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puBLWilBD daily. exceptstwdals ?AT TXfB? fSTELLIGEKCER OFFICE, nfiSSS sr. tnan, caji m;u, * Hint, FitopniirroBs. TERMS: J-rrt YEA It. UY MAIL. IXMTAOS IftEPAlD. Daily Sir day* In tho week $8 00 Daily. three days In the week .... 4 00 Daily, two dnjr? in tho week ............ 2 76 Daily oho <l.iy In tho week 160 Weekly jctir. in advauc? .. 1 00 Wrn:ct.y ?i; months GO 11:0 1'aii.V iNTRMJOBNrEK I* delivered bvpurflit* in Wheeling and adjacent town* at 13 umt> I'ff \u*vk ret oiih m Miinjj to nubmirllk* lo tho Daily Intet-l'oknceh ran <! ? kj by tending In their ordent (o the 1ntm.i.igkkcek oMco on pontal enrd orotbt-rwlfe. Tboy will bo punctually served ty currier*. Tribute* of Hcfjxvt aud Obituary Notices. GO cents jKrr inch. Cniwpf?ndei:ro rontulnlng important news lolli-itcd lion; every jari ol tho surrounding country. Itejeeted conimuulcatlonK will not bo returned uiilii uccoiiiimnled liv ?iiAlcieiit noxtnec. ittie Intkujoknckr. embracing it* Ksveral editions, is rntercM in the Pontofllctt at Wheeling, W. V? . a* meowl-clao matter. 1 TKLKFHOXfi NUMBERS: r Editorial Room* 451: Counting Room 41(1 Wat Snttlfytmv. WIlEKLiyO, HKI'TKMuVrinTfi, 1801. Give Us a Chnnco to Live. The "horse doctor" is fait giving way to the veterinary surgeon. a man as care folly prepared for his life work as is liis brother physician who is to uiinlstor to human ailments. Tho veterinary surgeon would hold an honorable place in the world if his service began and ended with his caro of sick and disabled dumb brutes. In fact the two lines of practice have more frequent points of contact than laymen suppose. This is well illustrated in a papor read by Dr. W. L. Zuill beforo tho Veterinary Medical Society of Philadelphia. Tho paper is the report of a commission appointed by the excollont veterinary department of the Univorsity of Pennsylvania to test the valuo of Koch's lymph on tuberculosis in cattle. It was found that the lymph has value in diagnosing the disease, none whatever in curing it. The report makes the startling declaration that "few scientists now dispute that pulmonary phthisis, tho most dreadful scourgo of the human race, emanates from milch cattle, and is disseminated almost solely by their agency through tho human family." IK IB HIIOWU lliub LUUUlUUlUt UlDCiUCa eziet among people who use tho milk and flesh of cattlo and not at all among pooplo who do not. The inhabitants of the steppes of Asia have no cattlo and no consumption. Thoy drink tho milk of mares and eat the flesh of sheep and and goats. Horses, sheep and goats never have pulmonary trouble. The Esquimaux who live in Greenland and eat tho llesh of cattlo are as subject as anybody to consumption. The Esquimaux who livo where there are no cattle have no consumption. On tho south coast of Africa where tho poople pride themselves on their vast herds "thoy die like flies from tuberculosis." Ouo hundred miles inland where there are no cattlo it is not known that anybody ever died of a pulmonary disease. Tho remedy for the human race is to extirpate tho disease, which tho scientists say can be done by tho National Government undertaking a scientific and non-political inspection of our food. This we should havo had long since. Nothing is of more general and particular importance. It means that our chance to live shall zfot be wantonly diminished by taking in death with that which is intended to sustain life. The member of Congress who shall established this public benefaction will make for himself an enduring fame. In the mutter of