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formed in front by line tucks.
j ....SOCI
The doors of society homes are wide
open for the winter and entertainments
keep all interested on a continual round
of pleasure. The week ending held
many of the most beautifully appointed
affairs of the season so far, embracing
the Cummins, the Harrison and
Brady receptions, the Arnett dinner, the
North Main street Euchre Club, the
Rabbit's Foot Club, the Spinsters, the
Twentieth Century Girls and cne Cotillion
Club entertainments, the Carroll,
Mercantile .and Arion Hallow E'en festivities,
added to which were the musical
attractions of the week, making
complete the diversions for all tastes,
and the Married People's dancing set
to-night closes a full week. The coming
week besides the election excitement,
holds the Rhodes entertainment
?for the Married Ladles' Euchre Club,
the Bloomfield-Burke reception to the
Island Euchre Club, and the beginning
of entertainments by members of the
coming bridal party in honor of the
Brockunier-Fcrgusson nuptials to be
celebrated November 14, for which invitations
are already extended, are a
large party to be given Thursday evening,
November 8, by Mls3 M. Hulda
Delaplaine and a theatre party, at "A
Lady of Quality," Thursday evening,
given by Miss Lillian Edgerton Vance,
to be followed by supper at the J. N.
.Vance home, and the autumn dance at
Arion hall, to the Married People's,
and Cotillion seta.
The Misses Cummins, of Chapline
street, gave a brilliant and very delightful
afternoon reception Wednesday, In
honor of # their guest, Mrs. WarTen,
of Washington. From 3 to 6
o'clock, the hours of the reception, there
was a continuous stream of people
coming and going. All the rooms of the
first floor of the home, which Is one of
the most attractive In this city, were
tastefully arranged with the season's
flowers and pink shaded candelabra^
and with music floating through them
from the Marfdolin and Guitar club stationed
in the second landing of the
stairs, were given over to the guests.
The receiving party embracing Miss
Cummins, the guest of honor.Mrs. Warren,
Mrs. Henry Ott, and Mrs. Samuel
Ott Cummins, of Bellaire, charmingly
received the guests In the drawing
room. The dining room was hospitably
presided over by Mrs. James Cummins
and Mrs. W. W. Irwin, and In the largi:
and Interesting library, tea and chocolate
were charmingly servc-d by Miss
Anne Cummins and Miss Florence Ott,
. beautifully assisted by Miss Catherine
Johns and Miss Margaret Cummins.
The Misses Cummins recently returned
from a six months' stay on the continent
and their home furnishes a treat to the
lover of artistic environment, secured
through the acumulatlon of several generations
of art and literature lovers,
aided by much travel In all countries.
Mrs. Oliver T. Rhodes will entertain
the Married Ladles' Euchre Club, next
Friday afternoon, November 3'h, at the
family hom& on North Main street.
Miss M. Hulda Delaplalne will entertain
next Friday evening, November
9th, at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Mary Delaplalne, Chapllno street, with
a progressive euchre party, in honor of
Miss Elizabeth Shirley Brockunler,
daughter of Hon. and Mrs. Charles W.
TJrockunler, who becomes the bride of
Mr. Wilson J. Ferguson, of Reading,
Penn., Wednesday evening, November
14. Miss Delaplaine will be one of the
Miss Lllllhrn Edgerton Vance, daugh
tor of Mr. and Mrn. J. N. Vnnco, on? of
the brldesmaldx at the? coming IJrockunler-Ferguson
wedding, gives a theatre
party next l^jurnd^y evening. November
8, In honor of Mhs E. Shirley Brockunlcr,
and complimentary to mt'inbr-rn
of the bridal party at the corning nuptials.
Mrn. Walter Bloomfb'ld and ? Mr*.
Thormu? C. Burke will ontertaln the Island
Ladles' Euchre Club next Thurs
NKj wear.
Ilk flannel has a kilted frill of blue
Ltli dull gold buttons. A yoke is
ETY.... j
day afternoon, November S. at the
Brues home, on North Front street.
Professor George M. Delbrugge has
arranged one of the most Interesting
dance parties of the season for next
Friday evening, November 9, at Arlon
hall. It Is termed an Autumn dance
and the programme includes a rustic
dance, an old fashioned quadrille with
the figures called. Refreshments, comprising
cider, ginger bread, chestnuts,
popcorn, apples, among other old time
delicacies, will be served. The decorations
of the hall will be autumn leaves
and flowers, and Meister's orchestra will
occupy the stage. A large tuvn-out of
society people, young and older. Is expected.
The patronesses. ar? Mrs.
Thomas Chalmers Moffat, Mrs. Charles
Howard Simpson, Mrs. George K.
Wheat, Mrs. William F. Stifel, .Mrs.
Julius Pollock, Mrs. Margaret Dalzell
and Mrs. S. S. Bloch.
The Wednesday "at homes" of Mrs.
Mary A. DelaplaJne and daughter, Miss
M. Hulda Delaplalne, at the family
home on Chaplinu street, have become
enjoyable events of the season.
Miss Virginia Harrison and sister.
Miss Elizabeth Harrison, daughters, of
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Harrison, of South
Front street, gave a charmingly Informal
Hallow E'en party to many friends
Wednesday evening at the family
Miss Eleanor Brice, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Brlce, delightfully entertained
the Rabbit's Foot Club at the
home of her parents Thursday afternoon.
