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Nearly a Bad Aoaldent on the , Blrer at the Public Landing. LIZZIE BAY AND THE CHflRLESTOH Come Together, bat the Damagn Done Woe Very Slight?For a Time it Looked bike * Panic on cbe Ferry Boat?The Ferry Boat's Pilot Wan Not to Blame lor Hie Accident, Which Woh Caaaed by an Error ol Judgment. Wh?t might have ended in a tragedy involvingtho low of many livei wu narrowly averted on the river at the public landing about 8 o'clock laat night. The Kanawha river picket, L?r.zio Bay. wot lying at tho oity wliarfbcfet and the liland ferryboat, Charleston, wai a teaming acrou tho river from the Island to 1U landing at tho foot of Elevonth street, a ihortdistanceabove the wharfboat. When tho ferryboot, with Capt. Ben Goodwin at the wheel, waa about ovonty foot from the shore it waa noticed that the Bay waa bending up stream without backing away and straightening; out, as is usually done. The Bay's pilot sounded a single whistle, moaning that he wanted the starboard, and would pass up between the forryboat and the shore. Captain Goodwin answered with a single toot, which hefollowod up with three short ones, meaning that the Bay should at onco atop and roverao hor wheel. Tho forryboat pilot then at once tbrow his wheel ovor so as to straighten up his boat's head to the stream, leaving room for tho packot to past. Ifo had givon tho three toots, as ho did not beliovo that there was room for tho Bay to pass on tho city side. Before tho Bay could be atoppod sho had run into tho Charleston, though not with a great deal of force, and slightly injured her guards near the itorn. Tho forryboat was crowded at the time of tho accident and for a minute or two it looked as though there would be a nanic, but cooler heads taw that the collision would not bo a disastrous one, and nobody was rash enough to risk a chilly bath in tho crystal waters of the Ohio. IIE GOT II18 MONEY. A Man l'nvs Llberully for n Meal tlint was Mlvon him. Tho case of alloged larcony of a watch by Goorgo O'Noal, two wooka ago la still froah In tho public mind. Briefly, tho etory waa that Francia W, Miller, a fancy stono cutter oi Philadelphia, carao hero hunting work, lie waa without funda, though tho rocipiont of a largo income. 0 Neal protended to be aick, and prevailed on Millor'a avmpathioa to auch an extnnt that ho lot him have hia watch to pawn. O'Noal and tho watch both diaappoared, but ho was aftorwarda v arrested. The case aeainst him waa not strong onoiigh to hold, and ho waa dismissed after tho grand jury had examined into it. Miliar romainod hero, without monoy. He alopt at tho city building with a miscellaneous collection of vagrants. Ho showed papora to provo hia ownor ' ? auip OI VaiUHUlU plupurtV IU l iiunuuiphia, bat forsomo mason ho did not recoivo money which ho expocted. It wns rather a ra^tery to thoso who know him how ho subsisted, but yesterday a etory carao out which soorns to throw aomo light on tho inattor. A fow days ago he got some money, after two or throe hitches in proceed* ings. Monday he recoivod another remittance. YoRterdny ho called at tho /iomo of Mr. Jack way, in East Whooling, and romindod him that a few days ago he had been given a meal thoro. At the tlmo ho said ho would pay for it, but no attention was paid to this. Ho wantod to pay, but Mr. Jack way rofuaed to accept tho money, whereupon Miller gathered all tho children of the family and cave them a dollar oach. Ho then camodown town and sent a large lot of meat out to tho house. It was said last night that ho had loft tor his homo in Philadelphia. He is a man oi peculiar character, and how far his Quixotic gratitude went about town cannot bo known till all the roturnsaro. Til(2 miifiitOllEit* PLACED. East Ohio Conforeuco Appointments Made Yesterday. Tho East Ohio Methodist Episcopal conference which closed at Warren, 0., early yesterday morning mado thoao appointments: i Steubonvillo District?D. II. Stewart, presiding elder. Blootningdalo, A. W. Knight; Bridgeport, 0. B. Ilenthorno; Bridgeport. vV. D. Stovons; Brilliant, J. P. Hawk; East Liverpool, First church, J. M. Hudson; Second