food inspection we are far behind European nations. We Need Him in Our Business. Col. Ilcnry S. Olcott, disciple of Madame JMavatsky, is pavin^his native land a short visit on his way back to India, where theosophy finds a more genial soil than in this country. Col. Olcott knows n great deul about his cult which he will not toll because bo few of us aro ready to receive it and it might hurt us. lie doesn't mind saying, however, that it is true that lilavateky received communications by supernatural means. Ho knows this to bo true for ho has received them himself. He has received them on laud and on sea. On one occaaian ho found on tho floor of his state room a lottor containing "instructions from headquarters." He not only receives those lettors, but somo times ho onds tliom for others. Thev are written in English, but he has reasons of his own for not showing them. Our Uncle Samuel has no such facilities as Col. Olcutt has for this dispatch and delivery of mail matter of the llrst class. If he could bo iuduced to teai himself away from India anil give his own couutry the benefit of his talents it would not bo too high a price to make him postmaster-general for life, whicli miidit bo a lonjj time; for it is understood that ho has made arrangements which permit lain to live as long as he pleases. Dmiirorous tn bo Klch. The lawyers who are trying to break the last will and testament of Mm Mark Ifopkins-Soaries hare gone into the case with a sub-soil plow and a liarrow. First of all thoy aro understood to resent in behalf of their clients tbo T?5*? iltanlnuAfl In rnn. dUUifCllV 4114. WWIIOO ...o^i?;v~ Dentine to marry, a widow twenty yea re K*u u.mior u-lin Invwl liim matllv enough to propose to him. I! tho woman had been poor and in starch of n homo mora than a heart, Mr. dearies' conduct would not liavo been an bitterly criticised. To accept a woman with $30,000,000 in hor own , right and no encumbrance, is regarded u a heinous otrensc. The lawyers tor the will-brenkeri have brought out in triumph the important fact that in a marringo con tract proposed by tbo widow Mr fiearles n provided for in princel; fiuhion, and that after their marring' they took little acount of their expend itnrca out of an income of more thai half a million a year. The question# put to Mr. Scarlets t bring oat these horrible thinfa may It mou^ni irrelevant uuu iiniJii'itm, m* the court held that they were all rijfti and must be answered. The theory o the will-breakers is that Mr. Searle had no right to become the husband o Mrs. Hopkins and that she hud 110 righ : to make sure that his door was foreve barred against the wolf. Wo aro Hearing a time when it wil bo maintained that a wealthy person i necessarily wrong-headed and has n , right to dispose of his or her estate a pleasure. The only sure way to escap being suspected of insanity is to die a poor as Job's turkey. Will Not Gleet a Democratic Prcsl dent. The efforts of Mr. Roger Q. Mills t save the country from rushing headlon to perdition are not appreciated at the! : full value by so eminent a Deinocrati newspaper as the Now York .S'un. Un der the striking head "Tho Flag ofDc foat," tho Sun coldly remarks: "Man thnt Is horn of woman." observed th great sage, "is of few days anil full of trouble." If the lion. Roger Q. Mill* had been present h would have mild that the cause of It was the tai 111'. No one will doubt that he would have sui< it who hears the long and bitter wail* wit! which the Texas statesinnn is tilling the air c Ohio. Mr. Mills Is In the immovable gloom of prank on calamity. In