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W. Vn.. ai? wccond-clm matter. 1
T?LEPIION?'MUUBERS:
Editorial Rooms 4.11: Counting Room 416
iJ? SdMiqtma:
WIIKELINC., SEPTEMBER ??, 1801.
The I.oliLMi^riu Afmlr in Paris.
The intorcstin^ dispatches concerning
the production in l'aris of Wagner's
"Lohengrin" lmvo (oiled to portray adequately
the frenzied effort of the extremists
of the French capital to raise
a mighty row over a small matter.
Frepch newspapers juit received are
boilinc over.
r _ Tl_l 1 1 .I..J ...1 _ t,.1f
xju. j uinr, wuiuii ruanuu uui> u nun
sheet printed on ono sido, contains little
else but hot denunciations of Germany
and the Germans and red-hot appeals
to the peoplo to bo on hand in the
evening to register their, protest.
Black type an inch high running across
tho top of tho page announces that
Prance has bcon insulted by William
II.
Tho insult is found in the German
emperor's epecch nt Erfurt, where it
pleasod tbe young man to spe.iK 01
Napoleon I as a Corsican parvenu and
to call up memories of the humiliation
of France. The editor wishes it understood
that he iB not Writing as a party
man but as a patriot who cannot contain
himself when he beholds in what
terms tho German sovereign dares to
ontrago tho military glory which has
carried bo high the narao and the prostigo
of France.
Za Patrie calls on men of nil parties
to be Frenchmen before all and unite to
defend their great men whose memory
and immortal genius are attacked by
the German, the savage and cruel hereditary
enemy of their dear country. In
eoino way or other not definitely described
tboy are to silonce tho detractors
of France and her glories.
The same newspaper advised its readers
to gather on the outside of the opera
house and cry, "hurrah for France,"
"hurrah for Russia," "down with Wagner,"?who
is past doing tliem any
harm. Perhaps it was by these shouts
and the disorder resulting that the patriotic
editor hopod to do tiie silencing
of the hated Gormans.
This remarkable exhibition of childish
rago over a work of art in itself inoffensive
might well furnish the basis
of a comic opera, the more comie bocauso
it is all in dead earnest. The
Frenchmen who lose no opportunity to
flro the national heart against Germany
are playing with fire. Thoy aio confident
that France and Russia can defeat
the Triple Alliance and dismember
Gormany, regaining for Franco tiio
loved and lost Alsace-Lorraine.
That will be a terrific conflict when it
flnmwi. The outcome no man is wise
enough to foretell. Strong and groat as
Franco is no.Frenchman who loves his
country should want to see lier prowess
so soon put to another test.
The Keeley Cure.
Tho physicians make two points
against tho Keeloy treatment of tho
alcohol, morphia and tobaccu habits.
First, thoy say it is no cure. Thoy
know all about it, 'the alleged remedy is
much older than Keeloy, and it is not
possible that a treatment which lias
failed in abler hands shall prove effective
in Koeley's.
The doctors argue further that if
Kocley has found a good thing he has
no rieht as a phvsicinn to keep it to
himself, to bold it as his own being contrary
to the medical code o{ ethics.
Tho drunken layman and those who aro
interested in him are not concerned
about any violation of the codcof which
Sr. Keeley may be guilty. Ilo and.the
other doctors may fight that out.
The question that interests tho rest
of mankind is, whether the Keeley
treatment has cured the men who say
it hus curod them. If aomo havo been
eared, others can be.
Though it be not a novcr-failing
remedy, it will justify itself if it work
any euros. Against tho asfortion of tho
doctors, that Keeley cannot euro with
bis treatment, we havo tho testimony
of his grateful patients, who sjioak of
bim with oiujrularaflbction. If Keeley
be a fraud, ho is one of tho most brazen
of tho day, and bis dupes aro under a
iinnnlin* nlmmn
j'*VU..?.
Tho Steed of Stocl.
Tho bicyclo has ccascd to be a toy.
As a means of locomotion, whether for
pleasure or for business, it has taken
very high place. Asan illustration of the
machine's capabilities tho run from
London to Edinburgh, reported in today's
dispatches, is interesting. The
distanco of 397 miles was mode on an
average of a little over ton miles an
hour.
