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Jj, IThe intelligence*, embracing it* several to edittons, 1* ontered in the PostofOce at Wheeling, W. vh.. a<aecond-claM matter.) 80 TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Editorial Room*. 481: Counting Room 410 nl lb SMlifxm. \ WUKKLt.NG, 8ISPTEMBEB IS, 1801. ?' m Mr. Cleveland After the Battle. :; Before the Now York Democratic convention Cleveland was supposed to lio in straitonod political circumstances. The convention confirms and empha- ^ bIbcs his situation. In his awn oftSuoteil words, it is a condition, not a leory, that confronts him. . Ha cannot go into a national con vontfon with the backing of his own State. j Tho maclunu rules, and the machine is against Mm. It is true thut ho endeavored to get together a machine of bis own and failed, but he cannot turn P' that to account. H Whether Ilill or Flower will profit !u by tho defeat of Cleveland at home re- P mains to be seen, rad this may bare to hi bo determined by a fight between Ilill ana mo man ne lias nominated tor guv- " ernor. "S But what Is to become of Cleveland 7 m His friends havo said that he could bo cc nominated without New York, might si even bo helped by its opposition. This was bofore he went out of hit way to w make himself offensive to the silver ni fiends in his party. He has relied on m the South, where silver is running 11 wild th and furious con Me. ci The southern Democrats seem to have ?< bowed down before silvor and taken to ju worshiping thnt instead of Cleveland, w who used to be their idol. At this moment Cleveland seems to bo a disappear CI flsure- . af A National Afl'air. cl Mr. Depew, who has been abroad N with nnusual opportunities for observa- Fi tion and whoknows better than most poo- n< pie how to make good uso of good oppor- or tunities, brings back word that the Eng- pi lish regard the Ohio campaign as essen- X tially a national affair since McKinley is w in it. This is not surprising, for it is very much so regarded at home, particularly by the Democrats. When the Demo- flt crats of the country who have high aspi- n rations put up their monoy to defeat a '. - . ? (11 man in astate campaign, no translation is necessary to get at. their idea of tho " national importance of what is going on. w In any case ail tho high-flyers of the c" Democratic party would be glad to see 'r their party carry Ohio; but this time 5" it happens that by carrying Ohio thoy would carry down onS of the foremost SI champions of protection, anil this is <ji enough,to norve them to their best en- <j| deavors. \\ Mckinley will not bo electe<l if there 15 la Democratic money enough to defeat is him. If tho mints were running double el turn on tho eighty-cent Democratic d( dollar thero would not bo enough of it to to buy Campbell's election. They Like Our Pork; ju The German consumers of our pork? that is to 3ay, tho Germans who oat our p; pork when their Government will Rc allow thorn?scom us much pleased to ? get another ehunco at our hog OS wo jl are to hare him in thoir distinguished society. Tho prohibition, though placed on sanitary grounds, was really " a measure,oi protection 10 mo ut-rmuu ? hog raitom. Wo could not object to " Germany protecting her own, but we tr bad a right to object to the tiling being dono under a falso pretense that gave .fi our hog a bad namo. 0 It is all ovor now, and everybody is as happy as hog meat can make him. Qi Tho GormauB are fond of theirs raw and aru supposed to get mdro satisfaction out of their pork than we do, who P< like our Itroakfast bacon dono to a crisp Tl with tho fat fried