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TOO MANfY FINE ~ I QUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Overcoats On hand for this- season of the year. Sooner than carry them over till next season, will give you the choice of our $ 18.00, $16.00 and $15.00 Overcoats for $12.50. They arc all new; desirable Roods, well made and trimmed, and were the cftcapest Overcoats in town at their former prices. At $isij? they are the best values ever offered in this or any other town. (lave been lifting lots of those $2.50 Children's Suits. Still a few left, r Easy worth double. , Fancy Manhflttln Shirts 98c. They, were $1.50 and $2.00. Children's Waists half price. Bargains in fV'dry department. U GlTMAN I CO. MAIfffiND TWELFTH STREETS. toLTBB8-0. MHWPBL dl CO. How to Keep Warm TWELVE HOURS IN THE DEAD OF WINTER j? FOR . . , ^ * CENTS* BUY ONE OF OUR ^HEKTERS^ Of peculiar interest to those who ride in Carriages, Sleighs, Wagons, etc. The Heater is free from smoke or odor of any kind' There is no danger from fire. It takes up no more room than a low footstool or hassock, and is built for business. G. Mendel & Co., . H24 MAIN STREET. WRAP 8ALB?PARISIAN CLOAK COMPANY. PARISIAN CLOAK CO. V " Our Wrap Sale has been a great success, but we still have more than desired. Special reductions offered to-day. i One-Half Price On all TailonMadc Jackets and Capes. A few odd lines at about one-third former price. Reduction in prices of Suits, Wrappers, Waists, et& Parisian Cloak Company, 1130 MAIN STREET. _ &BO. El. JOHNS. TO BE RIGHT UP TO DATE YOU MUST HAVE THE Daily S Intelligencer, RTDLCED x r> < _ Ien cenis Per Week. I; I r x ALL THE NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. jfl Send in Your Orders at Once by Postal Card or Tefcj* j* phone No. 822. j* THE ORATORIO. To'iilglil'a .Musicul Event In uii Ah. sui'cil Siicccm*. CHOICE SEATS SOLD RAPIDLY. Tlt? Ntar Nlii|(?r* will Arrive Tu?il?)% MumrtlilUK About ?lm Olijrvl of Ihn Mo. olrly ?ml lite Cluimolor ot (Ue HiKcr(niitutr ut?Aol a 3iou?v-3laklU( Sttlieiur. I A P??v Uootl Krali ltonnlii. I Last iilxlit closed the evening rehearsals of "The Holy City" by the Oratorio Society. The soloists will arrive from New York at noon and ut 2 o'clock will occur the final rehoarsal, with soloists, I orchestra, piano and organ. A Voeai Hon pipe organ has been secured for this i occasion nnd every arrungenient Is comI plete f/ur a fine performance. The chorus | Is well drilled, and Director Meyers Is enthusiastic over the outlook. I The seats sold rapidly yesterday, and while there are still good seats at $1 In gallery, or $l BO down stairs, there has ^ been sufficient advance sale to ensure the Nnunclal success of this concert! unfl leave xi bulanec for the next, in May. Season seats at $2 ore the favorites now?admitting to each of the two concert^ with no extra charge for reserved I j seats. There are still some who do not seem to understand the plans of the Oratorio i Society. It is In no sense a money making ciuhome. It has no paid officers, and every dollar received gous to provide1 the citizens of Wheeling with thft best oratorio music given in the best manner possible. Oratorio has long been the favorite music of all Ihrge cities. The great cho-1 ruses found in all works of this qlniss! furnish the most delightful means of; studying the best music by the best maMti-rs. The present chorus numbers nearly one hundred and fifty, and Is made up of the leading people of our I city. The solos for which such eminent singers have been eugaged are beautiful, and together with the miscellaneous programme In the first pari of the concert, will be greatly enjoyed. The oratorio, while In a senso a sacred j opera. Is not given in costume, but Is in general plan very