Xo horse conld come anywhere doing
this and it would push horso flesh
to accomplish tho (eat in a dozen relays.
He was no ordinary wheelman
who mado this run, but that it can bo
dono at all shows what is in tho machine.
The bicycle is destined to play
.
!
nn important part in war where the rc
roada are good, ai they are in Europe. J
Con. GnlT in Uellnlre. w
The Republicans of Bellaire will fonn- ,r
ally open their campaign this evening
with a meeting on the beautiful public q
square there, to be addressed by (ten. I)
Nathan GofT. West Virginians who m
can aro cordially invited by their licll- J*
aire brethren to go ovor and hear their
rightful governor make an eloquent and ]0
interesting speech. st
Gen. Gofl's fellow West Virginians ri
will no doubt be glad to help honor the
man they have no highly honored in
the past. Bellaire expects to give him
a good, big meeting, and it wijl do
itn it 1 u 1 1? i r\
i JiuctiJiK unu jjvinruuu poujuo gwu w u
go over and see what a spirited cam- fit
paiga is going on upon their borders.
Innocents Abroad. to
Tho Ixtelmoisnceb tourists hid a m
cc
rough time of it in the crowd on the
night of tho "Lohengrin" demonstra- tr
tion in Paris?tho mob yelling and u(
pushing and the police rushing the mob In
right and left; but this was not half so
tough an experience us having to pay 1>C
one hundred centimes for a gloss of
beer and a sandwich. What is to be
thought of American citizens who ci;
tamely snbmit to such gross imposition ? pt
Perhaps champagne and cake were not
good enough for their reflneci. taste and ra
they yielded weakly to the temptatiou
to indulge in a luxury.
Fitzsimmoxs has written to a Pitts- 3(1
burg detective, Murphy, promising to
kill him on sight, and Mr. Murphy is
mid to bo nervous accordingly. If Mr. ^
Fitzsimmons has it in his heart to murder
Sir. Murphy it is very thoughtful of 00
him to put that distinguished gentle- Tl
man on his guard. Come to think of it,
isn't it probable that Fitzsimmons is at j,j
this time engrossed in tho job of saving 00
his precious neck from the gallows ?
? be
Lv the case of Col. Compton, of tho ]{.
Fourth cavalry, tho President has tem- Ni
pered justice with more mercy than
that olllcer is entitled to. All the
circumstanoes of the lynching by bis
soldiers at walla w mm enow a loose-1 sti
uess of discipline which would reduce "ti
an army to a dangerous mob. The find- j j|
ing of the court martial was none too
severe. a j
This week Major McKintey is giving ge
tho freemen of tlio Scioto Valley tho mi
pnro milk of the word. Yesterday to
afternoon ho spoke at Circleville, last
night at Chillicotho. We are at liberty
to imagino that he mado tho tariff ^
question and the IiOJicst dollar question ou
as plain as he hns elsewhoro. bu
? tii
An epidemic of typhoid fever, "due
to city water," is playing hob with vis
Danbury, Connecticut. Kotwithstand- 1"
ing tho cloud of Witnesses there are ns(
those who will not believe that the j
water sunolv has anything to do with t?
typhoid fever. They think it "would no
come anyhow."
New Mexico can't understand why |
she shoidd be kept out of the Union, vo
ller population is too raw. She would J"
do very well if she were repeopled.
This thing of making a State out of any jr
material you can find is about played "A
out en
* pa
Roger Q. Mills has one great morit wi
as a free trader. You always know thi
what a dyed-in-tho-wool rank free
trader lie is. By this sign lie hopes to ,
conquer in tho fight,for the place made be
illustrious by Tom Rcade. Mi
? IIK
The Nihilist agent whogoes from lios- ful
ton to Russia to bring back reliable re- th:
ports on the situation in that country
may find it convenient to eoimnun. ate ^
from the spirit world. Thoy do things |,i.
their own way in Russia. ein
_ Gov. Pattison is understood to bo
willing to sit in tho United States Sen- me
ato if he cannot warm himself in the j>n
White House. Is there any comfort- ?
able office Gov. Pattiion would not ac- ^
cept? _ "X1
Money makes not only the mare but Jj?
the lightning express go. Millionaire ?
