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j| BROKE THEIR RECORD.
: The Tradaa Aaumbly's Celabratlon
of Labor Day Saturday
m ?53 BY FUR THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
Ever Given Under (be Aaeplooe of thf
Body?Tbe Amusement I'rogramnm
In Particular Wee a * Cracker*
Jaolcw-*Tbo Parade In tbo J/ornlnir
W?i a Fine Feature and Very Largo.
Uetoili of tbe Celebration*
Labor Day in Wheeling vu observed
. Saturday in a fitting celebration under
K?' tbe auspices of tbe representative labor
||v.-. body, Ohio Valley Tradea and Labor
Assembly, Tbe aa?embly baa given a
number of celebrations in the past, ba:
Saturday's ii the moet successful from
' nearly every point of viow of tlao entire
u lot. The parade was "one of the finest,"
^ the attendance at tbe state fair grounds
was up to past standards, and lastly tbo
|, - amusement programme was, for tbe
assembly at least, a record breakor?tbo
finest lot of attractions ever shown on a
' picnic programme in Wheeling being
: tbe result of the weeks of constant effort
by the amuiemenst committee
??'- Iian/liul l<? Mr J. H Hurtt.
It&f - About three thousand mon wore in
fev' tiio parade, which started from the
p/.-y-' rendezvous at Twenty-third and Mnin
I',} streets, fcloatb 8ldo, at 10 o'clock, under
the chief marshal, John W. Norrin?ton,
m. - and wound up at tho fair grounds shortI';
lv before noon. The Riverside ironR
workers and Gartiold Assembly, K. of
fev- L,. made a brilliant show with their
"JC. of L" sun-shades. The printer*
' turned outflirong, with boutonairos protented
theiu by Hottmaun, the ro<tauranter
and headed by Meister's
band. There was not on organisation
in lino that did not do itsell credit.
I The formation was a8 follows:
Lieut Can*.
K/' Sixteen police. in two platoons.
Chief Marahul John VV. N'orrlnytuu mid StaffJohn
Minkeinejrer. Thomu Fox. Henry
Uff. Foster, lleury Ternplcioii. Otboru
Oray uud Mux Levy.
If' nosr nivmoit.
Bella I ru Union No. 68, A. A. T. ?& 8. W.
&"? Crescent l-odi-o No. A, A. A. I. AS. W,
crritnt Bund. Martin'* Furry.
Garlord (Ohio) Mine Worker*,
wj'v Loom! Uulou na <1(1, Mine Workers.
Local Uulou No. 17. Mitio Worker*
Local Union No. 7HH. Mine Workers,
fcv Iron Moldem' Union No. 67.
Wheel lug City Baud.
Butcher*' Union No. .VI
Butehcrs' Union No. CwOi
jj?:> . second Divnto.v.
Manhal. William A. LaToaitcbe. Aidtw. Willlam
Winder, Auk. c. Meyer. Abo
Jo' Stum m and J. Vonuaman.
American Cornet liaud.
Kivorklde Assembly. No. 920, K. of L.
!? Opuru Ifottio Band.
Garfield Aavitnbly, Clirartnaken.
Poller#' Lo?*l Union. N??. V>\ K. of L.
N. 11 of a P., Local Unfon No. 0.
Local Union. No. 0. A. K. O. W. U.
Tobacco Work em' Union, No. 4,(187, A. F. L.
1 TiiiBT) nivaiox.
Marshal, A. L. liauer. Aides. J. & Barker,
I and Edward Simutman.
Melster'x Hand.
Typographical Union. No. 79.
Brotherhood of Curpenter* uud Joiuors, No. &
Brickluyew' Uniou.
Amorican Federatfou Assembly, No. 5,020.
The pcopli continuod to crowd
around the gates at tlio fair grounds
until Ions uftor 1 o'clock, and at 4
o'clock the count allowed over 5,000
pooplo had boon admitted. Tho usual
side attractions woro on all sidos and
I all found it easy enough to part with a
pocket-full of tho "stuff." The first
track ovont on the programmo was the
f free-for-all poce% in which livo horses
started,and McLaughlin's Highwayman
again showed his superiority over all
other Wheeling pnceri. In the first
two hoats his nearost opponent was
Horry L. Wheat's Vonfo. In the third
heat "Harry McLltro's Mabel Flood wai
coming up nt a terrific clip and would
have taken the heat but for an unfortunato
broak almost at tho wire. Tho
summary:
IIItfh\raynittU,nb..William McLaughlin- 1 1 1
Venla. b. m.. Harry Whom ?? 2 2 3
, Mabel Flood, m.. IJenJ. N'owlmm .. 4 a 2
Clara H., btlc. m.,Chftrtu*N. ttanalicr .3 5 4
Virginia Wllko*. b.w.. Kd. Antiunion...... 5 4 5
Time: 3T27& 2:Z% 2.-JC.