out. tli Tlilv'Mumiuorailluj FIc. Pittsburgh Indulges in a job lot of speculation to account for tho o nsy cscapo of Fitisimmons, tho murdcror, " from jail. Ono theory is that a friend smuggled naivs in a pie. Fitzsinimons '.v nn flia ?n(eiiln uml irlml nuu jriDiiua v?? ?4?v ww?u.?.v HHU, .i..... wiu more to hia band, ho had several cc thousands oi dollars In good inonoy. ni This beats saw plea nil hollow. It is C1 now pretty well understood that when "Shoe-box". Miller escaped from tho penitentiary in Allegheny ho paid a '' guard to connive at his escape. It is 8' probable thatFitisimraona, too, crossed P1 a palm with money. An Odd Situation. l>1 When Bardflby was about to rocelvo bt the sentence .which sent him to the jwuitontiary for fifteen years ho showed great penitence. Among other things " ho proinlsetl to do all in his power to arxist the officers of tho law in their efforts to ferret out all others in tho fit job with him. ' tli When he was brought into court this wouk to testi/y against the Stuio officials charged with getting some of the plunder he at first refusod to bo sworn, "* yielded on that'point and then absolute/ refused to testify. The court was c jt prepared to meet Uardiley In thl titudc. Tlio worst it could do wag i prison for contempt, but tliln bad u rror for a man under a senteuco i ftecn years in tbe penitentiary. Fortunately for Bardsloy the day hi >no by for torturing out of witness* lat which they are unwilling to tel here was a tune when liardslcy's test lony would hare been racked out i tin Thn Stnta A(H<*ln1a htiVA rnflunn I no up and bless Bardsley for Handle y tliom. Bo suro, though, that he hi ado them stand and deliver.' This hat his change o( front means. Typhoid Fever Stories. Somebody has been working tli swspapers with stories about tli rovalenco of typhoid fever in certai iwus of Vent Virginia. Fairmon [organtown and Wheeling liave boo ven an undeserved notoriety on th xount. The authorities of Fairinoi ive denied the story as it ivos applie i their town. Prof. Willoy does tli ime for Jlorgantown. Thero is no epidemic in Wheolin; though there is always moro typhoi vor here than neod bo, and the cam to bo found iu the contaminate ater. Oliio river water is not lit I rink as it comes from Ilia river. iouM not bo used at all, but is vet lUcli improved by boiling uud filte igKineo the Johnstown flood this trca icnt has been much resorted to wit eat benefit to thoso who aro wit lotigh to afford themselves this muc rotcction. Other people prefer tli ate of the water in what tliey call i> itural state, which means that the ke the taste of lla impurities so far t ley have taste. Hawaii. It Ig probably true that England i lotting for the possession of tli awaiian Islands. She wants thenid when England wants territory sh its it if she can. In this instnnci jwever, it ninv be supposed that Enj nd knows well that the United Slate ould interpose a forcible objectio ;ainst annexation. There would b lich rea^oi^in annexation to our ow mntry, which many of the natives di Still, we are no't iiuiigeilng titer Hi oii. If we wero to take it in it wotil it be, of course, as a State. We migli ako it a county of California, orsomi ling of thatsort. In course of tiin rcumstarices may make it desirable fc i to extend a protectorate over Haiva st to see .that,. ,nob<Kjy walks awa ith it. ' 1' The efforts of the New York Denu ats to array the people of that Stal rainst the Ilepublican party by di nrlng that party to be responsible fc ow York'b failuro to got the World lir is a bold exhibition of sublim irve. If Now York had had nerv lough t?put