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Vh.. m second-class matter.] TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Editorial Room#.......431: Counting Room 41t Mdltgtmx. WHEELING, 8EPTE3IDER *3, 18DL Mr. Bruce on the Colord Race. Tho speech of ex-United States Senator liruco, on tho Fair Grounds yesterday, was ono of tho hnppiost ever hoard in this city. Mr. Bruco has a pleasing address and his subject perfectly fn hand, and with almost every sentence makes a point His aim was to picturc in outline tho progress tho colored race has made and on that to base a hopeful view of tho future. lie maintains that the colorod man cannot bo lured out of this country by any schemo of coloniiatiou howovor captivating. This the Ixtkllioincej has argued often. The colored man is here, native and to tho manor born. This is hia country and no other American is more attached to it. ... Tho colorod man knows no land more inviting than this, and whethor his path ' ba strewn with roses or with thorns this is the path he intends to walk in to the end. All schemes of African colonization aro futile. If they wero not so the colored race would bo with us for a long timo to come, for it is a numerous race and prolific, and tho world has not ahips enough to move it fast enough to make a great impression on the colored census. Mr. Bruce is right again when ho says that the colored race cannot bo cut out of tho body of the people and kept within the limits of prescribed territory? the blacks would brako out and the whites would break in. The two races are here together, to work out together the end which Providence has appointed. We do not understand why it is so, but so it is and the problem will in good time be worked out. As the colorod race accumulates, particularly in the form of real property, it will make for itself a higher standing. With education and industry and thrift it will carve out its destiny. II has seen a wonderful improvement in its condition, part of which was in the nature of restitution by tho white rnco. Having received back tho freedom that was taken from it, the black raco has done for Itself more than could have been expected of a peoplo so lately lifted out of the most degrading state that men can be in. The colored race is doing well, though not so well as its friends would liko tc Bee it do; and Buchsensiblo talks as Mr. Eruce's will do t great deal to help on to better things. Confesses Judgment. After his friends had explained in va rious ways the absence of'Livosy, cashior of tho Pennsylvania treasury, ho forwards his resignation. Livesy is ono of the public officers who had interesting correspondence with Bardsloy, and is suspected of having stood in with Bardsloy in pocketing tho public funds. Bardslev was using the State's funds in his own way, and the reasonablo presumption is that Livesy was not losing uny money by the transaction. Livesy sent his resignation from Milwaukee; from which it is to be Inferred that ho is in no haste to get back to Pennsylvania, which has two excellent pcnitontiaries. The probe is doing good work. Perhaps tho days ot Its usoful iioss are not over. Tho Approntlco System. Tho brickmakers and the maetoi builders of I)oston liavo readied a sensiblo agreomijjit with regard to apprentices. Tho employors may have as many appentices as they please, provided that no apprentico aorvea less than throo years, shall not bo out of bit apprenticeship until he lias reached hit majority, and shall bo (riven continuous employment in dull seasons as well as brisk. To limit tho numbor of apprentices as is dono by somo trades unions is to limit tho opportunities an American born boy has to loam a trado. Tho for eigh born journeymen may step into e job as soon as he stops off tho ship that brings him over, a manifestly unfaii advantage over the American boy. A Just Vewllct. The verdict in the Woodson murdei trial does substantial justice. Woodson 1 > II?