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She questioned him cl o. but no secret As v sat in the s' tn t s- tho r. With rare wisdom. to asi IP h i hai .'.s or faults winch in subse quent years Hut (horse ht was s k. ui i allayed a : her fears \ • i doubt < for the up ' - o-ntofrow “Now. Geor«e. do you gamble. me question came low And distu h miglv understand. “No. Ethel. i don't, but t ought to just now. . , ... Eor I'm holding a beautiful han't. *Twas u tiitimph of ’dus. It tan t ■* de !>t rfah i u» ’ i •• 5 quickly gar *n I her - ■ ve to one And wilted away on hi >reast. — I »it I'Tee Press. HERE have not durlns the P33* six days, ami in deed it would S' era that the sea year later than usual. Many of the social enter git n for chari table or religious benefits, but they are i. s njo abl • tor that reason. No.r t! it t: re no dot ? o' the Im : t in b t.-int -a circles, church a d ij will K-more nmner t a for a long time. There are ( car r planned to be given be t <ji ;-» r. able for the nuptial which 9 tnki‘ place. The 1 Its winter pro V r. Ttiti u r.l over .he list of prne T ive enter inniouts will certainly t a pi ir >nle anticipation on t ; art o’ :»;• i sons who are on the z t il. h re "tittle Club will give it« or>or.iri: 1 11 during th early part of Novt mhor. a 1 It 1 lik* !y that the i a in of t * Carroll Club will take ili: -. that mouth or the first j- ?r. The Fort Henry . wiU : utertaia before the hoi E N I'I1TAINMENTS. ■.. a t your yard. I don't 1 c - : I m*. t him. I have to HVRSPAY evening ' T v at the residence of Misses Laura and - • . i ielen Caldwell, on North Main street. V a number of young f ■ —- -V people gathered to form a social erg tu ition for the win ter season. The me< ting was well at tended. and all were enthusiastic over the propose 11 »v>. The party at once resolved i: •*’f i: o a societv to be known as Th- Whc llng Club. Mr. A. s»n president, with ■veil as treasurer. Id bi-ir.onthly at the b1 tries oi the i nl • Killmeyer will furnish the i n for the cltt*> enter tK' raenr-. Them m; er» can entertain either with dancing or cards. The first meeting Will b* held November 2nd. at the home of Mr. (5 ■ ge Norton, in Id aaant V.dh • . wli . ■ ho will enter tain with da: : g party. The mem bers are Misse M&tne Grubb. Eleanor Wright Laura (Tidwell. Dorothy Pat terson, Mary Moffat. Lydia Good. Flor eu ? Atkinson. R >:e Rlee.H^len Cald "*‘H. \ rgirda Hr rison. Todd Baird. Hen ietta Rite n. y irthn List, Ma 1 ! Brown. B< .ie Patterson. Mary B.dl Howell v u the Ott, Mary Pauli. Laura Dal II: M rs. Arthur John son. Morgan > il! r. Will Bates. Hal | Hughes, Laureno- Wheat, l^atane Mc l.uit Hurry O t. Will Wilson. Will j Burke. Will Brice. Arch Moffat. Lucius Hoge, Bob McCabe. IVon Merrtman. Morgan Hart. <•• >ri:e Norton. Caldwell Mob \ Will Turner, and Frank Water hous \ • * * At a ••'cent n- 'ing o? the Spinster Club, at the home of one of the most pupul.tr members, it was decided to ad it t a ft v i ersons tf he club. As a re s it. Mis i Sue Caldwell. Gertrude i Fr. ices Jordan and Lily Vvnce v re ni de m-mibe; The club will be • laud at the home of Miss Nancy 1 sher. on Fourt 'titia street, next Thursday evening. Among the number of young ladle? who will shortly visit the city, none Will tc n>or> v Iconic than Miss Mary I v, i ui. hi r i h — O. S. Long, of ( ''..rP-ston. As it has been a number c < rs since Miss L visited in A\ h> cling, her coming will afford much pi- l are to her rut ay friends. While she will V the mu -t of Misses J irtha and Sue Caldw* ‘ 1. on Sixteenth street. * • • '.’rs. Col. W W. Arnett pleasantly tr.u tanu d a number of friends, at her h'.me on Fifteenth street, at whist. Wednesday evening. « • • L. ‘ Tuesday morning at five o’clock at ttv home of Mr. Guy R. C. Allen, on Fifteenth street. Mr. George W. Hannan and Miss Kate A. Bray were united in marriage in the preseuce of but a few relativ s and intimate friends. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. IA. B. Rlker. pastor of the Fourth gyrfej. M. L. Church. After discuss ing a wedding breakfast, the newly wedded pair were driven to the B. c.