Mackcy was in a hurry to get from San hii
Francisco to New York, and his train his
knocked tho record out of countenance. G'1
<
Ovkb in Ohio they sing tho tender ??
mfrnln. "mmnr mirl tin nre bound tn ~~
win." A first class article of poetry is
not often based 011 so solid a foundation j
of indestructible fact. do,
Records of all sorts ore broken this
year. Everything and everybody must '
go faster or bo loft in tho race. Move ca'
faster, live faster, dlo faster. What's ""
tho use?
* 1
Any artist who has about his person tro
something in the way of genuine rain- lift
producing fulminato may hear of something
to his advantage by coining this wl:
way. wo
th(
Michael Davitt predicts that after rjs
the next elections l'ariiell will disap- Ivpear
from Irish politics. It won't toko !^
lnnch of a hole for liim to dis3p]>eor in. [|1(
It now appears that the western ?"j
earthquake was predicted. Then why l)r
didn't tlicy stop it? Forewamod is
Bupposod to be forearmed. i
It appears that the streets arc left
filthy to preserve the?paving. And yot in
tlio scheme is not patented. K
sal
Wiieelixo is ready to jjivo a hearty mc
welcome to tbo now coko road. Don't i
forjiet this. _ tin
BREAKFAST BUDGET.
Tlio fnrtlinnininir hnxlnwnl of tlio five*- *r?
dom of Nowrastio-nilon-Tyiie upon Mr. Kn
Gladstone will innko tho' eighth time
the privilege of conferring the honorary ]>0,
personal freedom of tho city lias been m*
exorcised during tho present renturv. Jg
Only twenty-nix times iias tho "freo- b.r
dom" been couforrod since 1842, otio of hoi
tho earliest burgesses being Sir A. JJ,'j
Hnslerlgg, Governor of the gariison in abi
104H.
Blcvclists riding through Fordham No
tho other day saw tho minimal sight of Jot
a rider upou'a single wheel. lie was an
expert, and he went along tho rough wli
, E
iad apparently at case, though of
mrsejiis machine was without sado.
The trick of ridiuir with one
heel in c?mmon enough on prepared
acks, but such a feat in seldom seen
i the public road.
The champion rattlesnake killer in
oorgiu is said to be D. II. Glover, of
ublin. A few days ago, with onlv a
nail stick for a weapon, lie killod
renty-onc rattlesnakes in less than
llf an hour.
If this corn weather continues much
niter the Western farmers will roquire
cpladders to see how the late corn is
pening.
A titled circus rider, who has won
ipularity in Italy, Baroness Von Iiha n,
is to come on a professional visit to
lis country, it is announced.
An tifllrnr of the law from wav out in
regon is looking for a Knnsns man who
ale a drug store anil shipped it to
olton, Kan.
The largest (arm in tho world is s?ld
ho lu Louisiana. It is 100 by 26
ilea, and embraces 1,000,000 acres. It
>st 350,000 to fence it.
In a certain portion of the Ural disict
camels are the only working cattle
led, some large farms possessing a
indred camels.
Carmen Sylva: A woman should
issess great virtue,for she often has to
ovide enough for both hersolf andher
isband.
The sunflower is to be tho Democratic
oblem in the Xew York State cainlign.
Boston is clamoring for a live-hour
11 way service to Now York.
Russia has twenty-two ironclads and
onitors building.
A Hamilton (Mo.) horse sold for $15,0
the other day.
PERSONAL POINTS.
How the Bothschilds are housed at
jrriores, near l'aris, may bo Indeed by
eir live establishments, worth $4,000,(J,
needing the services of 150 people,
le stables contain 100 horses. Wlien
>uis Napoleon visited Kerriercs the
jthschilds gavo a grand breakfast in
s honor, the cost of which was $300,*
0.
Among lecturers now and desirous of
ung seen on the rostrum are George
Weudling, David Swing, Thomas
ilson Page, Russell Conwell, Bishop
ncent, L. F. Copelnud, Frances L.
illard, George W. Cable, Kato field
id Bob Xourse.
