon oiiti dwelling adjoining C. ?k 1'. depot. Martin's Kerry - - M io. 2117 t:hapllno street. tbreo rooms .... * oj io. SCK9 Market gtrout, both gato*. !-> "> Co. 11GI High street, two rooms 6 J) Co. 2CJ3 Alley I> 3 M Co. 2G21 Chupline street, storo room and dwelling. Io. 18 Twenty-fifth street....^.-..........-....... ' 31 i<>. 1721 KofT street, secou'd lloor - fit" Jo. 1 j) Seventeenth street, seoond tloor 7 oJ Jo. 2M? Jacob street V'. Co. 2'dO Jacob street IS "1 tore rooms. Main and Tweuty-flrst street* for UJ, 51? OJ. 2J W Co. J042 Cliapllno street, four rooms. Co. 51102 Main street 9 0) Co. Hi Twenty-ilfih street - ' "J 'o. KM Nluotoenth struct...,. - Co. 1?27 rhapliiio street. odico room.....^.. ' > ^ io. Main street ? lo. 17:. Hoventventh Htreet. two rooms " io. Ui Twenty-ninth at root - " W KOIt HALM Half interest In a light manufacturing huilc?*. lteal estate of every description. jamesathenry. leal !>tate Agent. Collector. Noury l'ubllc ual I'ensiou Attorney, So. 1C12 Market street Willi n* T~*\ i 1 i rcents Keaucea i No. .1110 McColloch truct: will nrraog: ?'* iro tenant*. or ou?. mid put In flrit-c'.n** >. 1 ; No. ttThtrtr-ievenih ureet. Mocoud ilouf. jNo. l.U/.une urcct. aorotid llo ?r. 812. Ko. 28J"i Ko.I'm root. ono or two families No. 90.1 Main "Iwl, two-atory brick. Na 3123 MH'olloch it root, twontory fnim* No. Mnln Mreet, largo modem brick d*M* in. fourteen rooiim. No. i:r.*T MhCoUocH itrcct. brick. 8U 00. No. ViOhlo?treel three room*. 17 '*). No. 21 Virginia Mrvot. Iraiuo. nx room< Thy VYrt<Miiii;;<m 1'iace. hou?e ntji 25 aJfil Nil. f>!9 Main ureot. brick dwelling. No. sin* Mniit ?>trout. tlr<t door, three r.>> n? No 1*1 Thlrirtlilrd utreet. brick. tlTo r '111 TwoMploiiiiiiloniivroomo lu Masonicbu < i ^ No. *?>u'nat?llno ?troeu Uro room*. JUv)? No. 1*00 Market itro H. olttco room* No. 121 Tulrtv. third #;roj:. llvo roomi. $ * " No. w? Main "tract, twelve ro.?nn an I1. Ofllfe room* iu llihburd lltock. I1K Mar- ' No. I'lUMiiin ifeot. aeonnd ami thirl Mj ?'? Storeroom* or South strMt> lu Uojrn.' ruuclo bulldlnic. FOR SAXjE. No. vsn LoTilroet, two-amry frame. <5 r Hummer nxldoucrs In the country nt I *'? low, 1'ie.uaut Valley, Leather wood and MONEY TO LOAN. ^INEHART & TATUM. Crrv IUxk litritoiNii. clepbone 219. * (Jels?l itoom N-r \ POB_SALB. llualneu property lu the lictrt of the ci? ^ nlu ?treet, uiu prloj tbat It will pay t?? into. Market atreot bn?lno?i hou??\ oectip Jod tenant: well Improved. uood |neoa:?rleo tlini la J nit one hail what adjaofiiM ty I* held at mid 41 |>er rent lower than 5 * I'lghboriug projtcrty told for. iffllTH &DICKINSON, 1229 MARKET STREET.