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Rejected communications will not be returned unless accompanied by sufficient postayr (The INTELLIGENCER, embracln* Its several editions, is entered In the Post office at Wheeling, W. Va., as second-class matter.) TELETHON C M'MKKKJ Iditorral Rooms 823 I Countinq Room. 822 THE INTELLIGENCER. Wllt- KLIMO, ?lt I'Olitttt 1, 1807. A DrUUh C'rlllc. It is a relief to note that there Is at least one English Journal that can discuss the attitude of Americans toward Cuba without boiling over with wrath at what the Brltinh pre?s pleases to call "Yankee Jingoism." The National Review of London, is kind enough to admit that "Cuba under Spanish auaplcee has become a hell upon earth, and it would be a grave reproach on the American people If they did not desire to suppress euch a hideous scandal at their very doors." The Review further says that the British people would. If in the place of the American people, share their sentiment* ami detrires. But the Review does not keep up this spirit of fairness throughout its article. It refers to the the President of the i United States as a "despot," because he nets in his own time and not in response to public clamor. It does not apply the term "despot" to President McKlnley alone; but the point is made that American Presidents as a rule are "despots." Had the British people, the London paper eays, hern In the place of the American people they would have compelled the government to act long ago "or the government would have perished." It might strike a more fair minded British writer that the President of a republic who acts with deliberation and discretion, with a purpose of bringing about a desired end wiahout a needless and bloody war with a foreign power, which would Involve Innumerable other foreign complications, Is a much safer man than the one who would be governed alone by public clamor. A very large majority of the American people undoubtedly place confidence in the wisdom of the policy which is being pursued. It Is not a cowardly policy and it will win. Whatever criticisms there are of it In this country are largely those of partisan enemies of the administration, and are Indulged in for political purposes. It Is this fe?ature of the situation which the British commentator does not understand. The Re vie w,# however, does not correct iy size up the ability of the English people to force their government to take vigorous and precipitate action in such a case as that presented In the Cuban matter. For instance, the people of Great Britain have, for the post two or three years, been meeting In public assemblages and denouncing the cowardly policy of their government with reference to the eaatern situation. They have been horrified and outraged at the awful tragedies which have occurred Jn Armenia. The inhuman massacre of two hundred thousand Christian Armenians went on without any interference from the European powers, and the greatest British statesman of the day, Mr. Gladatone. has said repeatedly that tills was permitted to tho eternal disgrace of the British government; that she was the more largely responsible that the bloodthirsty Turk had not been Interrupted In his work of exterminating an Innocent people. The British people have made repeated public manifestations of their disapproval, but what has the British government done? It will be time enoujrh for English papers to criticise American policies in i the matter of Interferences tn behalf ot ' humanity when their own government can show a clear record on such matters. In this country the people have confidence in their government's ability to handle these questions; with the exception of a few demagogic politicians they have faith that a cool head and safe hands are at the helm. In Great Britain the people are heard but not heeded. TH? Flaaco. If anything was needed to completely distrust th* honest worklngmen of