Herbert Spencer is a man of medium
ituro, with pink-und-white cheeks
d kind gray eyes. His neck is curled
by bushy, iron-gray whiskers.
9 dresses in excellent tasto, keeping
mself remarkably "well groomed ior
uhilosonher.
It is oji interesting coincidence that
nator Chandler, of Now Hampshire,
irried tho daughter of th# iato Sonar
IJale and that Senator Ilale, of
nine, has for a wife tho daughter of
e late Senator Chandler, of Michigan.
Mrs. Halle T. Dillon, M. J)., (colored),
lighter of Bishop 13. T. Tanner, is not
ly the first colored woman physician,
it tho first woman of any race to pass
o Alabama State medical examination.
North Boscawen, N. II., is expecting a
?it from Hon. L. P. Morton, and with
ely interest, as tho Vice President
ed to teach school there.
l'he works of Thackeray are said to
II more largely at tho booksellers and
be in greater demand at the libraries
w than ever before.
FUNNY SNAPS.
Spudaway?"Have a good time while
u wore 0:1 your vacation, Jagira ?"
jigs?"Yes. It did nie a world of
ou. While I was away a friend sent
> a package of Rybold's specific for
unkennesa." "Well, how did it?"
.nd another friend sent 1110 half udozbottlcs
of old rye whisky. Got both
ckages tho same day." "Well,
lich?" "Well, I'm going to?or?try
3 specific somo of these ilavs, Spudav.
I believe it's a good thing."?Chiio
Tribune.
'S?e, Mary, are not these flowers
autiful ?" " 'Deed an'-thev are, miss!
my a time have I seon flowers just
e em on bunnits! Ain't it wonderhow
nat'ral the Lord can inako'
ings 7'?Life.
'His friends all advised him to go on
i stage,'* said tho unsuccessful tragein's
fathor. "Yes, I see now it was
! friends egged him on and the audico
egged him off.? Waihington Slar.
rho very bad luck the new steamer
ibledam met with on her first trip
ly induce the owners to change her
liio, or to cut it clown one-half, auyw.?Philadelphia
Ledger.
Commy?"Pa, Mr. Bixby said to-day
it I was very much like you. Pa?
,?i i- . .- ??? u_... ,n.i I
Ill k'UU iu uc?l *v, mJ ouii. nun <iiu
como to say it?" "I asked him for a
orter.?Piioi.
L'bo first thine a man docs niter ho
s patted you on tlio back is to turn
i own back to ho patted.?Atchison
jhe.
Jhappio (as ho rises to no)?"Maw I
iw?have a good night kiss ?" Rosalie
'I suppose so. Yuu must miss your
rso awfully, don't you?"?AVu York
raid.
i liorso may lower his record, but it
isn't follow that a man can do it with
punity.?Itochnkr Pant.
'Why, now I cannot get enough to
says one lady who formerly had
appetite, but took Hood's tiarsarilla.
10
rhe man who drinks to drown his
ublus finds tliein well provided with
i preservers.?.Wir York liquid.
To Young aiullier*.
io aro for thu first time to undergo
rami's severest trial,we oiler you, not
j stupor caused by clilurofurin, with
k of death for yourself or your dearloved
and longed-for offspring, but
[other's Friend," a remedy which will,
used as directed, invariably alleviate
) pains, horrors and risks of labor,
1 orften entiroiy do away with them.
Id at wholesale ami retail by Logan
ug Company and all druggista.
l)*!tlini>ra & Ohio lIurvAHt Kxcunilon.
September loand 2fl tlio Baltimore ?i
io Company will sell excursion tickets
in Wheeling and Bcllaire to paints
the west, northwest at reduced rates,
id returning thirty davs from date of
o. For particulars enquire of Haitipro
& Ohio agents.