/? ..7.1 ? liau IIU UiUMYO *W? UiUlUVilUQ li??u?l|^ . and bad no thought that death would remit. Fleming began the attack and Woodson did no more than any olhct man might have dono under like circumstances. His misfortune wan thai lie was a bartender in > piano that did not bear tho -beat name, and after the man lmd been struck ho diod soon. It was an unfortanato combination ol drcumstanccs, and Woodson was more to bo pitied than blamed. Notwithstanding tho jury finds him not guilty, lio has spent three months in jalL An innocent man should not have to wait that long (or a chance to prove hii innocence. Mercenaries In West Virginia. Arthur Middle ton make* a good point on the employment of special officers at Raymond City, and Governor Fleming ia interested in the point ai it ia made, It is an odd thing to bring mon Iron another Stato and make them at once special constables in this State. Tho peace should bo preserved, but are there not enough citizens of West Virginia for this purpose without bringing in mercenaries? ; Public sentiment is not wiluly in favor of this method of bringing strikers ; to torms. Tho clear intent of it is tc | intimidate, not to preserve the peace. West Virginia is able to preserre hoi i own peace. Love's Labor Lost. Councilman Kobinson is one of the men who would have the city woll goy1 erned if he could, but he must not for ; get some things. For example, whal would bo the use of investigating the - conduct of the chief of police. Hasn'l he confessed to enough to waarant tak . ingofliishead? Aud wasn't he allowed to go and sin some moro if he felt like It' It is true that he confessed with the : understanding that ho was to be allowed . to hold his place, but this again onlj shows inoro forcibly that he lias the Council by tho nose. The present chie of polico will hold his office until he 1 serves out his term, and it is by nc means a euro thing that ho cannot be , re-elcctcd if tho law allowed hfia a i term. i Sinco ho cannot succeed -himself ihif i time he may conclude to test his popularity by running for something else? posslby for Congress. Mr. Pendleton would have to look to his laurels in the convention. Too urcn praise cannot bo given to tho colored people of Wheeling foi their successful effort to celebrate in a fitting -way tho day that mado them men. They mado a good appearance, and it was a gratification to soe them onjoylng themselves on a day which for them has moro real substance in it than tho Fourth of July over had for the white men of this land. The colehration cost them a great effort, but it was worth all it cost. *ii The start from the outside for tho coveted lands is well described in the i picturesque dispatch from Guthrie. There were three people alter each piece of land, which must have made a vory pretty race. Thus for there are no reports of serious trouble, which may be accounted for by the precautions the Government had taken to preserve or dor. Wo are not to supposo that it was the order of the church, hut just enough to prevent tho breaking of heads. Things arc changing in Ireland. Who would havo thought that the Frceman't Journal would over rip Parnell up the back? It is Parncll's own fault. He has made his bed and must lie in it He could have gono into history as the deliverer of his people. He lias already become historical as the man who sold his country for the favor of a woman who was false to her own household. The idea of Council to prevent steam and stench