tho United States, t which every civilized nation is looking wit! hourly gruater lntentness as the most prut>perou aud blessed countrv on the globe, Mr. Mill hears only tho sounds of wretchedness and com plaint, and tho "scourge that is driving con tcntineut out of so many homes." This is a sort of mania that will notelcct Democratic President in Jfttt, Jf that is what Mi Mills is interested In. lie may Invite the coun iry logo cnur wun niui, oui mo uuuuuj go. Mr. Mlluand companions in pvMlmistl phlloiophy had better go boclc to Tenia. But the pessimistic philosophers wil not go to Texas, which suggestion wi are forced to construo as the Sun' euphemism tor a place which Gen Sheridan said ho preferred to Texas. I they were to go what would be left o the Democratic party? Thoy are thi big ondof thatpurty, makoits, plat forms, eelcct its nominees, dominate it: caucuses, prepare its legislative propo sitions. They have been the authors o i?a Wnml tfiritPliill itaMnrriunn lllll its Mills bill. For a Democratic news paper of tho Sun't influence to talk t< ' them in this harsh atruin is not likob to fill with manly courage tho bosoim of men Who are Rohig to meet their fato In a highly nervotm utato. A Democratic Game. Republicans of Westmoreland county Pennsylvania, have discovered a Doino cratic schemo to take an underhold 01 iUnm Tim rinntirniin noanuufiPD tt'OTi lucillt XUU X/CULIU111< uauuosvi a ?? w careful to nssess every Democrat in tin county and took ([rent pains to forgot ti assess hundreds of Republicans. I i thoy are not assessed they cannot vote which is the colored gentleman in tin , woodpile. The Republicans will not tamel; , submit to bo disfranchised, and there i a prospect that tho Democratic asses sors will bo madd to regret thoirtoi strong desiro for thoir party's triumph If this had been a Republican job liov virtuously indignant tho Democratic politicians wouia nave wuxuu ovct iu Tho Stone Bridge Loan. If tho peoplo had not been grossl; deluded into tho stono bridge folly i handsome and substantial steel bridgi would now bo in place at Main street and thore would'be no election to-da; to take a second cut at tho public loaf Having cot the city into tho scrape, tin stono bridge advocates now appeal t< the people to help them out. Tho pros pcct is that the vote will bo smnll. Tin stono bridge peoplo will bo out in force and tho other peoplo seom disposed t< let them ruu it. If the people of Wheel ing were in tho- habit of holding tliei public servants to strict account then would bo trouble for somebody ove u-nsln nn?1 (rioIfni'V. Tho 31ount Troy Delusion. Daily demands are made on tho Pitts burgh department of charities for trans portation for unfortunates who hastenei to Mount Troy to bo cured by Fathei Mollingor, spent their Inst cent, are no cured, have given up all hopo and ilesiri to go homo.-"iThisia the erfd that migh have boon foreseen from tho beginning Tho samo kind of thing 1ms happened be foro and will happen again. Thoro always will bo men and women to b easily attracted by what seems to be ; supernatural euro. _ Oub esteemed neighbor, jh? Reoitin is not th'olsfily Deriiocratlc iiewspape that is unfortunate in its tin plate argu inents. Tho trouble with all of them i that they assume their facts and oi that basis uraw tlift deductions mm sui their cauio. The usual bail luck attend ! tho Piqua tin plnte story. Tho proof o . this will bo found in another column. 