up the money she woul robably have gathered in the prlzi ew York ia not obtrusively forwar itli ber money in public enterprise*. No, clear Inquiring Reader, the Rcpul an party does not make tlie sunsbin id tho abundant crops, bnt it makf home markot for the greater part c lose crops, and it makes particularl nicult tho effort of the politicians o 10 other side to delude the peopl ith their calamity howl. Tho Kcpukl n party does enough to keep il [ends, the enemy on tho ragged edge m may notice. Tire IIWd^poHtd Dimocrnti nto convcntiTm on ttie Presidontij ication, with this result: Hill, 2to evclnnd, 83; Campbell, Gorman nn 'hitnoy, 3 cacli. Ot tho 41)1 delegate i3 would not commit themselves. Thi bad (or Cloveland, but it does nn iow that Hill can pick up the who! legation iis easily as hu\a? been try mako himself believe. Mr.. FloweS was not nominated o st that sort of a platforrti, but he ma ive to send some money to help hi irty ill Ohio, just to show that he is :0'1 Democrat. This would give hit great advantage ovor Cleveland an ill, nclthor of whom has a barrel. Mil Victor Foosk, tlio gltusworkor t artin's Kerry, understands the tari: i-ils relation to his industry just ttlo better than. the'Riyinter docs. W ust this will not wound tho Rnjitter. It is Miss Ava's jiroiid boast that sh not Diss Debar. Just wait until An lelia guts hor lingers well into Ava1 lir. Some allronts can only bo wipo it that way. Grows won of intelligence do not ar jar to advantage ill a street fist flgh Ills truth was hammered into both c ie acton! In the catch-as-catoh-cnn ( -stcrday. ^ Thk Democrats nrq jroing to giv ldgo Thurman another dinner. The icin to think the old gentleman get ungry once u year and must be public led. Persons who liavo touched the liol at of Troves have been cured of thel nladies. If they tlilnn ao everybod so should bo gild. r Wiiex British sailors are going t jvn n picnic on a foreign shore the lould say so and not disturb th Ten of Eurono. Wnns Flower hits his "bar'l" with ingstarter thero is no uncertain sounc it rather tho jinclin? of refined golc Tiiosias Jeffkiuo.v ?nd Andrew Jncl in aro not having anything to do wit ic Democratic party this year. The Alliance ?jni?| an l/vgianing t ip with consUfcfaofo vigor, l'resentl 10 feathers will ho flyln-;. Baimacmh hiu lifiMi hoard from. 1 3 will send liiii huad to Chllo nil ma; ) forgiven. A French general who can't hold hi nn in a slmm battle will not got man Ijwp*' 1 > 1 [a hurrahs from tlio peoplo. Snussloi to wouldn't draw in a diwo museum in io France. about royalty. ? Of tho various royal ami princely heirs in Kurope who are unmarried, the _ eldest, with one exception?the sou ol ' the Grand Duke of Luxembourg?is 1- Prince Victor Bonaparte, thirty years 0| of age. Next comes the Archduke Charles- Louis of Austria, who is nearly "? twcntv-elght, and then the Cuke ot K Clarence and Avodule, now twentyis seven. The Caarewitch is twenty-three j, years old. Tho Crown Princess of Denmark, only daughter of the late King Charles XV. of Sweden, is a superb woman in every aanun nf flio wnrrl Mnr wit nnil intolh genoe have won for her tho friendship 10 of many brilliant men, whilo her striku iug beauty is the admiration of IJi'nmark. Sfie and tho Queen of Porto (fat n are tho two tallest princesses in Europe. I Tlie Princess tihiko, sister of Queen Natalie, has one child?a boy. So dis>' pleased is the princess with the sex of d the child, who is now i) years old, that l0 she calls him by a girl's name, dresses him exactly like a little girl in frills and lace, and is bringing him up much after the fashion