the United States with Debs' fiasco, which he called a "national labor convention," but which was intended to boost his Hociallstlc Democracy scheme, the little Assembly of airltators at Chicago furnished it before adjournment, 1n the character of the speeches that were* made. Thli Ipbor congress which Debs had called, and whlrh the great labor organization" of the country did not recognise by sending delegate, was lumMod abmad an the beginning of a great movement for the betterment of labor. Less than a score of "d >|>'Kfttr>*" turned up. One of the most prominent wa? Emma Goldman, the notorious N-w York anarrhlst. Nobody knew whit! labor organisation sh?- represented, h >wever. Debs couldn't conceal his disappointment that his Invitation bad been Ignored, mid in bis opening speech denounced other lalsir leaders, especially th* head of ttyo American Federation < / Labor. The whole purpose of the movement, whlrh honest American workmen repudiated, was laid bare Just before adjournment when a resolution was Introd lined advising worklnnmen to arm Uimuv lvi-a. Truu, U was laid on tb k table, but not until several blj"?fchlr?ty : axpc speeches had been made In which assaa* ' ner sination and incendiarism were freely j oritl advocated by some anarchistic gentle- It aj men present. Another suggestive reso- in th lution, which was carried, declared (or not 1 the free, unlimited and Independent coin- chin age of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1. on tl Fortunately for the country, the Industrial situation and the general revival of business have rendered fruitless the ef- J forts of this little band of professional hi paid agitators of disorder to propagate m' either their anarchist principles or their te,\j cheap money theories. The parent free e silver organization, headed by Mr. Kry- 1 e 1 an, is finding out Just now the truth of and this assertion with reference to the silver 1,0311 proposition. The wage workers of the ftnJ country are finding everywhere increased employment, More of them are at work to-day than at any period with- prt>1> In the past four years, and along with the l'on rise in commodities there Is a drift to- T>1 ward increased wages. Very much of Improvement has been IK,*nl accomplished within a short time on colItl natural and peaceful lines, under the lor 0 Intra nf rade. and It haa tnkt-n Dlnr.- **CtlCl while Debs' and his crowd of profession- ^ llil al agitators have been meeting and agi- ^eini tating new theories and Indulging In In- ue 1 cendiary rantings against men who work m 1 with their hands and not with their 1 ac mouths. The laboring people of the United States are too busy earning wages to-day to pay any attention to 0 them, and hence the dwindling away of 6enl the ranks of non-workers who call them- 0 selves leaders, and the failure of their revolutionary schemes. The "Paraiifounc Ittae." Th* Republican convention in Greater Lai New York nominated a Gold Democrat, were Ashbel P. Fitch, for controller, the? anJ nominating speech being made by Hon. jt Chauncey Depew. The nomination was that by acclamation. In his eloquent speech shoul Mr. Depew used these words: publi "During our civil war the assistance Cong which Mr. Lincoln most gratefully welcorned was that noble body of patriots j,ean who put their country above party and actio were known as War Democrats. pre8i (Cheers). So in the last presidential can- 4 .?,i" vass, McKtnley and Hobart and the Republican party welcomed with opened T. arms those Democrats who were willing .J to sacrifice the associations of aMlfetime ! for the credit and honor and prosperity ,, f of their country. (Cheers.) The country ?"vei and the Republican party owe these ln 81 patriots an immense debt of gratitude. (Che<-rw.) None of ih m has sought otllce p. or asked any reward from our victorious , a/1mlnljt,ii?tAn /? aiIh nji*tir rtAn nfv ... O II V j ?. v...,. ... but It ia a high duty