1 Withix twenty days Allegheny wil have a tidy little till pinto works ii 1 operation with n capital stock of $100, ; 000 and a Welshman of twenty year ' experience as matiagor and part ownei ' Tho concern will for tho present bu; ' the plnte and tin it. Hurrah fo William McKlnley, Jr. The remarkable record of Septembe weather shows how remarkable thi September weather has been. Aoain the trade reports toll of a wool of great business. These roports neve roach tho calamity howlers. i Button, button, who's got the McKin , ley button? No family is completi without one apiece. Allkrton lias shown himself a grca 1 eoor. What isn't tlio noblo horse capa bio of? They hnven't punctured McKinloy'i tin pinto armor yet. Gold DUcorercri in r?iu??ylvnnli*. IfCHQVsiuxXA. Pa., Sept. 23.?WM1 i workmen woro prospecting for coul yes teriluy on tlio farm of TUoiuns lleavy . Jr., in Silver Lake towyship, Su* y hanna county, a paving vein of gold discovered. .Small quantities of were found a year npo. Tlio disco has caused groat excitement. 1 ? WILL MAKE TEItXE PLATE.' ^ A Pittsburgh Company Formed to C dura Them?Will He In Operation Soi I Pittsburgh Timrt. t A tin plate plant Iiaa been built ( [ Water street by Smith A Voeghtloy. H comprises two stacks, and the firm I mako terne plates for roofing purp< t Tlio sheets lor coating will bo <?hni:Arl whnrwvor fhfiv nan ho obtni ' This plant will be ready within . days, and the capacity will be live a Jay, or forty boxes of plates 20 U 9 inches. It is proposed to increase o capacity as trade increases. The c t obstaclo in the way at prcsont is difficulty in obtain inn black plate: all mills are crowded with orders. 8 At theotlicoof tho Canonsburg : and Steel Company it was stated tho tin plate llrrn had urged then furnish a supply of plates, which t oould not do, as they have orders wl o will keep them busy until January ? fill. Tho new mill they uro put 14 down will not bo ready lor a monti r more. e The increased demand tor b . plates in held to be due to the Mel ley bill, and prospective tin pinto u * ufacturers are kept back on accoun their inability to secure tbo sheets c coating. a A now steel ulaut has boon buill West Duluth, Minn., and sovoral 1 dred men will be employed. It 1 have a bar mill, a 23-inch and :i I mill. Yesterday the workers who 1 ? been engaged wroto to the Amalgni J ed Association officials in 1'ittsbi ? for steel scales, which they expect * new firm to sign before tlioy go to w A lodge of theassociation will be for at that place, although the most of * men engaged are now members of ;; organization, t ? c McKEOW.N'S BULLION'S. 1 I'ooplo nil over tliu World think tlicj q hi? Heirs. g Washington, Pa., Jtrvlexo and Ixaminar. Kumora ubout impending litiga j over the McKeown millions liavol ^ flying thick and fast during the fow weeks. Wlipn John McKeown < early in the present year and the n< ^ papers printed the fact that his ea had nn estimated value of from flv * eight million of dollars, with ners( f property in cash, stocks and bond , ?1,500,000, PoBtuuiHter Underwood . ceived numerous letters of Inquiry f every part of the United States, f 5 Ireland and Wales. To each of the >' courteous reply was made, giving i the information at hand. Air. McKet had made no will and Mr. M. C. At I son, who had been Mr. McKeown'* l ? loriiev, mus uppuuuuu uuuiuuowii agroeiibly to tlio expressed wishes of deceased and of his heirs, as a desei tribute to his fidelity and capac ' After Mr. Acheson's appointment * announced through the press, mos i the iniquities were directed to 1 a The editor of the Review Examiner yesterday asked Mr. Ache what basis there was for these run 3 about a contest over the McKeown f