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The Intelligencer.
J'liblUlieil Dally, Weekly Hod Wctkljr.
TKItM.H:
Tin; I tally Intelllgcncer U Delivered by C.'wrfieri
In Wheeling uud town* Mt
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By Mall, I'oNlflKv Free In Ihv l'ulte<l State*.
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Dally, Three Month* ? 00
Jiully, One Moi.th ~ 05
S?-utl-\VnekIy, One Year J8 00
N?*ail>Wevkly, Mix Month* 1 8ft
Weekly, One Year. - 1 00
Weekly, Six Month* 00
<;mu reduction* to Mali*. Sen?l lor nuinple
copies Hint circular*. Addifw?
VllKW, CA MPffKLL X If ART,
rilBUKIIKJU,
Non. y.*? & !i* Fourteenth Ntr??t,
WIIKEUNO. W.VA.
i Kritcn.l at tin ri.Molllit; ut Wheeling, W. V*.,
>1 M'l-Otlll-CllUW limit it !
tlje Intelligencer,
WIIKKLINO, W. VA.,SKKl'KMlIi:?t t, 1HKK.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
KOK HRBUDICNT,
IIKXJAMIN HARRISON, of IndUua.
roil V1CK NtESlDKNT,
LKVI I'. 1IOKT0N. of New York.
KOK XUCCTOIIK-AT-I.AIIUK,
ALT.OSTL'H POLLACK, of Ohio County ;
T. I'. 1'A VIS, of Fayette Couuty.
ItEI'UPHOAX STATE TICKET.
UKN. NATHAN tiOFK, of UarrUon County,
rou auditor,
(JKO. M. UOWKRS.ofBerkeley County,
FOR TRKA8URKR,
III It AM LEWIS, of Clay Couuly.
FOB ATTOItSKY GRRRIUL,
NVM. P. HUBBARD, of Ohio County.
FOB ?t'PEniNTENI?EJITJpK SCllOOlJt,
F. B. McLURK, of Wayne County.
KOI! Jt'lKIKH Hl'I'RKMS COURT.
JOHN W. MASON, of Taylor County;
11. c. McWHOltTKK, of Kanawha County.
KEl'UBMCAN COUNTY TICKET.
FOR ITATK MitfATK.
B. I.SMITH.
IIOU8R OK likl.KO AT?.
THOMAS H. LOGAN,
ju:<?o l loos.
tiioma.*> i'kimk,
W. M. DUNLAI*.
h1ickifk.
THOMAS c. MOFFAT.
i'komkct'tino attokjtky.
joseph p. kleon.
amkshom.
City?thomas m.jones.
country-a. j. schultze.
Tlie Clarkoliiiri; Convention.
To-morrow the Republicans of tlu
First Congressional District meet it
convention at Clarksburg to nominate i
candidate for Congress. They can, ii
they will, nominate a mun who can pul!
down the Democratic majority in thii
district and turn it jnto a Republiear
majority, as General Gofl'did. If thej
do loss than this their time will have
been worse than wasted, and the causi
of Protection will have lost a vote in tin
House of Representatives at a critica
time.
As earliest parly men and patriots
the delegates, it is hoped, will cant aside
every consideration of a personal nature
of likes aud dislikes, and select out ol
the 17,000 Republicans in this district
the man who can most surely carry it
for the great principle of Protection tc
American industries. It would be a
bad day's work to vote for a personal
favorite and invite the humiliution ol
defeat in a district carried in the three
successive elections last past.
The Democratic leaders will leavi
nothing undone to wrest this district
from us. The Republicans should leave
nothing undone to hold it fast. The
lii'ht and easiest step is to name the besl
and strongest man. The vote of 18.S-I
and the vote of the counties in convention
follow:
Vote in
t Itvclrtinl. JHhIiiv Convention
liraxton 1.141 ?3I h
Hrookc :.*?7 704 7
l?<Ml.|rlilKC 1,208 111
Ullmer 1,027 674 7
Hancock J.Vi Uu 7
Harriot! 2,140 2,383 .24
Lewis 1,500 1,331 13
Marshall 1.73& 2,352 21
Ohio -1,401 l,:tH?i 13
Tvlt-r 1,0-10 1,402 14
Wetzel 1,047 1,05s 11
Totul 17.:>00 1WKJ2 170
Cleveland over Blaine, 5C>.
A Itmulii<ler.
The lit (jitter is very fond of showing
up Gen. Harrison's connection with the
ell'ort to preserve the pence in Indiana
during the railroad troubles in 1877. It
docs not like the showing up on the
other side of .Senator Faulkner's connection
with the same effort in West Virginia,
which was done by the Intklli
gkncer, not to damage Senator Faulkner
with the working men of West Virginia,
but to show that if General Harrison
was open to censure, the West
Virginian ho highly honored by the
Democratic party was equally open to
rebuke. But the Regitier remark* in the
mitlat of a great deal of waste space,
"Mr, Faulkner is a Democrat, hut has
always voted on the side of labor." This
reminds us that Senator Faulkner fought
in the Confederate Army, on the Bide of
labor, indeed, but on that particular side
of it which meant the preservation of a
system of servile labor, 4and for the establishment
of a government which declared
in its constitution that 110 Tariff
for Protection should ever be laid 011
imports. This may be one of the reasons
why Senator Faulkner is forcing the
lighting for a party which is. working
substantially on the same lines.