church, R. F. Loars; East Springfield, T. H. Taylor; Empire, S. B. Salmonor; Hammondsvillo, A. 0. Sirdonfiold; Harloin Spring, J. J. Wallace: Irondale, it. 0. Pay no; Martin's Ferry, J. W. Robins; Mingo, J. A. Garrett; Richmond, I. P. Lloyd; Salinevillo, J. F. Iluttloton; Smithliold, T. \V. Andorson; Stoubonvillo, Finley, Foster Anderson; First church, Louis Puino; Hamlino, It. B. Pope; Toronto. W. D. Starkey; Wnrrenton, J. S, Hoiiingsliead; Wollsvillo, S. Burt; Winterville, J. 0. Smith. Barnosvillo District?D. C. Odborno, Sresiding oldor. Antioch, II. i. Warn: urnoaville, W. II. Locko; Armstrong Mills, D. B. Cope; Barnesvillo circuit, W. II. PiuKott: Batesvillo, W. J. Kowo; BeallBvilfoTltobort Davidson; Bollairo, 0. W. Ilolmen; bolmont, J. W. Richer; Clarinpion, J.D. Manloy; Demos, S. A. Porocoy; Fairviow, A. Nv. Grubor; Hannibal, G. M. Wilson; IIondrysburR, W. C, Mock; Morristowu, C. T. Potty; Powhattan, 11. 11. Finch; Quaker City, R. S. Strahl; Somorton, 1'". E. IIoi?hk way; 8u Cluiravillo, I). W. Chantllor; South Bollairo, William Porogov; Wash ington. J. G. Grmblo; Wintornot, W. 11. J liuvorliold; Woodafiold, Alfrod Walls. The Morcnntilo Club. Tho nowly incorporated Mercantile club hold its first moetinir for tho purfiose of organizing, and oloctcd tho folowing directors: Samuel Kraft, 8. 8. Blocli, L. Swabackor, L. 1). Stein. A. 1). Adlor, M. Stoinfold and Mnrrin llork* hoimor. Tho following oflicora lyero oloctod: E. iluckman, prosident; A. M. Rico, vico prosident; J. Uohoustoin, troasnror, Tho club haa sovoral c? 1 iihlu locutions in viow for a club liouso, but has not yot docidod on any. BLANKETS, MITS pair and upwards, at Tint Lbadbii, 1020 Main Streot. Bowling froo for ladios ovory Monk day, Wednesday nnd Friday from !? a. |. in. to 1 p. rn. at tho Whooling Howling B Aasociution's now alloys in tho Musuo K building. Tho basomont alloys aro ruBlaorvud oxclusivoly for ladioa and tlioir icorta ovory day in tho wook. Ladies' Knights will bo announced lutor. hxtm LiOCAIJ BKEVIXIB8. Kaltara of Minor lUouat la ud A boot thmCUJ. UATtna it the Grind to-day. Tob Ghajtd thlt ereolni?George Dixon's Company. Not* cueshowed op yesterday mornioii for tba police court. The Hadlicb property on North Main trMt will beoccnpiod by Mr. J. tioyder, jr. The wall pa par was* furnished and placed by Ko?? T. Che*, the contractor. Thi Martin'a Ferry ferry boat ia atill laid np, and the akin line and tho creat iron bridge com pete actively (or pagawtfger travel. The electric line, via the Island, ecta of coarse the iion'a ahare. YniJtBDAT the air waa abont 20 dogreat cooler than a week ana The mercury at Schnepfa only got up to 67 in the shade. It was predicted by careful wentbor observers that thero wauld he frost last night. Fraxzuxiu, Geisey & F*ma, the architecta, have completed plans for atablea and carriage aheda at Joseph Shiolda' place on Chapline street, and the contract for building them was awarded to Wood Bros, for $2,415. Ms. Min.iehyeb, Democratic candidate for sheriff of Belmont county, deaires it atatod that tho report that he Wflft ahmtt In withdraw from the l)emo> cratic ticket is without foundation. Ho nover thought of withdrawing, bo says. In making tho contoraplatod improvements on the btato Fairgrounds it will nocossary to movo 123 or 130 troos, pretty well grown. They will bo dug out and movod over 100 feet to now locations. Tho work will require groat caro. Tiib most attractivo days of the year aro now at hand. A delightful coolnois has taken tho place of sultry days and nights, and from this time on each twenty-four hours will see a portion of the mosquito crop disappear. What a formidable crop it has beon. Night before last an Italian candy Eoddler met with an accident on Alarot street below Fourteenth. Several trays oi candy were upset olT his cart. When a crowd of children made a rush for it ho pushed them back und proceeded to trample tho candy in the mud. Now the kids have doclared a boycott on him, and it is likoly to bo ollectivo. about people. Strangers la the City and Wheeling Folks Abroad. J. H. Blair, of Waihinpton, Pit., is at tho