of girls. d Ex-King Milan has been trying to got le married again,but .Metropolitan Michael J refuses to declure his divorce legal. Uut tho Servian Ministry have engaged to ' procure such a declaration if ho will " only stay away from Sorvia. In the y meantime Queen Natalie fumes. r- Tlio Crown I'rinco nf Prussia, like the Prince of Wales, has a duchy at his . ilisposal, and it brings him in a clcar i income of 200,000 marks iinnually. As >> this income will accumulate during the 10 prince's minority, he will lmve a large I, fortune when he comes of ago. l0 King Charles of Knutnauin lias ar_ rived nt Vcnice and been roceivod by the Duke of Genoa, who took him in a V court gondola to the hotel where is Queen Elizabeth is stopping. Sho is sick?because sho can't have her way. Koyal hysterics. King Lobungula, the black ruler of is Mntiibelnland, in .South Africa, is n in mnzillcent specimen of savage royally. , Ho is fifty-seven yours old, of superb ' physical proportions and dignified and 0 courtly bearing. ' The most fragilo royal beauty is the [ Grand Uuchoss Alice of Hesse, born in s the yc:ir 1872. Bho is a superb blonde, ? tull and slender, with delicate features and a certain sylph like loveliness of 0 iier own. n The Czar is one of the fow living banr queters, it is said, who can "drink a loast" according to tho old style, swallowing toasted apples, liquor and all, from (lie brimming cup. Ex-Queen Natalie, who was expelled 1 from Servia, has begun suit in I'aris J* against her husband, ex-King Milan, o for 3,000,GOO francs, part af her personal ir fortune. ii OF FEMININE INTEREST. v ifnie. Martin, the old lady who recently died at Vincennes, franco, bequeathed her fortune of 200,000 francs y to her native town of Toul, loft 1,200 o for the expenses of her funeral ut Vin.. cennes, coupled with tho condition that _ she was to bo buried "as far us possible , from hor lato husband." 8 Hiss Kutherino Drexoi, who bocumo 0 a nun a short time ago, will visit her c JMSienu liar Jiuruu.-i iui u icw uu^g uu ,1 her way to a convent in Canada. It will bo somewhat interesting for her ' friends to meet her, who once knew her " aa the gayest, best dressed girl in Bar Harbor's society. For walking dresses dark chestnut '* brown cloths, various chrysanthemum o shades of purplish red and gray blue, ,A also black woolens plalded with purj plish red, are tho favorites. Plain colors romain, as always, the - safest choice for both service and re11 lined effect, but figured goods abound e in pastelles, in F stripes, in crossbars j. and in marbled designs. j The fashionable dinner tablo of tho coming season will, it is said, show a ' return to the long stemmed goblets, displacing the low tumblers. c A woman in Atlanta is tliQ mother of . twenty-one children, nil living anil itnmarriod. Tho youngest two are twins ; and havo just been born. J A cominemlnblo tendency to lighten s the weight of wool fabrics in noticed in 8 the e.-irlv importations of autumn and ^ winter dress goods. Tho Josephine chignon, bound ronnd 0 round with tho diamond tinru to riviere, is now considered an elegant coiilure for evening. Itibbed goods, after tho manner of n Bedford cord, uru among tho handy somest woolens, and will rival (ho finest 9 linbit cloth. ? "Tho tnllcii school girl in tho world" livos at Kiednatin, near .Storzing. She n is in her fourteenth year anil is about <1 six feet tali. Faced cloths, cheviots and camel's hair aro commended for tailor gowns if aro to be worn again both in tho house ff and street a English suitings for traveling drosses and morning wear repeat tho small: broken checks