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TO WEST VIRGINIA! His Message to West Virginia Republicans will be the Big Field Day Feature. THE PRESIDENT HAS AGREED TO SEND THE MESSAGE Which will Ctme From Canton to Wheeling by Relays of Bicyclicts The Relay will be Conducted by the Intelligencer, Assisted by the union ttspository?At a Meeting to be Held This Evening, Rongh Ridir Rejimint will Elect Officers and Hake Arrangements For the Holding of the Field Day, the Date of Which Probably will be Saturday, October 13?Great Interest is Manifested in the Affair, Which is Novel and Attractive. The Intelligencer Is enabled to an- co-operate with this paper in the runnounce this morning that President Mc- nlng of the relay race, and will likely Kinley will accept this paper's invlta- have charge of the first nine relays out lion to write a message to the Republl- of Canton. The distance is ninety-two cans of West Virginia and the Ohio val- miles, and there will be eighteen relays ley, which will be transmitted by relays and thlrty-slx riders, two for each reof bicyclists from Canton to Wheeling, lay. The route probably will be as folnrnhnhlv nn Sntnrrlnv Ortfihor 13. on lows? fnntnn ATn?all1n?i Oor.nl T?r>?n,. the occasion of the Republican Field Uhlchsville, Cadiz and Wheeling a dlsDay, mention of which has been made tance of ninety-two miles. The route * In the Intelligencer during the pact via Steubenvllle Is about ten miles week. This anouncement will be re- shorter but the roads are not so good, ccived with enthusiasm by the Republl- and it is believed better time can be cans of the trl-state radius, and. In made via the longer route. It Is Infact, will interest all citizens, whether tended to enlist cyclers of the towns Republicans or Democrats. along the route, as much as possible, Arrangements for the proposed Re- but where this cannot be done, Wheelpublican Field Day had been held up to ing riders will fill the gaps. The relay await the determination of the Prcsl- race will start from Canton about 8 or dent whether or not he would send the 9 a. m., and will reach Wheeling bemnwncp. but now* that iincertnintv hitn twenn 2 nnri 4 n. m. been dispelled, the work of arranging The Mark Hanna Marching Club, jf for this novel and attractive affair will Martin's Ferry, a crack organization, be proceeded with. To-night, at the has offered to give a prize drill for Field ^Republican congressional committee Day, and It Is possible a competitive headquarters, there will bo a meeting drill, to be engaged in by the several of the captains and lieutenants of the clubs attending, will be arranged, several Rough Rider companies of Some Wheeling harnessmaker who Wheeling, Ohio county and Marshall has the good of the Republican cause county, for the purpose of electing the at heart, Is invited to make and donate colonel and other otllcers of the First for the occasion a leather pouch, with West Virginia Rough Rider regiment, shoulder strap. In which to carry the and after that has been disposed of, the President's message. Responses may Field Day matter will be taken up, and be made to the city editor of the Intelllthe work of preparing for the event be- gencer, from whom the specifications gun. It will be necussary to appoint a can be had. number of sub-committees, as there is At to-night's mectinr, when the work much to be uttended to, and the time of arranging for the Field Day will be limited, it was first suggested that tho tuken up, It is expected that every Field Day be held on the afternoon of Hough Rider company in the vicinity Saturday, October 6, but owing to tho will be represented. White-Holt Joint debate occurring on that evening, it is necessary to change COL. FITCH ADDRESSES the date, and it Is likely that Saturday, October 13, will be substituted. A Fine Republican Meeting at tho The scope of the afTalr Is broadening Eighth Ward Republican Club's now that the President la to send his Quarters on tho South Side?Talks message, and there are Indications