JIcLuro. Mils Lotta Gardner, oi Sistorsvillo, nrttnrrranhn/1 nfc tlin WilldHOT. M. G. Gardener, a well known Sistorsville man, is a McLure arrival. J. A. Connolly and family, of Sistersvillo, aro eueata at tho Windsor. Judgo John Brannon, of Weston, autographed at the McLure last evoning. lira. C. N. Taylor, of Thirteenth stroet, (jot homo yesterday from a visit to Baltimoro. JosoDh Speidol, jr., loft for New llavon, Conn., where he will roauuio his studios at Yale. Engineer Gil Brown will loave to-day for quite a sojourn in Now York, combining buainoss and pleasure. Gonorol A. Balrd, U. S. A., and Mr. William Baird, of Washington City, aro visitiug relativos in tho city. MissTappan, of this city, left yesterday on tho Panliandlo for Now York for an oxtondod visit with friends. Alfred Davis, tho pottery man, loft over the Panliandlo yesterday aftornoon for the west on a business trip. Harry J. Van Keuron yesterday roturnod from Now York state, whore ho has boon visiting rolativos for tho past two wooks. George M. Fleming, a Buckhannon nowspapor mau and lawyer and C. C. Iligginbotham, of tho samotown, figure on tho Windsor rogiator. W. V. Tavenor, R II. Thompson and F. S. Young, Pittsburgh travoling freight agents, aro in the city, and figure on tho McLuro register. W. F. Duorr, of Now Martinsville; C. H. Stowart, of Sistorsvillo; A. Dopier, of Proctor; Thomas Haro and O. P. Moore, of Mannington, and J. II. McCoy and wifo, of Sistorsvillo, autographod at tho Stamro. R. S. Starkman, of Mannington; E. E. Stowart, of New Martinsville; Captain G. D. Kidd, of Sistersville; S. 13. McDonough, of Fairmont; E. B. Fitter and H. II. Mercer, of Wilaonburg, were among tho West Virginians who autographed at tho Bohlor yesterday. National Mothor*' Convention. CniCA00, Sopt 25.?At tho initial session of the national gathoring, known as the Mothers' Convocation, at tho Kindergarten collogo. to-day, a largo audience waB addrosaed by Dr. W. W. Jaggard, who spoke on pro-natal inlluoncea. l)r. Norman Bridgo followed with a lecturo on babies' foods. To-day's gathering was tho first congross of its kind over held nnd thoro wore women prosont from all ovor tho country. Tho rush was so groat that an overflow mooting was hold in charge of Miss Elizabeth Harriaon. Tim Old. Old Story. WiKKBsnAiimt, Pa., Sopt. 25. ? ExBankor Kockefollor, who is now sorving a aentonce in tho oaatern penitentiary for defrauding his depositors ont of half a million dollars, writes a statement for a local papor, in which, ho ? loaf ku Innon l..i noH9 mothoda anu too much oxtonsion of crodit to depositors. Ho says ho novor appropriated ono dollar to his own uio. NOTES OX NAVIGATION. Btago of Water anil Movement* of lloat*. The lllvor Intermit*. YRCTERDAY'fl DKPAKTl'ltlM. Keystone statu. Callioiiti, CinciiiiiHtl, 8 a. m. Liberty, Booth. ClnriiiKtoti, .r?:0J p. in. Courier, llyer, I'nrkcMtmn;. 10.-:i0 n. in. Lizzie IJoy, MmMy, I'ittHbur^ki, 8 p. m. ilOATS I.KAVINO TO-DAY. Bon Ilur. Kotnplo, Pnrkorsburtr. tO:.'tO u. in. Liberty, llootb, Clnrititf ton, 3:J'J p. in. Tho whoolmon'a stoaraboat excursion will probably bo knockod out by tho low wator. Tho Scotia ia still laid up at tho uppor ond of tho city. Hor captain, Phillips, and a portion of tho crow aro aboard. Iho stago as shown by tho marks at tho public landing Inst ovonint! was 7 foot and still falling rapidly. Tho big boats will have to ao to thu bank unless thoro is a riao protty soon. FROM THIS UlTBlt OAUGK8. Morpantown?Itivor 5 foot 0 inohos and ntutionury. Weather cloar and cool, witl? frost Inst niaht. Uroonsboro?Kivor 6 foot 8 inclios nnd falling. Woathor cloudy and cool. Warron?Kivor 1 foot nnd falling. Wnathor cloar and cool. Oil City?Hivor 1 foot 8 inclios nnd stationary. Woathor cloar nnd cool with tho thermometer at 40. Steubonviilo?Rivor (J foot and falling. Woathor cloar and cool. Passed down, tho Hoscuo. Opntlpmpn'c Morino Socks at uenuemen s^c, worth20c, at Tun 1IIUII UIma? u> *IIU uanubitj xv?u iuuiu uiiuuk I PIiAG<* ON PUBLIC OCHOOL& The Joalor Order t'altaa American Mechanic* PratMt "Old Glory te ta? JUr. tlubarg School*?A Notable Occasion. Spvial