Tho bicycle rare was a vory interesting
con tost, finally won by Max Mahlke.
Stamp took tho first heat aftor a hot
brush with Honry Mahlko at tho tape.
'Ibe next three heats woro captured by
Max Mahlke, giving him tho flnogoltl
, watch. Tho summary:
Mat Mahlke ? Sill
J. C. Stamp - ? J 2 2 3
Irvtn Wood 2 3 6 4
W If. Mahlke - 0 5 3 2
"Jock" La no .. 4 4 4 5
L. IWimncrlciu 5 C Uis.
Time: 1:15.1:18,l:10tf. 1:14^.
The running rnco was a vory protty
event, and was takon by Dr. lieefor'a
Bob Anderson in throe straight boats.
Tho summary:
Hob Audurwni, *. r.. Pr. I too for. 111
Wlndom. b g., William McLaughlin........ 4 2 2
j Maud Ashley, b. m . Williams ?... 2 4 4
Jfarly Duwn, b. k . Ilunipliruy 3 3 3
Time: .54*. .WJ4. .M.
The special match raco between trotters
owned by Michael Aguic and JCdi
4 ward Klliott "was a walkover for Elliott.
The time was in tho neighborhood of
3:30.
The last ovont on tho programme was
tho cako walk, in which only two
couples participated, nud was won by
Joe i'ruukiin aud lady.
THIS MOZUtT FESTIVAL.
It Will bo a Notnblw Uveut In Musical
Tho coming festival of music on tho
afternoon und o von inn ot Monday, September
3, at Mozart park, under the
auspicos of tlio Mozart Hinsin^ Society,
ono of tlio local organizations that did
10 woll at the rocont Toledo siongerfest,
promises to he u notable evout in musical
circles. In addition to tho ongngornont
of Mms Electa Uiflord, tho
Chicago song bird, whoso top-notcn
talent is generally known, nnd who
made tho aoloiatlc hit o( tho sumirorfosl.
the society ban socurud Prof. ttiumonberg,
the violin soloiat, of Martin's
Ferry, who has actncvod a moro than
local reputation. These with .Mrs. Flora
L. Williams and Moaara. Charles Zulauf
and Will 13. Day, of whom it is not
necessary to inako fpeciitl mention, un
oxcoilont programme will rosult. It will
be mad?* up of irion. daots and solos,
and a numborof the plecos rondorod at
, the sieng^rfeat will be uivon; ono with
orchestra accoinpaniment. Tho fnll
Opera Hcbso band o( eighteen pieces
ha* boon ongagod.
COAL Hlill'MISNTB
Orar the C., I- & *V. f.firgrr Than Kver
lie for a Known.
For tho past week coal shipments
over tho Clovoland, Lorain & Wheeling
railroad have boon groator than ovor
boforo since tho completion of tho road,
'i he coal comes wont ovor tho Unltimoro A
Ohio road to Dollairo whoro U Is transferred
to tho C., L. & W. nnd brought
up to tho Uridgnport yard*. Saturday
160 car loads wero handlod and yesterday
180 car loads wore sout out in ton
trains. 0 D&f* which war* drawn hv
SkU^H.'..
peeeencer engine*, lb* ootl traffic being
o large that tha freight motive power
ii sot equal to the emergency. The (1,
LAW. officiate now bare in light 600
eara of coal to handle lniideof tha week, I
bat tbejr do not anlicipata a coal blockada
Tba coal ia all booad (or laka
porta, nearly all ol It being consigned to
Cleveland. j
VOCAL BltBVlTieS.
A
ttUUn of Minor Moment ia ud A boat
th? City.
Edward Beam. drank, vu run ia
| yea lenity by bcaUey.
i Last night, John Coleman, t or wifo
boating, vu arretted by Moran.
A r*tai*i>u wflllubeink pat up along
the creek bank in front of Uio Whitaker
milL
Quite a large nnmbor attended tbo }t
funeral of the vmall child of Jehu Crua- r
by, of 4302 Water atroet.
Tub wheelmen are troing to torn out
atronit in the Charity Circus parade in a 'J
pecial clowns' costume. tf
Tiia flrifc C. C. waro kiln Jn tho old a
Wheeling pottery, oa 100 oouiu otuv, ^
will bo drawn this morning, y
A Fultow batcher, Theodore Leibert
caught hia band on a meat hook Satur- p
day night and was painfully injured.