The Price of Wool.
Democratic newspapers are rejoicing
over the rise in the price of wool. We
rejoice, too, and with much more reason;
for, since they will see politics in it, with
the eye of faith we see more; and it all
comes our way.
From the time the Democratic party
began to agitate the question of placing
wool on the free list, the wool market
was unsettled, buyers were afraid to take
miv u-nnl Imhwiimi! manufacturers liesita
ted to take it off their hands. But when
it became apparent that the Democratic
House would certainly place wool on
the free list the bottom was reached.
The Kepublicun majority of the Senate
is ho close that the slightest wavering
in the Republican ranks or the
slightest mishap on that sido would
hand that, body over to the Free Trade
enemy. Manufacturers understood this
in ull its fearful import, and they held
otr. lately they have beon reauured,
ami, convinced that the Republicans of
the Senate will not permit wool to be
placed on the free list, they have begun
to buy.
In addition to this the prospect of the
election of a Republican President grows
every day, and with the reasonable assurance
that the next President will not
use his office to whip members of Congress
into the support of Free Trade
measures, every interest attacked by the
Mills bill is feeling more hopeful. The
Mine cuiulitions have affected the buy
en of the products oi the woolen mills, p
and stflliinugli tlie whole circuit of the n
wool industry nome revival is to be 0
noted. ;
How long tliiB is to last after the r
pressing needs have foe*?n satisfied, is i
yet an open question. The Ixtellioen- c
ckr lias carefully refrained from giving 'J
its readers any advice iu the matter. The 1
Intbllioknckk gives the news, and ?
leaves its readers to determine whether a
it is wise to hold for higher prices. This (
I much may lie safely said, that if there 1
........ ...... ..?ia..>.?t n( u'nrtI luiinir I>111 fill I
ttfic ?ii? jiiudj/m v?? n?vi " n i-"
the free list wool growers would do well j
to unload at 20 cents per pound. Notb- <
ing but a Protective Tariff stands be- <
tween theui and this price or a ntill i
lower one. '
? ? i
One of Tlivir Little (Sniiien. I
The literary bureau oltlie Democratic (
National Committee is doing a great ,
service in its way. It sends out "free
gratis for nothing," as special telegrams,
a great mass of stuff which it desires to
smuggle iuto the minds of readers
through the news columns of the Demo
crane press. . 1 uu .ueiuucruut: pram, uj
the way, understand# very well what
the committee is driving at, and is a
willing party to the imposture. Everybody
eugaged in the cheat is in full sympathy
with the committee's aim, which
is to mislead.
The work of the literary bureau takes
a wide range, from throwing General
Harrison into a rapid decline down to
boosting the Prohibition ticket. Now
the Democratic party has no sympathy
with prohibition; but the Prohibition
party is quite another matter. Democrats
share the belief of the Republicans,
that the nuiin strength of the Prohibitionists
will be drawn now, as it has
been before, from the Republican ranks.
Hence the earnest effort 0/ the Democratic
managers through the Democratic
press and otherwise to magnify the
numbers of the Third 1'arty movciueiii.
It i? no surprise, therefore, to see the
Register,, of this city, which hates Prohibition,
Baying in alleged special telegrains
from New York, very nice things
about the Prohibition party movement
?going even so fur as to quote Chairman
Dickey, of the Prohibition National
Committee, assaying some things which
he probably never said. For example,
1 Prof. Dickey is made to say: "The Metli1
odist Church is, of course, not political,
f but I believe a large majority of its
I members is opposed to any party which
' favors free whisky. It is not many years
1 ago when the Methodists were all He'
publicans. The free whisky platform
! at Chicago was the last straw to break
the camel's back." The Prohibition
party goes beyond the Republican party
I -?-1 / trhftln
uuu lutuio nijiiug uuc uu>.u ?i>v .. ..v.w
whisky tax. And further, Pro/. Dickey
i is made to say: "The vote of the Pro
hibitionista which will be cast this year
> at the expense of the Kcpublicaus will
( bo something unheard of. As to the
- attitude of the Bishops of the Methodist
Church I cannot speak, excepting on
1 general terms. I can only say that Gen1
eral Fisk is receiving assurances of supI
port which are simply astounding/'
The Methodist Church is very strong
! in West -Virginia and numbers within
its fold a large percentage of Republi!
cans. If the Republican members who
t favor prohibition could be stampeded
into the Prohibition party, the outlook
for the West Virginia Democracy would
be greatly improved and the leaders of
that party would begin to sleep o'nights.
The plan of campaign is to delude Methodists
who are on the prohibition side
with the idea that the Third Party bus
? ?'onl ' liimoii c,f
thing for prohibition. If it wore t*ue
that the Third Party has a prospect of
accomplishing some very important
thing in the line of prohibition, docs
anybody suppose that the Democratic
managers would be lending that party a
helping hand? The scheme is too transparent
to deceive; but it may easily till
with disgust all who admire truth and
sincerity.