- 0. ' dt pot, where they took a train for the Fast, for a brief honeymoon tour. Up on their return they will make their residence at l! home of Mr. Hannan, on South Cha aline street. Notwith standing the quietness of the ceremony the bride and groom received a number of handsome gifts from their friends, including a co-tly silver service from the employes of the Jefferson Iron Works, which is under lease by the La Belle Company, sad managed by Mr. Hannan. The bride is an estimable and very popular young lady. Friends of both exiei: i warm congratulations and best wishes. » * * The opening dance of the Beethoven Singing Society, was given Monday eve ning in its hail, corner Main and Four teenth streets, and was a complete suc cess. « * * The ladies’ aid society of the Pres byterian church, of Martins Ferry, is making arrangements for the second of heir series o; entertainments which will be given in the room now occupied bv Meadlev's dry goods store, Friday, November 8. It will be a literary and musical entertainment by home talent. • • * Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, of Jefferson street. eeU ebrated the sixth anniversary of their manage by entertaining several couple of their friends. The evening was spent In a ver: enjoyable manner, and an elegant supper was served at a sea sonable hour. • * * The city band o! Moimdsville gave Mr. Jotc'ph G ' i a reception Monday evening, which was a very enjoyable affair, throughout. Mr. Garbesi baa 1 oL n leader o.‘ the band for some time, and is about to leave for Massachusetts, to make his fu are home in that State. The affair was a complete surprise to th^ guest of honor. A pleasing feature was an excellent supper which was served. Mr. Garbesi will take with him the best wish* / with the persons with whom he has been associated. Th? second session of the Married People’s Euchre Club, was held op Friday afternoon at the home of Mru Charles Burdette Hart, at Echo Point. There was a lull attendance? present and f ■ •«* hours • re spent with the wily pusti board At the conclusion of the game a dainty lench was served, and prizes awarded. The first prize, a leather shawl strap mounted with sil ver wa.- c ptu ed by Mrs. Andrew V. Wilson. The -■ « ocd prize, a painting o.’ Queen Louh-o, on satin. feU to Mrs. A. F. Hustead. The chib will be en tertain' <1 ir. tv i weeks by Mrs. Robert J. Rood and Mrs. Ott Carothers. * * * Tbur-day af rnoon. a’ th? home ot Mrs. Williams. on the Island, a quiet but very pr -y and interesting wed ding ceremony was performed, in which th happy principals were Mrs. Will iams' wlneomt an 1 accomplished da ugh** r. Ms \rn . and Mr. Harry Dunn, the popular jeweler a* Lukens & Higgin-. The officiating minister was the R’v. Dr. A. B. Rik?r. who perform ed the ceremony according to the beau tiful ritual of the M. E. Church. A number of invited guests were present, in 1 they shower'd congratulations and l> *t w: ■he* upon ti > n wly married p: ir . i ■'Fid- i 1 iving many more sub stantial evidences of their esteem. Af t-r partaking cf an excellent dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn departed on au ex tended tour of the Eastern cities. * * * Thp Mh • 'i Tt —bor hospitably enter tain 1 a rum.. r of their friends front this city and Martin’s Ferry Thursday evening " th *ir homy on the Island. The ev. . ag v. s pi > >santly passed with th-* aid of th? customary social diver sions. * « • The members of ‘he Christian En ieat t Sari tv of the English Lutheran Church were pleasantly entertained Thursday evening by Miss Nettie Lr :*>l . her I: me. on South Chapline stre-1 Addre- were made by Misse Kate Ritter and Beulah Hunter ou the work of the organization, and after a brief cm id.ratten of various business m.r ts, the r nainder of the evening was given up to social enjoyment. Miss Ur ■ .