DUpcUh to U* HWioemetr. Uaktixoubo, W. Va., Sept. 23.?Tho Junior Order United American Mechanic* of thu city p relented to each of the public acbooli an American flag todijr. A parade compoted of the councils of tlia order here and thoae from Cumberland and Bruniwiclc, Md., and Piedmont and iiarper'a Kerry, W. Va., which attended in a body, uiembora of the order from Baltimore, Waahington and otbor places, mayor and city coun 1 -I .u. ?I 1 I 1 , Ull, 1DOIOUU19 U1 MID gbiiuui uwu>u, tuw teacher* and scholars of tho various public schools, formed in the public square. The procession, headed by tho Martinabnrg city band, marched through the principal atreotc. halting at the different school building*, raisins a Hag over each building. Many of the rosidoncea and principal stores along the line of march were decorated with na? tioual colors, and much onthusiasm was displayed. The ceremonics were conducted at the high school. Mr. L. Gorhardt, in a brief Bpeech, prosented tho flags on the part of tho order, and Mr. l>. H. Dodd responded and accepted them ou tho part of the board of education. Mr. 1L II. Littlo. of Hagerstown, Md.f thon introduced Rev. F. J. Muckay, of Oxford, l'a.t who inado tho principal address. A grand ball was hold to-night at tho Contral Opera liouso in honor of tho occasion. CLOTHING TItADKS STRIKE Not Yet Eudml nt llontou, Though It wu Thought to lie*. Boston, Mass., Sept 25.?Tho clothing trades strike situation has materially changed during tho past twenty-four houra. Jtwas believod that the strike was virtually over aud the operators had gainod a victory, but to-day tho contractors and strikers aro at a deadlock. A conference of ropreHontatives nt IiaJK .11/Iaii Imi Imnn in nonrlu nnntin. uotis sessiou aiuco 8 o'clock last night, and what the outcome will bo cannot be predicted. Working the Old Iluaco Gumo. Grafton Sentinel. The Democrats aro trying to work a scheme on wool similar to tbo ono tiioy successfully worked to deceive voters with tin cups over in Ohio two years ago. It will be romembered that just before the election of 1802, in certuin Ohio counties they sout out sham nod- 1 dlcrs among tho farinors with tin cups which they oflerod at ten cents oacb, tolling tho?,pooplo that tho McKinley bill hud so raisod tho prico of tiu that i cups could not bo sold for a less prico. | Now Democrats aro trying to deceive tho poople by "pulling the wool ovor their eyes" and telling thorn that the j prico of wool is going up when tho mar* ; ket reports show the contrary. They aro i even sending agents into communities where thoro is no wool to buy and offering 20 conts a pound for it.* Thero uro already instances where thoso Demo- i cratic emissaries have gone to mor- ! chants and aikod them to buy thoir : wool at 20 cents and proposing to take it out in goods at such a profit to tho merchant on his goods as would warrant him in paying 20 conts. Tho ob- j joct being to givo crodonce to tho assor- < tion that wool was actually being bought at 20 conts a pound. Tho exposure oi theso tricks only go to prove tho desperatoncss of tho Democratic . situation. Democratic rulluros lu tho Vnlloy. Raleigh Republican. Tho Democratic leaders of Kanawha : county undortook to havo two "rousing" political meetings on tho 11th. . Ono at Montgouiory undor tho porsonal supervision of Sir." J. P. Alderson, tho other at St. Albans. At Montgomery tho baud was busily engago'l from three in the afternoon until (J at night and succeoded in bringing together ninety?evon Republicans and thirty-three Democrats. This was very discouraging to Mr. Alderson. Yot having an abiding personal confidence in his own truo groatuess ho "expostulated" long and loud. At tho close of the mooting ono of Mr. Alderson's representative* proposod tluit "all present who will support Mr. Alderson signify by raising their hands." It is said that?not a hand was ruisod. : Tho mooting at St. Albans is roported as beiug, if possibln, a more completo . fail uro than tho ono at Montgouiory. < This is another ovidonco that tho voters I aro tirod of Mr. Alderson's services. Jtnhiml llt'r ItiMioril. Queen'stown, Sopt. 25.?Tho Whito Star steamer Teutonic, Captain Cameron, arrived here to-day, having made tho run from Now York in 5 days 22 hours and 51 minutes. This in ono hour and 48 minutes behind her record. I InHorvn/flfir children's Noturunaervveai. ?i wooivouaond Drawers Sc and upward at The Lea6Kit, 1020 Main Street. Ol'KNINO of Finn llat* ami KomioU lit WOKI.V Tliurxdny ami Friday, ScpiouiDer 27 uuil 28. 