anil a great privilege Bl"' on our pare to conspicuously recognize crats what these men did and what they help- camP ed us to accomplish. i00"1* The convention agreed with Mr. De- os , pew, and the action, coming as It did Mr*, from the representatives of the Itepubll- of hi, can party in the grqflt^st city of the nowcountry, was especially significant of the appreciation in which the patriotic Dem- that ocrats who aro-e above party last year with to stand by the country's integrity are *Irheld. comf? Hut, aside from the matter of senti- 7),, ment, the nomination of Mr. Pitch, who whlcl has a magnificent record in the ofllce to fell's which he Is renominated, will go far in Jjj? a . the direction of forcing the national issue o.My into the campaign, a matter which the Towr Tammany bosses are trying to avcrtd, on *he * the advice of the national silver leaders. ^eep (excepting Mr. Bryan, who wanted them N'' , to keep himself and hifl silver hobby well Th? 1 to the front). Mr. Fitch Is especially ob- p.?igr , noxious to the silver Democrats because , of his policy of paying the city's bonds in ffpee'c gold and maintaining the city's credit to br has been detrimental to the silver cause. Lean Mr. Depew thus explains the situation: . "We are told that there must be no g suggestion In this campaign of the Issues upon which the national honor and the T, national credit were saved Ia*t N'ovem- ' ber. Rut Banquo's groet will not down. , ,. and silver will persist 1n wearing a P 'crown of thorns,' because the Industries , of the country and the farmer, the man- u,|j?r ufacturer and the business man have P?" been saved by the 'cw^ of gold.' The ?IalJ* Silver Democracy declare that In the tho r Greater New York charter it Is provided Kooa that all the bonds to be Issued by the city ,n^ n shall be payable In pold coin or In the reglo legal currency of the United States at the option of the commissioners of the sink- Th? lng fund. They declare that a control- val o ler, who believes In gold will have gold condl bonds Issued, and as the city of New unlv< York Is constantly Issuing bonds, and is barot the representative financial centre of the plant country, such a controller will be a per- tuall; petual menace to the glorious doctrine of of gi '16 to 1.' ^Laughter.) Well, we take up the f that challenge as we have taken It up be- cltlm fore. (Cheers.) "We point to the credit 0f ep of New York, m high, so pure; we call attention to Its securities selling to better advantage at times than those of the government of the United States, and we Nol nay It was a controller who believed In band honest money, borrowed money from thsavings of the poor In the savings banks .. v_: and llfelnsurar.ee companies, and promising to repay that money, principal and r5c" Interest, In pold. who kept thus high our <? city's credit, and that controller 'was Thi Controller Fitch. (Cheers.) repor The policy of the Republicans Is not to Ha let Tammany get away from the national holdc question, no more than from the local Pet ones Involving that organization's past tl'w 1 record. In spite of the effort of the na- !V< tlonal committee of the Silver Demo- pltil cracy to get control of the patronage of * the great city In the Interest of Bryan- 1 Ism, through Tammany, they will be t(<ril ( compelled to show their hftfldflL No effort gg. to mako it appear that this programme gets I is not back of th-? cnvardly advice to icj- [k?j nore the sliver Issue will be successful. the <1 morr An;Ricn.ni.i, Organ." Fnl Th? Charleston Gazette (Democratic head organ), referring to the Intelligencer's reitoi comments on the McDonald ease nt Charleston, remarks that "tho statements on whieh the titkle wis founded are so chragod with palpable Ignorance t. j, I and falsehood that It would be absurdly To t! ridiculous to reply to it." I'1 r| The statements referred to the int. in- !f! ^M! no oi geneer found In the Gazette's