•he proving herself a charming hostess. An v.ellent luncheon was served about eleven o’clock. • • * Th Polo Club gxve a very succo ?ful bop Thursday evening, for which Prof. Forsythe furnish the music. • * * A large audi nee of musical persons ass rr.l I In Egerter Hall Friday even ing a. the concert given by Miss? Isabel Henry, and manifested its appreciation of the artistic r rit of the different numbers upon the prrgramrae by giv ing the perform rs unstinted applause. Am^ng the musicians who contributed to the < : ■•■ ’'S of 10 affair wa- Mrs. Flora Williams. Miss Bess Taylor and Messrs. Charles Zul «uf. H. W. Hughes. Arch Taylor ar. l Will B. Day. • • * Mr. and Mrs. George Adams gave a delightful dinner party to a number of friends at their suburban residence Thursday evening. * • * The Island Shakespeare Club has re organized for the winter and will give a number of entertainments of the nature which proved popular last season. The tlrst production, which is now be ing rehearsed, will be "Two Gentlemen I of Verona.” It will bo produced at the home of Mrs. W. D. McCoy, ca North Front street. * * * The ladies of the Island have deter mined to give a supper this week for the benefit of th" fern' company. • * * Mis? Carrie Jones very pleasantly en tertained a party of her friends at her home on the South Side Friday even ing. The hours passed very pleasantly iu dancing, cards and kindred diver sions. and an excellent supper was served at the usual hour. * * * The Misses Floio entertained a party of friends at their home on Sixteenth street Friday evening, with dancing and related soci » rnv’sements. • * * Miss Gertrude Bishop was at home to a genial party of her young friends Fri day evening, at her home on North Fifth street. Martin's Ferry. The usual social diversions occupied the time of the guests until midnight, when they discussed an excellent collation. * * * There will be a supper and bazaar given by two companies of workers, the • Silver Seekers” and the “Earnest Tea," at Westwood’s hall. November 1st and 2d. for the benefit of the Wesley M. E. Church. Everybody is welcome. Postal cards have been sent out by Mr. Charles Lamb, treasurer of the Assembly Committee, for a meeting to be held a: the McLure House on Tues day evening for the purpose of organ izing and arranging for the winter As sembly dances. * * * Mr. B. K. McMeehen pleasantly en tertained a number of friends from Piffburg, at the Fort Henry Club, yes terday. ♦ * * Miss Isabel M. Houser has issued in vitations for a piano recital to be given on the evening of the 30th inst., at the music rooms of Milligan, Wilkin & Co. Miss Houser will be assisted by Mrs. Flora Williams, soprano, and Mr. Charles Zulauf. basso. NEARBY TOWNS. Summer hays are golden, skies are fair and bright: Hearts ar.- title i with sunshine, thrilled by love’s delight: Listen, little sweetheart, all I ask is this. Do you love mo darling? answer with a kiss. ISSES Tillie and Josie LIpphardt of Martto’3 Ferry en tertained about 12 couples of their friends last Thurs day evening at their home on the Heights. The usual social amusements were indulged in un til a late hour when an elegant repast was served. * ¥ * The Oriental string band of Martin’s Frrry was uitertainod last Thursday ! evening at the home of Miss Nellie Barber of Wheeling. * * * Friday evening Miss Gertrude Bis hop of Martin’s Ferry entertained a number of her friends in a most pleas ant manner at her home on North Fifth strest. Eight ccuples were pres ent ami they spetu the evening in var j ions social amusements. At the proper I hour an appetizing luncheon was ! served. * * * Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams of Jefferson street Martin’s Ferry, entertained quite a number of their friends in honor of the sixth an nivor-ary of their marriage. Refresh ments of a tempting nature were served | during the evening. • * * The Kintr's Daughters ef the Martin’s Ferry Presbyterian Church gave a mu sical and literary entertainment Friday evening which was a complete success in every respect. * • m A number of employes of the Fosto rla glass factory in Moundsville, gave an enjoyable dance at the glass house j ! last night. * * * The ladies of Blaine Circle G. A. R. gave a supper at the Moundsville Opera i House Friday evening, which was one ' of the social events of the week in that . city. * * • A “hard times” social will be given Friday evening in Fulton, for which unique invitations have been issued. Fines will be assessed upon all who wear jewelry. • • • Tuesday evening :he