like the secular I operas. It is, however, full of much heavier choruses, and is in every sense a greater musical work. For the concert in May Mendelssohn's "tit. Paul" is to be song, and It Unexpected th? chorus will ba largely increased for this great work. New members will be admitted after the present concert. SPLENDID SUCCESS Of Hie Optra lluuu Orcliratra Coucert and Bull mt thr Arlou. The friends of the Opera House orchestra were In force at Arlon linll last night on the occasion of the promenade concert and ball given by that favorite organisation. The appreciation manifested by the audience at the concert as eacn nuniucr *vhi? reuuncu nao nuiflclent testimony that the orchestra had lost none of Its old time popularity. The so!oh by Air. Charles Zulauf, "Let All Obey," und "Parla," by Mrs. Flora Williams, and the duett by Mrs.- Williams and Mr. Zulaur, Calm as the Night." were the vocal features of the programme and were encored. They were never in better voice, and the tribute they received was as gratifying to themselves as to their friends. The orchestra scored a triumph in the descriptive plcce, "Lucinda\; Sep.- | nade." which was greeted with the most enthusiustic applause of the evening, j Following is the programme in full: 1 Msrch?"The Goldbug" V. Herbert Overture?"La Muette dl Portlcl"....Aul>f>r Vocal Solo?"Lot A!1 Obey" Leach Mr. Charles /.ulauf. Burleique?"Merry Musicians' Trick".. Kltng Vocal Solo?"Parla" Vaise Chantee".. ..! Ardltl Mrs. Flora William*. Deicrlptlva Plece~"Lucliida's Serenade" WlunarK Synopsis?11 o'clock n. m.?Setvnader* cather? Golnc to Luclndii'a Home-joined by More Sorenaders?A Ltttle i Banjo Plunking on the Way?The Chic/ 1 Plunk Play* Some Variation!*?Tin-/ i Mfict the Pickaninny Hand?Searing | the Place?12 o'clock?The Serenade? (SlngerH and Banjolnts) Whistle Ouar? | tette?Band and All?The Old Man? I "What am dls down dar?"?Knocking.! at the Door?"Dls am Cinda's Serenade." Vocal Duct?"Calm as the Night"..Goetze Mrs. Flora Williams and Mr. Chas. Zulau?\ "Intermewto" for String Instruments nnd Two Flutes Erlchs li'?Ui-T"Js?lgbt-Urtts/.v.-v..-.? Ziehre* After the concert an elegant supper was served and then came the ball, under the management of the following committee: K. O. Franzheim, J. Jl. McDonald, J. A. Hess, Benjamin Kraus, George E. Stifel, P. O. Reymann, IL T. Haaso. C. Schmidt, George Hook, O. T. Schrell>erf Fred Schwertfcger and E. Buckmnn. The attendance won large and rep. n/xentatlve, and the dancing continued until a late hour. It wan thoroughly enjoyed by the young ladles and gentlemen and the occasion was notable for the great number of elegant costumes and beautiful faces of t h?? former, as well os for the handsome figures If not faces of the latter. The event was one of the most successful of the many affairs of a similar nature given by Wheeling's favorite orchestral organization. "T?chitle'?" Lmt shot* To the Editor or the Intelligencer. SIR:?After nmftfe time for consideration "Phil" has manufactured a seeming reply to the communication o>f last Friday. At the outset "Technic." wishes to avoid an l?n?re nil pentonalities (for such a method would !>> entirely unprofessional). A-* "Technic" roads carefully the answer, it seems that the "id^a" haj not yet entered "Phil's" mind. "Technic" repeats his first assertion that unless by united or Individual effort the attempt Is mode to bring to Wheeling famous artists, how shall those who do not have the opportunity of hearing the grea'teM musiclnos realize what the standard Is? What a degenerate state we miwt be In to not have hopes of a very great toning up by such a demonstration. We have always bellev- I that through the avenue of the newspaper, kindly expressions of opinion e uld be carried on which