TIih DuiiiiikukIc Ilej;l#U>r.
Those who read the Jityitft'rx editorial
columns yesterday, and who did not peruse
what the Intellioknceii said .Saturday
concerning Senator Faulkner's
actions during the strike of 1877, are left
under the impression that the Intku.iokscku
made a vicious attack on the
Berkeley statesman. The Intklliubkcku
I did nothing of the kind, and were
tuo Jiegmer a mir newspaper it wuum
publish what this paper did say. Here
is a sentence from the Intkm.iuknckk'h
article: *
"It is not designed, however, to place
Senator Faulkner in a false light here.
He was an officer of the .State militia,
and as such was acting under orders
from the Governor, which, under the
laws of the .Slate and his oath of ofliee,
he was bound to do."
The Jiryister's comments on the article
in question are grossly unfair. But then
no one * expected that it would-be
otherwise. The Jiegider dare not reproduce
the Intklmgkxckii's article entire,
Hie purpose of which was not to cast reflection
on any body, but to show that
General Harrison, in his work to preserve
the peace at a critical time, had
good Democratic company. He did his
duty under the circumstances and sodid
Senator I'ahlkner.
The Heiji*ter'* publications concerning
Harrison and the strike of 1877 bear
11 mm their face the stamp of untruthful-1
ness. Already this Hilly attempt of the
Democratic managers to create a prejudice
among laboring men against the
Republican candidate has proven to be n
boomerang. Let us see if it has not.
Following are the real facts:
"The charge having been made that 1
(iencral Harrison had said in 1877 that :
the railroad strikers ou^ht to be shot
down, and that one dollar a day was
enough for them, the Indianapolis Jour- <
mil offered a reward of $2,000 for proof !
that General Harrison ever mado either
of these statements. This big premium
for Democratic lying and perjury was
too much of a temptation for the Bouri
krt.? imllnt.lvtY nt.iiflora and thuifs of !
Indianapolis, and they have mado an <
effort to secure it and make political i
capital out of the endeavor, if nothing j
else. Deputy United States District Attorney
Bailey, of that city, an odious
politician of the baser sort, obtained or
concocted statements from a dozen of
the strikers that they heard (icneral
Harrison make oue or both of the re- :
marks referre. These statements were .
embodied in an article signed by one E.
F. Gould, secretary of a 'Knights of ^
Labor assembly, and published simultaneously
in all tho leading Democratic
opera of the East and parts of the West,
nd <iould made a demand for the $2,00.
"The statements of the strikers above
eferred to bear internal evidences of an
nfamouH conspiracy to contact and cirulate
a wicked and abominable lie.
rhe statements are contradictory, in a
arge part refuting themselves, and
bowing carelessness on the part of the
icoundrels who compiled them. Some
>f them are attributed to jail birds and
awbreakers whose evidence would not
jo received under oath in any court of
justice and who have not durcd to accept
the challenge of the Journal to make
jath to their statements. Others are
iscribed to men who promptly and publicly
repudiated any such utterances,
Among them Isom Hughes, who is certified
to as a citizen of good repute and
standing. Mailev's document was no
sooner published than tome of the Icadiwi
uvrkiwjiiien of Indianajtotu, who irere
identified with the strike in 1877, JuuUiied to
declare that it tau infamously /(due in every
particular. Among these aro John 0.
I licks, general yardmaster of the C., I.,
St. L. C. railway; Joseph Averill, geu
oral yard master of the Vandalia lino;
Joseph .Sanger, secretary Yardmasters'
Association; Alexander R. McAlpine,
Superintendent Western Car Company,
formerly master mechanic of the Bee
Line road; Augustus D. Shaw, assistant
yard master C., C., C. <& 1. railway;
David S. Crawford, yard conductor Vandalia
line; John Wethers, switchman
Big Four road, and William P. McBride,
engineer Cleveland, St. Louis & Pittsburgh
Railway, all of whom were members
of the strikers' committee in 1877
and present on the occasion when General
Harrison was alleged by the Democrats
liars, hunted up by Bailey and
Gould, to have made the remarks attributed
to him. Kr-Scnator McDonald,
General Daniel McCauley and es-Mayor
Cairn, all Democrat*, hate asterted that
General llarrimi made nu remark* what'
ever at the conference with the striker* in any
way unfriendly to the norkinijmen; and
Henry McPeet, chairman of the Strikers'
n :?j. it ?
KUIIlIIIIllci;, n mi j. uiuiuwiu, ? uivur
berofthe committee, have just publi^heil
xiiiuiavits atlirming the entire
falsity of the charges against ileneral
Harrison."
The JifijitiUr claims to be a fair newspaper.
I.et it publish the above facta,
which are current news.
lly.fr In "All lUBltl."
llra/tm Central.
The Wheeling Register in its report of
the Republican Convention at Charleston,
strives to create the impression that
J. S. liver, of this place, was cruelly
slaughtered in the interest of some one
else as a candidate for Auditor. The
fact is that Mr. ilyer was not a candidate
for the nomination at anytime. The
Intelligencer's reporter before the
convention, sneaking of possible candidates,
noted the fact that .Mr. Hyer was
caring nothing about his nomination.