Saturday night Llont Gaus arretted 1
William Ilosfin and Charles be b noil for tl
fighting on Cbaplino etroet, aouth of i<
Sixteenth. ^
The number of Pittsburgh oxcuraion- y
lata in town yesterday was larger than
usual, and thu number ot hoodlum* iu J]
the crowd was unusually small.
>'kxt Sunday morning sorvices will .
be resumed at the Second Prosbyteriun "
church, l'ho musical features will be '
especially lino on this occasiou. j(
"Roxv" O'Neil came over to tho city i
from Bridgeport Saturday, wharo he
ha* boon in hiding sinco last Thursday. n
Oflicor Fitzgorald arraitad him for a
stealing a watch from T. G. Muoller at
tho Groen House, the particulars of b
which wero published in Friday's In- tl
tojxigenckic. n
Saturday ovoning in North Wheol- w
ing a mooting of persona iutereitod in A
the proposed emigration movement fi
from iiere to Lewis county was held, at- n
tended by J. li. Finster, a roprosonta- e:
tivo of tho Pickens Land Company, on ti
whose land thu emigrants will locate. w
It is said thirty families will go in a u
week or two. al
Saturday was tho day of tho annual
picnic of tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad ?
trackmen. About 200 of tho* truckmon *
and their wivos und friends look advunt- J
ago of the frco transportation otfored by "
tho company und wont to Cameron.
The utteudance was largo and would 0
bavo boen much largor but for tho fact Cl
of tho lubor picnic. All thoso uttund- R'
ing reported a pleasant time. "
George Bell, tho Droprietor of a
boarding house on Ninth atreot, com*
plained to the police of the frequency t
with which some unknown porson had
bceii relieving liis guests of wearing
anparel and breaking into their.trunks. Rl
Mattie Young, a colored girl irom
Bridgeport, who had boon in hie employ
for a short timo, was tho object of ,
liis suspicions. Lieut. Gaus wont to
the boarding houso and look tho girl iu
custody. On the way to tho police
station she contested that she watt the
guilty party and that the stolen articles u
weru at hor home. Lieut. Lukins went
over to Bridgeport and 'recovered tho
articlos. As tho girl's employers did ,
not wish to prosecuto her, alio wua ro* 11
loaiod. e
* o
ABOUT FKOPLK. p
Stronger* la tUe City and WUeelluj Folka U
Alironti. Cl
H. G. Bowles, of Moaongah, is a Mc- b
Luro guest. T
Brico Wallace, of Fairmont, ia o "
Stamm gueit.
J. M. Frcoraan, of Stoubonvillo, autographod
at tbo McLuro. J
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ewing ore back from tl
a visit to tlio sea shore. j,
Edward Clator roturood Friday from p
a Cleveland business trip.
Mr. William Smith, jr., of Wollaburg, u
was vialting in the city yostorday. Rj
Jamoa L Gorman, of Ironton, Ohio, is ^
in the city, a guoat at tbo Windsor. n
John Bloomingstool, of East Livor- n
pool, is visiting frionda in Wheoliug. i
Miss Emma Goolzo ha9 guno to
Uhrichsvillo, Ohio, to spend a couplo of o
woeks.
M. C. Todds, o! Cameron, was a Sunday
visitor and uutographod at tho G
Stnram. V
Miss Ireno Dornan, of Wullsburg, is
tho gueat of Alias Laura Ohermauu, of v
tlio fciouth Sldo. "
MisB Mina Jackson, tho cashior nt ^
VanKonren's restaurant, id visiting in t
West Alexander. ^
Miss Clara Boier, of the South Sido, T
has just returnod from a visit with tl
frionds in Now York. |>
Mrs. C. W. Eoff, of Kuu^as City, form- tl
orlv of this city, is visiting hor fathor,
Mr. John Hoemor, hore. D
Tho moiubers of tho Steubonvillo base J*
ball club while horo Saturday were ~
guoits ut tho Van Kouron. t(
Gcorgo W. Work, of tho Sistorsvillo
onora house, was in the city yestorday
and registered at tho Behler.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson, of n,
Allegheny, who have boon visiting b
Whcoling frionda, roturned home Saturday.
W. II. Isham, in advance of Rico it F
Barton's comedians, is hero arranging it
for tho coming appearance of his show b
at tlio Grand.
Major John W. Mitchell, clerk of tho
circuit court, and wifo aro spending a m
week with Mr. John Wilson and family C
at Short Crook. I1
II. Snodgrass, of Mannington; E. A.
Frant and Karl VV. Frant, of Wollshurg,
and S. A. McCool, of Sistorsvillo, rogiaterod
at tho Uoh lor yesterday. n
Editor John W. Avirntt, of tho Cumberland
(Md.) Time*, waj in tho city
yestorday accompanied by Mrs. Aviratt.