might leault in benefiting those who are willing to be'convinced. Although ihe feeble attempt which has be on made In this line Is Ind^d encouraging, with the aid of wiser and older heads to carry "TechnlcV id a* "into execution, a kuiua) m utara may soon bp beaming 'ivcr our city. Aw fho opinion:* expressed In the first article have only boon strengthened by this dl?cus.il<Mi, this will be the last mention mode of the subject In these columns by "TECHNIC." Februar 3, 1807. , Ttirrf free l.rcliir.n. Do not forget Mr*. Ouyton's.lectures ul Odil i-Vllowfi' llall tills afternoon and nlirhl. They are for the pttrpotie (if Instructing women concerning the laws that govern their physical being and a!fo pre-natal Influence. The press all over Hie country speaks In hlghe.u entMtnlnum." The Grand Rapid* Dem icr.it. ??f Nov Pin be r 6. ISptJ. nays: "Mrs. Huyroii Is on eloquent nod Versatile speaker, excelled by none of tile itpoakei'K of the country." DO not fall to hear Mnrv Doulfte Clary. America's graatcHt enittrnlto. at Oratorio Society concert, Opera House, February 4. NEW DRY POODS PIBM Will Or?mpy III? Taylor Klurrroomi About (lut I*at uf Tltli .11 until. For swine Utile pust there has boon considerable talk about a new dry Roods llrm that whs being organized In the city to occupy the mums vacated by the retirement of Mr. George It. Taylor, but the company did not materialise until yesterday. It will be u Joint stock company. Mr; George E. Johns, who was associated with Mr. Taylor for a long term <if yearn, will the k?*imiiiI manager, which guarantees the success of the new concern beyond the perutfventure of a doubt, as he In one or the most successful dry goods nun In the city. Tho Office and the financial affairs of# the linn will he In charge of Mr. George A. Truschel, who has been tho hookkeeper for the Wheeling steel plant at Ben woo d. Mr. George H. Taylor will retain on Interest In tho Arm, where he will l?e glad to nee all of hid old patronK. He will also give the firm the benefit of, his wide experience in the dry goods trade, which will be of great value to the new firm. The company expects to take possession of the rooms about the latter part of this month. A POWERFUL BEHKON Preaolird by Ituv. l)r. Montgomery at Ihc K? augrllatlc Kervlcr. The people gathered early at the Third Presbyterian church last night to attend the evangellstie services under the direction of Rev. 8. T. Montgomery. At 7:30 o'clock the house was crowded, und for the first half hour an Inspiring song service was held, under the leadership of the pastor, Kov. It. It. Bigger. Then Itev. 8. T. Montgomery arose and took his text from Luke, 11th chapter and Im verse, "Lord, teach us to pray. it iviim 11 powerful sermon. Thechurch need* to learn to pray. We need more ChrlHiitniH and fewer church members. Why Ik it thai Wheeling 1m In the condition she is to-day? Because we have mo f<?w church members who do pray, who have the form of (J od linens, hut not the power thereof. No church can prosper without praying Christians. Bucli a church Is an inuslt to God. Auk and you shall receive the desires of your hearts. THEY PLEAD OPILTY. Tramps <?ct Terms lu tile Pru for Assault Mint Rubbery. Three of the tramps out of the gang that camped out on the commons went of Beliaire last fall, made sure of ticket# to the Ohio penitentiary, by pleading guilty to the indictment* against them. Charles Fremen and Joseph Smith led the way. They are the ones who attacked Night Clerk John Travis in the Baltimore Ohio yards. Thov were indicted for shouting with Intent to kill. It developed that Frenrnn was a sort of leader of the gang and rather a brutal one at that and he was sentenced to Ave years In the penitentiary. Smith wan a young -roadster and had never