Mr. liver had been im**m1 by many of
his friends, ami heartily endorsed by
the Republicans of his county, to become
a candidate and he simply allowed
his name to be used in this way without
protest. Lot the Iteyixter possess its soul
in pence, J. 8. liver is for the nominees,
and does not experience the least soreness
whatever.
A MICKY 31 AN, "
A llallroiid Clerk WliktH Ui? uiul FIikIn Ho
IIiih Drawn tf 15,000 lu Tlu? Loualunii Stlllo
Lottery.
Mr. Frank Lawrence Dant held onetwentieth
of ticket No..'1,894 which drew
the Unit capital prize of $300,000 in The
Louisiana State Lottery on the 7th inst.
The $15,000 was collected through the
Citizen's National Hank of Louisville.
Mr. Dant is rather prepossessing in personal
appearance, nearly six feet high
and weighs 150 pounds. lie is an intelligent
and affable gentleman, only 22
years old and unmarried. He was educated
at St. Mary's College, and learned
book-keeping at the .Southern Business
College, Louisville. For three years he
kept books for his father, Mr. J. W.
Dant, proprietor of a large distillery of
an old brand of pure Kentucky whisky
at Dalit's station, fourteen miles from
Lebanon, Marion county, Ky.
One year ago he accepted the position
of time-keeper for the Knoxville division
of the Louisville <St Nashville railroad,
and clerk of assistant master of
trains at a salary of $50 per month, and
is stationed at the railroad, one mile
from Stanford. Ky. His good fortune
has not turned his head, for lie intends
to hold his place, hoping by close application
to business he will be promoted.
For two years ho persisted in purchasing
tickets in the Louisiana State
UViur mnnttiu uinpn hii nrirnn.
izeii ii club, of which he was chief, and
continued to buy tickets. tatst month
he drew $25, ami on the 7tl? came the
big prize. lie has paid out what was
due the club, und will invest his portion
in .some safe speculation, and continue
to work and court licklo fortune as heretofore.?
llarroiUburij (Ky.) Sayings and
Doing*, August 23.
Thelufferer's Friend.
How many people who ore nuflcrlng from
HIixhI Polsou the world known not; but road the
following totters and you may be interested:
Found by Accident.
Daltixoiik, Md., January 28, ism.
I have been u sufferer for six year* with Catarrh,
Ulcerated Sore Throat, and Jtheiimallxm
of the Cheat, from blood potion. About four
week* apt 1 wu pttMlng the Itotanle IIIckmI llaliu
Store, No. h North street, Italtimore. 1 weut in
und continued your agent nUtut rnv caae. He
gave me one of your It lint. "Hookof Woudcrs,"
which 1 read. I called In ? few dav? afterward
and got a bottle oi your lioianlc lilood llaltn?
H. H. II. 1 oin now on the third bottle, and will
ray tlmt 1 have felt a marked improvement since
the third day nftcr commcncing to use your
medicine, l now lmve no trouble from my
throat, and have Improved ko much in every
way that I am satlslled that by the use of your
mcdioiue I will aoon be all rig&t.
I have taken many and Mime good prescription*
and medlciuesfor thin trouble, but I think
your II. II. II. tho best remedy i have had, and I
cheerfully recommend your "Botanic lilood
Halm" to the public as the quickest ami beat
lilood remedy I huve found, alter six long yearn
of search for health.
Very respectfully your*.
JosKJ'll W. Klou xm.
210 slemmon Alley.
Out' Iliiltlc Did it?Hulls 1'iirwl iui<l
Health Restored.
It. It. It. Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
Gents,?My wliitor xvmj? Htllictc?l forn number of
years with boils scattered about all over her permiii.
They would make their appearance every
*prlUR, uihI Iiim through the summer until lute
In the lull, iler health was sadly impHlred,
losing flesh and strength every day; In fact,they
were sapping her life. 1 gave her one hot tie of
It. 2>. II.. and the idled was like magic, producing
* complete euro utul restoring her health. Tolay
ilie Is perfectly sound and her hculth fully
restored. it Is without doubt the bent mid most
hiIuuMc lllood I'uriller now on the market.
.Yours, etc., i?. M. McUak.
Waynesboro, Miss., July 14,1877.
I u formation
All who desire full information about the
ause mid cure of lllood Poisous, Kcrolula and
fcrofuloun Swellinirs, Ulcers, Sores. RhcumaIsm.
Kidney Complaints, Catarrh, etc., can icmm
by mall, fret*, a copy of our :U-paso lllusrH
t id Book oil Wonders, filled with the moat
voudcrfnl and stattllng proof ever before
mown. Address.
lii.oob naut Co., Atlanta, Ga.
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sel-ruw Whnlesaln Agent*.
Musical Goods.
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If you want your Piano Tuned bjr an expert
'lano builder leave your order at
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New Advertisements.
HOTJAS. G. BLAINE'S ARTICLE "
I.N
Tbe American Magazine
For SEPTEMBER,
ICfutljr To-Dnj.
SPECIAL FEATURES:
THE PRESIDENT'S ERROR,
By Hod. JAS. G. BLAINE,
Being a Criticism of Mr. Cleveland'# Mcttageof
lawt December.