tate. In reply Mr. Acheron raid: "T1 is no contest and there will be n< ' Mr. McKeown died without makin will and under the laws of Peiinsv riia Mrs. McKeown, tlio widow, and jr children are the solo heirs. I have 3 reived many inquiries about the est several of them from Ireland, from j sons who believed that they were > McKoown's collateral heirs. Soiw them even notified me to make no v tribution ot the estate until they heard from. One man named McK c wrote from "NVaterford, Ireland, claimed to bo a collateral heir. I rep that Mr. McKoown's name was not Keon, that he didn't come from Wa 7 ford, but Gorrahwood Junction, i that under the Pennsylvania laws widow and children were solo heirs received another letter from Mr. > Kcon expressing his thanks for the V formation. That is all the founda . for tho rumors referred to." Fob Burns, Scalds, Bruises and fmin and soreness of tho flesh, the gr lousehold remedy is Dr. Thor 3 Kclectric Oil. Be sure you get the j f uine. da ' Excur*iona to 1'lttHburgh Exposition \i & O., Supt. 34, SUr((iul Oct. 1,8, 10 r 15th. u On above dates tho Baltimore & C Company will sell excursion ticl "Wheeling to Pittsburgh and returi $2 00 including one admission to Exposition, good tw<fc days, and w sold on Saturday good to return on A! - day. . Baltlmoro ? Ohio llnrvunt Excurnloi September 15 anil 20 tlio linltimor r Ohio Company will sell excursion tic t from Wheeling and ]3ellaire to po i in tho west, northwest at reduced r? t good returning thirty days from dat Halo. For particulars enquire of 1J more & Ohio ngontn. ; ON FIRE WITH ECZEMA a Terrible Suflfcrltiffs of Littlo lb Seven Doctors and Two Honpitn Foil Cured by Cuilcui'a. r My baby boy, 5 monthi old. broko out * eczema. The Itching *uU burning waa int* g the oczoniH iprcad to his limbs, breast, fate bead, until h? wu* nearly covered; bh torn ft ngonie* were pitiable to behold: he hue . _T peace and but little night or day. lie u /? '.:* uuder treatment ate . / '' \ ent time* at two hosp X / \ and by t?eveu doctoi / 1 thli city without I 1 leant behellt; every I # icrlptlon of the doi I \jtiaft (fit Y) wu faithfully tried. Y*/ ft/ ho grew worse all 1 I t . i *y time. For montlm ! I icr ponded about w I lj/\ week for medicines, u V 5= Jf7JK entirely discdun fXfc g!Mif i purchased Crar * - COTICCRA SOAI* awl ticura Resolvent and followed tho dlreci Y to the letter, Relief wan framed Into, his m r ings were eased, and rest and sleep permli lit steadily Improved and in nine weeks entirely cured, and has now at clear n skin is as fair a hoy na any mother could wish tc 1 recommend very mother to uio it for c r lJubv Humor. B MRS. M. PBROUFON 9 86 W. Brooklinu at., Bo?t? Cuticura Remedies lc The great skin cures, blood purifier", and hi remedies of modern times, instantly reilevi r moat agonising forms of eczema au.l psorl and speedily, permanently, economically, infallibly cure every species of torturing, figuring, Itching, burning, blooding. * - crusted, nnd pimply diseases and humors o idcln. scalp, and bloOd, with loss of hair,: B Infancy to age, whether simple, MMvfuJot hervditary, when ail other methods aud physiciutis fall t Sold evorywhore. Price. CtrriccRA. 50c: S 1 25c: Resolvknt. 81. Prepared by the P? - DRUO AND CllKXlCAL CORPORATION. Iioston. iTSend for "How to Cure Skin Diseases pages. oO Illustrations. and 100 testimonials. ? DIVM black heads, red. rongh, chapped B rin oily skin cured b?CtrrtcunA Soap. OLD FOLKS' PAINS **v5nr% Full of comfort for all Pains wO; flamrantlonand Wenktx-sof the. D JB|^T 1* the t'Mflrurn Aiili-Pjiln 1*13' Df I'&tho lint mul ouly i*lti-kl Kftwil? !