own re- work i ports of the trial and from well Informed pure gentlemen who are familiar with the his- ?erv? i lory of the trial and the animus which prompted It. We have no fault to fin I ?n,j , with the Oasette, however, for standing I out for the methods of the prosecution In i the case. Its eloquence ll needed for the Th? defense of the objeois and alms of a Vi Demncrnlie ling which desires to regain Ksp-i control of Ksnawha < -unty, and which ' "j"' When it was In power before, mulct' I the county to the tune of some too.ooo. Ii;?lll it js not sttiuiR" that 'ii" Demooratlo Jju*? Imh?< -s In Kanawha should now l?? m >v- " ' Ing the earth in an end tvor to pro* vut .p,) tor nn Irregular tr,WH.ietton Involving sue*, the small sum of $40 the man wh ? Imtn p?me.i this Ids st -ill, and, In tinier to d . jJ1^' so, should s|k*nd ii vint amount of tlrn nnd ' trying l ? prove matters coin ruing his I'ort: i domestlo relations of a generation ago. H The Democratic organ at Charleston i i j cted, of course, to defend this manof procedure, and und erthe hypoLai plea of virtue to attempt to make >pear that the prosecution is purely ,e interests of the public welfare, and n the Interests of a Democratic ma* & which wants again to get ita grip le county. illector .Vol the Itriuoviuc Power. Hector ot lntelnal Revenue A. B. te Shows, by a statement made by published in yesterday's Intelligenthat the parties who applied to ;e Jackson for a restraining order in natter of the assignment of gaugers storekeepers, were mistaken In suplg that had the power of removal appointment of his subordinates in ' i positions. This being the case, it ird to see wherein Mr. White was erly made a defendant In the petlfor the Injunction. f ere has been a great deal of misun- a anding regarding the method of ap- t ^nents, they being made, not by the ^ ctor, as supposed, but by his super- t fficers at Washington. The Intelli- d er, in Its comments, referred to Mr. te as making the appointments or itatements, this inadvertance being to the title of the case which makes the defendant. It appears, however, f the Intelligencer was correct in . ne that the collector has, In ail hts >nal acts since assuming the duties la office, strictly observed the civil ce rules. All assignments to duty s tugers and store-keepers ore passed ^ i by th? treasury department at hlngton. g POLITICAL POINT*. J st month's exports of breadstnfTs greater than those of August. 1896, ^ August, 1895, combined. & is more than a mere coincidence L prosperity and business activity Id have begun the moment a Re- " can President and a protective t< ress were elected. 6\ lllam Jennings Bryan has rot been i to make any protest against the n of Chairman O'Myers In ordering dentlal Candidate Towne out of the 1 Democratic camp. >se silver statesmen who recently viewed the Japanese financiers as h e cause of the demonetization of s< In that country do not 6eem to be d< iy haste about making their re- D ilrmnn Jones continues to disclaim lostillty to silver, but all the same ^ advises that the New York DemoIgnore the silver question In their ialgn. Has Mr. Jones lost the ige of his convictions or has he ds convictions? " e; Bryan. It is said. Is devoting most s oratorical attention to Iowa just w The Nebraska banks are com- oi ing that they have more money they can loan, and the farmers of gi state are paying off their debts " unexampled rapidity, thus making V Bryan's home state a rather un- ti ortable place for him"Just now. lr ? latest case of coercion, about ti a Rood ileal was heard in the last campaign, comes from Ohio in nnouncement that the manager of Democratic campaign.. Allan n( ers. has ordered ex-Congressman io and other silver orators out of hi tate, with Instructions that they out or else keep silent on the sli- w uestlon until the campaign is over. dt ? managers of the Democratic cami in Ohio are evidently thoroughly isted with