and irregular stripes of last winter. It is reported that within the last six months 150 young women havo taken n up timber claims in the Stalo of Waslie iugton. d The Queen of tho Bolgians caino near dying a few days ago from an attack causcd by oating watermelons. ' Flower bowls in cut glass are no longer t. round, but arc shown us well in octagon ,f nnd oral shapes. ,( llrorlio and dumassu design* aro al^o hrgelv imported in rough finished woolens. !; 0 Adolf I.au.oz, carriage manufacturer, y 111) Carroll street, Buffalo, >'. Y., states: a I was troublod with nausea oi thestom.. sell, sick headache and general debility. Burdock Blood Bitters cured inc. iu'w Hpcclal Excursion to Mooting of (ho German Cnthollo Congrosj at lSatfolo, N. Y.t r nod Nlnffitrr* Fall*, y via the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, on Sunday, September 20. Special train will leave Wheeling at 8:30 a. in. Jtaio, o round trip to Buffalo, So 85, and ,. Niagara Kails, $6 10. Mr. Charles II: Bohier, Mr. George Smith ami Jtr.Y! Stritf, transportation committee, as woll as n'jonts Baltimore & Ohio, will givo detailed Information regarding tho n trm ^ Excnralon Kqtnn to M. l.onl?, Mo., S?p? l? t ember 10th and 20th, 1801, Via IS. & O. 1 lull road. c" On nbovo dnteu tho Baltimore & Ohio h Ikilroad Company will aell excursion tickets to St. Louin, Mo., on account of tho mooting of tho Sovereign Grand r> I-odfce, I. 0. 0. F. Ticket* will be ir?x?d for return pawns? up to and including * September 23th. DON'T l>e minlotti). Tim hlfQnllt Mtlo U j at alltlil. A CO.'H imtr ?tom* to?duj*. Y Okdkm by telephone, telejrraph or iKMtolIlco order for pure I'ounnyivanm ltyo Whiskv will receive prompt atten"* .tionby BI.'K. J-nlly. 2100 Main otreet. y Telephono No. 03U, -* NO EPIDEMIC THERE. > The ComUtlun of Health at the Seat ot tlto UnlrerBltj. Ib the RUlvr or /V TnitUtQncer: Sinlteports have gained currency through publication lu tlie Wheeling papers that there is an epidemic of fever at Moncantowii, which have caused some solicitude to parents having sons at tbu University. There are probably a less number of cases of fever in this community at this time than are to be found in tiie majority of towns tills season of an equal population. After careful inquiry, I can learn of but three cases of typhoid fever, cn>l every one ol them, It is believed, wan contracted by exposure to the contagion elsewhere. So single ease is traceable to unsanitary local conditions. Tliero havo been two cases of scarlet fever amoi?g children in the same family; and a young girl who had been in contact with these children died a few days ii?0, and it io alleged, though her physician denies it, that she died of scarlet fever. However, out of an abundance of caution the town school bonrd postponed the opening ol the public schools, lest tho contagion might possibly exist among the children. These are the exact facts, without coloring or concealment, in regard to tho existence of fever in Morgautown at this time. If there is to be an epidemic of fever it is yet to cornu. It does not exist now. Moreover, wo think wo havo the healthiest town in the State. Our water is furnished from mountain springs and runs directly into our houses without anv chance of contamination. We lmvo ptiro mountain air ill unlimited quantities. Our town is clean, anil there is probably no other town whore a man lias a better chanco to bo Iioalthy and hearty than right here. We hope, therefore, vou will disabuse the public mind in thfs behalf, and you aro at iiborty to make uso of the statements above set forth, and hold me efponsible