TARIFF AND LABOR,
By Gov. JOS. BENSON FORAKER,
OK OHIO.
Tim American Navy of To-Day (IlluaUutcd),
by Lieut. \V*. K. Pulum, ahowlufe preacni
Mrvugth of the United uuiwt Navy.
In lllnwatlin'ii Country (llluMrutod), by
CllARLi> IITP It ToUO.
Drnil Maii'? Liikn (lllilfctnitcd), by WII.LIAU
wli.rRKD Campbkll.
Strong Storiea. Poomi. mul a larRC amount of
Choice MUccllancoua Matter.
TI1E AMERICAS MAOAZISE i* rcjirtwuwtlveof
American Thought aud lM-ogre**, and la
a Decided Ex|>oucritof American fuatltutloua.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
25c. a Number. $3 a Year..
THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE,
749 Broadway, New York.
ae4
"117ANTED?A GIRL FOR GENY?
KRAL Housework: must pome well
recommended. Enquire at No. K Fourteenth
street. wM
Lost-between twenty-fi rst
street and Peninsula Cemetery, n Hold
Breastpin. Kinder will lit# rewarded by leaving
itt iiitolllKtucor otlice. sei
WANT ED-POSITION BY A
young man as .Stenographer nn?l Typewriter.
Can furnish Cull graph. Address
"WRITER." care Intelligencer olllee. sol0
LOST-OS SATURDAY EVENING,
on Ctmpliuc street, between Twenty-third
and Twenty-fourth streets, a white Poodle l>og.
hair trimmed oir face. A reward of f'.oo will
las paid for bin return to No. 42 Eighteenth
street, and no question* asked. se:t"
DISSOLUTION of partnership
The flriu of J on. Craves A Son was dissolved
September 1, 18S8, by limitation, Charles E.
(j raves retiring.
The liualncM will be continued by Jos. Graves.
who will Millie ill ljuhiiiCMi pertaining to the
till Inte linn.
*e? jos. hbavks & son.
JPOK KENT.
A Desirable Dwelling,
No. South Front street. Newly !iti!?h* ?1
throughout; imtural gas, hot and cold water,
nnd all inoderu convenience*. Apply to
UHO. II. P. HUUM1DT,
scl 1114 Main Street.
-yyuMAN's
Union Benevolent Society.
The regular monthly meeting of tho Woman'*
Union Benevolent Society will be held at the
room# of the Young Men'* Christian As*sociatlon
on Wednesday, September 5, at 'J:SO o'clock
p. m.
wet Mm. w. J. w. cow UKX, Sec'y.
gjTATK FAIR NOTICE.
All person* having clainiM agaiust the West
Virginia Exposition and State Fair Atuoclntlon
will please present them for paymeut on or before
Wednesday, September 5,1888.
se4 okorck HOOK, Secretary.
1' LVIUIJITLM Pll
j^iwr. i * liCjn
WILL RESUME III8
Instruction in Music,
Monday, September 10. 18ss. AH those who
may wish to enter hi* class ?hoiil?l call at his
residence, HI 8outh Front street, or leave word
ut K. W. Banmcr tfc Co.'* Music Store. set
rphk wheeling
FRUIT JAR
In u homo production. Nicely made of Crystal
Hlww. ijuartsniid Pints, Try the Wheeling.
EWING BROS.,
sel 12i:? Market St., opp. McLnre House.
Harvest Excursion Tickets.
The Louisville it Nashville Railroad, will sell
Harvest Excursion Ticket* to points South,
Southeast and Southwest, on September lltli
and liTitb, and October 9th and 23d. 1?8S, at one
fare for the round trip. Tickets allow stop overs
in either direction, and are good to return within
thirty days after (bite of sale.
For further particulars call on your nearest
ticket aecut, or write to Hkiiman IIolmkx, T. I'.
A., Medina. Ohio, orS. S. Park Kit, 1). l?.A.,Clncinnati,
Ohio. sea
Regular Tuesday packet
forl'arkerxburg, l'omeroy, Galll- nmy, w
polls, Ironton, lluntliiKton, Ports- n'mTl Iff
mouth, Maysville, Cincinnati aiuiawMM
Louisville. The elegant passenger steamer
-ANDES,Chas.
Muhleman, Com'r, Mart F. Noll, Clerk,
will leave for above points on Tuesday, Skit.
4, at :t o'clock p. m? sharp. IWeuKcrH uud
freight receipted through to all points West and
South.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
se:t FRANk BOOTH. Agent.
HATS I
THE MILLER SILK AND DERBYS,
just recktvkd at
G. A. BEUTER'S,
Cor. Eleventh and Main Sis.
See what the New York Ilattcr and Furrier
says:
The only decidcd novelty in curia that has
coine to our notlco is that of the Miller Hat. It
Is entirely new, so far as our recollection goes,
and while dltliculi at lirst to put in, has none of
the ugly appearance that Is so often the fault of
fancy curls: on the contrary the Miller Curl is
graceful and stylish, aud will create ? sensation
when Issued, wnich will uot be until August.