Presbyterian Church at Cameron was the scene, cf j a beautiful wedding, the contracting partis being fir. D. C. Harkins, a prominent yvung business man of the town, and Mi?s Flora, the accomplished daughter of Dr. J. C. Duncan. Rev. S. T. Montgomery officiated. The bride entered the church to the beautiful strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, piayed by Miss Minnie Proud fc3t. of Baltimore. >he was dressed in white silked, trimmed in pearls and old I ’ And carried a bequetof MarchelNeil i roses. Miss Anna Duncan, sister of,the bride, was her maid, and wore cream Albatross, trimmed in ribbon, and car- ; ried white carnations. Miss Alberta I Hootoa, of Baltimore, was maid cf lion- j — or. and wore wbi o organdie over pink silk, and carried La France rcs&s. The best man was Mr. Chas. Duncan, of Wheeling, brother of the bride. The groom entered the church attended by | his brother, Mr. J. H. Harkins. The j ushers were Mr. D. W. McConaughey and Mr. D. W. Stewart. After the cer emony a reception was held at the home of the bride, on High street. The pres ents were numerous and handsome, among them a handsome onyx clock, presented by 'the choir, cf which the bride was organist, and the groom a prominent member. PERSONALS. tVhlsper It low, whisper it low; Whisper of love, ns you did long ago; Yes, whisper it low, whisper it low; Tell me you love me still, whisper it low. Misses Mamie Grubb, Lydia Good, Eleanor Wright and Messrs. Hal Hugh es and Will Brice returned during the past week from Graysville, 0., where where they had been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Deleplaine. Mrs. Will Deleplaine, of Graysville, Ohio, passed through the city yesterday en route for Charleston, where she will join her husband, who has been there several days. They will be the guests of Governor and Mrs. W. A. MacCor kle. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Glessner are in New York City. .Miss Ethel Branon has gone to Wash ington City to visit her cousin, Miss McAuley. Mrs. Clarke Hamilton. Jr., left yes terday for Covington, Kv., where she will be the guest of Miss Minnie Wal thall. Mrs. Zanna Frasher Gibson, who has been visiting in Pittsburg has returned I home. Miss Sue Wright is down from Beth I any College spending a few days with [ her mother. Miss Louise Reid, of Huntington, is the guest of relatives on the Island. Mrs. Alice Birch, who has been visit ing her sister, Mrs. McLeod, at New Lisbon, 0., has returned to her mother’s, Mrs. Astley, No. 912 Market street. Miss Olie Rice, a charming young lady of North Market street, left during the week for Huntington, where she will make her future home. Air. Henry Bartels and his daughter. Aliss Marv Bartels, of the Island, are in Washington. Pa., to-day, visiting rela tives and friends. They will return to morrow. Airs. Mary A. Powell, of New Castle, I who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. McKnight, on the Island, has re turned home. The Misses Ellery, of 2336 Chaplin? street, have returned to their home, after spending the summer at Mountain Lake Park. AMUSEMENTS. That charming and ever welcome ac tress, Mario Wainwright, will be the attraction at the Opera House on Tues day and Wednesday, October 29 and 30. On Tuesday Miss Wainwright will be seen for the first time here as Constance in Sheridan Knowles’ most famous comedy, "The Love Chase,” which will be superbly costumed in the style o’ Charles II. Wednesday wil be devoted to the new society drama of "Life in New York City To-day.” by Florence Schoeffel. Nathaniel Hartwlg is still the leading man. and the company has been greatly strengthened by the ad dition of those admirable players Car ton Hill and Hattie Rursell. CAMILLE D’ARVILLE. An exchange 'says in a notice of a re cent performance of the Camille D’Ar ville Opera Company, which comes to the Opera House for ono night only Monday evening: Amidst all this and above the glamor of the footlights. Miss Camille D’Arville appears as a star. The actress has been seen and heard here before, but never to such advantage. Her voice is j full, sweet, and flexible: her acting is that of an artist. She won many