Progressive euchre formed the
entertainment. The prize winners were
Miss Nellie Stifel, daughter of Mr. and
Mre fi.'.nrfr* "P? Cflf.^1 rricn
Carr. daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Thomas
Carr, of Fourteenth street. The visiter's
prize was awarded to Miss Kluscr,
of Allegheny, house guest of Miss Stlfel.
The Twentieth Century Girls were
beautifully entertained at Cecil Place
by Miss Mabel Brown, at her mother's
home. Progressive euchre is the usual
afternoon's entertainment of the organization
and the prize winners on thin
day were Mrs. William Pannoll Wilson,
of the club, and Mrs. John C. Foster, of
Los Angeles, house guest of Miss Florence
Ott, of the visiting list, which embraced
Mrs. W. Bates Woods, Miss
Sommes, of Terra. Haute, house guest
of Miss Elsio Whltaker, at the N. E.
Will taker home, and Miss Kathorlne A.
Iihoadcs, house guest of Miss Alice
Brady, at the Joseph C. Brady home.
The enxt entertainment will he given
by Mrs. Frank Hearne Crockard, at the
Crcckard home, on Fourtenih street,
Thursday, November 15.
Miss Bertha McCoy, daughter of Mr.
Ui i.i.o. t.uu.nu iuwyuj, ?II iHOrtn I
Front street, charmingly entertained a
party with a dellghtfully'arranged Hallow
E'en atnusomrnt scrips at \hz homo
of her parents, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Amanda Hamilton and Mr?. Jpnbelle
Irwin handsomely entertained tha
North Mala street Euchre Club and a
number of friends at the family home
on North Main street Tuesday. Progressive
euchre was played and the
prizes won by Mrs. Walter H. Rlnehart,
Mrs. Edwin M. Holllday and Mrs. Jaines
13. McKce, of the club, and Mrs. II. II.
Harrison and Mrs. .7. Friend Hutchlnron,
of Parkershurg, the house guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II, Taney, on the
visiting list.
Mrs. W. W. Amett gave a prettily appointed
dinner to a number of friends.
Tuesday, In honor of Mrs. .1. Friend
Hutchinson, of Parkersburg, who was
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
II. Taney during the past week.
The Spinsters had a delightful outing
Hallow E'en night at an old farm house
on Bethany pike. The organization, of
which MIhs M. Hulda Delaplalne Is
president, will have the coming ten days I
fully occuploO ivlth cnlortiilninonl*
planned In honor of .Miss Shirley llrock
tinier, one of Its moat prominent and attractive
members, whoso marrlege on
tho 14th of November will be celebrated
with much eclat.
Mrs. !W. B. Day and mother, Mra.
Hanco, havo returned from a pleasant
visit with relatives at Barnesvllle, Ohio.
The young pfeople making up the
children's dancing class, now under
Instruction in fancy dancing and physical
culture, meeting every Saturday
afternoon at Arlo hall, are John Frew
Hall, Harbour Mitchell, E. J. Stone,
Howard Mcrkle, Thomas Hornbrook,
George Murray, Edwin Whit, Samuel
Good, Earl Seabrlght, Francis Stlmmel,?
Edwurd Bowie, Irwin Baer, Cecil
Dlgby, Andrew Hess, Carlisle Raper,
Lltert Hnpcr, Jack Horkhelmer, Kenneth
Franzhelm. William Franzhplm.
"Woodward Franzhelm, William Simpson,
Forbes Simpson, Dewey Quarrler,
Charles Quarrler, Virginia Burt, Virginia
Barton, Virginia Blue, Virginia
Brown, Virginia Gilchrist, Mary Virginia
Sands, Elvira Young, Bertha
Good, Mary Delbrugge, Eleanor Holloway,
Elizabeth Grubb, Eleanor Sweeney,
Kathcrlnc Taylor, Mary Ellen Hnzlett,
Jeanettc Zelgenfelder, Frances
Ogden, Katherlne Franzhelm, Gertrudo
Carter, Katherlne Stone, Ethel Reed,
Madeline Bloch, Ella May Holllday,
Nancy Peterson, Margery Brady, Miriam
Schellhase, Mabel Gilchrist, Martha
McClure, Katherlne Lancaster,
Elfle Lee Robinson, Essie Mitchell,
katherlne Ebberts, Helen Wolvlngton
and Nettle Hlrsch Gutman. /
Col. Robert White has kindly consen
ted to describe tha "Passion Play"
as he saw it while abroad this summer.
It is to be delivered In the lecture
room of the First Presbyterian church
Monday evening, November 19, for the
benefit of the missionary societies of
the church. This play as Is well known,
is only performed every ten years at
Oberammergau, in the Bavarian highlands,
and the characters representing
the various passions of Christ, are ta
ken by the natives'selected by the community
at large. The character of
ClirlFt was taken four times by tho
same man, covering forty years of his
life. Ills death Just before the 1900 presentation
brought a new man to the
front. As there can be no description
of a more interesting event, there is no
doubt that the church will be tented to
Its full capacity on November 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Brady gave a
charming and handsome entertainment
at the family home, Pleasant Valley,
Thursday evening, complimentary to
their daughter, Miss Alice Brady, and
hor guest, Miss Rhoadcs. The hous^
was beautifully decorated and Illuminated
throughout the grounds. The affair
was one of the delightful society
functions of tho week.