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
I, E. W. Wilson, Governor of the State of West
Virginia, do, by this proclamation, give notice
that au election will uc held at the Usual places
of voting in the several counties in this suite,
on the Tuesday next after the llrt?t Monday of
November, 18KH, for the purpose of choosing six
electors for President and \ ice President oi the
United States for the State of West Virginia,
liven under my hand and the Great Seal of
/? . the State at the City of Charleston,
^ o.s. I this thlrty-flrstday of August, eighteen
?' hundred aud eighty-eight, and in the
twenty sixth year of the State.
' E. W. WILSON.
By tho Governor,
11kn It Y 8. WaI.KRII,
sel Secretary of State. ;
TEXT BOOKS
AND SUPPLIES
XOH I
Private and Public Schools!
AT LOWEST RATES.
Stanton & Davenport,
1301 MARKET STREET.
ne4
FRUIT JARS.
We have just received
200 Dozen Stone Fruit Jars,
Ami nre again able to flllordcrx <>u mime.
I'aro Sniceg and Extra Fine Cider Vinegar lor
Try Armour'* Star I In in for Sandwiches.
WTVliitom to tho Fair are cordially luvlted
to mil.
Conner & Snedeker,
aug) Cor. Market A Fourteenth Bta.
EDEN PARK SCHOOL.
French and English Family and Day A-hool.
Course of study include* nil branches necessary
for a finished English Education. Special classes
In Riding and Fencing. Early application solicited
on ac?onnt of the limited number of
scholar*. For term* or full advice add rem
MADAME FREDIN, Morris 8L. Walnut HUU,
Cincinnati. O. *u2fr-w*s
nnmnnr Ina countrynotedfor beauty
K H I H H I .*n<1 health. Course of study,
UU1 flljlJl" Branches. Medical and Uw
Courses preparatory to the
University of Virginia. 14 student* at University
New Advertisements.
fc f Stifel
Cfa CO.
t
Are now placing on sale
their late arrivals in
FA1.I, D WINTRR
DRESS
GOODS.
This Week
Special attention wil
be given the DRESS
GOODS Departments
.and we will show ar
elegant line of
SILKS,
Velvets,
Flushes,
Silk Warp Henriettas
ill] Wnnl r.achmflMC
nil IIVU1 VJUUllWUI UU
AM Novelty Saltings
ALL THE NEWEST SHADES,
J^Closing Oul
Summer Underwear
Cheap.'^vl
Geo, E. Stifel & Co.
1114 MAIN ST.
ye I
J. S. Rhodes & Co.
SPLENDID
BARGAINS!
In Kino All-Wool Imported
Albatros!
36 INCHES WIDE.
60c. Grade for 35c
lu the following Coloring*) suitable for
Svcning wear and Tea Gowns.
Cream, Lavender, Ligh
Blue, Gen'd Arme, Pink
Mahogany and Electric
Blue.
J.S.Rhodes&Go.
Jell
Stationery.
Blank Books and Stationery
Day Books,
Ledgers,
Journals, &c.,
PENS, INKS AND PENCILS,
WALL PAPER and BORDERS
Baby Carriages,
STANDARD BUNTING FLAGS
Urgent stock and greatest variety lu the State
Sold retail at wholesale price*, by
Jos. Graves & Son,
jyg 30 TWELFTH HTRKKT.
JgASE BALLS,
Bats, Masks, Gloves and Belts,
Croquet and Hammock*.
Hooka, Magaxluea and i'aoers.
C. H. QUIMBY,
Booueller and Newsdealer,
je9 Not. 14M and l.')07 Market Btrect.
Photography.
QXBInctphotogiu PHH
Only $3 00 Per Dozen
IlIGUlXy 0ALLERY,
China, Glass and Queensware.
JUST RECEIVED
And open for inipectlon,
The Carter Patent Stoneware Filter
and Cooler Combined.
And Family Filter. The bo?t an<l most reliable
Filter* In the market. No corroding metal*. No
tee water impurltiea. Simple la construction.
Perfect in operation. Finlahed in artlatic and
highly ornamental itrle. JOHN FR1KDEL.
_W HIW Main Street and llg Water St
A LL KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
a^raw?U^^^<SrJo{l?i?om,"" Mocourf '
Geo. R. Taylor & Co.?New Fall and Winter Goods.
NEW FALL? WINTER
DRESS 1
GOODS! :
. NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.
Geo.R.Taylor&Co.
*
OTlic Shipments ot Last Week ami the Arrirnls jZ
tliis Morning make our ^ ,
o NEW STOCK ^
V fc- -w- Ma
, eg COMPLETE ?
5 And More Attractive than Ever Before. N? ?
DC ? 9? i
DRESS GOODS f j
v department. 5 ,
Drap de Ete Suitings, ? :
^****< >' NEW AM) CHOICE COI.OItS. ^ '
1 t?. Hran fllmas Snitintfs Q
purl?^ I/1U|/ iilUIUU MUUlUQUj w
' ^ IS SEW AM) CHOICE COLORS. ^
fji French and Berlin Serges, $ '
IJ. IS ALL TIIE NEW COLORS.