So notes go to protest moro speedily
an thoso of a bad ainpor.? nashtnglon
ir. _
A Drwnni of lVApiilnets
y bo followed 1?y ft morning of "J?a Grlppo."
ily, and why? Decaumj the dl>plncoment of
rerlng lu bed, a neglected draught 'fro?
rtlr cloned wludow, an open tran?om eoh?
tea with a windy onto l? ft hotel, joTur con
In rnnp no?triU unit liniiM thft di'iith-MCiUinff
it Terrible and swift nro the Inroads made
thin now destroror. The mertlcatod nlrol?
principle In Hosteller * Stomach Bitter*
II check toe dire complaint. A persistency lu
% proveutlve of ltd further development will
lolu'ely cbenkmote the dnn*oron* "luuliide.
medlcutod alcoholic stimulant* ere of Utile
no value. The JnM medium Is the Mtterj.
t le*N cfllcaciou-* is it lu ca??* of uialariftbll*
i*nem, ronstljMition. rhcuuiattaa. dyspepsia
1 kidney trouble. The weak are usually thow
r>n whom disease fanteni tint, Livlflorale
th the Bluer*.
* J iJWV
y.r -?ni,T i;i
0U^5PURE|s^
NO FUSEL OIL
TJIIK PORE MEDICINAL WIIIKKKY i* the be*t
remedy Ibr Coupli*. Cold*, Chill*, Jlalarla, Aath*
inn, lJronrliitl*, and l'.IKlMONIA. It rellerea
WOMKN
of the troubles Incident to their lyi.^To
It I* the greatest boon, a* It rellorw'that weary
feeling *<? annoying to thr bnalneM man. Puffr*
Pure Malt lYhfakey ran be obtained from jonr
drurtrlit or jonr grocer. ln?l?t on barlugr It.
Take no RuhntlUte, an It la the OMLl' FCIIL BE
llK'IML UNK.
hond for our book.
TI1K DUFFf MALT WHISKEY CO.,
Bocht*t?r. 5. T.
DESPERATE PRISONERS
Caught Id the Aot of Hanging tha Deputy
Sheriff In tho Jail.
Gadsden, Ai.a., Sept. 28.?IV. F.
Keiitly, Harvey Thoimis, James Cross
and Baron Lethrow, members of a desperate
gang of white robbers, in jail
under a sentience for robbery and train
wrecking, overpowered Deputy Sheriff
B. II. Melton this morning. They put
a rope about his neck und were banning
him 'when Policeman linper appeared
and fired 011 tlie prisoners
They lied back to their colls and it was
afterwards found that two of them wore
wounded. Tho rope was liurriodly
taken from Melton's neck and he was
found to be still alive, ilo will recover.
Jiiuuroicu me iuuDiiimncri.
St. Stepnuc, N, B., Sept 28.?Ton)
Mohar, proprietor of an illicit liquor establishment,
broko jail on Saturday but
was recaptured. On the way back to
prison three men with blackened faces
and long rubber coats rushed out of the
bushes, and covering the escort with a
brace of revolvers compelled him to liberate
the prisoner, whom they took
across the border into Maine. Great
excitement prevails. The three men
are said to bo well-known American |
desperadoes.
Miu. M. Sciiaexukroer, Beaver" Dam,
Wis., writes: "Wo have used Dr.
Thomas's Kclectric Oil in our family for |
Coughs, Colds, Croup and Kheumatism. |
It cures every time/' daw
A Coimclontloui Editor.
we aavertiso at preaont ior a iirm
whoso preparations have proven to be
ull they claim in our own family. Wo
refer to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrliioa Itoraedy. Wo stand up
for this medicine because wo have
tested it. This is not an advertiaement
for tho medicine, it is simply our testimony
regarding it after a fair trial.?
]roulzd(tit, (Pa.) Observer. n>tw
TH E'WASHBURN
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.
CTrur a D-r p. \i/ADr\
ij 1 D vv ar\ i tx vvm\L?,
Mill Agents, Bellaire, 0. '
OU26-M WV
CORNICE AND TIN ROOFING.
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE
A!d>?
# TIN + ROOFING
EpcclAl attention .given to all kinds of Shoot
Iron and,Tin Work ou Bulldlugi Alio
Steel aud*'olt Kooilug.
Call and got prlcon before coutraotliiLMU I am
MlEPjutED TO ?JVE BARGAINS
in that lino of work.
B. F=. OHLDWELL,
Jol5 Corner Main and South Street*.
FINANCIAL.
WHEELING TITLE & TRUST CO.