from issuing from the jew1 era is a good one. Tho remedy is easy? 1 to put traps in all sewer openings. The ' presence of sleaui simply makes the 1 nuisance apparent to tho eye. It is perceptible by tho noso whoro thoro is nc steam. It is not only an annoyance, but 1 a sourco of dangor. All sower openings ought to bo trapped. If tho farmers had taken tho advice of their Alliance friends they would not hnve hurried com forward so fast as to overwhelm the big Wall street firm ol White it Co. Mayho tho Whites? and some of the rest of them were back ol tho Allianco advice, which was not token in sufflcont quantities to buvc them. Mits. Uopkinh-Seari.es may have been very wrong-headed, but tho probability is that slio knew what she wished to do with hor money, and had herwill draws accordingly. 'Isn't it odd that rich people are suspected of having unsound minds?alter they have climbed the golden stair? Can'ara lias a now sensation in the corruption line. Is there none right eous, no not ono? Every man in public place who had an opportunity seems to have embraced it with both arms. A ono-armed official would have borrowed on arm. What docs Minneapolis mean by lotting St. Paul got ahoad of her in the high vaulting of tho thermometer' Minneapolis will have to hustle. Thit : kind of thing hurts her prestige. It is ! her proud boost that alio loads. 1 Tiir Ixtklmosxcsr tourists nro doing 1 tlio sights across Lliq pond in a vorv satisfactory style. Their visit to Car i dinal Manning was ono of the most in< terosting incidents of their trip. Tins is tho kind of weather thai . makes McKinloy votes, and makes loti , of them. . BREAKFAST BUDGET. Will Fleming, of Del Norte, N. jr.. while unpacking a case of mineral wntftr r?nt nn in ShnnLa rnnntv. (!nlifnr. nin, found n live scorpion in the exceli sior which was in the box. The scor> plon was about five inches in lensth I from tip to tip, and seemed to bo none | the worso off for his confinement. Washington has a cat which is a regular theater-goer, gaining admittance through n brokon window on the stage ; and leaving punctually at the close ol I the performance. It belong; in a drug store noar the theater. Between sea1 sens it's a very domestic animal, rarely ffointr nu-.iv frnm tho nhnn. To make white rosea bluo water the trees throughout the winter with a solution of Prussian blue, and if yon want them to bo green use sulphate of coopor. Elijah Bavins, a prominent citizen nj , Windsor, Conn., bad ono side of hit I face ahnvon when be called tlio barber a fool, and the tonsorial virtuoso compelled him to go home with the wind blowing fifty per cent. A local justice ; hag fined the barber $2 for breach of . contract. \ An old lady of Clititpn, Mo., brought ' suit against the Missouri Pacific rail road company for $5,000 foe killing her i husbond and $50 f >r killing an olu sow. i When the matter came up she dismissed as to her husband but refused to fall a cent on the sow. A New York hotel koeper is exhiblt" ing a box of twenty-five cigars which : have been sent to nim by a Havana maker as a sample of what the Prince of Wales smokes. They are seven inches long and cost $1,800 a thousand. Tobacco smoking is crowing rapidly 1 in England. During the last fifty years . the consumption per head of population was nearly double. The attorney general's report of crime in Michigan snows a great increaso of crime, also that convictions don't averi age over fifty per cont. The electric cranks have made an . electric light walking stick with a small incandcscent lamp at the end and a ' storage battery inside. ' Some dwellers in a Chelsea (Mass.), street are so classical that they have petitioned the city government to I "acadamizo" it. . Tlio British warship Turquoise, for which Lord lleaconstleld paid ?iJ(i,000, has beon condemned as unlit for seri vice. I A London journal is trying to in' creaso its noDularity by publishing it , self on scouted pacer. Defiance, la., boa a man 5 feet S inchon in height, who weighs hut sixty-fire ' pounds. ' One of the most interesting things at > the Hannibal, Mo., fair was tho slow , mule race, , PERSONAL POINTS. A brother of Congressman Dolllver, . of Iowa, has been electcd president of tho University of Utah, at Ogden, with 1 a salary of $5,000 u year. He is only i twenty-four and probably the youngest college president in the country. Reported that Miss Marie Junson is to wed a grandson of the noted English brewer, Buss. Nothing ails llass' worldly prospects, as ho is said to be heir to estates valued ut $15,000,000. Prof. Franz Bruennou, the astrono ? I.- J,-J - ..? t? H?i_ Jiiur, HHU UlUU ? OIIUII. Hint u^u ill ' del burg, una noil knoirn in America, ax ' ho was the occupant of tho chair of astronomy in Ann Arbor for many years. It is thought that General Swaim, judge advocate-general, who is debarred by a court-martial sentence from performing his duties, will soon bo retired on completion of thirty years' servico. Mrs. Jefferson Davis, by Governor Iloadly, her attorney, has sued the Bodford Publishing Company for $4,000 royalties duo her on thesaleof tho memoirs of tho late J. D. Tho recent visit of prince Scarsinki. chamberlain of the Czar, to Paris is said to have been intended to arrango a visit of the Ciarina to franco late in tho autumn. The last French survivor of the battle of Trafalgar, Louis Cartigny, has just completed his one hundredth year. Ho was u cabin boy on the liedoubtable in 1803. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, whom every young matron remembers as a favorite author of her girlhood, has just celebrated her sixty-eighth birthday. Mrs. Leland Stanford lias purchased 130 handsomely bound biblos to go in tho students' rooms at the Polo Alto University. Mrs. John Sherwood savs it is not unusual for a Now York hostess to spend $1,000 on a luncheon for twenty women. Ibsen's eon is to marrv tho daughter of BjoriBon, the poot. 'I'he young lady is beautiful and lias a flno voice. Cardinal Manning is to prepare an essay for the great labor congress at ' Chicago. The GreatAit of Alt Gifts. There is no gift to be compared with 1 health. None realize this like tho suf ferer from some chronic or long-standi ing disease. To such f fie gift of renewed health is priceless. And yet it is within the reach of all such sufiorcrs. .. The great specialist in tho cure of all forms of nervous and chronic diseases, Dr. Greene, of 35 W. Fourteenth street, 1 New York, who has long stood at the : head of tho profession, lins decided to [ give consultation and advice hereafter . free, llis medicines are all purely vegetable anil harmloss, and his success iu ' curing diseases is unequaled. His woni derful discovery for tho nerves, Dr. Greene's Ncrvura, is probably the greatest modioli discovery of tho age. Kemeinber, sufferer, that you can write him a description of your case and lie will return a carefully considored letter, fully explaining your disease, giving advice, etc., without charge of any kind. Send for his symptom blank to fill out, I and follow his advice ii you wunt to be cured. i ? Ifnlf Rntefl to Firomon** Tournament at Atlantic City vlit n. & O. It. II. ' For the firemen's tournament at At lantic City, September liUth?October 2d inclusive, the Baltimore <S Ohio rail, road will sell round trip tick. , from all stations on its lines KiiHt of the Ohio river at rate of ono fore for tho round I trip. Tickets will be sold