encomiums. The paternal gentleman who appeared by her 'side in the first act. and the amorous youthful lover who is there in the last, is the same Au brey Boucicault, who is indeed trans planting his father as an actor-vocalist, ft is worth going several miles to see Miss Marie Dressier enact the role of Mary Doodle. If you were a man you would take chances as her 'seventh husband. The Hollins sisters are not given opportunity to show how clever they are. but pretty as ever. Mr. Mc Laughlin's basso more than once "brought down the galleries." while Mr. George C. Boniface. Jr., was a doc tor who made everyone hungry for more of him. grand opera house. The stars of the vaudeville stage are the artists that contribute to the suc cess of the many farce caruedles ex tant. and “OTIoolihan's Masquerade," should certainly be one of the best, as it numbers among the artists such well known vaudeville performers as Gal lagher and West. W. B. Watson and Jeanette Dupre, and many others. This notorious attraction will be presented at the Grand Opera House October 31st and November 1st and 2d. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. The sale of the Lewis Jones property has beeu adjourned until next Saturday, November 2d. This property is sit uated on the highest ground on the Island, has all the modern improve ments. beautiful grouuds. etc. It is a great opportunity to purchase a fine home at a bargain._ See our siock of Haviland China, and compare our prices with ethers. DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHER CO. >PF. IAL B 4RGAIN8. Colored piece Velvet*, all Silk. 65c, worth Stl.'i.V Hotter grades accordingly. Lacing and Hutton Kid Gloves, Mack and colors. 75c. worth SiVABACKER'S. We import Haviland China direct, and sell at lowest prices. DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHER CO. /*> ^ Millinery of a high class L> Hi CL l oux specialty, Marsdeu L. Co; vis. I J1S J A Glass Works to bo Located at Bridgeport, If an Effort to Be Made To-Morrow Evening to Organize a Coni piny is Successful—Fine Ware to be Made. Bridgeport is to have another glass house in the near future, which will manufacture nothing except the finest kind of decorated ware. The leaders of the affair are James L. Higgin3 and Pearcey Beaumont, of 'the Island. A meeting will bo held to-morrow even ing for the purpose of organizing a company. The old clock factory just north of Koehnline’s crossing is the location in view far the works. Providing the Company can be organized to-morrow evening, which it no doubt will, and work will begin at once putting the clock factory in good condition and fit ting it out as a glass factory. Nothing but fine decorated ware will be made, and this they will have a ready sale for, as they have 'the prom •ise of several large dealers in glassware, iwhosay they will take all the ware they can manufacture. The above project will no doubt be a “go,” as the leaders of it have studied matters over very carefully before taking the step. it. & O. Excursion to Atlanta In addition to the season and twenty day excursion tickets to Atlanta, the B. & O. R. R. Co. will sell ten day excur sion tickets October 26, November 5. 15 and 25, December 5 and 16, at $18.40. For further information apply to B. & 0. Agents. Special bargains in Diamonds at II. E Hillman & Co ABOUT PEOPLE. Dally Chronicle of the Movements of la ll victuals. Prof. McGee, musical director ait ths State Institution fer the Deaf, Dumb and Blind, is in the city. Jess Baumberger returned home yes terday from a business trip to New York. Mr. Dave Kraus returned heme yes terday from Now York, where he has been on business, Mr. Ernest Krieger, of the Wheeling Park, who has been visiting 'his father at C’.arlngton, Ohio, returned homo (yesterday. Miss Tell, tihe charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Nichols, has re turned home from an extended visit at Pittsburg, East End and Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. Madison McLain, of Zanesville, O.. are visiting W. M. Fini gan and family, on Twenty-firs: street. Attorney W. E. Patterson is In St. Clairsville on legal business. CROSSED EYES. If your child’s