>.r. n-.liL-niug pl*?Uir. New, ins , taneoun tud infalllbl?. que- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "WANTED-BOY, 1" OK yl;' tfC'l" yy ulil. EUW. 1. ROriK ACO. I '"ry \I7ANTED-A GoS5 OOLOB T V girl tor housework. 70 linljaim BtrccU i TX7 AK TE O?(ilKL FOB Hut t T WOItK. None but Qnt-clatt need oi Pro. i:g .South Front utrt'ot. ? an* "TIT"ANTED?A POSITION A.S BO' V KEEPER, by a thorough accouu >t ia U**t of "jfcrenco given. Addrewi "IK 11 KEKl'KB/' can- of tlila nfllce. ? AXrAXTKD-TWO LADIES will jy otiPKt'ftlcmnn. Must be lutelllgeul nf eii/trl Hildri'aM. Siilnrv *10 to S>J0 1H.T UN )8Cfl. fafloVjddrvMLS. MaS'OL'CII, Slnyivoodll pur- Martin'* Ferry, Ohio., at ned. T7*OR KENT?HOUSE ON COW *.,n X? of South York and Delawareatrevls. K finished. Six room*, bull, bnth room, luui tons Hot and cold water, ikith gaaaea. l'osaci ? oa given immediately. A. U. W1NCUER, 1123 mreot. a ink CERVICES AT SECOND PRES lin ^ TERIAN CHURCH, coiner Market uju Twentieth t-treet*. Rev. Win. it. Cooke. D 3, Ud pastor, at lu:X0a. m. and 7:30 p. m. t?nli School at U ft. m. All arc welcome. [ran of. MATTHEW'S CHUKCtI-1 tliat IO Rev. Chaa. W. DuBoJs, of Mt. Clou I to Michigan. will preach at 10:30 u. uu, am I,.., reetor. Rev. Dr. Swope, nt 7:.TO p. m. Sal. .e/ "Our Husband*," Services at St. Paul's Mia licll Kim Prove, at 3 p. m. ? }i,!U T70UKTH STREET M. E. ClU'Ii ? JJ Quarterly meeting. Lore Fca?t at U: l or lu. Daptism. reception of members and 8. inent of the Lord's Supper, conducted by Inck 1-r'wt Jonc8?nt l?:2tu " IU- Evening sorvie aaS- TpKEE EXHIBITION IX GEOKG1 ,"f X? DVKST'S window. rions of tbetmpi t.?l mcnU tbnt are going on at Kenwood June ior jf >on buy n lot now you will double money In n short time, Special price thin v t at U0 A UAllVEY. Agents, 1114 Market strc imi- ^Y^ANTED?$10,000, iluto 1'"or *our or flv? J"0"" at fi JH'r cont, paj Kivn quarterly, on unincumbered business prop juvo ju (he centre of the city, worth three tlruoi nat- amount wonted. Jt Is it first e.a?? loan In c irj?h respect. Q. 0. SMITH. Broker the 1229 Market stre ark. -rtgp " o. If Vo? Hint Komrl tiled it * 'mbTI aud Cheap ^ <?L_?>DINNER WAI mil" i urn bro ae>M . 1213 Market St.,' opp. McLure Hou . ?? "CURST-CLASS STOCKS "" A! FOR SALE AT AUCTION I wiJl offer for sale at public auction, at thou door of the Court House, on Saturday next, jf.,, 2Gth Instant, commencing at 10 o'clock a. in. following Mocks: 22 shares RtveNido Iron >eeil 'mi aim res Peoples' Hank. 2."?_ shares .Etna and Steel Co., 15 shares lloltiiotit Nail Co. past WM. II. 1IALLKR. Auctions lied gxoOKS FOR SALE.~ !*i" 40 shares Bellolro Xnll MIH. tato jo share* Wheeling iiridge Co. ' 20 shares flStna Iron and Steol Co. , 20 shares Wheeling Ice aud Storago Co. )nai 100Uares Fire ana Marine ltuurauco ixx id of 15 aliurea 1'enbody Insurance to. re- i??.re Fori Ihmry Club. It. S. IRWIN", rom sc2C> Broker. So. 24 Twelfth atro roin rT 8e u \ \ r VuAxy^Nww j at- /l ?i ' ?r. ?ARTIST.? W Portraits tor Chrbtmu Prescn vod Studio 2154- Main Street. icy. 5 was c.uua: auns! Gun 'j?f HOCE 5: BRO., and n?'?lcr" 'n Hardwire and Farmer*' Implrnu ?on No. 1113 Murket Street (west side.) , Havo Just placed iu stock tbu largest lln Is- OUKTS . ,,rn Ever brought to tbo city. All stylos and gr ,ero of guns and at prices to suit everybody. one* auSl-Mumw HOGE A BR< lva- Q.OTO \?l J>0. FRIEDEL'S ate, ?ron? perJlr; J"oily G-laases dil NOW IS THE TIMl con T0 SEE OUR NEW FALL LINES JIc- ?OF? 5 FINE CHINA, BRIC-A-BR/ , Bronzes) etc., etc. in. . Newest n nd Choicest Goods on tho Markc tion X. Or. X3XXjXj02NT tto Ol MTCholco neir pleco* of Sh.vkr orcncd dnl all T 1ST OF LETTERS ami naa' Kcnmlulnff In tho PostofTleo nt Wheeling, A ot, I county, W. Vil, Saturday, tivpt. 