from September I'oth, to October 2nd, inclusive, and will be valid for return pnssago until ' October 6th Inclusive. This low rate is i not restricted to firemen, but is open to i tho public, and presents the last opportunity of the season to enjoy a cheap ' trip to the seashore. The L'aftimore I Ohio railroad provides fast limited express trains via Washington with Pullman scrvico, and oilers tho only double r track route to tho sea. Tho tournament \ will consist of pnrados, torch-light processions, and all kinds of firemen's con tests by representatives of prominent companies of all the leadingcities'of tho East, and will bo one of the many attractions which Atlantic City nfiords at > all seasons. For more detailed information as to rates, time of trains and Pullman accomirtbdatiuns, apply to nearest Baltimore & Ohio ticket agent. Okdess by telephone, telegraph or ; I jvostoffico order^for pure Pennsylvania ' 4VYO :W!I1SKV W#U IUWJ4YO |/tuui|ik?ni?;u-, ' tionby M. E. Jjilly. 2100 Main strpet. Telephone No. Lot* for Sale. i Beautiful lota (or sale at Moundsvillo. High, dry and in Rood location. Near paved streets and railroad station. The most beautiful point in tho Ohio Vnl1 ley. Attend tho solo by the M. M. A | Jl. Co. next Wednesday and Thursday, ; September 23 and 24. Ylnitimnro ? Ohio Harrent Exoanloa. September 15 and 20 tho Baltimore 4 Ohio Company will gell excursion tickots , from Wheeling and liellairo to points in the west, northwest at reduced rates, good returning thirty davs from date of ' sale. For particulars enquire of Baltimore & Ohio agents. Children Cry for Pitcher's .Castorla.' SEARLES WILL CASE. llearinjr Opened?Lawyer Dodge Testlfl to Drawing up the Will. Salem, Mam., Sept 22.?Tho lioarii in the Searles will caso was opened i the probate court this morning. Wi W. Dodge teatilied to drawing tho wi of Mrs. Searles. It was read to her ar she signed it after declaring that it e: pressed her wishes. She was to all a| pearances of sound mind. Witno; mentioned the drawing of another wil and the court on motion ordered it pr duced. Incidental to tho request it wi stated that Timothy Hopkins would ni bo concedcd the right to appear as ? adopted son. Mr. Burleigh proceeded to crow-e: amine witness, his main point belt the fuctthatthe name "Timothy Ho] kins" was written in apparently ditlerent work in a blank space left f< tho name. Mr. Dodgo stated as his itnpressio thnt ho loft tho space until ho got I Mcthuen, as he was not sure whetlu tliere was a middle initial. Ho ho been instructed to draw a will loaviti all the property to Mr. Searles, and h duty as a lawyer required he insert tl section regarding the omission of tt nalno of1 Timothy Hopkins. Ho calle tho special attention of Mrs. Searles I this and told her he could modify it sho desired, but sho stated that it e: pressed her wishes and it was executoi You Tako No Iilik Tn Vinvinr* TTr?rt/l'o KorannnriHn. fnr it everywhere recognized as tlio standai building-up medicine and blood purifle It lins won its way to the front by i own intrinsic merit, and has the largei sale of any preparation of its kind. An honest druggist will confirm this suit ment If you decide to take Hood Sarsaparilla, do not bo induced to bti anything else instead. Be sure to gi Hood'B. ? ON FIRE WITH ECZEMA. Terrible Sufferings or Littto Bob; Seven Doctors and Two Hospitals Foil. Cured by Ctiticura. My babv boy, 5 montbs old. broko out wit eczema. l*bo HchliiR and burning was iutensi tbo eczema spread to his limbs. breast, face an bca?l. until bo was nearly covered; bis torturir ngonics were pJtJable to bebold; bo bnd i; l*-aco and but little re , ulKbt or day. Ilo wi uuder treatment at (life f \ onttlmcaattwohosjilta / \ anil by peven doctor* 1 1 ibis city without t) . I lean beueflt; every pn / seriiitioii of the docto: /Om ffiw y) was laitbfully tried, bi W fir be grow worse all tl ay tiiuo. For mouths I e: IK ponded about S3 jm JVN week for medicines, an V ?