been under arrest before. but he had shot at Travis and nald he did. and he was given two and a half years. Fred. William*, another one of the gang who hud robbed O. A. Mann's house here, and on whom was found some of the missing goods, finally admitted his guilt and he was given eighteen months In the pen. DEATHS IK JANUARY. Illjfb Hate uf Mortallef, l&ipcrlally Among llir Aged. According to Health Officer Jepson's January report, the death rate In Wheeling for the month was about up to theavcrage for the month ot January, in which the mortality Is usually greater than at any other time in the year. The number of deaths reported to the department last month was 71, of which number 20 persons were over 60 years of age. and 24 over the age of 65. Of the children dying. 14 were under one year and IS less than five years or age. Dr. Jepson says the high rate of mortality among the aged was due to the extremely cold weather and the grip epidemic, which goes hard with people advanced In years. AN ADDITIONAL MILL Will be Unlit by tb? Riverside and Olber Improvements Made. Th</ Riverside iron company will shortly erect a new mill, thus with the present mills, making five In all. The additional mill la built to Increase the facilities, which have been crowded during the steudy runs this plant has had lately, when other plant* throughout the country were Idle or nearly so. The wareroom will be enlarged, and the present office building wIUl bo moved down near the blacksmith shop. A force of mon were at work yesterday clearing up, preparatory to the improvements, which, It Is said, will be made as soon as the weather permits. Objected t? Going. Quite an excitement was created on the corner of Fourteenth and Market streeta yesterday morning by the efforts of Miss Mary Walters, whose homo Is In North Wheeling, to resist being taken t othe Baltimore & Ohio station by Con.I.1.U T\..^. I?1?1. ?n.1 Xll.u piuin*. Wiiuim n tuuiiio nuu .umr mui j Mayle, an attendant at the Weston hospltul for the Insane. Ml Ha Walters Insisted that Hhe was not Insane and struggled to get away from the officer, who dealt an gently with her as possible. delay was the cause of the party missing the train ami the unfortunate girl was taken to Jail until the afternoon train, when she was started for Weston, In charge of Miss Mayle. "The Mikado" ut .Ml. lie Chan tut. A grand production of Gilbert & Sullivan's "Mikado" will be given at Mount de Chantal Academy to-morrow evening and a large number uf Invitations have been sent out for the affair. The production will be tinder the direction of the Sisters of Visitation. A special train will leave the Baltimore & Ohio depot at 6:50 p. m., and will return after the performance. IF the hair Is falling out and turning gray, the glands of the skin need stimulating and color-food, and the best remedy ?nd stimulant is Hull's Hair Rehewer. Yf you wish to spend a delkhtful evening In the society of the "Drumtoehly Fouk." attend the entertainment given by Miss Katharine Oliver, ut the music rooms of MllliRan. Wilkin & Company, Friday evening, February 5, 181)7. _ CONSTIPATION In its worst forms, dyspepsia, slek headche, billion sues* ami derangement of the liver are readily mired by D&Wltt's Little Karly Risers. These little pills never gripe. Small pill, safe pill, best pill. t\ R. tSoctse, Cor. J IVUIIllI !II' I nucvin, Iiwn n: Co., Bridgeport; Pea body & Son, Bonwood. 7 HONORARY and notlvo members or the Oratorio Society will renervc Meal." at Uaumer's Mu.mIo Store, on Tuesday, at 9 a. in. Associate member* und single tickets Wednesday, at 9 a. in. ? ' ^ A WEED In the garden can be easily destroyed when It first atari*. Consumption can bo nipped In the bud by One Minute Cough Cure. C. It. Cloetze, Cor. Twelfth and Market streets; Bowie & Co.. Bridgeport; IVahody & Son, Benwood. l KATHR1X HILK 12, the famous dr.v matlo j?