for them. Kospectfully, W. P. Willev. Wnt Virginia Univmity, Morganstoien, September 10. Every Ono on Donrd Lost. San Francisco, Sept.17.?Tlio mystery surrounding the fate of the schooner Pannonia so long over due at this port from tho Marshall islands is at last cleared up. Tho vessel sailed for San Francisco on May ], laden with a genoral cargo and in addition to a crew of seven had on board Copt. Lovedule's wife and three children. It is also said that several, missionaries had takon passage on the Pannonia to come to this city. The schooner was wrecked on n reef to the northwost of tho Hawaiian islands and every bouI on board was drowned. Woat "Virginia I'cnilonk Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. Washington', D. C., Sept. 17.?Went Virginia pensions: Original?Mnrcon Chnlfant, John W. Hawloy, William II. Jamison. Additional ? Samuel P. Elliott, William M. Payton. Thrown mill Killed. Special Dispatch to the InttlUgcncrr. Caldwbi.i., 0., Sept. 17.?A woman by tho naino of Mrs. Cox, residing a few miles east of Caldwell, was instantly killed late yesterday afternoon blueing thrown from a liorse. That tired feeling now so often heard of, is entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, wliich gives mental and bodily strength. 2 Sunday KxcuriHon*. Commencing Sunday, May 31, and everv Sunday thereafter, tho Baltimore Jc Ohio liuifrond Company will sell excursion tickets to Pittsburgh and roturn at $1 oO and to Washington and rnhii>n nf Ql irniul rntnrti'uur Sitndnv lUVUttt MM V) ftVVW only. Fda HEAD GEO. E. STIFEL A CO.'S "nd." Fifth pngw. T H N MILLS have a floor surface of ten acres, and are the only flour mills in the world with a railroad track through them. Use WASHBURN,CROSBY CO.'S "GOLD MEDAL FLOUR." For sale by grocers generally. STEWART & WARD, Mill Agents, Bellaire, 0. mu2s-m\vf A GROflNG STATE ?IS?? lest Virginia. CAPITALISTS AND SETTLERS Are looking to it for Investments and for Homes I THEY KNOW THAT The Intelligencer Leads In all that relates to State Development. They take the paper to see what is going on in West Virginia. If you have LAND TO SELL, Tell them through nu INTELLIGENCER, and tell them at once. SEND FOR ADVERTISING RATES. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED?A LADY TO ACT AS clerk in mi otilre Must nndcrrtind | utenogruphjr and typo writing. AddrtM In ouu handwriting, "A. 1)-" Infelitgcuo?r otllcg. city. WANTED?A GIRL TO 1>0 GENERAL houtcr* or*. ??>r? uooklug. Oood wokcs with ii good lioir.e to u reliable girl. Ca'l ut 51 South Trout ?tn.et. iieur bridge. ??iS FOK SALE-BIG BAY HOUSE. 8 year* old. Weight about 1,130 six Imda high. A very handsome hor^v. Well bioieti, with good pedigree. Can trot in le*s tlinn 'J:H. Agpljr at lJfS Unln atrcet, or address K 0. Jlox F"~0K SALE-A OOOD PAYING gent'* furnlxhiuK lmslni-M, efltahllahcd elgmeenyva-a. i*ropn?nrk?"?k id* bUfliiexN in New YorK i-? ibe reason for m?Uina. Address "FUKSlsilUKGS," cure lntedlgcucor otttr,e. * *? "lirANTKD?ACiK.VfS, MALK AND >V /cuiaIc. to *;11 tlis llraluint Tollel ( ??. ; 81 trt |!0 per clay clear proflt; ?ampleand iortn* to ?g?nt? 25 centi; luoney refunded if not hathfactory. Aildmiv W. 1?. JOUKSTOK. i?l West Third street, Cincinnati, 0. sel t-MW otonewahe AT WHOLES ALE. Jars from Half Oal'on to Fifteen Gallon. All site* Crocks mid Batter 1'otK CbOapest ever offered i:i Wheeling. fois ItAHNES & McQKEUOR. ^"OTICE. There will he a rcgulur meeting ol the W. C. T. U. at ihi Young Men's Christian Association rooms this (Friday) afternoon at 4 o'clock. * DR. IIAJimi.T B. J OSES, President M?y KirAM: T. Ca nnrmoiiT, fonrv t-iry. ?