= JpjK wmentirely dixcournga , ^j''r I purchased Cuncuitj ^ Clticpka Soap umi Ci tictra Htrolvk.t and followed the dlrectloi to tlio letter, Relief win Immediate, hi* autfe in** wore cased, and nat and sloop permittee lie steadily Improved and In uluo weeks wi entirely cured, and ha* now as clear a skin an Is oh (air a boy as any mother could wish to sc I recommend overy mother to uso it for evci Baby Humor. MRS. 1C FERGUSON. 80 W. Brookline st., Boston. Cuticura Remedies The great akin cures, blood purifiers, and hnmi remedies of modem times, Instantly relieve tl mustagonlzluK forma of eczema and psorlusl and speedily, permnnently, economically, at Infallibly euro ovcrv Fpecics of torturing, dl figuring, Itching, burning, bleeding, seal crusted, and plwnly diseases and humors of tl hkln. scalp, and blood, with loss of hair, fro infancy to age, whother simple, pcrolulous, i hereditary, when all other methods and be physicians falL Sold everywhere.Prlco.CtrrJba. 00c: So a: 25c; Resoi.vk.vt, 1U i?ropare<Br tho l'om Dbuo and Chexical Cori-obatiW, Boston. MTSond for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," mure*. Ml Mlustr.itions. nnd 100 testimonial*. r ^--?.v : ?"i DIUPMi?, black-headt.red. rough, chnpped at rim oily skin cum! by Ccticpka Soap. SOLD FOLKS'PAINS. Full of comfort for all IVUn*. I flam million and Weakncm of iho Agi Is the Cntlcum AutM'nlfi Plant? the first and only pnln-kllllt Ntrvntrthenlng plaster. Nevr, iu>ta taneoug ami Infallible. NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. JlltsMo NEW FallDressGoods InUW UPtlNtU. Coloredand Black Bedford Cordj Colored and Black Whip Cords ALL THE NEW SHADES IN Henrietta and Serges Qnorlnl AHontlnn P.nltArl tn nil Beautiful Assortment oF ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS In Plain and Fancies, 40 Inches Wide, AT 50c. A YARD. J.S.Rhodes&Co THE A^H BUR I MILLS have a floor sur face of ten acres, and ar the only flour mills in th world with a railroai track through them. Us WASHBURN, CROSB' CO.'S "GOLD MEDAI FLOUR." For sale b grocers generally. STEWART & WARD ! Mill Agents, Bellaire, 0. an&KWir NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "WANTED-A GOOD colored TT girl for homework. TO Indiana street. to22 ig wANTE1)-GLRL F0K house|n f? WORK. Nuno but fint-cbus need apply. lu 183 South Front street. i*J2 " TXTANTED-TO KENT A HOUSE ill ? T with eight or ten room*, suitable for id n hoarding houoe. Inquire at aOfliMaln >wet. 0 x- Wonted-men to break f V alorieon the pike at ML Pleasant,Ohla p- Address E. It. JQNES, ML PleasanL Ufa la self it8 "Wante d?blacksmith, roii ll? VV general work. Aptly to A. WARKEKE, o Twenty-third ctreet, botween Market and Main ig stiveta. Jt "UTANTED?A NIGHT WATCH MAX m T T who understands the care of steam bolter. Steady ink Apply at STANDARD AXLBMANUc. FACTUB1XG CO., aw McCotloch ttruet. ae23 ig titanted-an active YOUNG p- t t man to manage an ofllce. Good references r_ and f375 cash capital required. Salary 1760 per year and interest In tb? buMueas. Address room >r 713, Lewis Block, Pittsburgh, Fa. ae22 _ t?ree exhibition in george l. u JJ BURST'S window. Pinna of the improve?0 nicntstbat aro going on at Benwood Juuction. 