1 . French and Berlin Plaids, :
nix CHOICE COMBINATIONS. ^ J \
f\ AIMU ??nii AM Drt^A?n T\ilAriAAn
w tuiiiuiMiiuii raiieru ureases, w
UVERY CHOICE. Q
BROADCLOTHS Q.
: O At $1.00, $1.85, $1.50, $1.75, $1.85 anil $2.50. 0) I
: R Tavlor fio_,
VA VVI Ami A WJ M. V M. W. w V mj
) 1150 MAIN STREET. I
HARRISON, MORTON AND GOFF
1 t-*i * i r 11
I ne weekly
'Intelligencer,:
' UNTIL NOV. 15, :
FOR
; 25 CENTS! j
Make up Clubs and send in your orders at
once. Address:
Tho lntollio-?ir?r>Ckr '
* ?"ID?? ' j
= Wheeling, W. Va.
j Frew & Bertschy?Furniture and Carpets.
kft
A ROUSING CALL
Must t?c given to |>coplo who will not wako up to tho ncccmity of oomlng to s
Critically Examine Our SPRING STOCK. I
- t
It la a beautliui M?oruneni 01 uio rcry
-LATEST STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITIES!?
FURNITURE AND CARPETS! \
Oil Cloths and Linoleum, s
Window Shades and Curtain Poles, _
Saxony Chlidema Rugs, New,
Smyrna and Moquett Rugs,
Fancy and Plain China, Napier and Cocoa Mattings. t
WYob will find It t?t profitable to rliit ui and taupeot onrnralallrKlKted Sptlm Stock fint
Frew&Bertschy,.
1117 $lain Street. j.
Special attention given to Undertaking and Arterial Embalming. Nl
TeleDhone calls answered at all hours.
Republican Conventions.
FIRST DISTRICT ~
Congressional Convention!
>mlMto a'caudidate for ?'..ni:riv?'ni?,u
ntlal Hector fotMld Ul.trlct! f. "toim?
thtienenldcnion in Norembir u,i.
i imnwii't .ucli nlhiT bu.ln..>?. M?.,.1J
ire the Convention.
irlff lot the BPptocilpnol Amerirau
id Ubor??1n"e.l to attend ?nd |.n 'r
i the biulneM of the Convention "uw?
By order of tbe I'ominitttv.
W.J. W. COWDKN.
?nl4'MW rh?lr?,.H
Amusements.
Grand Opera House
O. C. GENTHKU. Uitv .1 u?, '
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Commvui'itiK Monday Kvcniinr. Sfptiitaber .1.
Til K rAMOl *
LEONZO BROS
lid their Great New York Dramatic < ..ni|??r
Monday and Tuwday-HrotlicrA??ln?t Umtiitf
Wednesday nud TbnixUy-r-Thu |i.
Friday ami Saturday?Delraonte.
Grand Matlnew, Wednesday m i saturiUr
ftertinotiN.
AdmiMtion. 15, i'. uud .V) cent*. >!.itlniv? r
%nnji y>cents. ??tI'
Educational.
?T. De CHANTAI
.Sear Wheeling, \\. \.?
(Sister* o! the VUitatloti.
A school ol more than natloca) rv|>uuuoi
fler* exceptional advantage for thorough 14..
aliuu of young lilies in all dejmr.raetiU.
irary of "l* thousand volu c*. Kimopliical,
chemical and astipnoiuicHl e|>|?nta(.
Mimical Detriment *|H.<iully not,- i. <orj#tt
tiauo tcaehens trained by a leadlug proln?,j
row ('-ouM-'rvatory of Stuttgart. Y.,.*i o,|rt^
tccordingto the method of the olu Italian ate
cm.
Locatiou utiMir|taiiM'(l for beauty uid htaJj^
r?u acre* of pleasure ground*. Hoard exculfnt.
For Catalogue*, ru<1 reference* to imtrutu luk.i
be principal cities, addreiu
tel ^ TUK UIKMTKFJ*
WHEELING INSTITUTE!
Bounllug and Dnj School fur Young
LmlieH untl Children,
Thorough course of luMrtictlon In KuglUh,
MHthenuiHo, Ancient ami MimIcm UiiKtugr*.
U lisle, Drawing, Pointing, Kloeution un.H'il.
HthetilcM. Advntitajesof hoin<> lif?- h;i<! training.
Fall session begins Soptcmlwr... | w.
C21 AtMrew, MISS I'AHU.W. I'ritirlf*,!.
HEELING
FEMALE COLLEGE
iVill begin it* next Mention \Ve?ln?"..Uy, St'ptimjerft,
ISjw. Competent iustruetoi> hi everv bemrtment.
Katct. u.s ruiNiimlilcu* In nny initiutlon
of equal excellence. Fur p?tiinilnr-h<lln*s
II. K. llLAISDKI.L.
Je7 I'rol'lt'iii.
Norwood Institute,
WASIIIXUTOX, 11.0,
Highland Torrace.
Three communicating buiiillncii.
Mlt. AND MILS. W.M. 1). CAIIKLI,.
nn'JH l'riiui[<!i.