Thoy rogiatorod at tho Windsor. T
Major Stoolo, formerly a prominont v
citizen of Parkersburg, now a loading "
oil man ,of Pittsburgh, wns in tho city 11
Saturday night on his way homo. w
Moasrs. Uaorpn Konip and uavid
Coletnun, of WoU?lmru, nro viaitln#
friomlf* in tlio city, tlio iruoata of Mr. and
Mrs. Krady Morgan, of South Utiaplino ,
atraot. " Y
Miaa Mar^norito Dnujrhtorty, of
Waahingtoa. L). 0., ami Miaa Annio
Aluui, of W'nyuQiburir, Pa., aro tho
charrainjr iriieata of Miaa Lizzie Carrol,
of North Mar hot atroot. 8(
To l'loun?o tho H/Mtoiu
Kflcctually yot jjontly, when coativo or
biliona, or wlion tlio blood la impure or *
BluKtfiuh, to ponnauoutly euro habitual
conatipation, to swakon tho kid nova
and llvor to a hoalthv activity, without
. irritating or wonltonln<* thom, to dtapal ?
hoadachoi, colda or fevers uso Syrup of 1
| Flea, ^ Jj
I Ik you want, to enjoy a day of ploaa* n
tiro attend tlio nicoa at MoumJavillo, 01
I Auetitt L'8 to 31. Faro for round trip nt
I from Wlioolinu 35c. Admission 35c. ?
U
i WallParait at coat. 1011 Main atroot. u
AFTER THE PICNIC
Abor Moguls 11 sot and Congratn
late Themselves.
MEETING OF THE TRADES flSSEMBL1
Ind Gonerat Labor Day Cowmlttc*
Yesterday Afternoon?In tbo Amchi
biy Sleeting a Bakery Con trover*;
Figured Prominently?Labor Da;
Committee* Blake lleport* ? Ore
Fife Tbouaand People Attended.
Yes tor Jay afternoon a regular meetag
ol tbo Ohio Valley Trades aac
abor Assembly was held at the aiiem
ly ball, vrbicb however, waa only lair
f well attended, the fatigninir labors o
tie celebration on the uay previoai
footing unfavorably the attendauce
'reaidont Kobortson and Secrotarj
aulibury occupiod their roapoctivi
lacoa.
The boycott comraittoo roporte<
sveral boycotts still iu force, iucladiuj
boso on a brick contractor and on i
>cal coal mine. Tboro was a spiritot
iscassioa regarding tho boycott on i
Wheeling bakery, aud nrgumonts wen
eard pro and con on the proposition tc
lift" the boycott. The principal objec
Ion to removal at present wai that tht
akery is acid to refuse to ullow its met
j become organized into the bakers
nlon. A volo wu? taken ana rosuiux
i the proposition mooting defeat, i
a 13.
An appeal from the minora of Sum
lit Mined, Pa., was received uud 01
totion laid on the tablo.
Tlio bakory question was again
rought up by a delegate assorting thai
10 local bakory should not bo con
ectod with the Pittsburgh man or
hom tho boycott was originally nlacod
. motion to exclude tho local bakorj
om tho workings of tho boycott wa1
iado hot was mot with numerous anc
xcitod objections. Soveral other mo
ions wore made and tho discussion goi
rurraer and warmer. Ono motion wai
?ado that tho arbitration committe<
liould so to tho bakory and soo whothei
no management will allow tho mor
mployod thereto bo organized. Otheri
nought and a motion was nmrto tha
no organization committeo shall liav<
io matter in chargo. A delogato as
jrtod that any oiforts to organize tin
tuployes of this bakory will ho unsuc
i?saful because someone, not the inaua
er, will mako thoemployos bolievo it ii
ot for their intoroBts to join tho union
he motion to refer to tlio arbitrator
ammittoo was thou putand rosnlted it
8 being carried 131 to 9. This commit
>o will at once no ahead and try t<
scuro tbo coneont of tho bakor to or
anizo the moil.
Dolocnto Michael Grogan moved tha
lio assembly congratulato itaelf on tin
fngniflcent success scored in Saturday')
ig celobrHtion. Tho motiou was pu
ud carriod with a rush.
TUE GUNUIlAb COMMITTEE
laving tbo Labor Day Celebration li
HhikI Moot*.
Aftor tho mooting of tho assembly i
trowoll mooting of tho labor day gon
ral committeo was hold for thepurpoai
f winding up its aOairs. A good pro
ortion of tho membership of tho com
littnn nroa nrntmit Tim mniiinmnnti
ammittoo roportwl its programme hai
oon carriod to a finish without a iiitch
ho prosidont remarked tlio amuee
lonts wero tlio best in tlio history ol
ibor day colebrations.