< piano, nt the Opera Hotifte. February 1. In Haul's Holy City, by the Oratorio Society. OABTOllIA. BE APPEARED IKIOCEWT lint llolilietl tlir People Who Took Him In?A Krfili Arrival's Kxplolt. Tno much conlldence In a compatriot In the reanon assigned by Chrl* Huseman, a Herman resident of Benwood. for Hi? loss lie di?cu\ ered > ??iertUjr niuriiiug. Huieman and his wife keep a boarding h??une on the river bank In upper Henwood. and about a week ago received a new boarder, an Innocent appearing Herman. who had come over from the Fatherland seven weeks ago. Y?\Uerday morning while the household >vnr uwn), in** llvnwiiiui wincu uj/ all the \-viluable article* he could And and left ff?r ports unknown, and when Mm. Husetnan returned at 10 o'clock she round that her little hoarded up cash box oontalnlug MO In cash was gone, and several watches belonging to other boarders, and a few trinkets were also missing The poor people were badly broken up over their loss, and as -they do not speak good English the Benwood police officers hud some difficulty In getting the exact particulars. A description of tsie thief was gained, but his name Is kept secret for Kooa reasons uy 1119 ponce. TO WELCOME THE CARDINAL. Cnrroll Club Arraiigliig to Htctlve Cardinal ttllibotia. A very interesting gathering of prominent Catholic gentlemen of the city was held at the Carroll Club parlors laxt night to discuss the reception and entertainment to Cardinal Gibbons at the time of his visit to Wheeling next month. His eminence will spend several days in the city ,und It In proposed to make his reception and stay memorable. A committee was chosen laxt night to select sub-committees to look after tho detail:) of the preliminary arrangements These committees will be called to meet In a few days at the Carroll Club. The club will tender tho cardinal a reception, and he has promlwod to deliver a lecture in their new hall during his hojourn In the city. CHURCH EXTENSION. The West Virginia Conference lloard Bleats !u Tills CIO. The West Virginia conference board of church extension met at the Fourth street M..E. church yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. There was a good attendance of thep rrsdiing elders, the local pastors and laymen. Mr. Henry K. List presided. The only business transacted was of a routine character. Aid was given to those churches throughout the state needing it for repairs or to assist In replacing the old churches with new ones. Among those present from a distance were the following presiding elders: J. A. Ileus, Buckhannon; J. W. Bedford, Huntington; L. If. Jordan, New Kiver, and Joseph Lee, Parkersburg. Ill* First Cute. Mayor Butts will have his first case in police court this morning. A plain drunk was the only one on the blotter at midnight, and th?* new mayor will have an opportunity to test his executive ability on him for a starter. DON'T dally with rheumatism. Purify your blood and cure It at once by taking a course of Hood's Sarsaparlllo. 6 ooooooooooioooooooooc & DAILY 1NTELL1QENCER C! X REDUCED TO 8 8 10 CENTS PER WEEK. 8 0 OfO Q Send In your orders at once C i O by postal card or Telephone ? O No. 621 j I MR. J. H. McKINLEY. the great oratorio tenor, will sing "Lend Me Your Aid." from Queen of Sheho, at Opera House to-night. THE Omaha Bee says: "It Is doubtful if Miss Oliver has ha' equal la this line of dialect reading." died! DON EL?On Tuesday, February 2. 1897, at 11 o'clock a. m.. PRISCILLA DON EL, wife of David E. Donel. Funeral from the residence of her son. John Donel, No. 53 Eleventh street, on Thursday afternoon dt 2 o'clock. Interment private at Mt. Wood cemetery. KEMPLE?Or. Wednesday. February 8. 