that Messrs. Arbenz and Nesbitt, surrounding cities and towns will be LaaL n,?ht at lhc carters of the . . Kkhth ward Republican club, South liberally representee!. it is suggested H|d(. a r0UBlng maa8 mTOt|ng wn8 hcl(1, thiil the firm event on the programme addressed by Colonel 15. H. Filch, ot be a parade by the Hough Hlder com- Huntington, and by Messrs. Arbetus and panlea und other Republican marching Nesbltt, of this city. The meeting was clubs, winding up at the state fair '? " 1 ?n9tratlon "f th= Hltchlo district company of Hough grounds,, tvhere the programme ot uljL,r8i wh0 marched up tow? nnil essports, Including bicycle races, font corted the speakers to the club's quarraces, horse races and other athletic lyrH- Captain Honecker'a company features ivould follow, succceded by m,u*c 11 "no showing, and was enthusl. .. . _ , astlcally received along the line of speeches on the Issues of the campaign march by Hon. C. L. Weems, or Ohio, and T|?, meeting wan cnlli.il to order by others. During these offerings, Just ex-He preventative W. H. Blon, who Inwhen, of course cannot be stated, the Produced as the first speaker Col. 12. II. T.f Fitch, of Huntington, the "Bald Eagle U, Virginia ot Cabl!l|.., To ud.lr.?w a political Ropublluana would arrive on Iho |nB Ohio county, ?ald toe grounds and be read to the assembled speaker, Is to receive added multitude. Inspiration, for i?reat Interest Is being Mr. Jason C. Stmnp, the bicycle flhovvn ,n thc cam?'a,?n- ,,(! bort! a mL's" . . sage that is signed, sealed and deliverwh" a!,"""'nK ,h" '"tolllBcn- cd> to offccl thal Wc8t V|r(<|n|l wm cer In nranglug the relay nice, has al- give MeKlnley and Uoosevelt 20,000 marcady received sume ten or twelve Hp- Jorlty. (Applause.) There had been piiciiuoiiH irom local cyclers, asking to ",il ,v """ * ami the people are aroused to the linbe aligned for relay*. There Is. of porlance of the coming election. course, a general desire upon the part The Republican party has fulfilled of the riders to be selected to carry the every promise?If anything our puity message on Its last relay Into the ,,aM (lont-' more l'mM 11 promised. Hut . who ever heard of the the Democratic party fulfilling a promise? Continuing, The Canton Repository has accepted ule npeaker reviewed past atlmlulstrntho Invitation of the Intelligencer to lions and showed how the Republican fjrtfflfc I protective legislation has developed this country as no other uatlon has been developed. In. 1892 the Democrats were successful and secured entire control of the government. They found groat prosperity, but almost in the twinkling of on eye conditions changed; factories closed, banks broke" and black despair reigned. A great panic reigned from 1893 to-MDS, and it cost this country more than the war that saved the Union.'.,Since then the Democrats have not made the tariff the issue?they have the Boy Orator and 16 to 1, which were sprung us the panacea, for all evils in 1S0C. What did they say in their platform for that year? They undertook to take away from our currency Its high standard of value, given to It by Republican legislation. and Brvan nredlctinl * that the defeat of silver would cpuse a ; fall of prices and a Stringency of money, j WeU, gentlemen, what la the result? f Don't you want all the "stringency" of 1 the present that you can get hold of? i The Republican finance policy is the t only correct one?gold Is the universal standard of the world, with the exception of a few South American countries, j Gold is worth Its weight either colnxl i or uncoined, but not so with silver. The speaker gave a striking example of the ^ standards of America and Mexico?huw ( he had bought fifty cents worth of t cigars at a Mexican cigar store; plank- c ed down an American 100-cent silver < dollar In payment, and received In r change a Mexican silver dollar that had c more sliver In it than the American : dollar. t What followed the election of McKln- < ley^ in 189C? Confidence was restored; 1 the mills opened; money