1058 .>luln ntroot. italtiinoro & Ohio SptM'lal Kxvandou to the I'litNbtll'Kl' KxjMINltiOII. .Septomber '27, October 4 and fl, 1894, tho ttaitimoro & Ohio will poll excursion tickets to Pittsburgh nt $2 01) for tho < round trip, which include* one admia- ' sion to the Kxposition. Tickets ?ooil returning two dnys from . date of salo. Aix good phyflicinns especially rocom* mend Smith's Cream Alo and 1'ortor. Ivory- ; : ^ OOAP | mm) i ?it floats* FOR TABLE LINEN. THE PnoCTEII * QAMDUg CO., CUtTI. ONLY T1IK BEST QUALITY OF STATION WHY. TIIH KIN'I XT INK AND T1IK NKATKST TYI'K nro uho<1 lu ttio Cow luurclui l'rltiltuir dune by C TUH INTKLLiUlCNCmi JOU orvicK TEAS. SPICES. ETC. WE HAYE MOVED! We takeeepecial pleasure in annonncing to oar thousand* of patrons that we art now occupying onr new and elegant four-story building, which la eqoipped thoroughly with every modern improvement to facilitate the handling of goodt. New apice mills, new pnd improved coffee roasting machinery, steam power elevator. The largest and beat ?1.^?1 TM AND GROCERY HOUSE In the State I PRICE LIST: Mason Jars, per dozen.. 45c Choico Largo Lemons, per doz 1 Oc Jelly Glasses, per doz ~2Sc Clothes Pins, per doz lc Cnrpct Tacks, 8 onnco, per box. lc Choico Salmon, per can -1 Oc Baking Powder, per pound 10c Carolina ttice, per pound 5c Fresh Uingor Snaps, 4 pounds 25c Freah Butter Crackers, 5 pounds.....25c Pain's Uoot Beer, 4 bottlos for 25c Sugars at refiners prices. itlaifc Co. nu-'.'TMWAF BU51NESS CHANCE. WANTED?A RELIABLE MAN. with Jl.'JOOca^h J ii hand. to start a branch of our busino^K in tniacity. .Strictly U^itiuiatc oud honorable; now in oporation In /icvoral citie*, coining money. ?V)l) per month can eiwily be made. No patent-right or agency *<:homo, but a uleaMiiit and permanent nflico buninc**. Parties having the desired capital and meaning biulnim. add rem. TUB HUI?KIN3 JoNKS CO. 50G Chicago Opera House Iluildiug, Chicago. 111. w.'fl WANTED. WANTED?S ALES M A N?O N E Rood man. with mnall capital Addrcw "Cr. ir..' caro In toll lKcuccr otllce. 8925? WANTED?A MAN TO TAKE AN oftlco to represent a manufacturer: $M per week: small capital required. Address, with stamp. MANUFACTURER, llox 2111. - Concord Junction. Mtwi. teZi-WM* H7"AXTKD-A0ENTS FOR A COM v y i'ANY that pays rick ana itccineni uuuefit*. Ton tltuos. No (awes mid 20 por cont for collecting. Call at 3<W Peabody Building. I* G. SMITH. Manager. auJO WANTED?HONEST, ENERGETIC men to solicit orders fur frnitand orna* mental nursery block: permanent employment: liberal terra*: no experience nowwary. AdIresa It. (J. CIIASE ?\: CO., 1430 South I'rnn 3<|imro, Philadelphia, Pa. mwak WANTED?THE GERMAN AMERICAN MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. Hie most progressive and reliable matnral prernlnni company. Good contracts. Geuoral and loccinl agents wanted for West Virginia. Whitehall street. Atlanta. Ga. ne'J0 FOR SALE. FOR SALE?A MOVEABLE HOISTING engine with boiler, in good order, [.'heap. Inqulro at KOSKN'HKKG'S Stone Yard, [-ortier Twenty-eighth and Kofi' streets. se2j? SALIC. AFEWCHOICE LOTS AT EDIU'XGTON. Cheap and on l?a*y Tori an. W. V. HOGE. ocC CItr Punk BnlMl'ig VMQ Market Street FOR RENT. pOR RENT. NO. iS8 TENTH STREET, (Second story), SIX ROOMS, HALL AND IIATII. JAMES L. HAWLEY, ?r- 14 >n Mnln ?lrnrt?_ pott KENT. Slorn room In Poabotly uuUtUnq>. Otllca rooniH In l'onbody Itulhtlug. Steam bent, elevator ami nit modern con. roniuuee*. Terms roaxonnblo. PKAIIODV INSURANCE CO.. jal 113U ami ll'-iK Market Street. STOCKS, BONDS, ETC. g'L'OClCS FOK SALE. ahnro.n IilvorMdo Iron Works. 10 share* of National Hank of Wost Virginia. Itfsharos Warwick China Company. 