the free silver proposi- 111 There is Mr. Bryan making two bes a day In Iowa and Just aching bi eak into Ohio, but the shrewd Mcand McConville aro tfternly shoo- at lim away, while Allan O'Myers ii w Ing silver Republican Towne off tump and out of the state. u, ? effect of the Increased employwhich has been visible since the ctive tariff law went into operation Ing felt in business circles every- bi e. "Wholesalers and retailers re- ** a greatly improved business, espe- L' In the large cities and throughout nanufacturlng districts, while the prices received by farmers Is hav- O, \ similar effect In the agricultural ns. substantial character of the rev!- 1 f prosperity 1s found In the present Itlon of the Iron and steel industry, really recognixed ns a faithful j neter of trade. Rolling mills, steel s and furnaces generally are acy rushe<l with orders, and what Is reat significance Is the fact that M *normous demand Is perfectly leiato.nnd without the slightest tinge cculatlon. ?. F DEVIOUS DEFINITIONS. body?A prominent woman's hus- ^ tlstlclan?A man who. can prove figures always lie. *slp?A deadly g.is that Is often fa friendship. under?'The only reliable weather o t yet discovered. mmock?An article used ns a spoon r at a love feast. ambulator?A good thing that but 0 men care to push along. lestrlarv?A person who Is nlivays Tl ng In the way of a bicycle. trlmony? A sort of trust for the ction of Infant Industries. MUie?Eve'a legacy to her daughis an excuse for the Inexcusable, [terlence ? Something everybody after it Is too lat- to make use of It. lnltlon?Something looked up In llctlonary to-day and forgotten toow, ^ Ith?The thing that makes a balded mnu Invent In a bottle of hair reiXHilcafo Newe. That Terrible *cour?*. larial disease Is Invariably slipMted by dUtlirblRCef of the-liver, <-> dwell* the itomach and the nervee. he removal of both the cause and [fedm ifnst'-tter's Htomn< h Hitters .. 1 | |< i'i it 4. It "fllll the bill" afl ther remedy doee( performing it* thoroughly. Its Ingredients are and wholesome. and it admirably s to build up a system broken by nith and shorn or strength* Con* tlon, 11\ r md ki Iney complaint j? ivrvoiMttese arc conquered by It. (?| Iniiiftrr Olllrlllllnl. at > Ohio ftlver llallroad will sell ex. n on tli k? t < to Nnshvllle fur the at (Vnlennlal and Industrial lu 'tlon at rate of |L\*0 for the Ci I trip from Wh-'llng, tickets Jlml* 0 i l.-ven il ivs. Information a* to m of trains will b<- furnlshe I by John A Ri oily riel i mi, Twelfth and I "tre. < ^ Hid J. (5 ToltllltlHoll, t Ag'-nl, I'nlon Htntloh. heal the I rok*n and dliesstd ti?- m tn finoiho (he Irritated surfama, (? tn litly relieve and to permanently Is th'? mission "f 1?, wilt's \n tteh 1 Hah ' 'bar I? it < :<>. i/.., Mniket rwelfth etrettsi Chatham Sinclair, I sixth and Jetob eireotsi A, k. * ole, No, '"7 Main iireeti kilty . I ni ind SSan truetsi liowle I Mi Ifrldteport v puxoai BTC. rhe Music of Other Climes exerts a strong fascination or most of us. The mandolin, child of pain; the clarionet, of Germany; the vioIn, Italy's pride, and the banjo, the eonrihution of the south ra:?y all he obtained rom u?. America's perfected imt-ument, he piano, is represented here by the Sluliz liauer. None better?few as good. Beautiful 73c Valtz - 25c. Uilligan, Wilkin & Co. HUMOR AS IT FLIES. "Nothing is sacred to these profealona! Jokers." "Oh, yw. The old ikes."?Philadelphia North American. First Boy?"I say.^Tommy, do you fork for Robinson?" Second Boy?"I uess he thinks I do. 'T any rate, he ays me every week."?Boston TransrtpL "I have seen the time when a dime ras ne large as a dollar." "Well, you'll ee that time again if these free-silver usses aren't turned tlown.'V-Harkm life. Managed to Convey His Meaning.? Hans, why did you take off your hat > that man?" "Dot man vas mein hveotheert mlt de golden hair's fader." Chicago Trioune. Terrible Threat.?"John, if you don't uit referring to me as 'the old woman* 11 m^ke you sorry for it." "What will ou do, dear?" "I'll be a new woman." Indianapolis Journal. "Hopsmlth ought to take his wife with Im to fhe Klondike." "Any special rea)n?" "Yes; I've noticed she always r>es their snow shoveling at home."