^Mlss Ida Taylor, a well known and
deservedly popular young lady, has organized
a children's dancing class for
Friday afternoon on the Island. The
class meets at Myers* hall, corner of
Virginia and Penn streets, and success
is assured the venture.
The Daughters of tho Confederacy
have dated their annual Charity ball
for November 30, at the Carroll club
house. These affairs are recognized as
events of each year and are eagerly anticipated
by both older and younger
The marriage of Miss Lyde Beatrice
Prince and Mr. Frank Lawson Miller,
both well known and popular youug
people, will be solemnized at the Prince
residence next Wednesday evening, November
7, in the presence of many
Last night, at Arlon hall, the "Gctman
Day" committees were tendered a
banquet that was a most enjoyable
function. Incidentally there were addresses
by Messrs. Zlmmer, Ulrlch,
Dorcr, Bente, Lange, Schafcr, Bleberson,
Beu and others.
Hon. Charles Burdett Hart, United
States minister to Bogota, and Mrs.
Hart arrived home yesterday, and an*
at the home of Mrs. Hart's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Ott, at Echo
Point. The friends of the family extend
a hearty welcome home.
The annual Hess chrysanthemum
show opens Sunday morning at 10
o'clock, and continues every day next
week. This function 1ms corne to bo
looked forward to by Wheeling society,
and this year's exhibition surpasses all
former efforts by Florist Hess.
The many friends of Mr. Louis Foafr?r
tvhft hii? vnrv 111 nf tlir. lirtmn
of his mother, In Leather-wood, for several
weeks, will be pleased to learn
that he Is on the highway to recovers'.
The Rummage Sale Is still on at 1-08
Main street, and arresting attention.
The call Is for more articles to sell. The
succcbs of the venture Is attested by Its
solicited continuance.
The Married People's Dancing Set
meets this evening at Arlon hall, having
been postponed from last Tuesday
because of the Innes band concert.
M!sb Kmlly Ray Pollock, daughter cf
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pollock, of Chapline
street, has returned home after an
absence of three months In the cast.
The Carroll Club hallowe'cn festivities
Attracted a large concourse of people,
and all were delightfully entertained.
Mrs. John A. Topping, now of N*w
York, Is the guest of friends In this city
and Urldgeport.
Mrs. Charles Howard Simpson, of Elm
Grovo, spent yesterday In Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Frank LeMnync Hupp, of Four*
teenth street, In In Pittsburgh.
Mrs. Ilulllhen Qunrrlcr, of Lenthorwood,
Is In New York.
Mrs. 13. Walker Peterson In In NTew
TRATtS of fluttering relieved In n
night. ItehlnK piles yield nt once to the
rurniivo proportion or uoap n ointment.
Never fall*. At nny drujf ntoro, GO
City TaxoH.
Dlncoiint will ho allowed on city taxen
up to and Including Saturday, November
3. J. K. HALL, City Collector.
And Oratory Heara by Martin's I
Forry People Last Night?Hon.
John P. Scanlon, of Chicago, Hakes
an Appeal to Workinsrmen. !
Martin's Ferry Republicans were . :
treated to a real oratorical feast and 1
a sound, convincing argument on the (
Issues of the campaign last night The
meeting, which was largely attended i
by the Republicans of that city and 1
Belmont county, was held In the Star
theatre, and was addressed by the eminent
Irish campaign orator, John P.
Scanlon, of Chicago. The county Republican
committee was very fortunate '
in securing this great leader of Illinois 1
for a meeting In the Industrial town '
across the river, and the committee ]
feels confident that his visit was a vote l
making one. Mr. Scanlon Is an eloquent
talker, and his arguments on the
various questions which now confront
us were clear, comprehensive and were
full of facts and figures. Mr. Scanlon, ,
as a campaigner, was new to the people
in the over-the-rlver district, but 1
his lant night's address created a last- ^
Ing Impression, and all who heard him '
would not miss an opportunity of again <
hearing him. His speech appealed
strongly to the man who carrlcs the
dinner pall, and his audience was largely
represented by this class. The spenker
held his audience In the closest at- 1
tentlon, and was at many Intervals In- i
uun upiuu oy rapuirous appiaur;e. I t
Tho chairman of the central commit- <
tee, Samuel Westwood, opened the > i
meeting bylntroduclng as chairman,! (
Judge J. C. Gray. Mr. Gray acknowl- j
edged the honor bestowed upon him in |
presiding over a Republican meeting
and made a tew short remarks upon the I
issues of the campaign. He then in- I
troduced the Hon. John F. Scanlon, !
whose Introduction was greeted by the 1
glad hand of the audience. Mr. Scanlon 1
said In part. I i
"Liberty is the pursuit of happiness; | ]
and you are a Jury to-night to And the . (
road tha- leads to happiness. The Amer- t
lean people have a great duty which
they are about to perforin, a duty that I
means much for humanity. If a step !
backward Is taken it means a dark j
night for the working people: it means ,
a step towards death. One hundred and '
ten years ago this republic consisted of1 5
but a strip along the Atlantic coast In- f
habited by wood cutters and fishermen, *
while to-da> this is the mightiest of all <
tho nations and Is full of the happiest <
prui'le on the face of God's earth. It has
grown so that now England and all other
nations stand for a nod from Uncle
Sam, and It Is necessary that we continue
this prosperity under the admlnis- J
tratlon of that great leader, William ! i
McKlnley. (Applause.)