1S9T, at 1:20 a. m., MARY. wife of John W. Kemple, In the 38tU year of her age. Funeral services at the residence of her husband. No. 81 Eighteenth street, on Friday morning at 'J o'clock. Requiem maw at St. Joseph's Cathedral at f?:30 o'clock. Friends of the family invited to attend. Interment at Mt. Calvary cemetery. KORNGABLK?On Wednesday, February 1,1897. at 3 o'clock p. m.. ANNA ELIZA, relict of the late Rudolph Korngable, In the 77th year of her age. Funeral services at her late residence, No. 3201 McColloch street, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family invited. Interment at Mt. Zlon cemetery. GUE?At Pittsburgh, Pa., on TuesdsY. February 2. HW, at 10 o'clock p. m.. MARY L., wife of Edward L. Que, and daughter of Stephen and Martha Devlnney, aged 23 years. Funeral will take place Friday at 2 p. m., from the residence of her parents. No. 2741 Jacob street, this city. Interment at Peninsular cemetery. Friends of the family are invited to attend. TURNER-On Wednesday. February 4. 1897. MUS. ELIZABETH TURNER, In the 72d year of her age. Funeral notice hereafter. UNDERTAKING. LOvIS BERTSCHYj (Formerly of Frew & Bcrtschy.) Funeral Director ami Arterial Maimer, 111C MAIN STREET, EA8T SIDE. Calls by iclephono answered day or night. 8lore telephone. 636; residence. 506. FOR SALE. FOR ? SffLE, The National Collection Agency, of Washington, D. C., will dispone of tho following judgments: u 1*1 IM It VI A DellnRton Coul anil Coke Co., feeling* ton $ CP II Gllnlii & Hon, Berkeley Springs i2> 01 J. F. dlli^splo & Co.. Uret* <7 SI V'arrcl, Xonnnti & C?>., lirookvlllo.. ?I(?E j i?. Howertnaster, Bruceton M .s.*> Auk. Sehnlte, Chatiefftown 25 72 cj. m. chrlatlan, DlngeM 5(5 in. G 15. Benedict. liu-'U IJantt li; oo G. II. Hnivey. tilklna 150 03 T J. Baker, IVtlarman H6 no C. Hobth. Krum?'totrn -J7 U \V. Shiner A Hon. Freed ZX2 Rfl l. m. iv \v. h. Evan#, Fayottevtlle.. 74 \V. T. Lilly. Graflon as; ?o N. 13. Carpenter, Gap Mills... Stx; 00 B W. Cowan, t.rcemvooa t2i i?) M. I'nrnonK Hcmlrleka II J. HuRhA*. Hlnton ?r? ::;i J. n. Uainaey, Hoffman is P. A. I .yon**, Lyons. w:x C I'. llarowoou, .MurtliiKluirj; .14 SI Lutx & iN*nnrtl. Noatorvllle 50 U. Kor.net!>. Poeryyllle- 100 to Payne & Heaver, IVeryvllle 187 no 0. Pamonn. Peter..buiK !?7 K. '. Phar*.?. Po6U'j< Itun :is -i .1 M. Woodford. I'hllllpl 2H 75 C. W. Wheeler, Kowlrsburg J57 50 Stone, iiowmiui Co.. Kowleaburg.. 7*: 15 j. p. Cowgrr ?X- ?'o., Buddie T.'i 5J T. A. Donglaa, Runk Sfl ts <7. a. Ogdvn. Sardla 126 47 h. k l'lnnil .v Co.. 8uttifn ik t'j Panl?'it Broa.. Triplet! w 75 M In Mincer. Wheeling lUn j. D. Adkln*. Yorkvllle 01 J SEND BIDS TO THE NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCI washington. ? c. ocH COULD NOTYAT OR SLEEP. : u Perfectly Cured by the Great Remedy, Dr. Greene'sNervurk. Mr*. AuneiS. Morton,3SB Main St., Char*. leMown, Man., , L. -. "I becaroo to weak that 1 wa? unable to walk steadily, liacl no appetite, and air itoioacli vraa unable to retain food. 1 could not ilccp at nil!lit, bad no ambition lor *njrtliintf. aud was a total wreck. Mr heart would beat and 1 would be all of a trenbla. 1 uned Dr.Orceno'i Kcrtunt Mood Md amp, Ktaedjr. i v.- y/r/fp-ft/H'/)' .'1*' 11118. AO NTS S. MORTON'. "I am now like a# new person. I hare an excellent appetite, can eat anything and everything, and 1 feel buoyant and ambitions. I am curtd, perfectly cured." ..... , Dr. Greene's Catbartin Pills taken with the Nervnrn keep the liver and bowel* active. Dr. Greene. 35 Wert 14tb St., New York City, the raoit successful specialist in curio* nervous and chronic diseases, can be con* mil <1 free, personally or by letter. REAL E8TATE. FOBBEFT. No. 16J2 Market street, store room and dwelling ...ISO 00 No. 1622 Main street, atore room. 16 by W feet 17 00 No. 2104 Main street. 