DOE'? A
General BankingBusiness
Ana IMS H HAYIWUS JIftt'AKT.MJi.Vl, J!1 WHICH
50 CENTS and upwards can be deposited,
and intereit will be paid on all savings deposits
of one dollur and upward*.
Hanking Department will be open from 9 a. m.
to ? p. m., and on Saturday* till 8 p. m.
H. M. Russell, President; Lorn f. 8ttfel,
Secretary; S. I. SikgleTOH, Assistant Secrotarr.
sol 9
JgANK OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
CAPITAI $175,000.
Wji. Ism ~ President
Wm. 11 SntrsoK Vlco-Prcsldcnt
DruiU on jui^iuud. lrcmnd. Inuiuc aua ourmany.
DUIKCT0R3:
Vtm. A. Isofc, Mortimer l'ollaek,
J. A. Sillier, Win. 11 Simpson:
K. M. Atkinson. John K. Botsford,
Henry Spcyor, Victor Koaeaburj.
Jacob C. Thomas.
Jal K. 1*. Jiul'oO.V. Cashier.
vnii Bet' 1J 4 vr
CAPITAL _ $200,00.
J. X. Vance, .. l'rcsldont
L. ?. Delavlajs Vlco-Vwaidant
DIRECTORS:
J. 5. Vance. Geo. E. fltUcl.
iM. Brown. Win. EUliwham.
& Delaplaln. A. W. Kelioy.
John Frew.
Drafts leaned on England Ireland. Scotland
and all point* la Euroi*.
' jQilXJ.JOXf^ faster
JOWAJ1T DSTAOIZASZiXI
LINK ojBELTING.
Hi* Best. vtT% Now Iho Cheapest.
?* reduced
,otL=J|LJ!J price li8t
cf <J rlr-j btU & otljar HnocUltlM forJJ?TwX??* Oourtmrr?6
forlnmiliny t.pr roaUrUl la bulkoryofcm.
JLIXK HFXT BNGIVSBBIXO CO., (Nico*
tovu) Pwrr.anpT.i>nT4,tn<1 iQ Dor St, NOT TOOJC.
MAhXWtF
i iimili ' iEBB
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WANTED?A GOOD COLO I! ED
girl for tiOiHpwork. '0 lortlimaHrivL
WANTKD-SITUAXTON AS KOOICKEF.PKH,
or trotild take two or three
mall kU of AMrtw II. C. ADAM.-?,cm?
this office. k<a>
Bicycle fob sale cheap?
A-12-Inch Star. In go od order. A burtcnln.
<an be riddon by man or boy. Address "K,"
Intelligencer office. se'.T
Salesmen wanted immedUtely;
permanost payiUKPodtlnrti for progressive
canvuwi. Don't Way. Write Eu.wanieh
& llakky, ML Hope Nurseries, Kocheater.
K. V. aoV?-Mvur.
ALEOTUKE WILL BE GIVEN BY
Kev. 1). K. Kinks in the Fln?t 1'rcabyterlHU
cntircu on Tuesday evening, eepiemocr suolect:
-Our Land, its Light* and Shadow*." IIlust
rated by stcreopticon. A collection will be
taken for the benefit of Wouu-n's Work for Home
Missions,
Lecture to commenco at 7:90 o'clock. >c28
EVENING SCHOOL.
An excellent opportunity for those who can
not attend the day session* to acquire an educa*
tlon. The work la so urrunged that no one.evcr
so deficient need feel auy embarrassment.
Ladles In attendance. Personal attention.
Call at college office or address (or catalogue
*eg> WHEELING UU5LNEB8 COLLEGE.
J^OGERS BEST PLATED
Knives, Forks anil Spoons.
EWIXG BROS.,
1215 Market Street,
m?29 Oppo?lte McLurc House.
JpOK SALE.
GARDES AM) taUlTFARM C1IEA V,
Containing about SO ucrcs. All kinds of choice
fruit; cocl Improvement*; less than oue tnlle
from Wheeling. For particulars Inunlro of
H. T. HOWELL,
Insurnooo and Real Estate Agent, llrldRoport, 0.
^ i?.
( I ?ARTIST.?
v/ Portrait* for Christina* Presonts.
Studio 2154 Main Streot.
6019
Gr? T0
JNO. FKIEDEL'S
?FOK?