"You are here to-night to consider
this question of prosperity, although the
Democrats tell us that this Is not an
Issue; but It Is for this reason that I
come to speak to you this evening, for
prosperity Is always the paramount Issue.
Democracy Is seeking to raise a
dust to hide the free trade fallacy. Mr.
Bryan, who has placed himself on record
against the 'robber tariff,' Is now
chasing across the country trying to
hide that part of their platform with
the antl-expanslon plank.
"In 1892 the Democrats told you that
you were robbed by the tariff and they
held a convention at Chicago and
adopted an Insane platform and later
elected Cleveland. With fifty-five billions
of dollars of wealth at that time,,
they immediately brought the progress
and happiness of the country to a standstill.
Confidence departed, we could
not borrow money and the people were
Idle. That Is what It cost the worklngmen
for the amusement of electing
Mr. Cleveland. According to tho report
of President Gompers, of the Federation
of Labor, there were in 3893 o,000,0C0
men seeking employment. They paid
dearly for voting for Cleveland. You. my
Democratic friends, placed yourselves
In the same position with the Irishman
who went to a grocery to buy a bushel
of potatoes, and when he asked the
price was told by the groccryman that
they were 75 cents per bushel, whereupon
he exclaimed, "Begorry. and I
could buy them for 6 cents In Ireland."
This made the grocer mad nnd he asked
him why he didn't stay there, and who
sent for him. /Don't get mad," said the
Irishman, "and I will tell you why I
dldn'.t Htay there. It was because I
couldn't get tho job to earn the 6 cents."
"Mr. Bryan favors free trade and fifty
cent dollars, and if you elect him and
he places these principles Into operation
Industries will close while the soup
houses will open again. American business
will again be transferred to England.
"Hryan said In 1SDC that should McKlnley
bo elected the country would be
Idle. H;lv<? vnn iHIn? Te Vinr-r. ??
man who hns not work, If bo go out to
Kansas. whore the Union Pacific rail- ,
road Ik partially tied up for lack of employes
to do the work."
On Eellaire, as bo litany Other Democratic
Speakers Have Done. (
The Democrats had a parade at Bel- t
lalrp, with three brass bnnds In line,
and If they are Kind surely none of the '
prosperity advocates have any regret. 1
They ordered the full dinner pall em- j
ilpf'^ :
"'r Tl I I I ,
a death blow to th08e c
your avsTfia ;
it purifies your blooo. '
blem removed from the stand and
placed In Its stead a miniature house Inscribed
with increased rent. After the
parade a crowd gathered to hear Judge
Patrick, but the gentleman had failed
to put In an appearance and they mustered
In Marlon Hoffman, who was
chairman of the meeting and W. j3.
Francis, of Martin's Ferry. After these
had finished they gave a young man
named Ferris the chance of his life of
ter 11 o'clock at night and out of doors,
rhls generous chance to a young man
was embraced for only a few minutes
and the crowd broke up with a hooray!
Not Seriously Hurt.
A. R. Phillips, the railway |)08tal
:lerk, who was knocked out of his car
ay a telephone pole near Woodsfleld,
vas not seriously hurt. He was stunned
for a time, but recovered so that he
uade his run yesterday.
To St Cloirsville.
O. P. Mason, chairman of the Republican
city committee, at' Bellalre,
vlll take a wagon load to St. Clatrs?*llle
this morning, to secure their natjrallzatlon
papers. They meet at the
:lty hall at 8:30 o'clock.
Memorial Services.
There were memorial services held In
he First Presbyterian church, nt Belalre,
last night, for the martyred missionaries
In China. Revs. R. S. Coffey,
Charles M. Watson, 33. A. Simons, W.
V. TeWlnkle participated and a splenlld
choir furnished appropriate music
'or the occasion.
Visited Bellalre.
Sheriff S. S. Foreman, who Is a canlldate
for re-election, and John K. McFarland,
the candidate for recorder,
n'n^led with Bellalre voters this week.
Both will be with thelrtlckets and are
;ertaln of their calling and election
his year.
To Vote on Bonds.
Bellalre voters should not forget that
:hey are asked to authorize the issue of
'.2.1,000 In bonds for the building of new
school houses. Additional buildings
icem absolutely necessary for the ac:ommodntlon
of the increasing number
)f school children.
Congressman Gill.
Congressman Gill visited Bridgeport
ind St. Claliryflle yesterday on his
lurried trip to the larger centers of the
llstrlct and will spend the next two
veelc days nearer home.
Bellaire Briefs.
Miss Elizabeth 1 Nally, aged twenty)ne
years, daughter of Henry Nally,
lied at the home of her sister, on Rose
Hill, Thursday night, of pneumoila.
Funeral will occur to-morrow,
ivlth Interment at Mt. Zlon.
James Dolan, of New Castle. Pa.,
v111 leave ior nis pome lo-uay, auer a
pleasant visit with friends and relates
on Gravel Hill.