Beaver College and Musicaf Insiiuu,
BEAVKK, PA.,
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Superior Literary, Art nml Klociitloturj v\
'untiige* ulul best ui|Ui|i|ie<l Mu-ic School in
kVestern, Pennsylvania. Pupils In l'rv?Wim?
umlly. Kate* moderate.
IvM.ttIiak Kkv. It. T. TAYt.OILb.il. I
ROCKLAND COLLEGE,
|i??r Yuitr. Nyark-nn-llu' IliiiUmi,
1'itKl'AltAToBY Work for Young Men.
(.'oi.i.kok for Young IjuIIw.
12 Teacher*. Full Courses in KtiglMi. HuMiivm.
Language*. Kiiglrnvrlog, Drawing. I'liiinitit: nn<!
\hlKir. Ample liiiildijjgs. gltuuu JJtvil. Jlmmiurrouudluks.
G)innu?luin. Ai.M>lule Health.
Went" Kudowoiont for I .miles. Year ojn'iM
jeptcmhor 17. Catalogues of
miT-rili** IV. II. HA NN 1ST Kit.
(jonA MAI'LKWOOI) INSTl'lTTK, for 1h.Hi
puUUi hexi'H. Coneordvlllo, I'll. rrr|>nrutnry,
UiihlncKs tiiadunting. EnglishGraduating, Helen.flic
and College preimrntory eounn*. H|?citl
air<-- t<? little boy*. Highly rwominendiil t?jr
Nitron*. JoHKl'li tSiiokti.tIMJK, (Yule) A.M. I'r.
Jt'7'TrhAH
Washington School of Elocution
AND ORATORY.
Mrs. M. 8TKVKK8 HART, Prludjal.
901 "M ' tit., N. W., Wamhnotom, I>. C'.
Sixth Annual Scwlou begins
ember 28.
Course of instruct lo;> cm bracts Elocution,
Practical KngllHh ami English Cl*?lr*. UUd,
Mathematics. Modem Ijiuguiued, VikhI *ml la
iininiAntuI Mnvl.. uii.l i'liv'kli-ul I'llitlin.'.
'I be Principal In smIkUhI l.v h:i ffllcU-at mrji
>f Urn-hern In inch dejwrtment.
Graded CIumwm for 1m?vh mid ?lrls <l*lly
Adult Clause* and private Imtructton (rfren /a
'.he evening.
Diplomat* awarded. A limited uurnkrof pu
;?IIk accommodated in the family.
For circular* and refcrcritch apply mismu- H
iknckk olllee. 411'1
Stammering Cured.
Svatem based upon naturcMam. NoSicutr
-No Thicks. System explained to tho?e liiiefMed.
Textimoninlfi from physician*, educator* ?n!
uttritiin, who have received benefll from U.?
uethodof instruction. Addrewi
Mkm. M. STKVKN- IIAKT, Krluill*!,
Washington School of Elocution ami Khr! (S
Language,
'JOI Al. Street, K. W., Washington, D.C.
Student* boarded In family of i*riud|?L
Musical Instruction.
? N STR U CTI UN IN MLSI C.
Prof. Hermann M. Schockey
iVIIl receive hi* lust year'* pupil*, "''J-f'1'1
>rn who may with i? outer lil?' In". on
nornlng, September .'i, Is---. ?t lii' rt-i-l':
:11S ('haplino treet.
Fall term com mom ot Wednesday, .-''pi
k-;<
JlpJAKY J. Aliiinx/,
Vill refill tut* hi* Initructiou Ju I'laoo. ml
Jlurmoiiy. Composition, li^tniuicnUtloniiiiil
Chorus miikIdk.
Monday, Septembor 3.1888,
The illflictiltk'Mif technique iiM'i'tit'J '"r^ II
?ll? by the I1M-' of Trrhllln.ii alft livfilill'U.'' IJ j
I no IiMtriiiii*'tit?. mi , H
(lore. Stuttgart Method u-H. ]
^ ROOM 1318 MAKKKTftTUKKT.^ H
yyil.LIA.M AliMSTKOXli, Ml
I'rofesNor of'tlic Piiiiio-forfi'. H
Wll receive at JiMStudio, No.!
Hem ttnllding) on Wedm
boio desiring to study under
iiMiluy sni*oM. ?" " Hi
Jo Farmers, Cardoners, Etc. H
RK. GIFFEX iV CO.,
i
Superior Grain i>ri!:-. 'i .. I I
eed SOW( r-. t*. r. K -[ ri ( I
Ivnnn' .Smoothing Hurt II
own, Land Roller*, Siul/n.jiii Kf'-ii I" '
or?. American Cider Mill*. .
Corrwpondericc ' .... (. j
Ileal. No.l'O'MA > <A v?
null-utw ^
!eauties5?-:/
K/xk* rihI H. I^KlH'ni' In * . v : '
cj'h, f<t|t? *n<l (;AKt , - *'> ' *'
inn,h. 4/'..i??!
i lumber. gHWicUra pu?? u{
II AC so cent l??ik fnr - "L," f ?rir.er?
ILUu tuldn-Mi o( twenty *W? """"
end lUmp lor clrcuUn^ , , . _
Druggists.
JKKSEY
milkshake
At
lists nun; stork.
ally and promptly *?col?,J wftci . I

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