was easier and t of greater volume, and an era of unex- r ampled prosperity set In. And who did > It? The Republican party, and it can- ? not be denied. (Applause.) j This cry of Imperialism, said the I speaker, Is a bugaboo, and should not 1 be seriously considered. Nobody believes an empire will supplant our free Institutions. It Is silly to talk of such a thing. But they say we have gone back on Abraham Lincoln and our other old leaders. This the speaker controverted mosrt. convincingly, and said the Demo statesman until hi was dead. | The Spanish war was supported by t both parties. It was a war of both Re- I publicans and Democrats, of north and < south. It was prosecuted with remark- j able energy by President McKluley r when he Jlnally consented to war. And c we didn't have to go abroad for the money. Our own people subscribed ilie j money needed many times over. In 122 * days we had swept Spain from the | western hemisphere. Colonel Bryan's i opera bouffe part in the war was shown \ up by the speaker in a humorous and J effective manner. Did Andrew Jackson ask his friends if "his political ' chances would be affected" before he fought for his country? Did William < McKinley ask such a question when he ^ luufjin lur me uiiiuii ill jaol? . The Philippines- came to us in the t peace settlement. The (treat majority jj of the Filipinos want peace, but one ' band, the Tagalos, are rebelling against u us. The Democrats meet one day and pass resolutions sympathizing with Agulnaldo and the rebels, and the next day they disfranchise millions of American negroes in the south. That is Democratic consistency. The speaker paid his respects to the Democratic trusts?the ice trust, the cotton tie trust, and the others in which Democratic leaders are the big holders of stock. The New York Ice trust is owned by Van Wyck, Croker and other Democrats. These men, reeking with trust iniquity, stand up and say they are against the trusts. The Republican party on the other hand, Is on record as the party that placed on tile statu '.e ^ books the only anti-trust legislation , over passed by Congress. c Concluding, Col. Fitch took up state c issues, and detailed the great record of the present Republican administration. He was followed by Messrs. John Arbenz, Jr.. and Frank W. Nesbitt, who made short addresses. BOOKS FOR THE LIBRARY. A Number of Volumes Added to the Public Library Collection. Librarian Wilson announces the receiving of the following new volumes at the Wheeling public library: Adams. W. T.?An Undivided Union. Harr, Amelia?Maid of Maiden Lane. Uaskctt, J. N.?At You All's House. .Baskett. J. N.- As the Light Led. Beard, D. C.?American Hovh' T?nr?lr r?f Sport. Blcknell, E.?Tho Territorial Acquisition of tho United Stott'H. Bothmer, A.?Sovereign Ladles of Eu- _ rope. Brlce, Lloyd?Lady Blanche'k Salon. t Corel)!, M.?The Master Christian. c Couch, A. T. Q.?The Ship of Stars. Courtot?Memoirs. I Davis, W. S.?A Friend of Caesar. r Do Forest, J. \\\?A Lover's Revolt. Dodgu, G. II., and others?What Women 1 Can Earn. , . Doubleday, Mrs. N. B.?Bird Neighbors. , Douglas, A. M.?Almost as Good as a ; Boys. 1 Dunn, B. A.?On Gen, Thomas' Staff. J Elson, L. C.?National Music of Amcrlcn. c Gerraro, W.?Story of Moscow. Gordon. 11. It.?Tecumseh. . Gorst, II. 15.?China. Grlnnell, G. 13.?Jack, tho Young Ranch- il man. n Groves, P.?Scotland For Ever. r Gwynu, S.-Highways and Byways In t DonegalVand Antrim. Hation. J.?The White King of Manoa. Hlscox, G. IX? Gas, Gasoline and Oil Engines. Holcomb. C.?The Real Chinaman. t Hough, E.?The Girl at the Halfway , i t nunc. Innex, A. D.-Crnnmer and the English Reformation. l*>es, J. APenks and I'lnes. Llntlsey. T. M.?Luther and tiiu German Reformation. Noyd. II. D.-A Country Without Striken. Ludovlcl, J.?Knight Conrad, of RelnRteln. MncLenn, J. P.?Highlander* In America. Mlltnnn. A.?Life of II. H. Mllman. Morrison, H. S.?Yankee Hoy's Success. Nelnon. K. G.?Tuen-Slavo and Jimpress. Norrls, Prank?A Man's Woman. Parker, G.