Miss Llllle Ault Is working in the
>mce of the Pittsburgh & Ohio Coal
Company, in place of Miss Andrey
bowler, resigned.
Mrs. S. Klrcher, of New Matamoros,
las returned homo, after a visit with
ler daughter, Mrs. J. H. Keys, of the
Fifth ward.
Miss Edith Reed has resumed her du:1ps
at the Bee Hive, after a two weeks'
.islt with relatives at Pittsburgh.
The Bow Knot Club will meet at the
lome of .Miss 'Beulah Smith on Union
?treet, Friday evening.
Miss Beatrice Henthorn has accepted
l position in the telephone central ofice,
at "Wcllsvillo.
Mies Althea Strahl Is spending a fewlays
with friends and relatives at Anr-ll.
Mrs. James Emery will leave next
veek for Tampa, Fla., to visit his son.
George Beam will succeed John Robb
is pattern maker at the steel works.
Miss Dora Kinney Is spending a few
lays with relatives nt Pittsburgh.
Edward Moore has returned from a
.'islt to friends at St. Clalrsville.
Mrs. Lena George is building an addllon
to her house on Rose IIlll.
W. A. Schramm was at East Liver>ool
yesterday4, on business.
Mrs. J. C. Wilkinson is seriously ill at
ler home on Gravel Hill.
Dr. E. N. RIggs, of Powhtan, was In
he city yesterday.
Hon. E. B. Armstrong was In town on
justness Thursday.
Mrs. H. Mathlng, of Shadyside, is
lerioualy ill.
Presented With a Flag.
Mrs. Thomas Seals and daughter, Mrs.
)llle Hannan, Mrs. Margaret Powell
ind Mrs. Ollle Boston, of Bridgeport,
lave presented the McKlnley and
Roosevelt club with a handsome Amercan
flag, which was accepted on belalf
of the club by President J. E.
[Yueman. The club highly appreciates
he kindness of the ladles.
Firo Department Meets.
A regular meeting of the tire departnent
of Bridgeport was held last evenr.g
at their hose house. Little other
han routine business was transacted.
Several new members were taken Into ,
he department to fill the vacancies of
several who had been expelled for nonittendance.
Mrs. Reineck Entertains.
Mrs. R. B. Relneck very delightfully
intertalned frleni's yesterday at her
lomc on North Third street In Martin's
'erry. Jn me arternoon irom the
lours of 2 to 5 she was at home to her
ady friends only and" in the evening
eeelved her gentlemen and lady
rlends from 7 to 11. About 150 guests
ailed during the afternoon and even- i
ng. I
Birthday Party.
S. J. Robinson, Jr., ; entertained n.
lumber of friends bust evening at the '
esldence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
5. G. Robinson, at Martin's Ferry, In 1
he honor of his eleventh birthday. ,
^.bout thirty young couple were pre.v
nt and a most enjoyable evening was 1
ipent by all.
W. C. T. U. Meeting. i
A regulnr meeting of the Woman's ,
hrlcllan Temperance Union of Marin's
Ferry will be held at the residence
if Mrs. Hubert R. Kerr, on Tenth ,
treet, Tuesday afternoon. The county '
resident and necretary will ho pres- <
nt and kIvo a talk of .10 minutes each. >
Vll members are requested to be presnt.
Excavation Completed. (
The work of excavating and grading !
in Jncquet street In Klrkwood, the
horoUKhfnre over which many dlsnitcs
have originated, will he completed
o-day. Work of laying the" bricks will f
I Best
Shoulder Brace
Finest Sho
tl mm . niciAuutN's
1313, 1320
be commenced Monday and' will be
pushed rapidly to completion.
Deaconesses Meet.
A mooting of the directors of the new
deaconesses* home at Bridgeport was
held yesterday afternoon. Much business
pertaining to the new Institution
came up before that body, consequently
the session was a lengthy one.
Cochran on the Stump.
Judge John B. Cochran, of Martin's
Ferry, la doing'effective work for the
Republican party on the other side of
the river. He has made several
speeches In the past few days and his
been greeted by large crowds. He Is
scheduled for two addresses to-day,
one at Captlna Creek this afternoon
and at Powhatan this evening.
Portland Meeting.
The meeting at Portland last evening
under the auspices of the Republl- | '
cans of that place was a howling sue- |
cess. Large crowds were present from
the surrounding towns and much interest
was manifested In the meeting:, i
A street parade occupied the earlier J
part of the evening and several clubs j
from this vicinity were present.
Bridgeport Club at Portland.
The McKlnley and Roosevelt marchinch
club of Bridgeport took part in
the Republican demonstration at Portland
last evening. The club wrfs out
strong with about 80 men in line and
was given a hearty welcome all over
the line of march. This is,one of the ;
crack clubs of the over-the-rlver cities.
Rally Meeting.
A rally meeting will be hold to-day
at the Mt. Zlon Baptist church at
Bridgeport. The meeting .is given by '
the Baptist churches of this city, Martin's
Ferry, Bellalre and Bridgeport.
Morning, afternoon and evening sessions
will be held and large crowds are
expected to be in attendance.
Bridgeport Briefs.