20. To ob 5^" UliynilUO IUIIUWUIK UlU U|M>uiuui. juuofc ?? \v advertised letters, giving ditto of list: LADIES* LIST, a I*- Barrett. Mrs. W. M. Mny, Mndain Cora mul Coss. M1m Mauilo Menefcc. Mrs 0. \>. (innlin. Sarah A. Miller, Miss Llrer Hiirvuyi Mrs. Kuto MlUer, MIm Louisa )hio King. MlmMautf ScUuyrer, MUsClari k,?tu NeuJ, Miss Maud , for GENTLEMEN'S LIST, tho Bojrcrs, J. E. Myr?, L. M. , 1L lktgiT*. Jomo Mower/, llenry P. lion Blake, Daniel a Maraux, John loll- Burton, W. J. 1 ItLs, \V. 1*. Collins, w. L. payno, j. bolter. John W. Hnmmonn, Harry Emrick. IajvI Shiroy, J. w. F?w.(J. M. Smith. Major 0 ? Given, Kobt. Todd. W. ?. K?i?ly. Jii*. Wasmun. .T. ket8 Myrtu, Mnrt Wurtz, W. Y. lilts Meyers, S. P. ,tcs W. J. W. COWDEN'. P. : = MINNEHAH ' jnLOTTIR, >'>y- IS ALWAYS " UNIFORM IN QUALIT With ' * Me: YOD WILL NEVER HAVE BAD |Jj 1JREAD FROM 1 Minnehaha Flou M ill the NO BETTER FLOUR CAN BE MADE aFrln J FH0M W?EAT THAN. I MINNEHAHA igc?L UKA, i?? Hon, "THE BtJil HjoWcl) t'jIABUSHMfllT THE CQUNTAY." Jg CLOSE TO HAND. JMU. QUICKLY & EA8ILY REACHI FNRRAViNR Calling Cards, W In. CBUnAVIBU, d|ng Invitations i Announcements, Monograms,/ PRINTIMn Mercantile and F ' "tho ''"'IMil, printing of every iul% scrlptlon. ,S?! BIN1IKR Bli,n,e Book5' M"?fri ca\y, DlnOlnuj and MIscellaneousBoo f llio ?? from olAIIUiltKY KnU UMitit SUITUM; "ft? ifflts', DnfislisiEn's & M Eiterl OAp FINE FANCY GOODS mi m" Leatter, Siiycr, Bides, Prolate, ei " ['AIL OSKM HIVE PlOSPT, CtllFBl ATfHTIM ^ JOS. EICHBAUM & C i. 49 Fifth ATMinn, PITTSBURGH . In- ?e1-rrh \ro?1 .n-r, WORK-* X NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECU! ! . AT THE iNTELLIULNCKU JOU ItOUMJ " is MEN'S FALL OVERCC S Men's Fal OKtaut. Are here in a quantity thought of. We have 13$: . gentleman inspecting oi jEjfj item in which they coul IS them in exclusive style: Main UV- C \/o VM / cn.l LillUlCOO ?ai IV ? All De; HE U'tUt, llho ETw ket: HV 'ion, e26 Oil. ?Jo. acruKcv. You'll find the garrm season not only as pe can be produced, but : ? ments can be made. ,ablt having your light weigl .eth'o and from $? to $ic cert very J J Mac V rf In lEI , t In Boys ?tho We are having a most si the season is. The stock w only immense in size, t unusual care, the mart hausted for novelties. SPECIE Of Boys' and Children's all the newest shades ai t before the assortment saving of from 10 to 21 tS. .'13 STT'yfV :M. Gutm ados 3. RBTAIIi DEPAnTMBHTT, AMUSEM ENTS. _ OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, Grand Production of Hartley Campdell's fa[ n nious plctnresquo play, ' THE WHITE SLAVE, Under the management of IL C. Kennedy. Original Cast, ~ Carload of New Scenery, Startling-Mechanical Effect 'IllO !1o1 DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE RAINSTORM OF REAL WATER I Positively the most ronlijtlo IToct over pro(ItK-nri on tho HhiPH j I Price*. 50c nn?l 75c. Ro?erve<l Sent*, SI. Salo of sent* nt C. A. House's music store. Sulo comiuouco* Satnrdny. September 2ft. ?e2t OPERA HOUSE. Thursday, October 1st, !L_ Ferree & Fehrmann's Co., AI.NinODlTI.VO THE INIMITABLE DIALECT COMEDIAN, Mr. Max Fe&rmann In Fred Mueder'a Cyclone of Fun, y 'UNCLE ISAAC.' TnArs Mr beau LAB IIUSJXKSS." Tbo representative* Hebrew Comedy Dminn. A Groat Play. A Fino Company. TIIE VEBY BEST SINGERS. DANCERS AND J) MUSICAL AltTlSTS. Admission. 