-An Unpardonable Liar. Rlls, J. A.?A Ten Years" War. Hcldmore, E. It.?China, th?t Long Lived Empire. fi Rnell. P. .1.?Wesley and Methodism. , Speneo, II. D. M.?Tlw Whlt?? Itoho of 1 Church of the Eleventh Century. s Stephens. 11. N.?Philip Wlnwood. I ThompHon, 1L 13.?Presbyterians. , TliTany, C. C.-rProtOHtunt Episcopal , Church. 1 VIncont, L H.?llotol de Katnhnulllct. 1 WntMOh, 11. U. M.?Princess X?*ala. I While, Mary?Hooks of Gnmrs. 1 WllkltiB, M. E.?The Heart's Hlrrlnv.'iy. Wltujato. C. K.?What Shall Our Hoys Do for a Llvliw? Sheldon, L. V'.?Yankee Girls In Zulu Land. j m m t TUB Principal of the Department of ? BtenoKrnphy of the ELLIOTT SCHOOL .1 will moot the Principal of that depart- t incnt of nny other school In the city or j Htnte, In a public test to prove which of the systems It) the most rapid. simplest und most easily read. W. 13. Van Wyrt, Principal Shorthand Department. EL.MOTT SCIIOOI., ' ' 1318 Market atreot. t i 1 ..POLITICS.. [ Monday, October 8. Is the date of one >f the greatest Republican meetings ol he campaign in this city. Early in he week the Intelligencer announced hat Hon. O. P. Williams, late consul >f the United States at Manila, and whe itood on the bridge of the c^ulfei Diympla with Dewey In the battle ol Hani la Bny, would speak here on thai late, and now comes the announcement hnt General Dunlel E. Sickles, of New Fork, wll| be here for the same meetng and address the people from the tame platform. This announcemenl ivlll please everybody, for there- Is nc nore vigorous campaigner in the counry than General Sickles. Daniel E. Slsckles was born in New Fork City. October 20, 1822, and was idmltted to the bar In 1844. In 1847, he secame a member of the state leglslaure, and was Boon a prominent leadet u me Democratic party, we went tc England with Minister James Buchanin, afterward President, as secretary if legation. In 1855 he. was elected itate senator, and the next year he was l member of Congress. When the civil var broke out he raised the Excelsior New York) brigade; was made colonel, ind was later brigadier general. He lommnnded a brigade on the Peninsula, ook command of General Hooker's roopa when that officer was placed at he head of an army corps, and had a llvlslon at Antletam anil Frederlcks>urg. At Chancellorsvllle ho comnanded an army corps, also at Getysburg, where he lost a leg. He was nade major general of volunteers, November, 18G2: relieved from military lervlce In 18G9, nnd was soon afterwards lent as minister to Spain, which otllc'c le resigned In 1874. He married a Spansh lady as his second wife. He served igaln In Congress In 1S92-94. The Brumin Meeting. The next important Republican mass lieeting in Wheeling is the ex-Con ,i <_ooiiinii v-iiai an i-1. uruimil meeting )f next Monday evening, In the Eighth vard, at the foot of Thirty-ninth itreet, near the Dloch Bros.' tobacco vorks, where a stand Is to be erected or out-door meetings In that section of he city. Mr. Brumm Is a most effecIve speaker, and this meeting ought to )e one of the best of the campaign, -ounty Committeeman George Bell, of lltchle district, announces that Prof. ?. II. Crago will act as chairman of the nesting with the following vice presllents occupying seats on the platform: lames Boycott, John Iloneckor, IVm. Randerson, Charles H. Fisher, Reese Hushes. Anton Jhlnkus, Jacob Kluenbrod. sr.. August Zlerolt. Charles Dlsterdlck, !Henry Schrabo. Itlchard Itatcllffo, Dr. J. \V. McCoy, Louis Schau. r-r.. Louis Nlebcrgal, Charles Sondorman. Daniel Rltz, Louis Zimmerman, A C. Fisher, VVm. Craig, sr.. Thomas Rntcllffe, Louis Stolnbecker, Bernard Uoro, lames Allen. Jacob Kline, Thomas Doyle, Richard James, Fred Hertzer, S. C. Howell. W. P. Rose. John Ilagt-dorn. jeorge RatclifTe, The Washington and Madison district tough Riders will turn out for this nesting, and will be escorted down own, with the speakers, by the Ritchie llstriet Rough Rider company. The ?ravls Cadets, a new organization, nade up of South Side youngsters, will ilso turn out. some i-xce Xinnogrnpus. While In New York, Postmaster 3eorge Wise visited the national Re>ublican headquarters, and secured six rarletles ?