Bridgeport Lodge No. 181, A. F. & A. i
M., will hold a regular meeting Mon- '
day evening and all members are re- i
quested to be present. 1
Miss Ella Gilbert, who has been the
KUUSL ul ri-iaiiv t-b in uiio tnj iui u. iu\>
days, left yesterday for her home at
Compiler, Ohio. '
J. L. Heed, Republican candidate for
Infirmary director, of Belmont, Ohio,
was calling on friends In the city yes- ]
terday. ?
Mrs. T. B. Smith returned last cv- '
enlng from a month's visit with friends
at St. Louis, Mo., and points In Illinois. '
The ladles of the Baptist church will <
give a chicken supper at the church
this evening.
A. G. McLaughlin has returned from
a few days' business trip at East Llv- , s
erpool, Ohio. j J
. Infirmary Director Jefferson Brown
was a business visitor in the city yes- | I
terday. j
John T. Harris, of New Athens, Is J
the guest of friends In this city. 1
Martin's Ferry Briefs.
The funeral of Oliver Wilkinson will
take place this morning at 10 o'clock
from the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Manspcaker, on First street.
The remains will be taken to Mt. Pleasant
for interment.
Mrs. John Lisby and family left yesterday
for "Waynesburg, Pa., where they
wlllmake their future home. Mr. Lis- r
by has been employed at that placc for i
several months. '
An Important meeting of the McKlnley
and Roosevelt club will be held at J c
Scheehlc'# hall Monday evening and It 1
Is Important that all members be pres- {
A. G. Shaver, Misses Lizzie Bell and j
Agnes anavcr leave next Wednesday
morning for San Diego, Cal., where they *
will make their future home.
The M. A. Hanna club leave this ev- \
enlng for Sistersvllle to take part In i
the Republican street demonstration. (
Mrs. Bartz, of Des Moines, Iowa, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. B. Rol- | ,
neck, on North Third street. i ?
The J. J. GUI club goes to Pittsburgh
to-day to take part in the daylight
demonstration at that pla,ce.
Marshal Charles Ervln was in Steu- bonvillo
yesterday testifying in the
Cramblett murder ense. t j-^
Ralph Smylle goes to Pittsburgh to- \
day to witness the big Republican | ,
demonstration. I i
J 1
The marks at C p. m. showed 2 feet f
and falling. Weather, cloudy and cool, 'j
To-day's packets, F. A. Goebel for ,
Clnrlngton at 3:30 p. m. and the Tele- 1
phone for Matamorns at 11 a. m.
The snag-boat Levi passed down yes- *
torday at 2:30 p. m. after pulling out .
iomf snags in the river above Wheel- t,
InG. f
River Telegrams. ?
nTT. PI TV?Tifx'of 1 ? ?--? - -
.... ? ........ uuwict anu v
rising. Weather, clenr and cool
dUEENSBORO-Rlver 6 feet C*Inches s
inJ stationary. Fair and pleasant.
MORGANTOWN?River 7 feet and T
stationary. Weather, clear and cooler >
BROWNSVILLE?River 6' feet 6 J
nehes and stationary. >
PITTSBURGH?River 2.2 feet and >
stationary. Weather, clear and plcasint.
STEUBENV1LLE?River 2 feet and
'nlllng. Clear and warm. r
"LITTLE Colds" neglected ? tJtftu- w
iinda of liven sacrificed every year. Dr *
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures little
:ol<la?cure big colds too. down to the v
,'cry verge of consumption. > t
? ? t
Wonted In Pittsburgh. v
Telflgrnma from Plttubursh nrc cntllnc r
'or HtrMincrnplieru fit xalnrlrs ranrlnr ..
irtwir.n >15 ftnil JTfi n month. ' }
ELLIOTT SCHOOL, 1S18 Market Street,
? n
MY lino of Overcoating nnil SuUlnRB ?
ire alwayn of the choicest patterns J
c. w. BEAnmaiiT's son.
DEN'S. , . ;
iS 4 Sc.;
wider Braccs
i and boys, a perfect filling brace thai
nmended by doctors, a brace that is
ed to support the back, straighten the
rs, expand the chcst ind make the
stronger. It's the very best 75c
r brace, but our price for all sizes is
tuiliiiii) urtsyj uuuw)
, 1322 Market Street, Wheeling.
Is fitting Trusses. Braces, Abdomlna!
Belts, etc. ,We make It a study, and always
try to give you the best gooda foi
your money. No goods leave our hous<
that, the purchaser does not know exactly
what ho Is buying, and our guarantee It
tack of them. We fit both the expensive
and cheaper kind without extra charge,
You get tho best goods at tho lowest
prices irom un.
Tenth and Main Sts.
eafness cured or no pay.
c. it. rowan. Milwaukee, Wis. no3*
Separate up-stalrs dwelling, containing
G rooms and bath room and
hall, No. 22 Tenth street?$25.
Real Estate and Loans. 10f>5 Main Strcyt.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Wheeling Railway Company is
hereby called for the Cth day of December,
1900. at 10 o'clock a. in. The placo of the
meeting will be the otllco of the company,
National Exchange Bank building., wheeling.
West Virginia. By order of a majority
of the Board of Directors.
ocTS | Secretary.
....FOR SALE....