Jolly Grlaaaea
FOB SALE.
Desirable Island Building Lots.
Tboso two cliolco Lots, cornor Florida and
South Front ttreets, adjoining tho rosidonce of
Dr. Edwards?the only corner lota on tho stteet
for sale.
Abo nome of tho choicest lot* in the old Fair
Grounds. An opportunity to socuro somo of tho
best Island property on tho nmrkt:t. Call at '
Mclaughlin a co.,
se28 Comer Twelfth and Water streets.
Ml-kU/ IC TUP TIMF
H V ?V 1 v/ ? l i faw a i HIM
TO SEE OUR NEW
FALL LINES
-OFFINE
CHINA, BRIC-A-BRAC,
Bronzes, etc., ctc.
I lowest an d Choicest Goods on tho Market
X. G. IDILXiOKT dJ CO.
btycholco new pleco* of Silver or ened dally.
MUSIC.
^?
Cnhho?h rinu Mucin
A nupctb book. full *hcot size, heavy poper.
engraved plates. Vor?-comprehensive. tfJ
pieces for pinno or organ.
Choice Sacred Solos.
39 songs for Soprano, Mezzo, Soprano and
Tenor.
Choice Sacred Solos for Low Voloes.
40 songs for Contralto, Baritone and lkuw.
Choice Sacrod Duets.
10 beautiful duets by standard authors.
Song Classics, Vols. I and 2.
Two volumes eueh with about -10 classical
song*, ot arkuowb'dged reputation.
Piano Classics, Vols. 1 and 2.
Two large volumes, full music size, contalning
44 and :u pieces respectively. Only
the best composcra are represented.
Young People's Classics.Vols. I & 2.
Kttch volume contains about 60 picccs of
easy but elective triune.
Any volume, postpaid, Jn paper $1; boards
91 25; Cloth Gilt f?
OLIVER DITSON COMPAHY, Boston.
Ciiicawo: LYON 1IEALY.
New Your: rut la,:
C. H. DITSON A- CO. J. K. D1TSON & 00.
iHt Li?Ji i .* w-iMDLloHrtitHf III
1HE COMTRY."
CLOSE TO HAND.
QUICKLY & EASILY REACHED.
CHPDAUIUf* Calling Cards, WedtSlmAV.itU,
(jjpg invitations and
Ann juncomcnts, Monograms, 8tc.
DRIUTIMP Mercantile and Fino
rnlRIInu, printing of every description.
P.IUMMP Blank Cooks, Magailnoi
DliiUlliUi amj Miscellaneous Books.
stationery aiid 0frce .supplies.
Artists', Dranslitsnjfn's & Engineers' Materials.
FINE FANCY GOODS
1e Leaner, sifter, Breeze, Porcelains, etc.
Mmi nortDQ uivr Pdivot pmfpiil iTTrMTION.
JOS. EICHBAUM & CO.
4S Fifth Avcnnc, PITTSBURGH.
^ Wl?TTb<g
MINNEHAHA
IHLOTJK
IS ALWAYS
TTWTTJ AD Till TXT ATT X T TWV
Uiurunwii! yuMini,
YOU WILL NEVER HAVE BAD
IiREAD FROM
Minnehaha Flour.
NO BETTER FLOUR CAN* HE MADE
FROM WHEAT THAN.
MINNEHAHA !
u. ALUbu:;.
WHEELING FENCES.
WEST VA. WINDOW GUARDS.
WIRE Goons opErrorDrscmrnox.
WORKS, 1707 Koff Street.
an?MThA3 Talophono 147.
T~HE WEEKLY IXTKLLKfENCEU
ia ? bright, npnrklliiK, Instructive family
journal. Jt 1% original lu mrjr ik-pvt went.
clt ?u in ever)* line ftinl ulteU u* It la Intended
to Jutciv?i nml iia|>rore every member oi the
ioailly, whether lu city or cuuutxy.
AMUSEMENTS. 1
OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NiGHT ONLY.? |
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,
Grand Production of IUktlky Campbell's f*.
mous picturesque play,
THE WHITE SLAVE,
Under the management of IL C. Kennedy.