*f highly colored campaign Ithographs. On account of their icarclty, he was only able to secure a Imlted number, and Mr. Wise has urned them over to Dave Dinger, of he congressional headquarters, who llvkled them among the following lub3 and requests a representative of :ach to call and get a set: First ward, Second ward, colored club, Third and fourth wards, Fifth ward, Sixth ward, eighth ward. Croation clubs of upper ind lower Benwood, Benwood club, eighth ward German-Polish club, Fulon* and Elm Grove clubs, Trladelphla lub, Seventh ward club, D. IL Taylor iub and the Six Footers. The Roosevelt Meeting. Messrs. Hornlsh, Smith and Richards, n charge of the arrangements for the Roosevelt meeting here on the afternoon )f Thursday, October 18, have about deermlned that It will bo held at the state "air crounds. The audience will fill the rrand stand and tho apace In from ind tho track. In the event of bad veather, the speaker's stand will be noved up near the grand stand and :ovcred for the protection of the occupants from tho elements. Sounding joards will be placed at the back of the speaking stand. Boguley for Colonel. The captains and lieutenants of the icveral Hough Rider companies meet his evening at the Republican congros ilonal committee headquarters for the rnrpose of electing the reglmentnl olfl:ers for the First. West Virginia Rough tlder regiment. For colonel,but one mine, that of Dr. H. B. Baguley. Is >elng mentioned, and It Is likely he will >c chosen without opposition. Dr. Bagilcy saw* service in the SpiinlsU-Amorl:nn wur as surgeon of the First Wpst Virginia Volunteers, and for a time vas In charge of the division hospital it Knoxvllle. we possesses executive iblllty to a high degree, and would nake a most excellent commanding of leer for the Rough Rider regiment. Centre To-night. This evening at 7 o'clock at Hartnan's hall, corner of Twenty-third and durket streets, South Side, there will je a meeting of the young Republicans if Centre district, for the purpose of ormlng a Rough Rider company. The 1 mi nee commltttee, assisted by Alfred Z. Davis, has raised over $100 to defray he cost of the Rough Rider uniforms or this club. Already forty young Rejubllcans have been enrolled, and It Is (xpeoted to Incroase the membership to ilxty or more. Island Rough Riders. The Island Rough Riders, thirty trong, made their first appearance In inlform last night, marching over everal streets on the Island, and makng such a fine appearance that romnll nonts were showered upon Captnln teed and his men from nil Hides. This oinpany Is made up of excellent nmteriil and will b?; one of tin? crack coinmnlcH of tin; regiment. Elm Grove Meeting. To-nlcht the Itepubllcans of Trladelihl.i district will hold ameeting nt the own hull In Elm Grove, and will he iddressed by MeHsrH. David \V. Martin, ohn Arhenx, Jr.. and Thomas Norrls, he lattor Wheeling's only colored law'er. Congressman Gill 111, Btcuhenvlllc llerald-Star: Mr. Gill's rk'Uds on both sides of the river hope hat he will recover sufficiently to par McFADD m sit $$$ P MeFADDEN'S RUBBER COLL; ^ , arc sweat | ' ^ ill c'01'':i:K'c ; 44 McFABDEN'S 5 ; H 1318, 1320, 1322 Marti ; mm m m 'm m i john fbie: : DINNER SETS: i A large variety of all I ; Austria, Porcelain, at CHAMBER SET Nicely decorated, 12 piei on up. JOHN FRIEDEL ?THE CHILE #SL Laogiiiii $ d/ Softens Vie Gums. Aoir,.5 *2? Controls tho Bot tery, Diarrhc yJ if /\ Mothers will find it \ I Nil M. J'U/' V a gentle sleep, and wa I All, We guarantee each boi li ' "f% '/f/ y doing as wc represent. 