20 shares Wheeling Ice ?fc Storage Go. 1 10shares Fire ami Marino InniirancoOa 10 shares Hank of the Ohio Valley. VOitharoi UBelloNmi Mill. 'JO share* l.aughlln Nail Mill. bonds Wheeling Kallwav Co. it. S. IltWIN. nrokor. go 18 No. Jt Twolfth Btrcot. , +?f BONDS.T-T Kovnl Clay Manufacturing Compauy. l*o<torin Gloss Coiniiany. ; Wheeling Street Kail way Company. 1*a korsburg, Sntton ?fc Glenvlllo Kailroad Co. Wheeling Pottery Company. Wheeling Steel and Iron Company. Piedmont Water Works. , STOCKS. Oild Follows Hall. Frauklln lusurauco Compauy. Itiversido Iron Works. i ltellalre Nail Mill. . Kxchange Hank. i Manchester Coal Compauy. Lallellolron Works. SIMPSON & HAZLETT, Slocks, 1 kinds and Investments. : s<r, No.lflll Marlcot St. GENE R ALNOTIC ES. NOTICE I ro Patrons of The Bollalro, Bridgeport & Martin's Ferry Stroet Railway Company. We lmvo for some time past And will contlnuo . o bring nil passengers to tho waiting room at IrMgojiortcoining from Hellnlroln theoveulngs, .ml tin iiuKMiinror or nossenirors will havo to wait ' it our cur bum. oh ttioy di<l lust sprint; tiu?l tho arly part of t hi* summer. Tho la?tc?r to Urlrtgomrt from llcllnlro loaves lkillairo stotio bridgo it U): 15 p. m. c'22 : CITY TAX NOTICE I I opficv ok ") Cjrv Tax Collector, Pmu.ic IUm.mNo, y I Wiikui.inu, September 17, istfl. ) \ Notice I* hereby jrlvou that tho City Tnxo? for ? .s'.tI will bo iluc nn<l paynblo ni thu oflb-o of tho * ,'lty Collector. Public Mulhliiur. Moinluy, Octo- I k.t 1. tH'ji. l'eroou* pavltiK nil tholr tuxot unv lay during tho uii.utli of ootobcr will be entiled to a discount of < l*Hlt CKNToucltv tuxo*. 'ho taxes on real cttntu will boar intoroflt from iovomber 1. 1891. ni 10 per cent until paid, ilouoy snvod Ik mouey carno<l. Have 12 percent ' y payliiR lu tlmo. W. II. HlIAtKK, _HOIH City i'olloftor. i^ i.'nKMPTinv m? unxns Li ?OK? Eloctrlc UlRht Loan. Tho holder* of tho ubovo mi mod l>on?H nro icroHy notlllod that tho following nttmboni mvo itocii cullo?l, namely: 71, Hi, .*? !, :t.H, so, 17, 2(1, -II, H4, #:?, of ouo htimlrod dollar* ut'h, mid 147, 1(10, litt, 1(14, Mil. 131, 1,17, ah, net, ins, taa, io?, tot, mo of tivo mmlrcd dollar* onoh, nndnro pavahlo Ootobor . . 18VI; lit whloh dato thov wilt ccu*o to bear luorcft, ISoimIh nml coupons will bo paid at thu tank of ttio Ohio Valloy. ( JOMMJSSIONKUS OK KLUCTIUC L10UT I/O A N. I Nia 1 BARGAIN BULU E. B.F Bargain MAIN AND TENTH i i ======= o > We have Just purchased a ? of the ROCHESTER CLOTI _ on the market for a few days a 5 Bargain hunters will do well to ? from their opening announcem ? pose to close the balance ot tne } Great ttst ? $123,000 Worth oF O 0 from the Big Fire 60 S The largest fire that has visl curred in the wholesale clothing dreds of thousands of dollars u ? But $123,000 worth of Fine ( c the insurance, the entire stock ^ W. Va., and will be sold for h; c 1 -AJyCOISTG- THE 2 Men's $4 50 Suits go at G. Men'a 500and$5 60S1 _ lYlcil 0 Jlon'a 6 00, $0 50 and ! = ^ Mon'a 8 00 and SS 50 b FinP Men'a 0 00 and $10 001 * 14 4V- Aton'a 11 (?1 nnii $11 50 I . 0 . Men's 12 00 and $14 00 i ? OUltSl Men's 15 00 and SIC 00 ? Men's 17 00 and $18 00 ? Men's 19 00 and $20 00 ^ If voa can match thoso goods fo "2 you will much obligo us by roturnii ctf fund your money. This is as plain X moan exactly what wo say. Men's $1 00 Good Worh m Men's 1 25 Pants, sple J- AA^n'c M?n's l 50, $1 75 and J O aV1c.11 o Men's 3 00 Pants, our i C Men's Fine Pants, extri ^ Men's $3 50 and $4 00 P > Ponto Men's 4 50 and $4 75 P 0 I dlllb. Men's 5 00 and $5 50 P "O Mon's 0 00 Pants at.... 2 Mon's G 50 Pants at.... L* ^ Again wo make you tho offer-?tl von tho monoy for any goods wo soli of the word, and worth doublo tho u to plioa to our line of Clothing. u ? Boya' 30c Pants co at... d Rmre' Hoys' 40c Pants, a (croa 0, DUyS Boys' 50c Pants, bit? eel J C? i Ifc Boys' 6oc Pants, oxtra ^ q OUilb Boya'$1 40 Suits, a apoi +* Bovb' 150 Suits at ? dllU Boyg' l 7.r, and $2 00D bn ponAr Boys' 2 50 Fine Dross rt 1 ctlHb? Boya' 3 00andS350 Fi S Boys' 4 00 and $5 50 Si Thcso Spot Cash thundorbolts nro the catiso < looking for full value for ovory dollar. Is cntchln that bit; piotlts are out of tho ouostlon. lkwldcn ltlug this groat sule, which will contlnuo until b; 4I-E5. B. F Main and Tonth Strg REAL ESTATE. J^KNTS REDUCED. No. 2301 Chapllno street. throo-story brick of 8roouii. bath room, cellar and lauudry, Sli 73. No. 90\< Twelfth street. thrco-story, 8 rooms, bath, cellar and laundry, 813 83. Urlck hotiso, 1 rooms, rear 1118 Chanllnestreet. No. JKW0 Chupline street, two-story orlck. No. 2821 Eotl airoet. first Hoor. A two-story fraino dwolllug of Ave rooms on South Kim street. 