75 and fiOc. F?e*rnred scat* ?J. Sale of scats commences Tuesday, Sopiumber 2J nt C. A. House's Mnsle Store. wj2rt__ | GRAND OPERA HOUSE. O. C. GENT1IER Manager. THREE NIGHTS AND SATUBDAY MATINEE' IR Commencing on Thursday Evening, Sept 24, The Famous Irish Mclo-Dramatic Comedy, lD' Axi Irimliman'B Lovo. ed- 20 Odobrn'e I Singers, Dancer* and Corned'an*, ind 1 oaded by the Cburming Soubrette, Mm Lm-a Hai.hks' LE?TBn, and tbo world renowned?mi** Jtc. ,,, ? QrARTKTTE. A IMlT load of SpOCItl SCCblTy. ine de- Prlrcs?Orchc-jtra chairs, 50e: drew circle, 3?c: g tilery. Scats on >a1c ot Weir's. GRAND UPERA HUUbt. O. C. GENTIIKR ^..MANAOHR. TWO NIOIITi ONLY. COMMENCING ON ^ MOXpAY EVENING, SKPTE.lIIIEIt 28, i. The lJc?t, Brighton!: and I'miniest Comedy i5i i.vor Written, 0 The New Moggs' Landing! Vt-nrvtlilniv nf>wr nn<l tmnmvwl. Coiiiodliina who !nnk* von Intigli. voc-iSinti who delight ih? c.ir. I,w sjwcliiUn'i wlni'h nMonl^h hu?1 plcf-e. Th? fatuous Four-ln-Uaud Qtiurtettc. in H-lcctions fruiu all the latent of>eru<* ' ^^ orc|ie*tni Chair?. *<0cents; Drt*vi Circle i Z!t emit*: Gallery, 2i ctutft, hc&ts on fe*lc ut Weir'i. IATS-M GUTMAN&CO. I Overcoats and variety never before failed as yet to have any jr stock point out a single d be improved. We have s 3ty, signs, ery Shade, All Grades. ;nts we are showing this rfecf as -the ready-made as perfect as custom gar Nothing to be gained by it coat, made to measure, ain to be lost. l--"l f r ? Clothing jccossful run, early as the e have to show you is not ?ut lias been selected with :et being thoroughly ex.l lote Double Breasted Suits in nd colorings. Call early is broken. A guaranteed 5 per cent. __ an & Co., MAIN AND TWELFTH STREETS. WALL_PAPER, BORDERS, ETC. GEO. ?. KDRNER & GO. Telophone 614. , Carries tbo largest and cbenpcat stock of WALL PAPER!. IN TIIE cm*. TAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GLASS. PUTTY, &c. House and Sign Painting IN ALL BUANCHES. Reglazlng Glass and Paper Hanging LOSE OS SHORT NOTICE. 3 9 TWELFTH STREET, Near Market Street. HI FIN A NCIAL. WHEELING TITLE S TRUST CO. DOB? A General BankingBusiness And hw ii SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, in which 50 CENTS and uj. war Is cau bo deported, and interest will bo puld on all MivlDgg dopotlu of one dollar and upwards. Dunking Department will bo open from 0 a ra. to :i p. uj., and on Saturday* till 8 p. in. II. M. Ituasixr., President; Lorn V. STira, Secretory; S. I. Sinci.eton, Assistant Sociutury. j fcOli) JgANK OF TiiE OHIO VALLEY. CAPITAL $175,000. Wm. Isctt, .. .. President Wsj. Ik Ststrso.v VifoPrcsideat Dntiu uu iuigland, Ireland. i'runoo uui oa* nyiuy. DIRECTORS:. . w Wm. A. Isott, .Mortimer nmus J. A. Miller. Win. 11. riimpson. E. M. AtkUisoa. John K. HoUifonL Henry Speyer. Victor Kobcuburj, Jacob C. Thonnu. Jnl K 1*. J EI'SOX, Ouhler. j^XClLUNGE ilA.NK. CAPITA I T $200.00. J. N. Vance President L. 6. liCLAi'LAiN Vlce-i'rwMual LI RECTO US: J. N. Vnnca Geo. E. Stlfel. J. M. IJrown, Wm. L. 6. l^cluplaln. A. W. Kdioy. John Frew. Drafts lMoed on KnglautL Ireland, Scotland and all poluu lu Europe. jiinx j. joyi.s <'i-in* r MILL SUPPLIES. GARLOCK PACKING! | For Steam Engines is tbo Best. Dors Not Cut lh? Roils. Is Sloam Tight. WIIIIji.it Longer Tlmn An)' Oilier. CHHS, H. BERRY. 3UIIL.L SUPPLIES, No. I23Q Water Stroot. DRUGGISTS. THE "PRINCESS" ZXoadaolio Powclor*< cottbx in* tl*x minutebl ?fou sals uy dki'txi&m.? nir? PICTURES a. AR T MATERIALS^ siyOk rrocii Riiin Print Paner ? i vmi i/iuv * ? - ?i f OF TIIE HlGHEsT GRADE JUST UU;EIVB? UI.UE PKINrH MADE TO UliUi.L At Art Store, Market Street mju E. L. NICOLL.