? Detroit Free Press. Keeping the Faith.?"Has my boy een a Lirtle Defender and been kind > dumb animals to-day?" "Yea, grand 1a. I let your canary out of the cage, nd when my cat caught it, I set Tow:r on her."?Harlem Life. "Ah." said Mrs. Buzby to her husand. who has come home with a black ye :ind no hat. "that's what you get >r riding a bicycle." "No. my dear, it's hat I get for not being able to ride ne," said Huzby.?Tit-Bits. "It's a shame the way those girls play slf." said the philosophical mosquito, rake Miss Molile Jones, for Instance, fhy, when I tried to bite her arm last Ight, ft was so hard it turned my bill i."?Haroer's Bazar. POINTED PARAOBAPHS. Some of the political big guns are Dthlng but air guns. The most trouble a woman has with L-r husband is In getting him. A man's credit Is getting very low hen he can't even borrow trouble. If a man falls to got what he really ?serves he ought to be thankful. Nothing will so completely blind a lan as throwing gold dust In his eyes. The trouble with the man who knows nt little Is that he always tells more. Usually the epitaph on a man's tombone would read differently If his Idow were to express her true feelings. When a girl does not look with favor [>on a young man's suit, he should ansfer his patronage to another tall if some women were to cast me?r read upon the water it would be pret* severe on the fish that gobbled it up. hicogo Record. Tlif Patting of Bryan. , Bryan, you swore that you'd stay with the masses? We nevor can weep that you gave us the shake. see you've confessed to accepting those f asses, next you'll admit that your campaign was a fake. Ike a pagan I ducked to the Platte river Idol Who told us cheap silver was making cheap wheat; y tongue In his cause wouldn't brook any bridle, But facta have unmasked tho political cheat. or the farmer Is dancing and wheat Jumping skyward. And never th*y talk of poor silver, alas! "hlle "Bryan" Is now for deception a by-word? The Bryan who travels on Huntington's pass. was you that would down corporations. Bill Bryan; 'Twits you that would fight thi?m by night and by day; no matter, of course, you'll be mighty shy InWhy Huntington helped you to keep In tho fray. , Bryan. I yelled for a 10c dollar Till every ono said I had lungs made of brass? ie while you were wearing a Huntington collar. And traveling 'round on a Huntington pass, Ike a fool I packed torches In Bryan professions And yelled without knowing the half that you said: any ono swore you'd belle your professions, I think I'd have dealt him a whack on the head. nd now. slneo the sun of prosperity's beaming, And mills making money ns fnst as the mint? nco over the nation good luck has come teeming, And plenty has driven off hunger and stint? , Bryan, your howling Is vain as free trade Is For wheat at top-notch beats calamity grts' Mir political Rhost In tho permanent shade Is? It wound up Its course on a little free pass. ?San Francisco Call. Frank J Cheney makes onth that he the senior P?rti)< r of the firm p j lienoy CV, doing business in the city Toll '1 1 OUtlty and state AforMlld id that said firm will pa\ the nutn of SB IIFNPHED DOLLAItH for each id every ense of cntarrh that ennnot cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh utc FRANK J. CIIKNKY. flworn I" before me and ?ul?*cMbed In y pre".'tice, this Oth day of December l?. 1M6. (Heal.) A. W. at,WARDS, Notary Public, Hall's CntArrh Cure Is taken Internalaud acts directly on the blood and ucoui nurfaci< ?