Property 2000 Chapllne street, one of the
be.st location^ In the city for a M. D.
Property 111 and 113 Fourteenth street;
substantial Investment.
Property 103, .105 mul 107 Thirty-third
street; will puy'12%% clear, and easy
8-roomed dwelling 158 North Front street,
lot 50x4(0. $3,500. You could not build a
tiouse for leso, lot thrown in. It's in good
surety bonds furnished.
Go ^ iwit h i national exchanqe
? OlTllIIi( bank building.
Fourteenth street rosldence, 7 rooms.
muucrii, vsij uhi;u|?.
Chnpllno' street residence, between
rwentleth and Twenty-second streets, ut
x big bargain this week.
North Main street residence, S rooms,
modern; cheap.
Leatherwood residence, S rooms, with
ivery convenience; large lot; at a bargain.
Mon?y to loan on property.
Fire Insurance a specialty. L.
Successor to Rolf & Zane, No. SO Four:eenth
Street. Ofllce 'Phone 565. Residence'
Phono 63 Elm Grove.
For Rent
Store room No. 2251 Market street; low
rent; possesion November 15.
S rooms, hall, both gases, No. 102 South
Front .street; river view.
5-room house No. 126 Elm street at $12.
5-room house No. 041 McColloch ntroct.
3 rooms In rear No. 1121 McColloch St.
3 rooms on Llnd street.
3 rooms on Vine street at 56.50.
2 rooms near Thirty-first St., rent 53.50.
Furnished room No. 40 Eighteenth St.
Money to loan?5500 to 35,000.
Fire insurance a specialty.
Telephone 936. ' No. 42 FourteenUi St.
2 fine office rooms, most desirable and
;hcap. In Masonic Temple. Including light,
l'.-at and Janitor service.
0 rooms second lloor 1502 Jacob street.
Building lot on Llnd street.
Building lot on East McColloch stroet.
52,500 lor two-story brick No. 914 Market
itreet, frame cottage of 4 rooms In rear
it' lot.
J2.&K) for framo dwelling. 8 rooms, good
:ellnr; % ncre of ground, small fruits of
til kinds; near Elm .Grove; 5 minutes'
vail; from motor line.'
Double two-story brick house and lot,
iorner Baker and 'McColloch street*.
1 building lot. Park View. 50x1 M. r>no.
A grocery business, with postoflico am!
:cal estate. National road and railroad
itation; n line chance for someone.
1 building lot on Llnd street, JiV).
Telephone 517.
Wheeling, . . . . W. Va.
....FOR RENT....
desirable rcnldence at Elm Grove, all
modern conveniences of gas, electrlo
llcht and water.
L Dusch property.
Co. liJi Seventeenth street, 2 rooms?$5.
so. S527 Chapllne street, 2 rooms?IS.
Co. .12 Sixteenth street, cellar?510.
so. 110 Virginia strcot?}10.
ISackamlth 6hop on Market street, north
of Twenty-fourth street.
Inlldlnu on alloy in rear of Gennanla
Half Dollar Savings Bank.
itoro and dwelling on Eighteenth street,
"wo six-roomed houses, MoundsvlUe. W.
?he&pest lot in Belvedere addition; lays
well; fronts on two streets and on alley;
price ?12J.
so. I'S and No. HO South York street, a bargain
for 30 days. i
so. 1123 Charies ptreet.
so, 21 Marvland ntrect. I
s'o. 2G Fifth street.
3round CO feet mpmro on Eighteenth St. ,
-roomed house on Main street.
Co. 52 Sixteenth street, store room.
D rooms and cellar will be sold cheap If
sold In the next .10 days.
!tor? rnrtm nnrt ilu?'
Int. * Koort location, wl't'h an old es^ !
tnblhlicd trad*.
.ot en Houth Front etrcet,
?o. 92 MnJn Btr^t.
?'o. 412 Main utrvrt.
Jo. t!0 North Front street.
?o. J2 Sixteenth ntreet, Htore room and JO
teal Entntc Anents, CoUcctor, Notary |
Public and 1'onMon Asem, No. 1612
MnIn >trect. _
12-room brick residence, lot SO foot front,
cry desirable property. On Chapllno
tr*"t, between Twenty-rtrst and Twontyhtrd.
A special price for a few days.
12-rontn brick residence, all modern oonenhnces;
on ^hapllnc streot, between
levonth and Fourteenth.
K-room. tiro-ntory frnmr, modern 1mrov?'menlK;
on South Front street; rents
or I2.ri per month: price J5.W0.
Iluslncss proporty on Market and Main
No. 1163 Market Street.
SlturiHona Wutti
II .Molp Wonted*
1 v For Rent
I Cent Fors"'?' ,
B VV" Etc., Etc., Etc,
| *1 The One Cent i
|| &?* Word Column of tb?
i II f ^.4 Intelligencer Brlati
1 Wflffl Quick Heturm om
| IfVtw Small 'Investment*
I W run n? news agents on rallrovl
| trains; must thave410. cash *ocurltv. i.
a piy or nuua-M u.MU.> -NEWS CO.. R 4
I q. Depot, _NVhocllnsu\V.J/a.
1 VV CIENT. omcc man: one urho tu
1/ take Jin Intereat in business jirefcrrt?
, give reference and state ability In antt?