1 PH JOHN C '<''i 1205 MARKE1 EVERY gcaeilaojneods a reliable, month! X tho parcai drogi should 1 M3" fcs Dr. PeaS's F *\ They nro prompt, Bafo and certain f \ m vTbo gonuina (Dr. Peal's) never dlsa Sold by Clins. R. Goetzo, Druggist, cor. 1 ticipate In thr* campaign before its close. But If he does not, he will be Kinaiy careu ior oy me voters. at Wilson's Big Audicnce. ni John 13. Wilson, the Democratic can- ^ dictate for prosecuting attorney. last night addressed a large and wildly en- ^ thusiastic gathering of his fellow citi- w zens. By actual count there were as it? many as twenty-three at his meeting in the Eighth ward. This meeting will go on record as one of the greatest Demo- E cratlc gatherings of the campaign, and t the Republicans of old Ritchie are afraid Mr. Nesbltt will suffer woefully, as a result of the Wilson Invasion. ^ Clay-Union Rough Riders. Last night the Glay-Unlon Rough Rl- F: ders met at their hall on Sixteenth ^ street and transacted routine business. c There will be a meeting of this Rough Rider company and of the Clay-Union Republican club next Tuesday evening. kt Germania-Polish Club. P1 There will be a meeting of the Ger mania-i'ousn itepuuiican ciuu, satur- ti <luy evening-, at their quarters, Forty- ce seventh and Jacob streets. Good speakers will be In attendance, and a Jo large meeting is assured. L< bti Another Croatian Club. J^ The National Croatian Republican ^ Liberty Club has been organized, with M a membership of fifty, and more coming every day. The following olllcers were chosen: President?Joseph Rarick. N Secretary?Matt Kalabus. Commander?George Yarnowltch. Captain?J. Bartolovls. O , ly BRIDGEPORT HAPPENINGS. JJj Events of a Day in the Town at the }'* End of tho Bridge. m Miss Nettle Lawrence very enjoyably entertained a nunjbor of her friends last evnlng at her home on Lincoln avenue. In honor of her fourteenth PC birthday. About a dozen couples were rn present and a most pleasant evening ^ was spent Miss Blanche Coon, who has been the guest of the family of J. C. Dent, at Brookside, for the past two weeks, re nington, W.' Vn. c| The funeral of the Infant child of Mr. p' anil Mrs. Eplnalm Stahl took place yes- ' terday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the Intermetn followed at Llnwood ceme- _ tery. Bl Tin? funeral of Miss Mattle Stewart gt took place yesterday afternoon at 4 ?i o'clock, and the Interment was made at 1 Llnwood cemetery. ^ Robert Chrlstmeyer was arrested w, Wednesday evening, on a disorderly ?r charge. He will have a hearing this afternoon. An Illustrated lecture on the "Life of P' Christ" will be delivered at St. An- te thony's church next Sunday evening. Miss Louise Taufel has opened her ?i kindergarten school In the lecture room ^ of the Presbyterian church. w The McKlnley and Roosevelt club will drill on the streets this evening and to- ju morrow evening. ov Miss Margaret Ilowell went to Plttshnrirh voolimlnv h\ .? -I".... ? " " *?-? ??J" VI with relatives. cjj Mrs. II. .1. Clayton, of Mannlngton, \V. Vn., 1b the cuest of Mrs. J. C. Dent, nt nt Brookslde. About n dozen people from hero nt- |n tended the Smlthtleld fair yesterday. Noah Burke went to Cleveland yesterday on business. J. n. Drlggs was In Pittsburgh yes- s? terdny on business. ju * " " to GREGG'S SHORTHAND has never "? been dlscaVded by a single teacher In *n the United States after having given It J? an unprejudiced investigation and 'll adopted the same. Other systems are 80 being thrown out nearly every day. The reason for this 1h that Gregg students 'JJ, can read their notes after having.writ- ? ten them, while In the position-writing systems memory and guess-work must ~ be depended upon wholly. One week IM Instruction free at the KLLIOTT SCHOOL. 1318 Market street. Rivor Telegrams. PITTSBURGH?River 1.2 feet and stationary. .Weather, clear and warm. \ EN'S. ' $ " m- m m m 8: -\!RS H Si proof and warranted not to wilt ** hot dav. They look like linen, cleaned with a 'sponge or damp ire always ready to wear. Our it ol a s never turn yellow, they v"} the neck and one collar will last months. We have sizes 12S to bes: Rubber Collars for 25c, HURT STORE,<4 :t Street, Wheeling. ??i DEL CO.' rinds, as Havilands, VERY LOW PRICES. S. :es, for $3.45, #4.5tJ. ro 1119 ...Main Street... )'S CURE WHEN TEETHING.? it's Infant Cordial Allays the Pcun, Reduces Inflammation, *e/s, curing aummor wiujjiuini, u/senEd, Flatulence, Wind Colic, &c., &c. 