3110 McColloch street, four rooms. iso. i;? xauo sireo;. aocuuu iioor. ou. No. 3123 McColloch stroot two-story frame. No. 629 Main stroot, largo modern brlclc dwall* ioir. fourteen room*. No. 1327 McColloch street. brick. 811 00. No. 9? Ohio ntroot three rooms. 5" M. Tho Waddington Placo, house ami JJ3 aaroi No. CIO Mala street, brick dwelling. No. 2402 Main streot. drat floor, tbroo rooin* Two famished rooms for men. on Jacob, between Thirteenth ami Fourteenth streots. Two splendid oillco rooms In Masonic building. No. 2WJChanllno stroot. tlvo rooms, SliOJ. No. 1500 Market street, otllco rooms. No. 121 Thirty-third stroot. live rooms. WO). Rooms for manufacturing purposo. with power furnished, In tho hnsluoM part of city. Oillco rooms in IHbbard Block. 13Lt Market St Store rooms on South stroot, In ileuruo Taaernaelo building. MONEY TO LOAN. RINEHART & TATUIV1. Crrv Hank Builoinq, Telephone 21'J. fflet5| Koom No. (I LEG A L N OTICES. J^OTICE TO LliSNHOLDEUS. ro all persons holding lions by Judgment or othorwlso on tho real estato, or any part thereof of Orecn U. .IciTcrson: In pursuance of adecreo of tho Circuit Court of Ohio county, made in acauso therein ponding to subject the real estato of tho said Green U. leilerion to the Mitisfnctlouof tho lions thereon, von aro hereby required to presont nil claims held by you and cuch of you against tho said liretm It. Jotlorsoti, which aro Ileus on his real L-stato, or any nart of Jt. for adjudication, to mo, nt inv otlleo. No. 1417 Chnnlino street. Wheolinir. NV. Vil. on or buforo tho 12th tiny of October. is ?i. Given under my liund this 11th day of Sop* tcmbor. 18'JL GEO. E. IIOYD, Commissioner. W. J. W. COWPKN. p. q. EOl'MV TO LOAN. Money to Loan ! $6,500, $1,000, $4,1 oo, ? To be Fccurod by I)ood of Trust on Unincumbered City Ileal Estate. Inqulro o( Wheeling Title and Trust Co., NO. 1315 MAKKKT STICK 1ST. mrlfl P ROPOSALS. g BALED PROPOSALS Sealed proposal* for NcranltiR. repairing pinstor, and whitewashing tho Second Ward Morkot UIIUM-, IIHTtUHlim IIUU, Mill liu ruiTivni it llic olllco of the City Clerk up to Sntunlny. icpteiubcr '.V. 1HUI. at 4 o'clock p. m.. n>l<Itv*n?<l lo tbo Chairman of the Couunitten on Mnrkott. C. W. KUKITKR, sc.'.) . ctwnnn.in J. A. liAVNKS, ELOCUTION, DELSARTE. MR. J. A. RAYNES, VOICIC CUI.TimK, PIANO mitl SriUNGKl) INSTKUMI5NTS. For terms mid rot*. ?U'.? 1!W ymiHTBRNTU HTHKKT. AltlC YOU SUPPLIED? If not, you can bo m SCHAEFER & DRIEHORST, 1428 Main Mroot, LVtio carry nil tbo choice hraml* of wbhki^R, !*.: Inn. I". l'epprr Co.'* OI<l Ft. llt-urj, H-erholt, Dougherty, Klnch, Gibson. (iuckonlelmor, etc. AUo full line 'of Chuwpuuneg, iYiucs, 6olUor Wator* and Ginger Ala*. mU rriN-E. B. POTTS. >OTT?' Riillpfin! JW U11V nil i 3TS., Wheeling, W.Va. === 2 t Assignee's sale the entire st ? i ilNG CO., and place the s.mu o t prices that will move the goc\is 3 call eariy. The following extr.ut j ient speaks for itself, an J we prj- = stock at still lower prices. p ir Fire Sals i! 0 Fine Clothing Saved at Rochester, N. Y. ited Rochester, N. Y., in years oc- ? district on St. Paul street. Hun- ; rorth of Clothing were destroyed. a jlothing was saved; and to settle ? has bqen removed to Wheeling o aif price or 50 cents on the dollar. & [j GOODS -A-R/IEj t this aalo at - S 2 !>5 |J ulta at :i S7 $7 00 Suits at S aits at 5 75 J SuiU at U '.HI 0 Suits at 7 113 Suits at ? S,i ? Buita at 10 7r, 1 Suits nt 12 0'.' 9 Suits at 1U 70 ? r less than double our prieo any whoro, B ng the saoio and wo will cheerfully ri'- J and fair as tro can make it, aud no 0 o a :Intr Pants at _ 09 < udid value, at 07 5 KJOOl'antsat SI Is < Kraal loador, at 1 ,'17 g t value, at 1 02 3 'ants at 1 "J,"i " ants at 2 (; _> J ants at 2 !l.i c :< 37 S U5 n U bat is. wo heroby gnarantoo to refund 1 if not fully satiaiactory in every souso ? mount of the price. 