eyes are crossed, don't let anyone fit them with prism glasses, which will injure the sight and will not straighten the eyes. Crossed eyes In r most all cases are caused by defective sight. Take this child to Prof. Sheff, ; the Optician, and have its eyes exam I ined (free of charge), and correctly fit j ted with glasses which will strengthen j the sight and in many cases straighten I the eyes. Special bargains in Ladies* and Gents* Gold Watches at H. E. HILLMAN & CO.’S. • 0f Eases’ trim fcmporium mod hats. High | class and exclusive. Marsdea L. Col I vig. Whatever you get in China from us shall be the finest, and price the lowest. 1 DILLON, WHEAT & HANCHER CO. Applique Tidies, Dresser Scarfs and Shams, very handsome. New style Neckwear just received. Very new stylos in Dress Trimmings just in. 1 e Uher Boas, handsome ami cheap. SWAHACKER’S. T11E LATE 1)R. H8IILU. The Services Over Ilia Remain* i day. The funeral of the late i>: v. Fisher took place yesterday >• at half-past one o’clock. fr< residence at Kirkwood, ami largely attended by friend.; , ily from Bridgeport. Mar; - ,• Bellaire and this city, many of the medical profession" 1 Bplcuous among the numbe: J. Bogle, pastor of the First IV ian Church of Martin’s Ferr, assisted by Rev. C. B. Hen-’ merly pastor of the Bridgepor . ' ’ i terian Church. The choir of j byterian Church was present ‘ > ! dered several beautiful hymn- ' I fioral offerings were numeric' I very beautiful. Among the pi. sl" [ an arch of white roses, sent In members of tin* medical profes Belmont countv, a w. |)V f^0 . ers and pupil. School, and a b< .miful pi ... ' Ajar,’’ by Mr. ; j; bearers were Drs. A. .1. Heinlciu am' J. Black, of Bridgeport g o ’V llama and X A* Bl Ferry; Dr. A. H. Hewet.-ot of St t ville, and Dr. Park Wet:, of i; New Importations of Pattern t!.u, Itoiinets for street and evening Ur . hibiiion this week. MYAUAt Kl.u%' LADIES OF THE 0. A. R. James A. Garfield Circle, No. l their regular m°et:lcg on T.vi.-. evening. Tlte following menu v cided for the supper to be g Egerter's Hall Tuesday even .. 5 to 8 o’clock, October 29th: veal loaf, devilled eggs, .ham. celery, slaw, pickk -. ney beans, grapes, fruit ... tea, milk. James G. Blaine Circle, No KiiV a splendid oysnr supper a op - House, at Moundsville, on Fn ... ,. ing. Invitations were - s ladies cf Wheeling. See our stock of Artistic Ftimitur.' DILLON. WHEAT & HANCHKR CQ T ILLUSTRATED BARGAINS AT THE BID STORE. A We doubt no ones hones y hence Credit is given to every one. Compare those prices wiu strictly cash houses. & - rf* Just. 10 introc,uce 8 them, this handsome * ' Oil Heater. Will heat a room 12x13 to 70 degrees in 30 minutes. Cash or easy pay ments. <5 / j® Another home product of 56*piece rho *.Oo I Tea Set, nicely decorated. Ask ^ any one at the Wheeling Pottery how much we use of their ware. Cash or easy payments. Ap7 For this io*piece Decorated Toilet A/ Set; Wheeling make. Why pav S'""* more for imported ware when you can support home industry? Cash or easy pay ments. Brass Cur ! l with Linen bluJc. 1 Three quart Granite SaucePan. 60 cents Four-quart Gran ite I ea Kettle. For two-quart Granite stew Pan. 4 / w Hard Rubber Wringer. Others ral 0/ sel* f°r ^2-5°* We sell it for 51.67 on easy payments because we buy them cheaper than any one else. ClH ^ar£e Size Cook Stove of tjlUi/D Wheeling make. 50c a week until paid for. 35 cents For Granite Tea PoL 21 cents For seventeen 1 in Dish fk y jPJ For this week only, •ha 7 #1) / This is the original ^ Anthony Wayne Washing Machine. Sells every where else for $6 cash. Our price 33.37 on easy payments. ■i ^ For large size IS-jO Granite Wash w ^ Basin. 1 <-7 _ For good size I / Granite Fry x 1 ^ ing Pan. m. For 3-quart Preserving Kettle, Gran ite Ware. 48 cents For Granite ( fee Pot, three s -• naaaaaaaaaaajaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaecLCLCLc xjjjjjjj jjjjjjjj jubji Orders of $2.00 or Over for Granite Ware We Sell on Easy Payments. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaccccECccaaaaaj aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaao HOUSE & HERRMANN, THE LIBERAL IIOMEFCRNISIIERS, FOURTEENTH AND MARKET STREET*.