3r H Too huy a lot now you will double your ,.i money in a ihort time. Special price this week. IU ROLr dc HARVEY, Agents, 1314 Market street. if TjMKST-CLASS STOCKS ,0 X FOR SALE AT AUCTION. In I will offer for anient public auction, ut the north 'Y door of the Court House, on Saturday next, tho !u 26th instant, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the to following stocks: 22 shares Riverside Iron Co., :r AO shares Peoples' Bank, 25 shares JEtna Iron aud Steel Co., 15 shares Belmont Noll Co. K- ac22 Wlf. H. HALLEH. AuetR>neer. 1 QARD OF THANKS. I w ish to return ray most sincere and heartfelt in thanks in this public manner to Messera. Wm. i Dlinmey and John Lane, jailors; Jas. uiue*pio, u T. B. Dolan, Capt. Dovener, Col. Arnett. John A. r. Howard, theO. W. I* club anil the ofltocrs and ta J?ry of the Circuit Court, for tho many kindntxen and courtesies extended ine duviiw my " conllnement and trial, und-to iny noble little iy wife durin* her stay in Wheeling. SJ ^^'?^'V""^Lffiw0Qp80N, iy -J^OTXCE. ^ The undersigned, having been appointed ad_ mintatratorof tbeestato of George 0. Hannun, ? deceased, heroby notifies all persouts Indebted to raid estate to call and make payments, aud all who have claims against tho same will present them to me, prot>eny certified, for payment THOMAS 6'BKIE.V, l. Administrator of the estate of Geo. G. Hannan, ' deceased. sc22 JOHN W. MYLE8, J ?ARTIST.? j tg PORTRAITS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! 10 81 Studio 2154 Main Street. " go49 5 G-0T0 I JXO. F BIEDEI'S It It* ?FOBS' a Jelly Glasaea 1 G-una! O-uns! Guzub I 5; HOGE St BR0., r- Dtslcn la Hartfnare and Farmers' Implements, ^ So. 1113 Market Street (west side,) j Have Jiut placed lu stock tbo largest line of c. C3r TJ 3XT ? V Ever brought to the city. All styles end grades of guns and at prices to suit ovcrybody. au2i-MWMV HOPE A BRO. LaCroix Colors, for China Painting. EWI50 PROS., 1315 Market Street, Wheellag. * 33 TO 100 PER CENT 61 In a Few Months I id "" This is what tho first purchasers will moke on Mounmville Low. This great sale will n. tako place on f, WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER23 >g Don't miKK it If you only hnve 9100 to Inn vest. It will pay you 1 have Hrruugod with the Baltimore & (Jhlo Railroad to run a ? spccial train on that day, leaving Wheeling depot ni Oh. m., returning at b p. 10. ^ will furnish any one who wishes to attend the snlo a round trip ticket freo by cnlllng at myofllce. Telephone or drop a postal and I will mall you the ticket, or furnish ut depot on Wednesday morning. A pica hi tit day is promised orcryonowho I will-attend. a-. O. SMITH, se21 1229 Market Street. FOB SALE. ]| Two lots hi a very cleairablo location in \ JJounilsvillc. at a low figure. J A pood lut ou McColloeh street, duslrablo location. One of the best manufpeturing sites in tho city, fronting on two railroad*. Eight roomed house ou North Front and Kentucky streets, lbland, very cheap, for short tlmo only. Klsht roomed house on South Huron struot. 32,SOU j Good business corner in Centre Wheeling. ) Farm of twenty-eight acres, threo miles from city, cheap: 62,000 on easy pay menu. llouso of live rooms ou Eoff street, below I Fortieth street, 11 an. II Hotwo ot six rooms, 2355 Wood stroet, in good condition, S2,20u House ot ten robins, brick, on Chnpllno streot, between Forty-third and Forty-fourth streots, cheap at 94,000. House of three rooms, on Forty-sixth street, ground 23x100 feet to same. 51.sou. llomo of seven rooms, 2331 Eoflf streot, 83,000. , House of four rooms nt coruerof Eighteenth 11 street nud Alloy U, 51,U00. Lots on North Huron, North Erio and South Penn streets, Inland, S'O to 9100 cnch. .Full lot on Jacob street, with a llvo roomod brick house I" the rene. 92.400. ir Ten roomed houso at a bargain on North Main street. Five roomed houso. 2513 EofT street. 82.300. Half lot on North Main street. 