'i'tus otfer up- -< O c 10 $ t bargain at. P lorn at ~ to 5/aluo at 4S 0 cial drivo at 87 c 98 "* roas Suits at $1 IS ^ Suits at 1 G'J o ino Dross Suits at 1 1)5 c, nits at 2 1)5 ?f> )f oar WONDKRFUL SUCCE33. and tho pnblla U on to'our bargain*, and buslmm hums at u ru<? many othor bargain* that you will *oe wUcu vhiilaaco of stock Is sold. 3OTTS,-^ lets. Wheeling. W. Va. REAL ESTATE. FOR SHLEI"*^* Tho WIio reaidcncuou tho oornorof Main un-l Efchth strcota. Urne brick, with all utddrru conveniences. ono of thu best comers In tb-i city, at a surprisingly low prico if bought at once. Possession can bo bad at onco. Term easy. Four-story brick building. No?. 1312 and H14 Water street, suitablo for manufacturing. wholeHalo business, botol or ?torago house. Cult f>o bought on 11 ftoon years time, the samo an rent. Price vory low. Dwelling of seven rootp?; lot 40 foot frout. No. 109 Klghtceutli street, at a bargain. Desirable counirv homos with from two to sixty acres of land, uoar Elm Urovo, very cheap. Mouey to Loan. ______ ROLF C&J ZAIUTE!. sc24 No. 42 Fourteenth Stroet Tel. .VS TO LET. Modorn nlue-roomod dwelling, with 29 acr<i?of ground, Hue orchard, all above 1HS4 (loud Hue. at TUtotivlllo. o few miles north of this city, on lines of C. & P. and W. & L li It. It Eight-roomed dwelling. 833 Market street. Sovon-roomed dwelling, 27 South Penustrcett Just papered mid painted throughout. Sevou-roomod mvolllng. wfth stabio, 23South Huron street; will rout to two families. Six-roomed dwelling, HtVtO Chnpllue street. Five-roomed dwelling, 3119 Jacob street. Fivoroomed dwelling,Wood street Four-roomed dwelling, 2tVtO Market street Four-roomed dwellinc, 11(11 llltrh street Threo rooms. 1*.T? South Penn street Many two and threo rooms at half prlw to tenant who can nay tho rent. titoro room and dwelling, 2111 Molu street Storo room, 2018 ChaDllno street SMITH & DICKINSON, sc'-'l 1229 MARKET BTKEKT. FOB H^EHsTT. X MOSTIL Eight rooms, both gases, hot water and bath. No. 1010 Main street $-? No. :>7Seventeenth street, eight rooms, both gases, hot water and bath ? iV No. 1C03 Kotrstreet W '* Four-roomed hou&e rear of 120 Fourteenth street s " No, 2S00 Main street, tint lloor - J; 01 No. 222.1 Market street threo rooms < i" No. ."'.i Twentieth street J1.''' No. 2741 Kotl" street ? '1 No. 131 Twenty-ninth street " No. 1012 Chapiine street. (our rooms s w Store rooms Main and Twonty*l]rat street*. $8 (*). Slrt 00 im<l920 00. No. '2241 Mnln street .... 1? No. 17?) Klgbtoenth streot, thrco room#. Hist floor w Konr-roomed douses. Warreu Place. south _ of gas works ?. '( No. Main street. three room* ' Two rooms southeast corner Market and , Twenty-sixth street ? Two rooms roar of No. 1125 Koir street. j No. 1020 Main street, three rooms " No. 2IM Main street, four room* !' No. nt Sixteenth street. -W No. 178 Seventeenth street - ' '! No. 1G1'2 McColloeh streot 1? Four-roomed dwelling adjoining C. ?fc 1*. depot. Martin's Kerry 7 Saloon. Martin's Kerry l-?w Building corner Twontr-fourth and market strops, lately used as a carriage factory. No. 3W7 fhapllno street, two rooms... * No. 1M171:tin dine street, three rooms s ' No. UW Market street, both ga*o* ?' . No. *2023 Alley I) No. '2021 Chapllno street, storo room aui dwelling. _ No. 13) Seventeenth street, scooud lloor ?11 No. i'HW Jacob street J; ' No. *2.110 Jacob street ' : No. 1527 Chapllno street, oflloe room " No. VdO Main street - t~TT No. 13U Twenty-ninth street 0 HO It SALK. One of the most desirable half lota oa Blstitceuth streot.ao by 120 feet. Heal estato of every description. lAn/icro a UCMDV jniviL.o r-w 1 iL.nu > ? 1io.il KMtntu Airont. Collector. Notary Public aa-1 IVusiou Attorney, Na 1(51- Market stream * ?.' ) _ T3EAL ESTATE. Houkc* for *alo ohenjv Ilulltlhw l?>u for ?nlo ohoop. Farms for into cheap. Property for -ulu on wwjr terms. Money to loau uu teal catutu. 1IAUHYJ. FINK. TolcpUouo CS7. 11-13 Market Street.