Original^ Cast,
Carload orNew Scenery,
Startling Mechanical Effect
DOS'T FAIL TO SEE TIIE j
RAINSTORM OF REAL WATER!
Positively tho most realistic effect ever pro.
duced on the stage !
Prices. 60c r.ud 75c. Swerved Scats, ft Salo
of scats nt C. A. Honw's music more. Sale com.
roenccs Saturday. September 'JC. h-2j
OPERA HOUSE.
Thnrsday, October 1st,
Ferree & Fehrmann's Co.,
I'?TBODL'CJNG
THE I5M1TAI1LE DIALECT COHEDUS,
MrJaxFetaann
rn Fred Maeder's Cyclone of Fun,
'UNCLE ISAAC.'
"THATS MT ttF.OVI.AR BCSUESK."
Tho representative Hebrew Corned v nr?tn? I
A Great Piny. A Flno Company.
TIIK VKUY DE3T SINGERS, DANCEB8 AND
MUSICAL ARTISTS.
Admission, 75 unci 50c. Reserved soots Si.
Palo of seats commences Tuesday, September
21> at C. A. House'* Mttnle Eton.'. sett
GRAND OPERA HOUSET
O. C. GEKTHKK MANACER.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY. COMMENCING ON
MONDAY EVEMXi;, SEPTEMBER 28,
Tbo Host, Brightest ami Fuuulcst Cotnttly
Ever Written,
The New Muggs' Landing!
Everything new and Improved. Comedians who
make you Inugb, vocuMMs whodelJKht thecnr,
8]>ociulii*t8 which astonish and pleun*. Tlu-fo.
iiwiwFour-iu-Handliuartotte, in selections (ruia
ull the latest opera*.
Prices?Orchestra Chnir*. fiO cents; Drew Circle
3.'centa: Gallery. 2-'* coais. Seats on aalu at Weir's.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
0. C. GENTIIER .....M.vnagek.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Wednesday Evening, Soptember30.
FISllER'S CHEAT MUSICAL COMEDY
A COLD DAY!
OR
THE LAPLANDERS!
Produced by a. cnrcluUy-selected Company ot
Comedians. Vocalists and Dancers, introducing
all the latent New York Succomc*.
A STRONGER COMPANY THAN EVER
Pricoi?Orchestra chain. 50c: dress circle,
8-V; gallery. 25a SenU on hale at Weir's.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
O. C. GENTIIEIC ....Manager.
Three Nights nnil 8aturdny Matinee, Commencing
THURSDAY, OCTOBER I,
W. II. Power's Company in tho Romantic Iri'h
Drama,
THE FAIRIES WELL.
New and Magnificent Scenery, Attractive Music,
Wonderful Mechanical Effects. and a carefully
selecUKl Company of Comedians, Finders and
Dan con.
Prices?Orchestra Chair-). fiOc; Draw Circle85c;
Gnllory. '.'5c. Deserved seat* on >. ?! > at Wolr'y.
WALL PAPER, BORDERS, ETC.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Wall Paper
?AND?
BORDERS.
I will coiamonco receiving my WALL I'APEH
| and BOKDERS to-day for next Spring's trad#,
which I will put on sulo at onco.
BEAUTIFUL GOODS
Cheaper than Ever.
JOSEPH GRAVES,
?14-?nw 26 Twelft hStroet.
GEO. E. KDRNER & CO.
| Telophono 614.
Carries tbo Isrgcflt ami chonpest stock of
WAM. PAPER!
IN THE CITY.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
GLASS. PUTTY.
House and Sign Paintin?
IN" A!.:, IJRANciiks.
Eeglazing Giass and Papsr Hanging
DONE ON SHOUT NOTICE.
3 9 TWELFTH STREET,
Near Market Stroet. 31!
PHOTOGRAPHY.
T. H. Higgins,
Photographer.
SUMMER RESORTS J
MONTEREY HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Occau Ead Now York A rcnna
K?r hot and cold tea water ba:Jn and v
Slacvunf ititoruit iA>uiiurtablo rooow. * *<*
:m table. rIMI
JcB K. K. yK\VC">?l '?_
Till: INTELLIUKNCKtt
? A. CLiLUt A?I> l'JU^UMAW.C I'ArE*

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