-18> J^OIt SALE CHEAP. Tbo well known Garden Spot Ice business, rondstfng of three lee wngous. bones and hi;rnets. Inqulro at corner of lluron-and Jenicy streets. sel" MRS. MARY KRSST. Traslee. j^oTicir. Alljvorjons d!*sjrlng privilege* onf the Fair urmiu'in wt ichvuuivuki mvi uhw uuuuk v??u Emancipation rclubratlou, on hep'oinber zl, most secure win t on or before Saturday, September ID. Apply to REV. J. J. JONES, _jelO No. 10*1 Chupllne street. VALUABLE V WEST VIRGINIA LANDS FOR SALE. 2 0M acre* of the best farming crazing anil timber lands in the South Branch Valley, near Mooreflold, Hardy county, to 1m wild October 0. J. \VM. OI1.KKSON. Moorefleld, W. Vu., II. B. GILKESON, Roroney, W. Vn.. MlO Trim tees. J10RRENT. A largo rtoro room now being built on Main, Tenth nnd Market streets Will have h frontugo of over ?W feet. A tenant that would occupy the whole of itproferred, but If ncressury it will be divided iuto store zooms to suit, inquire of - JAMES I* 1IAWLEY, toir. No. 14-J0 Main street. QTOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING. IO The stockholder* of th i Wheeling Building Association will m6et in room No. 4 ut No. Ifflu Market street, Cnangle's block, on Thursday evonlng, October l.V 18D1. nt 7 o'clock, to adopt by-laws, eloct a board of directors and tranmict such other business as may oomo 10 fore them. Dues will t?e received at" the sam? time. For stock or Information apply to elthorof the undersigned : Thomas O'Brieu, James 11. McClurc, Joun is. cintor, joqd i. cowi, n, ?. miner, Jatucs McAdanu. B. E. Aduus, G. W. Atkinson, J. C. Brady, X. W. Beck. W. II. Amlersou. wl7 ? fj, YOU CAM (iET Or 4? EWINO BROS'., go!7 1215 Market St opp. McLure IYouao. QITY TAX NOTICE. Office of tub City Collector, ") PUDMC BU1LD1NO, > WnEELEfo, September 17,189L J Notice is hereby given that the City Taxes for 1891 will bo due and payable at the ofllco o 1 tbo City Collector, Public Building, Thursday. October 1,1891. Perlons paying all of thoir taxes on or before tho.lut day of November, 1831, will be entitled to a dhcomit of ttvo per cent on e ty taxes. The tuxes on real estate "frill bear Interest from November 1,1SU1, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum uutll paid. JOUN A. WniTE, soI7 City Collector. NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE OUR NEW FALL LINES -OKFINE CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC, Bronzes, etc., etc. Nowcst anil Choicest Goods on tho Market. I. a. DIIiXiOKT d? oo. WCholco new pieces of Silver p-on cd daily. GARLOCK PACKING] For Steam Engines is tbe Beit. Doi h Not Cut (Im Kails. Is Sfenm Tight. Will Last Longer Than Any Other. CHKS. H. BERRY, TWILL SUPPLIES, No. I23Q Water Street. Real Estate for Sale. Frame dwelling and new fnuno bote) at Mannlngton, W. V?: lot GTxlGl feet, on Main street, S3.0U0. Improved property northeast corner Thirtyfiret awl Chapllnu 8tn.it <; ground 100x150 feet. Rent* for ?97j per annum. towy terms. No, lO'Ziufc strait. Irtand, brick dwelling. No. 2XXJ Chapllnu street, brick dwelling, 11 No*. 1025 and 1027 Alain street, now, bridge corner. No. 1033 Chnpllne street, Iwlclc, 7 rooms. No. 1.S5 Sixteenth, street, brlek. 4 roouw. No. 1117 Alloy II. framm four room*. No. X 0) MeCoiloch tr .-el, line brick. 7 TOoms. No. 82a Mnrket smot line briek dwelling. No. 1?V22 Main street. bu?!n<*ft.block. No. 77 Main Mr,*?:. brick <1 wolnnf. tfl,M0. No. 133 South iJiomlway. irinie cottage. No. i'l 3ouih York rtreet. framo cottage. No*. 