The gate committee made a partial ro
ort ou tho number of people who at
jnded the labor day celebration, ant
tie oumbor is 5,109. Othor committee!
lade thoir roports, all ol thorn wer?
ariial, liowevur.
Tho eocretary moved that tho troas
ror be authorized to hiro a buggy am
o tho rounds to pay tho bills. Th<
liairtnen of tho various committees
'uro appointed to closo up labor daj
(lairs to-day at 0 a. m. Tho cominittcc
loots attain next Saturday aftornoou a
o'clock.
. A. It. Auuunl Kncmupineut?Low Itutei
to Pitt?!iiircti.
Inlerostin tlio annual reunions of thi
fraud Annr of tho Kopublic and Nava
otorans Association grows with one I
accceding year, uot only among the
otorans themselves, but amou;' all pa
-iotic citizens of tho ropublic.
Tho encampment this yoar at Pittsurgb,
from prosout indications, piomes
to bo as interesting and enthusistic
as any reunion since tho war
hotisanda ol vetorans from all parts o
io country will bo prosent, and l'itta
urgli will surpass herself in aliowiuj;
torn hor hospitality.
Tho Bultimtfro & Ohio Railroad Com
any will soil excursion tickets from al
ckot stations on its lino east of the
hio rivor, for all trains September (itli
> 10th, valid for roturn parage on iyj
ains until Soptomher L'5th, inclusive,
t ono faro for tho round trip.
For more dotailod information, write
> K. D. .Smith, diviaion paasoticei
jont, Baltimore & Ohio iiailroad, Pittsurgh,
l'a.
Tub Moundsvillo Driving Park anil
air Aasociation hold tlieir first moot
ig August US to 31, which promises tc
o a success.
It don't toko much money now tc
inko your liotuo restful and pleasing,
omo and soo some nico designs of Wal
apor, cheap. 1011 Main street.
Wnnteil.
Position as (olograph oporator, ste
ographor, and typewriter. A. t?..
r. O., Box 15, MonudsviUe, W. Va.
Thru* Homo SooUer*' Kxnirolonn
o all parts of tho weit nnd nortliwoal
la tho Chicago, Milwaukee A.St. Paul
ailway at practically half ratos. Hound
ip tickets, good tor roturn passage
itliin twenty days from date of sale,
I i i.i n nmi ?:,
ill UU rnim ??? . I.J'IUHI I^w. ?. ?
ud Octobor f>, IS'M.
For fixrtlior information apply to tlx
oarout coupon ticket agotttor add rest
aim It. I'ott, District l'astfOUKer Agont,
filliuiuiport, ivo.
WiihIiIiiuIoii, I'll,, I'nlr.
August 118 to 31. inclusive, tho Balti
loro ?k Ohio Knilroad Company will
>11 excursion tickct.f. Whuoliug tc
uishincum, Ph., mkI return, on acsunt
of tho agricultural fair, at rate ol
I 50. including ono admission, good rv
irniug until .September 1, inclusive.
Tire Van-Handle Pveing establish"
lunt, owned by John lloilinoior, at No.
i:U Market street, is tho hint onuippml
ouso of itu kind in Wheeling. [it uddi<
on to tho dyoing ami cleaning depart'
lonts a corps of llrflt-clnss tntlora an'
rnployud, who can do repairing an neat
i it la possible. ClotluH und ladies'
armontp, cleaned or dyed, can bo iuadc
j look liko nor. fclatisfaction guarausod.
TEAS. 8PICE8, ETC.
. WE HAVE MOVED !
We take especial pleasure in announcer
in; 10 OQr thousands of patrons that ve
' are now occupying our new and qjegant
four-itory building. which it equippod
9 thoroughly with ?very mod urn iin"
provemont to facilitate tbe handling of
r Rood*. New ipice mills, new and im>
y proved coiTee roaaling machinery, steam
r povcr elevator. Tbe largest and best
equipped
TEA AND GROCERY HOUSE
In the State!
FLICK UST:
Mason Jars, per dozen.. 45c
Choice Large Lemons, per doz 1 Oc
Jelly Glosaes, por doz -28c
Clothos Pins, per doz lc
Carpet Tacks, 8 ounce, per box tc
Choice Salmon, per can -1 Oc
Baking Powder, per pound 1 Oc
Carolina Hice, per pound 5c
Fresh Gingor Snaps, 4 pounds. 25c
Fresh Butter Cruck&s, 5 pounds...~25c
Pain's Koot Beer, 4 bottlos for 25c
Sugars at reflnors prices.