>f the lygtani. Bind r t< itHr>onl?Js. free. 1* .1 CIIKNKY \ CO., Toledo, O, Hold by Druggists, 7Bc, OANTOniA, JELLY GLASSES. Speial Sale JELLY GLASSE5 1-3 Piat for 18c Doz. 1-2 Pint (or 20c Doz. Also have a fan Moulded Jelly Gla John ?7ricdel & Cc 1119 HAW STREET. AMOseiravT3. *OPER7T HOUSE, aATu^aJAY. Oct. 1 anil 2. Saturday Matinee. Popular Prices ItetUttJ tngazanient of tfco Nlnetee Century Daviil Garriek, TITO MURPHY, in last season's Greatest Wheeling i>oi; Bill Triumph in three acts, humorot, pathetic comedy, OLD INNOCENCE. And the Dramatic Sensation, SIR HENRY HYPNOTIZED Night Prices?50c, 75c and fl.CO. Mat I Prlcii and 60c. Seats on sale at C. House's muslo store Thursday, Sept. a 8*28 ^OPBRR HOUSE Tuesday and tte<fee?day, October 5 and 6, Wednesday Matinee. | The Eminent Actor, CRESTON CLARKE. AN'D MISS ADELAIDE PRINCE, Supported by a company of 30 of etc tlonal strength. Tuesday evening a Wednesday matinee In the new four-i romantic play, THE LAST OF HIS IlAf An entire carload of special scenery. W nesday evening THE LADY OF LYON* Evening price??11.00, 75c. 6fie. 25a Sp*c matinae prices?50 and 25c. 8??ats on rale C. A. House's music store Monday Oct _se30 Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE. Thursday. Friday and Sat unlay and S urday Matinee, S*pt. ?.'> and Oct. 1 & : The New Sensational Melodrama, ALWAYS ON TIME. Realistic Effects! Powerful Cast! Night prices, 13, 2S, 35 and 50 cents. Matinee prices, 15. 25 and 35 cents. s QRAND OPERA HOUSE. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, a Wednesday Matinee. Oct. 4. 5 and 6. The Famously Funny Fare*, THE PRODIGAL FATHER. A merry conceit with merry comedians make it so. Night prices, 15, 25, 35 and 50 conts. _Matlnt*> prices, 15, 25 and 35 cents. si f NINTH ANNUAL \ Pittsburg Exposition. 4 Opens Sept. I, Closes Oct. 16. f MUSIC BY J3 FAMOUS BANDS 3 j SOISA and his Band, BROOKE and nis famous Chicago Marine Band, and the great f B?U5UDIBULKBI RG BVND, of f Cincinnati. Ohio. | Pawnee Bill's Wild West AND I Mexican Hippodrome, 4 Consisting of Co*boys, Indians, ^ Mexican Vaqueros, etc., etc.. and f 50 head of Lite Stock. 4 2 Grand and Thrilling 4 Performance Daily. I X Life-like pictures in motion presented by the improved CINEMATOGRAPHS 7 Shoeing the latest up-to-date subjects. More wonderful and realistic than ever before. A Tbe latest inventions ia Iqrirulture, I llectricitv, Oairv Machinery, Gas (nqines, etc., etc lowest Rates Iver Known on All Railroads. YOU^ AND YOUR ^FRIEND! Who nre Interested In Rood housekoepl should examine the Cinderella Hansen \ fore you buy; thoy contain all the lat? Improvements, arw Rood baker*, ami p. fret maulers, nnd nre sold with that u derwtandlnjf. Made In all atyle* and i?fa to meet every requirement. Quick to ac Easy to hake. Their Cleanliness Lessens I^ihor. Their Economy Haves Money. Nesbitt & Bro, 1919 MAHKKT RTIIKKT. CITY AUKXTfl. MERCHANT TAILOH. I[88888888888SSS8S8o8SSoi' | TO ORDER. I | Salts to order, $15.00 up. ? ! Overcoats to order, $15.00 up. ? | rants to order, $4.00 op. I V CALL1GAN, | 1424 Mnrkot Street. ? 888888888888888S88TO METROPOLITAN HOTEL T. A. HBNAQHAN, Prop. Northwest Corner Mnln and Twentlr RtreoK Wheeling, W. Va. ??( All: t Nil IIAII Ai I \i lll.it. ... myt 1*011 UK NT. I -It HAf.K. LRAMl'.h 1: ANl? Al.l. IviM-s I i.?i A I. II/.AM ?(i ;A I )V I'111N TI l?, AT Til IB lNTKLLMKN. I JOJI rHINTINO ? I 1*10 II and 21 KourtrvntU BlissL NEW ADVERTISEMENT*. OPT-K'THER IN THE hort distance out the National ra?? a p?K'uu?>r ui <. ouiUuTClAl bill* uu4e ul? for th? McLure boun?. The finder please leave same at the McLure hoiy* I ocl j^HICtUUL, PMlLUHlPtiU CRIaM g FROMAGE OE BRIE <5 K.'ceired To tiny SH^^ehrensco 2 IMPORTEDl^^ Imported Sugar Wafers, all fUvori, \\ nilia, Strawberry, Raspberry, ChoooUt^ . etc. Theso good* are m*d?? In Ckrnunj ' 1 ALBERT STOLZE & CO., Tel 75. U17 Market St. = ATTEMHOli, SIR UNGUIS! " Ihe RtCULMIOH SQlHRt BLChLE For Knights Templar Btlts have arrived. nth ouppiy yourselves promptly, Prices Silver, SI.25. Gold, SI 50. [sly Call on or address R. H. LIST, Druggist, 1010 Main & LA1E PUBLICATIONS A. THAT ARB SKLLINU WKLU 0 Quo Vadls. 