'cry valuable. The child will be" relieved, ret lnt% ke up cheerful, hanpy, and feeling comfortable, tie, and will refund the price of every bottle not LICE 25 CEWT& J. McLAIN & SON, PROPRIETORS, "STREET, WHEELING, W.VA. WOMAN = f, rci^iUtlnr medietas. Only females i&J :o U40d. li you mat tbo boat, get' ^emrawETGBi/gafl Fills In result. .ppoint Bold for 81.00 per box. darkct and Twelfth atroets. ap!4 SOCIETY. Society will bp liberally represented Wheeling Park this evening:, when E e Married People's, Cotillion and Ju- 1 or Cotillion dancing sets will meet for | e last Casino dance of the season. The Woman's Musical Club meets ? Is afternoon at 3 o'clock at A. O. U. (? '. hull, on Fourteenth street, to begin t 3 1900-1 campaign. Last evening, at his home on South ronilwav. Tnliin?l. Mr. Will Pfnrr on. rtalned. a In stag. There was a large id merry gathering, which did not ad- ? urn until the wee sma' hours had ade their appearance. Miss Maggie MUllgan, of South [ ront street, will give a private hop at v oznrt Park this evening. In honor of ;r sister. Miss Ortha Milligan. ? O m Italian. Wedding. A wedding In which two of the best lown Italians of this city were tho incipals, took plac<^at the Cathedral fsterday morning. The principals ere Mr. John Jebiea and Marie Fusjo. ie Rev. Father Hall performed the remony. The best man was David Neill and the bridesmaid was Mis# ary Gurpura. Among the guests were ihn Catanzora, of Pittsburgh: Mr. jgomesslna and family. John Camp 11. George Kidney. Daniel Mossburg, sse Jackson and James Purcura. of Is city. A reception was held at the >ine of ths groom's father, on South arket street, last evening. BENWOOD. ews Notes From the Busy Marshall County Town. The ground above Bogg^s run recentacquired by the National Tube Com uij, m UJIII.H lupituy Livureu. yrup.irory to the beginning of the big lmovements. Many of the houses have sen torn down and some have b?en oved across the street. These houses ive been bought and will be used as sldences. The Republican mass meeting In Up;r Benwood Saturday night, will be a user. Clubs from Moundsville and 'heeling will bo In line besides tho ub from this place. Congressman ovener and others will make ad'esses. Rev. D. A. Denton, who was formerly ctor of the Methodist Episcopal mrch here, but who has since been >e editor of the Methodist Times, "ht arkersburg, has resigned his position id will again take to the pulpit. At a meeting of the directors of I ha ink of Benwood, a II nance commit toe us appointed, composed of Charles had, Samuel liunter and Dr. J. N. I ley. John Gerahty became suddenly 111 at s home yesterday afternoon, and It us thought he was dylnp. He recov? ed In a little while, however. Blaine Pantorlus had his right knrQ ilnfully mushed by a slab of steel fallg on It at the lower steel works ye*rday morning. The Young Men's Social Club will ve their opening hop at the Blue Ihbon hall October 11. Prof. Long Ill play. Henwood Lodge No. 3, A. O. IT- V/., >ld a regular meeting at their hall ln?t 'enlng. .Tohn Brldgeman, of New MartinaHe, was In town on business yestcrly. The Daughters of Rebocca will Mint their lodge rooms this evening. L. V. Dietrich?, of Pittsburgh. va8 ft islness caller in town yesterday. Luke Taylor Is ill at his home. THE Court Reporting System of torthand as taught at Wheeling lhi*S hs College has stood the most rl^id st for the past ten years. A large this 81ate are graduat** of this syim. A system Is pood only so fur ni < results ure pood ami not because me advertisement says bo. No other school and no other syatcnt the state eon show rqual result" MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. Irs. W. S. Hutchlns will give Instruction on the rian.> to a limited number of pupils at h?r residence. No. !)li) Main htreet. coin* inencInK the tlrst week In September. Arrangements can be made by callIn# or through the mail, befilonlnfl Monduy, September 3.