Address A.; care Intelligencer olHce. mi
\\ LY understands the retail lumta
tuslness. State experience and wascju,
pectod. Good position for right wrtjr. Ad.
ilreps K.. care Intclllgettecr ofllce. oca
Salesmen wanted to sellocj
goodf by sample to wholesale unln.
tail trade. We are the largest and orto
manufacturers in our line in the worli
Liberal salary paid. Address CAN-DKr
MFG. CO.._Savunnah, Ga.
Wanted?experienced and ex
l. RGETIC ?ale.?men to sell thewd
; known Dleterlchs Valve-Oleum Lubo.
eating Oils to the cotisumlnK trade ?
I comml#plon. Apply to DIHTF.P.ICHI
1 nniliHi:tr. Cleveland. Ohio. fca
"agents wanted" "
improved gasoline lamp; sells yre
slcht; beats electricty; cheaper thankero-B
' gone; retail 11.00 up; 12 illrferfnt ?
cxcluslvo territory/ STANDARD LaS
CO.. Manufacturer?), Chicago. n&E
rpraveling Salesman avantq
JL by established .house. No technic
knowledge necessary, but simply 15
around .hustler of pood appearance $
address. First-class line. Special to
tract. Entire time required, ucferetcti
I3ox Three. Detroit. Mich. sal'
/ writes to prepare for traveling; Q
monthly and "expenses. Send felf-addrto.
ed envelope. PRESIDENT MacBlUDl
35 G Dearborn. Chicago. ' tsff
V* man for traveling position; 0
monthly and expenses. Permanentto^
man. References required. Enclose ie&
addressed envelope for reply. BECR5TARY
CARD. 356 Dearborn. Chicago. 1
house, extending business in thlm
lion, wants to arrange with capablani
of correct habits to manage brnnoh. Si
ary $1,500 yearly. Extra commlaisa
Must furnish $S00 and satisfactory rrfs-.
ences. Opportunity, Drawer 71. NtwHv
von. Conn. <*T
O JL weekly salary paid direct fra
oillce; expenses extra commission* Capable
men and women to repress: u
appointing agents; rapid proraotloa ci [
Increase salary. New brilliant 1!^ E&
BUTLER & ALGER. New Haven, Co:t ||
"Spr'ngfleld." one of the finest farr!&|?
the Shennndoah Valley. 3 miles from Be-jS*
ryvllle, Clarko county, Virginia p)aat^ 1|
w. v. HOGE,
City Bank Building, Market Street, |
"Wheeling, W. Va. Eft
303NTD3: BOrJIDSif'
First-class Coupon Bonds are better la
Investment than Real Estate Mortxapi Ek
They are safe, convenient and pay ??1 Ig
Interest. 1 offer at the present time Sue* ^
l.t th-Evans Glass Company i Brw ft
Trl-State Gas Company 6 Bond!, M*
tlonal Glass Company G 9c Bonds im
Cleveland Water Company C T? Bonis ij $1
prices netting the Investor from 5 a, ti l yr.
c,'c. Write for particulars, BOBERTu
HALL. Member Pittsburgh Stock u- gj
change. No. 331 Fourth Ave., Plttibum. ?,<
Pa. Long distance telephone, No. 3m
No. 22 Maryland street, dwelling,
No. Indiana street, frame dwelling r.
A number of desirable building leuca tv/
the Wheeling & Elm Grove motor p %%',
A desirable brick dwelling at N*3 k\t
Thlrt"?>nth street.
Business property on Mnln street.
Mrs. Lamb's residence at Echo Pot-A hv>
rare .opportunity to sccurc a horr.f. r.\:
A Wood.sdale residence, all modern en* Sk
No. 7t% Fourteenth St., brick dKeHW ||j
Room 4 City Blink Building, Wind"*, ||
Manufacturers' Light & Heat Co. wjj
Steubenvllle, Mingo & Ohio Valley Tr-P
tlon Co. * -v;
Moundsvllle, Bcriwood & Wheeling ^ $
way Co.
Wheeling Steel & Iron Co.
Whltnkcr Iron Company. 3
Belmont Electric Light St Tower ten- fo
Industrial Stocks bought and soW"*?61 m
on the New York Stock ExchangeHOWARD
Wheeling Steel & Iron Co. t
Wheeling & Belmont Bridge Co.
Wheeling Bridge Co.
Wheeling Pottery Co.
Riverside Pottery Co.
* ? x Ami HlOlt' I?
ii. lew cnoice o per nem
gnge bonds.
10 Nat. Exchango Bank iMg^,
\Vo offer for sftlo at pnr and ?ccnIf $
Interest a limited nunU"'r 01
First MorUntff 20 Vfnr
.t Per Cent Gold lloncJs. ^ a
These bonds court tho
ligation, nre amply proiectfu ? a
ly reeommondrd ??v B
i-or further detail* and fid' ?"
l.irs wrlto or call on
I?. Exchange
TVI^plnnie . ? ?
Wo offer for ?>nio Ate
cont first mortj{A/<* t,on
have examined the wcurW
hint! those bond* and *4C5,.nrt
ommcncl thcni vrlth con ' p
to Inventor*.
TArtlculnrs upon nrP?cal W
The City &nk i
i of-Wheeling. I

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