Hlnnfin Una On
! filKuulb lud uU,
nu-'^Mwgy '
WANTED.
WANTED?AGENTS FOR A COMPANY
that t>ov< >lck *ml nccidont Lunoflu.
Ten tlliio*. No Injurs am] 20 |*>r cent for
collertliiu. Call at :xrj JY-abody Building 1*0.
BM1T11. Manager. mi JI
FOR SALE.
j^OR SALE.
AFE WCHOICE LOTS AT EDGISUTOX.
Cheap and on Eaay Teruu.
W. V. HOGE.
nrT, Cltr Hunk nuUdl'ig 1TOO MTkot W+l
FOR RENT.
rpOIl KENT?THE DESIRABLE
C rodden<*e ou tb>j aouthwtMt ooruur of
Twrouiy-tUicd and Chapllno itrocta. I'otwsnloa
trivon September 1. For fnrtbor infonaullou
liniulro of 11. gUAKKIKK. i:W> Mainmast. uu -l
JfOR RENT.
FINK, LARGE. NEW, BASEMENT
BARBER SHOP, WITH BATHS,
CORNER TENTH ANL) MAIN STREETS.
JAMES L. IIAWLEY,
BUl H.'O Mulu Street.
JpOR RENT.
Store room In Peaborif ISalMlnr.
OMoe room* In Pcnbody Building.
Steam boat, elevator mul nil modern conveuiuncoft.
Terms rennonivbte.
, PKAUODY INSURANCE CO.,
Jal 1120 nud ll'-JK Market Street.
1
STOCKS, BONDS, ETC.
QTOUKS Jj'OR SALE.
10 nharei of Nntlnnnl Hank of Wait Virginia.
^' >bann Warwick china Company.
'jOnhnnw Wheeling Ice A StoraKiCn.
10 shares Fire and Marine InvimncoCe.
'jOsltarc* Ihtnk of tho Ohio Volley.
'.'OiIianm l^tlli'lloNull Mill.
2Uiharoi Uuphllii Null Mill.
"bonds WheelInir Rallwar Co.
r CUilmrci /Eluu dtaudurd Iron mi l Steal Ox
1 it. -S. IltWIS. lint .-or.
Jolt) So. Twelfth Street
- +~f BONDS. +-+
I Koyal Clay Manufacturing Company.
> KmPuriu ui?? Company.
WhcfllttK Street Railway Company.
I'M koralnirg, Sutton A Gluuvlllo Railroad Co.
Wheeling ruttory Company.
i Wheeling fct.'d ami Iron Compauy.
Mozart Park AmocUMIou.
5 1'icdmont Water Work*.
I STOCKa
r Oellalrc Nail Mill.
) Kxehango lJanit.
> Manchester Coal Company.
Lallello Irou Works.
, SIMPSON & HAZLETT,
Stocks, Bonds and Investments,
i aulO No. 1311 Market St.
I :
1 TO LOAN.
; MONEY TO LOAN
In amonnts from $500. $80!),
$1,000, $1,500,$3,000, $3,r>00,
> $5,000, $10,000 a nil $15,000
, on real estate security on short
notlco. Wehavo a privaio office.
I L. A. O. L.
XT-OXjS^ cto 25ANB,
[ Telephone .W Ku. Fourteenth Street
, Money to Loan !
$6,500,
i $1,000,
$4,1 OO,
To be Scoured by Deed of Trust on Unincumbered
City Ileal EaUta Inquire ot
' Wheeliog Tide and Trust Co.,
' NO. 1313 3IAKKICT STKKKT.
rnrlC
| Carriers J
\ IIEI.IVRK
i, J THE INTELLIGENCER J
I A To Kt*Mcnif? Ami limine*! A
i r liousua Throughout f
J Wheeling |
I A AND IT* i
| J SUBURBS, f
P DAILY. 15c PER WEEK. f
\ To order Ottilr, pall up
f TELEPHONE 416.
Mixed Spices Mies.
PURE GKOUN'I) SPICES
I OK ALL KINDa
: PURE FLAVORS EXTRACTS
; ATR. H.L-IST'S.
1010 MALV STitEKT, ru3
NEW PRESS GC
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Arriving I
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PRICES - - GEO.
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WASHINGTON AND J
NIKKTY-FOITHTIt YKAK o|wm Hopt. 12 Full
uhmihcu ??? prcPHiv 4nr muui ui uju 4<??iuuu mi?
nitil lllelogy- New Observatory. Athletic Field
;mu'c< very modarav Alumnt < ?'??. Address.
REAL ESTATE.
3?"1 O S_-A- Xj H i.
Splendid house, flvo rooms, Linn street, Dotvedere.