017 Main stnvt. river view, brlek. No. 1210 Jlynm street. brlek dwelling. No. 2** North Kro-?t Atinef. frame ^welling. No. W TJUrtv-.Orst stre* t f n; brit k dwelling. BINE1IART & TATI M, sclS 1314 Market Street. MINNEHAHA FLOTJR IS ALWAYS DHIFORMIN QUALITY. YOU WILL NKVEJl IIAVE DAD imKAD KttOM iinnehalia Flour. NO B2TTER FLOUR CAN HB MAUL >UOM WHEAT THAN. MINNEHAHA! WANT ED-FOR THE UNITED STATKS ARMY, oble-bodlcd, nnraarrlod men. between tin* ?ge? of 21 and ;C? yenw. Good ]mic ration*. vioiWiiitf and tnedlcni iittondnnc* Applicant* mint prepnroa to fnrni?h mlU* factory evident* as to w, ebaructer and habltt Apply at lttl Ma!u afreet. Wheeliu*, W. Va. jyi-MWM amusements. OPERA HOUSE. MONDAY MIGHT, SEPT. 21, (Same Night m the Circus.) THE WORLD'S GREATEST PREST1DIGITATEUR E | PROF. M^RPMANM. Aided by MME. HEJUIMASX, wwntint a Suncrb Entertainment of Maclr, Mirth ami Mjv tfrr I AdtniulOti price*. :0 and 75c. RtmveJ teati 81. ?ale of mti will open on fcnurtUr, September 10. at Howie'* tnnMcJKore. eclT" GRAND OPERA HOUSE" a a GEXTIIEK Majugu. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. COMMENCING OX MONDAY EYEX1XG, SEPTEUBEK 21. a lis uur.ATCCTur am. WXH l'tAYS, The Irish Corporal! WITH F. GORDON MEADE Au<l an Exci'l'etit Company. Price*?Orrhc?tmChulr*. no cents: 1'ms Circle 88 cents: Unitary, 2T# ten:*. KtscrviriScatson yalo at Weir's. M.]s WALL PAPER, BORDERSTETC! SPECIAL NOTICE. Wall Paper ?AND? BORDERS. I will commenco receiving my WALL PAI'ER and BORDERS toilay lor next Spring's traue. which I will put on sale ut one*. BEAUTIFUL GOODS Cheaper than Ever. JOSEPH GRAVES, Ml?nw<r 26 Twelfth Street. GEO.EIORNERM. Telephone 014. Carries tbu largest und cbcopwt .stock of WALL PAPER! i.v*nin city. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH US. GLASS. PUTTY, AC House and Sign Painting in all branches. Regiazmg Glass anil raper iiaogioj DONE OX SHORT KOTICt 3 9 TUtfELPTH STREET. Near Market Stroat. STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. MUSIC! Song Classics. Yois. I 4 ii. Two volume, ench with nhout -10 classical 80U(,u, of acknowledged reputation. Piano Glassies. Vols. I S Ii. Two large volumes, full music ?Izc, contoinlcf 44 and 31 pieces re?jx>ctlvoly. Young People's Classics. Yols. I 4 II. Ench volume contains about SO pieccs of taj hut effective music. Souir Classics for Low Voices. Classic Baritone ami IJass Soul's. Classic Tcmir Sorf<. Classic Koiir-Ilaiid Collodion. H 19 mpcrfor duet* for plnno hy Hofmauo. <?wlnrJ, lirulitna, and uthur iuutlhiR coi?|>OM.an>Any volutuo in l>ni><*r, til: UimrtU, 91 -j; Clutli CiJlt, ?' !. Pubt]mlil. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. I LYOK & iiEALYj CWcago. C. B. DITSON Jk CO., J. n. DITSON* A CO.. I N?7 Broadway, N. Y. 12Jh Cliostimt si., i'hu. kc7mth<HV SOME BARGAINS FOR FAIR WEEK, LIVES OP BOONE. CHOCK KTT. CARSON OB W1TZKLL. finely I o*iivj niMjIluflruirtl. co^ ^ | '(WSwOTT'SMKXICJ ?voitijnu?.in )il( kl.Km-HKY l'\.NN. Now h-i.v. - SI"' M Ono Jot (ten tlfl.'ii KINK SUiycjUlTI' Jf 817fl raaiiwl 'roin ^ n,,(* *' ~'J lu *' 411 , .AM STATE SCHOOL COOKS ot fouinrt H Prlc?* . Look nt our P5c, .'0c nnd 7"c lino* of STASIr AI(l) IJGOKK. Good Mndliitr, |?up.'r niid print- I Stanton TIvinpor __*eio 1*101 Jtlark?'t Street* __ FINE STATMEE I Writing Tablets and Box Paper H From 10c per box up. A aJco lineulunci's, mini* iiuxrsiw I lviirriso i'ji'kk. We have jos' rocclved a Iurpe line of 0he# *" -?-> omhmcfnir iuauy 3C* m for iHir.m nmiunuiKui. novcitfa ui.a nil a I tiio old f?vurik< CASLB BROS. I _?22___mm_mai:i h School Books and Slates I For Public Schools, I Ml at h. f. behrens'. _ | gjCHOOL uook.s. i SLATfB, I'AD". I'RCS it. W* 7,SB liffflWWiPBg'w* TteVUMttlsl) ' Ih QUlftCV,.t ?.. . *i "ail??'" ?