12mo. clo. ? floldlers of Fortune, 12mo. clo. The Martians, IJmo. clo. The Chevalier D'Aurlac, llmo. clo. In the Tide-Way The Old Gentleman of the Black Stock, 12mo. clo. The Chofr Invisible, f?mo. clo. Pink Murash, 12mo. clo All or any of the aho\.- or other recat books In stock and sold at er>. USUAL DISCOWSI BOM PIBUSIItRS' PRKL | STANTO^S^X. ' nnRL'STEE'S SALE. lal 1 By virtue of a deed of truBt made by 1 * Isaac Bogard, jr., and Jessie Bogard his wife, to mo as trustee, dated January ( 181*5, recorded In the office of the rlerk of the county court of Ohio county. W?? at- Virginia, In deed of trust hook No. 41 pag* I 610, I will ?ell at the north front door of the court house of Ohio county on SATURDAY, THE ?/TH DAY OF OCTO. HEK, 1?7, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. the follow. ? Jng described property, that Is to Bay \ ? niece of ground situated in th* town of Fulton, Ohio county. West Virginia, being the northerly forty feet square of the propnd erty conveyed l?y Walter Marshall ani wife to Sarah V. Bogard by deed date! August 27. 1S74. recorded In deed book No. f>2 page 2fl>. the fame being describe is follows: Beginning at the northea?t?rly direction: thence forty feet lu a southwest direction: thence forty feet In a southeast P,,<J direction: thence forty feet to the plac.^ of O 'winning:, with all the buildlntrs thereon X and the privileges and appurtenar.es Y thereunto belonging. TERMS OF SALE?One-third and a! much more of the purchase money as the T purchaser elects to pay. In cash on the day of pale, the balance In two equal InstillA ments at one and two years, note? hearing T Interest from the day of sale to b* given for the deferred payments. \V. J W. COWDEN, Trustee J W. n. HALLER. Auctioneer. J rjlRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of a deed of trust made by 6 John R. Loomls and Mary Loomls his X wife, to me as trustee, dated May IS. 1M, y recorded In the ofllc?> of the clerk of the county court of Ohio county, West Vlr Klnla, In deed of trust book No. (5 page 40, r I will sell at th* north front door of the y court house of Ohio county, on SATURDAY, THE 30TH DAY OF OCTO BER, 1S9T, a commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.. the followy Ing described property, that Is to say: A f certain piece or parrel of land situate on Wheeling Island In the city of Wheeling. Y Ohio county, West Virginia, and mor* par# tlcularly d??vcrlbed as follows, viz: BeglnA nlnjr on the westerly side of North Huron Y street at the northerly side of the lands of John P. Gilchrist: thence wtth the westA erly side of North Huron street northI wardly thirty feet: thence at right angles to said North Huron street and westward, t ly one hundred and twelve feet: thence poutnwaraiy ann paran^i wun *aia utr, T thirty feet to the northerly line of ?il<l ^ John r. Gilchrist's land, and with the s*m? A e.rstwardly one hundrM and twelve feet 7 to the place of besjlnnini: TF.RM3 OF SAI.K-One-thlrd and u A much more of the purchase money as th? I purchaser elects to pay, in cash on th* day of sale, the balam * in two equal InstallA ments at one and two years, notes bearinc a inter*??t from the day of sale to be Riven y for the defnrr?>d payments. A W. J. w. row DEN', Trustee I W. II. HALLKR. Auctioneer. ?eg-r IS32 + + + + + IS97. = \V7ALL DAPER. w ALL I APER. OFFER EXFRAORDINARY. Too manv good papers left Must be sold at once. + + + Fine 50c stock at 15c per bolt. Paper that sold at 25c all at 10c. Room Mouldings at less than cost. Persons hating any fall papering to do can sa>e money; , JOS. GRAVES' SON, ^ ? N<>. an TWKi.rrtt sthtkr, |Fancy , Silks?*?? At 50c a Yard. a If i}> Marked down sale of 75c, 85c and $1.00 Silks. $ Choicc of lot ?. * s.* j* -* | 50C \ YARD. Just what you want for Waists, Linings and Dress lh r* ronts. ^ ^ ^ ^ k Ijj. S. RHODES & CO.