33 by 132 feet , 12.300. I HalflotonEofTstreet, south of Twenty-eighth )j street, 51 uoo. Lots on KolT and Jacob itrcots. In North Bonwoo l. Lots In McMechen. newly laid out, cheap at 8120 to 8273 each. Lots in Zone's Orchard and Old Fair Ground additions. Ileum i ful lots in A. H. Patterson's addition to Elm Grove at low figure*. Choice Jots In Glendulo. House of flvo rooms, in qood condition, 2311 Jacob street, ground :'3xl0) feet, Sl.tiUO. . Lnrge lot ut Edgingtou Lane. Fifteen lots In Flltn ward In Fllan dc Whyto's I addition. Half lot at cast end Twenty-seventh streot, $">30. ? House of four rooms. Near HollPlay'* Covo. Urookc county. W. Vo., farm 2V) acre*. well watere?L Will make Kplondid stork farm, one hundred acre* clear, the balance beinc good timber. nnderlnl<l with two good veins of coal occ vein of lire olny in oil and ga? bolt. l'rJeo. 17,00) ou cosy payment*. i NESBITT & DEVINE, I 1739 MarkarStroet. sc23 MINNEHAHA FLOUR SJ IS ALWAYS : DHIFORMIH QUALITY. Cl YOU WILL NEVKR HAVE BAD e BKZAD FROM I linnoMa Flour. NO BETTER FLOUR CAN BE MADS FROM WHEAT THAN. MINNEHAHA! - 'I AMUSEMENTS. I OPERA HOUSE. ! ______I ONE NIGHT ONLY, Thursday, Sept. 24th, The Charming Emotional Actnss,' MAUDE GRANGER! ! And her own Select Co mpanr, In u Now Play by Mrs. Etta Henderson and Mia Maiblldo linen, Entitled "Gabrielle!" Admission, 75 and 50c. Reserved seat* ?b SaIo of weals commence* Tnesdur, September 1 22 ttt C. A. Houso's Music Store. scl'j OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY, iu?,auA r, it fit MBER 29, Grand Production of Hartley 'C ami-dell's famous T'lctoreiquo ploy, THE WHITE SLAVE, Under the management of 1L a Kennedy. Original Cast, Carload of New Scenery, Startling Mechanical Effect DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE RAINSTORM OF REAL WATER ! Positively tbo most realistic effect over j?po. duced on tho suijju ! PrfcoSi GOcand75c. Reiervod Scats, SL Sale of seats at C. A. House's music store. Sale cominoni'ea Bnturdny. September Si. w2J GRAND OPERA HOUSET | O. C. GENTHEK Managed mtlDPf >wr. t?. .. lUAMmuuio /\A*U cAiunuAl Commencing on Thursday Evening, Sopt 24, The Famous Irish Mclo-Dramatlc Comedy, An Irishman's Lovo, 20 Celebrated Singers, Dancers nnd Cornelians, headed by tho Churining Boubrette, MissLjda Ualdus Lestek, and tbo world renovrucd (ui-> peb quartette. A car load of special seencry. PtIpm?Orchestra clinits. Me: <!* ? rlw>l?\ Ste; gul lory.'.?>< . Seat* at WVlr's. WALL PAPER, BORDERS, ETC, SPECIAL NOTICE. Wall Paper ?AND? BOHDEHS. I will comuicnco receiving my WALL l'Al'ER and BORDERS today for next Spring's trade, which I will put on sale at oucj. BEAUTIFUL GOODS Cheaper than Ever. JOSEPH GRAVES, ?cl?o?w 26Twelfth Street. GEO. E. KQRNER & GO. Telephone 614. Carries tbo largest and cheapest stock of WALL PAPER! IS THE CITY. rAUTlU, U1L3, > GLASS, PUTTY, Ac, House and Sign Painting 15 ALL DRANCHES. Beglazing Glass and Paper Hanging DONE OS SHOUT NOTICE. 39 TWELFTH STREET. Near Market Street. i-h MILL SUPPLIES. GARLOCK PACKING! For Steam Engines is tbe Best. Does Sot Cut (lift KoiR Is Strain Tlijlit. Will Last tonyor Than Any Otlirr. Cbins. H. BERRY, 3TCII-L. SUPPLIES, wfl No. 1230 Wator Stroot, DRUGGISTS. THE "PRINCESS" SCoiiclaolio 3E?ox7Cd?:ttS? CURES W TEN MINUTES. ?Fob Sale by Imuucuns.? | rnrfO CLOTHING, ETC.^ ! "^yAXA.MAKEK A BKOW.V. 2,009 few Pall and Winter Samples I Full CENTS'El'ITS AND OVUROAT* ?XCCP.1VKU DY? J. ill?. FERREL, I ?ntT I Agpnt. Cur. .Mni,i anil Tk. ^ ? JJWAXIT DETAC" iAHIitl LINK O.BELTBNC. The Best v-T^ Now Iho Cheapej!. ; essssessaisssaaaSESS lusmi JWOIVEEBI.VO ca? (Ni town) Philadelphia, and 4? I>c7 Su Ntf* iwtfc | ________ Ionwir. ! 8UIBCRIDE FOR ? ?t?fnnirTn!niiin| T TJI.Dll/lQB rllliS KJ1S1SMI lfnr.LLiur.nuwu SI OO PER YEKB'