5l.-l'?o.
IIou.hc six rooms. brJck, Eoff street, Fifth
ward, Ii250.
Spleudld live-roomed house, lot 100x175, Todd
View, jl.iwa
House, lour rooms. Wondt street. Centra
Wheeling, on ea?y terms. Sl&).
JIoum), six now#. North Mnrket street. 81.300.
House of seven rooms, Klghteouth street. with
six-roomed houno In tbo resr. lot 3-JxliJ. S*.70J.
House of three rooms. Llud street, Belvedere,
$&vi.
House of C rooms, FoTNtraet. between 22d and
Zkl streets, with 4-rootued housu lu tho roar;
lanto lot. fl.VM.
House of 0 rooms. Cftl street. 81.MO.
A Kino Imnrovod farm of sixty acres, threo
mile* cast of W'heJllug.
House of five roauu, Twcaty-tuird street,
HVW.
Ho:;?o of flvo rooms, Cbaplino street. Centre
Wheel lug. 82.fioa
House of three rooms, Market strait, Ceutre
Wheeling. rxn.
House of leu rooms, brick. Markotstrjjt, Fifth
witrd. oasy terms, 87.W).
House of live rooms, brick, Fourtoouth stress.
?,*?.
Ilouso of four rooms. Jacob street. Sixth
word. 8L2.VI
Houoo. tiro rooms, Woods street, East Wheel*
Inc. Il.too.
Kino farm. macros, threo miles from Moundsvllle.
with splendid ImprovomonU. This Is a
in renin.
MO feet of land fronting .on McColloch and
Uml streets.
Hotel of fourteen rooms, doing good buslueu
splendid location, cheap.
Homo of seven rooms and hall, Chapliao
street. Oturu Wheeling ftwVi.
I?t on?t end Fourieeutlt street. $* >!
lx>ts on Llud street, HelviMlere. 82"'? each.
I^otslu Hebron* ?fc Speldel's addition. HandInn's
M'tdltion to North IJpijw.khI. 11 ngO Jtuu.
Caldwell's Hun. riejuiint Valley, Bellevuo and
other j.intuMn and near tho oil*.
Monnr to loan on city real estate: f J03, 303,
5100. WO, f'lW. fl.UM, Si,WO und J-'.OJJ
nesbitt^sTdevine,
Tel. 6ti 1730 Market Stroot.
FOB SALE.
Right-roomed brick hou?o. No. r?(? Thirteenth
flroot. 82 -Ml KxuminolU It will pay as Investmeat
or speculation.
Splendid M-uito farm ou CadU pike, only onehull
mill* from Bridgeport. It's a first-class place
sua 53.UW Will DUJT U UII a qiHCK IHUU.
SMITH & DICKINSON,
1229 MARKET STREET.
Krai. K-tTATK- Kim: Ins imn<r. nn?S
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
rpiCUSTEE'S SALli
Ity vlrtuo of a deod of trmt mtdo hv F. L.
(Jorhinznui futhcrino (iorUimr. liU w|fo. to mo
ii* tnmteo, dntc-1 Afurmt ltl>. JsJl. and recorded
in thtiu(U?so( th??Wk of Uio County Court u(
Ohio county. Wo>t Vlntlniu. lu Deed of Trn*t
book No..1:1, pugo r*'?, 1 will noil nt tlio north
front doorof the court homo of Mid comity, ou
SATURDAY. SKITKMUKU &TH. lttU,
coniiuonrlnir ut 10 o'clock n. m , tho following
?I?^cribf?l property to-wlt: f?ot No. Ilfly-two (r?J)
in DlvUioii "J." tin shown ou tin* (tint of parcel*,
utroot* mul nllaya, lunde hv Dnuiol I* tub ami
iloiirv it. Huvieil. iiicrinl i"ommii*loner? of thu
Circuit Court of oblo count*. in tho chancery
unit of 8. II Caldwell agalu-t I'/irolino M. \V||*ou
ct nl. Aiaoouo Iron uruy bono, ouo butcher's
wiikou, one net hnrnoai. om< nudity und bu^Rir
haracvi, ono m1i*1($1i. otio ire box. throe merit
block*, one lueat counter, ono not of butcher
shop llTturc* uii.l lu'ieliliicry. including online,
uuti chopper. lard kettle, etc. *nd oueor?*u.
'IritMs OP8AI.R?Kvcry *ttlo for lew thnu l.'O
Hindi Iw for colli. ond orery nolo In cxcom of 5W
Html I bo otic-!hird ntid in inneh more in tho
liurchn-ortnny. cb-ct to pur lu ra*h. tho b:ilnnco
in two espial iu*inllmctiL* nt and twelve
month*. noUH bearing Interest (runt tho day of
mlo with awuirltv *Ml*f*ctory to tho trustee. to
Ik? given for tho deferred payment*
?? > It s. Trn*'.qe
INTKLUGKSCKK'S .1011 OKFICKNKWTYI'K.