4 rooms '10 00 No. 214 Sixteenth street ..1100 No. 13S Fourteenth street 04 00 No. 2318 Market street 20 00 No. 2340 Main street. 4 rooms 10 SO No. 2310 Main street, 3 rooms 9 00 No. iir.'H Main street w No. L'^OS Main stwet v.... 9 00 No. 71 Seventeenth street 20 00 No. 1005 McCoIloch street 16 00 Residence Edglnpton' Lane. Store room. Market street. No. 337 Main street, saloon, with fixtures .......... 26 00 Saloon In Martin's Ferry .....16 00 4-Roomed house, cor. Market and Sixth street 7 00 4-Rooin<id house, Cresoent Place........ 7 00 No. 1401 Warren street 9 00 3 houses near Manchester Coal Works, east of Mt. de Chantal....S5each 3 rooms Selbert property, on Wheel-, Ins creek 6 00 2 rooms Bedlllqn property, Wheeling creek 6 00 No. 2342 Market street, blacksmith 8table rear of No." 1610 Ma'rfcai street!* Stablo reur oi German Bank. FOR SALE. Saloon and dwelling, Martin's Ferry, O., >3.000 00. I.ot No. 70 Cherry street, with lumber nov.- on lot, for SB5 Real estate of every description. Residences on Fourteenth street. Fifteenth street, Sixteenth street. Seventeenth street, and other streets too nu merous to mention. james"a7henry. Real Estate Agent. Collector, Notary Public and Pension Attorney, No. 1611 Mar| ket street. - Jaw . Houses and Rooms for Rent The building now occupied by .Vance Shoe Co.. No. i20S Main street. No. 1011 Main at., storeroom. No. 127 Fourteenth st? 7 rooms and bath. No. 43 15th St., &-room dwelling. No. 121 14th ?L, 7-room dwelling. No.1034 Main St., store room ana dwelling. . No. 12! S. Elm ft.. Island, 6-room dwelling No. 2163 Main St., 2 rooms, 3d floor. No. 66 Zane St., 7 rooms. No. 2S01' Chapline St.. C rooms. No. 1?3 Ohio St., 2 rooms. No. 37 37th St.. 6 rooms. No. 1214, front office, second floor. No. 1327 McColloch St.. flint floor. No. 133 S. Penn at., $ rooms and Mtfcu No. 96 Ohio St., 3 rooms, *7.60. Two nice rooms centrally located. ' Office or sleeping rooms, Luts Building, furnished or unfurnished. Storeroom corner 23d and Market sta. Nos. 2242 and 2246 Market at, store* and dwelling. . , Storeroom corner 18th and Woods *t?. No*. 1346 and 1347 McColloch *t. Houses and Lots for 8ale. Money ta Loan on* City Real Estate. , RIMFHART & TATUM. I CITY BANK BUILDING, TaUplione 210. Room Ko? <? [ TO LET. Business houses in wholesale or retail locations. ? . *'. Offices In new modern Exchange .Bank building. A new office, clean and tidy at same cost of a dingy one. .. . Dwellings, large and small, In all part* of the city. Also dwelling rooms. b -.i . FOR 8 ALE. First-class C per cent gold bonds. Dividend paving stocks In one of tha most substantial banks and manufacturing companies. Or. O. SMITH, REAL ESTATE INSURANCE. Kxchnuge Wa'k BwlldUtg* FOB BE3STT. 1121 Eoff street. 4 rooms M..I10 1121 Koft street, 5 rooms 15 2202 Main street, 6 rooms . IS. IS Ohio street, 7 room* and bath 20 55 Ohio street, 5 rooms IP 11 North Broadway, 5 rooms It r>3 South York street, 7 rooms II 65 South York street. 7 rooms It Also storo rooms and oitlco rooms. FINK & BRAUNLICH, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ' 'Phone CS7. 1143 Market Street. Office Open Evenings. PLUMBING, ETC. TRIMBLE & LUTZ COMPANY, SUPPLY HOUSE. r.'uuilliir mil G*s Fitting, Strain mil Hot M'nter HonU;ij. A >W.i *.ine oftlio Celebrated SNOW STEAM PUMPS ?Koi?i(\iii?w?tlr on IUuu. ROBT. W. KYLE, Practical Plumber.Gas and SteimPlttsr, 1155 MARKET STREET. iMnin?ancl Ktoctrlc ChntutaltoM. Plllerr.ini Tuvlor ?iii- llunier* a sptoUUy. mrl ll.MA.il llAltK iSi SOS. Practical Plumbers, ( AS AMI ST CAN FUTtiKS. No. 33 Twelfth Strfot. All Work !>nnn I'rnmuilf m ttai?nn*bl? Prla>i UK INTEFJJ O BN CER PIUKTINQ EHtahllihinint-Noal, accurate, prompt. | ' - '