BKH.I.Ki? WOKKXIKN. IIONKJT
COUNT ftod IAS I'Y WORK, ttatul lor urlcov .
INTKI.IdWKNCKR.
tuud V7 Founoeuth tiUMt.
)OOS-GCO. B. TAYLOR
? 1894.
w
3SS
ods
Imnrc
Li I Igo.
:0. R. TAYLOR.
ORDERS
Every Day I
Cloths
INENT.
Lower Than
Ever Known.
TAYLOR.
EFFERSON COLLEGE.
v cqnlpp*l for college work. Klectlvo eourvi
feaalou*. taboratorio* for Ctmmliitrv. lliuortilogr
I and now Wymuailum with MoJlo.il Director. Kx?
TII< t'ltmt 'VAT. WKkUtU.n.tV tw& ^
REAL ESTATE.
Rents Reduced!
No. 23J9 nionjlne atroet, two-story brick.
i No 2S21 Eofl atreet, tln?t Moor.
A two-story fracio dwelling of flro rooms oa
South Kliu atreet.
No. riJUl McColloch atreot; will arrange for
two teiiaut*. or ono. nod put in ilnit*c!a*? ?rdar.
No. ? mirty-sevcnth street. socond lloor, J>.
No. 1X1 Znnu atreet. aocond floor, f 12.
No. MR Main air?*L two-story brick.
No. Sir. MeCol|i?cb atreet, two-story fratut
No. 5?) Mnln street. larjo raoJorn brick <lwrjU?
lu*. fourteen rooma.
No. 1K7 Mt-CollocU atroet. brick. 8U 00.
No. W Ohio ktrcet. throe rootui. S7 W.
TbeWuiidlUBUiii 1'laeo. boiiso and :3acMi
No. G19 Main street, brick dwellingNo.
2Wi Main atreet. tlNt floor, throo tootk
No. 123 Thirty-third street, brick. tire r.vuni
Twosplctnlid office rooms la Masonic bulldlu;.
No. 'J&m.haullne stroet. flvo ro.nrn. 1(301
No. l.VXJ Market *tn*ot.o(Tli2J rooms.
No. \1\ Thirty-third atreeu tWoroomi.tta)
No. art Main -tro-^t. twelre room* aud bit*,
Office rooms In Hlhbard Block. 1314 MarkeH'Store
room* oi: South struct, la Itatruo U>
cruaclo building.
FOR. SAI.B. ?
No. MCOChapllna street, au elegant roiidcuet
at a swat bargnln.
MONEY TO LOAN.
RINEHART & TATUM,
Crrr Bank Bcildinq,
Telephone 219. (au?ll ltoom No. &
J^KAL ESTATE.
IIon?o< for aale choan
Ittillulmr lot* for a*le cheapFarms
for sale cheap.
I'ropcrtr for -?ulo on enay terms.
Money io loan ou real estate.
IIAKKYJ. FINK.
IVlonliono O7. 11 >t Marki" ?" *" _
PLUMB ING. ETC. ?
TRIMBLE^TuTi
SUPPLY HOUSE.
riumhln? and Gas Fitting
Steam ami Hot Water Hoatiii?*
A Full Lino of tXio Celebrated? |
svnii- steam I'I Mrt
?Conitaull.v ou HuuJ.
ISOO ISD I.-,OS JUBGKT STUCBT. Hlltll !"
liolice to Watural Gas Comeri!
Tin' mnilKIID CAT/OKtVIi: NATI'RAl iU
!U*UNKR l? Uioualv Uuruer ou Iho ninrK.-: t.i?;
I* KUiirnnicvtl to jjivo Mttl?feotloa. Ii-' :i'ir
cvlvH in uecoptlntf "jp.<t ah good" wiitt
guuruutcu. Sold only by
<JEO. lliUBEKD & SON.
inrJI i."U MiiTki't^'r-"-^
-yyiLLIASI 1JAUE & SON.
Practical Plumbers,
GAS AMI STEAM FITTKUS.
No. 38 Twelfth Stroct.
All Work Imih' I'mnmtlv ?: Kim^qmh''
gCUAEFER A DMEUOUSV,
?sots aokxvi ron?
Jas. B. Pappar & Co.'s
UISTIIXKKV HOTTI.EU \VIIW>EV.
rpilt ISTHl.LIGK.VCEU
X UA CUUti AMD FlU?U.NT.lUU I'Af**

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